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'S A 8 j 8 8 H , Heartbeat of '88 1988 Foothill Aurora KE , me 'uw 1 ,EQ 5 . M , K 1 A if Table of Contents Introduction Seniors Classes Activities Sports Clubs Staff Advertisers P P . 2 . 10 . 34 . 76 . 92 .140 .156 .176 ,H f 1 ? ff r l' 1 if 1 4 ',l , ll' 1 , , , , , , 'P ' C a -1 1 , , fl 5 Y QL ' il' w -- -1 X rw x kj iQ' - N Q or 'f l ' 'I HL ' uv fl ' " 1 - ,wi L Q A' 'll 1' X 4 x 4, I g R , A 'N' X .Q N M11 f i gfsiffff, ,N S71-ff 5' Wolff' L M ,K W' N N' I XI -1 V. - I ' y L' nf n 4. l y 4 1,-Q QA. f gpg 1,1- I'1-- 'vs , ffff - UM' !.f -'J ff ffdlr fx uv o gg .al so 5 AY- 4 'gg 6 o, Wm' M 77 rl-717111 fl 1 ll 'ffl 1 1! 701 1f' EiQi3yf,,J1'Zf1!ff'f' ' f I Y f 4? Y Xfffifffn 0 2717 7 7 7-7 7 if . . Xfl fy,-'fri' ,i-if' f!xf,QLJ4,H4xf,L4!L rwsnnew 'IW Mo mvwom I 'WXNVS QQQ QAQQQ, 1 988 Aurora Foothill Hi h School 501 Park Drive Bakersfielq Ca. Volume 25 From the Heart With apologies to the Constitution: We, the yearbook staft in order to form a reminder of our year, establish this book to ensure your satisfac- tion, provide a history for Foothill High School, promote the spirit and secure the memories of this year for ourselves and our posterity, hereby establish and provide this record of the 1987-88 school year. 2 Fromithe Heart QQ 8 i w M95 . ,HK The people of Foothill High School: unique, fun, spirited, hip, happening, and now! The 1987-88 school year brought friends and good times, activities and wild times, classes and study time, and last, but not least, weekends and party time. To the Sel7fOf5 of Foothill High School - Congratulations and good luck in life! To the Juniors - You're almost there! To the Sophomores - two down, two to go! To the Freshmen - You've only just be- gun! X ,, 5 it ! -' x i M 'fn' ? s. Q :ii X ' V: C54 ' givin xii X 'w"fi Lfglllvgjjlf Hx. g Eromthelieart 1 unexpected! There were I ' school like volle ball and I In VOlVeITl6I7f I s The activities of Foothill High School s unique - from rallies to from the 100 Club to Almost Anything Goes. The happenings of this school are wild and crazy - expect s ways fun and different thing to do at .lunch and after . , c V club activities. marked the Trojans, from sports and clubs to communi- g ty service. If it happened, we were there. - - 4 Feeling Beat s ,131 .li 2. U H .,, 4- 8. ,P ug , I . ig f J . ' Our Art Feel the Club s.... 8 united siesesr T with other f schools and painted a GET T bus for the Christmas Parade. Our drama depart- ment achieved out- standing awards at a 'C ' competition in Utah. The band received awards in competitions also. T The students of FHS always took pride in their school and promoted spirit. Thus, 1987-88 wasamemorable school year. . - .i s1 5 8 . Feel rF?,..- YW, ., . Af fhe center of Foothill High School were the classes, where we learned, met people, caught up on some sleep, and found out what was l happening on the weekend. lt 4 WGS also where we chewed Off Gll of OUf ffI7Q9fI'lC1flS ,t when we knew OUI' home- work wasn't done, and where we would stare srll bfdflkfy at the tests sit- ffng OI? OUf d65kS. ,,l Q s. "How can I possi bly be expected to go to school on C7 day like fhi5?" -James Wheeler, commenting on every day of the year. "lt was fun while it lasted!" - Bryan Pruett "WhGf home- work?" - TffCfC7 Mack ls1':sfg'.,- , s1'f1vl,,1' ig, - f "lt's hard but spll i ,,,, l,,lgg rewarding." - Jennifer Harten- f berger s s i X ff .112-1 f.z,,1gff,,wz,.-'hz Heart of the Campus L,- Qt? 5:1 R ? fa is H, fx , ' gf Q94 A major so part i of school took place off campus. Jobs, parties, shopping l and going out took up our free time. Go- ing to lunch was al ways unpredictable. s Memories like the Hrst lunch in the cafeteria, the Hrst l off-campus lunch at Burger King, having to suffer the humilia- tion of your mom dropping you off: at the movies and your lirst cruise ' down Chester Avenue ri have all brought fun and laughter. These are the memodes of high school thOf last fore ver. i 8v1+Behind theiseat if p ,,g,,1t, 1' -Himg-...ch s if 3-uunqjnlIll"rMS,"Yxs-ey -...Q into ' fffff' . Q f 1 KQV WX lit Il F f 4- yi Whkvii 74 636 553' "" J X xi' 0 SVS! 6 S U d6l7fS Foothill Hlgh School wrll re member not only the classes and long hours of studying but also the time with their friends n weekends and nights of no homework Times frl led wrth laughter and fun made each day of high school more bearable These memo rres have made thrs school year what rt rs and what rt wrll be for , t I W 1' ' E D .sri u u 1 M ' u p of tt,u . t , yguyygslr urygsuryluy 1 y s - , lx Fi9:p+:,Tq KVVVV 1 E Vikr :VV i ,ki, 1 ,, ?:jL,""1'i?7-x x - , 'k"'r is k-V'r :VZ l 'TL Ev: 1 QSM QQ 1 M l I' '-, 'lvlfffff 1 'rlr - 2, 3 , 'ff' f - ' - - , lsrrlfr X- ,pa I '-j" 1 . t I fill . . s go Auryguu u g uuy r u ., I I 1 AW I ,L rrlu 15- ' 5? sruru 1 5 I I sBehlndggthe5Begff uyyt go -L ,:- : im i I ., 1. .111 -I Chad Ackerley Jeff Allen Catherln Adams Lena Alvary Kathy Ameter Marla Arambula Ftnchard Alarcon Elfleda Alelo heartbeat . Determined to make their sensor class un forgettable the 88 senrors got unto the swung of promoting school Splflf early an the fall The sen tors put forth then' best effort and won not only the fnrst rally but also the Homecomrng Flally Not only did they out yell the other three classes but they showed their enthusuasm by decoratlng the halls wlth streamers curling nb bon posters and balloons Many sensors were at school by 7 a m dressmg up the school After the Homecomlng game seniors went to the Dress Your Sunday Best Homecoming dance whlch senlor Richard Flugnao spent much tame and effort coordlnatung Coma Arzabal Steven Ayers Tony Barley Jorge Barajas I 1 1 I ggyy I I - l J 1 I: 1 , My l ,il ,X I , l ls lstr 1 ll 3 K. ., S ii 0 F .. I I iff. -li - In kk Vkyk I kk..- i :i 1. - .. -- I I I ,I . , 1, .3 kk,,: in J . , 1 i V V: i A V-A. g. 1 , i A k .3 I rl .',k I .. . ling. D :E I - QE I is .t, In ..,, 151 .i 1.27 ' if O I I '- 27, kr I ,. i. . K , R7 . :V K' . 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SQJQQUB ' --N ff e Dingngan was Treasurer of ner FreSnnmnannyeQair.le - R,l l l I e :This yeggejewa3 tnellfirst fer Derekwebster and X Kelli Jean Kefslakelifdelebe lle ofethgeg QeQounciel.e Ihe Senior Class brought lmanyifneewlidelas to lli lle l- Foeljmll theiegyear, lilge planning a luau danceeandl llll eyll l ile - arrangmg the Senlggeltrrp l ,fl 3 grki ll l l Eng. f' ' ,"', gin ? g -V fa: - T l A SSW 'W TlEa1Carill5ll LGeorge Cervanles 1 l llll S0f?9?3F0e CQEXQMQS leelll K Penny C-Tlgalelyal l lllell Teresa Castro f tx we lll lell l 5 'i i"fi.- ' , K fl 3 w , i Q 1 1 l Q, H I . Z T I f 'K fy, v' , 3, - . ,Jigs -' , , X ,ff 2- 1, . . w sae ' - -,X ., - 2, , Hi R' . f x fl " ' " K L- 53 G . aj 3 Q 'Q 34 fs N 4 Pi . has Y Q if i " i ix NC' N A LH: i fe W, Jeanette Qhave ze 5 ..,: . .. A ' f 1 -4+ , 5. ' ' X ,,,.F V.: 4 gl ' , 'ax K 3 275 'W' , , ,1 S, . -f r, 5 : A ' ' M le' 5 'S J ,-gf-1 . :Vx ,, , , . - 1! l 5 ' ' ,V 11 k " 1.352 we uf, , 1 A 51,3f,,321,'+ 1 . "-539 , 'hav f - ' , ' ee e1il i i5Cary d e ee 5 Claibofhe T-Feey Christian e .K . , el iff K W, - 4 -nl f" 2 Q Af ff' Jdnn E.olark X k ? m 'Q e John H. Glad? e 51 5' e 'fl ix iq-.ry f. Ae? ' ee 'Tracey Clem ' Eliiabeth Ciemente 14 Senior Cefeess w ee e jg Darren COD? f5nexl,751a5g e Thegpian Derekwebsief e le Q ,,. ' -1, A l u K 'TE MQ A gi- ' x 'V I gr' w wi-1,29 - I wzgmyf u fi . ,, w' My Lg V xX513f,IHI gy!! Brboke Bale Ernesto Centrerasa lf ,.,' fs-r ' 'T-iiii t iilii iiii ' f t - I Q- it iliillt l D t C Paul Contreras t t Nikki Cook Donaid'Coontz iklki i,5QJulee Covington 1 - g g X 4 . ,D n 'T t ' A ' t. --ii -' .4 ig il all iyg '.-': g nook is A www .1122-1 - ir, , i2" 'i:f -1 oC Coyle pg f4yRegina Danley Michael Del Rio heartbeot . . Chances are that you have 'seen Derek 1 I t Foothill Vll' stage many times. involved in the Spotlighters li, f orkall four' syearsat' Foothill, Websters roles have ranged from a Frankenstein-like villain in "Arsenic and Old Lace" to a dashing hero ina't'Othello". Earlier this year he won first place in a mono- logue competition and the,Best1Actor prize at the Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, Utahiflfhe scene also wonyfirst Place, and Derek received a fulisciholarship to souineglgysttuian State CGUSQS- A A itsr D E'ti During his Junior year, Webster playedtlfi!51QillTCile.i1of.rFiiohie ligilgiakersfield Civic Light Opera's productioni'of"A Chorus Qliliriiegii-The reoipientsotnumerous drama awards, Derek also attended a semyitnarstfdrgthe top drama students in the country at the Ashland, Dreggrfgtti-gyShakespeare Festival. iliwionica Diaz ' I - - m Maria Delatogrreggisiq George Denney rtyg y Serena Dmgman Diannaiominguez gt gl tsyg A Adam Dorado K t Class 15 . 'ig X ' My i Ii in lg K arfiiyt Scott Doyle ,W,-,, , ,ity QVQ4 ,,-..,,,,,,,, ,X . , Z Paul Eby Becky Edgemon L7 'Qu --,t SH .mf K RXX ' if-5 aka . ffj 5579! N '-gk. 3' irfw .f K it Q2 ri , waff- 'fyi-z, .W--iffy-::t"...L,g!,.q4"m: - - :SC f- ,,,.r,,T:: Q 3 X...n ,,.. .,,, s. .Xu . iff' 3 f-"r5i:Tf'T.Q3: c.MlGUQ!flQitfjygdlUnd i Ty Elam if S Qi , fi ! at fri' S S .1 l QayrolyntEllsworth av! Timothy Elms S Teresa Eistel 16 Sensor Class Geoff Eubanks William Elizalde r Heiotofr?iEiii ialde --wi ' e Pedro Escribano Can you imagine high schoolgwithi out friends? Friends are an important part of our iivesggQlThey..are there to share the good timesitthat would be 'imiiiossibie with out them, and there rnraugijtime e i hard times when We need them the most. Eric Forsythe, Reggie Johnson and Darren Cobb havefibeen friends through Compton Junior High and it gfour years at'FlilS.2Thelr friendhsip thrives both in and 'out of school, fromydriving off campus to lunch to going out on Saturday night. t i .--i E,1iQ1ggQiyQ-5 at ' Q When asked what their friendshyiplimganggq him, Reggie said, "without my friends, high he unbear- able." - - We will alwaysjriemember our friends after our high school years are glongigionei because they played a key part in 'four of the rnyostfgiiriiefrrjiorable years of ourlives. J J w 1 ' Dfw -g A -4- , ,nn Q. W. -W-"ff ' A MMM- 'Q yiuf Y ,. , ' 1 I l MM 'km I Q Qrrsck fgrley J X , Jay Fdfiythe, EiiE2iii5Gmp,e4,i H5fgen Cpigkgand Reggie Johnson were Kargh' fast friends. I ' LL1', gi ,gg Farmer Kevin F'0fQS K , ZV, K .k:g,V g V. l Darre hl ?F21rquhi5it , 5 Feemster 4 i 5 2 X Jasoh Forsyihe I l Y Cyn?-hia FostGl? ? I Fgijz Jeff Gaihes 17 in nuns K CarlosGarcia yyty Carel Garcia Charles Garcia Maria Garcia ' 9? J fl .ga 3? 'iii -New if G- f Q-fi"'i'5 . yigi- i ft' sig! -if -eiflf ie i V ' we "rf "lqv'lW ii? ,1+ ll,ef? ,ff is ' 5 in in 2 Michelle Garland Henry Garza ii' l Ramon Garza Priscilla Gil Jacqueline Garza G Jannette Garza heartbeat . . Five seniors have played cgirls club soccerffor most of their years at3Foothill High. Lisa Puget, Pam Jacobson, Lori Hawkins, Kami Medows, and Jennifer Hartenberger all currently play on the East Hills United soccer team and have played forthe lastfthree years. Players on,East Hilfsicorne from North, East, and Highland highschools. East Hills United travels over the West coast to play teams in places such as Sian Diego and Los Angeles, The team practices year 'round so they can become one of the respected teamslinl Bakersfield and compete in class A competi- i gtion. The coach is Mike McCardle,1and teamcaptainis are Lisa Puget and Pam Jacobsorlg' 3?-it Earl Glinton TiarciGomez i Fidel Gonzalez Gilbert Gonzalez, 18 Senior Glass x fm , in I '12 - f - 1 ,11s1g,g11'1f 1f1'1fsi1f2i'f1 1111111 1' ' I-'SH 11 ff- 111111 141 11111sf,11'f ff 1 1111 - 1 1:1 -f-:M 111111111- - f 1 1 f ,,,f 111111 f--1115111 111111-H 11111. '11, f 17531 1 2.11 1 s f a 11 1, 11114 111125, ff L . ' s Kfhren GiiSeH 1 ' 'sw 1: ' 5 , S 1 1 V I P FNikiii Gfhnt fig 11a is -, :G 1 : . 1 1 f- K t 3 5 - 5 - 3 11, N 'as ...J f 1 W Jenhifg-r Haftenbqgger, Ham:ns,1,11i?am'ii5k:ob5i5ri, LisT5mPug6t andfmkami Meadow WSIS H QIQSS sggcer' 1-113i3iEV6if6 if 1 '1-' 'T55' L " 1 7 1 111," 1111 1 ,111 .- 11 '-1'1 L 75' L 15 1 mac 1 5 ' - 11111 1 1 ',,111 515111 ff? 7f57 h 'H' "" 1 ' 1 11111.11 - 1 mi" F? ,153 7 X TV . 1 3 4 WM, I 7? X11 11 -f ' ' 1l 5 1 ' 1 1 s 1-9 Q 5, ' Biii' 1 2' 11111 7 15. H 515 2? ", W Axv' Tw Lfizfgf 1 ff 5 gf 3 " "" 5 1111 1 411111, . 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Ein 1 Aaron Hoofard Pameiailacobson - .iahu A Larry Hugues A Dougiass Hulseye George James oiieiriidiichelleeigjarnes Reginald Johnson il fffijanny Jackson Alice Jimenez William JQHHSOH Jamesilones Anita Christophe Juiian Kareniliifaempfer Kari Kaiser Senior Class l i Kennedy Kelli Kerslake l I .0- .r-759 in Lesngfgxeiten Mark King 9.5 A ,m" K,'1-. . , ' V, ,gli i ' ' ' Excliainge Studenislilfiiiickl Pedrofggiribano, Thilo Kliefoth, Mikko Van K'mm?3 hala, Ronald Said and ffrontl Kariiiriqlisell, Bjorn Moller, Jana Filmer. in K i K lll, ,N 'B' nn n 1- ' K2 fi im K' '. -'J I ' 'W I V ex V ,, V'9 2.7 W A , 1. 511 K5 fi 5 , ix :-. .1 Y i .K i ,K K -if 2 i Raylene King Thilo Kliefotli James,Kline e ffgityn- 1 ,lm I i i K K f 'A-Pi?ile?f?Qf' , L w NI? ' -if ifQff4i"1f ' 'Q ' ii ' A f 3145- K 1 i K' if Eric Kum el f'Teresa Ldrnbert Christine Lan ston Tro Larsen? e Senior Class "Mug, Daxjiel3 LQ sif6r ffSievenffL2iurfj efl f New fr1ends from faraway places gnIj ghfcen ed students of Foothili High. EXch ari ge fstti dent5iJglpq l FiImer an d Thilo Kliefoth fro m 1Germ21nj?5 Milgko Nfanhaia from Finland,af Pedro ' EsCriE5atio ffrdm Spain, Karin Glisell and Bjorn Mo!l er from Swtifdfin, ahd Rona ld Said from Boliva spent the 'year in America af FQo'ghilI an d made unique a dditior1s to the class of'88. ,. . ,gf , F , ' fwfif! - f J'f9-fiifif' 11!,f,f 'ffsafl-993559 l 2 fifaq1m 1s Mq 1er3de g l 'af ' ' ' Marth 2 Iiedh Fehcia,,Lawson + we LuiS lxievarios jGQQrgiQpa 1.iga ma ,f ' f-MMF-f""'d of aniez fLuna ' , f,f,Q 5 , dw Q 1 1, Hi Vi, , w w ww n-:zu ww. Mm -' Wfwzf , . f- A - , 5 , A A W xv, I X A EQ f f , w 'ff i Q. X M QA Q as , .PaUIMa r1tey l E Sgn n9r Class 23 5 5 ......l Barbara lvlaroum Jam Marlclch Lupita Martinez Benny McKay Mlshell McQueen 24 Sensor Class heaffbea Arlene Marroquln Jose Martlnez Pamela Matherly Melissa Mays t . What makes the :deal senior? Take this simple qulz and fund out lf you have what It takes to be one Choose the best answer and then add up your polnts at the end Your favorlte thang about school IS Lunch and Frlday at 2 40 Dodging Mr Robinson s golfcart All of the fun and ex oltlng books that you get Your favorrte place to go to lunch IS Away The Llbrary Deflnltely the school cafeterla The first thmg you do when you get home IS Plg Out Your homework Read your math book because It s lnterestln Your frrst reaction to a fog delay as You jump back unto bed for two more hours of sleep Darn l was so exerted about school today Go to school anyways just to be near lt Your favorite thing to do on weekends as Go out wlth your friends Play wlth your pet goldfish Hut the rollerskatlng actlon with Mom and Dad Your favonte thang about vacauon ns NO SCHOOUH Dolng all of the extra homework Counting the days untll school starts agaln SCORING Gave yourself 3 pomts for every A 2 pomts for every B and 1 pomt for every C 16 18 Congratulatuonsl You are an :deal senrorl 11 15 Maybe you should try bemg a sophomore or rumor 6 10 Looks like you re freshman maternal lla rsn r r A ' 'n rrtsssr lttyy 1 11tl , Ly I L' V -kkgr V ..,, I L, V s 1 tr r L we rrt r t L ytty 1 A s L 1, r r y r y h, L ,L .kyyg Viyy V AVLV V V VV V 1 L l.,, gyf. 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With the drill team'slhalf-time dances during football season and dance routines at the rallies, the team has kept busy all year. l The drill team has three members an its squad who have served since their sophomore yearl Senilors Kaylene Beasly, -Kimberly My- rick,-and Leanne Wilson will graduate with the class of '88.l i Q fm ' ' , 57: , f 5 'i 1 lll R I to W? lla i 'l ii- as r it E R l f Ca riySelrgeant yili s 1lVlarklSetser Daniel Settlemire 5 1 V- 5 , , K K K Teresa Sheehanf Wi? 1 Q K ' I C ' ' IU! -'H-PM Maris Simons Gia Smnth OdeiI Smith KaylaneBeasleyggLekgnne1Wil5on, gndifiiq3iierQ 5l'I'3Ci on the F.H.S. Driil Team. - AAi' ' L1i'- 111' 1. Ag! B gfuc i3S pa1'k3 Antonio Spencer Agice Sfergillf flM lch ael5 Su pefneaq X +4 Senior Clajss ii: xi, .ps Q ,,,. Q h 5 2 I o f' Q ,uf ,',4.:'r 'V nf' r Tefriilds -TFrancescavTinoco to fly , o r O oor o o h or r Therspiritoof fhe' se5 son Qhoistorand goblins was renewedfby-FHS seniors this year! Thei Q88 Seniors game together ronwthis 31st of October to show therir crQativity through Costumes ranging from David Meeklas ,a o gav4emo an,too,GiinavRenoonasr 5 19209 'f'3F5D5f- Kaf9'T K3?fT1DfQf QDCU-Qfi HHWK1 ins dressed las fiitfloe oidhladies i and Trey Martin beg Qame 3 "1g1eautifuF? or Foofhillfcheerlehder for a day, Other seniors pargrdefd togetheraffanrdstrolled The ,.