Golden West High School - Sunset Yearbook (Visalia, CA)

 - Class of 1987

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English classes in the auto shop, math classes in the cafeteria, and portable buildings became a thing of the past. Completion of the campus, 8 years old this year, was finally accomplished. A , "The rooms are sure nicer than the portables we had," said Carol Garcia, junior. "It's made it more fun to come to class," reported . another junior, Dan Maughan. Richard Nunez, junior, said the new buildings have "given me breathing room because there is not so I many kids in class." John Dow, senior, says the new buildings us, with the addition of three new build: l ' 'takes the pressure off the teachers and makes them happier in class: " f But sophomore Kirk Norris said the new buildings have caused him i problems. "I'm tardy because the buildings are in my way," he said. l T ABOVE: English f teachers Sandy Warren l and Tim McGlasson, along with the other , English teachers, wore pink T-shirts on the , first day of school. 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More Nearly 1,450 students were enrolled in Golden West High School this year, cracking the 1,400 mark for the first time. ln fact, the enrollment approached the 1,500 mark early in the year, but then fluctuated in the low 1400's for the remain- der of the year. New apartment complexes and housing in the Golden West High School area accounted for the enrollment increase. The freshmen class was the larg- est with more than 400 students. The senior class was also larger than those of previous years. Just 213 seniors, for example, were pictured in last year's yearbook. There are 287 pictured this year. RlGll'l': Seniors crowd into the senior section of the gym during the ycar's first pep assembly. BELOW: Student body president Frank Nctto talks Lo the sludcnls crowded into the gym during a pep assembly. :1 fw- . ' 4 , mi N ti , I x V i. ' -f C' t il? iz.. 4 if 'J , . ,- 0 A 4 W ww ' - 4 . , . s 1 K, , , W 'IV I , Wi 1 ' X, A . SI 1' .' ,.:.,...' Z' Q1 . 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"Everyone wants to be more original than everyone else and the outcomes are really strange sometimes," she said. April Pryor, sopho- more, said, "I like people wearing what they feel like wearing. I do. The hair styles are weird sometimes, but rad! " Some hairstyles took on a big change this year when several boys returned to school with mohawks. Others cut off long hair and replaced it with Hat tops. Although one person said Golden West is still behind LA in fashion, there was a definite change seen on campus in 1987. RIGHT: Cassandra Queen sports the comfortable look. TOP RIGHT: Wendy Ulam models for photographer Tod Terry. MIDDLE RIGHT: Jimmy Morales rolls up his cuffs for the modem look in jeans. Wm .0 0'5- eifff ' ABOVE: Missy I-Iowerton and Brian McAlister wear the casual clothes of today's teenagers. I RIGHT: Sunglasses are in style with many students including Tim Taylor and Brandon Victory. , ., ! 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On the Hippie Day, students returned to the 60's and some classes even reported sit- in demonstrations. Students carried peace signs, gave the peace symbol with two raised fingers and urged that love be replaced by war. Prizes were given each day for the best dressed. Bryan Shirk won the award for M"'A"'Si':H Day. Frank Netto, with his face smeared with cream, won the award for Pajama Day and D.J. Ellis took top honors for Color Day, an event held on Friday which urged each class to dress in a different color. ' RIGHT: From left to , P 5 right, Shannon Sparks i 1 on Gangster Day, D.J. ' N gt ' ' Ellis on Pajama Day, Q ' J' I 1 Frank Casner on - Q Pajama Day, and Paul . 5 Shirk, getting the Fl' admiration of onlook- ,X I ers on Pajama Day. X, xl X. Y , ! ,J Trl aa. f Jil ii iP :'j,?A?j.,.,.Ak,.1L-ti ' hgjy-YT, r-- 54? gif.-2fs41f'i" it 'A . ,:- 1' ., U .i.... 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The new classrooms reduced cramped conditions in a vareity of departments, allowing teachers to provide a variety of different classroom activities. Despite the impact of the new buildings on the classes, many students said it is still the teacher who provides the most impact. Greg Merritt, senior, says "the teachers here are the best and are really caring," providing his reason for calling Golden West the best school around. TOP RIGHT: Diana Cisneros works with one of the new com- puters. U V . MIDDLE RIGHT: Brandi McGovran completes an art project. BOTTOM RIGHT: Alvin Odle and John Cunningham work in the auto shop. iq. W f ' -Il iq ,gf 7 , ' ABOVE: Brandon Bennett completes a drawing in his Mechanical . Drawing'-class. ,V 'u 1' .' .-' r v I.:-. ..... '. I..,.,:,,., I F. .Q .I . ...........,.,.l...,:.:,:,::::-:.:::..::.:..,:..,.,..:,::.:,: :Z .........,.,:.:, . .. .,. I. J, 4- I I-. I -'-T TOP LEFT: Michele Taylor appears eager to answer the ques- tion in her class. W A '- TOP RIGHT: Jimmy Riley works in the auto shop. LEFT: Paul Shouse makes an engine adjustment in shop class. BOTTOM RIGHT: Saul Rodriguez makes an arrangement in his nursery -class. ..-fzfi, 1:25:1:1:2:2:1:!:1:f:2:2:2:I:2:5:2:5:2:5:5:2:2:Q:2:5:2151:-:::::g:::5::gg5123251311221-:Z-I:I-'-I-1:2-2:2'2-I44:2:2:2.2:2'i:j:2'2'1:i'2'2'1:5:2:!.2 1' :::::::.g:1.:::.g.::.. ..:,. A : : : :.. .......l.....,:,.,.,:,-,-.-.-.:::.:::.:.g.:.'.:. : :...,.' :.:.'.'.'.'.:.:.:: I . l . . : . . . ... fu... :, - I Q99 X chan One of the most significant changes students said they saw this year was the increase in Trailblazer spirit, - according to a yearbook survey. The re- sons for the change are varied, but one of the major changes, students say, is a winning attitude. There was no better example of that than the Trailblazer waterpolo season. Lucky to win any games in previous years, the Trailblazers stunned the opposition and fag alike by contesting for the West Yosemite League title and defeating Redwood High School for the first time in the school's history. The varsity football team defeated Monache High School for a homecoming win for the first time in three years and the cross country team defeated rivals Mt. Whitney and Redwood High Schools in the city meet for the first time in Trailblazer history. TOP RIGHT: Richard Kennedy, John Reynolds, and Mike Fcil cel- ebrate the waterpolo's team Hrst-ever victory over Redwood High School. - RIGHT: Vicky Weimer leads the yells at the waterpolo game against Redwood. ABOVIif?WIeIynda Thurman and Melissa Edginton paint rally signs for a football game. MIDDLE RIGHT: Jeff Rachal races in the Golden West Invitational Cutler Park. 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With the completed campus, a new attitude seems to prevail over campus by many students, according to a yearbook survey. That attitude is one of pride in being a Golden West High School Trailblazer.The atti- tude that Golden West is the new, small school in Visalia has worn off and has been replaced by attidutes such as that of Joe Swope who said "I think this school is great. It's the best school around. People are begin- ning to realize that we're not always the underdog." Bernadette Luna echoed those feelings when she said, "I love Golden West. It think it's the best school around. I wouldn't trade schools for anything." Fresh- man Dorene Contreras said, "I think Golden West is great because it's the best and you get the feeling that the people in the school careg so I would stand by it 100 percent. 'jul' 'fidiifli Q BA Y ' Weave. ' I.. ABOVE: Jesse Cox escorts Sondra Gooding during the mock wedding held in Senior Court Oct. 23. The event was part of the Marriage and Human Relations class. . RIGHT: Nicole McGivem, John Bratsch, and Lorianne Marconi relax in Senior Court. o MIDDLE LEFT: Kelley Brown, dressed in skin diving gear to rellcct the acquatics theme of the homecoming assembly, prepares to hand flowers to football players during the assembly. MIDDLE RIGHT: Edwin Booth works in the Career Center. BELOW: The sun rises over Golden West as students make their way to pre- first classes. f g ' . T 2 . ' ' X 1 1 , J' 1' 7' ' x QL: f ' , H , if ,et f Wlw. i w . ' f - f r I an . . It . , i, It Q '- it itlggt. I ' ff, t ' It . A Q, 1 if itil., 1 A 1 R if iii if Z i ' 'AUQW A ' vi -,...1.-. if ' --' I, .' .. ....----.. .- .-'.--....-.-.-.-....----.... -. --I-I-.-IPZ-I-Z-I1.123233,!,3:5I"25'-I'-I-.-.-Z'I'Z'.:"'II2-.-1-I-'I-Il-'I "I i-'I"i-'l'I'f'l'::'AI -I' "' "' ' . ' " 'I .-.-.-I-Z'.-I'Z-I'I'5'I'5'515:-1-2-2-2-231 2:Z7I5Z-Z-2-Z-2-.-.-I-I-.-.-.-.C-Z-.-ig :I - " ' - '-"-'-"-"' "' '-'-'-" "-" . 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BOTTOM LEFT: Yell leaders joins hands and legs to form a human pyramid after leading a yell. BOTTOM RIGHT: Frank Netto interview Roland Wood in a pep assembly skit. l eta., i LEFT: Juniors Beth Christenson and Teresa Lee complete against sophomores D. J. Ellis and Missy Marconi in the toilet paper wrapping contest during a pep assembly. BELOW: Sundi Nunez, Jamie Todd, Tracy Adams, and Amy Avila get into the spirit at a football pep assembly. BOTTOM: Seniors cheer their class to victory in a yelling competition between the classes. Sammy Morales, David Castro Jesse Cox, Damon Rolfo, and Harvey Ramirez peer down the aisle anticipating the arrival of the bride. W' J,,.aMV RIGHT: Josh Vandaele Three couples exchange vows Three couples exchanged wedding vows at Golden West High School Oct. 23 in ceremo- nies that appeared much like the real thing. They weren't real, of course, but the partici- pants agreed the mock weddings taught them a lot about planning for the real one. The cake, wedding gowns, tuxedos, and invita- tions were real in the Marriage and Child Development class activities. Couples married were Carol Garcia and Sam Niebank, Sammy Morales and Eve Martinez, Shannon Sorrels and Josh Vandaele. "It was a good experience because when I do get married, I'll know how to prepare for it," said Sammy, summing up what other participants said as well. f, ,,,, , LN rf , .7712 waffle-- g,!!swwa.'m?" 'if' ty I . A .N iii 7 ABOVE: Maid of Honor Michelle Dirker relaxes before the ceremony. RIGHT: John Vandaele and Shannon Sorrels exchange wedding rings. 20 -WWW, MW L LEFT: Candlelighters Christine Dias and Diana Dickens watch the flame to insure it doesn't blow out before the candles are lit. BELOW: Sam Niebank and Carol Garcia listen to the preacher before exchang- ing vows. Ridenour -5 CD Brian Ridenour LEFT: Groomsmen David Lambert, Mike Butler, and Pat Quinn relax after the cermony. ABOVE: Carrie Wyse carefully lights the can- dles in the outdoor Senior Court ceremony. Brian Ridenour l 5 I' 'x f ,M Q 5 Q , 1 Rx 2 V R , Y, e .4 W 1- , , ,W Q 4 ,ff ,nf , A f . 4 vw x W NZ" U I 'fff Jw ff 11194 ' . r Z , Wg, A 1, M , 41 n uf, ., V1"'4 ' gm G L Aiwa , .FV Q YJQAZ 1 ,A 'H Qwiffyf A 5' ' vm M, Q' uf ' ' X . , . W iw NV ,,,,K'H W , V , , A I k 5 - If 4-1 f 'HW hi QQ! 5 1 my I yn Va , fm .1 Zi .3 " ' 'T m L, , A if IE QQNQ ' W ,M if f . -' 'E , x IJ .4 G ' G V, 4' J M A 4 44':- m, A 5 'ffl' , .,i,W J . ff! ii, 53. -. , ' . - N ' 14 " QM- I '40 of A g ,,f ,Q , 4 0 " "'?' 'V 'J ,,. ' 2 ' A my ff W ' , , 1 .1 Y 1.7 fn-. Strange creatures appear on campus From ghosties and ghoulies to long-legged beasties and things that go bump in the night, Golden West was the scene of many strange transformations on Hal- loween. Marlas Mandolph, dressed as a sack lunch, won the best costume contest and received her choice of a candy bar as her prize. Honorable mention went to Steven Shuler for his teen wolf costume. Student government sponsored the competition. qi' l l9 WW TOP LEFT: Holly Brown, Devon Singh and company swim, er, walk through campus on Halloween. BOTTOM LEFT: Marlas Mandolph as sack lunch won the best costume contest for the second year in a row. TOP RIGHT: Arab Michael Jordan came to the states to find a pretty American girl, Melissa Busby. MIDDLE RIGHT: Dorothy Walker as the cowerdly lion. RIGHT: Sandra Guerrerog Christina Moreles and Maria Reyes as Disney characters walk through campus. 24 M -MM , 2 m, f :QW ,Q i ,gf Q VN, iflllli 1 ,M v ,xg Q 1 fu 1 Wig, rx five QV 1 9' 'W ,nf 'af M , g 5 ,, Q :Ui , Wizfwgbfwgrg , 4 Wim, ,Aa w?Af.1,g',, 3 . gf f W N45 .W 4 ,,,, ,. ,Vf5jf1kzw,3' Q I qv JMN 9,1 I ' 5 . 'JJ , MYMZQQ4 mf sf 1 My f' Trailblazers catch election fever Candidates for student government offices used a variety of techniques in the campaign assembly Jan. 6 to lure the student vote. Jodie Hale, for example, rode his bicyle around the gym to introduce his speech for publicity commissioner while Jennifer Lewin, candi- date for the same office, uses body guards to protect her from assassins. The Three Amigos CGreg Borrud, Rich- ard Kennedy, and Mike Feilj made an appearance for Richard's presidential campaign, as did Run D.M.C Uohn Bratsch, Jeff Lawrence, Jason Thornburgj for John, vice presidential candidate. Beth Christenson jogged while proclaiming that she was the best candi- date "running" for secretary and Stephanie Truiillo, vice presidential candidate, told her "brothers and sis- ters" that they should vote for her. Marlas Mandolph, candidate for secreatary, used Buckwheat Ueff Rachalj to represent her. FAR RIGHT: Vice presidential candidate Stephanie Trujillo urges her "brothers and sisters" to vote for her. RIGHT: Gannon Boyd attempts to get the vice presidential vote. FAR RIGHT' Gre Borrud stom s his feet in leadin a - S P S cheer for rally commissioner. MIDDLE: Beth Christensen "runs" for secretary. ABOVE: Cathy Brookhouser uses a globe to lure the vote 26 for rally commissioner. 1 be , f, ,. ' 4 ,HI E Q5 Sv NW if W gf- f X Mi: 1 gf X ew 'KAW f ,ff s. X -fx. 1- X E iw x K X fa' Wi - W If 2 if 1 WH an V z T Blazers relive other times Students showed peace symbols, painted faces and held a sit-in on Mark Moore Look Alike QHippieJ Day in October. It was just one in a series of dress-up days sponsored by student government held early in the year. In addition to the Hippie Day, there was also a Mi'fA"'SfH Day, followed by a Gangster Day, Pajama Day, Color Day, and 50's Day. During all of the days, students could relive other times by dress- ing like people dressed in those times. RIGHT: Marjorie Franklin paints flowers on the face of Lisa Lopez during the Mark Moore Look Alike Day. , , ,. -s if .. 3 :4f"?, .qs ww-sq 'wh ,. Sf, r'if,3',,"1Q::a4:g .fx f NW" ff. ' it M' R?'Qj?Q.s'Q.f' ,1 -.,:v,'f',,-ff"-5 Nw I, 'fara- aff?- H: ...J .m'!""'f Sal ,f,l' M5 aww ABOVE: July Wallace, Michelle King, and Cindy Daily flash the s mbol on the Mark Moore Look Alike Da to relive the 60's 'Wi V ve, peace Y y . RIGHT: Bryan Shirk won the best costume award for M'kA"'S"H Day. Rick Findlay LEFT: Lorianne Marconi and Marsha Cortes on M"'A'kS'H Day. MIDDLE: Jason Kimbley dressed for 50's Day. BELOW: Adam Davis shows his hearts on Pajama Day. ,2.i mf? Randy Leve nsaler F' H '71 Pi l" 5 nw Z 0 53 O P-1 ru ..- rn X 0 V1 E :P 13" 5' Q "1 Q ..- rn 3 Q- 9. .., 'U 2. as 5 A: U sa: DF V., ,. 31 Wendy reigns over Wendy Simpson was crowned queen of J T ,,. the 1986 homecoming festivities Oct. 10. Clubs and organizations nominated candi- class selected 10 semi-finalists. A group rep- resenting various businesses and organiza- tions in the community interviewed the 10 . . i ' fl- . I ,B Q dates for the crown, after which the semor . if fr K Z, Q Q, M 1 -ed? girls and selected five finalists. Those five then appeared on the ballot in an election open r ff f , ,fm homecoming f., WN ,fy 3 jj ' m e fig. ,t .jf Hag to the student body. In addition to Wendy, me 5 five finalists were Kara Trapp, Claudia , Clevenger, Jennifer Pratt and Lorianne Mar- 1 ' A com. . W During homecoming week, the girls were introduced to the student body by their par- jello eating contest and a "Pop My. Balloon competition. f ticipation in a variety of events including a ,, K , I .xc E ED E , 2 f Q .4 ---- : :.w...f+ - - -' , ,if wfnf If 1 is I Q 2 . ,K I eil K fwwmw T S ff' , iw . ,, TOP RIGHT: Kara Trapp and Jennifer Pratt react after the jello eating contest. TOP LEFT: Lorianne Marconi finishes the jello eating contest with a face full of cream. MIDDLE LEFT: Claudia Clevenger and Jennifer Pratt dig' in for the jello eating contest. MIDDLE RIGHT: Jeff Lawrence, senior class president, declares the winner. RIGHT: The homecoming queen candidates are, from left to right, Claudia Clevenger, Jennifer Pratt, Wendy Simpson, Lorianne Marconi, and Kara Trapp. 32 moi-4 1 7-Hai? .59 - 1 ' fb, V9 ' 'fu ag. . Q. ,.: NCS, 'gf-:,.':. - A f'-' 5 'A ,Vx - ,rg-. -1 5 7' ." A d, w-ummm, ' NI ,J 4 4 "fm a ,-in 52.21-N . , -' f f" I f N f I ' 6. . R fx W' fx fi H 4 'Fu ,ww . V -JQ 7gQT347'5- .g,,,f:?2?-,fyfgsvtxa - , Q g1j.Qp.f'?G' . .,,j'Q," f Q .A if , ' Y WI' , J .u is 5 , I ' rs nw, , Vue , ' I 'ii' Se' 43 W wwf'-1 Q Lf x .R .W . X., J ., 3 , M yr' R c Frank Netto and - 4. fm fe! as .4 -1' ' Q22 X " Mr, ,- 4 i W 4, rg .Q nw T I f Contests highlight homecoming week Lunch time activites during homecoming week Oct. 6-10 pitted class against class and queen candidate against queen candidate. The events started on Monday with a jello eating contest between the queen candidates followed on Tuesday with the Mating Game. During that game, one female member and one male member of each class were blindfolded, separated in a large area and then attempted to be the first to find their partner. The Mystery Bag contest followed on Wednesday when class contestants crawled to a grocery bag and attempted to be the first to eat its contents. On Thursday, the queen candidates and their escorts attempted to pop balloons in the "Pop My Balloon' contest. RIGHT: Roland Wood eats a sandwich in the Mystery Bag contest even though he appears uncertain what he is eating. BELOW LEFT: Brad Renzelman heads for the bag in the Mystery Bag COIIICSL BELOW RIGHT: Holly Brown, assisted by Mike Bockman, looks for hcr mate in the Mating Game. Y , f Y X. ff? Q , fr 3 1 FFA sweeps fI03t contest Future Farmers of America won the sweepstakes award during the annual home- coming float building contest. In the club division, Future Homemakers of America won first place, followed by the French Club in second, and the Spanish Club in third. Seniors took top honors in the class com- petition followed by the juniors in second and the freshmen in third. TOP RIGHT: Spanish Club members ride their float. MIDDLE LEFT: Drama Club float. MIDDLE RIGHT: French Club float. BOTTOM LEFT: Amanda Perreira practices the hula atop the Freshmen class float. BOTTOM RIGHT: Junior class float. YQ 'ijjiw .mt '- rw ,i SL , ,,,, 21-I !,'l f . I' , , 1 x .F '. 'I 'www-Jfrtxl , 4 . G ,wg-w s p y - :K ,v . -gy-4. ' - fu-i o' oid- 411- Ri' o- A Tu-H 05 ozef fri- ra?- 'illrl-i o' ozd-1 - ow -,I-i l. 0:07-Il 0' - Yl'iO. o'd- I ' I I . . 0 l I-i o. nd- fl or rl-i o. 0:c-7' 1- 0' 'YI' o 0: -Jin' .e n g GQ f'P-Q.. ui : .dlrl 'A Q 05 AA -toll I :iii-WVAA 'H E Tre n :ggi 'fl 'Q TVA 5 05071 VA 0 Hag ' X m u: 1 " 0 -N - 1 5, bk, lg:..-"gm 0- ,, no 'I-.aa lluaviw 'S on BUG if ,-. 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Drum major Crecia Reynolds called the halftime performance "the best show Golden West has ever put on." The band also placed first in halftime show and third in the parade at the Selma Band Review Oct. 25. Crecia took third place in the drum major competition. RIGHT: Drum Major Crecia Reynolds leads the band in the Tulare Fair Parade. BELOW: Karl Weckwerth in the Tulare Fair Parade. Manuel Nino and Ray Huff march and play in the Tulare Fair Parade. 40 Assistant Drum 1. ' ti. ,f MM rian Ridenour is 9 . . K E .... i I 1 I ri' TRAILBLAZER MARCHING BAND - FIRST ROW: Melissa Rios, Lisa Netto, Kim Winchell, Tammy Winchell, Sharon Siegnthaler, Debbie Story, Therese Jim Powell, Colleen Eidem, Sunny Ruiz, Donavan McKay, Amanda Ferguson, Charles Middleton, Kevin Arellano, Reggie Hemandez, Crecia Reyr Waymire, Lisa Lopez, Sherri Miller, Lori Richards, Olivia Barrios, Michelle H Maxwell, Christina Barr, Nora Romero, Lisa Burnett, Janell Aguinaga, Angela Ca Dirker, Gilbert Hemandez, Lori Hayward. FOURTH ROW: Mattie Lopes, Steve S Nash, Yanira Pena, Paula Tumer, Candace Gordon, Michelle Hemandez, Devon Sii 1 Viscarra, Melissa Busby. FIFTH ROW: Joey Sanders, Jonathan Weckwerth, Nick i ' s . A 1 N. 3 4 ,I VnHffiq.wQfit . I 3 i x ' 1 ' 5 i In v x-Qs 5, .-, al L A K 3' j" 1 Fw . X rf W' 'x hit' -1, 'H , L. ,' 5, ' ' -w. .- ,A ' 'A' 5' ' A 'L x ' v ' ' Y 1 ' ' . ., - , - :f-A . . - ' ' - . - ' 4 fi df- ' " nm' 1 "1 ' V! I' M A' 'J-:M ' . ' ,N I- me -H4 . Q ' 'ff' Q , ,ish , . 5' if 1' ,A ,levy .- .A JL - ,fx x gf ,tw 4 B S ,dnl 5 , -,,. --11 J K rv . A .4 , ' 1 ' -x 1 f 'S 'f, - 'Tx .2 3 Y ' 'I f X ! , , , X l Q 1 I 6 - , Xxx A , X ,. - N 1 J 71 , , '3wm K T M- W . V mx I gf! I Jin M92 nxl. A XR Q rv V H u -4. V 'L . M, ' -'H H. -- if -ff-W , gl I fix WM? 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HUSIC 8 Intermediate Band FIRST ROW: Roseanna Fierro, Rachal Charboneau, Melissa Thomas, Director James Powell, Lisa Ferris. SECOND ROW: Kika Grajeda, Melinda Rodrigues, Sabrina Cantu, Jennifer Luna, Mattie Lopez, Chad Long, Soline Ruiz. THIRD ROW: Renee Holly, Erik Fishel, Steve Martin, Shawn Gomia. ima : .., Orchestra FIRST ROW: Lauren Vartgess, Debbie Story, Seth Teter, Amanda Mirise, Ernie Niblack, Shelly Hemphill, April Pryor, Mildred Boyer. SECOND ROW: Cathy Lobato, Gwyn Yates, Joann Ramos, J eaneane Shaw, Nathan Robinson, Conda Chester, Adriana Mota, Jason Gregston, Kevin Wood, Paula Chester, Jonathan Weckwerth. THIRD ROW: John Stoddard, Karl Weckwerth, Steve Walston, Joey Oates, Jason Mirise, Deena Maxwell, Paula Tumer, Director James Powell, Melanie Crouse, Lara McCaffery, Stefani Floyd, Hiedi Barney, Stephanie Oliveira, Melanie Reed, David Boyer. Jazz Band FIRST ROW: Kevin Reed, Derek Singh, Erik Ferguson, Karen Tootle, Staci Richmond. SECOND ROW: Jason Mirise, Joey Oates, Mike Dirker, Steve Walston, Tim Van Woerkom, Joel Ivey. THIRD ROW: Direc- tor James Powell, Ray Huff, Colin Adamson, Karl Weckwerth, Norman Petri, John Stoddard. Choir, chamber rank among hes The 1986-87 Blazer Choir and Chamber Singers continued the tradition of providing the best in choral performances. The groups were rated among the best in every rating performance and dazzled audiences in several concerts, including its annual spring extravaganza. Many of the choir members took leading roles in the spring musical and choir director Jeff Seaward provided the musical direction for the pro- duction. Blazer Choir members join hands for the final song of their fall con- cert in the L.J. Williams Theatre. Blazer Cholr FIRST ROW Director Jeff Seaward Accompanist Laurel Boone Cheryl Brock Kevin Downes Donna Brown, Auguie Huerta, Kim Rouch, Richard Wilkinson Renee Dirker Downey Page Coleen Eidem Chris Jones Kim Francis Roland Wood, Teresa Lee. SECOND ROW Julie Moses Tim Taylor Laurie Akana Richie Whited Claudia Clevenger Bill Tooney, Dionc Wilson, Jeff Chapman Kelley Scott Kirk Norris Angela Hartman Don Conner Tracie Simpson Mark Chamberlin Karen Randall, Juan Garza, Melody Goodin Ted Trapp E515 M' ifgiiwgglilf W Jl"l'i'Ll3lIl495'v7'Hiii4ll'll""'ll" f"',"""T" VW" "z""' ' J- 1 1 1fv1 Q. . X it it , , ,. , X . , , , t .,,,. 