Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA)
- Class of 1988
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In elementary school, you could play with Bar-
bie dolls and Star Wars figures ISkipper versus
Darth Vaderl. During recess, it was who could
kiss asphalt from higher up on the swings. In
junior high it was cool to just stand around and be
"social", Dances were awkward with guys on one
side and girls on the other, while only the bravest
dared to wander into enemy territory. High
school offered some serious fun. Where else
could you eat breakfast with Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs and Devo at the same table, but at
Senior Munch? Dress up days activated our
imaginations and kept the kid alive in each one of
us. Class competitions united classes together.
Dances, with so many of them, any once awk-
ward, shy, unsocial teenager could become a
cool, dancing dynamo. Homecoming Week al-
lowed some of us to become the female mud
wrestlers and sumo wrestlers we only dreamed of
becoming. Only at Foothill could the ruffians of
L.A. meet the barbarians of the prehistoric age.
High school may conjure up purely academic
images, but with a little creativity, we had man-
aged to fit some fun in here and there and make
the trip worthwhile.
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Success is not something attained instaneously.
We must lay a firm foundation, just like any other
architect of a prodigious and accomplished work.
Tradition and ingenuity help us to attain our posi-
tions in life. High school is one of the most impor-
tant parts of our lives, because it allows us to find
who we really are, therefore allowing us to dis-
cover what we really want and need. Unfortu-
nately, we could not make a climb upwards with-
out taking a step backwards. Sacrifice and hard
work often made it difficult to look beyond high
school. But as we began to realize our potential to
take our places in the real world, our friends,
family, and teachers were there to push us for-
Success is academic, financial, personal, and
athletic, but it is never insignificant nor ignorable.
Each person's triumph is the most important, as
long as he believes in himself and the things he
strives for. "Success is not measured by the posi-
tion you attain, but by the obstacles you over-
come." Davy Jones
Above: Ron Scott casually passes the ball.
Right: Mike Meline ponders on the UC Sys-
Left: Kim Harvey
seeks a new
On the surface, one can see high school as a
massive herd of people. Going one step beyond
and searching for the individual, it becomes ap-
parent that Foothill is filled with them. There is
the artist with the deft maneuvers of his pen and
paint brush. Talent which can hold a person in
awe covers the walls of the gallery on campus.
The student involved in the ASB, working to
represent all individuals of the school, gets in-
volved through spirit and determination. The
OCAD team member, sacrifices hours and hours
to gain further knowledge and to bring his team
to victory. Even the "average" student isn't to be
glossed over. I-Ie or she adds to the character of
the school. One may find little in common with
the guy who sits in front of him in Algebra. An
athlete and an actor may seem incompatible,
when in fact, if one is willing to go beyond the
sterotypes and misleading appearances, common
interests can be discovered. The one thing we all
have in common is our contributions to the exis-
tence and strength of the school.
Ned Williamson, John Collins, Allan Baker, and Ashby Jones know who's
Left: Stephanie Schultz, Morgan Ferris, and Traci
Baird unite in friendship.
Below left: Andrea Berg is busy putting her books
away as Dallas Coombs looks on.
Below right: Dan Shortall and Kim Powell unite the
crowd in spirit.
The "thing" wefre speaking of has been
around for 25 years. It's what we affectionately
call "tradition" Foothill relies heavily on tradi-
tional values and viewpoints. If something works,
there is no need to change, only to make it better.
F.A.K.H.F.A.J. and Springfest are still here. The
athletes still strive to be the best. Academics
continues to excel. Tradition offers a strong foun-
dation on which to build an ever escalating edifice
of school unity, progress, and individual growth.
This year, we let go of togas for senior dress up
and replaced them with the garb of the prehistor-
ic age. Senior pictures were in color in the year-
book for the first time. Assemblies were greatly
improved and increased in student enthusiasm.
At the same time, Foothill was still fighting for the
guantlet land got it backl. The OCAD team still
refused to succumb to the fierce competition.
Foothill still held the respect of schools from all
After 25 years, Foothill has realized what
works and what doesn't. Tradition stands side by
side with progress and change. What's good gets
better. What's new just may become tradition.
Kristin Swanson and Kristin Northcote experience the tradition of Senior
Above: Foothill's majorettes and tall flags present its' best.
Left: Susan Brown stands solemnly proud.
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"We attract hearts by the qualities we displayg
we retain them by the qualities we possess."
Whether it be in romantic love or love between
friends, there is always a common bond and un-
derstanding which keeps people together. Shar-
ing experiences, good and bad, helps us grow
closer and to mature. The teenage years are
turbulent times when we go through our share of
girlfriends and boyfriends or go in search of that
one right person. But each relationship gives us
more knowledge and foresight into future rela-
tionships. Love hurts, but it also heals. We may
not know who we want to spend our whole lives
with, but we have begun to realize who we can't
spend them with.
Friends, some may come and go, but there are
those who have stood right beside us. The days
may not have always been bright, but our friends
were there to give us an encouraging smile and a
strong shoulder to cry on. We carry so many
cherished memories with us from high school and
without friends, they would not have existed.
Above: Jeff Berry and Chris Coniglio enjoy each other's intellectual
Right: escorts Mary Richardson to class.
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plex sentences You were often the guinea pigs for
4' 1 k I world was. At least you weren't diagramming com-
No one ever said it would be a bed of roses. But
then again, you may have defied them all, by actual-
ly enjoying the academic life. At first, it may have
seemed like a four year sentence for crimes un-
known. Soon enough, you realized it wasn't that bad
and that you were actually learning something. You
found out that not all your teachers took a course in
Perpetual Homework and Student Suffering.
your teachers' bad jokes. Controversial subjects,
such as AIDS, abortion, and nuclear war were dis-
cussed, while viewpoints were exchanged. Students
were learning not only the Pythagorean Theorem
and the conjugation of Spanish verbs, but about the
world outside of Foothill.
You say academics and some people may shud-
der. In all actuality, academics wasn't just hours of
homework, term papers, and tests. Academics was
learning, experiencing, questioning, and appreciat-
ing all the world had to offer.
Above: Sabrina DeNaie can't bear to look.
Left: Lou Ann Power is in awe of Pat Librajo's work.
Above: Bryan Hannegan,
Mike Fukuda, Mike Her-
nandez, Matt Harmon,
Todd Brock, Bob Bran-
don, Dan Shortall, John
McCarty, and Brian Aust
get ready to chow down.
Left: Nancy Villareal is all
too happy to go to her Fic-
tion of the Future class.
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Ashley Selman, Kimber Bryant,
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Derek G. Fritts Mike I. hekuda
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Jeff T. Giesea
Myke L. Gorup
Colin B. Graham
Brittany A. Griffiths
Kevin L. Gwinup
Dwayne H. Hager
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Mary Johnson Scott Johnson
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"The junior class is very talented, in both
academics and athletics, and will be very suc-
cessful," Craig Turk stated. He was very
pleased to serve as their President. The biggest
project Craig took on this year was the Junior f
Senior Prom, but a close second was a fund
raiser. I-le planned a fund raiser so the Junior
class "will have a lot of money to spend in our
senior year." Craig Turk was very active at
Foothill. Not only was he the Junior Class
President, he also played basketball, ran in
track, and competed in OCAD. Next year
Craig plans to get involved with the ASB again.
After graduation he plans to attend a four-year
university, preferably the University of Penn-
sylvania. Then he would like to enter a career
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Tyler Jackson dreams of surf-
ing pro in Hawaii.
It was funny to see all of the status symbols at
Foothill this year. The two most important ones,
class rings and lettermen jackets, have been seen
around campus for 25 years, never changing or
going out of style. "They're a good investment
because they will always be around to remind you
of your high school." Kacey Knowles explained.
After two years of waiting, the class of ,89 finally
got to slip their rings onto their fingers this year.
Although it may not have taken many of the
Foothill student body as long to get their Varsity
lettermens jackets, they treasured them as much
as they treasured their rings. Wearing these items
made them feel important and gave them a sense
of school and self pride. "Class rings are a lasting
memoryf, Sara Valdez, "We can look back in 20
years and be able to remember our exciting high
school days." Class rings and lettermens jackets
will be around Foothill as long as Foothill is
Kendall Weatherman takes time off to show her spirit.
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Jeff King worked hard to get his jacket now its time to
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show your individualityf, Of course, Chris was
talking about his personalized license plates he
proudly pronounced "brand new." While cruis-
ing through the Foothill parking lot, you were
likely to catch a glimpse of several license
plates displaying names, hobbies, special dates,
or favorite sayings. In the past, students have
expressed themselves by displaying objects
hung from their rearview mirror, or by plaster-
ing bumperstickers to their windows. But why
is Fl-lS's latest rage personalized license
plates? Is it because nobody can say it better
than you can? Well, whatever it is, personal-
ized license plates made an impression on
Foothill students this year. Have you gotten
your personalized license plates yet?
Dee's plates say it all. JUNIQRS
You spent the night before doing your home-
work and talking on the phone. Now, it's second
period, still too early for you to think clearly. But
what luck! Today you're watching a film! As soon
as the lights go out, your head hits the desk, and
you're in lullaby land. All of a sudden, your
dream becomes a nightmare. The lights blind
you. The class is astir. The film projector is
broken! Can't anyone fix it?!? Alas, your world
seems to be crumbling. Your teacher feels it is
necessary to do something for the next 50 min-
utes. He discovers some lecture notes on the
mating habits of the Amoeba. Of all days why
today? The minutes seem to drag on for hours.
The only way to keep your eyes open is to stare
wisttully at the clock. Finally, the bell rings. Free-
dom! As you rise from your desk, your teacher
informs you that you've been docked 10 points
for sleeping during the movie. "Oh great," you
think. "What a way to start the day!"
Tom Adams and Katie Birney look on while Rebekah Rosen rejoices to be out of class.
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Patty Kimes, and Lisa Mendoza have a rap session
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As a junior in high school, the possibilities
for your future seem countless. The only limi-
tation for your success is your imagination. "I
want to have a hot wife and cute kids to show
off to my flashy friends. I want to drive a car
that will bring envious glances from all, and
give large sums of money to worthy causes so
that people will think I'm a nice guy." Joel
"When I grow up I want to be a corporate
raider. I would bribe company presidents to
give me inside information then I would make
billions from the stock market and eventually I
would own Wall Street. Clvan Boesky is my
idollll' Brian Stern
"I want to retreat to a small mountain cabin,
grow my own grapenuts, and write poetry
about my twelve children." Joanna Brooks
"I wanna live a shallow and obtuse life- and
LOVE lT!!" Curtis Kin
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Brad Freeman is confident that he will be 731 in his chosen field, but Joe Franco and
Suzanne Lyon think differently.
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Ron McGehee was this yearls sophomore class
president. He decided to run for office because
he wanted a leadership role and a say in what is
going on at Foothill. He was influenced by his
sister who was the ASB secretary last year. She
told him what goes on in ASB and how they
accomplish goals. The only other time Ron has
held an office was last year when he was on the
The things Ron liked most about Foothill are
the teamwork, school spirit, sportsg and, that it is
well known academically. He felt FHS would be
better if the teachers and administrators would
allow changing for the better and the breaking of
some old traditions. He felt everyone should be
more open minded.
Ron wanted the administrators to support and
trust FHS students more. This year he and others
in ASB worked to change the school's constitu-
tion. Ron would liked to have seen more lunch
entertainment and school spirit this year. He en-
joys sports and played football and participated
in track this year. He also used his free time to
participate in church programs.
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Right: Laura Barrett describes what is under the micro
Left: Ingrid Moon is deep in thought
Above Right: Tammy Richardson tackles an assignment
Jon Vigano, Tina Araujo, Diane Merker, Tasha
McClintoch having lunch at Lamppost Pizza.
lt's Friday night after the big game. "What
should we do now?" you ask our best buddies.
"I..et's go to my house and watch 'Top Gun',"
someone suggests. "Not again," you moan.
"We've already seen that seventeen times!',
The obvious solution to this common FHS
scenario was to turn to those tried and true
Hangouts. Those familiar places, where one
could always count on seeing a friendly yet
equally bored face - Lamppost, Goldmine Yo-
gurt, and Naugles - were the spots to try first.
And this year thanks to recent construction,
FHS could expand its territory. The Main Place
Mall opened, providing a myriad of activities
from shopping, indulging in tasty cuisine, and
going to the movies. And another popular spot
was the new Spoon's restaurant, which was
often frequented by FHS students.
So the classes of 1987-1988 kept their tradi-
tional hangouts yet received a taste of the new.
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Allison Roby and Brett Metzger look up from their studies Sophomore Allison Roby crams before a Driver s Ed test
while Paul Karlsen reads on.
Paul Karlsen just can't figure out how to get the key in the ignition.
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training. Although there is that dreadful wait that sophomores
must go through between the time that they get their Teen
Driver Manual to when they actually get to sit behind-the-wheel
for their first driving lessons, the sophomores usually managed
to stay on top of things. Once they got their licence, it was only a
matter of time before they talked their dad into buying a car for
themselves, using the car for a hot date, or taking it to the mall.
As to driving itself, some sophomores found it easy to do so.
Paul Karlsen said "You just get in your car and go! It's simple!"
Other people such as Allison Roby said "I'm STILL in Drivers
Ed.!" Some of the sophomores found that driving had great
advantages, like Brett Metzger. "I think itIs great cause' I get to
take girls out on hot dates!'I, said Brett.
Most sophomores found it easy to drive . . . once they got the
hang of it. But, every now and then there will be a sophomore
and a policeman seen exchanging goodwill on Newport Avenue.
These freshmen can't wait to be sophomores.
Shelly Gagen speaks frankly about sophomorehood.
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Mc Cain, Marcie
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A group of hard core surfers speak ani-
matedly about their great Hshredsf'
The surfers worship their "surf god" be-
fore a fun-filled day of hanging ten.
Surfin' F I-IS
"Surfing is like an addiction you just can't stop,"
explained Dane Gorup. Dane, along with his good
friends Tyler Jackson, Joe Melvill, Justin Werth,
Jeremy Mill, Jeff Janis, Rik Larson, Greg Clark, and
Turtle ia prime example of a surfer name.l, is a well
known surfer at Foothill. These guys went surfing
before -and sometimes during- school to their favor-
ite spots. Two of these favorites were San Clemente
T-Street and Black's Beach.
Although these surfers differed on the best thing
about surfing, either "Pulling out of a 'killer' bar-
rell", "Running down a hated boogie boarder", or
"Pulling off a move you've never done before",
their dreams were all very similar - to go on a surfing
safari to Bali or Java with a girlfriend who resembles
Miss OP 1987. This dream will never die for these
surfers and neither will their search for the perfect
wave that they can "totally shredf,
Good friends Melanie Madole, Jennifer Lu. Denise Fulton, Ashley Ressler,
and Sandi Rasmussen find lunchtime a good time to catch up on gossip.
Above Right: Ron McGehee is blinded by the lunchtime sun
Right: Vicki Wilhelm spies the candid camera through the crowd
Above: Cecilia Pak admires the handbags of Rebecca Kershnar and Talin Keuilian.
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Left: Jodie Baird enjoys a stimulating lecture.
A Fresh Face
Paul Constantine, the freshman class president this
year, ran for the distinguished office because he thought
he could help promote freshman class spirit and involve-
ment in school activities. It was important to him to make
every freshman's first year at Foothill a more enjoyable
experience. Never before had Paul held a position on
Busy in extracurricular activities both in and out of
school, Paul's hobbies include writing lyrics to songs,
acting, and playing basketball. l-le said he likes Foothill
not only for it's devoted faculty, but for its avid support-
ers, like Robbie Ross, "Who always stands by us when
we lose a game, and always congratulates us when we
lf Paul had the power to, as president, he would like
the freshmen to have privileges like seniors, and for all
students to have more days off throughout the year to
rest their minds.
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President Paul Constantine wants to promote freshmen class spirit and
involvement in school activities.
John McNerny and Daren Taylor think that Paul Con
stantine is a down-to-earth guy.
A Change Of Pace
All summer they anticipated it. They were entering the big
league now . . . HIGH SCHOOL. Although some freshmen
flowed into the mainstream quickly, others had a more diffi-
cult time adjusting. The homework was piled on, and the
grades received now actually went on college transcripts!
Thus, the word "responsibility" was introduced to every
But, by the end of the first semester it was evident that the
majority of the freshmen class had found his or her own niche
in the high school community. The fact that the freshmen
were still the punchline of every assembly joke was no longer
intimidating or embarrassing, but was looked upon as an
So, whether or not it was wanted, the freshmen took on
their new-found responsibilites, and then they began to con-
centrate their efforts on the finer aspects of freshmen life.
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Travis Ristig, J .J . Mariner, and Russ Stiverson think that
being in high school is no big deal
Doug Lord, Karen Hernandez, Kathy Shortall Mike
Herrick, and Cameron Hertz fmd it easy to make friends
Liz Kelley canlt believe the latest freshmen gossip.
Wendy Staford enjoys a few minutes of free time during class
l Mona Khoury searches for the perfect word for her essay.
The Good Life
After the first few months of adjusting, most freshmen
began to see the benefits that high school has to offer. Besides
the sudden increase in responsibility, they realized their social
lives were also given a boost.
Freshmen could go to those formal dances, like Homecom-
ing and Winter Formal, which they had only dreamed about
going to in junior high. Sports events, too, were much more
fun to attend, for example, at football and basketball games
they could choose to sit in the middle of the rowdy FHS
crowd! And, if they could work out their transportation prob-
lems for the evening, both freshmen guys and gals alike could
cruise over to Naugles or Lampost to mingle with the elite
upperclassmen! And, maybe, they could even test the waters
at an open FHS party!
In addition to the weekends, high school during the week
also had its advantages. With a school of Foothill's size and
diverse student body, FHS always had something to offer.
With ASB activities, sports events, clubs, and dances, there
was always something around the corner to look forward to.
A Tight Squeeze
Although there were many benefits of freshmanhood, there was
one downfall every freshman met upon entering high school - the
lockers. Previously, at Hewes Middle School, the freshmen had
lockers boasting a size of 2'1O" x 9 V2". High School lockers,
meanwhile, are a tight 1'1O" x 9 Va". Where is the justice?
Everyone knows that with high school comes more responsibility,
with more responsibility comes a heavier workload, and with a
heavier workload comes heavier, fatter textbooks! Often, many
underclassmen, and especially seniors, could be seen lugging hefty
bookbags across the quad to class. And, on a bad-day-turned-sunny
many students could be seen wearing buldgy winter coats all day,
which could not possible fit into the little blue cubicles.
However, some students overlooked the unfortunate locker
situation and went on to decorate! Surfers and sports-related
themes were prevalent, and other popular motifs included pictures
of super-models, like Paulina Porizkova, and heart-throbs, like
Charlie Sheen and Tom Cruise.
These freshmen guys are confident in their ability to open the lockers.
Robin Takabayashi doesn't let the cramped space let her down
As usual, the freshmen had only a few methods of transporta-
tion to and from school: the bus, the bike, and the mother.
Unfortunately, sometimes even these modes were undependa-
ble. Getting a flat tire, missing the bus, or not having spare
change to call Mom made the typical freshman resort to desper-
ate measures. For example, Pat Wokurka had to resort to this
undesirable measure after the bus left him at home.
Although the transportation situation was an unpleasant or-
deal to some, others had no problem at all. Dave Ackerman
simply stated, "It's cool because a friend takes me to school."
But John Erdkamp complained, "lt's such a drag for my mom to
have to pick me up." To some freshmen, the idea of unbearable
torture was more appealing than the embarassment of having
good ol' mom, adorned in curlers, of course, parked outside
waiting in the Senior Parking Lot.
Some of the lucky freshmen could bum rides off upperclass-
men friends, while others could make a barter - for instance,
washing the car in exchange for a ride home. i
Whether by bus, bike, Mom, or luck, the transportation prob-
lem will always be a chronic dilemma for all those unlicensed
Top: Did Jason Sullivan miss the bus again?
Above: Bev Scrivens prefers the wild mode of get-
Above: Mr. Munhall is always
happy to help his inquiring stu-
Left: Mr. Nichols teams up with
his fellow scientist, J.P..
Principal: J. Ryan
Assistant Principal: R. Robbins
J. Amdon F. Avila
B. Boyer R. Boyes
Assistant Principal: A. Marzilli
Assistant Principal: B. Wagner
L. Bath J. Booth
C. Bradley S. Briese
Ryan ln Control
James A. Ryan, the new principal this year, is very impressed with Foothill. He
likes everything - the students. the parents, the staff, and even the school itself.
Previously. Mr. Ryan had been a principal at Indio High School, and prior to that,
he was an assistant principal at Miraleste High School.
Mr. Ryan, born in L.A., attended Occidental College. He had a military career
before he entered education. During the Korean War, he was stationed in Ger-
many, and while there, he had the opportunity to visit many European countries.
After returning to L.A., he received his first teaching position as a mathematics
Since then, he has taught several other classes, and he has coached basketball,
track, and tennis. After teaching for 15 years, he entered administration, in which
he has been working for almost 15 years also.
Outside of school, Mr. Ryan enjoys backpacking, camping, bike riding, and
If possible, Mr Ryan would like to tap resources in the community to get
financial support for services that can be used at school. He would like to improve
the appearance of the school, although he states, HFHS has a very nice campus."
Mr. Ryan would also like to work in curriculum revision to ensure the curriculum
will provide the best education system possible. And finally, Mi. Ryan would like to
make FHS a more caring school, so students will feel welcome to it, and attending
Foothill will be a pleasant experience for all.
Above: Mr. Ryan, Foothill's new principal, goes over a report with
counselor Mrs. Rose.
Right: Mr. Waibel goes over some music with his trombone player.
J. Brown J. Brumm S. Chang
S, Chen D. Cook C. Cutti
L. Dean T. De Long R. Ellis
A. Espinoza R. Evans P, Feher M. Fisher M. Fletcher S, Frogue
M. Fujimoto N. Gaspar E. Gecsey S. Gitthens J. Glasgow
Mr. Nichols explains the difference between mitosis and meiosis.
Mr. Boyer reveals the beauty of numbers during Algebra 2,
S. Grey C.Grubbs
H. Hummell C. Kazmiecowicz
Many teachers have come and gone the twenty-five
years that Foothill has been around. But five of the
current faculty have been here since the doors first
opened in September 1963. These five loyal Hknightsw
are Mrs. Booth, Mr. Hummell, Mr. Korich, Mr. Osborne,
and Mr. Robbins.
Each one of them has had a memorable time at FHS,
and Mr. Robbins, originally here as a math teacher, and
now an administrator, says what he has found the most
special about Foothill is, "The overall desire of the stu-
dents to excel both academically and athleticallyf' Mrs.
Booth, also here since the beginning, has always found
the students most special. 'cl have many memories from
the students I have taughtf' she says.
FHS, proud of its twenty-five years of excellence,
must acknowledge these five loyal knights. Their com-
mitment and dedication the last quarter of a century has
contributed to making Foothill the most successful school
in the district.
s. Herzog J. Hill J.xHogan
J. Kettering G. Koerner G. Korich
Mr. Korich displays his familiar smirk.
R. Lewis P. Milligan
G. Milne L. Minne
M. Morgan T. Munhall
L. Myers R. Nichols
E. Nicolai P. Noble
Mr. Brown and Mr. Lewis take a breather after a day of beautifying the campus.
Mr. Ward . . . Foothill's answer to Sigmund Freud.
Mrs. Reardon ponders Americals economic situation.
"What I like most about my job is being around all of the
kids," said Mrs. Dean with a smile. Mrs. Dean, peering out
from behind the bars at the student store everyday, has been
at FI-IS for seventeen years, so she knows almost everything
there is to know about running the student store. Because of
her experience, Mrs. Dean always has everything under con-
trol. She is able to anticipate the busy times of the year, like
Homecoming Week, and then throughout the month of Janu-
ary and into early February, when things are going slow, she
has the opportunity to get everything up to date.
Running the student store requires more than just selling
sweatshirts, school supplies, and activity tickets. Mrs. Dean's
job also demands her time in the evenings. She is usually
present at sports events to supervise the candy selling and to
monitor student enterance. Mrs. Dean devotes a lot of time
and energy in our school, so she deserves much credit for
keeping Foothill running smoothly.
FACULTY Mrs. Dean happily guards the student store.