-f i or Alonzo oro K , .-:,i- wi: .--,'. ff' r"-:1 T ' K - , gif. K fr, "Y"' EM K ME, My My ,iq - if Mikkorvanhafani' j Derek Valgnqsa .4 , s ,, kr 3,1 W 3 Y o :ix rp orro ,Erik Vallesf f or rrr Bobby' Vdn Boening 5 I f Charley yan Hooger r lMa rlafVanSchuyverf o hh r r r Sena-nanvoughnh il.. f, ,W 11.5 21 "ig: 30 So n1or Qlgsslg r o ,, rw I 2, fin Vi H V' I i. , VV X I I X N Z Cmdy Vega Mary Vgrnon Tuna Vogel Kern Wagner The ciass of 88 had some HaIloween horrors! James Wheeler , My V' .vw lg? Jenmfer Whxte Michag-l Whute ualan Wllluams Rache! Willoughby -X - fi, 3g T ,E , ' ,, ,,1,z:-,,.f,,g. f - . -5- fx . 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S Pei? iriff -A Q E 5 ,1 - ---- 5 ,3.,L:.,f -Yf,' 2 1 E Q-W, -z -sei .:f'-QW l t K L Q 3 ship and Foothill's championshi year, led the squads as and Junior Coach's found time to at the R.M. privileged country runner, P d ndin r Richard Herrera contributing school leader mem- as a class rep- uring his first three elected president of a senior. Richard's him forthe Califor- Federation, and he Gold Seal Bearer for HS 8 FSSTEU- WOFKSI' dill'- RlCl'l3I'd also Outstandl Boi- was a transfer from drama the Marching and year. her stage roles and Old Lace" "Best 1 987 3CadEl'l'llC Sea Federation. She as a senior and Kathy was a member of teams and served on ASB Commissioner o the DAR Good in Science and Outstanding Seniors Roger Acosta Arturo Aguilar Aguirre Allison Leticia ALarcon Elizabeth Alejo it I Roberto Alvear Arron Apperson Lead On! Junior Class Officers elections were held in May of '87 and resulted in two run-offs, one between Joe Cooper and Tasha Jones for President, the other be- tween Alicia Espericueta and. Lisa Sandoval for Vice President. The results were Joe Cooper as Presi- dent, Alicia Espericueta, Vice President, Sondra Stamboolian, Secretary, and Belinda Martinez, Trea- surer. Their first responsibility was the Junior Class Dance. "lt was a great hit," said Vice President Alicia Espericueta. "We raised over S992 and profited about 5730, which I think was due to the tropical drinks we served." Next was the Junior Class magazine sale, held September 22 through the 29th. The class raised about 32000, but the sale didn't seem to be very suc- cessful, according to both President Cooper and Vice President Espericueta. "lt wasn't much of a success because the stu- dents didn't put much into it," said Cooper. Vice President Alicia Espericueta added, "l think it had to do with the magazine sale coming with the Fair." 34 Junior Class Secretary Sondra Stamboolian, Treasurer Belinda Martinez, Vice President Alicia Espercueta and President Joe Cooper led the Class of '89, Joseph Arvizu Miguel Avalos Tracy Baca Bailey Tammy Bailey Gloria Banegas Heather Barnett 'egypt 'K S , Jenifer Barnett Barraza tx Y .C is Mario Barron Ana Beadle Felicia Benavente Michael Berry X - Aflrleffe Diana Bozarth Kevin Bozarth Q . Kevin Blakemore Cervantes Cham bers Angela Chavez Steven Christy Sergio Cisneros Annette Brown William Byrd Campos Troy Cherie Carr Angel Castro Cecil Junior Class 35 What's the secret of your beauty? f Latonya Clark 5 Gabriele Coontz 'F an Q ef Z. f r 2 Ayanna Shelley Cobb I f 5 f 4 A . ,.... A - W ,jf ,, .-eyryii yn . , .,:.NfQ7r f Brandon David Contreras Joseph Jenny Cooper Coronado ,gn Maribel Coronel Gregory Daisa Geoffrey Amy Crain Cress Shawntel Deanna Danati Deck N.. . u MM .W,,.e' ,f E 1 Alicia Espericueta shows her beauty. Katherine Victor Michael Candance Denvir Devilbiss Michael Jennifer Jeffrey Linda Dimario Doll Downs Duford fa" ii, I Wanona Hollie Vincent Cassie Dugan Duval Edmondson Elliott 36 Junior Class A Darby Alicia "lt's my soft Ivory skin." - Alicia Espericueta "lt's my clean, close shave." Gina Angela Henry - John Gillef Elizabeth Christopher Etchebarne Felix Brenda Fisher Fontana Franco Fritz "l'm just darn 'FRESH."' - Art Gonzales "One-a-Day plus Iron." - Joshua Williamson "l'll tell you when I think l have one." - Kim Sousa "Always smile. Frowning makes a person ugly, but can't hurt." Terri Annette Eric - Tamar Baptist Frost Fuentez Fulmer Tonya Gallemore -new Jason Elena Jose Josette Lisa I Gandola Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia .. ti t W. Si V, n ' wk X was N5 Rodolfo Arnold Kimberly David Brian Devon John Gardea Garza Garza Gates Gerber Gholar Gillett Todd Rocky Isaac Rebecca Gillies Goff Gomez Gonzales Junior Class 37 Tamara Arthur Jaime Gonzales Gonzalez Gonzale :St . Vox Juan Marianela Gonzalez Gonzalez Goodwin New Julie Robert Jesus Goodwin Goodwin Granados "I was Snow White in my dream and a wicked witch was trying to eat me." - Ana Beadle "I had a dream that our foot- ball team Iost five straight games in a row. I wish it were only a dream!" - Joe Cooper I "I was in my bathroom clean- Shawma O ' o ing the toilet with my brother. Grissom We were almost finished when I flushed the toilet and my little brother got sucked down the pipes call- ing for help!" - Mike Dimario "My dream was during a wind storm. I dreamed I was on the ocean in a boat and I couldn't get off. Somebody was chasing me with a bloody butcher knife. I screamed because I was scared, then woke up." - Alicia Espericueta "I saw a man in a dark, black jacket with a hood over his head. His face was covered so I couldn't tell who it was. He was standing in my yard calling me outside. So when I went I started to chase him. When I finally caught up to him, I saw that it was me." - Artie Gonzalez "All my stuffed animals came to life during the night, jumped onto my bed, and tried to smother me to death with their soft fuzzy fur." - Shannon Rogers 38 Junior Class Junior Mike DiMario almost lost his little brother .f .. . TLD' 1 gs- i - 'ttt, 2 Nag Q .:,,, I W K Larie Cathleen Kevin Steve Grant Gravatt Green Green I Tina Theresa Dennis Melinda Rob Griggs Grissom Grove Guiltner Gu on Your most bizarre dream ? ,I V Janell Tammy Leana W Sean Davina Gilbert Ruby Hernandez Hernandez Guzman Hake Hall Hendrix Tammy Stacy Nick Linda Selinda Wendy Regina Hall Hatch Heintz Hernandez Herrera Hicks Hilbish fr' mn s 'CT' I K M ' ffl? W .pf ? 2 , fg -elf 1 2 1 ! 1 K ', f I Ken Sl'l3f'lhOf1 Lisa Melissa Hillman Holman HOIY Jafa Kim qw, Hubbard Judd Dena BI HUddl6Sl0n 8 Klllmah Kimberly Jay Nicholas Michael Huynh Ivie Jackson Larson Charles Charles 'an Juli LaRay Kinder fu' Tammy Lee Rupinder Kristin Joslin Melvin iw' V ROUGH Kline L8l'S8fl Inga Molly Legorreta Leisten Junior Class 39 We all have our excuses, some ordinaryg some really creative. Some classic GX C US 25 '89: from the Class of i "It's so easy when you have braces. You just say, 'I had an orthodontist appointment' " 3 - Cherie Carr "I was in my counselor's office, Mom." f - Leanna Hall "I found a sale." ,ssa cccc I I - Trica Hullet l 55' I ' ' "l'm a blonde. I forget." - Kristin Matheny "I could not seem to remove myself from a g a ' horizontal position." - Stacey Peddy M r "My daddy said I shouldn't." ' I s.s. - Hollle DuVal -sit, YHEEQQ I "I have a memory lapse, one part of my brain doesn't work." iI I .. N I We IQ31 - Belinda Martinez Cherie Carr shows up late at the attendance office with her excuse. Michelle Lewis Kennith Julia M Alicia aria Alicia Leonard Jean-Pierre Lozano Madrid Maritorena Angela Christine William April Belinda Bobby Mark Valerie Martin Martin Martin Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Mason " X H if 'MII W 1 5 Y-rs is ,,5If...? i K as at agxx - Kristin Brian JoAnna Michael Charlotte Michael David Christian Matheny McCarthy McClellan McCoy McCuan McCullar McGuire McKee9an 40 Junior Class Tracy McNat qw 0 f y a, I ff' Il' 0- ni 2 ff 2? iff Rayna Armando M603 Meza Scott Michelle Miller Minor LE Aldora Sarah Mondragon Montalvo Jeff Miller Audrey Mitchell Christina Eber Matthew Moreno Neil Nelson Kevin Kim Stacey Newlen Newsom Newton Marc Oberholzer Ochoa Olive nw- Krista Oneal Ignacio Montes x 1 Raymond Angelica X Bryan Oneal Orozco Osborne l Michelle Overdevest Gabriel Jason Moore Moore , , Zarita Laura Owens Padula J ii'i - Jeanette Scott K Jorge Moore Moore Morales Junior Class 41 Alicia Cynthia Frances Payan Payne Payton Peddy I W2 ,ala M1 , 'Q 0 Z fi rw Ji Tracy Stephen Simona Peet Pennel Perez Perez , ,h, . ' . f ,, f if . 'I 4 af' I ' X f' , ' f , 1, fl i li I 42' V 'gk L' V sf ' I ., ff ' . ,,,,, Kevin Lisa Teresa Leslie Perkins Pefef Pete Alvaro Jesus Juan Beverly Pineda Pineda Pinon Postgate "I reversed into some trash cans when I thought I was in drive. The back of our car got scratched, but my parents nev- er found out." - Sabrina Garcia "My brother and I used my dad's American Express card to make reservations at a luxury hotel in New York City. We nev- er showed up." - Eduardo Barron "I was pulled over by a cop. He is a friend of the family, and he noticed that I wasn't wearing my glasses. He just warned me not to do it again." - Kate Delanuy "I dropped my baby sister when she was about five or six months old." - Ayanna Cobb 42 Junior Class S, il, 3 . i W ' , r Sabrina Garcia inspects damage to the car. Cynthia Janice Elizabeth Powell Powell Pratt Timothy Belen Pritchett Pruett Ramirez Pau Reyna Domingo Martin Ramirez Ramirez Ramos Ramos .W .,.. Ramos Rankin Ratliff Rhoads Melnssa Rosa Jena Lon Leonard Harmandeep Rios Rnzo Robancbo Rodriguez Saldana Sandhu Salvador Matthew George Amanda Rulz 6? Eric Sadler if Jeffrey Shawn Julie Melinda Sivils Slider Brian Robert Smith Smith Smith Smith Scott Lisa Jeannie Gene Smith Solis Sorg Soto ,V I, .Xb w 'K L Kim Lorraine Sondra Lorene Sousa Spencer Stamboolian Starks Elizabeth Etchebarne: "What do I like best about school? That is easy. Not much!" Michelle Minor: "I like visiting with my friends at lunch time. But I especialy like it when we get to go home!" Jeanine Wathern: "I like school cos they learnt me to read and right!" Dennis Grove: "I like school best when I am not there!" Mark Ortiz: "I like school best, going homel" Ftayna Mena: "I like school best on weekends. It is much more peaceful." Tammy Lee: "I like school best when the bell sings at 2:40." Wendy Hicks:"l like school best on Friday. That is when the weekend be- ginsf' Tasha Jones: "I like school best sleeping!" Tonya Gallemorez "I like school best on Monday, because you get drug out of bed at 6:00 A.M. from a peaceful sleepf' Pam Allison: "I like school best when it is a fog delay and we get to sleep in." 44 Junior Class Aprile Sarah Stevens St. Clair Eugina SUGGKS SUfl0l"l SW3I"ISOl'l L Kevin Danielle Travis Tait T Torres i,,..,,.-.1 Michael Isabel Towery Trejo Valenzuela 'aug' John Frances David Vantassel Varela Dora Velasquez Veleta Veliz Villa Villali What do you like best about school? tfmw Kathryn David Paula Wellborn Wendt West West 1 I Q Q 1 Tasha Jones enjoys school best sleeping I y -sss ZZI 5 ,QM Rattus Michelle Kimbrilee Jeanine Walker Warner Wathern Robert Stacy Donovan Watts Webb Webster Suewilla Anthony Timi Joshua Wiley Williams Williams Williamson 1 I j Kevin Ronald Rachel Laura Wood Wood Woodworth Young Robert Teresa Raul Zaragoza Zaragoza Zubia Zuniga Junior Class 45 fm 'GS' Sophomore Class Officers: Secretary Suzanne Gibson, Treasurer Jacob Cadena, President Vicki Garland, and Vice President Diego Ruiz. I W Jim Richard Paul Absher Adams X Kristie -A ,, . Tina Ricky Alonso Maria Julie Robert Ana Cary Alvarado Andrews Anglin Apresa Arzabal Atkinson 1 1 Z Ruben Tony Jonathan Matt Serena Baker Baker Baker Susana Mark Luis Wyatt Sheila Barajas Barnetl Beadle Behm Beyiard Augustine Banda i, W J .eff Daren Blanton Mafla Tafflaf BSDUBIOS Pelel' Af'lf0l'1lO B032 BOSChll'll 46 Sophomore Class Sophomore Class Officers were President Vicki Garland, Vice President Diego Ruiz, Secretary Suz- anne Gibson, and Treasurer Jacob Cadena. All of them were new to their office except Diego Ruiz, who was Vice President his freshman year. Their first job was to put on the Sophomore Dance, held on October 30. 1, ,M j A Melissa Shannon Carrie Brandon Alma Brownen Bryant Bulman Burnett Cabral Jonathon Thomas Roberto Bonifacio Caetano Cain Calvillo Camarillo I I Maria Christopher Olivia Jon Castaneda Castro Castro Castro Celentano I Sausha Jeanna Stephanie Magdalena Chaney Chavez Childs Christian Cisneros Gail Box Brammer Jason Lillian Breazeale Brewer Noro Tracy Bribiesca Brock Jacob Cadena Vicente Johnathan Cardenas Cartier Sophomore Class 47 Mariana Jason Cisneros Clark xx Ruth im Clemen e Coffey I Abi Jonathan Darrin Coleman Coontz 3' 3 7 45? Mi: -1 -- 5 x 1 Stephanie Jason Clark Amber Paul Colburn Colburn fm, Cornejo Cox Kevin Eubanks dw cran i Jessica Juan Cruz Davis Davis i W, Y Javier Walbeno Rebecca Kristina Tina Deleon Diaz 48 Sophomore Class DiMario Dimolfetto Dods Carrie Duarte Dunning James Clara Day Delatorre IVIGUIIDU I GLC! Dominguez Drew Kevin Eubanks plays guitar along with keyboards for his band, "X's and O's." He en- joys heavy metal music and hopes to be suc- cessful in this field. Besides his musical interests, Kevin en- joys throwing the discus for the FHS track team and also participates in soccer and junior varsity cross country. QM W wr .Nw ,Q .rv JW Myra John Ramon Christina Lisa ' Erdman Erickson Duval Easterwood Christopher Anthony Edna Jenni Johnny Julie Elizalde Ellsworth Glenna Keith Jerry Ennis Epperson Erassarret Gandarilla Estright Eubanks Felix Felix Tim Crystal Forrister Foss Franklin Darren Frost Galvan Irene Marla Gann Garcia Garcia Garcia Sophomore Class 49 an 1 we I A, f fm. , i My Micaela Millie Samantha Rob Vicki Kimberly Alicia Garcia Garcia Garcia Gardner Garland Garlock Garza .. gg f l ri W' I RTT' it 7,,, Q y 4 , ,rra Phillip Robert Wade " Garza Garza Gavin Gilberto Gustavo Gomez Gomez John Jose Gonzalez Gonzalez Aaron Suzanne Corina Gerber Gibson Gomez GOFIZBIBS Tanya Thomas Tina Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Mlrella Kenya Gonzalez Gooden gf' Randi Jimmy . . .' " 1,4 V Goodwin Gregory Gregg' John Paul Jamie Donna Gregory Gregory Grissom Guerra 50 Sophomore Class Receiving a driver's license is a highlight in the life of a sophomore, but while many are still practicing their driving talents in the family sta- tion wagon, Keith Knight is cruising around town in his white 1983 Nis- san truck. Keith received his truck for his sixteenth birthday in August of '87. "lt's great because my mom and dad are no longer my taxi cab drivers," said a smiling Knight. He takes his friends out to lunch during school. On the weekends, they all go out. When asked about the advantage of having his own wheels, Knight answered, "I get more girls." hz ,f Sn, - We-N, .J fn K Eduardo Lori Luis Tony Waylan Gutierrez Gutierrez Gutierrez Guzman Hall Kni ht A Vikki Kimberly Darius Gordy Alexander O n t e Harmon Haron Harris Harris Haulman Raychell Terri Vance Claudia David H8WklI'1S Hazelwood Helfltl H8fh8I'ld8Z Hefhahdel town ai. Javier Veronica Aaron Stacy Hernandez Hernandez Hicks Hill Hodges mum i Crystal John Holford Holt Devin Chris Hood Hoofard Lisa Hilda Hooks Huizar Keith Knight and his Nissan truck. Sophomore Class 51 Jason Christina Robert Ibarra at Michael Pamela Tuajuana Arthur Jackson James James Jaramillo .fl f li gf i 1 jf wg in if rw Q, QW Mary Michelle Sean Janet Jensen ett Johnson John Janet Charles V Mike Johnson Jr. Johnston Jones Jones Arthur Michelle Joven Juarez 14112.35 fi Q53 'Mat I I Barbara Medina plays volleyball full time. "Volleyball is my favorite sport," said sopho- more Barbara Medina. 