1 V , , , ,m,,,,W Chamber Sing6I'S FIRST ROW: Teresa Lee, Donna Brown, Michell King, Wendy Simpson, Melody Goodin, Alysa Verissimo. 'wk SECOND ROW: Greg Borrud, Auguie Huerta, Roland Wood, Juan Garza, Tim Taylor. THIRD ROW: Accompanist Laurel Boone, Crystal Dunn, Dawn Bai- ley, Rhonda Woodward, Melissa Edginton, Keri Curtis. FORTH ROW: .di Director Jeff Seaward, Mike O'Leary, David Hoopes, Darin Rector, Mike Butler, Peter Eastin, , Jeremy Drain. HIRD ROW: Holly Hammond, Reynold Esquivel, Jeanne Harlan, Chris Hughes, Bernadett Luna, Darin Rector, Simone Correa, Tod Terry, rystal Dunn, John Dow, Jacquelin Curtis, Jeremy Drain, Melissa Edginton, Richard Terrill, Alysa Verissimo, Darin Pace, Joey Jeflus, Greg orrud, Wendy Simpson. BACK ROW: Roxanna Fillmore, David Hoopes, Dawn Bailey, Sam Paolini, Michelle King, Jerry Ayres, Lisa Boley, ike O'Leary, Joy Sanders, John Henson, Rhonda Woodward, Mike Butler, Laura Van Groningen, Peter Eastin, Keri Curtis, Larry Corum, Jennifer oeth, Tom Finni. Nlichelle, Juan named to state honor choir Seniors Michelle King and Juan Garza were two of 150 singers state- wide to be named to the state honor choir following auditions in October. More than 800 high school students tried out for parts in the choir which gave its performance in January. "It's great," remarked Director Jeff Seaward of the selection. "It is very difficult to make state choir. It was a great opportunity for both students. They got to sing and perform with some of the best singers in California. ' ' Numerous choir members were named to the Tulare County Honor Choir, proof that quality sounds are heard in the Golden West choral groups. The choirs were invited to perfomt in numerous festivals through- out California and were asked to sing in front of many community groups and organizations. RIGHT: State Honor Choir member Michelle King sings a solo during the fall choir concert in the L.J. Williiams Theatre. ' r G i rls' Cho ru S FIRST ROW: Pat Ramirez, Teresa Sartain, Tricia Parraz, Michelle Griffin Lucy Serpa, Taneth Bowie Kellie Houston ROW: Director Jeff Seaward, Janet Mendiola, Christina Smith, Kim Verissimo, Melissa Elliott, Sharon Fay Shannon Ellsworth Linda Jackson ROW: Michelle Fettig, Barbara Helms, Christine Cribbs, Bridget Felix, Tracy Moreno, Martha Garcia, Corma Jimenez 46 LEFT: Members of the Girls' Chorus ring out the bells in a performance at the fall concert. I Men S Glee FIRST ROW: Chris Reed, Willy Davis, Renato Garza, Mike Vicenti, Julian Salmon, Chris Barrientos, Paul Shirk, Sean Terrell. SECOND ROW: Director Jeff Seaward, Accompanist Laurel Boone, Jeff Chapman, Terrell Hammond, Wyatt Alter, Mike Clayton, Robert Jumper, Mike Joos, Matthew Hamilton, Jeff Nichol. THIRD ROW: Terry Vincent, Kirk Norris, Chris Polk, Mike Hills, Bill Tuning, Scott Haas, Brad Renzelman, Mike Butler, Mike O'Leary, Jonathan Henson. Women' S Glee FIRST ROW: Director Jeff Seaward, Accompanist Laurel Boone, Teresa Seeser, Christl Tackett, Melanie Rose, Gwyndolyn ates, Coyana Foster, Natalie Terry, Minna Mahonen. SECOND ROW: Kim Ralston, Rhonda Rustan, Evette Watt, Maria Franco, Elaine Alvarado, anessa Sanders, Wendy Hughes, Shawna Pannell. THIRD ROW: Kathy Larson, J asja De Rijke, Elizabeth Garza, Christina Robles, Betty Carr, Mika arr, Karin McCaw, Heather Fettig, Angela Young. 47 BELOW: Pam Walker and Ronda Mayben prepare to ride in the homecoming parade Oct. 10. YELL LEADERS FRONT: Mascot Michelle McElroy MIDDLE ROW' Tracie Sim son Vick ,PON Martha Cortes, Christie Price, and Melody Schol. Hghwe - - P , Y Weimcr, Johann Corral. BACK ROW: Sarah Frazier, A iff" i yy gp if f ii i C Aw X, G From front to back: Pam Walker, Laurie Akana, Melissa Edginton, Melynda Thurman Mayben, Gina Reiman, Dee Bardonnex, Christie Akkerman. 48 Q 9 au av V Y I Q . 7 A.., . , . , iff it 2 R, ..x Y, . nm at v , 4 ' s ,454 ' , x ' , . g , ' J ,, 5 It at ff, e-of Ti E Spirit squads cite unnoticed changes 7 The average sports fan probably didn t notice many changes in this year's pep squads, but there were many, according to some of the squad members. One big change was a switch in advisers. Science teacher Nancy Hawkins became the pep squad adviser for the first year. Veteran Pam Walker said that this year's squads cheered for more games than past squads and that the girls " got along better, too. " Vicky Weimer also said the squads were "really close. " "It's a lot of hard work, but it really pays off," she said. Laurie Akana, noting the changes from the junior varsity to the varsity squad, said that the varsity gets more respect. "You have a lot more responsibilities, too," she said. Laurie also said she thinks there was more spirit this year than in previous years. The girls performed at most games, in pep assemblies, and practiced many hours after school. "We did our best to get everyone spirited," said Pam. LEFT: Song Leaders wait for the right momemt in the football game to perform their routine. MIDDLE: Spirit squad members perform a varity of roles in a skit during a pep assembly. BOTTTOM: Song leaders dance in a routine at a football pep assembly. ' . VK, t,,.,bg.t.f' WDW ra t V . ., WL' iff: . ,, ,... 'mf B. 5 2 mr""'r5Gr h Sheilield Keit Weekly publication wins All- Valle The Pathfinder For the third consecutive year, the Golden West High School Pathfinder was rated the best newspaper in the San Joaquin Valley and won the All-Valley award from the San Joaquin Valley Scho- lastic Press Association. Several staff members also won individual writing awards in the annual Valley competition sponsored by the Journalism Department at Fresno State University. The awards came after many hours of work as the staff continued to produce one of a handful of weekly high school news- papers in California. Working late every Wednesday night, Editor Patrick Barr and his staff wrote and edited up-to-the-minute news stories for publication in the news- paper every Friday. Adviser Lee Terkelsen said the Pathfinder staff was the most inde- pendent and best that he has seen. RIGHT: THE PATHFINDER EDITORIAL BOARD - Front: Sports Editor Michael Jordan, Editor-In-Chief Patrick Barr, News Editor Laura Stueven. Back: Opinion Editor Scott Wyatt, Photo Editor Matt Black, Features Editor Melissa Martell. 'iw' f 'T-vnr-' Z-gg THE PATHFINDER STAFF, front row - Gabriel Rivas, Stephanie Trujillo, Cassandra Queen, Melissa Martell, J eff Rachal, Antti Korhonen Middle row - Jesse Cox, Patrick Barr, Melissa Busby, Scott Wyatt, Michael Jordan, Debbie Trujillo, Laura Stueven, Gretchen Roeth. Back row - Matt Black Tod Terry, Richard Wirth. 50 PATHFINDER REPORTERS, front row - Tammy Winchell, David Lindsay, Adam Swift, Richard Kennedy, Dan Maughan, Wendy Ulam, Brian Doc, Tim Stokes, Mitch Cote. Back row - Richard Rodriguez, Brent Fellows, Justin Stoner, Ed Davidson, Kevin Branco, Charles Clark, Joanna Hasbun, Vicky Lujan, Toni Sciacqua, Keta Harroun, Tom Finni, Daniel Parkinson, Patrick Barr, Melissa Busby. I 11322 fi - 1 'vt . 2 g P . S 1 , , ' 1 Q' ' ' J f W V , , 1 5 - , 2 A fxwji-' P: 14 ' C3 2- LEFT: Patrick Barr and Melissa Martell work on Pathfinder layouts. MIDDLE RIGHT: Patrick Barr takes a break from working on the Pathfinder to talk with friends on the telephone. ABOVE: Sports writer Gabriel Rivas typesets a cross country story. 51 Matt Black 'O W vt. ,,Ai ., 5: , TW, W , , ' 4 f F' " A-. . g s ,W v - if- Wff' , W'W9W, N E, I fl, M, ,, ,,G, , 0 "' 7 1 ' f ,Q n . 'fr f 1 fa I i..pl,f3f:fj, J 'W' 54.1, , M . ' 'D LG' ' .11 L?X',n!.:Q" I ' Y' m'Y,,xKta 6 2 Q fn M 5 P H 2 +A 4' 4 K- 241, un , ,Qin 'Z' A 'x lg xv fam- 4.45 .6' ...:'9' , sf- ,,Q 'gn I 3.1.5 ,Leg 'Q - 1 v - .HCI 1 ,, K 4 as ,mf was b.. ' nie? lg w M. 5 ,ff 14 f 1 1, ' v 'N AK ,, 34, ' v2f2""':"""' ,A .5 nal on fl , :li ,, , ' 1 . , , 5 . juli'-'ff I 1 0 ' A T s L mf MMT" i a ' ,- , Y 'ef ff. Nw ww . , . f. , f ,,x1L,4 Ng LEFT: Yearbook staff members Renee Hogan, Tisha Larkin, Cassandra Queen, and Shawn Lawson. MIDDLE LEFT: Richard Wirth works with a photo enlarger to print photos for the yearbook. BELOW: Tod Terry works in the darkroom. LEFT Fred Mason dodges and burns a print ABOVE Seth Hum puts his photo paper through the soup 53 FFA continues activities, wins awards One of the most active organizations on campus, the Future Farmers of America continued to host and take part in many activities in 1986-87. With the development of agriculture leadership, cooperation, and citizenship as its goals, FFA members took part in public speaking contests, parliamentary procedure contests, FFA project competitions such as those held at the Tulare Co. Fair, and leadership contests. Members also hosted the annual Western Week and Sweetheart Dance. Tulare County Fair award winners included Tina Ayers - Champion FFA market hog and supreme grand champion market hog, Kanie Batchelor - Reserve champion FFA steer and champion FFA beef, Susie Bockman - First place steer heifer, Michelle McCauley - first place novice swine, show- manship, first place round robin winner and first place middleweight crossbred hog, Rodney Johnston - first place heavyweight Yorkshire hog, Leslie Row- ley - reserve grand champion. Officers were Leslie Rowley, president, Jennifer Pratt, vice president, Sarah Frazier, secretary, Greg Merritt, sentinel, Rick Johnston, treasurer, Doug Niederreiter, reporter, Shannon Sorrels, historian, Jenny McMillan, corresponding secretary, Patrick Munoz, chaplain, and Chris Cabral, parlimentarian. TOP: Seated - Chris Cabral, Lisa Mates, Lannette Carrol Karrie Batchelor, Shannon Sorrels, Sarah Frazier, Leslie Row- ley, Tim Haner, Rick Johnston, Ronda Mayben, Rick Johnson, Sheila Gregor, Lisa Sloat. Standing - Janice Kroeker, Doug Price, John Rose, Jeff Lang, Jim Handley, Jennifer Pratt, Scotty Polk, Doug Niederreiter, Jenny McMillan, Rob VanAuken, Shawn Hogan, Tricia Marquez, Dennis Goss, Kevin Downes, Greg Merritt, Marsha Cortes, John Senn, Bill Sartin, Rick Lantrip, Donny Gallian, Tod Terry. RIGHT: Rodney Johnston gets Water and itching powder down his pants in the annual FFA Greenhand initiation ceremony. 54 'Q I f z EH ,f N' 'M Tod Terry me Q, far Man Black 'Q TOP LEFT: Robert Crotwell gets initiated into the FFA thinking he is eating dog food. TOP RIGHT: Jeff Handley gets honey in the face followed by feathers during the FFA initiation ceremony. LEFT: Becky Wilson cares for her animal during the Tulare County Fair. ABOVE: Shannon Sorrels readies her animal for showing at the Tulare County Fair. 55 Tod Terry Matt Black Student government stresses involvemen Students did a double take in November when they saw what they were lead to believe would be the introduction of Redwood High Schoo1's homecoming queen can- didate at lunch. What they saw instead were student government leaders dressed up to mock the school's homecoming ceremony on the day of Redwood's home- coming and on the day the Trail- blazers were to face the Rangers on the gridiron. It was just one of many activities sponsored by the student government, who attempted to get as many students as possible involved in as many activities as possible. Never before in the history of the school were so many activities held and it seemed that nearly every week there was a student government sponsored activitiy. ' it I n diff' Hum A Ilia RIGHT: Front: Commissioner of Publicity Donny Gallian, President Frank Netto, Vice President Rick Johnston. Back: Rally Commissioner Mark Moore, Head Yell Leader Vicky Weimcr, Club Commissioner Wendy Simpson, Head Song Leader Pam Walker, Secretary Suzanne Buldo. TOP: Frank Netto and Rick Johnston, mocking Redwood homecoming queens, are escorted by Vicky Weimer,Suzanne Buldo during a lunch-time activity prior to the football game with Redwood. RIGHT: Queen candidate Frank Netto and escort Vicky Weimer respond to the cheers of the crowds. Seth t9 y 'E 3 4. C. fi kpc H, I 3, W! ,tw 1 1 ' f wi s 4,4 Lil iv Vyixi' 'Sf W rf- af f in wmv . ,, YW , in .1 WJ fn, Ile. fi x xSelh Hum "1 HWW7'i nf W f "mf me 'B' My V t. ,,,, ,.,,5a,v,,,a 5 LEFT: Queen candidate ez, 4 I Donny Galhan flexes his " H wie, ',,, ,,,,, , M . , ,L muscles as Csjhe is M escorted through campus P by Treasurer Leslie Row- E ley prior to the football game against Redwood. It fm. 5 was Redwood's home- 13 coming MMM Q, MIDDLE LEFT: Rally Commissioner Mark Moore begins his usual antics during a pep assembly under the eye of English teacher Bev Blaswich. LEFT: Redwood queen candidate Rick Johnston is escorted through campus as he mocks Redwood queen candidate on the school's home- coming day. ABOVE: Mark Moore and Frank Netto dress up for Halloween, one of many dress-up days sponsored by student govemment. 57 FHA assists in community causes In addition to its on-campus activities, Future Homemakers of America expanded to more community-wide activities this year. Members took part in Hands Across Visalia to raise funds for local needy families. During Thanksgiving, the club sponsored a canned food drive to contribute to Visalia-area needy families. In addition to that, the club went Christmas caroling at rest homes and hospi- tals, competed in local, regional, and state FHA competitions, conducted its annual Valentine cake sale, and won first place in the homecoming float competition. Officers were Genie Lopez, presidentg Christie Akkerman, vice president, Melynda Thurman, secretary, Lisa Boley, treasurer, Petie Reyes, parliamentarian, and Sandra Guerrero, historian. RIGHT: Renee Hogan prepared a sundae as part of FHA's first activity to attract members to the club. BELOW: FHA members ride their first place homecoming float. BOTTOM: Front row: Ana Marquez, Lisa Torres, Teresa Hernandez, Rachel Escarsega, Sonia Benitez, Anna Hemandez, Tracy Hensley, Diana Dickens, Christine Dias, Adviser Carol Delap. Middle row: Sandra Guerrero, Petie Reyes, Crisela Gallegos, Melinda Rodriguez, Regina Powell, Gerrie Lopez, Adviser Penny Niadna, Melynda Thurman. Back row: Tanya Akins, Gina Clay, Roseanna Fierro, Christina Robles, Esmeralda Robles, Angela Olivas, Sylvia Facundo, Melanie Crouse, Letisha Williams, Christine Barr, Yvonne White, Katie Brun- mier, Henry Renteria, Julie Pugh, Christina Gomez, Stephanie Athy, Christie Akkerman, Joanna Herrera, Joey Jeffus, Rick Renteria. I' l We i l.-.41 LS o I9 E x Spanish Club builds 3rd place float ftvfw ' 1? Q V '27 'f' X 'ff' K f t. 'LZ-7' 't dMf'ere aff? t aa l :Q , ala c Milf fy2f1,,.,, ,, tv 5,33 s tl ' 1. ,gg ,, ,., W 2 I VP , ,Mm N,,, W., 'I Q 1 if tree-2 'f Dfw: " Spanish Club members got into the float building spirit for homecoming this year and won the third place float trophy for their efforts. Officers for 1986-87 were Brenda Daily, president and Richard Nunez, vice president. TOP: First row: Jorge Marquez, Adviser Juan Garcia, Adviser Lucho Figallo, Martha Oliveira, Delores Madrigal, Jason Schmelzla, Johann Corral, Vicky Weimer, Rosalba Perez, Olga Ruiz. Middle row: Cindy Brown, Lisa Chevrette, Melissa Reynolds, Sherry Crook, Melissa Hower- ton, Michelle Hernandez, Naomi Crawford, Lauren Burke, Saul Rodriguez, Richie Nunez, Joaquina Marquez, Krista Turl, Greg Busby, Victor Carrillo, Jeni Bullock, Lisa Hunter, Wonda Winchester. Back row: Joe Vincenti, Brian Ridenour, Raja Kumar, Anne Petri, Jeremy McNabb, Michelle Hernandez, Marko Mays, Brenda Daily, Wendy Allen, Robert Bilvado, Gabriel Rivas, Steven Mayfield. LEFT: Bao Thao works on the Spanish Club's award winning float. ABOVE: Spanish Club members ride their award winning float during the Bnan homecoming parade. 59 J M411 'kv ,, A lfr:,'j,. 4f, 5. ' Iii- "F, N.. V7 ,, I WW, Q Mg ' m 'V ' , , A if fs.,g a23f:v , , ,Y 1 , ' . ,mah Y 1 'Nj .H ' ' v 'rf' 1 , V, 4' nag? :jsw52,,5!fk,,fk! 1, 'WM ,, Q I lnM, w' ilk? In if f,. + f ' w. ,H fy ,, . ' H' f , . . f. , ,, 2 h,,,L , , , ,L ff f' , . 1 ' L H,, L ,J in ,ui ,L , . ,,.,,,.,.M- 3 E t E 5 S Y ,V E V .WMN,.N.wm,W,,M,, . U 3 s . .. 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Middle row: Shana Humphrey, Naomi Crawford, Rebecca Crawford, Lauren Burke, Brooke Davis, Jennifer Lewin, Erica Elias, Laura Webb, Melissa Wood, Amber Benson, Lisa Chevrette, Dana Stephens, Roseanna Fierro, Stephanie Mitchell. Back row: Scott Mehl, Adviser Sandy Dana- Kildow, Maria Navarro, Beth Christenson, Roland Wood, Jana Crossler, Scott Sample. .. 3 o c CD 9 I C ns C in 61 WMM e,,ff,1,y K A ' 1 ' ' Junior varisty yell leaders ABOVE: Junior varsity yell leaders, front to back, Tiffany Nash, Shana Humphrey, Dolores Lopez, Shani Engurn, Angela Hartman. RIGHT: Junior varsity yell leaders cheer as they ride in a pickup during the homecoming parade. 5 ii! ixdj 62 QIYIIEDICAL CAREERS CLUB - Regina Hernandez, Vicky Weimer, Adviser Eleanor awkins, Yanira Pena. Students study medical careers Students in the Medical Careers Club got a jump on their futures by touring medical facilities and listening to guest speakers on a variety of medical professions. Speakers on nursing, X-ray, paramedics and the medical and dental fields spoke to the group. The club toured Kaweah Delta Hospital and the St. Agnes diabetic center in Fresno as well as other facilities. The president was Yanira Pena. Regina Heman- dez was the vice president and Brenda Daily was the secretaryftreasurer. Forensics team grows stronger Larger than ever before, the Forensics team attended several speech and debate tournaments for the first time in its two-year history. As the group grows stronger, adviser Tim McGlasson said the club will compete in state and national competitions. McGlasson cited team spirit and comradery, and the ability to speak logically as benefits from the club that promotes friendly competition in speaking. Mark Moore was the executive officer. English teacher Judy Lucas was the adviser of the debate team. ORENSICS - First row: Debbie Baughman, Paul Harrington, Greg Borrud, Vicky Weimer, Peter Eastin, Alison Gordon, Kathy Larson. Back row: arlas Mandolph, Tracie Simpson, Tom Finni, Crecia Reynolds, Coyana Foster, Joanna Hasbun, Adviser Tim McGlasson, David Jones, Alison King, elissa Losee, Jennifer Tracy, Melissa Reynolds. 63 Drama club produces play, spring musical Drama Club members produced two productions this year, including ' 'Rebel Without A Cause" in the fall and a musical in the spring. In addition to those two main activities, the club con- structed a homecoming float, hosted the computer dating service, and took part in a host of other activities. TOP: Front: Melissa Marvin, Alisa Semperger, Melissa Wood, Nicole Belcher, Teresa Lee, Beth Christenson, Greg Borrud, Stefni Hoops, Boomer Batchman, Claudia Clevenger, Kim Whyte, Erin Johnston, Dana Stephens. Middle row: Julie Hopwood, Michelle Ritter, Jennifer Ribeiro, Lisa Judd, Alison King, Wendy Duncan, Holly Brown, Jennifer Lewin, Wendy Ulam, Joey Jeffus, Paul Borrud, Mark Moore, Frank Netto, Tracy Adams, Amy Avila, Charice Rehfeld, Gina Reiman, Melynda Thurman. Back row: Laura Van Groningen, Becki Wilson, Charlotte Berry, Kayla Schoenauer, Pam Reynolds, Peter Eastin, Adviser Mike Wilson, Tim Smith, Sam Paolini, Shannon Reis, Tim Ferguson, Shon Causer, Trent Ford, Roland Wood, Jodie Hale, Russ Goodin, Yanira Pena, Aaron Besson, Derek Singh. ABOVE: Drama Club members ride their homecoming float. RIGHT: Roland Wood and Kim Whyte rehearse a scene from "Reble Without A Cause." Brian Rldenour P A ,W W, M04 41t4,N,,4 4 'Ai 1. tb ? .Lulu- .........-. ,.. ,, ' 1 T? 1 is A .L MECHA First Row - Crisela Gallegos, Carol Garcia, Angelique guez, Valerie Viscarra, Diana Evans, Martha Holguin, Marisela Olvera, Arredondo, Rachelle Espinoza, Laurie Akana, Laura Alvarado. Second Isabelle Vasquez, Elaine Alvarado. Back Row - Mattie Lopez, Teresa Row - Adviser Teresa Montion, Julian Montoya, Roseanna Fierro, Sal Hernandez, Saida Trujillo, Leo Cantu, Hilda Navarro. Sosaya, Lori Avina, Sonia Benitez, Rachel Escarsega, Melinda Rodri- is if CE CLUB Front Row - Diana Schnelbach, Katherine Schnelbach, Melissa Busby, Paula Turner, Angie off, Wyatt, Adviser Chris Phillips, Adviser Jay Hoyt. Back Row - Michael Jordan, Bill Orr, Ed Davidson, Brian Doe, Jorge 65 Chuck Orr. RIGHT: S.A.D.D.fI.S., First Row - Maria Reyes, Bemadette Luna, Christina Morales, Valerie Viscarra, Gracie Ontiveroz, Diana Evans, Sarah Martinez. Second Row - Michelle Hernandez, Michelle Her- nandez, Wendy Allen, Sandra Guerrero, Charles Clark, Diana Cis- ncros. Third Row - Adviser Tim McFadden, Tammy Parker, Brenda Daily, Maggie Zwaagstra, Adviser Jon Awbrey. Fourth Row - Christina Barr, Wylda Linman, Angie Orr, Ed Davidson, Marko Mays. Back Row - Melanie Crouse, Marsha Cortes, Lorianne Marconi. BOTTOM RIGHT: Tim Taylor and Angie Orr pose for a S.A.D.D. poster that was published as full-page ads in the Visalia Times-Delta and Fresno Bee. BELOW: S.A.D.D. members respond to questions by reporters when radio station KCOK and the Visalia Times-Delta were on campus V to interview students on alcohol and drugs. ?,,-- fa' SADD changes to IS Attempting to draw the attention and involvement of more students, Students Against Driving Drunk changed its name and emphasis this year. Instead of being known as SADD, the club changed its name to IS, Involved Students. And the emphasis, while still on alcohol, was shifted to also include drug abuse, suicide, and other concerns confronting teenagers. "We felt that SADD wasn't reaching all of the groups of students that need help on other things than just drunk driving, " said adviser Jon Awbrey. "We decided to change the name to include more people." Club members posed for a poster that was published in newspapers throughout the San Joaquin Valley during Christ- mas, helped to host the sober graduation party, took part in the Christmas and homecoming parades, and performed a variety of other activities as well. 66 C.S.F. First Row: Steve Walston, Ray Huff, Greg Borrud, Angie Orr, Paula Turner, Jacque Curtis, Jennifer Tracy, Margaret Limnan. Mid- dle: Jason Schmelzla, Amy Boelter, Tim Ferguson, Deena Maxwell, Chuck Orr, Seth Teter, Carin Jackson, Bill Orr, Diana Schnelbach, April Pryor Scott Wyatt, Matt Hamilton, Melissa Busby, Michael Jordan, Laura Stueven, John Owen, Melissa Martell, Carrie Wyse, Spence Uota. I P ",,,,' f utah' . .,f': "fam, be " fat A i if ' - ' x 'VAS' LIFE C.S.F. MEMBERS - First Row: Ray Huff, Steve Walston, Spencer Boelter. Middle Row: Wendy Pryor, Melissa Busby, Paula Turner, Angie Orr, Laura Stueven, Melissa Martell, Diana Schnelbach, Wendy Simpson, Kirsten Armstrong, Jeff Lawrence. Back Row: Michael Jordan, Scott Wyatt, Eddie Davidson, Brad Symons, Danny Fisher, Lorianne Marconi. Eddie Davidson, Adviser Ted Postelle, James Billingsley. Back Row: Jana Crossler, Tricia Phipps, Shani Engum, Stephanie Athy, Julie Pugh, Richard Christenson, D.J. Ellis, Mark Crane, Erin Jacobson, Tom Finni, Victor Carrillo, Shannon Davenport, Melanie Crouse, C.S.F homecoming float. CSF changes to society The new statewide constitu- tion for the California Scholarship Federation classified the organiza- tion as an honor society rather than a club this year. But while that change was made, the group continued its traditional activities of competing in the college bowl and operating concession stands to raise funds for a year-end activity and scholarship. The society, con- sisting of the school's top aca- demic students, is designed to allow high achieving students an opportunity to receive local, state and national recognition for high academic achievement. 