J. Nolan B. Osborne W. Oster
L. Perkov J. Pfitzner C. Poston
l. Powell J. Reames M. Reardon
B. Rose S. Ruse A. Satterlee M. Sawyer S. Schaumburg
A . G. Sedoo
5. Severson Mr. Korich makes his ideas come alive on the black board.
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if his answer is even correct.
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by one of his studenfs pa-
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Glenn Nicol is overjoyed that Mr.
Minne has given him a perfect "5"
on his essay.
M. Stone D, Stout
G. Waibel J. Wallach
In physics class, Mr. Gaspar easily ex-
plains a difficult problem,
Y. Taylor J. Terry
W, Ward G. Waterman
In civics, Mr. Poston explains the benefits
of a democracy.
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Custodians: Ray Shaver tGroundsmanl, Robert Lewis lHead Custodi-
anl, and James Brown.
Campus Supervisors: Jeanette Munoz, Kevin Benjamin, and Kimberli
Food Service Workers: Front Row - R.
Welch, R. Benoit, J. Arellano, R. Mokski, M.
Hirt. Back Row - B. Boeck, L. Parra, D. Marine,
M. Haugen, C. D'Amato, S. Thompson.
Daddy Bloom takes it easy in his classroom.
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Mrs. Schaumburg advises a student about her French composition.
With each new piece we add to the Building of Tradi-
tion, we come one step closer to our zenith of accom-
plishment. As with everything else: academics, sports,
organizations, etc., activities grow better with age. The
fun our predecessors had in the past is not much differ-
ent than the fun we constantly seek today. High school is
the final realm we are allowed to linger in until we step
unto the plateau of reality. It seems a magical place,
where anything is possible. Seniors tangle with fantasy
and imagination by dressing up as anything they desire
magical, classy touch to some of our most memorable
evenings. You begin, unsure of where to put the corsage,
which foot to move on the dance floor. Then, you gradu-
ally Hbuildl' up to a new level of confidence, where
you're just as likely to take a friend as well as the girl of
our dreams to a dance.
Each activity, whether it be Sadies or Springfest, a pep
assembly or the Prom, creates a new cherished moment
to store away in our fond memories of yesterday. The
days when our imaginations ran wild and we were free to
for Senior Munch. Juniors turned Tustin into L.A., where dabble in our dreams. 1 1
once innocent, clean cut students became the tough 1' I'
inhabitants of the Sunset Strip. I
Dances, such as Winter Formal and Prom, added a Z I
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ston, and Kent Madole each display his own royal trait. l f
Top right: Karen Evans experiences the thrill of being 3 1,-'
crowned Homecoming Queen as her father looks Ai ,Y
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Left: The juniors cheer their class on to victory
during Homecoming week.
Above left: Scott Crosby, Pat Meany and
Dong In Park contemplate their winning ping
Above right: Ashley Selman realizes that win-
ning can be a dirty job.
On a crisp fall day, Foothill's Annual Knights
Homecoming Feast And Joust celebration had
seemed to be enjoyed by all. An assembly was
held which contained various class competitions
including: drag racing, women's mud wrestling,
men's pillow wrestling, and a pie eating contest.
Afterwards, the students divided up and ventured
to the quad where many took up the art of hula
dancing. Others headed down to the cafeteria
area where clubs and class councils sold a variety
of concessions while some went to the pool area
to root their classes on in the innertube water
polo competitions. Many Knights had taken a
turn at giving a car a whack, which was sponsored
by the drama department in order to show the
hidden dramatics, inside everyone. Having the
students dressed up to their class theme also
added fun to the activities. Although the seniors'
Toga day was deleted from this year's schedule,
most had agreed that F.A.K.H.F.A.J. made up
for it, being one of the most successful Feast And
Above: Morgan Ferris and Kristi Evans prepare to take off in the drag race.
Top Right: Pete Schuler seeks destruction, perhaps he should seek profession-
Right: Ashley Selman and Melanie Madole express the anger they share
because they thought they'd be wrestling in chocolate.
F A K I-I F A J Fantas1a
Left Brett Cowdell and Charlie Ramer try to knock each
other s balance as they fnght a Battle of the Bulge
Top Jeff Berry and Erm Reed put the1r hula skllls to the
Above Jesslca Glraldo shows her splrnt and dedlcatlon to
her class by gorgmg herself with blueberry ple
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Above: Sandy Rasmussen, Glenn Nicol, Jason Constan-
tine, Kent Macole, and Holly Pohlman get crazy while
Top Left: Nicole I-Iallamore and Melissa Leupold practice
smiling for our camera before they take their Homecoming
Top Right: Randy Bart and his date say cheers before
drinking their cokes.
Right: Brett Bloom and Karen Evans cuddle next to Brett
Bird and his date.
October 31, a magical night that Foothill students may
remember for a very long time. This was the night of the
annual Homecoming Dance. This year, the dance was
held at one of the spacious, elegant Disneyland Hotel
ballrooms. Even though it was Halloween night, that
didn't distract the Foothill students from coming to the
dance with their dates and having a fun time. Despite the
semi-formal tone of the dance, couples came dressed in
their best evening outfits. Many of the girls wore pretty,
fancy dresses, and many of the guys wore snappy suits,
perhaps bought just for this special, exciting occasion.
Couples got their pictures taken together, and some
people took group pictures and pictures with best
friends, as a remembrance of the dance. As the night
rolled on, energy filled the ballroom dance floor as the
coy couples eventually started to loosen up and dance to
the upbeat music being played by the live band, the
Scandals. And if they stayed on the dance floor long
enough, they could possibly catch a slow dance, giving
them a perfect opportunity to dance cheek to cheek.
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Left: Matt Lillard, Kristin Northcote, Tricia Smarsty,
and Rob Dee show their overwhelming enthusiasm.
Top Left: Allan Baker and Elise Langlois dance all night
Above: Dallas Coombs and Paul Bowman slowly dance
cheek to cheek.
Above: Looking off into the hazy shade of autumn, Chad
McHenry ponders on how he can get out of this tangling situa-
tion, while Doris Chen tries to help.
Top: Charles Ramer takes a hold of the ever so determined Joel
Schneider, and tries to take control.
Right: Strong in their own lock, Michelle Buse, and Edie Mitchell
fight to the finish.
A Week To Remember --
Throughout our school s 25 years of exns
tence there have been several changes for the
good and for the not so good Thus year marks
a change nn Foothlll hlstory It dealt wlth the
whole Homecommg Week The change was
the format of how thmgs were run Thls year
there were no out of control events only those
wrth organnzatlon The week conslsted of a
float bunldmg contest famlly feud mght recrea
t1on mght twlster matches and class arm wres
tlmg Famrly Feud mght d1splayed each class ln
therr own class dress The Semors took a joy
ous vlctory Rec Nnght provlded the sport nn
all of us to go ahead and take a part of the
v1c1ous actlon m the gym The twlster and arm
wrestlmg competntlons took place durmg the
lunch hour blues Even though the thought of
heavenly charlots and Roman costumes fnlled
the mmds of many that was the thmg of the
past for now we must move on To the mmds
of many thus week marked a new chapter nn
Foothlll s book of tradltrons and lt has been a
week to remember
Above Showmg her enthusrasm for
thus twlstmg event Jem Prlce tries to
scramble her way out of this one
Left Kara KOOI gets ready to give nt
her all as Chrlsta Cole laughs heartrly
at her facmg competltxon
:I Expect The Unexpected
The brlsk autumn mght was llke that of no
other For It was on th1s mght that the crowmng of
the Homecomlng Queen was to take place Ea
gerly awaltmg were the students alumm and the
famnhes to watch the court stroll by m thexr con
vertlble sports cars The court was comprlsed of
Ashley Selman Mlchelle McCa1n Cmdy Ross
and Shasle Johnson Therr porcelam expresslons
were sparked wlth exuberance as they rode down
the track The court grew nervous as the an
nouncement of the 1987 Homecomlng Queen
drew near The Queenshlp was presented to Ka
ren Evans who was qulte surprlsed Golden llghts
were dlsplayed 1n the gray sky At the dance the
Homecommg K1ng was announced The court
conslsted of Adam Halrston Derek Frrtts Kent
Madole and Jason Constantme But the wmner
not to many peoples surprlse was the lnfamous
Jeff Berry It showed that anyone can w1n the top
seat of kmg As the nrght progressed the royal
court danced the lummescent mght away to only
expect the unexpected
Above Ashley Selman eagerly awalts the announcement
of the queen
Top Rlght Clndy Ross reflects ln her smile how happy she
Right Mlchelle McCa1n rs honored to be on the court
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Row Adam Halrston Cmdy Ross Ashley Selman and
Wunbhdanliile ottom Row Mrchelle McCa1n Kent
Madoe Kmg Jef Berry Queen Karen Evans Derek
Frrtts and Shasle Johnson
Opposite Far Right K1ng Jeff Berry and Queen Karen
Evans dance the mght away
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night to start.
Above: Amy Stienle, Shelly Gagen, David
Frutos, and Kent Donally anxiously await
those tropical sandy beaches.
Right: Dressed in the ever so popular Ha-
waiian garb, Jennifer LU, Melanie Madole,
Ashley Russler and Denise Fulton enjoy
their lunches while thinking thoughts of Ha-
1 SOPHOMORE RECOGNITION DAY
Sophomores I-I1t I-Iawau
Frnday October 30 the sophomore
class brought the I-Iawanan Islands to
Foothlll As sophomores began to ar
rlve at school dressed as surfers hula
dancers tourlsts and casual beach
bums they showed their school Splflt
for the festlve day of sophomore dress
up Students began to greet themselves
wnth the common Aloha and they
had vlslons of Waknkl Beach They had
not let the shock of summer vacatlon
belng so far off bother them Instead
they hved nt up and looked forward to
the ska season As the days aCtlVltl2S
started the sophomores brlghtened up
the quad w1th an I-Iawanan band and
hula dancers They also added some
flowers and troplcal decoratnons to hv
en up the mood The sun was shlmng
brlght as many students gave It thelr
best try to keep up wlth the hula danc
ers whnle others declded to slt back and
enjoy thelr tropncal drunks and pnzza
Wlth the many who partlclpated m the
Hawau theme It resulted ln a very
successful day for the class of 90
Left Rncky Robinson gets a private hula lesson
from a tropxcal Island prmcess
Top Left Nancy Russel warts patlently for her
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Top Left: Frank Busalacchi, Dave Gesler, Seth Yakatan, Mike
Shepard, Corey Scrivens, Dan lftiger, Jason Zweigle, and Matt
Yates, what an impressive bunch.
Right: Michelle Stenmark and Michelle Lowe hang loose in their
picture on Shannon Guarnacci s lap
about the Munch
Bright and early at 7:30 in the morning on October
14th, the weary Foothill Seniors gathered at Knotts
Berry Farm for the Senior Munch breakfast as part of
the Senior activities this year. Everyone dressed up in
various outrageous, colorful, original, humerous cos-
tumes. There were many people dressed up as preg-
nant nuns escorted by priests, and a lot of Mexicans
and other creative outfits. The Munch was held in a
popular coffee house at Knotts, where inside was
filled with chattering, hungry Seniors anticipating their
breakfasts which consisted of scrambled eggs, fresh
hot biscuits, potatoes and other tasty breakfast fixins.
After breakfast was finished, the entertainment be-
gan. This year, a comedian had been hired to put on a
show for the Munch crowd. He was very funny and
kept everyone laughing through the morning. Then,
, after breakfast and entertainment, the big Senior
Munch group picture was taken in a selected area of
Knotts Soon after the Munch came to an end and
eventually everyone made their way hesitatmgly back
Left Kari Newcom stops for a second to take a quick
Top Left John Collins looking beautiful as Snow White
Above Kimber Bryant and Teri Morgan look excited
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to become the ultimate Foothill
Knight begins during one's freshmen
year and continues until the senior
year is reached. As depicted from
the picture, the lives of everyday
freshmen are portrayed by Susie Lu-
bell and John Scardino. It is evident
that fitting into the high school scene
can be very difficult for most fresh-
men. Scardino is looking a little
bummed at the thought that he could
still fit into a trashcan. Perhaps, he
wished that he had not slammed into
these seniors during his rush to his
World Cultures class to beat the tar-
dy bell. It also appears that Lubell is
confused as she seeks guidance from
her library book. Never fear, soon
enough these greenhorns will have
learned the ropes. Mrs. Fujimoto will
have been relieved from her duty of
issuing school maps to the lost wan-
derers. Just as the school nurse
won't have to continually restock the
band-aid supplies for those who lose
their balance while running through
the halls. As these freshmen grow,
they will have developed the quali-
ties found in the supreme Foothill
Knight to get a true feel for the high
Upon entering sophomore year,
one has made the second big step of
four up the ladder of supremacy. To
the right, there is the depiction of
sophomores having a glimpse of ex-
actly what "responsibility" entails.
Alison Olivera and David Frutos en-
joy the future aspects presented to
them as they enter into a whole new
world of experiences including, be-
hind-the-wheel, and their first part
time job. Here, it is evident that Oli-
veira has survived behind-the-wheel
and has lived through her permit
test. There is a sense of excitement
portrayed by Frutos as he "shows
offf' his Biology and Health books.
Sophomores also have a chance to
relive Julius Caesar and The Good
Earth in their literature classes. The
administration did not waste any
time in preparing sophomores for
college with the opportunity to take
the N.E.D.T. and P.S.A.T. To some,
sophomore year is nothing more
than a second year of high school. To
the rest it is a challenging stepping
stone to a successful high school ca-
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Brad Smith and Julie Lerch exhibit the
freedom the juniors gained once they be-
came upperclassmen. The juniors are now
authorized to drive, many with their own
cars. Aside from this, the upperclassmen
attain the honor of studying to take the
Scholastic Aptitude Test. Brad explains
his test taking tips to Lerch while she
dreams about her date to the Junior f Sen-
ior Prom, which she is now eligible to go
to. Juniors took on higher paying jobs like
office work, catering, and working for
their fathers. Juniors also hit a fashion
peak when they have received their per-
sonalized class rings. Although these up-
perclassmen now have many privileges,
they also have many responsibilities. They
must start planning for the future and
buckle down in classes like Chemistry,
History and Algebra 2. Trips to colleges
and to universities are done now. This age
in high school is basically stable as most
juniors have made great achievements in
their interests such as sports, clubs, and
friends. This lead the juniors closer to
becoming the ultimate Knight, having es-
tablished many of the characteristics
Having finally reached perfection, Ve-
ronica Vasquez and Tom Adams are
psyched about being seniors. They toast
each other to their conquest with their
stylishly original senior mugs. They are
obviously excited and anxious for gradu-
ation as they model their graduation
gowns. At this point in high school, the
seniors are at their peak. Having senior
privileges such as shortened classes and
permission to leave school for lunch have
certainly helped to ease the shocking blow
of attending school. Special Senior
Munches and other activities have also
added fun to make this year even more
bearable. Many Foothill students express
their excitement for the future by wearing
college sweatshirts. After having exper-
ienced four years at Foothill the Knights
of the class of 1988 are the finished prod-
uct of success. They will be missed by the
students, faculty and friends at Foothill,
but will never be forgotten. Their prowess
will serve as an example to the remaining
underclassmen in showing them how to
become the ultimate Knight.
BUILDING ON A KNIGHT
On Junior Recognition Day, Foothill High School's quad
gave the students an example of what the streets of Los
Angeles looked like. They dressed up and showed us all their
class spirit by being dressed up as gangsters all the way to
movie stars. They also made it complete with leather pants,
chains, and hair nets. Of course we can not forget the ladies as
bag ladies all complete with torn clothes, and the shopping
carts. Even though the traditional dress up day did not last all
week, the juniors gave it their best. The juniors had to wait to
show their spirit until Friday. After the juniors devoured their
L.A. lunch which consisted of tacos, ice cream, and Cokes,
they had walked over to the quad area for some sheer Holly-
wood entertainment. The entertainment consisted of a real
disc jockey, a water dunking booth, hula dancers, and much
more. With the start of the new dress up tradition, the juniors
showed their spirit to the fullest.
Top Right: Craig Turk is just doing business with Rick Green.
Above: Amy Garrison smiles pretty, while Marian Chen just
Right: Gary Latona, Tom Adams, and Joanna Brooks, all smile
with Gary the "Birthday Boy!"
JUNIOR RECOGNITION DAY
L.A.'s The Place --
Top Jeff Thomas Troy Icenhower Davld Mtlle Jeff Hufnagel Blll
Kellogg Kathy MacKmtosh Erlc Kottke and Dave Clayton get mto
the spmt of thmgs
Above Jenmfer Hutton and Clndn Pedersen dress for the occaslon
Left Robert Valenta and Chrls Patton check out the campus while
Erm Ferns says somethmg totally blzarre to Julie Near who daydreams
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On October 30 1987 the Foothlll semors
took thelr clubs m hand to partlcxpate m the
annual dress up day festnvntles Contrary to
the former tradltnonal toga theme Foothlll
guys and gurls put on thelr ragged ammal
sklns and roamed among the creatrve props
of dmosaurs and folnage creatlng the new
pr1m1t1ve theme Most guys resembled Fred
Flmtstone and Bam Bam whule the glrls
looked luke Pebbles and Wnlma Grrls had
bones on them and 1n thelr haxr Guys dls
played fashlonable long hanred w1gs and
fuzzy footwear To start out th1s new tradn
tlon all the students gathered rn the gymna
class competntuons Afterwards the semors
barbarncally ate thenr lunches whlch could be
bought from the various food stands that
were set up mn the cafeterla Many students
were skeptlcal about the change nn Feast
And Joust but after the event was under
way enthusnasm could be sensed Senlor
dress up day turned out to be a great suc
Above Mlke MacK1nnon rergns over the rest of the
Top Right Katre Lewls and Tern Morgan splurge on
a nutrltlous lunch
Right Seth Yakatan and Kelly Sawyer make a
charmlng royal couple
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Left: Anne Schwab, Eddie Jimenez, and Jennifer Luna,
two cave women for every guy.
Below: Randy Spears in thought, what goes through a
cave man,s mind?
Bottom: Shannon Singer, Cindy Lin, Allison Hayman,
Sarah Left, and Esther Springett-the Brontosaurous family.
SENIOR RECOGNITION DAY
Top: Marc Hansen wants to catch some
Baja waves while Neal Garcia and Colin
Crosby kick back and enjoy the good life.
Right: Showing off her beautiful sombrero,
Heather Schneider enjoys the fruits of a
FRESHMAN RECOGNITION DAY
Arrlba arrlba andele andele y1 y1 yr
Speedy Gonzales says Freshman class h1t the
border on a beautlful October day we wnll all
remember at Foothlll I-hgh School Excltement
fxlled the land south of the border known as the
quad wnth frnendly senors and senormtas who
spent t1me together sharmng thelr fake smokes
and orlgmal mexlcan blankets The cool
crowd fantaslzed about havnng lowered 67
Chevy s wnth tmted wlndows and fuzzy green dlce
hangmg from thenr rearvlew mlrrors The people
from Los Angeles I-lawan and even the caves
1o1ned ln the flesta of eatlng dehcnously greasy
tacos along wxth other foods sold nn another part
of campus Although Julxo Iglesla was not per
formxng people appreclated the young DJ s mu
slc by dancmg wlldly m the quad Unfortunately
thls beautlful day of celebratmg was brought to an
end but not the vlsrons of colorful pmatas dark
shades and bug sombreros that he 1n the memo
rles of the handsome senors and beautlful senorl
Top Jeff Fnshbeck shows enthuslasm to
Left Colm Crosby seems very content as
he IS taking an afternoon slesta
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A Formal Fantasy
At the start of the long awanted Winter
Break the 1987 Formal turned out to be qulte
a fantasy especlally for 12 young men and
women who were selected for the Formal
Court due to the excellent servxce they ve glven
to Foothlll Hugh The court conslsted of prm
cesses Susan Brown Dma NlCOlal Stephanle
Schwartz Paula Valle and Shrrley Wu The
prmces were Paul Cash John Collms Bryan
Hannegan Matt L1llard and Mike Marchettn
Each member of the court was full of antxclpa
tion and excltement as the kmg and queen of
the Foothlll 1987 Wlnter Formal Dance were to
be announced Wlth a suspenseful drumroll It
was dlscovered that Paula Valle and Paul Cash
had captured the crowns In a royal celebration
Kung Paul and Queen Paula fulfilled thelr fanta
sy by sharxng a romantnc dance whlch wlll be a
fond memory forever
Above Juhe Dunn Ed Loonam Tom Haw
kms and Chrlsta Bryant wonder what Mrke
Crowell has been up to
Top Right Brlan Costanza and Malle Lxlly are
happy to be at a formal together
Bottom Right: Queen Paula Valle and Kmg
Paul Cash are a ravlshlng royal couple
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Above: The 1987 Winter For-
mal Court: Top Row: Matt Lil-
lard, John Collins, Mike Ma-
chetti and Bryan Hannegan. Bot-
tom Row: Shirley Wu, Dina Ni-
colai, King Paul Cash, Queen
Paula Valle, Susan Brown, and
Left: Matt Phillips, Sarah Shaw,
Tricia Smarsty, Rob Dee, Andy
Dabney, Casey Martin, Alison
Yarberry, Brian Wright, Matt
Bear, and Kim Bairami know
what sophistication is all about.
WINTER FORMAL COURT
7 p.m. "Mom, Dad, I only need a couple hundred
dollarsl, What time is it?, Where is he?, Is he late?,
What time do I have to be home?, Where's the tick-
ets?, Do I look alright?, Oh gosh . . . there's a run in
my nylons! I-IELPV'
As signs of rainy weather, snow top mountains and
seasonally lit houses appear, girls at Foothill High
School begin to get nervous. Especially when that day
came to ask that rad babe to the December 19th
Winter Formal Dance.
This exciting night at the Anaheim Convention Cen-
ter served as a fun-filled remembrance before the New
Year to come. Some couples enjoyed a romantic even-
ing, being driven around in a flashy limousine to dinner
and the dance. Others enjoyed a quick bite to eat at
Dennys, overloading their cars just to get to the dance
and show their stuff on the dance floor. The band,
Heirborne, was a smashing hit.
10 a.m. "Mom, Dad, dinner was fabulousl, Didn't
my date look great?, The band was outrageous! I can't
wait till the next Foothill High Dance!"
WINTER FORMAL DANCE
Formal F rolics
Top left Mxke Sardo and Llsa Rm
con are all smiles tomght
Top right Lookmg ravlshly Marl
anne WllllamS and Cathle Hupe
pose for the camera man
Left Susan Brown and Jim Alver
son Greg Whlte and Cmdy Wagon
er slow the speed down for a ro
mantlc dance to Helrborne
Opposite page top Portraymg
Queen Mlke Marchettx looks
speechless due to the fact he has so
Klrkham Charhe Cleary Cmdy
Cummlngs Scott Leon and Greg
Amrofell stuff themselves out of
thelr hmo sun roof catchmg all of
Opposite page bottom Exhaust
ed from dancmg All Gnlbreath Vxr
gmla Whlpple Eleanor Tabachmk
Joyce Truban Tracy Nlshlyama
and Laura Leong take a break to
gossxp about thexr dates
Who dropped the
Opposite page middle: Tracy
WINTER FORMAL DANCE
Above: Mrr Ryan, Mr. Githens, and Sheri Alterman rush
to get a good seat.
Top: Brad Cornier, Laura Dutrisac, Brett Bloom, Glenn
Nicole, Jason Constantine and Christine Karcher dig in
Right: Alex Kiritschenko and John Scherbarth enthusi-
astically cheer for their team's horseman.
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NIGHTIME SENIOR MUNCH
Foothill High School's second
Senior Munch this year was held at
the unique Medieval Times Restau-
rant. Students who went to the
munch found themselves having a
fantastic time wearing paper
crowns, eating their dinners with
their fingers, and cheering on the
jousters in the huge, sand filled are-
na in the middle of the restaurant.
The jouster, dressed in Medieval
costume, put on a great action filled
performance. The King andQueen
of Medieval Times did their duty of
nobly presiding over the eveningls
festivities. After dinner and the
show there was dancing and music
for everyone to enjoy. Everyone
who went to the munch came back
to school with good comments for
their friends about the fun time
Above: Sara Valdez, Valerie Nozick and Carrie Thompson are seen
having a gay old time.
