Mount Whitney High School - Oak Yearbook (Visalia, CA)

 - Class of 1987

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Whitney High School Visalia, Ca. 93277 pn: I fter much anticipation, and months of waiting, here it is - your own personal Pioneer Handbook. This is the guide to basic high school survival. After intensive and often life-threatening research, we, the staff of the OAK, have compiled this guide to the elementary techniques of popular existence. This manual will help steer even the lowliest of fresh- men on to the proper course. ln the pages to follow, we will improve your social graces, strengthen your aca- demic prowess and heighten your athletic abilities. Enjoy the following .............,.......... Introduction ...... . . . . . , . . .4 Dedication ........................... 17 L fPLTE"5S'N9.'YQUWlCIERS .. Q Academics .... . . .18 Featuring: Metal Shop . . ..... 20 Chemistry . . . . . . . .22 Business ........ ..... 2 4 Computers ......,. . . .26 Academic Decathlon . . . . . .28 2 0 Introduction L Rl-GHTS-OF-EE -QFPERCLASSMEN Class Sections Seniors Anatomy of a Senior Destination Graduation Pacesetters Officers luniors Anatomy of a lunior Officers Sophomores Anatomy o a Sophomore Officers Freshmen Anatomy of a Freshman Officers PLAYING THE "RIGHT" GAMES Activities Dances . . Cheerleaders Homecoming Band .... Choir .... Newspaper Yearbook . . Drama . . . Student Government ...... .... Foreign Exchange Students . . . . . . . Club Index .. Orchestra q Choral Groups . . . . . . . Assemblies THE THRILL-OF vlcToRv ' - Sports . . . Fall Athletics . . . Football .... Water Polo . . Volleyball .... Cross-Country Winter Athletics Basketball . . Soccer ..... Wrestling .... Spring Athletics Swimming . . Diving ..... Baseball . . . Softball .... Track . . . Golf . . . Tennis ...... 1 SPENDING YOUR MONEY ,ef ' Gi-:gy iff gg, , -, '. 'iii W iiic +V: 'll' fm 5 vo-r 'E 1 is My i Y H-' '-QW' " v-Ll '11 vain Ads ...,.... Index ........ Current Events . , Editor's Goodbye o get you in the proper frame of mind, let's get the basics down first lust turn the pages and irwhftfxw -e Fl lQQHlln3u Eric Nelson, Lisa Van Groningen, and Katherine Padgett know studying requires sunshine. left Wright uses the process of elimination on his test. Valuable computer skills will help Greg Baskovich in the tuture. Even Walter Anderson has to worry about dishpan hands. Anatomy studies seem to thrill Michelle Vierra and Lisa Callahan. Chris Elledge sweeps Jennifer Sundstrom oil her feet. 4 0 Introduction J' 'E ff' 'gun- M 1. 'w ' 'f31'.I'.'E""':1"'7l7""' l,-- V- on-sl d 3ff5'if1W'Vi 3 :rftgwl-l:rm:e,rgf1- . -. 'A -f ew ',9f"'r-'W i5,,:,y,g1375 l K,3-C1323 fl" W 'JETS ea .iggfyiggi 3 ' ffl? 13:72 lrbflm , ,Fmt gy. s l NEB? MAKE THE GRADE v"' r akmg the grade was a top priority foremost Mt. Whit- ney students. Whether it was in Chemistry class or in a Drama production, it took a lot of hard work. Sometimes it required a lunch in the library studying or an after-school practicei Yet, many determined stu- dents were willing to make those sac- f 4..-. , , -..,,... 1 6 rrfrces rn order to turn their goals into a reality. l How to make the grade? ln order to accomplish anything you have to dive head first into new challenges: Con- centration and putting out thatj extra effort will surely get you the jgrade you want. To learn the most you need to study hard, take notes, and har- dest of all stay awake duringnclass. To make it through your school life you should take a positive approach and do the best job you can. l Whatever the students goals were, by working hard and sticking to them they made their grade. f Introduction 5 . .SPORT THE LOOK. Kerry Wright keeps up with the trends and her homework. Looking cool in leather and shades, lack lones takes time lor a picture. Kendra Simpson knows black is in. Shelly llvila and Kelli Varner go casual in jeans and a sweater. . f Mike Kuiper and Kevin Hightower know they're bad. Rob Lindsay definitely has that prep look. Oscar Huidor's swooping bangs make lots of heads turn. ff l L l l s VwM,,,.---,,.. .. M -" "f5"' 1 I s , M, .X ., ,X .- , '--in, . Y- 3-A, .3 , X porting the look, Mt. Whitney's campus could be described as a fashion show, whether you set the trends or followed them. No two people were alike, as everyone had their own stylel be it preppy, skater, cowboy or jock. The way we dressed expressed how we felt. We showed our personality from how we had our hair cut to the shoes on our feet. l How to sport the look? This year, to be super sharp, it was back to the classics. For the preppy look, it was penny loafers and turtlenecks. To show your sporty side, Reebocks and faded jeans did the trick. To be with it, girls took the Esprit approach with metallic accessories and ponytbils. Of course, to be casual, sweats were always acceptable. l Trends come and go, but Mt. Whitney students will always know how to sport the look. r Introduction 0 7 0 0 FRIEN Womanizer lason Bailey hangs out with Rita Hernan- dez, leanna and ltngie Guinn. Gina Rainwater and Sherrie Kuns are glad they're friends. Randy Hoover, Eric Andrews, and Dean Cook spread peace throughout the school. Lori Mayfield and Don Young are just clowning around on Halloween. Seniors Steve Williams, Frank Bishop, Jennifer Trulli, Erin Larsen, and lynnette Bail make their destination clear. sa R 'la 'I 1' 'rf' 'a' . 'VL ,sfsrffe-e .re -W 3 WX' his 3. 1 I , ,V ln,--7-M., V - v ,Lp ,n , M.' M ,, t,. 3. r' .3 .'x . .....iu, , ' ' l i " ' ' P fiifi :-fur,-f '1' A-.2 A. 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Loyalty and dependability are two quali- ties a good friend should also have. Most of all you should accept your friends for what they are. A true friend is a treasure. i introduction ' ' I l r' his year there was a place for everyone to get involved, if you just looked hard enough. Whether you were a brainy kid or a rowdy one, there was a niche for you. The addition of Student Government's suggestion barrel put your ideas into action. Besides the obvious sports and clubs, many other opportunities existed to get involved. How to get involved? For the creative type, there was Newspaper or Yearbook, Art Clubs, Drama productions, and music or choral groups. The Academic Decathalon or Math Team were ways to get involved in Academics. During lunchtime, you could get involved by staying on campus and doing a lip-sync or participating in other noon activities. Dress-up days were always a popular way to get involved and show your Pioneer Pride. Q 5 Lu M 5 3 ff" t s l 32 721 f X N if M .,y r-, f . .- QM 1 ', " "T N. if "'T7f' it if Q. ' . A " -sw. F :tim 'r Y 'fly' 'E A' fiom 'X Egg .,., . N ., xy A ' 'fr - , , Q ...gf Y I F 'ff ' l O sr if if It 3, 'r xr 4 l '- l ' l 5 r 1 i l -4 I I 1 l . 1, ,,,i,,.,r,A . , get Ky l f -' " 1. ' "il , -A s w, T 10 Introduction T , - , 'ie5,? "A 5 V "Y T I I i, W - ,, ,,,,, ,.. ,. W, ., .7 ,,., ..-..,.-,..........f--A-iw-W--. . . .GET INVOLVED -v Q'-to gifs if it I P' A P' V :Di on Yr ,. F! gi .l ll Q. f 5 til l lg Q il H r ua W g I 4 . l I " ' ii?ff7' S I ' l l 'l ii u H ' Q- 5 4 A l za.-, "1 'F-3731.-Lv.. . . M . '.F,',fs-:.: -Ts ' - H 65? ' ' J 51.135 fr.. -if .of-wwe-gwxwfewzfm.-N.. - sw. ' f+J..g'. -T' 'g'f'I-,'s:'xfg.3-4 'M ,, , "L" -.. "1 'th' uf? ,.., li: L3-g7'y'f1., ,, Q- "W jjj .zw v H, -.. ,A lr. '34, rI.LK.,:-A-3v.33j.,gj: . I 3 tgp.: Age " -L..z':. wi' J. -F14f2?"",'f'i-iw.: My ...l ti jf' fl l Q ,-' , ' we ll K on ma 'a-ei im- 'T' 1: M." c ,. M , 5 gay W Y in -. - .. , . 'sa '-m ay ' : rn., .. -. ' Wai' f' -, 4 1 I .. A 'N rx R 5 r . . -u U r fl, S., H ,gi Y '. N uf 5, . uv ...f . 1. left Smith and Dean Cook anxiously await their brides. l 2. Aaron Casale, lim Bissat, Nick Pritchett, Tommy Nunes and Scott Finney do a great lip sync 3. These poloists do a great job keeping the bench warm. 4. Miss Yost is a true renaissance woman. 5. Exciting lunch-time activities keep everyone on campus. 6. Mt. Whitney's Pioneer Pride Band is ready to go. 7. Yearbook staffer Heather Mounkes is all dressed un for Cowhide. he opportunity to wear the famous school colors, maroon and white occurred many times throughout the year. Wearing the school colors not only showed your dedication to the school, but how proud you were to be a Pioneer. How to show your true colors? To support your class there were class- shirts in school colors. Maroon and White days also provided an opportunity to pull out your school colors. Football games and other sports events were places to especially be seen in the traditional school colors. ,. 1 i X I H 'f 1 3 " , . r dx' I I v 1. Lean to the left, lean to the right, . . . Fight, Fight, Fight. 2. Will Lisa Van Groningen's mother approve? 3. loanna Odle, Debbie Burlord, Tricia Forrester get into Pep Q llssembly action. 4. One more balloon and Katrina Nelson will take oll. 5. This crowd knows Mt. Whitney's number one. ll, Q M 12 0 Introduction 23 3 My x 4 j?"Z1Q 37321 . . .SHOW YOUR TRUE COLORS Introduction fgb. 9 I ik 1 ...GET ROWDY ,Y 315 lx razy, insane! The atmosphere around the Mount this year was almost that. With the school year packed with non- stop action the students spirit peaked. Pep lls- sembly rowdiness was sparked by Rory Hays' loud, green sneakers. New cheers and excited cheerleaders made assemblies come to life. The traditional Cowhide and Homecoming weeks turned even the most humble "freshies" into a rowdy. How to get rowdy? To get crazy, you need not only a loud voice, but loads and loads of enthusi- asm. To win class yell competitions you have to jump and shout, not sit and look in awe. To get your spirits high during the week, noon-time 14 ' Introduction x e activities can give you a lilt. ln order to spread your enthusiasm you must first be a leader and most ol all unafraid ol embarrassment. t Making school a fun place to be can be done, you just have to know how to get ROWDY! 1. Stacey Mollsen, Marion Andersen and Glenda Hutt ham it up for the camera. 2. lumpin' Pat Noel sings his duet with Sean Larsen. 3. Matt Graul sits high on Steve Dittmer's shoulders during a pep assembly. 4. Rory Hays looks cool in her shades. 5. Homecoming excites Dena Stevens, Cheryl Gagnos and Susan Neal. 6. Freshman Cherie Bell and Shelley Brewer scream their hearts out. 7. Seniors show their Homecoming spirit in the lap sit. .5- eu. wtf 'ci H Qin HW .I tg. .fi ' gf ii' af W A 'r 11 L .1' fi I, 12 1: 11 21' ' 1115 1 111 V, . 1 1 .V P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 4 1. 1 "JW 1 .4:Iy.f1,...,. "9 3 L . -51 I -' sc'-x HTF:--f.l ,, 1 '-fr-.F 1 A L 'ti Q "M 3- vi A ,..11Y1:-- g , 1.. - rf i .aqfv ., 1..,, bf . ,L 1 4,1 1,11 'f 1 T1 1-1 Wu 1 1 1 1. 1 1 151 1 I 1 1ntroduction 0 1 Rl 1 . l f. ,Sw: g SEQ? ' 4 3- ffl: f'7'f' 'f:-.fc '7l:-.7 ' ' 'I A ' 'Y - . 'yi .ss 2-H .f:w:gf1Jw' , H Q 5' 'AL I we . ll rg . 2' ' lr 1. 2. 3. 16 0 Introduction MAKE I-l BUCK pare time for many Mt. Whitney students was spent working after-school and on the week- ends. Many worked to gain valuable ex- perience. But, for the majority of the working kids it was to make big bucks. How to make a buck? To earn that cash you should first find a job that's fun, something that you'll enjoy doing. Being punctual and always keeping busy on the job are important if you want to keep that money coming in. McDonaId's new outfits look sharp on Rosa Solis. " Stacia Roberts perfects her sales pitch behind the cosmetic counter at Penneys. Mike Kuiper serves up a cool Coke at the movie theater. f., if ll 'v if L N Enjoy Dedication A teacher with outstanding enthusiasm and dedication to students is a perfect way to describe business teacher Steve Rogers. His strong devotion to student activities' and willingness to give of his time are just a few of his .exceptional qualities. For 14 years, Rogers has been actively involved in Mt. Whitney's business department, teaching merchandis- ing skills, distributive education and a variety of TCOVE classes. He is senior advisor of Whitney's active DECA club and assists with activities in FBLA. He has also been involved with the coordination of competitive events at the national and state DECA conventions. ln addition, he is manager of the Mt. Whitney Trading Post and helps in the Finance Center. Rogers graduated from California State University at Fresno and did his graduate work in Business Adminis- tration. Prior to his start at Mt. Whitney in 1973, Rogers worked as a substitute teacher in the Fresno schools.. To you, Steve Rogers, we dedicate this 1987 OAK. lf Mr. Rogers keeps his classes exciting. Z. Mr. Rogers takes time to help a student get her books straight. 3. Mr. Rogers assists a student with a project. -T . Dedication 17 any U U! s 'l J vi H. mlxx Y Q ff if- f"'.G' fsfli , 2+ MSW 1- 1w1l L2Q w:xf, w5,ffiQ.1,ffNK 54 ,li 1fYigE,if1in, ..hVf WMA N: li4'ii3'Jl5'1','k 3315? Q Cv , . U J . L ,,g. g ?.1m,1 g l11g!ppg ,i5 , Exgwx gym. FAK 4 - u.1 f-,.55 g ugKgE . x Y - 'E ifuff' Sy,,.4 Q ' i Nj sixif '-gli' If . " Q Q mx 5 , AA 5- ii.-5-3 f K ia,L...::q1., U: wiflfefs gg.,-Split,E:lf,'2!,fgHEre,13 zu 3511,-,,r3Q!a.'Q1l:1:A.1,gf' Y , 0 Q1 ' IIT ? '11f4f ,.4f ".'f'V1v'k9l-5ff L gi g 'Q -inv- Cellar-- X, r g Academics Divisinn 0 19 20 Whitney Metal Shop Named State Model Program Although the industrial arts classes are usually not thought to be as academically demanding as some other classes on campus, a visit to the shop area on Mt. Whitney's campus can con- vince the observer to think otherwise. Mt. Whitney's Metal Shop is one example of this situation. This program, instructed by Craig Wight since 1974, has undergone some exciting changes in the past few years. The input of lottery funds has enabled the Metal Shop to purchase more modern, computerized equip- ment which the students are now using. Other new equipment was added when the shop was selected as a "Model Program" by the State Board of Education. This resulted in a S150,000 grant that has allowed the Metal Shop to pur- chase a variety of new equipment. Whitney's Metal Shop has received state recog- nition, as last year they took first place in regional competition for welding and sheet metal, and seventh in the state for machining. A variety of proiects are worked on in the class. One of the more unusual projects this year is model airplane engines. Ned Al-Askari 7 ' is ' s 3 ys 'K Math ' - - - is E. nf t . X.. .. - S at 'Qi Q ti? Ra I ,A I H X 4 ri? . -'f ex gg 1 s, l I X Andy Allan . .-,-g 'rs gbg' ' Science .. Q Maureen Anderson , ff - ' my . . Doug Ash Counselor ' Karlene Audino English SS I W if abs 4 . lohn Beacom ' N Dave Benway 5 A G Aiviagon ra y erry g g gg Math Mark Bonar . , S: i Ag g X . . s 'Sl Social Studies " it . X N ist r , . ,, X .. X 5 . S Science -, Les Borges ez. ft Lynda Bradley Special Education lanell Brett Business Bob Burke Social Studies Brenda Burke Home Economics Kathy Carroll-Mahan Social Studies A ' - -f ' va. .E ' K fs , , Ky---its GA? as we A it E t E .. V - we 'f' -. A .2 1 . I WP?" A JZ W I A M, wr 0 :MA -.., ,H f 1' 1 f A "' gn., J .f I f' Q, -xxx' " 'gf' ,. 1 X' U-N f Q- A- ! XL ' -X. N, X. 'X x -.hrljx .x 'x ,A Ray Hernandez Special Education lohn Hess Social Studies Ken Hill lnduslrial llrls Dwight Holer Math!Social Studies Manuel Holguin Social Studies Roger Holmes Foreign Language!Computers lohn Huckabay Math Ed Huston Social Studies!P.E Dan Jackson Fine Arts Peggy lohnson P.E. Bonnie Karlea Foreign Language Danna Kasparian English Leah Kaviani ESL Connie Kennedy Counseling Karl Kildow English S W-MMWW MSM f my ,............s..s..-...Ms s...Ms.M..s-ea. Bill Kuykendall Math!P.E. Steve Lahmann Dean loe Lane English Pauline Litchfield Business Mary Loomis English Ron Loyd Fine Arts lim McDonnell P.E. Cora McEachern P.E. Esmond McNutt Computersfldath Paul Mana Science Norma Mann Assistant Principal Shirlene Moody Special Education Penney Morrelli Home Economics loy Naylor Business Mike Neal Science Whitney Chemistry Students Enjoy Fun, Exciting Labs For some the mention ofthe word chemistry brings to mind visions of an evil twisted scren trst hunched over bubbly test tubes filled with a vile creation that could destroy the world But to the relief of many Mt Whitney students they were confronted on the first day of classes not by a mad scientist but by Mrs Wrnterton and her happy atoms the class would be a breeze After all how hard could rt be to mix up those chemicals? But this dream was quickly shattered by the reality ol lab write ups hours of homework electronega trvrty tables and entropy factors Those poor chemistry students soon had vrsrons of crystal lrne forms and hands stained by nrtrrc acrd and silver nitrate Students have to show great dexterity and mental prowess rn order to complete such challenging labs as making peanut brittle over a bunsen burner and toasting marshmallows on a stirring rod Gary Wallace and David Kewallal study haid at their l b t t a s a ron. . Kent Kubilr and luanrta Aguirre clean up after a lab. 3. Becky Miller and lferi Dorman experiment with chemi F 3 if A Many novice chemistry students thought that 5 I if -"P n . ' ' r 1 , 'V , X I 'fu I a I n . ' n Q n - i 1 t ' ' . M- at Z ' I E A ji W . . . 1. l A 2 I ' cals. 4. Heather Cox burns magnesium. 23 FBLA DECA Clubsg Attend g Varuous State Conferences Upstaurs onthe second floor of the B Buuldung through the double doors one can fund the Mt Whutney Funance Center and Student Store Io most students thus us sumply where youlbuy your tasty lunch or the dreaded Blue Book you need for Hustory But much more us hap- penung un thus locatuon ut us the central huh of the Mt llllhutney Busuness Department and sa place for students tolearnskulls such sasmaugs ketung accountung recordflreepung dusplayfde sugn customer relations and money-hanrllrng Sharung the actuvuty un the Student Store are Mt Whutneys two busuness clubs FBLA and DECA Members of bothfclubs work un the student store to earn money to pay for varuous conferences they attend Both clubs partucu pate un many local state and natronal confer ences and competutuons On the local and drs truct level Mt Whutney has placed consistently hugh un all competutuons Several clubs members have also done well at the state level uncludmg uunuor John Fustolera who holds the offuce of DECA State Presudent and plans to run natuon- ally next year Students rause money for con- ventuons through the sale of such utems as Spook Cards and Santastfirams v I I . .. . Y I . , . . . . . . . 7 au n . . . . . . . .. . I . . - u . .. . . . . 1 r u " . . . ! 9 . skulls. . .. . . , . ' r U . . .. I - . . u u ' .. . l . . . . , . . . .. . . . I . . . . I . . I . . . . . I l Suzanne Nelson English Henry Pasquini Dean Susan Pasquini E I' h ng us Drvil Perry TCOVE Dave Piotrowski Fine Arts Keeble Pipe Math!P.E. a . lohn Plett D I . S ' B . . Y Mechanucal Drawung , My-.K Robert Rex A u ' F' At I une rs 3 my 3 5 Q Steve Rogers fx i i Business P . A - , Hank Roldan . I Counseling u a F Mary Ann Rountree P.E. Doug Rudolf Foreign Language!P.E. Ben Sandoval Assistant Principal Merritt Savage Work Experience Fred Schmall Agriculture Science 24 Art Shahzade Science Gene Sheesley Principal Dick Shepherd Work Experience Elaine Short Foreign Language Dean Simpson English Mary Smith Foreign Language Gig Stephens Math Maury Stevens Science!P.E. Gerry Suess Social Science Carolyn Sutton Home Economics gii iii.iggg.g , A ,,,, john Sylvia , S Agriculture Science M., Q Sara Tanner -g... S Math - Frank Teheau n eg. 1 -3 , . Agriculture Science S Doreen Villanueva Counseling Mike Vogt L Q XPL' English i I I I l ,1 ali' ' 1. Stacey Spano and Robert Smith work on a business program. 2. Chad Brown checks the financial statements. 3. Typing students work hard on an assignment. Academics 0 25 E L .ri A P 1 . 1 s . it RMS 5 , ' inA Y A, W X T' A" NN-K, Kim Thatcher gives Tony Aquino a helping hand. Computer aide Cheri Phillips gives Mike Sanchez a little incentive. This computer isn't very user-friendly. Mark Fries is showing that computers aren't always boring. , Computer director lerry Walkowiak explains a new program to loanne Rossetti and Valerie N McKee. Russ Groom works on a computer'program. A g Tom Wauchope Math Cheryl Waymack English rc Mary Whitfield M English Craig Vlright Industrial Arts wanna Williams tx Nurse Vicki Vlinterton Chemistry ,Q David Wood Q English Linda Yost 'N' History!EngIish lohn Zavattari Business Teachers Not Pictured: Dennig Irwin Helen M005 wallet' Y3Il13lll0t0 Physical Education Math Audio Visual Z6 I 1 ' 2 it " Wy ..-:A g on lllllllllllllillll Q i"'f f A" 1' ex 3 1' ' .-,pkg x i an ik l .c --1, .9 X' .5 . X K A f Q. V .se .. .-- ts-- ,559 , .. . 5 .N Fr sr.-eg During the past decade, computers have be- come a driving force in almost every aspect of life, ranging from home use to big business. Mt. Whitney's computer department is keeping up with the times by offering a complete vari- ety of computer classes. In addition to the regular computer courses, Mt. Whitney's facili- ty also houses TCOVE classes and the entire computer operation for the Visalia Unified School District. Whitney's classes are taught by instructors Peggy Downs, Claude Feaver, and Esmond McNutt. Classes include Word Processing, Data Entry, Computer Languages CBASIC, RPG, PAS- CALJ and Agriculture Computer Management. Introduction to Basic is a beginning course that teaches the student about the computer and how it works. A student who is still interested after this course may elect to take RPC or PASCAL classes which are more advanced and study computer languages. The Word Process- ing and Data Entry courses prepare the student to go directly into office work after graduation from high school. Ag Computer Management guides a student into the ways that the com- puter can be utilized on a farm or ranch. 27 Academrc Decathalon Team Places First In County Albert Emstern himself would have been proud of Mt Whitney's 1986 87 first place Academic Decathalon team This years Academic team excelled rn the county competition on February 7 and cap- tured the first place trophy This qualified the Whitney team to advance to the State Cham- pionships which were held in Sacramento on March 14 Whrtneys team consisted of Henry Li Mark Rasmussen and alternate Mike Takata tHonor category- A averageJ,Brran Fulmer and lennr- fer Marvin tScholastrc category- B averagei, and lim Magurll, Kevm Webb and alternate Ed Markwardt tvarsrty category- C averagei Whitney s coach rs Chuck Drchrera Competition in the Academic Decathalon con- sists of a written essay, an oral speech a 30- mlnute multrpie choice exam covering a variety of academic areas, and a team effort "Super urz' . lien? Li seems excited about winning the high point rop y. . Mike Takata proudly receives his award from Dick Parker. . Academic Decathalon Team. Front Row-Henry Li len- nifer Marvin. Second Row-Ed Markwardt, Mark Ras- mussen, Brian Fulmer, lim Maguill. Back Row-Mike Takata, Coach Chuck Dichiera, Kevin Webb. Margaret Ayres Principal's Secretary Martha Balderama may , Study Center lk . A ' Patricia Boley Teacher Aide Cynthia Brewster Steve Dyar Campus Police Nancy Floyd Computer Center Paula Gonzales Study Center Cathy Goularl Business Dept. Aide Donna Graves CounseIor's Secretary Sara Hamman Music Aide Patricia lansen Audio!VisuaI Aide Liz laramillo Attendance Office luan Lopez Migrant Education Virginia Martinez Study Center Valerie Mckee Computer Center r .2 3 ,, ,S X R .1 YT L'b Au T ff , - . .'i 3 . rrary I e 5, v w g 3 Z ,A gf av- ... .MS X 'Q a F 5' 1 is N rf t ,V-.2 G fm? 5 . -1 fir' A F V fda . -rf . in X , ei' if H A, kr yi ng , Patsy Nuckols Counselor's Aide Rosemary Perez Business Dept. Aide Cheri Phillips Computer Center Margie Riberio Attendance Joanne Rossetti Computer Center llnna Souza Career Center Lynne Swartzlander Teachers Secretary Hilda Vandergrill Vice Principals Secretary Nellie Villa Nurses llide lllNlTORS: Front Row: Bill Davis, Huey Penton, Charles Burke. Second Row: Ann Harabedoff, Betty laurequi, Gerald Williams. Third Row: Ky Le, Marris Blackburn, Eleanor Mathews, Sharon Quantrell, Steve Rodriguez, Ed Rathbone. Back Row: lohn Tinoco, Larry Dineley, Lou Rodriguez, Louis Olivas, Leo Probst, Troy Thornton. 'fb Q .4-,gb 531, ..rf"" Classes 0 31 S I Last weekend's battle , Shades Qto hide rhe eager look gf 3 Scars H 'H ir fr r b'00d'5h0t eyesl future sorority Pledge Persona t Q Z.. Weekend wear fFrat qs, h Party Shirtj Directory of Female Underclassmen Seniors: Todd Tlltflllliilllg et A Q H1 i fonly the best will nd Erln Larsen College Boyfriend's jacket Baggy pants QNote College Directory the CUffSJ Renee Abbey Juanita Aguirre Sean Ahlmeyer Christa Aibersiein Nasir Ali Kevin Alkema Veronica Alvarez Amanda Anaya Seniors Spend Time With Their Friends 1 DeAnn Maples and lunror Kim Dust flash a quick grin for ihelphotographer Seniors 33 lennifer Anderson lulie Anderson David Andres Patricia Andres Sue Ashford James Atkinson lulie Avila Shaun Bagley 1. . 4' ww. H-1. A-A f idltzirf' Assemblies Catch Iiveryone's Attention 1. Rich Brazzle looks relieved that lim Parsley is so light-weight. 2. Senior girls watch a pep assembly in amazement. 3. Frank Bishop and Steve Williams wish they could be California girls, 34 v Seniors ,aff F jarf. :..z .,-3, M, .1412 Q..-V -WN , .gr ,,ffqg,i. Q 1 . H , ,::' :21?q ' ' A fx Aj -kwi- ,-AL. ' - S , 'IA rf. 6, ,-W. is X 4 gfil mis? WM. -- -- 1 W ' X XTW A723 my ,K ,K . X33 .. 7 , IT, 1 M 1 Q . wa :nl W -f'V.n ' K N 'Pix un - ' ii'Q'x1 92 QHL- R. Q 1 -,,,,, Z7 s .-f,, i l ,V - L i l ,. .3 . ,IQ-1.-..':.L1fL,f,.,4.m1..a-ES ri i we I ... . X ,rv i. J, 1 Class Of '87-lusi I-l Little Rowdy Karen Camus Joanna Canlo Kami Cardoza Brian Carlson Cindy Carr Stephen Castillo lon Celery David Champion 50's day. 1. This is one wild and crazy senior class. 2. Lisa Callahan, Erin Larsen, Lynnelle Bail, and Jennifer Trulli seem to enjoy Seniors 0 37 Gerardo Chavez Sid Childers Dennis Clevenger Stephen Coker Lisa Cologrande Rachel Conley Russell Connolly Dean Cook Seniors Excel In Academic Areas ,r.r , 1. Mike Pace is just too cool. 2. Pioneer Editors Shannon Whitley and Chris Alberstein are so enthused. 3. Gilbert Lopez poses with his sax. 38 0 Seniors .i ,A I v. f . ,, . . 5. ffilll' - 2 Q? ' . ,M 2, n'z, A,,,4,f , , , uf , .,, . ,b , I X , ,-41' A f,f"f'lf:+f '-, f. 1, ,Q-UQ, .V J I .V-1 'ne- .1 E- , 1' Q if 7',f"5 ,N f v 5 , -SIP. I - -'. E J. -.,4".-Jig? ' K - - n f. .1 - 28- '. fp 'I 4 . ,, 1' fem 1. 1:5 Lia! ,MQ .M ,,.v,jM 1 W., ,Li "'5Ks ,, ,gg .xg - f?"1 M Q V. 5-' EA A vs. Q ,"M, A Q. ' ' wt, . 5 I pi, 01,11 - N, ,, W Nz, 1 , Qs? ' + wa. ..4. x, 'll --N-Is!" ' my , ,W Wi M N' 'F' abqxsu' MQW ,--vi... M' ' if 1 ' 1 'Z , Q -tin' . wg v :gy , E7 1 J 1.-J ,1 Q V . -U L Z sq.- Q Q, u x x "W W U X h,,.,i, ,,,. . H eq. S iw '7Li2.f+'+,1i, 31 ' DESTINATION Ah ,gg nf 5? l 55: I 1 f Q , M1 T vw I' ' .p 9 ff- Y :QF ww Q, r V' 'Q Q' 1, in rw ' N nga W 295 -5 "9 - fp , 3,, W' ,213 3 ' . X " K . 4 V as 'l ::+. yn f f :elk VM 5 , X X. cava' ,J E 'M , X .fi 6 X ,b inf ' fd' 'Suv-4.11 if ai 4 11711 '1- ' f N. Sgr X 1 . l 'K , ' it t X .E bs, 4 l -wg, l we l Nl . S l , , .X , ll, , Seniors Build Friendships Al Whitney Cheryl Gag l'l0S Shane Gallagher Nickolas Galvan Tracy Garcia Timmy Gear Danny Gibbs Marc Gibson Kelly Giles 1. Nasir llli's stuck at school for lunch. Roger Jones and Phil Kasdorl. 2. Are these studs or what? Seniors David Shelton, Nasir Ali, Sam Mendoza, 3. Frank Bishop and Steve Williams had a tough day at the bowling alley. Seniors 0 43 loel Glick Grant Goble Gabriel Gomez lose Gomez Mm , Teresa Gomez Karl Graul Rita Gutierrez Michelle Gutsch Weddings Bring Seniors Together 4-mr WIN 1. Dean Cook and Renee llbbey are glad the big day has come. 2. Cheryl Gagnos and Dean Cook exchange vows. 44 v Seniors Q.. mr -as fy- 1 1 Asmh N lr nl Michael Haines Tammy Hale Nasser Halim Lauri Hall Lisa Hamilton Kimberly Harkey Kimberlee Harris Paul Hayashi Daniel Hays Elizabeth Hays Rory Hays Chad Haylon Tricia Heath Alicia Hernandez Diahann Hernand Kevin Hightower Senio BZ rs'45 Dawn Hill Belsy Hoffman ey , w ia di' 3 1 Heidi Houk H Kelly Houls -4 4 w. we 540. Eric How H 'f l lell Hunt M X' Kristen Huoll i il Byung Hwang la 5 X rr l eeee r Ron Hyde Nathan lde Kellee Irwin Alisa Jacobsma 46 0 Seniors lason Jasso loanne lenan Patricia Jenkins lill lepson Todd lohnson Laurie lones lohn Kasdorf Phillip Kasdorf Class Of 87 Maroon And White Forever 3 Lorry Lausman tries to escape from her cage. Seniors 0 47 Andrea Kassel Stacey Kerley Karen Kerslan David Kewallal in Karen Krakow Glenn Krancher Michael Kuiper llngela Kumalac . , I in is ' ' Class Thal's All Smiles 87 Seniors-A W 143 fi 1. Busy working on a float, girls? Seniors Becky Black, lodi Schofield, and luniors Shelli Foster and Tawnya Deiro. Z. Sandy Brazeau and Rich Brazzle lake lime out from the hustle of Homecoming. 