67 D.E.C.A. - Front Row: Eric Nelson, Frank iNetto, Peter Eastin, Adviser Martha Sorden, Tony Fell, Bill Tuning, Carrie Wyse, Kim Richard Wilkinson. Middle Row: Shawn Dunn, Christie Searcy, Darin Wilkinson, Mike Wyse, Melissa Thomas, Adviser Ken Walters. Pace, Brent Hobbs, Paul Borrud, Boomer Batchman. Back Row: DECA markets student store The business club that specializes in marketing, the Golden West chapter of Distributive Education Clubs of America continued to operate one of the most popular spots on campus - the student store. Members also continued to compete in a variety of business and marketing competitions at the district, state, and national levels. But the most important part of the club, according to Adviser Ken Walters, is to prepare students for all aspects of the business world. Carrie Wyse, Darin Pace, and Kim Wilkinson work in 68 student store. Q ,f A f W , 5 L mf!! J? W, A ,ey fr, 'w 7' fl X ? J , 4 if i 'Q mi-,QQ 2 , iz z, ' f ,, 5' ,w ffrffzff ': ' , ,,,, A ,f f V iggwgf W , 1 ' 34 1 5 s r 5 fw f xnw,,x f fn vfw . 2 W Q' , , ZS Q, , W ' Wifi. I 5.1 , Q V Wy,-.ivy 1. ,5,V e-,,,g3A ,Gang fy, 'vi f 4 1 1 av HY nj 5"4"5'L ' V 5 ,, , W , - Q ,,, -, !! 'W4f"0mu..,, Q Wifiy if QWW V ' . A ,aa Trailblazer spirit is cIub's purpose RALLY CLUB - Front: Greg Borrud, Regina Powell, Stephanie Trujillo, Wendy Ulam, Wendy Simpson, Teresa Lee, Jana Crossler. Middle: Frank Netto, Mark Moore, Tricia Phipps, Melissa Delusto, Tracy Soxman, Laurie Beckers, Michele Hansen, Tracie Simpson, Richard Kennedy, David Castro. Back Row: Adviser Bev Blashwich, Kevin Downes, Amy Flood, Coyana Foster, Jodie Hale, Shana Hum- phrey, Holly Brown, Vicky Weimer, Bryan Shirk. BELOW: Pep squad members perform at a football pep assembly. When Mineral King Bowl was filled with signs and balloons promoting Trailblazer spirit on homecoming, there could only have been one reason: The Rally Club was at work. Rally Club members painted signs, sold pompons, pins, ribbons, and bal- loons to promote their main purpose: school spirit. Club mem- bers spent hours after school to paint signs that were hung at all 70 home athletic events and club members showed up to most of those events to root for the Trailblazers. Officers were Bryan Shirk, president: Richard Kennedy, vice president, and Ted Trapp, secretary, treasurer. Bev Blas- wich was the faculty sponsor. A '-wma, .x A, .' 5 1' X . mf QL V WW fm 3 , 5 wav' f w f Q. ?14:w?, -. ' - V L In X vggy, K -1 f f :fi if ' I X54 f i'.f,3'ff 2 :gy . 1, l? - wif, ith . 5 . ' 'av f M511 ' .rf . 423' K R 4 .f , ff.L . Q 735. ae, Q, ' I I R6 f U X Club promotes exchange program ABOVE: AFSI INTERNATIONAL CLUB - Front Row: Wendy Akins, Chris- tina Barr, Melanie Crouse, Devon Singh, Melissa De Justo, Missy Marconi, Shani Engum, Laura Webb, Holly Brown, Jana Cross- lcr, Mike Feil, Greg Borrud, John Reynolds, Michael Jordan, Mark Crane. Middle Row: Adviser Becky Tietjen, Diana Schnel- bach, Tracy Soxman, Erica Elias, Tricia Phipps, Laurie Beckers, Shana Humphrey, Michelle Ramirez, Veronica German, Tammy Parker, Richard Ken- nedy, Scott Woolley, Victor Carrillo, David Smuts, Seth Bolen. Back Row: Marjorie Franklin, Lisa Lopez, Charles Clark, Lauren Burke, April Pryor, Erin Jacobson, Seth Teter, Lisa Hunter, Nick Weibell, Lauren Vartgess, Joe Vicenti, David Jones, Richard McCray, Mike McCray. RIGHT: Adviser Verna Barber and foreign exchange students Cecilie Carlsen of Norway, Minna Mahonen of Finland, Tanya Rienann of Germany, Andrea Atladottir of Iceland, Antti Korhonen of Finland. 72 Axe' ga he One of the most active clubs on campus, the American Field Servicellnternational Club hosted a variety of activities to aide the for- eign exchange students, promote under- standing of foreign cultures and provide schol- arships to seniors. To assist the foreign exchange students, club members purchased the students' year- books, senior pictures, class rings and tickets to Disneyland's Grad Night. Through slide shows, speakers and pre- sentations, the club attempted to promote an understanding of foreign cultures and encour- aged GWHS students to be foreign exchange students. Club members also operated conces- sion stands to raise funds for scholarships and held parties for their social well being. Club officers were Mike Feil, president, Richard Kennedy, vice president, Michael Jordan, treasurer, and Laura Webb, secretary. A g 1102. A la P - L i t S 4 i A ' -Hiiaw - rlitil Y A Psi an y 2' . .r ii -' Tien Y A i ? 'ai' ' A-F12 1 'I H l 'ii ax F HI? XV-jg A I Ai I A iii' A ' FF '. I 'il'-1 u , i'- 0 -' L' 1" A '1l'N l my in 0 F W 'T' T521 Y F Q f , .'f'lr,gff K Aianfg 'jg z-QP' A PA' hQHF!j.'.'A.5. mpg.--A .grfr -A .. n 4 U 2? W 'ils A 5: W YYY? ' Tl' . A A , A ' ' L 5 51 5- l'I 51 A F Ld-fs' Ti., .Ft 'Alla -Y , AAii"l915o A L AA 3 ai A S A Y of .Qi A L Y Q RIGHT: Principal Dick Doepker enjoys a light moment with Tom Hornburg, f David Castro, and David Benc. BELOW: Principal Dick Dopker, Officer Tim Brown, Dean Bob Cesena, Dean Vern Barlogio, and Assistant Principal Dan Leppek enjoy lunch. BOTTOM LEFT: Assistant Principal Ed Janzen assists FHA member Yvonne Lara in making an p 1ce cream sundae for an FHA meeting. minisfrafion Changes that affected the administrative staff and those that occurred within the staff abounded in the 1986-87 school year. Bob Cesena, notin a "good career move," became Golden West's newest dean, transferring from Sequoia Continuation High School. Cesena was a student in Principal Richard Doep- ker's class at Mt. Whitney High School. Many changes were made in the secretarial staff. Prudence Marvin, attendance secretary, and Darlynn Billingsley, counsel- ing secretary, transferred to other jobs off campus. Haydee Barba replaced Marvin while Christy Nichol replaced Billingsly. Nichol, formerly a teachers' secretary, was replaced by Nancy Rady. Richard Doepker Principal Ed Janzen Assistant Principal Curriculum Dan Leppek Assistant Principal Student Activities Tim B I'OWl1 Youth Development Oliioer Vern Barlogio Dean Lynn Preston Dean Bob Cesena Dean Eleanor Hawkins Nurse Administrators also noted that changes in the campus affected the attitude of students and teachers alike. "Teachers are people-oriented, ' ' said Doepker. "Isolation as we had in the portables, limited compatibility. In the new build- ings, people are closer together and they are forced to share their problems and feelings. The new buildings enhance the atmos- phere and congeniality of the staff." Counseling Director David Tonirri said the new buildings helped in scheduling classes. "It was a whole lot easier assigning rooms since most teach- ers now have their own room instead of five different rooms, " he said. Hr K f 74 I -' A ' , -ei ,,.. L4 is - - i I ,CQLLLGE ENlRANCE TEST, DATES l l szlmcn ' OCT ll OCT 2 v' l l 25 TIVE STAFF gathers for a picture on the final day of work for dean and attendance secretary Prudence Marvin, Loretta Armstrong Third Row Counselor Gene Somawang Counselor Dianna Rico Dean Lynn Preston Nurse Eleanor Carrer Center Technician Marge Schellmg Assistant Pnncipal Ed Janzen Back Row Dean Vern Barlogio Counselor Second Row: Assistant Principal Dan Leppek, Principal Richard Docpker, Attendance Secretary Rosie Martinez, Princ1pal's 0 7 ' ' 3 Jan Miller, Dean Bob Cesena. Pal mo, Teacher's Secretary Nancy Rady, Counselor David Tonini, Counseling Secretary Darlynn Billingsley, Financial David Tonini Jose Palomo Counseling Director .Counselor Gene Somowang Dianna Rico Counselor Counselor Darlynn BllIingsleylPrudence Marvln Originals leave GWHS Two secretaries who lolned the Golden West Hl h School staff when tae school opened eight years ago, left the school for different jobs ln 1986-87. Thelr departure marked an end to the orlglnal members of the sec- retarial staff when the school opened. Haydee Barba ttop rlghtl became the new attendace and dean secretary while Christy Nlchol Qbot- tom rlghtj became the new counseling sec- retary. 75 55 55 ifg Efif fiii Enrollment in art, band, choir, color guard, crafts, drama, orchestra, and photography classes was higher than ever before this year. Those classes in the Fine Arts Department flourished as never before, making it one of the most dynamic departments on campus. Changes, though subtle, were still significant. ' 'In the spring an arts and crafts work area and kiln room was completed, " said Fine Arts Department Chairman Jon Awbrey. "It will help the students to produce more advanced projects." In the band, director Jim Powell said a major change was in the new color guard uniforms and performances. The choir also got new clothes this year. "The choir took on a whole new appearance this year with the new tuxedoes and formals, " said director Jeff Seaward. "It gave them a real look of elegance." The drama area noted some advances, too. "We're the only drama program in the area that meets UC My ww? TOP LEFT: Bobby Zamairipa completes an art project. TOP MIDDLE: Jen- nifer Roeth sings for the Christmas assembly. TOP RIGHT: Juan Garza solos during the Christmas assembly. RIGHT: Drama teacher Mike Wilson talks with Jodie Hale, Alison King, Teresa Lee and Jennifer Lewin about their roles in "Rebel Without A Cause." standards," said instructor Mike Wilson. "We've won various awards and we keep improving." Students said they enjoyed the fine arts classes for a variety of reasons. "I enjoy art because I really enjoy the projects Mr. Meier allows us to do," said Scott Woolley. "Chamber Singers is my favorite because you get a better chance to share your choral experiences and more time to do it in," said Michelle King. "Band is my favorite because I like performing, I like music, and I like the group of people that are in the band," said Crecia Reynolds. "I enjoy photography because it's something I learned to dg quickly, half-way decent," said Matt Black. "I think it's a goo outlet for self expression." Debbie Story said she enjoys orchestra because "I really enjoy playing and it's a real challenge. " ,mm IHS O aigfnl give? 1 MW! LEFT: Brent Fellows admires the mobile he made in his art class. BOTTOM LEFT: Choir director Jeff Seaward and Tim Taylor team up for a duet during the Christmas assembly. BELOW: Tim Ferguson and Jennifer Lewin per- form for their drama class. xg f S af W 4, f, r 'gt , Him W wlgtge W 5 ,aa i I..,.ff if - ,f f if Id, '. , ack E E 2 i I I Jon Awbrey V' ' I ' Dept. Chairman ff 1 ' Crafts- V"' 'j Bob Meier ,iei ,,,. if r Jim Powell - ... Band Orchestra larlllef r Jeff Seaward Choir I ' Lee Terkelsen Journalism Photography Yearbook Mike Wilson Drama American Literature rf I"""". V' 5 ww. ,ff 7 f -4--my V Y , ,, WWHW in 'Kb 4 Photos by Chuck Przybylskl 78 . 1 NN N ini-Vi vm ,, vfmivtufm TOP: Typing teacher Elaine Tavlian watches to make certain her stu dents proofread, proofread, proofread ABOVE: Brandy Caine and Charice Rehfeld keep their eyes on Gannon Boyd in their typing class. RIGHT: Karen Hipp practices her typing skills -. :W -M. f I , f ws iii v9 Bea Soxman Dept. Chairwoman Word Processing Computer Literacy Milt Miller 5 V. t Computer Accounting I Record Keeping fff f - Business fi 'Af X r M Rex Robertson I I Qs" , Computer Literacy Martha Sorden I Keyboarding Business Math Computer Bus. Sk. i. Elaine Tavlian Typing I Computer Skills Shorthand Q W, we-t ,Q V lv. or 1 1 W l V y,i' is .Za Ken Walters Typewriters Disappearing Take a look at the pictures on this page. Such scenes may ecome a thing of the past before next year's freshmen graduate. "The department is becoming completely computerized," aid Bea Soxman, Business Department Chairman. "In the next 've years, we will probably not have any typewriters, but all omputers." Business teachers agree that some business courses are ecoming more, if not completely, computerized. "Computer Accounting became fully computerized with the ew IBM PC's and the new software," said teacher Milton Miller. Other changes have also occurred in the Business Department this year. ' 'This is the first year since the beginning of Golden West that the Business Department hasn't had to share its facilities with another department on campus," said teacher Elaine Tavlian. "We've sharedit with the English Department mostly. Other departments have also shared our building throughout the past eight years. Now, Mrs. Malone Cbusiness aidej finally has her own desk. " TOP LEFT: Rex Robertson uses an overhead projector to make a point in his computer literacy class. LEFT: Gabriel Rivas gets ready for a timed typing session. 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Ted Postelle, English Department Chairman, said having the teachers together is "great" "There's interaction between the Eng- lish teachers. We share ideas," he said. Other teachers, many of whom shared office space and classrooms with other departments in previous years, agreed. "We don't have to run all over the place to get books or machines," said teacher Tim McFadden. "We're more like a family now, which is the whole idea of Golden West anyway," said teacher Tim McGlasson. While the buildings were an important factor in the year, students said the con- tent and teaching style of the English classes is the most important to them. "Mr. Corliss is very good at teaching grammar and literature. The vocabulary he gave helped me a lot," said Karl Weckwerth, who called the course chal- lenging and helpful for college entrance and achievement tests. Raja Kumar, senior, said speech was TOP: New librarian Suzy Pclovsky, left, and library assistants Barbara Conley and Sylvia Matta. ABOVE: Omar Vela researches an English paper in the library. his favorite English class. "Mr. McGlasson made a relaxed atmosphere because he told jokes," he said. "I think there should be an advanced speech class. " Other students also commented on the personality of their teachers. . Senior Shawn Dunn said that while her Advanced Composition and Grammar class was hard, it wouldn't be so "inter- esting without my teacher, Mr. Wilson." Sophomore Renee Dirker who admit to liking writing, praised her teacher, Ti McFadden. "It's fun going over the writin assignments and having him go over i and explain it to us, rather than gettin bored doing grammar," she said. Though the library is not part of th English Department, one of the depart ment's main goals is to teach student library skills. RIGHT: Teacher Tim McGlasson helps his student, Janet Men- diola. 80 LEFT: Santa Claus CTeacher Tim McFaddenJ tosses treats to excited students during the Christmas assembly. BELOW: Teacher Bill Corliss dressed as Santa Claus becomes part of his door during the Deca-Door Contest during Christmas. The door won an honorable mention award. BOTTOM: Teacher Tim McFadden dresses for Halloween. 1- Mor' Y V ,,' I ff t fi ,jg t RWW 'WW 14 l ai l i' A " ' V 'all I V ,, C is 1 X, in f Ted Postelle Dept. Chairman World Literature English 1,2 Judy Lucas Enggish Literature nglish 1,3 Beverly Blaswich Bill Corliss English Skills 1,3,4 Adv. Composition Tim McGlasson ED9liSh.2 Speech English Skulls 2 English 1,2 Tim McFadden English 2 Science Fiction Kathy Garland En lish Skills 2 9 Adolescent hlovels Janet Robinson English 1,2 I VVV, L ltiree Anne Geiger ESL1,2,3 ESL Reading Sandy Warren English 1 Honors English 2 Honors Short StorylMyth Brandon Victory aiaf Randy Lovens Photos by Brian Ridenour BELOW: Science teacher Jay Hoyt dresses as Robert Hooke, the man who discovered cork cells, to teach his lesson. RIGHT: Rachael Murphy, Shannyn Hathcock, and Matt Gordon seem to be having fun while learning how the small intestine works during a lesson on the digestive system. BOTTOM RIGHT: Students check out their grades in Nancy Hawkins' class. Chris Phillips 11 , Dept. Chairman I - Physics ' A , at Chemistry VV t,v V Q V V I, Biology . V 2 A Intro to Chem. ' ' 7 . , Physical Science , ' i f ,gf 4 .V it If ly A Walla Gamoian Earth Science Biology Biology Health Science I f Nancy Hawkins A 4 Y ' , 'I' ' fm-:iai'2Z ' , I , 'v.f aw ,:- . Chemistry ,1rijii"j fi? R, I N96 bra I V' iff . Jay Hoyt n A ,1 7 t If Health Science I "gl Bruce Jeftcoach Health Science Lile Science Ron Koop Chemistry Algebra 82 1 Science De artment Ex ands With the construction of three new buildings, it was easy to overlook the changes in the "old" Science Department. But when the English Department vacated two classrooms in the Science building, a new physics lab was built which Chris Phillips, physics teacher and lab designer, is very high on. "The room has helped improve the learning enviromnent, " said Phillips. "It's very well designed and gives students lots of room to work." ' 'In the future we hope to start entering science fair competitions and the Science Olympiad which will give students opportunities to get involved in science areas, " he said. The Science Department also got a new teacher this year in Jeff Higgins. Several students commented on their science classes. "I like chemistry because I enjoy the teacher." said Jana Crossler. ' 'I think chemistry is the best, " said Jodie Hale. "It seems easier when you have a good teacher like Mr. Phillips." JPY f H i TOP LEFT: Monica Hulsey and Moya Bounds put food into a Zip-lock bag that acts as the stomach in an experiment on the digestive system. LEFT: Lino Quiroz mixes up the food in the stomach fZip-lock bagj to prepare it for the intestines. TOP MIDDLE: Walter Kirklin prac- tices CPR. LEFT: Alvaro Rodriguez checks for a pulse in CPR. ABOYE: Shannyn Hathcock holds the large rntestme as it empties into the small intestine during an experiment to , study the digestive system. I w l as Foreign Language Gets A Kitchen .,,, ..AA, ,,,,..,, i ---'-1-:swf -,-V- :-:-:V:-:f'-:1:f:1:fr+21-:.::::::1:1:::1f:-.:fa:4:Z11111111:sz:2:5:5:5:2:z:z:1:2:sa-1:1:1:Z:i:ZweI:2:215:5:s:5:z:s:2:5:5:51515sw.:1:1:I:.:srs'5:5:5:3:::2:2:5:5:s:s:::.1:15151gfgf:::f:1:Z1:wfffs:an5-1151515151515ig15f.:ff:1:Z:Zuafrrsfgfgfgz5:515151511tg15151:1:1.:Z1::Z:1:1:Q:szafagsgsg5:55gg155ggg5g::1gjggfggggggggfg'gfggg5g5is.5:igEgig555155155:555555535335ggggigggflggggagsgigsgigsg5'E5f555:j ,',' 5555555155igigigsgigaiygfgff15Fgggggfffz,53555.Qg1gg:gg1,ggggff3H. QEQQQQXQQQQJQ'511425555-52555155Q5355555:55E525525555'if:f5f5EEfEfif,fi5 Ask German teacher Rebecca Tietjen what the biggest change was in the Foreign Language Department this year and she will list several, including telephones, computers, duplicating BELOW LEFT: Mike Hart Ctopb, Angie Orr Cmiddlej, and Jennifer Pratt, and Sabrina Alvarado Cbottoml constnlct pinatas for their class. BELOW RIGHT: Candy flies out of the pinata broke open by teacher Donna McFarlane as Desiree Middleton looks on. machines, and a kitchen. While the kitchen may not seem significant to many depart- ments, it is to foreign language teachers who frequently conduct classroom activities designed to teach students about the cultures of people who speak the language. Those cultural activities frequenly involve food, so it is not surprising that such a facility is just the right touch to the new classroom building fail , 'iz 235 rf, fd ff V E Becky Tieijen Sand Dana- Lucho Figallo Juan Garcia Donna McFarlane Dept. Chairwoman Kiniilw Spanish Spanish Spanish 3 German French 84 Vthrth 5 n: H - 'ff' M :px H 'E M ,,,, . , Ii, - " 5 r .1 A " Mike Pace ' ' .M " 7 , Dept. Chairman U.S. History l ,,,, r ' ' A ' A ,, , , 4, I "' " 7 Tony Casares - t ' "" H P , Y Civics , , Jill Haggard World History ..,..,, .gg V ,rrf" A A World Cultures W X If if . .. f iff . - rrrr . , fs O 4 . 'f M:-ffwa , . 4- f ,, . ,,,,,f, l , Y M , . Ar, X iv 1 y f x r ,5 L ,hr, A Jay Kennedy World Cultures Jim Pitkin V yyyyy L, U.S. History r ' World Cultures f:f.iiLf.:S Bob Rankin Drivers Education Geography :aaa M i . W ' if , ,,.. ,. " "" if E an - A - Q - - r .. , - The Social Studies Department, like several others, benefited rom being in a new building this year. "We now have a building that's fantastic, " said Mike Pace, epartment chairman. And what's so fantastic about it? "We're in one building close together and able to share 'deas," said Jim Pitkin, teacher. Sharing of ideas wasn't the only change. "Potentially, one of the biggest changes was the computers. ot only for teacher use, but because of the educational software that's helpful in economics, history, and government," com- mented Pitkin. Students approved of the Social Studies Department for a variety of reasons. BOVE: Congressman Charles "Chip" Pashayan campaigns before ocial studies students in the cafeteria prior to the November election. ashayan was re-elected. "U.S. History AP is the best class because even though it is very hard, I'm leaming a lot and have a good chance at college credit," said Mike Feil, junior. "Western Civilization is the best class because it's an open class and you can relate to everyone and their ideas, " said senior Brenda Daily. 