Top: Kari Newcum courageously puts a flag at the end of the
Left: Gretchen Schershel and Holly Pohlman are overwhelmed by
NIGHTIME SENIOR MUNCH
The high school scene added a new slice of life
in our Garden Of Delight. It brought the students a
chance to expand their dating horizons to better
things. High school marked the beginning for some
a chance to share their life with someone else, and
for others it brought a chance to explore the vast
dating field. For most students this social time
came much sooner than for others. But like every-
one else, these elite few had to have experienced
the pros and cons of the "first date" The first date
for most people has it's set backs. After hours of
careful preparation, some experience a sense of
nervousness. Clammy palms, dry throat- and lack
of communication drags on as the night pro-
gresses. But after the dinner, and movie you feel
more at ease with the person. This is not so bad
after all, for it was now that the art of dating has
Right: Carefully preparing for the big night on the
town, Juliet Deckart makes sure her impression
Middle: That sly guy Gary Latona, makes the old
yawning and stretching act, while Juliet Deckart
seems a little bit tense.
Top Right: Juliet Deckart and Gary Latona enjoy
a simple meal at the house for the first date.
Top Left: Gary Latona, like any perfect gentleman
brings flowers to Juliet Deckart, who is impressed.
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High School couples were a remarkable item
of interest. They were the ones who walked
comfortable hand in hand down the crowded
halls. They were the ones who sneaked a kiss
and a hug before class began. Finally, they
were the ones who are together forever. Those
few couples that were present were utterly
inseperable with each other's companionship.
The big difference between the steady couple,
and the couple that is just started out seeing
each other, is the rate of date. The serious
couple goes for the cheaper way sometimes,
for all they need is each other's presence. As
the sun slowly sets into dusk, the couple have
planned a night of enchantment, for they were
together once again.
Top: For a quick meal before seeing a movie, long time
couple Eric Kottke, and Kathy Mackintosh prepare to
dig in as Scott Murray brings them their meal.
Middle: Eric Kottke sweetly serenades his love, Kathy
Bottom: Sharing is the name of the game at mealtime
for Kathy Mackintosh and Eric Kottke.
lt was a flrst at Foothlll Hngh as
the students gathered m the gym
for a Pajama Dance on February
12 Students began to arrlve
dressed m boxer shorts mght
gowns sweats and some dragged
along the1r favorlte teddy bear to
dance the nlght away At flrst the
students seemed a llttle hesxtant
about the or1g1nal new theme but
once the dance started the enthusx
asm lncreased Everyone was out
to have fun and they certamly suc
ceeded The crowd danced to the
sound of the dxsc jockeys untll
12 00 when the dance ended As
the mght came to an end It was
evldent that a good tlme was had
by all who attended It w1ll be ln
terestmg to see lf the Pajama
Dance w1ll turn mto a Foothlll tra
Above Jason Constantme and Kent Madole woke up to a new dance.
Top Erlc Kottke Davld Clayton and Davld Muller know how to dance
Right Kara Madsen llkes to boogle m her P J s
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vigne, and Kate Kosuth are ready for sweet dreams tonight.
Top: Brian Chodowski, Joe Franco, Steve Peterman, Joey
Lema, and Matt McFadden wonder who to dance with.
Above: Nicole Herr and Pat George are waiting for the
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Different strokes for different folks, or so
they say, Music brought relaxation during
hard times for some, for it is a means of
escape. Throughout the years our taste of
music changes also from disco to punk, to
hard rock top 40. Whatever your taste may
be, most people idolize a certain rock figure
that had brought new depth and dimension
in their world. If your idol was Ian Curtis,
Rat Scabies, The Beatles, David Bowie, Bry-
an Ferry, to Springsteen, Peter Murphy, or
Morrissey, the student can relax to the lyr-
ics. This past year for music brought back
the dance scene and clubs. Whatever you
fancy music wise, rock'n'roll is here to stay.
Right: Classics from: Queen, Led Zeppelin, AC DC,
and the Kinks, the roots of music.
Middle: It's trench coat and Vespa time as we look
back at the early Mod scene: Greats from Madness,
Specials, Selector, The Beat, and Bad Manners.
Top: A classic in itself: The Wall from Pink Floyd.
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Top Right: Early albums that
made Oingo Boingo what they
Top Left: Classic Rush albums.
Middle: The Boss, what more
can be said.
Left: Joy Division, Bauhaus, Sis-
ters Of Mercy, and Tones On
Tail, in their heyday.
TRADlTlON OF MUSIC
Knee Slappln Sadles
Above Marrym Sam weds a couple m holy hlll bllly
Top Mlchelle Webb Cathy Shortall Karen Hernandez
and Katle Hernandez pose for a stag plcture
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On March 12, 1988, all of Foot-
hill's Daisy Mays and Joe Bobs
turned out for the knee slappin' Sa-
die Hawkins Dance in the Foothill
gymnasium. The dance was hosted
by a video D.J. who set up two big
screens for everyone to either
dance to the cool music or watch
the videos. Among the Sadie Haw-
kins court winners were Frank Bu-
salacchi and Jenifer Price for the
Senior class, Chris Lema and Robin
Mayemura for the Junior class,
John Shanahan and Melanie Ma-
dole for the Sophomore class, and
Kristin Miller and Paul Constantine
for the Freshman class. Marryin'
Sam wed couples, and everyone
took pictures with everyone else.
Above: Glen Nicol, behind Mary Richardson and Katie Kambes-
tand, still waiting.
Top: Collin Crosby, Stephanie Short, Lisa Marquis, and Traci
Shields prove that some were having more fun than others.
Left: J.P. and Susanne Marietta take a picture for mom and dad.
1987 was a time to remember the
tradition of spirit in our pep assem-
blies. This remarkable year brought
about a surge of burning energy to
participate within the student body.
Although our stunt squad performed
their acrobatic abilities to perfection,
the dedicated ASB made the assem-
blies worth watching. ASB planned
events that made each class proud of
their grade. With the yelling class
competitions, and the return of the
gauntlet act, came participation from
the whole student body. Also the as-
semblies were touched by the pres-
sence of remarkable basketball and
the clever Wish Fairy, who brought
joy to all. A great hand of apprecia-
tion to the Pep Squad and to ASB,
for they brought back the true mean-
ing of the word spirit, which is the
key to success.
Above: Ricky Robinson tries to get down the ladder of stu-
dents, in order to participate in the competition.
Top: The ever so impressive Junior Varsity Squad finish with
Right: Practicing their chorus line, Myke Gorup, and Jane
Ojanpera prove the secret to success.
A Key To Success
Above: Jackie Gibbs and Paul Constantine master the Art of
candy cane passing
arch of spectacular spirit
Left: After completing a rigorous pep routine, Bernice Wu jumps
Top: The Varsity Cheer and the Songleaders combine to form an
Responsibility comes with the territory
through a job. A job usually marked the
beginning of your own financial indepen-
dance from your parents. Now the student
could earn extra spending money or save
your earnings for bigger and more promising
things. Most students take a job to fulfill
their car demands with insurance payments,
while others have saved their hard earned
money for college. But whatever the student
spends his money on, they would have used
some skills taught in school. For receptionist
work, one perfects their typing and note
taking skills. Still others display their public
relations skills for profit. Whatever the
work, a job can hold many benefits for your
Right: Brad Wosinski brilliantly displays his joy for
work, while wiping that window.
Top: Kurt Smith also enjoys his work at a frozen
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Top Right: Kurt Smith helps the hungry in a delicious way.
Top Left: Brad Wosinski gets perturbed at the fact that someone
keeps taking silly pictures of him.
Left: Kurt Smith loves to pull that yogurt handle.
Tradition and excellence both hold true when
referred to Foothill's ability to excel to the high-
est in Academics, Clubs, and Athletics. But Ac-
tivities this past year mixed old and new ideas and
created a promising future for the social atmo-
sphere right here at Foothill. During the 25 years
of existance, Foothill has maintained the supreme
quality in organization for pep assemblies, and
dances. ASB and the student body provided what
was known as the most energetic assemblies in a
long time. The old senior toga concept was gone,
and the new night time senior munch was here.
For the first 25 years, the Activities tradition
burned bright, with a few more sparks here and
there. What is in store for activities in the future?
Well, until the next chapter, activities will contin-
ue with success.
Right: Katie Lewis, and Dina Nicolai lead the crowd in a
Top: Looking artistically dapper, Greg Difronzo ponders
on his paintbrush,
Above: Looking forward to the weekend, Kristin Herts-
gaard is content on her weekend plans.
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students, the Main Place offers a new
experience for shopping.
Top: Matt Yates, Mike Shepard, Mike
Gonzalez, Dave Gesler, Corey Scrivens,
Morgan Ferris, and Chris Veje enjoy
themselves at the senior night time
Middle: Booging down to the cool disco
beat, John Mountain, Scott Barton, and
Eric Garcia perfect their moves.
Bottom: Melanie Martin and Jill Evans
finish up their work in order to go to the
dance on Saturday.
Right: Bob Lutz perseveres to the finish
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the ball to the opposing side.
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stiff position with her opponent.
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Athletics are a vital part of Foothill's unprecedented
reputation. Through hard work and unfaltering dedica-
tion, Foothill's athletes strived to reach the pinnacle of
success and personal satisfaction. Possessing raw or po-
tential talent would not be enough. Working together as
a team, practicing hours on end, generating enthusiasm,
refining skills, and making sacrifices could only add up
the formula of success. Athletes were faced with the
challenge this year of living up to the standards embla-
zened in 25 years of excellence. With such great talent
and incentive to be the best, Foothill refused to disap-
point adament supporters.
There is a sport for every individual taste. Soccer,
water polo, track, and volleyball are only a few of a vast
variety offered. One sport should not be considered
better than another. Rather, each should be seen as
equal, but different, contributing to the strength of the
school and teaching individuals to become part of a
cooperative team. Sports not only strengthens the body,
but also the mind and the human spirit.
Left: Randy Kellerman sets
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Right: Varsity: Back Row: S. Schwartz, A.
Steinle, D. Nicolai, H. Pollack, T. Foxe, Coach
Front Row: T. Sadler, A. Hayman, S. Singer, S.
Bottom: J.V.: K. Lodgard, S. Gagen, J. Ehret, S.
Rasmussen, M. Labat, S. Hilsabeck, H. Harmon,
C. Cutliff, K. Walker, C. Bryant, J. Beehan, A.
Bottom Right: FroshfSoph: Top: C. Norquist,
T. Kirkham. Middle: K. Shortall, K. Hernandez,
K. Alford. Bottom: A. Krofton, C. Reid, T. Reid,
The Froshf Soph team after a victorious meeting.
Tina Sadler is airborne once again.
As the Volleyball season of '87 came to a
close, the teams went out knowing they had
a gratifying season. Led by rookie Coach
Lesuer, the Varsity Volleyball team had no
problem in putting more points on their side
than most other teams did. As many a team
found out, the volleyball squad of '87 was
pretty well up on top. All three teams prac-
ticed hard and played hard to give what they
could. Tanya Foxe, Tina Sadler, and team-
mates put out a strong effort on their part to
secure a positive side of the game, as well as
the experience. The J.V. team also im-
proved as the season prolonged, as so did
the Froshf Soph players. Both ending in a
fairly normal season and expected to be-
come even stronger in the near future. As
for the Varsity team, their future looks excit-
ing with returning players and new hopefulls
that will boost the team even more. Volley-
ball is picking up, and each year even better.
Sandy Rasmussen flips the ball over the other team.
I-I O Polo Takes
Foothill continued its winning tradition in waterpolo with
another successful season this year. Led by goalie Artie Castro
and seven other returning players, the varsity finished with a
19 win and only 9 loss season overall. In Century League
action the team was 5 and 0. This undefeated record assured
the Knights of winning the league title and gaining a playoff
berth. The team made it to the second round of CIF play
before losing a tough game to Corona Del Mar.
As in the past, Foothill relied on teamwork rather than just
one player. "Everyone worked together and the team's scor-
ing was pretty much even," said team captain A.J. Palluck. At
the beginning of the year the team set a goal to beat archrival
Villa Park, and that is exactly what they did, 12 to 9. Along
with the Villa Park game, one of the season's highlights was
competing in the Stanford tournament, where the team fin-
ished with a very respectable 3 and 2 record. This is an
important tournament because college coaches watch for
prospects. Along with the team's league title, Rob Reynolds
received the Century League MVP.
Foothill goes for the ball at the start of a period
A.J. Palluck and Jason Leach celebrate after a goal.
Varsity goes over the game plan between quarters. Rob Reynolds looks for the open man
Above: Back Row: Coach Jim Brumm,
Pete Schuler, Adam Musch, Brian Cas-
tandya, Brett Cowdell, Chris Myhra,
Coach Dave Simcox. Middle Row: Greg
Welch, Craig Stuart, Jason Leach, Rob
Reynolds, Andrew Maclachlam, A.J.
Palluck, Chuck Davis. Front Row: Dan
Ernst, Joshua Lin, Artie Castro, Todd
Brock, Ron Scott, Mitch Jones.
Right: Artie Castro makes a diving
Below: Brian Costanza works for
the open shot.
16 S.A. Valley 7
26 Santa Ana 5
12 Villa Park 9
21 El Modena 2
10 Canyon 7
VARSITY H O
The Future Is
Foothill's varsity wasn't the only team with a great
record in waterpolo this year. The J.V.'s and Froshf
Soph carried on where the varsity left off. The J .V. team
finished the year with an impressive 12 and 4 record
overall. In league the team was 3 and 1. The FroshfSoph
team under the guidance of Coach Delong ended the
season with a 13 and 6 record overall. In Century
League play the Knights were 3 and 1. The team's only
league loss came in a close game with Villa Park.
As for next year and the future of Foothill waterpolo,
things look very good. Next year's varsity team will have
several returning players along with excellent personnel
moving up from the J.V. and FroshfSoph teams. On
next year's team Coach Simcox had this to say, "Next
year we have a very good chance to repeat as league
champs and even win CIF."
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Coach Delong gives the team a few pointers. Brad Otoupalik goes up to block a shot
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Above Right: Coach Delong makes a stand
for his team.
Left: Back Row: Brad Otoupalik, C. Myrha,
Scott Griswold, Coach Tom Delong, Chris
Casteel, Zach Holder, Mark Hansen. Middle
Row: Jason Salata, Brian Galey, Matt
Grahm, Liam Murphy, Dominic Manzo.
Front Row: Craig Metcalfe, Collin Crosby,
Mark Delvaux, Judd Leach.
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Back Row:F. Bussalachi, T. Hawkins, D. Todd, S. McCarthur, A. Hairiston, D. Fritts, D. Sprayberry, J. Constantine, M. Newcomb, J.
Mountain, R. Schafer, M. Russel, G. Nicol. Fifth Row: J. Hairiston, B. Byrd, D. Gesler, M. Marchetti, M. Higgens, T. Collins, D.
Anselmo, E. Garcia, D. Iftiger, C. Schmidt, B. Deeses, J. Bennett. Fourth Row: S. Quinn, C. Keyler, D. Alverson, P. Thorton, S. Seaver,
C. Scrivins, S. Ball, M. Shepard, M. Yates, D. Steiner, B. Parks, B. Bloome. Third Row: T. Delnoce, G. Johnson, C. Ressler, M. Veje, D.
Butler, M. Horton, P. Richard, W. Van Pelt, G. White, D. Addy, K. Madole. Second Row: A. Fragassi, S. Yakatan, K. Astor, R. Jackson,
M. Womack, R. Ross, J. Bennett, S. Barton, K. Cops, A. Chambers, C. Veje. Front Row: B. Bridenbecker, M. Gonzalez, B.
Chowdowski, A. Afrasiabi, B. Kellog, J. Reed, R. Telson, R. Kellerman, E. Loonam, D. Healy.
The J.V. defense is ready for action.
Ardavan Afrasiabi tries to break a tackle. Coach Howell ponders on the teams' future.
Spotting a man down field, Randy Kellerman gets ready to throw a bomb.
With a tough schedule this year in football, the
Freshmen and Sophomore football team complet-
ed their season amidst the hopes for next year.
Close games throughout the year cost both of the
teams a winning season and a league champion-
ship. But the losses did not detract from their will-
ingness to practice hard and to play hard. The
Sophomores, led by Ron McGehee and John Shan-
ahan, finished their season with a 4-6 record. The
Freshmen, led by Sean Saunders and Tim Hester,
ended their season with a 3-6-1 record. Next year,
the Freshmen and Sophomores will join the ranks
of the Varsity, Junior Varsity, or Sophomore foot-
ball team. lt is only a matter of time before these
dedicated Freshmen and Sophomores will lead
Foothill to victory.
Sophomore John Shanahan eludes a tackle.
Freshman Sean Saunders looks for an opening.
Sophomores root their team to victory.
Freshman running back Bryan Husband plows over the defenders for a first down.
1 FROSHXSOPH FOOTBALL
'he 1987 Freshmen Football Team. Back Row: D. Kiritschenko, M. Mag-
iano, J. McNerney, D. Norman, J. Sanders, D. Ackerman. Middle Row: B.
lusband, M. Duffy, S. Greek, T. Graichen, J. Brizuela, D. Park, M. Dean. Front
low: S. Saunders, D. Hume, D. Schneider, J. Scrdino, L. Kugelman, T. Hester.
Freshman Evan Lang fades back to pass.
fhe 1987 Sophomore Football Team. Back Row: R. Slobodynsky, J. Alford,
L Zupka, J. Grissinger, C. Pearson, F. Amos. Fourth Row: J. Newcomb, K.
Jettor, J. Shanahan, N. Sanfilippo, J. Gagen, G. Clark, M. Wilkinson. Third Row:
fl. Bosko, D. Sprayberry, J. Mojarro, E. Johnson, C. Thornton, J. Austin. Second
low: B. Palluck, S. Sousa, R. McGehee, M. Bablot, A. Martinez, J. Vreeland, S.
iakamoto. Front Row: C. Leitner, J. Duarte, R. Nakamura, B. Jezowski, R.
Robinson, J. Zachry.
Sophomore Ron McGehee loses the defenders.
The Varsity, the Junior Varsity, and
the FreshmenfSophomore teams
showed prominence for the duration of
the season. It would have been hard not
to with returning Varsity super stars as
Michelle Mccain, Laura Dutrisac and
Kristin Northcote. Along with them
came such newcomers as foreign ex-
change student Alex Luckinger from
Austria and Shayne Hemsley. Acquired
years of experience and team unity
were the key factors for the group of
eleven girls, as proven with their dura-
ble ability that got them to C.I.F. Al-
though they lost second round, the win
was not given up easily. Both the Junior
Varsity and the Freshmenf Sophomore
teams had a great season too! No mat-
ter how tough a season, it was a learn-
ing experience for each of these girls.
All in all, it was a triumphant season for
the three girls' tennis teams. Congratu-
Top Right: Laura Dutrisac and Missy Veiga
show that unity and friendship are important.
Middle Right: Varsity Back Row: M. McCain,
M. Veiga, S. Hemsley, Coach Jim Benish, K.
Kooi, J. Huang, K. Kosuth. Front Row: L.
Dutrisac, C. Cole, A. Luckinger, K. Northcote,
Bottom Right: J f V Back Row: Coach Karen
Byrd, K. Lin, K. Bryant, H. Pohlman, M. Leu-
pold, M. Powell, K. Knowles, D. Merker. Mid-
dle Row: D. Kim, S. Taylor, J. Gin, S. Schwartz,
R. Boseker, C. Lin, P. Ting. Back Row: L.
Hauser, A. Goldstein, S. Short, C. Cummings,
S. Barloewen, S. Furumi.
Left: Kara Kooi gives it her best shot!
Above Left: Joyce Huang anxiously waits to
see if the ball will really get over the net.
Top: Christa Cole is trying to figure out where
the net went.
Above Right: FXS Back Row: coach Karen
Byrd, L. Foltz, K. Alcumbrac, K. Bruce, D.
Garceau, R. Takabyashi, A. Roby, J. Lin. Mid-
dle Row: J. Bernstein, E. Tabachnik, L. Sam-
ple, B. Baharie, J. Deckert, E. Ko, A. Kim, S.
Wong. Front row: S. Srinath, L. Merchant, T.
Nishiyana, L. Ronhausen, M. Lee, T. Marlin, E.
GIRLS' TENNIS 1 8 1
Speed Cf Light
"Cross country is unlike any other sport on
campus. Those who do not participate think
those of us who do are crazy. But we gain such a
satisfaction whether we finish an eight mile wor-
kout or the fastest 3-mile race of our lives. Inten-
sity of insanity!" Brian Aust's view of cross coun-
try is shared by most of the other runners, hard
work and dedication with a great payoff. Practice
began for cross country runners soon after the
end of school last year. Team members were put
through rigorous stretching and running exercises
for about two hours everyday. The season began
strongly for all three teams but ended quietly due
to many injuries and illnesses. Although this year
did not turn out quite as well as expected, team
members have high hopes about next year's team
as only two varsity runners are graduating and
the remaining team will consist of seasoned veter-
ans. With all the commitment and effort put out
by the cross country team, they deserve our high-
est respect and admiration. "No matter what
happened this year, we all had fun, and that's
what cross country's all about!"
Top Right: Varsity: Front Row: D. Silver, I-I. Lin, B.
Lutz, J. Lema. Back Row: D. Kowalik, B. Aust, J. Franco,
C. McHenry, C. Whitaker.
Right: FroshfSoph: Front Row: T. Shapiro, D. Oshita
F. Springett, S. Leon, D. Hayashi. Middle Row: E. Fu
kuda, D. Walker, J. Treiber, M. Lindauer, E. Yamashiro, M
Herrick, G. Amrofell. Back Row: M. McFadden, C. Ander
son, J. Lema, D. Surfas, A. Ashton, A. Kim D. wingo, D
Lord, lan Alexander, E. Millet.
Varsity runners can not wait to begin their race
28 Canyon 27
30 Valley 27
25 Villa Park 30
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Junior Varsity: Front: A. Srinath. Middle: S. Peterman. Back Row: R. Yama-
shiro, R. Charton, J. Carroll.
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Chad McHenry and Joe Franco take the lead.
Joe Franco likes running alone. FroshfSoph runners round the bend.
Boys x-COUNTRY 1
Cross The Line
Foothill's girls cross country had another year of fun, excitement, and success. Although girl's varsity cross
country finished the season with an 0 and 5 record, team members believe that the team was strong but lost their
meets because of their challenging league. "The Century League for cross country is one of the most difficult in
the state." It is apparent that their record does not speak for the runners' ability, and Foothill's team is talented
and very dedicated. They demonstrated this experience and talent at the Sonora Invitational where the varsity and
J.V. teams came in first place. Especially strong varsity runners this year were Rebecca Watson, Mary Louise
Ordway, Anne Mary Ordway, and Joanna Brooks. Girl's junior varsity and varsity teams have traditionally shown
strong performance in competitions, and team members truly feel that they will regain their degree of excellence.
"lt was definitely a building year, and not one of our better seasons performance wise." Next year should be one
filled with success and victory.
Mary Louise Ordway and Joanna Brooks near the finish.
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Practice makes perfect.
Top Left: Varsity: Front Row: R. Watson, J
Lee, J. Brooks. Back Row: M. Ordway, G. Brug
man, J. Reed, A. Ordway.
Middle: JV: Front Row: D. Best, J. Reed, K.
Deuning, M. Peterman, S. Kim, M. Keegan. Mid-
dle Row: B. Bauer, E. Bruner, T. Stevens, K.
Maeda, K. Faure, B. Anderson. Back Row: G
Franco, V. Wilhelm, M. McCauley, C. Anderson
C. Barron, L. wilson, M. Timassy.
Corri Barron pushes it to win her race.
22 Canyon 32
16 Valley 47
18 Santa Ana 38
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25 El Modena 30
Foothill Battles For League Title
The boys varsity team had another very successful season this year. The Knights were 8 and 2 in Century
League play. The only two losses came against Santa Ana at Foothill. The two teams were playing for the league
championship. Foothill played a terrific game, but it wasn't quite enough and the Knights lost 51 to 40.
Coach Reames said that this years' team had the potential to be one of the best ever. After a great summer with
a record of 28 and 5, the Knights were ranked fifth in the county. Unfortunately the momentum didn't last and
there were some tough losses in pre-season. There were also great wins before league started. The biggest by far
was the Knights' 71 to 58 victory over the Tustin Tillers. A highlight of the season was a team trip to Carson City,
Nevada. The team spent a week of their Christmas vacation in Nevada, and earned second place in the
This years' team was lead by Co-Captain and high scorer Greg Rieber. While Greg was the top scorer, the team
played best when it played together. Coach Reames repeatedly said that there were no outstanding players, and
the Knights could only win if everyone worked together. This must have worked, because the Knights finished 15
and 6 with high hopes for CIF.