4 As a hobby, Barbara plays in local business- sponsored tournaments on the weekends. She has been playing volleyball for four years now and is on Foothill's junior varsity team. Barbara started playing in tournaments when some of her relatives decided to make a team. They have taken two first places, four second places, and numerous thirds. Barbara finds playing competitively challenging and a great way to have fun on weekends. ill Crystal Sam Julian Kelly Chanthala Kristen Jerry Khongkham King King Knight 52 Sophomore Class Mad about V-ball .nn Chris V Lisa Julie Lee Lee Lemons Lamar LHWSOFI WH' 2 -an ,, 'iw , ,i,,,, V Ruby Keri Lazaro Ledbetter Thomas Mark Lizama Lonsinger John Jose Lopez Lopez Lopez Brandy Alma Love Luma Ben Denise hr- Cheryl Madson Maiden Maid Patricia Tina Penne Madrid Madsen VM Kala do Marchman Brenda Marshall Norma Martin Martin Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Marquez Sophomore Class 53 Matherly Danna Clayton McCombs Jose Mata Shawn McDougal Angelia Amy McGee Christopher Charles Barbara Medina Mackie Michael Rock Beat Sophomore Chris Martin has been com- posing music sincejunior high. He also has put his talent to use by forming a contemporary Christian rock band, "Titus". He and a High- land High friend, Daniel Davis, were sitting at CarI's Jr. one day last year when Chris hit on the idea of forming the band. Daniel agreed, and soon they added Foothill senior Daniel Lassiter. Titus performs at Canyon Hills Assembly of God Church. Some of Chris' original songs are "Look To You" and "Holding On." Chris sees music as a career after graduation. Ronald Floyd Metzner rv gi' 0' K-A Paul Meyer Fredrick Monslbals 54 Sophomore Class Isaac Monsibals Jason Moore Gilbert Morales Lisa Moreno Lorie Moore Matthew Moore Moss Gloria Muniz Juan ony Adam Navarrette Diana Navarrette Frank Nelson Gloria Robin Newsom f "W , 1, Nathan Olds Ginger Oliver William Oliver Javier Pacheco Cynthia Padilla Stacy O'NeaI Eliseo Orozco I I f laadilla Chris Martin at the Keyboard ew , Kacy Parker Margarita Payan Eddie Perez Jaime Perez Perez Kevin Perry Pefefs Bflafi Pfafl f Sophomore Class 55 "You can look down on the Freshmen!" - Penne Madsen "I like being a Sophomore because it's almost like What's the best thing about being Sophomore? being an upper classmanf' - Latondra Viewins "There are no more pennies or trashcansf' - Staci Craft "You no longer feel inferior as you did when you were a Freshmen." - Sheri Ramsey 'Q s Q. Fredrick Tammie Pruett Pruett Maribel Ama Quezada Quintero W' if f f "' iz 1, L in ' ze yi ' ff" H M Dawn Jason Rains Ramak Stan Quiroz Devin Rambo "The older I get the more I get to go out. I just have more freedom!" - Jackie Gregory "The best thing about being a sophomore is that your parents think of you as a better person . . . and think you're advancing in your youthful life!" - Tina Martin Scott Pursel .1 A Ira Kimberly Maria Christina Tyler Reed Reinhardt Flenteria Ramirez Gabino Leticia Miguel Rosaelva Agustin Jesse Mia Ramirez Ramirez Ramirez Ramirez Reyes f--' g it 6 Z lg' fi X Rolando Sheri Raymond Jason Leah Richard Tomika Ramos Ramsey Rangel Rankin Reynolds Rich Richardson 56 Sophomore Class S ,,,, 4 S f A N. ff' 25 W Z 3 5 L ' 4 :fi f Sophomores Penne Madsen and Sheri Ramsey havem looking dowmn freshmen Ab Salazar Jennifer Barley and Sabrina Neri. - Flosiles Betty Salinas Ernst Sanchez Sanchez Schroeder Seaton Shown Shumaker Sldes Silva Whats your curfew and what happens JOGZZGHE Ho SIITIFHOIWS DB Simon if you miss it ? Tammi Maria Sosa Soto Mike Stevens Strickland Subia Dewayne Randy Marcus Tracy Tinoco Tran James Amado Valencia Valencia Francisco David LEYICB Bias Trevino Turner Kenzi Smith Smith Steve Soules Stamper Trina Joshua Tenison Thomas Jackie Turner Turney "10:3O, if not I get grounded." - Cynthia Padilla "My curfew is 12:00 a.m., and if I miss it I have to come in a hour earlier next time." - Brandy Love "11:0O p.m. is my curfew. If I don't get home by that time, I'm told not to be late again." - Yvonne Cornejo "I don't have a curfew, I don't go anywhere." - Tonya Gonzales VHVQHS Velasquez VSHSQSS "1:O0 a.m. They give me a guilt trip and restrict my driving." 58 Sophomore Class - Tiffany Harris Kimberly Wilson Windes Winter Wise l David Kim Leah Walker Wehunt April Pamala Matt Woodworth Wooster Shelly Michelle Ronald Wehunl Wertz White Suhnna Kristen W f V MM Aundria Katrina Wilcox Wilie is L, 1,5 Aw- Q2 ' 'V ,, vs Mary Eugenio Elilaabeth ' 'f ' Zamora Zaragoza Zell Zucco Latondra Viewins - r so We "lf I miss my curfew my mom will make me cut my hair!" - Chris Scott Sophomore Class 59 Nathaniel Kevin Johnny Robert Miguel Randy Adamson Adcock Alarcon Aldaco Roberl Melinda Mandy Carl Charles Margarita Anderson Andrews Antunez Loni Pedro Luis Guadalupe Neil Arnold Arredondo Arreola Arzabal Aultman Austin Angelica Charlie Alvarez Amos qc- Jose Maria Arambula Archuleta Gayla Ayala Baca Jennifer Amanda Jennifer Adam Chonda Erin Barber Barcena Barker K w 'Y , up , , ' Vi' K .C 1? 5 s My ...V 7 ' we if f fr? J A 2 f ,, l. ' J jf gd' ' 4",,l J ' wi .iw Freshmen Class Officers - Treasurer Candice Castroverde President Adam Setser and Vice President Paul Sherman. Not Pictured Secrefary Angela Oliva- 60 Freshman Class rez Frosh leaders The 1987 Freshman Class officers were President Adam Setser, Vice President Paul Sherman, Secretary Angela Oli- varez, and Treasurer Candice Castroverde. There were two run-offs for president. it was the first time anyone could re- member two run-offs being held for any office. The new officers arranged the Freshman Dance. "The dance was a success even though it was on Friday the 13th," commented President Adam Setser. 3 Patrick Stephan Daniel Michael Boles Boschini Bowen Victor Maria Amy Barraza Barrientos Barron John Tammy Beard Randall Tim Cindy Behill Behm Benton Timothy Lorri Laura Brewer Brown Brown Brown ... Paula Alisa Cherrine Marie Stephanie Mary Brandy Brown Bryan Bryson Buen Bilyeu Blagg Blevins Freshman Class 61 David Scott Burton It Kelly Cable Elisa Cantu Natalie Amy Burlock Carmona W lf f X 2 ggl I c ,, 9 0 5 " I 2, ' ff 'me 4 U., 1 sl vig. Trevin Michelle Maria Butler Buxton Carrera Bernice James Cindy Caldera Camerlo Castaneda 5 ' ' Canchola Claudio April Carbajal Cardenas 62 Freshman Class ,E K Dustin Danny Carmona Carmona ,M-.-1 Billy Adrianne Becky Carroll Carson Casarez Irene Sergio Candice Castaneda Castillo Castroverde "When I was in Algebra X, and I changed desks. My desk fell and everyone yelled 'FFIESHMANIIH' - Chonda Barcena "I hit my head on the locker door." - Heather Collins Salvador "I dropped my milk in the lunch room." - Robert Venegas "I fell in a mud puddle in P.E." - Erwin Clemente "I tripped in the hallway." - Frankie Zavaleta "Just being a freshman." - Rochelle McGill gud' .f 5 ,U I , , ' I V ' , E 1 What was your most embarrassing moment? Enrique Luoe Cindy Cervantes Cervantes Chavez ' A X Gerardo Angelina Erwin - Chavez Claggett Clemente Freshman Gregory Teague stumbled into the wrong English class. .V-1 I Lori Brandon Heather Cleveland Cobb Collins DeDe Cnswell Roberta Davis Davis Dearman Stacy VVVV NN'Randy Nikki Ruby Micheal Joey Delah rt George Darin Steven Josefa Micheal Constanza Contreras Konala Davis Davis Davidson Davidson Nektor ue a Delany Delgado Delgado Demison Freshman Class 63 Kevin Deramus Julio Diaz Lisel Duenas Maria Duenas Lisa Steven Enrich X is -f 353 kxii 5 qi -I is if 5 9. Michelle Diaz Stephany Dobbs Duval mi Richard Eli Donati Sarah Dotson David Duarte A S. , ,S Q - A A is V -R t l J DUSII Tina Ebeft EdfT1OFldSOl't Marceline Edmondson Andrea Elizalde Wendy EI David Espericueta Margarita Espinosa Evertse Richy Fenn 64 Freshman Class 5 ass 'ry' . ,i A '- Fagan ...fe s fwww-Q 3,54 .fs D mwiwwi - X ,,v' tv Q . 5 l - V ,RI a n in . at . 15 awash, is , .sts.g,.-f -, A , 2 fini 2 r .D , the rri , new , Fill? ,j Veronica Garcia visits her "second home" for a snack. Locker Beat Students use school lockers to store books, notebooks and other accessories, but for freshman, there was an even more important activity for it - to creatively decorate their locker so that it would bring the feeling of their room at home to school. For example, freshmen hung posters of famous people, maybe a mirror, or even pictures of family and friends. Tina Flores Tony Flores Ryan Floyd Mike Franco Ffaliel' Michelle Frost Fuentes Fuentes Jason Laurel Gaddie Gamez Ennqueta Julian Garcia Lelia Mona Garcia Raymond Garcia Anthony Garza Brandi Garza Garza Bertha Gomez Gomez Gonzales Freshman Class 65 Leroy Gutierrez Erica Mario Michelle Angela Daniel David Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez Gutierrez Gutierrez Gutierrez lib-M. M 1, i L Victor Michael Edward Caroline Dawn Gonzalez Gonzalez Goodwin Gutierrez Haider Hall - I,,. , V,, i W' .1 '31 ,eg I Stephanie Autumn Andrea Mark Penny Debra Mike Gorden Gower Granados Hall Hamm Hance Harkey Tabass Kimberly Nanette Grandson Grau Green William Vickie Cecelia Gregory Guadagnin Guevara What do you like I about school? "My freedom." best - Bill Ricker "You get to meet more people and make new friends." "All of the football players." "Picking up pennies." 66 Freshman Class Christelle Hernandez - Andrea Granados - Trevin Butler i 2 a s wr w e , ,,..... at .SSRN gk Q- R wx S 4 if N, as 3 r . X as .X X Pi X X mf Q MW ssxsg X N X .L X I "Staying out of trouble!" - Brandi Berglund Sonja Andare Kathryn Harris Harsh Hart We Shanikka Laura Loretta Harvill Harvill Hawkins Sam Petef xx X Mx A Q X 3 i - --.: Ruben Ventura Victoria Jody Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Herrera Andrew Jason Herron Hevie A ti X Timmy Stephanie Hollingswoeth Holford Crista Hillman Scott Jason Hughes Hull Gina Sandra Darcey Robert Hmzo Hubbell Howa Hoofman J -zv Christi Hector Primo Hunt lbarra Jacquez James Freshman Class 67 Michael Jaranilla Ursula Jaso , SQ. my. f-1 ff Jimenez Travi April Jones Jones ones Edward Jones Margaret Samantha Kellogg Seon Kim Darin Kizer Don QSM. Erin Kranz Jack Kuhn Lamott Lassetter Juan Lechuga .i 3 Lessenden Con Lindsey Melissa Lopardo Brenda Lozono Maria Lopez Luna Lopez Luna 68 Freshman Class RAH! Beat Yvette Luna, Stephanie Holford, Erin Kranz, and Cherine Roda riguez were the Freshman Rally Girls chosen for 1987-88. Their job was to lead the Freshman class in spirit cheers during the ral- lies. Judges for the Flally Girl tryouts were the varsity cheerleadersl They looked for two qualities in the girls: how outgoing they were and how much spirit they showed. Yvette Luna, Stephanie Holford, Cherine Rodriguez, and Erin Kranz were the Rally Girls for ' 1987-88. in ve--1-x Ann Darrell Kevin McClanahan Michael im. Rochelle McGill Kimberly McHenry Melissa McKay I Ramon Randolph Lisa McMillian Paul McKee9an Cynthia Mendoza Roshelle Dhanminder Mann gk, Chris Martin , Q J, ,X . Ricardo Martinez Martino Martinus Freshman Class 69 5 i Jonena victoria Mendoza Mendoza Mettler Sabrina Nuron Erin Jennifer Neri Newsome Nickel Norris f Jimmy Christol Julie Michael Milbert Miller Maria Amy Timothy Sundee Nunez O'Hotto Oates Oberlies Stephanie Monique Louie Mills Molina Anna James Zane Moore Moore Morones Shelby Eva Nikcolette Munn Naveias Nenning 70 Freshman Class James John Isabel Olivarez Oliver Oliver Orona What do you say to drugs? "No to drugs and no to alcohol. I think that we are not only hurting ourselves, but we are also hurting another genera- tion." - Autumn Gower "I think it is terrible, and it ruins your life." - Mathy Canaday "lt is dumb and a waste of time." - Brad Evertse Users are losers . . .' - Jerel Watkins "Say nope to dopeand ugh to drugs. Don't drink and drive!" - Travis Simmons 'ilust Say Noll!" Lisa McMillian Nathan Jennifer Ortiz Otts Ortega N ' --5 if , N as Q, ml l W iff Dawn Owen Norma John Perez ,... 'Y K2 5 l an 'J A i - vw , . --wi, ,V K v, 1 Kimberly Porter Stephanie Jason Peet Trina Kim Perez Perkins Jason Jessica Joyce Porterfield Powell Powell Freshman Class 71 Shawna Price Thomas Amy Powers Patrick Belen Ramirez Rena Ramirez Rochelle Ramirez Ramos Daniel Reno Stephanie Ramos Douglas Randle James Randle Barbara Rinsick Jennifer Ransom Charlotte Rea Paul Reed Rosa Renteria Luis Reyes Juan Reyna Samuel Reynaga Joshua Rhoden 5'- I Adam Rodrigues Isabel Rodriguez Marcus Rodriguez Patricia Rodriguez Rocky Rodriguez 72 Freshman Class What makes your heart beat? 1. "Mr. Reim." -Irene Castaneda 2. "Samantha Fox." -Bill Flicker 3. "The principal." 4. "My blood." -Robert Anderson Joel Price Juan Santillan Jose Santos Steven Satterfield "The Varsity Cheerleadersln Scott Hughes nw D U ij ei , D' KR H, 1 ' ' 'J wix f ,gm M iw' " i il f S- K QNQGLF. L 54 i ",-- :Z J Adam Setser Doug Sheldon Paul Sherman Travis Simmons Darmail Simpkins John Simpson keen Debbie Smith Wamai Smith Wiliamina Smith ...- Melanie Sommer Katrina Soto Rosalinda Jesus Robert Ryan Trevino Turner Valencia ln.- ' Jason fi i ki, Shelly Brent Spradlin 2 4' ivr Q Susan .M Kristina Eida Nick Anthony victoria Sfaflef Valenzuela VHIEFIZUSIB V3l'lt3SSel Jolie Joi Stephanie Corina Rodney Stevenson Strickland Vass Vega Velasquez Vickers 5 Robbie SUUOI1 Javier H , ,uf i uw Larrianne Herlinda Tatman Telles , 'ws nw ' ,1 I Lottisha , Thompson Jason Tigner Stephanie Torres 74 Freshman Class James Oliver and Darin Kizer search and search Where 's the gym ? How would you describe a typical freshman? How about a stu- dent who carries a lot of books, has pens in the pocket of his jacket wears a tie, and more than anything, is lost! 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E 4X Activities 77 ,, v MYMMWWM-fA.eM :,, ..,a,m,,,,,,,,,9,' 3 Teresa Estel pleads to be let out of jail. Donovan Webster takes his shot while Terry Henry cheers. . Irv- Dave Fisher frisks Jerry Robinson, arrested for speeding. Brandon Jones pops a dart at a teacher's picture Jackie Garza gives Billy Carroll a new look. 78 Carnival Q Z , I 'e X'-1 'H .. , X Evon Taylor and Archie Wright were sponsored by Afro American Association. Beglnnln 5P5fk5 HOm2COmln .il On Monday, October 19th, Homecoming week be- gan,lt started with Hat Day,then Tie Day, Twin Day Pajama Day, and ended on Friday with Black-and4Gold Despite our loss to Easton Homecoming night, October 23rd,lspirit was still in the air. The highlight of the night came at halftime, when the Homecoming court - Lena Alvary and Richard Herrera, Julie Coving- tonand Richard Ramirez, Evon Taylor and Archie Wright, Pam Jacobson and Derek Webster - made their way around Trojan Field in brand new, open- to A ed Volkswa ienCabriolets . DP Q - T D A A The theme of the night was "A New Beginning." Club floats represented everything from the birth of a baby dinosaur, destined to grow like our Trojan spirit, to the 200-yeartcelebration of the U.S. Constitution. The cheerleaders' float featured a younger generation dressed in Football colors, to represent a new begin- ning .. . f"almost a Trojan." , ' T Halftime ended with the Homecoming Courttak- ing the field, and Archie Wrightand Julie Covington cmwnedsass the 1987 HomecomingyKing and Queen. "Julia Covington was sponsored by Art club and Richard sponsored by interact." sa - W 'W' sl- ,, The Keywanettes' float celebrated the 200 vears D80 Homecoming T , .ga and Derek Webster was sponsored 1 1 Fnchad Herrera were Hallo Ween Costumeo' the Foothill Campus. Although Halloween fell on a Saturday, many FHS student celebrated by wearing their costumes on cam- pus Friday. Students dressed up, from outrageous 1960's hip- pies like seniors Jeremy Berlingeri and Bobby VanBoen- ing, to the Queen of Hearts, sophomore Nicole Franklin. The Foothill staff also participated in the dress up. Among many costumed staff, Campus Supervisor Dora Olgin was disguised as a Halloween witch and Special Education teacher Marty Lakin came dressed as a hay- seed. "Dressing up was the best part of Halloween, and l enjoyed the free day at school because we didn't have to do much of anything," said junior Shannon Rogers. xi The unidentified "Big Mac Tonight" man roamed FHS campus. Nicole Franklin made a great Queen of Hearts 82 Halloween Gloria Morales and Becky Aguirre surround Leonard Hobledo in his Sierra Junior High cheerleading uniform. iq... "Flower children" Jeremy Berlngeri and Bobby VanBoening demonstrated their peace efforts. 5 l "Country girl" Marty Lakin shows off the latest rural David Meek and Shannon Rogers came out of the stone age for farm wear. FHS Halloween. Halloween 83 CurtainTimel O Mark Setser and Derek Webster show theiiftalentlasi"Iago" and "Othello" at the FHS Shakespeare Festival. 151+-FTP "'e l Part of the cast of "Babes lnToyland" delight the audience with their rendition of the childhoodclassic. 