Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA)

 - Class of 1977

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, + ' [ ' ' ■■ I i 1 1 END - " BEGIN TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 i Theme ... 3 CND 1 1 Academics ... 16 Activities ... 146 Athetics ... 194 Afterthought ... 257 Clubs ... 272 I n ii In our journey through FHS, we encounter many emotions, ideas, and frustrations Al- though the things that happen in the classroom are most often enphasized, equally impo,;- ant moments of our lives occur during football games, the few minutes between classes, club meetings, discussions in the quad, the last length of a 200 fly, the hours after mid- night, lunch while studying for physics, and during the many other experiences meaning- ful to us. We hope we have captured some of these moments on the following pages. 1 1 1 KUN 1 1 1 1 1 END I 1 ' w, . Ifvott don ' tknow youll probably endup somewnere " In the middle of the journey of our life I came to myself in a dark wood where the straight way was lost " —Dante Alighieri I " The sense of accomplishment comes from having pushed on past the easy stopping places " —Anonymous ' (SI ■:i(.Itllcb.ick College .Ai.:(.])aiiatics Contest 1977 1st Place -9th Grade 8 1 " To err from the right path is common to mankind " —Sophocles 1 10 xxiam How do you express your Individuality? 11 " The long and winding road " —Lennon McCartney 12 BMH 1 ■il H fl L__v ' -ai lilBrl ' 13 ' I " No path is wholly rough " -Ella Wheeler Wilcox 14 15 ' ' ACADEMICS Si ' VV ; a miK»KK■nm»RelKlR«K■lla»cHHHMaI) )lBN Senior Advisors: Bill Bauer, Betty Shaffer, Rina Paterno. and James Reames. r 18 Seniors Senior Council Tanya Lu, Ken Shimizu, Gabriel Bergman Pres., Len Israel, jnd George Marshall IV, Bruce Halus (not shown). Seniors 19 r r rederickW. Alcaraz, III Seni nthony J. Baia iii«l .tf Hitf L M k E m B mk ... 1 Bfi m urk nuuauu«»iani LUS»ivv-WMkx«uomtN Htiwiicnu vnauTaouukii ■ ( eniors louglas fiM att B Wiiia niftifkVWivjiii tt iM MMnn i MvuM Kathleen E. Boster 1 — i2 ' St 4 m . i - 1 i ff n M 4 . ? ler J. Collms r ■ f iippi " " ?-- Philip T. Hv S M i..:;!;i ' c;n;i :: ' ' mr ' - eniors 4 k [■lull II I ' lliiHilMHimin ' im 111 HIM III mil iiiiiii iiiwimhiiii ii I m eniors jjil Senior 35 3M Michael 8 Seniors A l - ■i ja Hp m ' 1 L B klJ N -o l a ]MiiiiiynMnaBi V Seniors 45. m I Sk k c N- W 6 Seni 1 ' Pf Mj m j i ' " 1 QlH 4 d Thomas C. 50 Seniors I 1 1 . ' % j a L 1 J k ] I H 1 . 1 m ■ ' 52 Senio i i , ' limothy J. Manning HR B « , 3 " fel gy M ' M lt ■M IF I „ i " h. ' M r " M . . hM ■V X lK -5 r RJ..- ' Ki| r ' V m i M0t J O L 1 1 J H %- m n ' " W E. McCofrrifaR eniors Barbara L. NicholS( Ted A. Noble iTt ' ji« i-x; 1 m 60 Senio Ique F. Petite Kathleen Powe. 62 Seniors • J m m , M mm llpll m m 9KS ' if ' ' IB.A-i ' . ' -4»- Beth L. F. Edward Reynolds. Jr. WK ' 64 SenI m mi : ' IP Jj jgT m r V ' E t JH tB ' ?SS-?il iebecca E. Tall L _ KL P ' Btnif ' I ' l yi U y ■■ I i rm !■ P B 4 Senio. ■ . k I IfHH IM ' 1 S 1 i Jgfcl l nM f ! 1 i A i r ' J. H ' fi l 1 ncy C. Wei 78 Seni ' I David M. Barton Tracy C. Blackford Ricky D. Bright Kathleen S. Butler Theodore J. Chaconas Michael M. Costelloe Jim A. DeLille Tinnothy A. Deshler Eric Echols Steven A. Florman Charles W. Frankart Brian D. Garner Richard P. Germano Annalisa Goad James V. Hengesh Patrick L. Jaeckel Andrew S. Keen David W. Kruel Mark S. Lehmann Jan L. MacFarlane Jeff S. Mak Mark T. Meddock Perry S. Moore David R. Moote Mark T. Motsinger Timothy P. Murphy Kelly N. Noon Richard B. Poulsen Dianne F. Reid Keith E. Rinker Rochelle Robins Richard R. Rolston Denise D. Rosenburg William M. Shippey Neil R. Sorenson James W. Taylor Deborah L. Thomson Jeffery H. Thurber Chris A, Traub Andrew R. Trotter Charles J. Virgilio Floyd L. Wallace Richard R. Wilkinson Scott A. Wilson Se 81 m Senior Polls :im S ' it ' ' J-W • r " Most School Spirit: Matt Fjeldsted Janice Hart h 82 Senior Polls Most Intelligent: Greg Jordan Donna McCray m- ' T; — • ' HB mmm : - N ' • , E K H " V - 1 ,. - fQjs - • ..v 7 H% V - ' W ' ' --i f J V J m ' mH Bk: CI • ' V f i 1 m 1 ti H i f . .ail T Most 1 ikoy to SiKcoci t Cr.iip Fiirniss . Roliin Iked.i I J J Senior Polls 83 Best Figure Phisique: Shelly Martin John Gansel 84 Senior Polls Senior Polls 85 m IM Most Uninhibited: Stacy Osur Dan Harkins i Teacher ' s Pests: Beth Reingl.iss Ct.iip Kirkpjtnck 86 Senior Polls I V M(H{|f;.s Most Sarcastic: Darci Mueller Bob Weingart Funniest: Michelle Holderman Randy Hicks Senior Polls 87 tJM Senior Awards :ipr .m California Savings Award Matt Fjeldsted r %, V .■ } DAR Best Citizen Award Carolyn Canfield __-■ . ' W- 1 f 7 f Betty Crocke r Search for Leadership: Kim Carlson 88 Senior Awards National Merit Semi-Finalists. L to R: Gregory Jordan (finalist), Donna McCray (finalist). Ted Chaconas (finalist). George Marshall (finalist), Brian Lane (finalist). Nalini Desai, Ramon Villareal (finalist), Russell Harvey (finalist), Peter Grillias (finalist), Susan Woods. Not Shown: Allison Rolf. Senior Awards 89 90 Juniors Juniors 91 Becky Abraham Mark Abrahams Dan Adams Rhonda Adier Mary Agnew John Akin Richard Alcaraz Kim Alderette Terry Allbritain Kevin Anderle Greg Anderson Jim Anderson Keith Anderson Michelle Arena Liz Arnold Steve Arnold Dennis Arritt John Aschieris Ryan Ashton Ellen Austin Leigh Anne Babbs Lisa Bacon Doug Baisden Newton Baker Rick Ballester Lisa Baron Joseph Barrera Vince Bartick Susan Barton Claudia Baucom Dave Baucom Kathy Bauer Carin Beans Melanie Beatty Eddie Beaumont Don Beck Randy Belding Beth Bell Pete Bender Ray Benedetto Mark Bennis Karen Benson Bridget Benton Janice Berkowitz Pete Beucke Sue Biller Caria Birnbrauer LuAnn Bishop Ron Bitcon Jake Blanchard Jeff Black George Blanton Carol Blethen Rick Block Jim Boano Lynnae Bofferding John Bonebrake Charlotte Boniols Bill Bopf Cathi Bouck M n «lw- 1 Tl k:w jl m ( ' a ' I A i sa2 ' ,a ' ?!i Barry Brannon Caria Brebner Al Brehm Jim Bremer Kristy Brigham Lesley Bronson Matt Brown Shelh Brown Steve Brown Tim Brown Norree Bruce Glenn Brugman Bryan Buckley Clyde Bunting David Burns Jim Burt Kevin Cameron Yolanda Campos Ron Cannady John Cannon Mark Caraccio Sharon Carlile Kathy Carlin Russell Carter Andrew Carver Tim Casey Diana Cashner Suzanne Casteel Arminee Chahbazian Kern Chant Kevin Chapin Kaelyn Chapman Rhonda Chapton Caroline Chase Karen Christensen Keith Cinko Ken Clark Robert Clarke Kelly Claus Steve Cohen Cyndi Coke Laurie Coll Can Cormier Shan Corzine Sandy Cossaboom Lisa Cowdell Brian Craig Shelly Crates Tom Crawford Jeff Cross Dave Crowell Laura Curnutt Jen Davis Peter Davis Maureen Daw Melinda Day Brad Degennaro Nora Delaney Denise Deiille Dave Delillo Mike Denison Donna De Palma 93 Jack DiCarlo Alicia Dinon Ann Dizney Kim Doherty Shawn Dolan Steve Dolan Robert Dolley Mary Donatelle Dana Doolittle Jamey Draper Jon Drucker Cookie Ducey Deanna Duhamel George Dulebohn Bruce Duncan Vicky Dunk Paul Duran John Ediss Jay Edwards Debi Eidson Karen Ekholm Cindy Elias Andy Eliason Elizabeth Ellerman Rick Elliott Lionel Esquivel Jim Ettlin Doug Evertz Danielle Farris Greg Farris Forrest Fawcett Eric Feign Chris Fiege-Kollmann Barry Fields Brent Finley Sharon Fletcher Patti Floyd Caeroll Flynn Joseph Fornataro Nicole Forsythe Colleen Fox Jenny Fox Pam Fox Paul Frala Susan Eraser Laurie Freres Jamie Fnstoe Roger Gales Mark Gallardo Mike Gallas Joni Gait Pat Gansel Rob Gardner Ann Garrick Mike Gaude Al Gausewitz Connie George Shan Gerarge Doug Gilliland Rick Girvin Karen Glasky Dennis Golden Phyllis Goldthorpe Randy Gonzalez Donald Gordon Diana Gorne Jeanette Gosselin Susan Grahn Juniors 94 im Jeff Gray Chris Green Jim Greenwald Gordon Gregg Mike Griggs Dimitra Grillias Ken Grimes Gretchen Grissinger Susan Grissinger Scott Groff Elizabeth Grosse Gregory Gross Lisa Gunderson Dana Gutierrez Michael Haas Sandra Habicht Laurie Hackett Scott Haigh Mitchell Hammitt Donald Hannay Martha Hansen Loree Hardy Trudy Harmon Kelly Harris Scott Harris Ted Hart Linda Harvey Steve Hawley Tom Hendrickson Erie Hendrix Stephanie Heredia Roy Herndon Kevin Hesson Joe Hicks Theresa Higgins Michelle Hobbs David Hobby Jane Hodges Marlene Hoeft Ann Hoffman Ron Hofmann Tern Hoggatt Craig Holland Jan Holmberg Keith Holmes Peggy Holt Frank Horan Jody Hormuth Brian Horton Catherine Houck Nelson Howard Greg Hoyt Julie Hueter Susan Hwang John Ikeda Carrie Inkley Colin Ip Soma Ip Madeline Jackson Sandy Jack Alan Jack Susan Jackson Philip Jacobs Tanya Jacobs Chris Jacobsen Manuel Jimenez Mark Johnson Ross Johnson 95 Juniors 96 Brian Jones Scott Jones Marlene Kamei Diane Kammerman Ken Kassouf Craig Kegel Patti Kelley Terrie Kelley Linda Kelly Kevin Jones Marci Kendrick Jafries Kern Tern Killingsworth Kathleen King Craig Kinosian Colette Kipps Denise Klarquist