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

 - Class of 1988

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The iipsync coniesi geis Noah Mariin aii drummed up. A. Meiai head Jim Shepard bangs his head during a iipsync coniesi. 5. Maxine Lacy and Nicole Coiiins check for a hearibeai. e fioai is fuii of Homecoming exciiemeni. f ai iouches on The Homecoming fioai. 6. The Sophomor ' Moody puis The in 7 i-iardworicing Jana MT. VVhiTney's excellence sbarkled on SebTember 47, 4987, marking The 2OOTh anniversary of The signf ing of The U.S ConsTiTuTion. MT. VVhiTney faculTy and sTudenTs, led by faculTy organizers John Beacom and Glen Drake, celebraTed The occasion wiTh ba- TrioTic music, hundreds of colorful balloons, a sym- bolic 200 seconds of bell ringing and a reciTaTion of The ConsTiTuTion by drama sTudenTs. The school and iTs sTudenTs recognized The day as a symbol of The freedoms The ConsTiTuTion broTecTs for each American ciTizen, 4. PaTrioTic Chris Ducey expresses his feelings and gives a sign for peace, 2. Releasing colorful balloons, MT. WhiTney sTudenTs gaTher in The quad 3 Monica January, Jennifer Denham, and ChrisTina Torres waiT anxiously To release Their balloons on ConsTiTuTion Day, Ll. Boys auarTeT Loren Woodrow, MaTT Daniel, Kevin Svvanzlander and MaTT G-raul sing for everyone aT The ouTdoor assembly. 5. Maile l-leadrick, MargareT lsham, and Suzy Denham Think iTs hib To be paTrioTic. if r ssl W G ET ,Q is 4 5 :T F' rf 5 5 2 Q 4 A-rf, B 'Els ,Ere 33 fa Striving for come from the other with challenge in different gets invoived in Mrs Mike McCarthy. corefuiiy study their experiment. Harvey Silver directs campus Cindy Trowbridge and Seon Lorsen production Up The Down Staircase, Chris Knowles, Melody Mendonco ond Tom Doglish work on on edition of the Pioneer. Yearbook photographer Gdry developing. 's v introduction 'wmmm s 'wr K I ks 293.5 -mam 3 LHWQFZ 2951537 1:9933 !i'i1'f2Hw- umm Eff! :bex j23if55v5 Www- Q- 'ww ieifigisfi lwifzxw af-:mf -sm! 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Doris bring everyone foe unified group, A fnie fios oiso ne6o onwofe sonooi Spirir ono Pioneer Pride, Vlfneiner our feonv won or iosf, ine suoporr he onooi wos rignf oenino inern. e fnwork wos ine key io VVnifney's success, Wnefner if wos o foil, win fer, or spring soorf, eyery oinie fe worked nord o o ieye nis goo! of being ine best Tnrougn sweof ond eors ine Pioneers iook on whore yer confronfeo inefn ond s eo fnrougn fo yiofory, Aggresiye ou! Gomez fokes on nfs oooonenf one Pri s soilces ine boi! io rne oooonenr How rd iison charges forworo fo goin yi iffin y DePooi ond Tino Miller neo Goin for ine nooo Key' unner Biii Coe Cfory for O for r e in As wo ron neo foofooii oo rrn o fenvois ro score os for ine finish i J V 77 if. n V f I Lx, ll i'13 Building Friendships And Memories E 'TA friend is someone who knows who you ore, oc- cepfs you for who you've become ond helps you grow inTo The person They know you con pe." This eosily sums up The meon- ing of o True friend. A friend is The mosT imporTonT person To mosT people during Their high school yecirs. They ore people who shore your successes ond foilures ond help you Through Them. They ore your confidonTs ond componions in The endless seorch for fun ond hoppiness Throughouf high school. Yeors from now, you'll look pock ond remember dll The Times you spenT wiTh your friends, bofh The good os well os The pod. 'I 2. . Jomes Toschi choTs wiTh his friend. Sophomores geT rowdy ond show Their friendship on Homecoming. These smiling sophomores Sfephdnie Sibbeff ond Heidi Johnson ore Truly good friends. Kiss me, l don'T smoke. Mike Wiehl ond Chris Smelser show off Their dnfi-smoking buffons. LunchTime is o Time for Mike Leohy, John Johnson. MQTT Bryonf ond Gino Lepore To geT oufside. Dressed sofori, STocey Mendonco ond Liso Byrne hong ouT TogeTher in The Trees. Donny Mdrvin ond Mindy l-loyes spend lunch Time TogeTher. 3. 11. 5. 6. 7. ' lnTroducTion 2 53 E z S N , YW, Y, i Qg iwiic cc I 1 Q 5 1 i 1 I 1 3 E ? 1 E 1 E 1 i 1 i 1 1 I 1 1 I Even The Faculiy Has Fun Q Many campus Teachers really goT involved and showed Their spiriT This year. Their involvemenT gave our school an exTra biT of sparkle along wiTh seTTing an example for everyone To fol- low. When a Teacher Took an exTra biT of efforT To geT ouT and show some en- Thusiasm, iT helped To relieve some of The school day's Tension, boTh for The sTudenTs and The Teachers. Teachers are ofTen looked upon by sTudenTs as The bad guys. They fail To recognize a Teacher as a friend or someone who could really help you. A Teacher's involvemenT somehow Trans- forms Them inTo a regular human being in The eyes of sTudenTs. 4. Civics Teacher Mr.Beacom parTicipaTes in ConsTiTu- Tion Day acTiviTies. 2. Mr. Ellis shows his Halloween spiriT. 3. Counselor Mrs. Villanueva has maroon pride. 4. Teachers and sTudenTs cheer TogeTher aT a pep assembly. 5. ConsTiTuTion Day brings ouT The paTrioT in everyone. 6. Teachers Miss Bullick and Mrs. Pasquini have fun aT The big sisTer-liTTle sisTer banquet. '16 v lnTroducTion go 0 ,X C , V W 5b CD5 Al '20 if U QQ CXO? Z gf, X jflwf 'xv V c ins Acid Wash Benetton Leather and Snakeskin Classy Watches Rebellion Black Velvet Long Hair QGuys and Girlsj Boots Short Skirts Pictionary Oprah Winfrey Turtle Necks L.A. 84 SF. Being Yourself Stacious U2 Getting High on Yourself Gary Hart - Donna Rice Cars California Raisins Brain Society Crimped Hair Safe Rides Carbonated Milk Do You and OUTS OUS Stone-Wash Gitano Lace Swatches Conforming Terrycloth 84 Velour Flat Tops 8a Short Hair Lace-up Sandals Long Skirts Trivial Pursuit Donahue V-Necks Visalia Wannabeez oi Michael Jackson Drugs and Alcohol Tammy 84 Jim Bakker Skateboarding Spuds and Corona High Society Bows in Hair Drinking 84 Driving Jolt Cola Remember? Joe. Shaun Cassidy, John Travolta and Saturday Night Fever, the Bee Gees and Andy Gibb, Roll- er Town, Barbie Dolls and Gi. The world's largest shopping mall is in Torrence, Ca. With 350 stores under one roof, the Del Amo Fashion center cov- ers 58 acres. Bad Habits HITNEY S TDP TEN Music Movies 'll NON BWUQ 4 U2 'l. Fatal Attraction 2- SFTTOKIVWQ ' . 2. Three Men and a Baby 3. PTOCTCISTll'TClTlOFl 2. Tlffqfw 3. Dirty Dancing 4 Speeding Z- gVh"eS?f'kf'A d 4 Flowers in me Artic 5. Popping Knuckles 5- TEDQC 9 0 9 5. CO,-ff Buy Me Love 6- Wh'Vll""Q 6' N e STS 6. Less Than Zero 7. Burning ' QW ' 9' 7. Throw Mama off the Train 8. Junk Food Addicition 77 P0'5O"l 3, Like Femer Like Son Q. Cheating on Boyfriend! 8. L.L. Cool J. 9. LO Bombo Glflfflefld Q' Bon JOV' . 10. Planes, Trains, and 10. Cheating in School 40- MOHGY Swine Aufemebiles Don't you hate it when s r - You help someone cheat on a test and he gets a better grade? - Your tooth brush can never seem to hold onto the toothpaste? You order a 9 piece order of Chicken McNuggets and you only get 8? The straw fell off your Capri Sun before you got to school? :--1V You order a dozen donuts at Winchell's and the non-English speaking cashier "'i i ""' iflvi T T d I ,ml 9 Do you approve of public dis- ou re a ing a es an everyone is sn: ing. - , You're waiting in line for lunch and by the time you get there they don't have I play of Offechon? Here S what any more of what you want? The MT. WHITNEY PIODGGFS SOIGZ lglature cailstintthe middle on a great Povlje? k T5 30 S T d 5596 ODDTOVG r orno an aeuazonara - . . mfjniigf U YOU' Com' COC you W D U V 2770 approve if used with dis- You're on the bus with 75 other empty seats and the man with BO. chooses to l CVGTlOl'l SIT next to you? I I I l disapprove Your nose starts running in class and you don't have any Kleenex and the shirt you are wearing is short-sleeved? You get a good tan and it never tails to peel? The teacher calls on you to read the next paragraph and you were daydream- ' ing about the weekend and your not even on the right page? I You're short a penny and you remember the one you just threw at the fresh- G man? You're date forgets he's kissing and thinks he's eating? You get a speeding ticket that claims you were going AO in a 30 mile an hour I zone and you were only driving 36? You turn on the TV to watch the soaps and Ollie North is on? Drivers who go 25 in ci AO zone when you're already 5 minutes late? People who think a yellow light means stop? ' Clairol mist? . Friends who use you as a step up their social ladder? QgCgygilg3n,:gL?honsmp To deem' you 9? to ,mort ?nTVO:gj giyvsgz 3. Play hard-to-get and other games. OU 5' on e we O ' 4. Talk about cornrnitmentthe first date. 5. Love hirnjher only when hefshe is feeling cheerful and strong. y 6. Take himfher for granted. 7, Open old wounds. , , 8. Worry about his ex. 9. Get hung up on Utne" three iittle words. 40. Be dependant solely on himfher. 44. Harbor unrealistic expectations. y .Mn . , J""T rr? is fi '. ,.,, ,'A. 1 '- .-lV3 AV','.Q' Q A,'., 5 ' Q' You and your best friend finally have a class together . ,. But your last name begins with a "Z" and hers with a "C" - and the teacher seats you in alphabetical order. You do your homework the day you are sup- posed to for once , . . . . . And then you realize you did the wrong page the day its due. You finally find someone who'll loan you 20 cents to call for a ride home . . , , . . And the phone eats both dimes before you can dial one number. That cute guy you've been thinking about finally calls you up . . . For your best friends phone number. You always turn on the radio . . . . , . Just in time to catch the last note of your favorite song. You finally meet that someone special . . . Two days before you move out of town. Your family finally lets you watch your favor- ite TV show without argument . . . And the Monday night football game has gone into overtime. Just when that someone finally notices you . . . . . . You've got your eye on someone else, That "one-of-a-kind" dress you bought for the dance . . . , . , Turns out to be a "one-of-four-in-town" dress that all showed up to the same dance. When that special guy finally asks you to the dance . .. . . .but you already have a date with the guy who's been following you since 7th grade. .a acc gi iles 'il :i IH! H ,UI "n-'21 I I-I DID YOU KNOW FLII TING: GAMES FEELING GREAT - uri-Un-'oi Everything you wanted Cond didn't wantj to know about the Oreo. The Oreo, the little black cookie with the cream center between two chocolate disks, has seen the arrival Cond often departurej of its kin with little twists added to make it a little different. These "other" cookies featured the original Oreo name, but for some reason, va- nilla-wafer Oreos. single-wafer Oreos, lemon- filled Oreos and and Oreos with twice as much stuffing are not quite the same. Now, there are even ice cream bars, sandwiches and even just ice cream that carries the fam- ous Oreo name. The basic Oreo still remains the world's best-selling cookie: over 400 billion have been sold since Nabisco introduced them in 4942 - enough to reach to the moon and back - twice. Now, you may ask, where did the Oreo name come from? Well, no one really knows, and strangely enough, no one knows what it means, either. The "secret" recipe developed more than 70 years ago is still in use today: One ton of dough is mixed at a time, then rolled, flat- tened, and cut into 4 V2-inch circles. The oven is preheated to 375 degrees F, and the wafer circles are baked for four minutes. They then head down an assembly line to be pressed together with the famous white cream filling. The process ends an hour and a half after it began, when the cookies are flash-frozen and packaged in their fa- miliar blue and white cellophane wrap- ping. The only problem with the Oreo cookie is its tendency to initiate con- troversy over the way it is to be eaten. Do you: 42 Eat it whole? 21 Eat the wafer first. 33 Or go for the creamy filling at first bite? ll UGHTI THE IIT The in side scoop on whaT asTrologlcal signs mean for Teachers LIBRA qSepT 24-OcT 235 Be nice look your besT: This Teacher s TasTeful senses are fine and he or she will appreci- aTe This. Maybe you will even learn from The Libra Teacher. The scales are always balanced for This Teacher, so presenT boTh sides of an issue. SCORPIO QOcT 24-Nov 225 Be moTivaTed To do your work, This Teacher is serious business. Save your kissy-kissy for Aries and jusT hang Tough. SAGITARIUS Q Nov 23-Dec 245 WhaT abouT ThaT Teacher who goes on and on buT sTill Teaches you someThing'? IT musT be his Sagiiarius sign coming ouT. Lis- Ten well, you'll learn as well as laugh aT This Teacher's corny jokes. CAPRICORN gDec 22-Jan 205 Truggle a loT for These Teach- ers, They like To see you sweaT. Brace yourself for hard work. They could be The besT Teachers you've ever had, preparing you for real college life. AQUARIUS Sian 24-Feb 495 sk as many auesTions as you wanT The Aquarius Teacher goes crazy when he can T figure anyThrng ouT so he is under sTandlng when you have The same problem JusT soak up The subiecT and The Teacher will cer Tarnly know you re There' PlSCES QFeb 20 March 205 WanT a caring Teacher'P Search for a Pisces They will help when you ask Show Them you're Try ing They believe in Taking unlim :Ted pains To help you do your besT work Don'T Throw ThaT pa per airplane behind This Teacher he has eyes in The back of his head ARIES QMar 24 April 205 Aries Teachers ove acTron SIT rrghT up fronT and be acTive in class Love The sub1ecT and Turn your homework in early GEMINI SMay 22 June 245 alk Talk, Talk Gemini Teachers can Talk and They love Those ThaT do likewise Don'T yawn in fronT of Them, because They are anyThing buT boring and They know iT Ask "why" They relish The ThoughT of Talking more CANCER SJUIW9 22 July 235 his one is like a feaTure lengTh A quick glance in maTh class aT your neighbor s TesT To geT The answer To number Ten plagarizlng Cliffs NoTes copying your friend s English homework or swrprng a copy of The Spanish semesTer final CheaTing We ve all done iT and all seen iT being done buT do we really know whaT iT is'P Teachers have one opinion sTu denTs have anoTher idea and Then The admlnisTra Tron has a differenT view AT The beginning of The year Teachers inform movie The Cancer Teacher is all moods in one One day Teach will laugh abouT everyThlng and crack jokes abouT Things The nexT week you walk inTo a scowl shop wiTh an eighTeen page Term paper due in Two weeks JusT live wiTh IT and enjoy The show LEO QJuly 241 Aug 235 Praise Leo Teachers live on praise So use Their name a loT and Tell Them how good Their class is and how much you jusT love To sTudy hrsTory JusT re specT Them and They will be en chanTed Aug 24 SepT 235 erfecTlon, This is your only key Remember ThaT dreadful red pencil? Well lT's back' Make sure your paper has no errors and doesn'T look like lT's ready To decoraTe The bird cage lf you wanT The Virgo Teacher To love you Type TTI VIRGO E April 24 May 245 esulTs are all ThaT maTTers To Taurus Teachers so acT sTub bornly and do your homework These Teachers are ulTra pa TienT, so iusT keep Trudging Through The smuTl TAURUS E 'iiwTrilr,iWlilrw"' W A A A A S A I , I I . . , . - , I K . - 1 - ' 1 X X W Y-KX , . . , , - , . .. - - , WT X s X wir N J , T . - W - ' ' 5 Nfl Q LTA ' ' I ,. - V I - , , , I I . . . . I I T I . I , . . I I - , . . . n I ' Their sTudenTs ThdT There lwill be no Tolking, won- ldering eyes, or open lnoTes during o TesT. They dlso keep d close eye on homework for Twin pd- pers. ChedTing is noT d word found in o high school sTudenT's working vocdbulory. ln The ddmin- isTrdTion's eyes, sTudenTs ore seen To be cheoTing if They dre doing dnyThing more Thon eoTing, bredThing, or wolking. Will dnyone ever find The True meoning of chedTing? The school will probdbly never know. DID YOU KNOW Oh, No! lT's Third period ond you didn'T do your homework! On Top of ThdT you show up ldTe To cldss, only To find ouT ThdT iT is your sixTh Tdrdy. You Try To Think fosT . . . buT your mind is blonk! Then dll of d sudden, IighTening sTrikes dnd you come up wiTh on origindl lie . . . ThdT The Tedcher does noT believe. This some siTudTion hoppened numerous Times To sTudenTs dT MT. WhiTney, ond some of Their besT excuses were: - - for Tordies: - for geTTing ouT of cldss: i Drove sofely lT's ThdT Time of The monTh l wds Tdlking To my Deon My locker wds jdmmed I Threw up in The boThroom l hod To finish d TesT in onoTher cldss - for missing homework: l wdsn'T in cldss ThdT ddy l didn'T undersTdnd The dssign- menT l hdd To work losT nighT lT's in my jommed locker I lefT iT in my cor My counselor needs To see me lT's ThdT Time of The monTh l need To go To The nurse NoTure is colling for coming home ldTe: l losT Trock of Time l'm The King of my world l had To Tcike someone home Everyone else wds dropped off firsT My cdr wouldn'T sTorT I ron ouT of gds l hcrd sporTs prdcTice My wdTch sTopped l hod no wdy of knowing lT's dT home l losT iT I did The wrong page ' - for breoking d doTe: F l hdve To go ouT of Town My pdrenTs grounded - me l'm sick l cdn'T find onyfning To weor My relcrTives ore coming The Time - for noT going To school or work: l'm sick l'm hdving Cl spirTudl encounTer YOU KNCDW TI-IE TYPE! Typicdl Tedcher irffl TighTwdd: No ldTe homework: iT musT be Turned in during The period lT's due - even if you ore on your deoTh bed. You musT be coiled on To Tdlk ond geT permission To leove your sedT. The bdThroom is ouT of The quesTion. You're Tdrdy if you ore noT in your sedT when The bell rings. You wouldn'T dore close d book or leove cldss unTil dismissed. Everyone's pol: Alwoys inTeresTed in whdT The sTudenT hos To soy, Tells dbouT Their high school experience, wriTes posses so your Tdrdles ore excused, doesn'T require hondroising or ulTrd quieT during The "IecTure." Typicol Tedcher 51752 Typiccil Teocher T753 Airhedd: ForgeTs ThdT he ossigned home- work on The ddy iT is due: feels guilTy dfTer "helping" one sTu- denT wiTh on onswer on The TesT, so he Tells The whole cldss: mdkes The due doTe of The homework he remembers os- signing The losT ddy of semesTer. ' ' '! Hey! Signs of U the lime .ma 'RN Q33 RM, AJ" M 0 0lf0l3'f00I Ax Q gif W Gm gm Q fb I Wwww I AcTiviTies V Q ,A ff . uw ASB No Mediocrity The 4987 Associated Student Body dress-up days, and the pe5egassembiies.i Government was behind aii of the ac- Student Governments main goal this tion-packed activitiesthis year includ- year was to promote theiftheme "No ingsrrfbfgxrlunchtime the r Medi ocrit3gggtrive for Exceirie-noe!" The Lhhoh hoh hhhhh hohhh r 4 hQhh S hhooo hhhoo S oohhh S ed i'hiSi workle itgegether, as a team, participating in aifsgshooi activi- ties. aito l iaoi r c This years ASB officers were President John pf ssii if0f3eTT?s B Rally iRobertE?Lihdsay: and i.C.C. Commissioner Gienniieath. The Student -Government officers were B SGQGW1 HG0fYi2EQSQUini- . . re:Qr2g,ggg2'fggsgsi-5fgr,g,gz1:1:0 1 ' . 1 f k . , - r -- p - - ' 3-fx .... 1 r ' Student Government Ya vf. 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WhiTney's sTrive for excellence reaches all naTions Through iTs foreign exchange program. STudenTs from all around The world are able To come and be a parT of The Pioneer Pride. This year's exchange sTudenTs include Edwin Bohorauez, Colombia: Lars.Jensen, Den- mark: Yuki lagucni, Japan: Ricardo Sa- grera Gazeley, Spain: ChrisTiana Todau, Germany: Yoko Usuda, Japan: and Yuki SaTo1 Japan. All of These sTudenTs adjusTed well To American life, parTicipaTing in mosT of The exacT some acTiviTies ThaT Ameri- cans enjoy. These included T.v., sporTs. movies, dancing and parTying, alihough mosT agreed ThaT parTying here is differ- enT Than in Their counTries. Foreign ex- change sTudenTs encounTered many new acTiviTies ThroughouT Their sTay and iT's safe To say ThaT we all benefiTed from The experience. Foreign Exchange 'if' A 4 ,li l l , . , If x ' I vs Q wr? -11. E l w.,,,K., -. X ORCHESTRA-Firsi Violins: Henry Li, Yong Lin, Horrison Li, Fronk Chiu, Wendi Schofield, Michoel Ruth, Celeslino Royos, Melisso Mills, Robin Morks. Second Violins: Tino Miller, Erin Thompson, Borry Leok, Lori Parker, Manish Bholi, Ano Robles, Doro Romos, Slephonie Oliveiro, Sonio Reyes, Tonyo Morris, Rebecco Messinger, Doris Mendozo, Allison Recendez, Violo: Donny While. Cellos: Wendi Nelson, Andrew Belcl, Ryon Bergihold, Michele Yeoler. Tino Loi, Amber Hoden. Boss: Tinci Trent, Jill Vloiho, Jeff Corrnon, Robert Schofield. , AT S A 55 M 1W'EiH!?1f11f'Q 'W ,sy -' if -3. Elf 1. +4 , .N-'.'k.:,m w1,.:,.3,qgmuijEw 1 F21 ,:'P5"" -hs- ,nv- .-an rm , in , ,f NW. J If? BJ if ml W W fy . Jw .U M' WN 1 NM f ju 1 W, K vm : ,, 1- WWW "W-'+' . wwf 35,1 i ,, Zizf' Af, " "v Ms R i J' , , , . my "2 ' A17 ,rw ENSEMBLE-Front Row: Mrs. Sjostrand, Lia Markham, Matthew Graul, Marlea Egri, David Laney, Julie Mehrten, Phillip Lumen, Judy Ellis, Kevin Swartzlander, Marianna Evans. Second Row: Steve King, Tammy Brazeau, Garett Stoffels, Tiffany Shockley, Loren Woodrow, Stacie Adams, Leland Tilley, Sophi Roth, Mike Sachau. Back Row: Anthony Hafley, Kim Nelson, Jill Hulsey, Steve Konold, Joyce Christensen, Glenn Heath. Not Pictured: Scott Nelson. 2. 5 ,. ,J WW 4 Z WOMEN'S GLEE-Front Row: Kellie McFadden, Shelley Brewer, Shari Cologrande, Jackie Knight, Pam Paxton, Angie McCarthy, Alison Lee, Kelly Van Elswyk, Debrah Carley. Second Row: Teresa Corley, Karle Cairns, Jennifer Ellis, Rhonda Radish, Darla Leak, Lisa Valentine, Flower Penner, Teresa Carley, Danielle Bail. Third Row: Lori Drysdale, Jennifer Bye, Lisa Fringer, Dayna Bose, Brenda Richardson, Darcy Terry. Back Row: Mr. Jackson, Cherie Bell, Amy Baca. Teresa Sachau, Reney Russitano, Wendy Hawkins, Mrs. Sjostrand. 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WhiTney's 4988 Ook SToff builT upon The ASB llSTrive For Excellence" Theme To creoTe This yeors Ook llExcel- lence 4988." EdiTors STocio RoberTs, loy- Yeorbook STC1ff ouT design: lvlorion Anderson, copy: Alex l-loley, phoTogrophy: ond heod phoTogropher Gory Howord led The sToff in puTTing TogeTher The 4988 Ook. VViTh The new school yeor come Two brond new lBlVl compuTers. lnsTeod of The ediTors going To yeorbook comp wiTh The money roised from losT yeors Gok donce, The cornpuTers were pur- chosed To old The yeorbook ond news- poper sToffs in orgonizoTion, wriTing, ond rneeTing The deodlines wiTh o liTTle more eose. Advised by Porn Corliss, The 4988 Ook sToff creoTed o sensoTionol yeor- book. 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R: Jean Yoo, Hope Hernandez, Roberl Treis, Krisrina Davis, Cindy Trowbridge, Nicole Collins, Jennifer Holmes, Melanie Creason, David Peden, Jay Harper, Nicole Cronin, Desiree Zoili, Christopher Elledge, John Froberg. O: Chris Rider, Sean Larsen, Stacy Mollsen, Andy Beld, Derek Toledo, Doug Duncan, Paula Puller, Erin Johnson, Melissa Springmeyer, Krisien Nave, Melissa Mills, Danielle Porier, and Ginger Vinson. K-.sc MM SRD. lVlT. WhlTney's SRO. Ployers bounded To new heighTs This yeor under The direc- Tion of Dovid Wood. AfTer over 300 hours of grueling proc- Tlce, 28 members of The ployers per- formed ln Bel Koufmon's Up The Down Sfoircase. SeT in presenT Time in d regu- lor high school, The sTory cenTered oround o preTTy young Teocher who Tried To chonge The school ond help The kids. Along wiTh The foll ploy come The second mdjor producTion in The spring. A few selecT ployers olso porTicipdTed in o reoding of The UniTed SToTes ConsTlTu- Tion for vdrious ciTy officiols ond ogoin for The sTudenT body oT The ConsTiTu- Tion's 2OOTh birThdoy celebroTion. SRO. officers include ChrisTopher El- Ployers ledge, president Andrew Moxwell, vice-presidenT: ond Jennifer SundsTrom, secreTory. 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Columnisi Gino Lepore ond ediior Noneiie Neiiles spend Tneir Time working on o newspoper srory. 32 - Pioneer Sioff E, xr' mm eff! PIONEER STAFF: EronT Row: Melody lvlendonca, Alisa Durgarian, David Rocha. Second Row' Daniel DeEoe, Tommy Aguiniga, Robbie Lundberg, Noah lvloriin, Brian Cross, ivIorTin Colridge, Bill Cochran, Ed lvlorkwordi, Jason Robinson, Craig Kearney. Third Row: Tori Lee-Thomas, Joy Harper, Gina Lepore, Noneiie NeTTles, RoberT Lindsay. Back Row: Riio McAuliffe, Krys Alexander, Joyce lnfonTe, Chris Knowles, STephanie Sibbeh, Tom Daglish, Gary Howard, Kim Williams, Alex l-loley. 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The Pioneer Sioff worked To- geTher To produce Twelve issues of The es ri r l-li--M i ir Teoh newspaper under ediTors lXloneTTe NeTQ Ties, Tommy Aguinigo, Joy Harper, lViorTy Colridge, Ed Nlarkwordh yond,,Krys, Aiexander. i i Qs-fe Pioneer SToff v WNW KHZEM. Darren Lee wonders jusi how his hai is supposed To go on, Band members stand ai aiien- Tion. Greg Maza geis a lesson in hair- sryling from Wendy Kendig. Eric Gibbs Takes a break from playing his Tuba. Rich Borbon knows wha? he's do- ing. These drummers know how To keep The bear. 34 0 Pioneer Band 4 iff? ig. s Q K FT X W 81 S A K ,x,,, .wk gg wi' EX 'Q' v X sq he i ll Bond Achieves Honors The Pioneer Pride bond, under The direcTion of new insTrucTor ScoTT Deering, Qove mony specTocuIor performonces This yeor. AT The fooT- boil gome hoiTTime shows, specToTors were enTerToined by Tunes such os The Jomes Bond Theme, which includ- ed o drum feoTure of 'iThe Chose." 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Homecoming brings ouT The animal in Andrea Bea- com and STaci Break. 6, Do Sieve King and RoberT Carmon Think This game is ouTrageous'? You beT your lifesaversl 42 ' Homecoming W Q il ,WX I f f Zh ff 4 1 ZW 1' M if A WM f:2?fwA..ff ii, , . i , H H Er . :ii f' L' '41 Q . lf.-iii l ,W T sw:-?f Z, ,qv vii, f , ,f fri, lg, ,11- ,,,,,, . :swirl 2. ' Almosi Anyihing Goes Exciiemeni, excellence, and viciory described Homecoming '87'l The week sTarTed off on Monday wiTh many Pio- neers in comforT, wearing robes and slippers To school on pajama day. For Almosr Anyihing Goes Nighi, many changed inTo Their class T-shiris and ma- roon sweaTs. Tuesday, Senior slaves fulfilled Their underclassmen masTers' every wish. Sa- fari day broughi ouT The savages for a paniher huni aT lunch, Wednesday, Senior volers Turned ouT To decide who would reign as This year's Homecoming queen. Gn Vlfhiiney beach club day, Thurs- day, The fiye finalisis prepared picnic baskeTs ThaT were auciioned To The highesi bidders. Friday wrapped The week up wiTh maroon and whiTe day, The aueen's assembly, and finally, The game and dance, Homecoming 3 ff?2s2':.F?x '-3,766 -'fr Ly, MBV' 'v 11-MW g W ?W:1.lyn.g: fg,W57g.1:".,. 13 Z1 f fra:.,i.PQ '--1 ' 13+ 'fzf . .5 rg 1 54 mai .,A -"mg: ..?. ,QW ah' ,Y 3.4: 4 f-r eg, 5 'L 4 , A . if r, Z N wh- . M, Q.. , 3 H ff 1 nw if A Q 4 1 n Q an if WFWWW AWMQM mf mf Wgrff wwf ww U S ff '--Q-eg-2 ,kaj :ma w . Q, -pw 1 M ,W www 'yum 'W' ,. W, 'Q M , A A axw WM 'ii A MVN mwm ,, Y m s ,I QS A if .J ,. V- ,. ,. , vw- -,.,,. W , . an--fp wwf ,,, , fm, N W ' M .fn A-'ww , W-H ,. ,, 1 .x ,...Q, ,,,.,A,.,,, ,Q-wwwQ,:,,,,+,m.,,,,,,.,,,, ,. ,,,,,,,..,,-.,, ,, ,MW ,.9..gmg SMH. , , v, A, . W, 1,,1,wf ,- , Q' -4, www, W ' f ':- 955,-1-1' 1' ilpf-1" 'iff sm! 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Wei?-31 wemf M 1 "1 X .5 M 1 . , A ' - l5,rSi'5gQsIi:llfQ, .,wg,,Z.-s2, s:L""3 . ,, ,, ,q1Qw,,,t4L..,1,.,. 1 f' Q- i' ., L?'i""4 gli? it af lf-pLn,a2i,Q,5?s,mQ 11.1 M, H ,,fn ,Gif 1.,,, ,,,1f fu f, ,f-iff, K , Jr, 21rn4,,f.v , , -H 1 The CourT Porodes The highllghT of Homecoming week wos The crowning of The queen Moile l-leodrick on Fridoy, OcTober 2, oT o spe- ciol Homecoming ossembly. Mdile wos nomincded by The Senior cldss ond esf I... . corTed by Josh D'AcquisTo. The queens royol courT included Tommy Voldez, no- minoTed by The FuTure l-lomemokers of Americo ond escorTed by Chris Collins: JoneTTe Wiley, nominoTed by sTudenT government escorTed by Sheldon Kroncher: Normo CosTro, nominoTed by The Trock ond Field Teom, esconled by Donnie SmiTh: ond STocie Adoms, no- minoTed by Choir, escorTed by Rondy Flores. During The ossembly, TiooT winners were onnounced. In closs combeTiTion seniors Took TirsT, sophomores second, ond The freshmen come in Third. In club combeTiTion Rolly club grobbed firsT, FFA second, ond Mecho Third. 1 1 'il Ar Homecoming i I 2 i 41 1. On her prestigious ride oTop The converTible is Tommy Voldez. 2. Glen Kronoher offers STdcie Adoms congroTuloTions on her nominoTion. 3. Mrs. Heodrick shows her doughTer lvioile ond escorT Joshud D'AcquisTo her exciTemenT. 11. Rolly club shows True venom ogdinsT The PdnThers, 5. lvlelonie Flores ond Bill Cochron Try ond squeeze Their friend ouT of The pioTure. 6. Jodi Porsley is proud of her hdrd work. Homecoming 0 A 7 if ff' ' :l is fi-imfrgjf 7,3 L..L .. 'ummm zgmmuww-www 348, ,, iiirr Sa UC I Shows SD ifii "PromeT8ng school spiiiiiff was The uliiii? rnenT, and c:ie hievemenTs. ii maTe goal se-T by The 4987-88 Pioneer PepySquad. Theirrhardi work andy dedi- caiion gave Thema year of fun, exciTe- Cheerleaders The Pep Sauad sTarTeci off Their year wiT h Two Superior raTings, one exceileni raTing. and Two spirii sTicks afihe cheer- leading camp heid in SacramenTo. The varsiTy yeii ieaders and junior varsiTy squad each broughT home superior raT- ings, while The varsiTy songieaders re- ceived an excelienT raTing. BoTh v arsiTy cmaqiuniaor varsiry isaupds received SpiriT sTicks. 4. J.V. cheerieaders KrisTina Jones ond NaTaIie FisToiera prepare for The "greaT break- Through!" ' 2, Songieader Sabrina Diaz wanfs a Touchdown. 3 Songleoders Sophi 'Rdfh and Robin Krakow T show Their spirii aT The pep assembly T A G A E ""' 3- if V I . ' gf Y' , 'Q xiii" " if iff " 3 ll E J' E ki ,341-J! X 'K ,Eur N M'-Q," ,, ,,,',,, W ,,',, .:41.,- w 'W' W. N ,4g'.:1'L:,:.,fgQfg.w, aa.q,ygy.w:re4 vw 1, !4r4wa:wkn:gkM Hw :f - 91 uf H.!2 w1M'L4:, -- +r1-wfyfv 1, wf , J Nm urmpfm ww 3' ' ' We aw EHSLIQ ?Eh5Zrfi"w"!'i-4'HNJU,ZG,dlkm,,n A 'Mlwllwfwdw W W, m.m-N-P-fl ,A UN-N 4 ,,., f f fm- 1 M IN v J ' 4. , . 7, J -if 4, 1-,Q ,,-k if ' ,ZZ L' . ,Q ,.. , ' C? L7 P' S as ' 9 if '. 4 W ,X V . . ' ff- T H , ' ' 'YZ--I ' ' 'Ffi' , X 1 AZ' A ,fx , . ' 1 , as , 7191 4-nf 5' 5 1' 4' S. 1 Y Cheerleaders lJniTe The MT. WhiTney Pioneer Pep Squad which was comprised of nineTeen mem- bers, worked ToqeTher To perform rou- Tines aT The pep assemblies and games. 