48 0 Seniors v-P-. Leann Kuns Sherrie Kuns Michael Lane Erin Larsen Lorry Lausman Debra Lawson Anh Le Debbie Leak Denise Ledbetter Kwok Yiu Lee Yuk Ha Lee Tully Lehman Donnie Lewis Jennifer Little Bobby Lopez Diana Lopez Seniors 0 49 Gilberto Lopez Todd Lundberg lames Maguill Charles Maguy Gerald Main Gina Manfredi Scott Mangum ...T Deann Maples ,Ng i lil 5 lenniler Marvin Steve Maxwell Lori Mayfield Kevin Mc Auliff 50 ' Seniors Chris McNeaIIey Vernon Merriott Shannon Merritt Scott Messinger Larry Metzger Shauna Miller Tina Minatta Grant Moody Homecoming Brings Out The Best Of '87 K-9. ae 0, if ,et wir' M 3. What have you been into Mike Haines? 1. Leecia Orton and Debbie Leak-friends forever. 2. Margie Shufelt shows her Whitney Pride. li Seniors 0 51 Heather Mounkes lohn Munoz lohn Nadura Shawna Nagel Ana Maria Natal Susan Neal Aaron Nee Eric Nelson ' 4..- X Seniors Look Sharp For Homecoming i 1. Homecoming queen Stacey Crumal reveals her happiness to the crowd. 2. Check out this car guys-Seniors Robert Roldan, Rich Brazzle, Glen Krancher, left Wright, and lim Parsley. 52 e Seniors X 4533 'WWW QT' Q K F, , I W I -,iw ,K ' f. 1 - A 2 N 1' suv. 'J 1 x A333 Ev' I! -3515 W1 +- 4 ' 1 4 4' V, JV , w,.M.,w V 1, 3 A . , , .-5, ,V JSF N 1 1 ., ,. 1--, , 9 : ,r ,,:.. 'f Wg 1 " , KL -Q54 'L +-E 'f- S ' ' rw f - f -' Q -1 ,ff-M -in '-:L :mf , 3 is , x .- M, Y W J- ,"M3.' M T .M -."z , , I ,nw V. ..'-wg,,.'5g ,M 4 , ' ' f Y -' HM ,aagyggx-x gg-jf+y:5.A-'win 'N , fl. 41 M, , ...af A, - ' h 1 eq. ' .. , w ggi, ' 252,12 K , .sg- ba. f I , A. .,,,' U A I' W3 5, , ,W A ' ...V Y , A, N ,,,, -54. u 4 -Y l W " V 1 N 7 f 1. f , r 53,5 , 1 'ef Anything Goes For The Class Of '87 Stephanie Posyluzny Kimberly Presser Nancy Quiroz Gina Rainwater Mark Rasmussen David Rayl Michelle Reeder Rebecca Replogle 'ff 1. Susan Neal and Dena Stevens prepare for Anything Goes Night. 2. Janette Wiley and lenniter Brown seem to have fallen into a flour bin. 3. Too close for comfort, seniors? Seniors 0 55 Senior Pacesetters "Pacesetters" is a new feature of the OAK this year. The "Pacesetter" program is designed to give recognition to ten senior students who stand out from the crowd. fThis year, due to a tie in the ballot, 12 "Pacesetters" were selected.b A "Pacesetter" is delined as a student who "sets goals and reaches these goals through continuous effort, someone who has gone ahead and stayed there." "Pacesetter" nominations were accepted from both faculty and students. A selection committee composed of 11 students and 10 faculty members then narrowed the list ot 38 nominees to a list of 20. At that time, a secret ballot was taken to arrive at the list of final "Paceset- ters", We are proud to present to you the 1987 Senior "Pacesetters", Other finalists who also deserve recognition are: Chris Alberstein, Grant Goble, Lisa Hays, Heidi Houk, Kelly Houts, Todd Johnson, Erin Larsen and Brian Stovall. Mark Rasmussen Math Team, Math Club, College Awareness Club, Key Club, Photo Club, Press Club, CSF, Swimming, Newspaper Staff, Yearbook Staff, Coordinator!Head Photographer for Annual Student Body Slide Pro- duction. Tricia Heath ASB Vice-Pres, Freshman Class Pres, Student Council, French Club fPresJ, CSF CSecretaryJ, Keywanettes fPresl, Marching Band, Concert Band, Pep Band, Choir, Ensemble, Volleyball, Girl's State Alternate. 56 0 Pacesetters Mike Takata Marching Band, Pep Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, CSF fPresJ, College Awareness Club fPresJ, Basketball, Sophomore Class President, Junior Class V. Pres, Math Club, Youth and Government, Boy's State Delegate, National Young Leaders Conference Representative. Sandy Brazeau Student Council, Freshman Class Vice-Pres, Sophomore Class Yell Leader, Junior Class Pres, Senior Class Pres, Racquet Club, French Club, Keywanettes, CSF, Girl of the Month, Homecoming Court, Women's Glee, Ensemble, Choir, County Honor Choir, State Honor Choir, Basketball, Tennis fAlI-American Blanket Award 1985, 19869. Sid Childers Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Key Club fVice-Presb, Math Team, CSF, Track, Speech fVeter- ans of Foreign Wars "Voice of De- mocracy", Lions Club, Native Sons of the Golden West Contestsb. dr f 1.-v"'i W A K. QM V7 5 l I r QW: 4 S is 1 , . ei 1+ , lim Rudig ASB President 11985-861: Student Council: United Students Association ol Visalia Representative: Rally Club: French Club: CSF: Baseball, Soccer, Football 11986 Varsity Team Captainl. ASB Officer HCCJ: Student Council: Spanish Club: CSF: Lions Club Boy ot the Month: Basketball: Water Polo: Swimming C1986 All-American Blanket Winnerl. Chuck Maguy ff! - H r QQ, :- r , - '1 gi R2',132QFg,.'f at if .al lg ' y on ,EA IQKQM xfjkgkt , Ziftt. ' Ml. A "Lf 'ffrzgfi h LQ, ,- pm A lf-ffl: 1 1 '1 ggfsf '-re 1 -"Y - cw X .H -WS r l .- at 14: 245: 'V 5 :T . ' 5:52524 Rally Club: Racquet Club: Spanish Club: Keywanettes: AFS: FCA: Astronomy Club: Student Council: Head IV Cheerleader: Head Varsity Yell Leader: Yearbook Staft: Volleyball: Varsity Tennis. lennifer Brown Frank Bishop Student Council: Sophomore Class Vice-Pres: Senior Class Vice-Pres: Key Club: College Awareness Club: CSF fTreas. 19865: Newspaper Staff tSports Editorj: Alternate Representative to Visalia School Board: Wa- ter Polo: Swimming. Larry Metzger Math Team: Marching Band, Concert Band, lazz Band: Academic All-American: CSF: Baseball: Track: Football 41986 Varsity Team Captainj. til-- Robert Smith DECA: Student Store: Finance Center: Future Business Leaders of America C1985-86 Most Outstanding Mem- ber, 1986-87 Presidentl. Susan Neal FHAXHERO Qsecrelaryl: Keywanettes: Freshman Class Secretary: lunior Class Yell Leader: Pep Squad OV Mascotj: GirI's Slate Representative. ln. if at ' ' f 57 L V 5 ' Wu! 5 f, f ,V ,' Q l ' if if - ' - Syrenna Reynolds Mark Rhodes Chris Rodriguez Robert Roldan James Rudig Michelle Ruffner Kelly Ryan Stefani Salierno Halloween Spirit Changes Everyone i , H- xr' N. ', 1. Meow , purrs Linda Cossin in her leopard suil. is ,P 2, Lourie Dickson reincarnates Marylin Monroe. AV,,l 3. Jason Varner and lon Celery look Smurly. r R- 58 0 Seniors ww- , -r Lori Sanders Lisa Satre Francisco Saucedo James Saucedo Amy Schnaufer Deborah Schoenfeld Jodi Schofield Scott Schoolcraft Stacy Searcy Debra Shackleton David Shelton David Shepherd Seniors ' 59 , Seniors Are A Model Of Excellence Andy Tiss Christine Toomey Jennifer Trulli lill Turner Bryon Urton Donna Utley Lisa Van Elswyk Lisa Van Groningen inning 1. Australian Don Young just loves California. 2. Gina Rainwater - Is it the real thing? Seniors 0 61 E l 5. Y .8 r A .Jff fra. "..f fag will Gary Wallace Kevin Webb Melissa Welty Shannon Whitley Stephen Williams Linda Wilson Cara Witte David Wright lell Wright Donald Young Kimberly Young Phillip Young Seniors 0 63 Kelly Zieman 64 e Seniors Raudel Aguirre Walter Anderson Melissa Benjamin Ken Carlson Gary Carson Bridget Colmore Colleen Conley Stella Cook Tammy Gray Devin Hardwick Donna Ivy Darryl Jewell Roger lones Nina Klotzing Ruben Lara Douglas Magness Richard Malcolm Wayne Malcolm Samuel Mendoza Camera Shy Rebecca Miller Ricky Navarrete Patrick Noel Scott Nothstein Joanna Odle Katherine Padgett Paul Popplewell Allison Powell Eric Priuska Michael Quinones Glenn Rider Shawn Saechao Charles Shannon Robert Shawn Michael Spires Brian Stevenson Anthony Vasquez Khamin Vongpanya Melissa Wildey Class Of '87 Let The Good Times Roll' 1. Don't look yet, Chuck Maguy! 2. Picture happy Pioneers. gsi 1 C 4 ali K Q . 4 5 skim WSH' I 5 2 -1 or I sag ui , "+5w s'o Rf! 4 fs s S. W l 1,3 ,E is LQ M - 5 S . ,L 1 ,,.w'. . A 1 0F THE irst Semester Class Officers: Keri Dorman, Secretaryfheasurerg Frank Bishop, Vice President, andy Brazeau, President. 1571! Second Semester Class Officers: Heidi Houk, Secrelarylheasurerg lason Varner, President: Tricia Heath, Vice President, Eric Nelson, Class Yell. U n i or Llglirror manor on the P ers o n a Torn backpack lno hme lo go lo locker needs all the hme lo socralrze between classes? Dreams of gomg out wrlh a gurl has own age or older Puzzled look Cdebahng on whether or not to go lo c ass Casual Clolhrng reflecls Carefree iunior attitude Juniors l .. I.,- Slmple Hairdo-Qaclive social Irfe prohlblts spendrng too much hme on prlmpmg Arhllery Bell lun case Freshmen attackl The wrmkle look CNo hme to Iron clothes cant be late lo pre fusl agaml No class ring QMost 'r likely being worn by some lucky freshman A K. -we ,i., ' if . p g g , il 5 g f N me t . 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Alberto Acosta Kenneth Acrement Antoinette Adame Staci Adams Tammy Aguiniga Elida Aguirre Travis Albright Darren Aldaco Robert Alvarado Drew Amavisca Dana Anderman Marion Andersen Michelle Anderson Tania Andreas Eric Andrews Kimberly Angst lackie Ante Tony Aquino Michelle Arcure Kim Arnold lohnny Arzola Shelly Avila Melissa Bagley Andrea Beacom Rodney Bennett larrid Bernhardt Mark Bettencourt Gina Biancamano Matthew Bibhens limmy Bissat Tira Bosby Wayne Bosby Gitte Brandt luniors Juniors 0 67 luniors 68 ' iuniors Tamara Brazeau Bunny Brazell Staci Break Susan Brown Danny Bueno Renee Bukojemskyj Michele Bushnell Shonelle Bynum Lisa Byrne Andrea Carl Roberl Carmon Shelly Carmon Kimberly Carson Laurie Carter Aaron Casale Norma Castro Dana Cesena lean-Paul Chabrouillaud lose Chica Rhonda Chiodo Teresa Clark Wayne Coburn William Cochran Martin Colridge Jeff Compton Karen Cook Moira Cox Michael Craig Melanie Creason lamie Creech Bryan Criswell Brian Cross Lisa Cullum Big , ,, , Ss Nina Klotzing and Andrea Carl enjoy lunch. le ...fx 40-3 VfWVm?, V ielll .C A , '17 - x V Qi: """':- A so llr' A N, ,Y V , T , . 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Tracy Dahlgren Marcus Dailey Steven Dallman Kathleen Daniels Hayes Davis Jeff Davis Steve Davis Jeffrey DeBuck Mark Defendis Heather DeMaslers Jill DePompei Carmen DeRooi Tawnya Deiro Melissa Demaree Susan Denham Melinda Dennis James Derrick Kristen Doss Robert Dowds Lori Drysdale Thomas Dunnigan Stacy Easley Terena Eaton Julie Egri Chris Elledge Jason Ellis Judy Ellis David Emberton Andrea Escalante Marianna Evans Rachel Evans Richelle Fallis John Fistolera Greg Fleming Juniors Juniors 0 69 Juniors 70 0 Juniors Randolph Flores Melissa Fox Armond French Marc Fries Mona Fries Mario Galarza Paul Galindo Cheri Galloway Sergio Garcia Brad Gayo Tina Gear Angela Gilbuena Paul Gomez Jeffrey Grodsky Marie Hacker Anthony Halley Alexander Haley Traci Hall Mia Hansen Dustin Hardwick Alec Harrell Donavan Harris Shae Hart Kimberly Hawkins Maile Headrick Glenn Heath Wendy Heinemann Melissa Henniger Jason Hensley Anthony Hernandez Christie Hernandez Dawn Hicks Phillip Hinoios 3 VJ, A r M al ,' ff M, , ,firm aff 'F ""'ra 1'..J 4-of fr gf 1 ra Ag, Jf"'x Qi A "W I I ' J A ,gg J Quai .. ' ,ty f H J' . . f" J' f JK JV -J Tony Aquino needs a break from his computer. M - tg ' 'J Q Ai' 3-We i s-mJ f x J H X I r J ' J -J, " for ,- " 4 JJ 1 V ri , JJ K ,Y M 1 A A s'f"'1wJ ,J J J Q ' V A I 'W f ii' PQ '55 Z '94 We If ' 1 J ' if rrrr gg: AJ 'V ' i f I ' J ' J J r,Jy 4"f1'1" nv. J- : -.wx New C as .wg -. nas fvu. V I 2 f lf'-ft N-..r : ,f 5, 'jkh . xox? 'ei 'X L Q e X K tk Q. r, 'gy x ttf' -- A r , ajki m w l vents. . , " , ,W .Q . .. '.+'i::.i C 2 i X, .... 5, Q! 'N s .J f oo if L'Qks:1Y'J A ,sg J C l iw wx C 5 J X3 at i ,., , e Glenn Heath has a new look. sos, C 'E .CE T3 gk 3,5 w 5 . ,tg J C . NE T 'A V'-af. an '33 ep ,C wt. A1: .1 as 5 .Y , X s' f H .2 e . X 1, '. f N L1 X as s 3 - 1 ' I ,Q a -,gfwoo as ' n . 0 Q . Dustin Hitt Yuan Ho Serena Hodgin Bryan Holden Vicki Holik Cynthia Holloway Jennifer Holmes Randy Hoover Glenda Huff Jennifer Hulsey Michelle Hunt Patricia Hutson Margaret lsham Nichole Ithurralde Shawn Jackson Jennifer Jacobsen Pamela Jacquarl Chris Jennings Jesper Jensen Michael Johnson Charles Jones Mathew Jones Thomas Jungwirth Michael Kaviani Craig Kearney Terry Kidwell Steven King Stine Knudsen Min Kong Anne Korva Juniors Juniors 0 71 Juniors 72 0 Juniors Mike Kotob Patricia Kramer Sheldon Krancher Zivka Krstic Zivanka Krstic Kent Kuhik Cory Kuykendall Michael Lalanne Danielle Lappegaard Carlos Lemus Gina Lepore Henry li Dennis Lilly Robert Lindsay Kelli Lopez Mike Lopez lason Lovero Rodd Loyd Dawn Lundy Sarah MacDannaId Todd Mackey Manuel Maldonado Edward Markwardt Shawna Marston Antoinett Martinez Eddy Martinez Rafael Martinez Stefani Martone Gregory Maza Michael McCarthy Ronald McPhaiI Frank Medina lulie Mehrten R3 , ,, U, ,,,, ,ez W' 5 -aw , K ' My Af I 235 if Zi it ,Mfr ff' 'ff ,ge pi, :E ,, w 'Q A , k 'k - fix.. 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L, ,, ,,, N h we 1 4 A"" , I I - - , JK f'fff I 2 'E I e ww ' 'K J g .MW 'au 4, ,A irc irq ! s1H..f S af or aa in K- AA V r we ir 1' if ,Y - ri , 'ln , if ef af f, QM Je , il 55 ww f YU, A 5,123 gi H ,,, . f- K , rl i ,, -n Q .,, I 1 ., gr gsf'4gAl-W 012 ,FQ i, J f will Mm K ff- W - , Natalie Mekeel Stacey Mendonca Kristine Milavich Stephen Miller lohn Mitchell Vanessa Molina Stacey Mollsen Michael Morin Victoria Morris Michael Mueller Frank Munoz Roman Munoz Scott Nagel Kristen Nave Brandy Nelson Kristin Nelson Scott Nelson Nanetle Nettles Ke Ngo Mui Ngo Vern Nielsen Laurie Nilmeier Elena Nino Gina Noel Thomas Nunes Rosendo Nungaray Loretta 0'Bosky loe Ochoa Noah Ogden Dawn Oliveira Dawn Oliveira Denise Ontiveros lohn Ortega Robert Oslerbauer luniors luniors 0 73 Juniors 74 0 Juniors Cathy Pacheco Debra Palomino Kathy Parady Todd Parker Denise Patton Susan Patzer Adam Peck David Peden Tina Pedroza Dora Pena Bradley Pendergast Michelle Pickering James Pimental Glenn Pitman Buffy Pool Dawn Price Wendy Price Nick Pritchett Celina Quintero Jlrron Quinton Juan Rasner Jeffrey Ray George Rayfield John Reed Jeffrey Rinehart Kathleen Roberts Kindra Roberts Stacia Roberts William Robertson Jldrian Robles Sophi Roth Julie Rudd Steven Rudig Ruben Rue Mil 'Os' 1--oe '13 4,,,,'-fx f 11' it 5 ki, ..,,..... 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N K 4 3 f 'V i "" K T, N it -- ri: ji ' is . - K K , .15 Camera Shy Maria Aboytes Sebio Aguilar Kristin Alexander Lisa Alonzo lason Bailey Kellie Ballelos Kevin Beidervrell Timmy Benner Dina Bergthold Dominic Bianchi lason Black Paul Blair Richard Bothol Sande Brookshire Keith Burris Greg Cabrera Sylvia Carmooa Paul Carter lohn Casale Catherine Chavez Rondel Close Kevln Coltman Cassandra Conner Davrnelta Conway lames Corbin luan Cuellar Miguel Davila Rlchard Davis lohnny Dees Rosanne Delgado Ricardo Dorame Sandra Dorame Klmberley Dust Harvey Fernandez Sean Flynn Shelli Foster Thomas Fritz Michael Graieda Brian Bray Michael Gray leanria Guirrn lames Head llita Hernandez Eric Hewes Craig llolzschuh Dave Hovrard Christy Hughes Sean Hulsey Phillip Hulado Joyce lnlante Andrea lsolanto Dolores lacobs lorge luarez lason Keaster Benny Kenlson Sarah Kneeland Kenneth lavinder Alexander legra Verna loveioy Danny Lylrins Daren Lynch Hilda Madrlgal Robin Marks Patrick Martinex laura Mason Shane Masters Edwin Mathis Steven Maylield lonathan McHahh Melvin Mills lsidro Miranda Jason Moore lavier Newman lames Ornelas Matthew Parham Kalalina Park Donya Phillips Michael Quesada lulie Raygoza Kenny Robles Francisco Rocha Laura Rocha Carl Rose Albert Rowland Richard Salmeron Heather Sanborn Daniel Seymore Anna Shandra lames Shepard Marty Silvas Mike Sinor Dwayne Smith lamie Smith Greg Spivey Kenneth Stieers Charles Striclrlin Timothy Sumpter Alma Torres Andrew VanDeIlen ' Eddie Vasquez Vanessa Vasquez luan llenegas lulianna Walker Michelle Walker Ronetta Weston Arron Whala Eric William Kenny Woodlill Kerry Wright First semester iunior class ollicers: Bill Cochran, President, llm Shepard, VICO President: Gina Lepore, Secretaryflreasurerg Mike McCarthy Class Yell , saber. ob ,ye ,A ,X 53 N H il ar e 3155 ",g,'1,'," . L. .ni ' .:. er 3? Second Semester: llhe Beavh Michele Bushnell, Vice President: lulie Egri, Presidentg Kelli Varner, Secretarylireasurerg Marion Andersen, Class Sophomore Persona Shy smrrk tstrll not secure around older ll' S Backpack tan attempt to look studrousl Dnvers Ed Book thas to learn somewhere! Drme Loafers Qfor emergency calls to Mom for a ndej Sophomor ru, Elevated Harr Ccaused by bake rrde to schooll 'fi Freshly washed face tMom strll wont let me wear make upb Seduchve look tto catch those semor guys No smrle Cstrll Insecure about bracesl Wasnt this outfrt rn Seventeen s last rssue7 Srlver shoes tlatest enalle, M,,,,.--sauaw-' accessory trendy 'sim-"" it I 'L , YM. nf 51 f 1 l '- , G 3 N. . e mi ...af I ,v fx Uv 7 5 ,At J' gh A5 6' an . K , , V Jw ,, nf. ,ra- arefi . r . 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Sheri Achterberg Gina Adams Allison Akin Navld Ali Tommy Allen Lucinda Alvarez Dalena Anaya Maricruz Arzola Kevin Ashworth Dorla Attaway Sophomores Edward Ausherman Danielle Bail Pauline Baldiviez Molly Baldwin Peter Barrett Lisa Barss Melissa Base Nilrkelle Baskovich Paul Beckworlh Cherie Bell Marc Bennett Robert Berggren Marci Black Gayla Bolding Richard Borbon John Bratt Nettie Brazell Semra Brewer Shelley Brewer Michelle Brown Shelley Brown Suzanne Brown Sophomores ' 79 Sophomores Tamara Brown Jerry Bruton Lesley Bryant Matthew Bryant Dawn Bucey Lisa Bueno Richard Burtord Niels Burgess Donald Burns John Burns Kevin Burris Chris Butterfield Dwight Brumley Jett Byerlee Karie Cairns Heather Campbell llnnMarie Cappadonia Teresa Carley Stephanie Carroll Danny Carter Khrista Cattnach Joyce Christensen Jose Cisneros Kristina Clark Jason Cliffl Casey Clithero Kelly Cocagne Christopher Collins Nicole Collins Patricia Connolly Patrick Cook Shawn Cooper Teresa Corley Honorina Costa Trisha Courtis James Cowdery 80 v Sophomores sts - . - A I I aly: a t .C - . sf f if' . 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' La Sophomores loshua D'llcquisto Thomas Daglish Thomas Daly Douglas Damko Matthew Daniel Todd Danner Clay Darr lacquelyn Davis Kristina Davis Mark Davis Ronald De Fehr lulio Delgadillo Sabrina Diaz Claire Dick Bridgette Dinkel Steven Dittmer Cindy Donaldson Rachel Draeger Chris Ducey Alisa Durgarian Iohn Dye Kelli Eberlein Deborah Ellis Curtis Eng Iohn Englehright Amy Engleka Vivian Enlow lerry Ennis Danial Faria Eric Fees Tammy Fees Diego Fernandez lay Ford Sophomores 0 81 Sophomores Tracye Fox John Franco Lori Franco Terry Franco Kenny Frisbee Jonathon Froberg Megan Fulmer Christina Galloway Anthony Galvan Leticia Garcia Monica Garcia Rachel Garcia Rene Garcia Robert Garster Norman Garza Vito Giannandrea Kelley Gibhings Kyle Gilbert Pete Giotta Vanessa Girnus Aarron Glanville Priscilla Gloria Ryan Goble Stella Gomez Vincent Gomez Leopoldo Gonzalez Marc Gonzalez Samuel Graft Kevin Grant Nathan Grant Matthew Graul Brian Greaves Marcie Green Mark Greenall Katherine Grimmer Kristin Grissom Christopher Hall Terri Hardcastle Jana Harper Elaine Harrell Shane Harris Roger Hayashi 82 e Sophomores 4 -Q ,,-,.- : , -., f -U is.,- , ,Le -as sa , H-we 1 'N g ,, , ve me 'f , .ff-3 , V wifi , ,A I ,. .. 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Sophomores Melinda Hayes Ronald Heatherly Jason Hedrick Bobby Henderson Peter Hendrix April Honeycult Regina Houston Gary Howard Paul Howe Oscar Huidor Jill Hulsey Heidi Hutson Denise Icho Kimberly lvy Daren Jackson Jennifer Jackson Steve Janca Michael Jenan Jackie Johanski Julie Johanski John Johnson Julie Juarez Aaron Kasdorl Amy Kassel Donald Kelly Stephanie Kenned Susie Kerley Jason King David Kneeland Jacqueline Knight Christina Knowles Tom Knox Tobias Komar Y Sophomores 0 83 Sophomores Robin Krakow Dawn Kyker Kelly La Plante Maxine Lacy Lisa Lampman Deann Lancaster Tamara Lane David Laney Sean Larsen lulie Leach Barry Leak Darren Lee l-Chiu Lee Lisa Lee Michelle Lee Tori Lee-Thomas Stacey Lewis Amy Linn Sedelia Lizardo Matthew Lockhart Brian Lo Grasso Greg Lomeli Shanna Lopes Amber Loyd Wesley Lucas Kevin Luisi Phillip Lumen Desiree Malek James Malloy' David Manfredi Lia Markham Michelle Marquez Chad Martell 84 0 Sophomores 1,159 V 4 A ' 1' f M, ,, - a , ff , - Je ,Q ,M ie.. 3 M . -Sw' V' -fi. 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I s ,I ae' mme t 'kffiipk ,nf ce- el' 'Q ' Y E, ' N l me .--Q ...aq- ,ar th Sophomores Deanna Martin Daniel Marvin Stacey Mason Sean Massey leramie Matheney Kevin Mathis Neil Matz llndrew Maxwell Gretchen Maze Grant Mc Clung Michael Mc Curry Lisa Mc Kay Steven Mc Nealley Steven Mc Pheeters Eric Mc Quown Shawna Mc Williams Robert Meeks Melody Mendonca Doris Mendoza Patrick Meraz Kevin Messinger Stacy Middlebrooks Wendy Miguel Holly Miller Kimberly Miller Kimberly Miller Isabel Miranda Samir Mitri Earl Moore Ronald Moore left Moring David Mullen Stacy Murch Cynthia Neal Dennis Neal Victoria Nell lulie Nelson Kimberly Nelson Steve Nelson Lee Nesbitt Loraina Newhouser lason Nielsen Sophomores v 85 Sophomores Bryan Noel Susan Nunes Kristi Nutter Shelley Ochoa Kevin Olson Danny Ontiveros Rosemary Ornelas Todd Pacofsky Stephen Paine Dawn Partridge Pamela Paxton Flower Penner Lisa Pereira Tony Perez Christopher Peterson lason Phelps Thomas Phelps lanelle Pierson Steven Pitts Eric Pope Christine Porter David Price Kathy Quinn Rhonda Radish Dora Ramos Ricardo Rasner Justin Rawson Katrina Ray lames Raytield Patricia Renteria Phillip Rhodes Brenda Richardson 86 e Sophomores 1 A- fm rt' 'YQ ,K sms IWW? 3 Q1 1' r 'W r 'Q 'g X, ar 1 L4 av-mu A We 7 X K was f 0 if lv 4 . -fx 'f new , I ,, cz M 4, ,, 5, . .M i 'K , Y if ae 2, 1 L 5 ,QA M V. X 'ff fgl n if , .'.... ,, ww is fa, , Q we , s 'Q ,il H'-:Wx . .1f, 'yy f ' ' We 1' S C N my 2 4 1, ,MQ nah' 'Q Gayla Bolding, llnna Sowers and Chris Knowles show ott their sexy legs. x' I Y '10 its q , 3,1551 af rs, 16x 1767 3 L ,N N '-r W , , , f I - if ,,, P C iw- -. ' - . v?..,,:f ' xii' L. , 1" gn i-Q, A is' ' af I -if K i c . , - ' ,W if 'ff' J' Q K is 5 1- 54 ,Q-,. -or-rv" Ek J K: 'G' f f xi sws ...QQ NF .,, l - se .... iss: as . xv Q- ?'L ly N, If J Julie Johanski Q 14:15 and Tanya Vonda share their secrets at lunch i f sux Ee- ' Y. A.-M it if " 1 . ' M . N, MP K . X 'Q -H-. A , f N S If ggi' Y K Q ' .. O 'Ve 553 4 N .Q 5 , .XA .. Q 'Crate X F' W R A -Q J ij f . X i' i N5 x - xl :Neg ' : 'Q :SX as t -' so f - 1+ Ti- - . . A 5 I ii. p I :S WN 5 3 W A .C-? Sophomores David Richardson Devan Richardso Todd Richardson Amelia Ricketts D Heather Robertson Kathi Roldan Anna Rollo Daniel Romero Janet Root Joy Root Pedro Rubalcaba David Ruddy David Rugg Reney Russitano Jeremy Ryan Teresa Sachau Patricia Salazar Manuel Saldana Jose Salmeron Juan Salmeron Veronica Salsido Patrick Sanders Jessica Saucedo Annie Schnauler Wendi Schofield Gayla Scrimshire Sabrina Sebastian y Jenniler Serighttxh 7 A haw, ,Kristi 'Shephe X .:5.,,,, . . ., Andrea Sherrill X . K Q J , Ll f ' 1 X , if b V ,-'Xxx' f if Tiffany Shockley I 1 Clill Shook Jason Silva Kendra Simpson Kirk Simpson Sophomores 0 87 iv fe I Sophomores Samantha Sinclair Eric Sisk Andrea Smith Laura Smith Tricia Smith Sandra Solis Daniel Souza David Souza Jacqueline Spears Melissa Springmeyer lason Stafford Deanne Stair Rhonda Stine Garett Stoffels Lori Stotesbery Richard Summers Sheryl Teal Deanna Tellechea Sonya Tennison lavier Tercero lenniler Terrian Darcy Terry Lode Tigulo Dana Toovey James Toschi Susan Trammell Travis Tripp Cindy Trowbridge Robert Tunnell Raiesh Vallabh Brian Vanciel Beatriz Vargas Anna Velaquez Lawrence Velaquez Monique Villalohos Kim Vo 88 U Sophomores HX 'few me 'Q av kan e X X . + 3 ui- fy ,4 A Y E 1 iq xx -wee at or Q 'Nr , Q' J i .,. 5, M... 3 as X . . . K Quiz me WSI ex 1 5 - ,s t i as , :mx lx x fix K X f S Q 't 1 , 'L .Si 3. w e X .Q E ima' .,'.Kj1 . if 5. -ai ff .wx aff T. i- llll as-if , .Q l 5 '. .X . s-. asf- ev 15 v -s . ? " r U.. . M . A E . 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R, as ai 1' Q , if-4"' ,M--'fn .vm o K ' ,xx f, was N 1 tra- as U 1 42 Q 4 'EQ' Q' eo Y 'Nas 4' '14 -v--qw' Q-A34 'wa K 'Qi C my ' I J' I , 32 ew-, if 1,1 rv- fn 2 ' '4 Q s - ,.,.f . , V X .M ,...., v V ',,:ry N . i Karl Yeater Brice Yocum lean Yoo Russell Young Mirna Zepeda Sophomores Tanya Vonada Melanie Wade Stephen Wall Shannah Wallace Denise Ward Kimberly Weber Nicky Webster Deborah Welty Delphia Whisenant Jason While Lana Whitworth Robin Wicks Melissa Widener Gary Williams Christopher Wilson Kristi Wilson Phillip Wilson Steven Wilson Carrie Winslow Wendy Winslow Brian Winter Curtis Witte Ronald Woltring Chris Wray Steven Wright Christy Yarbery Sophomores e 89 I yu' Manuel Amaya Rubiana Balderama Brian Beavers Donald Burns Charles Collins Abel Cuevas Shane Dee Gabriel Diaz Ruben Gonzales Tracee Gordon Bryan Hannah Cynthia Hollingsworth Bruce Hopper Daniel Hydash Trudy Hydash 3 Junior Johnson t Tammie Johnson Jack Jones , X Jose Juarez f at A Thomas Kane Q ' 1 if I s 7 ' Z Qgisfw Mika Karr "2-fifth X. gifts T My sf fi. .. 's oft! as ,. .,,. Tlx.. ri. 'QQM F .Na xl , S 5 . fig.. . .www - - .. e-'hx 'S-so . Nw s A 90 ' Soph r M, ,nu-an Camera Shy Ron Keeling Jacquelin Marquez Yvette Marquez Lisa McKay Andrea McNitt Andre Medina Gina Moreno Rhonda Morphis Joel Munoz Richard Navarrette Julia Nix Tabatha Nothstein Susan Nunes Bryan Peck Federico Pena Kevin Presser Austin Quinton Veronica Quiroz Shane Reynolds Reynaldo Robles David Rocha Adam Rojas Libby Rowley Michael Sachau Rene Salinas Jose Salmeron Julie Scianna Karla Scott Annalyn Sowers Kimberly Speidell Rachele Standridge Reed Thatcher Erick Tilley Loren Turner Jesse Venegas Narcisso Venegas Clark Vitale Lovetta Walls Shannon Wright Anthony Zotti ' First Semester Class Officers: Danielle Bail, Vice Presidentg Sabrina Diaz, Class Yellg Mindy Hayes S st Secretary!Tres.g Debbie Welty, President. - 53, ' A ,tfwvuh , , ,, .,,,,,, 1, ..-. , Q fs Ma j 'f" 'r H lii ' ' X ' hi .S-,. I 4 'L -li' 'X Clothes stolen from older brother's closet Conly name brands will do! No books fdoesn't N . . . ,l oost p h ss 51:25:52 YES mall , Q f's ' be on his collar! K, ' E Izf,'.12:,z::::e:he erwna Esprit style! want to appear too nerdy! Skateboard fbetter than riding with Mom! 'pw -inn-LQ, Love-sick gaze fdirected toward "beautiful" senior EUY! Carries all books tlorgot her locker combination! Excess books Chas not yet adjusted to the work-load of high school! -""'Q Freshmen Darin Cross and Stephanie Sibhett Freshmen ' 91 Freshmen Socorro Aboytes Nada Abubaker Christina Ackermann 92 v Freshmen Geoffrey Adalian Eric Adame Trevor Adkins Octavio Aguirre Scott Alhaugh Mandy Alves Gabriel Analla Jennifer Analla Amy Anderson Kevin Anderson Timothy Anderson Angela Arechar Shari Asherry lohn Aseltine Brent Bagley Sarah Bardone Gina Barlogio Michael Barnes Rosalinda Barron Tanya Barton Russell Batchelor Kamie Beiderwell Abdul Beig Andrew Beld Rhonda Bennett Brian Beltencourt Blain Bibb Kerry Bissat lason Black Todd Black Dale Blackmon hs-,. M 3 MZ a 'Wadi x Heyy L fi 4 Q A Ja". 4 vu- ' wr, W: A f,,f ,. r, ,Na :T MI ' " ral' rw ,ka va ji 1. .g A Q ,K In-N Q ' ' wr ', r ' " 'A' V , 'V as 5, rf f I ' 1 V , N fr ' 1" 5 fir? - ' ,Mx A.. gb , age - 2-ii r . Sf K :D 4 Er A-f s J x 1 as if N ff 'As M! i 2 5 i N.. kk r- :aww Nl! lulie Nelson concentrates on her book. is C, , ,, 1 f , 46 , ,- r 3' V A r A H W A ' .M --fi, 'Q "Q t IE, V M1 fu A fi,-,g kr fi' 3 ,q- ' A or is E f M ,rar r si' . 3 ,rl ff' 4 f fs, r f rf A 5 3 'Q .rf e C ' 4- ,, ' .ww V qv? ,. f" he ' W aa 4' ' if , iz 'Q QW 0' L l , . Jig-i mx -- aff: I v ' - Ll., Ng .Zak K! x op Z6 i f Q ,f 5 C lf' Stiff' , -W. if -1-6 x.,.., Freshmen work hard on their lirst place float. I' 'ii v ,Q,, 5 4 , ' f""f fa :rr -4 A e Y 1 . A " , V, A " I Y f fwaig , U f Ir x A a M , V agw. , " Q - -Y Q 1 v l 'ff M ' ' ' QH2' 4 -- , VET? 1 F l 1 i F rrrr H -ormv ,H ,, " " H 'F e iii 1 s , ,,,, ...W , ,,, I , V Li V , . . i 5.1 ' , ' 'wir' 5 ir 1 , 7 ' ' ' fr '-",, if ,nw ' t a ra ,C ..,, . ..-,f ...Ill . -, P. X lb -as Y r .,. ., ,, ., LV W , an , , S .1 b I . M. A 1-v . , W fn . I t, K, i ry , lit" ,,,, , 4 yi I wif. ff Aki Z A, , Q V ' 9 i f' Q X' Lisa Bless Shanon Bogert Rebecca Boone Ondrea Bosco Gloria Bowen Nina Brazell Timothy Britt Chuck Broadwick Jamie Brooke Gerrod Brown Stephanie Brown llmber Bryan Jeffrey Buchheister Kevin Buckelew Sarah Buckner Michelle Buff Paula Burdine Kimberly Butler Scott Byerlee Larry Calderon David Caldwell Teresa Cannon Marlene Cardenas Margarita Carmona Donn Casale Garrett Casey Cecil Castillo Christina Castro Steve Caudle Edward Cervantez Freshmen Freshmen 0 93 Freshmen 94 0 Freshmen Elizabeth Chavez Katy Childers David Childres Eric Chilton Frank Chiu Alan Christenson Rhonda Cole Brian Collins Shari Cologrande Dawn Cook William Cooper Shawn Corley Camilo Corrales Christina Cortez Brian Costa Jennifer Cowger Christine Crank Nicole Cronin Darin Cross Samuel Dallman Richard Damari Shalinder Dang Rhoda Darby Joseph Davison Daniel De Foe Matt De Malignon David De Masters Judi De Mello Elizabeth Dean Martin Delgadillo Jennifer Denham Janette Derrick Griselda Diaz Erwin Dixon f 3 vw , 0 W ,, r writ 'rx We A W V ri? p-, i ,, , 8 2 i Q ly M! 