85 RIGHT: Students in Greg Nickols' class practice their computer skills. BELOW: Danny Dingler finishes sanding down his bike frame, preparing it for painting 7mf H Ran ers Become Trailblazers I George Conley MathlScience Social Studies English Sharon Peck Food Social Studies ArtslCralts Bob Tiemens Work Study Fran Lopez Civics Math Health Science Greg Nickols English Job Skills Math Mike Cox Math English Drivers Education Dan Sear English Physical Science Math Ernie Fawkes Reading English P.E. I al' r Z " iw AW' A' M. . ,Wh,,.,, - ,ff , .A ,ffvM,.,v ,V 'Alf ft ,f vf , ,Wi W , 3 , si,4 ' ' ' Z 5,5 Q ,r f , 5' ts 1 2,5 WW. ig .4 K X A , 9 W if f ' Z Z r l an va gm f 5, With the expansion of the Golden West High School campus five teachers and their students previously on the Redwood Rangers campus transferred to the east side of town for a year on Trailblazer turf where they found new classrooms and according to one teacher better sur roundings. Thus, the Special Education Department became eight strong, providing a wide range of classes and activities for its wide of students I I TEACHER AIDES include first row Paula Luna Angela Hernandez L Isaac. Back row Mary Doyle Ellen Smart Kathy Stapleton, and Pat Rhodes YYHR1 HU D LURMIIIIIS New Nlath Building, Too i i . , ,a , 5 A .5 1 . W, in fa! N. if W 1 ' 2 f if ,, . Y 'w .W ,. S g A,,, f ,Vrgr H V. ,,,,, f 5 if ' 7 N ' ,.r: . m, A i A H-, .. f Z,, t x "w.Q H .A A Sharon BFHSOI1 Jess Arriaga Verna Barber Tom Buckley Debt- Chalfmafl Math 1,2 General Math Algebra Algebfa 2 I Algebra Algebra 1 Math 1 . Ca'CU'US Trish Millhouse Geometry Rita Shelton MIK? C3fd028 Algebra 1 Randy Qualls Math 2 T"90n0m9l'Y Geometry Computer Prog. Algebra 1,2 I AIQGE3 Malh 1 Math 2 TOP: Verna Barber explains a proof in her geometry class, one of several in the new math building. ABOVE: Math teachers Sharon Benson and Rita Shelton got into the act on Pajama Day along with student D.J. Ellis and Michelle King. 87 Seth Hum ield E .C U3 .-E 's X BOTTOM LEFT: Joann Ramos gets a work out in the weight room. MIDDLE LEFT: Rick Renteria works on upper body strength in his P.E. class. BOTTOM RIGHT: David Wood enjoys a dive into the Olympic pool during his swimming class. BELOW LEFT: Goalie Jose Dorado blocks a score in indoor soccer. BELOW MIDDLE: Curtis De Millo aims his pitch in softball. RIGHT: Hilda Navarro follows through on her tennis swing. 559353 , ff' tw". Z t 5 I 5 l i S Si: Q . Q1 EFX! 'x awk? -revs r . s l l ww at-f 6--alms . t . , . in W I , ,Y A Q Ely? , , r t 3 . W . 5 Liih I 2 I. ,, ..., fr I E 5 F l -it - A H H H l V- B Z ' B 'Q A 3 ip' V2 W A , , I , 5 3 V. M t. I 7 3 - 12.2, 1 3 I A . ,. ,,., .V e is , ,V Y , 4 gg H . ...f . a.,:l...v ' , A , ' .,, ,V .tg U 1 ' ' , j o . ij ' 1, .Q w-wwf" 4- ' ., , sg: 1, New ., E it 'A ' ' vt" 5 ft ,V t . ' we I ,, -, .' eiiww ,wwf iss , 1. ,.., ,m ,l , :Qif'ijgg rr H f -M-.,....a What's Your Sport? 9 What's your sport? Swimming? Weightlifting? Tennis? Indoor Soccer? Basket- ball? Softball? Dancing? No matter what your sport is, chances are good that you could find it in this year's P.E. program. The P.E. Department attempted to give students a wide variety of classes to select from and to train students in a wide range of activities. With the completion of the Olympic swimming pool and the tennis courts in the last couple of years, the department was to offer a wider range of activities than ever before. But This year, the department implemented a class titled Works, consisting of such activities as dance and jumping Another change came with a new state physical fitness which required a written portion for all sophomores. Despite the fact that P.E. is required for just two teachers struggled with what to do with such large classes enrollment in P. E. was chosen as an elective by many Avila David 5 's 4 E D 88 W few ? W-.?w K Aw L, .,,,, 1 W? 'Y , .M ,I A v , 2' V. .2 V 'WL kmj' 3 1 4 X f-4 . , ,W , My 1 A 1 ,qwzm - , 1 W, mm fi W Af 5lf Wh Wm .A if . 1 W .W 7 Aw ,425 4 RckFnd50Y A H v, 4, ,IZA W n , f f Sw, ,, f ,fv,,, Y ,,, A.,' H ,, Qi Lg ,W ' Q ,ff Y' ff,L, ?!g:?g If , my , , ,,,,', ' We, f W, .- 'gil Wm , .If Y x N fy, 4 W if V L ,-. V , , , B Q ,. QL, , I Students Praise A Teachers 4 Of all the classes you have taken at Golden West High School, what has been your favorite and why? That question was asked of nearly 300 students this year and many of them chose a class in the Agriculture Depart- ment. One of the main reasons for that selection, the students said, was because of the teachers they had in the classes. "Ag classes are the best because the teachers are the best and the program has LEFT: Terry Daily plants some seeds for growing in the greenhouse. BELOW: Mike Whiting works on a project in his Ag Mechanics class with the help of James O'Brien. MIDDLE RIGHT: Debbie Soto and Sabrina Allen work on an arrangement in their Ornamental Horticulture class. BOTTOM RIGHT: Sabrina Allen waters the plants in the greenhouse. a lot going for it. The FFA is like one big family," said junior Tracey Bentley. "Ag l and 2 have been my favorite because I really enjoyed the teacher," said senior Chrisi Cheney. "Ag l is the best because Mr. Shuk- lian is a cool teacher, " replied freshman Suzanne O'Dell. "Ag Mechanics with Mr. Sam is the best because it is interesting and fun," said freshman Marc Watson. Freshman Jon Hall called Ag Science I "the funnest and neatest class I have taken." Junior Marsha Cortes said her Ag classes have been the best because "you not only learn about agriculture, you learn about a lot of other things." And Junior Christe Price selected her Ag 2 class as the best because "It,s fun and I still learn." Carole Delap Dept. Chairman Marriage!ChiId Dev. Consumer Foods Penny Niadna On Your Own Clothing Consumer Home Ec. ABOVE: David Castro escorts Lorena Espinoza during the mock wedding ceremony, part the Marriage and Child Development class. TOP RIGHT: Michelle Fettig inspects a bell pepper as part of a project in her foods class. BOTTOM RIGHT: Students complete evalua- tion forms in the foods class. Photos bv Fred Mason 'z 4 0 T ire LEFT: Shana Snow and Dawn Larkin complete their foods evalua- tion project. BELOW: Students complete the paper work after evaluating a variety of products. u 'sl , Mi, m f '-earn ' '19 SU Merrie G an Q Hum 11 Blair S HS ..,'. I ..... Learning survival skills is usually associated with those who plan on spending several weeks or months in the wilder- ness. But teaching skills to help students smyive in a real life situations after graduation was the main thnist of the Home Economics Department this year. According to some, after all, "it's a jungle out there." Teachers were successful in that goal, according to many of the students. "Marriage and Child Development was my favorite class because it was fun and it helps you realize what's going to happen when we graduate, " said senior Roxanna Fillmore. "Marriage and Human Relations taught me a lot about myself and what I want out of life, " said junior Carin I ack- son. Planning and conducting a wedding, giving birth, raising children, dressing for success, learning to apply make-up, preparing a variety of foods, and learning other practical life skills were emphasized in a variety of classes. The classes apparently had the approval of many students, according to a yearbook survey. "Home economics has the best classes because you get to enjoy helping kids and yourself," said freshman Latisha Williams. "Home Ec with Mrs. Delap is great," said sophomore Heather Thompson. "Foods was my favorite class because we made so many good things to eat and it's fun to cook, " said Yvonne Lara. Dolores Madrigal said Home Ec is "a fun social class." LEFT: Cristena Mauvais gets a lesson and demonstration on make- up application from make-up consultant Katrina Thompson. ,m 93 Learning A Trade L Learning a trade that could ultimately lead to a job and learning skills beneficial in everyday life were emphasized in an updated Industrial Arts Department this year. With the addition of a TCOVE cabinet making class and the purchase of new equipment in several areas, students learned and practiced skills in auto, wood, metal, and mechanical draw- ing classes. "Metal and auto shop classes are great because you learn a trade you can carry with you, " said Mike Bockman, senior. l l TOP LEFT: Nigel Berry begins a woodshop project. TOP RIGHT: Fred Sanders takes a measurement on his woodshop project. Jefggbfrfggorn Megglflaflgflging Rggoiigff MIDDLE RIGHT: Omar Vela works in the auto shop. wood 1B Metal 1,2 ABOVE: Sherman Sartin prepares to lift an engine block in auto shop. .. , Pig. LEFT: Chad Harper works in the metal shop. BELOW: Brandon Morse completes a welding project in metal shop Photos Kevin Brush U 9.5: 8.6 S- ABOVE: Tim Scotchie uses the performance analyzer in his Auto II class. 'MN 95 an BELOW: CUSTODIAN STAFF - Front Row: Melba Staats, Alvaro Serrano, Kristol Graham, Joe Oliveira, Art Lopez, Back Row: Mario Cifuentez, Manuel Nino, Jose Huerta, Carmen Hernandez, Elaine Collins, Lee Hettick, John Robertson, Por- fidio Delgado Cdirectorj. eaeeee i T it .Q rr. A' "" , H 1, V, i 1 Q A rllei , 'F Pete Zel'0LInlarl Jlm Brady Teresa MOMIOH VI0l3 SQFIGOVBI Work Experience AugioN:suaI Aide Aide :rec or RIGHT: CAFETERIA STAFF - Front Row: Dor- ine Warren, Polly Kelch Cdirectorj, Margie Mimms, Barbara Moore, Debbie Miller. Middle Row: Florine Belden, Eileen Anderson, Kay Tonozzi. Back Row: Mil- lie Rayl, Pam Gallian, Georgia Rodriguez. an: L hhffkfillil-q a 553355555 3 :N ai " 'J N35 11, ga: 455 3? 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Agriculture tops with seniors The Golden West High School agri- culture department is one of the largest and most popular on campus. So it's no sur- prise that many seniors say they consider their activities in agriculture and the Future Farmers of America as their most memo- rable in high school. Many seniors, of course, have won many awards in FFA, for animal showings at fairs, on judging teams, and in other competitions. But seniors such as Leslie Rowley say they will remember something else. "The most memorable thing to me was when the FFA had pumpkins for the elementary school and Riverbend. The little kids seemed to really love it," she said. Jennifer Pratt said the national FFA conventions she attended in Kansas City and Washington D.C. will be the most memorable club activity to her while Chrisi Cheney said her agriculture classes are her favorites "because of the teacher." 't 1 fl' CHRIS DORADO JOSE DORADO JR. JOHN DOW KIMBERLY DRAIN MICHAEL DUKE CRYSTAL DUNN SHAWN DUNN BEAU DYCKMAN M MARK DYKSINSKI CANDACE ECKHOFF TIMOTHY ENLOW DANIEL ESCARSEGA -ef 53 Aw-X, X M-1.5 mink '-.. ww Y R 1 DY T' 3' w. ni -K luv fl ,1 v" 'hr 'gahw vi ,, ,wk -Muay ., N5 af 'wb ww, mfg: 'H5,!1 g:g: ngmj., A-., V. .w W 'T vrfx -4? V-. .. .1 .qu A , , A .vfgilielm ,Q ,- " f1, , Um 2 v- ig' ' Mai Black ff, ,iifk -.Aw ' "Rx J? I ff' "i N's . , - I an 5 'Y x X ,M .. ,,.,. ,. . ,RQ V , " W, iw 1 s N W 9 M-if ,, ,Q 4 AF 'V v 57 7 4' W TI EAJ4-wg f Q 'Q x. ., E iggvrp' , , .Ii 2 nh ,ff rj . A X qv N cr P. A s f. '45, , , . , X , At, .A. 1 .- - . if - . N " fi y ... ,A M nts' 4-' k . , y , 1 8 - ww H -. 7, ,E 1?-., .- b' '15, 1 "' Sgvfhfff Z-. :. .- 111 35 "1 5""?f,yM-M fi- -wp: - 'c W 'W Aww ,. ,, MW ' , .. , - ' M, ,p-Mm ' 1 fl Aw. 'V f' . Q 5 ., ' 3 '50 Q: W ,N , 6. iv . fr W. F. , I an .4f'- ., -, . .. , , . 4 . 5 m , 1 x .,.' ' r ,. ,M . A M 'ggi ,, -my '4f1,,,,gW'T' V -1:7 "if" 'I' K 'V W ml' W f J 51. .wr 'V Xu 1. , W Q 13' mf if ,. m1Qf: - 2 - w 'M ' , wmk I A , :gm-. 223 . I V ' f " QI 7 ...,, W., - , 1' P . KE eg - ' . ' --' i N -ix'-Jia.. :sm --r k V A , X , -.Q , K+ v , . ,M ,M Q- , f N mf Y: 35' 4. n iw X 3411-ia., , 4 .,,, ..m,!,,,M 4-1, qi .KI-3, w..,,k .www . km. V-My Most Wild 8t Crazy Mark Moore and Tracie Simpson Class ot '87 selects personality winners The Class of '87, through an election in September, elected 12 students to represent six different personality cat- egories pictured on these pages. The early election enabled the class to purchase extra color pages for the yearbook and to include the winners in the book for the first time. Through the contribution of the senior class and the candy sales, coordinated by senior class advisers Sandy Warren and Kathy Garland, the class was able to provide eight additional color pages for this yearbook. Most Likely to Succeed Biggest Flirt Diane Schnelbach and Spencer Boelter Vicky Weimer and Brent Hobbs 108 ,r ff. H V fy. U , :' , F , ' "" ' jxfi 55" . , .31 ' L ' I 23. 1 '- I w W' - - 4 i , A .fm ' , ,f 5. N ' T l i x r -' . fy . pa N '-D! gym lifes ,, .1 ...J W- mm. Fldfuiff ff v ,.,. Q 'ij if E-sail-4.1 ifiiii E, -Wi 1, 1 , x fi-z' X, '33, fab 3 ' . 235 Aj , 1- ,Heli J' V. 3 9 - 1'1" 51' F3 "' L ' . I S.. fin, M, -f '-N rm .M .-,, ,af -,xg Jr Qin. .xxx .N . , . RW? Li.-xx K ,. " T N ,, A 1 Ai, .-. Y AW ,,, 1. nx xx K A "fu fu ' XX. 'Mx 3 -1... .. ,-...MV . -. f -' F 'Cf' ' ' X 0?-. ' X Hi-:wi ----'- . ,,,,... ,Q-X .Q -1:-,V J , N., ,. A X' H- f "-5 fh F -Q ., v -N R chand Wrlh Q 'F .-gf? iw, Y' Wm 1 Xl' 'Wan cr' 1.1-1- ' , Eff? Im fe '-fm Seniors win float contest LEFT: Wendy Pryor adds her touch to the CSF homecoming float. BELOW: Tim Smith hooks a Maurader on the award-winning homecoming float. Watching the action are Joey Jeffus, Wendy Ulam, Suzanne Buldo, and Kenny Lawson. +I' ,A ' If ':::' 1 at T, S: ' , , L I.. . ' by ay ' Q A C 0. 9 5 ' ' ' ' A af L -V - Seniors won first place in the homecoming float building compeition with a float titled "Hook The Mauradersf' After building the float, the seniors paraded through downtown to Mineral King Bowl for the homecoming game Oct. 10. Homecoming provided a lot of memories for many seniors. ' 'Winning homecoming this year was the most memorable sport- ing event to me because I was a part of it," said Greg Hogan. John Dow said building floats was one of his most memorable moments because "I got another chance to show my school spir- it." And Roland Wood said he won't forget building last year's French Club float. "It was left on the Redwood campus after g the game and they torched it. My if trailer and car were used and I E got to wash them," he said. ,, -iff env-I fi ' ,ii de 5 JEFFREY LAWRENCE KENNETH LAWSON WYLDA LINMAN JOSEPH LOESCHER GERALDINE LOPEZ MELISSA LOSEE CYNTHIA LOWE VICTORIA LUJ AN BERNADETT LUNA SHANA MAGAN MINNA MAHONEN LORIANNE MARCONI 'ir .-GW' ,vi W :V 1452 M KWH ,qw lfE5V'L,1, K WF H1 -45" in '13 4 ? -ao- ?f',:,5s., -'gf . -T +- 0-4- at wwgqgu xi. vi. M ,, as W. Emi' , U vf3ff'A I sf 3sf'AfQ45x:iiS':5g' ' N . . 9, g, A rf Ni. 9,59 ' .k, -up- ., '23 i , adjusts an engine in auto shop. Chris Dorado helps Josef Dorado with a crafts project. R. .wrrr ,: v 44 ard iMrih l.Qfii5f,,-in JL-lf? 3, I - ML--3 'Phi QW' ..f.c.,..... Rich Seniors cite best classes Several seniors told what their favorite classes are in a yearbook survey. "Ad- vanced Composition and Grammar, because of Mr. Wilson," said Jennifer Pratt. "Trig - because Car- doza is cool,', said Steve Richards. "Advanced Biol- ogy - Science is my life and what I plan to do. Jay Hoyt is probably the most significant teacher in my four years here," said Melissa Busby. "Choir is my favorite," said Bernadette Luna. "I love to sing and you learn not only about yourself, you learn about the feelings of others, too, in addition to having the feelings of accomplishment and pride in yourself." PAMELA MOREFIELD CHRISTINA MORELES ANTHONY MORENO CHRIS MORENO TRACY MORENO KIMBERLY MORRIS GINA MURILLO DENISE NAVARRETTE FRANK NETIO MICHAEL NICHOLS DOUG NIEDERREITER KHAM MOUKPHACHANH Senior editors produce award winners Seniors dominated the publication staffs which continued to produce awar winning products in 1986-87. The Pathfinder was rated the best newspaper in the San Joaquin Valley and the staff defended its Valley sweepstakes award at the San Joaquin Valley Scholastic Press Association convention in March. "This group of seniors is the best I have seen on a staff in 10 years of teaching," said adviser Lee Terkelsen Pathfinder editor - Patrick Barr Pathfinder opinion editor - Scott Wyatt us Y .fx aw. MATTHEW NINO DANIEL NUNEZ JOSEPH OATES ANGELA OLIVAS ANGELA ORR JOHN OWEN GEOF PACE SAM PAOLINI DANIEL PARKINSON CHRISTINA PELAIZ CHRISTINE PELTZER YANIRA PENA 114 .M isa ga L 1 ':- JQQWTP 'su' riefzan ' '-2 J' fa J-I., vw vw e gg? mi- -ae if I ' I Q "- eff' Q w e Us it UENEE-W ll' Sunset edltor Wendy Pryor Ny -J NORMA PIERSON ERIC PO'I'I'S JENNIFER PRATI' DOUGLAS PRICE WENDY PRYOR CHUCK PRZYBYLSKI CASSANDRA QUEEN PATRICK QUINN JEFF RACHAL HARVEY RAMIREZ MOISES RAMIREZ SABRINA RAMOS 115 ' -4ll-- 1 -un. i T 1-qv 1. MW,...'ef I N . , '7' --5 al A' J' W 1 ,,.,. -N -" V "T ij .:ff3 fy Ek ? .g W 'f QW K, """" .. A' -' ,M L . 4 .--' ' ' 'Q W -- .- +., M ,.,,. ,, . 4 ,fk, H+. I! JZ? A ' vgmw. f Ev.. F: 59- wxv N, FTW: aff 4 .- 1 J ef A Q mv' ' Y . 'Qu Pai' '1' 1 rw 5 A'-X. ', fa .. 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Class of '87 soon to be Class of '91 When the Class of '87 graduates this week, many of them will return to freshmen sta- tus again and become the Class of '91 on a university or college campus. Applying for scholarships, taking entrance tests, and filling out college entrance forms was a major pan of being a senior for those who plan to continue their education. In Octo- ber, a representative from the University of California system assisted students in com- pleting college entrance forrns during a session in the Career Center. JASON THORNBERG MELYNDA THURMAN KARA TRAPP EUGENIA TRUJILLO PAULA TURNER TERRY TURNER ARNOLD VALENCIA ALYSA VERISSIMO JULIAN VERVER PAMELA WALKER STEPHEN WALSTON C119 LAURA VAN GRONINGEN Q x fu 1 :Wg I L , J fa. E - fs . if .mf V gum.. Z "I wz v ,f ,iw ' 2 4 MK x 1'YL-' gf - f M. s fi' 5 " c,-AQQWEV ,. K A L wwf - E175 '-Q . -2- .ml Bu. , 'J-w' ,K kj? ' 5 f ' 'f v, ,, if F V ., 1 'w F f-pf ,5- I pbbbbbblabjwwv-I-',,..i u PJPJPJPZDZDJ: Varsity runners win area, YL titles for first time Led by senior Jeff Rachal and backed up by seven other strong runners, the varsity boys' cross country team won the West Yosemite League and Area championships together for the first time in the schoolis eight year history. The WYL title came Nov. 7 at Hanford's Hickey Park when Jeff ran the three-mile course in 16:05 followed by Richard Nunez f16:16J, Saul Rodriguez C16:35J, Jorge Sanchez f16:37J and Eddie Hernandez C16:55J. A week later the team won the Area championships, again paced by Jeff and Richard. Prior to the final meets and a 10th place finish in Northern California, the Trailblazers won every WYL meet, including the city meet for the first time. The team defeated cross-town rival Mt. Whitney, a powerhouse in cross country for seveal years, by one point in the city match and four points in the Area race. FAR RIGHT: Jeff Rachal and Rich- ard Nunez, the powerhouse of the var- sity cross country team, display the V l H 6, Area championship trophy to the home a 11 " gs if war crowd at the football game. RIGHT: Members of the champion- Q s. ship cross country team are introduced at a home football game. They are Jeff Rachal, Richard Nunez, Daniel Nunez, Saul Rodriguez, Jorge San- chez, Eddie Hernandez, Robert Bil- vado, and Chris Moreno. BELOW: Boys' cross country team members are, front row, Marcos Rodriguez, Richard Nunez, Jaime Chavez, Gene Fischer, Eddie Hernan- dez, Lino Quiroz, Charles Clark, Ramiro Meza. Back row: Coach Diana Narahara, Jorge Sanchez, Robert Bil- vado, Chris Moreno, Daniel Nunez, Saul Rodriguez, Rene Poblano, Ken Walker, Jeff Rachal, Justin Stoner, Coach Jess Arriaga. at ,,,., M' li" '? LEFT: Justin Stoner races through Cutler Park in the Golden West "v"rf 1' Cross Country Invitational. BELOW: Eddie Hernandez has apparently lost his shoe as he runs near Rene Poblano in the Golden West Cross Country Inviational ,IX ,,"l' -.-D. Charles Clark .wtf- M- at Rndenou LEFT: Chris Moreno races through Cutler Park in the Golden West Invitational at Cutler Park. MIDDLE: Jaime Chavez runs through the thick sand of St. John's River during the Golden West Cross Country Invitational. RIGHT: Jorge Sanchez races at Cutler Park. Brian Flidenour Brian Ridenour 4- H . Zee ' Mu-Um "3A"""ip4 N 'J""'N'L'ox'0'Q-4-'yu-u-. C K X l Becky paces girls' team Freshman Becky Petty paced the girls' cross country team to second place finishes in the West Yosemite League and in the Area contest this year. Becky clocked a 19:47 in the three-mile WYL race at Hickey Park in Hanford to win the indi- vidual championship. She also clocked an 18:54 run to win the Area individual cham- GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Front: Valerie Vicarra, Jennifer Tracy. Back: Coach Area race Narahara, Becky Petty, Shelia Balderarna, Melissa Thomas, Darlene Goss, Coach Jess pionship. Syliva Franco placed 10th in the KAI' X. ,X X7 M 'Lf' Wrumg 37? 