5 Cheerleaders They also painTed signs and made spiriT cards for The aThleTes of each sporT in order To poosT Team spiriT. The VarsiTy Songleaders for The 4987- 88 year were Sophi l?oTh, head song- leader, Jennifer l-lulsey, Sabrina Diaz, Jug lie Johanski, Robin Krakow, Tonya Von- ada, and Vanessa Girnus. The VarsiTy Cheerleading Squad con- sisTed of Jill Hulsey, head cheerleader, Rhonda Radish, Amy Kassel, Jill DePom- pei, Shelly Ochoa, Melody Mendonca, and mascoT JaneT RooT. The Junior VarsiTy Squad was com- prised of KrisTina Jones, head cheer- leader, NaTalie FisTolera, STefanie Moody, Holly Oldfield, and Rhonda Ben- neTT. ,wk Xmmm J., ll- H!! VERY Vanessa Girnus practices her greal flying Talenl al a foolball game. The Hulksler, Jenny Hulsey, JV Cheerleaders roof on lhe Pio- neers. Robin Krakow shows her spiril by gelling down. Janet Roof finds her mega- phone saves her voice afler a hard days yell. Jill Hulsey Takes a bow afler an- other greal performance. Cheerleaders ' M - ,. . M if '54 32196 M6 X 'Yi Av 'F e wade N 5 W" I R if D 2' . , iw. P' 5 H iw Ddnoe-Floor Fever LighTs fldsh, music Thumps, bodies gy- roTe, ond The deons poTrol The gym for evil-doers. Smoll groups huddle TogeTh- er ond spreod The recenT gossip, while senior guys donce wiTh innocenT fresh- mon girls. Vllhoi would high school be like wiThouT donces? For mony sTudenTs iT's hord To imagine. This Typicol seTTing begon wiTh The lcebreoker donce followed by severol spiriTed dfTer-gome donces, Theme ddnces, ond club-sponsored donces. The MT. WhiTney foil donce seoson peoked wiTh The MoonlighT l-lorvesT ond The TrodiTionol Chrisimos Donoe. AT The beginning of The new yeor, Pio- neer romoniics donced The nighT owoy oT The VolenTines donoe held QT Golden WesT, AfTer The girls Took The guys To Sodie l-ldwkins, juniors ond seniors dressed up for The biggesT donce of The yeor, Prom. s DCIFTCEBS 5 T ' in 4 at QQ Come Rdlly WiTh Rob ExciTemenT, pride ond Pioneer spirlT echoed Through The gymnosium on vor- ious Fridoy mornings os The lVlighTy Pio- neers rdllied Togefher dT This yeor's pep S! Pep Assemblies dssemblies. AnTlcipoTion prevoiled ds MT. WhiTney looked forword To The up- coming gdmes ond, of course, The weekend. From his bizorre enTronce oT The elec- Tion ossembly ln '86' To his soul-sTirring splrif checks, Rolly Rob succeeded in uniTing The closses in one greoT efforT. The godl? To moTivoTe our Teoms To vic- Tory. One of The firsT ossemblies wos high- lighTed by sTudenTs ond foculfy mem- bers performing Their rendiTions of The Supremes' 'lSTop in The Nome of Love". Anofher loTer dssembly reveoled The os- sosindfion of The former sfudenf body officers by o deproved Andrew Mox- well. f "N .. s 3. 6 4 . . 5 H Q ,ln T ff s o 3, . 1. The Sophomore class knows how To geT rowdy. 2, Tommy Nuhes sTruTs his sTuff ih from of The ehTire sTudehT bocly. 3. The pep bond olwoys odds o IlTTle spork To The assembly. A. Miss Hadley ond Miss Burke geT irTTo The groove. 5. Rob Llhdsoy joins SToci Breok and John FisToIero iD The bond of holy moTrimohy. 6. Mike Mc:CorThy joms on The guiTor as roody MorTy Silvos siTs ToTolly obsorbecl. Pep Assemblies 0 ' 721' wh J 1 A NNT' kid T Fwwi W VV.. . V,,, . 'I. Danny Marvin grins as he is escorTed by DeDe STair and Melinda Ha es 2 n rew Maxwell, John Perez, Jason Hedrick, and Chris Ducey. 3. Chris Ducey gives his "Church Lady-Robin Leach" speech. 4. Todd Pacofsky supporTs PubliciTy candidaTe Josh D'AcquisTo. 5. OUT wiTh The old, in wiTh The new: Andrew Maxwell succeeds John FisToIera. 6. MounT Maxwell? ThaT's differenT! 56 v ElecTion Assembly y . . For a Thousand dollars name The new ASB officers-Jenny SerighT, Josh D'AcauisTo, Danny Marvin, A d ' ' us!"f ,fy rw sis Ofticers Spin To Win Cn Friday, December 'l'l, Mt. Whitney students attended the annual ASB elec- tion assembly, which featured a wide variety of candidates, campaign gim- micks, and promising speeches. Newly elected officers were an- nounced at the traditional winners as- sembly which included a "Wheel of For- tune" theme hosted by Pat and Vanna, otherwise known as John Fistolera and Janette Wiley. The rest of the '87 ASB officers played contestant roles includ- ing an old lady, a valley girl, a nerd, a brain, and a sailor. Announced as 4988 ASB officers were: Andrew Maxwell, President: John Perez, Vice President: Chris Ducey, Sec- retary of Records: Jenny Seright, Secre- tary of Finance: Josh D'Acauisto, Secre- tary of Publicity: Danny Marvin, Commis- sioner of clubs: and Jason Hedrick, Rally Commissioner. ! I J - Election Assembly ACADEMIC DECATHLON Mt. Whitney's Academic Decathlan Club provides on 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, coached by Chuck Dichera and other teachers who volunteer their time, consists of the following members. John Bratt Mark Davis Kim Hawkins Amber Loyd Chris Butterfield Chris Ducey April Honeycutt Edward Markwardt Heather Campbell Megan Fulmer Henry Li Steve Miller Patrick Cook Jay Harper Robert Lindsay Ken Stleers AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE AFS is an international organization of students interested in promatlng world understand5 g ing through travel and an exchange of ideas. The advisors areiElaine Short and Bonni Karteaif VIII':i I I CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION The purpose of CSF is to advance the highest aca- demic standards for the students and the school, and to give recognition for high academic achievement. Membership in CSF also often qualifies students for spe- cial college programs, honors at college entrance, and many scholarships. The clubvmotto is "Scholarship For Service," Club members try to "give back" to their community in ways that are of service to others. Advi- sors for CSF are Linda Yost and Danna Kasparian, OFFICERS Alberto Acosto Geoffrey Adallan I MSQGFWSQIVQQY Nlstrietlrrff-sker slssl A A AIGXKHEQIBYY.-' C Julie Mehrten j -V Kimberly Miller ' Becky Million - i.' Q Kimberly Nelson ' Mui Ngo . F Gina Noel Kaaryn Ogara Todd Pacofsky Jerry Perez John Perez David Price - Stephen Rasmussen Celestine Rayos - - David Ruddy' . A - Steven Rudigg L Michael Ruth i,'- Samar Saeed'.-jffl.fff2f.V , Yuki Sato . Stephanie Sibbetti-j'fj .ir'fi- Q f Joy Sirnonelli T Samantha Sinclair ' Sheryl Stine Wendi Sullivan OFFICERS r ' Andy Beld Kim Hennarty Ricardo Sagrera Tammy Agulnlga Traci Hal 'i'igg Iyi' ' ' ' PresldentfSean Flynn Melissa Bagley Lars Jensen Yuki Sato Navid Ali Steve Hanson Vice President-Edwin Ronda Barker Min Jiang Jenny Seright Bryan Amos Alec Harrell: ' Bohoroauez Joyce Christensen Henry l.i Rachelle Slondridge Amy Anderson Roger Hayashi Secretaryfheasurer-Elena Nino Kelly Covert l-Chiu Lee Yukie Taguchi Brenda Baggaley Melinda Hayes ICC Rep-Danielle Bail Amber Haclen Mui Paul Ngo Yoko Usuda Melissa Bagley Maile Headrick I . Tanya Barton Christine Hennemann Andrea Beacorn Victoria l-light ART CLUB Abdul-Jabber Beig cnrisroprlernogsrca 1' " Andrew Beld Aisha -Holmes A club meets or nigm to work on extra projects in one The club is also in charge .cts ayyi osyri A yiys C mlheihggmns the billboards everyjwo weeks. The advisor is I?Qbert Rex. ' .1 ri,i E il' . ffl-Sliicli BOVIOOV' ' . . C b so so 'lsis tcrmdrorbfmeeu A I - OFFICERS Lr.f .L .- K I .T .-lk--. 1 -f.- V ' 1 - ui kkpfqnk Chiuyk- F - fx President-Jesse Fischer Treasurer-Holly Mlller Kerry Cocogne Mong55.1jg5m3q,y-- Vice President-Marc Riegel Nathan Stevens Longsc Coker Gig,-, gmggon Secretary-Debbie Ellis Annie'Schnaufer Marlin Comdge John hgnso,-, - - im anle reason anessa alser ASTRONOMY CLUB Mark Davis Christina Kavianl The Astronomy Club is going with renewed vigor this year after much work and effort on children in the school fclistrict. Our Advisor is Art Shazclde. Blackman I ?Aishai Holmes Steve Miller '1-iI 5 fjfif -',- Stephanie Sibbett - J Jennifer Denham ' Cristina Kavlani Chris Petersonif. Kendra Simpson Suzy Denham Henry Li Todd Pacofsky I Shawna Zillges Melanie Flores Rita McAuliffe David Ruddy Christine Hanna Kim Miller Jenny Seright 6 the observatory. Among our goals this year we plan to improve knowledge of astranomyg our club members and to share the observatory and telescopes with elementary .. - Jennifer Denham Suzy Denham Chris Ducey Alisa Durgarian Kelli Eberlein Jason Ellis -Amy Engleka 'Keven Ficken i Natalie Fistalera Melanie Flores Danielle Ldppegaard Gina Lepore Henry Li Yong Lin Amber Lava. Wllifllfiilfrltievv- Jsfvrf-iei5Ms21tver1ev Shevihrijfilitietlverlv - ' Andreilslfllrlifllfiiifell Garrett-Mase Q r i ' n I I Christina Torres Marie Torres James Toschi Kelly Van Elswyk .- Julie Waters y Janette Wiley .L Kim Williams i -T Greg Winter A Amy WonQ..L.7 r..y ,V.k,r . Shawna Zlllges I .,.-t"g- I E Chess Club The together whether or just for This year had a tournament tween the at Mt Whitney To l nance tain the b end of Abdul Andy Beld John Bratt trip to Magic low DDQ Andy Salazar Samir Saeed Charles Testerman Gilbert Villarreal i' l Fl-lA sells graduation mugs at the ICC carnival. 58 ' Club Index -K Club index I COMPUTER CLUB The computer club is designed so members can get together and work on the computer. Their main purpose is to share ideas and try new things. Any one with an interest in computers is encouraged to join, The advisor is Peggy Downs. OFFICERS Vice President-Manish Bhatt Edgar Altobano Frank Chiu President-Alberto Acosta SecretaryfTreasurer-Yong Lin Bryan Amos Stephen Miller 1 CRAFTS CLUB l The activities the crafts club are currently involved in include: giving speeches to service clubs, or raising funds for crafts scholarships and silkscreening shirts for clubs or interested parties. The club also promotes art shows and organizes and prepares displays. The club is financed by their various fund raising activities like working the concession stand to pay for projects for the beautification of the school, The advisor is Ron Loyd. OFFICERS Sergio Garcia Deanna Martin Danee Rolfo President-Amber Loyd Chris Jennings Jason Martin David Sanchez Vice President-Marcie Green Cory Kuykendall Noah Martin Steve Wilson .lon Froberg Chad Martell Stacey Mason DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS OF AMERICA Each high school Distributive Education Club of America QDECAJ member participated in a distributive education program. taking marketing, merchandising. and soles courses: here at Mt. Whitney, the distributive education course is titled Retail Sales. Chapters elect officers, and Mr. Rogers. a distributive education instructor, serves as Visalia ROP DECA Chapter adviser. Visalia ROP DECA isthe local DECA chapter for Redwood and Mt, Whitney High Schools DECA chapter activities are planned and organized as part ofthe total instructional program. Many of these activities are centered at school and are designed to promote professional attitudes, marketing and leadership skills, and personal and social growth to give students the opportunity to participate as both leaders and followers. DECA members participate in sales projects in order to raise money to attend and compete in local, state, and national conferences, The advisor is Steve Rodgers. OFFICERS Shawna Mc Williams Jennifer Jackson Stephen Rasmussen State President-John y . Gayla Bolding Don Kelly Kindra Roberts ' Fistolera r'ri iff Shawn Cooper I Mike Kotob Julie Stevenson Chapter President4Micheai Todd Danner Barry Leak Rhonda Stine Berry Tawnya Deiro Rodd Loyd Michelle Story Chapter Vice President- Raquel Goulart Michelle Marquez Janette Wiley Navid Ali Kristen Grissom Heather Newkirk Shannon Wright Chapter Secretary-Tracy Angella Guinn Cathy Pacheco Karl Veater Dahlgren David Gutierres Jerry Perez Jean Yoo Chapter Parliamentarian- Patricia l-lutson John Perez Susie York 1 1 M I I FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA FBLA develops leadership qualities and attitudes in its members. Participation in activities at I scream, you scream, Key Club sells ice cream! FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA I The primary aim of FFA is the development of leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. The specific purposes tor which this organization was formed are to create and nurture a love of agricultural lite and to strengthen the confidence of students of agriculture in themselves and their work. The advisor is John Silvia and local, section. and state levels as a member, committee chair person. or officer provides the kinds of experiences which contribute to the development of a positive self-image and a feeling of accomplishment. Members will be competing in business subjects on March 5. The advisors are Joy Naylor and Janell Brett. OFFICERS Lisa Buena Holly Miller Amy Stephens President-CindyDonalcison Kristina Clark Vanessa Molina Lori Stotesbery Vice President-Teresa Tawyna Deiro ' Stephanie Moody Tim Taylor Carley Missy Demaree Sherry Morrison Jeremy Van Deventer Treasurer-Joy Simonelli Carmen De Rooi Lisa Pereira Ano Vasquez Reporter-Kelly Cocagne Tiffany De Rooi Julie Rudd Jennifer Wells Nada Abubaker Nichole ithurralde Samor Saeed Melanie Williamson Lisa Alonzo Jackie Knight Samir Saeed Brendan Willmore Gina Borlagio Stacey Lewis Tammy Salha Krista Womack Jabar Beig Stefani Martone Tiffany Shockley Kerry Wright Lesley Bryant Shana Mc Daniel Stacey Spano FRENCH CLUB The French Club CLe Cercle Francaisy is a service organization to the school and the commu- nity. Our primary goal is to promote interest in the French language, people, and culture. Each year we engage in various projects and fund-raisers. The proceeds from these events are generally given as scholarships or used to help support school projects originated by other clubs. The advisor is Mary Smith. OFFICERS President-Mike Mc Carthy Vice President-Suzy Mike Berry ' Todd Black Tamara Brazeau Kathi Grimmer Alec Harrell Peter Hendrix Stephanie Moody Michelle Pickering James Toschi Denham Suzy Denham Victoria Hight Brandon Willmore Secretary-Treasurer-Gina Chris Ducey Glenda Huff Brad Wilson Lepore Julie Egri David Jacobsen Publicity-Tamara Brazeau Stacey Fritz l-Chiu Lee the Ag. Staff David Abila Allison Akin Darren Aldaca Jennifer Analla Kim Angst Randy Armstrong Liliana Avalos Luis Avila Richard Avila Daniele Baker Kellie Ballejos Bret Barker Lisa Barss Russell Batchelor Adam Bell Brandon Bell Criss Bennett Ryan Bergthold Brian Bettencourt Mark Bettencourt Marci Black Shelley Brewer Susan Brown Eric Broyles Shannon Caine Larry Calderon Teresa Cannon James Cowdery Bryan Criswell Chad Culbertson Adarn Davison David Dir Lori Drysdale Judy Ellis Kenny Ellis Mike French Robert Garcia Tina Gear Melanie Gorteny Mark Goularte Racquel Goulart Shannon Gray Tera Green Scott Greenall Tami Higham Dustin Hitt Vicki Holik Ann Huckabay Mathew Hunt Richard Jacobsen Craig Jones Derek Johnson Nichole kenaig Amy Kendrick Zivanka Krstlc Tommy Martinez Shawna Matherly Kevin Mathis Grant McClung Karla McDowell Steve McNeailey Andre Medina Frank Medina Richard Mejia Natalie Mekeel Barney iviiiier Chadd Mitchell Jon Moore Joanna Multord Joel Munoz Ruben Munoz Phillip Murray Andy Navarro Loretta O'Bosky Jared Ogden Dawn Oliveira Jody Owens Cathy Pacheco Kerry Pniiiips Kenny Porter Juiie Price