Greg Knapp David Knox John Koval Mary Korbelik Kan Krause Bonnie Kravitz Stephen Krijger Debi Lakin Marci Lamb Burt Lancaster Mickey Lang Carey Lawrence Derek Lavifson Laura Lawson Sally Lenz Maria Leone Jeff Lewis Tammy Lewis Jon Lewis Steve Liu Joyce Licata Glenn Liljeblad Steven Lindholm Pamela Litwer Barbara Lloyd Ben Longway Pam Lowe Arne Lovnaseth Sara Lundell Bret Mackay Jim Mac Pherson Susan Madden Patricia Mading Kathy Magarro Chris Mallon Allison Malmgren Maria Mancini Jeff Mang Rex Mannion Ingrid Marestaing Steve Marsh Wayne Marsh Julie Marfan Cathy Martin Chris Martin Dwight Martin Lisa Mason Lynn Mason Isobella Mastro Donna Maxson Patricia Mayo Natalie McDanel Joe McDaniel Teresa McDaniel Chris McDonnell Shari Mccombs Fariba McDonnell Andrew McElroy John McGee Jerry McGinnis Shon McGinnis Ann McGuire Lynn McKenzie Jody McLearn Peter McMullin Chris McNeece James McQuade Robert McQuade Kim McVey Kim Meredith Nancy Meyers Steve Miesel Kelley Milberg Mark Millard Bob Miller Carol Miller Julie Miller Dave Miner Danny Minton Chris Miovac Stephen Mitchell Juanita Mokres Michaele Moller William Monroe Pam Moore Mike Moores Mike Moran Robert Morgan Steve Morrow Debby Mote Maureen Moulton John Mullen Jim Murray Shauna Myers Carrie Nahigan Terry Nashick Susan Near Jaime Nelson Karin Nelson 97 Gary Nenadal Suzy Newall Phuong Nguyen Gary NIcholls Kathy Nolan Andy Noorda Jane Norris Kevin O ' Connell Patrick Oland Linda Oleson Peggy O ' Nell Debra Ornitz Ken Orr Deedee Osborne Mike O ' Sullivan Ralph Oswald Moira O ' Toole Bob Owen David Padilla Doug Patrick David Payne Sandy Pearson Kory Peet Bob Pelton David Pelton Barbara Perkel Mark Perkins Valerie Perry Jody Peterson Pam Peterson Lori Pierson Carl Pihl Kevin Pires Elaine Plows Kevin Pope Mary Beth Poulsen Richard Powers Pete Prager Scot Prescott Therese Pritchard Debbie Proescholdt Frances Prosser Terrie Provera Gloria Quayle Dave Quigley David Quinn Mark Quinn Susan Quirk Laura Radford Kathleen Ramseyer William Ralston Vallery Reed James Refalo Karen Reilly Mike Rhoades Gen Ricketts Dennis Rilea Robert Ritter Leslie Robtains Dave Roberts Tony Rodriguez Ronda Rolston Ron Rolstone Carol Romey I % i ' J M ■n ( Juniors 98 Julie Rose Becky Rosenberger Sue Ross Rokeya Roston Mark Rowen Dave Rusk Jeff Rusk Don Ryan Andrea ScarnecchJa William Schaefer Jul Sctiiffelbein Bonnie Schmid Leslie Scfineider Lori Schoettler Paul ScKiuessler Nancy Schuh Jim Schulte Susan Schuiz Robert Scibuola Linda Scott Leann Secor Kathleen Seely Karen Senechal Patrice Sfregola Vicki Sheehan Beth Sherbok Michelle Shimel Julie Shoemaker Bill Showalter Hadar Shy Jana Silvey Karen Sinitzen Jonathan Sive Frank Slemmer Steve Slender Doug Small Dan Smith Jams Smith Stephanie Smith Kent Sneden Tami Snelson Kris Sorenson Mike Spencer Andrea Spilsbury Ray Spreier Christine Stallard Heidi Stanley Cyndi Stanton Shawn Stavis Bob Stechmann Kelly Stedman Mike Steedman Patty Steel Richard Steffy Lori Stevens Omer Stites Denise Stone Don Stone Irene Stoney Kevin Strachan Sandy Stradlmg Nancy Sutherland Steve Tatham Sioux Taucher Sarah Taylor Jerry Terenti Kevin Terry Brian Teske 99 Diane Thomas Rick Thompson Wally Thompson Julie Thrupp David Titmarsh Joe TItterud Pat Tocher John Tolley Linda Tomas Laura Tompkins Kathleen Toohey Jim Trado Dave Trotter Melissa Tschirgi Charlie Tucker Bob Tune Carol Vanderpool Susan Vandruff Lee VanKirk Eric Vanskike Ron Varela Robin Vermilyea Roger Versluis Ron Victer Colleen Virgilio Carol Voss Mary Ann Voss Brenda Wailes Lori Wagner Miltord Walema Debbie Wallace Sarah Wallace Carolyn Walter Eric Walther Darryl Warmus Dawn Warner John Warren Robert Warren Pamela Wasz Brad Way Doug Webster Ray Webster Leslie Wedell Tom Weeda Laura Weierbach Nancy Weinberg Mike Wells Mike Westrum Janelle Wetzel Steve Wheeler Lori White Jeff Wiig Karrie Wiley Dan Williams Gail Williams Lisa Williams Michele Williams Susan Williams Barbara Williamson Stuart Winsor Carol With Susanne Woebken David Wolfe Michael Wolfe It Juniors 100 Mildred Wolfe Mark Woods Lenora Wu Kevin Wyart Sandy Yablonka Kent Yamaguchi Anthony Yancey Paul Younkin Bonnie Zatyko Susan Zechter Tom Zeigler I 101 Sophomores 102 Sophomores Sophomores 103 Roberta Acker Mitze Adams Brian Agnew Jeff Aiken Robert Aldred Mark Alewel Kathy Allin Steven Alterman Carol Ameer Kay Anderle Paul Anderson Carol Antablin Jet Appel Cathy Arcolio Danielle Arena Tim Armstrong Anne Ashton Ross Attenborough Joe Badder Bret Bagne Tom Baker Gina Balderrama Dana Ballard Randy Balling Matt Bangert Peter Banks Brad Barker Barbara Barkhiurst Mona Barr Leanne Basile Suzanne Batchelor Bill Baumgardner Sandra Bayliss Mark Beatty Joan Becker Steve Betirens Scott Belinn Laura Bell Peter Bell Andrea Bennett Pam Bennett Sandra Berg Bonnie Lee Berger Stiaron Berggren Vickie Bergstrom Patricia Bergstrom Herb Berwald Sandy Biller Randy Bird Paul Birnbrauer Heidi Bishop Mark Bjorklund Leslie Blaising Jaime Bonnel Luis Borovinsky Jim Borras Sharon Bott Heidi Bouck Lance Boyer Jeff Brack Brandon Braly Claire Brand Chuck Brans Bill Bricker Alan Britt John Brunet Allison Bryant Mindy Bunkelman Sophomores 104 r t vi ' iS John Burkhalter Lisa Burnham Shannon Caffrey Amy Cage Ross Campbell Paul Cannon Jackie Carlson Randi Carmen Ellen Carter Aram Chahbazian Shauna Chambers Troy Cherney Pam Cherpas Dale Cheyne Joanna Choe Brad Christian Lynn Christian Sig Christiansen Eric Chun Sheri Clark June Clarke Tracy Clarke Jayma Claus Shannon Cleye Lisa Coady Tern Coftey Steven Cogswell Lisa Cohen Alan Cohn Carrie Collins Ken Collis Cara Colombo Shelly Contos Brenda Corp Wendy Corp Robin Coult Jamie Cox Cindy Craig Tami Crosby Doug Cross Fran Cruickshank Scott Culver Chris Cummins Sheryl Curtis Kim Cutcliff Dave Daly John Danielson Deanna Darnell Sue Dean Julie Decker Stephanie DeGennaro Cathy Dela Garza Bob DeMoss Mike Dempsey Michelle Dennis Sushila Desai Troy Dexter Sue Dietz Kevin Dinius Chen Doerr Connie Doherty Cathy Dolan Brian Donoghue Steve Dority Jason Doyle Jeff Draper Bill Dube Anne Dulebohn Charlie Dunn Ann Duntley Deanna Durlgon Brad Eck Karen Edens John Ekholm Jim Elder Elizabeth Elias Dan Elkins Trish Elliott Ned Elliott Doug Elms Sheri Engel Carol Erikson Bryan Escalera Dave Estrada Stacy Evans Gen Everest Brian Exter Lori Eyer Norma Fakjian Patty Falbo Scott Fairbanks Jolene Fawcett Celeste Ferguson Keith Fialcowitz Monica Fiege-Kollman Doreen FiertI Jeff Filley Annette Fink Don Fischer Randy Fleck Cheryl Flint Michelle Fontyn Melissa Forman Steve Forrest Pam Fox Bridgette Frack Nate Franke Jim Freckelton Dawn Frederick Sue Fredrick Mike Freedman Dave Frey Kaye Frohardt Dave Frost Jayme Fryer Bob Fugate Jana Furra Karen Galas Vicki Gaon Ted Garriepy James Gaulden Rochelle Gentile Colin Germane i t I Sophomores 106 Sarah Gibbons Christine Gilbert Susan Gilchrist Carol Gilliland Glenn Gilsleider Dave Girvin Mark Glasky Lori Goad Mark Goings Rochelle Goldman Vivian Gonzales Bill Gorham Dave Gorrie Dave Graham Robert Graham Geoffrey Grahn Gary Gray Tony Green Laura Greenwald Phil Greubel Ned Greyeyes Chris Grillias Ray Grimes Mary Grissinger Lori Grover Terry Grundig Scott Hackett Nick Hagen Toby Haines Greg Hall Stacie Hall Tony Hall Tamara Hall Carin Hamaker Sandy Hamilton Tony Hammitt Janet Hampson Genel Hanna Mike Harrison Steve Hartnett Linda Hata Mark Haug Tim Hawthorne Brenda Haymond Joyce Hays Ann Headrick Chris Healy Mary Heiskell Robin Helms Greg Hemsley Pam Hench Lori Henderson Steve Hepps Tricia Herbert Vivian Heredia 107 CliH Herrington Kathy Hickman KerrI Hicks Jeanne HIgglns Michele Hild Richard Hinojosa Laura Hoesterey Janice Hoffman Schore Hoffman Gigi Holderman Roger Holmgren Barbara Holub Paul Hoover Jeff Hornsby Cfiris Hougfiton Bill Houlihan Terri Howell Jennifer Hoyt Diane Hubbard Dave Hubby Patrick Hudson Judy Humphreys Laura Hund Cathy Hungerford Wendy Hutchinson Chris Irvin Steve Iverson David Jackson Patty Jacobs David James Melinda Jensen Debbie Johnson Tom Johnson Katie Jones Kevin Jones Scott Jordan Erik Kahkonen Denise Kamei Keith Kareta Karrie Kassebaum Laura Katnik Azar Kattan Bernie Katz Cathy Kaylor Jim Kelly Shelly Kendrick Pat Kennedy William Kennel Russel Kilgore Tammy Killingsworth Bill King Reid Kinsey Steve Klevatt Drew Klinell Bret Kloberdanz Lori Kosakura Sophomores 108 9 « ft tr J i SS; , J R r-Mm Susan Koss Mike Koval Jean Kozak JSHj vIL- — Robin Krause David Kries Delisa Kruel Jackie Kuder Geoff Labitzke Gavin Lambie Tim Lamont Chris Lancaster Kim Lancaster Larry Landes Todd Landwehr Jofin Lane Julie Lane Debbie Lanfranco Suzie Larkey Margit Larson Megan Larson Lisa La Scala Paula Leblanc Scott Lehmann Judy Leon Ph illip Leonard Steve Lepisto Bret LeSueur Sue Letson Denise Levmson Bari Levy Kenny Liu Richard Lloyd Jim Lomasney Buzz Long David