84 Drama "There is a great deal of talent in this small group," said senior Kelli Kerslake, speaking of the FHS dra-A ma department. That clearly rang true when Foothill swept the awards from competitions at Chapman, Cal State University at Bakersfield, and Utah State. F At the Utah State College Shakespeare Festival, the drama group won Best Ensemble, with in- dividual awards going to Derek Webster fB9SfC.,lMQDQlOQLl9, Best Performance onfastelamisgscenej. Ju- nior Scott Miller52l,,tdokjeighthg place with his perfo,rmaneiegoft Palomon from "Two NobleiKinsmen.."i The scene from "Othello"that won the Best Ensemble award in Utah again took the award at the eighteenth annual FHS Shake- speare Festival. Kelli Kerslake and Derek Webster received Best Ac- Ytress and Best Actor awards for ytheir performances. The drama group was advised by Dr. Peg Pau- ley. ' "I Im' ' ' L, YZ. .H ,,.,. W.,,,,..,,,,,., lllgl .. VV , Jon Celetano was Charley Bennett in One FOV L "5 2 Seniors' Derek Webster and KeIIifKe-rslake in their'award4winning scene from "Othello" - e r K r j Kelli Kersiake, John Coleman and Kristen Mae theny in the FHS production of f'Babes'ln Toy- l3nd"" . , Thilo KIeifdth, 'Miche1le Kinder and Kerri Wagner, inthe comedy 'One FQYVTDG P0t"e i r I f . r Drama 8 5 Frosh!Soph Cheerleaders. Front Row: Nicole Franklin Flow 2: Mi- Raul' Giflsi Fmnf ROW3 Erin Kfaflz- ROW 21 Yvette LUNG- chelle Flubio, Janet Johnston, Stacy Craft. Row 3: Vicki Garland, Ju- ROW 3: Stephame H0'f0"d- lie Ellsworth, Sheri Flamsey, Tammy Pruett. -X -r , e l ,ff . I ...P A . . " r ' 1 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. Front Row: Trica Hullet. Flow 2: Cherie Carr, Chris Mar- tin, Row 3: Amanda Ruiz, Tonya Gallemore, Sarah St. Clair. Flow 4: Kristin Matheny, Nicki Bramlet, Stacy Newton, Reyna Mena. SPIHI T! 86 Cheerleading "All the cheerleaders did real- ly well this year. Our Varsity squad was one of the best we've ever had. We proved that in our hard work and performances." -Lisa Puget "lt was such a great year. We've had some of the best teams and definitely the most spirit." -Michelle Garland "Cheerleading at Foothill is fun but harder than ever. What Foothill reallys needs is some guys!" -Tricia Hullet d l ' Ct I X iq 9 ,,,,A , ,,,,, Varsity Cheerleaders: Front Row: Fracesca Tinoco, Karen Kaemphfer, Varsity Cheerleaders were tough competition at Kern County Row 2: Jennifer Hartenburger, Michelle Garland. Ftow 3: Jennifer Fair. White, Lori Hawkins, Lisa Puget, Monica Medina. Row 4: Dawn Black- hurst. Front Row: Stephanie Holford, Michelle Garland, Monica Medina, Jennifer White, Fran- cesca Tinoco, Dawn Blackhurst, Karen Kaemfpher, Monica Diaz, Lisa Puget. Row 2: Erin Kranz, Nicki Bramlet, Amanda Ruiz, Kristin Matheny, Reyna Mena, Trica Hullet, Stacy Newton, Tonya Gallemore, Chris Martin, Sarah St. Clair, Cherie Carr, Flow 3: Yvette Holford, Vicki Garland, Janet Johnston, Stacy Craft, Julie Ellsworth, Michelle Ru- bio, Nicole Franklin, Sheree Ramsey, Tammy Pruett, Advisor, Diane Bachtel. Jennifer White, Francesca Tinoco, and Monica Medina celebrate! Cheerleading 87 ASX? "Spending aclay with Pauline Larwood, County Supervisor Diss trict 39 gavelmeachancee to see how actual forms of ygOvf-ernment are run. y - in , r it A -Marla VanSchuyver "Being elected ASB Treasurer has given me a better chance to A A belnvolved with the school. lt has given me the opportunity tolook A attheschool from the inside instead of looking out." l c - Richard Ftugnao g A A "Whenattempting to better one's surroundings, oneshould not view one's limitations. Accomplish that goal at all times,"g AA A A A as A - Mark Setserg A A Richard-Herrera Andrea Young A.S.B. Vice President i A.S.B. Secretary Q l l Mark Setser l l' A'.S:B. President Wk Richard Rugnao g in rA,S.B.3Treasurer c Y i iPam Jacobson A A Kathy Bolthouse i Athletics A A - Publicity y 88 ASB Officers c A Amarlafvanscnuyver i , t A V. M Safety AA Q 'www ir- rr -r Kristin Mather'-U '- Clubs ' .-, , mm,, mL,.,. . r ' ' ,h. ,Amanda Ruiz Lisa LoBassogfT ' V'CuituraI Affairs Historian i,iih Fzncesoa Tinoco i Dereklwebster Joe Cooper r ,A Helen Of Troy m, z Senior Ciass President Junior ClassPresident5 u- r Q Vicki Gariand Adam Setser Sophomore Class President Freshmen Class President Pam Jacobson and Lisa Puget smile for the camera. C ll? asa may Hey! Vm1MlNQl!lBllrsiiimgi .-.-- if fforapfaeaa, Mr. Macs" - char- ' J . l . J y J I 'm3il1B POOH J diy I T4 Yearbook staffers do p Shannon Rodgers working hardito complete hier layout. ff? "lf-X. iiiir ge iiik .QW Yearbook - Front Flow: Minerva Terrazas, Lena Alvary, Becky Edgemon, Toni Najera, Shannon Rodgers. Row 2: Michelle Garland, Chris Coyle, Andrea Young, Lisa Puget, Charmaine Poon, Kar- en Farquhar, Serena Dingman, Fidel Gonzalezf Row-3:.Kathy Bolthouse, Pam Jacobson, Jana Fil- mer, Craig Michaud, Lisa Hevle. 90 JVM' Yearbook The staff nervous as the deadline came closer and the yearbook was far from be- ing finished. Layouts incom- plete, pictures not in, we began to wonder if the yearbook would get done. But on April 15th, the book was completed. On that first day of school in September, all those signed up for yearbook entered the class- room not knowing how much effort, time, and mostly dedica- tion they would put in to finish this book. But what probably never occurred to them would be the feelings they would have when the book finally arrived, completely original. According to staffer Kathy, Bolthouse, "When ljsawyhow the book looked -i itf1Tlade. all of the work in thellasti year worth- while." . The ffAll Valley" 1988 Epic staff W '1 : if it Jason Moore types up an important STOW. Al W if A monthl b E ic - 'ggyn mnmeuqrw Seine.. Y I Y yt ' L-Kf, fly, r unions! K' ' OUYNB ISM C BSS O . f - ' HL-3:-fe ,ie y F,,f,,,,i,, High schoo, The Epic sraffrigganed small this year, with six .....g.,r... .m.A m'm ' r 501 park Dave, 93306 y returning reporte:jSrggQfiiSeiniors Lisa LoBasiso and Vffligiy y , W e g14gReporters 366-4491 Exrensuon ss , :1jg3MarIa Van Schuyverfwfere co-editors. Dave' Hollie Duval, Jason Moore, Kerri Wagner, Mike McDonald, Fiicki 1'- Staff competed in Various competitions Hugnaogfgrigela Fontana W i y T" ilfjiapturing the "All-Valley" title from the SBHVJQQ9 Staff Artist Advisor i ypgbtqgraphers quin Valley Journalism Association QSJVJAJ, Arick Patrick Bob Maceuire Kerri wagnerrgfihiilo Kleirom xglnfgigogfelegugegldpgejfegfga Co-Editors r W ielrea fifffi 'iiii . . t 'i r aalieayleaa - t W W Mana Van '-0BaSS0 i ' Sm butthiswas . 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Top Row: coach Ned Permenter, coach Bill Moore, coach Rick Morel, coach Jim Wooster, manager Jerry Edwards, coach Bob Ezell. 94 Varsit Football Row 2: Craig Michaud, Paul Mantey, Brian Gerber, Mike Denvir, Paul Ramirez, Scott Moore, George Cervantes, Odell Smith, Eric Fulmer. Row 3: y Josh Williamson, Mike DiMario, .Joe Arvizu, Johnny Pinon, Lamar Williams, Erin Bailey, Jaime Navarrete, Charles Julian, Jeff Simpson. Row 43 Scott Smith, Aaron Hoolard, Chris Shepherd, Jim Maricich, Josh Thomas, Chad Ackerly, David Jones, Terry Henry, Artie Gonzales, Joe Cooper. we Trojan defense goes in for a sack. f gzx feieee eeaff . l an fs-t..1 ---:wet-I-:.sy,a-i-'1,fs-slr, mf ..ft-,mst --we Trojans line up for the National Anthem. lt takes a galaxy of Stars to knock Adam Dorado down. Henru, Fulmer Ieod Trojons The Trojans ended their season with an overall record of 2 - 8 and a 2 - 5 record in SYL. They had a victory over South and ended their season with a decisive 41 - 10 win over High- land. "Foothill has a lot of good kids. lt's hard on the coaches when we see good players trying without better fruits for their labors. They deserve a better fate," says coach Permenter. Terry Henry, Most Valuable, also made first team All Area and All league. Eric Fulmer received Most outstanding player. Also named top players were Joe Cooper and Mike DiMario. The Team Captains were Jim Maricich and Chad Ackerley. Chad Ackerley also received Most Inspirational. The most lm- proved player was Odell Smith. "We stayed together as a unit in spite of several injuries, transfers and players lost to rule infractions. Those who stuck out the season were winners in my eyes," said Permenter. Varsity Football 95 Ronnie Taylor takes it to South. 96 Junior Varsity Football JV Football. Front Row: Chris Felix, Jon Baker, Jose Mata, Mark Tinoco, James Chris- ty, Rocky Goff, Keith Knight, Jeremy Villa, Ryan Valencia, Reggie Oats, George Escob- ar Second Row: Stacy Hodger, Jason Rankin, Chris Hoofard, Tommy Lizama, Randy Allenbaugh, Matt Wooster, Clifford Datson, Rick Franco, Robert Roberson, Chris Wil- son, Mike Towery Third Row: Coach John Minear, Jacob Cadena, Jim Coffey, Keith Garrett, Justin Olsen, Tim Flannery, Mike Whorf, Kenzi Smith, Eliseo Orozco, J.W. Beard, Fred Monsibias, Coach Julio Mercado Fourth Row: Anthony Felix, Ronnie Tay- lor, Brian Pratt, Eddie Perez, Alex Haulman, Carroll Hill, Greg Christy, Brian Watts, Richard Moodry, Primo Jacquez as J' JV Titons 17-O shutout cops seoson The Junior Varsity Titans ended their season 5-4-1. The Titans were undefeated in pre-season and were 3-4 in SYL after losing the first two games to Arvin and North. Coaches Julio Mercado and John Minear felt they needed wins in these games to establish themselves as contenders for the league championship. The Titans end- ed their season with a 17-0 shutout against Highland. The coaches felt they had a good turnout for Junior Varsity football and a lot of talent, but never really got it together and played as a unit. Outstanding players, ac- cording to the coaches, were: Jose Mata, Carroll Hill, Alex Haulman, Mark Tinoco, Brian Pratt, Ronnie Taylor and Jon Baker. Team awards went to Jose Mata for Most Outstand- ing, J.W. Beard Most Improved, Matt Wooster Most Inspi- rational, Carrol Hill Best Defensive Player, Alex Haulman Best Offensive Player and Alex Haulman and Jose Mata I - I Junior Varsity offensive line prepares to go head up with Hanford 1 - l l I 1 l gy. .,,, ,,,,,. ,:,, ,,,, . 4,V,,, 2 my VVVV y W H , y::,,, . , ,..., i , , u ' ii"ff H ii- -fn Z"5ffi1f f'- V i" r ,,, tftv WY WA, i . , ff , . ,M ,,, a , . m,gjggll5E., .,,,,. -T tt tt - tsst . A if' ' A 5, MWWT"" ll, I . .,,, , ., A T .T at J , -f -- f W ff -we X i,' .tw l ,,::,,, V ,lt v i 5 v I an , I . , 2 ti' ' '15 ' l -t.' --r' ' 1 Y f ,,, at Q11 ,,, V , . "" ,Lki I N ,,,.,, M , sstis ll s PTTTT -Titan -Offense on the drive 'against South - were Captains. Coaoh Julio Mercado helped lead Titans to a 5-4-1 seasdn Jon "Boom Boom" Baker makes a field golal again Highland. 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Front row: Rodney Vickers, Richie Finn, Eddie Guiterez, Robert Cavillo, Sean Kym, Nathan Ortiz, Chris Estright, Robert Callvio, Brady Maiden, Nekito Demerson, Erik Sanchez, Row Two: Aaron Salazar, Konala Davis, Mark Lonsinger, Jose Santos, Jesse Reyes, Jose Martinez, William Dufford, Jason Virrey, Robert Alarcon, Gilbert Morales, Ryan Moore, Chris Castro, David Guiterez, Mike McDonnel, Row Three: Eric Martinez, Adam Sester, James Day, Jake Cadena, Tommy Prototough, Tim Brewer, Robert Turner, Jake Salinas, Jesse Parra, Jacky Turney, Doug Sheldon, Chad Franks, Pete Esperiquaita, Bill Rick- ers, Gene Dye. 15,9 Quarterback Konala Davis gets ready to throw a pass. Lancers huddle against the North High Novas I - -::: ,urr . 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SI Mt at Coaches Chuck Harringer and Fred Acosta discuss team strategy. Colvillo, Dovis Nomed Qutstonding Foshlsoph football had an "impressive attitude with good team morale," according to coach Kevin Harriger. With a record of 4 wins and 6 losses, Harriger felt that Foothill discovered some successful, new talent. Out- standing players were all freshmen, with the exception of sophomore Robert Calvillo, who received the award for Best Defense. The rest of the awards go to Konala Davis, Most Valuable, as a fullback and linebacker. Jason Varrey re- ceived Most Outstanding Offense and William Dufford was Most Improved Player. The team's strengths were its consistent balance and ability to run and throw the ball on offense. Despite the lack of speed, according to coach Harriger, the team made up for it by its teamwork on offense. Frosh!Soph Football 99 I' Runners moke historu Winning the SYL championship and ending their season with a dual meet record of 6-1, the boys varsity cross country team added two con- secutive championships to FHS histo- r . y According to coach Ted Oliver, key runners were seniors Chris Coyle, Richard Herrera, Paul Contreras, ju- nior Enrique Saenz, and sophomore John Cartier. Senior leadership was an impor- tant factor in team success. "Everyone had a positive atti- tude," said Herrera. "Before we raced, we talked about winning." lt all paid off when the squad won the SYL meet, giving Foothill the league championship. Capturing the Division I Area championship enabled the varsity squad to advance to the Valley Finals, where they placed 6th. Special award winners were Most Valuable Enrique Saenz, Most Inspira- tional Paul Contreras, Coaches Award Richard Herrera, Most Improved Chris Coyle and John Cartier. Special recog- nition was given to Richard Herrera and Paul Contreras for joining the All- Time Top Seven varsity runners in Foothill history. Ricky Garcia takes a final practice lap 100 Boys Varsity Cross Country Front row: Coach Ted Oliver, Chuck Garcia, John Gregory, Ricky Garcia, Chris Coyle, Kevin Kim- mel, Richard Herrera, Coach Margie Stauffer, row two: Enrique Saenz, Devin Rambo, Justin Ro- land, David Varela, Michael Scott, Qualin Williams, Johnathan Cartier, Ernie Contreras, Paul Con- treras. NPIUSLSHRHHVG ff ' af i ogg 22? iuagpnana Qct, 243, Kerniiyirnvitatipnaiiii i 30YS'VaF5W9 C5955 Cl0LiUif1'fr i ,?Q9P1ff34Qif59Um !2' x i i S'f?afteE iS'i?i?F?Q11YFEi1?WiiViEaii0'E9a'' ' i MSepff30 -fBHSi Oot. 2fgihaniorqiiinvitationai1 f XQ eTi0f5f339i"iWSSfiShHffBf W Hi' ,V ,X ,,,, ,J ,M ,i 17 - n i f iiii i in i vfigxcwsgiz gireaemiegg yy ws W 'IH-fl: ' ' 1 - 2 fi pr'-i ,,,ffffv:,, u n W 3 ,K 'f : 4 , 4? ..M,g ,U g ,,,, maize' fv- M A .M -V ,ai ,uf ,5.. ,W I in -V QLVV or , KK,,, an , John Gregory grinds up a-hill at McFarland. Enrique Saenz leads the pak at the Vi7asco Invita- tional. Devin Ranibo placed eighth inthe SYL. Boys Varsity Cross Country 101 J - i .4..f . J MW! 'N' . ,. - " W v . ' A 0 " A, . I N. MK' K A at - ,N ' 'W' i ,, Ji. ,K f , , ff N,-, I X ,, ,-X we 1-new Q . it i 4-x t at , Mary Ann Martinez led the way for F.H.S. Girls' Varsity Cross Country. Top row: Wynette Woodworth, Kim Walker, Jenny Edgemon, Larrianne Tat- man, Elizabeth Elijo, Mary Ann Martinez, Lisa Carbone, Jennifer Bagby. Bottom Row: Coach Ted Oliver, Mia Reyes, Pam Woodworth, Pam Jacobson, Jessica Gregory, Janet Garza, Assistant Coach Marge Stauffer. ' 102 Girls' Varsity Cross Country tw. . Wynette Woodworth takes it easy after a long race. Sophomore Elizabeth Elijo Girls' I-Countru sweeps to titles, 13-0 seoson "This is the best team Foothill has ever had," said coach Ted Oliver. The team went undefeated all season and captured the first SYL crown ever for a Foothill girls' cross country team! All together, the team won the SYL and Area, placed 2nd in the Valley, and placed 15th in the State. The SYL record for the season was 7-0 while the overall record was 13-0. According to coach Oliver, Maryann Martinez, Lisa Carbone, Pam Woodworth, Wynette Woodworth, Elizabeth Alejo, Larrianne Tatman, and Jennifer Bagby were the team's key runners. Maryann Martinez led the way for the team. She won the sophomore championship at Hanford with the fastest time recorded by a South Yosemite girl this season, and went on to capture the Kern Valley Title. She took first place in the SYL championship. At Foothill, Maryann won the Most Valuable Player award. Wynette Woodworth won the Coaches Award, Larriann Tatman was the Most Improved, and Lisa Carbone won Most Inspired. Pam Woodworth paces herselfthrough Hart Park. ,. " 'i - f '1 'Z ' '13,-5E1'.:2'lf5 L Ei"::"5':?EEf'1,,:3j,g::gg5g-'Fi . . 7 V . 'ltrf T r "ll'lfi i llit Sem, + 15 A rrrs T267 t Oct 2 T We r,l. tssci ' .3 Nr v., as ..