Mount Si High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Snoqualmie, WA)

 - Class of 1988

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xs saa c cz cz cz L CI «. I . H v ••••- - ••- • •- • •- . J L c: r F S6 .. Division Division SPONSORED BY NAPA AUTO PARTS 888-1 1 12 NORTH BEND ' M , Seniors give pep assemblies all they ' ve got. 2) Nice legs?! Tracy Wagner. 3) Shell! Chenoweth leads the 1988 yearbook staff In a sing-along. 4) Mellnda Dujmovlc says " hi " to her numerous fans. Freshman, don ' t look so enthused. 6) Brian derson, are you all right, or not? 7) Rhonda .afford and Lisa Boehme lead the student body In the National Anthem. 8) Cow Plop dropped In on pep assemblies. 9) Heidi Avery, what are you looking at? - - 1 WIN! 1 ► m t SPONSORED BY SNOQUALMIE FAl 888-9934 SNOQUAL ■ UNION Assemblie 5)Kelly Strobe yells to Leaaa Burch, " Have you heard the latest? " 6) Chad Tachell Sean Phln- ney, " 2 Cooll " 7) Jenny Woods , what are you looking at? 8) Another Monday for Stacy Meador Candids SPONSORED BY VALLEY SAW LA WN CENTER 888-2254 NORTH BEND 1) Sean Phlnney " what ' s the smite for? " 2) Kurt Stermetz reports to Jason Gunderson, that his new hair cut raised his I.Q. 3) Scott Botten, Why so sad? 4) Juniors enthused? - ■ ;i ■ il J y Si 1 il I 6 J 5) Derlc Solomon, Aie you confused? 6) Mary Johnson Always on breaki 7) Tired after a hard night Sean Ander- son? 8) Greg Martin Steve Dinger, fighting again? J ™ 4kf £ • — — Hl» 7 SPONSORED BY DR. MAURICE L. OLSON OPTOMETRIST 888-0837 NORTH BEND Candids Collage SPONSORED BY THE PIZZA PLACE 888-1800 NORTH BEND l)Mt. Si High school students dancing on the ceillng.2)Tami Mills, Amber Baldwin, and An- na Scott . . . What ' s happening behind you? SPONSORED BY COAST TO COAST CONGRATULATIONS 1988 GRADS! he 1987-88 cheer staff got off to a brand start this year. To get ready for the begin of the school year, the 1 1 girl squad pra ed all summer with the help of their new adv Gary Miller. While attending cheer camp at C last July, the girls worked very hard to earn the " PADDLE " , an award for spirited squads, and i home a leadership pennant. The squad Inch six seniors Including Renee Balodls, Lisa Boel Rhonda Stafford, Tonya Graff, Diana Zemp, Larra Werelius. Also, five Juniors helped to c the Wild Cats on. They are: Heidi Avery, Coleen . ly, Tracy Wagner, Kim Oleson, and Kelly Cabe. This years squad Is very dedicated and works hard to maintain a high level of school spirit. 1 V Cheerleaders 14 Candids SPONSORED BY WELLER ' S SHOP RITE 888-1682 NORTH BEND fl % 7- SK -t. )Holly Avery Likes what she eesl 2) Lorl Sadler, Rente ialodls Angle Stark, Who ire you guys waiting for? v_ " W Brita Nyfcrcim, eeks 4) imllefor us Tricla Adcox! 1 1 f 3 5; Lance Hepicorth He ' s coo 6) Tom Crowder How does It feel to be a blonde? 7) Troy Bergtund. love your smile! 8) Matt Bassett, asks Barb Hallowell " Hay good lookin ' , What cha dom ' tontghtl " SPONSORED BYSNOQ. PHYSICAL THERAPY 888-1 156 SNOQUALMIE Candids 15 1) Wendy Carpenter Dorene • " 1 4) Lort Zwlefelht Knutson pose for a quick shot, i , . . Matt Mueller, would you rather be skiing? dal 2) Pat Scott, Mount Sl ' a very own Yalktty Saxlt 3) Steve Braawell, " raise your hand If etz flicks a spit wad. 5) Kevin Phlnnev collects for Senior Kegll 6) Glna Fredell A Jamie v you were best buds with Scott Brooks (a Freshmen)! 9) Cory Busby — What a Studl 8) • c £ o " 7 •- 0) o 1 (1) 3 ? c 6 o D U C 0) u o c (3 £ s « a, £ » F o 3 : .c a 4- Q- (D 3 . D o -O £ tt (D D £ £ V— • D O • 3 • D o O) 6 (0 o (1) c Q_ o c .1 00 00 a CO co cc _J u o ex This year ' s Homecoming Royalty were; Queen Rhonda Stafford, King Sean Absher, Renee Balodis, Mark Victor, Lisa Boehme, Alan Browers, Kelly Strobel, Mike Vad- jinia, Deana Hover, Pat Scott, Melinda Dujmovic, Kurt Stermitz, Keith Str- ingfellow, and Queen of ' 84 Mary Grant. DSome of the 1987 Royalty pose for the camera. 2)Alan Browers gives us his FONZ " look. 3)The class of " 90 presents thier float during half time. 4)Doesn ' t this picture make you unhappy? 5)Scott Sutton and Angle Stark look like they are having fun. Qiuccp - «■ ■ — - . E Htm m ♦ , l - H O 2)Latra Werellos anouncess the 1987 Royalty. 4) Homecoming Queen and King Rhonda Stafford and Sean Absher. 5)The Seniors Egyptian float. 6)Pete Szumlas thinks he is seeing double. 16C 1987 was the year of the re-mixes, ft was also the year of the female singers. Who ' s New: Tiffany, Debbie Gibson, Roger, Levert, Kenny G., Susane Vega, Swing Out Sister, Pretty Poison, Cutting Crew, Crowded House, Beastle Boys, L.L. Coot J., Squeeze, and Glen Medares. Who ' s Back: 1 « Whispers, George Harrison, The Nylons, AerosmUh, Elton John, Belinda Carlllse, Fleetwood Mac, Billy Idol, U2, Heart, Bon Jovt. Starshlp, The Cure, Pmk Floyd, 1NXS. Simple Minds, and Love and Rockets. Who ' s Not: Michael Jackson, Andrew Rldgly, Falco, Bruce Springsteen, Poison, Cinderella, Bon Jovl, The Go Gos, Shawn Cassldy, The Partridge Family, Bee Gees, Captain and Teneal, Donny and Marie, Sonny and Cher. Who ' s Hot: George Mlcheal, The Bangles, Madonna, Janet Jackson, Chicago, Stmg, Pet Shop Boys, LosLobosWhUney Houston, Prince, U2, Heart, B illy Idol, INKS, ABC, Kenny G., Tiffany, New Order. This concludes our top 87 for 87 Thanks to KUBE. 1) Alone-Heart 2) I want your sex-George Michael -__ . - 3) I ' ve had the time of my life-Jennifer Warn and BUI Medley 4) La Bamba-Los Lobos 5) Llvhi ' on a pray ' r-Bon Jovl 6) Shakedown-Bob Seger 7) Nothing gonna stop us now-Starshlp 8) Wtth or without you-V2 9) Faith-George Michael 10) Lean on me-CIub Nouveau 11)1 knew you were waiting-Aretha Franklin and George Michael 12) 1 want to dance wtth somebody-Whitney Houston 13) I think were alone now-Tiffany 14) Heaven Is a place on earth-Belinda Carlllse 15) I Just died In your arms-The Cutting Crew 16) Don ' t dream Its over-Crowded House 11) Carrie-Europe 18) Causing a commotion-Madonna 19) Always-Atlantic Star 20) Head to Toe-Lisa Lisa and the Curt Jam 21)1 got my mind set on you-George Harrison 22) Who will you run to-Heart 23) Here 1 go again-Whnesnake 24) Big Love-Fleetwood Mac 25) Let ' s go-Wang Chung 26) La Ma Bontta-Madonna 27) Looking for a new love-Jodl Watley ' 28) The lady m red-Chris DeBerg 29) Who ' s that girl-Madonna 30) You keep me hanging on-Jodl Watley 31) Jacobs Ladder-Huey Lewis 32) You got the look-Prince 33) I Just can It stop loom ' you-Mlchael Jackson 34) Didn ' t we almost have It all-Whmney Houston 35) Kiss him goodbye-The Nylons 36) Heart and soul-T ' Pau 37) Open your heart-Madonna 38) f hear a rumor-Bananarama 39) Breakout-Swing out Sister 40) Keep your hands to yourself-Georga Satalttes 41) Will you still love me-Chlcaco 42) Somewhere out there-Linda Ronstadt 43) Mony Mony-Bllly Idol 44) At this moment-Billy Vera and the Beaters 45) Doing It all for my baby-Huey Lewis 46) Nothings gonna change my love for you-Glen Medares 47) Big time-Peter Gabriel 48) Mandolin rain-Bruce Homsby and the Range 49) Luca-Suxanne Vega 50) Touch Me-Samantha Fox 51) So emotional- Whitney Houston 52) Shake your love-Debbie Gibson 53) Let me be the one-Expose ' 54) Shake you down-Greggory Abbot 55) Well be together-Sting 56) fn Too Deep-Genesis 57) Rythmn Is gonna get you-Mlaml Sound Machine 58) You got it all- Jets 59) Cast la vie-Robble Nevlle 60) When Smokey sings-ABC 61) Little lles-Fleetwood Mac 62) Heat of the nlght-Whltesnake 63) Land of confusion-Genesis 64) I still havn ' t found what I ' m looking for-U2 65) Every little kiss-Bruce Homsby and the Range 66) Something so strong-Crowded House 67) Don t mean nothing-Richard Marx 68) Only In my dreams-Debbie Gibson 69) Songbird-Kenny G 70) Brilliant Disguise-Bruce Springstlen 71) Should have known better-Richard Marx 72) Bad-Michael Jackson 73) Change o heart-Cyndl Lauper 74) Is this love- Whttesnake 75) Lost in emotion-Miami Sound Machine 76) The finer things-Steve Wmwood 77) Tonight, tonight. tonight-Genesis 78) Waking down the street-Bangles 79) Cross my heartrjets 80) Funky town-Pseudo Echo 81) Casanova-Levert 82) Cant we try-Dan HUl and Vonda Shepard 83) Bock Steady-The Whispers 84) Wanted dead or alive-Bon Jovl 85) Midnight Blue-Lou Reed 86) Let ' s watt awhlle-Janet Jackson 87) Don ' t disturb the groove-Fredy Jackson Division 17 w . „he class of 1988 was the best class ever to set foot In the hallowed halls of Mount SI. The stude m were enthusiastic. Involved, and united. Through the trauma of the hall pass, the excitement A, Homecoming, the stress of fund raisers, the enchantment of Prom, and the thrill of Graduation seniors stuck together. The senior class of 1988 will certainly he m class officers Leasa Burch, Rhonda Stafford, Keith Stewart, and Rente Balodls 2) The senior officers Just hanging 1. 3) Secretary, Renee Balodls working hard taking note: 4)Ketth Str- fellow our respected class president. 