Wendy Price Mike Quesada Joey Ruvalcaba Brendan Salazar Manuel Saldana Chris Sawyers Robert Schelich Travis Seymore Jenise Shaw Robert Shaw Devon Smith Doug Smith Jennifer Smith Jenny Smith Scott Smith Scott Spearman Greg Spivey Kevin Spivey Jason Starling Mike Suzor Neil Suzor Mark Thornton Erick Tilley Becky Van Order Tracy Vasquez Dorothy Vinyard Pam Vinyard Mike Watkins Chris Wheeler Robin Wicks Howard Wilson David Case Zivka Krstic Celina Quintero Steve Wilson Jean-Paul Michelle Lee Tate Randin Barbie Woodrow Chabrouillaud Oren Levy Justin Rawson Tammy Shaen Charest Teena Lickey Jett Ray Woodrow Jose Chico Amy Linn Patty Reetz Ginger Woods Kristen Clark Kevin Luisi Henry Renteria Steve Wright Chris Coffman Robbie Amy Rice Alison Kevin Coffman Lundberg Bill Robertson. Jr. Youngblood Bill Cooksey Michelle Main Ryan Robison Anthony Zotti Shawn Corley Chad Martell Jason Royer Nathaniel Cory Michael Martinez MeliSSG Russell i l I i Club Index ' H 1 I ' . ' L MATH CLUB ,ri 1,-will , ' '-r' . if I lj V I The purpose of .prepare siuf , ' , , I dents for rnotn improve their , ' , skills in all aspects of The advisors are l 5f."'ff,-3 Chuck Drchiera, Erin and Sora Tanner. OF 'P fa Zs OFFICERS Megan Fulmer Haley Burgess Loyd Frank Chiu Steve Miller Patrick Cook Mui Ngo Mark Davis lvl.E.C.H.A. OWOTEDSSS origin. young as well its members club and FUTURE HOMEMAKERS AMERICA their IIVSS. Developing on interest in home economics, home economics careers, and related occupations is the purpo They provide services for food drives, Christmas food collections, and they also do o service activity once o month. advisors are Brenda Burke and Penny Morelli. Elida Aguirre Vivian Enlow Kymm Miller Mencly Valdez Janette Derrick Erin Johnson Irene Padilla Liz Vazquez - Bridgette Dlnkel Amber Loyd Cerina Pena Wendy Winslow Amy Engleko Evelyn Marquez Dora Pena Tina Woods OFFICERS Vice President-Tammy Valdez Treasurer-Drew Amavisca Secretory-Terend Eaton and Sarah Publicity and Treasurers-Gaylci Presidentflassandra Conner Mc Donald ing and Jennifer Jacobsen KEY CLUB se of FHA. MEDICAL C AREERS peo Preside Alvaraz Vice Davis Flynn AYTXOS I"IOII'TleS ln Hwang Glen Johnson Harrison Li Kim Miller Allan Sadoc Erin Thompson Yoko Ysuda y Root nn The purpose of Careers Club is students to field get pie nt LUCIDUC Englow Laurie u na Fulmer Gomez lan alerie endy vin MOCK TR S TEA Mock and the workings of criminal Trials provides students a criminal opportunity presentatio is Gerry KEYWANE S S6l'VIC9 Loyd Beacom work bath Haley Melinda Maile Headrick Victoria Hight Margaret lsham seiigiii Shawna Ziliges M W MUSIC AR TS CLU Story CIVIC! Evans Holmes vviiey Huber lsham Knowles Laurie Nilrneler Anne Noe Williams Williamson Williamson fo I ITTUSIC JGCKSOU lI'l9 Loppegaard Donnold Noel Smith Zillges 60 - Club index strives B Club Index PRESS CLUB I I STANDING ROOM oNLy The purpose of the Press Club is to allow students to explore careers in the field ot journalism while gaining hands-on experience writing and editing tor publica- tions, The membership of the club is composed of the starts of the PlONEER and OAK. Pioneer advisor Dean Simpson and OAK advisor Pamela Corliss are co- sponsors of the club. Antoinette Adame Tommy Aguina Melanie Flores Paul Gallndo Rita Mc Aulitfe Melody Mendonca Kristin Alexander Marion Andersen Amy Anderson Gayla Bolding Norma Castro William Cochran Martin Colridge Michael Craig Brian Cross Thomas Daglish Donny De Foe Alisa Durgarian Brian Greaves Alex Haley Jay Harper Mindy Hayes Gary Howard Oscar Huidor Tori Lee-Thomas Carlos Lemus Gina Lepore Rob Lindsay Ed Markwardt Noah Martin Stacy Mollsen Nanette Nettles Stacia Roberts David Rocha Jenny Seright Stephanie Sibbett Jackie Spears Stacy Spellman Sandra Valdez Tammy Valdez Julie Waters Kimberly Williams RACQUET CLUB The purpose ot the Raauet Club is to raise money for the tennis team and to encourage year round tennis playing The advisor is Peg Johnson, Any member of the Mt. Whitney student body who has an interest in theatre, acting or technical, can be a member ot the SRO Players, The Players produce two school plays per year. The fall production was Up the Down Staircase, The Players voted this year to apply for a troupe in the international Thespian Society. Players are invited to become members of the Society after they earn enough points, The advisor is Dave Wood. p,eS5dem,Ch,i5 Hedge Hope Hernandez Kristen Nave Derek Toledo Vice President-Andrew Maxwell gsflfjffg Holmes Erin 'Suite' Egbjn Reis , rinonson on rea iny Secremrywjenmfer Sundshom Sharon Kramer David Pedin Trowbridge Andy Bela Nicole Cronin Maxine Lacy Michelle Pickering Ginger Vinson Dana Cesena Kristi Davis Tamara Lane Danielle Porter Melaine Wade Jean-Paul Chabrauillaud Doug Duncan Sean Larsen Paula Putter Amy Walker Bill Cochran Jon Fraberg Carlos Lemus Chris Rider Phillip Wilson Nicole Collins Jay Harper Stacy Mollsen Melissa Jean Yoo Melaine Creason Peter Hendrix Melissa Mills Springmeyer Desiree Zotti V . l.C.A. 1 V.l.C.A, promotes industry to other schools through displays and competitions. lt is not only vocational, but also scholastic, and social. They participate in all sorts of competitions within the school and the state, The members also entered the regional level. Sometimes they go on field trips and do community services and club projects. The advisors are Craig Wight and Ken Hill, Marc Bennett Joshua D'Acquisto Matthew Howard Jason Nielsen OFFlCEf2S Timothy Bruton Steven Dalirnan Craig Jenkins Vern Nielsen PfGSlCi9f1lfMOile Heodfiok Donald Burns Richard Damon , Jorge Juarez Todd Parker Vice President-Grace Meraz Chris Butterfield Douglas Damko Brian Kliss Michael Quesocta SGCrelGIYXTTQGSUVETAMGTQGTST lSlW0m Scott Byerlee Hayes Davis Nova Krstic Frand Rue Jeff Byerlee Johnny Dees Armando Mascorro Brian Ruffner Semra Brewer Jeramie Matheney Robert Carman Marc Gonzales Ronald Mc Phail Mike Sinor Douglas Damko Pat Meraz Tiffany Chatten Justin Haines Michael Morin Brandon Urton Keili Eberlein Jason Moore Clark Hamman Phillip Murray Amanda Megan Fulmer Sean Replogle Collins l-loward Steve Nelson Eric Marie Hacker James Toschi Min Jiang Brian Tully l-Chiu Lee John Warren , ' i A RALLY CLUB The Mt. Whitney Rally Club is an organization designed to promote school spirit The club encourages all Pioneers to get involved and cheer on their school te ms Activities include painting signs, cheering on teams at games, promoting s spirit, and participating in homecoming a OFFICERS Rally Commissioner-Rob Lindsay Vice President-Shane Masters Secretary-Sabrina Wilson Treasurer-Michele Bushnell Public Relations-Kerry Wright SPANISH CLUB The main function is to raise money tor scholarships through the Spanish Club, With the profits from their candy sales, the members of the Spanish Club take a trip to Magic Mountain and have a dinner, The advisor is Lupe Gutierres. OFFICERS President-Matthew Bibbens Vice Presidentefivrace Meraz ICC Rep-Scott Nelson David All Amy Anderson Tanya Barton Todd Black Lisa Bless John Bratt Frank Chiu Christy Cortez Honorina Costa Kelly Covert Doug Damko Amy Engleka Jennifer Evans Marianna Evans Natalie Fistolerci Armand French Marie Hacker Jason Headrick Oscar Huidor Miguel Huidor ln Hwang Nichole lthurralcle David Jacobsen Heidi Johnson Aaron Kasdorf Christina Kovloni Danielle Lappegaard Yong Lin Jeramie Matheney Rita Mc Auliffe Michael Mc Curry Phillip Murray Diana Modrak Peter Mantuano Vicky Morris Kimberly Miller Laura Nadura Mui Paul Ngo Brent Nunes Celestine Rayos Richard Rosner Sean Replogle Allan Sadac Veronica Salsido Stephanie Sibbett Don Smith Kevin Swartzlander Spencer Thomas Esther Vera Julie Wells Brian Willson Wendy Wilson Shawna Zillges Spanish Club index 0 Y 62 ' Classes A-14 S X ftiifc' nk. RN ' Q9-X lxwmb' H1 QM GAG Classes W T ,K N 1 D R7 gk. 'Uft Y-N ?' W., . N. ,sw CXCESEFX - W no Alberto Aoosro 4 ri?ilf5TGCie .,..k ,Vhk H, Hhs. - Qrfen i A W' A gs, Senrors Enjoy Anyrnrng C-Soes I 4. Donnie Srnirh porks clown on 'rne nonging pizzo. 2. The closs of 88 snows who is number one. Seniors ' Robert Alvorddo Ddnd Andermdn IVlorion Andersen Michelle Anderson Tonjd Andreds Eric Andrews Kimberly Angsl Michelle Aroure i ' l 6 ' Seniors f-I-IIML-l-.....!'i'f fy 'E S A i 'l. The queen dnd her oourl Iedd The wdy. if M K 2. Working hord or hdrdly working is Cheri Gdllowoy. gi , ii i I la 2 Shelly Avila Melissa Bagley Jason Bailey Kellie Ballejos Andrea Beacom Rodney Bennell Dina Bergihold Mark Bellenoouri Gina Biancamano lvlallhew Bibbons Jimmy Bissai Jason Black Richard Bolhof Tamara Brazeau Slaoi Break Sande Brookshire Seniors f 'e ' or W3 QSS :af ' lll lBroL4Jn 1 Danny Buena Ei C Donald Burns Shonelle Bynum i ' Lrsa Byrne Reber? Carman l Shelly Carman Krmberly Carson C Laurel Carrer Aaron Casale f Norma Castrol ,Dana Cesna CQTWSIKMB Chavez 1 I rrr Jose Chaco Teresa Clarke Michele Bushnell 6 Seniors Wayne Coburn Wiiiiam Cochran Kevin Coffman Mariin C inage Jeff COFH T D Karen C3 if Moira Cox Assemblies Can Aiiraoi All i if X vw, w,,,,,.iif'v.,N A I 'T' 'X 'X , -M ,J 'I, Rod Snulman geis inio ine spirii. 2. 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Seniors 0 1 s,Siacey Meijgdonca fxqxl l ST9pDQQ?lM"'9r i f iii s Z s ,1 Vanessa Molina Siacyo EMDHSGD JOSOlWfifMOOfS Michael 'Morin A at 5 1 ' ? - i vmiai fl 15 N Seniors Relax Ch The Quad sv-nw .yu 84 - Seniors 1. WhaT's Gina Lepore coniemplaiihg . . . This Time? 2. Derek Toledo is caughi deep in mediiaiion. Crt 1 USS F85 Vicrorio Morris Michoe! Mueller Romani scoff-br ber f Krnsren Ngye r or Scofr o Ke NQQ oo'frore r Mus Ngofi Vern e Lourie Niimeier or USNO e r Sei If, ,1,1 .,-' no -,,- 'V ,wr f,f. ,. -.-r,:v,,:q1.f1.fm:,-M - - f f 'rr-fsffgswsszrirfff , fr- f,.-f, -uvviwsrr:-r A.,,. f,,.,.,b,rr ,, ' ' , ,- f ' 'i'gijT:15E??2!i,? Seniors Thomas Nunes Loreiia O'Bosky Joe Oohoa Noah Ogden Dawn Oliveira Dawn Oliveira John Oriega Robert Osierbauer Cathy Pacheco Debra Palomino Kaihy Parady Todd Parker Denise Paiion Susan Paizer Adam Peck David Peden 86 0 Seniors 'Q 'x Doro Peno Brodley Penclergosl Michelle Pickering Glenn Pilmon Down Price Wendy Price Nick Prilcneli Celino Quiniero 1 fl. Roso Solis wolches olieniively lo see whoT's nexl. 2, Mike McCorTny gels down during ine lip sync concert. Seniors 0 8 7 Senior PaceseTTers Eleven senior sTandouTs were selecTed This year by The 'I987-88 "PaceseTTer" selecTion commiTTee. The "PaceseTTer" program, which is in iTs second year, is designed To give recogniTion To approxi- maTely Ten senior sTudenTs who "sTand ouT from The crowd." A "Pa- ceseTTer" is defined as a sTudenT who l'seTs goals and reaches These goals Through conTinuous efforT: someone who has gone ahead and sTayed There." PaceseTTer nominaTions were accepTed from boTh sTudenTs and faculTy. A selecTion commiTTee of Ten sTudenTs and nine faculTy members Then narrowed down The IisT of 39 nominees To 20 TinalisTs. A secreT balloT was Then Taken To decide on The final l'Pace- seTTers". We are proud To presenT To you The 4988 "Senior PaceseT- Ters". 0Ther finalisTs who deserve recogniTion are Tammy Brazeau, Susan Denham, lvlarie Hacker, lVlargareT lsham, STeve King, Mike Mc- Carihy, ScoTT Nelson, Celina QuinTero, and JaneTTe Wiley. . . xl- .Ei- T if it ax? is-'Q Julie lvlehrlen Gina Lepore Alex Haley CSF: French Club CSecreTaryj: Press Club: Junior AsTronomy Club fVice-Pres.j: CSF: College CSF: lVloTh Team: Choir, Ensemble: Cross-Coun- Class Sec.fTreas.: Yearbook: Newspaper: STu- Awareness Club: PhoTo Club: Press Club: VllaTer- Try QCO-CapTainj: Track. denT l?epresenTaTive To Visalia School Board. polo: Swimming: Newspaper: Yearbook EdiTor: Jennifer Sundsirom Drama Club CSec- Treas., Presb: Spanish Club: MT. WhiTney Dra- ma: Communify Dra- ma: Summer Foreign Exchange STudenT- Sweden. 88 0 PaceseTTers Slide Show. gi'- lll' f John .gg FisTolera M W CSF: DECA qSTaTe VP., STaTe Pre-sidenTj: Mock Trial: Band: Swimming: WaTerpolo: Frosh Class Presidenl: Sophomore Class Yell: ASB PresidenT. r ' 'Q Glenn Healh CSF: Mock Trial: Music Arls Club CPres.Q: Spanish Club: lVlen's Glee: Pioneer Choir: Ensemble: High School Honor Choir: Walerpolo: Swimming: ASB Officer-ICC: USAV Rep. CSF: College Awareness Club: Keywanelles: Mock Trial: Racquet Club: Freshmen Sec-Treas.: Sophomore Sec-Treas.: ASB Treasurer: USAV Rep: Tennis: Swimming: Summer Foreign Ex- change Sludeni-Germany. Maile Headrick Q llll i ,l l ,lvl :fl u 'li' CSF QPresidenTj: College Awareness Club: Keywanelles: Racquel Club: Spanish Club: Slu- denls Against Subslance Abuse: Freshman Class Vice-Pres.: Volleyball: Tennis. Wendy Wilson n ' i 1' 4 ii 5 Andrea Beacom CSF: Keywanelles CSecreTary, Vice-Pres., Presi- denlj: Mock Trial: Spanish Club: Cross-Counlry Track: ASB Secretary of Publicity. '-'l""-iw, Danielle Lappegaard CSF: Keywanelies: Rally Club, Spanish Club QSecy: Sophomore Secretary: Sophomore Yell: Senior Class Presideni: Varsily Songleader 4986- 87: Cross Counlry. W1 Academic Decalhalonf AFS: Astronomy Club CSF: Malh Club: fPres.j: Math Team: Mock Trial Orchesirag Youlh and Government Summer For- eign Exchange Sludenl-Germany. Henry Li George Royfielcl John Reed Korhleen Roberts Kindro Roberrs Srooio Roberrs Joson Robinson Aclrion Robles Sophi RoTh 14' . 4. Corhy Pacheco, Tommy Verrssnrno ond Kenr Kublk moron for senror rlghrs 2. Lorie Vole knows whor she wonfs Q Seniors Julie Rudd Steven Rudig Ruben Rue Glorio Ruiz Cnedric Russell HGOTHGF Sdndborn Yuki Solo Ddvid Schofield Jdmes Snepord Rod Snulmdn MGVTY Silvos Joe Silveird Mike Sinor sein SIOUQIWTGT Donold Smiln Dwdyne Srniin Seniors 0 ? 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Conehead Bill Cochran gels involved wilh homecoming aclivmes QA 0 Seniors 'E I Virginia Vinson Pam Vinyara Tamara Vogt Jon Warren Julie Walers Danice Weaver Jennifer Wells Slepnen Wnire Michael Wlenl Janelle Wiley Toby Williams Melanie Williamson Melissa Williamson Wenay Wilson Loren Wooarow Tammy Woodrow Seniors 0 Ginger Woods Tino Woods Chorles Woody Kerry Wrighr Lorie Ydle Dend Yows Ldrs Yensen Cdroloinn Zorn 4. Mdrksmen Roberr Lindsdy ond Nodh Mdriin scdn The qudd for UDTOITIGG beosrs. 96 0 Seniors Comerci Shy Anioineri Addme Drew Amovisco Tony Aquino Vicior Borrios Kevin Beiderwell Jdrrid Bernhdrdi Chris Brown Omdr Brown Greg CODFGTG Syivio Cdrmond Jedn-Poul Chdbrouiiloud Amber Cidrk Jdmes Corbin Bryon Crisweli Miguel Ddvild Hdyes Dovis Doyid Ernberron Cesor Esirodo i-ldrvey Ferndndez John Formdn Morio Gdlorzd Sergio Gdrcio Jennifer Gibson Mdurice Giichuwdy Ddvid Gorreli Michoel Grdjedd Bridn Grdy Jdrnie Green Dusiih Hdrdwick Crciig Holzschuh Jorge Juorez Terry Kidwell Kennefh Ldvinder Aiexdnder Legrd Ddren Lynch Hildo Mddrigol Shane Mdsrers Frdnk Medind Jeremy Morris Frdncisco Munoz John Munoz Moirhew Pdrhom Dovid Puenie Michdel Quesddo Willidm Roberison Kenny Robles Alberi Rowidnd Chiew Sdechoo Richord Soimeron Andrew Severns Desiree Shockelford Chdrles Siricklin Joe Torres Ronerid Wesion Rondld Whiie Krisio Wornock --- - - -Ql- 'Z .Q-'QQ MW yi, . n ri 1 Second Semester Senior Closs Officers: Julie Egri,Closs Yellg Derek Toledo, Vice Presidenlg Bill Cocnron, Presidenlg Michele Bushnell,SecreToryfTreosurer. V "dans - Pirsl Semester Senior Closs Officers: Ddnielle Lciooegoord, Presi- deni, Nichole Ilnurrolde, Vice President, lvlorion Andersen, Secre- TOlYfTl9GSUf9lf Kelli Vorner, Cldss Yell S9l'1lOfS ' S V S if ll , Lk .Wm kkyf ,, ,, ,, ,,,,:f, Akk..... N,.,,,,, . .W K .... ,,,,,:w,. ,A... W ,.,..W, ..v,, . . , ., ,, N., ,. Juniors' 4989 P The Fruit-of-the-Loom girls, Sabrina Diaz, Megan Fulmer, Amber Loyd and Amy Engleka pop out of no where. ' ' " , r T, fi . W " A -'r V i M A r f , - . i M ""'i N A 1 -- W ,,,, ' ' I 1 w f ,, f ' ,,,, ,Z -U, V I V I . -3- W5 ' 1 :MA bw rw, M., '6f"'7 Sheri Achferberg Lucinda Alvarez Kevin Ashworlh Daniel Baker James Barker Melissa Base Marc Bennett Gina Adams Daiena Anaya Edward Pauline Baldiviez Peter Barrel? Nikkeile Baskovich Marci Black Allison Akin Maricruz Arzola Ausherman Molly Baldwin Lisa Barss Cherie Bell Edwin Bohorquez Danielle Bali JUDlOfS ' Juniors' 4989 ' Juniors 5.