'r-3 r-fm' MM V Becky Petty ln the Golden along the leaf-lined Cutler Park during the Golden West Invit Westtwl dx zzgtxxfiytlarcliark. VJ x x al-if ltdfiixf 67 Gif- - ,r - T tpell ou wie Jfgcalfifilclfvawg 50 if O03 wffffite tile? availed. .er 1 Q N , f-.4 xg., . Q ,, if is gl, V N we fr' ,. al... pn 'W 'N .,, JZ roads ational wi 1 1 if ff Q tt at it LL1' , V ' L,,L. ,Q W rd -.Q ,im ,, i W' , ,,,- ,. , 4 " , ,,'-, 'W' , WW- .Wit ttt VIVVVM I I J -wg 'W f ,a f ' ' ,331 , 'gl Randy Levensaler Polo pugtsttonl l surprising show Nowhere in sports was a bigger change made than in this year's Trailb azer varsity waterpolo team. Unable to garner many wins in previous seasons, the team contested for the West Yosemite League championship up until the final game, taking second place in the league for the first time in the school's history. It was also the first team to represent Golden West in the Valley playoffs, though the team lost the first playoff game to Exeter- After the dual season was over, the Trail- blazers were tied for first place in the West Yosemite League. The dual match season brought plenty of excitement as the Trail- blazers defeated both Redwood and Hanford high schools for the first time in the school's history. The 10-8 victory over cross-town rival Redwood came Oct. 7 in the Trailblazer ool. P Going into the WYL toumament with just two league losses, the team lost to Mt. Whit- ney in the final game to finish in the second place spot. Rick Johnston, who scored 45 goals in 26 games, received the All- American award and Pat Quinn, who scored 80 goals, earned Most Valuable Player honors. Bryan Shirk was named the best defensive player and Mike Bockman received the Coach's Award. LEFT: Goalie Bryan Shirk, defensive player of the year, goes up to block a goal in the Trailblazers' victorious season. BELOW: Front: Rick Johnston, Brent Hobbs. Middle: Richard Kennedy, Mike Bockman, Bryan Shirk, Mike Feil. Back row: Luis Figallo, Greg Borrud, Pat Quinn, Dan Maughan, Tom Homburg, Coach Ben Blank- enship. Players credit new coach Ask the water polo players what caused the season to turn into a victo- rious one and they'll tell you the new coach. Sporting water polo shirs imprinted with a Big Ben clock and the phrase, "Our Time Has Come," team members praised Coach Ben Blank- enship. "Our coach is the major factor in the victory," said player David Benc after the first defeat of Redwood High School. That statement echoed the one made by many players ABOVE: New Coach Ben Blankenship cheers his team to victory. TOP RIGHT: Luis Figallo fires past his oppo- nent in the season's opening home game. MIDDLE: Mike Feil and Richard Kennedy assit Bryan Shirk in defending the goal. RIGHT: Patrick Quinn goes over the top of his Porterville opponent. 126 22. R JE .aw - 'MJ' n Brush Hum Kev 5 43 E 3 I LEFT: Richard Kennedy passes the ball for an assist. BELOW: Mike Bockman, winner of the Coach's Award, defends the ball against his opponent. X .f ' A--,, W, , , , REX M W "ww I .,,,, , . 'ff Hu-as '- -it , M www . ,e.a.,,, V I M , -qssamm K k M ,Fava-'fe CNA " ff - 4 iff ,,,, eflww W A' I, I Jw V, H IVIVV N L: ,f f N F L ,Q My 1 M . , 'iii .., ye.. 'M Q- Hai: f l. L 2 W L , + k M we A ,,,,,. K, fry fpz ww 5' PM ' 4 ,,, , Q f 'Y ,ww --Q f A f N W" ' " - v5f"":. ' paw :wp , , aw at M 4 ab - j"?:N'j 'vp' , , VVI I, V I Q V ,I ,A V , W- ,,,,, ,H I at A -' 1 ' - ' ,A nz, V' ,Y awry 6 ' M ,M at ' W ' A till. '- f Q H at I I I Aja Q If ,,, 'dm 4 ,avff , M H '. if W. WM , 1- f ' z , ,s ff! W Q wi ' ' .5 ' wa, ' e'r?I f - , . MM' WEN Hzkzliwfi F" ' IYJQ-aff' G A 1 .t,,v', ,yi ,1' ' " f ,: ,Lf-1 ,, ' VIQIWE. , -1' ' fi "'V 'f 1 ,Y V r I . ., x a"" VV h J ,cl , -my -.f .51 A JQ1 fa ' ' 3 , .if ff4W-.Q ,U A. .. 'F' K , , 1' M' A 2- +V ,ff ,,,,, A - IJ " it wmW',,:"1 ,U ,, ,WMM k,Lf' , f s,,gz,,yiZII"g,:'1fw Q,,, f A A . M' 'W' 'Bmw 'V' ,..."'1Qs.a Mt, M V 'L' ,-.V, W M., , wmv ywef -' ye ' .5,m1f45""""'mA. my 'W' MIDDLE: Brent Hobbs plays agressive water polo. LEFT: Rick Johnston attempts to steal the ball away from his opponent. ABOVE: Mike Feil prepares to set up a play for the Trailblazers. E 127 y Levensaler 'Randy Levensaler O fx -' J 'fyf' 'he fiiij Qfxt, v S2 I C411 3 y fp i . -9 l- f ' f l t to ff if to 1 JU. ti W f Cflnlk- hifi" Xen" ffil. ,mx 'f'afwjt.f.-tif gpg" my iv, ,, f f-1,7 ixjklf K A I i KONE .gd T. ' X f xQK'KU f' if G! Uk ' Qs. IU .f Q figffein 4A1Q,7Qff fljdffif 42' J.V. WATER POLO - Front: Seth Teter, Randy Levensaler. Back: Kevin Downes, Jeff Nichol, Rodney Johnston, Nick Weibell, Scott Woolley, Brad Ren- zelman, Paul Shirk, and Chris Wilson. 'W-1-nm aa ,,,f , I.. 5 K Amee: M. Mm 5 J.V. takes 3rd The junior varsity water polo team took third place in the West Yosemite League for its best ever WYL finish. Brad Renzelman won the Most Valuable Player Award. RIGHT: Mark Crane blocks a shot from his Sanger opponent. ABOVE: Kevin Downes prcpars to pass the ball over his Sanger opponent. 128 f "" 'fi' . . , o , mf .31 L f., ,.,, 1.1,-W df' ,:wg ,,gg1 ,, w vt, ' fivfffpn-G , Q ' A M A 7. W ' ,, , :., ..,: A V, ,, , . Vi 5 ykir Q E, . ,nmbwwp .lp ii: I I ' '.f' 1 . . , ,V A W ' i ,,.. , www' , ...sh We W z 3. ., F lu Q2 u f,-'ag' ' 'tx' u M, 1 wma X 7 ,2, i vin,-LA Mama D sg if x . . 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Jason, tight end, was named to the first team offense while defensive back Rick Lantxip made the defenseive unit. Jeff Lawrence, John Dow, and Greg Merritt were named to the second team defense. Receiving honorable mention for the offense were Darin Rector, Chris Hughes, John Bratsch, and Matt Nino. Defensive honorable mention play- ers were James Omos, John Owen, and John Senn. RIGHT: John Owen, with assistance from Matt Nino, makes some yardage during the Trailblazer homecoming victory against Monache. A BELOW: Shawn Minugh attemps to get through the linein the homecoming football game. BOTTOM LEFT: Jason Thornburg gets by a defender as another one waits in the homecoming football victory. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mike Dirker escapes a tackle in the Trailblazer victory over Reedley High School. ,g .51 Q , ws 7 img' 4 A ' Elf ,f 'A k 4 N W' ,f ' xi 8:0 4 an 44 f 4. . W , Qgnydrf , E, ,, ,, X, gpm 4 'H Win A K Anawunmw .Q-wwf H if. mir aff ,s',.. N55 Q Qin A , . ..- I . W, 19 ' tri- Q x s . K s w. 'ig '11 . fawxxl, o X ' va J .a ,J 'D .,,,f nl f ,. 4 i ln, I, Q 5 . H F , W ,, A , ,,,, ,V ,,,, W M5965 I- 3 'ff' Tuff, V-ml f ff f, 'Q' , ,K ,J ,RXW l , ,XX M in H 5 W Q A Q. 1' 'Z' 41 l. - .. Sl TOP: The freshmen football team includes Donnie Cox, Dasha Nixon, Brett Rocha, Chris Duerksen, Greg Hat- ten, Prema Zipp, Richard Christenson, Erik Pryzblyski, Joe Sedillo, Bryan Gunther, Joe McGovran, Brian Ceder- borg, Sean Bardonnex, Wal- ter Porter, Matt Gordon, Jesse Navarette, Garitt Dav- idian, Sudar Lindberg, Jim Winn, Mike Rowley, Wyatt Alter, Charles Peltzer, Shan- non Simpson, Gabe Ortega, Chad Harper, Jeff Calaway, Marcial Morales, Terrell Hammond, Matt Lee, Robbie Ramos, Jordy Foster, Steve Marcom, Damon Maurice, Gabriel Magana, Scottie Polk. TOP LEFT: Scottie Polk grabs a pass against Mona- che. BOTTOM LEFT: Gabriel Magana, and Mike Rowley get into the action against Monache. 5 LEFT: Damon Maurice is scores a touchdown for the -8 Trailblazers against North ,gg High School. Frosh post 4-6 mark The freshmen football team posted a 4-6 overall mark in competition during the 1986 season. Most Valuable Player awards went to Sean Bardonnex, Mike Rowley, and Damon Maurice. An offensive award went to Marcial Morales while Jordy Foster earned the defensive award. Prema Zipp won the Coach's Award. E E 133 Varsity volleyball breaks even at 5-5 Golden West High School's varsity volleyball team came away from West Yosemite League action with as many wins as losses in 1986. "Overall, we had a great season, " said Coach Dorothy Collins. ' 'We played every team really well. " The highlights of the season included a fourth place finish in the Visalia Invitational and a win over power- house Tulare Union High School, the first such win in Trailblazer history. Nicole McGivern won the All-American award and Lorianne Marconi was given the Most Valuable Player award. The Most Inspirational Award went to Wendi Putman and Andrea Atladottir won the Most Improved Player trophy. Several players had praises for their coach. "She made us work. She was a good coach. She stressed team unity and that helped us a lot," said Laura Van Groningen RIGHT: Lorianne Marconi digs the ball against Redwood. Sandy Slover digs the ball under the eye of Rhonda Woodward passes the ball to set up a spike Rhonda Woodward. Nicole McGivern sets the ball up for a spike Photos by Rick Findley 134 'Q ' QQ as TOP: Front: Coach Dorothy Collins, Wendi Putman, Holly Couillard. Middle row: Lorriane Marconi, Sandy Slover, Marsha Cortes, Beth Christcnson. Back row: Rhonda Woodward, Kristen Lorentzen, Michelle Hash, Nicole McGivern, Laura Van Groningen, Andrea Atladottir. LEFT: Michelle Hash spikes the ball against Mt. Whitney. ABOVE: Marsha Cortes returns the ball to her opponents. 5 rig, E an l- ! 1: O l- JV volleyball scores 10 wins The junior varsity volleyball team had three more wins than losses in 1986 under coach Terry Geiger. Though 3-7 in league, the team posted seven victories in preseason to come up with the 10 victories. The Most Valuable Player award went to Christie Smith while Stefani Floyd was given the Most Inspirational award. Tanya Riemann earned the Most Improved award. TOP: From left to right: Laura Webb, Erin Johnston, Tanya Reimann, Jackie Curtis, Loree Oliveira, Becky Wilson, Keri Curtis, Stefani Floyd, Christie Searcy, Amy Boelter and Coach Terry Geiger. 136 -.v A ,wmnuvlwfn Frosh-Soph best ever The Frosh-Soph volleyball team finished the 1986 season with its best record ever at ll-5. And for the first time in its history, it didn't finish the West Yosemite League com- petition with a losing record. The team broke even at 5-5. The highlights included beating Hanford in Hanford and defeating Lemoore twice. Kerri Couillard was the Most Valuable Player while Missy Marconi was the Most Improved. Susie Bockman won the Most Inspirational trophy. aw ,pf f TOP: First row: Missy Marconi, Susan Bockman. Second row: Rosanna Alvarado, Catherine Lobato, Lori Richards. Third row: Maria Suarez, Stephanie Athy, Rocio Barajas. Fourth row: Jeni Bullock, Jennifer Ribeiro, Coach Tami Towsley, Michelle Lujan. Back row: Devon Singh, Kerri Couillard. 5 137 v, - - gm M A I -a Y A Q e A akin' 411, 1 A N X 4 fi LX qu, x ww fl 3 in ' . - , I LW, , X VL vmmw N 'wifi Q' f ,t "- G 'ff' 1' 3353 Q X , 9 1 T V ,, , m X Q Vi, 1: A 1 ggi! X my If Q Z A 'ml :X m.,, K X f 4 Q xx F A N K H I ' ' -ig ik' , , V' 4 , . 7' 7- ,fl , 31 'M g fl Q X f , '4 L f ' U54?'7,f 4 LEFT: Dan Gamulao, undefeated in the WYL, takes down his Reedlcy opponent on his way to another victory. BELOW: Mike Nuckols does an ankle pick before his Reedley oppo- nent falls to his stomach. yy, ,mm J. E' o 4 ' af , 4 P 8 .W sf. I : E I . M, Y m , - m If 1- MIDDLE LEFT: City champ Sam Niebank gets the advan- tage against his opponent at the start of the match. MIDDLE RIGHT: Team captain Mike Bockman gets in a awww SIKHCC. ' E LEFT: John Dow drives his Redwood opponent into the mat. 2 ABOVE: Del Pegan puts his opponent in an awkward posi- 5 tion as he prepares to score some points. 139 ,, if -J M Q' W: f ,Ng ' X 3553? X 7 Y' WRHSU am, BKXLEES ww mia' KK MFI MDF! . V, , X A , 'f9"-D-vm-ny... . I ",. """"""'-'v--A--..... -n J Q ,... I B.. 5 ,IS ALLEY RUNNER-UP SOCCER CHAMPIONS - Front: Jeff Lawrence. Second Row: Rick Bento, Curt Rose, Fernando Cibrian, Ken awatsky, Kenny Lawson, Raul Franco, Mario Romero, Gabriel Rivas. Third Row: Coach Ernie Fawkes, Paul Ermie, Adam Swift, David oopes. Back Row: Spence Uota, Keith Sheldrick, Edgar Mendez, Dennis Goss, Mark Chamberlin. OH SO CLOSE. Varsity soccer second in the Valley With 22 wins and just two losses, the varsity soccer team made it to the Valley championship finals to take on the undefeated team from West Bakersfield High School Feb. 24. Tied 1-1 at the end of regulation play, the team was defeated by West High 2-1 in overtime, giving the Trailblazers a second place finish in the Valley. The tight game was symbolic of the season the Trailblazers had, with many of their games decided by one point and seven games in overtime. To reach the finals, the team placed second in the West Yosemite League, behind first place Redwood High School which was the only team to defeat the Trailblazers. As the second place 32 .2 0 4: rn .x: az m X WYL representa- tive, however, the Trail- blazers had a tough playoff schedule. The first game came against Edison High School of Fresno, previ- ously ranked as the best team in the Valley. The Trailblazers' 3-2 over- time victory against Edi- son came with a shoot- out because the score was tied after regulation LEFT: WYL Offensive Player of the Year Gabriel Rivas controls the ball in the Valley championship game. Mark Chamberlin .9 E 5 Q play and the overtime period. Gabriel Rivas, named the best offen- sive soccer player in the WYL, scored both goals for the Trailblazers in regulation and one in the shootout. With Edison out of the way, Golden West had another tough oppo- nent in Delano High School. The Blazers defeated Delano 5-3 in Mineral King Bowl to advance to the Valley playoffs. "This is a team people will remember," said Coach Fawkes. 141 All-league players lead Trallblazers The first athletic team to reach a Valley playoff in Golden West's eight-year history, the varsity soccer team was lead by six seniors who earned West Yosemite League honors. Gabriel Rivas was named the Offesive Player of the Year in the WYL while Ken Lawson earned the title of All-League Goalie. Jeff Lawrence made the All-League team and was a three-year starter. Second team All-League honors went to Rick Bento, Dennis Goss, and Paul Ermie. ,M,,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, y is y it l ...--az-.magnum 'iligil R' ' ' -fl-'-gi 4 Wm----mr,-an n in "'9""":t' W Ill mint: l l i V 't 3213 TOP RIGHT: Javier Loza takes con- trol of the ball in the Valley title game. TOP LEFT: Ken Sawatsky attempts to steal the ball from West High. ABOVE: Paul Ermie plans his offen- sive strategy in the Valley champion- ship game. RIGHT: Keith Sheldrick catches his West High School opponent off guard. fl 2+ ' ff Q, A , ,, -1 A f , ,V N N , W WM, , I 'MQ 4! 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A, With a 6-4 record, the boys' junior varsity basket- ball team placed third in the West Yosemite League. The team was 12-8 overall. Coach Mike Brock cited five players for their out- standing play. They included Bubby Morse, the team's leading scorer and most valu- able player with 188 pointsg team captain Jorge Rodri- guez, for his ball handling skills and 138 total points, center and team captain Chris Swanberg, the team's leading rebounderg Damon Maurice, the only freshman on the JV squad and 105-point scorer, and Derrick Porter, for his rebounding skills. FAR LEFT: Team co-captain Chris Swanberg, the team's leading rebounder, shoots for two. LEFT: Team co-captain Jorge Rodriguez passes the ball around the court. Photos by Keith Sheffield V BASKETBALL - Front row: Jorge Rodriguez, Eric Nelson, Rafael Carrillo, Jason ennedy, Eric Glispey. Middle row: Bubby Morse, Don Conner, Brad Bryan, Cash orris, Damon Maurice. Back row: Derrick Porter, David Jones, Coach Mike Brock, ohn Madruga, Chris Swanberg. 145 A Poly trophy for Blazers Posting a 10-13 overall record, and a 3-7 mark in the WYL, the highlight of the varsity basketball season came in the Poly Wilhelmsen Tournament during Christmas vacation. Dropping the first game to Monache High School, the Trailblazers defeated Corcoran, Reedley and Exeter to win the consolation title. The consolation title marked the first time a Trailblazer team has won a trophy in the Poly Wilhelmsen Toumament and the first time a Trail- blazer player, Chris Dorado, made the All- Tournament team. Chris, who tied the school record of 25 points per game twice, was also named to the All-League team. Doug Hoopes made the second team and John Bratsch and Jason Thornburg received hon- orable mention honors. RIGHT: Counter clockwise from bottom: John Bratsch, Eddie Hernandez, Couch Rex Robertson, Doug Hoopes, Kevin Jeffries, Tim Williams, Manager John I-Iall, Rick Johnston, James Billingsley, Dan Hol- comb, Allen Nearing, Chris Dorado, Rick Johnson, Tim Smith, Shone De Large and Jason Thornburg. t 1' -.tmvidn ICQ T 4 g--w...-oh V-t ABOVE: Leading scorer Chris Dorado scores two more for the Trailblazers. MIDDLE: Trailblazers wait for the rebound against Monache. FAR RIGHT: Dan'Holcomb shoots for two 146 .4 ogf X ! W. :f LEFT: John Bratsch concentrates from the free-throw line. MIDDLE: Allen Nearing aims for an 0 extra point from the free-throw line. 5 RIGHT: Doug Hoopes dribbles down S2 court. E . 0 1 if .C LEFT: Jason Thornburg scores two points for the Trailblazers. MIDDLE: Allen Nearing takes down a rebound against Monache. RIGHT: Kevin Jeffries goes for a layup before he is fouled by his Redwood opponent. 147 Frosh win 12 The freshmen basketball team started off the season with a 10-3 record, but only managed a 2-8 record in the West Yosemite League to finish at 12-11. Brett Rocha, the leading scorer, was named Most Valuable Player. Co-captains were Jeff Calaway, cited for his aggresiv- ness, and Scottie Polk, the leader in assists. Coach Andy Vidak also cited players Matt Lee as the top rebounder, and Brian Ceder- borg as the best free throw shooter. "The kids took on the task of playing without other key players that moved up or away and showed that they can play and assume leadership," said Vidak. TOP RIGHT: FRESHME?-I TEAM MEMBERS - Gerson Vane Richard Dyt, Jeff Cal- away, Brett Rocha, Brian Ceder- borg, Coach Andy Vidak, Matt Lee, Scottie Polk, Steve Martin, Joe Sedillo, and Gabriel Luna. Photos Brian Flidenour JV girls' basketball Front row: Roseanna Ficrro, Marice Richards, Lori Richards. Back row: Jacque Curtis, April Strange, Coach Kevin Tilley, Keri Curtis, Fran- cisca Grajeda. if fi fa if 5" r 404 'I ff' M33 an-1 Oaffffgf,-fi 92'55L"'i2!s 5-10?-OFTPB' 0..0n4 F "' aamaam Q' m..g,-1,11 o 0 ,,, 2g,Dmb0g:a :"1F3'U'goO1-4 s"2'1',w N E az: 'SEE !"x'O gun FJ' 3355 :r -1,,,s-' 0 E3 :rag 25 S' 20 Qin' Brian Ridenour .L -D CD L V P , W , if , f, ZW V' 1 K: ggiyr 'lsffft - an Nicole, Lorianne lead Traillolazers With just one win in the West Yosemite League and a 4-18 record over- all, it may at first seem that a season is a failure. That's not the case, however, with the varsity girls' basketball team which Coach Bill Bree called "excellent to work with" and credited the team for "always giving their best effort." Two players broke records during the season. Nicole McGivern set an all-time career scoring mark of 719 points and set a season scoring mark of 234 points. 1 '-f 'ef ' iff' of -be ,- V 3 Nicole, the co-captain, was a four- year varsity starter. Co-captain Lorianne Marconi was tabbed by Bree as the Practice Player of the Year and set a school record for free throws made in one game, five of five in one game and seven of eight in another. Nicole was named to the All-League team while Marsha Cortes made the sec- ond team. Loriamie eamed an honorable mention in the All- League team selec- tion. Q A. ' ..- opponent. TOP LEFT: Lorianne Marconi passes the ball past her Lemoore LEFT: Kelly Richmond leaps for control of the ball against Lemoore. ABOVE: Leading scorer Nicole McGivern shoots for two more against Lemoore in her record-setting season. 151 - Varsity baseball RIGHT: Rick Lantrip lead the Trailblazers to an early season 6-1 record, including a 22-2 thrashing of Lemoore High School in the opening game of the West Yosemite League season. His power with the bat provided many thrilling moments, including a pair of home runs in a pre-season game with Tulare Western. One of those homeruns flies off the bat in the photo at right. BELOW: The ace of the Trailblazers, Larry Fishburn, fires a strike against the Tulare Western Mustangs. Larry won all of his pre- season starts and was the winning pitcher in the 22-2 WYL opener against Lemoore. I li Q VARSITY BASEBALL - Front Row: Manager Lupe Avina Tim Thornburg Rick Lantrip Jim Billingsley Kevin Jeffries Dan Hol Williams, Chris Hughes, Joe Swope, Mark Chamberlin John Senn comb Larry Fishburn Greg Hogan Steve Richards Head Coach Tom Greg Merritt, Rick Bento, John Owen, Danny Escarsega John Buckley Bratsch. Back Row: Coach Tim Ainley, Coach Bobby Felts Jason 152 if -f 5, , 1 fwffw S ,, ,, t . , , I fr, 1' , , . . , pg- - W ,N ,M fygv 'ixf f f, 'gf- ,pw x - i z MLM. 1, , ,l.,,,f?35fi.w X Y M. S www ,W V. A ' 4 - 'ugmb K Z ,. I 45 -.M- W Awww ,..m...,,2, A K, 54- .' X M. ,.....L'.-4, Lv-4-gf V" 7f'S215,,,,,, 5- f , . .. YJ 3 35 2 "rf " gf, 1 f ,, 1'1,,i1,Q , I 1 W. 44 I 4 I ,fi . , . K1 1' L H , ,. . 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"5 1, ML" ' k rf, f ,, , ,, Q, 7 , 3-m5a3,Vf9n,, W,W,, , M ,, as fn W A? x V Q xx Hx J im it , ,,,f K 57,21 A H , K ' f' Mfm v , M ' M, h W, W px ,, ,M - .. ua.. 6 fu 'D I K I Q? , in ' 'c K Q we " , W IWW' Jw . , Qf' ,.,. -63bJ2Iww Varsity softball RIGHT: Front Row: Sandy Slover, Michelle Hash. Middle Row: Melissa Marvin, Alisa Semperger, Loree Oliveira, Becky Wilson. Back Row: Jacque Curtis, Lorianne Mar- coni, Rhonda Woodward, Leslie Rowley, Deanna Mosley, Denise Navarrette. BOTTOM RIGHT: Deanna Mosley fires a strike against the opposition. BELOW: Sandy Slover beats the throw to first base. 156 ' ,1 I 4 zz A f , , , ,m fa 14" ' ii ' E ,,,, H5 4, ,, I ill 7 ig I ' ,,,, lr , 7? V' , ' 5 H V o a, , 44 X 2 W 1 ,, W 'K 0, H 'L if ' 7' 'ii' - M W m, az, 'Q .nf N Photos by Fred Mason and Seth Hum LEFT: Becky Wilson slides into homeplate, dislodges the ball from the catcher and scores a Trailblazer run. LEFT: Alisa Semperger races down the first base line following a base bit. ABOVE: Kelly Richmond swings for a single in a pre-league softball game. 157 Vav. 5-,. ,., ,M-.. - -V -M..wsmf.-f- w , t"l1.zQ!711i uk 3 M? . f ' A i A ' , xgg, v V ,u,, 1 , H X Q , QV? ' .53 mwm- f Wg, ' K f N 2' ,ff 3' . 9 ,A-1 I r"""' .i W., , 1 ,k ..au.,b-yn-U, . 5 V rw A 1 K , 44 , Q Y-11 M, as , X fm ' ,yg:ff'MivW' " 1 W O .V utnqi was-r Track FAR LEFT: Richard Nunez hands the baton to Jeff Rachal in the 4-mile relay, won by the Trailblazers in the Pioneer Relays March 14. LEFT: Marci Richards goes for the distance in the long jump at the Pioneer Relays. MIDDLE - BOYS' TRACK: Front Row: Jeff Raehal, Jaime Chavez, Lino Quiroz, Marcos Rodriguez, Rene Poblano, Saul Rodriguez, Dan- iel Nunez, Julius Jones, Kermit Stevens, Richard Wilkinson, Richard Nunez, Tim Stokes, Ramiro Meza. Back Row: Coach Mike Cox, Coach Juan Garcia, Steven Mayfield, Eddie Hemandez, Joshua Vandaele, Brian Cederborg, Jerry Cole, Jon Henson, Justin Stoner, Ken Walker, Mike Korhonen, Robert Bilvado, Frank Casner, Mike Vicenti, Coach Diane Narahara, Coach J ess Arri- aga. BOTTOM - GIRLS' TRACK: Front Row: Cyn- thia Hartman, Sunny Ruiz, Wendy Ulam, Dar- lene Goss, Jennifer McMillan, Kyla Pannell, Sabrina Cantu, Teresa Daily. Middle Row: Renee Reeves, Karen Tootle, Becky Petty, Jeni Bul- lock, Robin Fairchild, Marcie Richards, Cynthia Daily, Minna Mahonen, Rosanna Fierro, Brenda Daily. Back Row: Coach Mike Cox, Coach Diane Narahara, Coach Juan Garcia, Coach Jess Arriaga. W -rf JI, f.,+2f'M'L"!:L ff J 7 ' IP ,fftdvfefx-i,a,. B '35, K 'Q' '16 af' "K, 'J 4, , wif-'A f I' N. , , ' 1 ,, M , , ,f M"3i,fl A L nw' ,I l? f u x - , ,4 4 . M -4 Lpangv- .if ,wgn ,pw J JS 1 v 0 . ' .Mk ? 