Lothers Didi Lovett Patricia Ludlowf Kathy Lueck John Lynch Renee MacDonald Ronald Mackay Bill [Vlading Liz Magnusson Donnie Mahlstedt Kevin Mannion Shelley Mantel Mike fOlarinacci Monique Mark Roger Marsh Suzanne Marshall Dallen Martin Mercedes McCarthy David McCormick Neal McDonald Marcene McFarland Maureen McHale Cam Mclver Scott McKenney Dean McPherson Jonna Martin Mike Means Stephanie Mears Craig Meengs Kerry Mendrella Greg Merget 109 Chen Merrill Jim Meyling Byrne Miller Julie Miller Kelley Miller Mary Miller Lisa Millings Stuart Millsaps Dave Mitchell Kristin Moe Sherrie Molnar Wanda Molzen Bill Mooney Kristy Moore Dave Moorman Kim Morris Sherri Morris Jeff Morrison Guy Morrison Tim Morse Marsha Motsinger Marlene Moulton Jaqui Mower Curtis Mueller Kelly Mulligan Clark Murray Mike Musson Linda Near Debbie Needham Sue Needham Benet Nelson Steven Nemetz Glenn Newbrander James Nielson Junko Nishiguchi Mark Noad Jeanne Nolan Mary Norris Kathy O ' Gara Duane Okamoto Tim O ' Neil Curt Oors Deena Osborne Jeresa O ' Sullivan Glenn Osur Brian O ' Toole Pam Oyaas Donna Paeth Mark Pagano Lisa Patterson Mark Pearce Bruce Penman Mike Peoples Margaret Pereyra Jeff Peters Lisa Phillips Steve Pihl Susan Pinkerton Rick Pipes Brian Power Erich Prenger Tern Prentice Dave Pronenko Susan Provera IS n Sophomores 110 Suian Pruelt Sarah Querfurth Diane Quinn Mike Quisling David Raab Thomas Raber Albert Radillo Tammy Radzins Dave Rand Doug Rasmussen Matthew Rausch Wayne Rawlins Jill Raymond Sue Reed Chris Rego Laura Refalo Linda Refalo Peggy Rehak Tish Rem Lisa Richardson David Rickeffs Debbie Ricketts Cathy Rickles Susan Riggle Dru Rigney Judy Riley Eril Roberts Kan Robertson David Robinson Don Robinson Kelly Robinson Vicki Roblan Suzette Rodil Rene Rodriguez Andrea Roe Richard Rogers Patty Rose Howard Rosen Patti Rosenwald Melinda Ruehl Alan Ruiz Laura Russel Pam Rutan Marylynne Saccaro Laura Saffer Karen Salsbury Paula Sanchez Mary Sarhatt Veria Sather Denise Schatzmann Jeff Schmid Jim Schreitmueller Janet Schuh Todd Seibert Emily Seigel Kelley Selby Shannon Shaffer Leslie Shahinian Judy Sharf James Sheehan John Sheehan Lynn Sheridan Ron Shilts Karen Shimizu Doug Shinoda Amy Shopenn Jennifer Showalter Vic Shubin Peter Simanyj JanI Simmons Jenny Skonezny Kathy Slaght Tom Slayton Kristy Smeltzer Bryan Smith Dave Smith Jonathan Smith Julie Smith Lisa Smith Perrle Smith Cliff Snyder Jan Snyder Faith Sodaro Brandee Sollenberger Kurt Soukup Dexter Stanley Lisa Stenmark Cheryl Strom Steve Sullivan Carol Summers Susan Sweetser Judy Tarbell Karen Taylor Gregg Telson Joy TerentI Voctor Tetreault Bob Thaete Alicia Thomas Laurie Thomas Laura Thompson Sharon Thorpe Mary Thrane John Toner Tim Toohey Debbie Travis Bill Tuckerman Dave Turnbull Robert Turner Heidi Udvardy Lisa Valle Sharee Vallee Patti VanAllen Sherry Vandal Jim VanDyke Paula VanHarte Dav id Varela Eric Vawter Giwa Verrecchia Christy Versluis Larisa Volkov Doug Wadsworth Robert Wagner Renee Walte Denise Wakely Todd Wallace Beth Walter David Warner Mark Warner Karen Waterman Sophomores 112 Vivian Watkrns Scott Watson Danny Webber Brett Weber Rebe " ' - ' ' t Thee : -ton Barba- • - Dorothy Wells Scott Wells Rick Westom Ted Wheeian Libi Wheeler Adriene White Donna White Debbie Wickey JeHrey Wilens Virgil Wilkins Steve Williams Claude Wiilner Kirk Wills Julie Wilson Mike Winter John Wolcott Glen Wolf Jim Wolfe John Wolfe Heidi Wood Alan Wright Dianne Wnght Patty Wright Cindy Wurzer , Michelle Wyatt Steve Wylie Kuangping Yang Joann Yeandle Eileen Yerick Colleen York Thomas Yotka Kathy Young Susan Young Becky Zastrow Cindy Zllber Bob Zoellner Freshmen JiJ? - ' ( ffjf ' 4 114 Freshmen Freshmen Council: Greg Holden, Reiko Nishiguchi. Lisa IVIassey, Carey Vanderwerff, President Tori Abies. ( Freshmen 115 Tori Abies Gary Abraham Jill Abraham Liz Accurso Melissa Acker Joe Adamczyk Toni Aiken Glenn Alfonso Norm Alexander Kathy Alford Sharon Alford Kurt Allen Vicki Allin Connie Alvin Marco Amador Kate Amiie Mike Amort Dana Anderson Sheila Anderson Steve Andrasik Diane Arnold Mike Aschieris Laura Astor Kelly Babbs Karen Bailard Lisa Balchunas David Ball Stacy Ballester Mary Beth Bangert Jeanene Banigan Julia Barker Sharon Barlow Karl Bartlett Lynda Basile Cathy Bates Vic Battiato Jan Baumgardner Jamie Beans Shellie Beaumont Susan Bechtol Randy Beck John Beeman Steve Behn Tammy Bellis Maura Benford Janet Bentley Greg Beran Ron Best Dana Betz Bill Biel Brad Bierbaum Brent Bilodeau Amanda Birch Brian Black Steve Blakeslee Susan Block Keni Blossom Mike BIyzka Denise Bossio Eileen Bowe Freshmen 116 - AvShi ' j - !■ Chuck Bowen Paul Boyden Katie Brand John Brans Mark Brecheen Doug Brehm Jack Bremer Bob Bright Bill Brooks Pam Brooks Pat Brown Shawn Brown Jetl Brumett JoAnne Brunet Gary Bucher Cris Buhler Ken Burg Kim Burnham Gerry Camarata Colleen Cameron Melissa Cameron Michael Cannady Laura Caraccio Kathy Carlile Steve Carlson Julie Carollo Keta Carpenter Paul Carter Julie Carver Kelli Casey Greg Cashner Scott Casteel Jamie Cato Kirk Caverly Ann Chaconas Massis Chahbazian Karen Chamberlain Paul Chamberlin Jeff Chapman Brian Chene Richard Chesavage Bobbe Chllcote Robert Christ Mike Christensen Renee Christian Denise Christian Jon Christy Milda Chung David Chou Kirsten Cleye Bonnie Clifford Sharon Close Nikki Clucas Tina Coffey Kathie Cole Faith Coll Kirby Combs Tricia Cook Jeff Core Kim Corson 117 Robert Corzine Roger Cossaboom David Costanza Cindy Crabtree Paul Craig Susan Cramer Burt Craun Carol Crawford Kelly Crawford Lisa Crawford Debbie Crook Susan Crusinberry Michelle Curtis Guy Dabney Larry Dabrow Delores Dains Annette Dale Sherrie Darling Bob Davey Diane Davis Kelly Davis Jotin De George Debbie DeGroff Lisa DeGroot Vince Delaney Becky De Leon Marcie Delille Lisa DeMoss Daryl Deutsche Jeff DiCarlo Diane DiMarco Christina Djokovich Vicky Djokovich Tom Dolley Denise Domery Kevin Donoghue Kenneth Drake Dana Drucker Paul Duffy John Dulebohn Kevin Dunk Peter Dunn Tom Ediss Mark Edson Robyn Elder Adam T. Eliason Steve Elkins Chris Elliott Steve Elliott Steve Elliott Deidre Emery Ken Emery Beth Eminger John English Daron Enos Mari Eriksen Jeff Ervin Suzanne Escalette Kelli Evans Greg Ewald Anouchka Fairon Mark Fairshter Erin Fedderman Fred Felman Tom Ferch Brian Ferguson Leslie Ferguson David FIneran Tom Fishbeck Monty Fishburn Cheryl Fisher Paul Fieldsted Juli Floyd Carey Forgy Gwen Fornataro Mike Forsythe Kim Foster Lori Foster Lori Fowler Maureen Fox Steven Frack Glenn Franklin Michelle Frazee Lisa Frederlcksen Brian French Cathy Friedman Mike Fritz Rhonda Fugate Robert Gait Greg Gardner David Gaude Bobby Gaughran Stephanie Gay Malcolm Gaylord Sharna Geddy Rene Gehike Debbie Genes Corry Gerome Jeff Gerome Dana Gesler Marsha Gilbert Scott Gilbert Carol Gilchrist Kelly Gilliom Jeff Goble Julie Goings Eric Golden Jim Goldwag Eric Gould Constance Graham Thomas Grahn Robert Gray Brad Green Michael Green Lisa Greubel Peggy Grimes Sherry Groff Bob Grosse Cindy Guiltinan Tom Hackett Troy Hager Amy Haines Tim Hall Kim Hallett Tim Hammitt Nadia Hammond Lisa Hampton Lance Hardy Natalie Harlow Andy Harman Laurel Harmon Kim Hassold Chris Haug Sherry Haxton Matthew Healy Debbie Hearne 119 John Heil Helen Heintz David Heredia Kathy Herndon Julia Hicks William Higman Henry Hinojosa Bryan Hobbs Lawrence Hodack Kevin Hodgkins Chris Hoffman Rhonda Hofmann - ft rH j " tW , V. . WWJ Greg Holden Todd Holen Scott Hollon Patty Holt Mike Horan Carl Horton Dave Hotchkiss Nancy Houghtaling Jim Howard Alan Hubbard Ave Hubbard Janice Huffman Janett Hand Dave Hutchinson Patrick Inaba Suzanne Jack Eric Jackson Keith Jeffers Bryan Jensen Mark Jessup Donna Johnson Art Jones Cheri Jones Laurel Jones Valerie Jones Sara Kambestad Shirley Kamei Kevin Kane Greg Kasparian Robert Katnik Manuel Katsivalis David Keen Anne Kelly Casey Kester Paul Ketchum Darryl Kimberly Tom King Kristin Kinney Karen Kirchner Laura Klafke Julie Klarquist Traci Kloogh Lisa Klosterman Robert Knapp Stacy Kneeshaw Kerri Kovac Linda Koval Peter Kozak Dan Kraus John Kresieh Noel Krijger Peter Kroko Freshmen 120 I EfS Li2 Lages Carol Lakamp fJawnalyn Lakin Oiane Lakin Mark Lanfranco Laur(e Lang Debbie Larsen Mary Lassiter Marc Leblanc Cathy Legome Karen Lehan Sheryl Lehmann Jill Lemieux Rick Lester Christopher Lewis Jim Licata Joanne Licata Pat Lindahl Cyndee Litwer Lily Liu Jeff Logan Russ Logue Tricia Lord Bob Lovret Tricia Lull Chuch Lusin Kathy Lyford Russell MacDonald Anne Madsen Don Magarro Lisa Magarro Claire Magner Cathy Mahlstedt Barry Mang Rene Mann Tim Mann Val Margolin Mike Marks Malia Martin Patrick Martin Tracy Martin Anne Marzullo Kurt Mason Lisa Massey Tammy Mayo Vickie McCormIck Scott McGee Pat McGinnis Heather McGregor Jonathan McKillip Chris McKinney Jim McMillan John