Ned Williamson and Greg Reiber lead Foothill s tough defense
Sweet G glides past defenders for an easy basket.
"Neddie" Williamson skies over Villa Park. Coach Reames advises his team during a time out.
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Above: J. Clevenger, R. VanCleave, D. Angebrandt, B. Logan, D. Abel, B. Peckham, J. Willsie, G. Rieber, K. Combs, B. Mazurie, T.
I-lenrotin, B. Cormier. Front: N. Williamson, M. Hauser.
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BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
J .V. Wins League
Where the Varsity stopped short, the J.V. team filled
in. Guided by their top scorer Todd Henrotin, the Knights
were undefeated in Century League action. Their overall
record was an equally impressive 17 and 5. A3 xg
The FroshfSoph teams were both very successful as -' B s
usual. The Sophomores captured the league title with a 9
and 1 record. Freshman Coach Dewy VanCleave said
this years' team was the best practice team he has ever
were 8 and 2 in league and 15 and 8 overall
had. The hard work paid off, and the Freshman Knights rrif
Below. C. Turk, W. VanPelt, M. Crowell, E. Garcia, M. Wilkenson,
T. Hawkins, M. Russell, B. I-Iam, D. Donnelly, M. Ferren, R. Jack-
son S Ralston Daddy B offers his comments on the team's victory.
Eric Garcia up for a clear jump shot. Three Pointers are no sweat for Todd Hen- Mark Wilkenson powers up for an easy two.
1 BOYS J.V. BASKETBALL
Above: P. Skonezny, L. Mur-
phy, J. Melville, J. Gustavson, J.
Shanahan, M. Franklin, J. Janis,
C. Lin, E. Gilbertson, G. Clark,
J. Hancock, J. Fischell, T. Davis,
G. Brandon, S. McKittrick.
Front: K. Baker, R. Johnson, R.
Dean, T, Cooper.
Left: Jeff Janis looks upcourt.
Far Left: Charles Lin posts up
Below: M. Foster, J. Sanders,
B. Glaser, E. Lang, A. Taub, N.
Konopisis, C. Jones, P. Constan-
tine, M. Vandrey, S. Amos, G.
Tepas, J. Brizulea. Front: D.
Park, J. Scarding, J. Sullivan.
Lady Knights Win League
The 1987-88 season was another successful one in Foothill athletics.
This was especially true with the girls varsity basketball team. The Lady
Knights, under the direction of Coach Sheila Adams, finished the Century
League with a record of 10 and O. The team was led by three year varsity
player Ashley Selman. The Knights entered CIF with an excellent record
of fifteen wins and only eight losses.
This years' team was very young, but that didn't seem to hinder their
performance. With only three seniors on the varsity, the Lady Knights
were one of the youngest teams in the county. They were also one of the
best. The team had very little competition in league, and they crushed rival
Santa Ana 56 to 33. The Lady Knights have a very good chance to
advance in CIF. Next years' team should be even better,
Back: Coach S. Adams, A. Selman, A. Steinle, H. Syrjanen, T. Foxe, S.
Rasmussen, Coach S. I-Iilsabeck. Front: K. Walker, S. Allen, J. Lee, F.
Mitchell, E. Mitchell, G. Scherschel.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Tanya Foxe pulls up for a jump shot.
Left: Dina Nicolai gives a fake to get open.
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Amy Steinle passes around a defender.
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54 Cypress 46
Above: Kristy Walker flies in for a layup.
Below: Ashley Selman goes up for a shot.
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Shooting To Win
The girls basketball program at Foothill has an excellent reputation. This
didn't just happen by chance. It has taken years of work and many successful
seasons. After this year, the Lady Knights' image can only improve.
The J.V. team was led by its two junior team captains, Amy Bailey and
Robin Mayemura. While the team was great this year, its strength is its youth.
Next year promises to be even better.
Back Row: A. Gazaniga, K. Kooi, N. Russell, Coach L
Gibson, A. Ressler, S. Gagen, J. Koenig. Front Row: S
Ebert, K. Lodgard, A. Bailey, N. Hallamore, M. Labat, R
Back Row: Coach R. Welch, A. Gazaniga, L. Sugerman, S.
Gagen, B. Baharie. Middle: E. Goldberg, M. Labat, K.
Power. Front: J. Gin, C. Cummings.
No rebound is out of reach for Shelly Gagen.
Jennifer Koenig shoots a jumper for the J.V. team.
Nicole Hallamore drives for the
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Steve Coniglio can't wait to begin.
Danny Charton expresses his true feelings. Foothill wrestler tries to get back in control.
The wrestlers work for position.
Foothill's wrestling teams were
plagued with inexperience and injur-
ies, and their overall team record this
season was not that positive. Howev-
er, the team shows great promise for
the future. This year, the team wel-
comed two new coaches, and many
members this year were freshmen
and sophomores. "We didn't have
enough experience on the team"
said varsity wrestler Jeff King. Steve
Coniglio, Wallace Cunningham, and
Danny Charton are three examples
of underclassmen who have great
promise for the future of Foothill
wrestling. "Though the wrestling
team was not as strong as we would
have liked it to be, we still had many
exciting and excellent individual
wins." The wrestlers had an exciting,
though unsuccessful season. Their
dedication and sportsmanship kept
their spirits up and their opponents
down. "We had plenty of good times
and made many close friends."
Steve Coniglio gets ready to pin his opponent down. Brandon Rackliffe does his job.
Despite a tough season, the boys Varsity
soccer team finished with the respect of their
coach as well as their opponents. Under
head coach, Gregg Murphy, the team start-
ed off fast in the Irvine Tournament where
they crushed Newport Harbor, 6-2, in the
fifth place game. In Century League play,
the soccer team closely battled their oppo-
nents until the last minutes of the game.
Unfortunately, team mistakes and careless-
ness in the last seconds cost the soccer team
important victories. Without these miscues,
the soccer team would clearly be in conten-
tion for the league championship. But they
quickly regrouped and bonded together as
they barely beat out league's perennial fa-
vorite, Santa Ana, 1-0. Bryan Hannegan,
winger, best summed up this year's team.
"This year's team had a lot of skill, and we
did well against some good teams. The atti-
tude was a lot better than last year's team,
and we maintained a good level of serious-
ness about the game. We have a lot of young
players, so the seasons to come should be
something to watch."
John McCarthy and Mike Pashley trip their oppo-
Mike Hernandez takes the ball away while Matt Harmon and John McCarthy watch o'
Mike Hernandez watches his fellow teammate fight for the ball.
Foothill soccer players go for the ball.
ie 1987 Boys Varsity Soccer Team: Back Row: Coach Murphy, M. Heinisch, M.
nrmon, J. Gabelsberg, C. Lema, D. Shortall, B. Brandon, Asst. Coach Laird. Middle
rw: D. Reback, M. Pashley, M. Hernandez, T. Gilmore, W. King, C. I-lileman, P.
iornton, J. McCarthy. Front Row: E. Fukuda, M. Fukuda, B. Hannegan, S. Bauer, D.
cobs, S. Baren, P. Starnes.
ap Left: Foothill battles for the ball.
Danny Shortall displays his soccer skills
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The Junior Varsity boys soccer team had a
great season even though many of the players
lacked high school playing experience. Many of
the members from the FroshfSoph team were
elevated to the Junior Varsity team to improve
their soccer skills. The FroshfSoph boys soccer
team had an exceptionally fine season despite
this being the first year of inter-school competi-
tion for many of the Freshmen players. The
FroshfSoph battled top soccer teams in the
Fountain Valley Tournament and throughout Or-
ange County. Highly touted soccer teams includ-
ing Mater Dei, Edison, and Tustin were all on the
Knights schedule. ln the future, Coach Laird and
Coach Murphy will surely be able to build a win-
ning soccer team with the help of the FroshfSoph
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Foothill gets ready to score another goal.
Mark Heinisch fights for elbow room. Darin Taylor tries to find the ball
Foothill players look up to the soccer ball.
'he 1987 Boys FroshlSoph Soccer Team: Back Row: Coach Strynger, B. Rice, M.
leinisch, R. Weir, M. Crane, J. Werth, J. Jacobs, Coach Laird. Middle Row: D. Taylor,
'. Lodgard, D. McCauley, M. Maggiano, T. Bruner, J. Miller, D. Lord, R. Hagland, O.
'lasri. Front Row: E. Fukucla, G. Amrofell, J. Mariner, M. Lindauer, M. Brunner, J.
laylor, J. Fischbeck, M. Brown.
Omar Masri points to victory.
Foothill's opponents play unfairly.
The 1988 girls soccer teams had a year filled
with excitement, competition, and sportsman-
ship, though very few victories. Girls soccer
has only existed at Foothill High School for five
years, and in this time the teams have im-
proved greatly. Many of the games in which
the varsity team lost were very close and Foot-
hill only lost by one or two goals. In addition to
having many close games, the team tied against
Brea, Tustin, and El Modena. The soccer play-
ers practiced much throughout the season, per-
fecting their passing, ball control, and team-
work. As the season progressed, the team real-
ized their weaknesses and began to concen-
trate on these areas to prepare the team for
next year's season. The prospects for next
year are extremely positive as five of the varsi-
ty soccer players this year were freshmen.
With the experience gained this year, they
should be able to contribute greatly next sea-
son. "Although this year was not that great
record-wise we are all looking forward to next
Danielle Tomasick prepares to score.
Girls Varsity: Back Row: Coach Tino Younger, M. Madole, H. Rice, L. D
Marco, V. Jorgenson, K. Shortall, K. Hernandez. Middle Row: M. Webb
Takabayashi, J. Lu, M. McCain, J. Ehret, T. Davies. Front Row: D. Fulton, I
Tomasick, R. Nitzberg, S. Schwartz
Tina Davies wants the ball.
Demonstration of Foothill's power kick.
Three opponents cannot stop Michelle McCain. Heidi Rice sends the ball flying.
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The varsity Knights began their season in cham-
pionship form. In the Newport Elks Tournament,
Foothill went all the way to the finals. The team
began by destroying Tustin 4 to 1 and then Capo
Valley 4 to 3. The Knights beat a strong Don Luego
team in the semi-finals before losing a tough game to
Mater Dei for the championship. With this excellent
finish, the Knights gained respect all over the county.
The team will be counting on its excellent pitching
staff, and potentially great hitters. "If we are able to
hit the ball and if pitching comes through, we will be
very competitive," commented Coach Sedoo. The
only weakness for the Knights could be their inexperi-
ence and youth.
Tommy Adams overpowers another batter.
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Eric Garcia charges from the outfield, Eric Garcia hits one out.
Coach Sedoo offers his wisdom to the team. Adam Chambers gives a check swing.
Top: Back: B. Buckner, A. Jones, Joe Mama, Coach
Sedoo, B. Parks, C. Parker, T. Hawkins. Middle: M.
Higgins, M. Horton, P. Thorton, R. Ross, K. Donnely,
C. Keyler, M. McKinnon, E, Garcia. Front: A. Cham-
bers, K. Madole, N. Lemas, D. Downs, T. Delnoce, S.
Barton, T. Adams.
Above Left: Adam Chambers is safe at first.
Left: Tommy Adams shuts down another batter.
Middle: Ashby Jones throws it home.
Above: Bob Buckner stretches for the out.
Below Left: The Knights gather for inspiration before
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Top Left: Back: M. Russell, G. Scott, Coach
Rosen, P. Shueller, Coach Gallina, M. Ga-
spar, R. Lengall. Middle: T. Henrotin, R.
Kellerman, R. Green, C. Schmidt, B.
Becker, D. Lofland. Front: B. Palluck, W.
King, J. Martinez, M. Lindower, E. Aust.
Far Left: Neil Garcia swings away.
Left: Keith Baker is ready for action.
Below: Back: E. Lang, J. Gustason, N. Gar-
cia, Coach Rob, J. Austin, J. Miller, J. Han-
cock. Middle: R. Stomp, M. Bablot, J. Scar-
dino, B. Jones, K. Baker, D. Wingo. Front:
S. Tolsma, R. Dean, C. Blechter, T. Lod-
gard, T. Ristick, D. Schneider.
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The Foothill golf team will once again be a force to be
reconciled with this year. With the top three players all
returning varsity lettermen, the Knights should win the
league with little trouble. Coach Osborne said that "the
team would look to the experience of Clevenger and
VanCleave for leadership."
This season's goals include breaking a team score of
200 at Santa Ana Country Club, and advancing several
players to CIF. With the help of a few good rolls, the
Knights should do this and much more.
Rusty Van Cleave watches his 300 yard drive.
Duane Jenson shows the "perfect" swing
John Willsie approaches the green. No green is out of reach for Pil Sun Chung.
Back: D. Jenson, R. Van Cleave, J. Clevenger, D. Shortall,
B. Hannegan, C. Hileman.
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Chris Hileman follows through.
Jeremy Clevenger shows his form at Santa Ana.
Bunker shots are no problem for Bryan Hanneqan.
Dan Shortall prepares to smash his drive.
FHS Spikes League
Volleyball has only been an official sport at Foothill
for two years. In this short time however, FHS has
established itself as a power in Orange County. i'The
power of winning games came from within our inner
selves," said two year varsity player Brian Logan.
The Knights play in one of the toughest leagues in
the state. Even with their lack of experience, the
team finished an excellent second place. The biggest
victories of the year were against Corona Del Mar,
University, and Tustin.
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Alex Kerchenco is ready for action.
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Back: J. Phillips, B. Cormier, M. Crowell, J. Thorne, C. Tepas, Craig Moothart, J. Reber, B. Logan. Front: J. Janis, T,
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The Varsity Boys tennis team destroyed their league
opponents despite the presssure of being the defending
Century League champs for the past 14 years. During
the off season, the players were involved in a difficult
conditioning program, lots of running, and intense dou-
bles strategy meetings set up by Coach Terry Davis. The
off season work helped as tough pre-season matches
against top ranked Orange County teams such as New-
port, University, and Dana Hills helped prepare the
team to defend their title. Senior John Collins said, "The
team lost a lot of top notch players due to graduation
last year, but there were many great individual efforts
such as Jeff Giesea in singles." The Junior Varsity had
another superb season as they played consistently as a
team. The JV team showed considerable maturity and
growth, and there is no doubt that they will propel next
year's Varsity team into contention for the Century
Dana Eisenman does not want to see his serve
Eric Barloewen hopes his return goes over the net.
2 1 2 BOYS TENNIS
Coach Zeich leads a volley drill.
Brian Stern watches John Collins put away a volley.
. Shaun Ho waits as Phillip Chen serves.
ie 1987-88 Boys Varsity Tennis Team: Back Row: M. Harmon,
Eisenman, J. Collins, T. Waterman, E. Barloewen, G. Gorley, Coach
nvis. Front Row: Coach Beck, J. Giesea, D. Schwarz, B. Stern, J.
lstrap, S. Wolfe, J. Stern.
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Jeff Giesea rifles a shot back.
The 1987-88 Boys Junior Varsity Tennis Team: Back Row:
Coach Zeich, J. Fischel, S. Ho, K. Wong, D. Chen, J. Chou, C. Lin.
Front Row: P. Chen, B. Quesling, K. Long, T. Neville, J. Potts, J.
Lin, D. Chiu.
"This team has enormous potential but
we need a lot of time and a lot of practice
to bring it out." Senior Tom Gunckel, who
excels in the onehundred yard clash, be-
lieves that the future of Foothill's junior
varsity is promising. In pre-season track
meets, the team showed respectable
poise against extremely tough competi-
tion. The froshfsoph track team is ex-
tremely good and there are many varsity
caliber members. Tvvo exceptional mem-
bers of the froshfsoph team are Jason
Gabelsberg in the triple and long jumps,
and Ron McGehee in the relays, sprints,
and jumps. Due to the extraordinary
amount of talent contained within the ju-
nior varsity and froshfsoph teams, there
is a bright future for Foothill's varsity
track and field program.
Arun Srinath nears the finish.
2 1 6 BOYS JV TRACK
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Girls' track has traditionally been an
excellent team, and this year's team
upheld this tradition by having a very
successful season. "This year's girls'
team has the talent, all they need is the
self-confidence and they will be highly
successful." Exceptional track mem-
bers for this season were Ashley Sel-
man who excelled in almost all events,
Lisa Henderson in the shot put and
discus throw, Anne Mary Ordway in the
mile and two mile, Joanna Brooks in
the half mile, Jeanette Reed in the
quarter mile, and Shannon Singer in the
high jump. Ashley, Lisa, and Shannon
are all possible CIF contenders. The
1988 girls' track season was memora-
ble and exciting.
Laurie Sample was born to run.
Girls J. V.: Back Row: S. Lublee, J. Lu, N. Hallamore, M. Hildreth, K. Kooi, J. Leron, K.
Kaul, G. Brugman, C. Anderson, G. Franco, C. Lin, J. Lin. Middle Row: K. Maeda, K.
Faure, C. Cummings, L. Sample, R. Takabayashi, S. Wang, L. Merchant, N. Sirota, C.
Underwood, M. Overn. Bottom Row: M. Keegan, V. Wilhelm, M. Peterman, J. Hagland,
D. Morgan, S. Pope, M. Ryu, T. Johnson.
Girls Varsity: Back Row: C. Lahti, S. Kim, A. Ordway, J. Brooks, J. Reed, M. Ordway,
L. Wilson, K. Deuning, M. Timassy. Middle Row: S. Left, T. Suan, S. Lion, E. Stanley, M.
Madole, M. Buse, H. Smith, D. Fulton. Bottom Row: S. Singer, A. Selman, L. Henderson,
R. Watson, M. McCauley.
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Many people have considered the Foot-
hill swimming coaches as the most quali-
fied in Orange County. So when former
Long Beach State assistant coach, Jim
Brumm, was hired many people won-
dered about this decision. But many of the
boys' swimmers on the Varsity level wel-
comed the new coach. "Coach Brumm
brought new experience to the team. Hav-
ing hwo coaches aHowed usto nnprove
our stroke technique and helped us indi-
vidually." With the extra help, the Boys'
Varsity swim team challenged Villa Park
for the Century League title. Leading the
Knights to victories this season were Rob
Reynolds, Jason Leach, and Junior Na-
tionalist, Ron Scott.
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Adam Musch shows off his swan-like dive. The team plans strategy.
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The 1987-88 Boys Varsity Swim Team: Back Row: A. Palluck, B. Cowclell, A.
flusch, B. Costanza, G. Welch, J. Leach. Middle Row: M. Jones, R. Reynolds, R. Scott,
I. Thornton. Front Row: A. Maclachlan, B. Bainbridge, A. Castro, K. Myhra, C. Stuart.
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After more than a decade's domination in Century League play, the Girls' Varsity
swim team pummeled its opponents once
again. Early morning workouts and after- i , ihyyg
noon workouts prepared the team for its
quest for a record 13th consecutive Century "M ' r,rr
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Long knew the team would outperform any lll lv ll A AA It I 1 1 4 ' I ' li f
of his former teams in comparison. It was
the best girls' team Foothill had ever had,
and DeLong added, "After 23 years, I felt I
was rejuvinatedf' Leading the Knights to a
winning season this year were Celina
Lemke, Heather Marks, and Megan Logan.
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Both Varsity teams are ready for a tough workout'
Coach DeLong is ready to rescue one of the swimmers.
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Fhe 1987-88 Girls Varsity Swim team: Back Row: C. Lemke, S. Marcoux, L. Ellison,
I. Guzman, J. Cahalan, I-I. Marks. Middle Row: T. I-Iirose, C. Watts, M. Gillman, E. Boddy,
fl. Logan, S. Chaix, L. Kellerman. Front Row: Coach DeLong, M. Myhra, S. Hanger, N.
Iontny, J. Paulitschek, M. Khoury.
One of the swimmers asks for advice.
Jennifer Cahalan heads for home.
GIRLS VARSITY SWIMMING
Make A Splash
The Boys' and Girls' Junior Varsity swim
teams 'enjoyed excellent seasons at the ex-
pense of their opponents. For many of the new
Freshmen, adjusting to the intensity of high
school competition was easy since most of
them had competed in junior swimming
leagues. The friendships formed from tough
workouts encouraged the Junior Varsity swim-
mers to swim for the glory of Foothill and for
personal records. With many of the Varsity
swimmers graduating, the Junior Varsity swim-
mers will confidently and skillfully replace
them next season.
Stephanie Feingold dives in for a swim,
Marc Hansen finds an easier way to swim.
Jessica Vasquez takes a big breath.
Brian Galey shows off his buoyancy.
The world is filled with leaders and followers, joiners and
quitters, and doers and thinkers. Foothill on the otherhand, is
overflowing with clubs to fulfill the needs of such diverse
personalities. For those who wanted a head start on the ladder
of success, there was the Young Entrepreneurs' Club. There
was the Spirit Club to bring Foothill's enthusiasm and school
spirit into a collective group to cheer its' athletes on and rally
students together at school activities. There were also the
more traditional, but no less popular clubs like Key Club, CSF,
and the Thespian Club.
vered through membership. Common goals were attained
through activities such as fundraisers, outings, and meetings.
Students worked hard to perpetuate their club's interests by
selling BlowPops, frozen yogurt, snow cones, and especially
through participation in Feast and Joust.
Clubs teach us to lead, to follow, to serve, to intermingle, to
cooperate, and to be a part of a group. Seeking out our
identities as individuals is an important part of living and
growing up. Each new environment allows us to realize our
potential and our needs. Involvement in clubs is another op-
portunity to search for what is hidden and to refine what is
Above: Felicity Stafford, Daniella Kim, Anna Park, and Nancy g 3 ,V
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The J.V. cheerleaders are hard at work.
Top right: Varsity Cheer: M, Montgomery, K. Evans, K. Powell, T. Orton.
Above: Varsity Song: Back Row: C. Ross, D, Okamoto, K. Weatherman, S
Johnson. Front Row: J. Ojanpera, M. Gorup, K. Sawyer.
Right: Mary Montgomery and Steve Dunn cheer for the Knights.
kbove: Back Row: J. Samuelson, R. Karamardian, I..
'oder, M. Quirk, D. McDonald, E. Bauer. Front Row: K.
Sirney, D. Morgan, R. Rosen, T. Scheider, J. Higby.
Right: Pep: R. Mayemura, D. Nicolai, K. Lewis.
lelow: Sophomore Cheer: K. Kliese, T. Meyer, B. Wu,
lelow Right: The Varsity Cheerleaders put on a great
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Above: Senior Class Council: M. McCain, T. Morgan, A. Hairstc
Below: Sophomore Class Council: R. Weir, M. Montford, R. McC
hee, K. Donnelly, S. Rasmussen, R. Stomp,
Below Left: Girls Athletic Board: T. Stevens, S. Kim, J. Brooks,
Selman, M. Keegan, K. Favre
Left: Junior Class Council: H. Lin, D
Pan, C. Turk, C. Bryant, T. Sharp, B
Below: ASB: Clockwise: M. MacKinnon
S. Taylor, R. McGehee, C. Kin, D. Nico
lai, J. Brooks, K. Madole, M. Lillard, S
Wu, J. Constantine, A. Selman, K. Ship
cott, P. Valle, P. Constantine, A. Baker
A. Jones, M. McCain, C. Turk.
Top: Club Med: R. Yue, A. Huang, A. Weiss-
man, S. Schwartz, R. Kovachev, C. In Chou, C
Desilva, M. Desilva, D. Chen, J. Lin, D. In Park
K. Chiang, S. Wu, T. Chou, C. Kanno, D. We
demeyer, J. Haung, T. Geidman, M. Berry.
Above Right: Bike Club: R. Charton, H. Lin
C. Webb, S. Barton, B. Cunningham, K. Proc
tor, M. Herrick, M. Lindauer, C. Hsia, C. Whi
taker, T. Stevens, B. Ausr, J. Brizuela.
Right: Mr. Robbins looks after the club arena
Top: New Life Club: N. Andriosky, C. Stanley, K. Alford, J. Alford, M
Althoen, C. Anderson, B. Aust, J. Austin, P. Asmus, J. Bagube, B. Bauer, C.
Bish, D. Wilson, K. Cops, S. Choo, S. Chang, D. Chuang, H. Clayton, P.
