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Ole - Celebrating another touchdown, Chad
Vanmorlehem, Chris Ballard, and Brad Glenn
flash the Toro sign.
Game point - Spiking the ball over the net is a
specialty of volleyball players Melissa Topham
and Jill Korte.
Birthday best - The boys' swim team patiently
waits for Coach Thad Decker to finish his speech
Making a run for it Junior Mac Fitch dodges his and 'mmduce them'
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he tradition of Mountain View
sports has been to make winning
look easy. After a decade of win-
ning, a great deal of respect and admi-
ration from other schools in the state
has been earned.
Though it usually takes a school a
long time to develop a winning reputa-
tion in athletics, Mountain View broke
this tradition. The first state champion-
ship was earned by the 1978 varsity
football team. Three state titles and 9
runner-up titles have since been cap-
Several graduates have won scholar-
ships to colleges all over the nation.
1980 graduate Todd Shell currently
plays for the San Francisco 49'ers. He
is just one example of success that
was, in part, due to an outstanding ath-
Some aspects that made the athletic
program so successful included a high
sense of team unity, strong school sup-
port and spirit, and a good coaching
and training staff. r
Of the 20 sports offered, all have
contributed to establishing "A Decade
of Excellence" in sports.
"The sports program has built a
strong, respectable reputation," said
Athletic Director Dale Charles.
Having a ball - Performing a one-and-a-half
backwards tuck at a meet at Kino pool is senior
diver David Zirker.
Page 10 text:
or becoming involved and meet-
ing people, groups on campus
were the perfect answer. With a
variety of clubs and organizations,
each person had a wide choice to suit
his or her interests. "Clubs are a great
way to get involved and meet people,"
said DECA member Marin DeMichele.
These various organizations in-
volved students in activities and pro-
vided valuable learning experiences.
Groups such as pom, cheer, and pep
club enabled students to show their
pride. These groups were known for
their spirited presence at football
Pirouette! - Demonstrating her dancing skills to
other members of Dance Theater is junior Shelley
6 Clubs Organizations
Music-oriented groups were an excit-
ing way to develop talent. Whether
marching, singing, or putting on con-
certs, each group was kept busy with
fundraisers and activities.
Other clubs ranged from business-
oriented areas and future planning
groups to special areas such as sci-
ence, scuba, and foreign languages.
People involved became a part of
planning the many activities around
school. Each group contributed a spe-
cial part in making this "A Decade of
Sprichst du Deutsch? -- Ray McManaman and
Amy Hook sell Gummi Bears at the Toro Family
Festival to raise money for German Club.
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