-f rrf,.r ta :-'lf1 - s E1 Girls' Varsity Cross Country 103 104 Frosh, Junior Varsity Back row: Kevin Eubanks, David Varela, Rick Garcia, Qualin Williams, Ernie Contreras, Kevin Kimmel. Front row: Coach Ted Oliver, Richard Rich, Chuck Garcia, Bill Williford, Rolando Ramos, Asst. coach Margie Stauffer. Frosh!Soph and Junior Varsity ' W f M. Cross Countru JV, FXS + Frosh Squods lose onlu l meet eoch The boys' Junior Varsity crosscountry team took second place in the South Yo- semite League, with an overall record of T A 12-1 and an SYL record of 6-1. - Three JV runners placed in the top ten of the SYL. Bill Williford, David Varela, and Ernie Contreras placed 3rd, 4th, and 9th, respectively. Coach Ted Oliver said a "good turnout, numberwise" and "good senior I leadership" helped the JV squad capture 2nd place in both the Wasco Invitational and the Kern Invitational. The Frosh!Soph team also has a strong season, with an SYL record of 6-1 and overall 12-1 in dual meets. Sophomores John Gregory and Devin Rambo placed 5th and 8th in the SYL, with John Gregory voted the Most Improved JV runner' vino, Asst. coach Margie Stauffer Freshman. Back row: Cam-Intunez, Jesus Trujillo, Danny Jacquez, Johr:-C-Sliver, Danny Pearson, James Oliver. Front row: Coach Ted Oliver, Dustin Carpenter, Abel Salazar, Brad Evertse, Arturo Saenz, Asst. Coach Margie Stauffer. The Freshmen squad also finished with just one loss, 7-1 overall and 3-1 in the SYL. Foothill's Freshmen placed five runners in the top ten of the SYL. Carl Antunez, James Oliver, Danny Pearson, Brad Evertse, and Ar- turo Saenz placed 2nd, 5th, 8th, 9th, and 10th, respectively. in . Frosh!Soph. Back row: Carl Antunez, John Oliver, Justin Roland, Devin Rambo, John Gregory, Kevin Eubanks, John Cartier, Rolando Ramos, Abel Salazar, Richard Rich Front row: Coach Ted Oliver, Stephen Williford, James Oliver, Danny Pearson, Bias Tre James Oliver strides to the finish. Cross Country 1 Senior Gina Fleno serves the ball. 106 Varsity Volleyball - - Varsity Volleyball. Front Row: Samantha Garcia, Kristin Matheny, Wendy Hicks, Alicia Esperiqueta. Row two: Sabrina Garcia, Gina Reno, Kara Schuetz. Row three: Christy Green, Coach David Gelios, Shannon Rogers. Schuetz Nomed MVP WU X New I! R X fx X 1- 355 1 8 N :s,.a..m...1t,mw.:, , .M fm-4. if Saks w gi -x iii a .r ,t ,, I The season for volleyball was a touch and go situation. The league had excellent talent throughout, and competition for first place was a struggle for everyone. FoothiIl's SYL record was 2-12 and the over-all was 10-16. "The highlight of the season was the fact that we truly were competitive this year," said David Gelios. "Teams no longer took us for granted. Also, early season play-off appearances in the San Louis Obispo and Highland Tournaments demonstrated significant strides for the FHS volleyball program." As the season came to an end, Kara Schuetz was noticed as an outstanding player. A sophomore lettering for her second time, she was named both 2nd Team, All-Area and 2nd Team, All-League. "Shannon Rogers, a junior lettering for her third time, and Kris- tin Matheny, a junior lettering for her first time, were also strong players for the Trojans," added Gelios. Awards went to Most Valuable Player Kara Schuetz, Most lm- proved Player Samantha Garcia, and Most Inspirational Kristin Ma- theny. Gelios believes, "that the 1988 version of the volleyball team will return with some excellent talent and experience so things could go even better!" i Senior-Elhrgty Green spikes against Highland High. - . T Gina Fleno, Tricia Mack, Samantha Garcia, and coach David Gelios stay alert on the bench. .-.-ts. if rr . MK . .. .. .. .... . .,- J. r,-,pct my-jjgfj t 'Z 2 tt S fftszgegfaiifsif' fe, :ei feifezsvzz.sszifsfifszesiglsafsf 4-igfiisimesgfs . fre. as is tj:-f..ff'..x,g-re.alan- Q-rr,fw..1f.. sr-srsr..vu-1swfaf,.ffw. Q- f,:a.11.. - :sas -' l-iililfff -'ur-:g.':.. 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' 'ivlsag-ai ' fis ' -ffm. ..... , .3 gssissswfsflm.211iw-itfssieszifszffffffis?5a5e2f rssrrs 1 LVKGVE Senior Julie Covington spikes against Noah while Green and Matheny stay ready. 107 I r I I Belinda Martinez spikes the ball as Becki Di Mario, Suzanne Gibson and Shelley McNeill look on. 108 Junior Varsity Volleyball Junior Varsity Volleyball 3rd row Coach Sneed, Suzanne Gibson, Jen- nifer Doll, Shelley McNeill, Shannon Chambers, Krista Jones 2nd row Vicki Zucco, Randi Goodwin, Becki Di Mario, Ftobin Newson, Alicia Marquez Front row: Barbara Medina, Belinda Martinez, Maria Padilla i l 1 1 K ig. -. ...: tk ri ,E ' I L:V'TaQ,5'5:j':i,ggQ,,5gi2 '. .r Qlikfk V Sig. A fgj yy ' 'A ' 1' Shelly McNeil spikes-Ewa ball from the ten foot line as Suzanne Gibson, Belinda Martinez, Alicia Marquez, Becky DiMario and Shannon Chambers look on. .. lll it it . elale 1. .. .1 llell ,.l: 'Q Q5 ,Wy ,,.. .gay:,,.x,, , te, .s f iala .t ft it t lel lle iiia I 1 ell,ee . ll,ee L eael Q ti 1 ,J""',5f""i5if:-iiiw' 'QUT fi .if sei! ZWM Q, I I wigixiri Qasiww W .27 , 52,114 -ff! 'iii' Iii? Hifi, tiff 1, . 4 ' it V: fi M 1 Q - ., ...lsawgfw ,- 'Www I Coach Stacy Sneed says some encouraging words and Belinda Martinezzgrees. Martinez, Medina Lead V'bc1ll The 1987 Junior Varsity volleyball team ended its season with I 1 win and 13 losses. Most Outstanding Players were hitter Belinda Martinez and set- ter Barbara Medina. Martinez was awarded Most Outstanding play- . er, Shannon Chambers the Most Improved and Krista Jones the Most Inspirational. The season highlight was the squad's win against East High on September 29. 1 1 1 1 W ,Y wg? at , K' Tgg ikr i giil 5 Alicia Mzquez Erves an 5 against East High. Junior Varsity Volleyball 109 M amy V we Z C K i Frosh-Soph Volleyball. Front Row: Chonda Barcena, Stephanie Torres, Trina Martinus. Row 2: Coach Teresa Huth, Mimi Martinez, Angie Olivarez, Amy Powers, Christina Jones, Stephanie Gorden Row 3: Kim Perkins, Ursula Jaso, Sandy Hubbell, Heather Collins. Not pictured: Katrina Soto 110 Frosh-Soph Volleyball Christina Jones bumps the ball against North. Nlortinez Voted Outstonding S 48 ' W . S Q Is' S if "The Frosh-Soph volleyball team was made up of freshman with Q A tef, 1 virtually no experience," said coach Teresa Huth. "We started from , wi' ifsepi ground zero and improved day by n day, with each player developing s strengths in passing or serving." Sept I yiiii .5991 Their best game was against ,, i i Sept. fiW?i'1W7t3?P?3f?f9F1eVba" ii-- i 11 1 1 1 " l" i"H ' i""' " ' ' 12 15 17 Kern it BHS. Total effort from all the players T .SdPls11,2fl1 WQJQ . ' ili. T... East . r 1 ' . illl earned them a win against South. L. y y1 bl l Most Outstanding Player was 001, Mimi Martinez, Most Improved was Oct, Amy Powers, and Most Inspirational L15 C ' was Sandy Hubbell. Stephanie Torres was cited for I solid setting, and Stephanie Gorden Yi for consistent passing. Their SYL 1 . . aas.. East record was 1-13. Stephanie Gbrden, Amy Poizrs and Ursula Jaso show their spirit after agood rally. T ' It 1 RFI X I 1 l 1 1 N Stephanie Torres serves the ball to North. I - The Lancerswtogether vmh coach Teresa Huth during a time outr Frosh-Soph Volleyball 11 1 Reggie Phillips flies past an East defender going up for a lay-up. 112 Varsity Boys Basketball Bosketboll tokes it oil! As expected, the boys varsity basketball team dominated the SYL with a 13-1 record, the lone loss going to Bakersfield High, our SYL co- champs. The Trojans' success was due in part to the time and effort given by coach Dan Shannon and assistant coach David Reese. Shannon deserved- ly won the basketball Coach of the Year award. Key players for the championship team were: All-League and All-Area Most Valuable Player Ar- thur Charles, McDonald's All-American and first team All-Leaguer Archie Wright, first team All-Lea- guer and Southern Section play-off Most Valuable Player Reggie Phillips, and first team All-Leaguer Donte Glinton. Highlights from the '88 season included key play-off wins against Oceanside-El Camino 168-66 in double-overtimej, La Palma-Kennedy 171-64j and San Diego-Madison 162-60j. The win over Madison earned FHS the title of Division ll South- ern California Regional Champs, and enabled the Trojans to play for the State Title in Oakland. On March 19 the Foothill Trojans accom- plished a never-before feat matched by another Kern County team. By beating Menlo-Atherton by a score of 66-61, the Trojans claimed the 1988 Di- vision ll State Basketball Championship title. The win topped off a 12-game winning streak and a 27- 4 overall season record. Standing: Tony Bally, Arthur Charles, Archie Wright, Donovan Webster. Sitting: Ron- ald Wood, Kenzi Smith, Steve Pennel, Johnny Elizalde, Reggie Oats, Richard Alarcon, Reggie Phillips. Kenzi Smith set up a play. I- 1 1 Archie Wright drives. I "i-: V. fi: 1:-'k: it i "" -i-' i,,' i i ."' i . ,i,.i , ,, "--' 1111 i". i-r- tg ,455 4,1 H K . or 4 "" E 2 ' i i ---- H V255 ,H ,,,, 5: 3i5f:5QQ5fe ki5:iE3Vi!' ifiaiiifffi i -1-wilyfLgizigiqigii-ifQ5fi ' 1.. 1X,, .1'i .. f ..., ,,., -L, -st swf!g,. 1' ,ga Arthur Charles gets a clean 2 points. Donovan Webster goes up for the shot. Varsity Boys Bas ketball 1 13 Cynthia Simington looks for the outlet. l i Senior Caryn Claiborn dribbles down against Porterville dur- ing the play-offs. 114 Varsity Girls Basketball i ssss FJHVY-Z5 T11 8 iigss isisssss so i ii s i Q siss 1,, 5 73 IMQ i:..1 1 ifiii: 5i.l,,i,:i I ,. ,, . 1 1 1 1 Sophomore Lorraine Spencer lays it up for a basket. ' ' ilu--il fr: K - r, -. lro r s i , , Mai, -E ----,,,, . . , ,, i iir rssr i my iii o i sooooaia f o Q1 oooiiiiiio.ioi.s i or o a ifssiiioi.. . K- ifiiiifiiliiii ' ' , izmivx, kkklk , or s s rrrr s rrrr Qwest ooooiii is or WEE:,,iL in K K, A ,,,... ,W . my may K 643 29 9 30 , i ,...i . ,iii ,, ir,,, r o i .5 ,iio rr is .. ,i ,.iii . ,i i I is e e r2s i s r k,lkrE .,:y :,, k - -- .is,,, ' f .. ffsi i .,,i,: , , . , . fugzrgg iz or o iiiii i o H+-swees H H ' - 7 f ' 'lsiiw SSM i Higprand 'fi is . ' my ::, A 7 1 I izl Ii' fisE i16i of ,Q iii i i is ' ' ' LHDV TROJHNS drive to SVL :tl Foothill's Lady Trojan basketball team finished number one in the South Yosemite League QSYLJ, with a record of 13-1 , for the first time in its 12-year history. The team made it to Valley semifinals before being disqualified by Mt. Whit- ney 152-5Ol, ending their overall record at 18-6. Key SYL wins for the girls were over North Q52-421, South Q50-41l, and Bakersfield l63-523 high schools. "We beat South for our league opener," said coach Connie Minear. t'They were highly rated and a loss would have changed the team's outlook for the season. However, the win gave us confidence and set our sails towards suc- cess." Other highlights were against North and BHS at BC. "We beat North High at home C72-70l and at North 152- 423 for the first time in school history," commented Minear. "The finale battle was beating BHS at BC in a 20-point dom- inating team effort to get revenge for the one-point loss ear- lier in the season." Outstanding players were seniors Caryn Claiborne, centerg Cynthia Simington, power forward, Leah Brownlee, forward: junior guard Lorraine Spencer, and sophomore guards Stephanie Childs and Kara Schuetz. The awards had a place for everyone on the team. Nikki Grant received Most Hustle award, Audrey Mitchell, Eager Beaver award, Jannette Garza, Most lnspirationalg Caryn Claiborne, Captain and Best Big Man. Cynthia Simington was selected Most Valuable Player, All-League and All-Area. Tammy Bailey was Best Returning Big Man, Leah Brownlee was Captain and Most Improved, Kara Schuetz was Most Dedicated Nonstarterg Stephanie Childs was Rookie of the Year, And Lorraine Spencer was Best Defense. Varsity Girls Basketball. Coach Connie Minear, Audrey Mitchell, Tammy Bailey, Kara Schuetz, Leah Brownlee, Jannette Garza, Stephanie Childs, Cynthia Simington, Lorraine Spencer, Nikki Grant, Caryn Claiborne, and Assistant Coach John Minear. Stephanie Childs takes the ball down the court. Varsity Girls Basketball 115 Fl'eShfTl3l'l Stephanie TOITBS pl'6pal'9S a shot. Eta it Q, - 5 ewrvis' - my-. M5 f.::.,,,,,--,,-ts,,,,,,g,...,,,W,EMI ,,, ,,,..,,, ,im I ,, ,,, ,, :sf f - ,. 'Hs' ws in 12..,,, -wifi. f.a:--fl-'riff nw.-Zim,.-,.lyglm-UW..-f,,,... ga, .E l w T reioiii Z' .. '.:222 -,,L, Kiri is :EES J Vizylkk .,,,,, , ,iiigk , . .:k, , , , ,gg 't rlr lrrrse 5 .L . , A"? l Q i h ,hf 1'k ,, alll asettr 91 V Jkyk lllg, I L :': z :1.Q ms.. rf-5:1 . 2 S 116 Girls Frosh-Soph Basketball Girls Frosh!Soph Basketball: Top Row: Coach Cheryl Alexander, Mia Reyes, Lisa Lee, Stephanie Torres, Mary Ann Martinez, Lisa Mota. Second Row: Cynthia Padilla, Lottisha Thompson, Trina Tenison, Shanikka Hawkins, and Stephanie Gorden. Boys Frosh!Soph Co-Champs The boys Frosh! Soph completed their season with an impressing 12-2 in SYL, and 19-2 overall. "I think having mostly sophomores was an advantage against oth- er teams," said coach Bobby Sharp. Most valuable player went to Rico Robertson. Most Improved went to Stacey Hodges. Best Offensive went to Caroll Hill and Bryan Pratt. Best Defensive went to Robert Roberson. Most inspirational went to Erwin Clamente. The Frosh!Soph girls took third in SYL with a 13-5 record. "We have several good ball handlers and athletes who hustle as hard as they can all the time," said coach Cheryl Alexander. "We play as a team. When one person played well, it inspired the rest of the team," said sophomore Lisa Lee. Most Valuable Player went to Trina Tenison. Most Improved went to Mariann Martinez and Most Inspirational went to Lotisha Thompson. S 5 if 3 Frosh!Soph Boys Basketball Team: Top Row: Anthony Garza, Rico Robertson, A. J. Whitak- er, Caroll Hill, Tim King. Bottom Row: Keith Davidson, Wamai Smith, Clarence Robinson, Rob- ert Roberson, Erwin Clamente, Stacy Hodges, and Darrel Martin. ,l 3 .P if iw I I . Carrol Hill shows his ability to slam-dunk in a rally honoring the Varsity Boys Bas- ketball team. Stacy Hodges tries for a clean shot. Boys Frosh-Soph Basketball 117 Referee declares Brandon Wren Winner 118 Varsity Wrestling Top row: Coach Mark Loomis, Jim Maricich, Joshua Thomas, George Cervantes, Thomas Lizama Joshua Williamson, Brandon Wren. Bottom row: Joseph Arvizu, Brandon Compton, David Shu- maker, Allan Clark, Justin Roland, Paul Contreras, Coach Jeff Capoto i nj-t f trim: A g ,. a gp its of M-- Hifi' gi-uf .133 -'w+:--H-1- ' illi lssllr slsl 1, , , . llit l I iii i i iil i f rss if f If-' iw ,-221'-'wigs' ,WL -r1fS- - N..f,a,,,M,. ,.,, Josh Thomas wins his match against Highland Junior Brandon Compton starts his match. Paul Contreras hauls down an East High Blade Moricich, llJren, C O n t r e r Q S I C O m p t C n Joseph Arvizu wrestles down his oppo- nomed Gutstonding Varsity Wrestling 119 J.V. Wrestling 1st Flow Alex Gonzaga, Gilbert Ortega, Matt Binning, Erenst Peralta, Diego Ruiz 2nd Flow Mark Loomes, Wayne Melson, Robert Mackey, Tim Flannery, Gene Soto, James Day, Jeff Ca- poto. 120 Junior Varsity Wrestling yi 3 6 1 Charles Julian listens to advice giv en by coach Jeff Capoto. Soto leads JV Mat Nlen The Junior Varsity wrestling team had a 2-5 record in the SVL and took 7th place for the season. Team Captain was Gene Soto who was their strongest wrestler, according to coach Jeff Capoto. Other key players were Mott Binning and Diego Ruiz. For scoring the most points, LUayne Melson received a trophy. "l.Ue had a younger team this year. Next year we will be bet- ter", said Capoto. Roland Uribe gets cleaned up by Sam Barnes. Coach Max Loomis and a referee help ease the pain of Travis Torres cramped legs. -I----- cf ..c,,,cs,,,r-fc f ,sw I we 'f" I I ' fiili 15 .lr ,g,,pgm .75-L cl I get .ec-5, I 5 2 l I I l I I - 1 1 Coach Jeff Capoto reviews rule book with referee. Junior Varsity Wrestling 121 Boys Soccer Top row Coach Bob Minnar, Eduardo Perez, Jeremy Berlingeri, Bobby VanBoeming, Craig Michaud, Erik Kumpel, Derek Valencia, Darren Cobb, Jason Rogers, Gilbert Monsibais, John Beard, Mike Towary, Coach Hank Hinse. Second Row Chris Wilson, Chris Coyle, Jacob Cadena, Juan Cahue, James Oliver, John Oliver Third row: Ryan Valencia, Clemente Cahue, John Baker, Anthony Felix, Mike Jones, Stephen Williford, Jason Flankon, Miguel Avalos 122 Boys Soccer Anthony Felix takes a throw in. ty, ,,.. , , t ,, ,L ,svtswseauze 4, Qi. r V,,,1 f H H .t r., .. fr, .ts .W sy, ,...4lii:iiii1i' 1, stt. T . ttl..i T T I -v,,- .iii ei zzi 'Jat'l:4Q, . gt 8 . . 19 :2:.:'fa.2."'rr+-1:1 r: . it as ,,, Aykk' -F'ff -2-:-" ' North ,Q .Garces i Highlandfy m11 1 t T NQHQ L L l A V -1, at . 21fm,,..--w...--f1rlt,1g-s11Q:-,- if . ' ', ji- ,as iee5',gff7lEEWEii5fEi:Wjfffk 'fiiilf -tt YQ.. mf- -at r, if .M'cm-Mewfrfattw... fs.-fl, 3- ,,,,,,,: ., .. ,,, .,,,,Q,. ,, A.k,,,Q,.,,,, , .,,, ,,.. ,V , . East. ya , . , T .CTX .gi tiffiix i 1 l . , A... W. .ii H, Jacob Cadena takes possession for Foothill. Derek Valencia and Craig Michaud play tight defense. FHS slips between two HHS defenders. Soccer hos best sedson The varsity boys soccer team was the best ever, winning more games than in the previous four years combined. Their over- all record of 7 wins, 6 losses, and 2 ties led them to 2nd place in the SYL. "The first step was to make them believe in themselves," said Coach Hank Hinse. This was the first year at FHS for Hinse, who has coached for 15 years. Hinse is a former Danish professional soccer player. "He's a good coach. l learned a lot from him. He makes the team work together," said Eduardo Perez. Perez will play for the California Selection team, chosen by 22 SYL coaches. "The team started off slow, but toward the end they learned to work together and was able to play with the power teams of the league," said senior Chris Coyle. "This by far is the best season we ever had," said fullback Jeremy Berlingeri. Boys Soccer 123 :ww ff Seniors smile for the camera after tha final Foothill soccer game against Highland Scots. 