McOwen Stephanie Mead Shawn Meagher David Mehornay Martha Mellor Susan Meyers Diane Miles Christopher Miller Gail Miller Leslie Miller Linda Miller Sharon Miller Debbie Mitchell Marguerite Mitchell Tim Mogan Mark Molzen Kelli Monarch David Moran Mia Morioka Jill Morris Judi Morris Robert Morrison Chris Morse David Mote Carol Moulton Melody Mulholland Mary Mullen Alan Murray Stephanie Myers Todd Myers Guido Nanci Tom Nanci Chantal Naud Jeff Nielson Reiko Nishiguchi David Nix Pat Noon Brent Noorda Felipe Nunez Jeff Obering Kim Ockwig Katy O ' Connell Bonnie O ' Donnell Greg Ontlveros Rafael Ornes Daren Osterkamp Dana Ostman Tammy Pace Lisa Padova Margie Palchak Nancy Paley Jackie Palmer Bakul Panchal Jon Pang Kelly Patscheck Laura Patte Chris Patton Kris Pearson Ken Pedevilla Daniel Perkins Rob Persinger John Peterson Kathy Pfarr Kathlyne Pires Erik Plessett Chris Plows Steve Popovich Rich Poulsen Dan Powers Dennis Powers Mike Powers Linda Prenner John Prentice Karon Proescholdt Brent Querfurth Tom Quirk Brian Ramirez Lisa Rauch Mike Reagan Janine Reasoner Ron Reese Mike Reeves Randy Reta Laura Reynolds David Richards Teresa Richardson Troy Richmond Jennifer Ricigliano Bill Ricigliano Stacy Rickbeil Dave Riedeman Sheri Rilea Pete Rimel Shelby Robertson Celeste Robinson Debbie Roe Lynne Roeiofs Debbie Rolbin Lisa Rollins Eric Romanoff Kathy Roseman Denise Rosenberger Nich Ross Rehanna Roston Brian Rowe Greg Rudolph Ron Rutowski Douglas Ryan Robert Ryan Grace SakaguchI Joe Sanchez Kristin Sanderson Scott Sandler Tony Sangermano Robert Santiago Tim Sarhatt Yvonne Sawicz Lori Saylor Aaron Scarnecchia Steve Scharf Sharon Schmidt Joel Schnebelt Sharon Schmick Joel Schnebelt Nedra Schneider Beth Schramm Karen Schuessler Chris Schuster Loree Schutz Ivan Schwarz Tony Schwartz Donald Scott Judy Scott Diana Scrivens Lori Searle Robyn Secoy Ron Sewell John Sfregola Heidi Shafer Robert Shahandeh Matthew Shannon Greg Sheets Gary Shimizu David Shoemaker Pam Sholly Sharia Shore Marcie Shubert Mitch Sigband David Silvera Darcy Skinner Kevin Slazas Linda Sliff Kelly Smith Lisa Smith Lesly Snelson Amy Snyder Jon Souw Leslie Speicher Daryn Sperling Kevin Stapel Gretchen Starks Dave Steffy Paul Sterman Mike Stevens Bill Stewart Stacy Stites Bill St. John Mark Stokes Brad Stout Laurie Stradling James Streit Jane Stubbs Jeff Stubbs John Sullivan Mark Sutherland Susan Sw eeney Janice Takada Andres Taleisnik John Tanaka Randy Tasch Jacqueline Taucher Ken Taylor Greg Terry Vincen Tetreault Paul Thaete Larry Thomas Catherine Thompson Kelly Thompson Bruce Thrupp Debbie Toberty David Tomb Bryan Toner Bob Trado David Triplett Emily Tujague Andrea Turk Nolan Turner Lee Turrini Roy Tutor MM Steve Tuttle Larry UbI Jetf Udvardy Sharon Ujitusa Maureen Van Bibber Kerry Vandaveer Sherry Vandaveer Winni Van Der Plas Carey VanderwerM Laurie Vande Vrede Vicki Van Kirk Dana Victer Pat Vodrey Susan Wadell Eric Wagner Candy Walker Lisa Waller Kim Walt Dana Warne Rich Warns Lynn Waspi Heather Watson Jinn Watson John Webb Sharon Weber Cheryl Webster Scott Webster Jody Wells Susan Wells Steve West Jeff Weston Tom White Dana Wilks Leigh Williams Pamela Williams Peter Williams Becky Williams Dean Wilson Rich Wiltberger Diana Woehrman Tracey Wolcott Scot Wolf Nancy Woods Melinda Wu Sherry Yellowman Dan Zatyko 125 I 128 Faculty i .( i t i sit V i A Toby cipal. Thurlow Students -Assistant Pnn- Faculty 129 130 Faculty I m 1 1 ft Mrs. Abendroth-Secretary Anne Gormin- Secretary Mrs. D. Burns-Secretary mcrT_ Mrs. E. Burns-Career Information Center ' Mrs. Hoefener-Secretary 1 Evelyn J. Krage-Secretary Nancy Pelton-Guidance Secretary Faculty 131 Se: ; . 132 Faculty I Faculty 133 C.Bradley-Foreign Lang. (Spanish) Judith Chambers-Business, Sophomore English Shu-Yung Chen- Math Mr, Clarke-Algebra. Geometry 4 I V John Brown-Technical Education ■H 134 Faculty Curt Curtis-Geography, African Cul tures, Sophomore Footba f .k Bill Dunlap-Graphic Com- munications, Photography dm k -tI 6 1 7 _. Roy Ellis-Technical 1 Education 1 A i " V i -.,-iiitftffTli ' f ._ i A Hl-D 1 . Lindc a Fame irect Stud es Faculty 135 [1 1 136 Faculty I Faculty 137 dm m 138 Faculty Vr Hl J . jZ. 1 1 1 Ik m kAH Ir Wm I I Larry Minne-English J Robert Nichols-Biology 10 Bob Osborne-Boys P.E. Athletic Director € V vijfW ' - William Oster-Mathema- tics, C.S.F. Sponsor Faculty 139 m K ■k W Hi -v r " Mrs. Lula Perkov-Foods, | Child Develo pment, Family 1 Living, Home Ec. Club 1 D It m r- ' - ' L Joachim Pfitzner- Chemistry E, Physical Science, Environmental Science t 9 ( r J. ............... 1 David P. Penhallow-Drama ! ' A Mr. James Reames-Social Science. Economics M| 140 Faculty Anp.Gla Satterlee-Shoi llund and I v()ev riting H Faculty 141 m ii- I Janet Terry- Spanish, Sociology, Anthropology 1 : " ' mir,. «■ B H HI • l r B NpRi .A Dan Thomas- English, Football, Wrestling ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' rasui. Taylor H. Wagner- U.S. History, Freshman Football Lsvjj, ' M H , »r?zT « W I George Waibel- Instrumental M Music Theory USIC, 142 Faculty Douglas Wood- Biology aphy Gloria Wodmsky- Learning Disabilities Robert Zeich- Mathematics. Athletics Faculty 143 r Maxine Banta- Cafeteria Cook 144 Faculty f , Stan Best- Custodian Genevieve Eliason- Cafeteria IVIyrtle Haugen- Cafeteria 1 M ( ' Vf Ijl 1 A.i Margaret Lowe- Cafeteria Manager IfloRin 3n Metcalf5 Rb»4ian Faculty 145 ACTIVITIES Yearbook 148 Yearbook II Athletics: Debbie Proescholdt. Larry Boyer, Sara Franke, Brendan Donoghue. Lee Ann Secor. Academics: Carolyn Canfield, Lisa Tonokawa. Sheryl Haugen. Ann Garrick. Linda Harvey. Maura Monroe Yearbook 149 1 m After Game Dances this year proved to be successful. Many bands performed such as " Supper ' s Ready " , " Mambo Spud " , and " The Garage Band " . These dances were made possible by Pep Club, ASB Cabinet, and the Jr. class. Dances 150 Dances Dances 151 ASB Cabinet 152 ASB Carolyn Canfield, Carol McCormick. Derrick Schnebelt, Maureen Golden, Marlee Means, Mark Rowen, Matt Fjeldstead, Russell Harvey, Ray Villareal, Ton Abies, Nalini Desai, Karen Higgins, Steve Tatham, Sandy Hamilton, Vince Bartick, John Gansel, Julie McMillan (Not Shown- Gabriel Bergman) { I ASB 153 A.S.B. Activities 154 ASB Activities ASB Activities 155 Senior Munches J FJV( H H B 1 J H Rv r i iii i m 1 Rocket Vlan 1 156 Senior Munches Senior Munches 157 Pep Squad Varsity Cheerleaders: Katie Boster, Shauna Inkley, Cindy Kochanski, Anne Morris, Darci Mueller, Stacy Weber w ti 158 Pep Squad r T f .Mk i ' ' «■ fc i ' f f ■ v r i 1 Yel F _ x Ih| Leader: B„„„,eK.r| Changes resulted in NGW Spirit and enthusiam this year. Ideas became reality. Excitement over athletic teams created support, uniting pride with awareness. I wish to thank everyone involved, especially Mr. Severson, our fantastic advi- sor, and for all their hard work and sacrificed time. Respectfully yours, Julie McMillan Pep Squad 159 H Pep Squad Candids 160 Pep Squad I Pep Squad 161 I Sophomore Recognition tet H 162 Sophomore Recognition r W.; Sophomores dressed to the theme of Mother Goose on their Recognitio n Day. V OlTl " petition was tough wth an the Ganders. Peter Pumpkin eaters, old King Coles, and Jack Be Nimbles meandering in the Quad. Sophomore Recognition 163 Freshmen Recognition day was an exciting day. Everyone dressed up as Peter Pan and you could see the class ' spir- it all day. Class competition was put on during snack and also we enjoyed the hula from some of the freshmen boys. The day proved to be exciting and fun! Freshman . 1 164 Freshmen Recognition Freshmen Recognition 165 Junior Recognition 166 Junior Recognition Thejuniorsshowed triGir Spiril on recognition day with rabbits, Alices, Tweedle Dee and Dums, madhatters and cards. The day was enjoyable and they came in second to the seniors. Junior Recognition 167 4 I Senior Recognition l-VSS: 168 Senior Recognition Follow the Yellow Brick Road. Follow the Yellow Brick Road. The spirited Seniors traveled back to Munchkin Land for their Recognition Day to por- tray THg WlzarcJ of OZ. The Seniors showed their class pride through their participation in the daytime activities. During lunchtime entertainment, they danced to the sounds of Or- ganized Crime. Seniors had a great day! Senior Recognition 169 FAKHFAJ Foothill ' s Annual Feast and Joust was a success this year. All the classes were seen participating in all the activities and events. In all of the activities, SGll " iors pu lled through with the most points and the day proved to be exciting. 