5)Teasurer, Rhonda Stafford dreaming of upcoming fund raisers. SPONSORED BY SEARS CATALOG SALES 888-2323 NORTH BEND JMfr 1) The G.Q. men of Mt. Si Brian Anderson. Mike Wells, Man Victor, and Troy Berglund pose for Sean catalog. 2) What an you looking for Chris Oleson asks Jeff Mltler. Pete Szumlas I told wrote on your shoe says Scott Sutton. Meanwhile ... No, No, - • Chris Garcia, I told you It t ' t In that pocket says Dan Davis. 4) Jerry Carder has found a mystery friend to talk to. 5) Hey Pete Szumlas you are sup- pose to look at the other camera Instead of Troy Berglund. 6) Jim Chartier dont run off to class so OUR BEST TO MOUNT SI HIGH SCHOOL THE RAZZORE ' S OF ROCKY ' S PIZZA Michelle Lions cant wall to get to clan. Dandle Auckland Leigh Barter Brian Anderson Gerl Baldwin Brian Bartlebaugh Sean Absher Sean Anderson Renee Balodis John Baumann Pete Szumlas mixes business with pleasure. Seniors SPONSORED BY THE DRUG CENTER 888-2357 NORTH BEND Why are you smiling Chris Oleson? Dorian Bell Lisa Boehme BUI Brooks Cory Busby Jane Benden Sally Benson Brenda Boone Tod Batten Alan Browers Leasa Burch Karilna Cameron Matt Campbell David Bentley Troy Berglund CONGRATULATIONS TO KIM HAMILTON RENA CONNELU SPONSORED BY BIG EDD ' S Troy Berglund sneaks out of class Cory Chesterfield Rena Connell Mike Campbell Faith Combs Jennifer Chamberlln Greg Cooley Tiffany Combs Jerry Corder Wendy Carpenter Jim Chattier Sablna Cull Mack Carter Shell! Chenoweth Eric Hatch tries to fix the Coke machine. SPONSORED BY JIM ' S AUTO REPAIRS 888-4568 NORTH BEND Gerl Baldwin and Jane Benden are picture perfect Gtvyntth Daigler Stacey Davis Brent DeHate Shannon Dugovlch David Dana Craig Dibble Mellnda Dujomlvlc Dan Davis Shay Dobbs Todd DeBoer Steve Dinger Shannon Earl Rente Balodlt hat her eyes on something. SPONSORED BY ALPEN VIEW REALTY WORLD 888-3896 NORTH BEND Glory Evans Arica French Jason Gunderson Tonya Graff Kim Hamilton Jennifer Hall Will Fan- Steve Haas Chris Garcia Eric Hatch Chris Hackenbruck Kelly Gregory GinaFredell Jeff Grady John Hales Chris Helm SPONSORED BY GEORGE WYRSCH 888-0233 NORTH BEND Today is tomorrow If you think it ' s yesterday. -Jeff Grady Who needs the moon when we ' ve got the stars?-Chris Oleson If school is liberty, then give me death. Susanne Ament Education Is that which remains after everything you learned in high school has been forgotten. -Brook Martin " Stand up you ' re blocking my vlew " :Bob the Kleiner Mann-Jeff Miller My senior year was the best 7 years of my life. -John Hales Keep smiling, it makes people wonder what you ' re thinking about- Melinda Dujmovlc It ' s all fun and games till someone gets hurt! Oucht-Alan Browers " Admire me most for my yellow hair. " :Marilyn Monroe-Chris Antone The class of 1988 rocks on . . .-Anonymous " Once I thought a thought, but the thought I thought wasn ' t the thought I thought I thought. If the thought I thought I thought would have been the thought I thought, I wouldn ' t have thought so much " -.Grandma Krackey-Mark Price If you want to succeed believe In yourself. -Jennifer Chamberlln Dreams will only come true if you want them to. -Faith Combs " Trust Me " -Tonl Cleveland There are no limits In achieving your dreams. -Takako Wright Mike Hill Brandy Hollenback Dan Helgeson Steve Horiuchi Judy Hutchinson Deanna Hover Lisa Hunt Jerry Johnson Trad Hylton Kim Johann Barb VHIanueva what are you eating? SPONSORED BY LAST CUT EAST 888-9934 NORTH BEND Seniors Mellnda Dujmovic A Shannon Earl are beet huddle Jeff Kleswetter Tracey Koenig Carola Klrschnett Jamie Knutson Larry Johnson KartKaba Eric Knowles Erik Konopaskl Susan Johnson Dana Kamm Sharon Johnson Nick Heeler Seniors Alan Browen rays tt ' a lonely at the top. SPONSORED BY DR. ROBERT E. DRURY, DDS FAMILY DENTISTRY 888-2431 NORTH BEND KlmKuncI Michelle Lions Brook Martin Dawn Martinson Jamie Lance Gilbert Lope Darrin Martin Jennifer McCain Talla Langley Troy Magnuson Greg Martin Kelly McKtbben Nicole Leland Rick Levitt Jennifer Marshall Lara Marshall When Kelly Gregory grows up, he wants to be cheerleader just like Renee Balodla SPONSORED BYSNOQUALMIE VALLEY HOSPITAL Snoqualmie 888-1438 Stacy Meador Robert Miller John Murphy Carlo Pennington Joe Mettler Kathy Monohan Geraldlne Nelson Debbie Peoples Brian Michaels Cindy Morris Brtta Nykrelm Howie Ferryman Jeff Miller Melissa Morrison Kathy O ' Donnell Kevin Phlnney Rusty Miller Stacey Mrozek Chris Oleson Sean Phlnney SPONSORED BY MARTINELL ' S RESTAURANT 2227307 FALL CITY Paul Querro Scott Reynolds Sean Rose Stephanie Schneider Suzett Rlchter Mike Russell Pat Scott Michael Roy Lorl Sadler W ally Ren Michael Ruppert Katy Schmelzer Bruce Renner Joe Russell Sharl Schneider Judy Shea CONGRATULATIONS SUZIE RICHTER ALPINE BLOSSOM GIFT SHOPPE Eric Shlnn Candy Smith Angle Stark Stacey Stewart Michael Sinclair Curtis Smith Jason Stearns Kirk Stevens Jennifer Snyder Erlka Steffen Sand! 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Broughton Taml Brown Louis Bucholsky Christine Byrd Kelly Cabe 1 1 Blake Carlton | L I m ■ ' Rico Tessandore and Mike Peck have opposite points of view. Juniors CONGRATULATIONS STUDENTS . . . YOU ARE OUR FUTURE. ALLEY CUTTERS, 888-HAIR BUI Carttc Steve Ca Diana Carpenter Leah Chrlstensen Shannon Clark Erik Cole Leslie Coof. Mark Cooper Nlcolle Cordall Craig Corkety Kelly Cranor Jackie Crow Denora Croi Mark Dafler Mortah Dale Michael Dea ' k DawneDela Tracy Devoi Thomas Dei Danny Dickinson James Durham Alex Eanes SPONSORED BYHAUGLIE INSURANCE COMPANY FALL CITY 222-5881 Juniors 1 Kristi Engen I rj Sherlyn Felt L » SI Dus y F ' e d 1 K 4| : C % w f:rrc Fletcher Derick Frick J ? i Tamara Gerberg i 1 V " I iawnette Graham Karen Graham Jason Gregory David Grisham Julie Hadlack Janice Haglund Edward Hall Scott Hand Andrew Hassard Derek Hasting Brent Haustvelt my Hendrickson rx i Maddog Matt Bassett enjoys Wildcat football. Mil Brian Mercer, what s captured your thoug Juniors SPONSORED BYR R PROPERTIES NORTH BEND 888-0281 nOfdl Heppett Lance Hepworth PaulHerrera Kamela Heywood GaR Hlckenbottom ChrimHIckey Kelly Hilt Ronald Hoeppner Tonya Hogan Robert Hollenback Darin HoRmyer Chad Hommar Brett HotehkUe Brant Hubbard Johnnie Hutt Charily Jantkomkl Kelly Johneon Krittin Johnson Robert Johnson Sabrtna Johnson Paul Jon— Nlkkole Jorgenton LynetteKaaea Brooke Kaba Erin Rats Colleen Kelly Shannon Kelech JmnKnuUon SPONSORED BY THE WELDING SHOP NORTH BEND 888-091 1 Juniors torah Kollenbom Jeff ery Kollenbom Paul Koschene Michael Lee Joe Lewellen Stephanie Madsen Patricia Marley Stacy Marshall Wanda Martin Quhm Mathews Jennifer Mathwlg Heather Mayhugh Jennifer Meehan Brian Mercer Thorsten Meyer Andrew Miller Ed Mill Mary MorrlM a Morter, Ghta Motland Matt Mueller Nancy Mundy Kathleen McCt Josephine Nelson Mark Nelson Kbit Oleson John Olexsy Srandon Oleson Juniors SPONSORED BY THE HONEY FARM NORTH BEND 888-1637 HtdlOtm Trevor Parkinson MfCnoef Pvck Keane Peteraon Danfe PMfffjM John Pwckartna Rodney Poepplna AnduraPorten Shawn Potter Jaaon Puhlman Matthew Rankin A knee Rhynalde Michael Rhynalde Tony Rtchardton WyattRlchter Angela Riley Daofcf RttsenthalL. Je f ery Roberta Cory Robertefia Refcta Rodrtoues Frank Romkj MIchaalRoot Michael Rueaert tSampa Tracy Dew e, don ' t look »o any Carolyn Sauvage Wsr A Jeffery Sauvage ,4 V Becky Schneider .. Laura Scott I- k . Sherri Scott Tina Sehom Mf, i Efl »A AA1 m P V w Terry Shields Kenneth Shipley Kim Shu Michelle Skinner Kenneth Smith Nathan Smith James Snyder Derlc So 01 Jennifer Somborovlch Julie Stephen Michael Sterrett Tina Stevens Carrie Stltsel Jim Strld Christopher Teggeman Rico Tessandore Peter Thot " " Imson Amy Tubbs Jeff Savage and Cathy Zumdahl enjoy the nice Mt. Si weather Jennifer Tu»»up Elizabeth Upton Kelley Verd Amy Victor Tracy Wagner -- -i Wallace Matthew Wallace Joe Weber Ja on William Kevin Wllmoth Angela WUeon Mary Wmdeor Jennifer Wood Troy Woodward Jame Wright Paul Wright Shane Wynch Cathy Zumdahl Juniors 4i Jody Beach Eric Bullock Vance Butrick Rick Dayton Robert Dehass Jeremy Evans Sheila Faubus Michael Ferren Robert Gentill LoriHall Stade rlamodey Robert Harbison TefKlenitz JeffKhk Stoney Knaak Roxi Knowles MlkeLaferla Sham Lemoine Stephanie Mecum James Moore Sean Mosier Chris Ochoxner Travis Reed Corrina Rlehle Renae Russet Fredrick Williams Jeanette Williams Julie Wtttse Juniors DeanaBamhart Shawn Bartlebaug Daniel Bartlett Breana Bate MatkBenthj Jason Btrkland Scott Botten Stephen Bourlin Jeaatca Braashaw Kria Bratwett Julie Breed Lea Anne Brewlngton Sophomores Kevin Brlckman Eric Bullock Jarrod Busby Melony Busby Andy Busktrk David Caldwell Jon Carrol Chrla Chortler Jason Child Donne Chounard Heather Collins Trade Combs Steoe Conklln James Corder Brian Coslet Chris Cotogna Scott Dafler Heather Dale Bonnie Dangle Guy Dashnea Missy Davis Michelle Devris Carrie Dickenson Jesse Dillon Brian Dochnal James Driefus Craig Dumars Amy Ellsworth aymle Elmenhurst Jason Erickson PaulErwm Josh Estrada Guy Everett KimFaubus