124 Girls Soccer 2-Fla 28 Girls Soccer Front row: Lisa Carbone, Larryanne Tatman, Pam Jacobson, Lisa Puget, Jennifer Hartenberger, Karen Kaempher, Lori Hawkins, Kamala Mea- dows, Row two: Shelly Rameriz, Adrianne Carson, Dawn Raines, Row three: Elizabeth Clemente, Candice Castroverde, Wendy Bromly, Tiffany Melton, Jennifer Bagby, Shannon Chambers, Elizabeth Olejo, Coach Don Fteim. J . I 1 I W Team discusses strategy at half H50 pull above the Highnnd Scots. Lori Hawkins stealslthe ball and Qivances up the field in her last game ,1 zil .,-: ,ll -' 5- 5 J , ,, ,ly .1 nz. 1 .e,r.Q.9z---,V ,,,, 1-fi-QSYL.5CU8dUfBg,f , . f 1---ss. ,lm--rw, M.. fi- , i,.-g..tf,.-.sw ,giyw ...K I ff- , ww ff'. ,mrzz ,iz-,--. M- se- Z Q99 ,. ,..i. if if A it A it issii 3?-2 T ,VAI - W..-gs, :,, mf, Lg gr K Q lt...-1-sassy Q ..,, 1. in 4. at -. .i.l 1 1- 1- li' ,,,,,l . lsss iis I 1. .it . -...U Hes.: ,,,f l ew .i.,..s:a. ...steals-.ttf Adrianne Carson sets up for shot as she dribbles past Highland oppo- Dent. against the Scots. i ll Dedication Spctrl-1 S Girls Soccer "The girls soccer team's improvement and better team play was due to the dedication of the starting players," said center forward Pam Jacobson. The words "improvement" and "better team play" stand out when you note the scores of games against teams such as Garces and East, both of which were close, 2-1 losses. Coach Don Reim regarded both oppo- nents as "powerhouse teams, and the girls soccer team did a good job against them." "The record of 3-10 comes from the team's motiva- tion," said Fleim. "We could have pulled off a lot of wins against some of the stronger teams," said goalie and fullback Lisa Pu- get, "but the lack of experience on our team fwith a coach and players both new to soccerj kept us in the learning stage." The strengths on the team, according to Reim, were Lori Hawkins at center fullback and Pam Jacobson at center forward. Awards went to Lori Hawkins for Most Valuable, Jennifer Bagby for Most Improved, Jennifer Hartenberger for Highest Grade Point Average 13.81 and Shannon Cambers, Most Inspirational. Pam Jacobson was selected All-Area, and Jacob- son and Lori Hawkins were selected All-SYL. Girls Soccer 125 Senior Jay Forsythe awaits the pitch. 4 W ,,2..1,6 A-,ar 'J ' MT, ,guiimy -..l V A V tf,,w. Top Flow. Coach Gary Johnson, Qualin Williams, Scott Brown, Mike Smith, Aaron Hoford, Richard Flami- rez, Brian Girado, Mike DiMarrio 2nd Row. John Gillett, Jay Forsythe, Jaime Gonzalez, Kevin Kimmel, Art Gonzalez, Chris Shepard, Flick Garcia, Paul Gutierrez. 126 Varsity Baseball Vorsitu hitting wos strong The varsity boys baseball season started out with losses to BHS, Arvin, and Highland and victories over East and South. "lf we had better pitching to go along with the way we hit this year," said coach Gary Johnson, "we could have been pretty tough." A Key players were Jason Forsythe, Paul Gutierrez, Qualin Wil- liams, Mike DiMario and Chris Sheppard. nl. Junior Steve Pennel takes a out. Senior Paul Gutierrez pitches a strike for FHS. YL -sf N ...diva Senior Qualin Williams guards the bag. March Apr: May Varsity Baseball- rssillrr i.,. it i TEES-f t Hnghlarid , yy,, Sbum 3, .gwest ig: tit, Awami ,,.,, K .,r., . . ' , to North 4 1,3 ,,,..,,. , itii J-, gtti it Wrist ,,., Varsity Baseball 127 Softboll Storts Strong The Varsity Softball season began on a high note, with wins over Bakers- field High and Highland in a pre-season tournament. The Trojans held on to a winning attitude. "A hard 14-inning loss to South hurt, but it showed our team that we are capable to battle with any other team in the SYL this year," commented center- fielder Shannon Rogers. Other wins earlier in the season were against Arvin and Highland. "The '88 season was an improvement from past years mainly because the defense and batting were better," according to pitcher Shannon Chambers. The key players were pitcher Shan- non Chambers, catcher Stephaine Gor- den, and 1st baseman Tammie Rankin. .likifmflk uqg' IGF' si. Sabrina Garcia and Shannon Rogers prepare for an infield play. March 18 Apri Ma T Samatha Garcia scores from third. 128 Varsity Softball VarsltyiSottblall S 'SYLfSchedule Mc Farsand gm Arvin cm it BHS,-QHJ East,qT7 . South my Highiand LHT' R NorthlTl T "WestfHys i in Arvin . . BHS in ..1.' Easttitlli g T f South QH3 . Highlandflfl ilti NOVUT CHX west i.-, . r i '!fnrg4,i ra. , ..., M.. . X Top row: Coach Bob Ezell, Stephanie Gorden, Mickie Michael, Shannon Rogers, Julie Coving- ton, Tricia Mack, Sabrina Garcia, Coach Steve Gorden. Bottom row: Denise Lopez, Shannon Chambers, Angela Fontana, Michelle Veliz, Becky DiMario, Wendy Hicks, Samatha Garcia. Not pictured: Tammie Rankin, Christy Green. um Hin .. ln- .8.'i Shannon Chambers gets ready to strike out a player. Varsity Softball 129 s , .e , Bous in first ploce There was a big turn around for the boys Frosh Soph baseball team from last year. This year's team had a strong start and by the middle of the season, the team was tied for first place. According to coach Acosta, key players were Jose Mata, Mark Tinoco, Anthony Felix, Mark Rodriguez, John Beard, and Art Joven. FIS Baseball: Top Row: Asst Coach Virrey, Anthony Felix David Gutierrez, Mike Bowen Art Joven, Tony Boschini John Beard, Jesse Reyes 1, Jose Mata, Mark Tinoco ' Coach Acosta. Bottom Row ,V . I . , , 1, '- 7 1 l .- , 2, 4 X ' J, ' aft, Jason Virrey, Mark Rodn- ffs y la wn ' -,yi Jfh jw iyg guez., Daniel Boschini, David W M 30 323' -.sg '75, . ' M Martinez, Sam Reynaga, Rob- its 1 M ,sifrr 'Q' ,, 4 f "1 ai' -rw, errcalviuo, Bryan Plant, Chris C fly 4,.,,,,,, ,Mt ,. W1 Q Estright, Steve Eirich, Javier c 3? 4 at "' 4? 1' , as., , , - iz A , 1 1 1 .. ...7 - . , Demon. . ', ' 5 4 'I 'gf i ' "Strike 1!" ,T . , ,,,., 'i "' ' "" ses: rrr 1 - l Q in I 1 Jason Vif"eY Plfches the ball- - - Virrey dives to makeme catch. 130 Frosh-Soph Boys Baseball Wrfi ,,,g Q V' y ' Q' ,' '- -, M, ,,', 1 5 W, , R Hd. . -V ,V an uv. .1 'P' ' FIS Softball Front row: Suz- anne Gibson, Wendy Young Row two: Barbara Medina, Tina Gonzales, Edna Felix, Mary Cisneros, Mia Reyes Row three: Vicki Garland, Pa- tricia Rodriguez, Randi Goodwin, Tammy Franco, Nikki Compton, Mimi Marti- nez, Jennifer Perez, Stephan- ie Torres, Coach Dave Ed- monson. Frosh-Soph beat BHS This year's best game for Frosh Tina Gonzalez throws a strike! wixyigf f , I .--U, .., nu, 'C - jf Soph girls softball was against last gl AyYAyy year's first-place team, BHS. The If score ended 14-7, in favor of Foot- 1 hill. The team kept their spirits high and won their home games. The key players for the 1988 team were Tina Gonzales, pitcher, and Mia Reyes, shortstop. wwf- Q .4 ff", ft 1 Torres makes the catch for the 3rd out! ?ifJ'ff' . '1 , . ,kyiag A, -za , J I , .4 ij. - ' ' A VA l ' 4. Stephanie Torres ready to hit a homerun. Frosh-Soph Girls Softball 131 IN I S I Ai 4. t M,,,,,t ,n,, , -s gui I V iw :E W Vrik 1 Vkyr :KVVV k,,Z, f i Q ",, -l ' -"' ii Junior Roger Acosta com- pletes a vault. 132 Varsity Boys Track Bottom row: Coach Oliver, Erin Bailey, Richard Herrera, Ernie Contreras, Paul Contreras, Chris Coyle, Coach McClintock 2nd row: Lamar Williams, Tony Spencer, Darrin Wynn, Joe Cooper, Roger Acosta, Steve Green, Charles Julian, Rocky Goff 3rd row: Odell Smith, Eric Fulmer, Ar- mando Hayes, Chad Ackerley, Jim Maricich, Scott Smith, Coach Moore Bous Trock ls Bock According to Varsity Track Coach Ted Oliver, this was the best track team at Foothill in over six years. They went undefeated in dual meets. ln the invitationals, the team always placed high and won many medals. This year's team had six individuals who rank in Foothill's all-time top ten in their events: Joe Coo- per inthe pole vault, Eric Fulmer in the 100 yard dash, Darrin Wynn in the 880 and mile, Odell Smith in the 300 l.H., Erin Bailey in the long jump, and Donte Glin- ton in the 110 H.H. "The closeness and unity of the individuals is what made this team betterthan others," said senior Chris Coyle. "The support we had for each other was great." M, A X -K, isa R ,. W Qsis J., Am ,, ggig WM AVVZ gm o, ls e 3 . , M ' , ff ' ,, , R: ww- 'ff' , f ' NW, I aw.. . -we 1 :Q 1 We 1' ...W W V M, was., .. .W A. . , "' I . '-" 'f ma. ., C 'A I ,... - ,I ' , W Wu "" v ' , i f. -- M W it . -A ' ' . ..ii " M . K , .L , 1wmlgmW, ,, th Ve. . .1 2, . I ,QW W ' 1 "Y 1' wi +'f'w't' it wg' ,,. . . . W, 'K 2 1' 'W "Gift ff: Qgnvw 1 4- - ' V . f' .. 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W - 211 ,k::s'vf -'HIV' A Iii: ' ' ,, Junior Erin Bailey gets air while attempting triple jump..- Frosh-Soph Track: Bottom Row: Jose Santos, Mark Lonsinger, Konala Davis, Nekito Demison, Danny Pearson, Justin Roland, Brady Maiden, James Dowell, Kevin McCla- nahan Middle Row Coach McClintock, Coach Oliver, Erwin Clemente, Luis Beadle, Jon Baker, Adam Setser, Eddie Jones, Diego Ruiz, Chris Martin Top Row: Bill Ricker, Kevin Eubanks, Mike McDonald, Tony Bailey, Jon Cartier, Burt Maldanado, Eric Marti- nez, Jacob Cadena, Danny Jacquez, Darren Gage, Jason Rankin, Primo Jaquez, Chris Wilson, Tom Prothero, Josh Thomas. Frosh!Soph Track 133 Mary Martinez strives for the finish in her F.H.S. run. 134 Girls Track Front row: Mary Martinez, Lisa Carbone, Larryanne Tatman, Elizabeth Clemente, Wynette Woodworth, Nicole Franklin, Sylvia Ponce de Leon, Karen Moore, Jenny Edgemond, Kim Walker. Flow Two: Coach Oliver, Janet Garza, Andrea Gonzales, Jennifer Bagby, Lottisha Thompson, Am- ber Colburn, Nanette Green, Pamela Woodworth, Coach Mc Clintock. Kim Walker hands over the baton to Lottisha Thompson in the 440 relay race. According to girls track team coach Rod McClin- tock, "The team had great distance and middle dis- tance groups. We had girls who were willing to com- pete in any event as long as it meant helping the team." Along with an SYL record of 5-2, the team set nu- merous records and received several medals for their relay events. Girls track displayed team effort in many ways making them all key players. However, special awards went to Mary Martinez, Most Valuable and High Pointg Jennifer Bagby, Most Improved, and Lottisha Thomp- son, Best Freshman Sprinter. a l Marchg4gNorth , . 'March .iat 1253. 'Invitational T T, March 17 F.H.S. -it E.B. 4 March 19 Taft ,invitational March 24 South. as March .25 De'5F?9.f. ' IUV'fat'UUifTii1i5ffiEfii5 March 29A Joaquin Relaysiff April 9 Wasco Invitational April 21 B.HgS.- April .23Kerni T lUV'i3fl9U?5 I 1 t APfil f29fl:liQ.lil8Dd Ch?"UP!9?'Sh'PS Sylvia Ponce de Leon sets her pace in the F.H.S. run. Girls Track 135 4 Nu: I Bjorn Moller reaches for the' serve against East High. Boys' and carts' Tennis SYL Schedule March 8 Highland March 11 ' -- West 1 March 15 T T BHS' March 18 1, 1 East, March 22 -i,1 Q1 i'Arvln h ' March 24 . i iiiii South April5 -,i, North April fie i f T Highland April 12? ' i'ii a ii. T 1- West .April1'5! 1 BHS April 19 ' East April 22 i Al'Yin April 26 1 T Sguth ief April 29 s May 6-7 . fi David Shumaker keeps his eye on the ball. 136 Boys Tennis Mikko Vanhala follows through on his serve. John Oliver sets up for the shot. H leorning ueor The 1988 boys' tennis team's strengths were dedication and willing- ness to learn, according to first-year coach Don Fleim. Outstanding players were for- eign-exchange students Bjorn Moller, Mikko Vanhala, and David Shumaker. The lack of experience in match play was the major weakness of the young team, but they were always learning and using new techniques in matches. Girls wolk ofter win Senior doubles players, along with junior Pam Allison, led the 1988 girls' tennis team. The team, coached by Laura Ghilarducci, had their most disappointing match at East High on March 18, when they lost the match 6-7 in a tie-breaker game. The highlight of the season came after their pre-season scrimmage in Shafter. Their "reliable" van carrying the tennis team quit at the corner of Fairfax and East Brundage Lane. The en- tire team got to walk back to school after winning their scrim- mage. Girls' Tennis: Front Plow: Serena Dingman, Kara Schuetz, Kathy Bolthous, Andrea Young, Marla Van- Schuyver, Pam Allison. Row Two: Candice Cas- troverde, Chonda Bar- cena, Jana Filmer, Mishell McQueen, Cindy Vega Flow Three: Coach Laura Ghilarducci, Leah Wehunt, Marella Gonzales, Nico- lette Nennig, Lori Moore, Diane Navarette Kathy Bolthouse waits for a volley. Jana Filmer runs for the ball. Andrea Young focuses onlthe ball. Girls Tennis 137 Golfers Club Lllest of golf. I their 7-3 record. Senior Darren Cobb makes a putt. I 9 Sophomore Timmy Ung tees off. 138 Golf "People do not appreciate how hard it re- ally is," said senior Justin Haynes, speaking Foothill's golf team put much effort into "West High was 8-O this year before we defeated them," says Coach Howard Hann. Foothill's outstanding players were soph- omores Ernie Schroeder, Stan Pryor, and Tim- my Ung, freshman Zane Morones, Senior Darren Cobb, and junior Marc Oberholzer. Golf Team Front row: Timmy Ung, Zane Mor- ones, Marc Oberholzer, Justin Haynes, Darren Cobb, CoachHoward Hanni. Second row: Ernst Schroeder, James Cecil, Tyler Reed, Jim Shelton, Jebb Brown. March March I M8l'Ch ..gMarch March Apriir April I ' Abril April April I . Senior Justin Haynes gets himself out of a tight spot. March' . lVl.arch.., April D' J Alpril .' Golf, J . sm-scngduieslss ,nn .4 . r ' West A V 8 S J ' -1.1 BHS V 15 lifghlalilsi '1fBiEZist 22 South y ,l,, 5 North WQST 12' BHS 1.5 ,,, Highland ff .Q 1 . ,V , , Eagt, 22 South ' Gregorus Ieod Swimmers Lack of participants meant the '88 swim team had to put extra effort into their per- formance. Foothill joined with East High to make one swim team. The Junior Varsity swimmers had to train hard to make up for the shortage of Var- sity Swimmers. The two top outstanding swimmers were senior Jessica Gregory and sopho- more John Gregory. Swim Team. 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' . , - - .- X iff X , .. . - U .1S1WXf, f X X W X S X L X ' XX X5 X X , , , 5 Q X ?f1g5X, FLQXB3 fs W gi ,X . X QE? 3 2 X X5 . ggwssv gi A X z wi ,. H A Si Clubs 141 s , 95 090 "All and all, the Business Club was a great I experience, although We g0u1d'Ve gptten Business Club - Front Row: Ana Perales lVice Presl, Cindy Vega fChairmanl, Row 2: Mario Martinez fActivitiesJ, Mike Hopkins tAdvisorJ, Waylan Hall fTreasl, Chuck Garcia tSecl. more involved. " - Cindy Vega German l l -'N J?x' 5 ,f K, f if J, fl? l German Front Flow: Floberta Davis, Missee Horn, Flow 2: Mona Hargadine lAdvi- sorj, Victoria Mettler, Mark Barnett, Tyler Reed, Mishell McQueen, Erin Kranz, Lisa LoBasso, Row 3: Mike Bowen, Brian Smith, WendyYoung, Tracy Brock, Dustin Car- perter, Row 4: AJ Whitaker, Robert Ivy, Jason Spickler, Mike Manoso, James Cecil. 