Constantine, C. Ebert, C. Feher, S. Gagen, S. Ho, C. Hsia, C. Jones, K. Leaman
M. Lee, K. Lindsrom, K. Maeda, D. Pab, T. Shapiro, A. Steinly, T. Stiverson, T
Stanfield, S. Valdez, C. Webb, K. Wong, E. Yamashiro, S. Turney, J. Reed, J
Thompson, S. Cobb, C. Williams, D. MacDonald, S. Williams, J. Brant, J
Above: Cult. Enrich.: A. Tanaka, P. Cash, C. Desilva, C. Lin, M. Desilva, S
Alterman, L. Horvath, S. Left, C. Kanno, H. Ho. S. Short, S. Hoffman, J
Francis, R. Yue, T. Suan, J. Liang, I. Moon, D. Chen, H. Lin, A. Huang, K
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Above: Madrigalsz Front Row: F. Stafford, S. Johnson, S. Esquda, M. Myhra, A. Park, K. Swanson, S. Chang, S. Wu, D. Kim. Middle
Row: J. Robinson, N. Miller, T. Orton, L. Lafrance, G. Schershel, B. Bissen, J. Bennett, C. Kin, S. Duncan, D. Nicolai, J. Deckert. Back
Row: J. Lema, B. Coceu, B. Metzger, J. Rainey, K. Combs, G. Nicol, C. McHenry, T. Sharp, J. Jeltama, S. Schwantes, M. MacKinnon.
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Below: The class reads
along as Mrs. Herzog per-
forms a song.
Bottom Left: Matt Lil-
lard, Jeff King, Adam
Carl, and Anna Park listen
to the instructions they are
Bottom: Practice makes
Left: Entrepreneurs' Club: S. Crosby.
P. Meany, M. Bear, N. Williamson, A
Jones, J. Collins, A. Baker, S. Wolfe, C
Graham, K. Combs, E. Langlois, K. Lew
is, T. Baird, M. Fjeld, H. Cohen.
Below: Drama Club: A. Olivera, A. Lil
lard, A. Tanaka, R. Dee, A. Gazzaniga, B
Hoggatt, B. Jones, B. Cerone, B. Smith
C. Ebert, D. Frutos, D. Sampica, E. Kent
G. LeDoyen, J. Hoff, J. Gabelsberg, K
Revelle, K. Wilhelm, M. Williams, M
Danon, K. Swanson, M. Lillard, M. Mag
giano, R. Blevins, S. Hoffman, S. Haiduc
S. Wimbush, S. Yakatan, S. Cobb, S
Kim, T. Thon, T. Smarsty, W. Stanford
Bottom: Math 81 Science Club: T
Baird, E. Chang, A. Chizhik, C. lh Chou
J. Chou, D. Chuang, L. Dardashti, J. Erd
kamp, B. Hannegan, J. Lin, A. Huang, J
Huang, C. Kanno, S. Kim, E. Ko, E. Lang
lois, J. Lee, K. Lewis, C. Lin, H. Lin,
Kim, R. Kovacev, H. Lin, J. Lin, K. Li
J. Lu, M. McCauley, I. Moon, V. Nozic
F. Ramming, M. Ryu, S. Selby, P. Ting,
Above Left: ICC: J. Collins, T. Araujo
K. Baker, M. Fjeld, J. Stone, I. Moon, S
Brown, B. Aust, M. Kreutz, R. Yue, W
Pak, M. Berry, A. Tanaka, T. Baird, B
Hannegan, J. Lin, P. Bowman, L. Hen
derson, J. Brooks, S. Kershner, G. Nicol
P. Cash, T. Stanfield, H. Cohen, S. Wu
D. Nicolai, M. MacKinnon, K. Swanson
K. Madole, Un-Soo Sung, M. McCain, C
Turk, R. MeGhee, P. Constantine, C. Kin.
Left: Aviation Club: L. Kardashti, I
Moon, S. Flynn, J. Truban, V. Whipple
D. In Park, A. Huang, K. Chiang, T
Chou, P. Cash, C. Min, M. Berry, K
Combs, J. Chou, C. Kanno, J. O'Neill, A
Schafer, C. Johnson, J. Lin, C. Hsia, D
Chen, H. Lin, W. Pak, H. T. Lin.
Below Left: Kids-In-Need Club: L.
Allen, S. Alterman, J. Anderson, B. Aust,
A. Baker, K. Baker, J. Bernstein, K. Boe-
deker, M. Berry, C. Borgen, K. Burns, P.
Cash, D. Chen, S. Choo, D. Chuang, H.
Clayton, C. Cole, K. Combs, J. Collins, L.
Dardashti, M. Davis, J. Deckert, M. De-
silva, G. Genmore, S. Flynn, J. Gin, M.
Goldstein, K. Guzman, N. Hallamore, C.
Harris, Matt Hauser, S. Head, J. Herr, D.
Johnson, A. Jones, V. Jorgensen, C.
Kanno, E.4Kent, B. Kershnar, S. Kersh-
nar, T. Keullian, S. Kim, E. Kinder, E.
Langlois, J. Lee, M. Lee, N. Leemos, M.
Lillard, J. Lin, S. Marcoux, K. Lewis, T.
Marlin, H. Marks, J. Nestor, A. Olivera,
R. Nitzberg, J. O'Neill, T. O'Toole, C.
Pak, W. Pak, D. In Park, G. Reed, H.
Rice, N. Russell, A. Steile, T. Stevens, K.
Tarshis, J. Thompson, C. Whittaker, N.
Williamson, B. Wu, S. Wu, S. Piazza, S.
Above: Senior CSF: K. Araujo, P. Ark, B. Aust, T. Baird, K. Baker, M. Bear, C. Bish, E. Boddy, J. Bridge, A. Brink, E. Bruner, F
Busalacci, P. Cash, A. Chambers, E. Chang, T. Chou, H. Cohen, K. Combs, J. Constantine, J. Cooper, C. Desilva, L. Dutrisac, II
Eisenman, S. Flynn, K. Fukushima, J. Giesea, B. Goldberg, C. Graham, B. Hannagan, M. Harmon, A. Hayman, J. Herr, H. Ho, A
Huang, P. Huynh, J. Jeltema, A. Jones, C. Kanno, S. Kershnar, K. Knowles, K. Kosuth, M. Kreutz, E. Langlois, K. Leaman, S. Lefi
K. Lewis, C. Lin, H. Lin. H. T. Lin, P. Meany, D. Merker, C. Min, D. Nicolai, R. Nitzberg, V. Nozick, J. Ojanpera, D. Okamoto, .Q
O'Neil, W. Pak, D. In Park, R. Phillips, S. Piazza, J. Reber, H. Rice, C. Ross, S. Saik, S. Schwartz, A. Selman, M. Shepard, E
Singer, Un-Soo Sung, A. Tanaka, B. Underwood, S. Valdez, C. Veje, R. Watson, K. Weatherman, D. Wedemeyer, J. Weissberg, P
Weissman, G. White, N. Williamson, S. Wolfe, R. Yamashiro, R. Yue.
Above: Junior CSF: M. Althoen, D. Alverson, M. Amdon, K. Astor, E. Aust, A. Bailey, S. Baren, K. Birney, D. Blaney, J.
Brooks, L. Brugman, M. Buse, J. Carroll, R. Charton, D. Chen, D. Chen, M. Chen, C. lh Chou, D. Chuang, E. Clark, M. Clayton,
K. Cops, J. Curnutt, K. Dao, E. Dapkewicz, L. Dardashti, M. Desilva, K. Ellis, M. Enriquez, D. Ernst, T. Foxe, P. Frembgen, A.
Garrison, A. Gugasian, D. Healy, J. Hibbard, J. Higby, C. Hileman, S. Ho, J. Huang, D. Hume, T. lcenhower, R. Karamardian,
K. Kaul, E. Kellerman, W. Kellogg, D. Kim, S. Kim, C. Kin, W. King, D. Kowalik, C. Larson, J. Lee, C. Lema, H. Lin, J. Lin, K.
Lin, S. Lopez, S. Lyon, D. McDonald, A. MacLachlan, R. Mayemura, J. Miller, A. Mew, I. Moon, T. Moore, S. Murray, J.
Murrieta, A. Musch, D. Pan, H. Pollak, J. Robinson, J. Samuelson, J. Schneider, D. Schwarz, R. Scott, T. Sharp, S. Sheng, B.
Smith, H. Smith, T. Stanfield, A. Steele, B. Stern, J. Stone, Y. Takanaka, P. Ting, C. Turk, W. VanPelt, K. Walker, C. Webb, T.
Weir, D. Wilson, K. Wong, G. Wu.
Above: Sophomore CSF: C. Anderson, C. Barron, E. Bauer, J. Bernstein, R. Boseker, M. Carrig, S. Chang, J.
Chennavasin, D. Chiu, A. Chizhik, S. Choo, D. Chuang, H. Clayton, J. Deckert, J. Djang, K. Donnelly, E. Elmer, K. Q
Faure, J. Fischel, L. Foltz, S. Gagen, E. Goldberg, J. Gustavson, H. Harmon, A. Keegan, R. Kershnar, T. Keuilian,
N. Kontny, E. Ko, R. Kovacev, Y. Kwan, M. Labat, J. Leach, J. Lema, Yue-June Liang, K. Lodgard, J. Lu, R. Lutz,
K. Maeda, D. Manzo, S. Marcoux, H. Marks, J. Melville, L. Merchant, J. Miller, K. Niu, A. Oliveira, B. Otoupalik, S. S
Paisley, C. Pak, M. Reber, S. Schwartz, R. Shabazian, L. Shugarman, D. Surfas, N. Sirota, G. Soleran, T. Suan, K
Tarshis, K. Tsai, E. Yamashiro.
Above: Freshmen CSF: K. Alford, G. Amrofell, C. Anderson, Cr. Anderson, J. Baird, J. Brizuela, P. Chen, C. Ih Chou, C
Cummings, S. Feingold, B. Folsom, M. Foster, A. Gazzaniga, C. Herman, K. Hernandez, C. Jones, A. Kim, A. Kim, B. Lewis, A
Lillard, J. Lin, S. Lin, S. Lubell, K. Luong, D. McCauley, S. Mollot, B. Noblett, B. Otto, D. Park, M. Reafsnyder, M. Ryu, D
Schneider, H. Schneider, S. Selby, W. Stanford, M. Surfas, B. Tibbles, M. Tsui, C. Underwood, S. Wong.,
Left: Home Economics: J. Deck-
ert, J. Annan, T. Armstrong, S.
Souter, A, Steinle, M. Lee, P. Bow-
Bottom Left: Mr. Ryan explores
the Club signup tables.
Bottom: French Club: M. Kreutz,
D. Chuang, N. Sirota, N. Villarreal,
K. Kaul, L. Brugman, L. Clark, H.
Harmon, K. Niu, J. Liang, J. Wu, E.
Bocldy, S. Kim, A. Roby, A. Steele,
S. Wong, M. Khovvry, C. Lin, J.
Lin, A. Mew, D. Chen.
The Astronomy Club
Above: Speech gl Debate: C. Bar
ron, M. Ferris, J. Lerch, S. Left, I
Moon, J. O'Neill, A. Chizhik, B
Bauer, T. Baird, C. Lin, S. Alter
man, D. Eisenman, E. Langlois, D
Ernest, C. Hsin, R. Kovacev, A
Roby, C. Cole.
Left: Astronomy Club: J. Stone, D
Ernst, M. DeSilva, M. Fjeld, C. Tay
lor, J. Lin, D. Chen, H. Lin, M. Si.
Un The Road
Spring break. The band went to Hawaii
for the second time in its history. The
performed in several catagories such as
parades, half-time presentations, jazz,
stage band, and solo competitions. The
overall effort was fantastic.
lt's been a fun, and neat year.
- S. Schultz -
This was the first year the band has
done half-time competition shows. While
taking their performance to Carson and
Norwalk, they won the most second place
trophies. "I have had the best organiza-
tion this year than any other," Mr. Waibel
replied, "and to do the things we have,
have been amazing." This years band had
patience, pride, and a spirit to keep things
Top Right: The band takes the field.
Right: Ron Williams waits patiently to play his drums,
Below: The stage band performs at Hewes.
Below Right: Tall Flags captivate the audience while moving
down the street,
Above Left: George Waibel practices his own
Above: Jason, Weissberg, David Blaney, and
Paul Livengood prepare for their performance.
Left: 1988 Foothill Band: Back Row: G.
Baker, D. Regan, C. Noble, K. Ellis, D. Haher,
B. Wright, J. Jeltema, R. Stern, D. Hume.
Sixth Row: P. McMains, J. Weissburg, J. Wil-
liams, M. Crummett, J. Erdkamp, T. Moore, R.
Williams, J. Rainey, M. Fry. Fifth Row: D.
Miller, D. Blaney, P. Livengood, K. Marhu, C.
Borm, B. Metzger, E. Spingette, L. Coronado,
K. Kirn. Fourth Row: M. Clarke, A. Hayman,
B. Underwood, T. King, D. VanWintle, R. Wo-
kurka, S. Behn, B. Cerrone. Third Row: J.
Ford, K. Tsai, M. Foster, S. Brown, L. Hager,
H. Bushmann, J. Francis, S. Dodak. Second
Row: A. Roby, C. Johnson, S. Lopez, J. Robin-
son, L. Clarke, K. Kaul, R. Karlsen, P. Bowen,
V. Whipple, C. Reed, Front Row: J. Persson,
B. Lewis, W. Stanford, J. Truban, T. Baird, S.
Schultz, M. Larson, M. Cambell, L. Stuart.
Below Left: Foothill begins the parade.
Below: S. Schultz, T. Baird, T. Truban.
Top: Eric Dapkewicz is in the middle of an important
Top Right: Editor and chief, Un-Soo Sung wraps things
Above: Kirsten Lodgard is stunned with her negatives.
Right: Jon Vigano and Stephanie Schultz look over
their final layouts.
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Building A Book
The yearbook staff of 88', had their work cut out for themselves this year. To come up with
over two hundred pages for their school is no easy task, and to make them as good as they could
possibly be is hard work. There was a lot of effort and labor that went into the yearbook. From
first choosing the theme, to turning in last page of the deadline puts a lot of pressure on the staff.
Yearbook is a laborious, but exciting project.
- E. Dapkewicz -
Most of the pressure was taken away due to the excitement that was generated inside the
classroom. Yearbook had gone through some major changes through the year, and made some
areas extremely difficult to overcome. The dedication and teamwork seemed to cast out that
problem, and the Foothill yearbook was successfuly completed.
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Above: Kacey Knowles and
Tina Araujo look for their fa-
vorite picture. Left: Year-
book: K. Lodgard, K.
Reddy, K. Niven, D. Boyes,
Advisor, A. Luckinger, M.
Gillman, Un-Soo Sung, K.
Knowles, D. Merker, M. Fer-
ris, T. Araujo, J. Vigano, J.
Willsie, T. McClintock, S. Pi-
azza, T. Smith, A. Schwab, S.
Schultz, B. Madsen, J. Erick-
son, E. Dapkewicz Bottom
Left: Krista Niven goes over
a page with Tricia Smith.
Bottom: Mr. Boyes and Eric
Dapkewicz look over some
Top: Tina Araujo can't stop
working over her story.
Top Right: While trying to look
over a picture, Brian Stern and
Greg Amorfell try to figure out
who's in it.
Above Right: Sean Flynn stud-
ies his finished product.
Right: Journalism: Front
Row: J. Bernstein, G. Amrofell,
J. Stern. Middle Row: K.
Araujo, J. Brooks, T. Suan, B.
Bauer, D. Okamota, M. Martin.
Back Row: B. Stern, C. Hsia, S.
Flynn, C. Barron, J. Ehret.
During the year, there's nothing better
than to sit down and read one of the
monthly issues of Knightlife. For this to be
possible, we look toward the journalism
class of 88'. A class that produces a paper
every month to give its school something
to read about.
lt's the experience one achieves, that
- T. Araujo -
Working to create a story is sometimes
very difficult, but when these students get
into something, they dig into it. Journal-
ism is not just another period to ease the
time avvay, it's an adventure to take seri-
Top: Joanna Brooks gives the class a lecture.
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Above: Tina Araujo and Sean Flynn work on a rough draft.
Above Right: Safe Rides: E. Bauer, D. Mc-
Donald, J. Leach, D. Lewand, H. Cohen, L.
Yoder, C. Ebert, S. Wu, H. Lin, K. Kaul, D.
Chuang, F. Stafford, J. Fahs, H. Pollack, D. In
Park, B. Deese, J. Baird, M. Kreutz, S. Gagen, C.
Smith, B. Wu, D. Schwartz, E. Goldberg, H. Smith,
L. Shugarman, C. Kanno, T. Lindholm, L. Brug-
man, J. Brooks, B. Aust, R. Yue, J. O'Neill, H.
Clayton, Y. Takenaka, A. Ressler, S. Kim, C. Min,
R. Kershnar, D. Pan, M. Powell, D. Chuang, C.
Lin, J. Truban, L. Henderson, J. Samuelson, S.
Lyon, A. Bailey, S. Sheng, R. Mayemura, K. Ko-
suth, T. Baird, L. Dardashti, M. Ferris, J. Francis,
B. Hannegan, S. Kershnar, C. Kin, J. Leach, I.
Moon, R. Reynolds, H. Rice, G. Scherschel, S.
Schwarts, A. Selman, B. Stern, A. Tanaka, H.
Zadel, S. Schwartz, E. Kellerman, K. Lodgard, D.
Left: Alexandra Luckinger, Birte Madsen, Penny
Rainford, Carita Lahti, and Veronica Jorgensen
are happy to be at Foothill.
Left: AFS: I Alexander, B. Anderson, K.
Araujo, E. Aust, C. Babecky, K. Baker, B.
Bauer, P. Crane, J. Herr, L. Kardashti, M.
Hallamore, L. Henderson, V. Jorgensen, C.
Lin, T. Kirkham, C. Lahti, A.Luckinger, B.
Madsen, D. Merker, l. Moon, S. Murray, L.
Pentney, P. Rainford, H. Rice, T. Sadler, T.
Smith, A. Tweedy, J. Vigano, M. Webb.
Bottom Left: Art Club: M. Fjeld, L. Lilly, J.
Anderson, M. Bernard, B. Jorgensen, G. Di-
fronzo, T. Armstrong, P. Frembgen, J. Stone,
B. Bissen, J. Erickson, C. Borgen.
Below: Volleyball Club: H. Pollack, B. Han-
negan, L. Hill, C. Anderson, C. Borgen, T.
Sadler, S. McKittrick, S. Smith, K. Walker, S.
Top Left: Horace Lin stano
proud and tall.
Top: John Collins shows the
Left: The 1988 OCAD tean
Top: Mr. Minne discusses OCAD at the awards banquet.
Top Right: Abby Bridge has that winning look in her eyes.
Above: Paul Cash is congratulated for a job well clone.
light: Conrad Kanno is overwhelmed by the honor bestowed upon him.
Right: Spanish Club: J. Sameulson, H. Pollak, S. Schwartz, S.
Mollot, D. Schwarz, C. Feher, D. Merker, M. Ryu, C. Reynolds, C
Stewart, B. Wu, T. Stevens, J. Fischel, K. Leaman, K. Linstrom, D
Zavala, C. Williams, J. Gribben, R. Weir, A. Musch, R. Scott, J
Herr, E. Elmer, D. Chuang, M. Ferris
Below Right: Key Club: R. Yue, A. Huang, K. Leaman, H. Lin, K
Chiang, D. Wedemeyer, A. Tanaka, D. Berry, D. In Park, T. Chou
C. Kanno, V. Nozick, M. Hauser, H. Ho, R. Yamashiro, C. Min, P
Cash, J. Lee, R. Kelly, A. Mew, H. Lin, D. Chen, Y. Tanaka, D
Chuang, D. Schwarz, C. Hsia, M. Desilva, J. Samuelson, S. Kim, D
Alverson, S. Sheng, J. Brooks, K. Lin, J. Huang, J. Lin, V. Wilhelm
S. Schwartz, M. Keegan, D. Chuang, R. Kovacev, A. Crofton, K
Faure, H. Clayton, S. Duncan, J. Bernstein, C. Reynolds, D. Chiu, T
Suan, R. Chen, A. Kim, S. Uyeseigi, S. Shelby, D. Koh, S. Griswold
S. Lin, J. Brizuela, B. Farwell, S. Mollat, D. Kanzler, S. Hoffman, R
Greindstrom, E. Lang, J. Lin, E. Johnson.
Bottom: JSA Club: L. Henderson, M. Khorry, A. Lillard, J. Lin, S.
Lubell, M. Ryu, M. Surfas, S. Wong, A. Hayman. S. Left, G.
Poudevigne, A. Weissman, S. Valdez, R. Kovacev, C. lh Chou, K.
Cops, M. Brinkman, T. Geideman, L. Horvath, J. Huang, K. Kosuth,
M. Kreutz, C. Lin, N. Villarreal, A. Gazzaniga.
Top: Spirit Club: S. Schwartz, B. Wu, R. Kersh-
nar, M. Ryu, T. Keulina, H. Clayton, D. Chuang, J.
Brooks, A. Olivera, C. Pak, J. Thompson, K. Tar-
shis, C. Reynolds, A. Croften, D. Nicolai, J. Bern-
stein, T, Araujo, M. Ferris, J. Lin, V. Jorgensen,
K. Baker, M. Khoery, E. Bauer, E. Langlois, A.
Goldstein, S. Kim, J. Dunn, W. McDermid, R.
Above: Red Cross: E. Boddy, J. Ojanpera, H.
Marks, H. Cohen, J. Anderson, S. Gagen, S. Cobb,
D. Chuang, A. Olivera, B. Kellogg, D. Wilson, R.
Kellerman, T. Lindholm, S. Duncan, L. Brugman,
Y. Takenaka, S. Sheng, D. Chuang, H. Harmon,
Y. Irani, K. Lodgard, D. Eisenman, B. Farwell, J.
Lin, S. Mollot, P. Ting, J. Huang, K. Lin, N.
Kontny, T. Stevens, J. Samuelson, S. Kim, J. Lee,
S. Hangar, S. Chaix, S. Marcoux, D. Hume, J.
Hufnagel, T. Icenhower, T. Reid, S. Schwartz, D.
Chen, M. Desilva, T. Suan, J, Bernstein, K. Niu,
M. Reber, G. Brugman, J. Thompson, H. Clayton,
S. Wu, R. Yue, M. Hauser, E. Kinder.
Left: Albert Huang signs up for a promising club.
Left: German Club: J. Lin, C. Richard-
son, K. Chiang, D. I. Park, D. Chen, K.
Lin, S. Lin, E. Johnson, J. Gustavson, C.
Herman, J. Huang, T. Chou, M. Desilva,
W. Pak, H. Lin, C. Kanno, R. Yue, A.
Huang, J. Stone, P. Ting, J. Lee, H. Lin,
Below: Ecology Club: S. Valdez, T. Ste-
verson, M. Desilva, I. Moon, L. Dardashti,
J. Stone, S. Schwartz, B. Hannagan, P.
Cash, D. Ernest, J. Brooks. J. Pfitzner,
Below Left: Tom Flannagan signs up for
a promising future.
Left: Sealbearers: Front Row: H.
Lin, H. Ho, B. Aust, S. Wu, C. Ross,
M. Kreutz, Un-Soo Sung, K. Knowles.
Back Row: D. Eisenman, J. Weiss-
kerg, E. Chang, K. Chiang, D. Park, R.
Yue, P. Ark, R. Phillips. Top: W. Pak.
Below Left: Month Awards: W. Pak,
S. Wu, R. Yue, S. Brown.
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place in the county spelling competi-
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Penny our Kiwi
daughter and sister
Y0u71 always be a
part of our family!
Mom, Dad Keith,
CON GRA TULA TI O TO
A D CLASS F '88
' TE VE A D EDIE NITZBERG
FROM TOT TO TEEN AND IN BETWEEN RAISING YOU HAS BIFN SO MUCH FUIN
YOU'VE BEEN OUR DELIGHT TO KNOW BUT YOUR CHILDHOOD HAS GOW BY SO FAST
GENTLE AND PRETTY WITHOUT AND WITHIN. WE'RI PROUD OF YO! AIVD ALL YOU HA VF DONLI
WE'VE HAD THE PLEASURE OF WATCHING YOU GROW NOW HIGH SCHOOL WILL BI' IN THF PAST
YOU'VE WORKED HARD AT ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS- YOURB A LOVE T0 DAD GREGG AND ML
FURST YOUR STUDIES, THEN HONG" AND BALLETQ AND STRONG AND THU? AS A FRIPND
BUT YOU DID AND STA YED "ON YOUR TOEST YOUR HIAR7 WIII HOLD ALWA YS THF MFMORY
DANCING YOUR WAY THROUGH EACH DAY OF THI FOOTHIIL YEARS THAT SOON END
Sara . . .