Daniel Fazzarl Sophomores Brian Fermi KnnFredett MUce Fredrick Randy File Jaton Gerlach Bruce GUteon Jennifer Gleavee Wayne Gotta To} Gould Ntchole Green Rutty Grlbben Jodl Guttace Sophomores 4d SPONSORED BY THE SNOQUALMIE MERCANTILE SNOQUALMIE 8881345 Mark Lawrence Erfc Lemmon Heather Llttlejohn Justin Martin Justin Mathewt Frank Madrid Joe Marenco Suzanne Maudlin Dean McCain Heather McCarthy Shelly McCarthy M 1 ' J ND THRIFTWA Y 3-1700 Sophomores SPONSORED BY THE COLONIAL INN FALL CITY 222-5191 SPONSORED BY CASEY ' S COACHWORKS SNOQUALMIE 888-4343 . Jennifer ft Paul fflbary Angeilque niches nochei fnchter AbeR ■ Eric Hoe JatonRoemtet Anale Rouet ■ AdWiy If Oaet t Krttta Roleter Nancy Rustle Chert Sadler TihM bciucacoocr Aivt Schneider Shane Seograves TonySevere ToddShitm CatrktaShuck Scott Moi ' cy Sntttfi ScanStcffen Jemon Stewart Kart Stewart Scott Strtogfettow Ken Mem Stacey Strooei Nathan Sutherland Erie Torn! Tolmaaoff Jerry Tmlkuon UeaToyne Zandra Trottel Michelle Truchon Sophomores SPONSORED BY HARDING S SNOQUALM1E 888-0936 Patrice Virgin Dana IVafne Robert Webstar Julie White David Wlktorskl Shannon Wllllan Merel Wllllamton LeonaWKtig Steve Yantii Jennifer Yeh Michelle Zaun Jamie Zurflueh Lorl Zwlefelhof SPONSORED BY GEORGE ' S BAKERY NORTH BEND 888-0632 Sophomores 5 1 Robert Annette Sonya Aspenlieder Allen Aurtrey Ryan Bevens David Blshlp Barry Brooke Anthony Catterson Bryan Cooley David Cottrell Jason Easterllng Paul Gadberry Aaron Graves Christopher Hagematr Barbra Hallowetl Robert Hamerly Edward Heffeman Charles Jorgensen TodKienitz Todd Minnich ■ " " " mas O ' Don MS Penington Tina Ferryman Brady Plf and Kenneth Rogers Daum Sharick Jeffery Sharon Jason Struger Kendra Teltzlaff Sky Tucker Angela Wallace Bob Wallace John Wtthlte Kevin WUmoth CONGRATULATIONS ROB MILLER CLASS OF ' 88 CURT ' S HAIRSTYLING SNOQUALMIE 888-1916 his year ' s freshmen have gotten off to a very good start. The leaders of the class are Mel ommer — President, Tedd Severe — Ice President, Mlstl Moore — •easurer, Josh Garcia — Business anager, and Chris Riley — iceratery. The class of 1991 are very volved with sports, clubs, and out of ■hool activities. Mrs. Rue! and Mr. ogan are helping them to get off to a eat start. Pi $ •■■■ THE FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICER MMI Moore. Teddy Seven, Mel Hommer, Joth Garcia, and Chrte RUey. SPONSORED BY PEAK PRINTING NORTH BEND 88841 1 7 Freshmen Mike Acton Marty Allen Christina Anderson Casey Arlington Jason Avery Heather Balsiger Dennis Bamett Richard Barrett Becky Batke Trlna Barton Casl Beckmeyer Chris Berg Cynthia Bettes Monica BUodeau Michael Boardman Justin Boone Daryl Boyd Allda Bradshaw Jeff Brlsendtne Lena Brock Scott Brooks James Bumstde Laura Burrell Jenny Cabe Jennifer Callles Vary Pat Campbell Ott Freshmen SPONSORED BY FARMER ' S INSURANCE FALL CITY 222-5131 Brta.. ...... 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SI GOLF COURSES RESTAURANT 888-1541 SNOQUALMIE CONGRA TULA TIONS LEIGH - J I) Dorene Stewart 2) Kim Kuncl 3) Renee Balodls 4) Kelly McKlbben S) Paul Querro 6) Glory Evans 7) Shay Dobbs 8) Keith Strlngjellow 9) Suzte Rlchter 10) " Hucfc and Muck " 64C 1) Kelley Gregory 2) Susie Ament 3) Candy Smith 4) Kathy Monoghan Debbie Peoples 5) Marie Wlltse 6) Dorthy Weather- wax 7) Kim Hamilton If 1 V T t b Darrin " 88, " We are very proud of you. We love you very much. We wish you the very best in the future. Love, Mom, Dad, Eric, and Gail. Congratulations Shelli, We ' re proud of you and we love you. Mom and Dad. Congratulations Reneel Keep believing In your goals and dreams. With love and pride. Mom and Dad. Dear Kurt, How fast the years have gone. ' 88 seemed so long away. You ' ve filled our lives with laughter and joy. Which we will cherish from here on after. Now you ' re ready to brave the world, and show them all what we ' ve known so long — YOU ' RE SOME SPECIAL ' GUY! Mom and Dad. Dear Detodo: Thanks for all the reading pleasure. You ' ve been greatl Love, Your secret admirers. Chaddy, Too bad the " Red Fila " died at the concert and didn ' t make it to graduation! But you did — We ' re proud of you. M D. To Stacey M. Congratulations to the best; wishing you success in all you do. Love, Mom Dad Kelley and Jaime. We love you Lori and we ' re so proud of you. Love Mom and Dad. You ' ve got your wings. Fly Wendy Fly. 64D V {■ ' ■yn Lohman-Speciat Scott Menard — Principal Gerald Rene-Libarian Kay; Robbins-Aide ly Foerste-Counsellng ■tan Thomas Tllton-Counselor Don White-Director of Activities Dianne Wilson-Special Services A DCaught in the hall without her Hall Pass. 2)Lefs see who ' s In the office this time.3)Mr. Avery is teaching his class how to counterfeit money. SPONSORED BY SIMS SNOQUALMIE PHARMACY 888-1599 65 FACULTY « ' s SPONSORED BY LA BATELLE BAKERY BELLEVUE SQUARE 455-2060 tudents at Mount Si can study sciences that range from the freshman ' s earth science, to the complicated world of elements, to the sometimes uncomprehended world of physics to help fill graduation re- quirements. Much to many students surprise, they even begin to enjoy their science class. With science teachers such as: Geri Spalding, Mark Rabitoy, Jeff Hogan and Gene Clegg who can blame them. There is even a science club, headed by Mr. Spalding for all those who can ' t get enough science in their daily schedules. 1. Troy Chesterfield studies the complexities of rocks. 2. Reza Honardoost and Paul Erwln are in- trigued by the world of microbiology. 3. Mike Wells and Mr. Spalding, exactly what are you doing? SCIENCE 67 This years math department, headed I Mike Johnston, is productive as usui With the help of Mike Johnston, Pete Nc man, George Cloakey, Christine Kjenner and Gt Spalding the math program is growing each yec Progressively, more and more students are reali ing the importance of mathematics in their futur The advanced placement calculus class this yei for instance, has more students than ever befoi Hopefully, this interest will continue to grow ai create enthusiasm among students involved in tt math department. 1) Danyl Boyed works hi at the board on a math f blem. 2) Marc Victor id Brian Anderson take Johnston ' s place ft Some of Ms. Kjenner students are busy calculous out their problems. 4) 7 ' i Woodward tries to expin the concepts of mth analysis. ake ■ a daxk) ner ' s p 68 MATH SPONSORED BY NORTH BEND AUTO PARTS 888-1 1 12 ,1 1 i . • 1 • English requirements have been toughened up, but never fear, with English teachers such as: Dennis Daigler, Maureen Chap- man, Jack Iacolucci, Debbie Navarre, Gretchen Campbell, and Firly Pickens, the requirements will be a breeze. Classes range from Reading Ap- preciation all the way to Advance Placement English. So sign up today for your favorite English course. J.Mrs. Campbell, has tt really been that bad of a day? 2.Jody Gustaves really enjoys English. 3. An excited class learns all about the wide world of English. SPONSORED BY BIRD PERCIVAL — ATTORNEYS NORTH BEND 888-3388 ENGLISH 69 World Geography brings all the different regions in the world ' just a little bit closer, " says Chad Tachell. " S.W.P. is a great class that gives a lot of insight on how the world really is. It also teaches us how to keep up on current events by reading the newspaper. " A quote by Sean Anderson. 1-4) Mug shots of the History teachers . . . Mr. Jensen. Mr. Kelly, Mr. Roeber. Mr. Clifford 5) Mr. Kelly scratches his head In confusion while talk- ing to Sherri Scott. 6) Shane Wyrsch wake up, Mr. Kelly Isn f t that boring. 7) Another one of Mr. Clif- ford ' s exciting lectures. 8) Here come the clowns!! J V 70 HISTORY SPONSORED BYSNOQUALMIE TOWN AND PUMP 888-3341 or! Zwlefelhofer, Your passengers are scared!! 2.) Art Galloway, •t a teacher! 3.) In ' 88 ' life got faster! 4.) Those 18 wheelers are In ' A! 5 J The Driving Board. SPEED LIMIT 65 im TRUCKS 60 n Drivers Ed. Mr. Galloway teaches the basics of driving to students. This class consists of book work, films, lectures and instructed driving in a vehicle. Mr. Galloway has taught this class for several years and most all of his students have had great driving suc- cess so far. This class consists of most- ly sophomores. These students have daily assignments which they are tested on, lectures from Mr. Galloway about important topics such as; drinking and driving, defensive driving, and instruc- tions on how to handle accidents. These students also get a chance to ac- tually drive a vehicle while an instructor is present. 9p SPONSORED BY SMITTYS INC. — NORTH BEND 888 —1104 DRIVERS ED 71 1.) T.A. Kurt Stermetz referees a tense game of Lacrosse. 2.) Coach Jane Job warns Kathy Thorton that her skipping habits are getting out of hand and man be affecting her grade. 3.) Lease Burch leads her class mates In some wild stretches. 4.) Sherl Sadler tries to look enthused when listening to Mr. Miller ' s fishing tales. 