142 Clubs German Officers: Erin Kranz QSecl, Tyler Reed l fPresl, Mishell McQueen Nice Presl y "Can you believe it? After a Whole year of German I still can 't understand Thilo. " - Mishell McQueen -,.r p. La Raza - Front Row: Becky Aguiree, Lena Alvary, Selinda Herrera, Lori Rodriguez, Isabella Rios, Gloria Morales, Row 2: Ms. Zamora lAdvisorl, Chuck Garcia, Minerva Terrazas, Rich- ard Herrera. Row 3: Jay Salinas, Ernie Contreas, Al Uribe, David Varela, Arlene Marroquin, Anita Joven, Angelica Orozco, Sherry Martinez. Row 4: Mario Martinez, Gilbert Gonzales, Jesse Parra, Jaime Navarrette. fl'Bl1Ch A IQAZA La Raza Club Officers - Ms. Zamora QAdvisorl, Glo- ria Morales, Becky Aguirre, Richard Herrera, Ernie Contreras "La Raza is a club that takes trips to various colleges in California and is responsible for the Cinco de Mayo program towards the and of the school year." - Chuck Garcia "Oni, oui!" - Kristin Matheny "C"est Ia vie!" - Cathleen Gravatt - -w French Club Officers: Maria Garcia iSecJ, Lanette Erassarret Nice Presj, Heather Gorolon lPresJ, Michaela Garcia iTreasJ French Club - Front Row: Terri Hazelwood, Norma Pagan, Mirella Gonzales, Margarita Papan Row 2: Nancy Vernon, Heather Gorolon, Michaela Garcia, Wendy Elliot, Lanette Erarrarret, Mike Supernau, Amber Colburn, Claudia Marquez, Maria Garcia, Paula Maroquin. Clubs 143 if 0 35 fe' 44. - - lie VanHooser, Matt Wooster FFA - Front Flow: Chris Brown, Matt Niel, Vicki Harmon, Nikki Bramlette, Wahonna Dugan, Eli Donati. Flow 2: Clay Freeman, Joyce Kelley, Kari Kaiser, Justin Olson, Damon Lamar, Char- "I t is impossible to describe all of the things that F.F.A. has done for me throughout my Foothill years. " FFA Officers - Front Flow: Joyce Kelley lTreasJ, Nikki Bramlette lSecl, Row 2: Kari Kaiser lPresl, Matt Wooster lSentineIl - Kari Kaiser S.A.D.D. "You are what you pretend to be." Students Against Drunk Driving - Front Row: Chuck Garcia, Donna Guerra, Kim Walker, Julie Anglin, Norma Payan, Sausha Chaney. Row 2: Kevin Kimmel, Shannon Rodgers, Duane Ber- nard, Valerie Morgan, Katrina Willis. Flow 3: Donald Reim, Jamie Grissom, Brian Wilke, Jenni Edgemon, Margarita Payan. Row 4: Bill Flicker, Steve Prater, Shelly Wehunt, Kristi Young, Michelle Flobberstad, Melinda Robberstad. - Shannon Rogers SADD Officers - Norma Pagan lTreasJ, Kim Walker lPuby, Shannon Rodgers, Nice Presj, Kevin Kimmel fPresl, Chuck Garcia lSecJ. if Q4' I 9 vw' Math Club - Front Row: Lisa LoBasso, Pam Jacobson, Pam Allison, Elizabeth Clemente. Row 2: Tim Schmidt, Darren Cobb, Jeff Downs. "So I differentiate the sum of the square of . . . AAARRRGGHHHHH!!! - Tim Schmidt Math Club Officers - Lisa LoBasso lPresJ, Pam Allison Greasy, Jeff Downs lSeci, Tim Schmidt lVice Presy OI'8l1SiCS "It's debatable!" - Belen Ramirez prim! Forensics Officers - Reggie Johnson, Forensics - Front Row: Chuck Garcia, Candice Castroverde. Row 25 Mi- Mark Setser, Trudy Campos. chelle Janota lAdvisorJ, Karen Porter. Flow 3: Mark Setser, Reggie John- son, Belen Rameriz, Trudy Campos. Clubs 145 S0 if om uf 'S Spotlighters - Front Flow: Tina Ebert, Thilo Kliefoth, Kerri Wagner, Carrie Dunning, Melinda An- drews. Row 2: Anna Moore, Kim Walker, Jana Filmer, Jon Coleman, Mark Setser, Missy Slider, Robby Guyton, Devin Flambo, Lupe Martinez, Janelle Breland. Row 3: Christa Moore, Roberta Davis, Paul Colburn, Laura Shoemake, Derek Webster, Jarri Edgeman, Penne Madsen, Chris Hoofard, Cindy Castaneda, Gia Smith, Bonnie Hillman, Teresa Peter, Michelle Wertz, Flow 4: Doug Hulsey, Flamon Garza, Chris Osborn, Marcus Mills, Peg Pauly 1Advisorl, Philip Holcombe, Tim Pruett, Karen Porter, Joel Price. ,agait aa.kW'f, r M I President: Derek Webster, Vice President: Mark Setser, Secretary: Jon Coleman 146 Clubs "Glory comes few and far between for the performer. The greatest award achieved is not trophies or popularity, but the simple confidence obtained in pleasing an audience. " - Kelli Jean A t CI b F 4 .,, Vg ,V .Y wr .', : ' ' Q fair! M 'fi' at ' 'W' 'VV C V Zil 'i i5't'i'2fa5, Secretary: Jennifer Doll, President: Christy Green, Vice President: Cari Sar- geant, Sergeant of Arms: Gina Reno, Treasurer: Julee Covington. "I t was an exciting and enlightening artistic ex- perience. " Art Club - Front Row: Diana Dominguez, Tim Elms, Cari Sargeant, Jennifer Doll. Row 2: Laura Ghilarducci, Stephanie Hayes, Christy Green, Gina Reno, Julee Covington. 1 Gina, Rena e C? 9660 eo WAI l i Academic Decathlon - Front Ftow: Lisa LoBasso, Chuck Garcia. Row 2: Tim Schmidt, Kathy Bolthouse, Flow 3: Julie Goodwin, Pam Allison, Steve Bsharah QAdvisorJ, Keith Young. "The highlight was the all-day study day in the library. It wasn't the studying that was fun - it was the donuts and pizza and candy and . . . " "I t was a boss experience." - Karen Farquhar "Oh, I'm sorry, your Honor, I forgot that I can't object to what you say." - Jason Moore - Kathy Bolthouse DC -I-fiiil CMR 1 eittiow Executed Y fl Mock Trial: Front Row: Kathy Bolthouse, Julie Zisk tAdvisorJ, Marla Van Schuyver, Pam Allison, Tim Schmidt, Peter Erickson, Kevin Kimmel, Kristen Matheny, Lisa LoBasso, Julie Goodwin, Mishell McQueen, Bruce Wahlquist, Jason Moore. Row 2: Karen Farquhar, Harry Love QAdvisorJ Clubs 147 I MHdfiQHlS Madrigals - Front Row: Jim Abney, Kristina DiMolfetto, Chris Box, Janette Garza, Car- ol Rodgers fAccompanistJ, Mellissa ONeal, Brian Miller, Jackie Garza. Row 2: Rachel Salau, Benny McKay, Tanya Gonzales, Mark Setser, Jon Coleman, Kathy Amster, Derek Webster, Greg Lapp tDirectorJ, Not Pictured: Tina Mead. "Mads has been a great experi- ence for me. I met new people and made new friends. Besides who else is going to keep an eye on Mr. La pp ? " -Rachel Salau fMa.drigalsj 148 Clubs Concert Choir Concert Choir - Front Row: Marsha Salinas, An- drea Gonzales, Lorie Moore, Lori Gutierrez. Row 2: Greg Lapp tDirectorJ, Frances Payton, Angela Martin, Danielle Taylor, Lauri Shoe- make, Leanna Hall, Julie Goodwin. Row 3: Jen- nifer Sorg, Tony Guzman, Brian Miller, Chris Martin, Dale Myers, Jim Abney, Carol Rodgers tAccompanistl. Row 4: Tina Thompson, Jerry Blevins, Erik Valles, Tim Schmidt, Benny McKay, Tim Thompson, Kathy Amster, Kate De- laney, Not Pictured: Melissa Mays. "You want me to sell . . wl1at?!?!" - Tim Schmidt f Concert Choirj ' ' "l a0..fR.Q, 1' -anim' Beeinnine ChOil' Beginning Choir - Front Row: Roshelle Marti- nez, Zoe Mufti, Andrea Elizade, Kim Grau, Min Shin, Irene Casteneda, Julie Miller. Row 2: Greg Lapp tDirectorJ, Natalie Forbess, Vikki Harmon, Brandi Blevins, Margaret Jnarez, Michelle Har- well, Becky Engstrom. Row 3: Norma Pagan, Patrina Walker, Kellie Austin, Vicki Zucco, An- nette Blackwell, Melinda Andrews, Charisa Daniels, Pam Wages. Row 4: Diane Bilyeu, Seon Kim, Tim Thompson, Kevin Fletcher, Daniel Reyes, Dale Myers, Juan Gonzales, Lanette James, Not Pictured: Deana Bond, Pat Trevino, Natalie Burlock, Lisa Duval, Brenda Fritz, Cindy Hanes, Sandy Johnson, Amy McGee, James Middleton, Tammie Musick. e We FHS Band - Front Row: Candice Carmona, Michelle Foss, Michelle Roberstad, Gina Sutton, Janet Johnson, Rhonda Simon, Crystal Julian, Audrey Mitchell, Trina Tenison, LeAnne Wilson, Kaylene Beasley, Kim Myrick, Lori Wilson, Michelle Minor, Dawn Frost, Brandy Love, Tami Gonzales, Anndrea Gonzales, Paula Marroquin, Hilda Huizar, Rachel Woodworth. Row 2: Clayton McComhs, Darren Blanton, Kevin McClarakan, Luis Beadle, Brad Euentse, Jesus Pineda, Nash Granados, Shad Swan- son, Tony Boschini, Jose Montes, Steve Wilcox, Keith Young. Row 3: Ali Wilcox, Stephani Bazzell, Diane DeLaHuerta, Gaute Soto, Cecelia Guevara, Wendy Elliott, Cynthia Ramirez, Raul Zubia, Timi Williams, Shelly Coffey, Gilbert Ortega, Nancy Vernon, Dani Sue Skeen. Row 4: Agustin Reyes, Ther- esa Grissom, April Harris, Juan Gonzales, Gail Brammer, Penne Madsen, Jeanette Garza, Jackie Garza, Letti Ramirez, Brandon Jones, Rachel Salau, Kim Garlock, Jim Shelton, Rolando Ramos, Alan Dorten. Row 5: Susan Story, Kristin Young, Becky DiMarrio, Michelle Jensen, John Oliver, James Oliver, Jason Breazeale, Mike Delaney, David Walsh, Richard Carmona. Row 6: Dot Morey, Mr. Miller, Mike Scott, Mike DiMario, Kevin Eubanks, Bruce Wahlquist, Johnathon Cartier, Mike Superneau, Katrina Wilie, Karen Wahlquist. i "Our percussion was a bang!" - Timi Williams 0l'ChBStl'i5l FHSXEB Orchestra - Front Row: Ericka Baradat lEBl, Manuel Vargos KEBJ, Julie Goodwin, Candice Castroverde. Row 2: Christine Pott lE'3l, Trica Neville lEBj, Renee Cooper, Steffani Warner QEBJ, Shirley Soza lEBJ, Patricia Castruita lEBJ, April Miranda, Vicky Ortega lEBJ, Krista Whealy lEBJ, Cindy Burr fEBl, Denise Stevens LEBJ. Row 3: Carloine Alderman, Jennifer Whealy tEBl, Nancy Snyder LEBJ, Mauri Taylor lEBl, Lucy Reyes QEBJ, Kaylene Beasley, Brenda Jeffries, April Rodgers, Krista Well lEBl, Julie Burr fEBl, Irene Garcia lEBJ, Felicia Benquente, Daniel Newhearth lEBl, Row 4: Richard Southwick lEB Directorj, Beau Wickham lEBJ, Chris Ramos lEBl, Keith Young, Chuck Huston lEBl, Geoff Dunham lEBJ, James Oliver, John Oliver, Isaac Sanchez tEBl, Valerie McClusky lEBl, Jennifer Lyel fEBl, Norris Miller LFHS Directorl, FHS Band Officers Front Row: Timi Wil- liams, April Harris, Keith Young, Diane DeLaHuerta, Kim Garlock, Katrina Wilie. Row 2: Jason Breazeale, Rachel Salau, Bruce Wahlquist, Theresa Grissom, Alan Dorton. Clubs 149 -1' Km Ski Club - Front Flow: Kathy Neufield lAdvisorJ, Diego Ruiz, Karin Glissel, David Shumaker, Darren Cobb, Pam Jacobson, Trica Mack, Lori Hawkins, Jennifer Hartenberger, Jay Forsythe, Juilo Mercado lAdvisorJ Flow 2: Mikko Vanhala, JW Beard, George Denney, Don Reim, Mar- ilyn Wertz, Craig Michaud, Thilo Kliefoth. "I conquered the DropOut at Mammoth on my first ski trip! Too bad it Wa,sn't on skis! - Lori Hawkins f beginning skierj ii Ski Club Officers: Pam Jacobson lVice Presj, An- drea Young lSergeant of Armsl, Not Pictured: ff -Hp, Kami Meadows lPresJ, Trica Mack lTreasl Bonsai. . . - Tricia Mack 0hl1 llir 1 ,f cf John Muir Officers: Lisa LoBasso, Julie Goodwin, Jeff Downs, Flandi Goodwin, Marla VanSchuyver. I if ! ' ff!! John Muir - Front Bow: Lisa LoBasso, Kelly Shown, Marla VanSohuyver, Randi Goodwin. Don t play In the ?Vy" Row 2: Jeff Downs, Julie Goodwin, Mathy Canaday, Brandy Stokoz, Lillian Brewer. - L1Sa LoBasso 150 Clubs i i Block F - Front Row: Jeff Simpson, Artie Gonzales, Scott Smith, Kevin Kimmel Darrin Wynn, Lori Hawkins, Jay Forsythe, Chuck Garcia. Flow 2: Josh Williamson Roger Acosta, Josh Thomas, Jim Maricih, Gina Fieno, Christy Green, Julee Cov ington, Trey Martin, Kristen Matheny, Kara Scheutz, Archie Wright, Paul Mantey Pam Woodworth, MaryAnn Martinez, Ned Permenter fAdvisorl, Mike Dimaria Ramona Esparza, Todd Scattini, Richard Rameriz, David Jones, Brian Gerber Aaron Hoofard, Darren Cobb, Arthur Charles, Mike Denvir, Scott Moore, Alex Haulman, Thilo Kliefoth, Fred Monsibais, Chad Ackerly "I t was more the members than the activities that made the Block F great!" - Chad Ackerl y "We're bad, and we know it!" - Artie Gonzales MA MAIDS Mat Maids - Front Row: Deanne Guilliot, Lupita Martinez, Jarri Edgemon, Joy Kennedy fAdvisorl, Shannon Bryant, Crystal Forrister, Erin Nickel. WW Block F Officers - Jim Mariclch lSec.l, Ar- chie Wright tTreasl, Lori Hawkins Nice Presl, Mike Denvir fPubJ, Chad Ackerly fPresl "Mat Maids is the club to be in - especially if you have spirit and like wrestling. " - Jarri Edgemon Clubs 151 By lub "We've done a lot for the people in the com- munity who don't have a lot." - Craig Michaud "It's more than just a club - it's an adven- ture. t - Chris Coyle IP Key Club: Front Row: Chris Coyle, Craig Michaud, Treye Martin, Kevin Kimmel. Row 2: Ronnie Richards, David Jones, Mark Setser, Chuck Garcia. Row 3: Darren Cobb, Luis Levanos, Jay Forsythe, Key Club Officers: Front Row: David Jones, Kevin Kim- Richard Rameriez, Tim Schmidt, Steve Green, Dennis Gronz, Jeff mel, Craig Michaud, Chris Coyle. Back Row: Ronnie Downs. Richards, Jeff Downs. Honors KK! Im overdosed on bake sales but it was worth it when we saw the beach at SLO." - Charmaine Poon Honors Club - Front Row: Lisa LoBasso, Karen Farquhar, Charmaine Poon, Mark Setser, Adam Set- ser, Karen Parter, Row 2: Pam Allison, Jodi Herrera, Candice Castroverde, Karen Walhquist, Trina Martinus, Jim Shelton, Bill Ricker, Brian Wilke, Paul Sherman, Chuck Garcia, Row 3: Laurel Gaddie, Leah Brownlee, Marla VanSchuyver, Bryan Plant, Edward Guyton, Travis Simmons, Randy McKee- gan. Row 4: Jeff Downs, Peter Erickson, Keith Young, Tim Schmidt, Adrienne Cooper fAdvisorJ. 152 Clubs ,'n, ww I if fi Q Keywanettes - Front Row: Mirella Keywanettes Officers - Julie Goodwin - Vice Pres., Lt. Gov. - Marla Vanschuyver, Mark Setser - Dream Boat, Randi Goodwin - Sec., Mirella Gonzales - Publicity, Kelly Shoon - Treasurer, Michelle Garland - Pres. lnot Picturedj Lori Moore, Dianna Mavarette, Candice Castrov- erde, Mark Setser, Row 2: Windy Bromley, Hollie Duvall, Sonya Duarte, Kelly Shoon, Amy Cress, Row 3: Tammi Sosa, Felicia Benaventz, Julie Goodwin, Pam Allison, Marla VanSchuyver. Row 54: Mathy Canaday, Lillian Brewer, Michelle Janota lAdvisorJ, Randi Goodwin. "Keywanettes have done an extreme amount of work for California-Nevada- J and Hawaii this year. I am proud especially of the money we have raised for the Alzheimers Foundation to help fund research to battle the disease. " - Marla VanSch u yver "Any club that is willing to offer me food to come to lunch meetings is a club that I respect and admire and am willing to attend." - Pam Jacobson 4, .. California Scholarship Federation 5 CSF Officers - Pam Jacobson - Vice Pres., CSF - Front Row: Jennifer Hartenberger, Peter Erickson, Pam Jacobson, Mikko Vanhala, David Shu maker, Richard Herrera, Dianna Navarette, Row 2: Heather Gorden, Kathy Bolthouse, Lori Hawkins Elizabeth Clemente, Lisa LoBasso, Marla VanSchuyver, Mishell McQueen, Pam Allison, Cindy Vega Chuck Garcia, Uriel Pacheco, Cynthia Lisuk lAdvisorJ, Row 3: Leah Brownlee, George Denney, Shan Kathy Bolthouse - Treasurer, Lisa Lo- Basso - Pres., Trica Hullet - Sec. non Rodgers, Trica Hullet, Amanda Ruiz, Jeff Downs, Tim Schmidt, Kristen Matheny, Mark Setser, ' Laura Padula, Tim Schmidt, Adam Navarette, Phyliss Jung lAdvisorJ, Loretta Barnes lAdvisori Clubs 153 , 0 S Trojan Line - Front Row: Kaylene Beasley, Kim Myrick Row 2: Rachel Woodworth, Candice Carmona, Michele Foss, Hilda Huizar Row 3: Michelle Robberstad, Gina Sutton, Janet Johnson, Rhonda Simon, Jami Gonzales, Anndrea Gonzales, Paula Marroquin Row 4: Crystal Julian, Audrey Mitchell, Trina Tenison, LeAnne Wilson, Lori Wilson, Michelle Minor, Dawn Frost, Brandy Love. Not Pictured: Veronica Hernandez, Tina Gamino "Some people look down on the drill team, but once they get in it they enjoy it. " - Kaylene Beasley "Homecoming events brightened up our club - everyone T'0Jan Live Officers .' KaV'e"e, BeaS'eY fCo-Captainl, Kim Myrick fCaptainJ showed up to the meetings for once!" - Tina Mead ,f1fl'0',Al11Bl'iCill1 ASSOCii:ltiDl1 Afro-American Officers: Front Row: Tina Mead, Stephanie Childs. Flow 2: Tony Bailey, Michele Walker 154tJVW Clubs ',if,,,11,,,i-A5572 K: . . Afro-American Association - Front Row: Tina Mead, LaTondra Viewens. Row 2: Stephanie Childs, Tony Bailey, Michele Walker, Amos Adams. if AAA awry 17 Garcia Trey Martin Amy Cress Mark Setser Jeff Downs Reggie Johnson Richard Rugnao Devin Rambo Pam Jacobson Thilo Kluefoth Craig Mi chaud, Arlene Kindel fAdvisory. Row 2. Kristin Matheny, Chris Coyle, Darren obb, Adam Setser, Tim Schmidt. 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Dr. Bruce wants to continue to develop student pride in their school and themselves. What better way to let the student enjoy school more, but through improved atten- dance. Dr. Bruce, along with teachers and parents, want Foothill to be a place where students want to come, learn and have fun too. Along with this idea came the intermural games during lunch, planned to keep many students on campus participating in the fun, organized games. "l'm always looking for new things to do," said Dr. Bruce. 158 Administration , L t t 1,21 - i Q, ...- Q ,,..- ., .M3l..li.V .. w, ,..,. .. - S ' X553 X gat Y L lm X ta 'Qs .t ti s.. X x s tw xx X N N s 3 WNW X iff. - ' . 8 'A A zff-t t- . f i Q A , .,.. it x tv t Q 'M . S ta K 1-f '.-- 1 ,.-sm. ., Dr. Bill Bruce, Principal V ' ' .V 'lf 2 , L -,,,,,,,,mw 1 Bill Jones, Assi M X I f . W Q ax S Y ' ...hi t t - I ' lp:-fsslggg -s K f f' e r 1 ' 517: X ' , r as r 'H' 'APY-PKMJ 2 i t 'Y : egg N . X .55 at els is igsttgas Els-I--J s i stiilast g .---' ' 1 rrrr -.-- vw ,, has ' as-iw V ,Q 'rf . ,,-3 ' it ' i'71f"Lwzw xt it stant Principal sl 11 r Donald St. Clair, Assistant Principal ,..--v Principal Dr. Bill Bruce came to Foothill from West High. 1 KHSD Board of Trustees. lBottoml Earle Gibbons, Clerkg Fred Starrh, Ken Secor and Brent Casper, Vice President. F Q is is S GOP? Bill Voss, Jerrold Robinson, Dean Of Students Athletics Director .Ax MN A A Q. W K Murfin Neal Olsen, for ef- stitj? she said, 'ifrtom underclothes to g 0726175 out i ischool This years administration, teachers and staff, include many who have trays eled to various places around the world. Counselor Sue Nashsshas traveled to New England with and is plarnfnringttrrto tour Europe this summer. Besiydesitbeing a traveler at heart, Nash is currently involved in the Assistance League, a program set ruprto help cloth school children who othervirisre ,mig ht not attend, school becausetsoytttgilratiki of cloth- mg- t ,tts t i 1 Therlissistance League has a Store called The1Bargain Box, where a volun- teer staff works Saturdays to provide services to these needy studentsp i "lt's just like a regular dtepartment Store, where students get to ,lr 5 irir Walk around and,,pitik5ig,uip one complete out- socks, and shoes. The clothes arefdonated from local stores or by tamif lies. Qualified students can receive complete outfit every3semester." 