15 'lu z "W fy '1:l"lW Ag , , - f 'N rdgyw, W ,V X V 3' , . ,, 7 , l"A W. W , gif? ffu ' , an 'V 1 A 1 E3-4 ak- 0 f www A v A . L- f LEFT: Jon Hansen compete in the triple jump during the Pioneer Relays in the Mineral King Bowl. MIDDLE LEFT: Rosanna Fierro leaps in the long jump in the Pioneer Relays. MIDDLE RIGHT: Brian Cederborg jumps the hurdles in the 330 during the Pioneer Relays. FAR RIGHT: Rene Poblano races in the Pioneer Relays. -if ' 'Q . " K 1 ' E I . ,xv - x. m '- , -V , I jig- M." Z 1 'JI' '. x t r F '- . , C , , A - . ,, . Z ,Q , ,.4 , , A .Q . W . . . V Ml, ,V ' ., ...:,- L , ' 'Q ' ' P ' :if 4 -'lun . .A A ,,.j me -- My I y ,,, i 'Q Q 1' Ii, X it .' 1 a ,, 74 K' I w . ,Q f , , . ' 3975" 'W . fr. LEFT: Jenny McMillan passes the baton to Carrie Tootle during the relay at the Pioneer Relays. ABOVE: Ken Walker clears the hurdles during the Pioneer Relays. Photos M-nn,-. Steve Mayfield 161 Swimming TOP - VARSITY SWIMMERS: Front Row: Tricia Phipps, Susie Boekman, Debbie Baughman, Missy Matthews, Karena Szakala Melissa DeJusto, Cathy Brook- houser, Laura Webb, Missy Mar- coni, Holly Brown, Devon Singh, Michelle Schelling, Kelley Brown, Kirsten Armstrong, Amy Avila, Erin Johnston, Julie Mandella, Amy Boelter, Jana Crossler, Kim Whyte. Back Row: Coach Dorothy Collins, David Pigg, Charlie McLain, Kevin Downes, Randy Levensaler, Riek Johnston, Teddy Trapp, Mark Crane, Richard Kennedy, Brad Ren- zelman, Mike Feil, Bryan Shirk, Greg Boxrud, Mike Boekman, Scott Branscom, Rodney Johnston. TOP RIGHT: Kirsten Armstrong and Devon Singh dive off the blocks in a meet against Exeter. MIDDLE: David Pigg heads off the block during a race against the Exe- ter Monarchs. BOTTOM: David Pigg races in the butterfly against Exeter. I Photos bv ,, Thomas Hornburg JEWS, ' and ' Kevin Brush 162 J A I J -new lit!! 7.2-',..." 1-Q. X Jw, " "' L,,.. ' rf' .ft , v wi LEFT: Debbie Baughman races in the freestyle. MIDDLE LEFT: Devon Singh swims the butterfly MIDDLE RIGHT: Brad Renzelman races in the free- style. BELOW: Nick Weibell races in the breast stroke. BOTTOM - .IV SWIMMERS - Front Row: Jeaneane Shaw, Tanya Reiman, Shani Engum, Kim Winchell, len- nifer Brookhouser, Kellie Houston, Margaret Linman, Tisha Larkin, Ramona Hack, Monica Hulsey, Sandra Clayton, Jennifer Tracy. Back Row: Nick Weibell, Scott Woolley, Jeff Nichol, Seth Teter, Downey Page, Chris Wilson. """" . ff H . W 'f A , . . ' . . ,,,' H3 4 f, As. zz wi' f ' ,,.,'1Wu1..a., if , las . 7 ..-.f ...9"' 'L' . , M, . V 1 I N ' "V-H -:X s R fl' K ' ' ,J fair.. , 14 . 'Vg . ,Z ,, , -1.-mf ,fp ,g , 23+ s ? 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ZZ 4514 J J ul- -I - H I- I- I The Class of '88 van is decorated for Lhe homecoming parade. JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JU CANDY ADAMS TRACY ADAMS LAURIE AKANA JORGE ALFARO BRYAN ALLYN ELISABET ALVARADO MATHEW AMARAL SCOTI' ANDERSON DANEIL ANDREW ROBERTO ANGULO KEVIN ARELLANO ANGELIQUE ARREDONDO AMY AVILA BEAU BACHTELLE GUILLERMI BARAJAS DEE BARDONNEX KARRIE BATCHELOR TRACEY BENTLEY JAMES BILLINGSLEY JASON BISHOP SUSAN BLANKS KRISTIN BLOUNT GREG BORRUD GANNON BOYD MILDRED BOYER JOHN BRATSCH MONICA BRENTS CATHY BROOKHOUSER JASON BROWN KATIE BRUNMIER 172 .1 va- 1 ,,,, J w ,, , H , x F 4 I l Mb! 'I x x 3 1 ,L 3 ,V 'M L Jc:il3fl.Q,x2az , Q .. J 1 ' I i ' 'I . A a JSP 1 Q, Q' 4 7 ' 'Q I 3 5' . lf 9 7, u' 37 Q V 42377 .aw ,I J -"' I I ,, f""? A ' , ' .- .I Ji g,",., .aa .MV ,'.V aa ,, . .. r. I. W 1 1 I " ,- ' -M0 Q .5 7 1, ' J 4 1 I I e',, I W 'J 1 ,MAwa.,, ,,,,, ' f Li"' I ' ' HE ff' af? '- f r 5 YY ' af 5, , - 'f. 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' I1 A , 4 Q , A M I ,I , , NNW M ff 3 I 7 VLVK A V-.. ,- vs 'G' 1 A: I ,V Q 1 WA .I LL ' I I 'gif' 1? -M I ,, ,V , If f 'I A an , - Ak QMEBFI - I HIM, Ha' 'N I Ivv ' VV ,,,, at I I I 353 9 "" is ff-.1 f My 5 X v' 5 Q If-M, r ,Wy ' H Q, aw ' f T V' 'Av 'fi-2 sg JISSEM 1 '11 - , 1' ,MS 2 I ,- It ,A , 5,51 XW V I K, ,EQ gc , ,, f V 'I , I . . ,f,, ig", LAUREN BURKE BRANDY CAINE LANETTE CARROLL MARK CHAMBERLIN JEFFREY CHAPMAN DEBORAH CHASTEEN WENDY CHEESEBOROUGH ELIZABETH CHRIST ENSON FERNANDO CIBRIAN RUBEN CIFUENTEZ DOUGLAS COLEY TERESA COLWELL .IEANETTE COOK JOHANN CORRAL SIMONE CORREA MARSHA CORTES MITCHELL COTE DONNIE COVERDELL JASON COX NAOMI CRAWFORD LISA CRIBBS MELANIE CROUSE JOHN CUNNINGI-IAM LAURA DELGADO KRISTINA DEN SMORE CHRISTINE DIAS DIANA DICKENS MELISHA DICKS WINDY DUNCAN BOB EATON 173 MELISSA EDGINTON COLLEEN EIDEM ERICA ELIAS RACHELLE ESPINOZA REYNOLD ESQUIVEL VICTORIA EST RADA MIKE FEIL BRIDGET FELIX WHITNEY FLOOD ANN FLORES JOSE FLORES ST EFAN I FLOYD BRYAN FORD DON FOURMAN RAUL FRANCO MARJORIE FRANKLIN SARAH FRAZIER TIM FULTON JEFF GALICIA DANNY GAMULAO ANNA GARCIA ARTURO GARCIA CAROL GARCIA FRANKIE GARCIA VALERIE GARCIA VERONICA GERMAN ALAN GILLESPIE RODNEY GOERTZEN ADELE GOMEZ ALISA GONZALES lf'r"'l I V l as 'W' K Z9 , pf. K 1- --f 4 ,, , ,Q-gs, . , sv-1' 1 Q 4 1 If sf ,an Nw' Z4 hh-iv' I I if E P 'V I W4 JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS if r 9' Q. Mathew Amaral dresses for M+A+S+H Bernadett Smxth dresses for Halloween Wendy Larson dresses up for Halloween JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS J ' I W "', mas:-"2 ' t ' " W Wi QW A I 5. 4 :Wx I f af' 'Q 1 7 M' ,xmxari W, V CL-. 2 , I Ze! 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C Z AO :u CD E Kell E O I CD C. C Z O I CD C'- C Junior Charlie McLain leads the Trailblazer Band during the halftime show on Hal- loween. 175 1 l 1 JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS 'Becoming 1 aiunior I means harder classesf more I homework I and I less time? - Cindy Hughes 1 . W ' f v nw - x L J , , Av? ,. ii A ,'w It kb Brent Fellows loses his wheels and then performs a tuck knee mvelt JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS .JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS RICKY JOHNSON ERIN JOHNSTON SUSAN JOINER CHRISTOPHER JONES RICHARD KENNEDY ROBIN KRIDER JEFF LANG INGA LANGENHORST WENDY LARSON TERESA LEE LISA LERMA 'JENNIFER LEWIN DAVID LINDSEY ABEL LOPEZ LISA LOPEZ RAY LOPEZ KRISTEN LORENTZEN KRISTINE LOVEJOY CRAIG MACDONALD JOHN MADRUGA JULIE MANDELLA DORA MARCHA TIMMY MARLOWE JOAQUINA MARQUEZ JORGE MARQUEZ EVE MARTINEZ LISA MATES DLANIEL MAUGHAN DEENA MAXWELL RONDA MAYBEN J 549' f' fl Zo, of 4,,,.- A lf f f 1 Av 'W M' I 2 1' , M 'Wf ,, . 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JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JU DONYA PIIILLIPS DAVID PIGG MARLO PORTER PAMELA PRICE MICHAEL PUGH CAROLYN RAMIREZ MICHELLE RAMIREZ KAREN RANDALL NORMA REBELES KEVIN REED CHARICE REIIEELD REGINA REIMAN CHRISTOPHER RICE CHARLES ROBINSON ESMERALDA ROBLES RAMIRO RODRIGUEZ CURT ROSE JOHN ROSE OLGA RUIZ MUANG SAE CHAO GREGORY SAMPLE IRENE SANCHEZ KENNETH SAWATSKY JULIE SCHMIDT MELODY SCHOL KELLEY SCOTT FAWN SEAGLER PHOEBE SEARCY JOHN SENN ROSA SERVIN 178 ' wiwigh, .E -I R LW ,,,,,. I , ,H ,,y,,,, K ' 2, ww! f wwf g I , y IR, I W W W I gf gran I W: E, I , f W-I 1 MW 4 Ml' Z ' 5' I Wow? efmmee:fwf,g --,' 5, , . ., WWI .,,.. ,,,, . . , R WWII ww 4' , , -I I V' '1 1' ,II .II I - 5, 'H fr f ' I E K I ' A ",I ...V X 1 ,frrr A by ,,,V Ei I q . ,, ,, law M, ' "" ,S , ,- R Q, 'I nl' if Lid' 21 " 4 1 Q, ...,, . I , mi. " '- Lf if my , 5 III IIILL I, IIII V izh EM lLl3?EE:,If5ff' if ::' 1 If fl?t5,,UI 4 f I Juni' "I 2, f , f ff 4 "f if 4 fl: I ' R , 4 If Q43 'f W , fj7:3PYiEf" " ' I 4?-fr V75 If 1 su f K I I 4 I we " 4 v 253 ,I gm fn. 5912 K , SIL ' V ,. f y, , JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS JU 'Being a junior means I feel safer walking through senior court.' - Cesar Tovar A j" A A KEITII SIIELDRICK ' I I I 1 STEVE SIIERRELL 3 I I W iirr ,V . RUSSELL SIIIPNIAN I I 4 ' I 4 57 BRYAN SIIIRK I If' DEREK SINGII WA er r of 3 It A SANDRA SLovER V 'I f l- Q ' ' M , ,i A ,I ,-I X . A-va Wim I J' MIRFW I . .. ,, 'J I -I 1 f I A fs 4 A 'T , JS EI 3 A I 2 N f f , I J A T 1. ee.V .1,. I vb - f 1 . ,Hy HE- E., , 1 ,Avi W KJ KW K 'N Ms I 1, 1. -E 'Im 1 .p X A Sie I W , 'V 1 ' 1 I 4, I? A , , fir we w , ij, , , I or df al " Ii- 'IM A ,- if 3 Q' ffff! I M y I . 3. ws. tm .Af "WW, II "' 1 mv ' . i , . , :I' " rw ,- ' in ,Z -W 4 , A ,,, If QI ' - ,,.. , Q ,AM fi ,Av . 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Carmela Vega dresses for Halloween SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMOR SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE W "?WOZI!i!ifi5'1Xlif L ,, , L1g,1 1011115011 competes in 1116 11p Sync Michelle Taylor and Wendy Hughes are all smiles Douued in a Christmas hat, Aaron Erick gomeqr the day before Christmas vacation. son celebrates the holidays. SOPHONIORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE SHANNON DAVENPORT ADAM DAVIS MICHELE DAVIS MELISSA DE JUSTO CURTIS DE MILLO DAVID DEAN SHAWN DIETZ TERESA DINIS REN EE DIRKER JOSE DOMINGUEZ MONA DORADO KEVIN DOWNES JEREMY DRAIN KELLY DUNCAN Dal. ELLIS SCOTI' ENAS SHANI ENGUM AARON ERICKSON RACHEL ESCARSEGA BETH ESTES DIANA EVANS ROBIN FAIRCHILD LEONEL FELIX ERIC FERGUSON SHEA FERNANDEZ OLGA FERREIRA KIMBERLY FERRELL RYAN FIFE TOM FINNI RAQUEL FLOHR Y .. Q, 'ffl M A I 7' M , 1 'Q 1 ' ' , Wm, jf ,' fy if , 1 W 71 W5 - 1 1 '7 1 ' W' Q, a5f31,':'f .1 f ,,, V V, 5241 I 9 V3 5 . f A . 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V., 3? 4 I , 9, 5 - 'PIE' , f' ip gf' v ,iw 1 i 'if' J fu-.r B I ,1 'C Z l W 9 , , I iii,i:k,g,,jj',7 W OPHOMORES SOPHOMORES Missy Marconi and Tricia Phipps discuss business at a sophomore class mccung SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE ELIAS FLORES HECI' OR FLORES LUPE FLORES ARLENE FLOREZ BRANDON FORSTER KIMBERLY FRANCIS MARIA FRANCO ANTHONY GALANTE JULIE GALINDO ALBERTO GARCIA MARIA GARCIA MICHAEL GARCIA ELIZABETH GARZA WENDY GAZZERA MELANIE GEORGE DELIA GILLEN ERIC GLISPEY GINA GOMEZ MICHAEL GOMEZ MELODY GOODIN CANDICE GORDON CHRIS GRAJEDA SHEILA GREGOR BILL GREGORY MARJORIE GRIFFIN PHILIP GROVER VICTORIA GUERRERO WILLIAM GUERRERO EVANGELIN GUMAYAGAY SCOT1' HAAS KELLY HAGOOD MISI' Y HALSEY CARL HANEY KETA HARROUN ANGELA HARTMAN JOANNA HASBUN MICHAEL HATFIELD SHANNYN HATHCOCK KIMBERLY HEARD BARBARA HELMS CHARLIE HENSLEY JOHN HILTY JULIA HINOJOS SHERYL HITCHCOCK JASON HIXON JOSEPH HOFFMAN MELISSA HOLDER LEAH HOLLEY CAROL HOPE JENNIFER HOUSTON JENNIFER HOWARD MELISSA HOWERTON WENDY HUGHES SEAN HUITT SHANA HUMPHREY MICHAEL HURLEY MARIA INIGUEZ ERIN JACOBSON TRACEY JENSEN DEREK JOHNSON ,-M, --ww ww W 'mx J xl' 'M V W1 M ,,, 4? WE 4, 4 'ey J W 1 ,Q f X W W I V 1 , , QW I I L ' , qf my 1 3 W Q." f 1.3 , if I ll 5 L2 1 J , ...L W aww- w H 'ww 'V MZ, X v- me A ffi 45252. .1 eff I ' , I W 'Wi' ' -5-WM 59 5 .., -H gj? ,241 Y ' ' , ,..,, K "4 M. , 1 , 'f M . K, V f sa : f xv H A Y fl V 4, ' r f he ST .Q Wm QW' ' A L , 5 H :V 2 4-ff ' ' l in 1 4 S 7 M' " , , M . '4 i' E V ,V V , I 'I H A. ,. V f if rn' V ,. ,M I V' W g fy- I . li' yr- 'N 3, : , QQ' G2 , W 2? 64 5 Q X5 ,X -4:7 . em, w -47 1 .,, 5 ' SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORESVSOPHOMORES SOPHOMOBES SOPHOMORE Ragedy Ann CME:- lissa Riosl waves her flag during the band's halftime show on Halloween. SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMOR 184 'nv rw- W ce- 'W Q 4 fi 1 ,lg fi, ' f 3 2 ' 3 fl ' -4 .1 all dawg! I QW ,y ff fg M aw I I M :V ' I Qi ' A x, 1 , VW, 2' e 51 5 ea f f 9 FXWW , 1 ,, , It A. Q eff I i my ilu 3 igfn-f K , ,,,, I I . My "iii 4 If . 'xr 'V ' 1 fi ff 3 M ,J I 1' I A ' WH X' 1 7" ' rv .... 'J 5 M P al v is 0 iw JI 4 1 P? J J 1 J Z f -err? FRAN CINE JOHNSON LISA JOIINSON DAVID JONES KRISTINA JONES SEAN JONES MICHAEL JOOS PATRICIA JOSLIN JAMES JUDGE ROBERT JUMPER MIKA KARR JOE KEITH JASON KENNEDY ANN KEVERLINE JASON KIMBLEY JANICE KROEKER ANGELA KRYZSKO ARNOLD LAMPA CHRISTINA LANDEROS EVETTE LARA RICKY LARA YVONNE LARA BRENDA LARSON DEENA LARSON MARK LEONARD ANDREA LERMA RANDALL LEVENSALIIR SYLVIA LICON MARGARET LINMAN DOLORES LOPEZ JAVIER LOZA ES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHONIORE Melanie R056 on Pajama Day, Brad Rerrzelman guards the sophomore class ' I homecommg float. Q I Becoming . a sophomore ITISHTIS upperclassmen g don't look down on you anymore and you get closer to A SLS Lgraduaotingg' If -I1 Griitenaur Mauvais SOPHOMORES soPHoMoREs SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOF:-In-IOMORES SHO-IRHO.-RTI-ORE SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMOFIES SOPHOMOR Dav1d Roque mspects h1s fmdmgs along the St John s Rwer for h1s sclence class SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES RACHEL LUCAS DOLORES MADRIGAL CORLOS MAGANA MELISSA MARCONI TRICIA MARQUEZ HEATHER MARTIN KYRSTAN MARTIN TRACY MARTIN SILVIA MARTINEZ CRISTENA MAUVAIS CAROLYN MAYFIELD BRAIN MC ALISTER MICHELLE MC CAULEY RICHARD MC CRAY MICHELLE MC ELROY DARIN MC KINNEY JENNIFER MC MILLAN JENNIFER MENDONCA DESI MIDDLETON SHERRI MILLER CHRIS MILLERICK SHANE MINUGH BRANDON MONTGOMERY JULIAN MONTOYA LINDA MOODY JIMMY MORALES DAVID MORENO CASH MORRIS PARTICK MUNOZ RACHAEL MURPHY 186 SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOIVIORES SOPHONIORE Invitational. W I Z 4 I ,,,, I I .7 , ,,k 1 , I I Q 5' ", A , 15,5 ' I 1 M I zii ,"'."' QQ, ,, SOP if W 5' Stoner runs In the Golden West Cross Sophomores Tim Van Woerkom and Man Holly Brown gives the peace sign for uel Nino line up behind senior Ray Huff Hippie Dress Up Day. HOMOFIES SOPHOMORES SOPHONIORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE W ig s ,zgg . Vg , I I .,: 1 ,.- , :riff ,L ' , if , , f L WW f J 'Z I TIFFANY NASH CORINNA NAVARRETTE SELINA NAVARRETTE HILDA NAVARRO MARIA NAVARRO ERIC NEESE CAROLINE NINO MANUEL NINO KIRK NORRIS ELOY OLIVAREZ LOREE OLIVEIRA MARTHA OLIVEIRA GRACIE ONTIVEROZ JESUS OREGON DOWNEY PAGE DEL PEGAN ROSALBA PEREZ BRIAN PHILLIPS TRICIA PHIPPS sERGIo PIRES CHRISTIAN POTTS SIIERRY PRINE APRIL PRYOR LORENA QUILLA KIMBERLY RALSTON ARTHUR RAMIREZ JOANN RAMOS CHRISTINA REBELES CHRIS REED RENEE REEVES DAVID REIMER SHANNON REIS BRAD RENZELMAN JOIIN REYNOLDS ANNE RICHARDS INGA RICHTER BRAIN RIDENOUR MELISSA RIOS CHRISTINA ROBLES JORGE RODRIGUEZ KEITH RODRIGUEZ SAUL RODRIGUEZ NORA ROMERO MELANIE ROSE KIMBERLY ROUCH MEY SAELEE BOUASY SALAYPIIONH MANUEL SAMANIEGO THERESE SAMSON JORGE SANCHEZ JOY SANDERS VANESSA SANDERS TERESA SARTAIN CHRISTINA SCHMELZLA JASON SCHMELZLA KENNETH SCOTT TERESA SEESER KEITH SHEFFIELD STEVEN SHULER SHARON SIEGENTHALER KIMBERLEY SILER TINA SILVA DEVON SINGH ,v V f. If ,aw 1' ,.: Q 5 7 V 2:-ss' ,,, I 'I' if Q-ar., N gr 45 If AL ' ,,1,, I W aff f A 7 f 49 ll M , , , Q fil' ' I bf ,J,J, I I I ' H I W,,' f , V 8455! ws ,,w,,a , ,,,I I VV by J C I , rr 4 'Q ' ' . - V' Ji , I -.557 E- 'ws' iy' N' , Aww, , WJSISM' ' , My I or a "k. .. ' , f -. .' I ' W1 . I I J C . S Missy Marconi digs through the bag in the homecoming "Mystery Bag" contest SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMOR K, . :,,sZI,V' I I Q ...Q I N -Y is wi P 1 W 3 wg? I A P 2 I ., tiff:-A f rv I A .JZ 'A 'M' m ',Ib1:f5bg',hm f"' A , Q ff qysfmf I. ff h, f H ,f N, , MEnmw,,f I 'ff-, I A , ' . - 1 .1 2 - 'fftfffi I ' f , ' -A , A - q " ' ' 'f A ,, 'J I ' , IIJ I f L A ' ' ' ,.,.,.,, I ff ff M W W f ..,, W, in W W ,,, x .., I 5 ,, X 55: 3 , , , 2 W ' , .fibhaf-lv.. , M E A 'J V gf I n .. .AQ -A 2- ' , HA JIIJ I If .1 fc, 1 J , In Q2 WM., A .wr V, I 1... ,, ,L WW V ,Q y ,,,, .I 4 , W, V5 1, .: ., ,W W, 1 , , . up f ,, I .ww Z. - I , IW " ' -ff - I 3, 44 W , if g M I . . 'A is 145 Y 'Q ' 3 Igyfi 'I X s 7 e f-H ' gif , lj 5 if f, M ge, JV? milk iff' 'rf ff ' f f I , f JU 5 543312 'K , - of f, -- N f w iv , S Q W 3, IW' 1 1 I 1 W 4 a 1 f 93 I I 1 f M WU x is W ff rw :,, 1 ,Vf W, W M 'JW , .'.2.1:5:2M?' :QQ xf,,.-,w :E L""" , --Uri ,' . f ' :Q 1 f 4 H gsiffi, W 2, ' MELISSA WOOD LAURA YANCEY ANGELA YOUNG ROBERT YOUNG f 1 iw VIRGINIA SKIDMORE LISA SLOAT TRACY SOXMAN SI-IANNON SPARKS DANA STEPHENS TIMOTHY STOKES JUSTIN STONER JEANNIE STOOPS DEBRA STORY MICHELE TAYLOR HEATHER TIIOMPSON RINI TIDWELL MICHELLE TORRES CARLOS TOSCANO PHEAP TOUCH JENNIFER TRACY THEODORE TRAPP LANCE TUBBS PATRICIA TUCKER ADAM VALENCIA ROBERT VAN AUKEN TIM VAN WOERKOM KAYING VANG CHERISE VANNOY CARMELA VEGA OMAR VELA LETICIA VELASQUEZ FRANCISCO VERVER BRANDON VICTORY OFELIA VILLAFANA ALBERT VILLARREAL VINCE VILLARREL DOUG VINCENT LAURA WEBB JUDITH WEESE LARRY WELCH JASON WILKINSON LETISHA WILLIAMS DIONE WILSON DARREN WIMER TAMRA WINCIIELL KEVIN WOOD SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORI JACOB ADAMS JANELL AGUINAGA "iAA' ' " ' wh. " JASON AKIN S TANYA AKINS 5 , - WENDY AKINS I fi! f GLORIA ALANIZ RUFUS ALFORD I' , WYATT ALTER I I SHAWNA ALLEN .:.: STANLEY ALLYN I 4 l MICHAEL ALVAREZ NATALIE ANDERSON AQAAA EASEEEAAAL A STEPHANIE ATHY FREDDY AVINA gi: V g ELVIA BARAJAS SEAN BARDONNEX - I' 'f ' CHRISTINE BARR CIIRIs BARRIENTOS L OLIVIA BARRIOS UMAR BEIG GUADALUPE BENAVIDES AMBER BENSON RUTH BERGMAN , vi: W f ww QI " W I f f W ,, Q Ir! I f A gf W , "' . P f 'Q W "' 5 J K ,f ,IH ,viii 5? f If 1 QR r 5 I 1 7 I ' , - X , QI J W MQ? I fi , I wc 1 Q 'jg W , ,af Q af- W A I 5 WM sv If 5 ff 2 if W 13? A I tt l 4 ERIII I ,,,I A I, I Iv , ' 'V , ',,, -I X I ,IW 4, gg h X I? A 'f A lk .Jn I' fnliiff, . , ,,,' . I DAVID BLAIR RICKYBLAND IAL IIIIII, I B , Hy, .:.V Y H in LEONARD ROSSON , A ,I L I I MOYA BOUNDS I IIII 1 A ' A f IIIS f SIII ' TANETH BOWIE ' A IIII A f I ' DAVID BOYER III RIII ' I IL I A I,I I IIIR A h FRESHMEN FRESHNIEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Wh t s the fa. st ch n fr shm s5::z2z2,2z2a2z f:'s 25555555 :,1' 5 2,2,' I sg f:1g 1,:,: rf I'1':': .,,, ,II, :,, ,-2I ':,',':' I I """' :ZZE 'A':" ':':: ':.L1 any -gudfws Freshmen ride their float in the homecoming parade Oct 10 FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN 'M A'-Y -. ic.-T CHRIS BRENTS JENNIFER BROOKIIOUSER CAREY BRUNS DENISE BUI-IL JENI BULLOCK ANITA BUSH LEONIDES CANTU SABRINA CANTU JOSE CARDOSO NICOLE CARROLL IIEATHER CARTER LORENA CASAS ANGELA CASTILLO PAULINE CAST RILLO TREVEL CAUSER DAVID CHAPMAN RACHEL CHARBONEAU JAIME CHAVEZ CONDA CHESTER PAULA CHESTER RICHARD CI-IRISTENSON KAY CHRISTOPHERSON FREDDIE CIFUENTEZ CIIRIS COGBURN AARON COLEY DORENE CONT RERAS CRYSTAL COOPER JACOB CORBIN KEVIN COUCH ANDREA COULTER of-31p ' 60 S00 OLQQIIQV' Ll Pl JD F5 Shonda Pate HSSISIS Wlfh the constructlon of the freshmen homecoming float FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FR SERIES 'fm no RES 192 FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHNIEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN ': CD FRESHMEN FFIESHM EN FRESHMEN DONALD COX ROBERT CROTWELL ROBERT CROTWELL MARTIN CROUSE ROBERT COLLUM JAMIE CUMMINS JOHN CURRAN GARITT DAVIDIAN HEATHER DAVIS SAM DAVIS ROSA DE LA CRUZ DANIEL DEAN . We If DAVID DIR I DANA DOMINGUEZ "I" 3 G ROSANNA DOMINGUEZ A ' A CHRISTIAN DUERKSEN RICHARD DYT I JEFF EATON ,f " SHANE EKWALL KIM ELEBY ANABELL ELIZONDO MELISSA ELLIOTT SHANNON ELLSWORTH MIREYA ESPINOZA MELISSA FARLEY DELANA FAULKNER ' awww, SHARON FAY I I L1sA FERRIS II y H I , EUGENE FISCHER 1 A R116 5 gi if M . M , M 5554? ,. gg - ,Q Mg A Mi,,L H V.. ROSEANNA Fnsnno W V III i f H Mya, , p w, - Heather Davis strolls through campus on Christian Wells gulps down a drink from the Mystery Bag as Frank Netto looks on during Pajama Day. the homecoming contest. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHIVI sz jg, , ,,,, ?ftvu wif-f't'7',l' 1 C ' . ' " 'il - . I Z 5 ff. vii f Y, V .. 1 - fi . Ny, V ,:0fl,N , , , . i f H+? if .1 f 4' I W I I' ' f, I J, ' .. .-. M' ,f I 3 7, , ,, ieir I WF in .M A Iwi nf 2 aw 5. W 21 1 'Y .,,A . if ' " J' ,HV it 'K I if rig-sz' ,img At FRESHMEN FRESHNIEN FRESHMEN Z , " fa I Jig, . 5, Z I I 2, - 'G' . . W , , pw Rodriguez, reflecting one of the most popu- , ,, I2 Mason WV. FRESHMEN FRESHIVIEN FRESHMEN FRESHME 4 .gt .me r qw In M I A 'I like Golden West better because- we have L more freedom and we aren't treated like little kids anymoref -' Kim Wihchell Fred EO W 'U In fl! Cf. 53 Y' O- O cu V3 nr D O Z 5. O 3 tw ,O C m 3 ru "1 'E 'U 9 IW O O93 En: B23 3253 'io 'IL' R40 n SE ave' gm Z5 5 E1 na O' 'NC 5. an 11 :rl m CD I E m Z 'rl I m CD I E m Z -n I m UD I E m Z 'n I m cn I E m Z '11 I m cn I E m Z 'rl I m cn I 5 m Z 'n I m cn I 3 FH I tv-ff vw ,LM M :VM MQW' , . 7' wx! , 7 t't7V F I .' fW"f feet f , A If MZ f ...v V n-. - W .wa eeifttyi I ' I ' w w?- , W I W '+ ' fi oy M f A K ...r ,V ,yr M477 'V L V gf, I vm-" " 1? ' , A A f iw, N 4 I 4 X I , 'im If , tv - Q ' ' M ERIC FISHEL AMY FLOOD JACOB FLORES AARON FORD COYANA FOSTER JUAN GARCIA LUIS GARCIA MARCOS GARCIA MARIA GARZA RENATO GARZA ANGELA GAVAZOS CINDY GAZZERA SIMONE GOLDFEDER CHRISTINA GOMEZ ISELA GOMEZ SHAWN GOMIA MARY GOODIN RUSSELL GOODIN MATTHEW GORDON DARLENE GOSS FRANCISCA GRAJEDA TANYA GREEN JARED GREENE CAROLYN GREENWOOD JASON GREGSTON HELEN GROVER ISABEL GURROLA JONATHAN HALL MATTHEW HAMILTON TERRELL HAMMOND JEFF HANDLEY MICHELE HANSEN CHAD HARPER BILL HAYS SHELLY HEMPHILL BRANDI HENRY CHAD HENRY ADRIAN HERNANDEZ EDUARDO HERNANDEZ LETICIA HERNANDEZ REGINO HERNANDEZ JAVIER HERRERA RENEE HOLLEY JULIE HOPWOOD TIMOTHY HORTON KELLIE HOUSTON RUSSELL HULL JOE JACKSON JACQUES JAMES CORINA JIMINEZ LAURIE JIMINEZ AARON JOHNSON RODNEY JOHNSTON REBECCA JONES LISA JUDD KATHLEENA KEOVILEY LA TONYA KINELY JAMES KIRKLIN BRIAN KRAMER JULIE KUHS If V ' .,,.n., I . il , 'V , i5, , ' -ff R it Q pix 'f?"i..m in ,QM in 'W ' aw an 1? ei M Q 'Sa I Q' '13 Q , ,IW 5 f V is O K 1 .1 t J .,,. - :, . - f Q 01? H' if Wm? ' " Q , Qrkgis X 'Li ,, I ' f' "f 'I---w. ' T f Q I Q af A A as Q I fi 10? - + .. I ,www ' ' 'I ,, 1 ,gg YY if f W f J '- af 5 gg .f - f,. ,.f W wi ,Af . . ,..., , VIV V "'? A if I s u Gigs 'L' YDBSB ,W f ,kV, A it ff '1':I' 15: " 1 I W I ? I wg? 'S 4. 147 P M Rx gi 44. 2 MI' WW 9 FWS fa fl JOLI Q 4 ZZ FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Shannon Simpson rides his bike along the St. John's River. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Heather Carter and Lisa White clown around on Halloween. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHIVI l We W ,, , ,E ,- ,f' 1 ,M alfa. .