5.) Brtta Nyfcriem threatens to break Kris Braswell ' s other leg! 72 PE SPONSORED BY SUNSHINE ' S SHEAR TALENT 888-2300 SNOQUALMIE Julie White, Are you making something ex- Ing to wear. 2.) Is there something In that dge that you don ' t want anybody to see, Sean rren. 3.) Jenna Purdue What kind of food is at? 4.) Jennl Martin are you making ham- rgers? 5.) Bemle Juchmes, are you working for Iving? 6.) Maureen MacLean. The Home Ec rooms are places, that you can find somebody cooking, doing the dishes or sewing something fun. From clothes to pillows. Home Ec Is taught by Mrs. MacLean. SOX4U 868-1686 REDMOND HOME EC 73 The Art class has been very busy this year working on projects including drawings, sculptures, and other creative ideas. We could view these throughout the year in the showcase next to Sophomore Hall. The Art Department was taught by Mr. Gombiski. I.) Mr. Gombiski helps out his future artists. 2.) Shannon Kramer, do your friends know you do this. 3.) Jody Beach, don ' t try to impress the girls with your work! 4.) The artist makes a self-portrait. 74 ART SPONSORED BY MOUNT SI GOLF COURSE RESTAURANT 888-2150 SNOQUALMIE ii: Si! " " ■iiniii i ■ ■ t ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ it iimiiiii M I ' 1111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 TOUCH OF CLASS 75 76 CANDIDS 1) Mr. Whites enthusiastic 5th period class ? 2) David White Wood shop teacher. 3) Ron Smith just loves to drill holes with the drill-press. 4) Hey Barry Brooke uhat are you making ? 5)Bruce Caldwell Metals teacher. 6) Jason Williams grinds the metal. 7) If I had an engine like that. Id out run all those Snoqualmle cops 1 1 1 8)Mateo Arteaga Auto shop teacher. 9) Danny Helgenson our photographer said to smile, not break his camera INDUSTRIAL 77 ARTS BUSINESS ED Business Ed is a variety of classes, graphic arts, photography, and annual are taught by Mr. Avery, who seems to always have a smile to share. Keyboarding, accounting, office practice, word processing, and recordkeeping are taught by Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Sales and Mrs. Lawrence. 1.) Jim Knutson, what are you doing? 2.) The soon to be future leaders of America. 3.) David Bentley and Kelly Hill working together. 4.) Mr. Avery, the look on your face isn ' t to pleas- ing. 5.) Tracey Koenig, are you happy with your work. 6.) Carol Lawrence 7.) Cindy Marshall BUSINESS ED 79 m BAND 4Z IE he 1987-88 Band had a very eventful and exciting year. Although they were small and on the average a young band, they proved that Mt. St la one of the best. mep 1 ■ L J r i ?r ■■ ti Br J i . p » -B ■IDC. B r ' B • BAND 82 CHOIR This years choir groups included Con- cert Choir, Girls Choir, and Crystal Ensemble. Both Concert Choir and Crystal are joined by audition only, while Girls Choir is a non-audition group. The Choirs put on many good performances throughout the year, for the student body, teachers, and parents at night. They also had fund-raisers to help support their trip to Camp Casey. 82: 1) The Concert Choir 2) Steve Thoreson, what are you doing? 3) Honest, it doesn ' t fit. 4) Mt. Girls Chorus. Pg 83: 1) Suzle Rlchter and Taml Mills, don ' t look so guilty. 2) The head maestro. . Hansen. 3) Crystal seems to enjoy having their picture taken. 4) Singing in the entire bathroom. t just the shower Is a favorite past time for these girls. CHOIR 83 Cat tales have put out many newspapers for the stu- dent body. Some of the articles have been very in- teresting. Some of the students have enjoyed reading them. And Annual says thanx. 84 CAT TALES Page 84: 1.) Tod Botton a e you paying attention? 2.) The fine leader of Cat tales Mr. Dalgler. 3.) Working on a deadline. Cat tales. 4.) Rico Tessandore you ' re the only one working. Page 85: 1.) Jason Gregory are you sleeping? 2.) What ' s so funny Jeff Grady? 3.) Chris Oleson are you trying to find what amused Mike Vadginia? 4.) The editors of Cat tales Rico Tessandore and Kristen Johnson • — iPONSOREDBY CARNATION GOLF CLUB CARNATION 333-4151 CAT TALES 85 ANNUAL SPONSORED BY WHITEHILL STUDIO BELLEVUE 641-0600 Pg. 86 1) Annual photographers search for freshmen in the trash cans during a pep assembly. 2)Sean Anderson takes a break from the hard life of a photographer 3)Thls years Editors Inclu ded (standing on left) Jeff Miller — Business Manager, and Sean Ander- son — Photography Editor (sitting on left) Shelll Chenoweth-Ednor-m-CMef and Angle Stark-Assistant Editor. 4)The Annual Staff has had enough-THEY WANT OVTIl t S 6)Just hanging around and acting weird (but are they really acting?) Pg 87 l)SheW Chenoweth and Jeff Miller are busy as usual. 2)Holly Avery learns how to use a camera. 3)Our group shot. 4)Deadltnes amuse all of this year ' s Editors. xcUment Is in the air-hearts start beating ) ' aster-could It be? Yes! The Annual is finally here. It has been a very successful year for the 1987-88 Yearbook staff. Their hard work and long hours paid off when the book finally came out. The staff this year participated in a pep assembly here at school, and they helped celebrate National Yearbook Week. They had many fundraisers in- cluding selling ads around the community to help make our Annual a better book. - years staff included Sophomores: Dave Caldwell, Ann ce Virgin. Juniors: Heidi Avery, Holly Avery, Dtanai son, Julie Mount, and Amy Victor. Seniors: Susie Renee ' Balodls, Troy Berglund, Jennifer noweth, Shannon Earl, Kelly Gregory, Kim H .ilnney, Lori Sadler, Rhonda Stafford, Angle St " Sutton, Pete Szumlas, Chad Tachell, and John Mm ' NSORED BY NEW CREATIONS HAIRSTYLING FALL CITY 2227566 ANNUAL w B9flHflBN|H__ Golf had another outstanding season this year. For the se- cond year in a row, they are headed for state. Best average went to Sr. Matt Camp- bell, followed closely by Jr. Jeff Savauge, and Sr. Chad Tachell. Deric Solomon has the school ' s new record for an outstanding 5 under par 30 in a match against Issaquah. The team is getting bigger and has a lot of talented players. CONGRATS GOLF! Keep up the good work. 90 GOLF l) " The men " 2) At the end of the day, Mr. Jens6 dreams of playing golf.3)Deric Solomon trips } his golf ball. Page 91 l)Way to screw up onef the only good pictures of Matt Campbell De: Solomonl 2)Shawn Thornton leaves his rule bo. at home and has to stand and watch, maybe net timet 3) Jeff the " Savage " Savauge Is ready to ■ tack his golf balll 4) Chad Tachell shows hi ' much he loves to play golfl SPONSORED BY SNOQUALMIE FALLS GOLF COURSE FALL CITY 222-5244 V , 1 SPONSORED BY CASCADE GOLF COURSE NORTH BEND 888-0227 GOLF 91 This year ' s Cross Country team has been very successful and has worked mud harder than previous teams. This year ' s team includes Mike Wells, Mik Peck, Rusty Miller, Todd Shinn, Paul Jones, David Wiktorski, Rico Tessai) dore, Daniel Estrada, Nathan Sutherland, James Hall, Alex Eanes, Jennifer Rem Jill Peach, and Jo Ann Musgrave. Every week, the team runs about 30 miles and mos of its members started their training during the summer. Special recognition goes t| Freshman Jill Peach who competed very strongly against older girls from otht teams. The team went on to take 3rd place at League with Mike Wells taking 5th an Mike Peck taking 6th. After going on to District, Mike Peck placed 20th with Mik Wells taking 22nd out of over 80 other competitors. Awards went to Mike Peck an Mike Wells who received all-league selection. Guys ' most-valuable went to Mik Wells and Paul Jones received most-improved. For the girls; Jill Peach was vote most valuable and JoAnne Musgrave was voted most-improved. 92 CROSS COUNTR Y SPONSORED BY HIGH MOUNTAIN TRUE VALUE V S VARIETY STORE NORTH BENL 888-1242 »,,-. » p Page 92. 1) Jill Peach enjoys helping Joanne Musgrave stretch out before a race. 2) JoAnne Musgrave and Jenny Rene run a hard race. 3) David Wlktorski relaxes with some light reading at the meet. 4) The 1987 Cross Country team. 5) James Hall runs all out! Page 93. 1) The Mount Si girls line up to win. 2) Mike Peck and Mike Wells stretch out with some of their favorite music. 3) Mike Wells and Mike Peck stride out to win yet another race! 4) Coach Art Galloway strives to amuse his runners. 5) Mike Wells and Mike Peck get ready to pass a challenging rival. CROSS COUNTRY 93 The 1987 Volleyball team surpris- ed everyone with a 19-5 overall record. They took not only the League Championship, but also the District Championship. The team battl- ed with injuries all season, but mentally prepared themselves against them. Their mental toughness was their mainstay during the entire season. Con- centration and pre-game meditation also contributed to their tough game play. Attitudes and disciplinary pro- blems bogged the team down though. " Without these players, " stated Coach Job, " We could have taken the Sta Championships as a team. " Mo. players agreed. With only the loss two seniors, the team should contin to win throughout the continuin seasons. Congratulations to th Volleyball Team!!! 94 VOLLEYBALL 1 .) Kendall LaLanne goes for another kill while Gall Hickenbottom checks out the block. 