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X-ff iff ggi S ' ' e ssffisigiiisi s r' V lg, Freshmen Susan Docken Theresa Dockery Douglas Duncan Michael Dunn Todd Eason Carolyn Ecker Amber Edwards Tina Elliott Jennifer Ellis Steven Ellis Brian Emerick Carolyn Ensslin Jason Ernst Jennifer Evans Sabrina Faria Stephani Farris Gene Fernandez Scott Finney Jesse Fischer Natalie Fistolera Sunshine Fleischer Elizabeth Fleming Melanie Flores Laurie Freitas Stacey Fritz Marcos Galaviz Rosanna Galindo Johnny Gallagher Shandra Gallagher Tina Gallamore Billy Gamez Shana Garber Efren Garcia Freshmen 0 95 Freshmen Dino Giannandrea Robert Giddings Justin Glasgow Kevin Glasgow lason Glaze Suzanne Glenn Ryan Glispey Jennifer Glynn Carrie Gomez Monica Gomez Cindy Goodman Rebecca Graieda Lisa Grant Matthew Griffiths llngella Guinn David Gutierrez lonathon Hailey Amber Hall Eric Hampton Christine Hanna Steven Hanson Daniel Harris Kevin Hawkins Ryan Hayton Rasha Hebesha Christine Hennemann Kristin Henniger Anthony Hernandez 96 ' Freshmen Hope Hernandez Sherri Hestily f f WM x, . ,.,, ze V 5 ff .. 42 Wm? 5 Y f 'Zan YW ,,,,' .. , V , ggitem? 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N: 4 K fx, 1 -. . , I We L, X. ,gif ,i 4 4 , Ei' f ffffl -' , ill- ., C ,af Q Y C ri , " .r We 'Nin- 5 Christopher Mano Joseph Manuele Janine Markley Evelyn Marquez Carrie Martin Jason Martin Richard Martinez Rosa Martinez Armando Mascorro Shawna Matherly Melinda Mathis Peter Matuano Rita Mc Auliffe Brodie Mc Clain Chad Mc Clelland Ryan Mc Lain Esmeralda Mendoza Grace Meraz Barney Miller Kimberly Miller Rebecca Million Melissa Mills Diana Modrak Chris Moilett Jana Moody Stefanie Moody Patricia Moore Joseph Mora Dolores Moreno Julie Morgan Dana Morris Tonya Morris Kevin Mounkes Freshmen f 99 Freshmen 100 ' Freshmen Eric Mueller Laura Nadura Jellry Negard Korrie Nelson Matt Nesbitt ludith Newkirk Stacy Newman loana Nixon Anne Noel Brent Nunes Steven Nunez Mary O'Brien Chris O'Shields Ramiro Ochoa Hollie Oldfield John Oppedyk Sherri Oppedyk Jennifer Ortiz Cecelia Osorio Oliver Otero Mario Parisi Lori Parker Calistro Parra Evangelin Parra lodi Parsley Tracy Patterson Corina Pena Christina Pereira David Perez Stacey Perry Joshua Phillips Kerry Phillips Brian Pimental Darin Poole X as ss? 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Danielle Porter lana Powell Danny Prado Casey Price Ralph Proffitt Paula Putter Virginia Quach Lisa Quick Maria Quinones Ricardo Quintana Ray Quintero Tony Quintero Melissa Rainwater Brandon Rank Stephen Rasmussen Steven Rather Celestino Rayos Allison Recendez Sean Replogle lisa Reyes Caryn Rich Tammy Ricketts Marc Riegel Neal Ringler Jordan Ritchie Regina Roach Cheyenne Rodriguez Diane Rodriguez Dyana Rodriguez loann Rodriguez Freshmen Freshmen 0 101 Freshmen Paul Rodriguez Santiago Rodriguez Jose Rojas Carlos Romo Rebecca Rose Steven Rose Frank Rue Michael Ruth Allan Sadac Yvonne Saenz Brendan Salazar Tammy Salha Jeny Salmeron Melanie Salyer Tracy Samuels Todd Sanders Jtleiandra Santamaria Denise Schock Jessica Scoggins Jennifer Scott Narcisso Sedillo Stephanie Sellers Curtis Severns Travis Seymore Jay Shaw Michael Sills Joy Simonelli Christian Smelser Devon Smith Douglas Smith James Smith Jennifer Smith Jenny Smith Scott Smith Jason Sorensen Louie Soto 102 e Freshmen s - T,, r To T ckk.. 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' 'S S S S - SNIIQ X .iff fs.. l f xiii Freshmen Kelly Spencer Sarah Spires Tracy Stafford David Standley Rena Stephens Ronald Stephens Scott Sterling Nathan Stevens Kenneth Stockbridge Michelle Story Rodney Streeper Wendi Sullivan Darrell Summers loe Sustaita Michael Suzor Brandi Swearingen Kelly Talbot Stacie Tate Tracie Tate Ryan Taylor Lisa Thomas Spencer Thomas Karen Todd Christina Torres Leticia Torres Marie Torres Ryan Troy Nhat Truong letl Turner Liz Ulloa Javier Vaca Mendy Valdez Lisa Valentine Vincent Valles Freshmen e 103 Freshmen Jeremy Van Deventer 104 0 Freshmen Marshall Varela Robin Vargas Hope Vasey Anna Vasquez Liz Vasquez Maria Venegas Jeffrey Vengley Esther Vera Marcia Villanueva Jeffrey Wagner Jason Walker David Wallis Megan Walters Brandon Weaver Jennifer Webb Julie Wells Eric Westman Jennifer Whipple Daniel White Shane Whitley Stephen Wiley Brendan Willmore Howard Wilson Kenneth Wilson Sabrina Wilson Timothy Wilson Gregory Winter Jennie Wong Barbara Woodrow Deedra Woods Candace Wray Jennifer Wright Susie York Kim Zayas Suzy Zhong iJ gg ff: 1 ri J J 4 p ' J .af J j I ' fr. 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Camera Shy Michael Franch Bernadelt Garcia David Garrison Amy Gibson Ricardo Godinez Deborah Gomez Marie Gomez Sherry Gritlis Darin Hall Karla tlall , E Ryan tiamman 4, Kevin Hashimoto Hilda Hernandez Erin Hobbs Mark Holzschuh loseph laclrson ltniannett lacobo Paul Keellng David Klindl Michal lfneeland Gordon Lanser Shanna Lopes Suzann Lopes lennifer Mangine Isaac Marquez lane Martinez lay Martinez Michael Martinez Matthew Martino Cheryl Mayhew Kimberly Mayhew tee Mc Quilliams Petra Medina Richard Meiia Mark Merchant lesse Miller Steven Myers luan Nanez laime Navarrette Michelle Nelsen Anthony Osorio Devrayne Powell Carl Pullen Timmy Queior Rriclr Quinton Eddie Ramirez Henry Renteria lohn Robison Lucia Rocha Romeo Rodriguez Javier Roias Raul Salazar Roger Sanborn Gayla Scrimshire Iamee Scrimshire Bob Sharpe Leo Shelton Stephanie Sibbett Marc Smith Patrick Solis loshua Somersett ltevin Spivey lason Starling lulie Stevenson Thad Stubblefield Sergio Torres Robert Treis Sergio Velasquez Craig Welsenborn . he A ,,atg qfki rw- ' 'B Wx. K if sth, i ,A g ,, I ' 4 fa 'ff' " W- 5 P 72 ,iii E5 e amp- Q -, ""' will ,.aolf,..f-, First Semester Class Officers: Stefanie Moody, Class Yellg Jennifer Wright, Vice Presidentg Steve Wiley, President: Mtizzy Fleming, Secretary! Treasurer. Favorite Whitney Activities 1. Graduation 2. Christmas Vacation 3. Cowhide 4. Prom 5. Homecoming 6. Sadie Hawkins 7. Christmas Dance 8. Lunch 9. Lunch Activities 10. Assemblies i . . .........i........ .... ..,., - ,.... . . .......,.....-....... ......... M.-1,. .. .,,u.. ..,,... , .... ...,........a...m.......,.,., 106 ' Activities -.- , . a ' ' M' vgN,Hd'-,......- HOW TO CUT LOOSE ON THE DANCE FLOOR Punk, Rap, and Rock music inspired the large turn-out of Pioneers that attended the various dances held at Whitney this past year. Freshmen lurked out of the shadows of the bleachers to dance for the first time at the Ice-Breaker dance. lt opened the school year and helped students shake off their summer blues. After-game dances livened up the sports season and helped Pioneers celebrate their numerous victories. Climaxing the hectic Homecoming week was the Homecoming dance. With fall came the Moonlight Harvest Dance sponsored by FBLA. The Pioneers then dazzled as they all came together for an elegant "Christ- mas Under the Stars" at the annual semi-formal Christmas Dance. Valentines Day inspired the romantic Sweetheart Dance. But soon all hopes focused on the most celebrated dances of the year, the outrageous Sadie Haw- kins followed by the Prom, the most prestigious dance of all. sl t m gnome ia. s Q 55 Q' 5 R. . Sidi! 11 ew. . ' i ig R 1' .. A K ' K N K . R X A Jia' 1- - A ' - S 4. 4. ' A - ' , R W . f ., Q X 3 i , f Q-N! Mg, .. - .M N, " .,g " ,fu y W., , My X .af 'F ' A QM, r f, bt 2 5 , ' rj' ' X gn-and-Q..- These Pioneers are all danced out. Chris Alberstein dances the night away with her Redwood boyfriend Ron Lynn. Cub scout lim Shepard shows Samantha Sinclair some new moves. Rod Shulman and Eric Thomas take interest in the same girl. Stephanie Sibbett shows Christina Torres and lennifer Denham her braces. Pat Noel shows off his moves at the "Christmas Under the Stars" dance. Chris Elledge and Stacey Mollsen "get down" at the Christmas dance. Darin Cross, Mike Wiehl, Samantha Sinclair, and Annie Schnauler pose lor the camera. Dances 0 109 '41 -.,.. 7? gg. u LE E yi. Q 'mf F' "T " ff f I n N is ' Ji 1 N xx .. . X X K Q A K X A . ,X.X ,.,X xkx. i , .. - I .F fs., A xg . x . N513 -mfg, X g ,E F X wx 'X ,mg fx X X lx N?-'Yfi' W lf 1 XS .LA. .,,A. f V agxgzfg fx 1-9 'i??5j K5 . N., N .ui .x T Nz, ,M . kai ' A EQXXPN X 'lk . K ax.: . J' RQ? 'QTQ . ' , hex sx .Ls 1, la' X - .. . -.5541 V i XX N W 1 ' .-Lk 1 A L x f- Q x 'W i i e w Q gg-XJQQ-3..,1 wk al s X b N li Q X 1' l m, . Q ,Q 2. . is-xx L 1' I ' ' ,E , . , . B ggi. t A A . ' , s Q. , gy ,,.. ' 'f fa My .Q ? x m .- iw Q 3 'fax rg , w'u .Y 1 ,- I , I , LS f ,,. ,M 1' if ,N ,Y vig QQ +R ' me f 'S 3 s 77.25 ,r ,T ,fp .,.- I K ', . .:,. ,r -kk: .ir ,gif ,,:,,,, ee. ,:.,,.,,Vl,L li 5 I 5 K: K .WhlfU?YiggilB?P1i5tFIl'?d. 1PUtSf'Fl WNY fihwfs 2 1 Qf-dedlcatlofl s T l HOW T SHOW PRIDE AND ENTHUSII-lSM "We've got it" couldn't have been a more appropriate theme for the 1986-87 cheerleaders. What they had was a lot of energy, spirit and dedication. The squad started the season off right by bringing home a superior trophy and the spirit stick from summer camp at Santa Cruz. A small change in the selection rules made the competition for the spot of a cheerleader even tougher this year. Songleader, which had always been an upper class position in previous years, was opened this past year to sophomore hopefuls. Participating in long hours of practice, massaging pulled muscles, and deliver- ing hundreds ol spirit cards were only a few of the many activities in which the members of all three squads were in- volved. The main goal that the cheer- leaders strived for was good crowd re- sponse and participation. This was ac- complished this year as the Pioneer pride was boosted once again. Cheerleaders 1 '86-'87 Pep squad gets involved and roots all teams on to victory HOW TD CHEER AND SPREAD THE SPIRIT 1. The JV and Varsity pep squads build their pyramid with excitement. 2. Debbie Lawson, Leann Kuns, and Kelly Cocagne lead cheers with enthusi- asm. 3. "Let's go to the hop!" say songleaders Shelly Avila, Diana Ochoa, Kristen Nave, and Danielle Lappegaard. 4. The JV pep squad encourages the volleyball team. 112 0 Cheerleaders -.xx . A ....... Q s..s ..-s VO Vnl- fl ' ings-lf' W PK .fb - -.-Q, . X 'f ,wi hr 1.7433 'va KW -I . 2 'fvx ,,' , - WX Nr: - ,F , M .L V. f 4. .-3 . ,w .4-4 ' , wig. 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A "17Tf.+'-' fi Q A -4"" v.,'," . M., , ,X , .i " . V , V K' l' , ygf,5ATf?,v'. aL.13,' ,fw.Z"uj:-mgw. . I 'fi , . 1 . 3 My ,. .,,:.,,g1w ww wv,4g- AWMggiQ,g w A - ,M 45 1. :Mf:xqr5Ei?f?f'.w mah 1- - a, A ' Homecoming candidates anxiously await the announcement of the queen HOW T0 REIGN AS MT. WHITNEY ROYALTY Mt. Whitney's annual Homecoming celebra- tion, held this year on September 26, was highlighted by the traditional crowning of the Homecoming queen at a special assem- bly held at the end of the school day. Senior Stacey Crumal, who was nominated by the Pep Squad, was crowned by last year's queen Tami Jones. Stacey's royal court included Lynette Bail, nominated by Cross Countryg Sandy Brazeau, nominated by Choirg Keri Dorman, nominated by AFS, and Michelle Gutsch, nominated by the Rally Q 114 Homecoming Club. Providing moral support and leading the candidates down the aisle to a possible victory were the 1986 escorts. Escorting Queen Stacey was Glenn Krancherg escort- ing Lynette was Jeff Wrightg escorting Sandy was Richard Brazzleg escorting Keri was Robert Roldan, and escorting Michelle was lim Parsley. The court again rode in style in flashy corvettes donated by individuals and Giant Chevrolet. X 4 . 9, -fwfr- l 1 K. S xx' T -. 'N Q, ,, F.. F 7' 'Ziff ll 4 'H-5 ! . r Qc. 9 W 5 2 3 4 5 6 Stacey Crumat - 1986 Homecoming Queen. Robert Roldan escorts candidate Keri Dorman out to the parking lot to drive out in the Homecoming Parade. Lynnette Bail seems to enjoy the Homecoming excitement. Sandy Brazeau takes her ride with pride. The waiting is tinally over and Stacey shrieks with excitement as she is announced Queen. Michelle Gutsch waits optimistically tor the queen announcement. Candidate Keri Dorman takes the arm other escort Robert Roldan. ' Homecoming 0 115 W . 'U' ' ' " H. ' -w Q X' 4' w v 1. s 5 A 21' ' " . . -M' -' -4- -f . 'WI . 4 I 4 . : .v - ' .. - -9 ' .' pf.-1 ' 4' 1' nr ' 'Q , . 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Freshmen lennifer Wright, Elizabeth Fleming, and Michelle Story say "ALOHA" on Hawaiian Day. French Club members David Kneeland, lohn Fisto- lera, Tricia Heath, and Lorry Lausman stand proud- ly by their float. Leann Kuns, Jennifer Brown, and lohn Fistolera display their version of a "Queen Wanna-be". 118 ' Homecoming lg' -, '51, D. - W H M 7 '- mmcwily ,. H my "" wfgr, vlv, '-- 'gru- ' mf- Q 1-3 1 - "H Y, ,5?LQ.QJ A -'a .. D - ' ' Wfff. K - -. V . UH-5 if - ' is-N 5"m"f1,...w "' Q, c 4 'K ' A 'E V gy ,yn ' 'uw . ' 1-?'2ffl's 6 Q , o I 9 'L Y ' a w:5 T,g.i 1 t J ' H -if l M Nui' 5 ' f Hr" fa, W" 'L' " ru w ,J . V- K xwxx Q W .1- 1 , 0' Q ' , , ,M W 1 W ' N , "' .K 1 -Q Q - A ' ' 9 1 N ' - if V' V ' . R Q . t - -6 Vg.. . 1 L , . ' ' ' j ' P w ' - . ' . ' s .L ,,A, Q-uf? A W - " .xg ,' ju . ' :TM -if ' , 3 "f-ma-I, Q, M , ,Z it ,Ms ' f m W -ul -V M. A, , F. 1' 5 - , -. mb f , 1 ,, .8 . 9 i 1 A 1 '5 Ulm. I kwa , , Tk., .wa 32 , , ,, 5, ,. . 1, ., Q .. 2 ' ' I ' ,sqm Ns. 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N 9 d Pt, Q tvs'--...M .xg X IM' Q Q. t 5 4' 'Yau XXL 'Q 'E si .-f 'Qt fig Nvv h lt, "1xXs..x I l s .K Nffrx! lr, I BV NR FW CRN Homecoming week sparks Pioneer thrill and excitement How TO BE QPIRITED AND GET lNvoLyEo The 1986 Homecoming Week was packed with exciting activities including various dress-up days and the ever- popular "Anything Goes Night." Twin day started the week with outfits ranging from the Budweiser twins to the Vicki Winterton twins. For noontime en- joyment, everyone watched the five queen candidates bob for apples. In spite of the unseasonal cold weather, students dressed up Hawaiian on Tues- day. Lunchtime activities featured a lap- sit contest. Wednesday was a day to get imaginative and dress up as a "Queen Wannabe" and Thursday was "picnic day" with each queen candidate prepar- ing a special picnic lunch which was then auctioned off to the highest bidder. Friday was the traditional Maroon and White day, with students working on the floats. Competition winners for the week included the seniors winning "Anything -Goes Night", and the Freshmen Class and the FHA Club winning the homecom- ing float competition. Homecoming ,1 ' N," ', ,. ewa- , 1 gg- V . v,,',,i' , '-.V . QBWQW, R E WWF! 'IK 'K uh' X X nn' Y- ju M 5. 23:53, . ,M e Nz, e if .f",,YQ"x'.. ' ' QM Q. . w I x G fir' 1 t . ' . J' ' ' 1. .- A L - M - ., , ,iz . e h 39152 121,-f , n . , 1 n 7., H - 4. 4 . ' , .,, , 1, . Q,-A ., , -. 1 e .Y-. X , 1 'f','i'T-i-fi-f .-HQ 1 ' 'fn w-" ,M ,, w- ' ,fn fwp 52-5325, ti. r 4 .w .A - L, '. . 1 ,v f . -. ,' ,A . . - L. , N, 5' . :F , 1- 141 gin-tggq: f 1 .K . M. 'rl W 'N , ng" 1 ,L ii. A 5 K ? ivy: e gf H nk '-W li , 1 , lv df 'w if' , ' M .' Q A ,Q Mx I gf Q'?,w ' J. Y W 1' ' , u 4 1. ,M Q Q: 3 ", I ., S ,.. 3'-,tg-' q'- , . ' f -.Q , - . ,gui V , 'rw Q t -v. -. Q 1' V: K JA '-'ho e ' ., .1 . 9 , N'fr?12 -4- e . .' . 'i"'.f 'f"H'3f"' Mn , Srl S, -.:. 5 ri J '. .-' Vx 1' .l.j,f' . ,K , 1. 4' X. , 19 I 5. ' ,,Q.. , , If, ., " ' ww ,,,, . MQ 15 W gm: I' Q u ,.,, .,.. ,.-,. ..,,,..,,,.. ' - 'W' , . ,, r- , V ,pf w rv' Y - ., -JFJIV 1241,-' ff +4 '. ' J 5- 'S-'ji 1 ,H - .fvmal 'V KW, , ,, -, 'lr JK w.'x'I x'Z"'i,,1'2'i.- M 5 f' , . ,T ,IH i 'gtg-f,. x fkl, .L-,L I? 51 N A 1, ' ' 1 fn:-'f.tXl"v . , ' , .E.L,Z5,t"U'.l,1 - ,1 ,. 313. 'iq -5,- 5. yr., uw 'Z 4 'V' i'f"T' Mi-1 "Em, ff Michelle Ruffner Slaughier, Mike Stacl Adams, Mali 4 4 Robles 1 Sophl Roth, Mali Sieve lanca. lennifer Carr, David Demaree, Sara Second- Mmatta, Loren Davnd ehrten, Harold Txfyrd 2 K upfmn., in 4 ..y . I' F Vw ,Q ,,., xr '32 2, xg.-55. ,'??, a!'1'4'2 Cfr 1 U-.x ' I' As qxgff Ezfs- g Y 4-E W-fr 'H I I 1' fl' A v Crumal, Garett Stoffels, .,4 EN' '1 X, - . ,L .M . .ily N A., -5 ,,. f, f:W,g'Y 1 'c,,, -'W-,,-Q . -. , , 4 we wi- Qk , ,., Q53 Phll Yo U W' A' A1 'F 1" 5, ,, 11 4,-f 'J :ff ww 4' 1 , ui ' qw Kim Nelson, Keri Sco ,9 ii ig 'f E' -ir' " .. ., V' X ' fx-f -12 "Qi" Q-..: 9-s ,A Sgr, X I QQ, .si 2 51 Q Q x -I la, wr-5" ,911 bf' I w -iJ?' 4' R E , - ' gm S Lgg.J Z' iZ9""" hutney vocal groups. haveabusy yearfull of performances andtcompetitions A s l HOW T0 SING THE BIGHT NOTES I Any musically inclined student with an urge to sing can find a place for them- selves in one of Mt. Whitney's various choral groups. Although the Pioneer Choir is the dominant vocal group on campus, Mt. Whitney also has many stu- dents involved in Womens' and Mens' Glee, Girls' Chorus, and the prestigious Vocal Ensemble. Under the direction of former Whitney student Dan Jackson, the choir had a busy year, filled with competitions and performances. Prior to the busy holiday season, the Choir participated in Vocal Festivals at Fresno Pacific College and Bakersfield College. Also, the Vocal En- semble was selected to perform with seven of the top California high schools and colleges at the Chapman College competition. During the Christmas sea- son, the vocal groups performed for lo- cal schools and service organizations. 1. Mt. Whitney's choir sings out at the Fresno Pacific Festival: 2. The Choir relaxes prior to performing their number. 3 Director Dan Jackson directs the choir at a Divisa- dero performance. 4. Choir members wait their turn and check out other performances. 5. Pianist Sara Hammand accompanies the choir at Divisadero. Choir i,i,f5','l1'w A 'll -Ji'-,gweal f in xi' 'I 'P 'i?5:3'fil ri L- -.E. is -V i, 1' Af T -"Sri, ' Q" if-favs' W, x-'V V ! ati-lisliffff' Vi, A-K lr, og , f n M - , r. c , f W .l fl K so gil . K 'Q W .V 1.9 ,efqar . Q R A .f 0 R' mx H. ' La. . K - at i xx ' ' if , ' 'C a S Q N T' s , a ,i -' lx r , wh 1 V KW, 1. M., JL 'l 553' v 'Y-' 47 ? W ' .,T,- 4 L f t - Us FRONT lacobo, Deedra Alvarez, Gina Hope Fernandez, Rosalrnda Barron, Carolyn Ecker, Elizabeth Chavez, Elvira Million, llrick Quinton, Kendra Simpson, Brandon Rank, lason Walker, Kevin Mounkes, Kevin Hashimoto, David Schofield, Chris Moffett, 124 ' Band V 'Yau A 1 ,Wa .STM QW! ew, f" X If , M .. X i f f 1- ' ,f 9 f S .T R Fl Q 'K W ' 'Q Q! CRW, if lason Newkrrk, lohn Johnson, Moran, Stacey Lewis. BACK RDW:,Shetley Travis Tripp, Greg Mala, Andrea Sherrill. . S ' r 557-9 5 QW? ,P T Christine Cortez, Dawn Kramer, Angela Arechar, Gerrod Brown, Tammy Mclam, Ryan! Hammon, Shannon Merritt, Iohn Reed, Darren Aldaco, Todd Black, Cristina Kaviani, Katy Childers, Shawna Zillges, Sid Childers, Chuck Broadwick, Bryon Urton, Geoff' Itdalianglason Starting, Darren Lee, Mike Latanne, Brian W'II' E ' Priuska Tully Lehman Bob Giddings, Brendan Salazar, Messinger, Sue Ashford, Mike Takata, Scott Messinger, Steve 1 rams, nc , , Band 0 125 The Pioneer Pride marching band plays with style and wins awards HOW T0 EXPRESS YDUR MUSICAL TALENT Preparing for performances and many competitions kept Mt. Whitney's Pioneer Pride Band quite busy for most of the 1986-87 season. Under the direction of new band instructor David Piotrowski, the 147 member band went back to traditional field shows and added extra- entertaining half-time performances to grab the crowds attention. A visual high- light this year was the colorguard, decked out in flashy new uniforms. The band started off the season by trav- eling to Magic Mountain where they per- formed in a parade and did a stand-up concert. This was followed by a busy season of Band Competitions including the sixth annual Visalia Band Review, the Selma and Merced Band Competi- tions, and the California Bowl State Championship in Clovis. Second place awards were received at the Visalia Re- view ffield and parade! and at the Sel- ma competition tfieldb. Also, solo twirl- er Lourie Dickson was awarded a second at Visalia, and drum major Nick Galvan a second at Selma. :Slit COLORGUARD: FRONT ROW: Karen Todd, Delphia Whisenant, Tracy Samuels, Dawn Oliveira, Christy Hennemann, Jackie lohanski, Deanne Buchheister, Lisa Thomas, Kathy Quinn. BACK ROW: Lode Tigulo, Griselda Delgadillo, Elvira Barron, Shelley Ochoa, Stacey Lewis, Heather Mounkes, Tamara Brown, Kim Sidebottom. 126 0 Band s .fm Xsw - l' ' It as ex- . ? , w , Y ,V A , . 'A I in .1 V L X' I 'i' , If '3-" U 4 m ,,fffM ? X 3 F Q- M.. 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Sports Editor Advertising Manager! Layout Editor ................... Reporters ........ Tammy Aguiniga, Krys Alexander, Martin Colridge, Russ Connolly, Kim Harkey, Ieff Hunt, Ed Markwardt, Nanette Nettles, Lori Sanders, Missi Flores, Kellee Irwin, Stella Cook, Carlos Lemus, Karen Kerstan. Head Photographers .... Lori Mayfield, Don Kelly, Gary Howard, Mark Rasmussen, Brian Fulmer, Syrenna Reynolds, Alex Haley. Typsetter ............... .... L inda Cossin Staff Artist ..................... Scott Mangum 7, . . . ..... Chris Alberstein Shannon Whitley .Todd Lundberg Feature Editor .... ..... L isa Van Elswyk . . .Frank Bishop Lourie Dickson Kevin Webb Rx QT.: Mt. Whitney Pioneer staff stays on top of things and reports the news H HOW TO KEEP THE SCHOOL INFORMED I I Ure!! W I Mi 54 X' X Although plagued by malfunctioning typesetting equipment that seemed to break down iust at deadline time every edition, the 1986-87 PIONEER Staff per- severed and was able to publish a qual- ity newspaper twice monthly. A big change in this year's production was a new full-size format which re- placed the traditional tabloid layout style. This change allowed the PIONEER staffers to get experience more closely resembling that they would experience on a professional newspaper. Leading the staff of 29 reporters and photographers were head editors Chris Alberstein, Kevin Webb, and Shannon Whitley. Adviser Dean Simpson selected a tri-editorship in order to allow the paper to offer more diverse ideas, and not to be a showcase for any one per- son's personality or personal viewpoints. 1. Sports Editor Frank Bishop works on a layout for a future edition of the PIONEER. 2. Editor Chris Alberstein does some typesetting. 3. Adviser Dean Simpson discusses a story idea with reporter Melissa Flores. Pioneer 129 42- What is Syrenna Reynolds taking a picture Editors Marion Andersen and Patty Kramer carefully plan a page for the yearbook. Deanne Buchheister works on the year- book even though it is Cowhide. 130 ' Yearbook Yearbook staff meets deadlines through cooperation. HOW TO PUT THE SCHOOL YEAR IN ONE BOOK After a three-year break from picture- taking and deadlines, yearbook adviser Pamela Corliss returned to guide Mt. Whitney's 1987 OAK Staff. She did not return empty-handed however, as she came back with 10 years previous ex- perience as the OAK adviser, a bundle of new ideas, and plenty of enthusiasm. The 1987 OAK editors, Marion Andersen, Alex Haley and Patty Kramer and Head Photographer Syrenna Reynolds led the staff, with a main goal being to produce an organized, more sophisticated year- book geared toward student interests. Many changes were made including the addition of more color and graphics and the deletion of the traditional Senior Personalities. These were replaced with a new feature entitled "Pacesetters". In addition to taking pictures for the yearbook, Whitney's photographers also kept busy shooting color slides to be used in the annual student government sponsored slide show. 1986- 3 1987 XWET' ffl oak staff Editors: Marion Andersen: Copy Patty Kramer: Layout Alex Haleyg Photo Head Photographer: Syrenna Reynolds Senior PhotographerfSlide Show Coordinator: Mark Rasmussen Senior Photographer: Lori Mayfield Photo Staff: Sean Ahlmeyer, Brian Fulmer, Gary Howard, Don Kelly Staff Artist: Mike Haines Business Manager: Sondra Bergen Index-Copy: Gina Lepore Section Editors: Antoinette Adame, Gayla Bolding, Jennifer Brown, Deanne Buchheister, Kim Carson, Norma Castro, Paul Galindo, Robert Lindsay, Heather Mounkes, Leecia Orton, Susan Patzer, Stacia Roberts, Stacy Spellman, Sandra Valdez, Tammy Valdez. Adviser: Pamela Corliss au -u "' , ,I ' 1 ,,, 1 A ,V X. A ,N-L., -.,.' v N I " ,H ,, ,, ' v LX. I ,wk :"5 4 ' '21 1,1 M 4 .W A., .. V. M 1 . H .W . 1 v , 1 4 ' 1 .N " J. J..- ii. Q-4-s-'--A4 SRO PLAYERS - Front row: Dana Cesena, lenniler Sundstrom, Second row Deanna Tellechea Melanie Creason Jennifer Holmes Maxine Lacy Cindy Trowbridge Iackie Ante, Kristina Davis, Melissa Mills, Sara French. Third row Russ Connolly Kristi Nutter Susan Nunes Sabrina Sebastian Fourth row Chris Elledge Lisa Hays, Stacey Mollsen, Kelly Giles, Andrew Maxwell, Wendy Heinemann Vanessa Glrnus Lourie Dickson Back row Kristine Milavich Alicia Tail Melanie Wade Nicole Collins, Amelia Ricketts. Pat Noel checks patient lenniler Holmes lor mental illness in "Louder I Can'l Hear You." Jennifer Sundslrom falls madly in love with Chris Elledge in "Who Am I This Time?" Kelly Giles and Andrew Maxwell are arguing again in "Who Am I This Time?" lames Maguill, Maxine Lacy, Russ Connolly, and lenniler Holmes having an interesting breakfast in "Louder I Can'I Hear You." Mealtime appears distressing lor Ienniler Holmes, lames Ma- guill, and Maxine Lacy. 132 0 Drama ' x auf W A R, . -g 1. V af: l ' R Eg 4 D Vp N X SRD players perform-ancgprovide students with cultural enlightenment HOW TO GET THAT STANDING OVATIDN r Mt. Whitney's Drama department be- came a driving force on campus this year, with the presentation of more than five productions and an active SRO CStanding Room Onlyb Players. Under the direction of drama teacher Sara French, the SRO Players presented three short plays in the Fall: "Louder, I Can't Hear You," "Us and Them," and "Who Am I This Time?" ln December, the beginning drama students presented "The Quiet PIace," which was directed by the advanced drama students. This was followed by "The Man Who Died and Went To Heaven" and a three-act play in the spring. Students interested in the drama field started in the beginning class where they learned such things as stage move- ments, voice control and improvisation. In the Advanced Drama Production class the students actually produced plays and explored advanced acting tech- niques including solo and group acting. Drama 133 4 we ,f fNY"'N ll.S.B. officers plan intelresting activities to spark student excitement. How T0 KEEP-THE-SCHOOT.-RUNNING A January - to January term of office, which tends to avoid the problem of "senioritis" , continued to be successful this year for Mt. Whitney's student gov- ernment offices. Elected in January of 1986, the Fall group of officers retired this past January. Holding the offices in the Fall semester were Jim Rudig, Presi- dentg Tricia Heath, Vice-President, Sta- cey Crumal, Secretary of Publicity, Chuck Maguy, Commissioner of Clubs, Rory Hays, Rally Commissioner and Sandy Brazeau, Senior Class President. A major goal of this year's group, again under the supervision of Henry Pasquini, was to boost morale of Mt. Whitney's students by holding more activities. They also introduced some new ideas such as the suggestion barrel, which allowed students a chance to express their opinions. Many successful activi- ties were also held including the popular Lip Sync Contests at lunch and a variety of fun-filled dress-up days. T 'N .1 ., N. ll ,:'a..,l""! .11 .ff v' ,I J .r""""" L- 1. Tricia Heath seems to enloy the student council meetings. 2. Wild 'n' crazy Rory Hays participates in another Dress-Up Day. 3. Jim Rudig, Tricia Heath, Rory Hays and Chuck Maguy get a few instructions from student government adviser Henry P s uini a q . 4. 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Whitney students were fortunate this year to be exposed to many different cul- tures without ever having to leave Visalia. This opportunity came in the form of ten foreign exchange students who visited Visa- lia and the Whitney campus during the 1986-87 school year. The exchange students also benefitted from the experience and all agreed that their stay in America was a great experience. "Mt. Whitney is a 'rippa' of a school and the people are all nice and easy-going," com- mented Don Young of Australia. Mt. Whit- ney's exchange students were Gitte Brandt CDenmarklg Andrea Carl Cfiermanyjg lose Gomez tSpainJg Mia Hansen tDenmarkJg lesper lensen tDenmarklg Nina Kliitzing tiiermanybg Stine Knudsen CDenmarkJg Anne Korva tFinIandJg Daria Schaefer CGer- manyj and Don Young CAustraIiaD. 1. Australian Don Young struggles to keep awake while reading an American classic. 2. Daria Schaefer concentrates on the keyboard in her typing class. 3. Andrea Carl works on an assignment in her German class. 