- f 'Q I I 2531 'W ' jf I Q4 f V 9- L i I L 4'-w N gl ,Q if l 3 4 A V212 7 gy Y' I ' if . of mm 114 'rn , . V , ,- N, , -- , 19 M. , . at f "'2' , ,X QM? sal QW i ,... , A I 4f,Q4', I .QQ A yyl v ' x 'M' f 1 1 1' , I ,: I Q y , Izzy' V k,, 5 I .V fu . WX? M ' ., ,T ,,,r,t.. , X if .IEFFERY LACY JILL LANCASTER RYAN LANDERS SUZETFE LARA DAWN LARKIN DUSTIN LARKIN TISHA LARKIN SHAWN LAWSON MATTHEW LEE ANDRES LEOS AUDRA LIGHT CATHERINE LOBATO CHAD LONG MARK LOPER MATTIE LOPEZ SUMAKA LOWERY MICHELLE LUJAN LEWIS LUMSDEN ANDREA LUNA GABRIEL LUNA JENNIFER LUNA KELLI LYONS WILLIAM MABALOT ERICK MADRID VANESSA MADRID GABRIEL MAGANA STEVE MARCOM ARACELI MARQUES ANA MARQUEZ CORBETI' MARTIN FRESHIVIEN FRESHNIEN FRESHIVIEN FRESHNIEN FRESHIVIEN FRESHNIEN FRESHNIEI 5? gtmcnm BQIISE 'Golden West is a lot I more fun than I Valley Oak There's a lot I more activities and it's more exciting 'I Rodney Johnston Scott Polk and Mike Rowley operate the slaughter house on the FFA homecoming float. FRESHIVIEN FRESHIVIEN FRESHNIEN FRESHIVIEN FRESHNIEN FRESHNIEN FRESHNIEI FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FFIESHMEN FR GA I freshman has to act a lot more mature, but it's fun anyway! Y 7 - Robbie Ramos A J 5 1 7 I :iw I f !-531. 'J 1 Toni Sciacqua pastes up her story on shoes for The Pathfmder FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRES STEVE MARTIN MELISSA MATTHEWS DAMON MARUICE DEANNA MAURICE CARMEN MAYO MARY MC COY SEAN MCDOWELL KRISTINA MC GILLIVRAY KEVIN MC PHAILL SCOT MEHL PATRICIA MAJIA MARIA MENDEZ JANET MENDIOLA RAMIRO MEZA CHARLIE MIDDLETON NICHOLAS MILLER AMANDA MIRISE STEPHANIE MITCHELL TAMMY MIZE JAYDEN MONTGOMERY MELISSA MONTGOMERY ANGEL MONTOYA BENJAMIN MOOS MARCIAL MORALES YVONNE MORTON MATTHEW MUNIZ MICHAEL MUNSON LISA MURILLO MICHELLE MURPHY JESSE NAVARRETE IIJJ 1 132, g ' . - I Q' 4, F I 5 4' ft R ' 32 , , 7 'ff 'ff' em, I W, I ww f My f"S-. 3 4 - Qs., sw - f , I w A W' ' , 9 V, J' fr if 'FRESHMENFRESHMENFRESHMENFRESHMENFRESHMEN FRESHMEN 4 2 575 , in I 5 4' 12 I , Qpfe PM W Z JJLL I if . 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Greenhand initiation ceremonies. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHNIEN FRESHMEN FRESHNIEN FRESHMEN FR MICHELLE ROBINSON NATHANAEL ROBINSON BRETT ROCHA ALMA RODRIGUEZ ALVARO RODRIGUEZ MARCOS RODRIGUEZ MELINDA RODRIGUEZ NORMA RODRIGUEZ RICHARD RODRIGUEZ APRIL ROGERS RICHARD ROOKE MICHAEL ROWLEY SOLINE RUIZ SUNNY RUIZ JULIAN SAENZ JULIAN SALMON CHERYL SANDERS KATHERINE SCHNELBACH KAYLA SCHOENAUER TONI SCIACQUA TODD SEARCY ROSANNE SEESER LUCY SERPA JEANEANE SHAW DARREN SIIELDRICK PAUL SHIRK SI SISOUK MIKE SMAGLIK BEVERLY SMITH CIIRISTINA SMITH 198 , fi f-70 W' NL! 1 if if Jam , W' i K , A 5,5 It ' -f,, ww A4 ff J X E? 2, I ,Ms 'l D 1 ,Q vw l 11.4 J at I , , I "' r 1 I T I A ,A AIV' 5 ' 5553 Z 1, H6 -.,, ,f H155 F :Q 'rr fir gint Zi 6 My .J1, 1 an '? ' E 4 25? 7 f QW F 'MDV Z 3 if ii J ., T , . 2 avlx , sw, E 2, if 51 'TQ ,J FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHNIEN FRESHMEN FR - Freshmen watch the action at a football pep assembly. 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MAIN VISALIA PETRI ELECTRONICS in 733-3377 BUSINESS MACHINES SALES 3. SERVICE SUPPLIES DIcTATIoN EQUIPMENT CALCULATORS coPIERS TYPEWPITERS 3000 E. WESTCOTT AVE. VISALIA 211 Index A I ABEL, WILLIAM 98 ABELA, BRIAN 98 . ABINA. LUPE180 ADAMS, ANGELA 180 ADaA7IIgS, CANDY 60 140 ADAMS, ERIC 180 ADAMS, JACOB 190 ADA7IVgS. TRACY 19 64 ADAMSON, COLIN 28 41 43 98 AGLIIIIEAR, LORRAINE 98 AGIJJNAGA, JANELL 40 AKANA, LAURIE 44 48 49 65 172 AKANA, NICKOLAS 132 180 AKINS, JASON 190 AKINS, TANYA 58 192 AKINS. WENDY 71 72 190 AKKERMAN, CHRISTINE 48 58 98 109 221 ALANIZ, GLORIA 170 190 ALACEIAZ, KATHARINE 98 ALDANA, ALBERT 180 ALFAETIO, JORGE 65 69 ALFORD, JOSEPH 98 155 ALFORD, RUFUS 154 190 ALLEN, SABRINA 91 98 ALLEN, SHAWNA 40 190 ALBEN, WENDY 41 59 66 ALLYN, BRYAN 172 ALLYN, STANLEY 192 ALTER, WYATT 47 133 144 170 190 ALVARADO, ELAINE 47 65 80 ALIIIQQTADO, ELISABETH ALVARADO, ROSANA 137 ALVARADO, SABRINA 28 84 98 225 ALIIISIJZEZ, MICHAEL 144 AMKSIZAL, MATHEW 172 ANIJSEJRSON, NATALIE 41 .AN?7iRSON, SCOTT 9 ANDREW. DANIEL 172 224 ANGULO, ROBERTO 112 AREI.I.ANo, KEVIN 40 144 112 ARMSTRONG, KIRSTEN 28 61 67 98 162 ARREDONDO, ANGELIQUE 65172 ATENcIo, GINA 99 ATI-IY, STEPHANIE sa 67 137 190 ATLADOTTIR, ANDREA 72 99134135150 AUSTIN, LYNETTE 1so AvALos, JOSEPH 180 AVIIEIE, AMY 19 64 162 AVILA, BRIAN 99 109 AVILA, DAVID 29 132 AVILA,,FREDDY 190 AVINA, LORI 65 AYRES, TINA 54 180 AVR?-f, JERRY 45 166 BACHTELLE, BEAU 172 BAFFA. JESSICA 99 BAILEY, DAWN 45 99 BAKER, BECKY 99 BAKER. DONNA 180 BALQERAMA, PRISCILLA BARAJAS, ELVIA190 BARAJAS, GUILLERMI BARQJJAS, ROCIO 137 BARDONNEX, DEE 48 172 BARDONNEX, SEAN 133 155 190 BARNES, RUSSELL 180 BARNETT, JAMES 180 BARNETT, LISA 180 BARNEY, HEIDI 38 39 41 43 99 BARR, CHRISTINA 40 58 66 72 170 190 BARR, PATRICK 50 51 99 114 220 BARRIENTOS, CHRIS 47 BARRIOS, LENA 180 BARRIOS, OLIVIA 40 BATCHELOR, KARRIE 54 172 224 BATCHMAN, MICHAEL 23 64 68 70132154 BAUGHMAN, DEBORAH 63 99 162 163 .BECKERS, LAURIE 70 72 180 BEIG,UMAR190 BELCHER, NICOLE 64 BELLMAN, RELON 41 ,180 BENAVENTE, ELIO 99 BENAVIDES, GUADALUPE190 BENC, DAVID 74 99 126 138 168 BENABEZ, SONIA 58 65 1 BEQSIETT, BRANDON 12 BENSON, AMBER 61 190 BENTLEY, TRACEY 91 158 172 BENTO, RICHARD 100 141 142 152 BENTON, SHERRY 180 BERGMAN, RUTH 190 BERRY, CHARLOTTE 64 71 180 221 BERRY, NIGEL 94 BERRY, PHILLIP 100 BESSON, AARON 23 64 BILLINGSLEY, JAMES 67 146152153172 BILVADO, ROBERT 59 122 159 180 BISHOP, JASON 41 172 BLACK, BRIAN 41 BLA?-IK, MATT 50 52 76 BLAIR, CHRISTINE 100 BLAIR, DAVID 190 BLAND, RICKY 190 BLANKS, SUSAN 172 BLOUNT, KRISTIN 169 172 BOCKMAN, MICHAEL 34 94100125138139 162 222 BOCKMAN, SUSAN 54 127137162180 BOELTER, AMY 25 61 67 1361162 180 BOELTER, SPENCER 33 67100106108166 BOLEN, SETH 72140 190 BOLEV, LISA 45 100 BOOTH, EDWIN 16 BORRUD, GREG 18 22 23 25 26 63 64 67 70 72 126 162 164 172 BORRUD, PAUL 22 23 64 ea 132 1es wo BOUNDS MOYA 83190 BowIE,1'ANETI-I 46190 BO:-,IZGANNON 26 78 BOYER, DAVID 43 190 BOYER, MILDRED 43 172 BRAME, SHAMILA180 BRANCO. KEVIN 51 100 BRANSCOM, SCOTT 138 162 180 BRATSCH, JOHN 16 26 27129130146147 152 172 222 BRENTS, CHRIS 191 BRENTS, MONICA 172 BROCK, CHERYL 44 180 BROOKHOUSER, CATHY 23 26 162 172 BROOKHOUSER, JENNIFER 165 191 BR3VgN, CYNTHIA 41 59 BROWN, DONNA 44 45 100 BROWN, HOLLY 23 24 34 6g-'64 70 72 162 180 BROWN, JASON 172 BROWN, KELLEY 16 28 109 162 164 BRUNMIER, KATIE 58172 BRUNS, CAREY 191 BRUSH, KEVIN 52 100 BRYQN. BRAD 145 154 BUHL, DENISE191 BULDO, SUZANNE 56101 BULLOCK, JENI 59 137 BURKE, LAUREN 59 61 72 173 BURRIS, KELLIE 69101 BUSBY, GREG 31 59 181 BUSBY, MELISSA 24 40 50 5165 67 69101113 223 BUSH, ANITA 191 BUSTOS, CHUCO 101 BUTLER, MICHAEL 21 45 47 101 138 CABRAL, CHRIS 54181 CAINE, BRANDY 78 173 221 CAINE, RAOUEL 101 CALAWAY, JEFFREY 133 148 155 CANTU, LEONIDES 65 191 CANLU, SABRINA 42 159 CANTU, VERONICA 101 CAIRJJIENAS, MICHAEL CARDOSO, JOSE 191 225 CAFIESEN, CECILIE 72 CARR, BETTY 47181 CARBRASCO, RAY 52 132 1 CARQILLO, RAFAEL 145 CARRILLO, VICTOR 59 67 70 72 181 CAR7FgOLL, LANETTE 54 1 CARgOLL, NICOLE 41 CARAILER. HEATHER 191 CASAS. ARTURO 191 CASNER, FRANK 10 159 CASNER, WILLIAM 129 CASTILLO, ANGELA 193 CASATLEMAN, PRESTON 1 1 CASJRILLO, PAULINE 1 1 CAgg'Rg, DAVID 26 70 74 1 1 CAUSER, SHON 22 23 64 CAUSER, TREVEL 193 CAVAZOS, ANGELA 40 CEDERBORG, BRIAN 133 148 159 160 CHAMBERLIN, MARK 44 141 152 173 CHANCE, LISA 101 CHAPMAN, DAVID 41 191 CHAIZMAN, JEFFREY 44 17 CHaAFB8NEAU, RACHEL CHA-EITEEN, DEBORAH CHGETEEN, MICHELLE CHAVEZ. JAIME 122 123 159 191 CHEEK, MICHELLE 101 CHEESEBOROUGH, WENDY 173 CH:EgI2EY, CHRISTINE 91 CHEgTER, CONDA 43 CHESTER PAULA 43 191 CHEVRETTE, LISA 59 61 181 CHRISTENSON, ELIZABETH 23 26 61 64 135 173 222 CHRISTENSON, RICHARD 4167133144166191 CHRASTOPHERSON, KAY ClF2l.:JElNTEZ, FEDDIE 191 CIRIJIIQNTEZ, RUBEN 132 CISINJEROS, DIANA 12 66 CLARK, CHARLES 51 66 72 122 CLAY, GINA 58 181 CLAggI'ON, AMANDA 40 CLAYTON, SANDRA 102 163 CLEVENGER, CLAUDIA 22 23 32 33 44 64 102 COBURN, JAMES 181 COGBURN, CSRISTOPHER 140 I COLE, JERRY 159 181 COLEY, AARON 191 COL-EJ, DOUGLAS 41 1 COLWELL, TERESA 173 CONNER, DONALD 44 145 181 CONTRERAS, DARLENE 181 191 CONTRERAS, DORENE 16 COOK, DARIN 102 COZK, JEANETTE 173 1 COOPER, CRYSTAL 191 CORBIN, JACOB 191 CORRJAL, JOHANN 48 59 17 CORREA, SIMONE 45 173 CORTES, MARSHA 31 54 66150151135 173 COIIITLES, MARTHA 48 CORBLIM, LAURENCE 45 COTE, MITCH 41 51 129 173 COUCH, KEVIN 193 COUILLARD, HOLLY 136 COUILLARD, KERRI137 169 170 200 COULTER, ANDREA 193 COVERDELL, DONNIE 129 173 COVERT, DION 41 181 COX, DONALD 133 166 167 194 COX, JASON 173 COX, JESSE 16 20 28 50 102 COX, RHONDA102 CRANE, MACK 90 CRAQE, MARK 67 72128 1 CRAWFORD, NAOMI 59 61 173 CRAWFORD, REBECCA 61 102 CRIBBS, CHRISTINE 46 CRIBBS, LISA 173 CROOK, SHERRY 59 181 CROSSLER, JANA 61 67 70 72 162 181 CROTWELL, ROBERT 192 CRSJLWELL, ROBERT 55 CROUSE, MARTIN 41 CROUSE MELANIE 40 43 58 66 67 59 72 173 CROWE, DAVID 41 181 CREJJQZHFIELD, SHERRI CRUZ, LISA 102 ' CULLUM, ROBERT 192 CUMSMINGS, JEFF 132 1 1 CUMMINS, JAMIE 69 192 CUNNINGHAM, JOHN 12 17 CUNNINGHAM, RONNIE 181 CURRAN, JOHN 194 CURTIS, JACOUE 45 67 71136149156180 181 CURTIS, KERI 45 71 136 149 158 181 DAILY, BRENDA 59 63 66 85102105159160 DAILY, CYNTHIA 30 91 159 181 DAILY, TERESA 159 181 DAVENPORT, SHANNON 67 182 DAVZISIAN, GARITI' 133 1 DAVIDSON, EDWARD 51 65 66 67 69 102 DAVIS, ADAM 31 182 221 DAVIS, BROOKE 61 102 DAVIS, HEATHER 192 DAVIS, MICHELE 182 DAVIS, SAM 192 DAVIS, WILLIAM 47 200 DE JUSTO, MELISSA 70 72 162 182 DE LA CRUZ, ROSA 192 DE LARGE, SHONE 146 DE1Ia1LLL0, CURTIS 88 DE RIJKE, JASJA 47 DEAN, DANIEL 192 DEAN, DAVID 182 DELGADO, LAURA 173 DELGADO, STEVEN 102 DEN-ZMORE, KRISTINA l IIJII DIAS, CHRISTINE 21 58 FERGUSON, ERIC 40 43 173 220 182 DICKEN5. DIANA 21 40 FERGUSON, TIMOTHY 6 58 69 61 71 DICKS, MELISHA 173 DIETZ, SHAWN 182 . DINGLER, DANNY 86102 DINIS, TERESA 182 DIR, DAVID 192 DIRKER, MICHAEL 20 28 23040 41 43 102 129 DIRKER, RENEE 44 80 182 222 223 DOE. BRIAN 25 51 65 69 102 220 222 DOtwgIGOS, KATHLEEN DOMINGUEZ. DANA 192 DOIVIJQIGUEZ, JOSE 132 1 DOAw5IGUEZ, ROSANNA DORADO, CHRIS 100 101 103 146 DORADO, MONA 132 182 DORADO, JOSE 88 103 DOW, JOHN 4 45111 129 130 138 139 DOWNES, KEVIN 44 54 70 128 162 182 DRAAZI, JEREMY 45 140 DRAIN, KIMBERLY 103 DUERKSEN, CHRISTIAN 133 192 DUKE, MICHAEL 100 103 DUNCAN, KELLY 182 DUNCAN, WIDNY 64 173 DUNN, CRYSTAL 45 103 DUNN, SHAWN 68 80103 DYKSINSKI, MARK 103 DYTQRICHARD 138 148 4 EASTIN, PETER 22 23 45 63 64 68104129131 138 EATON, BOB 173 EATON, JEFF 194 ECKHOFF, CANDACE 103 EDGINTON, MELISSA 45 48 174 EIDEM, COLLEEN 40 44 174 EKWALL, SHANE 194 ELEBY, KIMBERLY 41 192 193 ELIAS, ERICA 61 72 174 EL?3NDO, ANABELL ELLIOTT, MELISSA 46 194 ELLIS, D.J. 8 10 19 67 87 .168 169 182 ELLSWORTH, SHANNON 46 192 ENAS. SCOTT 182 ENGUM, SHANI 31 62 67 72 165 181 182 ENLOW, TIMOTHY 103 ERICKSON, AARON 60 170 182 ERMIE, PAUL 141 142 168 ESCARSEGA, DANIEL 89 103 152 ESCARSEGA, RACHEL 58 G5 182 ESPINO, GABRIEL 140 ESPINOZA, LORENA 92 ESPINOZA, MIREYA 192 ESPINOZA, RACHELLE 65 174 ESQUIVEL, REYNOLD 45 129 174 ESTES, BETH 158 182 ESTRADA, VICTORIA 174 EVASIE, DIANA 60 65 66 1 FACINDO, SYLVIA 58 104 FAIRCHILD, ROBIN 159 182 FARLEV, MELISSA 192 FAUSLQCNER, DELANA 158 FAY, SHARON 46 192 FEIL, MICHAEL 14 25 26 72 85125126126162 164 174 222 FELIX, BRIDGET 46 174 FELIX, LEONEL 60182 FELL, TONY 68 104 FELL2WS, BRENT 51 77 17 FERNANDEZ, SHEA 182 FERREIRA, OLGA 182 FERRELL, KIMBERLY 11 FERRIS, LISA 42 FETTIG, HEATHER 47 FETTIG, MICHELLE 46,9 FIERRO. ROSEANNA 42 58 6165149161 192 FIFF62RYAN 41 132 144 FIGALLO, LUIS 104 125' 126 FILLMORE, ROXANNA 4 104 116 I FINDLEY, RICHARD 9 FINlI'giTOM 45 51 63 67 FISCHER, EUGENE 67 122 192 FISHBURN. LARRY 104 152 221 FISHEL, ERIC 42155 195 FISHER, DANNY 104 FLOHR, RAQUEL 40 182 FLOOD, AMY 70 192 FLOOD, WHITNEY 174 FLORES, ANN 9 174 FLORES, ELIAS 183 FLORES, HECTOR 183 FLORES, JACOB 193 FLORES, JOSE 144 174 FLORES, LUPE 183 FLOREZ, ARLENE 183 FLOYD, STEFANI 41 43 136 174 FOOR. KELLY 28 101 16 FOORE CURTIS 104 FORD, AARON 192 FORD, BRYAN 23 64 174 FORD, DENNIS 104 FOSTER, BRANDON 183 FOSTER, COYANA 47 65 69 70 193 FOSTER, JORDISON 135 FOURMAN, DON 167 FRANCIS, KIMBERLY 44 183 FRANCO, MARIA 47 FRANCO, RAUL 141 174 FRAQICO, SYLVIA 104 4 FRANKLIN, MARJORIE I 41 72 174 FRAZIER, SARAH 48 54 FULTON, TIMOTHY 174 FUR3IiAS, CATHERINE GALANTE, ANTHONY 18 GLANTE, FREDDIE 104 GALICIA JEFF 114 GALINDO, JULIE 183 cALLEcos, CRISELA su 65 104 GALLIAN, DONALD 28 s ss 57 9a1os129. GALLIAN, STACI 99 105 GAMULAO, DANNY 74 1aa 139 GARCQIA, ALsERTo 132 GARCIA, ANNA 174 GARCIA. ARTURO 174 GARCIA, COROL 4 20 2' 65 174 GARCIA, DAVID 132 GARCIA, ELIZABETH 10 GARCIA, FRANKIE 174 GARCIA, JOSE 105 GARCIA, JUAN 193 , GARCIA, LUIS 193 I GARCIA, MARCOS 193 5 GARCIA, MARIA 28 183 GARCIA, MICHAEL .183 ' GARCIA, VALERIE 174 GARZA, ELIZABETH 47 183 GARZA, JOSE 105 GARZA, JUAN 44 45 46 76 105 . GARZA, MARIA 193 GARZA, RENATO 193 GAZZERA, CINDY 193 GAZZERA, WENDY 183 GEORGE, MELANIE 183 GER-IIQAN, VERONICA 72 GIHEERT, MICHAEL 105 GIIHIBEISPIE, ALAN 174 GLISPEY, ERIC 145 GOERTZEN, RODNEY 41 170 174 DFF, ROBYN 41 69 105 DLDFEDER, SIMONE 193 DMES, JILL 105 QMEZ, ADELE 174 DINAEZ, CHRISTINA 58 JMEZ, GINA 183 DMWZ, ISELA 193 DIVAEZ, MICHAEL 60 140 1 JMEZ, RASHELLA 105 DMIA, SHAWN 42193 JNZALES, ALISA 174 INZALES, JOEY 105 INZALEZ, FAUSTINO ,175 gODIN, MARY 193 lglgm, MELODY 44 45 IODIN, RUSSELL 64 ,193 IODING, SONDRA 16 41 175 223 ZDON, ALISON 63 175 PRDON, CANDICE 40 183 PRDON, MATTHEW 82 133 193 F953 DARLENE 124 159 ISS, DENNIS 54 103 105 141 142 AHAM, MIKA 106 :I5I3EDA, CHRIS 149 AJEDA, FRANCISCA 158 193 AMMER, CHRISTINE I06 AY, TY 175 EEN, TANYA 193 EEN, WILLIAM 106 EENE, JARED 193 EEINWOOD, CAROLYN I EGOR, SHEILA 54 183 EGORY,'BILL 183 EGSTON, JASON 43 I9 193 FFIN, MARJORlE183 DVER, HELEN 193 DVER, PHILIP 183 EIZRERO, CRISTOBAL 7 ERRERO, LIDIA 115 ERRERO, SANDRA 24 6 66 69 106 5RRERO, VICTORIA ,83 ERRERO, WILLIAM 83 IIAYAGAY, ,VANGELIN 183 ITHER, BRYAN 133 IROLA, ISABEL 193 I,FgOLA, YOLANDA H .S, SCOTT 47 183 tK, RAMONA 165 175 IOOD, KELLY 184 AMICEK, SHANI 175 E, JODIE 23 64 70 76 66 167 175 222 E, SHIRLENE 175 L, JONATHAN 91 146 93 SEY, MISTY 184 IILTON, MATTHEW 47 7 69 170 IMIL, BOWEN 175 IMOND, HOLLY 45 gMOND, TERRELL 133 3 ,DLEY, JEFF 55 194 'DLEY, JIM 54 106 ER, TIMOTHY 54 106 EY, CARL 184 SEN, MICHELE 40 70 58 194 197 SEN, JOHN 161 LAN, JEANNE 44106 PER, CHAD 95 133 FENGTON, PAUL 63 I ROUN, KETA 51 184 T, MICHAEL 84 106 TMAN, ANGELA 44 i 184 TMAN, CYNTHIA 14 I6 124 159 BUN, JOANNA 51 63 I4 H, MICHELLE 106 135 '6 ?IELD, MICHAEL 164 HATHCOCK, SHANNYN 82 83 184 HATTEN, GREGORY 133 HAYS, BILL 194 HAYWARD, LORI40175 HAYWARD, ROBERT 106 138 HEARD, CHRISTI 107 HEARD, KIMBERLY 184 HELMS, BARBARA 46 184 HEMPHILL, SHELLY 43 194 HENRY, BRANDI 194 HENRY, CHAD 194 HENSLEY, CHARLIE 184 HENEILEY, TRACY 58 69 HENSON, JONATHAN 45 47 159 HERSIANDEZ, ADRIAN 4 HERNANDEZ, ANNA 58 107 HERNANDEZ, EDUARDO 122124159194 HERNANDEZ, EDWARD 146 154 175 HERNANDEZ, GILBERT 40 175 HERNANDEZ, JEANETTE 175 HERNANDEZ, LETICIA 194 HERNANDEZ, MICHELLE 40 41 59 66 107 HERNANDEZ, MICHELLE 66 59 107 HERNANDEZ, REGINA 40 63 69 107 194 HERNANDEZ, REGINO 38 40 170 HESNANDEZ, TERESA 58 5 I-IERRERA, .IAVIER 194 HERSERA, JOANNA 58 HESTER, DENISE 175 I HEY-ENER, CURTIS 140 5 HEVENER, DIANNA 107 HILL, BRIAN 144 HILLS, MICHAEL 47 HILTY, JOHN 184 HINOJOS, JULIA 184 HIPP, KAREN 78 107 HIT'CgI-AICOCK, SHERYL HIXON, JASON 184 HOBBS, BRENT 28 33 68 107108125127 HODSON, DARCELLE 175 HOFFMAN, JOSEPH 184 HOFFMAN, MELISSA 107 HUGAN, GREG 107 111 129 152 HOGIQN, RENNE 53 58 17 HOGAN, SHAWN 54 132 HOLgOMB, DAN 146 152 HOLDER, MELISSA 184 HOLgUIN, MARTHA 65 HOLLEY, LEAH 184 194 HOLLEY, RENEE 42 HOOPES, DAVID 45 141 HOOPES, DOUGLAS 107 146 147 HOCBPES, STEFNI 23 64 1 7 HOPE, CAROL 184 HOr7FgER, MARCUS 170 HOPWOOD, JULIE 41 64 170 194, HORNBRUG, THOMAS 28 A 74 107 125 HORTON, TIMOTHY 194 HOIJOZTON, BRADLEY 89 HOUSTON, JENNIFER 184 HOUSTON, KELLIE 46 165 194 HOWARD, JENNIFER 184 HOWERTON, MELISSA 8 59 184 HUE?TA, AUGUSTINE 44 HUFF, RAYMOND 28 40 4143 67107110187 HUGHES, CHRISTOPH 45 129130152175 HUGHES, CYNTHIA 176 HUGHES, WENDY 47 182 , 184 . HUITT, SEAN 184 HULL, RUSSELL 155 194 HUM, SETH 52 53180 HUMPHREY, SHANA 61 62 70 72165184 HUNTER, LISA 59' 60 72 HURLEY, MICHAEL 184 INIGUEZ, MARIA 184 IVEY, JOEL 41 43 175 JACKSON, CARIN 67 93 175 JACKSON, LINDA 46 175 JACKSON, RANDY 132 JACOBSON, ERIN 67 72 , 184 JAMES, JACQUES 194 JEFFREY, STEVEN 107 JEFFRIES, KEVIN 129 146 147 152 175 JEFFUS, JOEY 23 45 58 64 105 107 220 JENNINGS, MICHAEL 9 154 175 JENSEN, TRACEY 184 JIMENEZ, CORINA 46194 JIMENEZ. LAURIE194 JOHNSON, AARON 194 JOIiIgISON, DEREK 132 4 JOHNSON, FRANCINE 185 JOHNSON, LISA 182 185 JOHNSON, RICKY 33 54 129146154176 225 JOHNSTON, ERIN 64 136 150 162 176 JOHNSTON, RICK 35 54 56 57 99104110125 127146162198 JOHNSTON, RODNEY 54 90128162194195 JOINER, SUSAN 23 176 JONES, CHRISTOPHER 44 176 JONES, DAVID 63 72 132 145 185 JONES, KRISTINA 185 JONES, REBECCA 194 JONES, SEAN 185 JONES, TIMOTHY 110 JOOS, MICHAEL 47 170 185 JORDAN, MICHAEL 24 50 65 67 72110114 220 JOSEPH, MICHAEL 110 JOSLIN, PATRICA 40 185 223 JUDD, LISA 64 194 JUDGE, JAMES 185 JUMPER, ROBERT 47 185 K KARR, MIKA185 KEITH, JOE 185 KENNEDY, JASON 132 145 154 185 KENNEDY, RICHARD 14 25 26 5170 72125126 127162164176 222 KE?xLEY, KATHLEENA KEVERLINE, ANN 185 KIIIqEI5EY, JASON 31 140 KINELY, LA TONYA 194 KING, ALISON 23 63 64 76 110 KING. MICHELLE 30 45 46 76 87 110 KIRKLIN, JAMES 194 KORHONEN, ANTTI 50 72 110 KRAMER, BRIAN 194 KRIDER, ROBIN 176 KROEKER, JANICE 54 185 224 KRYZSKO, ANGELA 185 KUHS, JULIE 41 159 194 KUMAR, RAJA 59 80110 KUIEIE, LONNIE 41 110 LA BEEF, WILLIAM 138 LACY, JEFFERY 195 LAMBERT, DAVID 21 LAMPA, ARNOLD 185 LANSJSSTER, JENNIFER LANSZQSTER, JILL 170 LANLDSEROS, CHRISTINA LANDERS, RYAN 195 I ANG, JEFFRY 54 176 LANGENHORST, INGA 176 LANTRIP, RICK 54 109 110129130131152 LARA, EVETTE 185 LARA, RICKY 185 LARA, SUZETTE 195 LARA, YVONNE 74 93 185 LARKIN, DAWN 93 195 LARKIN, DONNIE110 LARKIN, DUSTIN 195 LARKIN, TISHA 53 165 . 195 LARSON, KATHY 64 185 LARSON, DEENA 185 LARSON, WENDY 174 176 LAWRENCE, JEFFREY 25 26 32 67 98106111 129130141142168 225 LAWSON, KENNETH 111 141142143168169 LAWSON, SHAWN 53 195 LEE, MATTHEW 133 148 195 LEE, TERESA 19 23 44 45 64 70 76 176 222 LEONARD MARK 132185 LEos, ANDRES 195 LERMA, ANDREA 185 LERMA, LISA 116 LEvENsALER, RANDALL 52 128 162 165 LEWIN, JENNIFER 23 25 26 61 64 76 77176 LICON, svLvIA 165 LIGHT, AUDRA 195 LINDBERG. SUDARSHAN 1 33 LINDSEY, DAVID 51 166 176 LINMAN, MARGARET 67 . 164 165 185 LINMAN, WYLDA 66 111 LOBATO, CATHERINE 43 137 158 195 LOESCHER, JOSEPH 111 LONG, CHAD 42 166195 LOPER, MARK 166 195 LOPEZ, ABEL 176 LOPEZ, DOLORES 60 62 170 183 185 LOPEZ, GERALDINE 58 1 LOPEZ, LISA 30 40 72 176 LOPEZ, MATI'IE 40 42 65 195 LOPEZ, RAY 176 LOPEZ, WILLIAM 132 LORENTZEN, KRISTIN 35 135 176 LOSEE, MELISSA 63 111 221 LOVEJOY, KRISTINE 176 LOWE, CYNTHIA 111 LOWERY, SUMAKA 195 LOZA, JAVIER 142 185 LUCAS, RACHEL 186 LUJAN, MICHELLE 101 137150158195 LUJAN, VICTORIA 51 101 111 A LUMSDEN, LEWIS 195 LUNA, ANDRE195 LUNA, BERNADETT 16 45 66 111 113 LUNSI5 GABRIEL 148 170 LUN645 JENNIFER 42 165 LYONS, KELLI 195 MABALOT, WILLIAM 195 MAC DONALD, CRAIG 129 176 MADRID. ERICK195 200 MADRID, VANESSA 195 MADRIGAL, DOLORES 41 59 93 186 MAPFEUGA, JOHN 145 7 MAGAN, SHANA 28 111 MACZQNA, CARLOS 144 1 144 165 195 . MAHONEN, MINNA 47 72 111 159 MANDELLA, JULIE 162 176 MANDDLPI-I, MARLAS 11 24 26 63 MARcoM, STEVE 133 195 MARCONI, LORIANNE 15 16 3132 33 66 67 71 98 99106109 111136 ,150 156 ' MARCONI, MELISSA 19 23 72137162186188 MAGANA, GABRIEL 133 f MARLOWE, MICHELLE 5 71 MARLOWE, TIMMY 176 MAROUES, ARACELI 195 MARQUEZ, ANNA 58 195 MARQUEZ, JOAOUINA 59 17 MARQUEZ, JORGE 59 132 154 176 MARQUEZ, TRICIA 54 186 MARTELL, MELISSA 50 67 81 112 115 MARTIN, CORBETT 195 MARTIN, HEATHER 186 MARTIN, KYRSTAN 186 MARTIN, STEVE 42 148 155 196 MARTIN, TRACY 186 MARTINEZ, EVE 20 41 116 176 MARTINEZ, LESLIE 112 MARTINEZ, SARAH 66 MARTINEZ, SILVIA 186 MARIXN, MELISSA 64 112 15 MAEJDN, FREDERICK 52 MASON, TOD 9112 MATES, LISA 54 176 MATTHEWS, MELISSA 162 196 MAUGHAN, DANIEL 4 51 125 176 MAURICE, DAMON 133 145 155 196 MAURICE, DEANNA 195 MAUVAIS, CRISTENA 93 185 186 MAXWELL, DEENA 40 43 67 176 MAY7iEN, RONDA 48 54 1 MAISIEELD, CAROLYN MAYFIELD, STEVEN 59 69 112 159 MAYQ, CARMEN 40 170 1 MAYS, MARKO 59 66 112 168 169 MC1ggISTER, BRIAN 8 MC CAFFERY, LARA 41 43 177 221 MC CAULEY. MICHELLE 54 158 186 224 MC CAW, DENISE 112 MC CAW, KARIN 47 MC COY, MARY 196 MC CRAY, MICHAEL 69 72 112 MC CRAY, RICHARD 69 72 186 MC DOWELL, SEAN 195 MC ELROY, MICHELL 48 MC GILLIVRAY, KRISTINA 159 165 196 MC GIVERN, NICOLE 16 Zg112134135150151 1 MCGSEJVRAN, BRANDI 12 MC GOVRAN, JOSEPH 133 MC KAY, DONAVAN 40 112 168 MC KEE, ANTHONY 132 MC2KINNEY, DARIN 186 25 MC LAIN, CHARLIE 41 162 175 177 MC MILLAN, JENNIFER 54 159 161 186 MC NQBB, JEREMY 59 11 MC PHAILL, KEVIN 196 MEHL, SCOT 61 196 MEJIA, PATRICIA 196 MENDES, DEBORA 112 MEZDES, PAULINE 177 1 MENDEZ, EDGAR 141 ME:'I9lgIOLA, JANET 46 80 MENDONCA, JENNIFER 8 MEIISOZA, RUBEN 112 MERRITT, GREG 12 54 103112130152 MEZQ RAMIRO 122 159 1 MII3I3IaETON, CHARLIE 40 MIEZQISETON, DEsI 41 84 MILBER, NICHOLAS 40 1 MILLER SHERRI 40 136 MILLERICK, CHRIS 186 MINUGH, SHANE 133 166 MINUGH, SHAWN 112129 130 - MIRISE, AMOANDA 43 196 , MIRISE, JASON 41 43 177 I MITCHELL, BRIAN 177 MITCHELL, STEPHANIE 61 196 MIZE, TAMMY 196 MOZISIQANEZ, VERAMARIE I MONTGOMERY, BRANDON 41 186 MONTGOMERY, CHRIS 154 177 MCiIggGOMERY, JAYDEN MONTGOMERY, MELISSA 40 196 l MCaI'gIgOYA, ANGEL 89 MONTOYA, JULIAN 65 186 MOODY, LINDA 186 I MOORE, KRISTA 177 MOORE, MARK 22 23 56 57 63 64 70 98104108 110 112 I MOOS, BENJAMIN 196 MORALES, JIMMY 8186 MORALES, SAMMY 20 112 116 I MORALES, MARCIAL 41 133 196 MqRE4FIELD, PAMELA 1 MORELES, CHRISTINA 24 66 69 113 MORENO, ANTHONY 113 MORENO, CHRIS 113 122 123 MoRENo, DAVID 166 MoRENo,,MARK 111 MORENO, TRACY 46 113 I MORRIS, CASH 145 166 MORRIS, KIMBERLY 113 MORSE, BRANNDON 95 145 111 MORTON, vvoNNE 196 Moses, JULIE 44 111 I MOTA, ADRIANA 43 MZUISPHACHANH, KHAM 1 MuNIz MA1'rHEw 196 Mugcgi, PATRICK 54 140 MUNSON, CORRENA 40 177 MUNSON, MICHAEL 196 MURILLO, GINA 113 MURILLO, LISA 41 196 MURPHY, MICHELLE 196 l MU1FgFgHY, RACHAEL 82 MUSSER, SARAH 177 N NASH, TIFFANY 62 187 ' NAVARRETE, JESSE 196 NAVARRETE, SELINA 187' NAVARRETTE, CORINNA 40 187 NAVARRETTE, DENISE 113 155 NAVARRO, ANTONIO 144 155 196 NAVARRO, HILDA 65 88 NAVARRO, MARIA 61 187 NEESE, ERIC 187 NEGSETE, JESSE 132 1 NELSON, ERIC 68 145 170 191 ,I NETTO, FRANK 61018 I 22 23 28 33 56 57 64 68 70109113 192 221 NETTO, LISA 31 40197 NIBIBACK, ERNEST 43 1 1 NICHOL, JEFF 47 165 197 NICI5gLS, MICHAEL 113 1 NIEBANK, SAMUEL 20 21 28138139177. . NIEDERREITER, DOUGLAS 