2.) Rhonda Stafford barely misses the block. 3.) The 1987 Volleyball team: Tina Stevens, Cheri Sadler, Suzie Richter, Kendall LaLanne, Michelle Hlggens, Angle Stark, Rhonda Stafford, Coach Job, Stacey Strobel, Gall Hickenbottom, and Amy Victor. Pg. 95 1.) Suzie Richter with another blinding hit 2.) " Oh my gosh Kendall! Did you see the size of that roach? " asks Amy Victor. 3.) Tina Stevens amazes us with her spike. 4.) Coach Job giving her team . . . VOLLEYBALL 95 _ tv 1 ;r mJ ! ' J 96 SOCCER This year ' s Girls ' soccer team has had an ex- ceptional year playing in one of the toughest A A girls ' soccer league in the state. Losing only to Tahoma and Mt. Rainier, these girls went on to have the best record ever for Girls ' soccer and took 3rd in League. Accomplishments included beating Tyee for the first time ever and playing well against their toughest competitor, Tahoma, who was 1st in the state last year. This year ' s Juniors, making up a major part of the Varsity team, played an impor- tant role in this season. Along with the Sophomores, they look forward to an even better season next year. Special thanks is given to Sharon " Mock " Caldwell for her inspiration and time. SPONSORED BY THE SPORT SHOP NORTH BEND 888-0715 H V rjL fr. N " iiS- t: 1 J,) Kris Braswell don ' t fall over! 2) This year ' s Varsity team: Coach Tilton, Colleen Kelly, Angie Riley, Leasa Burch, Wen- dy Holstine, Kris Braswell, Tina Barker, Kelly McKibben, Chris Zumdahl, Amy Lee, Chris Triplett, Majja Jorgensen, Nikki Jorgensen, Kim Oleson, Melinda Dujmovic, Shannon Earl, and Kristi Engen. 3) Nikki Jorgensen takes a shotl 4) Leasa Burch shows some of her great soccer moves. 5) Cathy Zumdahl puts strength in her shots. Page 97. 1) Owl Kris Braswell. 2) Chris Triplett gets the ball away. 3) Melinda Dujmovic is strongly guarded but still manages to hold her own. 4)Melinda Dujmovic gives a strong comer kick. 5) Amy Lee, what are you doing on the ground? SOCCER 97 The J.V. Volleyball team com- pleted the season this year un- defeated. When asked, Coach Dill an said, " The team was marked by their consistent play and their dedica- tion to do their best. " Captains of this years team were Lisa Toyne and Serena Krapf. C-Team this year ended with a record of 7-3. The team went the first part of the season without a coach but they still pulled out a winning record. 1) Chert Sadler says give the ball to me! 2) The un-defeated team of 1987. 3) Michelle Hlggins, wh • spike! 4) The C-Team Volleyball team. 5) Kristin Johnson, sen e that ball. 6) Clndl Bettes, what a sc I 98 VOLLEYBALL he 1987 J.V. Soccer team this year finished with a record of 4- 2-1. The team was coached by Jana Berglund and Sharon " Mock " Caldwell. Most valuable player this year was Chris Riley, most improved was Jenny Cabe, and most inspira- tional was Heidi Avery. 4 1) Tina Kelley and Sherri Scott are best buddies. 2) Kelly Cabe, what a cute baby facet 3) Jaymle Elmenburst. looks can kill! 4) " OUCHI " . says Jen Shipley SOCCER 99 £ Jt. J :•!» W IB - - ' W _ j km -it iKL ViEE S Mount Si started the year with a tough preseason schedule. In the first game, the Wildcats proved victorious over Peninsula, ranked fifth in state. Starting league play with a 2-2 record, Mt. Si set forth to defeat the number one rank- ed, Tahoma Bears. Mt. Si, led by a line up of nearly all seniors, came within a mere point of victory. Costly in- juries forced the Wildcats to search for depth in key positions. These factors contributed in producing a disappointing record of 3 wins and 6 losses. Although, in the area of team unity, the mighty Wildcats came out on top. TEAM AWARDS Tod Botten: Co-Captain, 2nd Team Defensive Back; Bill Brooks: Co-Captain; Darrin Martin: Best Lineman; Brian Michaels: 2nd Team Tight End; Kurt Stermetz: 2nd Team Wide Receiver, Best Receiver; Kirk Stevens: 2nd Team Defensive Lineman; Shane Wyrsch: 1st Team Inside Linebacker, Best Linebacker, Mr. Defense; Joe Lewellen: Most Improved, Most Inspirational. 100 FOOTBALL AGAPE CHIROPRACTOR NORTH BEND Preventative Family Health 888-1670 W Jm mL A Uj ■M ii i j 1J 77ie 1987 Vorsrty football squad. 2.) Kurt S(erme(z tackles the opponent. Page 101 I.) Coach LaLanne directs from the sideline. 2.) Jeff Gradv gives us one of his " looks " 3.) Quarter- back. Todd Botten goes for the long pass. 4.) The seniors of the football team. SPONSORED BY ANTHONY ' S NEW YORK PIZZA NORTH BEND 888-0434 FOOTBALL 101 This year ' s J.V. team ended their season with a two win-three loss record. The Junior Cats started the year off with a BANG and a win over the Tahoma Bears 6-0. The Cats then ran into a big dry spell, waiting for the season finale to repeat their opening, with an exciting seventeen-fifteen victory over the Rams of Mount Rainier. The mid-season stumble was primarily due to the fact that the Varsity team had been devastated by injury. The varsity, was then forced to replace the upperclass starters with underclassman, who had demonstrated promising skills at the J.V. level. Although the win-loss record wasn ' t overly impressive, it allowed an opportunity for our younger players to gain much-needed experience, which shall directly effect the success of future Wildcat clubs. The coach Ray Wilson says that the guys did a great job and to keep up the great work. 102 FOOTBALL Page 102 1.) Reza Honardoost looks for the ball. 2.) HI. Mom. 3. Derek Hastings and Mere! Williamson listen to the coaches. 4.) Mt. Si. J.V. football players line up for the hike. Page 103 1.) Josh Hamlk kicks for the uprights. 2.) The Freshman Football Team. 3.) Fumblel! The Freshman Football team has been working together as a team for eight years. Coach Dunkle from Snoqualmie Elementary says that the team is easier to work with when they know what the basic rules are. Their record this year was exceptional; they had seven wins and one loss. Six out of the seven wins were shut outs. Dunkle says that the year was very suc- cessful and good luck in the future! FOOTBALL 103 6 1.) Chris darcio shakes his opponents hand after victory. 2.) Sean Thompson executes his pinning move. 3.) Joe Mosselll anticipates the starting whistle. 4.)The 1987-88 Varsity Wrestling Team; (top left) Troy Berglund, Alan Browers, Dan Bartlett, Amfln Nykrelm, Matt Mueller, Chris Garcia, Dave Erwln, (bottom left) Greg Hart, Sean Phlnney, Joe Marenco, Tony Richardson, Pete Szumlas, Grant Haag, Brant Hubbard, Wally Ren, Bruce Caldwell. 5.) Troy Berglund stands proud with his supportive mother. 6.) Alan Browers gains another pin for the record. 7 .) Rod Poepplng has a wrestlers look of total exhaustion. This Year Mt. Si. had an eel lent wrestling team, th finished the season with a 9 ui 1 loss record. Mr. Hart commented thi the team did very well do to a e- perienced line up of strong seniors ad some good younger wrestlers. Tt ' . seniors include; Wally Ren, Pet Szumlas, Troy Berglund, Sean Phinnt, Alan Browers, Chris Garcia and Da ' . Erwin. Hart also said, " It ' s been e- citing to work with this senior groii from their freshman through seni ' years, and to watch the growth and st- ress that they have had. It is equally e- citing to see some outstanding yowl wrestlers coming up who have do ' . quite well this season. 104 WRESTLING CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF THE 88 WRESTLERS PROFESSIONAL HOME INTERIORS 888-0500 I J Joe MosselU what ' s that grin for? 2.) Wally Ren, How many more pounds do you have to lose? 3.) Hart and Coach Arteaga put deep thought Into the strategy of their wrestlers next moves. 4.) After an outstanding match Matt Mueller gets the recognition that is well deserved. 5.) Sweating It out until the end, Chris Garcia defeats his challenging oppo- nent. 6.) A proud mom stands beside her son, Sean Phlnney, at Mom ' s Night. 7.) Troy " destroyer " Berglund and Sean " Phln-dog " Phlnney give us this look when asked about their wrestling season records this year. 8.) Chris Garcia goes In for the takedown. 9.) At Mom ' s Night, Alan Browers shows his the appreciation of her support throughout all his hard years of wrestling. WRESTLING 1 05 ; he varsity boys basketball team was very strong this year. Dominated by juniors, the roster went as followed. SENIORS: Sean Anderson, Eric Knowles, and Kurt Stermetz,(all co-captains); JUNIORS: Deric Solomon, Troy Woodward, Peter Thompson, Lance Hepworth, John Pickering, Joe Lewellen, Erin Brooks, and Ken Smith; SOPHOMORE: Paul Erwin. 106 BASKETBALL 106; 1.) Troy adward attempts 8 point shot, he team huddle. Deric Solomon ctlces for the tee . 4 . ) Erie uiles, master ball Her. Pg. 107; 1. : . 