You've caught the ball-now take
it and run! The future is yours!
Our love and best Wishes for your
happiness and success always.
WE ARE VERY
Paouo OF You
oolv a TIM
"I Wish you the very best now
CON GRA TS
u AND PRIDE
and in the future. I love you
very much Cathie.
Love Mom, "
WITII LOVE, DDIDE
MGM. ED, AND DEVON
Live life to the fullest
and meet each new
experience with joy and
anticipation. We love
you. Lotus Blossom!
Mom. Dad, Marcie, Keo and Melissa
WOW MATT!! YQU MADE IT. . . CSGMQI1
MOM, DAD, AND
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MQM DAD, AND GENE
ive each day to the fullest. Get the most
from each hour, each day, and each
age of your life. Then you can look forward
with confidence, and back without regrets.
Be yourself-but be your best self. Dare
to be different and to follow your own star.
And don't be afraid to be happy. Enjoy
what is beautiful. Love with all your heart
and soul. Believe that those you love, love
Forget what you have done for your
friends, and remember what they have done
for you. Disregard what the world owes you,
and concentrate on what you owe the world.
When you are faced with a decision, make
that decision as wisely as possible-then
forget it. The moment of absolute certainty
And above all, remember that God helps
those who help themselves. Act as if every-
thing depended upon you, and pray as if
everything depended upon God.
-S. H. PAY:-:n
Beginning November 20, 1969.
praise is that
you are our
DAD At MOM
To your first day at school, until this day you
have made us very proud. We love you very much.
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FROM THE YEARBCOK STAFF
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"Let today embrace the past with
remembrance and the future with longing."
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CAPS 84 GOWNS ' YE RBOOKS
Abbott, Zoe A. 87
Abel, Daniel P. 17, 187,
Abraham, Scott J.
Ackermann, David J. 101,
Adams, Tom J. 17, 80, 140,
Addy, Dale R. 17, 175
Afrasiabi, Ardavan 175, 177
Aguilar, Andrea N.
Alcaraz, Steven M.
Alcazar, Richard P.
Alcumbrac, Kieran B. 87, 181
Alexander, Ian C. 101, 182,
Alford, Jeffrey M. 87, 179,
Alford, Kristen M. 101, 168,
Aljamie, Laura F.
Allen, Amie M.
Allen, Jamie D.
Allen, Lauri D. 87, 239
Allen, Leslie J. 239, 206
Allen, Stacia H. 168, 190
Alpert, Bari H. 17, 51, 65
Alterman, Sheri 17, 233,
Althoen, Emily J. 101
Althoen, Morgan C. 233, 240
Alverson, David S. 175, 240,
Amdon, Marc J. 240
Ames, Kurt C.
Ames, Trey D. 101
Amos, Fredrick R. 87, 179
Amos, Sean M. 101, 189, 214
Amrofell, Greg M. 101, 149,
182, 199, 241, 248, 217
Anderson, Amy C. 87
Anderson, Barbara J. 17,
185, 201, 251
Anderson, Carl J. 87, 182,
233, 241, 217, 218
Anderson, Carly A. 101, 185,
Anderson, Christina A. 101
Anderson, Craig W. 101, 241,
Anderson, Gregory M. 2, 17
Anderson, Jennifer D. 87,
201, 239, 251, 255
Anderson, Katherine 17, 52
Andreosky, Nicholas V. 87,
Angebrandt, Dwayne E. 17,
Annan, Joan M. 18, 56
Anselmo, Jason T. 18, 61,
Antrim, Lanea L.
Apana, Shannon G.
Araujo, Kristina 18, 24, 29,
49, 90, 239, 240, 247, 249,
251, 294 '
Arreola, Rubin 101
Ark, Paul P. 18, 240, 257
Ark, Peter P. 87
Arnold, Paul E. 87
Arnold, Samantha J. 82
Ascher, Shane L. 101
Ash, Jeffrey W. 87
Ashton, Andrew R. 101, 182,
Ashton, Pamela 18
Astor, Kevin E. 72, 175, 240
Astorga, Yesenia L. 101
Attell, Camille F. 101
Auer, Jason C.
Aust, Brian L. 18, 182, 232,
233, 239, 240, 250, 257,
Aust, Eric D. 240, 251, 205
Austin, Jeffrey K. 87, 179,
Babecky, Cynthia L. 18, 23,
Bablot, Marc S. 87, 179, 205
Bagube, Jeanne M. 233, 225
Baharie, Briana S. 101, 147,
Bahna, Jano 101
Bailey, Amy Nicole 192, 193,
Bailey, Jim P.
Bain, Cathy M.
Bainbridge, Brett J. 221
Baird, Jodie A. 101, 241, 250
Baird, Traci L. 9, 19, 25,
238, 239, 240, 243, 245,
Baker, Allan M. 8, 19, 127,
229, 231, 238, 239
Baker, Cindy N. 101
Baker, Greg M. 245
Baker, Keigh D. 87, 189, 205
Baker, Kristen L. 19, 239,
240, 251, 255
Baldwin, Britt G.
Ball, Scott T. 5, 19, 175
Bangert, Mark R.
Baren, Steve F. 197, 240
Barker, Chris H.
Barloewen, Eric W. 212, 213
Barloewen, Susan A. 101, 180
Barnard, Melissa M. 19, 251
Barnes, Kimberly A.
Barrett, Kevin M. 101
Barrett, Laura R. 87, 89
Barrett, Mick R.
Barrett, Susan E. 87
Barron, Cori L. 87, 185, 241,
Bart, Randall 19, 126
Bartlet, Jennifer L. 87
Barton, Scott J. 175, 232,
Bate, Richard A.
Bate, Victoria L. 101
Bauer, Elizabeth J. 87, 233,
241, 243, 248, 251
Bauer, Elizabeth K. 201, 229,
185, 248, 250
Scott A. 74, 197
Baughman, Selina S. 87
Bear, Matthew J. 19, 58,
147, 238, 240
Bear, Stephen C. 87
Beck, Erin L. 101
Becker, Amy L. 20
Beehan, Jennifer A. 101, 168
Behn, Shanyn L. 20, 245
Beneker, Kristin M. 87, 201
Bennett, Joie 175, 236
Bennett, Stacey A.
Beresford, Brooke A. 20,
Berg, Andreae M. 9, 20, 50
Bernstein, Jennifer P. 87, 181,
239, 241, 248, 254, 255
Berry, Don M. 20, 45, 232
239, 254 A
Berry, Georgi A. 87
Berry, Jeff A. 12, 71, 122,
125, 130, 130
Beshear, Bob B. 74
Best, Dedra 87, 185
Bevacquea, Natalie J. 74
Bevans, Kristi A. 20
Bigelow, Jennifer E. 101
Birney, Katie K. 74, 80, 229,
Bish, Christina M. 20, 233
Bissin, Brooke A. 21, 236,
Blackerby, Lori S. 21, 74
Blackerby, Sheila K.
Blackman, Ronnie T. 101
Blake, Lisa A. 101
Blaney, David C. 74, 240, 245
Bletscher, Chad A. 87, 205
Blevins, Rachel E. 74, 238
Bloom, Brett W. 21, 126,
Boche, Matt 88
Boddy, Elizabeth S. 21,
240, 242, 255, 223
Boeck, Kristin E.
Boedeker, Kim M. 21, 23,
Boer, Shane B. 88
Bogard, David 74
Bonar, Lisa D.
Bonk, Gabriel A. 74
Bonk, Jodi M.
Borgen, Christopher J. 88,
Borges, Daren E.
Borges, Gregory J. 88
Boris, Brian C. 74
Borm, Cynthia L. 74
Borm, Lisa-Anne M. 21, 245
Boseker, Resa N. 88, 180,
Bosko, Michael P. 88, 179
Botula, Michael S. 101
Boussiacos, Tom A. 21
Bovetas, Vasiliki G. 21
Bowen, Patricia A. 88, 245
Bower, Clint R. 101
Bowman, Paul W. 21, 127,
Bowman, Scott C. 74
Bozek, Heather A. 101
Bradshaw, Jennifer J. 22,
Brandon, Gregory J. 88, 189
Brandon, Robert D. 22, 41,
Brant, Jesse L. 88, 233
Breen, John M. 74
Bremer, Julia D. 22
Bridenbecker, Bradford 74,
Bridge, Jennifer A. 22, 70,
Brink, Alicia S. 22, 254,
Brittain, Nikki L.
Brizuela, Justin Z. 102, 179,
189, 232, 241, 254
Brock, Todd A. 22, 171
Brooks, David F. 22
Brooks, Joanna M. 74, 140,
184, 185, 231, 239, 240,
248, 249, 250, 254, 255,
Brown, Matthew D. 88, 199
Brown, Pamela S. 88
Brown, Susan C. 11, 22,
147, 149, 239, 245, 257
Bruce, Kristin J. 102, 181
Brugman, Gretchen E. 102,
Brugman, Laura K. 74, 184,
240, 242, 250, 255, 225
Brummett, Mark 106
Bruner, Elizabeth 23, 185,
Bruner, Terrence W. 102, 199
Brunner, Michael S. 102, 199
Bruns, Sharon L.
Bryant, Christa E. 74, 146,
Bryant, Kimber L. 23, 239,
Buckner, Bobby L. 23, 203
Burgos, Jeff J. 102
Burns, Karen Lynn 74, 239
Busalacchi, Frank A. 17,
23, 28, 136, 175, 240, 158
Buschmann, Heidi M. 88, 245
Buse, Michele M. 74, 128,
Bush, Dana L. 88
Butcher, Lori L. 74
Butler, David 74, 82, 175
Byrd, Brett W. 23, 126, 175
Cabarrubia, Josette M. 102
Cahalan, Jennifer L. 23,
Calderon, Carlos E. 74
Calderon, Mercedes N.
Calvetti, Roy P. 74
Cameron, Carrie M. 102
Campbell, Jeff W. 74
Campbell, Mary E. 23, 245
Campbell, Michelle L. 88
Canale, Joseph A. 88
Cannon, John F. 74
Caplis, Christine S. 102, 225
Caraccio, Lisa F. 88
Carl, Adam 237
Carmona, Chris 88
Carrig, Jennifer R. 23
Carrig, Melissa A. 88, 241
Carroll, Jim P. 74, 240, 214
Casey, Karla L. 102
Casey, Kolleen E. 74
Cash, Paul A. 23, 170, 146,
147, 233, 239, 240, 253,
Cast, Crystal J. 74
Castaneda, Dilva 88
Castaneda, Sonia, A. 102
Casteel, Christopher J. 88,
Castorena, John-Paul 102, 217
Castro, Arthur A. 22, 24, 41,
Cataraha, Derek K. 100, 102
Ceja, Christopher D. 88
Cerrone, Robert P. 102, 238,
Chaix, Stephanie l. 74, 255,
Chalamidas, Melisa R. 75
Chambers, Adam M. 24,
175, 240, 202, 203
Chambers, Darcee Z.
Chang, Edward 24, 238,
Chang, Susan E. 88, 233, 236,
Chapman, Christopher L. 102
Charton, Danny 102, 194
Charton, Robert B. 75, 232,
Chen, Delbert W. 75, 232,
233, 239, 240, 213, 214,
Chen, Doris 75, 128, 180
Chen, Helen 102
Chen, Philip 102, 241, 254,
Chen, Susan 75
Chennavasin, John S. 88, 241
Chiang, Kenneth T. 3, 24,
232, 233, 239, 254, 256,
Chiu, David 88, 241, 254,
Chizhik, Alexander 88, 238,
Chodowski, Brian D. 75, 175,
Choo, Sarah S. 88, 233, 239,
Chou, Cheng-lh 102, 238,
Chou, Chung-lh J. 75, 238,
239, 240, 213
Chou, Thomas J. 24, 239,
240, 254, 256, 213
Christianson, Valerie T.
Christy, Stephanie A. 88
Chuang, Deborah J. 75, 240,
242, 250, 254, 255
Chuang, Diana K. 86, 88, 233,
238, 239, 241, 242, 250,
Chung, ll Y. 24
Chung, Pil Sun S. 89, 209,
Clark, Elizabeth A. 75, 240,
Clark, Gregory D. 89, 179,
Clark, James M. 102
Clark, Kristin M. 24, 245
Clarke, Kristina R. 24, 66
Clayton, Heidi A,
Clayton, Holly A. 86, 99, 233,
239, 241, 250, 254, 255
Clayton, Michael D. 75, 141,
Cleary, Charles J. 102, 149
Clevenger, Jeremy S. 25,
68, 187, 209
Cobb, Shelley A. 89, 233,
Coderre, Shane R. 25, 35,
Cohen, Danielle S. 102
Cohen, Hilda A. 25, 238,
239, 240, 250, 255
Colburn, Brock B. 59
Cole, Christa M. 25, 129,
180, 181, 239, 243
Collins, John B. 8, 25, 67,
137, 147, 238, 239, 253,
Collins, Tim J. 25, 70, 175
Combs, Kory B. 25, 187,
236, 238, 239, 240
Coniflio, Christopher M.
12, 25, 194
Coniglio, Steven C. 102
Connor, Mike J. 75
Conrad, Drew R. 25
Constantine, Jason P. 17,
26, 71, 122, 126, 130, 175,
231, 240, 150, 154
Constantine, Paul A. 102, 103,
61, 189, 231, 233, 239
Cook, Kristine M. 2, 75
Coombs, Dallas 9, 26, 46,
Cooper, Jared S. 26, 240
Cooper, Jason T. 89, 189
Cops, Kevin C. 75, 175, 233,
240, 254, 217
Cormier, Bradley R. 26,
187, 150, 210, 211
Corner, Brian H. 103
Coronado, Leroy L. 245
Correa, Jennifer n. 89
Constanza, Brian F. 75, 146,
Cotman, Daniel C. 89
Cowdell, Brett M. 75, 125,
171, 231, 221
Cowdell, Bryan M. 103
Cralley, Ronna M. 75
Crane, Matthew J. 89, 199
Crane, Penelope D. 26, 251
Criss, Nicholas C. 89
Crofton, Alexa 89, 254, 255,
Croissant, Bob 103
Crosby, Collin S. 103, 144,
145, 173, 159
Crosby, Scott 26, 44, 123,
Crowell, Jim R. 89
Crowell, Michael S. 75, 81,
146, 187, 211
Crummett, Michael S. 103,
Cuddyre, Christine M. 26
Cuddyre, Kelly L. 103
Cummings, Cindy L. 103, 104,
199, 180, 192, 241, 218
Cunningham, Brian T. 75, 232
Cunningham, Rex W. 26,
Cunningham, Wallace H. 103
Curiel, Leticia M. 75
Curiel, Yvette 26
Curnutt, Jennifer D. 75, 240
Curtis, Alison L, 89
Custer, Andrew 89
Cutliff, Cari L. 75, 168
Dabney, Christian E. 89, 147
Daft, Tracie C. 103
Dains, Kathleen J. 27
Danford, Julee A. 75
Danon, Marc M. 103, 238,
Danon, Steven S. 27
Dao, Kim 75, 240
Dapkewicz, Eric D. 75, 240,
Dardashti, Laura J. 75, 233,
238, 239, 240, 250, 251,
Darr, Amy L. 103
Daveler, Aaron J. 89
Davies, Tina M. 27, 200
Davis, Charles P, 75, 171, 225
Davis, Douglas A. 89
Davis, Michael C. 27, 239
Davis, Robert C. 75
Davis, Tyler 89, 189
Dawson, Valerie L. 89
Deaenlle, Crystal Y.
Dean, Michael J. 103, 179
Dean, Robert L. 89, 189, 205
Dean, Tracie S. 103
Deangelo, August A. 27
Decarion, Philip G. 103
Decarion, Suzanne M. 75
Deckert, Juliet K. 89, 181,
236, 239, 241, 242, 152
Dedmon, Dina M.
Dee, Robert C. 27, 127,
147, 235, 238
Deering, Nathan A. 28
Deese, Brett P. 75, 175, 250,
Degroot, Kevin J. 75
Delgado, Rachel F. 89
Delnoce, Todd C. 75, 203
Delvaux, Mark A. 13, 89, 173,
Demara, Tony J.
Demarco, Lee R. 76, 200
Demkiw, Stephanie G. 76
Denaie, Sabrina 26
Denny, Paige 28, 42, 59, 69
Desilva, Chanaka 28, 233,
Desilva, Menaka N. 76, 232,
233, 239, 240, 243, 254,
Dettor, Kevin M. 89, 179
Dettor, Kristin M. 76, 81
Deuning, Karen L. 103, 185,
Difronzo, Gregory 28, 251
Djang, Jennifer A. 89, 241
Dodak, Kari A. 28, 206
Dodak, Steven M. 103, 245
Donnelly, Kent J. 89, 133,
188, 230, 241, 203
Dore, Tom P. 76
Dorn, Brandi A. 103
Dossantos, Michelle K. 76
Douglas, Bobby C. 103
Downs, David F. 76, 203
Duarte, Jonathan J. 89, 179
Duckett, Joshua 89
Duff, Jamal E.
Duffy, Mark S. 103, 179
Dumerton, Brenna N. 28,
Duncan, Sharon L. 76, 236,
Dunn, Julie 146, 255
Dunn, Stephen B. 28, 42,
Dunphy, John P. 28
Dunseath, Heather K. 76
Duran, Michelle L.
Dutrisac, Laura J. 29, 180,
Easlick, Brennan P. 89
Ebert, Chad M. 103, 233,
Ebert, Shannon K. 90, 192,
Edman, Matthew 29
Eggers, Trina L. 75, 76, 91
Ehret, Julia D. 103, 168, 200,
Eisenman, Dana G. 29, 240
243, 250, 255, 257, 212,
Ellis, Keith M. 76, 240, 245
Ellis, Traci M. 103
Ellison, Andrea L. 90
Ellison, Juanita 90
Ellison, Laura A. 103, 223
Elmer, Eric S. 90, 241, 254
Engdahl, Coleen L. 29
Enriquez, Maria E. 76, 240
Erdkamp, John D. 103, 110,
Erickson, Joseph L. 76, 240,
Ernst, Dan 75, 171, 233, 242
Esqueda, Robert 90
Esqueda, Sharon 29, 236
Esslinger, David A. 29
Evans, David C. 76
Evans, Erika J.
Evans, Jill L. 103, 225, 165
Evans, Karen J. 29, 66,
122, 126, 130, 130, 295
Evans, Kristi D. 29, 51, 69,
Fahs, Jennifer E. 76, 250
Fanti, Kevin 90
Farney, Patricia M. 90
Ferry, Peter J. 76
Farrar, Linda 103
Farwell, Brian W. 103, 254,
Faure, Karine I. 90, 185, 241,
Feher, Christine J. 103, 233,
Feingold, Stephanie R. 103,
241, 224, 225
Feldman, Leeann S. 103, 225
Fenmore, Grant M. 90, 239
Ferbert, Jad M. 76
Ferris, Erin L. 76, 141
Ferris, Morgan L. 9, 29, 71,
124, 243, 247, 250, 255,
Fickett, Craig A. 76
Figge, William D. 103
Fischbeck, Brittney A. 76
Fischbeck, Jeff S. 103, 145,
Fischel, Jeffrey R. 90, 189,
241, 254, 213
Fisher, Andrea M. 72, 76
Fisher, Duane J.
Fite, Jennifer R. 76, 225
Fjeld, Martin R. 76, 238, 239,
Flanagan, Thomas V. 76, 256
Fleurent, James E. 100, 103
Fleurent, Jennifer L. 90
Flores, Michael C. 90
Flower, Brandy M. 76
Flynn, Sean M. 30, 239,
240, 248, 249
Folsom, Brent A. 103, 241
Foltz, Lisa B. 90, 180, 181,
Fong, Fleur D. 76
Ford, Jolene K. 30, 63, 245
Forge, Sean C. 90
Forman, Jennifer L. 103
Foster, Mark E. 104, 189, 241
Foster, Michelle 90, 245
Foster, Traci B. 104
Foxe, Tanya S. 76, 168, 190,
191, 240, 206, 207
Fragassi, Andrew G. 76, 175
Francis, Janet M. 30, 233,
245, 250, 225
Franco, Gina M. 104, 185,
Franco, Joe A. 77, 182, 155,
Franklin, Matthew A. 90, 189
Frayne, Daniel 104
Freeman, Brad S. 77, 83
Freeman, Valorie L. 77
Frembgen, Pamela A. 77, 240,
Fritts, Derek G. 30, 59,
122, 130, 175, 214
Frutos, David S. 90, 133, 235,
Fry, Morgan W. 245
Fuchs, Evan D. 90
Fukuda, Erick K. 100, 104,
182, 197, 199
Fukuda, Michael T. 30, 197
Fukushima, Kazumi 30, 240
Fulton, Denise S. 13, 90, 98,
200 218, 219
Fulton, John A. 104
Furry, Jill S. 30
Furry, Kimberly I. 90
Furumi, Shizuka S. 104
Gabelsberg, Jason W. 90, 197,
235, 238, 215, 217
Gagen, James P. 90, 179
Gagen, Shelly M. 86, 90, 133,
168 192, 233, 241, 250,
,Brian E. 90, 173, 224,
Gallagher, David A. 77
Garceau, Denise 90, 181
Garcia, Eric S. 77, 175, 188,
202, 203, 165, 205
Garcia, Neil B. 104, 144
Gardnel, Wendy 90
Garrison, Amy E. 77, 141
Garvai, Rachel J. 104
Gaspar, Michael L. 77, 205
Gaude, Gordon M. 77
Gaw, Michelle M. 30
Gazzaniga, Andrea M. 104,
168, 192, 193, 238, 241,
Gehly, Jason B. 77
Geideman, Thomas E. 31,
45, 232, 254
Genetive, Kerry T. 104
Genova, Jason P. 90
Genova, Jeff V. 104
George, Jennifer M. 104
George, Patrick M. 155
Gerome, Chris S. 104
Gesler, David 31, 68, 136,
175, 295, 165
Gess, Brent E. 77
Gibbons, Carrie L. 104
Gibbs, Jacky L. 104, 161
Gibbs, Trina M. 90
Gibson, Becky A. 104
Giesea, Jeffrey T. 31, 240,
Gilbertson, Erik J. 91, 189
Gilbreath, Ali M. 91, 199
Gill, Michael J.
Gillman, Margo A. 77, 247,
Gilmore, Tom H. 77, 197
Gilstrap, Jeffrey W. 77, 213
Goodman, Jennifer R. 104
Goodman, Matthew R. 104
Gordon, Andy 77
Gorup, Dane B. 91
Gorup, Myke L. 31, 68, 160,
Gourley, Gran H. 77, 213
Graham, Colin B. 32, 44,
Grahn, Matthew D. 91, 173,
Grahovac, Michelle M. 104
Grahovac, Nicole D. 104
Graichen, Thomas W. 104,
Graziano, Andrew G. 104, 217
Greek, Samuel R. 104, 179
Green, Lisa 77, 85
Greene, Richard A. 72, 77,
140, 204, 205
Gregg, Anna F. 91
Gribben, Jessa A. 104, 254
Griffiths, Brittany A. 32
Griffitts, Darrin T. 2, 32
Grigsby, August R. 104
Grissinger, Jeremy 91, 179
Griswold, Scott 104, 173, 225
Groner, Carl L. 104
Grundstrom, Robert J. 105
Guarnacci, Shannon 33, 64,
Gunckel, Thomas L. 32,
Gurrola, Albert N. 105
Gustafson, Eric D. 105
Gustavson, Jan E. 91, 189,
241, 256, 205
Guzman, Karen E. 71, 239,
Gwinup, Kevin L. 32
Hager, Dwayne H. 32,245
Hager, Lisa D. 105, 245'
Hagland, Jennifer L. 105, 218
Hagland, Robert L. 91, 199
Hagmann, Kristin J. 32
Haiduc, Matthew S. 77, 238,
Hairston, Adam 33, 66,
Hairston, Jason M. 91, 99,
Hale, Kenneth R. 77
Halevy, Sivana 91
Gin, Jennifer K. 91, 180, 192, Hallamore, Mark R. 77, 251
Ginocchio, Noelle T. 77
Hallamore, Nicole C. 91, 126,
192, 193, 239, 217, 218
Giraldo, Jessica M. 31, 125 Halpern, Jeff M.