28 29554624 f, 1 13 NIEDERREITER, MELISSA 71 159 197 NINO, CAROLINE 187 NINO, MANUEL 38 39 40 4189132 154187 NINO, MATTHEW 114 129 1 30 NIXON, DASHA 133 NOFBFIIS, KIRK 4 44 47 NUCKOLS, MICHAEL 138 139 177 NUNES, SUNDI 19177 " ' J213 NUNEZ. DANIEL 41 114 122 159160 NUNEZ, RICHARD 4 59 122144 177 222 NUNNELEE, JOE 177 O'BANION ALVIS 197 O BRIEN JAMES 91 197 O DELL SUZANNE 91 O DELL TRISHA 177 ' O KEEFE KERI 197' O LEARY MICHAEL 45 47 166 177 OATES JOSEPH 41 43 ' ODLE ALVIN 9 12140 OLIVAREZ ELOY 187 OLIVAS ANGELA 58 114 OLIVEIRA LOREE 71 136 156 187 OLIVEIRA MARTHA 40 59 OLIVEIRA STEPHANIE 43 OLSEN KIRK 129 177 OLVERA MARISELA 65 OMOS JAMES 129 130 ONTIVEROZ GRACIE 66 OREGON JESUS 187 ORR ANGELA 60 65 66 67 84105114169 ORR CHARLES 65 67 69 ORR WILLIAM 65 67 69 ORTEGA GABRIEL 133 OWEN JOHN 67 '114 129 130 152 1-1 PACE DARIN 23 45 68 PACE GEOF 114 PAGE DOWNEY 44 165 PANIAGUA ADOLFO 144 PANNELL, KYLA 159 177 PANNELL SHAWNA 47 PAOLINI SAM 23 45 64 114 140 PARKER ROBERT 129 140 177 PARKER TAMMY 40 66 72 170 177 PARKINSON DANIEL 25 PARRAZ TERRI 46 177 PARREIRA AMANDA 40 PATE SHONDA 191 197 PEGAN DEL 139 180 187 PELAIZ CHRISTINA 114 PELTZER CHARLES 133 PENA DORIS 177 PENA ELISA 197 PENA YANIRA 40 63 64 PERALTA CARLOS 197 PEREZ JOSE 140 197 PEREZ ROSALBA 59 187 PETERSON MICHAEL PETERSON STACY 158 PETRI ANN 59 177 PETRI NORMAN 41 43 PETTY, REBECCA 124 159 197 PHILLIPS BRIAN 187 PHILLIPS LARRY 197 PHILLIPS REGINALD 197 PHILLIPSON DANIELLE 71 197 PHIPPS TRICIA 67 70 72 162 183 187 PIERSON NORMA 115 PIGG DAVID 41 162 178 PINION KIMBERLY 170 PINION LORIE197 PIRES SERGIO 187 POBLANO RENE 122 123 POLK SCOTTIE 47 133 148155195 197 PORTER DERRICK129 PORTER MARLO178 PORTER WALTER 133 POTTS CHRISTIAN 41 POTTS ERIC 115 '197 ' I 114 177 I I I 187 ' . I 111 1 I 191 I 177 177 I I 0 I I 187 I I 191 I I 51114166220 I I 197 I I I l 114 I I 191 191 ' I 197, I . I I I 197' 161 ' I 14s I I I 191 187' 21,4 POWELL, PATRICK 40 POXELL, REGINA 58 70 PRATT, JENNIFER 32 33 54 84103113115169 PRICE, CHRISTINE 48 PRICE, DOUGLAS 54 115 PRICE, PAMELA 91 178 PRINE, SHERRY 187 PRYgR, APRIL 8 43 67 72 PRYgR, WENDY 52 67 PRZYBYLSKI, ERIK 5 40 197 PRZYBYLSKI, CHUCK 115 PUGH, JULIE 58 67 197 PUGH, MICHAEL 178 PUTMAN, WENDI 134135 QUEEN, CASSANDRA 8 50 53 115 OUILLA, LORENA 187 OUINN, PATRICK 10 15 2133106115125126 OUINTANA, BELEN 197 QUIROZ, ESTER 168 169 OUIIZOZ, LINO 83 122 159 1 7 R RACHAL, JEFFERY 9 14 26 50100101115122 159 222 RAI.g?I'ON, KIMBERLY 47 RAMIREZ, ARTHUR 187 RAIIJEIEZ, CAROLYN 41 RAMIREZ, HARVEY 20 115 RAMIREZ, MARTHA 197 RAwgIEZ. MICHELLE 72 RAMIREZ, MOISES 115 RAIVJREZ, PATRICIA 46 RAMOS, JOANN 43 88 187 RAMOS. ROBBIE133140 196 197 RAMOS, SABRINA 115 RANDALL, KAREN 44 178 RAUTTER, ALAINE 116 REBS-ILES, CHRISTINA REBELES, NORMA 178 RECTOR, DARIN 45 116 129 130 REED, AMBER 116 REED, CHRIS 47 187 REED, KEVIN 40 43 168 169 178 'REED, MARY 1-16 REED, MELANIE 43197 REEVES, RENEE159 187 REHFELD, CHARICE 64 78 178 221 REWSN, REGINA 48 64 REIMAN, TANYA 137 168 REIMER, DAVID 144 188 REIS. SHANNON 64 188 REgIg'5RIA, HENRY 58 RENTERIA, LORETTA 197 RENTERIA. RICKY 58 88 RENZELMAN, BRAD 34 47128162163185188 RESER, VALERIE 69 197 REYES, JESSE 197 REYES, MARIA 16 24 58 66 69 REYNOLDS. CRECIA 38 40 63 76116 223 REYQISLDS, JOHN 14 72 REggIOLDS, MELISSA 59 REY5I7OLDS, PAMELA 64 REYNOSO. LISA 197 RIBEIRO, JENNIFER 40 64 137 197 RICE, CHRISTOPHER 178 RICIAQRDS, ANNE 148 1 RICHARDS, MARCELINA 148 159 197 RICHARDS, STEVEN 113 116 152 RICHMOND, KELLY 116 150 151 157 RICHMOND, STACY 43 RICHTER, INGA 188 RIDENOUR. BRIAN 25 52 59 188 RIEMANN, TANYA 72 116 RILEY, JAMES 13.197 RILEY, JANET 116 RILEY, RENEE 41 197 RIQZBMELISSA 40 184 RITTER, MICHELLE 64 197 RIVAS, GABRIEL 50 51 59 79 141 142 ROFSERTSON, TAMMY ROSESON, CHARLES ROFJNSON, MICHELLE ROBINSON, NATHANAEL 43 198 ROBLES, CHRISTINA 47 58 188 ROF7IhES, ESMERLADA 58 ROCHA, BRETT 133 148 155 198 RODRIGUEZ, ALMA 198 ROPQIZIGUEZ, ALVARO 83 RODRIGUEZ, JORGE 145 188 RODRIGUEZ, MARCOS 122 159 198 RODRIGUEZ, MELINDA 42 58 65 198 RODRIGUEZ, NORMA 158 198 RODRIGUEZ, KEITH 132 154 ROP7FgIGUEZ, RAMIRO RODRIGUEZ, RICHARD 9 51 193 198 RODRIGUEZ, SAUL 13 59 90122159160188 ROETBH, GRETCHEN 50 ROETH, JENNIFER 45 76 116 ROGERS, APRIL 19a RoLFo, DAMON 20 117 ROMERO, EMILIO 117 141 RoIvIERo. GABRIEL 144 RoMERo NoRA 40188 ROOKE, RICHARD 19s ROQUE, DAVID 196 ROSE, CURT 141 119 ROSE, JOHN 54 178 224 ROSE, MELANIE 47 185 188 ROSE, SUSAN 117 ROUCH, KIMBERLY 44 170 188 ROWLEY. LESLIE 54 117 156 198 224 ROWLEY, MICHAEL 133 155 195 198 RUIZ, OLGA 59 178 RUIZ, SOLINE 42 198 RUIZ, SUNNY 40 159 198 224 RUSTAN, RHONDA 47 SAE CHAO, MUANG 178 SAELEE, MEY 188 SAENZ, JULIAN 198 SAENZ, ROSALINDA 117 SALSIJPHONH, BOUASY 1 SALMON. JULIAN 47 198 SAIAQNIEGO. MANUEL SAMPLE, GREGORY 61 178 SAMSON, THERESE 40 170 188 SANCHEZ, AARON 117 SANCHEZ, IRENE 178 SANCHEZ, JORGE 122 123 144 188 SANQERS, CHERYL 35 ' 1 SANDERS, FRED 94 SANDERS, JOY 40 45 188 SANEBERS, VANESSA 47 1 SANELLANEZ, DENNIS SANTOS, SYLVIA 60 117 SARTAIN, TERESA 46 188 SARTIN, BILL 54 79 117 SARTIN, SHERMAN 74 SAWATSKY, KENNETH 142 168 178 SCHELLING, MICHELE 162 SC:-IgELZLA, CHRISTINA SCHMELZLA, JASON 59 60 67 188 SCHMIDT, JULIE 178 SCHNELBACH, DIANA 65 67 69 7172108117 SCHNELBACH, KATHERINE 65 69 198 SCHOENAUER, KAYLA 64 198 SCI"IgL, MELODY 48 177 SCHWAN, TERESA 117 SCIACOUA, TONI 8 41 51 196 198 SCOTCHIE, TIMOTHY 95 117 SCOTT, KELLEY 44 178 SCOTT, KENNETH 132 154 188 SEAGLER. FAWN 178 SEARCY, CHRISTIE 68 117 , SEARCY, PHOEBE 178 SEARCY, TODD 23 198 SEDILLO, JOSEPH 133 148 SEE, RICHARD 117 SEESER, ROSANNE 198 SEESER, TERESA 47 188 SEMPERGER, ALISA 64 117 156 157 SENN, JOHN 54 129 130 152 153 178 SERPA, LUCY 46 198 SERVIN, ROSA 178 SHAW JEANEANE 41 43 165 198 223 SHEFFIELD, KEITH 52 186 188 SHELDRICK, DARREN 170 198 SHELDRICK, KEITH 141 142143168179 SHELTON, JEFF 117 SHERRELL. STEVE 179 SHIPMAN, RUSSELL 179 SHIRK, BRYAN 10 30 70 125126162179 SHIRK, PAUL 10 47 128 140 170 198 SHOUSE, PAUL 13 SHULER, STEVEN 24 25 40 188 SIEGENTHALER, SHARON 40 170 188 SILER, DAYMON 41 117 SILFBFS, KIMBERLEY 41 SILVA, TINA 71 188 SIMPSON, SHANNON 194 SIMPSON, TRACIE 23 28 44 48 63 70108117 SIMPSON, WENDY 32 33 45 56 61 67 70 117 SIIIGIS, DEREK 9 40 43 64 SINGH, DEVON 9 24 40 72 137162163188 SINOR, AUDREY 9 SKIDMORE, VIRGINIA 189 SLOAT, LISA 54 189 SLOVER, SANDRA 23 135 156 179 SMEIS, BERNADETT 174 SMITH, BEVERLY 198 SMITH, CHRISTIE 136 198 SMITH, CHRISTINA 46 170 179 SMITH, MARK 117 SMITH, MARLAN 41 199 SMITH. RENE179 SMITH, TERRI199 SMITH, TIM 64118 146 SMI'I'H, TIMOTHY 179 SMUTS, DAVID 72 199 SNOW, GARY 179 SNOW, SHANA 93 SORIA, ELIAS 199 SORRELS, AMY 198 199 SORRELS, SHANNON 20 54 55 179 SOS-EVA, ROSEALVA 65 SOTO, DEBBIE 91 118 SOXMAN, DONNA 28 118 168 169 SOXMAN, TRACY 70 72 170 189 SPAFQKS. SHANNON 10 SPATZ, JENNIFER 179 SPEERT, JOKTON 199 SPRAGUE, JUSTIN 179 STAGE, JEFFERY 199 STAILEY, GLEN 199 STESSIENS, BRIAN 155 1 STEPHENS, DANA 61 64 189 STOCKS, MICHELLE 118 STOIJBDARD, JOHN 41 43 STOKES. TIMOTHY 51 1 59 189 STONE. PAUL 199 STONER, JUSTIN 41 51 123 159 160187 STOOPS, JEANNIE 189 STOOPS, STEPHEN 199 STORY, DEBRA 40 43 76 189 223 STRANGE. APRIL 149 179 STUBBS, HEATHER 199 STUEVEN, LAURA 50 67 115 118 ' SUAREZ, MARIA 137199 SUTTSIN, JENNIFER 41 SUTTON, SHANE 41 199 SWANBERG, CQRISTOPHER 132 SWIFT, ADAM 51 141 143 179 SWOPE, JOSEPH 16 129 152 153 179 SYMONS, BRADLEY 118 SZAKSILA, KARENA 162 TACKETT, CHRISTL 47 199 TARBELL, ROBERT 118 224 TAYLOR, MICHELE 13 182 189 TAYLOR, TIMOTHY 8 44 45 66 77 118 TERRELL, RICHARD 45 17 TERRELL, SEAN 47 199 TERRY, NATALIE 47 199 TERRY, TOD 45 50 52 53 54 105 118 TETER, SETH 43 67 72 128 165 199 THAO, BAO 59 THAO,1,TENG 60 THOMAS, BETTY 179 THOMAS, MELISSA 42 68 124 THOMPSON, DEBRA 118 THOMPSON, HEATHER 93 189 THOSQPSON, ROBERT THORNBURG, JASON 15 25 26119129130146 147 152 153 THURMAN, MELYNDA 14 58 48 64 119 TIDWELL, JAMES 199 TIDWELL, RINI 189 TODD, DAVID 199 TODD, JAMIE 19 158178 TOONEY, BILL 44 TOOTLE, KAREN 38 39 41 43159161193199 TORRES, BERNADETTE 40199 TORRES, LISA 58 199 TORRES, MICHELLE 189 TORRES, RAMON 199 TOSCANO, CARLOS 189 TOUCH, PHEAP 189 TOVAR, CESAR 179 TRACY, JENNIFER 14 63 67 124 165 189 TRAPP, KARA 32 33 106 119 221 TRAPP, THEODORE 11 44 70 162 189 TRUJILLO, ANNA 199 TRUJILLO, DEBORAH 50 179 TRUJILLO, EUGENIA 119 TRUJILLO, SAIDA 65 199 TRUJILLO, STEPHANIE 26 50 70169179 TUCKER, PATRICIA 189 TUNING, WILLIAM 47 68 TURL, KRISTA 59199 TURNER, DON 41 179 TURNER, PAULA 40 43 65 67 69 119 TURNER, TERRY 119 TURgI5R, TIMOTHY 165 1 TYLER, GERALD 132 179 ULAM. WENDY 8 51 64 70 150 159 UOTA, SPENCE 67 179 VALENCIA, ADAM 133 154 189 VALEQICIA, ARNULFO 1 I VALLE. GERSON 199 A VAN AUKEN, ROBERT I 189 VAN GRONINGEN, LAURA 45 64 71 119 134 135 ' VAN WOERKOM. TIM 41 43 166 187 189 VANDAELE. JOSHUA 20 129 131 159 VANG, KAYING 189 VANG, KOUA 200 VANG, VONG 200 VANNOY, CHERISE 189 VARGAS, PEDRO 13212 VARTGESS, LAUREN 43 72 179 VASQUEZ. ISABELLE 65 VASOUEZ, LISA 179 ' VEGA. CARMELA 181 1E VELA, OMAR 74 80 132 154 189 VELQSOUEZI LETICIA VERESIMO. ALYSA 45 VERISSIMO, KIMBERLY 46 200- VERXSR, FRANCISCO VERVER, JULIAN 119 VICQQIZRA, VALERIE 65 6 VICENTI, JOSEPH 12 69 VICENTI, MICHAEL 47 2C VICK. ERIK 41 200 ' VISTSRY, BRANDON 8 140 189 VIELMA, RALPH 148 " VILLAFANA, OFELIA 189 VILLARREAL, ALBERT 189 VINCENT, DOUG 189 VINCENT. TERRY 47 179 220 VINCENTI, JOE 59 VISCARRA, VALERIE 40 60 179 222 223 WALKER, DOROTHY 24 179 WALKER, KENNETH 122 159 161 WALKER, PAMELA9 28 33248 49 56 119 221 WALKER, ROBB 179 WALLACE, JULY 30 179 WALSTON, STEPHEN 28 4143 67119166 WARD, HELEN 200 WARFIELD, MALIO 200 WARNER, MICHELLE 28 101120168169 WSIZJSJON, MARC 91 138 WATT, EVETTE 47 179 WILYJISIIIRE, SHELLY 40 WEAVER, TAMMV 119 WEBB, LAURA 25 61 72 1as 162 189 wEcIcwERTH, JONATHAN 40 43 200 WECKWERTH, KARL 40 41 43 so 120 wEEsE, .IUDITH 41 199 WEGERBAUER, DAIIION 200 WEIBELL, NICHOLAI 40 72 128 165 200 WEIMER, VICKY 14 23 4E 49 56 59 63 70106101 120 WELCH, LARRY 189 WELLS, CHRISTIAN 192 2oo , wEi16co1'r, MELISSA 1 1 I WHITE, HELEN ss 2oo I WI-REED, RICHARD 44 WHITING, MICHAEL 91 WHITTINGHILL, DIANE 120 WI-QTIEINGHILL, LINDA WHYTE, KIMBERLY 61 162 179 221 WILKINSON, JASON 189 WIIEISINSON, KIMBERLY WILKINSON, RICHARD 4 68 132 159 WILKINSON, SHELLY 124 WIEEFMS, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, GREG 200 WILLIAMS, JASON 179 S -iw MN? APA, Wt, 3 1. 4 125'- MVK ,x 2'Y Gb H R -...I 5 , EW 6 iw, sw it its A J P-4, 'f"'Wff,vf ' 5 "l f-" J '7' iVrW' , R AA , fy '---' ' lil 1 dv M V L. , ij I 1 , ii - Z in A 3411. sf 4 Q if Wi, fi I7 'Q 1,726 ' ww 'H 42. 1 f .Jn i in J 57 g 5 4? ,U if 042626 g 4f,?f'Q7 I 5 9008? Q2 Q QW QQ " 0 0 C h D I i '1 Q C O nclusl , 'on Changing events changes lives Vana White and Pat Sajak became household names this year as students tuned in to "Wheel of Fortune" at 7 p.m. everyday to make it the most popular program in television history. Students could also be heard talking about popular shows like "Moonlighting," "Family Ties" and "Cosby." Those TV programs and several others domi- nated the conversation among students on many occasions in 1986-87 and, in many cases, influenced the way students dressed, acted, and lived. Television and movies remained a strong influence on teenagers and continued to change and shape lives, as did many other events. A strong anti-drug campaign lead by President Reagan and backed by Congress created the possibility of drug tests among workers and students. Students debated nuclear disarmament in classes and watched as talks between the United States and the Soviet Union to reduce nuclear warheads ended in a stalemate. Many also debated the role of the United States in Central America. Then they watched as President Reagan came under attack for a deal that traded weapons for hostages held in the Middle East, with the funds for that sale going to the Contras in Nicaragua. Despite the world's turmoil, the news brought plenty of excitement and adventure, too, when the crew of the Voyager, lead by Tulare County natives, became the first to fly non-stop around the world without refueling. 218 x vtsotia Times-Delta ....,fvr:'1", ..,,,.ffWH"f 'cc' . .. - an 3TiTAnterika': It cait'tl12ll7PQn m,m'f.'in,,F- Top 10 TV shows "Famlly Tles" 6. " "The Cosby Show" 7. "Growing Palns" "Cheers" 8. " "Nlght Court" 9. ' "Murder She Wrote" 10. Who's the Boss?" 60 Minutes" 'Golden Glrls" "Moonllghtlng" Top movies "Platoon A Room with a Vlew Children of a Les God" "H8l'l!'l8h Bhd H8 The Mission" ' Star Trek IV "Top Gun Q "Crocodile Dundee ' Hoosiers The Color ot Money il lc u " ser r - Sisters" It I il I! ll 6 I! H 79 Top singles 1. "Lean on Me" by Club Nouveau 2. "Let's Walt AwhIle" by Janet Jackson 3. "Nothlng's Gonna Stop Us Now" by Starshlp 4. "Mandolin Ram" by Bruce Hornsby 81 Th6 Range a 5. "Somewhere Out There" by Llnda Ronstadt and James Ingram 6. "Tonight, Tonight, Tonlght' by Genesis 7. "Jaeob's Ladder" by Hue Lewis 81 The News Top video rentals "Back to School" The Karate Kld Pt. 2 "Runnlng Sea d Allens" Top LP s "Licensed to Klll by Beastle Boys 1 2 Slippery When Wet' by Bon Jovt 3 The Way It Is" by Bruce Hornsby 8x The Flange Q 4 "Graceland by Paul Slmon 5 Control by Janet Jackson 6 'Invisible Touch" by Genesis 7 "Llfe, Love and Paln" b Club Nouveau 1. z. If ! 3. F6 H 4. " 5. 'fRuthless Poo le" The event that affected students and Contract dispute tops local news teachers the most in 1986-87 was the breakdown in contract talks between the Visalia Unified Teachers Association and the Visalia Unified School District Board of Education. The result of that breakdown, following several months of negotiations, was a teacher slowdown and the possibility of adding extra days to the school year. In an attempt to draw attention to the teacher cause and the services teachers provide, many teach- ers entered the work slowdown, refusing to perform extra duties outside of the seven-hour day. In mid March, school officials were working on a plan to add extra days to the school year so the district could meet minimum classroom hours and qualify for state educational funds. 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Not at Golden West Teachers and students were quick to react in 1987 when the Visalia Times-Delta editorialized that Golden West may have a priority problem just because it failed to enter a team of six students in Tulare County's academic decathlon. The editorial suggested that Golden West failed to prove that "getting kids excited about academics is the No. 1 challenge." Had the Times-Delta looked beyond the one-day-a-year deeathlon that invloves just a handful of students, - it would have dis- covered there are dozens of activities and competitions at Golden West that get students excited about academics. The Math and Home Economics depart- ments competed against Valley schools in several competitions. Musical groups received excellent and superior ratings at a competition festival. Regular in-class com- petitions took place in science classes, agri- culture students competed for the title of State Farmer and other awards, journalism students won the Valley sweepstakes award. etc., etc. x NOX 119 , Editorial bi w,,mm,,. .F,.,,,,v,f,nmaae:eaimia:er:::1:csfn:2Le .mf ...- 1 ..... q1ng.gaart.f.-vac 4 -1 llur views T o academic decathlon team? How can this be? What a shame Golden West High School is l Skipping the acadcmw decathlon this year- Academic clccathlons are 0 swell idea. They ElV0,k'd5 with brains who aren ti exactly gridiron material fl chance to show off a lltllC- Golden West should be participatillg- The official reason is lrlflk ' terest on the par! Of lg-cilden West students. Can this possibly be true? Thcy don't seem to have aol' problem at Redwood and Mt, Whitney. True, tccn-agers can be difficult to motivate task one to clean up his rooml. but no one expressed any interest at all? For Golden West ' administrators to admit they failed to p9fSU0d0 students to get -evolved '- this is a chance to show off implies they didn't Y-FY Ver! halgtducators' No. 1 mission is to educate. YP aqvancla the cause of tlnnkml! QU analysis, skills essential to America's future well-being. lf we can have football teams. which are also part of education. we can have academic decathlon teams- . In ey and ai4,a"'1 J an an ot er n U n?r?ping at our heels in the science and industry raC0. tting kids excited about giademies is me Nach , challenge. Go en knows that. S0 why no'- ve it. prsve refuse to believe that g Golden West students aren't interested. . School board Presidentln Elisa Maas has it NSN- we can't get the studerjfs otivated " she said, then m we need to work harder OU it " lprionty problem- I' also ' TOP LEFT: Assistant principal Ed Janzen presents a trophy to Brian Doe following a Math Department competition. MIDDLE LEFT: Joe Vicenti receives congratulations and a trophy from assistant principal Ed .lanzen after winning a math contest. LEFT: Home Economic students Henry Renteria, Joey Jeffus, Chris- tine Dias and Regina Powell receive a cake from the FHA for the awards they won at a competition in Delano. TOP RIGHT: Dan Parkinson won a physics class contest with this tower he constructed from one sheet of 8 112 X 11-inch paper. ABOVE: Pathfinder Editor Patrick Barr and sports editor Michael .Iordan receive the Valley's sweepstakes award for journalism. 220 ' Changing from the 'me generation' Today's teenagers have been accused by some of forming the "me generation, " a group, they say, that only thinks about themselves. There were many exceptions to that seen at Golden West High School in 1986-87. Future Homemakers of America students, for example, con- l ducted a canned-food drive during Thanksgiving to collect food for needy families in Tulare County. Student govern- ment conducted a similar drive at Christmas which many students responded to. Several students, including mem- bers of the Science Club and FHA, took part in Hands Across Visalia, a community effort to raise funds for Visalia-area needy families. Students who took a Peer Counseling class together during the first semester formed a peer counseling group second semester in an effort to help other students with problems and concerns they encounter. X K, , .. uv 6. YI .f ,V 2 ti" , at , its , gg v 2' W I 3 ff f qi. .wg TOP LEFT: Student Body President Frank Netto looks over the canned food collected by students for needy families during Christ- mas. LEFT: Students who formed a peer counseling group to help students cope with their problems and concerns are, front row - Melissa Losee, Alison Gordon, Charlotte Berry, Lara McCaffery, Christie Akkerman. Middle row - Kara Trapp, Charice Rehfeld, Jeanette Cook, Pauline Mendes, Pam Walker, adviser Dorothy Collins. Back Row - Vera Montanez, Brandy Caine, Nicole McGivem, Larry Fishburn, Adam Davis. ABOVE: Kim Whyte takes part in Hands Across Visalia, an event held to raise funds for the needy in the Visalia area. Photos by lVIatt Black 221 attended th student more. fire seems that resulted in Cha New lTl0St They C the crowd, gag. The several days intent on events. TOP. Rally sioner C West magically forms into a more pow- erful opponent fMike Bockmanj after eating his spinich. RIGHT: Second semes- ter student govemment officers, front row: Rally Commissioner Greg Borrud, President Richard Kennedy, Treasurer Mike Feil. Back row: Publicity Commissioner Jodie Hale, Club Commis- sioner Teresa Lee, Sec- retary Beth Christensen, Head Songleader Pam Walker, Vice President John Bratsch. 222 ff . Changing style Group 'shocks' students Sitting in the gym during a pep assembly in Q Feb. 20, some students laughed, others were stunned, some sat in disbelief, and a few looked in 'shockf What they saw for the first time was the Golden West winterguard fthe band's colorguardj presenting a new style and a new title, "Future Shock." "Future Shock means a dizzy disorientation suffered by people who are unaware of modern things. Thatis where we're coming from, " said the group's adviser, Karen Bithell, in attempting to explain winterguardls performance. Dressed in black tights with black cloth across the face, the girls performed a series of futuristic moves, dances and flag movements to music. The performances won the approval of many judges. On Feb. 8 the group won the first place trophy at the San Joaquin Valley Colorguard and Percussion Review at Fresno's Hoover High School. They also won trophies and awards at other competitions throughout the Valley. LEFT: Front: Sherri Cruthfield. Middle: Renee Dirker, Valerie Viscarra, Debbie Story, Patricia Joslin. Back: Son- dra Gooding Melissa Busby tcaptainj Jeancane Shaw. gi 4 t If . 'lflf' LEFT: Sherri Crutchfield performs her Future Shock routine. ABOVE MIDDLE: Jeaneane Shaw practices her futuristic moves for Future Shock. I ABOVE RIGHT: Melissa Busby, Jeaneane Shaw, and Crecia Reynolds perform during the pep assembly in February. 223 Changes not needed While many changes took place during the 1986-87 school year, traditions continued to build at the eight-year-old high school. One of them was the annual Western Week activities sponsored by the Future Farmers of America. A week of competitions March 2-7 included an obstacle course, goat milking contest, pie eat- ing contest and a tug-o-war. During the Satur- day night Sweetheart Dance, Leslie Rowley, representing the seniors, was crowned Sweet- heart Queen. Her court consisted of Freshman Sunny Ruiz, Sophomore Janice Kroeker, and Junior Karrie Batchelor. J S xx S. N-...mx TOP RIGHT: Bobby Tarbell announces Westem Week activities as John Rose and Sweetheart Queen Leslie Rowley look on. TOP LEFT: Danny Andrew competes in the obstacle course. ABOVE: Michelle McCauley takes instructions from Leslie Rowley during the pie eating' contest. 224 Tradition continues in popular FFA Western Week -4'-A 1-t,t's ll xi. I ,WL wa mr . +1 it ,I Iii 11655 4: ,-----.-.ap ,V --.-..' if ,H f u: - v f Photos bv Matt Black and David Avila LEFT: Darin McKinney gets his face full of pie as he competes during West- em Week. , -M, s. MIDDLE LEFT: Joe Cardoso leaps over hay bales during the obstacle course. MIDDLE: Jeff Lawrence prepares to jump from the hay bales during the obstacle course contest. LEFT: Sabrina Alvarado jumps over the hay bales during the Westem Week competition. ABOVE: Mud stained Rick Johnson leaps from the hay bales during the obstacle course competition. iy I x x - - i I .' 1 . 1 W X 4 L K - "xl ... n 1- v. jig 0, fyui '-'C kv PM f A . . if . 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