-. ,mm ff Dx Q38 qv i W td F :ZP ... W , A , T, Ame. 1- rs .... 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Amy Engleka Vivian Enlow Alisa Durgarlan John Englebrighl Jerry Ennis I Viigl 9 eweeff is we 5 X A R Y my iff- 5 Q S Eric Fees Tammy Fee Jay Ford S Juniors ' Juniors' 4989 - Junior "bf" i :iL1 gig Q 3 , S W3 an i . X , f A 423 :VZ X fwfr. X N X f Sw X 3 NK K X X Sk Q , A X 5 Tracye Fox John Franco Terry Franco Kenny Frisbee Jonathon Froberg Megan Fuirner Q? r x X x V W K X r J Ti rd X X r w r wi' ws i' r, 1' j W' 'V Y , in :Ii gg QW. A ex in 5 X zu Q Y . ,K . X X Mew or A , - x, 5 U .' 4 X V-an J ,,,r,,, r Er: .s N. - 13. wi EE3 e- - Fai gi F Q. Q' -, if ,- u 51 'Fl-, ' - 'Q sk i 3 J X ff 1 ,gi 'N XXX x K X W X Cnrisiina Galloway Anthony Gaivon Monica Garcia Rene Garcia Robert Garsrer Norman Garza iii V sw 3, J, J ie W Y b ,fi ,K A ig K f ' . - his f' .x . J.. . .. :Ei W' . eee oooo 1 i Q. I , 5 Q5 2 - , 'Qi .-1 if -K ' K V . A ggi . 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' K I J mm.. surfer J :X - , KL'k m:L U L - H L..- J R . 111 I 5 pr if .N , Jana Harper Jay Harper Elaine Harrell Roger Hayashi' Melinda 'Hayes Ronald l-leaiherly X ss xx sr X is Jason Hedrick Bobby Henderson Peter Hendrix Gina Housion , ' J, Thomas Howard ' Paul Howe Oscar Huidor Jill Hulsey Kimberly Ivy Jumom'4989 ,sr grass vw' Rich Borbon and Mark Davis get ready To go out on a dare. X Q gj f, ' si ""i.L. -. sz, ,Q Ni .J M. E 5X Daren Jackson Monica January Julie Johanski Jennifer Jokes Jenan Michael John Johnson Sieyerysianca Jackie Joharrski Kristina Jones Juniors - Juniors' 4989 ' Junior fi H we Y' - :Kofi :N .ji in . n X X an Z.. XXJJXXX A ggkhvy X n r . . f,Lk, :,. X .X I-Q ,, . X S38 , :r ' 151 XX , ,- 32XiaX: ' Sf Xi J , 3, as , X 4 .sX X X Jr N 1 Q X53 Q Y A Q Q1L:5 :E::5ffff7ii!ff5 iiillmii I . 11 121 , ZZLV XX .izz ., or K are 'ff .J .gee .K , X ur .....,. XXX YNEEX "'x""', 1 Eifiifiiiifi ' 3 - . , X X XJ X - J .X ..... ,,, F iw XV- 1 A: hE J ox ,..r s ,X ..:.X:::-:--- . X S 1,LA ,M XXXXQQ X NW YT' V W :::E, --- X X ,Xe s w XXX N XX MH 4. Noah Martin, Jenny Serighf and Danielle Bail keep each other warm during a football game. X 59? x EQ? Xx-19 Y 'ASKK 8' X Xi x Q ig A 5 X55 X X KX e ' 3 X, N ix X1 -xfr X'-rf12::wXJX:Xfe . X,,X X E X., -S 'I' Qikiifwi iTfi::I:E1:' X X. XXX ii. .. . .. ......., A..... ,. 5 S2555 532 154: K , X e 3 S Q, 'R 1 f f X eenr X 1 X Q x X XXV r XX X X X X X XX XXX X -- JXQXXX gg i X NX Q :NY Q RQ X Q 5 SX X X gk Jag SX X ss X if X X sin, X5 2 lee Q 3 rX Maxine Lacy ' J J h Roberruones . J Donald Kelly Susie Kerley Jczcqueiin Knight 'Tobias Komar - l ' ,Aaron Kasdorf Siephanie Jason King X Christina Knowles J Robin Krakow , Lisa Lampmon " Amy Kassel Kennedy 1 David Kneelond Tom Knox Dawn Kykerr , Deann Lancaster Mort Kennemer X h . Tamara Lane Dclvid LGDSV S605 LCIYSGD Barry Leak " Darren Lee I-Chiu Lee Lisa Lee Mkchelle Lee Tori Lee-Thomas swam r Q X N, S' di W X I f 'Wi ' . 3 X is-f a 'E YL A K ff Jumomv4989 ' 'Z , ei, ,paw I M Gayla Bolding assisrs Oscar Huidor during yearbook class. .M f , if QR ,,-- i X gig, . .K 5 .. Stacey Lewis Amy Linn Sedelia Lizordo' Marihew Lockhad Greg Lomeli Amber Loyd M .qs N S53 it y mf- nf ,.... A Xr,,,A: -1 S "3 " ' use -. - ,ME .. - fffessi, 1: L k'L . :ear f-- fit, . ewew verve, . v -W A :F 5 ,,,. T , P. . A--- 3 ii . .r,r, Phillip Lumen M Deanna Marrin Lia Markham Marc Martin Michelle Marquez Atfred Marfinez Daniel Marvin Stacey Mason Sean Massey i- X V fy W , ' --ir f SM 'I s :sr EW we aa , .... .rw - ty- . we - ,y , r W are 2 K , X nf re-f Jeramie Matheney Kevin Mathis Nei! Mafz " , X. F X , as. A -N nr: ' : . rgggjgkglkvqty. - ' "' - "Tk-V-: SQ::fXK- -N .... ,... X .. - .. - -I :1::Fq3,55g5 - '- -:I 55' 55 Wkfiiiiiifg f i ' ' "- ix if .- . ' we fx!" i I W. A '5?'f:if'? we as M Q? ,,.. ,,,,,. ,,,, x a H :.1:y V 5 K M I S Sreven McNeaIly Steven Michael Mc Curry McPhee1ers Shawna McWilliams Greichen Maze Gram Mc Clung AQ, i Juniors 0 Juniors' 'I989 v Juniors is X '+ WX X A is . X 5 X N is . ax . k X K ' :,,, ,::.: 5, XMN -' ' "-, X , ....: mum X E.. X X g Q X X f Q 'N X X 9 Y X ee J QQ X 25 Ns r ig X ms q 1 Q 4 "Nw, .255 VX ,:,.. Q .Q , miiim as as i ,,. : L Rf "' A - 5 4 L:- N is as 'iw 5 X X 1 in if is Q.. NL A X , L . . ' 77' wi-is K 'im' .Q W., Don Marvin con'l seem To keep his Toys aT norne. Andre Medina Roberi Meeks Rochelle Mendez Melody Mendoncc Patrick Meraz Kevin Messinger Stacy Midcllebrooks Holly Miller Kymm Miller il is X NK X F X Xa" 1 . . S9 ' as wk N N x 'SN' 3 , X r 5.-'f5X.', , K , ,X . .. 1 i!.:5. wk Q X., si X .... X WX 5 1 we ,. ff 'F V -,gr 1,1 giifg'-fs ufi-f .-Q V s i U, -H s-- A ' K .. . F '?sssfLfX..fQ gas, -His' is X IZA ZEZX , , .,.i V ,A K m. N m h ., 56 l ..-- X 1 '-ii is r ,, as 9 X' 5 I JSR is s . Q4 . is Isobel Miranda Ronald Moore Jeff Moring David Mullen Stacy Murcn Richard Navorretfe Cynthia Neal Julie Nelson Kimberly Nelson Sieve Nelson Lee Nesbitt Loroina Newnouser we-r " X - Li Q AKLLL -s i X N .25 'K , 'Osh . 2' XS' X N "r ,go X, l i Q'--we 6"Y5 - X Q .. 1 Jason Nielsen Jamie Nobis Bryon Noel Kristi Nutler Shelley Ocnoo Angela Oliver ..... -s rf il A sei fav I ssss .S i 'sv y K s X M . X X J? h 4, sv K 'Q is . , R A... if ww I-,sis-' - '-1'v A 1 , 'Fl W Q 9 3? ini ' cv . .us X A . s lx' xxx -we ,iw wg 1, I sw,-fi... X. L. -s Juniors' 4989 S ll fs: Y X fx K I ,- 5 Q ug T -we E- . that f " i' ,. P ' ' Y ff 4" 'K' ' as .., :I C - "yi: A K . .... .. S , Ns . -Y- I x .... .. wg . . , -. .it is .W - .1 .5 ' K' 'S' K xx I K . -k--k ' x l "2 ' . . 'N . lv . K " 1 'Y 'WP W S '.:: 1 Ms. s ,gzi Q A K . 4 L -ihi ii.. .E E W Q. .- k ss. . .b K. X ik. X ., 5, i in ...M-. A ":: r Kevin Olson Todd Pacafsky Dawn Parlridge Pamela Paxlon Bryan Peck Lydia Pedregon .... Wm Ar- vs- 1 .J EE f is Flower Penner Lisa Pereira John Perez Tony Perez Christopher Peterson Jason Phelps vs K J X 11 1' A Janelle Pierson Eric Pope Christine Porler Kevin Presser Ddvid Price Rhonda Rddish . w ---- V .. -was El s: 'Was ' ,sm .., "J -, -S-ns wr Q' ff" Q Dora Ramos 'Juslin Rawson Kalrina Ray James Royfield Shane Reynolds Phillip Rhodes A 5 Claire Dick and Julie Johonski are obviously besl bud- dies. Brenda Richardson Amilia Rickells Healher Roberlson Reynaldo Robles Anno Rollo David Rocha Janel Root Kalhryn Roland Joy Rool Juniors ' Juniors' 4989 0 Juniors .. J ,. i..., X i . .,:, - .X o i, 5- 5:5 ::'.: F3311 kkik kihkk XXXX isi f XE l ,,,.... x ,X ,:i:. -Q:-Ns - f 1: ' g irl " ' " ' 2 r -if nf si f2"g5fffsgg. 'S Ia , X as .. ..i:,,,, Xml? .XWQXXX AMX-Xi? ' -"' i ' ,R --H 0 it 1 ' V X 'K i. - 5 X X LL.L in X s Y is N l wi i as 5' X A R .... 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Pairicia Salazar Jessica Sauceda Jennifer Serigni Tiffany Snookley Kendra Simpson Eric: Sisk Veronica Salsido Annie Scnnaufer Kristi Shepherd Jason Silva Kirk Simpson Andrea Smiih Pairiok Sanders Wendi Schofield Andrea Sherrill Ron Simmons Samantha Sinclair Laura Smith ?fiL5 Iicole Collins DeDe Stair, Cindy Trowbridge and Dawn yker slop for a quick piciure on Their way To The . . 1 SWX Q 1 W3 -al? h W L L A ik Juniors' 4989 M L 1 H xy if X or fix- 2 "-."2':uv' ,vu can ,ran X mm sxxwgm Q' Ni?JiEEEJli if A I.. ,ri- fi hksw , vw H" is 'Nr gk f 5' X xx , -nw NW' of 3 , s 0 -. -sf ff -A A V, I Remix Desiree Soleno Daniel Souza Jacquelin Spears Sandra Solis David Souza Melissa Springmeyer Jason Stafford Deanne Stair Rachele Slandridge Rhonda Sline Gare-it Sloffeis Lori Sfolesbery .S f W . f swf s iiii ' S 11 Q Rodney Slreeper Dana Toovey Deanna James Toschi Tellechea Susan Trammell Sonya Tennison Javier Tercero Darcy Terry Shannen Tncsendare Cindy Trowbridge Roy Tugmon Roberi Tunnell Janice Vela Lawrence Velasquez Jesse Venegas Tonya Vonada Melanie Wade SNGDFIOD Wallace Juniors 0 Juniors' 4989 Q- S E Q sf 5, 1 Q A O xx S s sl 4' s sm.. SX wg W.-'lk F x s , Q, L we W X Q, " si i ss it N E 'X 5 x 5' sr .L ae- ,A Wk elf? my' K me ' 1' 1 4.- : -- - f .S Sis '- I.. ,gs nw ,B s s X ' i X .... x W...-f ' lah 1 'L' -D lf' In , ,Q 1. -Y ': My , -K. on 4 inf Wi i A ll, QW V?-so M Slocy lvliddlebrooks, Liso Bueno ond Liso Lomprndn show Redwood Ranger Monique Villolobos how cool il is To be o Pioneer. Denise Word .loson While Krisli Wilson Corrie Winslow Ronold Wollring Chrisly Vorbery Jeon Yoo Cody Wheeler Robin Wicks Phillip Wilson Wendy Winslow Melisso Wrighf Korl Yeofer Russell Young DGIDNO Wl1iSenOnl Christopher Wilson Steven Wilson Brion Winter Shannon Wright Brice Vocum Anthony Zorrl ' Juniors we N., N Juniors-4989 ' . .53 W k seas i -r saws., . f-.ws L-so - . QV SQL JT .s sa -- wi - - .K . QiQ5ft',-.Je 4. r'- , Q, ,sf , .V , . .. Lee! ivy? QC 'S ., . . . 5'..5.,,, 5:x .aw X 13 X -N. K self irst Semester Junior Class Officers: Chris Knowles, Secretary: Dan Marvin, President, Mindy Hayes, Vice-President. Camera Shy James Arnold Ronda Barker Silverio Barrios Brian Beavers Robert Berggren Tamara Brown Dwight Brumley Niels Burgess Eliseo Carrera David Clayden Christopher Collins Brian Coulson Todd Danner Clay Darr Pasaualdi Fernandez Zoila Figueroa Leopoldo Gonzalez Mark Greenall Christopher Hall James Head Kimberly Heard April Honeycutt Bruce Hopper Daniel Hydash Denise lcho Jennifer Jackson Nash Jacauez Junior Johnson Julie Leach Kyle Loveless Kevin Luisi Desiree Malek James Malloy David Manfredi Aaron Marcum Chad Martell Edwin Mathis Andrew Maxwell Andrea McNitt Eric McQuown Doris Mendoza David Miller Kimberly Miller Samir Mitri Earl Moore Sherry Morrison Joel Munoz Dennis Neal Victoria Nell Stephen Paine Christi Pearson Federico Pena Thomas Phelps Ron Pogglone Deanna Porter Aaron Quinton Veronica Quiroz Ricardo Rasner David Richardson Adam Rojas Daniel Romero Jeremy Ryan Veronica Saenz Manuel Saldano Rene Salinas Jose Salmeron Chuck Schmidt Julie Scianna Somsanith Sengchanh Robert Shaw Kimberly Speldell Jennifer Terrian Lode Tigulo Erick Tilley Loren Turner Brian Vanciel Vanessa Vasquez Anna Veiasquez Clark Vitale Deborah Welty Lana Whitworth Curtis Witte Chris Wray Laura Yancey ,gr ,fri ? gf 4-1 V 1 , if , , Z , . . , .yr Second Semester Junior Class Officers: Mindy Hayes, Secretary: Todd Pacofsky, President: David Ruddy, Vice-President, Annie Schnaufer, Class Yell. Juniors ' Q ix 'l'I'I W8 5 ei ss ' 4990 ix x 4713 . .3 .fr wr - X ,, ,S L q,: ggi i , 5 mr - 5 -K Q 'L i w, , Socorro Aboytes Nadu Abubcicer Geoffrey Aciolion Octavio Aguirre Stephanie Allen Mandy Alves A ee z A ' 'A 1 'S K' 35523 ,,.. .. KN T Nw Jennifer Anczllo Amy Anderson Kevin Anderson Angelo Arecnor Shori Asberry Brent Bagley r Sarah Bordone Gino Bcrlogio Michael Barnes Rosolindci Barron Tonya Barton Russell Batchelor PK "My new cop is pretty keen, huh?" osks Steve Hanson. A Q. Ae.,,.:e.. ,,... ,M .,, .. . A M X in if I ' :3.2:if:51l'5s 35' X N . 5 i.. "'- 5 , A ,ww w.. J- ,ze W, lg!! Abdul Beig Brendon Bell Aoron Bennetts Brion Bettencourt Andrew Beld Rhonda Bennett Steven Bergmann Bloin Bibb Sopnornores ' Sopnomores' 4990 ., If L . . W L C i l. -ff 211 lirfffrfl. -1' 3 'f Best friends, Nicole Cronin ond Jono Kerry Bissof Dole Bldckrnon Jdson Block Lisd Bless Todd Block Gloria Bowen 4 v Sopnomores ' -' -eifef' E.: . :,. . i"' , Q orrrrrrrrr xi X BS X -iw WE 'MD' X - X 'W Q. , X.... ew ,X """ ' X C ' A f' , .. fy .. - 1 xc . 1- X - f- - " ' f' ' - 1 - K "ii "" i fi K A . VVV Q . . S L " 3 f C ' . ' ,ff .-'L . ..,, A 3 . -' .- - - Z f B f if . ' , I X' rw-we - .... . -- ' r Q .- or il -1:2 - - f 11 . I H 3 A A ER R K i if , .2 : x A f .J .. :JM :gif . X :f i K Qi X ' f . . E , 'S c f Powell, give ! R . . iff ir. ...C ,nw ""-n GD offeclionole squeeze for The cdrnero. Dovid Brolherlon Jeffrey Michelle Buff Gerrod Brown Buchneisler Kimberly Butler Scolly Bruton Kevin Buckelew Scott Byerlee Sdrdn Buckner Lcxrry Cdlderon Dovid Coldwell William Cannon Carlos Corrnono Morgorild Cclrrnono Donn Cosole .cc " 'B fir y , aff? , ' fy , W ,V ,,, V gl V " f fl f , M f Jizz! f gwef W my f f WWW AH- sv-'4' - suit .sg Q25 .5 " 'fi n . .. Nl . x mg X x X N X XXXXX 1 HQ ' M eiie Y Garrett Cdsey Sieve Cdudle Timolhy Cnobrouilldud Elizobelh Chovez Kdly Childers Dovld Childress Qzfqfmm 'gl W Solohornores' 4990 ws, 'mx' Q 1 L R ix N 1 X. i . .... .. Q K ,,.. i I L :LL - . ' 'ws +1 - l F5440 ..-.uussliha . gig' ,fiiy 1 -fa, Vg " 52, C nur . ,X X 1 AAAA .. -Q l o ft l - -me . K, . , 1 5 . . . , V' " . A Steve Wiley ond Michelle Story, the newest members of the mofio. I , ,1.ee , ' :I A l 'eIhe.e lf S, -it al l .i :.: i A 4 N ,KRW 1 C " f At A one W ,H gp Eric Chilton Fronk Chiu Alon Christensen Brion Collins Shorl Cologronde Shown Corley Christine Cortez Brlon Costa Jennifer Cowger Christine Cronk Nicole Cronin Dorln Cross Liso Cruz Stephanie Cuellar Somuel Dollmon Richard Domcirl Sholinder Dong Rhoda Dorby Dcnlel Delioe Motthew DeMolignon Judi Delvlello Elizabeth Deon Sophornores 0 Sophomores- 4990 f fa- ES XXS- Q? X . . X 1 far gg if BA ,ig .H ".k K K X M X if K s X - A 1 as , . X5---1 N .3 3' L' K 2 g l i Q " ' f l iii: - I I 5 M' ' 53 ,, iv . . 'ffm - .ff gslfaki '- is .L :is Q -- -K-k L wi-r. :gi .,- ., K- . ,T X - r :Me . . A E 5 -, :L H 'al QP xx 3 X SN is 15 X SI S QX fm :sm G' X is X' is is a r X is M4 Shelly Darby refuses To smile preliy for The camera, Marlin Delgadillo Ty Denney Shawn Dillon Douglas Duncan Damian Delgado Janelle Derrick David Dir Carolyn Ecker Jennifer Denham Brandon Susan Docken Jennifer Ellis Dicochea ,I - Sophomores X i i K iss- X arf X 'M ml: X unix M "' 1- 'f'i-'Sew 'L 1 'i' Z,I:- :g tw 'T rt is X S5 X if Qi s nr vw X f ,N 5 X .- :I Q ,,,, k. K X QB X K fi' 1 X Q 'K f 'T r Steven Ellis Brian Emerick Jennifer Evans Sabrina Faria Sfephani Farris Scoll Finney fs i ' '- 'Sim-4' 1 ,es i . QQ: Q we il X NX 1, X im in - if H, ff ,, 'VPN 65 ...qi ,,r Xsii KAI' H E 'A" si 3 i x , i f" Jesse Fischer Naialie Fislolera Elizabeth Fleming Melanie Flores Roberl Force Michael French ag. - N. Fx X Y, I sniff' Y if iw- ii ,,-- H 9 it f 'X J -Z: X NX X X . Year Stacey Fritz Marcos Galaviz Shandra Gallagher Tina Gallamore Billy Gamez Shana Garber Sophomores' 4990 ,,,, ,4,u- ?rzi W ,af Q A My fyrnl wif ' , HJ A A M 1' ,i -f ' ' . ,ww , A . , '.,.' V - U " ' y 4 4 , .W fr , ., ,X W 'fl fi f L "" y 'i 2 4 V A, ,F i f ks , , Q V Q ai?-2? , V 19. 