4. lesper Jensen enioys a straw appetizer before lunch. Foreign Exchange 137 CLUB INDEX Todd Mackey and Aaron Casale hoop it up on the Rally Club float. Academic Decathlon Mt. Whitney's Academic Decathlon Club provides an opportunity for students at the A, B, and C grade averages to compete in a contest that is as exciting as any sports event. This year's team consists of: Kevin Alkema Sid Childers Edward Markwardt Mark Rasmussen Jennifer Anderson Brian Fulmer Jennifer Marvin Mike Takata Lisa Callahan Henry Li Stephen Miller Kevin Webb Salvador Campos James Maguill Pat Noel American Field Service AFS is an international organization of students interested in promoting world understanding through travel an exchange of ideas. The advisors are Elaine Short and Bonni Karlea. Brent Bagley Gitte Brandt Brad Cayo Sherrie Kuns Melissa Bagley Andrea Carl Trish Heath Stephanie Posyluzny Shawn Bagley Robert Dowds Nina Klotzing Rebecca Replogle Danielle Bail John Fistolera Stine Knudsen Jenni Seright Carol Bannister Sean Flynn Anne Korva Don Young Astronomy Club Dur goal is to get together and give everyone a chance to observe the beauty of the universe, and we photograph the celestial wonders. Jackie Ante Roger Hayashi Erin Larsen Mark Rasmussen Lynnette Bail Byung Hwang Neil Matz Danee Rolfo Alex Haley Henry Li David Price Cara Witte and also California Scholarship Federation The purpose of California Scholarship Federation is to advance the highest academic standards for the students and the school, and to give recognition for high academic achievement. Membership in CSF also often qualifies students for special college programs, honors at college entrance, and many scholarships. The club motto is "Scholarship For Service," club members try to "give back" to their community in ways that are of service to others. Advisors for CSF are Linda Yost and Danna Ka- sparian. Alberto Acosta Kevin Alkema Lucinda Alvarez Amy Anderson Jennifer Anderson Kevin Anderson Sue Ashford Carol Bannister Andrea Beacom Matt Bibbens Frank Bishop Rich Borbon Sandy Brazeau Tamara Brazeau Rich Brazzle Deanne Buchheister Lisa Callahan Salvador Campos Sid Childers Joyce Christensen Frank Chiu Wayne Coburn Kelly Cocagne Colleen Conley Dawn Cook Patrick Cook Mike Craig Melanie Creason Nicloe Cronin Mark Davis Jennifer Denham Suzy Denham Jill DePompei Christopher Ducey Alisha Durgarian Kelli Eberline Jason Ellis Jeff Ellis Amy Engleka Melanie Flores Melissa Flores Marc Fries Brian Fulmer Megan Fulmer Shana Garber Grant Goble Ryan Goble Marie Hacker Alex Haley Traci Hall Alec Harrell Kim Hawkins Paul Hayashi Roger Hayashi Mindy Hayes Maile Headrick Glenn Heath Trisha Heath Vicki Hight Betsy Hoffman Heidi Hnuk Krista Hover Gary Howard Oscar Huidor Byung Hwang Margaret lsham Crisitna Kaviani Michael Kaviani Danielle Lappegaard Erin Larsen Chiu Lee Gina Lepore Henry Li Yong-Zin Lin Gilbert Lopez Amber Loyd Billy Maguy Charles Maguy Jennifer Marvin Shawna Matherly Mike McCarthy Julie Mehrten Larry Metzger Stephen Miller Stefanie Moody Victoria Morris Stacy Murch Laura Nadura Ana Maria Natal Kimberly Nelson Scott Nelson Nanette Nettles Mui Ngo Gina Noel Mark Rasmussen James Rudig Travis Seymour Margie Shufelt Jacqueline Spears Brian Stovall Stephanie Sibbett Michael Takata Tim Thomton Andrew Tiss James Toschi Jennifer Trulli Charlie Van Deventer Kelli Varner Julie Waters Kevin Webb Janette Wiley Stephen Williams Wendy Wilson Cara Witte Jennie Wong College Awareness Club The goal of the College Awareness Club is to make each member aware of what hefshe needs to do to be suc- cessful in a college environment. Items such as admission requirements, academic requirements, and how to fill out financial aid applications are discussed. The highlight of the club is a trip to several college campuses in the spring of each year. Advisor of the club is Cheryl Waymack. Future Business Leaders The Future Business Leaders of America is a state and national vocational organization for students enrolled in business and office education. Chapter members are encouraged to participate in activities designed to facilitate intelligent career choices, develop business skills, learn the value of community responsibility and become well-rounded individuals. The advisors are Joy Naylor and Janell Brett. Alberto Acosta Nasir Ali Jennifer Anderson Matt Bibbens Lisa Callahan Heather Cox Robert Dowds Chris Ducey Debbie Ellis Kelly Giles Grant Goble Marie Hacker Traci Hall Heidi Houk Oscar Huidor Byung Hwang Ana Maria Natal Mui Ngo Jackie Spears Mike Takata Jennifer Trulli Kevin Webb Wendy Wilson Club Dalena Anaya Dana Anderman Carol Bannister Teresa Carley Robert Carmon Rhonda Chiodo Kristina Clark Kelly Cocagne Todd Canner Cindy Donaldson Rachel Draeger Barbara Flint Pamela Jacquart Patricia Jenkins Leann Kuns Sherrie Kuns Jennifer Little Holly Miller Debbie Palomino Tina Pedroza Julie Rudd French Club Francisco Saucedo Joy Simonelli Robert Smith Rosa Solis Stacey Spano Deanne Stair Dana Toovey Monique Villalobos Kelli Varner Jean Yoo The purpose of the French Club is to promote a cultural understanding and appreciation of the language. It The chief purpose of Crafts Club is to promote the arts and the fine arts on campus. This club also serves other provides an opportunity for students interested in the language to get together socially. The club also clubs and organizations on campus by printing t-shirts participates in school and community activities. and posters. The advisor is Ron Loyd. Amy Anderson Kami Cardoza Kelli Eberlein Marci Green Heidi Houk Jason Jasso Amber Loyd Chad Martell Stacey Mason Todd Pacofsky John Palomino Amy Powell Juan Rasner David Ruddy David Sanchez Lori Sanders Sabrina Sebastian David Shelton Tim Sumpter Andrew Tiss Larry Velasquez Jeff Wright French Club Members DECA Distributive Education Clubs of America is the second largest vocational club in the United States. We are a professional student organization, developing future lead- ers for marketing and management. The advisor is Steve Rogers. Navid Ali Kim Angst James Atkinson Gayla Bolding Karen Camus Shawn Cooper Tawnya Deiro John Fistolera Shelli Foster Brad Gayo Rita Hernandez Jason Jasso Mike Kotob Leann Kuns Debbie Leak Denise Ledbetter Diana Lopez Rodd Loyd Shawna McWilliams Pat Meraz Cathy Pacheco Randy Phillips Jogn Perez Robert Smith Jill Turner Loren Turner Lisa Van Gronigen Steve Vasquez Phillip Wilson Krista Womack French Club Officers Tammy A2UHi22l President - Tricia Heath Sue ASl1f0rd Vice-President - Nanette Nettles 30fldfH Bergen Secretary-Treasurer - Don Young Tammy Braleau ICC Representative - Jim Rudig Mithelle BTOWIT Publicity - Joyce lnfante Stella Cook Advisor - Mary Smith Suzy Denham Chris Ducey Julie Egri Glenda Huff Gina Lepore Mike McCarhty Katherine Padgett Stephenie Posyluzny Gina Rainwater Daria Shafer Donna Utley Kevin Webb I . .W , ' J .fi Mt. Whitney's Future Homemakers Float, won first place winner at Homecoming. Future Farmers Ol America The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. The advisors are John Sylvia and the agricultural staff. Gina Adams Allison Akin Darren Aldaco Gabriel Analla Jennifer Analla Kimberly Angst Dorla Attaway Kellie Balleios Lisa Barss Marc Bennett Sandra Bennett Diane Betrue Brian Bettencourt Mark Bettencourt Jason Black Marcie Black Nettei Brazell Nina Brazell Shelley Brewer Chuck Broadwick Jamie Brooke Chad Brown Michelle Brown Susan Brown Lesley Bryant Paula Burdine Kevin Burris Shannon Caine Larry Calderon Khrista Cattnach Jean-Paul Chabrouillaud Jose Chica Mike Clevenger Kevin Coffman Shawn Corley Sherri Corley Kevin Correa Patrick Correa Chris Cortez James Cowdery Jamie Creech Bryan Criswell Chad Culbertson Lori Drysdale Yvonne Duran Judy Ellis David Farir Gene Fernandez Anthony Flores Michelle Ford Mike French Shandra Gallagher Tina Gallamore Staci Gallian Tim Gear Tina Gear Michelle Gutsch Lisa Hamilton Dusty Hitt Erin Hobbs Vicki Holik Krystal Jensen John Kasdorf Kristina Kelly Eddie Kotob Karen Krakow Zivanka Krstic Zivka Krstic Michelle Lee Amy Linn Kevin Luisi Danny Lykins Grant McCIung Jerry Main Richard Malcolm Wayne Malcolm Chad Martell Michael Martinez Kevin Mathis Andre Medina Frank Medina Matalie Mekeel Sam Mendoza Shannon Merritt Grant Moody Frank Munoz Joel Munoz John Munoz Brandy Nelson Monnee Nicholson Scott Nobles Loretta 0'Bosky Dawn Oliveira Cathy Pacheco Jamie Peck Missy Pereira Stephanie Pereira Wendy Price Mike Quesada Celina Quintert Justin Rawson Jeff Ray Henry Renteria Bill Robertson John Ryan Robison Kellie Ann Ryan Brendan Salazar Manuel Saldana Danny Seymore Travis Seymore Robert Shaw Cliff Shook Devon Smith Doug Smith Dwayne Smith Jenny Smith Marc Smith Scott Smith Tricia Smith Mike Spires lr. Greg Spivey Jason Starling Rena Stephens Thad Stubblefield Tim Sumpter Scott Surratt Michael Suzor Alicia Tait Robert Thayer Erick Tilley Jeff Turner Mendy Valdez Ana Vasquez Tracy Vasquez Pam Vinyard Dustin Vodak Julianna Walker Michelle Walker Melissa Welty Robin Wicks Howard Wilson Sabrina Wilson Steve Wilson Barbie Woodrow Tammy Woodrow Ginger Woods Steve Wright Kelly Ziemann Anthony Zotti Mr. Al-Askari watches Ryan Johnson and Jason Glaze enioy themselves at a Chess Club Future Homemakers Of America Developing an interest in home economics, home economics careers and related occupations is the purpose of Future Homemakers oi America. The advisors are Brenda Burke and Penny Morrelli. Antoinette Adame Amanda Anaya Ondrea Bosco Kami Cardoza Cathy Chavez Cassandra Conner Jenny Cowger Rosanne Delgado Terena Eaton Andrea Escalante Cheryl Gagnos Rachel Garcia Tracy Garcia Priscilla Gloria Teresa Gomez Tracee Gordon Wendy Heinemann Christy Hernandez Gina Houston Angela Kumalac Sarah MacDonald Evelyn Marquez Yvette Marquez Jane Martinez Melinda Mathis Kimberly Miller Anamarie Natal Susan Neal Kenise Ontiveros Corina Pena Dora Pena Lori Sanders Stacey Tate Karen Todd Donna Utley Lisa Van Elswyk Liz Vega Key Club Kiwanis Educated Youth is a service oriented club directed toward the community and school. lt is sponsored by the West Visalia Kiwanis Club. Some of the clubs accomplishments have been the fall sports program, the Green Acres Builders Club, and various other projects for the community. The advisor is Roger Holmes. Sid Childers Martin Coolridge Mike Haines Jennifer Marvin Mike Morin John Nadura Flower Penner John Reed Keywanettes Keywanettes is a service organization, primarily involved with the Special Olympics. It is associated with both Kiwanis and Key Club, and participates in some of their activities and volunteer work. The advisor is Lynda Bradley. Carol Bannister Andrea Beacom Maile Headrick Tricia Heath Rasha Hebesha Heidi Houk Margaret lsham Amber Loyd Wendy Wilson Math Team Cltlb ll1dEX The purpose of the Math Team is to provide a place for students to compete rn an academic area Alberto Acosta Kevin Alkema Matt Brbbens Nils Burgess Sid Childers Frank Chiu Patrick Cook Mark Davrs Chrrs Ducet left Ellis Megan Fulmer Grant Goble Alec Harrell Krm Hawkins Roger Hayashi Paul I-layashr Byung Hwang Henry Ll Yong Zen Lm Amber Loyd lenmfer Marvin Steve Mrller Katalma Park Davrd Price Eric Pnuska Mark Rasmussen Margie Shufelt Mike Takata Andrew Trss Steve Wrllrams Medical Careers Club The Medical Careers Club acquarnts future students of the medical profes srons with those currently participating rn varrous areas of medrcrne It also informs its members about schools offering career goals or mayors rn varrous fields of medicine The advrsor rs Wilma Williams Salvador Campos I Chiu Lee Tom Daghsh Anamarra Natal Robert Dowds Paul Ngo Greg Fleming Andrew Trss Byung Hwang Press Club The purpose of the Press Club IS to allow students to explore careers rn the field of lournalrsm while gaming hands on experience wrrtrng and editing for PIONEER and OAK Pioneer advrsor Dean Simpson and OAK advrsor Pamela Corlrss are co sponsors of the club FFA member Greg Spivey grooms hrs pug for the Farr Racquet Club The purpose of Raquet Club rs to raise money for the tennis team and to encourage year round tennis playing The advrsor rs Peg lohnson Geoff Adalran lulre Anderson Semra Brewer Sandy Brazeau Claire Dick Stacy Easley Kellr Eherlern Marianna Evans Brian Greaves Mane Hacker racr Hall Maile Headrrck Margaret Isham Matt Jones lason Moore Victoria Morris Yukr Sata Dana Schaefer lohn Warren Wendy Wilson Antoinette Adame Tammy Agurnrga Sean Ahlmeyer Chrrs Alberstern Kristin Alexander Manon Andersen Sondra Bergen Frank Brshop Gayla Boldrng lennrfer Brown Deanne Buchherster Krm Carson Norma Castro Martin Colrrdge Russ Connolly Stella Cook Lrnda Cossln Loune Dickson Missy Flores Brian Fulmer Paul Galrndo Mike Haines Alex Haley Krm Harkey Gary Howard leff Hunt Kellee Irwrn Don Kelly Karen Kerstan Patty Kramer Carlos Lemus Gina Lepore Rob Lindsay Todd Lundberg Scott Mangum Lori Mayfield Ed Markwardt Heather Mounkes Nanette Nettles Leecla Orton Susan Patzer Mark Rasmussen Syrenna Reynolds Stacia Roberts Lon Sanders Stacy Spellman Sandra Valdez Tammy Valdez 'Isa VanElswyk Kevrn Webb Shannon Whitley Rally Club The Rally Club rs established to encourage school sprrrt among the students of Mt Whitney High There rs no formal membershrp lrst as the club rs open to all students The advrsor rs lanell Brett The club is organized by members of the Pep Squad SRO Players The purpose of the SRO players rs to promote theatrical performing arts on the Mt Whitney campus by engaging drama students rn direct production of a variety of plays The advrsor rs Sara French lackre Ante Krm Arnold Dana Cesena Nicole Collins Russ Connolly Melanre Creason Knstr Davrs Lourre Dickson Doug Duncan Chrrs Elledge Kelly Giles Vanessa Grrnus Elrzabeth Hays Wendy Heinemann lennrter Holmes Sherrie Kuns Maxrne Lacy Sean Larsen Carlos Lemus lames Magurll Andrew Maxwell Krrstr Mrlavrch Melrssa Mrlls Stacy Mollsen Patrick Noel Siouxsie Nunes Krrstl Nutter Amelia Rlckettes Lon Sanders lennrfer Sundstrom Alicia Tart Deanna Tellechea Cindy Trowbridge Melanre Wade publications. The membership of the club is composed of the staffs of the - - T - D - . VISALIA HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Redwood-Whitney students combine to form the Visalia High School Orchestra How TO PLAY IT WITH STYLE AND culss Under the direction of music teacher David Piotrowski, the Visalia High School Orchestra pulled off another fantastic musical year. Consisting of students from both Mt. Whitney and Redwood, the orchestra performed at conventions, concerts, malls, convalescent homes and competitions, where they received an unendless amount of compliments. One of their first performances of the year was at the Harvest Hoedown, where elementary, junior high and high school students alike participated. In I- 'l '. 4 December, they held a Christmas pro- gram at the L.l. Williams Theater and a small performance at the Visalia Mall. In Spring, the group was involved in the CMEA Festival in March, followed by the Spring Concert. Assisting Mr. Piotrowski were bass coach Mr. Scaffidi and former Whitney student Tim Winey. Heather Sorensen, a Redwood senior was President of the Orchestra, and Mt. Whitney senior Heidi Houk was Vice-President. 4 ,. f we ag? 'ze Tr LN ef. ,. 2 M V F, 2. A .. f l ww . Hg l a E-t 5 'F P533 QE a D I 1- catdqgq-,g,..,lrwtd'2u Sorensen, Wendi Schofield, Christy Henneman, Heather Sorensen, Marie Hacker, Cassandra Griswold Heidi Houk Sarah Buckner, Christina Webb, Laura Roberts, Nicolle Chamberlain. Second Row- Randy Pagenkopf, Frank Chiu, Yong Lin, Danny White, Anike Ruth, Aaron Nee Richard Walther Anna Johnson, Doris Mendoza, Dora Ramos, lill Ellis, Ambra Kimble. Thhd Row- Mike Vehrs, Barry Leak, Todd Pacofsky, Mr. Tim Winey, Andy Beld, Chrrstelle Augereau Melissa Mills Mr Pete Scaffide, lill Vlothe, Kimberly Carson, Mr. David Piotrowski. Back Row- Diana Modrak, Anna Rios, Marla Castillo, Kimberly Zayas, Wendi Nelson Lori Parker Tonya Morris Not ptctured- Patricia Crabtree, Colleen Danner, Elizabeth Ruiz, Eric Adame, Terry Kidwell, Robin Marks, Tino Rayos, Allison Recendez. V 5 !tZZ BAND: tFront Rowj- John Reed, Brian Stovall. tSecond Rowj- Jason Kukas, Gilbert Lopez, Larry Metzger, Rebecca Million, Gilbert opez, Mark Davis, Richard Borbon, Ruben Rue. tThird Rowl- Margie Shufelt, Grant Goble, Mr. Dyne, Aaron Nee, Mr. Piotrowski, Sean Flynn, im Harkey. tFourth Rowj- Sid Childers, Nick Galvan, Ron Beam, Kevin Mounkes, Vicky Hight, Colleen Kelly. tBack Rowj- Micheal Morin, A. 'vu-A wh... ' Takata, Tully Leiman, Chris Hogstad, Tim Lalanne, Kevin Hashimoto. or l""' Margie Shufelt practices her guitar for lazz Band. Wendi Schofield, "Where are we? I'm lost!" Sid Childers, Kevin Mounkes, Ron Beam, Steven Williams, and Nick Galvan blow with all their might. 143 Orchestra members Daniel White and Nicolle Chamberlain concentrate on their music. Mt. Whitneychorz-H groups perl-orm for a variety of audiences. HDTN T6 HIT THE HIGH NOTES ENSEMBLE: iFront Rowj - Kelly Ryan, Grant Moody, Michelle Ford, Adrian Robles, Tricia Heath, Phillip Young, Heather Cox, Sara Hamman. fSecond Rowj - Dan lackson, Mah Graul, Sophi Roth, Walter Anderson, Alisa lacobsma, Smitty Smith, Julie Mehrten. fBack Rowj - Glenn Heath, Leanna Nettles, Steven King, Keri Dorman, Don Smith, Sandr Brazeau, lames Maguill. NOT PICTURED - Scott Nelson, Stacey Mollsen. .WWE ' GlRL'S CHORUS: CFront Rowl - Liz Vasquez, Erinn lllbright, Marlene Cardenas, lennifer Ellis, Mary 0'Brien, Sara Hamman. iSecond Rowl - Dan lackson, Darcy Terry, Lin. Valentine, Dolores Moreno, Stacie Tate, Esther Vera, Lisa Bless. CBack Rowl - Ondrea Bosco, Shari Asberry, Teresa Sachau, Gloria Bowen, Amy Baca, Karen Todd, N0 144 ' Choral PICTURED - Paula Burdine, Kim Butler, Shannon Caine, Rhonda Cole, Lori Drysdale, Michelle Main, Rosanna Galindo, ludy Lara, lodi Parsley, David Andres lStudei Directorl. G'- 3 ll aa' i fit af s -4 , tn- v , , H. l , 'Q H, A 'QQ Nunes, Sara Hamman. tSecond Row! - David Andres, Mui Ngo, Clilt Shook, left Davis, Daniel DeFoe, loey Mora, lohn Franco, Dan lackson. tBack Rowl - Ryan Robison, Sha I1 MEN'S CHORUS: tFront Rowb - Gary Williams, Wayne lernagan, Louie Soto, David Mantredi, Kevin Swartzlander, Garrett Casey, Matt Graul, Todd Black, Travis Seymore, Brent w o Jones, David DeMasters, Mike Wall, David Shepherd, Walter Anderson, Greg Fleming. NOT PICTURED - Bill Cooksey, Mike Davis, Brian Emerick, Patrick Martinez, Ramiro Och Kevin Presser, Todd Richardson, Marshall Varela. "E4"'!WA is ,Y 4' ?" s CQ 1'7" Ang .Qtr W Ax vie... " 'M .po . ..,,h "2 WOMEN'S GLEE: iFront Row! - Dan lackson, Bridgette Dinkel, Tammy Brown, Shari Cologrande, Amelia Ricketts, Lia Markham, Sara Hamman. tSecond Rowj - Stacy Middlebrooks, Tanya Vonada, Pam Paxton, Karie Cairns, Rhonda Radish, Danielle Bail, Teresa Carley. Uhird Rowl - Shelley Brewer, Tina Minatta, Sabrina Wilson, Stephanie Sellers, Teresa Corley, Rachel Draeger. tBack Rowj - Bully Dean, Brenda Richardson, Cherie Bell, Gina Biancamano, lulie lohanski, lackie Ante, Reney Russitano. NOT PICTURED - April Honeycutt, lackie lohanski, loana Nixon, Becky Rose, Rena Stephens, Michelle Walker, Kim Weber, Mirna Zepeda. Choral 3. ' 145 "n. 'Q Y. fs 1 ' 4. 4 '., 5 if ,., , ' . - f ' 5 f 4fv""b , ,W :'y 1 f , t . ,uma-'M lp ,VP Q f 9 5.1 N V, ,di ,H V' Kwik, , Ps W 5 0 A fif 'Wm 4, . Q, -14 ' 'Q 1 1-P 1' v A A3 f gnu, 5 f. 1 . 4 1 3 'f L 5 Q WL, .. A W, . 1 . Jvalhft, 1.5, V -.gm 'M' E ' ak 1, L E 5 SQ , H9 P an 1 I X if . 7 E W, 2 Yay Y. Q1 Z4 I 'gf ' 5 ' 3 f' V Q K , K4 a " A I .tin qv? 4' 40 hm Q f i 4,2 9" xg I HOW T0 GET EXCITED BEFDRE THE BIG GAME Pioneer spirit, as demonstrated at Whit- ney's pep assemblies, proved to be sky high again this year. Many a Friday morning the Pioneers could be found rockin and rollin in the gymnasium, in anticipation of an exciting athletic event fand probably the impending weekend.J Rally Commissioner Rory Hays, who was behind most of this wild and crazy be- havior, could readily be identified by her flashy green hightop tennies. Rory's "good luck" green shoes became a tra- dition after she wore them when she ran for office last year and won. Probably the most popular assembly was the one on 50's day. Pioneers showed up decked out in pony-tails, slicked back hair, poddle-skirts, and white t-shirts tucked into stiff levis. The Pioneer spirit soared that Friday as stu- dents enioyed living in the past. Another assembly was highlighted by the ap- pearance of a group of bikini-clad bath- ing beauties including Frank Bishop and Steve Williams. Cheerleaders 1 New ASB officers will guide the school through '87 HOW T0 CAMPAIGN T0 BE A LEADER Mt. Whitney s political battle fired up in early December when the time came to elect a new student government group. Hopeful candidates gave their speeches at the Election Assembly on Friday, De- cember 12. Two offices, President and Club Commissioner only had one candi- date, but the other offices were up for grabs with as many as five candidates running. After a tense weekend of wait- ing, the newly elected slate of officers were announced at the traditional Win- ners Assembly on Monday morning, De- cember 15. The assembly featured a "Snow White" theme starring outgoing ASB President lim Rudig as the lovely Snow White. Announced as the new officers were John Fistolera, Pres, Janette Wiley, Vice Pres, Maile Headrick, Sec. of Financeg Staci Break, Sec. of Records, Andrea Beacom, Sec. of Publicityg Glenn Heath, Comm. of Clubs: and Rob Lindsay, Comm. of Rallies. 148 ASB Elections Q ' l l it i Q 2 Ei l my .aff . I , ai, ,gf , 'Z l '13 If N 5f"Qg3 R I, hi if 1,1 "2,frfrfff?,,, fi f rw M I X 12 4 J' W K 'S Nw 31 , iw .E in . 3- xiii' 1 . 150 0 Snnris M... .. . x d- K.- s ' N. 1. mn s sos ,Qimf w Football Padding QTo pose tough dude! How To Be ll Honda for lim McMahon a 0 C impersonation Mt. Whitney High School: an institution dedicated to its athletes. A place where sports reigns second only to academic ex- cellence. The ability of the tall sports teams set high standards for the rest of the year. The excitement was obvious at the Pep Assemblies, which brought students closer to their athletic teams. Friday nights were reserved for Football games. Week- nights were times for Volleyball, Waterpolo games, and Cross Country meets. Every team showed its enthusiasm and pride by striving to be the best. You too can learn to be one ofthese proud Pioneers by following the examples of these Fall champions. H 0 Peafly-White winning smile 2 donuts for mid-morning practice nutrition . .....-l.-- extra suit fit gets rough out therej :lull-ll outer wear ftrademarks around schooll souvenir from winning season working traditional before-practice drink 152 0 Fall Sports Cross Country ii. Sly grins Cstill on runner's high from last practiceb 5? 4 QR 5 ,Q My ,f 'V-as 1 .4 , 1 Stopwatch tfor getting those mile splitsb tights thides the sun-shy Iegsj Skinny Legs tdead f give-a-way of a cross-country runnerj Bag with extra shoes CDepends on what mood her feet are inj 'F n i f I -l . Tough tackler Sam Mendoza Water-logged Chuck Maguy Harried harriers Darryl lewell and Julie Mehrten Super-setter Leanna Nettles Volleyball Short hair tto avoid distraction during games! Bump Set Over the net attitude Smile reflects that ' . ' ' X nv- --V 1 1 f l , ff 1 s it j 5 fi l l by l Q l ui S 1 4 ft as , as 5 I spit , l 4 l t Knees bent Cready to take the big divej is Knee pads fdouble sa as ankle-warmers! , . y f5Q I Worn tennies tresult of rough court actionj 4 Fall Sports 0 153 .K x Q S h 11 17. . Q-en 1 f 4' k fry' ,....,,.ft up i 9- S uw-'-P' mam , ,. X ,, , 3gQ,gi,-A 5 5,-. .f - .- if ,va-. ..- Q . - --f'-."d ' rw xi.. WA gs .1 . A N M "" K """" A gk 'f NSA ' I .Q Q Q s-nlnsi A-gg, . 'SIS is f At? X uv -N 'Q 'G , 5 1 - .30- 1 ' QI' X w , x ' . 1 "Sf, if 4. L . au. ' A' an 1TXL f ,, L Q gg L . . K7 154 - Va 'fy Foofba X vw. r liken '-- if mu , X" l 9" ,F i 1 kms lay, . 'G 'M 924. K9 el, C H2530 lit 'JIS . lx 4 ei ,MRA -. .. ARB 1 Q34 -- J 'N' We "ew l rs. .. wt. -1- .N ,, my . rv Zi 4 an j A XV A kg? -at Front Row: Jason Hedrick, Bob Garster, Brad Pendergast, Jamie Peck, Mike Sinor, Marty Silvas, Jason Lovero, Tom Daly. Second Row: Vito Giannandrea, Jim Rudig, David Shelton, Larry Metzger, Brian Beavers, John Perez, Brian Stevenson, Dwight Brumley. Third Row: David Mullen, Coach Ed Huston, Coach Ross Bailey, Coach Mike Vogt, Coach Charlie Casale, Coach Skip Pendergast, Coach Frank Calmese, Coach Joe Lane, Marc Gonzalez. Fourth Row: Kevin Hightower, Robert Tunnell, Rich Nilmeier, Kevin Covert, Leland Tilley, Todd Johnson, Craig Kearney, John Palomino. Fifth Row: Mike Sachau, Rodney Bennett, Jonathon Froberg, Chris Bruton, Jay Ford, Lee Nesbitt, Joe Ochoa. Back Row: Shane Gallagher, Scott Nelson, Kevin Mcltuliff, Sam Mendoza, Grant Moody, Kevin Ashworth, Joel Glick. .wha-fs-a.ng,Qg,p 1 4 Q... 1. Senior Jim Rudig pours on the speed. 2. Tom Daly watches Scott Nelson to see how it's done. 3. Pioneer offense pushes through to gain yardage. 4. Brad Pendergast clamps the ball. 5. Running back Sam Mendoza sprints past Porterville. 6. Junior Scott Nelson scrambles his way out. F varsity Football - 155 X 4 J in Q S X , N I , -M Q x V N-u..,,gn1""' 2 I. in 192 s ax . N J P .ss 1-if K G' 'Y -. W YM .,,f f 'P 4' 5 ,ai x IN .I ts xi s .5 . 0. J x .!, . Q K , ki 25? . ,lf I' :J 1 s ii if -g,, NW, 'Ffa 'QW 11:55. ' wig ' , ,. 1 ,.....aQ 'Ny V- 6 S. .. .lf 5, -----....., Q - r, gr -3' zz:- N S1372 f l 5' , -if ',, . 5,5-A, W JV Football team ends season with a 4 6 record I HOW T0 GAIN VALUI-lBLE EXPERIENCE The JV Football team ended the 1986 Football season with a 4-6 season re- cord and 1-4 league record. Leading the offense were runningback Randy Flores, averaging 84 yards a game, wide receiver Anthony Hernan- dez, with the most touchdowns in the season, and quarterback Danny Carter, who averaged 215 yards passing per game. Leading the defense were lineman Nor- man Garza, corner Benny Kenison, and linebacker Phillip Hurtado, who had the most tackles for the season. A total of 53 members made up the team, including 19 juniors and 34 sopho- mores. Head coach Gig Stephens handed out two awards to the outstanding foot- ball players ofthe year. The two awards were given to Mike McCurry, most valu- able offensive player and Phillip Hur- tado, most valuable defensive player. Coaching the team were Head Coach Gig Stephens and assistants Ken Hill, lohn Huckabay, and Dennis Irwin. I A G. mat K my 4,415 . + . ,,.,, .ff MMQV , Gm if 'AJ V ., 0 Wg, an M , A I N M Zac- M... an .ww-W 'ZFZ ... .M g, K N U ...,,, mp., "..'i : X MWQN AWWQ. 'P' so W Q 1 X -MN F' 4 at .,,,,, 5. . r ' M f f 7 . ,,i.i,x6,, E R 4: Xi a. - fb Pt Q N- . Y "' ,L 4, I ' W. . 14...-.. Ads? 'fs-f --ff af- anful-NNW e.........,,,....,.., .Mg K. sv 1:-s ' K ,w Qs JV FOOTBALL- Front Row: John Casale, Eric Thomas, Chris Wilson, Bryan Peck, Rene Salinas, Darren Jlldaco, Jerry Ennis, Vincent Gomez. Second Row: Danny Carter, Russell Young, Jason Stafford, Roman Munoz, David Laney, Jesse Venegas, Joe Torres, Mike McCurry, Devin Stout. Third Row: Danny Bueno, Robert Osterbauer, David Kneeland, Phillip Rhodes, Todd Parker, John Burns, Daren Jackson, Phillip Hurtado, Wesley Lucas, Clay Darr. Fourth Row: Juan Venegas, Anthony Hernandez, Danny Hydash, Robert Shaw, Jason Nielsen, Robert Meeks, Richard Pena, Adrian Robles, Ken Stieers. Filth Row: Cory Kuykendall, Erick Tilley, Norman Garza, Andre Medina, Bryan Noel, George Rayfield, Sean Flynn, Nick Pritchett, David Miller, Sande Brookshire. Back Row: Coach Stevens, Coach Irwin, Rod Shulman, Jerry Bruton, Randy Flores, Matt Bryant, Steve Wright, Coach Huckabay, Coach Hill M S pwawr.'a.aa.-" --S ---F ' '74 - Lii ,r,,.,..,, ,, 1 'S' Mobi' J l 15 bbiw 1 'V f A ,,,.t.m. 5 .bww-,W , ,N f' X' - ' 3 1. Quarterback Danny Carter calls out the next play. 2. Bryan Noel starts off the game with a high kickoff. 3. Phillip Hurtado has no trouble tackling his opponents alone. ll. Danny Carter drops back a few yards to throw his pass. 5. Clay Darr carries the ball for more yardage. 6. David Miller shows his enthusiasm toward the game. sf r -i-v-.su-une'-. -4 Q--M-we--svn s.s,ip.c...g..,, , 1' s ,firm .,. J.V. Football 0 159 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL- Front Row: leff Heyman, Todd Eason, Howard Wilson, Chris Hogstad, Aaron Culbertson, Chris Moffett, Thad Stubblefield, Shannon Konishi, Kevin Mounkes. Second Row: Nick Luisi, lay Shaw, Roger Sanborn, Brian Costa, Romeo Rodriguez, lose Rojas, Chris Mano, luan Nanez, lon Halley, Ramsey Ochoa. Third Row: Steve Nunez, Brian Bettencourt, Alan Christenson, Kevin Hawkins, lavier Rojas, Brodie McClain, Steve Wiley, Eric Hampton, lay Smith, Jason Sorensen, Jeff Vengley. Fourth Row: Scott Byerlee, Doug Smith, Tim Wilson, Blain Bibb, lason Black, Brendan Salazar, Sergio Torres, Kevin Buckelew, Carlos Carmona, lavier Vaca. Fifth Row: Steve lbbs, David Perez, Steve Caudle, Darius Bynum, Coach Vaughn, Coach Garster, Coach Tilley, Steve Ellis, Shawn lones, Ryan Troy, Scott Bruton. Back Row: Aaron Bennetts, David Gutierrez, Mark Merchant, Mike Davis, Aaron Mannon, Trevor Adkins, Ryan Taylor, Jason Kukas, David Standley, Matt Nesbitt. ee ae., L . ,,,, . - 'vt f so V' V ii Nair? t 2 is 2 , g J ' K 3 4 ,, 'ple ' ..