1988 VARSITY iM. 2.) Lanee Hep- th and Deric mon what are you g? 3. The 4.) Kurt Stermetz, ? your eye on the le. 5 . ) Peter mpson — the key nder. BASKETBALL 107 MHHI r rs i .1 ' ' ■ ,© This year the J. V. boys tean had a record of 3-15 with i games left to play. DespiU the record coach Spalding had lot of fun. " I ' ve enjoyed coachini these guys, " replied Spaldo. Pau Erwin was one of the outstandint players this year. Paul had a 2t point game as a high and was tht best scorer. Naturally, because o height, Brian Michaud was thi best rebounder. Brian Mercet better known as Mr. D, was thi best on defense. And last then was Steve Conklin who somehov managed to always get the jol done. 108 BASKETBALL f) .24 . V 30jfc 3 i W9{ The 1987-88 freshman boys basketball team was coached by newcomer, Mr. Joe Galagan. This years team was a spirited squad led in scoring by Ted Severe, Stacy Pierce and Jason McGregor. While com- peting in the Seamount League, the freshman boys team displayed hus- tle and young talent. Despite the lack of fans, the boys played a suc- cessful season. 1) The Cats pose for a group shot. 2) Teddy Severe practices his shooting technique. 3) Jason McGregor puts up a shot for the Cats. BASKETBALL 109 l)Chris Triplet, Renee Balodis, Suzie Richter, Leasa Burch, Angela Wilson, Mary Anderson, Alex Eanes, Gall Hickenbottom, Coach Job, and Lisa Toyne. 2) Suzie Richter aggressively re- bounds the ball. 3) The Kats break up after an in- vigor ating pep talk from Coach Job. [1 £ " ' X 110 BASKETBALL The kats strut off the floor after a GREAT game. Maty Anderson gets ready to jump for the ball. ach Job and Coach LaLanne give some helpful pointers during the The team lines up to play follow the leader but Renee Balodis can ' t decide what to teout. do first. T he Girls Varsity Basketball team did a great job of reaching their goals for the year. They wanted to place fourth in the league. The team did their best and improved every game. Good job Kats !! BASKETBALL 111 THE 1988 J.V. GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM Leasa Burch, Misti Moore, Kendall LaLanne, Jen Peck, Serina Krapf, Jaymle Elemenhurst, Xondra Trod Catrlna Shuck, Tina Kelley, Kris Braswell Xondra Trostel practices her ballet jumps. The Mount Si Katz attack from all sides. 112 BASKETBALL ' ) !a »t reshman girls basketball members this year were coach Miss Marshall, Heather Erland, Trlsha Elmenhurst, Laura Burrell, Michelle Higgins, Malissa Mar- shall, Deon Watts, and Beth Stubbert. This group had a good sense of humor, and ware very supportive of each other. Their goals this year were to become better students and athletes, to improve themselves physically, morally, spiritually, and to become self disciplined Individuals who were commit- ted and consistent. One of their biggest goals was to have fun. To become a member of the team all you have to do Is try ■out, their are no cuts. l)The Freshman girls basketball team. 2)Mrs. Marshall discusses basketball with a team member. 3)The team takes a break. 4)The team In action. SPORTS 113 NJ 5 Q.0 I 1 3 .3 S 0 O ■ | 5 This year was a first for many things in A.S.B. One of these things were co- presidents. Through the leadership of these people; Co-Presidents Marc Victor and Alan Browers, Vice-President Pat Scott, Business Manager Lisa Boehme, Treasurer Mike Wells, Secretary Chris Oleson, and In- terhigh Representative Mike Vadjinia. The school saw more activities such as in- tramural volleyball and the All Valley Fun Run consisting of a 10K race and a 5K race. Proceeds went to a Seattle Community Youth Center, with the idea of teenagers helping other teenagers. Most importantly, the officers met their goals of leading the school in to another successful year. I. The first official meeting of 1988. 2. Secretary Chris Oleson catches a rash from Co-President Marc Victor. 3. A.S.B. reps. Brandy Hollenback. Brian Anderson, and Rhonda Stafford pay close attention to what Is said. ASB WM i • ' :mceton ib. « J J Our all-male A.S.B. officers give Business Manager, Lisa Boehme a lift. 2.) Senior Class President Keith Stringfellow leads the discus- sion on Prom. 3)The 1988 A.S.B Represen- tatives. 4.) The ultimate Interhigh Rep, Mike Vadjinia. INTER-HIGH Natural Helpers is a program that was started five years ago at Mount Si. Every year, a group of students and teachers are chosen by their peers as people to confide in. These people are trained in listening skills, com- munication, and confidentiality at Camp Cispus in Randall, Washington. Group activities are con- ducted to make the learning more enjoyable. Through the counseling center, a list of Natural Helpers is available upon request. 1) Entertainment Is provided during free time at Camp Cispus. 2) Mellnda Dujmovic and the three stooges. 3) The Natural Helpers listen on as they a taught the Importance of good listening skills. NATURAL HELPERS 118 CONGRATULATIONS SHANNON EARL YOUR FRIENDS, Deanna Hover, Angle Stark, Mik Wells, Chris Garcia. Love Dad, Mom, Dawn, The Hatch ' s, the Kirschners. L -4 1) The Natural Helpers get together for a group shot. 2) Deanna Hover and Jennifer Marshall are good pals. 3) Holly Avery, Josh Garcia, and Teddy Severe show us their best looks. 4) Everyone claps for a successful weekend filled with fun. NATURAL HELPERS 119 120 CANDIDS With Ms. Marshall as the advisor and Susie Anient and Stacey Mrozek as the presidents, the energetic Pep Club aroused spirit and pride among Mount Si fans. Pep Club is comprised of students who want to show their spirit and get involved in school activities. Their en- thusiasm is seen everywhere around the school. Pep Club co-presidents are Susie Ament and Stacey Mrozek with advisor Mrs. Marshall. 2.) Diana Zemp ws her pep club spirit. 3.) Our mascot helps to arouse pep in the fans. PEP CLUB 121 122 DRAMA CLUB 1) Mt. Si ' s Future Farmers of America. 2) Mr. Moroney, is this what you do In horticulture? 3) Tami Mills checks on her plants. 4) Debbie Krulze observes the plants in the greenhouse. 5) FFA officers Adviser-Mr. Moroney, Sentinel-Mike Russle, President-Wendy Carpenter, Treasurer-Brenda Boone, Secretary-Diana Carpenter. 6) Mr. Moroney, the Mt. Si Horticulture teacher. CLUBS 123 1) Is this picture for real? 2) Nicole Leland ra in the money. 3) A group shot. Future Business Leaders of America had an exciting year in 1988. The group consisted of: Gina Fredell, Pat Scott, Shawn Bartlebaugh, Chad Tachell, Jason Gunderson, Deanna Hover, Nicole Leland, Sally Benson, Mark Lawrence, Mike Peck, Kelly Cabe, Clifford Knapp, and Susie Richter. The officers were: President Pat Scott, Vice President Jason Gunderson, Treasurer Chad Tachell, and Secretary Gina Fredell. Some of the activities they par- ticipated in were: the Fall Leadership Con- ference, the Spring Competition — where they participated in several business class competitions — and the State Conference held in Spokane this year. One of the goals set for the group was to have at least one person compete in state. Overall, F.B.L.A. had a successful year. 124 FBLA CONGRA TULA TIONS KIM HAMIL TON AND CLASSMA TES FROM FAWN ' S GENERAL STORE NORTH BEND CANDIDS 125 f Fl members this year were Adviser-Mr Norman, Producer- Kim Shumate, Audio Engineer- Bill Brooks, Lighting Techniclon-Thorston Meyer. Other members of the group wereMIke Sterrett, Jeff Miller, Jennifer Hall, and Luddly Thompson. Thler main goal Is to Improve the variety of music and make It as current as possible. This Is the third year of the club and each year the group Involved has gotten more knowledgable and versitile. Fundraisers are the dances. They charge $250.00 to do a dance. Kim Shumate deserves special recognition as she Is always responsible and reliable. 1)BIII Brooks 2)Thorsten Meyer 3)The HI Fl club after one of the dances. 126 CLUBS This years dance team, advised by Ms. Kjenner, performed at home basketball games and pep assemblies. The team con- sisted of 15 members. As seen in the group picture they are as follows: Tonl Ottopal, Melinda Dujmovic, Charity Janokowski, Renee Balodls, Suzle Richter, Leasa Burch, Kristi Engen, Heidi Acton. Kim Bridges, Lisa Boehme, Chris Triplett, Tiffany Combs, Jenny Mettler, Jenny Woods and Krista Hensel. The girls, in their flashy red and black uniforms, were a welcome addition to our schools pep assemblies. 1) The dance team pose for a group shot. 2) Th girls warm up for a perfo mance. 3) Practice a usual. 4) The dance team DANCE TEAM 127 This year ' s Drill Team worked hard and had a very successful year. Starting prac- tice at 6:15 in the morning, the team made up many new routines and perfected them for their performances at Pep Assemblies and half time at football games. Finally, there were invitationals and various other competitions that the team com- peted at. This enthusiastic group members include: Lena Brock, Heather Collins, Denora Crowe, Jennifer Derryberry, Michelle Delaney, Stacy Herman, Christine Her- rera. Charity Janikowski, Debbie Kollenborn, Jennifer Kuyper, Theresa Menard, JoAnn Musgrave, Andura Porten, Tanya Radcliff, Reina Rodriguez, Angie Rogers, Ann Schneider, Cindy Tillman, Lisa Tillman, Michelle Truchon, Betsy Upton, and Angie Wilson. Captain is Debbie Kollenbor n and the Advisor, Ms. Kjenner. l.Tanya Radcliff Is excited about the team ' s perforntance. 