Gjokaj, Jennifer 104
Gladwell, Cindy 91
Glaser, Brian B. 104, 189
Goldberg, Beth E. 31, 240
Goldberg, Eliana K. 91, 241,
Ham, Brandon J. 77, 188
Hamby, Sabrina B. 77
Hamilton, Melanie M. 75, 77
Hammer, Monica 33
Hammes, Sheri M. 33
Hammett, Amy G. 77
Goldstein, Amanda S. 91, 180, Hammond, Sandy C. 77
Gomez, Maria M. 31
Gonzales, Della P. 77
Gonzalez, Michael J. 31,
175, 176, 165
Hancock, Jim D. 91, 189, 205
Hanger, Stephanie M. 77, 255,
Hannegan, Bryan J. 33,
147, 197, 238, 239, 240,
250, 251, 256, 209
Hansen, Kirsten E. 77
Hansen, Marc K. 105, 144,
Hansen, Shawna 91
Hanson, Amy 33
Hanson, Chris W. 105
Hanson, Elizabeth 77
Hardage, Steven R. 32, 33
Harper, George T.
Harmon, Heather 91, 168,
242, 241, 255
Harmon, Matthew 33, 196,
197, 240, 213
Harouturian, Todd K. 33
Harris, Colleen W. 239
Harris, Debra 33
Harris, Wendy A. 91
Hartley, Michael J. 105
Hartnett, Tracey A. 77
Harvey, Kimberly A. 7, 78
Haupert, William J. 78
Hauser, Leslie E. 105, 180
Hauser, Matthew 34, 187,
239, 254, 203
Hawkins, Thomas R. 78, 146,
174, 175, 188, 203
Hayashi, Daiyu 91, 181, 217
Hayes, Careter E. 78
Hayman, Allison D. 34,
143, 168, 240, 245, 254
Haymond, Shannon 29, 34
Hayter, Cory K. 34
Head, Shawna M. 34, 42,
Healy, Daniel T. 78, 175, 194
Heard, Kristin R. 91
Heath, Joanna C. 78, 206
Heinisch, Marc A. 91, 197,
Helffrich, Mary Jo 78
Helfrich, Pamela S. 34, 36
Hemsley, Shayne W. 180
Henderson, Earlicia S. 34,
239, 250, 251, 254, 218
Hendren, Amy L.
Hendricks, Robert C. 91
Hendricks, Steve M.
Henrotin, Todd A. 73, 78,
Henson, Kristi L. 105
Henson, Michele L. 34
Herman, Christine A. 105,
Hernandez, Cecilia A. 105
Hernandez, Erin K. 78
Hernandez, Karen M. 105,
168, 200, 241, 158, 206,
Hernandez, Katie M. 105,
Hernandez, Michael J. 34,
196, 197, 214
Herr, Julie C. 25, 35, 239,
240, 251, 254
Herr, Nicole A. 91, 155
Herrick, Michael 105, 182,
Hertsgaard, Kristen L. 35
Hertz, Cameron T. 105
Hess, Shawn F. 78
Hester, Timothy J. 105, 179
Hewett, Bridget 91
Hibbard, Julie A. 78, 240
Hibbert, Andrew J. 35, 35,
Hicks, Barbara L. 35
Higby, Jennifer L. 78, 85,
Higgins, Michael A. 17, 35,
60, 66, 175, 203
Hildreth, Mari S. 78, 218
Hileman, Chris G. 78, 197,
Hill, Jeremy D.
Hill, Kelley R. 78
Hill, Lawrence D. 91, 251
Hill, Mark 78
Hinojosa, Diane 78
Hipsak, Stacy L. 91
Hirose, Tara A. 105, 223
Ho, Helen C. 34, 233, 240,
Ho, Shaun V. 78, 233, 240,
Hoff, Jennifer L. 35, 122,
Hoffman, Sarah K. 105, 233,
Hofmann, Sean W. 105
Hoggatt, Gene B. 91, 238
Holder, Zachary C. 92, 173,
Holdernees, Colleen 105
Holland, Timothy M. 78
Holley, James J. 92
Homes, John 92
Hoover, Randy W. 92
Horton, Mike D. 35, 69,
Horvath, Aaron R. 35, 39
Horvath, Lisa M. 36, 233,
Hourt, Dwayne A. 78
Hsia, Curtis C. 78, 232, 233,
239, 243, 248, 254, 217
Huang, Albert K. 36, 232,
233, 238, 239, 240, 254,
255, 256, 217
Huang, Jack l. 36, 232, 238,
Huang, Joyce C. 78, 180,
181, 240, 155, 256
Hufnagel, Jeffrey W. 78, 141,
Hume, Darren S. 245, 214
Hume, Douglas R. 78, 179,
240, 255, 214
Hupe, Catherine L. 36, 149
Hurtt, Michelle C. 36
Husband, Bryan D. 105, 178,
Huskey, Aaron J. 78
Hussain, Nasreen S. 294
Hutton, Jennifer D. 78, 141
Huynh, Nhon A. 105, 194
Huynh, Phu K. 36, 240
Icenhower, Troy D. 78, 141,
Iftiger, Daniel P. 36, 39,
Irani, Yasmeen 92, 255
lsley, Jason T. 105
Jackson, Richard K. 92, 175,
Jackson, Tyler T. 75
Jacobs, Darren E. 92, 197,
Jacobs, Jonathan D. 105, 199
Jacobs, Michelle A. 36, 42,
Janis, Jeffery J. 92, 189, 211
Jeltema, John C. 4, 37,
236, 240, 245
Jensen, Duane S. 78, 208,
Jezowski, Broc E. 92, 179
Jimenez, Eddie M. 37, 143,
Joffe, Jeff R. 105
Joffe, Mike M. 92
Johnson, Christopher C. 78,
Johnson, Cindy L. 92, 245
Johnson, Dawn C. 78, 239
Johnson, Debra D. 79, 239
Johnson, Erik T. 92, 179,
Johnson, Gregory R. 37,
Johnson, John E. 92
Johnson, Melinda C. 92
Johnson, Shasie L. 37, 51,
130, 160, 228, 236
Jones, Ashby, E. 8, 37, 229,
23, 238, 239, 240, 202
Jones, Benjamin P. 238, 205
Jones, Blaine K. 105
Jones, Craig E. 105, 189,
Jones Daniel J. 37
Jones, Michelle R. 79
Jones, Mitchell A. 79, 71, 221
Jones, Tara L. 106
Jorgensen, Becki A. 92, 251
Jorgensen, Veronica A. 38,
79, 200, 239, 251, 255
Kambestad, Kathryn D. 38,
Kane, James P. 92
Kanno, Conrad 38, 45, 232,
233, 238, 239, 240, 250,
253, 254, 256
Kanzler, Daniel J. 106, 254
Karamardian, Rita M. 79, 229,
Karcher, Christine L. 38,
Karlsen, Paul T. fPacol 92
Karlsen, Rochelle L. 79, 245
Katnik, Scott A. 79
Kaul, Kelly L. 79, 240, 242,
245, 250, 218
Keagy, Karen 38
Keegan, Amanda E. 92, 185,
241, 254, 218
Keeney, Michael J.
Kellerman, Edward R. 79,
167, 175, 177, 240, 255,
Kellerman, Elizabeth A. 106,
Kelley, Elizabeth R. 106
Kelley, Robert 79, 254
Kellogg, William L. 79, 141,
175, 240, 255, 217
Kelly, Colby C. 92, 194
Kelly, Kathleen M. 92
Kelty, Kathleen A. 38
Kent, Erin L. 92, 238, 239,
Kenzy, Karey M. 38
Kershnar, Rebecca L. 92, 99,
239, 241, 250, 255
Kershnar, Sara L. 239, 240,
Keuilian, Shant 38, 69
Keuilian, Talin V. 92, 99, 239,
Keyler, Courtney J. 79, 175,
Khoury, Mona S. 106, 107,
242, 254, 255, 223
Kim, Andrea A. 106, 181,
182, 238, 241, 254
Kim, Anthony S. 106, 241
Kim, Daniella A. 79, 180,
226, 236, 240
Kim, Helen J. 39
Kim, Stefanie A. 92, 238,
239, 242, 254, 255
Kim, Steve M. 79
Kim, Suzanne S. 79, 185, 201,
238, 239, 240, 250, 255,
Kimes, Patricia H. 79, 81, 82
Kin, Curtis A. 79, 231, 236,
239, 240, 250, 217
Kinder, Erica M. 79, 201, 234,
King, James R. 39
King, Jeffrey M. 39, 77,
King, Noah M.
King, Tamara L. 92, 245, 206
King, Westley H. 79, 197, 240
Kiritschenko, Alex S. 39,
150, 210, 211
Kiritschenko, Damian 106,
Kirkendall, Robyn L. 39
Kirkham, Tracy M. 104, 105,
149, 168, 251
Kirn, Kevin N. 92, 245
Kliese, Kristin 92
Knopf, Andrew N.
Knowles, Kacey C. 39, 76,
180, 240, 247, 257
Knox, Melanie J. 46, 106
Ko, Charlez J. 106
Ko, Eileen Y. 92, 181, 238,
Koenig, Jenifer M. 93, 192,
Koh, Duke Y. 106, 254
Konopisos, Nick D. 106, 189
Kontny, Natashc M. 93, 241,
Koo, Cindy H. 39
Kooi, Kara L. 106, 129, 180,
181, 192, 193, 218
Kosinski, Molly P. 93
Kosuth, Kathryn V. 39,
180, 240, 250, 254, 155
Kottke, Eric F. 79, 141, 154,
Kovacev, Robert J. 93, 232,
238, 241, 243, 254, 214
Kowalik, Daryl G. 79, 182,
Kracht, Susan E. 79
Kramer, Nicholas M. 106
Kreutz, Mica E. 40, 239,
240, 242, 250, 254, 259
Krishna, Nina 106
Kruse, Kelly M. 106
Kubota, Russell T. 93
Kuchera, Lisa M. 40
Kugelman, Larry D. 179
Kuntz, Michael G. 40, 63
Kwan, Yuen W. 93, 241
Labat, Michelle 93, 168, 192,
Lacertosa, Brian J. 79
Lachance, Cheri L. 93
Lafrance, Elizabeth A. 79, 236
Lahti, Carita K. 40, 251,
Lnaders, Laura M. 79
Lane, Alison M. 79
Lang, Evan B. 106, 179, 189,
Langlois, Elise 40, 71, 127,
238, 239, 240, 243
Larkin, Kimberly D. 40
Larsen, Martha A. 106
Larson, Erik T. 93
Larson, Jennifer M. 79, 240
Larson, Michele D. 106, 245
Lathrum, David J. 79
Lathrum, Richard J. 40,
Laton, Mary 106
Latona, Gary G. 79, 140, 152
Lavenia, Sean P. 79
Lavidas, Kathy 93
Lawlor, Angel A. 93
Lawson, Wesley A,
Layman-Biener, Eva M.
Layton, Mary M.
Leach, Jason G. 40, 48,
170, 171, 250
Leach, Judd D. 93, 173, 241,
250, 221, 225
Leaman, Karen J. 41, 233,
Leaman, Kathy A. 106, 254
Lebanoff, Debra D. 80
Lebanoff, Michelle L. 106
Ledford, James T.
Ledford, Tisha 80
Ledoyen, Geoffrey D. 93,
Lee, Amanda A. 93, 181,
Lee, Joanne A. 80, 185, 190,
238, 239, 240, 254, 256
Lee, Terry 106
Lee, Thomas K. 41, 210,
Left, Sarah 41, 143, 233,
240, 243, 254
Leitner, Chris G. 93, 179
Leitner, Curtis F. 80, 197,
Lema, Chris F, 80, 197, 240,
Lema, Joey A. 93, 182, 235,
241, 155, 217
Lemas, Noah l. 41, 239,
Lemke, Celina N. 41, 223
Lengle, Ryan C. 80, 205
Leon, Amber N. 80, 201
Leon, Angela A. 106
Leon, Scott C. 106, 145, 182,
Leong, Laura A. 93, 149
Lerch, Julie K. 80, 243
Lesueur, Sabrina 41
Leupold, Melissa M. 93, 126,
Lewand, Danielle A. 250
Lewis, Beth L, 106, 241, 245
Lewis, Cynthia D.
Lewis, Dyer 41
Lewis, Katherine E. 41, 70,
142, 229, 238, 239, 240
Ley, Mark R. 80
Liang, Yue-June 93, 233, 241,
Librojo, Pat 80
Lillard, Amy L. 106, 228, 241
Lillard, Matthew L. 41, 65,
127, 147, 231, 235, 237,
238, 239, 254
Lilly, Lance W. 106, 25
Lilly, Maile D. 42, 146
Lin, Charles P. 93, 189, 238,
Lin, Cheryl C. 80, 180
Lin, Cindy 42, 143, 240,
242, 243, 250, 25, 254,
Lin, Helen 42, 233, 240,
254, 256, 257, 218
Lin, Horace T. 42, 182, 233,
238, 239, 240, 252, 254,
Lin, Hubert 80, 231, 232,
233, 239, 240, 243, 254,
Lin, Jack 93, 254, 213
Lin, James P. 107, 254, 213
Lin, Jane 107, 181, 254, 255,
Lin, Jennifer J. 107, 181,
241, 242, 218
Lin, Joshua A. 80, 171, 238,
239, 240, 243, 254, 256,
Lin, Karen C. 80, 232, 238,
240, 254, 255, 256
Lin, Steven 107, 238, 241,
254, 256, 217
Lindauer, Matthew A. 93, 182,
199, 232, 205
Lindholm, Timothy P. 80, 250,
Lindley, Daniel C. 42
Lindstrom, Kimberly T. 107,
Lissner, Dale J. 107
Lissner, Maryann L. 80, 201
Little, Edina K. 107
Little, Nicole A. 93
Livengood, Paul D. 80, 245
Lodgard, Kerry M. 86, 93,
161, 168, 192, 192, 241,
Lodgard, Kirsten D. 42,
246, 247, 255
Lodgard, Timothy K. 107, 199
Lofland, Doug 80, 205
Logan, Brian P. 42, 187,
Logan, Megan L. 107, 223
Long, David 80
Loonam, Ed F. 73, 80, 146,
Lopez, Juan A. 93
Lopez, Richard B. 93
Lopez, Sonya A. 80, 240, 245
Lord, Douglas C. 105, 107,
182, 199, 214
Lowe, Michelle R. 24, 136
Lu, Jennifer R. 13, 93, 98,
200, 238, 241, 217, 218
Lu, Yu-Chi J. 93
Lubell, Susan H. 107, 201,
241, 254, 218
Luckinger, Alexandra M.
27, 42, 180, 247
Lugo, Audray 80, 201, 207
Lumang, Nanette 80
Lumary, Jenny N. 107
Luna, Jennifer A. 143
Luong, Khanh D. 107, 241
Lutz, Robert S. 94, 166, 182,
Lyon, Suzanne N. 72, 80,
240, 250, 218
Macdonald, Diana L. 80, 229
233, 240, 250
Mackay, Paul R. 80, 214
Mackinnon, Michael D. 142,
231, 236, 239
Mackintosh, Kathleen M. 80,
Maclachlan, Andrew A. 80,
171, 240, 221
Madole, Kent D. 17, 66,
122, 126, 130, 154, 175,
231, 239, 203
Madole, Melanie J. 13, 94, 98,
124, 200, 158, 218
Madsen, Birte 14, 38, 80, 91,
Madsen, Kara S. 67, 247,
Maeda, Kimberly Y. 94, 185,
201, 233, 241, 218
Maggiano, Michael J. 101,
107, 179, 199, 238
Mahan, Kimberly L.
Mahru, Kenneth S. 107, 245
Malueg, Carley N. 94
Mann, Steve J. 80
Mann, Valerie M. 80
Manzo, Dominic M. 94, 122,
173, 241, 217
Manzo, Laurie J.
Marchetti, Michael J. 147,
149, 175, 239
Marcoux, Sionainn D. 94, 241,
Marfleet, James B.
Mariner, James J. 105, 107,
Marks, Heather K. 94, 239,
241, 255, 222, 223
Marks, Jennifer L.
Marlin, Erin M. 107, 181
Marlin, Tahlia M. 94, 181, 239
Marquis, Lisa Ann 94, 159
Marseilles, Kimberly A. 80
Martin, Alicia K. 94, 225
Martin, Kayce I. 94, 147
Martin, Kristin A.
Martin, Melanie G. 248, 165
Martinez, Adam M. 94, 179
Martinez, Christine 107
Martinez, Deborah C, 107
Martinez, Joseph 80, 205
Marzo, Justin B. 80
Masri, Omar F. 107, 199
Matthews, Traci 80
Mauro, Melissa E.
Mayemura, Robin Y. 72, 192,
81, 229, 240, 250, 255,
Mazurie, William A. 81, 187
McArthur, Scott R. 175
McBride, Quentin J. 44
McCain, Marcie L. 94
McCain, Michele L. 28, 44,
71, 130, 229, 231, 239
McCarthy, John A. 44, 195,
197, 161, 180, 200, 201
McCarty, Christine E. 44,
McCauley, Douglas J. 107,
199, 241, 217
McCauley, Moriah 44, 69,
185, 238, 256, 218
McClintock, Tosha A. 44,
McClish, Matthew C. 81
McCue, Heather 201
McDermid, Wendy 81, 255
McFadden, Matthew S. 94,
McGee, Joy 94
McGehee, Ronald A. 88, 94,
98, 179, 230, 231, 239
McHenry, Chad M. 81, 128,
182, 236, 215
McKeever, Michael 5, 44,
McKittrick, Scott A. 94, 189,
McKune, Vanessa 94
McLin, Gregory L. 107
McMains, Patrick D. 44,
McNatt, Julie K 94, 233, 225
McNaughton, Tiffany L. 94
McNerney, John T. 103, 107,
Mead, Gary G. 81
Means, Loren L. 94
Meany, Patrick M. 44, 45,
57, 123, 238, 240
Mecham, Megan L. 94
Mehlberger, Steve M. 81
Meline, Michael J. 6, 45
Meloni, David A. 81
Melville, Joseph A. 94, 189,
Mendoza, Elisa 81
Mendez, Gina M. 94
Mendoza, Claudia 94
Mercado, Adrianna L. 107
Mercado, Brandon A. 94
Merchant, Leslie A. 94, 181,
Mergeler, Simone 107
Merker, Diane M. 29, 45,
90, 120, 240, 247, 251,
Merrell, Janet O. 81
Metcalfe, Craig S. 14, 94,
Metzger, Brett A. 95, 236,
Metzger, Gregory L. 107
Mew, Alicia D. 81, 240, 242,
Meyer, Tara C. 95
Miller, Dale D. 45, 245, 214
Miller, David, A. 81, 141,
Miller Heather M.
Miller, Jeffrey R. 94, 199, 241
Miller, Jeremy L. 95
Miller, Jonas B. 81, 240, 205
Miller Kirsten D. 107 225
Mariel, Nancy F. 45,, 226,
Millett, Elliott T. 95, 182, 214
Mills, Kristen L. 107
Min, Christine K. 21, 45,
239, 250, 254
Mitchell, Edie R. 95, 128,
190, 240, 207
Mitchell, Frances J. 95, 190,
Mitchell, Scott C. 95
Miter, Aaron T.
Mojarro, Jerry 95, 179
Mollot, Scott J. 107, 108,
241, 254, 255
Molloy, Daniel R. 108
Molnar, Andre M. 81
Montford, Michele L. 95,
Montgomery, Mary B. 42,
Montgomery, Miles J. 108
Moody, Venus D. 108
Moon, Ingrid K. 81, 233, 238,
239, 240, 243, 250, 251,
Moore, Thomas J. 81, 240,
Morbee, Michelle J.
Morgan, Dana M. 81, 229,
Morgan, Teri L. 45, 137,
Morrow, Brendon G. 108
Mottes, Jolene R. 108
Mountain, John E. 81, 175,
Moussavian, Nella 95
Moyle, David C. 30, 46
Mullen, Peter D. 81
Mullins, Scott C. 46
Munoz, Melissa M. 95
Murphy, LiamN. 95, 173, 189,
Murray, Scott R. 81, 240, 251
Murrieta, James P. 81, 240
Murrieta, Suzanne N. 95
Musch, J. Adam W. 81, 171,
240, 254, 220, 221
Myers, Jamie M.
Mygatt, Megan 108
Myhara, Kris R. 95, 171, 173,
Myhra, Meghan R. 46, 236,
Nabhan, Hema 95
Nakamura, Ryan B. 95, 179
Nation, Traci J. 108
Naylor, Jason E. 95, 199
Near, Julie K. 81, 141
Nesbitt, Kristine 95
Nestor, James J. 46, 239
Neville, Todd G. 95, 213
Newcomb, Johnathan C. 95,
Newcomb, Michael W. 46,
Newcum, Kari A. 46, 70,
Newton, Jason T. 81
Nichols, Tami A. 95
Nickles, Jackie D. 46
Nicol, Glenn R. 46, 126,
175, 236, 239, 150, 159
Nicolai, Dina M. 46, 65,
147, 168, 190, 229, 231,
239, 240, 255
Nishiyama, Traci F. 95, 149,
Nitzberg, Rachel 47, 200,
Niu, Katherine 95, 241, 242,
Niven, Krista M. 23, 36, 47,
Noble, Christopher 47, 245
Noblett, Blaine A. 108
Norman, Daniel E. 108, 179
Norquist, Carrie A. 108, 168
Northcote, Kristin L. 10,
47, 127, 180
Norton, Lee E. 108
Norton, Nadra M. 47
Nosler, Cameron S.
Nozick, Valerie L. 47, 233,
238, 240, 254, 151
Oak, Steve 95
Oder, Stephanie K. 108
Ogg, Teresa L. 108
Ojanpera, Jane S. 47, 160,
Okamoto, Dina G. 47, 66,
228, 240, 248, 255
Okeefe, Erin I. 95
Oliveira, Alison L. 95, 238,
239, 241, 255
Olson, Christopher L. 22,
Olson, Kiersten M. 81
Olson, Sherri S. 95
Oneill, John C. 48, 239,
240, 243, 250
Opittek, Eugene W. 81
Ordway, Anne Mary 96, 185,
Ordway, Mary L. 108, 184,
Ortiz, Rebecca L. 81
Orton, Tracy L. 39, 48, 228,
Oshita, Damon T. 108, 182,
Osmond, Suzette M. 108
Otoole,Tracy P. 81, 239
Otoupalik, Bradley J. 96, 172,
Otto, Brian S. 108, 241
Otto, Jeffrey M. 81
Overn, Michelle A. 108, 218
Owen, Bobby S. 108
Owen, Samir H. 96
Padilla, Elisa M. 81, 83
Padilla, Francisco M. 96
Padilla, Lenny A. 108
Painter, Karin E. 108
Paisley, Suzanne N. 96, 241
Pak, Andy J. 48
Pak, Cecilia L. 96, 99, 239,
240, 256, 257
Palo, Woodrow W. 48, 239,
240, 256, 257
Palluck, Andrew J. 48, 170,
Palluck, Bryan C. 96, 179,
Palmer, Jennifer L. 48, 295
Palo, Daniel 82
Pan, Dina A. 72, 87, 231,
Panthaky, Shireen 82
Park, Anna E. 48, 226, 236,
Park, David C. 108, 179, 189,
Park, Dong I. 3, 48, 123,
232, 233, 239, 240, 250,
Park, Eleanor M. 108
Park, Lisa 21, 49
Park, Patricia Y. 108
Parker, Corey L. 73, 82, 203
Parker, Timothy J. 82
Parks, Blaine 82
Parks, Theodore B. 203
Parsa, Sherwin B. 82
Parsons, Vanessa A. 82
Pashley, Michael A. 96, 196,
Patton, Christopher G. 82,
Patton, Heidi K. 96
Paul, Bradford C. 30, 49
Paulitschek, Jennifer L. 108,
Paull, Jennifer J. 108
Peairs, David E.