-sv S . H 4 ,, . LT...-Wa we 1. Steve Wiley helps teammate Kevin Buckelew tackle an opponent. 2. Howard Wilson hustles for more yardage. 'W 3. Tim Wilson asks the coaches, "Which play next?" ...M 4. Darius Bynum carries the ball upfield. 5. Center Ramsey Ochoa prepares to hike the ball. 6. Shannon Konishi and Kevin Buckelew make a Blazer sandwich. be eiitfgnfw 5 160 0 Freshman Football ti x .....r. 4 -Q. ,Qs+y0 .A Q We M W 1 e aww. at-.1iv", A v " 'K .. . eww -K S i .. ,N A ik -is - S Freshman football players capture city championship title 4 I HOW T0 PLAY LIKE THE BIG BOYS lt was almost a dream season for Mt. Whitney's Freshman Football team as they finished the year with an 8-0-1 season record. But the highlight of the year was winning the league champion- ship title against cross-town rival Red- wood. Standouts on the team were Brodie McClain with 806 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns, Darius Bynum with 19 re- ceptions, and Ryan Troy with 36 pass completions for 753 yards. Team cap- tains were Tim Wilson, Nick Luisi, Ram- sey Ochoa and Steve Wiley. Each of the coaches presented an award at the end of the season. Steve Caudle received the offensive line award while Kevin Buckelew received the award for defensive backs. The interior award was presented to Thad Stubblefield and Howard Wilson was awarded the backs honor. Ryan Troy was presented with the Quarterback-Receiver award. Offen- sive and Defensive MVP awards were given this year to Brodie McClain-of- fense, and Tim Wilson-defense. Head coach for the team was Dan Garster. Freshman Football 161 r N , ' A Poloists take first in League and place third in Valley ' 'H6W-TC-BE -ll-IVlT. WHITNEY A 1986 proved to be a big year for the Pioneer poloists. After a year dry spell, and a season of many ups and downs, the team emerged victorious and won the league title. The Varsity defeated their old rivals Redwood twice during the league season in extremely close, overtime games. On the other side of town, Golden West, in their first winning season, escaped to Pioneer attempts to defeat them. The Trailblazers and Pio- neers were tied for first place going into the league tournament, but Mt. Whitney captured the league title after again beating Redwood in a close game, and then coming from behind to eliminate Golden West. The team then progressed to the valley finals where they placed third, after conquering Clovis and Ex- eter, but losing a heartbreaker to Clovis West. The varsity team was coached by water- polo veteran Maury Stevens and assis- tant Robin Sullivan. Senior Chuck Maguy was named as the All-American and sen- ior Eric Nelson was honored as team captain. VARSITY WATERPOLO: Front Row- Dan Marvin, Bill Maguy. Second Row- Donavan Harris, Mike Wiehl, Rob Lindsay, Eric Nelson Chuck Maguy, Steve Williams, lason Varner. Third Row- Kent Kubik, Vernon Merriott, Frank Bishop, Nathan lde, Marc Gibson Brian Cross, lohn Fistolera, Greg Barrett. -.4 , V., 'Q-ef., ff .f ,M 'X I g 'Vw r f as 5' .',, ' FRY, Qiffff' X f , if X' We H A K ' " W A, ,afar In , Lift? nd? r r r W s V T QQ! , . - Wwe. N 'NIWS1 S . swvmil 4' mwigkm 6. Q s 'vxiesag-gi?FifQL ., . 'X as e se X' 40 Q 4 I .on A A , Q--,Wu--.. . m,,.,.wNsN3Yee.,. 'Y ew K ' ' 'R flfggi ,--- . Fi, K' K' X 'Iii iw ' 'Vw R A ' ...li Eric Nelson goes for the save Rob Lindsay alms lor the winning goal . Brian Cross guards his man. 3, fe. I , K. Q , - Wixugm nz. '.,. V000 4. Steve Williams puls one in under pressure. 5. Chuck Maguy oul-moves a Redwood goalie. 6. Bill Maguy prolecls the ball. .. Waterpolo 0 163 sqy' WI' ,nt 9, rv - an AN.. s, tg 'aff' Ky, an Y"'w es X 2 49, " we si" ,- Usual k it-""k te. X . K. ,X .lager-K , x K K. ri. ,-, 1 -A 164 0 Waterpolo '...muDl 'nam .s ' 1"ffbv ' fAw-.:"Z?'lm.,f eMjeiswt,e-sf:'fifffi-ififif "- 6 ee 1-... fi O g W. AA -gf,-1' . , H ,M fiqy . A 3, mx .-at k 272 QMS" - 1 T 's' Fei.-,4-s fi , . ,fe'rv fe ' 3 7QfC W gow iifw vs en we V -es-QQ? mn xt , A sms M -1.3,-,t,,Ast,tfx e ' sa: :1s"g,e.+s-:Merrie ' 'fvfj K Iam... ., ,. , - V esxmrftg f,,,y'+s wil ell' Don Kelly shoots with determination. Steve Dittmer looks tor a score. Donavan Harris passes to a teammate. Steve Hanson takes a break. Frank Bishop passes over his defender. Brandon Weaver stops a score. sstsfffs 3 -all ff , , Emvww swsww .s Jw' sayin-?iA.N Lf-5 cf 353' " ei-.Tvafp ...gf W-if Lwa... . ,N .'n9'1t"5':s?slA xxx l ..-- -,QL n s W at ' f 1 M -- ghxfgf 4,-Lx., -' , -L. 32 ,QR no--v 65, , ' g . - E , b ggfgg Q-ig JV WATERPOLO: Front Row- Brian Lundy, Darin Cross, Toby Komar, Nathan Stevens. Second Row- Charlie Van Deventer, Coach .ff 1- 'ia --3.3.1 4: ws- --ig9""F'? . .jg -' Maury Stevens, Brian Houts, Steve Hanson, Don Kelly, Todd Packofsky, Peter Hendrix, Brandon Weaver, Josh D'llcquisto, Paul . U 4- s 'fvf' 'T fs" ' - 4-' Beckworth, lohn lohnson, Steve Dittmer. Back Row- Phil Wilson, Brian Hannah, Matt De Malignon. f Hf'f"'t'al1"Qfg'il Ygaqdg-:'t ' 1 Mew' mf :X , . . f . .. '. 1-N V QW A ,- Mt Whitney Junior Varsity ends season second in league Howmm- vounnnn ABOVE when Mt. Whitney's junior varsity water polo team followed the lead of the varsity poloists in 1986 with a strong season and many outstanding individual perfor- mances. The Pioneers fielded a large and ex- tremely competitive junior varsity team, including several returning starters and some promising new freshmen. This years team worked together well and had little opposition from opposing teams. The squad placed second in the Visalia Tournament after losing a close game to Redwood in the final minutes of the fourth quarter. Strong improvement could be seen in the team throughout the course of the season, and they finished with a 12-3 record and a second place in league. Their only losses came at the hands of cross-town rival Redwood. Leading the way in individual performances were standouts Pat Meraz and Toby Komar and team captain Steve Hanson. Waterpolo ' 165 Varsity Volleyball shows their stuff throughout the season HOW TO USE YOUR SKILLS ON THE COURT The 1986 Fall season proved to be a disappointing one for the Mt. Whitney varsity volleyball team, as they finished with an overall record of six wins and ten losses. years team, however, as the squad will only lose three seniors to graduation. Four sophomores and four juniors round- ed out the team this year. The team was led by senior All-American Leanna Net- tles. Awards were also given to sopho- ST' Coach Donna Bronzan was not totally disappointed, however, as the strong support from the student body boosted the teams' morale. "Volleyball is getting to be a more popular sport," comment- ed Bronzan. The future does look bright for next ll J' fi? '11 more Debbie Welty CMost Valuable Of- fenselg junior Tammy Vogt and senior Karen Camus tMost Valuable Defensebg and senior Michelle Gutsch tMost lnspi- rationalh. Another award given was to sophomore Marcie Green as "Rookie" of the Year. O U 166 Volleyball Varsrty Volleyball Front Row - Deann Lancaster, Tammy Vogt, Mona Fries, Deborah Welty, Marcie Green, Coach Donna Bronzan Back Row - Stacey Mendonca, Elaine Harrell, Leanna Nettles, Michelle Gutsch, Karen Camus, .ii Q 4 i V5 V,,, MQ ? Wk qi Q? --0.-...,.aw. angel eu Mona Fries strains to get the ball over. Michelle Gutsch tries to smash some face. Tammy Vogt pushes the ball to the outside corner. The varsity team goes into ready position. Karen Camus tries to cover Tammy Vogt as she goes for the spike. Karen Camus takes action. Volleyball 0 167 , 4245 1. Wendi Sullivan goes up for a successful spike. 2. Staci Adams does a 1-2-3 spike approach. 3. Laurie Nadura tries to get around the block. 4. Kimberly Nelson tights to get the ball over. 5. Lisa Cullum reaches to contact the ball. 6. Lizzie Fleming goes for a middle spike. 168 0 Volleyball 1 MW, . is fi' I 'f-S I. V. Volleyball: Front Row - Coach Mark Bonar, Carrie Marlin, Kristin Nelson, lulie Waters, llmber Loyd, Gretchen Maze. Back Row - Pamela Paxton, Melissa Bagley, Staci Break, Lisa Cullum, Staci Adams, Kimberly Nelson, Lisa Byrne. N Frosh-Soph Volleyball: Front Row - lean Yoo, Laurie Nadura, Annie Noel, lenny Wong, Deloras Moreno. Second Row - Wendi Sullivan, Desiree Zotti, Gloria Bowen, Becky Million, Grace Meraz, Coach Kathy Mahan. Back Row Colleen Kelly, Heather Newkirk, Lizzie Fleming, Kelli Eberlein, Holly Oldfield. Ella-L . , 1 , . , ' 4 , M M -I ,.,,na,. 1 ' f ' - .V - Y 5 f ,' f ff . I f ,. ,,,,,, , ,. if ,W ---My---M-W , 0-W +- I T it 1 pw.. eye, e,,. ,+A ,,,, WW, Q . , 1 rf f , ? -z, -f f l r Q I! 4' s 5 ii il ...T t t T , Y z A 'i',ff,,. ' 1 -4 4- -A ceii ff- - T ' 5 ., . 'F-fb, 9 ..... . ,9 V 4 A . Young JV and .FroshSoph teams work hard and improve skills A a L l HOW T0 GET Tl-lNGLED IN -T-HE NET- I Whitney's lunior Varsity spikers ended the season with an overall record of 10- 8 and a league record of 3-7. Although Coach Mark Bonar was a little disap- pointed that the team did not do better in league, he did hold hope for the future due to the positive turnout of girls with good athletic ability. The JV team was led by top hitter Kristin Nelson, junior. Leading the setting for the team were junior Staci Adams and sophomore Kim Nelson. Junior Lisa Byrne was the top server for the team and also led the defensive play. Mt. Whitney's Frosh-Soph Volleyball squad was coached by newcomer Kathy Carroll-Mahan. The team ended the sea- son with a 6 win-10 loss record. Like Coach Bonar, Ms. Carroll-Mahan holds hope for a strong future, based on the potential of the players. Team standouts for this season were freshmen Heather Newkirk, Holly Oldfield and Wendi Sulli- van and sophomore lean Yoo. Volleyball 169 Varsity Boys Cross Country finishes second in WYL HOW TO SET THE WINNING PIONEER PACE Whitney's varsity boys' cross-country team had a fine season this year, finish- ing with a 5-1 record in dual meets for a second place finish in the West Yosem- ite League. The team also finished sec- ond in the Central Area meet and went on to take fifth place in Valley competi- tion. Top finishers for Whitney at the Valley meet were Senior Darryl lewell, who placed seventh and Senior Ken Carlson who finished in the 20th spot. lewell then advanced to the Northern California championships where he fin- ished 40th on the three mile cross-coun- try course. Co-captains of this years team were lewell and junior Bill Cochran. lewell was named as the All-American for Cross Country. Other awards were given to Ken Carlson, Most Valuable Runner: Diego Fernandez, Most Improved Run- ner, and Thomas lungwith, Special Coaches Award. Both the junior varsity and the freshmen runners finished first in the WYL. V sae J -2 in l f -,.. 4. .- - f' is ' .N ' fs .N ll... I iv f. M' shi s. ! ,jen l A Q ,S 3 5 , .. -. , , . I , . - es- ,. -' ' " lbw .1 -. -' ' 4 ..:'5'5' 5, W, 4 , v. . ,sr 4 f ,. -,-. . .f 4: ,-,ite Q tml' 170 Cross Country as an Sisfss. 'is vi .Am BOYS CROSS COUNTRY-Front Row: leffrey Davis, loseph Manuele, Ralph Martinez, Michael Martinez, Dameon Malek, lesse Fischer, Scott Sterling, Todd Sanders. Second Row: Edward Markwardt, Glenn Pitman, Alec Harrell, Michael Craig, Coach Doug Rudolph, Pedro Rubalcaba, lason Ellis, Aaron Casale, Tully Lehman. Back Row: Charles Shannon, Thomas lungwirth, Diego Fernandez, Manuel Maldonado, Martin Delgadillo, Ken Carlson, William Cochran, Darryl lewell, Jeffrey Ellis. in in ' w. g ,,,- eeet .f .ef . .ff sv N-Q-.F lason Ellis concentrates on winning. Martin Delgadillo begins to slide past a Sanger opponent. Bill Cochran, followed by Ken Carlson, prepares to sprint the last length ot the race. Doing a little solo running is Jeffrey Davis. One of Whitney's pride - Darryl lewell. One small step for man, one big step for Tulley Lehman. Leading the pack - Ken Carlson. Cross Country ' 171 1 ... Wi 542 A. 1 331 M A Hz. so N Pm GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY-Front Row: Kimberly Hawkins, Danielle Bail, Rosa Solis, Norma Castro, Sharon Kramer, Stella Gomez. Second Row: Brandi Zotti, Kathryn Roldan, Lynnelte Bail, lulie Mehrten, Dora Ramos, Patricia Salazar, Cynthia Holloway, Back Row: Alisa Durgarian, lennifer Wright, Jennifer Ellis, Coach lim McDonnell, Delphia Whisenant, Rena Stephens, Anne Korva. Girls CrossCountry finishes third in valley and first in WYL C HOW T0 PUSH FOR TH T EXTRA MILE 4 A first place trophy in the West Yosem- ite League was earned by Whitney's girls' Cross Country team. The team then went on to take first place in the Central Area and third place in Valley competition. Top finishers al: the Valley meet were sophomore Kathy Roldan f14thJ, immediately followed by junior lulie Mehrten f15thj. Due to their third place finish in Valley, the team then qualified for the Northern California Cross Country Championships where they finished as follows: Roldan, 415 Mehrten, 645 Danielle Bail, 785 Shar- on Kramer, 925 Rosa Solis, 995 Patricia Salazar, 1005 and Cynthia Holloway, 104. Awards for the season were presented to Kathy Roldan, All-American5 lulie Mehrten, Most Valuable Runner5 fresh- man Sharon Kramer and sophomore Pa- tricia Salazar, Most Inspirational Run- ners. The special coaches awards were given to sophomore Danielle Bail, junior Cynthia Holloway, and junior Rosa Solis. Cross Country 1 HOW TO BE II WINTER WARRIOR Winter sports take place in a variety of climates. lf you're a summer person, preferring boiling temperatures and sweat, the gym is the place for you. For the winter in you, a soccer game is the place to be. On those cold, winter nights, the gym is packed with basketball and wrestling fans. All those bodies and action create a climate suitable for shorts and sandals. On the other hand, layers of heavy sweaters, sweats, and mittens are the only appropriate clothing for the soccer sidelines. Through the fog and mud, players run around in almost nothing, totally oblivious to the frigid temperature. In the stands, however, parents and girl- friends shiver and turn blue. You too want to be a winter sportsman? These winter warriors are worthy of imitation. WRESTLING run Of be killed look --""" Knee Pads Cfor the four-on-the-floor if positionj Iron-pumping cleavage .-- Leotard Qshows off that 'buffed' bod! .3 JK 'I , I Stuffed animal fGood 4 J I luck charm for I c confidence! Q S I - I. I 4 -I SOCCER stylish out on the fieldb Ez' Wi nter coat tgrown for frosty nightsl Mud-stained cuffs fthe sign ol a tough playerj game tnaughty, naughtyllj Cleats tonly the will do to dig in dirtb Doubled conceal shin guardsj 'lt--1' Red card from last BASKETBALL Hair that defies gravity ladds heightj I Evil eye lto scare off A it p her opponentsj A- B 5 1 6 Swatch fto get to practice on limet ltr Two balls lla the double-dribhlej Unlied high-tops CRun D.M.C. fanj - ' if, fl 'y N s...-ff' - -, 3 . Wrestling buff Lee Nesbitt . Soccer star Brian Stovall 3. Double dribbler Marcie Green 4. Basketball brute Grant Goble 1 2 BASKETBALL F s , tb Q 1 f rm y B' H5 V I 9 A Q a t 5 Poised lor the perfect shot tor missj Short shorts lgrabs the audiences altentionl x .L xt Ace Bandage Qworn for both physical and . " ilu VjT'E,4 aesthetic reasonsb Q , I tl?-5 fi. Mismatched socks .V 5 fobviously late lo . . practiceJ " - f ':,. 'K ' Sweatsurt its keep ,. warm on the benchj X ' K , X ,,, 5 ' A 5, .4 ,W fa Q ' K , 2 t ba ', N55 VTE 4 ,. re Wintew ports! 175 Boys Basketball Team Makes A Comeback ln Second Round Of League l HOW T0 BE MIGHTY-PIONEER I-LOOPSTER I At the end of a disappointing first round of league action, Pioneer coach Bill Kuy- kendall was heard to say that his varsity hoopsters would rebound and have a "good second round of league play." His team proved him correct as they pre- ceeded to win three of the last five games and also to come very close to a victory in the season finale against Red- wood. The Pioneers ended the season in a fifth place final standing in league, with an 8- 14 season record and a 3-7 league re- . ,, 'ff 4WW,,,,f A , 1 ,.a..-nv -, rfylfgjrytmngirgv-AVF , P . -- "" A I , " U ",' P ' B3Sketb3tft ,V ygi 2 ,,,, , A ,. , . cord. Returning to the 1986-87 team were starters senior Tim Thomton and junior Leland Tilley and also senior Kevin Break, senior Grant Goble and junior Adam Peck. Highlights of the season included the Pioneers first place finish in the Delano Exchange Club Invitational Tournament. The Pioneers also participated in the Watsonville Invitational where they took fourth place. Coach Kuykendall was as- sisted this season by lower-level coaches Karl Kildow and John Huckabay. L ' ' wc. 'mf J., ,K X alla 1 J if C" V- 9 . H - f . Q' ... N11 ag? .. Q . ',. VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM- Front Row: lustin Moseley fball boyl, Brad Pendergast, Shaun Bagley, Scott Nelson, Leland Tilley, Kevin Break, larred Moseley fball boyl. Back Row: Coach Bill Kuykendall, Adam Peck, Grant Goble, Shane Gallagher, Tim Thomton, Mike Mueller, Steve King, Mike Takata. tender. W3 points. pass. vga "' is 1. Senior Shane Gallagher maneuvers his way around a de- 2. Leland Tilley drives down the court to score two. 3. Junior Adam Peck drives aggressively down the court. ' - ffl- 4. Shane Gallagher throws a high pass. 5. Grant Goble looks to pass the ball to a teammate. 6. All American Tim Thomton shoots another successful two 7. Mike Mueller has to get on his knees to complete this Varsity Basketball 0 177 3 ig: Q E Y 3, 4 i F , ' W V. "'f"t?f. -'25 1 s ,AV m I 1. Scott Nelson jumps for the rebound. 2. The Hanford defense pressures Grant Goble 3. The iumpball goes to Shane Gallagher. 4. Tim Thomton shoots for two. 5. Scott Nelson looks for a teammate. 6. Pioneers on the fast break. 7. Leland Tilley finds an open Scott Nelson. 178 0 Varsity Basketball S 1' f in 5. A F D T, I 1 -as -an ,M . - we it '-2 'f' L, , WW 'WWW ---.1 HOW TO DRIVE TO THE HOOP IIND GO FOR TWO Tim Thomton named All-American for varsity boys basketball :J M v i -ep .5 .. -ff---4 According to Coach Bill Kuykendall, one of the highlights of the 1986-87 basket- ball season was the opportunity he had to "work with such an outstanding group of young men." Leading the Pioneers this year was sen- ior Tim Thomton, who was both the team's leading scorer and rebounder. Thomton was also named to the all- tourney team at the Delano Invitational tournament and also at the Watsonville tournament. Coach Kuykendall cited ju- nior Scott Nelson as the best outside defender. Nelson was also named as the Most Valuable Player at the Delano Invi- tational. lunior Leland Tilley led the team in assists, with more than 100. Captains for the 1986-87 varsity squad were seniors Grant Goble and Tim Thom- ton. At the end of the season, Thomton was honored as the All-American Blan- ket winner, while Scott Nelson was giv- en the "Team Player" award and senior Kevin Break was named as the Most Inspirational Player. Varsity Basketball VIUNEEQ. How T0 Zoiivs TO THE-HOOP Awojoo Fon Two Whitney's iunior varsity boys basketball team, under the direction of Coach Karl Kildow, finished the season with a 15-6 season record and a 6-4 league record, to take a third place finish in the WYL. High- lights of the JV season included capturing a first place trophy in the Porterville lunior Varsity Tourney, and a league victory over first place Lemoore. The team also boasted the most wins by a junior varsity team since 1981-82, and also the most points scored and highest per-game average in the last five years. The team was led by sophomore Kevin Ashworth, who was the leading scorer and rebounder and was also named MVP at the Porterville tourney. Team captains were returning players junior Adrian Robles and sophomore Pete Giotta. Awards at the end of the season went to Ashworth and Giotta Co- MVPJQ Richard Borbon and Darius Bynum CCo-Most Improved Playersjg and Adrian Robles CCoaches Awardb. Coach lohn Huckabay's Frosh team ended with a 3-7 league record. The team was led by Steve Ellis, lason Kukas and Ryan Troy. Troy was named MVP and Ryan Taylor was named Most Improved. V 1V BOYS BASKETBALL- Front Row: David Schofield, lason Hedrick, Ryan Goble, Malt Daniel, Greg Lomeli, Chris Ducey, Adrian Robles. Back Row: Darius Bynum, Kenny Frisbee, Mark Davis, Pele Giotta, Kevin Ashworth, Richard Borbon, Coach Karl Kildow, if 'X'Mp. .11 Ll I -T.. T f V ' n v 180 ' Boys Basketball 23' - 55 xii 4 M x ,, K w iff: ii tl Q3 1 1 ! 3 Q f . k 1 N ag 'fa' 5 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL-Front Row: Kristin Nelson, Marcy Blanco, Elaine Harrell, Krmberly Nelson Back Row Shonette Bynum Carrie Martin, Mona Fries, Deborah Welty, Deann Lancaster, Marcie Green, Coach Skip Pendergast Ni X ,g..., ' , .. . , S. .,,.,,. -V, r -A , , .yy 1 lr 9' 1. Deltnn Lancaster attempts to get the ball to team- mate Shonette Bynum. 2. Marcie Green passes one out of the reach ol the other team. 3. Shonette Bynum is on the rebound. 4. Elaine Harrell gets cornered. 5. Shonette Bynum pertects her blocking. 6. Elaine Harrell and Deborah Welty race down the court. 7. Marcie Green manuevers around her opponent. 182 v Varsity Basketball 5. Y 'O .5-'P' A w:fNl'sfx g Qi -- x I -SQ iff el .X X A S if 1-' ,Al v 1. A 'F 2? 9' 'K Sv? 2 0 ' J A 4 Q ' ., ,ggyf I qx cds a is x 5?i,mQ af .M Nia 3 :rs vkvxgmw .f"' NM., ..--"""rw Returning l.V. players lead strong def HOW T0 PASS, PIVOT, AND SHOOT A small core of four players returned to lead the 1986-87 Girls lunior Varsity Basketball team. Semra Brewer, Sabrina Diaz, Kelli Eberlein, and Megan Fulmer were back on the team for a second year. The squad ended the season in fifth place in the West Yosemite League with a 2-8 league record. The season record was 6-13. According to junior varsity coach Kathy Carroll-Mahan, the team played great x 1?-ff" .. Q' Ni 184 Girls Basketball defense all year long, but had trouble on the offensive end getting points on the board. Coach Carroll-Mahan singled out Megan Fulmer as the most consistent and hard-working player. Team captains were Sabrina Diaz, Kelli Eberlein, and Annie Noel. Awards were presented at the end of the season to two of the team's players. These included Desiree Zotti, who was named the Most Improved Player and Megan Fulmer, who was named the Most Valuable Player. girls team .Air GIRLS N BASKETBALL- Front Row: Pam Paxton, Annie Noel, Gloria Bowen, Grace Meraz, Laurie Nadura, Semra Brewer. Back Row: Coach Carroll-Mahan, Megan Fulmer, Sabrina Diaz, Desiree Zotti, Wendi Sullivan, Kelli Eberlein, Dawn Bucey, Hollie Oldfield, Elizabeth Fleming. M' -ww-n-ng , Mm. ,- . Megan Fulmer blocks a pass. Kimberly Nelson goes lor another Whitney score. Deann Lancaster stretches to get the ball. Gloria Bowen breaks to pass the ball. Grace Meraz goes for the basket. Sabrina Diaz tries to lind someone to pass to. Grace Meraz concentrates on passing the ball to her teammate. Girls Basketball 0 185 as -T5 GL 4 ,., - ,S ,UI 'F4?"r r'i"fcsWm 1K ..x 1. All an 1 QU' llll VARSITY SOCCER: Front Row- Harold Smith, Matt Bibbens, llnh Le, Jose Chica, Mike Lane, Mike McCarthy, Randy Hoover, Brian Partridge, David Shelton Back Row Chris Jennings, Jason Thompson, Brian Stovall, Jose Gomez, Jim Shepard, David Peden, Donnie Smith, Phil Kasdort, Todd Johnson, Jim Rudig, Coach Pipe 1. Varsity soccer members David Shelton, Tarrig Saddig and Brian Partridge work as a winning team. 2. Jason Thompson looks for a clear shot. 3. Phil Kasdort steals the ball from his opponent. 4. Jim Shepard and Brian Partridge work together to keep the ball. 5. Does Phil Kasdort dare to pass a Blazer? 6. Jose Gomez uses his fancy foot-work to gain control of the ball. 7. Brian Partridge and Jim Shepard strive for another goal. 8. Brian Stovall uses his head to maneuver the ball. 186 0 Soccer -1, W , W E3 5 3 s ..,, x P ' gm .e ff . J -I ' ' i" 5 ,,', Q R77 1' 1 vflj '.,r. L ,.,, H K ..., ' x J 1 -. . -. 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Leading the team in scoring were David Shelton and Brian Stovall, who each had 14 goals for the season. Captains for the team were Phil Kasdorf and Mike Lane. Team awards went to Harold Smith, Coaches Award, lim Rudig, Most Valuable Player, Jason Thompson, Most Improved Player, and Brian Stovall, Most Inspirational Player. Senior lim Ru- dig was picked as League MVP, while Phil Kasdorf, Mike Lane and Brian Sto- vall were named to the All-League first team, Brian Partridge was named to the second team and David Peden, David Shelton, Don Smith, and Jason Thompson were honorable mentions. Soccer ' 187 l.V. Soccer finishes second in league with an 8-2 record. l HOW T0 DEf-ENQ THE PIONEER TERRITORY I A group of seven returning players helped lead Mt. Whitney's junior varsity soccer team to a second place finish in the West Yosemite League. Returning players included sophomores Ed Ausher- man, Peter Barrett, Aaron Kasdorf, Sean Larsen, Sean Massey, Pat Meraz, and Ricardo Rasner. The team finished the season with a 15-5 season record and an 8-2 league record. Offensive standouts included Ed Ausher- man, Pat Meraz, Sean Massey, Ron Woltring, and freshman Ryan McLain. Defensive leaders were Peter Barrett, Sean Larsen, Eric Lovenburg, and lay Shaw. Team captains were Barrett and Ausherman. Receiving awards at the end of the season were Peter Barrett, Most Valuable Defense, Ron Woltring, Most Valuable Offense, and Eric Lovenburg, Coach's Award. "The 1986-87 team was a very intelligent and sophisticated group of soccer players. Each player worked hard to improve his physical skills and understanding of the sport. The team exemplified Pioneer Pride in representing the school both on and off the field," commented coach Dave Kline. 3""W' 1 T Tk 3' -r e. 1-sa.. M-.,.wq-,... 1 ,-V,-8 imgwa , ,nw 'M ff RY' " ' 1 1 'f" Mm 'VW f'.','hf.'-f ' - if f1,,,'ff,m ,.x,-wg , ..,,r,ps,. ,, ,, JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER Front Row Enc Lovenberg, Jay Shaw, Jason Martin, Brian Pimental, Ron Stephens, Spencer thomas, Jerome Longoria, Ryan McLain. Back Row: Ricardo Rasner Sean Larsen Peter Barrett Patrick Meraz, Ron Woltring, Sean Massey, Brice Yocum, Aaron Kasdorf, Eddie Ausherman, Brandon Rank, Coach Dave Kline. Madam , Leif dd . 3 W Jimi M! ,-iv: n 'git , mem ,L 5.5. . LW! sw.. , W A., Lf jg, -s . QQ X, 9,395 Naam do we 'iw 2. '59 Varsity kicker Brian Stovall takes a tree penalty shot. Jim Shepard hurries to beat an opponent to the ball. David Peden and Jim Shepard rush up the field lor a pass. Peter Barrett uses his head to get the ball to his teammates. Ryan McLain takes a shot that can't miss. Sean Massey bounds into action to stop the ball from getting by. Coach Kline watches as Ron McLain passes up to Jerome Longoria. Soccer ' 189 I HOW T0 BE A MT. WHITNEY GRAPPLER Although Whitney's 1986-87 Varsity grapplers only finished in fourth place in the league standings, Coach Ray Her- nandez felt very positive about the fact that the team had gained valuable ex- perience that will make them a better team in the 1987-88 wrestling season. The team ended the season with a 1-4 league record and a 9-11 season record. Highlights of the season included a sec- ond place finish in the Golden West Ro- tational and a 4-4 win-loss record in the tough South Yosemite League Rotational at Arvin. The team finished in fourth place at the WYL finals. Individual stan- douts included Lee Nesbitt, who took first in the WYL, fourth in the divisionals, and was the only Pioneer to advance to the Valley tournament. Other team lead- ers who placed at the WYL finals were Marc Bennett, third, Sal Campos, third, lose Cisneros, third, Paul Gomez, sec- ond, Kevin Hightower, fourth, and lohn Palomino, fourth. Player awards included Sal Campos, All American, Lee Nesbitt MVP, Paul Gomez, Most Inspirational, and Kevin Hightower, Coach's Award. Wrestling HOW TO PUT YOUR OPPOHIEHTaSlH ll HEAD LOCK According to junior varsity wrestling coach loe Lane, the 1986-87 IV wres- tling squad would have made a good run for the first place spot in league, if they had not been plagued with numerous injuries at the end of the season. He noted that the IV squad was a young, hard-working group that was willing to learn and practice hard. The grapplers ended in fourth place in the West Yosemite League standings with a 4-3-1 overall record and a 2-2-1 league record. Individual standouts on the team includ- ed freshman Travis Seymore, who took first at the league meet, freshman Mar- tin Delgadillo, who also was the IV league champ, and freshman Nick Luisi who placed third at the league meet. Freshman David Gutierrez, who had ear- ly season success including first place finishes at both the Monache and Tulare Western freestyle tournaments, was un- fortunately injured prior to the league tournament. ...nv yi iw: GA 4-4- BASKETBALL BSSQ soccen 3 at t- wnssruuo ,s PEP RALLY 6 viii 1 V , Q Ms, ,Q . 