4. , ..,, I ,, 1, , ,V 5, .m A M , ., I3 0 .- Efren Garcia Dino ' Giannandrea Amy Gibson I fa 'X Thes Ruben erdcsings Kevin Glasgow Suzanne Gienn ,,""? 1 ,W it yy wir, , za H, n YW- i ,ww ,p"""i-. x .fi 14-by 'gf' , , AH F' ' i ' - "- "'h G t 1 :,,, ,,,g M -gym ,W ,V NN, i - 9 9 s I 4 qw Z V . I 1 r ,,' M , N, 1 , ' e happy sophomores act crazy on Almost Anything Goes Night. Ryan Glispey Frances Gonzales Matthew Griffiths Jonathon Haftey Steven Hanson Jennifer Gloria Lisa Grant Angelic Guinn Ryan Hamrnan Kevin Hawkins Jennifer Glynn Levi Green David Gutierrez Christine Hanna Ryan Hayton Sophomores 0 Sopnomores' 4990 -3 I, Vg www -fy , ' k ki., ,q.K,5gA:. -f fmgkf, M A Natalie Fistolera models her formal wear on Queen Wanna Be Day. 5 -- : k'n' a. i Sigifg REQ A'SQi?EE ieQa?kn 5 als E A i ' L I S '5i':1 '5.lf:5::" " "ityiiigifiliifiiiiiilg :ESS smssea- tr.: 11fff::5ae .... .. iweymwi -- "M k:sEs5iN 'kn' S "-- 1 fa. 335 smww f X .ii ':..'f555E551 " K' ,iiimiftxi I X . iii. I g li ,. . g - K wx- w XXX 1. - w5:f.'EE :S .XX w N eeeee, ' 2 K Was:-J' ' ' Vwmwww S N Q-AW -1 X .gig mmggem , iif K5 K wg -i 3 ' - " "'HE1,s2ss zzgjxg' .. 5 " X +i2sS?N '- ,. e ' AQ1Sf:i? e Q -wwwe ww ewwewm sg . SWA N X X MX X 'A iii V Mgielgiii gf. . Ss? ew, xiii M Eiif 55555 X x XX X S X E gwwk Q Y 5 X, F ax.: S . Sf . . A fees. 1 S Q ' , f :Q . ,-- ,: :. f -12 , wg SE' is Q SSE S S ee s X N Q X x 5 E X X , ei XX XXM 7 iwwmwm Q' X X fs sr Q ss 5 S, ' Sophomores 255 :Q 5 Us . N e . Q . A Q -R M y 'xx x K. Ni' 38: K -.. ..,- rg X I , . K K' ,J i . Q 4' " 1 I X .7 4 -+ X 2 Q Q 1 , , Q or " . .. .... :........gjj K: 3 N ' 5 . Y 1. - L 3. 3 N gi . q -K V11 5 ,I 3vxENxi..: , K .. ,ve 1' T. , '-,Z f' - 1: Q, vi. l. -M-"R - .1 'V' V ' . Y i V' ' ---, k ' ' 'wr' 'cy .iv 4 lx i 1 ' A i K -..-. " K .. ,E MQ, . L - in 'v K 2. 1- . . - ' .L 1 , ., 5. kg - Q .5 . fr W - . - r use ai 0 . in WWW ,i k L . . X ef .Ai r NN Xie Y S NA: an SS X V. ::.., , x Q x x r i . KW ' tiWia1iirw1.' 1 '- leaiher Newkirk, Jodi Parsley, and Brendan Willmore are overly enlhusiaslic about Taking roles. Craig Jones Mary Jungwirfh Colleen Kelly Randal Kirchmeier Robert Konold Jerry Jones Vanessa Kaiser Kristina Kelly Brian Kliss Ahmad Kolob Patrick Jones Cristina Kaviani Denise Kilgore Shannon Konishi Dawn Kramer Sophomoresv 4990 Q oeo . 1 1 . . 1 3 E x g i iv' - -N ..., -- - ' I 5- kipjg . .lz. 5 , :.. , ,. '- l i Qt .Y 1 N - . 'CJ s. rr . ,X fa K Q . 1 'K 5 N 5 t ix X K I X r Aiii if ' A r, i' fi" N, - 6... ,Y H 21 N 1 :.. Q x,-,Q ,N A 3 if X Sharon Kramer Nova Krstic Jason Kukas Melissa Kyle Tina Lai Tirnolhy Lalanne X., .... .. .Vi Q E, 'YV Valarie Lara John Lawson Michael Ledbefler Yong Lin Marisa Llamas Suzann Lopes Sophomores 0 Soiohornores' 4990 in .- , , , 401445 V i S My 5 W W W. , by 5,3 ' w W , V555 ff4P'?V7'i'1,i "" ' "'I H i' 'H 4 'iw i,,rr,f if mn, ' i -, N ,f ' V, 'jk rf' ,.,,A 5 f 4 7 X fs we ff' 49- '- f f f 1 i, , if 1 f Q5 ,Q K if , Af f -, , , ,f ., .. ff 5 A95 'Y' i 1 , iii ' vii ,"5',rf'QlrQ V7,r"Vf.1- " V 1 , Wriiii y lli " ""'fvWf . If . ' ' QS? f is r - W I ,lr -- :Mawr 3 , " ' : Jrfiili ,La ' V , f ff? 15' M rw 7995 I A ,,,, , W , ' -- 15. , "-w, ,ri if ff I ,f 'iii ' 4, Wt. , 11, r ' If we V A- E. 2 " f: I ,r Wirffri if '+L ' ' i , F f :Sin 42:15. 1 -ifws2s,'W2 Ml, f, - 22' " '57 iw' W ' V x ii' 1. " Sniiirr. ' ir In ifiiiiff n , 3 f , , ,W , wif?" 2 I QW' , H ,, ' ' M K ,. 'Q H, V, ,,, , 3 4 , v Q ' 2 +23 I K A 4 f 4 . . , 1 fn W "' 47 i iq' ' W' .ar 332' ' U ' - Mn- f ' if - ,, ,wwe YL The sophomore ciass piles high for Almosf Anyihing Goes Night. Chrisrino Lopez Brian Lundy Dameon Maiek Chrisiopher Mono Janine Markiey Jay Martinez Shawna Maiheriy Eric Lovenberg Wiliiom Moguy Jennifer Mongine Peter Manfuano Carrie Martin Rosa Martinez Rita McAuliffe Nick Luisi Michelle Main Aaron Monnon Joseph Manueie Jason Mariin Armando Brodie McClain 0 Sophomores Mascorro fm,- ,QV . . wr, rf: fi . 1 '1 2 X Van. . . .M T.. M, ., if Chad McClelland Ryan McLain Lee MCQuilliGmS Richard Melia Grace Meraz Barney Miller f f .ff r A 1 1 9 r rf. 'fr . HK.. fjfmw,R a .. ?. f,,,,, ... Wuxha ' A , ' ' 14 4 if ,, W WY ' my A . ' ia 57 ' 3 - Z , .9 , X 1- Klmberly Miller Rebecca Million Melissa Mills Diana Modrak Jana Moody Siefanie Moody 1 45 'fr ' My W, V Woe l we - . up I H A xl Dun .A MIX , Joseph Mora Dolores Moreno Stephanie Moreno Julie Morgan Tonya Morris Steven Myers , ' J' A if , , if 5 f ss on " - -W. Mu. wr? gl ...M , , iam f--. y nf U . " 0" 5 1 ww. . L . ' 5 -,, 'ff f 271 V. X ' r t A yi , , 9 f' 'IL was if if g ifs? W 7, 1 if ir, , H 1 Q ' E f ' Sophomores' 4990 Aff" an . A . '7' A ., Ji Q . r 2,5-x . M46 M ,f v'Ai3w- I! .5-H 1 ' , M- if fi lx gm i. - M y.ac ' ' fi ""v.r'e , ' r- f 'vs 1 "" rf V , H 4, '45, wr 1 if N 1' 3 Ha V .M 5 ,V Hyegof. H .' "ffm W L. ' 'Wir' up-rye .:- .ff I '35 'Vw L l W ' "kyle sgkfffkqy- J ,f V M . .r jxwgik ' .,s I fl, ., -'- -1' 2. A , WY 'iid .1 , , hmi:flZ1'9lvgJf'ff:A s I f fz"s,?,,,a'r-as U- -. the sf l ... ri, Mx .V -A Li rfggyrgb Mluizg !rX!1U+Q r,f'f"'A3w'y, Q5 If Qi 2 ' Lx ,gif sn f 1 ark J4.'i5,,':, Www :iq R 146519 ., - is r 1 f.1m,gg'., is y,:,i'if': X x .MM .n:,h.4S?krmii . J. 'wi-':S'Mf:h Siruiiing his sluff Through The campus quad, Greg Win- ier shows off his new look. Laura Nadura Heather Newkirk Stacy Newman Anne Noel Juan Nanez Jaime Navarreiie Jeffry Negard Wendi Nelson Mah Nesbili Sophomores v Sophomoresv 4990 V' 1 si.. X 252 15 . . Q Amp :gf I ut ' I ' .V vii K o r f S xiii " U In I' 5. .W .. , . . il -- waz: XJ f 5 X R ve xxx? 6 e z 5 .T ' - . X X nf' ig? Q .23 wi ' 2 lisa NX E i. -. iii i gag Breni Nunes Ramiro Ochoa Hollie Oldfield Stephanie Oliveira John Oppedyk Sherri Oppedyk 0 Sophomores Jennifer Oriiz Lori Parker Jodi Parsley Christina Pereira David Perez Siocey Perry J,--w .L miii I 2 r wsvff X fx J ig:-PN " 'N . 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VVVV I J flllf X , lr' ' 4 VVZV Jay Shaw Brian Shirer Christian Smelser Leo Shelton Joy Slmonelli Devon Smith Sophomores ' Sophomores' 4990 Sora CIOSS 42525- g 1 1 4 7, Q 5 5 Bordone and Kevin Glcsglow pose for cu quick snop-shot between f 4 , ' X 4 f Q 2 X Q X ' .. ,h.. .. ' f f "" f , ""' 3 , T g V f : ff - ,, " . Y- -. A " K' I QV f ,, 74 k 1 W 'f , V , v gf 1 i-HW"I,.' Q--an :H ,f 15541553 'I " 4 f' f X W1 '7 ,fix K A 1 - 3 ,, 1, ,V ,Ai A . ,,, ,,,, V - ' , - . E? .... ,,, 4 ' 1 - ---- " E 'V f' W F" A NWS: my 'W W, een' ii- I I L ' ,,,.gf1 3 - Z fr W' ' ', 7' f V X , .,,, -W , fi 'f if 5? F' 4 A "wfz , , .. , :,, .,.,, I ' ,,,. . g . QWW ,iii , .Q 3:5 Q.,ii:'f H , ,,,.. fn, H, A: , , , , - .ii , V X f ff J M f , ee ,, S W V ...., H5 ff e...,, , , .:,.,,, A M- ..,, A..' ,Q I f S fi W f , JT .- ik M 1 s,,4,,,,g,:-ww Lv L A an 1 rffrrr, K ev 4 W mf w 148771 W fs, .W , QSMM .fi ' e W W Q' www 1 .X 5 f 7 ww 4 9 f wx W wr f 5 Www 1 X 1 4 6 3 f F f X 4 1 3 M , W , f ,, , ww, ,kk. 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Roberf Treis Zoom Trigg Ryan ,Troy Elizobelh Ulloa l denier vaca Mandy Valdez USU' VG1Gn?in6 Nl .gf Sophomoresv 4990 rx nf,- T' A - - V .. iiffrsl-s..f, X Q. - f 1 5 k K. X If-wee " 1 Few in . , n Q S Ma xx N we Vincent Valles Jeremy Van Deventef, l Marshall Voreld ",, Robin Vargas' T ,"' . Anno Vasquez V Sergio Velosquez - f ,, x. Q X . X .ex X S el N x W gel EN, i X X KA Q , .. , X Q A ' ' ---- ew gm X vw X X Q X . lam X am.. S N X gm Y N 'i gl X X 55. QA ':" ::: . QA' 3 QS Qi Y Q Maria Venegas Jefhey Vengley Jeffrey Wagnef Jason Walker I l David Wallis Megan Walters Sophomores 0 Sobharnares' 4990 i: . .. N. ll XX Y N. X X S we 5 x X K X' Ya SEQ? N i X if Q :NG f N N s XS X x KES N :K N ,X x r X Rig X , X S Rig XX wg X Wg y .. :2111,,r lm S-Ixuzzel --mi. new Q -- -i .... xl ., gi: is r l til . ,,... . p img? -' ' i E9 X X XX .... XX X K if . iw.:-2:-wt.. Q ..., zfy -3, E. rf g'1"'f ,. -'i- -me: l allies: '- IN i , K K K . if S X fx 5 xx Y, l ll QE X Q 1 xxx s sk xx , R LN 2 if ml X E . ,Q X 5? ' K wigs kk,,, i .. MQ: .3 X ..,' i , .1 ' :mf . S: 'I' fi: 5x X 1 S fi ...,. is f:.::f . LZLVLZL . AIFA J F K X :W Shawna Zillges and Cristina Kaviani buddy up with their balloons for a quick shot, S ,L Jannifef Webb Daniel While V V Kimberly Williams V L Howard Wllsan W K ' Jennie, Wang ' L V ' Candace Wray L ' 'Shawml Ziliges ' Julie Wells' , r Shane Whiiley Joe Williamson ' 'limalhy Wilson I m Briiia Woodruff Susie York' Brandy Zolii ' ,Jennifer Whipple , Stephen Wiley Brendan Wiilmore Gregory Winter liedra Woads Suzy Zhong, Desirge Zolil SN S J - Sophornores Sophomoresv 4990 sggvqxw Q'- ya, iy' as dwg Second Semesfer Sophomore Class Officers: Sfephanie Sibbeff, Sec,-Treas.: Shawna Zillges, Presidenfg Colleen Kelly, Vice-Pres: and Chris Smelser, Class Yell. X Firsf Semesfer Sophomore Class Officers-Fronf Row: Colleen Kelly, Presidenf. Back Row: Shawna Zillges, Class Yell: Michelle Sfory, Sec. Camera Shy Eric Adame Dennis Albrighf Timofhy Anderson Randy Armsfrong John Aselfine Amy Baca Sfeven Bardone Diane Befrue Shane Befrue Gary Bommersbach Nina Brazell Eric Broyles Darius Bynum Cecil Casiillo Edward Cervanfez Maffhew Coddingfon Rhonda Cole William Cooper Camilo Corrales David DeMasfers Jason Ernsf Jeffrey Foster Rosanna Galindo Jesus Garcia Eric Gibbs Jason Glaze Monica Gomez Eric Hampfon John Heffernan Hilda Hernandez Mark Holzschuh Heidi Hufson Anianneff Jacobo Jason Jysiad Maff Kennemer Jerome Longoria Jim Loscuiova John Lund Robbie Lundberg Sieve Marcom Michael Marfinez Richard Marfinez Maffhew Marfino Sfeven McNealley Esmeralda Mendoza Mark Merchanf Pafricia Moore Danny Moua Eric Mueller Anfhony Osorio Oliver Ofero Mario Parisi Evangelin Parra James Passmore Corina Pena Ralph Proffiif Carl Pullen Paula Puffer Ricardo Quinfana Ray Quiniero Allison Recendez Lisa Reyes Jordan Rifchie Diane Rodriguez Paul Rodriguez Andrea Rogers Javier Rojas Kao Saechao Jennifer Scoif Curfis Severns Sfephanie Sibbeff Kevin Spivey Jason Sfarling Kimberly Sieele Thad Sfubblefield Beairiz Vargas Liz Vasquez Narcisso Venegas Esfher Vera Craig Weisenborn Eric Wesfman Jason Whife Sabrina Wilson Julie Wlasichuk Barbara Woodrow Sfeven Wrighf TFGOS- Sophomores ' 'I27 0 FFGSHVTIGU Freshmen' 4994 Ave' Q A ess. ',,f A - 1 is -J A ,ZV ,V H I I 1 V ,,, - A V A Ay ' , ..,,' 4 , 0 2 V' I qt 'yfi Mime 1: ,, 3' y , sri' 1 -i ir y y his 'QM4 L, : 7.7 r 5, 'VM K -iw" . fi 'L W4 rw ff 'F' Caught of guard, Michelle Sheppard gives what smile she can. Carrie Aamodf Sammy Aguirre Samuel Albright Edgar Alfobano Alfred Alvarado Brandy Aguiniga Veronica Aguirre Prentice Michael Allschule Candida Alvarez Alexander lip? y , it M ' tl f -of-MW Brian Alves Bryan Amos Melisa Anzai Terry Ashford Jennifer Ashworih Liliana Avalos frm' Lilelte Avila Luis Avila Richard Avila Brenda Baggaley Shara Bagley Jason Baldwin Freshmen ' Freshmen- 4994 .,, 1 X . . I - K - .. 57 ...... .X . . we qw X if I WW .X . ww , .. QNX. .... .L, , .. r X 3 X Q Ev t , me X X S S TE X r X X is X Q X N .QQ . J, J S fx. . :.::::-- .1 . X X .. X Nm Zi. ,,.. 5 :AA X a X. 55 7 f... ,.:.L.. - . .. A r QS K r. . -I-X W ' ..s1,..e2iiX. fr...-. -sf: . X X X X xx l X XX. ,, , . . . ...r -.1525 Keg. X -I X , , S X X W X HEX X 5 if .X . .... .X -zu .Q in . -, .. X X ,, X X 3 X XX 5 gs . ' Q-.iii .QWKK . ffl: ?KK ilk. 'i S X R Q 0 FFGSHITWGFI Michael Banks Bret Barker Kecia Barker Benito Barrios Alexander Barss Roger Boss KENRWWYFE ' . " KK.::5Yi:f1X?E?::..5iQ7 - so ' X S 22. , new .... - -x. as K K ' Ki 'ff.1Kiii'KKff.. fi W - ... XX... R XX X E25 X X if X X X X X, my X X..- 2 .1 , AP' fm -if Sheileen Batten Ryan Beorgeon Sean Beckham Stacie Bendick Criss Bennett Scott Bennett ..-' er . K 5 s X 5 K Ak .. 2 KX- -f if rx NY 5 X . ......r.. rr X 5 X we Q A H ...--L,, ...-- gr-- i r Xnn. Q . 1 nn. n ...k....,,.. Hefs X X , S in X N X 2 N N N X N Q X X X X X 5,9 x X K X X X mm., X "if .' .X.rfi....- 5551: :. . ..X. .... X. .. ..... ' S I FG C C l ni . L ..... ,, fr... N -. X-X not really going to Take our picture? Kristen Simpson asks Sara www r W X 5 X N rr XX il. we X .rr X . 1 -Xgnrw y z j . , .. .. . ..,,..eXX X Nlkolina Berggren Ryan Bergthold Connie Bernardo Kevin Beuller Manish Bhalt Carolyn Blakeslee ., ...... .... . W.. 3. ,ei .2 Q. , ...,..... ' fe.-r , X X is Q5 E x l E+ X X zz X R X SX xg. X lt? Q ,Xe X " of -QXX. . Mary Bianco Lee Blomquist Dayna Bose John Boyle Gregory Blank Scott Boling Claudia Bowen Amelie Brewer Q 1 ,... , AV Z r f Sheitey Brinkerhoff Timoihy Britt Katherine Brophy Freshmen' 4994 or Freshman guys hangout and enjoy Themselves at The icebreaker. r"1"u -- . Z2 S Q x 4: ffiw 6 ' G X gy! 4 at E W ff V "" r . ""' f gig? , Q 5,221 "iz .i , gy ,,,, . "' . ' V K, , 221 3 . Q ,V f X w f if ,, W, 1f2f' V fi My fff, ' W' ,, ,,,, , , r L 'M if I ws, .- 'ft W f K ff? VVVV 222 :1 1 V,,, Af- Keith Brown Shane Brunges Dana Buckeiew A Qpebroh Corley Melissa Carve! Stanley Cosrilio Kenneth Brown Micheile Brusuelcs Jennifer-Bye HDPN Jeffrey Carmen Siocv Cosale Isobek Ceboiios Kenneth Brumley Timofhy Bruton 'Shannon Caine Evelio Cormona David Case Moria Cervantes A FTSSVIFTTGFI ' Freshmen' 4994 Q ,far . -f 'B - r 11-45-- Q . kim? env q fm ,Q I wwe, X Q INS we S - ' is N l X or XX ga el X S X NX 'Fl .2 es .min n ,. ' FFGSHVTIGD Joseph Cessna John Chaawell Tiffany Chatten Tina Chiodo Kathy Choate Kristen Clark l. Michael Clark Lonlsa Coker Larry Collins Bonnie Cornett Alexander Corson Nathaniel Cory Emilie Craig Aman Deep, Dang Gregory Davis Stephanie Davis Brandee Delean Tiffany DeRaoi 1 .Q,,.Lg 5 A 1 We SX 'FTF' 1 N QQWEYE D .' ' oooo oooo 5: . W X 9 Y 5 WWA l ' " ,. e b Heather Devveese Tim Dennis Shannon Devlin Shannon Dillon Robert Dougherty William Duran F 2- N X vw , m e ,x -,Fe K - ' 5 XL Au. .wg K X e- K . fr. -it at K Q X , K xii N ,, -'.: E -K i . 5 xt -- 1 5...-wf,e- effffzf 1- - -' at On Safari Day, Larry Collins captures the panther for his class. Yvonne Duran Kenny Ellis Karen England Sean Elliott Scott Ellis Eric Escalante I e Freshmen ' 4994 f by Q .X r M is X, i ' G if M 1 I 'V E ' , ' ' ie K , -f Nr' 5 L ' I be ,1 1 'I M 4 ,, , S, H 'fl A-se, V g J V si 3 4 psf ' 2 it if i f X , , r 2 ' , f r V if ' 1 W X W h,, K v,,,, M. ,,,, N. V L 1 , i fn.: "i ,,,, , 5 V ,W , r ,,,, , H Posing pretty, Stacy Casale and Stacie Bendick show their winning srniies. John Esque Keven Ficken Susan Floreth Lisa Fringer Angel Gaines Christopher Evans Komaiie Field Mathew Forman Jennifer Froberg Carlos Garcia Gene Fernandez Tamalynne Finch Dan Poster David Fulleylove Francisco Garcia Robert Garcia Vivian Garcia Nathan Garrett 7f,f2 ',,r if " ' l I r ff -f ,M , ref" ,1 , :rf l 5 4 Wm f Q ,L , 6 V 5 , ,ret , 1' rrr E . gg arising ' i ' l f fr,1irWg'irg 'we ' -err- M' ' - - ff " we rg, fr frr Kwai 'W ,,,,r ,rr,. r: 'M ,ff, it L, K- f-W f ww :- 'V r ,, X, , V,ff"r ' ,EEZ f Robert Garrison Michael Gorton Elizabeth Gentry Jeffery George Aaron Gibson Darren Giles Freshmen 0 Freshmen' 4994 ,W .,,: ,. Q ins? , if 4 "" - ? ,Z ff ,E W f f W Z 4 5' an W , Q W , f ff pg W ,, J , ,A.AA, A i A ' Iw i I ' A 1.. . ,C-2+-A V, , ,, ,,,, H' ' f' 2 w-fp K K ,, I f WM, ,,.. if fvinmi , f: , . 