Pearson, Chad 96, 179
Peckham, William V. 49,
Pedersen, Cinder L. 82,
Peltier, Dawn M. 49
Pentney, Lisa D. 82
Perera, Sanjeeva E. 96
Perrot, Jennifer D. 82
Persson, James K. 82, 245
Persson, Jody A. 108, 245
Peterman, Michelle J. 108,
Peterman, Stephen R. 82,
Peters, Elena D. 108
Petrillo, Heather S. 108
Pfortmiller, Lisa M. 96
Phillips, Joseph G. 49, 62,
Phillips, Matthew W. 49,
Phillips, Robert S. 49, 240,
Phillips, William M. 87, 96
Photoglou, Jay 49
Photoglou, Mark C. 96
Piazza, Sara M. 27, 49, 239,
Pieterse, Joy A. 96
Piltz, Paige 50
Pines, Stephanie I. 50
Pinkerman, Rick W. 96
Pirozzi, Anna M. 96
Pirozzi, Lisa J. 50
Pleso, Erik J. 82
Pluimer, Roman E. 82
Plumlee, Dale M. 96
Pohlman, Holly R. 50, 126
180, 295, 151
Pollak, Holly J. 82, 168, 201
240, 250, 251, 254
Pope, Joelle K. 50
Pope, Sheila M. 96, 218
Pospisil, Denise E. 96
Potts, John D. 82, 213
Poudevigne, Georgette Y.
50, 254, 155
Powell, Kimberly C. 9, 50,
Powell, Marcilyn S. 82, 83,
Power, Kellorn K. 109, 192
Power, Louann 82
Prais, Joey D. 109, 217
Prestinary, Patricia 82
Price, Jenifer L. 41, 50, 68,
129, 158, 159
Primrose, Jason P. 109
Pritchard, Christina 50, 52
Proctor, Kristina L. 51,
Prutsok, Paula J. 109
Quinn, Stephen H. 64, 73, 82,
Quirk, Maureen L. 82, 229
Quisling, Brian C. 109, 213
Rackliffe, Brandon W. 96, 194
Radford, Janese 51
Rainey, Donald J. 82, 236,
Rainey, Tamera L. 51
Rainford, Penny M. 51, 251
Ralston, Scott D. 82, 188
Ramer, Charles E. 96, 125,
Ramirez, Jessica 96
Ramming, Frank L. 238
Randall, Eric 96
Randall, Kristen D. 82
Randazzo, Kimberly E. 96
Randell, Devlin G. 82
Randell, Jason D. 109
Rapaich, Dawn M. 27, 51
Rasmussen, Sandi 96, 98, 126,
168, 169, 190, 230
Raulston, Deanne M. 51
Reafsnyder, Monica L. 109,
Reamer, Suzan 96
Reback, Daniel C. 96, 197,
Reber, Jeffrey S. 51, 240,
Reber, Marrietta R. 97, 241,
Redding, Jamie J. 51
Reddy, Kara-Alyn 82, 227,
Reed, Erin C. 109, 125, 225
Reed, Geoff D. 52, 239
Reed, Jeannette N. 82, 185,
Reed, John L. 22, 52, 175,
Reed, Melissa A. 152
Regan, Cynthia R. 82
Regan, David A. 82, 245
Regan, Linda A.
Reich, Lawrence 82
Reid, Courtney A. 109, 168,
Reid, Tracy E. 97, 168, 255
Ressler, Ashley R. 97, 98,
Ressler, John 82, 175, 214
Rette, Alicia J. 109
Revelle, Karen A. 82, 238
Reynolds, Catherine M. 97,
Reynolds, Robert P. 52,
171, 250, 220, 221
Reza, Crystal D. 97, 206
Rheinschild, Gary S.
Rhodes, Tracy L. 83
Rice, Brian W. 97, 199
Rice, Heidi K. 37, 52, 200,
201, 239, 240, 250. 251
Richard, Peter A. 52, 58,
Richardson, Cherie L. 83, 256
Richardson, Cynthia J. 83
Richardson, Mary M. 12,
Richardson, Tammy M. 89, 97
Rieber, Gregory 53, 186,
Rincon, Lisa M. 24, 53, 149
Rids, Maria A. 109
Ristig, Travis C, 105, 109,
Roberts, Kati L. 97
Robin, Susana V. 97
Robinson, Anthony 27, 35
Robinson, Julianne 83, 236,
Robinson, Ricky D. 14, 97,
Roby, Allison H. 97, 181,
242, 243, 245
Rocco, Jason D. 53
Rojas, Shonn M. 109
Romero, Daniel S. 109
Romero, Laura M.
Romero, Paul S. 97
Ronshausen, Laura B. 97, 181
Rosen, Rebekah R. 72, 80,
Rosenberger, Greg D. 53
Ross, Cynthia M. 53, 130,
228, 240, 257
Rowe, Barbara S. 97
Rowe, Brian G. 83
Rowe, Jennifer M. 97
Rowland, Tessa 83
Roy, Heather K. 83, 85, 207
Roy, Janette C. 53
Ruble, Karen 235
Rudie, Kevin A. 109
Russell, Michael R. 83, 175,
Russell, Nancy L. 97, 133,
192, 193, 239, 205
Russie, Douglas E.
Ryu, Monica J. 109, 238, 231,
254, 255, 218
Sachs, Linda M. 40, 53
Sadler, Tina S. 29, 49, 53,
168, 169, 251, 294
Saik, David E. 83
Salk, Steven G. 54, 240
Sakamoto, Scott I. 97, 179
Salata, Jason P. 97, 133, 86,
Sampica, David R. 83, 235,
Sample, Bryan 83, 216, 217
Sample, Laurie E. 109, 181,
Samuelson, Jennifer S. 83,
229, 240, 250, 254, 255
Sanders, Jeffrey S. 109, 179,
Sanfilippo, Nicholas G, 97,
Sangermano, Louis E. 83
Santo, Joseph A.
Sardo, Mike 149
Sarfati, Marcel-Jean 109
Sauls, Brian F. 97
Saunders, Marvous S. 109,
Sawyer, Kelly L. 54, 142,
Scardino, John A. 109, 179,
Schaefer, Bryan C.
Schaefer, Robert L. 54, 61,
Schafer, Amy M. 97, 239
Scherbarth, Andrew C. 109
Scherbarth, John A. 54,
Scherschel, Gretchen 47,
54, 190, 236, 295, 151
Schmidt, Donnia B. 109
Schneider, Danny S. 109, 179,
Schneider, Heather R. 109,
194, 241, 206
Schneider, Joel 83, 128, 240
Schneider, Traci A. 83, 229
Schroeck, Christi A. 54
Schuler, Peter J. 83, 124,
Schultz, Stephanie A. 9, 83,
245, 246, 247
Schutz, John C. 54
Schwab, Anne K. 54, 43,
Schwantes, Scott 83, 235
Schwartz, Stephanie 55,
147, 168, 200, 232, 239,
240, 250, 254, 255
Schwartz, Stephanie M. 68,
97, 180, 241, 250, 254,
Schwarz, David L. 83, 240,
250, 254, 213
Scott, Greg L. 83, 204, 205
Scott, Peter L. 55
Scott, Ron D. 6, 83, 171,
240, 254, 221
Scott, Tracy V. 55
Scott, Tyler N. 97
Scrivens, Beverly L. 109, 111,
Scrivens, Corey B. 55, 136,
175, 295, 165
Seaver, Scott J. 83, 175
Sedmak, Scott A. 22, 55
Seiler, William 55
Selby, Scott A. 109, 238, 241
Selman, Ashley M. 55, 67,
123, 124, 130, 184, 190,
240, 250, 218
Serrato, Alfred C. 97
Shahbazian, Roy A. 97, 241
Shanahan, John M. 97, 178,
179, 189, 159
Shapiro, Todd A. 97, 182,
Sharp, Theodore D. 83, 231,
Shaw, Sarah L. 83, 147
Shaw, Stephanie R. 21, 32,
Sheng, Susan T. 83, 240, 250,
Sheppard, Michael F. 55,
70, 136, 175, 240, 165
Sherman, Ryan C. 83
Shields, Traci L. 97, 159
Shipcott, Kurt R. 56, 231,
Shneider, Michael H. 56
Short, Stephanie L. 109, 180,
Shortall, Daniel R. 9, 56,
197, 233, 209
Shortall, Kathy D. 105, 110
168, 200, 158, 207
Shu, Cliff T. 110
Shu, Jeff T. 83
Shugarman, Lisa R. 98, 241,
Shum, Jean Y, 56
Shum, Remy 56
Si, Man-Lung 110, 243
Siebert, Keri C. 83
Silver, Douglas K. 83, 182,
Silver, Jeff 56, 61
Simmons, Robert E. 83
Simpson, Lee B. 83
Singer, Shannon R. 56, 143,
168, 240, 251, 218, 219
Siriani, Susan L. 110
Sirota, Naalla D. 98, 241,
Sisco, Tara M. 110
Skjerven, Jill L. 84
Skonezny, Paul H. 98, 189
Slazas, Amy L. 56
Slobodynskyj, Roman Y. 98,
Smarsty, Nichole R. 110, 206,
Smarsty, Tricia E. 84, 127,
Smidt, Craig A. 84
Smith, Bradley S. 84, 238,
Smith, Christen K. 98
Smith, Heidi L. 84, 201, 240,
250, 218, 219
Smith, Jason T. 12
Smith, Jennifer L. 57
Smith, Kurt A. 57, 163, 162
Smith, Stephanie M. 23, 57,
Smtih, Tracie D. 251
Smith, Tricia A. 84, 247, 251,
Snow, Wendy L. 84
Soderwall, Mark D. 14, 84
Sodini, Melanie B. 98
Solera, Gwendolyn J. 98,
Solis, Mary E. 98
Somerndike, Scott A. 84
Sommers, Jocelyn N. 84
Sousa, Shawn P. 98, 179
Souter, Stephen 57, 242
Spackman, Greg D. 110
Spears, Patrick S. 57
Spears, Randall S. 57, 43
Spencer, Sonia A. 98
Spencer, Veronica A. 57
Spivack, Beth M. 57
Spivack, David N. 110
Sprayberry, Dain M. 98, 179
Sprayberry, Darren J. 57,
Springett, Esther V. 58,
Springett, Frank B. 110, 182
Srinath, Arun 84, 214, 216
Srinath, Sheila 110, 181
Stafford, Felicity J. 84, 226,
Stanard, Kimberly J. 84
Stanfield, Tanya T. 84, 233,
Stanford, Wendy E. 110, 238,
Stankovits, Hannah M. 2, 110
Stankovits, Sid A. 84
Stanley, Alicia 84, 218
Stanley, Christy L. 98, 233,
Starnes, Peter A. 84, 197
Stauffer, Mark D. 84
Steaffens, Kimberly S. 58
Steele, Angela D. 84, 240,
Steiner, Bill E. 110
Steiner, Donald J. 58, 175
Steinfer, Earl L. 84
Steinle, Amy L. 98, 133, 168,
190, 191, 233, 239, 207
Stenmark, Michelle J. 58,
Stern, Brian A. 81, 240, 248,
Stern, Jason S. 110, 248, 213
Stern, Lana N. 84
Stern, Ronald 4, 38, 58,
Stevens, Tania 84, 185, 232, l
239, 254, 255, 225
Stewart, Kristen A. 110, 254
Stewart, Lisa D. 84
Stiverson, Russell D. 105, 110
Stiverson, Tracy A. 58, 233,
Stolte, Rick L.
Stomp, Richard R. 98, 230,
Stone, Jonathan H. 84, 239,
Stoops, Jennifer 84
Stoops, Lisa J. 110
Stoutenburg, Richard M. 73,
Stover, John L. 84
Strawn, Frank T.
Strutt, Jason 84
Stuart, Craig P. 84, 221
Stuart, Lauralie A. 50, 58,
Suan, Tara W. 98, 233, 241,
248, 254, 255, 218, 219
Sullivan, Jason C. 110, 111,
Sullivan, Sean P. 85
Sung, Un-Soo 23, 51, 58,
239, 240, 246, 247, 257
Surfas, Damon R. 110, 182,
Surfas, Jason M. 58, 194
Surfas, Michelle N. 110, 201,
Surowitz, Brian M.
Swanson, Kristin D. 10, 59,
236, 238, 239
Syrjanen, Heli M. 98, 190
Tabachnik, Eleanor R. 110,
Takabayashi, Robyn M. 109
110, 181, 200, 218
Takahashi, Mark M. 85
Takenaka, Yoko L. 85, 240,
250, 254, 255
Tanaka, Anne M. 59, 233
238, 239, 240, 250, 254
Tarr, Addison R. 98, 217
Tarshis, Kristi J. 98, 239, 241,
Taub, Aaron 110, 189, 214
Taylor, Clay 85, 243
Taylor, Darin 103, 110, 198,
Taylor, Stacy A. 110, 180
Teague, Ashley L. 59
Telson, Robert E. 59, 61,
Tepas, Christopher T. 28,
Tepas, Gregory L. 110, 189
Terranova, Michele L. 59,
Thomas, Jeffrey L. 85, 141
Thomas, Karissa J. 59
Thomas, Katherine M. 59
Thompson, Carrie L. 50,
Thompson, Jennifer M. 98
Thompson, Julianne J. 98,
233, 239, 255
Thompson, Melody A. 110
Thompson, Nicole J. 98
Thompson, Todd M.
Thon, Tracy L. 98, 238
Thorne, Jon S. 85, 211
Thornton, Creston W. 98,
179, 220, 221
Thornton, Paul C. 60, 67,
175, 197, 203
Threshie, David D. 85
Thron, Anna 110
Tibbles, Barbara M. 110, 241
Timassy, Mary F. 98, 185,
Ting, Isaac 85
Ting, Patricia S. 85, 180, 238,
240, 255, 256
Tiono, Faye 85
Todd, Charlton M. 85
Todd, Daniel B. 99, 175
Todd, Shannon L. 110
Tolsma, Steven D. 111, 205
Tomasick, Danielle 85, 200
Tovar, David L. 99
Tran, Kiet V. 85
Treiber, James A. 111, 182,
Treichler, Karen A. 85
Truban, Joyce I. 99, 149,
239, 245, 250
Tsai, Karen 99, 241, 245
Tsai, Warren H.
Tsui, Michelle W. 111, 241
Tundidor, Jose 85
Tundidor, Laura 60
Turk, Craig D. 74, 75, 85,
140, 231, 240, 257
Turney, Sara E. 99, 188, 233,
Tweedy, Ann E. 60, 251
Ubl, Terrence J. 85, 211
Underwood, Brenda S. 60,
Underwood, Carol A. 111,
Urbanski, Laurel A. 60
Uyesugi, Steven M. 111, 254
Valdez, Sara V. 60, 76, 233,
240, 254, 151, 155
Valenta, Robert F. 85, 191
Valle, Paula R. 60, 69, 146,
147, 231, 207
Valverde, Salina A, 111, 256
Vancleave, Michael 61,
187, 208, 209
Vandrey, Matthew D. 111,
Vanpelt, Ward G. 85, 175,
VAntuyle, Jennifer P. 99
Vanwinkle, Darlene 245
Vasquez, Jessica J. 40, 224,
Vasquez, Monica 99
Vasquez, Veronica L. 61
Veiga, Melissa J. 85, 180
Veje, Christian T. 61, 175,
Veje, Mike 82, 85, 175
Verburg, Michael L.
Vigano, Jon C. 85, 90, 246,
Vigna, Carey C. 99
Villarreal, Nancy 61, 242,
Vreeland, Jens 179
Wagner, Cindy 149
Walker, Darin K. 111, 182,
Walker, Kristen 83, 168, 190,
191, 240, 251
Wallace, Brian W. 111
Wallace, Michael O. 85
Wallach, Barrie 85
Wallin, Matthew R. 61
Wareham, James M. 61
Warner, Ben H. 85
Warrick, Mark 99
Warstler, Dana C. 111
Warstler, John S.
Waterman, Monica R. 111
Waterman, Tony H. 85, 213
Watson, Christian M. 111
Watson, Eric B. 85
Watson, Rebecca 61, 184,
185, 240, 218
Watt, Alex 61
Watts, Carolyn A. 85, 223
Watts, Katherine J.
Weatherman, Kendall B.
61, 228, 240
Weaver, Matthew M. 225
Webb, Chris D. 85, 232, 233,
Webb, Jason B. 111
Webb, Michelle M. 111, 168,
232, 240, 254
Wedemeyer, Daniel 62, 68,
232, 240, 254
Weir, Richard W. 99, 199,
Weir, Thomas J. 85, 240
Weissberg, Jason A. 62,
240, 245, 257
Weissman, Adam 45, 62,
232, 240, 254
Welch, Greg S. 22, 62, 171,
Werasophon, Sandy T. 85
Werth, Justin 99, 199
Wescombe, Natalie E. 111
Weston, Erica A.
Westre, Alex 85
Whipple, Virginia A. 99, 149,
239, 245, 239, 214
Whitaker, Chris 62, 79,
White, Greg R. 40, 62, 149,
Whiteley, Sean P. 62
Wilcox, Tracy M. 85
Wiley, Lauri 85
Wiley, Lisa L. 111
Wilhelm Katrina A. 85, 238
Wilhelm, Victoria A. 98, 99
185, 201, 254, 218
Wilkinson, Jennifer N. 111
Wilkinson, Mark D. 99, 179
Will, Daniel 99
Williams, Charlee 111, 254
Williams, Chris 111, 233'
Williams, Curtis M. 62
Williams, Jon B. 85, 245
Williams, Marianne L. 39,
62, 149, 235, 238
Williams, Richard C. 99
Williams, Robert S. 99, 244,
Williams, Scott D. 99, 233
Williamson, Ned R. 8, 44,
63, 186, 187, 238, 239,
Willsie, John C. 63, 187,
247, 208, 209
Wilson, Daniel C. 85, 233,
240, 255, 217
Wilson, Leah C. 111, 185,
Wimbush, Amy 63
Wimbush, Scott N. 99, 238
Wingo, Derik D. 99, 182
Witmor, Sean T. 85
Wokurka, Jeffrey 4, 63,
Wokurka, Patrick W. 110,
Wolfe, Steven E. 44, 63,
Wolfe, Shawna M. 99
Womack, Jason 85, 175
Wong, Kevin H. 85, 233, 240,
Wong, Susan S. 111, 181, 241
Wood, Jason 99
Worsham, Stacy J.
Wortham, Ryan 111
Wosinski, Bradley S. 63,
Wosinski, Jacob J, 85
Wright, Brian E. 63, 147
Wright, Gerald V. 64
Wright, Robert W. 99, 245
Wu, Bernice L. 99, 161, 239,
250, 254, 255
Wu, Gloria P. 85, 240, 242
Wu, Shirley 3, 25, 64, 65,
147, 231, 236, 239, 250,
254, 255, 257
Yakatan, Seth 64, 69, 136,
142, 175, 238, 239
Yamashiro, Elliot M. 99, 182,
Yamashiro, Reid 64, 240,
Yarberry, Alison N. 85, 147
Yates, Matthew P. 64, 136,
Yoder, Laura L. 85, 229, 250
Young, Philip A. 64
Yue, Raymond W. 45, 64,
232, 233, 239, 240, 250,
254, 255, 256, 257
Zachary, Justin P. 99, 179
Zaiss, William G. 111
Zavala, Dana R. 111, 254
Zaydel, Hayley A. 64, 250,
Zellner, Bryan E. 111
Zindars, Danna L. 85
Zupka, Adam D, 99, 179
Zweigle, Jason P. 64, 136
Tradition plays a vital role in the news
scene. Unfortunately, 1987-1988 was a
period of breaking traditional ethics, val-
ues, and laws of public conduct. Honesty
seemed almost a foreign word. This year
will definitely be remembered as a year of
disillusionment and distrust, as well as a
year of new visions.
Government officials played a danger-
ous game of power, lies, and corruption.
Under-the-table deals eventually found
their way to Congressional investigative
desks. The Iran-Contra Scandal was a
T.V. evangelists received the kind of
media coverage they never wanted. The
PTI.. was left in shambles due to Jim and
Tammy Bakker's evasive use of church
funds and Jim Bakker's affair with his sec-
retary, Jessica Hahn. Jimmy Swaggart
further tainted the T.V. ministry when he
confessed to his sinful meetings with pros-
Fear has definitely thrust fear into the
hearts of millions of American, as AIDS
became an epidemic killing disease. Con-
troversy and panic disrupted peace in
small towns and public schools. The dis-
ease attacked homosexuals, drug users,
and recipients of blood transfusions, who
were forced to face the grim reality of
AIDS. Education was the only cure the
Surgeon General could offer.
Closer to home, California became the
Land of Shake and Bake. California was
literally rocked in October when a 6.1
earthquake shook the entire state. Resi-
dents were quickly reminded of the immi-
nence of the Big One.
Through such a diversity of events, we
must realize that anything is possible. Now
that we have discovered the level of hu-
man error, it becomes the responsibility of
the future generation to forsee problems
before they occur and to regain the sense
of human trust so necessary to a progres-
Top right: The two superpower leaders, Mikhail
Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan, met in December
of 1987 for a three-day summit meeting and
signed a nuclear arms control agreement.
Middle right: The U.S. made efforts to protect
shipping vessels in the Persian Gulf from Iranian
Below right: T.V. evangelists Jim and Tammy
Faye Bakker fell out of the grace of their followers
when Jim confessed to an illicit affair with Jessica
I-Iahn and Tammy admitted to her drug depen-
4 sg -.
alll Navy H
5 Chili? Vial
Above: Marine Lt. Col. Oliver L. North became some-
thing of a celebrity when he was discovered as a key
official in the plan to finance anti-government rebels in
Nicaragua with money from arms sales to Iran.
Top left: A 6.1 earthquake rocked California in Octo-
ber of 1987, causing extensive damage, especially in
Middle left: ln the six years since Americans first heard
of AIDS, nearly 25,000 Americans have been killed by
the disease. Pres. Reagan has proclaimed the plague
"Public Enemy No. lf,
Below left: The Dow Jones industrial stock average
dropped 508 points, the largest in history, on Monday,
October 19. On 'lBlack Mondayu S500 billion was
stripped from the market value of U.S. securities.
CURRENT SCENE 1
The cool summer breeze whispers through the final
pages of weary textbooks. The sunlight pierces the hol-
low interiors of the faded blue lockers for a final moment.
The snow white walls of the confined classrooms will
soon be deaf to the excited sounds of gossip-filled con-
versation and heated intellectual discussions. College has
lured most of the seniors on to their campuses, into a
new realm of academic and social progress. Summer has
made its' call to all of its' ardent admirers. Foothill must
now let go of its' students and wait patiently for the
Physically, we may have departed from those hal-
lowed halls of education. But we actually carry so much
with us, in our memories and in our hearts, for the rest of
our lives. Those four impressionable years of growth,
experience, and human interaction are virtually irrepla-
ceable. There are those who will never forget the ner-
Above: Tina Araujo, Tina Sadler, and Diane Merker show off their
dazzling senior portraits.
Right: Nasreen Hussain has mastered the skill of reading with her
vous hands of their escorts carefully sliding their first
corsage on to their wrists. There will be the first date that
no one ever forgets. There is the excitement of receiving
one's driver's license and running free with that new
freedom behind the wheel of a car. Unfortunately, there
are also memories of that first speeding ticket and the
eternal hours of traffic school. All the novels you thought
you read for nothing, now seem to make so much more
sense as you enter the real world those authors kept
writing about. You will come back years later to visit that
one teacher who took the time to care and offer you
words of advice to offer him or her your words of thanks.
High school was one of the greatest scenes ever
played in your scenerio of life. You may be thrilled to
leave it now, but when someone asks you what were the
best years of your life, "High school." will probably roll
tongue before you even realize it.
Left: Holly Pohlman, Jenny
Palmer, Gretchen Scherschel,
Dave Gesler, Corey Scrivens,
and Karen Evans display their
Below right: John Collins has
decided to face the future.
Bottom left: The school bus
heads off into the sunset, not to
be seen until next fall.
Below left: Eddie Jiminez longs
for fine white sand and crystal
1988 Shield Staff
Editor-in-Chief Un-Soo Sung
Academics Editor Sara Piazza
Activities Editor Krista Niven
Sports Editor Eric Dapkevvicz
Assistant Sports Editor John Willsie
Clubs Editor Eric Dapkevvicz
Photo Coordinator Kirsten Lodgard
Business Managers Tina Araujo
Chanaka Desilva Birte Madsen Stephanie Schultz
Joe Erickson Tosha McClintock Anne Schwab
Margo Gillman Wendy McDermid Tricia Smith
Cathie Hupe Diane Merker Jon Vigano
Alex Luckinger Kara Reddy Raymond Yue
Advisor: Published by Josten's Photographers:
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Representative: Steve Kacev KHQWIQS
Wagner Paige Piltz
Special thanks to Greg Difronzo for his original cover design.
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