'ti 'J ' 1 ga? fr, ,V '- re :vw uw 'i'2.-'gilt ' - jg, JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING- Front Row: Travis Seymore, Martin Delgadillo, Octavio Aguirre, Bryan Peck, Narci Sedillo, Chuck Howard, Victor Barrios. Row 2: Coach Hernandez, Doug Smith, Nick Luisi, Stephen Paine, Jason Cliltt, Anthony Hernandez, Mike French, Coach Lane. Back Row: Manager Eric Hampton, David Gutierrez, Donald Pacheco, David Rugg, Eddie Martinez. 1. Paul Gomez is proud to he number one. 2. Nick Luisi stretches the arm to the limit. 3. Bryan Peck keeps his opponent down with ease. 4. Lee Nesbitt concentrates on a win. 5. lose Cisneros keeps his opponent down. 6. David Gutierrez shows the winning look, while he headlocks his opponent. e....... . c.... . . Miha MVQMMQ V Mm, , M . Q18 . ess jiiibai' Q eikf !.e: ":-fax .,-. ,-- g T rwl- -' ' ' 1 ' I - , . TA How To Be ll Spring Superstar Spring time at Mt. Whitney is a signal to all that school is almost over. The warm sunshine attracts all kinds of athletes. The swimmers and divers can't wait to jump into the cool pool, tennis players head for the courts, Whitney golfers hit the green and the track and baseball teams run around on the lush tdryil grass. Everyone seems to want to be involved in spring sports. These prime examples of spring athletes can show you how to be the best. 1. Stud Swimmers- Dena Stevens and Frank Bishop 2. Hole in One Golfer- Mike Kuiper 3. Super Sluggers- Debbie Burlord and Steve Flores 4. Tennis Aces- lon Warren and Jennifer Brown 5. Daring Divers- Mike Wall and Syrenna Reynolds 6. Dynamic Duo- Robert and Kathy Roldan Swrmmrn g Goggles tkeeps the red outl he fa w X if- Lf? Mildewed towel shawdown its ownj n-blockj Ha t c rry own bag tWhitney ca t llord caddiesl Golf Sweaty towel tMom needs Tide to get the dirt outl ,eg Q. ts we Good luck visor tone of many col- lected from prestige goll coursesl Official goll clothes tpreppy at- Club booties ta present lrom Grannyj Spare ball upply tfor hazard shotsj 4 . I? . .f 4, .N h N K- x 3 f w . K ,b e . xi ,i b N: ' I ' ' ' -:':-""'5i':xe":3"': Wi '-' -sew ' X- - Y2QSx5l'J55sse-gt :Q e. Sens Baseball potle ' on t last lo gb Uniform number thelps Hr md I Q d player of correct batting orderj f f Finest polyester uniforms thelpg , maintain that rough-tough smelll, Alert looks tready to steal home! f ' X Q K eas r lf eionon ' KI l tto eta t t a lcebox flor whai1rrnunr:hiestllt"et?. X lil Sloppy figldj ' long meets5 14. 1 .Jinx A Sliding those ...M H tprotect legs l rs slidesj X Tennis f its -I Wrist bands palms! Thermos those hot spring days! Protective shades Cfor scoping out next mixed-doubles partner! Concentrating on phrase 140-love! J her lavorite Demonstration ol superior dexter- ity . . v V of Short skirt Qkeeps the hoys look- ing twice! . -.x - X . Q 12' -if , Injured knee ffrom last diving save! :ii X r 1 f X X 'swif- t S K if "QV .xi f Extra balls tlor home-run lohs! D. e Sore back lrom last llop fshould have used t-shirts! Good luck hat lalso handy to keep sun out ol eyes! K Q ,Q . rt: A Q 'L ' f .s R i , 'A 3. E . i L 5 x K - X se tdisplays poise! Q A 5 K .S X Q V Quiz, ffl in 2 E X Sammy flor thos y-ofls! g Ba Q heal shin splints! .Q 5 ii: , ea' ' -'X 1. W, j . . yy t yfdvf fn k - : : .t ,. erdaskk .,,, N' 'J 9 Q- .ew -: gl, s si X iw: xt? are ii . X , ,. 'Silt ti' W - ,. Odor-eaters ta neccessity if you want to keep your lriends! Stop-watch ito see how last your opponents really are! Perlected runners stretch Ccan't have light muscles during race! ' " Q A v Extra shoes lor each all work differently! Us cool in-be 195 Whitney's swim team has an Exciting and winning season HOW T0 SPLISH-SPLASH WITH THE BEST Q .,i N Wm i ww W -wa 0 I ws "K W 4 w 'i Z fn, r'?lj'fv wi im Mi-W' 'sl 196 0 Varsity Boys Swimming --HLA. 5 iini T if 1, 1 , iz A V 1' QI' ,f -in 1 W . haf! ' .4 '- , . , ,Q , ' 5, . ,Q If 12662 1' -, I 4" X 06' 'A gwfffv' ',i'3f.w'f'?i:1L2,-5,-sig' iff' 'A-5 1e:i' ' ' 'M fi V ,,faa,. 'i If 4 Q, ,: 4,1 , ,, , ' f' ' ,if 'mm' ' 'if M . 1-I ,' 'KV fyam 354:11 T- 1' f . f 4, 5 , ,J,,g , M -naw ,. f Hz- ' Mp. Q- ff, sq., W i? Af A K W' OYS SWIMMING - Front Row: Chris Smelser, Frank Bishop, Nathan Stevens, Ryan Glispey, Bob Sharpe, Billy Cooper, Chuck Maguy. Second Row: Eric Nelson, Peter endrix, Steve Rasmussen, Billy Maguy, Don Kelly, Glen Johnson, Todd Pacotsky, Martin Colridge, John Johnson, Coach Robin Sullivan. Third Row: Josh D'Acquisto, Brandon eaver, Brice Yocum, Steve Hanson, Brian Lundy, Steve Rudig, Danny Marvin, Greg Winter, Garett Stoftels, Jay Ford, Alex Haley, John Fistolera, Paul Beckworth, Donavan arris. Back Row: Toby Komar, Wally Jackson, Glenn Heath. Back Row: Keith Campbell, Brian Cross, Mike Wiehl, Kent Kubik, Robert Lindsay, Vernon Merriott, Greg arrett, Jason Varner. 5 ,M if E i 1. Brandon Weaver comes up lor air. 2. Frank Bishop takes a rest while Donavan Harris strikes a pose lor the camera. 3. Steve Williams hauls in the breast stroke. 4. Steve Williams dives lar for a head-start on the others. 5. Eric Nelson prepares to take oft. 6. Kent Kubik makes a lot ot waves. 7. Vernon Merriott competes in the butterfly. 8. Coach Robin Sullivan discusses strategy with Kent Kubik. VJ Varsity Boys Swimming e 197 ,N Y I TS 2 an 2 ze ,-az - - g B Ml! 5 6. Ez E ,yy we iw 3 . I 3 rw ' ex ,,A,, , f -'gf'- ell' Varsity Girls Swimming - Front Row: Sedelia Lizardo, Dena Stevens, Robin Krakow, Tracy Samuels, Lori Drysdale. Row two: Tanya Barton, Kristin Henniger, Shana Garber, Kristina Davis, Sophi Roth, Colleen Kelly, lenniler Seright, Claire Dick, Ann Cappadonia, Tori Lee-Thomas. Row Three: Coach Maury Stevens, Kelli Eberlein, lenniler Marvin, Lori Stotesbery, Gretchen Maze, lennifer Denham, Cindy Trowbridge, Deanne Stair, Nicole Collins, Erin lohnson, lulie lohanski. Row Four: Danice Weaver, Kelli Varner, Marion Andersen, Wendi Nelson, Lisa Bless, Coach Mike Neal. Back Row: Amber Edwards, Katrina Nelson, Syrenna Reynolds, Lourie Dickson, Danielle Porter, Lucinda Alvarez. . , ...N M.WeH"g W ' 1. Kelly Eberlein swims hard to keep her lead. 2. Lisa Bless swims last to victory. 3. Concenlrating on her lorm, Sedelia Lizardo speeds through the water. 4. Danice Weaver pushes hard to linish lirst. 5. Working hard, Colleen Kelly gives the 100 butterlly her all. 6. Leaping from the blocks, Dena Stevens makes a perfect start. 7. At a Tulare Union meet, Colleen Kelly takes a break between events. 198 0 Girls Varsity Swimming :Sis lm an NYS fwwk? ... an .., , JP' N Q.: 5 . . Q P' . v . A . .gil dl' .mlb L- y... N - V K ka at 'NA . - , ' K? s- atis: . -K - ,SPS . ' af : g . - 4' ,-...as -f - ' s., A Q' if A Vyii ' s.. D, ." K' 'S +' .fig ' .. Q I ' Q il,-9,9-,,,,w.f1ff4iWf 5?k1lSNiQ5.'ilQ-sma'45!w'BJ. . - ,gm Wfwfiglsgi ii 27' ,A M"h-if'-se.: gg Z V at iwr- X X.-.sy ., . M S S- ,xi 'tolli ei if ll vmzgfgr. , I ,l,g,4 m:i -- Young Varsity Girls Swim Team works hard and grows stronger ll How T0 MAKE A SPLISH A-I-TQ A SPL-ASH - I The Pioneer boys swim team held high hopes for a strong 1987 swim season, after coming off a fall league champion- ship in waterpolo. Coach Robin Sullivan felt that the experienced Pioneer team might have a chance at challenging, league favorite Redwood for the West Yosemite League title. The boys team was led by seniors Frank Bishop and Chuck Maguy, juniors Donavan Harris, Kent Kubik, and Steve Rudig, and sopho- more lay Ford. Early in the season Kubik set a school record in the 200 individual medley with a 2:04:27 mark. This broke the old record of 2:06:0 held since 1970 by former Pioneer Ron Ludekens. Senior Dena Stevens led the Pioneer girls swimmers competing in the free- style, backstroke and butterfly. Also leading the girls was sophomore Sedelia Lizardo, who swam the freestyle and backstroke. Other strengths on the young Pioneer Team were iunior Marion Andersen, freshman Lisa Bless, fresh- man Colleen Kelly, sophomore Robin Krakow, and junior Danice Weaver. Coach Maury Stevens looked for the girls to finish in the top three in league, and to have championship potential in the next two to three years. Girls Varsity Swimming 199 Z3 if ' 51,111 1' ,53 -1141111 ,-s,x""Q V Iunior Varsity Swimmers add depth to pioneer aquatic program HOW TO GET INTO THE SWIM OF THINGS r rp, ' 'r g --slr We j ---ts.. W---1. 'I I 4 1 4 mil llliillleillu A 'z.4--..,.,-.'- -1 ,f .. fn- ,f .' ..,.--M, s, .,-f.,, WJQ . A 'slr ' ,D ,., rss.. A, ..q-dv ,hh -.-F' ... Nw, N, -S- L,f'3f2-5' '+A - T Y N- ez ,47 'f ,.s, , J, . . 1-e,.:w,, Jw .4 'V fw n ff' ..,-,,nf a F ,.."4a4r.,,- f .---'sf 'KP' A gains ..l--- -.es , Y-'M ' 4-N.. W 7. f.. , j ff? ,vb in "' ff we . Q' + Q V I 84 A Q , . Q 45 A, Y"l 1 ,,,,,. WM Mtv f A ww:-,V ,. . + ' I . 'L' , In -0, . K' ,. .xv 'K I' R Don Kelly works on his butterfly technique. Iohn Fistolera surfaces for air. Greg Winter works hard to make it to the finish. Swimming the back stroke Annie Cappadonia swims to victory. Annie Cappadonia and Tori lee-Thomas complain to Coach Stevens. The l.V. girls show the audience their best sides. 7. Ginger Vinson perfects her free style stroke. 201 -asf is e- , kink - - :..- t JST Quai-A-Mm--0-' . 2' lun IT tJ1 l '79 M"-' ' TOP: Keith Campbell, Brian Lundy, Katrina Nelson, Lucinda Alvarez, ltmber Edwards, Lourie Dickson, Syrenna Reynolds, Danielle Porter. BOTTOM: Coach Mike Neal I nv. 1 ,, dl' ' ,QA F . I . V 4 get J 1. Keith Campbell pikes during a ditticult dive. M 2. Amber Edwards pulls an inward. 3. Lucinda Alvarez executes an inward with grace. R 4. Danielle Porter concentrates belore an important dive. 0' 5. Syrenna Reynolds straightens out before entry. 6. Katrina Nelson soars through the air. 7. Lourie Dickson displays her form and goes for a big score. 202 0 Diving 'NW-Biff' 4491 q,.. i x , ' lx wat" , gf- HDW TD HAllE GRACE AND STYEE IN THE AIR .., Senior Katrina Nelson was the sole returning varsity diver for the Pioneers this year. Rounding out the girls varsity squad were former iunior varsity divers, seniors Lourie Dickson and Syrenna Reynolds. Diving for the junior varsity girls were sophomore Lu- cinda Alvarez, freshman Amber Edwards and freshman Danielle Porter. Keith Campbell, who was on the diving team as a sophomore, returned to dive for his senior year. He was the only varsity boys diver for the Pioneer team. Junior varsity divers included freshman Jeff Buchheister and freshman Brian Lundy. Mt. Whitney's varsity divers each had to prepare 11 dives for league competition and championship meets. These included two dives in four of five required categories ffront, back, inward, reverse, and twistj and three dives in the remaining category. lunior varsity divers had to prepare six dives. Diving 203 N, Underclassmen help out the Varsity Baseball team nn 87' HOW TO BE A HOME RUN HITTER ---l-w S- B 1 1 . Q ' 1 , 2 , ls . 4 I L 1 .ff i 4 ', '. I xffhw A ' if-f,"f'7" T 1 , , Q! an 'ii' vu' " wk - . 1-w+NQ95"SS' Q. :R-'wif .-..wi- , we ' B M B , if - B .,, 204 0 Varsity Baseball ,, .je va Q , . + ',.,,,.,,' ,,, H-ww- Q af.. 1 lea. , ky. H f""'v 'www cut, 1' . . .a.. ' ' -- . ,,. I 'S5l,f'.- 'fn ., uf - . ' Z- H Q A. ...J- f .a if. 'P' A -1- A Nt .'Ti,, ll' , Q X - s ' wif, VARSITY BASEBALL - Front Row: lohn Perez, Keith lohnson, lason lasso, Bobby Lopez, Charles Woody, Kevin Break. Back Row: Coach Irwin, Steve Flores, Doug Magness, Randy Flores, Mike Mueller, Tim Thompton, leff Smith, Leland Tilley, Coach Vaughn ,.,....,..,-....-. .....,..m,.., mmf- ,..g.,..,.....,.,....,e..-...,.....-f-.-- ,vxd . k , , Leland Tilley takes his stand for another pitch. Catcher Steve Flores stretches to meet the ball. Keith Johnson touches the base just in lime. Randy Flores enjoys playing catch at practice. Sliding won't help, Randy Flores is out! Kevin Break will do anything to catch the ball. lason lasso prepares to make the catch of the day. Varsity Baseball e 205 6 1. lason lasso gives it his all. 2. Doug Magness goes in lor the kill. 3. Chuck Woody fires ofl a throw. 4. Keith lohnson catches the fly ball. 5. Steve Flores dives for the ball. 6. Sorry, Leland Tilley: three strikes and y ou' re out. 7. Mike Mueller prepares to catch the ball. 206 0 Varsity Baseball xv. i M new , K A ur 1 Q an ,,,, 4 "Wk M' 'wc v , ,A U -ffffzfvv , Bw W '1s ,y y r. A I V ., A ,mmm mn dm, . wfhw.:M1ZYMw'fL:"KWr,, , ww. my G 4 ' ', , ., -ff w.www'f'wf gf w'wM-f 4. .H ,aft 74, .1 1 like-Am-MIB y xvnbwlkw I .. . . ' f , , .---fm -mass-we Nl Y' 1-vnu... ft, fx , ' rf' 4 w C 54, f 1 I I tg 'fy Q , CA, - N L. V M h'7' llv , . . ,, ,Q ,, --- , ,Q :cw ...if f 1-WSU f' , ,- V . , f Ny' . l M X. ii' 1 ' . 1 1: , r S 4 K' wwe. 'M r r rw wg, to , . 'tr r ,iff 'it W' ' "Tl K .' -.,',l:'fi.t-sf iitiisff Ti it , -' .2 " 7 t e - . Q, TM Y ' 1 v, , , W ,, M , 4 W ,... ---0 tm Y .M -, , Aa P r f- " r ' :' . N a Y fr '1 A K 4 ' , 4... , Pioneers enter league action with perfect record ,.....-'l"""" sn- f'w."l -V - i rw--f.+,f4..--w .WWA ,mw- , M . V - E, -u i 1' , . , ", . rv' Q- W V .. ,, . s .Ju X ,, MMM, .MW , , ,-My ',7H-- , : ,, M,-, . I I , , ' 'W ' new ,. - , t - ' '-Wir: Six members returned to the varsity baseball team this year including Kevin Break, infield, Steve Flores, catcher, lason lasso, pitcherg Doug Magness, centerfieldg leff Smith, pitcher and third base: and Leland Tilley, pitcher and first base. Whitney's pitching staff, led by three-year varsity veteran Tilley, was one of the team's strong points. Round- ing out the pitching line-up were lasso, Smith and Tim Thomton. The varsity team, which was captained by Keith Johnson and Tilley, got off to an excel- lent early season start, going into league play with a 4-0 record. Coaches for the team were Dennis Irwin and assistant John Vaughn. Whitney's IV team, coached by Gig Ste- phens and assistant Ralph Lomeli, went into league competition with an even 2- 2 mark. The team was led by pitcher Greg Lomeli, catcher Bob Garster, and second baseman Tom Daly. Coach Mike Vogt and volunteer assistant Chris Tilley led the 18 member frosh team. The team's offensive punch was provided by Kevin Buckelew, Steve Caudle, Shannon Konishi and Ryan Troy. Varsity Baseball ' 207 JV and frosh baseball teams swing into action l How to SLIDE INTO THQIE-V-ll .SEASON I M9465 Midi! fx n , sflmh W --v-lui A!-tt V JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL - Front Row: Roman Munoz, Greg Lomeli, Clay Darr, Danny Carter, Bob Garster, Jason Hedrick, John Burns, Mike McCurry. Back Row: Mike lohnson Danny Bueno, Vito Giannandrea, Tom Daly, Todd Richardson, Adam Peck, Dwight Brumley, Richard Borbon, Coach Stephens. 208 ' l.V. Baseball pf IME i ,A , 'g l' 'Jil-llli , 'L 1 Fl L if A g +x.,aLf L w 'F " . . ' f lvvf2.12':31 . "7Wf."!s 1 ima? , . . ., J . . 1 'W ' ,fx "5 QM, ., y l . . N' wi ' TVQGQ. 'f' ,,.,vgq,9, fm? t,." x7- 'j,' ,liwtsti I eglgigfgq xx ,. 2 vw '-Jud. '.f,:'w,". - , ,' t-. RT", -. -p can ,.A,,' gs,-f,, - - -f, . .-orfspv, g.,,,,., -Kula, ,ef-g.,.: Lf- rg . -.. .v wx 'h1,,,, A ,, 1 .. ,lv , .X tilfllfrfvyyf-w,'5jQr' A f FRESHMAN BASEBALL: Front Row - Howard Wilson, Alan Christenson, Ryan Troy, Brian Emerick, Steve Caudle, John Robison, Kevin Buckelew, Larry Calderon. Second Row: Coach Vogt, Ramsey Ochoa, Ryan McLain, Kevin Hashimoto, Narcy Sedillo, Shannon Konishi, Travis Seymore, Louie Soto, Frank Rue, Coach Tilley. we Jnrrinnmqr ,V , as 'wwws A fm., N , xQ11'2x5', , 6 , ,, O fits aw W ,,1,,,,,gf I g at at 'nov ,Q 4-1 , W , 4 , mms, f 'M , I g:f4f9,gaq4w-qf-oi 41-g -an ..,. -nv- , L .ina . - 1 f ..-, f "-"W-1,1- Sophomore Greg Lomeli pitches one in. lason Hedrick stretches lar to get Hoover out at first. Shannon Konishi drives one out. Freshman Ryan McLain prepares to tag out the opponent. Freshman Baseball 0 209 13 .1 1 1 .11 tif 133, we ' 2 if ' .M ,Ar ' ' 'L' ,Q 'if' 4 i i Y I h I' 4 . v 'yl1i1',1 94. N ,'1r1',1" A 9 'fir' riff, f 1 1 f I1 1 Pg . yxy 11 0 - ff Fist-K 'O we-P. . 1 .1 gg siiisfex i-"se 0 A . "ff?ff',-f J 'ifj2,Qs ' 5 Q .Y I ,ff I 1 M Q, if K f'f'1 1,1 ., 1 " l'f"xffZy 331' kk! ig Y, 1 ' Q 1.",.1f'l.., "' ' , ' 1- ' a 1 f.:, . Q. ' fs ' A L9-'Q-W . 1. 4.1 -N 1 5 A A646 Nr at ri f fyffr nr fy-1 X1 If If 1 K I 30' M 1 ' 1 ff A Al 1 , 1 1 fy' 11 1 1 1 1 fy ' r,ff1"1 rf" i?1'1'.' I' I Y X1 1,1 1,111 1 1 1 gi!:ix1'J" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Y Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 uf r aff 1 1 1 1,1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I f 1 1 1 X1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 Q 111 1 , 1 I , 1 Q 1 1 1 g-1 J 1 3 i 1 r 1, 1 1 1 Q .5 3. Q 1,1 1'f l ' if 1 1 ' 2 49' ' ' i 7964 Q 11" .. ' '.f.1!v'i s' '91 ' , I ffl, Q 119575 x. -. in ' ,sw ' t 1 x it ' ,LU ' .., . 1 , .. . ffmfxx .... ,..,.s,.f .. - s -11 " i ' 1. Missy Pereira attempts to slide into second base. 2. Elaine Harrell tries to catch up with the ball. 3. Marcie Green gets caught on first. 4. Celina Quintero warms up before game time. 5. Shonelte Bynum goes through with a level swing. 6. Debbie Burford stretches to tag out a Hanford opponent. 7. Missy Pereira slugs the ball. 210 ' Varsity Softball ' -1411-aw-nw I ,lv- Vflc a I 1 Q-mow :aa V. f,7fl1I'J:+Lai.w11'l!TiJ..4...444...- af?" 8.1- -QX' f M f , 4' """"-Ir -1 A V .. . ' rl 1 1 , 91.1 f' , , . . 1 f - A v , '41-1 , X 13. ff ,W.?,,cV,, . - M ,,,, r I f 1 1 - fy, . ' ' A ' ' "'Yf:"Q "5""t35's .. M ' . M'-'if1IUm,,'w .. 'viii' , -,..1 - A rw . 3' 1-" f f ' "4 ' sf.s1'7'4'1 ., ' ef' - . ,M . A , W A ,':Wi"'3"!l H, 1 . wi 7' 2' yfff' 'it' ' N, :mv I , ' 6 1 of 1. . ,..,, W R .. . ,.v. .Y I I ....-...ev-vu... ,.,.- . y A-in. a.ss A ,sk .se -f .-mm., Ja-s if is we ir e .2 if 7 7' P .q."5"f:""Qihogvr. , . 1 ' FN X S s P ' a 1 e '. ' " 'J 4 1 . . ,...--- . - Mt. Whitney Softball team proves strong in league competition :fi-628+ iafe a t Ten members returned to lead the 1987 vious season. The team was coached by 1.. . ,fll . v t'it 1 ' ' ' ' 1 . .isjyjrbqaqggef gf92MQq3.W5j Pioneer varsity softball Iteam. Returning Skip Pendergast. ,vo,ovo,+,:f 45,5333 Q,A.4.,.hv,Zg,.,a5N members included senior Debbie Bur- bfagarigy 2553553 ford, junior Shonette Bynum, sophomore Former Whitney softball player Chris Qzegazjalfjejfgij ,rry Marcie Green, sophomore Elaine Harrell, Burford returned to coach the junior of a ,f, M I . ," I f -'Vr ,V,, Q :,r flffj, 'ff . . . . jjj , f - 4 junior Stacey Mendonca, sophomore Kim varsity team. The team was led by 7 Nelson sophomore Pam Paxton senior freshman Rita Mclluliffe sophomore , if tt',.,, ",,' . ' . . . . ' . . . ' . 'iifggrjsgegajege 1143.71 jj + ' Missy Pereira, junior Celina Qurntero, Jennifer Ternan, and freshman Julie lii' ig li . - - - - - ff-sig j and senior Debbie Shackleton. The team Wells, who joined together to provide 2 j was led by seniors Debbie Burford and the team leadership both offensively frfffetietiafhi s . - - - - fig, it f,.,f 1 1 , Missy Pereira who served as team cap- and defensively. The team captains Deja e-femfwfsj e, , A 4 4, ,M fvee'4,'f'e,a . . . talns. Both grrls had been selected to were Ternan and Wells. lifes?-ifaifelfiiilfifg 5 sieefe 1 the WYL all-league team during the Dre- "?':7t RTW? ..1jf"sK S . .. ,, 1-. W, ' f is . , . -,su , I ff be ea-.A " . 'AW' , f . Varsity Softball ' 211 Mt. Whitney Softball teams hit it big this season ' H0-VITUPLAYMITH THE-Elf-i GIRLS l l 6f1i77 l ng, flew 'f 4 XD 14 'W Ninn-f 2 VARSITY SOFTBALL - Front row: Elaine Harrell, Celina Quintero, Stacey Mendonca, Amber Loyd, Pam Paxton, Debra Shackleton, Rhonda Stine. Back row: Debra Burford, Kelly Ryan, Shonette Bynum, Deann Lancaster, Deborah Welty, Missy Pereira, Marcie Green, Kim Nelson, Coach Pendergast. 212 0 Girls Softball www, Wlflfflflye t 'V X ww, Q l wumy, lUNl0R VARSITY SOFTBALL - Front row: Kim Ivy, Suzanne Brown, Stella Gomez, Rita Mcllulifle, Christina Pereira, Hope Hernandez. Back row: Coach Burlord, Karen Todd, Wendy Price, lenniler Terrian, Laura Nadura, Gloria Bowen, lulie Wells, Carrie Martin, Tammy llguiniga. A XXL ' A . 4-9'! V ' 5 f' f. , --fit if ' ' ":'f'b?'t sn-.-r 1' A-vg, "sri " ,. - Ma ' ' "-fr .M ,N 1, wi ., Af' ' 'Q',,fv, , -' '-L ' Zi T Q'-, . -.. ,..,,,., ' "'a ' ' em -... M, ,img ,g ,ff '. 0 ...S sry 090 Colliding into home, Deann Lancaster stretches lor the base. Kim Nelson struts in with ease. lulie Wells winds it up for the pitch. Karen Todd slams in a hit. Sliding into salety is Karen Todd. Girls Softball e 213 .fs Y J 'WZ 51.1 s Q. ' 2 ,,,,,..-- ,,f?""1 I "illn-.,,,, fr I 4 A46 gf 25 ff. W, Maud, .UZ .JQOIIWM i 'fnunumev-mv' in i' WiZ4?5..' 'W' p ' "Q, ,,,,, X . 3 4 tffzsf' t ik' 4 'LC' P' 'UU I-' 1 ,in fi Oh-A Qewfz' viola? 1 M' is' O , .-v, 9 ' ' 124 'S' If .v W' ilf .w ,s W Q W wa-.. .W fe.. X. lwvwraw ,. - .. A. Y A ' K syn - ess Mike Haines throws his body through the air during triple jump competition. Bill Cochran runs with concentration at the Pioneer Relays. Anthony Hafley easily clears the bar in the high jump. leff Ellis sails over the hurdles with ease. lose Gomez is determined to hop, step and jump further than everyone else. Bryon Urton strains at the shotput as Terri Hard- castle, Deborah Welty, Andrea Carl, Thomas Nunes and Mr. Vogt look on. Sheldon Krancher and loel Glick exchange the baton in the 440 relay. David Gutierrez releases the discus in hopes it will go far. Sand flies when Mike Morin performs his long jump. 214 0 Boys Track A. Awwewf we tl V .QW K0 wh A. . ' M y 1 1 if if 525 1- . ix -qs. . W., iii? Il 5 E e sf? W fa sfo 3 2 ,-aus..-nw.-.-nqqmnuqn-.Q-Q Y! 5. , We Varsity Boys Track proves to be a tough contender in league. HOW T0 RUN, THROW AND FLY ' 'tr ' 5 at " ' 'hi an-.H at f" b H+ A l iv" I is f- I 75 S Q f A r t x . J l ,ja M 6 ,lg R ,rig , ,W , .e 1 Q M , J M' g V -' y,,5u-.5 'K 4 I M V Ll 1 . H g V V , g A V an 4' . Y v . H , ,ft .K-M, 'we - ... . I , ' .r7"A"d..' Head track coach lim McDonnell looked for the boys track team to be a tough contender for the 1987 West Yosemite league title. The team was led by senior loel Glick, who was the top Pioneer weight man, senior Darryl lewell, who ran the long distances, senior Glenn Krancher, who competed in the high and long jumps, and seniors Robert Roldan and lames Saucedo, who were the teams leading sprinters. Captains for the 1987 boys track team, which was composed of approximately 70 Whitney athletes, were Jewell, Rol- dan, and Saucedo. Head Coach McDonnell was assisted by weight coaches Andy Allen and Frank Calmese, jumping event coach Eric Leh- man, and distance coach Doug Rudolf. Boys Track 215 Varsity Boys Track Team competes in a tough season. H0lN TO BEAT THE crock AND Bn-Egik THE RIBBON I3 1 I V ,w,4a.,.,na- 1 .W l?3lglll,ll,- 1 ll I I - - I BOYS TRACK: FRONT ROW: lose Roias, Sergio Torres, Robert Carmon, Erick Tilley, Glenn Krancher, lames Saucedo, Joe Torres, Thomas Nunes, Joe Manuele, lell Davis, Jason Martin, Kevin Hawkins, Todd Sanders, Kirk Simpson, Daren lackson, Mike Ledbetter, Scott Sterling. SECOND ROW: Manuel Maldonado, Bill Cochran, Steve Ellis, Thomas lungwirth, Eric Andrews, Chris Bruton, Darryl lewell, lose Gomez, lason Silva, Charles Shannon, Brian Stovall, Pedro Rubalcaba, Alec Harrell, Glen Pitman, Ryan Taylor, Charles Brooks, Mike Barnes, Doug Duncan. THIRD ROW: Ken Carlson, Diego Fernandez, Charles Owens, Rafael Martinez, lesse Fischer, Victor Barrios, Clark Vitale, lerry Ennis, Anthony Perz, Kevin Olson, Danny Prado, Allan Sadac, Robert Roldan, Martin Delgadillo, Robert Treis, Brian Houts, Todd Black. BACK ROW: lavier Rojas, Wayne Bosley, Sean Flynn, Sean Massey, Armond French, Steve Coker, David Gutierrez, Mike Sachau, Anthony Halley, Mike Haines, Sheldon Krancher, loel Glick, Mike Morin, Aaron Bennetts, Jimmy Bissat, Tully Lehman. 216 0 Boys Track Q . . v .-- ', K . .. ....,,..,w . W.. . g X - .,.,XsA.- Q Q ,,1.Lf.. rip? L' .5 4. R199 X . . I 1. . I, .fv- A ,, . ' sf: Aj .2 if . is g 3 . 1 ' ' Ji af A...-A P N X a ' ' 5 feff' 'ff V - .. - it 'ffl " Vxafiv' -Q-S? Q , p A -f' H ,Gulp v 7 Manly v l Q ml . T' ti a - ji Moa 4 4 ,am . . . - :- " :N M0-shvgnqmvg., . .... ,.,.. ,KN 5 1. Bill Cochran passes the baton off to Manuel Mal- donado. 2. Glenn Krancher catches air in the long iump. 3. Clearing the high jump bar, Mike Morin has space to spare. 4. Kevin Olson prepares for take oft. 5. Tommy Nunes concentrates on the hurdles. 6. Martin Delgadillo gives it his all in the baton relay. 7. How far will Aaron Bennetts throw the shot-put? 8. Scott Sterling has the lead on his opponents. Boys Track 0 217 . gf? 5.4 , J'M' V: M'Q,,,- X as 0,4 - -,...--- .f - :f4"?mf'- 1' WW ww- Mia... S ,L . "" , 'fu' ew' " ' f1':"s05: . ' ' ' b"'?5Tw3ifl l .- T1 1" f 1 --'M '-' " ' 5.2 ft ' .f. -f ' M 'fag-X V! Jy'3K?fL,Ay 12" K 4.4 V 4, 'N Lv. t 1 - . L Nw in 'T-2: .4 - in J 'Q 4 -- . "H N " -2 . I 'Qi .K R , SS,-Mi v fkqxi S as gg 4, '- . ' 'jug f' L, 'Mit in , VY . 'S ' X ' .Q :UAE E.- . . iv I y 57 . 9' . v gr 4 . M .k k,.1Hl'll Q4 S. ,.:.. S c w ,',,. N V 5- kk,.A S 1 nz N " 1 ,. ... .- . A .. . 3 . S, . . K . . ,sfxnw + . wwf- ' ' J 'Lximens QS .. . J QR . -- iggw sf we -. , .N as-kia-rs.,wa5csSS ,st A sf' s ".1sQ- -ew x.k, e-Kb-f , ... :we- S z4.., U., .K -ef.ynssssf-J . fs' X.... -s fare .sql 'ar QQ1 ,7 ' . Q my .. ""':T' . S Q. . ,SN Wm' N. 1 .S ,N A.. 1. Delphia Whisenant goes for the gusto in the bat relay. 2. Sandra Valdez stretches her way to the limit. 3. Delphia Whisenanl prepares herself lor a relay. 4. The weight women discuss their weekend betwe event. 5. Concentration helps Rosa Solis keep her stea pace. 6. Sharon Kramer anticipates the finish of this race. 7. Samantha Sinclair lumps her way to the top. 8. While keeping her eye on the shotput Andrea Carl concentrates on her distance. 9. Sharon Kramer hands oil to Julie Mehrten. 218 0 Varsity Track + S H-wif SS 1 S . ' efee ... ,, ww . - ' :mm 4 ,Jah A ,x - S .- . - ' M.. .S W fe on dy 1 .-.afJ""' , .11--"i""' ... - S N bs qw., .S.. ' . V i-... 4 ' H, , if" ....., SSW," w""14m.....wMN 1. .K , ,M T' , ' " ,.,-. .. V iw if " ,V "' .. M . . 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" 'R' , --v -4- -' , 1' . .,--e-1 .., W , -,M -,N , Ip' -- IAMNK K, Pioneer girls track team works hard to defend WYL title IHDW T0 WIN WITH A HOP AND SKIP AND A .IUMP The main challenge to the Pioneer Girls Track team this year was to defend the West Yosemite League Championship Ti- tle that they brought home during the 1986 track season. Whitney's girls team was led by senior Rory Hays, who competed in the sprintsg junior Iulie Mehrten, who ran the dis- tance races for the Lady Pioneersg soph- omore Kathi Roldan, who ran the hur- dles, senior Margie Shulelt, who also ran sprintsg and sophomore Debbie Welty, who competed in the shot put and dis- cus. Captains for the team were Hays, Shu- felt, and senior Lynette Bail. The team was coached by head coach lim McDon- nell and assistants Andy Allen, Frank Calmese, Eric Lehman, and Doug Rudolf. Varsity Track 219 f -.nm W.. 1 S my' wtf- 4' X, I-" 1.5 ' . "' if-?Q'r,1?tE'i f' f .aa 'A ' L1 iw naf 1' r' ,wff ,' 'fy ,.-. Varsity Girls Track team places third rn Pioneer Relays a l How T0 COIVIPETE VVITH mg S-WIFT AND in-E STROIV-G I WN, 'E Q '92 3 J 1' mir' s,-, if ,mar V fs'-:J af?-is 'gf' M',,Z,.xw6 V ff, iiwyaf 'grew 'awww' WW: Www' Girls Track- Front Row: Flower Penner, Jennifer Ellis, Carolyn Ecker, Sabrina Wilson, Stelanie Moody, Jennie Wong, Sandra Valdez, Lynnette Bail, Danielle Bail, Samantha Sinclair. Row Two: Wendi Sullivan, Andrea Carl, Nicky Webster, Patricia Salazar, llnjannette Jacobo, Rosa Solis, Norma Castro, Julie Mehrten, Margie Shufelt, Rory Hays, Veronica Salsido, Sharon Kramer, Kristen Huott. Back Row: Deanna Martin, Terri Hardcaslle, Stacy Middlebrooks, Julie Waters, Shawna Marston, Dawn Price, Teresa Sachau, Debbie Welty, Jennifer llnderson, Betsy Hollman, Kathi Roldan, Jenni Wright, Megan Fulmer, Brandy Zotti, Rena Stephens, Desiree Zotti, Hollie Oldfield, Alisa Durgarian, Lisa Van Groningen. Au.. t ,Q-q..,Y 4' -- -I ling. -.3 Q v - Y 1 s ls fe . pi ,MN si! . - -un. 'K 3, i 7 ing -l is ' ' 1 lu-suns-ues-. ,J :aww mb' in "--- -............,. K, ........T,, ..,..-,.. in - A jfwsf- ff ,'Y""'-"W"'Q 5--...vpn A-is..aiEav, T i l 'N- X . t . New Ns . ng, A S X r , V Steiff agsjgessr' S 'fist r ,Q ,.. , as S , . , A ,. n igi ly , -are-ferret, e "" . g A km , ,fs X We .K intra--Q ,K , . ,- -. e 'M' es-9-H' Wag me W 1 22055 arsrty Grrlgffackr el M G5 S' -w?m,,g.ess Y ,T ' e r . ,-y'- . , , are ' i"'PH!FXl4. ' ,, .. .4 ,, ,, , Y S' 3' .Q --ng 5 t W 3 1 -an of '35 ., 2' K 5 W' W. wH1m'y .15-of digs? W J. 3 . far YK. .AW x ,Ax sm ,,,,,..,M,c, W Q ff" . ' all - f W "' ........... If I Ji? ' 1- ! 3 We x 'kk ' .Mmm W' mf wh 3119145 'Wg we uw- V nQW ...ae A 1 A - . - . ...M 'X'- , A. i a Q' 2 1 ', we w.w..,,,..--f 1 -gg 'I 1. Rory Hays makes a handoff to Margie Shufelt. 2. Freshman Wendi Sullivan gains height on her jump. 3. Lynnette Bail captures distance in the long jump. 4. Debbie Welty uses all her might to throw the shotput. 