2. The 1987-88 team picture. 3. Michelle Delaney and Lena Brock smile for the audience. 4. Th team lines up for Inspection. 5. The Drill Team gives another dazzling performance! 128 DRILL TEAM •V " i 4, ? ■■■ .. •• . . V . ft t r : . . -v. ' ? }-. V r ' V F ' kJ V •■ ' ' • ■: s ' - ■ ?•- ' ? ' - - A !p ' - - ; " 3| " t .■ y r fflf sffi-is Art ' -W ;• ■ Ti? -. •■• ' • •- V- - • ■■■ ■;%£ » v zaH ■ » V ' k V ' ■ ' ; v : FRQMW ?b8 YEARBOOK $TAFe ■■ ' ■ ' ' ? , : : ShijClub H 1 B Kg 1 r V X f 2 Science club sold M M ' s this year which allows them to go on a couple of field trips during the Spring. One of their ideas for a field Trip was going to Hanford and spending the night then touring the atomic plant. Sounds like fun, just hope you guys aren ' t contaminated and come back glowing. 1. Pete Szumlas Rob Miller study the human body. 2. Tod Botten Thorsten Meyer are trying to figure out a serious problem. 3. Mike Rup- pert Is really getting Into his pendulum experiment! 4. Arica French Julie Somborovlch are talking about how hard the physics class is. 5. Brian Anderson plays with his experiment. 6. A typical physics period. 130 Science Club CONGRA TULA TIONS CLASS OF 88 — RA YS ELECTRIC BEACH 888-9598 Surf on in to our Electric Beach catch some rays! ) Knowledge Bowl members pose for a group shot. 2) Of- ficers: Matt Bassett, Todd DeBoer, John Pickering, Chris Oleson, and Trevor Parkinson. 3) Sanvl Kiss, Dan Lang, Jeff Miller, and Todd DeBoer hang around waiting for a meet to start. 4) Last, but definitely not least. Knowledge Bowl ' s advisor, Mr. Clegg. Where do the Knowledge Bowl members receive their broad in- telligence levels on all aspects of studies? Advisor, Gene Clegg believes his secret incentive is what keeps their practices running smoothly. Coca-cola, cookies, and popcorn " stimulates thinking, " he says. These practices are held once a week starting in October and in January are increased to twice a week. The group begins meeting with other teams in our league for practice games, until the league tournament in March. There are two prestigious awards given at this meet; one, for the best team and the other for the best school. Each school can have up to three teams of four people. The officers of this knowledgeable group are: President-Chris Oleson, Vice-President-Trevor Parkinson, Treasurer Todd DeBoer, and Sergeant at Arms-Matt Bassett. In the past, Mt. Si ' s Knowledge Bowl team has taken first in league, and at least third in regionals. The team hopes to make it to state for the third year in a row, and keep up their good reputation. SPONSORED BY AQUA TRA VEL NORTH BEND 888-4833 Knowledge Bowl 131 132 Candid ' s SPONSORED BY MT. SI VILLAGE PHARMACY 888-0268 NORTH BEND The 1987-88 Honor Society gets together for a group shot. 2. Pat Scott and Brian Anderson like to relax at their meeting. 3. This year ' s officers, Melinda Dujmovic, presi- dent, Brian Anderson, Pat Scott, BUI Brooks, and Greg Cooley. 4. Alan Browers and Marc Victor are serious about being members of Honor Society. Honor Society, led by Ms. Jones, has had another suc- cessful year. The goal for this group is to emphasize and promote students to be willing to volunteer and take responsibility within their school and com- munity. This year ' s pro- jects included " Friend to Friend " which is time spent with the areas elder- ly, and still being involved in tutoring and other ac- tivities. To become a member, the students are nominated by the faculty, and then must fill out an extensive application. All Honor Society members maintain a 3.4 grade point average. SPONSORED BYSAMBICA CAMP CONFERENCE CENTER BELLEVUE 746-91 10 Honor Society 133 J) Deca Officers from top left to bottom right: Vice President Jason Gunderson, Secretary Kim Hamilton, Treasurer Kelly Strobel, and President Leasa Burch. m 2 j M ispd Mil - MHHIfrpffl Mt. Si. ' s Deca Club consists of students enrolled in Marketing and Management classes taught by Bob Morrisey. Deca members operate and manage the school store. The profits generated from the store are used to fund field trips, student conferences, and com- petitions. This year, six students traveled with Mr. Morrisey to attend a leadership con- ference in Honolulu, Hawaii! At the area t conference held at Bellevue Square. Twelve students qualified for state and many others received awards also. If these students are, successful at state they will move on to Na- ' tional competition at Salt Lake City. 2) Joe Lewellen admires Alan Browers ' eating habits. 3) Teacher Bob Morrisey 4) Diana Zemp, are you feeling guilty? 5) Life behind the counter is extremely stressful 134 SPONSORED BY DECA MT. SI HIGH SCHOOL DECA SPONSORED BY DEC A MOUNT SI HIGH SCHOOL Deca 135 I = s I = y = = R U N K 136 S.A.D.D. SPONSORED BY JUDY ' S BARBER SHOP NORTH BEND 888- 1 943 5.A.D.D., under the direction of Mr. Galloway, is a group of students who are against driving drunk. The group was led by students with leadership qualities. This year they co-sponsored an assembly called Bridges which owed us how to express our feelings towards others. They also had a poster ntest in which students were given a theme and they had an opportunity to win izes. Page 136 I.) The fearless leaders of S.A.D.D. 2.) Faith Combs sings Mary had a little Lamb to the entire student body. 3.) Jennifer Chamberlain and Susie Ament show off a new sign at Mt SI. Page 137 l.)Do they look like they are S.A.D.D. to you. S.A.D.D. 137 if ill -- " ' AJre . jc THE IVOKLD SAYS WELCOME WHEN YOU KNOW THE LANGUAGE ' -.,ir r Each year the Foreign Language Fair seems to get better and better. Without a doubt it ' s due to all the hard work of the students and the teachers involved. The French, German, and Spanish classes spend weeks building, planning, and putting together one night of International bliss. The respon- sibility of the students under the advisorsiiip of Miss Pinkerton, French classes, Mr. Baumann, German classes, and Mrs. Scott, Spanish classes, made the fair not only enjoyable, but also tasty. Page 138: 1) Marc Pepe ' Victor gives service with a smile. 2) Ke ly Gregory and Steve Haas chug a bier. Page 139: 1) Joe Lewellen. Dennis Joule, and Matt Rankin promote peace among nations. 2) Curt Keller and Stacl Davis say, " Come on and try our Nachost Please?!? " 3) Jason Adcox as we ' ve never seen him before, and hopefully never again! SPONSORED BY THE FRENCH, GERMAN, AND SPANISH CLUBS 140 International Club SPONSORED BY SUNSHINE ' S SHEAR TALENT SNOQUALMIE 888-2300 Page 140 — 1) The International Club members. 2) This is a beautiful picture. 3) The officers Michelle Lions, Jennifer Marshall, Lisa Boehme, Erica French, and Caprina Adcox, get help from Eric Knowles page 141 — 1) Lisa Tillman concentrating. 2) Cindy Tillman tries to hide from the camera. 3) Carola Kirschneit, Etsuko Tsurata, and Karin Heppert, 3 of our exchange students. The goals of the International Club were to have activities that would be fun for the exchange students. These activities should help them get to know people and our American culture. Some of the fun activities include: birthdays, welcome, and holiday parties. This year ' s exchange students are Thorsten Meyer — Germany, Carola Kirschneit — Ger- many, Etsuko Tsuruta — Japan, Karin Heppert — Germany and Lena Sundquist — Sweden, (she had to go back home because of an injury to her knee.) Miss Pinkerton heads the club, with Lisa Boehme as the club president. She is doing very well as a president, says Miss Pinkerton. She is very responsible and is fun to work with. SPONSORED BY VALLEY STATIONERS OFFICE PRODUCTS NORTH BEND 888-0802 International Club 141 J) Senorlta Scott 2) TOP ROW Candy Smith, Takako Wright. Kim Kuncl Krlsten Johnson, Greg Cooley, Rusty Miller, Jim Chartler, Susie Ament, Kim Oleson, Charity Janlkowskl. BOTTOM Ryan Avery. 2) Club officers, Krlsten Johnson, Greg Cooley, Rusty Miller. Not Pictured Brant Hubbard Spanish club this year was led by Maria Scott. The club has plans to take a trip to Spain or Mexico next year and is doing fund-raisers for some extra dinero. The club was involv- ed in the international fair on March 1. Greg Cooley was the president. Rusty Miller was vice president, Kristen Johnson was secretary, and Brant Hubbard was treasurer. SPONSORED BY WHOLESALE DOORS 1-800-562-3930 DOORS — t m MILL WORK — CABINETS — 1 ± !. Spanish Club 1) The members of the French Club. 2) The officers, Lisa Tillman, JoAnn Musgrave, Nicolle Cordall, and Jennifer Marshall. 