170 FAKHFAJ FAKHFAJ 171 H m Homecoming r 174 Homecoming k % Homecoming Dance Homecoming 175 1 176 Drill Team Drill Team 177 p The marching band had an exciting season. They represented Foothill ' s pride in six halftinne shows and five parades. Many memorable and close friendships were generated during the long hours of practice. Their entertaining halftime shows made them the " hPSft- beat of the game. ?? .11 catx 9 @ 9 V 9 178 Band Band 179 Christmas Formal Christmas Formal Court: Ray Villareal, Carol McCormick, Bruce Hallus, Marlee Means. Julie McMillan, Craig Furniss, Nalini Desai, Matt Fjeldsted, Carolyn Canfield, Len Isreal .r 180 Christmas Formal The 1976 Christmas For- mal sponsored by the A.S.B. cabinet, was a memorable evening for many. Dubbed " On a Misty Midnight " the dance was held at the convention center. En- tertainment provided by " Organized Crime " , was highlighted by the crowning of the King, Craig Furniss and Queen Julie McMillan. Christmas Formal 181 Madrigals: (L to R) B. Elliot. P.Gansel, J.Gray, C.Pihl. R. Hicks. M.Fjeldsted, K.Sneden. K. Beard. P.Marshall, J.Mul- len, J.Terenti, M. Friar (Second Row), E.Doyle, A.Harrison. T.Harmon, L.Hume, M.Melilli, G. Williams, C.Ross. J. Lund, L.Hagman. L.Hardy, B.Turner, R.Roston {3rd Row), K.Steele, L.Sullenger. V.Reed, D.Nelson. R.Vermilyea, R. Miller, S.Lepisto, C.Wells, M.Harwood, C.Edwards Concert Choir: G.Helmsly, M.Bartlett, D.Schnebelt, C.Meengs, B.Morgan. (2nd Row) P.Wasz, B.Lloyd, V.Thomas, M.Holderman, L.McKenzie. S.Marshall, B.Schmidt. T.Wells. (3rd Row), B. Sherbok, S.Fletcher, S.Corzine, D.Wright, S.Newall, M.Hobbs, E Fried, N. Sutherland, MRyan, (4th Row), K.Bennett, S.Frazier, N.McKee, C. Beery, L.Shahini? L.Hastom, F.Goldthcrpe. M Barnett 182 Chorus Drama 183 4 i H Kl H a l - Jl flmnB 1 1 - ■ ■ ' Ifc r ■■ B 1 J „j . ' P Ivpp k : 184 Drama The Drama Department produced m3ny outstanding plays this VGar Included in their programs were Harvey, All My Sons, The Curious Savage. The Matchmaker, The Childrens Hour, The Skin On Our Teeth, and finally Of Mice and Men. The people involved in the drama pro- ductions were students who were in various drama classes on campus. Drama 185 i 1. Broadway Review The 14th annual | Broadway Review was, as usual 1 another success. U p to the quality | expected in Mr. Doyle ' s work 1 everyone involved in this p ' oduc- 1 tion did a great job . The combina- | tion of humor an d music made 1 each evening speci al. _J PHi 186 Broadway Review Broadway Review 187 Sadie Hawkins 188 Sadie Hawkins The 1977 Sadie Hawkins dance was held at the Orange County Fair Grounds. Furnished with cider and dounts, the students square danced to the music otWILU JA I O. This years dance was put on by the ICC. and was termed a fantastic success by many. Sadie Hawkins 189 m Knight Life s During this year the Knight Life staff experimented with new ideas. The new format being one, was intro- duced and proved to be beneficial in the later issues. Also, something else new this year was that the Journalism I class combined with the Knight Life staff. Each student proved to be an asset. As a result of working together on the Knight Life, the members be- came a close-knit Tamily and many memorable friendships were made in the proc- ess. If f 190 Knight Life i To introduce myself I will just say that my name is Monique Petite and I come from Lille, France and I am staying with the Tschirgi family. First of all I would like to tell you one thing about AFS. It was for me the only occasion to learn tolerance by communica- tion with people of a different cul- ture and values and by that to realize that my country wasn ' t the best in the world. The most important for me is that I ' ve been able to meet new people and to understand them. Thank you AFS, thank you California, and thank you FHS! My name is Anne Asendorf, and I come from Breman. Germany. Mrs. Van Allen, who is a neat Mom. her daughter Patti, and some good friends gave me a really great time here in Tustin. Although I couldn ' t have my favorite sports; rowing, and ballroom dancing, I was never homesick or bored. I think that is because I learned somthing new everyday. I learned about the peo- ple o ' JSA, my country and myself. I will pend the next two years in Germany but I hope that I will be able to come back to California again. My name is Elisabet Bryngemark and I come from Boras, Sweden. It is lo- cated in the south-west part of my beautiful country. I ' m her on the SISE-program and I ' m staying with the Roselands. For the first time in my life I ' m the only child in a family. My stay in the U.S. has given me so much. It taught me a lot about Ameri- cans, as well about myself. I have met many people, people whom I have shared so many wonderful moments. I hope that one day I can return to the United States, the country I have now discovered. F r e n S t u d e n t s AFS 191 I Club Activities 192 Clubs J Photographers take time out at half time Clubs 193 p. ATHLETICS lid I NO SMOKING ' A ?v ? Fall Athletics The 1976 Varsity Football season can be labeled as nothing but 3 SUCC6SS. Each athlete played with his heart in a total team eftort. Any sea- son where the coaches and athletes put forth their all can be termed a success. Boasting a 5-2-2 rec- ord, the Knights, in every physical contest, shone their armor in a brilliant display of courage and unity. Each athlete contributed to a fine season. 196 Football ( Football 197 1st Row: M.Healy, G.Sully. L. Israel, C.Manard, W. Combs T. Aster, R.Katnik, D.Harkins. R.Tarbell, J. Draper, F.Horan J.Burt. D.Crowell. M.Quinn, P.Beucke, J.Bremer. 2nd Row R. Hicks, S.Montgomery, D.Bossio, S.Mitchell, P.Schues sler, R.Oswald, J.Jensen, R.Canaday, B.Pelton, J.Blanch ard, B.Clarke, R.Love, B.Sargenti, J.Dicarlo, D. Hubby, M Spencer, D.Paddilla. 3rd Row: T.Houlihan, T.Yancy, G Nichols, P.Lomakin, W. Marsh, J.Lewis, B.Cramer. S. Brown, D.Mahlstedt, S.Haigh, R.Taylor, S.Mayo, J.Ediss, R.Streeter. Coach Snow, Coach Galeener, Coach Lucidi. 4th Row: Coach Crucil, Coach Van Dordrecht. T.Kries, S. Martin, M.Baudouine, G.Sardo. P.Escalera, B.Stedman, R.Gardner, J.Refalo, J.Mullen, J.Lewis, G.Jones, R.Balles- ter, D.Knox, D.Young, M.Bartlett, K.Cruickshand. FR: A.Ruiz, M. Goings, C.Healy, J.Tracy, R.Campbell, D.Gorne, C.Romano. P.Greubel. D.Okamoto, D.Frey, B.Tuckerman, K.Kareta, Coach Zeich MR: J.Doyle. T.Baker. J.Filley. J. Brack, B.Houlihan, B.Escalera, D.Mitchell, N.Greyeyes, B.Christian. D.Wadsworth, R. Attenborough, M.Haug. BR: Coach Curtis, R.Hinojosa. S.Sullivan, D.Kries, R.Westom, M.Musson, T.Landwehr, P.Cannon, J.Schmid, J.Lane, A.Britt, N.Hagen. 6 - • :gg| ™ IJl .- .: ,; »v 1 jT " V I Bl. lj ' Li. M irr. The Sophomore Football Team ended a successful season with an 8-0 victory over the league champs from Villa Park. The Knights finished in a tie for second with a 5-2 league record and a 5-4 season record. The defense yielded only a remarkable 45 points per game during league with three shutouts over Tustin, El Modena, and Villa Park. Team cap- tains were Tom Baker and Jeff Brock. Most Valuable lineman was Jason Doyle. Most Valuable back was Jeff Brock. ill 200 Football This season proved to be one of the most successful for the FrGSh 111311 Football Team n recent years. Dominating league play, the Mini- Knights rolled to a 7-0 season. With young players, the freshmen look forward to fine seasons in the future. J ' FR: D.Bali, S.BIakslee. D.Steffy. S. Elliott, D. Powers, T.Dolly, J.DiCarle, J.McOwen, R.Ornes, A,Harman, J.McKillip, B.Jensen, RRita. MR: D.Hotchkiss. J.Heil. B.St. John, J.Bremer, N, Alexander, D.Richards, D.Keen. M.Marks, T.Hammitt, L.Dabrow, J.Sullivan, M.Edson. M. Horan. BMR: B.Davey. B.Corzine. D.Tomb. B.Gray, K. Combs, J.Tanaka, B.Ryan, C.Haug. A.Jones. A.Scarnecchio. G.Gardner, C. Elliot, P.Craig, M.Jessup, D. Powers, M.Sigband. BR: J.Christy, B.Biel. R.Logue, R.Rutkouski, B.Querforth, S.Wolf. M.Aschieris, T.Ediss, C. Miller, B.Katnik, P.Quinn, B.Chene. R.Lester, M.Healy, M.Edson, B.Ferguson. il Football 201 Water Polo 10 r B.Row: B.Elliot, K.Strachan, P. Darling, C.Furniss, D. Groot, J. Dean, J.Henderson, G.Hemsley, F.Row: M. Ba- ron, M. Cummins, L.VanKirk, J.Gansel, E.Reynolds, B. Donoghue, B.Harper, Coach David Simcox 202 Water Polo i I Varsity The 1976 Water Polo Team was the best m the schoors his- tory. This year ' s team was among the finest in the 3A CIF ratings. The team ended up with 6 All-League selections. Among those were: Craig Furniss John Gansel, 1st Team. Jeff Dean. Brent Elliot. Kevin Strachan. 2nd Team, and Ed Reynolds. 