5. Foreign exchange student Andrea Carl watches her pic- ture-perfect throw. 6. Norma Castro is determined to make it to the finish line. 7. Freshman Jennifer Wright hurdles high in the Pioneer Relays. 8. Kathy Roldan feels the thrill of victory. 9. Sophomore Kathy Roldan steps off to a great start. Girls Track ' 221 .e,: i GOLF - Front Row: Chris Peterson, Donn Casale, Brodie McClain, Steve Wrley Jeff Vengley Shawn Cooper Back Row Coach Borges Larry Velasquez, Mark Davis, Tom Knox, Bryan Noel, Mike Kuiper 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 222 ' Golf Shawn Cooper concentrates on the llight ol his ball. Mark Davis doesn't seem too pleased with his drive. The swing seems to come naturally for Chris Pe- terson. Brodie McClain keeps his eye on the ball. Tom Knox drives toward the green. Mike Kuiper gets off a good drive. uf' e -T- Q 'Y f .. f gi it 4 ,.f"'N A, Golf team works hard to continue WYL winning streak I HOW TO GQ FOR THAT HOLE IN ONE I Mt. Whitney's men on the links had a strong tradition to uphold this year, as the Pioneer golf squads have won the West Yosemite League Championships for the previous four years. Coach Les Borges felt positive that the 1987 sea- son would also see a Pioneer champion- ship. The team was led by returning senior player Mike Kuiper. Other outstanding players for the varsity squad were soph- omore Mark Davis, sophomore Tom Knox, and sophomore Chris Peterson. Coach Borges was also counting on freshman Donn Casale, sophomore Shawn Cooper, freshman Brodie McClain and sophomore Larry Vasquez to help the team out through-out the season. The team again had the pleasure of playing their matches at the Visalia Country Club. Go 23 Varsity Girls Tennis team has a very successful season How fo -BE I-l PIONEER TENNIS ACE K - . ' 1 ' - 1 'A 1 A rl ' - w.. ':51MfM..-,.- ,- H 2 .I . A 4, ., . , A .Q ,ff--aim.: sKX's's'-Q-' .' ,wifi . 'f ge.'..:.1't,R,, .-qff. A P- ,. ' s 4... is-xgwfftf Agn: . ' ' X .Q A ' Y .s H, 4. .s .fr 2, 5, X rm W 1. Foreign exchange student Daria Schafer hits another win- ning shot. 2. Maile Headrick displays her net shot. 3. Margaret lsham's backhand looks well-practiced. 4. Senior lenniter Brown shows her volley techniques. 5. Sandy Brazeau saves an important point. 6. First Doubles team Jennifer Brown and Grace Meraz are ready tor another tough match. , 7. Semra Brewer returns the ball with ease. 8. Grace Meraz huslles to make the shot. 224 0 Varsity Tennis "- ,. . :fri an 1:++fser.i.tirry .. .mini ,y W5 G yn l is is if a. iz.: - f s Q t 2' ft". X., , ' UQALW- .ff W 4 ' 4 r ' 23 e l" ' tlt fi fnra 44 . , H V' , my - fe ff so ,,,, 1, We. 'lf LAW so r,,ZiWZ"' ff 'V ,V V: f iiP.!kr,7HX5f, i': . V . :fag It ,"v!f,.fw:y4,,p W M45 ff nwmes' M, "" Wnn:, f ,, nf s -5, ' , I L H' it nr' , was , Lan' Kam 5 ,I P, 6 ' . AQ gf 'W P' Ili ,K c . Hin 1 it x A ' ' 'fi' L , I f 4 W 1 fl 1" f ff. 9 , , 4 W 9 I XJ' ' 1 5 x M, ,xt H . A ,,,, , F V . ,, '-.-sit? , , . is F ""A:21Y5'- M - f a 'T so T 1 f t' "rg, 3 at ig, I A M, "' - Q A - ' 'B' 4. A, X A , ' M ,.,-,,f'a . . , xg 1' if.- ..,.. -,... e f Q 4 , . X V e ' "gf , yt- X "'T"'AT"'i' N M 5--fy? . ' N ' ' , .... -.-wwnw -gif .,j ay '41-f ' ' no W' 2,5 emily , 'IW' f f 4 ff W- , my 1 f f 'T g.:,.,s 4, X N F j "W ZQE,--e,.fN,fw-Q'l..,.x ,eg X ' eeass-'xfxmff ,M W, 'RQ .mn 1. A v-Y' A f Yi ' ,fm--'f-c,tqL x! X! S ,f""' .if-f if ,Z ..-....-- V . . . Ao, 2 099 ff 5 4 r , ,W : fn.,--' 'P A , ' X 4 Q Y ' , A.- ,ffir Y Q 1 , ,5 "' . WA-, , T' f cf' if 2 f f-+f3i - cg, ing, 1 ,Q 2 ,f-r , ,f -- T A e1,,--ff-egg, ., . 5- U f,..,-,,,--- rc 4 s 4 3 Hifi: Girls Varsity Tennis Team - Front Row: Daria Schafer, Sandy Brazeau, Maile Headrick, Semra Brewer. Back Row: Coach Tony Angeles, lenniler Brown, Grace Meraz, lulie Anderson, Margaret lsham. er 1 --rr: ,SIN t li I h I . .r , A leaf as li-"""" Y , , Y,-'pm f"f'4P" 1+ A - 1 ,1:, fM .,, N ?'4"W" 5 , , V, M' ' "' M4544 -W4 . ,,,, 1 f, A-Z , f: 165 7 W w , ,WI M Q 1 ' 5 - ' ,. s. N...- xs T . ,, .,.,.- - .- .J e W . " " --vw fn ,LQ R519 k , Nwfkcxss -Q ..v-- . YQ-Q.f.s-eqewnw .wmv , . W ,M 1. Matt lones has quite a grip on his racquet. Z. Steve Dallman tries his hardest to hit the ball. 3. Jason Moore knows he's got the ball where he wants it. 4. Pat Meraz is ready for action to take place. 5. lason Moore concentrates on making an awesome serve. 6. Steve Dallman makes an effort to strike the ball. 7. lon Warren prepares to slam the ball over the net. 8. David Cook sends a tough one over the net. 226 0 Boys Varsity Tennis , qu., W i BOYS VARSITY TENNIS - Front row: Dallman, Brian Greaves, Pat Meraz, sin j Q ,. A i. Matt Jones, Stacy Easley, David Cook, Coach Tony Angeles. Back row: Steve lon Warren, and lason Moore. ' A. A Qt 4 A F AM, 1 ' 1 Q . ' f -. A . I ,, 1,,, my x W , ... l , . ...W-fav-'-ff""""""":1'!' we -A' ""M,'wy Young Whitney Tennis players perform like veterans I HOW T0 QE AJKILIJER-QN THE QOURT-S I A young group of players who performed like veterans is the way coach Tony Angeles described the 1987 boys varsity tennis squad. The team was led by num- ber one singles player junior Jason Moore and number two man on the lad- der, junior Jon Warren. Sophomore Pat Meraz was the first doubles player. The girls varsity squad was led by senior Sandy Brazeau, number one singlesg sophomore Semra Brewer, number two singles, and junior Margaret lsham, num- ber three singles. The Ieading doubles team was senior Jennifer Brown and junior Maile Headrick. Captains for the teams were Sandy Brazeau and Jason Moore. Former Whitney tennis player Karole Ru- melhart returned to coach the junior varsity tennis players, which included an incredible 24 member reserve squad of girls. Seven girls returned to the J.V. team, including Tammy Brazeau, Amy Engleka, Marie Hacker, Glenda Huff, Vicki Morris, Elena Nino, and Wendy Wil- son. The strong girls team was led by Brazeau, Huff, Morris and Nino. The young boys team, composed mostly of all freshmen, was led by Geoff Adalian, Tim Anderson, and Sean Replogle. Boys Varsity Tennis 227 Mt. Whitney l.V. Tennis matches wits to win the sets HOW T0 SMASH WITH THE BEST OF EM I 'K GIRLS IV TENNIS - Front row: Marianna Evans, Amy Engleka, Wendy Wilson, lean Yoo, Tamara Brazeau, Yuki Sato, lill De Pompei, Deborah Ellis. Back row: Coach Karole Rumelhart, Kimberly Carson, Kathy Parady, Traci Hall, Victoria Morris, Marie Hacker, Elena Nino, Glenda Huff, Jacqueline Spears, Melanie Creason. BOYS l.V. TENNIS - Front Row: Peter Mantuano, Hayes Davis, Marty Silvas, Mike Sinor. Back Row: Kyle Gilbert, Kevin 1- Ilnderson, Sean Replogle, Scott Finney, Geoffrey Adalian, Doug Damko, James Toschi. t I sitsg? l.V. RESERVE SQUAD - Front Row: Heidi Johnson, Tonya Morris, Kimberly Miller, Deedra Woods, Rhonda Bennett, Robin Vargas, Shannon Wright. Back Row: Mary lungwirth, Cristina Kaviani, Katy Childers, Heather Newkirk, Buffy Dean, llnnie Schnaufer, llngella Guinn, Stephanie Sibbert, Monica lanuary, Coach Karole Rumelhart. 'NMMA 4. E 'eu ex gl' is 1 1. Scott Finney hits an easy one to give his opponent a chance. 2. Kathy Parady beats another tough opponent. 3. Vicki Morris stretches for a shot just out of reach. 4. Doug Damko and partner Hayes Davis cover the shot. 5. Mike Sinor shows no sign ol letting up on this player. 6. Kyle Gilbert leaps to smash one back over the net. 7. Glenda Huff concentrates on the ball for a perfect return. 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Res. 732-6302 291 627-6996 DOWNTOWN vlsnun, CA 93277 J vertlsmg WW 109' vw?" 6, BEST OF PROM LARGEST SELECTION FORMALS OR GRADUATIONS 81 FORMALS CABIIETS y T l y y y 2 - , F y T y T T T T y Q 5 , J, ' , 9 , 4 in , , I Ld , L' A ,aff INJLH-E694-611.196,-'..v11n-009171:-:nov gpfj A ' ' lv' ' f 11:7 .::u,, 'J sy f , , A x, ' - , --'Q 2 l y T in y 2 OF 9 4 1 in ' llyl Ll ' ly lg I I S F X wHAr BROTHER-slsrfn TEAM IS sm cnusruoi CONGRATULATIONS SUE ASHFORD-CLASS OF '87 You've come a long way and we love you "Angel" 8th Grade-Validictorian G0d7S blessings, High School-Life Member C.S.F. Dad, Mom College?? Career???? gi Dan WE KNOW YOU CAN GO AS FAR AS YOU SET YOUR MIND. Your loving Mom and Dad Congratulations Margie Shufelt. You have made us very happy and proud. Best of luck and happiness in all that you do Love, Mom and Dad W L I don't recall if I was smaller or you were just taller. I just called you my "Big Brother lim" And I stood by your side With a lull measure of pride Through times both thick and thin. I realize that it's sad That you look a lot like Dad, But what's important in life isn't looks And when you get into college Full ot "Mt. Whitney Knowledge" You'lI be glad that you studied thos On Graduation Day I'II be proud to say That brother "You've done good". Even though it was said You were kinda slow in the head I always knew that you could As you've gone thru lite With its struggles and strife l've been happy to ease the gloom. But could you hurry up "Bro" And get on with the show. Mom said I could have your room. su C sen - sk . , H' R K. A . . R K VQL Congratulations Lisa LOVE, Ron and Mom Contributing Patrons To The 1986-87 OAK The Associates Matta's Restaurant Balderama's Hair Salon The Trophy Shop Bronzan Sports World Visalia United Methodist Church Carr's Locksmith Service Winner's Circle THANK YOU!! I IDE l KEY 1. STUD ALLEY 2. THE SPANISH WALL 3. CHOIRSMACKS 4. BENCHIES 5. GOATIES 6. DRAMA ROOM 7. 8 9. 10. DETENTION ROOM DEAN'S BENCH SKATERS BANDSMACKS WEE! , "7 ' - ,-. --e-- .e . 9 3tlllTll1 1, 3 convfn ri ln order to assist you in locating the hotspots on campus, we have generously provided you with the above map. Use it at your own risk. Abbey, Renee 33, 44 Abila, Richard 165 Aboytes, Maria 77 Ahoytes, Socorro 92 Abubalier, Nada 92 Achlerberg, Sheri 79, 124 Acliermann, Christina 92, 95 Acosla, Alberto 138 Adalian, Geollrey 92, 124, 228 Adame, Antoinett 40, 124, 146 Adame, Eric 92 Adams, Gina 79, 140 Adams, Staci 120, 168 Adkins, Trevor 92, 160 Aguilar, laviar 105 Aguilar, Sebio 77 Aguiniga, Tammy 128, 139, 141 Aguirre, luanita 23, 33 Aguirre, Octavio 92, 193 Aguirre, Raudel 64 Ahlmeyer, Sean 33, 131, 141 Allin, Allison 79, 140 Alhaugh, Scott 92 Alberstein, Christa 33, 38, 109, 128, 129, 141 Albright Erinn, 105, 144 Aldaco, Darren 124, 140, 159 Alexander. Kristin 77, 128, 141 Ali, Nasir 33, 43 Ali, Navid 79, 139 Alliema, Kevin 33, 138 Allen, Tommy 79 Alonzo, Lisa 77 Alvarez, Lucinda 79, 124, 138, 198, 20 Alvarez, Veronica 33 Alves, Mandy 92 Alves, Sabrina 105 Amaya, Manuel 90 Analla, Gabriel 92, 140 Analla, lenniler 92, 140 Anaya, Amanda 33, 140 Anaya, Dalena 79, 139 Anderman, Dana 139 2 Andersen. Marion 14, 77, 130, 131, 141, Anderson, Amy 92, 138 Anderson, Iennifer 34, 138 Anderson, lulie 34, 225 Anderson, Kevin 92, 138, 228 Anderson, Timothy 92, 181 Anderson, Walter 4, 64, 120, 144 Andres, David 34, 120 Andres, Patricia 34 Andrews, Eric 8 Angst, Kimberly 139, 140 Ante, lackie 132. 138, 141, 145 74 Aquino, Tony 26, 170 Arechar, Angela 92, 124 Arnold, Kim 120, 141 Arzola, Maricruz 79 Asberry, Shari 92, 144 Aseltine, lohn 92 Ashlord, Sue 34, 124, 139 Ashworth, Kevin 79, 138, 155. 156, Atkinson. Iames 34. 139 Atlavray, Dorla 79, 140 Ausherman, Edward 79, 188. 189 Avila, lulie 34 Avila, Shelly 6, 110, 112, 113 Baca, Amy 105, 144 Bagley, Brent 92, 138, 181 Bagley, Melissa 138, 168 Bagley, Shaun 34, 138, 177 Bail, Danielle 79, 90, 138, 145, 173 Bail, Lynnette 8, 35, 37, 115, 117, Bailey, lason 8, 77 Baker, lennifer 35 Balderama, Rubiana 90 180 138, 172, 221 Baldiviez, Pauline 79 Baldwin. Balleios, Banniste Bardone, Bardone, Molly 79 Kellie 77, 140 r, Carol 35. 138, 140 Sarah 92, 124 Steven 105 Barlogio, Gina 92 Barnes, Barrett, Barrett, Barrios. Barrios, Michael 92 Greg 35, 162, 197 Peter 79, 188, 189 Silverio 190 Victor 193 Barron, Elvira 35, 124, 126 Barron, Rosalinda 92, 124 Barss, Lisa 79, 140 Barton, Tanya 92, 124, 198 Base, Melissa 79 Basliovich, Gregory 4, 35 Baskovich, Nikllelle 79 Batchelor, Russell 92 Beacom, Andrea 138, 140, 148, 149 Beals, Paul 35 Beam, Ronald 35, 124, 143 Beavers, Brian 90 155 Beckvvorth, Maria 35 Beclmorth, Paul 79, 165, 197 Beidervvell, Kamie 92 Beiderwell, Kevin 77 Beig, Abdul 92 Beld, Andrew 92, 142 Bell, Cherie 14, 79, 145 Bell Frank 105 Beniamin, Melissa 64 Benner, Timmy 77 Bennett, Marc 79, 140, 190, 191 Bennett, Rhonda 92, 124, 229 Bennett. Rodney 155 Bennett, Sandra 35. 140 Bennetts, Aaron 105, 160 Bergen, Sondra 35, 120, 131, 139, 141 Berggren, Robert 79 Bergthotd, Dina 77 Betrue, Diane 105, 140 Betrue, Shane 105 Bettencourt, Brian 92, 140, 160 Beltencourt, Mark 140 Biancamano, Gina 145 Bianchi, Dominic 77 Bibb, Blain 92, 160 Bibbens, Matthew 138, 186 Bishop, Frank 8, 34, 35, 43, 128, 129, 138, 141, 147, 162, 164, 194, 197 Bissat, limmy 11, 118, 146 Bissat, Black, Black. Black, Black, Black, Kerry 92 lason 92, 140 lason 77, 160 Marci 79, 140 Rebecca 36, 48 Todd 92, 124, 145 Blackmon, Dale 92 Blair, Paul 77 Blanco, Elizabeth 36 Blanco, Marcy '82 Bless, lisa 92, 144, 198 Bogert, Shanon 93 Bolding, Evan 36 Bolding, Gayla 79, 131, 139, 141 Easley. Stacy 69, 226 Boone, Rebecca 93 Borbon, Richard 79, 81, 124, 138, 142, 180, 208 Bosby, Wayne 192 Bosco, Dndrea 93, 140, 144 Bothol, Richard 77 Botkin, Kristina 105 Bowen, Gloria 93, 144, 169, 185, 213 Brandt, Gilte 136, 138 Bratt, lolln 79 Braleau, Sandra 36, 48, 115, 117, 120, 134, 144, 224, 225 Brazeau, Tamara 68, 76, 120, 124, 138, 228 Brazell, Bunny 68 Brazell, Nettie 79. 140 Brazell, Nina 93, 140 Brazzle, Richard 34, 36, 48, 52, 117, 138 Break, Kevin 36, 176, 177, 179, 225 Break, Staci 68, 148, 149. 168 Brewer, Semra 79. 184, 185, 224, 225 Brewer, Shelley 14, 79, 140, 145 Britt, Timothy 93 Broadwick, Chuck 93, 124, 140 Brooke, lamie 93, 140 Brookshire, Sande 77, 159 Brumle Brown, Brown, Brown, 225 Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown. Chad 25, 36, 140 Gerrod 93, 124 lenniter 36, 55, 110, 113, 118, 131, Michelle 79, 139, 140 Raymond 36 Shelley 79 Stephanie 93 Susan 68, 140 Suzanne 79, 213 Tamara 80, 124, 126, 145 Broyles, Eric 105 y, Dwight 80. 155. 208 Bruton, Chris 36, 155 Bruton, lerry 80, 159 Bruton, Scotty 105, 160 Bryan, Amber 93 Bryant, Lesley 80, 140 Bryant, Matthew 80, 159 Bucey, Dawn 80, 120, 185 Buchheister, Deanne 36, 124, 126, 130, 131, Buchheister, lellrey 93, 124 Buckelew, Kevin 93, 160, 161, 181, 209 Buckner, Sarah 93, 142 Bueno, Danny 68, 159, 208 Bueno, lisa 80 Bull, Michelle 93 Bukoiemskyi, Renee 68 Burdine, Paula 93, 140 Burtord, Debra 12, 36, 62, 194, 210, 212 Burlord, Richard 80 Burgess, Niels 80 Burns, Donald 80, 90 Burns, lolln 80, 159, 208 Burris, Burris, Keith 77 Kevin 80, 140 Bushnell, Michele 68, 77 135, 138, 141, 194, 224, 138. 141 Bustamonte, Sara 36 Butler, Kimberly 93 Butterlield, Chris 80 Butterlield, Wayne 36 Byerlee, letl 80 Byerlee, Scott 93, 168 Bynum, Darius 105. 160, 161, 180 Bynum. Shonette 68, 182, 183, 210, 212 Byrne, Lisa 68, 168 Cabrera, Greg 77 Caine, Shannon 105, 140 Cairns, Karie 80, 145 Calderon, larry 93, 140, 209 Caldwell, David 93 Callahan, lisa 4, 36, 37, 138 Campbell, Heather 80 Campbell, Keith 197, 202 Campos, loel 105 Campos, Salvador 36, 138, 190 Camus, Karen 37, 139, 167 Canner, Todd 139 Cannon, Teresa 93 Cannon, William 105 Canto, loanna 37 Cappadonia, Ann 80, 120, 198, 201 Conley, Colleen 64, 138 Conley, Rachel 38 Conner, Cassandra 77, 140 Connolly, Patricia 80, 124 Connolly, Russel 38, 128, 132, 141 Conway, Dawnetta 77 Cook, David 105, 226 Cook, Dawn 94, 124, 138 Cook, Dean 8, 11, 38, 44 Cook, Karen 68 Cook, Patrick 80, 138 Cook, Stella 64, 128, 139 Cooksey, Bill 105 Cooper, Shawn 80 222 Cooper, William 94, 124, 197 Corbin, lames 21, 77 Corley, Shawn 94, 139, 140 Corley, Sherri 39, 140 Corley, Teresa 80, 145 Corrales, Camilo 94 Correa, Kevin 39, 140 Correa, Patrick 105, 140 Cortez, Christina 94, 124, 140 Cosme, lonathan 105 Cossin, Linda 39, 58, 128 Cardenas, Marlene 93, 144 Cardoza, Kami 37, 139, 140 Carl, Andrea 68, 136, 137, 138, 214, 218 Carley. Teresa 139. 145 Carlson, Brian 37 Carlson, Ken 64, 170, 171 Carmon, Robert 68, 139 Carmon, Shelly 68 , 221 Carmona, Carlos 105, 160 Carmona, Margarita 93 Carmona, Sylvia 77 Carr, Cindy 37, 120 Carroll, Stephanie 80 Carson, Carson. Gary 64 Kimberly 68, 131, 141. 142, 228 Carter, Danny 80, 158, 159, 208 Carter, laurel 68 Carter, Paul 77 Casale, Aaron 11, 68, 118, 138, 146, 171 Casale, Donn 93, 222 Casale, lohn 77, 159 Casey, Garrett 93, 124, 145 Castillo, Cecil 93 Castillo, Stephen 37 Castro. Castro. Cristina 93 Norma 68, 124, 131, 173, 221 Cattnach, Khrisla 80, 140 Caudle, Celery, Steve 93, 160. 161. 209 lon 37. 58 Cervantez, Edward 93 Cesena, Dana 68, 73, 132, 141 Chabrouillaud, lean-Paul 68, 140 Chabrouillaud, Timothy 105 Champion, David 37 Chavez, Catherine 77, 140 Chavez, Elizabeth 94, 124 Chavez, Gerardo 38 Chica, lose 68, 140, 186 Childers, Katy 94, 124, Z29 Childers, Sid 38, 124, 138, 140, 142 Childres, David 94 Chilton, Eric 94 Chiodo, Rhonda 68, 139 Chiu, Frank 94, 138, 142 Christensen, loyce 80, 120, 138 Christenson, Alan 94, 160, 181, 209 Cisneros, lose 80, 190, 191, 193 Clark, Kristina 80, 139 Costa, Brian 94, 160 Costa, llonorina 80 Courtis, Palrisha 80 Covert, Kevin 39, 155 Cowdery, lames 80, 140 Cowger, lenniler 94, 140 Cox, Heather 23, 39, 120, 139, 144 Cox. Moira 68 Craig, Michael 68, 138, 171 Crank, Christine 94, 124 Creason, Melanie 68, 132, 138, 141, 228 Creech, lamie 68, 140 Criswell, Bryan 68, 140 Cronin, Nicole 94, 97, 138 Cross, Brian 68, 162, 197 Cross, Darin 91, 109, 165 Crumal, Stacey 39, 52, 115, 117, 1 Cuellar, luan 77 Cuevas, Abel 90 Culbertson, Chad 140 Culbertson, Aaron 105, 160 Cullum, Lisa 68, 168 D'Acquisto, loshua 81, 165, 197 Daglish, Thomas 81 Dahlgren, Tracy 69 Dailey, Marcus 69 Dallman, Samuel 94 Dallman, Steven 69, 226 Daly, Thomas 81, 155, 208 Damari, Richard 94 Damko, Douglas 81, 228, 229 Dang, Shalinder 94 Daniel, Matthew 81, 120, 180 Daniels, Kathleen 69 Danner, Todd 81 Darby, Rhoda 94 Darby, Shelly 124 Darr, Clay 81, 159, 208 Davila, Miguel 77 Davis, Hayes, 69, 228 Davis, lacquelyn 81 Davis, lellrey 69, 145, 171 Davis, Kristina 81, 132, 141, 198 Davis, Larry 105 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Mark 81, 138, 142, 180, 222 Michael 105, 160 Richard 77 Steve 69 Clark, Teresa 68 Clevenger, Dennis 38 Clevenger, Mike 105, 140 Cliltt, lason 80, 193 Clithero, Casey 80 Close Rondel 77 Coburn, Wayne 68, 138 Cocagne, Kelly 80, 110, 112, 113, 138 Cochran, William 68, 77, 170, 171, 214, 217 Coffman, Kevin 77, 140 Coker, Stephen 38 Cole. Rhonda 94 Collins, Brian 94 Collins. Collins, Charles 90 Christopher 80 Collins, Nicole 80, 132, 141, 198 Colmore, Bridget 64 Cologrande. Lisa 38 Cologrande, Shari 94, 145 Colridge, Martin 68, 128, 140, 197 Compton, lell 68 Davison, loseph 94 De Buck, lellrey 69 De Fehr, Ronald 81 De Fendis, Mark 69 De Foe, Daniel 94, 145 De Haven, Paul 105 De Malignon, Matthew 94, 165 De Masters, David 94, 145 De Masters, Neather 69 De Mello, ludi 94 De Pompei, lill 69, 138, 228 De Rooi, Carmen 69 De Rooi, Timothy 39 Dean, Elizabeth 94, 145, 229 Dees, Johnny 77 Deiro, Tawnya 48, 69, 139 Delgaditlo, Griselda 39, 124, 126 Delgaditlo, lulio 81 Delgaditlo, Martin 94, 171, 192, 193 Delgado, Rosanne 77, 140 20, 134, 135 Demaree, Melissa 69 Demaree, Michele 39, 120 Denham, lenniler 94, 109, 138, 198 Denham, Susan 69, 138 Dennis, Melinda 69 Depee, Shane 90 Derrick, lames 69 Derrick, lanette 94 Diaz, Gabriel 90 Diaz, Griselda 94 Diaz, Sabrina 81, 90, 184, 185 Dick, Claire 81, 198 Dickinson, Lavonne 39 Dickson. lourie 39, 58, 124, 127, 128, 132, 141 198 202 Dinkel, Bridgette 81, 145 Dittmer, Steven 14, 81, 120, 164 Dixon, Erwin 94 Docken, Susan 95 Dockery, Theresa 95 Dodson. Ryan 105 Donaldson, Cindy 81, 139 Dorame, Ricardo 77 Dorame, Sandra 77 Dorman, Keri 23, 39, 62, 115, 117, 120, 141 Doss, Kristen 69 Dowds, Robert 69, 76, 138 Draeger, Rachel 81, 139, 145 Drysdale, Lori 69, 140, 198 Ducey, Chris 81, 138, 180 Duncan, Douglas 95, 141 Dunn, Michael 95 Dunnigan, Thomas 69 Duran, Yvonne 105, 140 Durazo, Michelle 42 Durgarian, Alisa 81, 138, 173 Dust, Kimberley 33, 77 Dye, lohn 81 Dye, Sherri 105 Eason, Todd 95, 160 Eaton, Terena 69, 140 Eberlein, Kelli 80, 138, 139, 169, 184, 185, 198 Eclrer. Carolyn 95, 124 Edwards, Amber 95, 198, 202 Egri, lulie 66, 69. 77, 139 Egri, Marlea 42, 120 Elledge, Christopher 4, 69, 75, 109, 132, 141 Elliott, Sean 105 Eliott, Tina 95 Ellis, Deborah 81, 139, 2211 Ellis, lason 69, 138, 171 Ellis, lellrey 42, 138, 171, 214 Ellis, lenniler 95, 144, 173 Ellis, ludith 69, 120, 140 Ellis, Steven 95, 160, 180, 181 Emberton, David 69, 120 Emerick, Brian 95, 209 Eng, Curtis 81 Englebrighl, lohn 81 Engleka, Amy 81, 138, 228 Enlow, Vivian 81 Ennis, lerry 81, 159 Ensslin, Carolyn 95 Ernst. Aaron 42, 62 Ernst, lason 95 Escalante, Andrea 69, 140 Evans, David 42 Evans, lenniler 95 Evans, Marianna 69, 120, 228 Evans, Rachel 69 Fallis, Richelle 69 Faria, Danial 81, 140 Faria, Sabrina 95 Farris, Stephani 95 Fees, Eric 81 Fees. Tammy 81 Fernandez, Gene 95, 140 Fernandez, Harvey 77 Fernandez, Hope 124 Fernandez, Diego 171 Finney, Scott 95, 228, 229 Fischer, lesse 95, 171 Fisher, Megan 105 Fistolera, lohn 69, 118, 138, 146, 148, 149, 162 197 201 Fistolera, Natalie 95 Fleischer, Sunshine 95 Fleming, Elizabeth 95, 105, 118. 168. 169. 185 Fleming, Gregory 69, 145 Flint, Barbara 42, 139 Flint, Kim 42 Flores, Anthony 105, 140 Flores, Flores. Flores, Flores, Melanie 95, 130 Melissa 42, 128, 138 Randolph 70, 158, 159, 205 Steven 42, 156, 194, 204, 205, 206 Gonzalez, Leopoldo 82 Gonzalez, Marc 82, 155, 156 Gonzalez, Ruben 90 Goodman, Cindy 96 Gordon, Tracee 140 Graft, Samuel 82 Hernandez, Hilda 105 Hernandez. Hope 96, 146, 213 Hernandez, Rita 8, 77, 139 Hestily, Sherri 96. 124 Hewes, Eric 77 Heyman, left 97, 160, 181 Hodgin, Flynn, Sean 42, 77, 124. 138 Ford, lay 81, 155, 197 Ford, Michelle 42, 120, 140, 144 Forrester, Patricia 12, 42 Foster, Ielfrey 105 Foster, Shelli 48, 77, 139 For, Melissa 70 Fox, Tracye 82 Graieda, Michael 77 Graieda, Rebecca 96 Grant, Kevin 21, 82 Grant, Lisa 96 Franco, Franco, Franco, Freitas, lohn 82, 145 Lori 82 Terry 82 Laurie 95 French, Armond 70 French, Michael 105, 140, 193 Fries, Marc 26, 70, 138 Fries, Mona 70, 120, 167, 182, 183 Frisbee, Kenny 82, 180 Fritz, Stacey 95 Fritz, Thomas 77 Froberg, lonathon 82, 155 Fulmer, Brian 28, 42, 128, 131, 138, 184 Fulmer, Megan 82, 124, 138, 185 Gallagh Gagnos. Cheryl 14. 43. 44, 62. 140 Galarza . Mario 70 Galaviz, Marcos 95, 124 Galindo, Paul 70, 131 Galindo, Rosanna 95 er, lohnny 95 Grant, Nathan 82 Graul, Karl 44, 120 Graul, Matthew 14, 82, 120, 144 Gray, Brian 77 Gray, Michael 77 Gray, Tammy 64 Greaves, Brian 82, 226 Green, Marcie 79, 82, 90, 139, 167, 175, 182, 183, 210, 212 Greenall, Mark 78, 82 Grifhs, Sherry 105 Grifliths, Matthew 96 Grimmer, Katherine 82 Grissom, Kristin 82 Grodsky, letfrey 70 Guinn, Angella 8, 96, 229 Guinn, leanna 8, 77 Gutierrez, David 96, 160, 192, 193, 214 Gutierrez, Rita 44 Gutsch, Michelle 44, 115, 117, 120, 134, 135, 140, 167 Hacker, Marie 70, 138, 142, 228 Halley, Anthony 70, 120, 214 Halley, Jonathon 96, 160 Haines, Michael 45, 51, 140. 214 Hicks, Dawn 70 Hight, Victoria 97, 124, 127, 138, 143 er, Kevin 6, 45, 155, 190, 191 Hill, Dawn 46 Hightow Hinoios, Phillip 70 Hitt, Dustin 71, 140 Hu. Vua n71 Hobbs, Erin 105, 140 Serena 71 lenkins, Patricia 47, 139 lennings, Chris 71, 186 lensen, lesper 71, 137 lensen, Krystal 97, 140 lepson, lill 47 lernagan, Wayne 97, 145 lewell, Darryl 64, 153, 170, 171 lohanski, Iackie 83, 124 lohanski, lulie 83. 126, 145, 198 lolmson, Erin 97, 198 Hollman. Betsy 46. 138 Hogstad. Christoph 97. 124. 127. 143. 160. 181 Holden, Bryan 71 Holik, Vicki 71, 140 Hollingeworth, Cynthia 90 Holloway, Cynthia 71, 172, 173 Holmes, Aisha 97 Holmes, lenniler 71, 141, 132 Holzschuh, Craig 77 Holzschuh, Mark 105 Honeycutl, April 83 Hoover, Randy 8, 71, 146, 186 Hopper, Bruce 90 Hurt, Nick 97 Houk, Heidi 46, 138, 140, 142 Hounihan, lerome 97 Houston, Gina 83, 140 Houls, Brian 94, 97, 165 Houls, Kelly 46 Hover, Krista 138 How, Eric 46 Howard, Chuck 97, 193 Howard, Dave 77 Howard, Matthew 97 Howard, Gary 131, 138 lohnson lobnson . Glen 97, 197 , Heidi 97, 229 lohnson, lohn 83. 124. 165, 197 lohnson, lunior 90 lohnson, Keith 204, 205, 207 lohnson, Michael 41, 208 lohnson, Ryan 97 lohnson, Tammie 90 lohnson, Todd 32, 47, 155, 157, 186 187 lones, lones. tones, lones, lones. Innes. lones, , Patrick 97 , Roger 43, 64, 146 , Sean 145, 181 lones lones lones Charles 71 Craig 97 lack 6, 90 lerry 97, 124 Kristina Laurie 47 Mathew 71, 124, 226 Juarez, lorge 77, 90 luarez, lulie 83 lungwirth, Mary 97, 229 Iungwirth, Thomas 71, 170, 1 71 lystad, lason 97 Gallagher, Shandra 95, 140 Gallagher, Shane 43, 157, 177, 178 Gallamore, Tina 95, 140 Gallian, Stacie 140 Galloway, Cheri 70, 120 Galloway, Christina 82 Galvan, Anthony 82 Galvan, Nickolas 42, 124, 127, 143 Gamez. Billy 95 Hale, Tammy 45 Haley, Alexander 70, 72, 131, 138, 197, 274 Halim, Nasser 45 Hall, Amber 96 nan, criristoprl az Hall, Darin 105 Hall, Karla 105 Hall, Lauri 45 Hall, Traci 70, 138, 228 Howe, Paul 83 Hutt, Glenda 14, 71, 139, 228, 229 Hughes, Christy 77 Huidor, Miguel 97 Huidor, Oscar 6, 83, 138 Hulsey, lenniler 71, 120 Hulsey, lill 83, 113, 118, 120 Hulsey, Sean 77 Hunt, letl 46, 128 Hunt. Michelle 71 Garber, Shana 95, 124, 138, 198 Garcia, Bernadett 105 Garcia, Elren 95 Garcia, Leticia 82 Garcia, Monica 82 Garcia, Rachel 82, 140 Garcia, Rene 82 Garcia, Sergio 70 Garcia, Tracy 43, 140 Hamilton, Lisa 45, 140 Hamman, Ryan 124 Hampton, Eric 96, 160, 193 Hanna, Christine 96 Hannah, Bryan 90, 165 Hanson, Mia 68, 70, 136 Hanson, Steven 94, 96, 164, 165, 197 Hardcastle, Terri 82, 214 Hardwick, Devin 64 Garrison, David 105 Garster, Robert 82, 155, 208 Garza, Norman 82, 158, 159 Gayo, Brad 70, 138 Gear, Timmy 43, 140 Gear, Tina 70, 140 Giannandrea, Dino 96 Giannandrea. Vito 82, 155, 208 Gibbings, Kelley 82 Gibbs, Danny 43 Gibson, Amy 105 Gibson, Marc 43, 162 Giddings, Robert 96, 124 Gilbert, Kyle 82. 228, 229 Gilbuena, Angela 70 Giles, Kelly 43, 120, 132, 139, 141 Giotta, Pete 82, 180 Girnus, Vanessa 82, 110, 113, 132, 141 Glanville, Aaron 82 Glasgow, lustin 96 Glasgow, Kevin 96 Glaze, lawn 96. 140 Glenn, Suzanne 96 Hardwick, Dustin 70 Harkey, Kimberly 45, 124, 128, 143 Harper. lana 82 Harrell, Alec 70, 71, 138 Harrell, Elaine 82, 167, 182, 183, 210, 212 Harris, Harris, Harris. Harris, Daniel 96 Donavan 70, 162, 164, 197 Kimberlee 42 Shane 85 Huott, Kristen 46, 110, 113 Hutchins, Tracy 97 Hutson, Heidi 83 Hutson, Patricia 71, 73 Hwang, Kevin 46, 138 Hydash, Daniel 90, 159 Hydash, Trudy 90 Hyde, Ron 46 lbbs, Steven 97, 160 lcho, Denise 83 lde, Nathan 46. 162 Inlante, loyce 77, 139 Hart, Shae 70 Hashimoto, Kevin 105, 124, 143, 209 Hawkins, Kevin 96, 160 Hawkins, Kimberly 70, 138, 172, 173 Hayashi, Paul 45, 138 Hayashi, Roger 82, 138 Hayes, Melinda 83, 90, 138 Haysm Daniel 45 Hays, Elizabeth 45, 132, 141 Hays, Rory 14, 45, 134, 135, 146, 147, 221 Hayton, Chad 45 Hayton, Ryan 96 Head, lames 77 lteadrick, Maile 70, 138, 140, 148, 149, 224, 225 Irwin, K ellee 46 Isham, Margaret 71, 138, 140, Isolato, Andrea 77 Ithurralde, Nichole 71, 113 Ivy, Donna 64 Ivy. Kimberly 83, 213 lackson, Daren 83, 153 lackson, lenniler 83 224. 225 Kaiser, Vanessa 97 Karr, Mike 90 Kasdorl, Aaron 83, 188, 189 Kasdorl, lohn 47, 140 Kasdorl lr, Phillip 43, 47, 186, 187 Kassel, Amy 83, 113 Kassel, Andrea 48 Kaviani, Cristina 97, 124, 138, 229 Kaviani, Michael 71, 138, 146 Kearney, Criag 71, 155, 190 Keaster, lason 77 Kelling, Paul 105 Kelly, Colleen 97, 124, 127, 143, 169, 198 Kelly, Donald 83, 90, 128, 164, 197, 201 Kelly, Kristina 97, 140 Keney, Stacey 48 Kenison, Benny 77, 158 Kennedy, Stephanie 83 Kerley, Susie 83 Kerstan, Karen 48, 128 Kewallal, David 23, 48 Kidwell, Terry 71 Kilgore, Denise 97 Kincaid, Maria 98 King, lason 83 King, Steven 71, 120, 144, 177 Kirchmeier, Randal 98 Klindt, David 105 Kliss, Brian 98 Klotzing, Nina 64, 136, 138 Kneeland, David 83, 118, 159 Kneeland, Michael 105 Kneeland, Sara 77 Knight, lacquelin 83 Knowles, Christina 83 Knox, Tom 83, 222 Knudsen, Stine 71, 136 Komar. Tobias 83, 165, 197 Kong, Min 71 Konishi, Shannon 98, 160, 209 Korva, Anne 71, 136, 138. 173 Kolob, Ahmad 98, 140 Glick, loel 44, 155, 156, 157, 214 Glispey Gloria. Glynn, , Ryan 96 Priscilla 82. 140 lenniler 96 Goble, Grant 44, 138, 143, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179 Goble, Ryan 82, 138, 180 Godinez. Ricardo 105 Gomez, Carrie 96 Gomez, Deborah 105 Gomez, Gabriel 44, 124, 143 Gomez, lose 44, 136, 186, 214 Gomez, Marie 105 Gomez, Monica 96 Gomez, Paul 70, 190, 193 Gomez, Stella 82, 173, 213 Gomez, Teresa 44, 140 Gomez, Vincent 82, 159 Heath, Glenn 70, 71, 120, 138, 144, 148, 149, 197 Heath, Tricia 33, 45, 118, 120, 134, 135, 138, 140, 144 Heatherly, Ronald 83 Hebesha, Rasha 96, 140 Hedrick, lason 83, 155, 180, 208, 209 Heinemann, Wendy 70, 132, 140, 141 Henderson, Bobby 83, 120 Hendrix, Peter 83, 84, 165, 197 Hennemann, Christine 96, 124, 126. 