4) Ms. Pinkerton.the adviser of the French Club. The French Club had an eventful year. They participated in the Foreign Language Fair on March 1, which was a fund-raising effort. Another fund-raiser considered was a complete French din- ner available to the public. The money was raised for the members to go to a French restaurant in the area, and also to participate in other French activities such as plays etc. This year, the club con- sisted of 70 members including these 5 officers: President Jennifer Marshall, Vice President Shannon Dunn, Secretary Nicolle Cordall, Treasurer JoAnn Musgrave, and Business Manager Lisa Tillman. French Club 143 1) The German Club gets together. 2) Mr. Baumann. 3) Kristin Johnson, the little Deutsch Schulerin. 4) German Club Officers, President Alan Browers, Secretary Matt Bassett, and Vice- president Trevor Parkinson. This year ' s German club did very well in the sales of " gummy creatures. " Under the lead of tht new German teacher, Robert Baumann, the group enjoyed an authentic German dinner and t relaxing day hike. Mr Baumann, a veteran German teacher of eight years at Lakeside school it Seattle, came to Mount Si High in October to take the place of Mr. Tilton as head of the Germat Department. Officers were as follows: Alan Browers, President; Trevor Parkinson, Vice-president Jason Stewart, Business manager; Matt Bassett, Secretary; Jennifer Rene, Historian. 144 German Club SPONSORED BY NORTH BEND ANIMAL CLINIC 888-3300 NORTH BEND 145 This year ' s Soccer Team has had a very suc- cessful season working and playing together. The team was led by Coach Bob Vadjinia and captains Kelly Gregory and Troy Berglund. Determin- ed to have a good season, the guys worked really hard in practices working on skills and plays to have an edge on their opponents. The players on this years Varsity Team are: Kelly Gregory, Troy Berglund, Chad Tachell, Mike Wells, Chris Oleson, Mike Vad- jinia, Eric Knowles, Keychain Barton, Guy Dashnea, Dennis Joule, Erin Brooks, Brian Sokolich, Matt Rankin, Paul Ribary, Tony Richardson, and Goalie, Derek Solomon SOCCER 146 Page 146. l)The 1988 Soccer Team. 2)Kelly Gregory outruns an oppo- nent. 3) Chris Oleson shows his moves. 4)Erlc Knowlesgets ready for a big throw-In. 5) The team warms up with a run before the game. Page 147. l)Everyone shows their smiles. 2)Kelly Gregory makes a great save. 3) Eric Knowles show his stuff for the camera. 4)Deric Solomon, " Super Goalie " . 5) Everyone lines up to take some shots. SPONSORED BY NEW CREA TIONS FALL CITY 222-1 ' 566 147 SOCCER The 1988 J.V. Soccer Team has a lot of spirit and their goals are to continue the Soccer program at Aft. Si and build a strong base. All the schools they play have very strong Soccer programs and they ' re pro- ud that they can hold up as well as they do. They wish to hold high the Mt. Si tradition of winning. 1)J.V. Soccer Team for 1 987-88. 2) Rusty Proudfoot Is under presure and Is doing fine! 3) Steve Conklin does another good job at guarding the goal box! 4) Ken Shipley Is showing off again to his many fansl SPONSORED BY CCS. INC. NORTH BEND 888-4577 J. V. Soccer Intermural Volleyball 1) Push tt. 2) Mark Victor, Is tt done with mtrrors? 3) Glen Warn, " The Bapmaster. " 4) Kelly Gregory, tt ' s only a ball! CONGRATULATIONS KIRK! FROM HOFFMAN ' S FURNITURE AND VIDEO NORTH BEND 888-1059 J. tt 5r Intermural Volleyball The 1988 track team has set high goals for themselves this season. Returning lettermen have hopes of making it to State this year, they are: Jenny Woods, Nicole Cordall, Jennifer Rene, Marshauna Mortensen, Angie Wilson, Melinda Dujmovic, Kristen Johnson, Kelly Hill, Curt Keller, Mike Peck, Keith Stringfellow and Rusty Miller. The boys and girls teams are headed by the two coaches, Mike Johnston and Dave Clifford. Mount Si wishes them the best of luck in their events. C - - - -- b w f w 40 TRACK 150 SPONSORED BY SAM ' S BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 888-9880 JOE METLER " WE MADE IT ' - IHy Ili HH i ■■ rf t k j» WTO I v 4 Bage 150: 1) The Girls Track team poses for a group shot. 2) Jenny Woods strives for a personal best in the long jump. 3) Marshauna Mortensen throws the disc for Mount Si. 4) Kristen Johnson warms up for her event. 5) Melin- da Dujmovlc shows her stuff. Page 151: 1) Kelly Hill practices his pole vault. 2) Another win for Rusty Miller. 3) Ken Rice goes for the gold. 4) Todd Shlnn strides towards the finish line. 5) The boys Track team gathers for a group picture. 6) Another Mount Si long jump star. AijTl m -i;-: • " V t.{ r »m m t$ SPONSORED BYLOVELAND CHEV. OLDS. NORTH BEND 888-0781 151 TRACK Page 152 1) 1988 Varsity Tennis Team Is Top row: Mary Anderson, Sazle Rlchter, Sherrl Scott, Cathy Zumdahl, Etsuko Tsurato Bottom row: Jeff Sauvage Jeff Grady, Marc Victor, Alan Browers, Chris Teggeman Coach John LaLanne. 2)Marc Victor shows us his awesome servel 3) Larry Johnson Is Mt. Si ' s very own McEnroe! Page 153:1) 1988 Tennis team. 2) Jennifer Somborovlch shows us her stuffl 3) Pat Hlnes, where ' s the ball? 4) Colleen Kelly attempts a smash. 5) Peter Thompson alias Mr. Tennis. 6) Renee Balodls can hit a ball? Amazing! Varsity Tennis 152 SPONSORED BY £ Tennis this year was coached by Mr. LaLanne and Mr. Spaulding. There was a great turnout this year for both Varsity and J.V. When asked how you could join Tennis, Coach replied, " Just show up. " The team practices consist of " going out and hitting the ball when it is not rain- ing. " The goal for this year is to try and get better each week and beat the season record from last year. Mr. LaLanne feels that the whole team is working hard because they believe totally in a team concept. SPONSORED BY BIRD PERCIVAL ATTORNEYS 3380-146TH PL SE, BELLE VUE 888-3388 153 TENNIS BASEBALL SPONSORED BY FISCHER MEATS SEAFOOD 392-3131 GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1 988 MMH Hf5 5« c i i 1 1 4 cge 154; 1.) The Varsity Boys Baseball Team. 2.) Mr. Miller, are you trying give one of your Intelligent pep talks. 3.) Mat Mueller, who are you throw- j the ball to? Your Imaginary friend! Page 155; 1.) The boys of baseball. ' Scott Batten. Do you always walk around looking like that? 3.) Howie rryman, what an expression! 4.) Mat Mueller, the cameraman likes you. The varsity boys baseball team has a lot of potential. Some of the goals of the team was to teach the boys how to really play the game. Some of the boys gave all they had, or at least they tried. The jamboree was awesome. They won two and lost one. A good success. One of their games got rained out, but they would have won anyway. Good luck, gentlemen, with your future games. 155 BASEBALL The season began like a dream; four wins and no losses. Suddenly all went black — the sky that is. The rains set in and forced the team Inside. This gave them time to reminisce about their weekend in East- mont, Wenatchee where they not only practiced their hair- dressing techniques and perfected their bowling scores, but also set goals for the season. Goals continued to be the same, to take league and district and place high in State. The team continues to be young with only 3 return- ing seniors (the last of the buffalos), 7 juniors, 4 sophomores, and 2 lonely freshman. Pg 156) 1. Tina Barker is looking a little unsure about what to do. 2. Varsity squad: Mel Hommer, Brlta Nykrelm, Stacy Strobel, Coach Roeber, Kris Braswell, Mlslt Moore, Nlkkl Jorgenson, Lisa Toyne, Serena Krapt, Amy Victor, Tina Stevens, Chris Trlplett, Angle Riley, Tina Barker, Angle Stark, Krlstl Engen, and Charity Janlkowskl. Pg 157) 1. Tina Stevens Oh, What a feeling! 2. Chris Trlplett and Amy Victor The Softball players. 3. Our motto Is organization. 4. Varsity players getting excited about the game. 5. Our murder picture. SOFTBALL 156 157 SOFTBALL 1) The 1988 J.V. Baseball Team: Top(left to right) Bart Meyer.Steve Braswell .Troy Armstrong. Mark Pray. Kenny Rogers.Sha Seagraves, Middle Dean McCain. Brian Estes.TravIs Lyons.Steve Yantls.Jeny Tomllnson. Bottom Trish Adcox.J.1 Groshell. Scott Brooks.Jason Stanley. Joe Marenco .Coach Greg Hart 2) Joe Marenco makes an Incredible sliding catch! 3) Dei McCain shows his fascinating pitching balance. 4) Mark Pray concentrates on his outfield throw-in. BASEBALL 158 The J.V. girls Softball team this year was very spirited. Mr. Jensen was their coach. The members (pic- tured left) were Many of the games were rained out, but the team still had fun. l)The 1988 J.V. girls Softball team. 2)ls this how the warm-ups are really done? 3)Keep your eye on the ball. 3)Pttchlng In slow motion. 159 SOFTBALL This year the Mt. Si High School Band hosted the Seamount League Band Festival. Six different bands com- peted for the title of league champs. Those bands who preformed were Mt. Si, Liberty, Tahoma, Tyee, Enumclaw, and Mt. Rainier. The Mt Si Band played " The Marriage of Figaro " by Mozart and " Bolero " by Rauel. They recleved a plaque certlflng that they were the best band In our league. This years seniors In- cluded Paul Quero, Pat Scott, Shell! 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