3rd Team, This fine varsity squad went to the quarter finals of the CIF playoffs and posted a perfect 7-0 record in league. Water Polo 203 i Foothill ' s J.V. water polo team had a very rewarding season. finished second in league play with four wins and one loss. Led by John Drucker, Rick Elliot, Eric Hendrix, David Wold, Paul Praia, Steve Lindholm, John Ikeda, David Trotter, and Capt. Roger Gales; the team de- veloped in speed and strength. uuitdi polo m L to R.: KOrr. S I indholni, P. Frala, D.Wolf, J. Drucker. R.GjIes. D Trotter, J Ikeda (absent) m H 204 Water Polo Frosh Soph The 1976 Frosh Soph water polo team ended season play with an impressive 17-2 rec- ord league they had a perfect 7-0 record. Water Polo 205 m Cross Country Foothill ' s 1976 Varsity Cross Country Team was made up of a variety of classes, each with their own superior runners. The team worked together under the guidance of Coach Whitak- er, finishing their season with a close second in league and fourth in C.I.F. D. Scott 1 ii ] { ] y Uim - - r J. Sutherland 1 206 Cross Country «.T Varsity • • 1 4 ' A ■H J. Tolley Cross Country 207 Jl m 5.V l JV Cross Country, 1st Row: K.Anderly, J.Tolley, J.Koval, C.Thoner. P Toohey, N.Schroe- der, MR: J.Fristoe. C. McDonnell, A.Carver, J. Hicks, R.Villareal. M.Steedman, J.Tolley. BR: B.Hawkins, J.Schulte, B.Monroe, D.Stanley, K.Kester, M.Farrar, E.Vega, D.Schne- belt. i FHS J. v. team had a good year. They were undefeated in league competition and placed in the top 3 in all in- vitationals. They placed 2nd in league finals. The team was led by Bob Hawkins, Kev- in Kester, Pat Toohey and Kevin Anderle. 208 Cross Country I I Frosh-Soph Cross Coun- try was very successful. They finished 2nd in league. Our outstanding freshmen just missed the nat ' l frosh record on the tough Mt. Sac course. With these fine runners, FHS looks for- ward to the future. Frosh Soph I Cross Country 209 The Varsity Tennis Team rennained undefeated, capturing the Century LeagueChampi- OnShip. Led by Jill Morton, Tracy Wills, Moira O ' toole, and Judy Tarbell, the team made it to the final round of CIF playoffs, where they lost by half a point. In individual CIF competition, Jill Morton and Tracy Wills captured 1st place in the doubles division. Girls ' Athletics ' f Varsity Tennis - L to R, First Row: J.Morton, M. O ' toole. C.Virgilio. K.Anderle. Sec-j ond Row: C.Martin, J. Tarbell, K.Miller, A.Saunders, T.Wills. 210 Girl ' s Tennis JV Tennis - L to R, First Row: K.Babbs. S. Gibbons. C.Forgey. G.Morinishi. L.Wu. Second Row: J. Fox, C.EIias, C.McLuer. L.Wu. Third Row: J.Hoyt. A.Boney. J.Hueter. E. Plows. L.Sweetser. The JV Tennis Team ended the season undefeated. top players were Lenora Wu, Linda Wu. and Jennifer Hoyt: however, the great effort and ability of each member contributed to the team ' s extreme success. Girl ' s Tennis 211 m IIP Varsity Volleyball - L to R, First Row: E.Smith, J.Edson, L.Wedell, L. Baron. D. Delille. Second Row: P.Panagon, M.Barnett. N.Tutton, S.Hilsabeck. D.Stone. The Varsity Volleyball Team had a great season, finishing 1st place in the Century League. The team made it to the second round of GIF playoffs, losing to Louisville. The excellent playing ability of Sue Hilsa- beck, Lisa Wedell, and Paula Panagon added greatly to the total strength of the team. fi 212 Girl ' s Volleyball ' Volleyball Rated Volleyball: Abies. Bailard. Balderama, Barr. Bennett, Benson, Caffrey, Christian, Culombo, DeLaGarza, Dennis, Dunk, Elder, Elliot, Faiha, Farion, Far- ris, Fiehe, FiertI, Forsythe, Franke, Golden, Gorrie, Hamaher, Higgins, Hoffman, Jackie Hormuth, Jody Hormuth, Hubbard, Jackson, Kendrick, Lakin, LaScala. McLearn, Milberb, Miller, Molzen, MulHoland, L.Near, S.Near, Nicholson, Nishi- qushi, Norris, O ' Sullivan, Palmer, Prenner, Pritchard, Quinn, Quirk, Rein, Schuh, Selby, Shaffer, Sharf, Smith, L. Stradling, S. Stradling, Thomas, Thrupp. Vanderwerf, Voss, Wright, Yendel, Zanstrow, Zeckter. The Junior Varsity Vol- leyball team had a fan- tastic season. They ended with an overall record of 7-3. Excel- lent setting perform- ance throughout the season was displayed by Jane Hodges. Cathy Dolan demonstrated ex- pertise serving, while Cheri Merill and Cathy Mahlstedt were consis- tent hitters. Girl ' s Volleyball 213 JO Wrestling Dubbed by many rival schools as " Just another team " the 1 -11 Varsity Wrestling Team marched into their season opener as definite " underdogs " . Plagued by injuries and weight problems, the Knights dropped their season opener to top ranked Estancia by ten points. Roaring right back, the Foothill matmen lost only one more to league champion Tustin on their way to a strong third place fin- ish. Boasting a season mark of 5-2-0, Foothill was led by a cast of junior sensations and seniors Mike Wagner and Jeff Smith. Spring Athletics F.R. J.Smith, B. Garner, D.Oliver, G.Gillslieder, J.Filley, M.Koval. M.R. J.Terenti, J.Mullen, B.Brannon, J.Bremer. M.Wagner, J. Mitchell, B.Eicher, B.R. W.Marsh, C.Kegel, T.Steen, K.Chene. E.Vanskike, P.Younkin, L.Boyer. I Wrestling 215 Junior Varsity The J.V. wrestling season was a very successful one. Our dual record was 20-4 with first place finishes at the magnolia Tournament, second place at the Es- tancia Tournament, consulation champions at the Canyon Tournament, and a Co-Championship in the Century League. During the season we were able to wrestle 33 differ- ent boys at the J.V. level. Only 3 were seniors, with 30 boys returning. We will have a very sound varsity foundation next year. ■«iP5» ' . ' -„..._-_ l- " Ik " ' i M i ' 9 ' 7 ?r- » fc - J r ] 7: .,. M.i Front Row: R.Ornes, M. Goings, D.Wilson, P.Fjeldsted, J. Draper, R.Katnik, T.Nguyen Mid- dle Row: L.Boyer, K.Pires, B.Chene, R. Helms, D.Wadsworth, M.Steedman, N.Schroeder. j Back Row: D. Golden, R.Germano, T.Hendrickson, P.Gregory, R.Wagner, S.Derstme. R. J Oswald. tl 216 Wrestling I 1 Frosh-Soph i « We had two frosh-soph teams this year. Our frosh-soph B team did an outstanding job even if they ' re record (2-7) did not show it. This is the best group of first year wrestlers foothill has ever had. Our frosh-soph A team was 6-1, with a 2nd in the Century League. We are looking forward to these boys wrestling at the J.V. and var- stiy levels next season. h ii« Front Row: J. Beans, S.Hartnett, B.Ferguson, T.Cherney. B. Black. Middle Row: J.Brem- mer, V.Shuben, C.Haug, J. Wolf, S.Biel, J.Tanaka. Back Row: G.Wolf, M.Bjorklund. T.Ediss, G.Franklin, C.Miller, S.BIakeslee, D.McPherson. Wrestling 217 Basketball m ' m u J H s P ' H k i Siii . 1 m Back Row: J.Nelson. A.Brehm, T.AIbrittian. J.Hanna. D.Baucon. D.Rasmussen, Front Row: Mgr. M.Spencer, S.Sellens, G.Sully. G.BIanton W. Combs. Coach Soren- sen. w 218 Basketball Varsity This year ' s Varsity Basketball team posted a fine 12-9 record with only three games left. Led by co-captains, Jim Nelson and Dan Ras- smussen, the team beat leading league powers. Estancia and Santa Ana Valley, 44-41 and 80-52 respectively. Seniors: Walt Combs. Scott Sellens, Jim Hanna and Gary Sully, provided the team with a " Never say die " attitude. With returning Juniors, A! Brehm, George Blanton, Terry Aibritain; next year ' s Varsity Basketball squad promises to provide another good season. Basketball 219 Under the guidance of coach Reames, the 1976-77 Junior Varsity Basketball team has thus far rolled up an 8-2 season record and 14-2 mark overall. Under the leadership of co-captains Steve Arnold and John Cannon, the team whipped previously undefeated Estancia 42-40 in what proved to be one of the hottest Century League battles ever. Behind the strong rebounding of Dave Baucon and consistant play of Doug Shinoda, this year ' s Junior Varsity was one of the most solid in Foot- hill ' s history. 220 Both the 1976-77 sophomore and freshmen basketball teams are dominating Century League play. The sophomores, un der the guidance of Coach Sullivan, have hustled to a 15-3 record thus far this season. With more action to come, this team can look forward to a very successful season. The mighty freshman under the brilliant direction of Coach Southern are again at the top of league play. Led by captain Randy Rita, the Mini-Knights have rolled up a remarkable 16-2 season mark. We hope to see many of these players on future varsity teams. D S w ' E vii ' t S B.Houlihan, M.Harrison, Coach Sullivan, K.Liu, B.Braley. M.R. M.Pearce, P.Can- non, C.Meengs, R.Moore, J.Sheehan, G.Gray. B.R. C.lrvin, S.lverson, B.OToole, J.Badder, D.Rasmussen, M.Maranacci, M.GIasky. Frosh F.R. P.Carter, J.McMillian, J.Kresich, M.Regan, D.Brehm, P.Lindah l, P. Rimer. M.R. M.BIyzka, R.Persinger, D.Chou, B.Gray. M.Edson, B.Rowe. B.R. R.Wiltberger, M.Brecheen, B.Grosse, K. Combs, J.Christ, R.Jacobs, P.Williams. 