142 Henniger, Kristin 96, 198 Henniger, Melissa 70 Hensley, lason 70 Hernandez, Alicia 45 Hernandez, Anthony 70, 158, 159 Hernandez, Anthony 96, 193 Hernandez, Christie 70, 140 Hernandez, Diahann 45 lackson. loseph 105 lackson, lulie 97 Jackson, Shawn 71 lackson, Wally 197 lacobo, Aniannett 105, 124 lacobs, Dolores 77 lacohsen, David 97 lacobsen, lenniler 71 lacobsen, Richard 97 lacobsma, Alisa 46, 120, 144 lacquart, Pamela 71, 139 lanca, Steve 83, 120, 206 lanuary. Monica 229 lasso, lason 47, 139, 205 lenan, Ioanne 47 lenan, Michael 83 lenkins, Craig 97 Kolob, Mike 72, 139 Krakow, Karen 98, 140 Krakow, Robin 84, 198 Kramer, Dawn 98, 124 Kramer, Patricia 72, 130, 131, 173. Kramer, Sharon 98, 218, 219 Krancher, Glenn 48, 52, 117, 217 Krancher, Sheldon 72, 214 Krstic, Nova 98 Krstic, Zivanka 72, 140 Krstic, Zivka 72, 140 Kubik, Kent 23, 72, 162, 197 Kuiper, Michael 6, 1 6, 48, 135, 194, 222 Kukas, lason 98, 124, 143, 160, 180, 181 Kumalac, Angela 48, 62, 140 Kuns, Leann 49, 110, 112, 113, 118, 139 Kuns, Sherrie 8, 49, 124, 138, 141 Nelson. Eric 4, 52, 162, 197 Kuykendall, Cory 69, 72, 159 Kyker, Dawn 84 La Plante, Kelly 84 Lacy, Maxine 84, 132, 141 Lai, Tina 98 Lalanne, Michael 72, 120, 124 talanne, Timothy 99, 124, 143 Lampman, Lisa 84 Lancaster, Deann 79, 84, 167, 182, Lane, Michael 49, 186, 187 Lane, Tamara 84 Laney, David 84, 120, 159 Lanser, Gordon 105 Lappegaard, Danielle 72, 110, 112, Lara, Norberto 98 Lara, Ruben 64 Lara, Valarie 98 Larsen, Erin 8, 32, 37, 49, 138 Larsen, Sean 14, 84, 141, 188, 189 Lausman, lorry 47, 49, 118 Lavinder, Kenneth 77 Lawson, Debra 49, 110, 112, 113 Lawson, lohn 98 Layne, Michelle 98 Le, Anh 49, 186 Leach, lulie 84 Leak, Barry 84, 142 Leak, Debbie 49, 51, 139 tedbetter, Denise 49, 139 Lee, Darren 84, 124 Lee, I-Chiu 84, 138 Lee, Kwok Viu 49 Lee, Lisa 84 Lee, Michelle 84, 140 LeeThomas, Tori 84, 198 Legra, Alexander 77 Lehman, Tully 49, 124, 143, 171 lemus, Carlos 72, 128, 141 Leonard, Lori 98, 124 Lepore, Gina 72, 77, 131, 138, 139 Lewis, Donnie 49 Lewis, Stacey 83, 84, 124, 126 Li, Henry 28, 72, 138 Lilly, Dennis 72 Lin, Yong 98, 138, 142 Lindsay. Robert 6. 131. 162. 72. 14 Linn, Amy 140, 84 Little, lennifer 49, 139 Lizardo. Sedlia 84, 124, 127, 198 Llamas, Marisa 98 Lo Grasso, Brian 84 Lockhart. Matthew 84 Lomeli, Greg 84, 109, 180, 208 Longoria, lerome 98, 189 Lopes, Lopes. Lopez. , Anna 98 Lopez Lopez, Lopez, Lopez. Lopez, lopez, Shanna 84, 105 Suzann 105 Angie 98 Christina 98 Diana 49, 139 Gilberto 38, 150, 124, 138, 143 Kelli 72 Mike 72 183, 185, 212, 213 113. 138 8, 149, 197 Loveioy. Verna 77 Lovenberg, Eric 98, 188, 189 Lovero, lason 72, 155 Loyd, Amber 84, 138, 140, 168, 212 Loyd, Rodd 72, 190 Lucas, Wesley 84, 159 Luisi, Kevin 84, 140 Luisi, Nick 98, 160, 161, 192 Lumen, Philip 84, 120 Lundberg, Robbie 98 Lundberg, Todd 50, 128 Lundy, Brian 98, 165, 194, 202 Lundy, Dawn 72 Lykins, Danny 77, 140 Lynch, Daren 77 Lynn, Ron 109 Mac Dannald, Sarah 72, 140 Mackey, lesse Mackey, Todd 72, 120, 138 Madrigal, Hilda 77 ' Magness, Douglas 64, 205 Maguill, lames 28, 50, 120, 132, 138, 141, 144 Maguy, Charles 50, 64, 134, 135, 138, 153, 162, 197 Maguy, William 98, 138, 162, 187, 197 Main, Gerald 50, 140 Malcolm, Richard 64, 140 Malcolm, Wayne 64, 140 Maldonado, Manuel 72, 171 Malek, Dameon 98, 171 Malek, Desiree 84 Malloy, lames 84 Manfredi, David 84, 145 Manlredi, Gina 50 Mangine, lenniler 105 Mangum, Scott 50, 128 Mannon, Aaron 98, 160 Mano, Christoph 99, 160 Mantuano, Peter 228 Manuele, loseph 99, 171 Maples, Deann 33, 50 Markham, Lia 84, 145 Markley, lanine 99 Marks, Robin 77 Markwardt, Edward 28, 72, 128, 138, 171 Marquez, Evelyn 99, 140 Marquez, lacquelin 80, 90 Marquez, Michelle 84 Marquez, Yvette 90, 140 Marston, Shawna 72 Martell, Chad 84, 139, 140 Ahrtin, Carrie 99, 168, 182, 213 Marlin, lason 99, 189 Martinez, Antoinett 72 Martinez, Edward 72, 193 Martinez, lane 105, 140 Martiiez, lay 105 Martinez, Michael 105, 140, 171 Martinez, Patrick 77 Martinez, Ralael 72, 171 Martinez, Richard 99 Martinez, Rosa 99 Martone, Stefani 72 Martino, Matthew 105 Marvin, Daniel 145, 197 Marvin, lennifer 28, 50, 138, 140, 198 Marquez, lsaac 105 Mascorro, Armando 99 Mason, Laura 77 Mason, Stacey 139 Massey, Sean 188, 189 Masters, Shane 77 Matherly, Shawna 99, 124, 127, 138 Mathis, Edwin 77 Mathis, Kevin 140 Mathis, Melinda 99, 140 Matuano, Peter 99 Matz, Neil 138 Maxwell, Andrew 132, 141 Maxwell, Steve 50 Mayfield, Lori 8, 50, 128, 131 Mayfield, Steven 77 Mayhew, Cheryl 105 Mayhew, Kimberley 105 Maza, Gregory 72, 124 Maze, Gretchen 162, 198 Mc Aulille, Kevin 50, 120, 155, 157 Mc Aulille, Rita 99, 213 Mc Carthy, Michael 72, 77, 138, 186 Mc Clain, Brodie 99, 160, 161, 222 Mc Clelland, Chad 99 Mc Clung, Grant 140 Mc Curry, Michael 158, 159, 208 Mc Kay, Lisa 90 Mc Lain, Ryan 99, 124, 188, 189, 209 Mc Nabb, lonathan 77 Mc Nealley, Chris 51 Mc Nitt, Andrea 90 Mc Phail, Ronald 72 Mc Quilliams, Lee 105 Mc Williams, Shawna 139 Medina, Andre 90, 140, 159 Medina, Frank 72, 140 Medina, Petra 105 Meeks, Robert 159 Mehrten, lulie 72, 120, 138, 144, 153, 172, 173 Melia, Richard 105 Mekeel, Natalie 73, 140 Mendonca, Melody 113 Mendonca, Stacey 73, 167, 212 Mendoza, Doris 142 Mendoza, Esmeralda 99 Mendoza, Samuel 43, 64, 140, 153, 155, 157 Meraz, Grace 99, 169, 185, 224, 225 Meraz, Patrick 139, 188, 189, 226 Merchant, Mark 105, 160 Merriott, Vernon 51, 162, 197 Merritt, Shannon 51, 124, 140 Messinger, Kevin 124 Messinger, Scott 51, 124 Metzger, Larry 51, 124, 138, 143, 155, 156 Middlebrooks, Stacy 145 Milavich, Kristine 73, 132, 141 Miller. Barney 99 Miller, David 159 Miller, Holly 139 Miller, lesse 105 Miller, Kimberly 140 Miller, Kimberly 99, 229 Miller, Rebecca 23, 64 Miller, Shauna 51 Miller, Stephen 73, 138 Million, Rebecca 99, 124. 143, 169 Mills, Melissa 99, 132, 141, 142 Mills, Melvin 77 Minatta, Tina 51, 110, 113, 120, 145 Miranda, lsidro 77 Mitchell, lohn 73 Modrak Moffett Molina, Mollsen Moody, Moody, 740041. Moore, Moore, Moore, , Diana 99, 142 , Chris 99, 124, 160 Vanessa 73 , Stacey 14, 73, 75, 109, 120, 132, 141 Grant 51, 120, 140, 144, 155, 157 lana 99 Stefanie 99, 105, 138 Earl 124 Jason 77, 226 Patricia 99 Mora, loseph 99, 145 Moreno, Dolores, 99 144, 169 Moreno, Gina 90 Morgan, lulie 99 Morin, Michael Morphis, Rhonda 90 Morris, Morris, Morris, Dana 99 Tonya 99. 142. 229 Victoria 73, 76, 124, 138, 228, 229 Moseley, laned 177 Moseley, lustin 177 Mounke Mounke s, Heather 11, 52, 124, 126, 131 s, Kevin 99, 124, 127, 143, 160 Mueller, Eric 100 Mueller, Michael 73, 177, 105, 207 Mullen, Munoz, Munoz. Munol. Munoz. Murch, Myers. Nadura Nadura Nagel, Nagel. Nanez, David 155 Francisco 73 loel 90, 140 lohn 52 Roman 140, 159, 208 Stacy 138 Steven 105 , lohn 42, 140 . laura 100, 124, 138, 167, 168, 18' Scott 73 Shawna 5Zfq luan 105, 160 Natal, Ana Maria 52, 138, 140 Navarrette, Ricky 64 Navarrette, laime 105 Navarrette, Richard 90 Nave, Kristen 73, 110, 112, 113 Neal, Susan 14, 52, 55, 140 Nee, Aaron 52, 120, 142 Negard, lelfry 100 Nelson, Brandy 73, 140 Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson. Nelson. Nesbitt Nesbitt Katrina 12, 53, 198, 202 Kimberly 120. 138. 168. 182, 183, 185, 212, 213 Kristin 73, 168, 182 Michelle 105 Scott 73, 120, 138, 155, 157, 177, 178, 179 Wendi 100, 142, 198 , Lee 155, 175, 190, 191, 193 , Matt 100, 160 Nettles, Leanna 53, 120, 128, 135, 144, 153, 167 Nettles. Nanette 73. 138 New, R obin 53 Newkirk, Heather 169, 229 Newkirk, ludith 100, 124 Newma Newma n. lavier 77 n. Stacy 100 Ngo, Ke 73 ui 73. 138. 145 Nicholson, Mnnnee 53, 140 Nielsen Nielsen Nilmeie Nilmeie Nino, E . Jason 159 , Vern 73 r, Laurie 73 r, Richard 53, 155 lena 73, 228 Nix, Brian 53 Nix, lulia 90 Nixon, Nobles. Noel, A loana 100 Scott 53, 140 nne 100. 169. 184, 185 Noel, Bryan 86, 159, 222 Noel, Gina 73, 124, 138, 146 Noel, Patrick 8, 14, 64, 109, 132, 138, 140 Nothstein, Scott 64 Nothestein, Tabatha 90 Nunes, Brent 100, 145 Nunes, Susan 86, 90, 132, 141 Nunes, Thomas 11, 73, 217 Nunez, Steven 100, 160 Nungaray, Rosendo 73, 190 Nutter, Kristi 86, 132, 141 0'Bosky, Loretta 73, 140 O'Brien, Mary 100, 144 O'Shields, Chris 100 Ochoa, Diana 53, 112, 113, 120 Ochoa, loe 73, 155 Ochoa, Ramiro 100, 160, 161, 209 Ochoa, Shelley 86, 124, 126 Odle, loanna 64 Ogden, NoahtTreJ 73 Oldfield, Hollie 100, 169, 185 Oliveira, Dawn 73, 126, 140 Oliveira, Dawn 73 Oliveira, Michael 53 Olson, Kevin 86, 217 Ontiveros, Danny 86 Ontiveros, Denise 73, 140 Oppedyk, Iolrn 100 Oppedyk, Sherri 100 Onelas, lames 77 Ornelas, Rosemary 86 Ortega, lohn 73 Ortiz, lenniler 100 Orton, Leecia 51, 53, 131 Osorio, Anthony 105 Osorio, Cecilia 100 Osterbauer, Robert 73, 159 Otero, Oliver 100 Oviedo, Anthony 53 Owens, Charles 53 Pace, Michael 38 Pacheco, Cathy 74, 139, 140 Pacheco, Donald 53, 193 Pacolslry, Todd 86, 139, 142, 165, 197 Padgett, Katherine 4, 64, 139 Paine, Stephen 86, 193 Palomino, Debra 74, 139 Palomino, lohn 53, 139, 155, 157, 190, 191 Parady, Kathy 74, 228, 229 Parham, Matthew 77 Parish, Matthew 53 Parisi, Mario 100 Park, Katalina 77 Parker, Lori 100, 142 Pakrer, Todd 74, 159 Parra, Calistro 100 Parra, Evangelin 100 Parsley, lames 34, 52, 54, 117 Parsley, lodi 100 Partridge, Brian 54, 186, 187 Partridge, Dawn 86 Patterson, Tracy 100 Patoon, Denise 74 Patzer, Susan 74, 131 Paxton, Pamela 86, 145, 168, 185, 212 Pearson, Shanna 54 Peck, Adam 74, 76, 177, 208 Peck, Bryan 90, 159, 193 Peck, lamie 54, 140, 155 Peden, David 74, 146, 186, 187, 189 Pedroza, Tina 74, 139 Pena, Corina 100, 140 Pena, Dora 74, 140 Pena, Federico 90 Pena, lulie 54 Pena, Richard 159 Pendergast, Bradley 74, 155, 157, 177 Penner, Flower 86, 140 Pereira, Christina 100, 213 Pereira, Lisa 86 Pereira, Melissa 54, 140, 210, 212 Pereira, Stephanie 54, 140 Perez, David 100, 160 Perez, lohn 139, 155, 205 Perez, Tony 86 Perry, Stacey 100 Peterson, Christoph 86, 222 Phelps, lason 86, 190 Phelps, Thomas 86 Streeper, Rodney 103 Phillips, loshua 100 Philips, Keny 100 Phillips, Michael 154 Phillips, Randy 54, 139 Phillips, Ursula 54 Pickering, Michelle 74 Pierson, lanelle 86 Pimenlal, Brian 100, 189 Pimental, lames 74 Pitman, Clenn 74, 171 Pitts, Steven 86 Pool, Butty 74 Poole, Darin 100 Pope, Devra 54 Pope, Eric 86 Ricketts, Tammy 101 Rider, Glenn 64 Riegel, Marc 101 Rinehart, leltrey 74 Ringler, Neal 101 Ritchie, lordan 101 Roach, Regina 101 Roberts, Kathleen 74, 146 Roberts, Kindra 74 Roberts, Stacia 74, 131, 135 Robertson, Heather 87 Robertson, Wiliam 74, 140 Robinson, Ryan 145 Robison, lohn 105, 140, 209 Robles, Adrian 74, 120, 144, 159, 180 Rodriguez, Cheyenne 101 Pope, Vflliam 54 Popplewell, Paul 64 Porter, Christine 86 Porter, Danielle 101, 198, 202 Posyluzny, Stephanie 55 Powell, Allison 64, 138, 139 Powell, l ana 97, 101, 124 Powell, Dewayne 105 Prado. Danny 101 Presser, Kevin 90 Presser, Kimberly 55 Price, Ca Price, Da sey 101 vid 86, 138 Price, Dawn 74 Price, Vlendy 74, 140, 213 Pritchett, Nick 11, 74, 159 Priuska, Eric 64, 124 Prothtt, Ralph 101 Pulten, Carl 105 Putter. P Quach, V aula 101 irginia 101 Queior, Timmy 105 Quesada. Michael 77, 140 Quinn, Kathy 86, 124, 126 Quinones, Maria 101 Quinones, Michael 64 Quintana, Ricardo 101 Quintero, Quintero. Quintero, Quinton. Quinton. Quinton, Celina 74, 140, 167, 210, 212 Ray 101 Tony 101 Arick 105, 124 Aaron 74 Austin 90 Quiroz, Nancy 55 Quiroz, V eronica 90 Radish, Rhonda 86, 113, 118, 145 Rainwater, Gina 8, 55, 61, 139 Rainwater, Melissa 101 Ramirez, Eddie 105 Ramos, Dora 86, 141, 173 Rank, Brandon 101, 124, 189 Rasmussen. Mark 28. 55, 128, 131, 138 Rasmussen. Stephen 101, 197 Rasner, luan 139, 74 Rasner, Ricardo 86, 188, 189 Rather, Steven 101 Rawson, lustin 140 Ray, lettrey 74, 86, 140 Ray, Katrina 86 Rayheld, Rayfield, Raygoza, George 74, 159 lames 86 lulie 77 Rayl, David 55 Rayos, Celestino 101 Recendez, Allison 101 Reed, lohn 74, 124, 140, 143 Reeder, Michelle 55 Renleria. Renleria, Replogle, Henry 105, 140 Patricia 86 Rebecca 55, 138 Robles, Rocha, Rocha, Rocha, Rocha, Kenny 77 David 90 Francisco 88 Laura 77 Lucia 105 Rodriguez, Chris 58 Rodriguez, Diane 101 Rodriguez, Dyana 101 Rodriguez, loann 101 Rodriguez, Pain 102 Rodriguez, Romeo 105, 160 Rodriguez, Santiago 102 Roias, lavier 105, 160 Rojas, lose 102, 160 Roldan, Kathryn 87, 173, 194, 221 Roldan, Robert 52, 58, 115, 117, 194 Rollo, Anna 87, 138 Romero, Daniel 87 Romo, Carlos 102 Root, lanet 87 Root, loy 87 Rose, Carl 77 Rose, Rebecca 102 Rose, Steven 102 Roth, Sophi 74, 110, 113, 120, 144, 1 Rowland, Rlbert 77 Rowley, Libby 90 Rozas, Adam 87, 171 Rubalcaba, Pedro 87, 171 Rudd, lulie 74, 139 Roddy, David 87, 139 Rudig, lames 33, 47, 48, 134, 134, 157, 186, 187 Rudig, Steven 74, 197 Rue, Frank 102, 209 Rue, Ruben 74, 124, 143 Rullner, Michelle 58, 110, 113, 120 Run. David 87, 193 Ruiz, Gloria 75 98 Russilano, Reney 87, 145 Rulh, Michael 102 Ryan, leremy 87 Ryan, Kelly 58, 120, 140, 144, 212 Sachau, Michael 90, 120, 155 Sachau, Teresa 87, 144 Sadac, Allan 102, 124 Saddig, Tarrig 186 Saechao, Chiew 75 Saechao, Sharm 64 Saenz, Veronica 75 Saenz, Yvonne 102 Salazar, Brendan 102, 124, 140, 160 Salazar, Patricia 87, 173 Salazar, Raul 105 Saldana, Manuel 87, 140 Salha, Tammy 102 Salierno, Slelani 58, 113 Salinas, Rene 90, 159 Salmeron, leny 102 Salmeron, lose 87, 90 Salmeron, luan 87 Salmeron, Richard 77 Salsido, Veronica 87 Salyer, Melanie 102 Samuels, Tracy 102, 124, 126, 198 Replogle, Sean 101, 228 Reyes, Lisa 101 Reynolds, Shane 90 Reynolds, Syrenna 58. 128, Rhodes, Mark 58 Rhodes, Phillip 86, 159 Rich, Caryn 101 Richardson, Brenda 145 Richardson, David 87 Richardson, Devan 87 Richardson, Todd 87, 208 Ricketts, Amelia 132, 141, 130, 136, 194, 198, 202, 274 145 Sanborn Sanborn . llealher 77 , Roger 105, 160 Sanches, David 139 Sanders, Lori 59, 120, 139, 140, 141 Sanders, Todd 102, 171, 181 Santa Maria, Aleiandra 102 Sato, Yuki 75, 228 Satre, Lisa 59 Saucedo, Francisco 59, 139 Saucedo, lames 59 Saucedo, lessica 87 Schafer, Daria 75. 136, 137, 139, 224, 138, 148, 149, 155, 225 Schnauler, Amy 59 Schnauter, Annie 87, 109, 229 Scholield, David 75, 124, 180 Schofield, lodi 48, 59 Schofield, Wendi 87, 142 Sehoolcraft, Scott 59 Scianna, lulle 90 Scoggins, lessica 102, 124, 127 Scott, lenniter 102 Scott, Karla 90 Scott, Michael 75 Scrimshire, Gayla 105 Searcy, Stacy 59 Sebastian, Sabrina 87, 132, 139 Sedillo, Narcy 102, 193, 209 Sellers, Stephanie 102, 145 Seright, lenniler 87, 138, 198 Severns, Curtis 102 Seymore, Daniel 77, 140 Seymore, Travis 102, 138, 140, 145, 192, 193, 209 Shackleton, Debra 59, 113, 212 Shandra, Anna 77 Shannon, Charles 64, 171 Sharpe, Bob 105, 197 Shaw, lay 102, 188, 189 Shaw, Robert 87, 140, 159 Shawn, Robert 64 Shelton. David 43, 59, 139, 155, 157, 186. 187 Shelton, Leo 105 Shepard, lames 77, 109, 149, 186, 189 Shepherd, David 59, 120, 145 Shepherd, Kristi 87, 124 Sherrill, Andrea 87, 124 Shockley, Titfany 87, 120 Shook, Clitt 87, 140, 145 Shulelt, Margie 51, 60, 138, 143, 221 Shulman, rod 75, 109, 159, 229 Sibbell, Stephanie 91, 105, 109, 138 Sidebottom, Kim 60, 124, 126 Sills, Michael 102 Silva, lason 87 Silvas, Marty 77, 155, 228 Silveira, loe 75 Simonelli, loy 102, 139 Simpson, Kendra 87, 124 Simpson, Kirk 87 Sinclair, Samantha 78, 88, 218 Sinor, Mike 77, 155, 228, 229 Slaughter, Beth 75, 120 Smelser, Christian 102, 197 Smlth, Andrea 88 Smith, Devon 102, 140 Smith, Donald 75, 120, 144, 186, 187 Smith, Douglas 102, 140, 160, 193 Smith, Dwayne 77, 140 Smith, llarold 60, 120, 144, 187 Smith, lames 102 Smith, lamie 77, 190 Smith, lay 160 Smith, lelfrey 11, 60, 205 Smith, lenniler 102 Smith, lenny 102, 140 Smith, Laura 88 Smith, Marc 105 Smith, Robert 25, 60, 118, 139 Smith, Scott 102, 140 Smith, Tricia 88, 140 Solis, Patrick 105 Solis, Rosa 16, 75. 135, 139, 172, 173, 219 Solis, Sandra 8 Somersett, loshua 105 Sorensen, lason 102, 160 Soto, Louie 102, 145, 209 Souza, Daniel 88 Souza, David 88 Sowers, Annalyn 90 Spano, Stacey 25, 75, 139 Spears, laquelln 88, 138, 228 Speidell, Kimberly 90 Spellman, Stacy 75, 131 Spencer, Kelly 103 Spires, Michael 64, 140 Spires, Sarah 130 Spivey, Greg 77, 140 Spivey, Kevin 105 Springmeyer, Melissa 88 Stattord, lason 88, 159 Staltord, Tracy 103 Stair, Deanne 88, 139, 198 Standley, David 103, 160 Standridge, Rachele 90 Stanger, Troy 75 Starling, lason 105, 124, 140 Stephens, Amy 75 Stephens, Rena 103. 140, 173 Stephens, Ronald 103, 189 Stephens, shawn 159 Sterling, Scott 103, 171, 217 Stevens, Dena 14, 55, 60, 110, 113, 194, 198 Stevens, Nathan 103, 165, 197 Stevenson, lulie 105 Stieers, Kenneth 77, 159 Stine, Rhonda 88, 212 Stockbridge, Kenneth 103 Stollels, Garett 88, 120, 197 Story, Michelle 103, 118 Stolesbery. Lori 88, 198 Stout, Devin 75, 159 Stovall, Brian 60, 124, 138, 143, 175, 186, 187, 189 Stricklin, Charles Stuhhleheld, Thad 105, 140, 160, 161 Sullivan, Vlendi 103, 124, 168, 169, 185, 221 Summers, Darrell 103 Summers, lohnathon 75 Summers, Richard 88 Sumpter, Timothy 77, 139, 140 Sundstrom, lenniler 4, 75, 132, 141 Surratt, Rlchard 60, 140 Sustaita, loe 103 Suzor, Michael 103, 140 Swartzlander, Kevin 75, 120, 145 Svrearingen, Brandi 103 Tait, Alicla 60, 140, 141 Taltata, Michael 28, 60, 124, 138, 143, 177 Talbot, Darren 21, 60 Talbot, Kelly 103, 124 Tate, Stacie, 103, 140, 144 Tate, Tracie 103, 132 Taylor, Ryan 103, 124, 160, 180, 181 Teal, Sheryl 88 Tellechea, Deanna 88, 132, 141 Tennison, Sonya 88 Tercero, lavier 88 Terrian, lennlfer 88, 124, 215 Terrones, llelen 60 Terry, Darcy 88, 144 Thatcher, Kim 26, 60 Thatcher, Reed 90 Thayer, Robert 60, 140 Thomas, Archie Thomas, Eric 75, 109, 159 Thomas, Lisa 103, 124, 126 Thomas , Spencer 103, 189 Thompson, lason 60, 124, 186, 187 Thomton, lason 60, 124, 186, 187 Thomton, Tim 60, 138, 176, 177, 178, 179, 205 Tigulo, Lode 88, 124, 126 Tilley, Erick 90, 140, 159, 205 Tilley. Leland 75, 120, 156, 159, 176, 177, Tiss, Andy 61, 183, 206 Todd, Karen 103, 124, 126, 140, 144, 213 Toledo, Derek 75 Toomey. Christine 61 Toovey. Dana 88, 139 Torres, Alma 77 Torres. Torres. Torres. Torres, Torres, Christina 103, 109 loe 75, 159 Letlcia 103 Marie 103 Sergio 105, 160 Tosehi, lames 88, 138, 228 Trammell, Susan 88 Treis, Robert 105 Tripp, Travis 88, 124 Throwbridge, Cindy 88, 132, 141, 198 Troy, Ryan 103, 160, 161, 180, 181, 207 Trulli, lenniler 8, 37, 61, 138 Truong, Tucker, Nhat 103 Sherri 75 Tully, Brian 75 Tunnell, Turner, Turner, Turner, Robert 88, 155 left 103, 140 lill 61, 139 Loren 90, 139 Turner, Vlendy 75 Ulloa, Elizabeth 103 Underwood, lulie 75 Urton, Bryon 61, 124, 214 Utley, Donna 61, 139, 140 178. 179 Zayas, Vaca, lavier 103, 160 Valdez, Mendy 103, 140 Valdez, Sandra 75, 131, 218 Valdez, Tammy 75, 131 Valentine, Kimberly 75 Valentine, Lisa 103, 144 Valentino, lill 75 Vallabh, ltaiesh 88 Valles, Vincent 103 Van Dellen, Andrew 77 Van Deventer, Charles 66, 75, 138 Van Deventer, leremy 104 Van Elswyk, Lisa 61, 128, 140 Van Groningen, Lisa 4, 12, 61, 139 Vanciel. Brian 88 Varela, Marshall 104, 181 Vargas, Beatriz 88 Vargas, Robin 104, 229 Varner, lason 58, 62, 118, 162, 197 Varner, Kelli 6, 76, 138, 198 Vasey, Hope 104 Vasquez, Anna 104, 140 Vasquez, Anthony 64 Vasquez, Conrad 62 Vasquez, Eddie 77 Vasquez, Liz 104, 144 Vasquez, Mary 62 Vasquez. Stephen 62. 139 Vasquez, 'tracy 76, 140 Vasquez, Vanessa 77 Vega, Elizabeth 76, 140 Velasquez, Anna 88 Velasquez. Lawrence 88, 139. 222 Velasquez, Sergio 105 Venegas, lesse 90, 159 Venegas, luan 77, 159 Venegas, Maria 104 Venegas, Narcisso 90 Vengley, leflrey 104, 160, 222 Vera, Esther 104. 144 Verissimo, Tamara 76 Vierra, Michelle 4, 62 Villalobos, Monique 88, 139 Villanueva, Marcia 104 Vincent, Elaine 62 Vinson, Virginia 76 Vinyard, Pam 76, 140 Vitale, Clark 90 Vo, Be 88 Vo, Ly 62 Vodak, Dustin 140 Vogt, Tamara 76, 167 Vonada, Tanya 89, 145 Vongpanya, Khamin 64 Wade, Melanie 89, 132, 141 Wagner, lellrey 104 Walker, lason 100, 124 Walker, luIiAnna 77, 140 Walker, Michelle 77, 140 Wall, Michael 62, 145, 194 Wall, Stephen 89 Wallace, Gary 23, 63 Wallace, Shannah 89 Wallis, David 104 Walls, Lovetta 90 Walters, Megan 104 Ward, Denise 89 Wardell, Tara 76 Warren, lon 76, 194, 226 Waters. lulie 76, 138, 168 Weaver, Brandon 104, 164, 197 Weaver, Danice 198 Webb, lenniler 104 White, lason 89 White, Ronald 76 White, Stephen 76 Whitley, Shane 104 Whitley, Shannon 38, 63, 128 Whitworlh, Lana 89 Wicks, Robin 89, 140 Widener, Melissa 89 Wiehl, Michael 76, 109, 162, 197 Wiley, lanette 55, 76, 138, 148, 149 Wiley, Stephen 104, 105, 138, 160, 161 Wildey, Melissa 64 Williams, Eric 77 Williams, Gary 89, 145 Williams. Stephen 8. 34. 43, 68. 124. 143. Williams, loby 76 Williamson, Melanie 76 Williamson, Melissa 76 Willmore, Brendan 104 Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson. Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Christoph 89, 159 Howard 104, 140, 160, 161, 209 Kenneth 104 Kristi 89 Linda 63 Phillip 89. 139, 165 Sabrina 104, 140, 145 Steven 89, 140 Timothy 104, 160 Wendy 76, 89, 138, 140, 228 Winslow, Carrie 89 Winslow, Wendy 89 Winter, Brian 89 Winter, Gregory 94, 104, 129, 197, 201 Witte, Cara 63, 138 Witte, Curtis 89 Woltring, Ronald 89, 188, 189 Womack, Krista 76, 139 Wong, lennie 104, 138, 169 Woodfill, Kenny 77 Woodrow, Barbara 104, 140 Woodrow, Loren 76, 120 Woodrow, Tammy 76, 140 Woods, Deedra 104, 124, 229 Woods, Ginger 76, 140 Woods, Tina 76, 124 Woody, Charles 76, 205, 207 Workman, Kimberly 76 Wray, Candace 104 Wray, Chris 89 Wright, David 63 Wright, lell 4, 52, 63, 117, 139 Wright, lenniier 104, 105, 118, 173, 221 Wright, Kerry 6, 77, 90 Wright, Shannon 229 wngin , Steven 89, 140, 159 Yale, Lorie 76 Yancey, Laura Yarbery, Christy 89 Yaws, Dena 76 Yeater, Karl 89 Vocum, Brice 89, 189, 197 Yoo, lean 89, 139, 169, 228 York, Susie 104 Young, Young, Young, Young, Young, Donald 8, 61, 63, 136, 137, 138 Kimberly 63 Phillip 63, 120, 144 Russell 89, 159 Stephanie 76 Kim 104, 142 Webb, Kevin 28, 63, 128, 138 Weber, Kimberly 89 Webster, Nicky 89 Weisenborn, Criag 105 Wells, lulie 76 Welty, Deborah 89, 90, 167, 182. 183, 212, 214, 221 Welty, Melissa 63, 140 Westman, Eric 104 Weston, Ronetta 77 Whala, Arron 77 Whipple, lenniler 104 Whisenant, Delphia 89, White, Daniel 104, 142 124, 126, 172, 173, 218 Zelaya, Ana 76 Zepeda, Mirna 89 Zhong, Suzy 104 Zieman, Kelly 64, 140 Dllges, Shawna 104, 124 Zotti, Anthony 90, 140 Zotti, Brandy 104, 173 Zotti, Desiree 104, 169, 184, 185 Faculty 147. 162 Allan, Andy 20 Anderson, Maureen 20 Angeles, Tony 225 Ash, Doug 20 Audino, Karlene 20 Ayres, Margaret 28 Baily, Ross 155 Balderama, Martha 28 Beacom, lohn 20 Benway, Dave 20 Berry, Grady 20 Blackburn, Marris 29 Boley, Patricia 28 Bonar, Mark 20, 161 Borges, Les 20, 222 Bradley, Lynda 20, 140 Brett, lanell 20, 139, 141 Brewster, Cynthia 28 Bronzan, Donna 167 Burke, Bob 20 Burke, Brenda 20, 140 Burke. Charles 29 Calmese, Frank 155 Carroll-Mahan, Kathy 20, 169, 184, 185 Casale, Charlie 21, 155 Cloer, Dan 21 Corliss, Pam 21, 131 Daugherty, Art 21 Davis. Bill 29 Dichera, Chuck 21, 28 Dineley, Larry 29 Downs, Peggy 21, 27 Drake, Glen 21 Dunlap, George 21 Dyar, Steve 28 Ellis, Robert 21 Feaver, Claude 21, 27 French, Sara 21, 132 Floyd, Nancy 28 Garcia, Fred 21 Garster, Dan 160, 161 Gonzales, Paula 28 Goulart, Kathy 28 Grail, Bob 21 Graves, Donna 28 Gutierres, Lupe 21 Hadley, losh 21 llamman, Sara 28, 120, 123, 144 Harabedolf, Ana 29 Hernandez, Ray 22, 190, 191. 193 Hess, lohn 22 llill, Ken 22, 158, 159 Holer, Dwight 22 Holguin, Manuel 22 Holmes, Roger 22, 140 Huckabay, lohn 22, 158, 159, 176 Huston, Ed 22, 150 lrwin, Dennis 26, 158, 159 lackson, Dan 22, 120, 123, 144 laramillo, Liz 28 lansen, Patricia 28 laurequi, Betty 29 Johnson, Peggy 220 Karlea, Bonnie 22, 138 Kasparian, Danna 22, 138 Kaviani, Leah 22 Kennedy, Connie 22 llildow, Karl 22, 176 Kline, Dave 185, 189 Kuykendall, Bill 23, 176, 177 Lahmann, Steve 23 Lane,1oe 23, 155, 190. 192, 193 Le, Ky 29 Litchlield, Pauline 23 Loomis, Mary 23 Loyd, Ron 23, 139 McDonnell, lim 23, 173 McEachern, Cora 23 McKee, Valerie 26 McNult, Esmond 23, 27 Mana, Paul 23 Mann, Norma 23 Martinez, Virginia 28 Mathews, Eleanor 29 Moody, Shirlene 23 Moos, Helen 26 Morrelli, Penney 23, 140 Naylor, loy 23, 139 Neal, Mike 23, 198 Nelson, Suzanne 24 Nucknls, Patsy 29 Olivas, Louis 29 Pasquini, Henry 24, 134, Pasquini, Sue 24 135 Pendergast, Skip 155, 183, 212 Penton, lluey 29 Perez, Rosemary, 29 Perry, Orvil 24 Phillips, Cheri 26, 29 Piotrovrski, Dave 24, 124, 142, 209 Pipe, Keeble 24, 186 Plett, lohn 24 Probst, Leo 29 Quantrell, Sharon 29 Ralhbome, Ed 29 Rex, Robert 24 Riberio, Margie 29 Rodriguez, lou 29 Rodriguez, Lou 29 Rodriguez, Steve 29 Rogers, Steve 17, 24, 139 Roldan, Hank 24 llossetti, loanne 26, 29 Rountree, Mary Ann 24 ltudoll, Doug 24, 171 Sanchez, Mikd 26 Sandoval, Ben 24 Savage, Merritt 24 Scaliide, Pete 142 Schmall, Fred 24 Shahzade, Art 25 Sheesley, Gene 25 Shepherd, Dick 25 Short, Elaine 25, 132 Simpson, Dean 25, 128, 129 Smith, Mary 25, 139 Souza, Anna 29 Stephens, Gig 25, 158, 159, 208 Stevens, Maury 25, 165, 198 Suess, Gerry 25 Sutton, Carolyn 25 Swartzlander, Lynne 29 Sylvia, lohn 25, 140 Tanner, Sara 25 lebeau, Frank 25 Thornton, Troy 29 Tilley, Chris 160, 209 lirroco, lohn 29 Vandergritf, Hilda 29 Villa, Nellie 29 Villanueva, Doreen 25 Vogt, Mike 25, 155, 183, 214 Wauchope, Tom 26 Walkowiak, lerry 26 Waymack, Cheryl 26, 139 Whitlield, Mary 26 Wight, Criag 26 Williams, Gerlad 29 Williams, Wilma 26 Winterton, Vicki 26 Winey, Tim 142 Wood, David 26 Yamamoto, Walter 26 Zavattari, lohn 26 Index 0 271 NEWS EVENTS T0 REMEMBER i 272 - News Events Z .X My 'V M W' r ,WW I ' 'f - t i N, 1 . .. V13-yu fmkx et A Q E. ,mai 1. New York City, along with the rest of the country, celebrated the 100th birthday of the Statue of Liberty with a bang. 2. The news media publicized a smokeable form of cocaine called "Crack", which may be the most addictive narcotic on the streets yet. 3. Prince Andrew married Sarah Ferguson in iuty at Westminster Abbey. 4. New York Mets team members, Jesse Orozco and Gary Carter, celebrate the 8-5 victory over the Boston Red Sox in the seventh game of the World Series. tHometown hero Bob Oieda pitched two games for the Mets.J " . . "0-Ji " , A , , . U e P Q 9 I-:QM 'im-r Photos courtesy of Associated Press in Two Arab Terrorists killed more than 20 worshipers in Istan- bul's main synagogue on September 6. President Reagan and Soviet leader Gorbachev discuss arms control at a two day summit in Reykjavik, Iceland. , Gennadiy Zakharov of the Soviet Union and Nicholas Danilolf, an American journalist, were arrested and accused ot spying. ln 1986 a wide spread drought throughout the southeast sent farmers to the brink ot ruin. A maior scandal errupted when members of the administration shipped arms to Iran. News ' 273 HOW TO PUT TOGETHER A FIRST RATE BOOK At long last, after a long year of hard work and dreaded deadlines the 1987 yearbook is finally complete. The many weekends, lunch hours and after-school work sessions have paid off and have resulted in this book. We would like to express our gratitude to all the dedicated people who made the 1986-87 OAK possible: lim Gift and lostens - For all the help and support you've given us and for all the great ideas you put into our heads at camp. Larry Lee - How did you put up with all our cancelled sessions? The use of your studio and the quality of your senior pictures made our yearbook come to life. Pam Corliss - Your dedication and enthusiasm brought us through the year. Thank you for just being there and for becoming our "weekend mom". Oak Staff - Thanks for the long hours and week- ends you spent working. Your ideas and creativ- ity made the OAK a quality book. Photographers - All the time you spent in the dark room doing and redoing our pictures was worth it, don't you think? Your memorable shots brought our book alive and full of lasting memo- ries. Special thanks to Gary Howard and Syrenna Reynolds for camping out in the dark room those two Friday nights to get the work done for us. Sponsors and Parent Advertisers - Thanks for your support, your contribution made the OAK possible. To the students who participated in the Anatomy pictures - Thank you for giving up that afternoon to go to Larry Lee's in Exeter and for being such good sports while we poked fun. We wish the best of luck to all the graduating seniors and hope this yearbook will be full of lasting memories for everyone. Thanks for everything - The 1986-87 OAK Editors Marion Andersen Alex Haley Patty Kramer Syrenna Reynolds 274 0 Editor's Goodbye fu K, f , 1986-87 OAK Editors: Patty Kramer, Layout Editor, Alex Haley, Photo Editor, Syrenna Reynolds, Head Photographer, Marion Andersen, Copy Editor. R-f' OC j MMM HWMMW wffawgww mmfw WN Mm fm QSMA QQ QM? A NMWLWX WO Wwwkiw fm MQ Uvwzifk f QW XX K W WM 64555 CQ! X X ' x '. ff fx , WQU mx , V if Q lv X U ' C I , , 'Y ff , f 35,1 I if-' Q I K N rx ' f f' , . X N , W , , ' 4 K 4. J. X 1 ES' x 4. X f tk ' Mk , , x i ' .. 'sl X y .IX L X gx k Q f Y V ,f 'ff KJV 2 4 l


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