'M7 1 , 5 Wierimf 3 H2 by y 11amf'1s1m::, ., ww, , fziiiiff wi? "' ' W"' ,W 4 ' 'fs , 'W' 5 fL,,,, M,,:E e e E5, f V , , My 5 2 ' " Q ' L, , f, 1 ,P T V- an , . V W ,,,, yi 5 l 2 x gs? 4 4, .Im fm, 3 ' Kina'-,, Y "Mega K '22, ff, V. A 1,352 Ma, ,fi ggi f f QM 5' f fy ? W f ' Z .ff3" V f Av 37 ,W W J w f ff! f M55543g:f,gEwWW4f,,,fM vffff V N525 Q an Q A fn! ,,f.. E, 3 .. ,,,3,,, f 6 E W? 5 Wx ,?,f,, AWZ11' fa, mmm H AW, 4 . :. if3iV 2 M ' me Taking time out, Aoron Moe ond Mike Alfshule geT on unsuspected shoi. Wm 0 FYGSYIITWGD V ,,,A ff. ,W Q .. ' , . ' : ' .WW , f, A ' WA K ,W .ff gf f 1? fl X X SSW 7 W ,wi wi V A Z 5 dm' v 'li 1, 9 swf Raymond Hatch Q Michelie Hafherley Wendy Hawkins Ryan Hearhedy Adam Hernandez Joey Hernandez Freshmen' 4994 ,,4:,,5,,,Zm Lisa Hernandez Richard Hernandez Jennifer Herrington , 7 Can Aaron Gibson be mistaken for Pee-Wee Herman? fr ,: 312 ,, A,, ,, 'V , 4 Donald Hicks Kenneth Hicks Presfon Hkninger E-rf re ,rf 1 - in em 'rr .,,,A 1 I ar ,, V 51 al ' , 11 ' Jay Holmes Chad Howard Melissa Huena Amber Ingalls 'if W Wir xff mi 'fy fxg fy? H2 IC 1 W' rrrrr f Sammi Horner Stephanie Huber Mathew Hunt Aaron Jacobson Brian Horton Ann Huckabay Esperanza Hydash Jennifer Janis FFGSNTIGD ' Freshmen- 4994 1 i N .mf 5 wg ifi - nf.. k ,z 1 .sl 2 X355 famine- ,,,, " ' ' .S ,V f " s - -l , X ' 4,5 . Se .iv : . .. lgimk E 1 . L -. -. A .... f ig, V ... ....... ,.. -. -1: V.. zmi 111 0 Freshmen is Robert Jcircmlllo Pcxmi Jcfsao Charles ,Joh nson Kelli Johnsen Michael Kursl Michelle Kcrrsf ..... . . . ..., mm. -., ,...IEE ' s 5 :Q 5: -Y '-ES:-15-XX .E eelee . .. rl wi -f is N I " H J n l ...Ji . .K W. -N2 z L.. X : :- I ' Q. . WSU... . ii - - A , ' sais . ri ' . '- .' Q me ' --5: . V. .s A' 'M 25:55 Q. ii if K 1 Wehdy Kendig Amy Kendrick Timothy Keyes Decang Kloosouvcrlh Jock Kincaid Moria Kincaid E-luke Kline Arnie Klinl Seng Kong Shonc: Kozlowski Joson Lomb Norberlo Lora ,, ...l,, Y .W ,QQ ii ""' , ,agp VW- ima: XQH Q 95 ki X X ax , X .rv F X L ' Q N N3 SN' 5 K N1 N X 2 x X 5 41 SS! M. A---- kk,k Q -- . N -ses.: . 'iii' . Q .. , , .Q l Working logeiher, Moll Smilh ond Toni Quocn put To gelher The freshmen flocl. Joaquin Lcmrlos Arlle Leos Qren Levy Harrison Ll T racy Lousmczn Slephcxnie Lawson Michoel Leahy Darla Leak AHSOD Lee Freshmen' 4994 1-my .-w""""" fm w-M' 1 wwf' ,, .- ww ,,,.-M W! dWWW,,,.wfiAMrlM 9 eww . MfM.z,w"VMWw Mmywrrf " Laughter and friendships are found among Michelle Sheppard, Kelly Van Elswyk, Pam Jasso, and Pafricia Reefz. 1 E I me Yu 4, ' iff we f f fw iq? -if we . 9? 1 f 2 W. Mmm f ' ' M 1 - I ,, 7' 4 fi ' 'M 3 W- M' D f . 4: Q . , fe. wr 1, .,' mv 5 Vi Q , fi' 'Tiff 'Sf 'g ' A 4 ' W . r M V . rrrr ,r l, A Teena Lickey Lisa Luisi Mlcole Mangurn Scoll Marlin Athena Mason Stacy Mafhis Karey Maxwell Bob Lindsay William Lynch Monica Marquez Eddie Martinez Donya Stacy Matthews Joe Mayorga Veronica Lopez Guadalupe Sarah Marraccini Eduardo Martinez Massengale Malissa Maxfield C-Barrel? Maze Maldonado Melinda Mathis FFGSTWTWGD 0 Freshmen' 4994 Mi Q Healher Hamillon and Robyn Rivera express Their friendship. - QW 5-.,--if 3 " " , W K .. f: r ,, . ,, , ,, H . I f . V A f Q .- , ' " " " 7 2 ssss M l W WW"iiF55Qf5n5f1 f rim, 'f'55:i 2 f 5 4 , fff"' ff.-v,,i5 f 'fi iSEiEWfffEfEE " ' z:r,, ': V .. . ,. -:wrrrrm-'wr , " A I - ,,, , , N if p i l H f ' ,, ,,,,, l Angie McCclrlhy Shana McDaniel Shay McDonald Klmzey McGrath Daniel McClure Lynn McDonald Joshua McDonnell Tamara lvlel-lenry Kellie McClure Soily McDonald Kellie McFadden Stacy McKenzie 0 Freshmen i M- I I fii siri ,,.- 7 " 4 .... Vera Mc Nutr Daisho Meadows Alex Meikonion Horacio Mendes Yesenici Mercado Rebecca lvlessingef William Meysl Cynlhia Miller Tina Miller Aaron Moe Chris Moffett Marge Molina f 2 5' f Mis 'Q we sig fg av uf I 4, f f f Zn ! ft LJ ! if 4 5 f Z 1 92 Z f f'--- I 1 if ,W W i ' Wm, f '--' see ' 2 ii f f ie in ,, ,M f 4, f wg, is W W X Z 4 , E rn ,.,rrf.wff f E :ws 'F 4 as A ,, M, f f 'W Z f, my Ki " Mtifygfy fi f ,, 4, 7 ' , ,F r,-fi I '- f fiiwifrmr , :mf Berre Morphis Violet Mora Jo Anna Muiford Michaei iviuilins Felipe Navarro Nicole Nelson "" p P ii : f' if : .... YM 'k'h W' 3 ' --- -- i X X loi of rneniai prepreaiion goes inio cross couniry meer for Tim Keyes. Michaei Nielsen Ruben Nungaray Carin Nyberg Kaaryn Ogard Mark Nordstrom Brian Nunn Matthew Oakes Jared Ogden SE ijff., 1 Freshmen' 4994 5 i M if-M - A 5 ' ii . ,M - it r rr.. .. P- remiere: r .. :wie-5,e::ifzz:'.:1r Sifw- free:-riser i 'f-- siirjgiififffi 1, ' X" SQ Darrel Olivera Ruben Ortiz Jody Owens Jason Pace irene Padilla Shanyn Parish ' , Xe r.:rr, , Si xi Q L ' Y : Ir. , P 'i .-1: - - Q ii . - :- Her 2- iiiif . 1 , .::- I Q. . 1 V g N L S .. ""' X 4' ' N Corey Parker Caiisfro Parra Lee Paxton Cynthia Pena Matthew Penner Jerry Perez im. David Perry Chfisfal Peters Colleen Peterson Joy Phiiiips Jason Pierce Valerie Powell FVGSWTWSU ' Freshmen' 'I 99 'I ,,,..,4,ffv- ,svfm f A ,mg .' -9 'N - , Af',g 4, ,.,. A W E? lx ' E ' Freshmen ,, 251 S X 'ww any ,, ., ii A Q 'Y' z . 5555 " 41 Q: W., 4 2 Jus1 be cool, They're ioking our picture. Kaz WZ Q 'iw 5 f 55 l ,,,,, 2 Bw E, i ,E I A15 ff fi? f 1 fe 4 Q 'Q if pv M-9' l 1540 'lr-if 'f wil fl, f mif ,: X 5f ie W X 1 3? it W .. , 1 0, 4' Nw 1 -e' we f JW. 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Susan Wiseman Dorci Young Laurie Young Alison Youngbiaod Guadalupe Zamora Michelle Woliring ' FFSSUFTWGD David Abila Aaron Andersen Robert Arbuckle Felipe Arzola Larry Batchelor Adam Bell Angelica Benavides Stacy Blake Kelly Boyle Michelle Bray Sarah Buckner Anthony Cabrera Christina Castro Teresa Cavanaugh J. Charest Jeremy Chrisman Erik Coats Gemmy Coble Christopher Coffman Bill Cooksey Jonathan Cosme Jamane Cryer Aaron Culbertson Dustin Cuzzort Jason Darr Michael Davis Adam Davison Marie DeJesus Shawn Dillon Lawrence Dorame Jeremey Doucette Jeremy Ducey Joaquin Fernandez Mirna Figueroa Wesley Frakes Corby Garner David Garrison Jim Gilstrap Marcus Gitchuway Freshmen' 4994 Camera Shy Rebecca Grajeda Shannon Gray Scott Greenall Eric Griffin Jose Guajardo Joey Hampton Richard Herron Rene Hinojos Nikki Hollis Scotty James Rick Jimenez Erik Kempski Khounsak Kiaosouvath Jeffrey Kramer Timothy Kreiss Gordon Lanser Oscar Llamas Veroni Lopez Olga Madrigal Evelyn Marquez Tommy Martinez Rebecca Mason Chad McClelland Karla McDowell Tonito McNitt Petra Medina Larry Mesias Christopher Miller Chadd Mitchell Jonathan Moore Justin Moore Curtis Mueller Ruben Munoz Phillip Murray Andy Navarro Thomas Noel Steven Nunez Antonio Parra Stacie Partridge 212451 First Semester Freshman Class Officers Micole Mangum Class Yell Jerry Perez, Vice Presidentg Harrison Li, Secretaryf Danielle Patton Jerome Peacock Andy Phillipe Jodie Porras Kenneth Porter Casey Price Stephanie Price Jerry Quillen Tate Rankin Steven Rather Henry Renteria Bonnie Richardson Neal Ringler Consuelo Ruvalcaba Yvonne Saenz Roger Sanborn Guy Schiebelhut Renee Schlaich David Schroeder Justin Sechrist Jenise Shaw Brian Shirer Christian Slatten Christa Smiley Andrew Souza Scott Spearman Kenneth Stockbridge Mark Thomas Gregorio Torres Brenna Turner Javier Velasquez Marcia Villanueva Archie Walker Daniel Weldon Deanne Wheeler Laura Zepeda Freshmen 0 ,vw Sw A , Q n' Q ,,,1z "flus- Academics AdminisTraTion Works Towards Excellence The earliesT memories l have of our school campus were from 4950 when The campus opened under The name of Visalia Senior High, and l had The privilege To be in The firsT junior class on The new campus. The sTudenT body included sophomores, juniors and seniors, and we were auire exciied To be The firsT To sTarT in The new high school in Visalia. The only Trees on The campus, as l can remember, were The oak Trees in fronT of The school and Those ThaT are presenTly locaTed on The comer of Conyer and Tulare STreeTs near The Tennis courTs. Physical educarion ciasses were held ouTside because aT ThaT Time There was no gym or swimming pool. Our noon lunches were eaTen eiTher in open spaces or under The covered walkways where we aTe aT Tables, lT was quiTe a few years before a caTeTeria was buiii. The original buildings are The same buildings ThaT will soon be under reconsTrucTion. l reiurned To The MT. VVhiTney campus in July of T959 as an agriculTure insTrucTor. l found iT very inTeresTing To came back To my home Town To Teach wiTh many Teachers ThaT had me in Their classes a few years previousiy. During my experiences as a Teacher, counselor and adminisTraTor aT MT. Whiiney High School, l have found ii a privilege To work wTih a very fine sTaff and waich many young people maTure and conTribuTe To Their communiiy 448 afier graduaTion. Wdiren By Gene Sheesley , 4. Principal Gene Sheesley sorts Through some business. s if 2. Spencer Thomas discusseshis schedule wlihi ceunselor Glen Drake, T T .- " QT QSTWSET' A ri.. is N N 9 X, X ss s -r css N5 X sie QNX ..... , s s 2 '4 T7 'f ' i ii ,E I . . A :kh ,,,, I Q 1 if 1 . S1 IL s .A g ..,. sue 3'f 's i i s . K ' , . . . .55 si . .-" .5sf..- ' seri e s"' ' 'iii - ,F if v ' wr - r'-,f - -- igssss T . A pw" is -- . A . A 12,15 T s A . , , Lai 4 , . sr .. -. ez 5, . ---:: N ... . ....s p , . X s f . ii is s 5 K ,iii . 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' 0 it , it ' i 'H' ' ,. .,2,.r, Q f , - -f y, rw i Dianne Moore Special EGUCQUOFI Aide Patsy Nuckols Counselors Aide Rosemary Perez Business Dept. Aide .t, Pati Radrsh Attendance Oftice Margie Ribeiro Attendance Office Laurb Stastrand Vocal Dept. Aide News Q X ' A ff' ri fi w Www? I it ff , ,Q f f Audiofvisual Aide Mary Ellen Sluko rt, Lynne Swartziander Teachers Secretary itlda Vandergriff Woe Principafs Secretary News Vita Nm'se's Aide Not Pictured: Pete Scaftidi instrumental Aide CUSTODIAL STAFF- Front Row: Gerry Williams, Cynthia Brewster, Betty Jaurequi, Ky Le, Morris Blackburn Sharon Quantrell. Back Row: Robert Brant, Ed Rathbone, Bill Davis, Gary Siegenthaler, Gordon Price, Huey Penton, Eleanor Matthews, Charles Burke, Steve Rodriguez. Academics 0 sts X N gy 449 ArTs DeparTmenT OeTs CreaTive TwenTy-eighT years ago, a new high school in Visalia graduaTed iTs firsT four-year class of sTudenTs. I, Ron Loyd, was one of Those 4960 graduafes. Five years lafer I refurned To MT. Whlfney as a Teacher and a coach. Over The pasT TwenTy-Three years, many comical Things have happened regarding my sTudenTs. As I wriTe, one eye-opening experience comes To mind. A sTudenT in my arT class had his arT work enTered inTo an arT show misTakeniy under The pro- fessional cafegory. I had also enTered This same show. My "amaTeur" sTudenT placed firsT over my enTry in The "professional" division. IT was wiTh mixed pride ThaT I decided I mighT have TaughT him Too well! The greaTesT pleasure I geT is seeing The success of my sTudenTs everywhere I go. One boy who bar- ely skimmed by school is now living on a A6-fT yachT. AnoTher young man is a male sTripper. One young lady is a living arTisT under glass in a Chicago muse- um. My pasT sTudenTs have gone on To become my denTisT, my docTor, my hairsylisf, my pharmacisT, or are presenTly my peers in The educaTion field. I am in educaTion To Teach, buf I ofTen feel ThaT iT is I who learn The mosT from my sTudenTs. Wriffen by Ron Loyd. 1. ArTisT Annie Schnaufer works on her painfing, 2. Direcfor ScoTT Deering gefs The band organized. 3. A MeTal shop sTudenT finishes up his projecf. A. Shop Teacher Ken Hill helps his sTudenTs. 5. Marcie Green sefs up a display aT The disTricT office. T S rg ...,, ....... .. . IEEE ----, I 4 .. -,-- .- sg .... isii -. f ,. 1 Us T "'r.r . ,X 1 , s Ns ' New 'iiiii -. . , 5 l":' I 1 .A I . If s..rs. ,I ' , f Dave Benway Bop Graff Todd Olo Pied Sfiflmlllll F k T599 TCOVE-Aviation Aulo Shop Mechanical Drawing AQ SCIGVICGXVGT SC en Claude Feaver Ken Hill Orvll Perry SCISVICQ I Ag MechfAg Woodshop TCOVE-Floor Layer JONVI Svlvlv CVOIQ 'QUT Management AQ SCISVICG ,Kly'GCh"'QiVlemIShOD f -s 99" 41' if are S S X Wx, 5 ..:..r'p .:rj4,K!lg'?e5qf1gA , . ,1 -lf, ,Q 1:3 1 v .ag f, 11. Lff.'ffs.2x "3 W Q L, 1 5 2 W 7 "V i' N 4 XX M W Q we ef P . , Q , J ff 1 iq 'E' 'R f, -.M r , '1 fi. A 3 I X W .. lk f 3 F r J X : r is L fx IQ V ,J L X V Y 13 1 , V rl J x y it U N X r -..-- r rw , ., E Q N , F' r I 4 L r ' POFTW OTHSS ' J C I r Phmogmphy! Donflockson Rouen Rex Er Chou Ar? Yeomook re ra L a D 'cr W d Sco11 Deering Cong OV Dov' OO Bond Director 'O 5 'Gmc ,,r. 4 fe, 1 'rr' 9 Q . , 4' ,y,,, -f, , ,V , 14, Ay f' fl , , . mf 'H r 1, is I 5 I ,ki x .s Q if i Not pictured: - Rebecca Bullick, Susan Garcia, Sandy Streeter f .ii ,X . ' 'fibre f .ff -ss . . sir gk - X H. i . s:'.EZs '-s 1 2 'f ss X s lb s fiX Karlene Audlna English lllfAmerican Lit. Lyncla Bradley English llfCornp j Grammar ft WI' F55 :' f!Y'E'X, x lg: X , SS l W a X 5 if 3 f r'L"' :s Q si f , W is ' Q is s 3 Robert Ellis English ll Ray Hernandez Special Education Y. . is 4 ,,.', s :'.. QQ A I if Danna Kasparian English lfSpeecn Lean Kaviani Special Education Not pictured Rebecca Bulllck, Susan Garcia, Sandy Streeter v Faculty ',- Q uv! l I 4 2 N, , ess, 1 is S 5s Karl Kildaw English I Joseph Lane English llfCornpj Grammar 11 M sv 5 . , 'V L 'ulgx 'X ll its s l s . ',rr G X is is if n e w 7 'sai d N . I Mary Loomis Dean Simpson English lfll Newspaperffiannpf Suzanne Nelson Grammar American Llt,fEnglisn Il Mike Vogt English Skills l,lllfEnglisn ll 4 A X, k..,. s r s A Cheryl Warnock Adv, Composition! English Skills IV Mary Whitfield English Il li Q.--ff ,gg . .-ss, I I I 1 Wi ttf r V, f , is gf r H M.VV. English Classes Improve Communication My first year as a new teacher had quickly passed and all too soon April and Open House arrived. I was nervous and apprehensive about my first public meeting with parents and the struggle to make conversation with strangers. I remember the advice of my principal, Mr. Jolley, "to make a good impression. Keep the conversation light. You may want to tell a cute little story or to share a confidence with the parents because secrets bring people together." My thoughts were interrupted as the first parents arrived. The evening was going so well that I soon forgot my anxieties and began to enjoy myself, I looked up to see a popular student from my speech class arrive with both his parents. Kyle Benson Qnot his real namej was something ofa class clown. He had a mischievous sense of humor which we all enjoyed. His hilarious demonstration speech on making cookies had been the highpoint in the class. As he passed samples of his cookies to all of us, he proudly boasted that he had made everyone of them. Because of his affable personality and his semi-hero status on the football team we had all choked down the spiced little lumps of avercooked dough without criticism. At the Open House, Kyle made the formal introductions and then disappeared. Silence hung in The air. t'Kyle certainly has enjoyed your speech class. Miss Miller," his mother began. nl-lis father and i have enjoyed all of his speeches at home. Which was your favor- ite?" At last there was common ground, But my panic mounted as I realized I couldn't remember any of his speeches-except the cookie speech. I tested his mother's reaction. "I loved the Belgian Spice Cookie speech." Mrs. Benson's smile bolstered my confidence and I contin- ued. "He showed several interesting techniques and used great humor." What else couid I contribute? "So you did like the cookies, huh?" inquired Mr. Benson. Suddenly Mr. JoIley's advice flashed through my mind, "Secrets bring people together." 