1 160 Administration , ,, .ftfffi ffffxtxfgtfiit C09f?seiOI',Sue Nash. i 'li ff Assistant Principal Bill Jones is in his first year at Foothill. tal? I -- V fff- l .zl wgwlae-V I wfefi' f K : 55, V I C.: My W ' . ,, 5 A I , . ,, , D,mA l . , -'ffsfn is I MMA C l C. C - I - '- so fi r ? '-- ' , x in . 5 lla' , l, r . fi f 'v-.,,. : , 1 35 , 11, , llls VV,. fs Russ Casteen, l Counselor ...augu- E V X , 352 . Jerry Haner, Counselor -::, ,,,,- l AN Q, 4 48? 'N B . 1 . 4 r V. ,A Q , M iz? Sv 1 1' V Q 4 Y ff f' , 'A A H L .frM A ,V Q. 4 7, 3.. . :I .si.,,1 - H : ,V ,aw W .:,, .y:,,, A 1 '?:si,,'5Hf'5L N ' ' S , E , f X' f S 7 Q 5' 9? mf L' 5 'f . 5 ll Sue Nash, Counselor Bob Norwood, Counselor Emma Olmedo, Counselor C lrll Jerry l-lener Gpuhsels student. s f rizify. all em, 5. if Q luv g ' Adlrvfsnleffaflon 61 Qs in J k Q Q 5 f Q f x 3 sf bill K MS, s.. . is X . f..i. V -s 3 .X Hg, 1 S 5 Q' X . J' S r X fm is .: f fi QQ -.... b L,--k, . ---L , . .,'f . L Q 2 ghk Qi , .... N.. so sz X lf, .f -12 ffff.,eif" ,, . .... ,. .....,,..,, .--- . Q. ., ,.,. . 1 J.. sig.. my gm S, 2 ...S , .. I K ff 1,,L :-- I sl Ei . .. ,Fi ll... f III John Beihl, English Qs Shaikh in X X E t l 5 Q . . 3 XXV .... ... . ' , ,, K ,W .s i l 2. il. W W X Kg, N N E.-:gk g wx-vssik sw K X l - ' X Q E X 3 X Joe Brackley, English Fluss Clark, English 3 igilli - - - " 'C .. sf me .KX . .X,'s Englishfgteaoher selected asmentor Elaine Conley, Adriane Cooper, English English . n' 3 ,Q R. l ...M .X ' Q A so figfpi Michelle Janola, Phyllis Jung, English English . 1 , l f Q5 ' ll - ' 1 2 2 1 l ll Joyce Van Dermeulen, f English -- ' l ll ,... - N' 1 I L - L gel-f l ll f' if ,, 9' T' "5l3':f:?E,?i T . 'efT'5f555f -, 11712, Q 1 ::- , X lf' -fT:'1Ifff1,' l "' ii:5fEiF+ Marilyn Wertz, 2- English 5 5 li? 1- , .Kg S 555. 22 11. X ,.1111, 1 L . . 'Q 5 ' " T l i I lk QM .. . .. '15, ,- , - ge N 6,5 Le Qw- .3 g m .. RQ, all X gp X W M -X R 1 N? wx X NX is W 32 X AX Eg, N N I W X I y X lb Xie SX if 3 N .-wa? fl? gl nf l f ,QS X s 5 .eww ., . - - - ,, -. . X ' : 1: jew.-iq:..Ev:.sa:Xi . NWN x X, T I - M '-A ',-TK X , 1 Linda Lundquist, Bob Macquire English English 5 K Kathy Neufeld, Darlene Sullivan EHQIISP1 English X 5,18 3, x Mtf,WfJ:Ig5i5, :MTW ffl, I "ff '59 ' q.?!5"i 'V A ,r it 5 ,-1-,g,-,H we f 1 asm, fzwff.."f-1f':Lgfyfffifw ag ax I N ,ilfjjlf .. - gf 'F f,E5f'I, .fm ...-5i::JE.:sr::!!,x,inlifwf I . V,,...,, W, . K 4 Q ,M I ' ,, fl f Ha , , - - li it ' Nifii? ' I , 3 '1- . I A ' ,,,, I , 7, M Y Gary Christiansen, Foreign Language I, f I 5 - '7W',: ,f gy 'I 'iw' " " ,v.. a ! ' I I E5 K N J ' rl ' Thomas Moroies, Foreign Language Anna Zamora, Foreign Language Spanish teacher Tomas Moroles reviews an assignment with freshman Jason Virrey. . I. ,,,.. L 'if--,1 an . MA ,, ,,,, ..., M at D- .iid ,, '20 I ..... , ,,.,.... , ,I I f ,,... 1, , ., ., ,c.. an . , . f iq,--weaws . ,, s,efs"I:?fif-W W - 'f wx ggkijfzgilw ff i Us - I I I f , Stag, 5gglQ,f,lffI,,,,gf,,,if.,,2iggi, ,, ,yw --,, , - ---, ,. ,: 5. I , f"' -tt ,t,, ,agmffv-K r :lf1vg,g35 fr 1s':+,ssf55Wgg2: F5ff5b2sieg,vv ' . 19 I I A ",", M ,.": 'Wi - - I I B I I Miti I ' ',,. .. , A we X I Darrell Abercrombie, Dave Olds, Industrial Arts Industrial Arts ,Q A im' .V A--- -, , ',,, ' I ---f, ,.t, ' 2 , ,A-- 'F' ,i,,, : 1 I " A , wi It ' .. Us 'ii' - I' 'isi , Q A me L .., 3 T5 Carl Ross, Dick Weige lt, Industrial Arts Industrial Arts FEM? Eli IEKLIILE EEE llEE5f FUZLA I E 'ff 1 64 Staff EEN TU fEEL7EE5 Q' All :- 'ki :LL y Steve Bsharah, i S' Social Studies Social Studies teacher Jo Fulcher assists juniors Kevin Bozarth and Billy Killman in U.S. history. it 7 3 s'bh i W. ft, ' ,L ,. :nf ,M .1 4 1 ft , MM .. 2 -K, H -F .. o,,, - .,,,. , . t I.. ff , I .tsl wi -fl,-.mil-,W ,, V.. HM Ext ,,,,, A. ,- ,,, 5 ,,,, M ,,,,,... , tel, ll, ,,,. , ....,,,, ,,,, . , ,. ,, , .., .. . o,,, .. QM, A .lm elf ,,,, ww-i. ifwaw' if s:w.wf,ff?Y2' iz,y?gghtP'2i?S9En siigiwii,Q13-fiifev1.m'f ' '11fmwjgg,.gf.:f 3 5, 1 .4-:.f5g.M,g,:ggglgw-,-gggmwgV ., . 3 l I W -' 2 a i , "" 1 5 "1 f m. f- hz F' ,. 2,1 - , :Ia 23'-:asvVffzlzzfitefir. f , ' . u f , , s o,,,, l . ' i . W Z - Y fi' J isii , 2 55 1 I , , ,t,,,, S S K A gf w z , A. , Q l ,,,.. ,, I .,,, fa ,,,, , A t, ,, j.t.,, .. , . ,,,.. 14, . , .W l .X-ei, , F- - 1 fm- sm-W,,,,,, . 7, l -. vw V .. if-,,,.i,g,,,4,. WWW- f . ,ii --,sts ,fi .,...., : he 4' ' 'X '+'Vfi'g . f Y ., at If - , . 5,,A:f:,flf,1g5i ' , i ,fz'w" 1' A ' f it 'vs' " 2 N 2 4 " ffi'i5T1f,,i- ' ::a.sfS2f,v"'-'Evals - 'sn iff' - , , - QMZQ BFISQ ' -, uk. 905 . , ' 'na g-Q S A, ' iEfff'ifisi:'1.:i K . ' f . 1 l ' gig' .11-'mfr Xw"'r 'A1w me 3 2 , i 4 msc'-ff.. rug.-X-,'-'. Q :xr c, ,,.. :z ia' 'bw-f,' ' Qi. :fx ,v . " :f:fi.lf: ru m i Hit ev : iff' . - 1 1 , 2 fi 5. fa. 5 Wfff- A-:L E, ff---- swims: ,, ,-. Jo Fulcher, David Gelios, Harry Love, Social Studies Julio Mercado, ' Social Studies Social Studies Loretta Salau, Social Studies Social Studies I if -i"w V, :.. ,,:, ,, . ,.. Z X t pm S ,, , - " 4" -- 4T?,3f'i' it 1 -,'-- ' qi -K x My X as W 1, f 52 J fa, if Wifi W Q ,, -gc? lu, K E-t 1 , K X L ga mr J , r dp 3' W l get 1 1' 1555 Syl 'N if X P 2 5 4 ' 13.,, eg 'W N ii i I lag l i 1 1 W is L n Y 'Qi i Q3 ii , sim A 4 X X, J X "fr i jf, xxf, at' if fa we ,f , fs F A jf 4? lv 5 wie, 'gif N l 'fi M I Y Q iff t. . .t,,,. .lit , t1.'..., H , ,., fy :w,,,,-at M,,w,, , wi - -aw, ' 4 5 ' .iw .- .1 - ' wt.wi-efii,'vg,-2:51 I V . e David Slagle Social Studies Staff 1 65 LiU!5ELlL'!5E fill!! Lffllb fflffli 1' - Loretta Barnes, Greg Lapp, Business Fine Arts A A - A t 1 ' , r ' ' A "-r r, A A f "" 1 . Y M: V . V "L .. . 7 . , filf' A A ' , 515 ifwiifif' r it ' r,,, ' fm fr V QXW-we is Norris Miller, Fine Arts Dennis Lewis, Business ff M, ei, W v Arlene Kindel, Business Peg Pauley, Fine Arts The year for the started off early with Arlene Kindel developing the Student Store into a proj- ect in small business management. With sale profits, they completely remodeled the store. Seniors also had a chance to participate in an all-day workshop with the American Society of Personnel Administrators. The Business Department also had guest speakers from the Fashion Institute and Santa Barbara Business Corporation. 1 66 Staff Librarian Julie Zisk makes a presentation to an En glish class. LMT!! Q ,, f,., 7 , ,.t, W M at h 245 W Irv Dalke, '-1 A -fr' 2? At:W::wfff s1,f' P f 3' - A ' iiy, 1 T V53 A irrr t 5 A sirrc ag ' rr f it p ig 5 v U ,V t 1 W X ,,. ,,,,, MH, C. ,,,,.. f X ff Z 44 r f fr 1 fx 11-me. f yisw, f'12wf5m?qqgfgkffy- ,',f.,, if l 4 , 4 " il ifgffyifh 55: r 4 Jan Graves, Math ziggy' gi? " - " uw-5 ff---- .wa -52.Figi..gsZfw W .. " . ' w Q ' i X , eat Q, is isa hmAA 7. i 1. ' W . ' L . - ' .. . , .. ig 3559 ' g ... X J... .. ' 1: '- .. .. f 13? , W, . 'Y " f ' A . - Sp mf fi? - I K ' -Q: .E ip . f.-" L .,, ,... 1, , . L N N R . i in , , to it . A fmfgsizfifi -siszif.-Qfwri' wsiivfsfw .-if " N -g.. i.W...m...-f ,-fin,-.X. .-w.a..ff Mike Hopkins, Math Cynthia Lisuk, Math Rod Mclintock, Math Q - X i I .5 -S s ziifsiifiviff 25 ? fag: ,' :ig E554 fi S . . ' - wr 5' .r N fi K ' ' ' Q- f . -' fi a I Q Q. K K... g j . K I I Q Q ' ' , K o , , gag e. O Q I X , fi g . 3, I , 0 v . . r r Sandra Meagher, b John Minear, V Math Math Chet Smith, Math - - - 2 I I - I - - 2 5 H ,ii Science teacher Dave Hanley got "slimed" at our fall carnival. M ,,' ,ff:rEai,,,55ii 5 ' , ., H , 3. .K Q ,, ' gg- -. 1 .W I . 1...,i.g,, I I W .... . . ii: Vfiiiiiinizm .. f---- 4 . .-fy ,ffif-2. -'1 '- . t. . X . i ' i 1 . fafmzgf iisxg' T in i i :viii Wig E, .5 .s2L'i.:::. 5 ... .. i V, K . Y . e .. - .. . Q W fi . f .. - ... . ,, f:k,m.M X Y tt-Q. ,- .. i 1 ' 1: - ' W f... .f .- f ...tw ... "i Q L xg' .... , iii , ,,.... ,, . .El ., Wie ,gk K 1 3 :I 3 ' John Thomas, Math i i Jack Warren, Math Staff 1 67 EUELZYE ' 5 " ' X, .. 5 S .. 'F .fi A Steve Collett, Science l 1 68 Staff Physics teacher Joe Fontaine discusses a problem with seniors Lori Hawkins, Kevin Kimmel and Jason Forsythe. ' 1-'v -1-t , ' X . 152. tt Q X -a ltivx ,.h,... , , , ..., 'Nw s Sh .. ik, ,,....,, , . - sttt . , if if me ,pi , ' , A ,... X -:::::,:.:: .... , gm . "M:-. . :.x,5,, .. , ,-.. 7 xt mm " . rw- I T5 '. ' 55371155 ' 'Y ' Joe Fontaine, David Hanley, Frank Kom, Science Science Science Asa we I Tom Porter, Don Fieim, Hal Worthington, Science Science Science DU QIELUZLU EEEEELT ELI X . Diane Bachtel, Physical Ed. 557 'K f V ,, ,t --.. my wm- iv f. fi. me 12.015 wifi.: ,,,f J , all --- fm. 35. my .1 44,54 ienimftqfy In Vg :,,, R S HH' "', L it it E sll ' 1 6 . 9 Q i ,,,, 5.2 ww, - 1' " Mary Lynn Conley, Physical Ed. - . .. ...MMQ Y if-.. . 1.vi!EglQ2.fs1- . J in , 'S . is f .. ,hz ,ig it ff., i' v 'Q . ,,,. Q- ,....... V. . "fs 'fA:4,ggzi,w I .. :gg David Edmondson, Physical Ed. ' r ' 2522 25 ffff fa M' nw .l P' f ' :sggfgss J 3 K ., ' f , S' it . .. A szmttse ff W. .Y 1 . .. sg... H s::iS1,i:iQSssi. -fs? Dorothy Morey, Physical Ed. W li. t ilu: is 2 . Bob Ezell, Physical Ed. to 1565 f- H -1-- 2 4 Ted Oliver, Physical Ed. - JE! .i..T'f5'91 ,s .. .M Mi' was figs Science teacher David Hanley will stand on his head to demonstrate the peristaltic muscle move- ment for FHS students. zww .,7TMfM H" ,. ' ,. ..., , N. "" . , V A """ y ,,,,, V A .af ' '22 : wi 2' ' vt ef if ' J ' G i Ned Permenter, Physical Ed. . ,,.,. .,y.f :,,. 2 , ., .. " ' 'A , 'W 'M ' A .4 3. ...... s- . , ' 4' T-2 V '.,w:'5fE'F ' ' ' ' 3:2 .n ' 1 we ' A " ' ' Ai f - .. M1 ,fi ww- 'ff P '7..' W 5:5755 . Yi-.z a..w -'U 2"'Wge5...+ Ja . ..,, L ,..f:!'. HL. I fl Q Y 5 Q '9 ........ .. . in ft ..... ..... . Stacy Sneed, Physical Ed. Staff 1 69 1 70 Staff Julio Mercado has a smile for everyone. HWY I ... 'fi .?"W.W: Barbara Bilyeu, Registrar it eeea arf' at QS r if 4 M Wm asf I WWW ff A, x Q i L L fini- w5s,, Z. , I in . , V '--' - 'fs'1',24 Aif , , -ww: af' X will as ,Y Z lf ki .fly ff-,y,,4+-fwfg V - -A ' X .',,-,fur 54 .t M W-0,9 U 3,15 1: t s. 5.5 - L? ' 7. 1 Mg" 931 Q , J M 5 .L ' .f , ,,, Q " wi g, 35 1, , W, f V A 1: J f 4,32 , rel' fix, ' 45 .,.,.. ,wi 1:2 ,rf J. '16 ?"M75 ,5'iw?i5jf'Xf?n 7"'f to, A-'I N?,:Lu,'.'j".w' ii' ri "S -.wi fqfu, 'Q' :Iwi Af Pam Castro, Instruction Material Clerk Mp V i f .f " 'U -at V 'fif H 1 "ff .fig , fr, 5 ' , M f ,fs G M, 'L - iwfziwafivwsfw .A 4 , "' 2 Barbara Bilyeu in Registrar gives a big smile as she works on her comput- er. "' KRS S0 6000 M conwuowuf sr New English teacher Michele Janota advises junior Belen Fla- mirez. i- vu 'Qi few p i .... 2 tu. ., .i .., ,Qs we-:..Lv li N EE i mx Counselor, S fs at Senior John Tapia takes his turn at the school switchboard. .fi - ' '1 A . - W, --Q L . r , I Mary Dalke, ecretary - ' i s ' it Lsssmilf e K K J I . , .t -, 3 .. i A Q., g X rl: . ig . Egzisf it f- 5 f .. gil ra: ETF x - fs. . Carol Downs, Special Education 4 Frieda Driskell, Finance Secretary ce Secretary, Frieda Driskell keeps herself busy more ways than one. Assistant Principals secretary Ftita Monclova works at her desk in the front office. Staff 1 71 5 i wr- QMMQP' I 'I Q .A ,x S4-Q l Greg Lapp seems puzzled over this score. ' .. "XX 5' . F52 "Lk --so Fi s ff lrf ' X , . . . I 5 i S ta. YQ rff fv-' 3 J? ' -N FIS l K " r :y ., .. ' ,. -1' ,V 1-N " , ' , , ' Q- fig-1-Q.S5g:-:fit I . ,.... i - ' Q at - e -- . 'f"' .S .a his " ' 1 i 1 14:5 V: ' - ,-'iiswzii Judy Evans, Health Clerk . it - s mf .S .. - Q . .. - - A X , , e,,e Yi"1'a , s . Wasil- ii'-il-'V ' ' f .. ,it-'ifsfi s - - , Q r Terry Logan, Principal's secretary ee 1 -LLA zzr ',., , A Q? W- ---z. -Q-:esta--sw .. rr rrrreer Y .. ,.. . ---k " , - 4 - Y tlr rrrrzzri . ...,k .. S-v-M 's 115: 13 . X, 'X X S 1 5 W Sw M Q 5 as sg k i g as A 1 X V5 N Q, X X N R31 15253. ff55lF?l S5. WY' 5 'N 'l1fiE"f. .. ,. I .... W- 3, I Pts are sk Q, s5X l X S Q W2 4 eg 4 M 5 D P5 X 4.5 XX i X N 3 Q' 5 all f. X S 2 X .5 Y XX X F M 5 ff S X N Q X ig' J is X w N NS i N X Q: N x 3 S 3 xl x Y -4' 5 Qt t Rita Monclova, Asst. Principals Secretary s I X3 -.. in I I I - - - - Veronica Salazar in the duplicating room made oop- ies of the final exams. Mike Hopkins shares a tip with freshman Flick Principal Dr. Bill Bruce and secretary Terry Logan Dominguez share a laugh. 172 Staff ,Pt 3 it ' ig Baan nl Assistant Principal Donald St. Clair calls parents to clear ab- sences. wir ii i l, to l i s 1,,,iQwk2,, lfwifif f-?i12:?4ff"' -"Lim,-fi P lfQE ifu fiillfgf H ' T' 'jyfffi 25- H .. , : - A ,js ig LE ,V A ky ..11.f5fi:: ...,, - A A ll - A . 7 , Elf" , N 221 -L ffif' l , i K K " l i - -' L. 5 in ffg K , Joyce Mundorf, Career Training " 1 l l lssi " t ll' s o rrll 1 .fl" : ' "S 9 ,Ir r,'. :Sl iiis 'W f ' 'figs l zkl ,. W, f Y W Lynda Pennington, ECIA Secretary gym .Q-amy "'- John Young, Custodian Staff 173 ff iw r A, uifff if s Mis as we f ai W 1 ff f V 2 V l gif N, ,fly 3' f W 1 Z 5' me ff .- lm.. N Z X gg, f ' WZ V 1 Qi.. .Z ff, ga A fd Wiz 5 5 44 Q, fx J? f X 1 llil. l if shazfil gf:-.'fl2-'l'. .ma:,,-, , ' W Wiziri. U11-12 Qs it -. . ' . . . f.E.g.,.,d:v. 2 3353: k YV wfffiel . W . ' Q, af ,f l 'ZVA li W ,eq Q 1' ' 1 ,gt f Sarah Foster, Outreach Consultant Darrell Bernard, ECIA Coordinator 'fem 5 K M., qjsgl ,Ig ii.. ii" .WM 4 S k aaoo I , . .4 l E i " -' W .M , , ,V:Q 2 : ,, :.r . S , S fe Ross Hart, Opportunity Q Q, , W'r' 3 l S 5 ' 'Y Wwii M" .- lzz.:59 ll "Wk+:w i' J:.T filly' ff S X .f " V. ,rrr flqfl ..jiff W 'f ' f. I A l . Q Judy Bryson, Special Ed. l A '31 7 " ' a f ' fl?-5 l x E Q ,V 9 6 1' . ..:: , l f 17' ,fs Teresa Huth, Special Ed. 3 5 if Q J is ccciia Ted Oliver announces a var sity wrestling match 4 l Marty Lakin, Special Ed. W' 75 Y' U i zliifi w .. '--- Mft, , , hi., any 7 W i ' ' ia: , 4" 1 v '-fYlf'1m.-JEEP ' Sw wfatissw- H4211 .Nl 1 w-2:-wif' rr 1-1, . wif. an - V- ig, .V 1 N f fi-fr' 3 'Q "i'i S I . 59:1 ff J' 'Q , : If ' ,. lf? H i. . fr z F ' " , -. .. L 'Mqg""W . "' ,L ' F A s, , 1.f::iat.E2f 1 1 - 1 A .ax Qa- John Denvir, Special Ed. Paul Jacobson, Special Ed. Connie Minear, Special Ed. 1 74 Staff L Tom Moroles enjoys a snack on the quad I I S V ' A f LLV, .' , l r , , Q ., r ' i 1 Bill Moore, Drivers Ed John Ross, Independent Study Nancy Thomas, Speech Therapist ' ' " I ' -. in ,,,,,i, ' ., ""' ' K 1 it ' '-'i ' i . we 22 , wx, ttii , A H N ,F 3 ' ,,,, T ' ' AW, ,, ,J ' A - :y,Wv.,,, ,, .1-ww " tgliyiiiilu 4? i Charles Nott, Opportunity if 'K f V 5-A A , Dan Shannon, Independent Study Q f Julie Zisk, Librarian Staff 1 75 1 5 5 2 Ei Q w 1 E i ! :L 235 H s 5 E E I U' fi? K QU s E i , f S i 15 X 1 ze 7! bm E K 1 si Ki Q 2 Q. ,g - l 'H ,-If: ' 95 Q sl Eg? 1 54 i Q S n - Q I i 2 if 1,3 E , , 5522, 2 g 3.5 E 1 we E 5 2:1125 ah! Q 5 3 1,233 5 5 5 2 K Q! fu! si E 5 e s, 2155655 E I N L 51 X EE H Q .wig FTSE fi X a sg 2 , s sag 5 NILES CENTER 6013 NILES 366-1408 BONANZA BONANZA 0EwAR,s CANDY sHoP lNC. BONANZA WE MAKE OWN Bonanza Restaurants CHOCOLATES, TAFFY, CHEWS, ICE CREAM 5051 St kd I H ICE MILK, PARTY PUNCHES Pho' Six fOe40QNy' 1120 EYE STREET Bakersfield, CA 93389 BAKERSFIELD, CA 93304 18051322-0933 805-836-3307 adlwsrnrval Hillcrest Wilson 2940 Niles 3714 Wilson Rd. Northeast Sguthwegt 4 ,gs 1505 Columbus 3632 Ming Ave. TV 5. 872-5177 397-8777 1' ' .' 'K 'S Qigayl 9 ml S Hours: Sunday - Thursday 11:00 A.M.-11100 Rlvl h k BAKERIES Frlday and Saturday 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. T e Ba ers 1'B k f' ld College Center O O erm Lamont Peter Piper Pizza 1707 Columbus Country Fair Mkt. Boyle Engineering Corporation Consulting Engineers Architects Bakersfield, California Congratulations to the 1988 Foothill High - Grads - Goal No. 1 has been achieved . . . graduation. Now . . . Set another goal and GO FOR IT!! KDWBEUS BAR-B-Q 8 DELI Deep Pit Specialty Complete Catering Food 0 Liquor' Steaks 0 Buffet Platters Parties 0 Picnics 0 Special Events RICK KOWBELfOwne0 38701 Edison Hwy 366-4181 Bakersfield, CA. GARY COPE COPE'S FOOD FAIR 3901 Niles St. Bakersfield, CA 93306 8051366-8004 600 Norris Road Bakersfield, CA 93308 8051399-9574 Best Wishes to Foothill High School EAST HILLS LANES From I 8331 Kern Canyon Rd. The Rankin Ranch Cattle Ranch ELAINE TELLYEFI l805l 366-7777 Box 36 Caliente Guest Ranch Gen- Manager california 48053 867-2511 93518 Walkers Basin 180 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '88 WIVI. BOLTHOUSE FARIVIS INC iQv.ff9 OOOO OA O or r A BANKAMEHICIRU I, "" A K' Auto Center 1 ,1'A ' .. .. I-If il: 1.1 EL Pmivio A,1,.. .. 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