221 The 1977 Varsity Baseball Team, under the watchful eyes of coaches Sedoo and Brown, have thus far posted a 6-2-1 overall record and 1-1 seasonal mark with more league ac- tion to come. Behind the strong hitting of catcher Jake Hill and the pitching of Al Brehm, the Knights plowed over Es- tancia in their season opener before losing their next game to Orange in a definite heart breaker. Considered as u6T ' inite contenders tor the century League crown, the Knights are looking for their second straight league championship. With that definite improvement that the team so courageously displays, a title is sure to be their destiny. ) I] ••-1 - -»:?; 1 Baseball | » All 222 Baseball JP ' ' ±i: .:i C WPM«Sii J Ig ' Js fiirjt F.R. ( .D Fi l,B M . jfl rtin. D.Harkins aColltn . IVLJ . B ot, J.j , Tj oses, B.Reagan. R.Love. B.SargentV D ' fllis B.K, CoaAn Sedoo .E Coach ' Brown Sedoo .8f8WtV Marinac1 aler - .Sr orw S.Haigh. D.Knox. 4 Baseball 223 £_ t Heading into their third league game, the 1977 Junior Varsity Baseball Team stands 1-2 in league play and 6-3 overall. Coach Bauer and his young squad are looking for that added improvement which will insure them of a shot at the league cham- pionship A balanced at- XaCK of fine defensive play and solid hitting is what the Junior Varsity Team is all about. 224 Baseball mi; d Frosh-Soph Galeener, Behind the leadership of first year coach. Mike Galeener, the 1977 Frosh-Soph Baseball Team has powered its way to a fine overall season mark of 4-3. An enthusiastic team, the Frosh-Soph seem to put forth that extra effort which places them 3 STGD dnGdQ of most teams they play. As the season progresses, Frosh-Soph baseball fans can be sure of a strong finish. jn H I f f t: 3K1 J . ' Wl- i ter B.R. Coach Galeener., B.HoCJIiharT Escalera, M.Pearce, M.Marinacci. J.Kelly. C. Plows. R.Combs, Coach VanSkike. • . », r ■ ' ■ • Baseball 225 226 Track This years Varsity Squad is lead by captains Jeff Sutherland, Myron Bartlett and Doug Stanley. The distances will dominate the League. The out- standing distance runners are Jeff Sutherland. Paul Duran, Dave Daly and freshman Donald Scot. The sprints are commanded by Doug Stan- ley, Tony Rodriguez, Tom Kris and the sensation- al sophomore Paul Cannon. Foothill ' s field events are lead by Myron Bartlett. This year we are looking forward to a successful season. 1 J ttt I- il Front Row L to R-P. Duran, S.Dolan, B.Brawly, D.Daly, D.Scott. J.Cannon. R.Benedeto. G.Brugman. R.Knes. B. Weber Middle Row L to R-P. Marshall. J.Jones, P.Cannon, D.Shnebelt. M.Wagner. L.Boyer. K.Clark. B.Hawkins. K.Cruickshank Back Row L to R-J.Schulte, E.VanSkike, D.Young, R.Harvey, D.Stanley. M. Bartlett. J.Sutherland. B. Shade, J.Nelson, S.Brewster, T.Rodreguez. |i Track 227 The Junior Varsity looks for- ward to an excellent season. Craig Thonor, Lance Wilson, John Koval and Chris Mc- Donald are dominating the distances. Andrew Carver and Bill Monroe will stride to victory in the half and quarter mile. Eric Lepanan will hurdle to victory in the 120 highs. Kent Colt will lead the sprinters. With runners like these, the coaches this year are looking forward to a very properous season. Junior Varsity 8 t 228 Track Coach Munhall thinks that this year ' s frosh-soph team might well have a great year. Many good recorded marks have been recorded. In the pole vault we have T.Hamette and one of our top scorers is D.Stanley. In the mile and two mile Bill Thoner and Bruce Thrupp and Bob De- Moss are good scorers. Steve Hartnet is a top scorer in the 880. In the hurdles Querforth always scores if he doesn ' t get a first place. In the high jumps both Grays and Ascheris do exceptionally well. rjU: h|r QJH a kir« illi » W.B5f§ka. l.SNes fm uU ggio 5tJotUT%. oss. S.B sley. S arfo fcuS ow: $fJotip; oss. S.B sley. S fiSrfoiPkS.Gi kess, S.Bellin B. Thrupp, M.Sutherlarftj. ' D. Powers J.- c iCellic s. u.dPn , CS S-hfe RdW ny r -yfm jQ. SJlartoett C.Kester. A.Murray, S.Elliot. T.Hall, W.Higmann, T.Hamett, B.Thoner, M.Green. Track 229 230 Golf T Led by Dave Hobby, Eric Lane, and Jim Hanna the 1977 Varsity Golf Team under the direc- tion of Coach McWilliams have two putted their way to an impressive 2-1 season mark. Losing to league leading Estancia by a mere three strokes, the Knights are not yet out of contention for the Century league title. Con- sistency and solid play make Foothill not only a league threat tender also. CIF con- L to R: J.Fornataro, S.Windsor, B.Eck, Coach MacWilliams, M.Meddock. K.Collins. R. Suwell. ifri Our J.V. Golf team this year has kept up a steady pace having a strong, solid team con- sisting of many men who have or could easily play varsity matches. Foothill has always had a strong squad and this year has been no different. Don ' t let some of these funny pic- tures fool you. These guys can hit the ball. f A. 232 Golf J I Golf 233 Swimming aa MB ' m ■■111 234 Swimming Diving T ' . I H » » • ' The 1977 Varsity Swimming Team com- pleted It ' s 7th undefeated season with 82 consecutive dual meet victories. They also won the C.I.F. Relay championships, with a record number of points, and ran away with the league championships. The 1977 Swim- ming Team is Foothill ' s best dual meet team ever. ' i . . ' ■ .. , ymm - fcijf 1st Row: T. Yancy, S.Lindholm. J.Henderson. Jim Shorts. P.Terry. E.Reynolds. J.Gansel. C.Furniss. 2nd Row: G.Hemsley. L.VanKirk, R. Gales. C. Cummins. J.Batchelor. B. Miller. D. Trotter. 3rd Row: D.Groot, B.Harper. N.Howard. J.Drucker. P. Darling, P. Praia. A.EIIiason. 4th Row: B.Donoghue, J. Dean. K.Strachan, M.Bennis, P. Bender. C.Schumacher. Swimming Diving 235 m The Frosh-Soph swimming team had another out- standing season. The Team over-powered all the league teams and swam to another league cham- pionship. With a fine effort the team took second place in the Orange County Championships. Fine swims were posted by Sophomores, Brian Donoghue, Ned Elliot, and Chris Houghten; and Freshmen, Kevin Donoghue, Brad Green, and Bobby Gaughran. The F S team is looking forward to an- other successful season next year. A 1 m 236 Swimming Diving ;i Frosh-Soph Back Row: N. Elliott. C.Houghten, R. Fleck, G.Terry. B.Bierbaum. M.Beatty. Front Row: B. Donoghue, S. Culver. T.SIayton. B.Green. D.EIms. B.Gaughran. K.Donoghue H.Berwald (Not Shown) I Swimming Diving 237 Tennis I tUim-M i-Ui Jl Paced by senior Scott Sellens and sophomore sensation Kirk Wills, the 1977 Foothill varsity tennis team stands 3-0 in league action. Coach Zeich and his young squad are practically as- sured of ther fifth straight league championshipater soundly whipping Estancia, their only league threat. F.R. S. Sellens, S.Cohen, P. Chamberlain, A.Noorda B.R. C.Meengs, J.Seay. K. Wills, M Dunk pi 238 Tennis J.V. The J.V. Tennis Team, though they started off slow, came back winning many of their matches. The team is soundly supported by double players; Brent Finley, Jeff Fil- ley and Jim Borras, Dave Smith. The singles are equally strong with such players as, Paul Sterman, Steve Wheeler, Andy Norda, and Mike Moran. 3 Back Row: J. Borras, D.Smith, M. Moran. S.Wheelet. P.Sternijn Front Row: K. Dunk, D Miller, J.Filley, B. Finley Utan 240 Tennis Back Row: P.Boyoda. S.McKenney. M.Quizling. J. Wolf. C. Elliott. C.Dunn. A.Hub- bard. M.Harrison. S.Pihl. Frosh-Soph The Frosh Soph Tennis team got off to a slow start this year. They lost two out of the four pre-season matches they played, but they have won two out of the three league matches so far this year. The team is lead by strong singles players Alan Hubbard. Mike Quizling. and John Wolf. Another singles player. Paul Boyoda from Brazil left half way through the season. Mike Harrison, Steve Pihi. Scott McKeeney. and Charlie Dunn play doubles. The team works hard and strives to win. We can look forward to a strong J.V. team next year. Tennis 241 - ■y— Varsity Field Hockey - L to R, First Row: S. Smith, M. Golden, J.Thrupp, L.Fiertl. P.Panagon, S.Zechter, J.Edson, L.Miller, D.Hubbard. Second Row: C.DeLaGar- za, L.Milberg, S. Quirk, C.Colombo, C.George, C.Voss, C.Gilliland. Field Hockey The Varsity Field Hockey team ' s deter- mination led them to the Century League Championship and to the second round of GIF playoffs. Sue Zechter, Andy Valle, Connie George, and Lori FiertI were the most valuable players, while Paula Pana- gon added inspiration. However, the ability, attitude, and experience of the en- tire team were invaluable. . 242 Field Hockey In spite of a slow start, the JV Field Hockey team took 3rd in the Century League with 3 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie. Mary Ann Voss, Dani Farris, and Monica Fiege-Kollman demonstrated top performance throughout the season, while Kathy Stephens was most improved, and Barbara Nicholson was most inspirational. Rated Field Hockey, led by Julie Corollo and Shannon Caffrey, also placed third. Girls ' Athletics k MA. t 1 ' 7 ■ " . ' ' ' ...1 JV Field Hockey - L to R, First Row: D. Farris. D.Lakin. S.Stradling. K.Stephero, W.Molzen. Second Row: M.Voss, T.Higgins. S.Near. T.O ' Sullivan, C.Zilber, M. Norris. L.Near, S.Bechtol. Field Hockey 243 TV Basketball At this point in the season, LiSd DdTOn has led the girls ' Varsity Basketball team to a 3-0 record in Century League competition and an overall record ot 9-3, averaging sixteen points per game and seven rebounds. The Knights ' tenacious defense has been a contributing fac- tor in every victory. v Varsity Bjsketljjil L to R, First Row: A Morris. S.Hilsabeck, E. Smith, D.Stone. L. Bishop, A.Boney. Second Row: C.George, L. Bishop. P.Panagon. L Baron. N Tutton, D.DeLilie, Coach Adams 244 Basketball ' V - . I M V5 j ss: .,, v -,,; « ; ' t, i i ijJs M Rated Basketball - L to R, First Row: C. Robinson. K.Schussler. P Holt. D Heame. M.Fiege-Kollman, C.Hamaker, D.Hubbard. S.Zechtor, D.Farris. Second Row: D Lakin. S.Vandaveer. T.Rein. L.Prenner. K.Vandaveer. M.Voss. C.DeLaGarza- Third Row: J.Smithe. S.Yellowman, H.Stanley, D.Ostman. A.Bennett. K.Benson. C.Hoff- man, D.Thomas. M.Norris. M.Saccaro, C.Dolan, T.O ' Sullivan, S.Needham. Led by Julie Edson and Andy Valle. the JV Basketball team stands 3-0 in league competition, with four games left to play. With team unity, weekend workouts, and strong determination. Coach Yetter thinks the final season outcome looks promising. - Basketball 245 lv For the first time at Foothill, a girls ' track team has been formed, under the coaching of S. Frogue. At this point in the season, the team ' s record stands 0-2. However, the team continually shows improvement and potential, with consistent top perform- ance displayed by Terry Prentice, Stacy Kneeshaw, Ann Headrick, Bonnie Sch- mid, Julie Thrupp, Susan Wadell, Melody Mulholland, and Carey Vanderwerff. 246 Track Track 247 The Foothill girls swim team is starting oft a promising season. This year they are under new direction. Coach De Long and Coach Simcox, the boy ' s swim team coaches, have taken on the girls team also this year. There are many of the strong returning swimmers as well as the new freshmen. The freshmen this year in both diving and swim- ming show outstanding potential for the up- coming years. w- Ajf i 1 ' ' " 1 Swimming ( i L to R: N.SmitIn, J. Cox, R.lkeda; L to R: K.Ogarj, N, Smith, M. Williams, L. Moore, P. Fox, K.Legome, L.Basille, S.Wells, R. Gentile: L to R: P. Williams, S Geddy, L.Renolds, K. Pierce, J.Verrechia. L.SIift. P.Peterson. M.Wyatt. R. Mann, B.Nelson, T.Crosby, L.Raffalo, D.Drucker, S.Koss. M.Forman. J. Elliott. 248 Swimming Diving Swimming Diving 249 Badminton The badminton team has not begun competition in the Century League at this time. However, the teamlOOKS STrOn y with Tracy Wilis returning as the top singles player. Top doubles players include Lori Fiertl. Judy Tar- bell, Julie Hueter, Jane Hodges, Elaine Plows, and Jeanette Gosselin. Badminton - L to R, First Row: J.Nishigushi. D.Gorrie, L.Waspi, L.Stradling. Second Row: C.Antablin, SStradling. L.Lawson, J.Sharf, K. Miller, E. Plows, L. Gosselin, S- Grissinger, J.Tarbell. J. Hueter. Third Row: S.Chambers, D. Mossier, L.Brown, M. Moeller, L.Wedell, J. McMillan, L. Fiertl, T, Wills, S. Smith, J, Fryer. N 250 Badminton Badminton 251 Today students at Foothill High are faced with a daz- zling array of methods of transportation, experiencing a greater physical mobility than ever before. The question is not so much how to get there, but which vehicle shall be used. We have tried to present some of the many alternate ways and means students have chosen to get about. The following are some of the various means of transit employed by Foothill Stu- dents. J - 1 L 1 fe -_ l ' 1 J JT W j HMB V ' - i y 7 1 imHpB v- ' 4( : 4U ' ■% -f VV HR H HJ Hm H m J ' V ' H Hf ' ' . XWaar l : ; ! " ■ " " HPf " jjiiii_nk i " " ■ ' :f» " 252 253 254 1 255 h » 256 257 JR. SR. PROM i. 258 Prom Prom 259 f. I 260 Prom The 1977 Junior-Senior Prom featured an evening full of en- chantment and memories. The theme " Knights Are Forever without you " , was picked by the Junior Class Council. Held May 20th at the Disneyland Hotel ' s Grand Ball- room, the Prom was a beautiful way to end the year. J 1 Lb 1977 Prom l| yi 11 II Ijlll 11 M III In 1 Prom 261 264 Seniors _3 GIRLS ' SOFTBALlI The Girls ' Varsity Softball team finished second in Century League competition, with an overall season record of 10-2 and a league record of 5-2. Sophomore Sue Gilchrist pitched to 212 batters, struck out 56, and allowed only 26 hits. Connie George, Carol Gilliland, Andy Valle, Cindy Craig, Tish Rein, and Leslie Miller also demonstrated consistent top performance; however, all of the players showed extreme unity and ability in the outscoring of their oppo- nents in total runs, by an unbelievable margin of 1 14-16. The season was definitely an jfTipressive success. Varsity Softball - I to r, first row: E. Smith, J. Edson, A. Valle. Second row: S. Gilchrist, J. Hormuth, T. Rein, L. Miller. Third row: P. Panagon, K. Milberg, C. George, G. Balderama, C. Craig, C. Gilliland, Coach Woodward. 266 Girls ' Softball Rated Softball - I to r, first row: B. Zastrow, K. Bailard, L. Prenner, S. Vandaveer, J. Hormuthi, D. Quinn, D. Lakin. Second row: S. Block, S. Caffrey, J. Smith, N. Harlow, J. Corollo, C. Mahlstedt, S. Near, K. Vandaveer. Third row: Coach Adams, S. Bechtol, D. Stone, D. Delille, S. Hilsabeck, A. Morris, L. Bishop, J. Heilson, A. Boney, L. Baron. JV Softball - I to r, first row: L. Bishop, H. Stanley, R. Ursino, L. Freres. Second row: L. Mason, D. FiertI, B. Nicholson, C. Voss. Third row: Coach Cozens, M. Voss, J. Gait, M. Norris, C. Robinson, B. Benson. Center fielder Luann Bishop and first baseman Carol Voss led the Girls ' J V Softball team to an over- all season record of 4-5 and a league finish of 2-4. Both Rated Softball teams combined fo r a 1st place finish in Century League competition, as they each completed the season with perfect 4-0 records. Out- standing performances were turned in by Julie Corollo, Denise Stone, Karen Bail- ard, and Sue Near. Girls ' Softball 267 ALMOST ANYTHING GOES 268 AAG SPORTS UPDATE BASEBALL Viirsity: Finished second with a 9-5 record. Overall record 14-8-1. J. v.: Finished third in league with a 10-4 record. F. S.: Finished sixth in league with a 4-10 record. TRACK Varsity: Second in league with a 6-1 record: tied for second at league finals. J. v.: Finished fifth in league with a 2 5 overall mark. F. S.: Went 2-5 in league play, but captured league finals placing them second overall. GOLF This year ' s Golf team ended a fine season by: winning the league title, loosing only one match, and sending four players to the C.I.F. playoffs. SWIMMING Varsity: The team won it ' s ninth consecutive league title, the C.I.F. Relay championship, won it ' s 82nd consecutive dual meet, and took 2nd in C.I.F. overall. Frosh Soph: The team went undefeated in meets and took the league title with ease. TENNIS Varsity: Going undefeated in league, the Knights finished the season at 18-5. J. v.: Also dominating league by going undefeated and finishing at 16-4. d BASKETBALL Varsity: Record 6-1, placing first in league. J. v.: Record 7-0, placing first in league. cf SWIMMING Varsity: Record was undefeated, placing first in league. J. v.: Record was undefeated, placing first in league. d BADMINTON Varsity: Record 8-1, placing second in league. 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' kHi). n. ipl. -LIS. -Lfl. 1. a mem- Ijcr of a people of SE . frica. 2. their lan- guage, adf. of the Zulus, their language, etc. Zu nl (zw. ' nyi, .soTi ' -). n. |pl. -Si. -.vis). |Sp. Am. ind.l. 1. a memlier of a pueblo- dwelling Indian tril e of . " ew Mexn . 2. their language, adj. of this tribe, their language, etc. Also Zu ' nlan. zwieback (tswS ' bak ' . swi ' lak). n. (d. cult- twice + liackcn, bake], a kind of bis- cuit that IS sliced and toasted after baking. zyme (zim), n. Kir. cj wi?. leaven), I. a fer- ment or enzyme. 2. the principle causing an infectious disease. zymo-, [see zyme). a combining form mean- ing ermi tadon; al.so zym-. zymurgy (zi ' mi?r-ji). n. (cj m- -t- -urm l. the chemistry of fermentation, as applied in brewing, etc. and hich walls. La f r on . eci for space wi.hin :::XSe: ' wh- -re transformed .nto reen •a!ks. , • .galth and in size. The houses jt grew ' [ ' ;l ' l jhev were continually built «-ere never ' g " n • . . . . j ,p, ,.,j l iche th.rtv- to fort stones o _ , . .„., ., ■ nunndf we ' rdugTe? deeper . ' n the earth, r-fteen H Smcn worked m the gigantic cuy. THE ESD CUO IS ,, aUI nHk »r ,,, ' V CHs Certifies (That has romplctc a course of stu icB in c ccor ancc faitl] the reijutrrmcnts of i (Caltfoniia tate oari ' i of I ' lucation an tin- Tusttu niftc School district anh is tt]ereforc atoarbcb tlyts ll f 11 1 II in M [J NEW ENPOUft T " WllHDfiAWAl |K ' Q CHANCE Of PHOGBAM .m 4AI v - .Li i J ' ' iA ■k -yt- ii I I. " ! ' ' ' ' . i ' t-r. ' . c V -t-4- -TT — ' r r 4-- .Fl Debbie -f-n.sK c c +;w p lie " 5a - Vkuikincs P Vrama o " vg.. ▲1 5P» m ■V ' II END •» r WSAH 1 i 1 1 1 1 s


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