'Can E tell you two a little secret about KyIe's cookies?" I asked conspiratorially as I moved closer to them. Mrs. Benson nodded quickly and smiled broadly. I lowered my voice. "Those cookies were really something else." Kyle's father appeared puzzled, but his mother was beaming as I rushed in. "His speech was great. but his cookies were lust terrible." I noticed Mrs. Benson's shock register on her face. lfelt sorry that l had revealed this piece of information, because it was obvious that the poor woman didn't know that her son couldn't cook. I heard Mr. Benson chuckle softly, and llooked up to see a strongly familiar mischievous twinkle in his hazel eyes, He now enthusiastically joined our conversation by rapidly asking me a series of questionsi "How bad were the cookies?" "Just awful," I whispered back. "Were they tough, hard to eat?" he continued. "Oh yes," I answered, ulike overspiced little rocks." I then went on to supply him with the details he requested. His eyes were still twin- kling and l thought again how much he reminded me of Kyle. "Miss Miller, would you say that on a scale of 'I-40 these cookies would rate a minus 2'2" he inquired. "She doesn't have to answer that question," Mrs. Benson Flatly stated. "Oh, I don't mind. Yes, a definite minus 2," I confidently volun- teered. . He nodded solemnly in agreement and then burst into peals of laughter. I glanced at Mrs. Benson. Her smile was frozen on her face as she glared at her husband. "I made the cookies Kyle used in his speech," she sniffed proudly as she slowly walked away. The blood rushed to my face and my heart thumped wildly as I realized what had happened. Accusingly, I looked at Mr. Benson. "I'm sorry. But I couldn't resist it," he began. "I suffered with those cookies for twenty years. Maybe now she will burn the recipe." Written By Karlene Aucfno l. In Miss BuIIick's class, Rhonda Radish and Melody Mendonca look over their assignments. 2. Mr. Vogt advises Jamane Cryer on how to improve his essay. 3. Darci Young improves her paper with a response group. 'Ni vw'--Sv..f1 F, 1T' s1i'PP'l '7 .'Y'?'? nl" . X .. . I .1f.u.:,1-,fr'?34y.5w1:,Qq,'.g.,ygr-zf2,'3im1f?.'-' H , M if 1.1,-Q. 'jifz f Q.. , ., . . . 4 i M. 'g1Q,gf,,,11ggc,.4g4,.g,, .L A W. ,,... 0 Academics 5 T . T il fffA1 I IQ T ,fn I I Ziff' in 4:1 M X , Q Learning Through ExperimenTs WhaT is my mosT vivid memory of my early years aT WhiTney? IT has To be my firsT Cowhide. I remember asking one of my sTudenTs To sTay afTer class so I could discreeTIy ask him, "whaT's This Cowhide everyone keeps Talking abouT?" I also remember naively wearing a blue and whiTe suiT on ThaT day and Mr. Pasquini marching me inTo Mr. SheesIey's office, demanding To know who The -. -was who wore blue and whiTe on Cowhide! Wriffen by Vicki Winferfon fl. Mr. Shazade goes over a formula. 2. Science can be a sTrange experience. 3. Derek Toledo does an experiment A. Josh D'AcquisTo aTTacks a chemisTry assignmenT. 5. Mr. Mana demonsTraTes for his physics class. . , ,W .,..mwA,,,., c W, Wei. M . . ..,.s,......-.mf-.em-......f--- 4 I 5 I I W 'Q V " f 4 "" . I ' , s 5 ,WW .V ww fa I ,i sril f fgi 'T 2551 Mig gg, ii 1 .Ar 5545 if ggi 6222. I . W W I ' f I ' I f S f I 2 ful.-',:f.,,, I 7 T - W . HN? T433 I ilk I 5 52. 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My first stop was my matt box in the administration office. l eageriy grabbed my mail white curious on-lockers stared on. The feel- ing i had was that they thought l was stealing some teachers mail. Shirking the stares and clutching my mail, I set off towards the deans office. l looked around carefully, noting every detail and name. l ex- plained to the secretary that l was just "getting acquainted". ln repiy. she inquired if l was a fresh- man - so began my teaching career. Being a young first-year teacher in a high school leads to some problems, the biggest of which is that faculty, students, and the public mistake you for a student. But there are times that iooking like a student does work to my ad- vantage. Take the time l chaperoned a dance. My duty was to keep people from letting their friends in. The night went smoothly until I over- heard a student asking a friend, t'Are there any teachers around?" i smiled as the "No" reply returned. l was standing about two feet away when the girl went to iet her friend in. Needless to say, l caught them. All I know is that in the class- room, the students know l am the teacher That's what counts. Written by Edn Lockwood 4. Biiiy Maguy and Kristy Hennemann figure out the problem. , Erin Lockwood presents the class with o new theorem. . Greg Winter takes a break from his math homework. 4. Sara Tanner guides her students in the right direction. 2 3 'I ,, Y ---Y J:-,,,.....s.......,,,., .m-!ff.2mmr,....,..L... P.E. Classes Keeps Kids In Top Shape As I look back on my years of Teaching aT MT. WhiTney, I parTicuIarIy remember The many humorous evenTs ThaT have Taken place. The one ThaT sTands ouT in my mind The mosT occured in The early 'l970's. AT This Time a new craze was popular among The young and daring-iT was called "sTreaking." IT involved running sTark-naked Cusually wiTh a ski mask To hide The facey across a popuIaTecl area. This craze sur- faced aT WhiTney also. AlThough we had a couple of incidenTs bare-boTTomed boys racing across campus beTween classes or aT a lunch, The mosT memorable "sTreak" occurred aT a candidaTes winners assem- bly. The assembly, which had a wesTern Theme, was highlighTed by The appearance ofa male sTreaker, who ran across The gym floor, wearing only a cowboy haT, mask and cowboy booTs. A car was waiTing for him as he raced ouT The back door, and To my knowledge, he was never caughT. This is someThing l'Il never forgeT, as iT broughT down The house. 'I. Girls P.E. Teacher Peggy Johnson demonsTraTes her awesome sTroke. 2. P,E sTudenTs get Their assignmenl from P.E. Teacher Mary Ann RounTree. 3. lnsTucTor Dennis Irwin musT have asked for The impos- sible. 4. Going over The rules, P.E. Teacher Les Borges geTs ready for a game of volleyball. . ss gg . --.. - s 1 ZII .11 s rr as , me ' 1 .TTT sll is X 1 ssi, I I .... W k:.... N fraafsigjg I .5 1 . I . - '- , N--- x Q, ' ssis ' har I sss 'Eff 58' PSQQV Johnson so Huston Jim dhjl, O PE- E I Aihleflc DirecTor P Em? DSYWS IVWIH Cora Mc Eachern Ann Rountree - -! 0 Pfycoocn P.E. pf, v FaculTy ,V ,..,,,n.w-,,.,A.., V -F- r ,, 4 ,..,..-H-.,,.... V- " ' -H ,,N,,,.-'MW-A""' 3 3. L r i LL -K. . ' x ,KM Af ... W Ron Boucher Compufers Jane-llBreff Accounffng ' ACC7O'9fT7fC5 if ..,. . gi Peggy Downs Computers Bdan I-Hrayoma Clericaykeybocrd 'X . 5 . f'9'5W'3 . IAAZ, f' I Pauhhe Lifchheld Compufer Liferclcy Esmond McNu1r Compufers P ,Wi 1 ,, 'if 2f""v. 1- ww, .W , x 1 H-.L fwpf If vw, - M, ,,,, M, fff' f, 123-Q. U Ar, 5. Q, .f jg xx X N any NX ei Jo y Naylor Ofnce SKIWS Steve Rogers MBVCNGHCWSIWQ 1 -ff""..l AAU ,,,,,,...vN ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, W . ,WW ' , 'MW 2-N M. 'W :IAS . sss is S i ,. i Sfuaenrs Trarh For Busrhess Careers On The Top floor of HB" Buiiding, sTu- denTs have been Trained for The pasT 35 years for careers in The Business world. As The businesses have changed in Visalia, so have The acTivi- Ties and skills being TaughT in The Busi- ness DeparTmenT. The physical plani, however. has re- mained The some over Those 30 odd years. l-landcrafTed Tables from Wood- shop ThaT once supporied manual, eleciric, elecTronic and presenily lBM compuiers will finaily be gone by The end of summer 4988. Because of Fed- eral GranTs To refurbish 30 year build- ings, "B" Building wiii receive air condi- Tioning, adequaie elecirical supply, an elevaTor for The handicapped and Teacher resTrooms -- AMENI From The baicony of "B" Building, sTudenTs can gaze aT The mounTains fusually on a clear day afTer a rain sTormj which look especially close. This "senior" TaculTy member is quick To re- mind anyone who commenis on The majesTic scenes Thai when she was aT- Tending MWHS Cbefore air poiluiiony They could see Them every day! Wriffen by Pauline Lifchrield 4. Peggy Downs and David Price enjoy compui- er work. 2. Denise Ward geTs experience working in The siudeni sTore. 3. Compuier sTudenTs pracTice Their skills. 4. Keyboarding Takes everyihing ouT of business siudenis, 5. Work experience insTrucTor ivierriri Savage hard aT work. , ,,,, ,W ,M . 462 fy , H was yyy 5 I '4 ,ff E Y , . John Beclcorn Civics Bob Bufke Psychology George Duntup Wcprici Cultures 0 FoCuITy :,,, LJ,,,, in, I t , ,,,,, V, V ,.. ,E V H , :M K fl ' 5.459 i Y Y as i i H 4? Tue, 65? 'Q Josh Hadley Geography John Hess GeogruphyfUS History Dwight Hofar Dnyars Education I 2 f My , if ,S fl! df' Z K. M f f" I," Ein 42 Manu 's US HI Gem US Hi s Lindo Workd , Mwgjv., gi V ff "" ,. r 1, .4 y g. f f ie 411. wg ,, "1 ii at KF ffk,, Ng , ,,f' kg- " 1---we f: ..',ff-:---mwf.--f---fe---uf? 1,-V -me--.,. vi vs-is.-':f1,.f-1-fishff--fi-ev ser'-.T-i.is-rr-me-rv-ersW-+f1q.fw.1ff-rv-fwsww-ff-w-1-rmmfrs-ev-3-r-vsmqnwxsw,Lnsmm,mwwqmm Making History Come Alive "You probably won't remember me, because l probabiy wasn't you're favorite stu- dent. Then again, you weren't my favorite teacher." A student once wrote that line in my OAK. Even though i've quoted and laughed over it many times since, there's still the small sting of hurt, because every Teacher treasures the knowledge that he or she is somebody's "favorite teacher." But what makes a favorite teacher? There is some magic combination that can make a difficult subject easier, and even a boring subject a joy to studyg and every teacher knows that to give that title is really bestowing the highest compliment to us and to our profession, All of this brings me to the story of Glenda Qnot her real namey. Glenda had had a serious accident and was pretty much house-bound. Getting welt would take months. She was also known as a "difficult student" Ctranslated as "troublemaker"Jg Glenda had already driven out three home-teachers, and l was asked to help her in a last, desperate effort to get her through her senior year. l wasn't so sure l'd make it either- we had a very rocky beginning! But the weeks fand soon, monthsy passed and l found that Glenda wasn't a trboublemaker at all. She was bright and funny, but had a very troubled home life. l helped through ail the planning for her graduation, which was going to be a reality after all, and enrolling her in a business school to make a life of her own. Glenda, too learned. She found that even a "prim-and-proper old-maid school teacher" Cshe called me that once-J could also turn out to be ajriend, S ygi ioyyg A few days before graduation, iiiwent to her house farithe last tinfieg l had tdfdeliver her' cap and gown, and pick up the books we had used. Glenda introduced me to Wolf, her boyfriend fond that was his real namelj, and we chatted about what she still had to do before graduation. As l left, she walked out to the car with me-something shedhad never tothe car did she look directly atrne. She was crying! Very awkwardly Glendiiheld out a package for me, and then she grabbed me in an eauaily awkward hug. "i wanted to give you this," she sniffled, i'You're my favorite teacher, and i didn't know how else to 55V 'AV A , s,i., f ,ri.-, - ri,,"1 1 T 1 'i.' 1 . if 'ln the package heavyiliiiplaster piijaue paintedwith fGlenda was no artistj to remember our months of work 5 there waseven one of my little VW driving away from her house. The inscription read, "Thanks to you, l made it!" That plaque is still one of my most treasured keepsakes: it tells me l hadyrmode the , gigteacher S..,QfiOQlC in l ' favorite teacheri, 't, A little contused? US History teacherfitwanuel Holguin helps outffynthia Neal. 'i :i it i V. 2. tvlr. Suess's sense of humor keeps his students interested. A . 3. Civics instructor John Beacom explains the "ins and outs" of our government toilvlaile Headrick and Jason M Bailey, , . - ij g . . ,..., E Miss Yostgives Sheldon i,,, krroncher soijneyincentive .tajget to is.' bm-.T-wmslmammseme--..,,,s-is-eueguemvfmm--W .femme-memLm.,-.u.mwe-.--Ki-M-rwfvmnmn.-wf,.,......,.w,.s.,.,...M...,Q-sm----w.r1q,w-W---We-sum----- -ff--Q:-ugly--M--M fmnffe-:ef.e.-.211-w M- W Wulf Faculty v fdone before-wand shefkept her head downyiand wouldnittalk anynsbre. 'HQ Q v---4-gg I 5 Foreign Language, l-lome-Ec Provide Eleciive AlTernaTives - I in 4 l l When l became a Teacher, l learned very quickly ThaT my responsi- biliiies and duiies were noi limiied To lesson plans, TesTs, homework, and Teaching sTudenTs Tosspeak French. ln addirion To Teaching, There is The role of confidanie. l assume This role before school, beTween classes, during lunch or afier school. l don'T really mind giving up my Time because l feel Thai The sTudenTs TrusT me and need me. This is The reason l experience boTh happiness and sadness when graduaTion finally arrives. . T T Many years ago, l was assigned To work ai graduaTion. My job was To help collecT and Told The renied caps and gowns afier The ceremo- ny. l arrived aT my designaied place wiTh anTicipaTion of saying good- bye and bursiing wiih pride for The accornplishmenTs of my sTudenTs. They had said They would miss me and l believed Them. AT lasi, The ceremony was over. Suddenly, l heard a roar similar To ThaT of wiid animals. The graduaTes were coming in my direcTion! They were running, screaming, Tearing off caps and gowns and rolling Them inTo balls like proieciiles. As They came closer, They Threw Their bundles and l was caughi in an onslaughT of maroon and whiTe. l never saw any of my sTudenTs and insiead of a warm goodbye, l heard someone say "Ave revoir, Madame. lT's been reall" l sTood There lookinglike a MT. WhiTney bag ladyand feeling neglecTed. A ForTunaTely, The experience wasn'T deTrimenTal. l am sTill in T-2 be- fore school, beTween classes, aT lunch and afier school. l am also sTill working aT graduaiion. Time has broughi aboui a change, however. Now my sTudenTs search anxiously for me. They sTand before me waiiing paiienily and smiling. l look aT Them, l smile secreTively and Think, "Come on, kids! Throw robes all over mel Make my day!" You see, on Thai nighi, l have all Their diplomas! WriTTen by Mary Smifh 'l. German insirucior, Doug Rudolf TranslaTes The difficuli assignmeni for his class, 2. Habla Espanol? asks Mrs, Kariea. 3. The marriage and Human l?elaTions class gives John Oriega and Siefani MarTone a chance To experience The married life. . y A. Mrs. Burke's family life buIleTin geis The paim' across. 5. Sandra Dorame uses her sewing class To creaTe a new ouTfiT. I T -Q- W f f A .......,r fawgjgi sw 1 L L ei X 5 e T -if. .... i '-.- em.. T Tr Ti 'T 'T ..fee 5 sTr 1fse2eeeses-s .. Te. 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Penny Morfelh Foods Nw si Coroiyn Sutfon Sewing -N e 465 WMM 2, g , w LW. X. XX'3,..w 'HHN' "1 n X J + SP! U ' V xi. ' Y w!4l'Xf'f1 U1"'xiiwp 1' 1' wh YW all F 'XXNXNXEXEXNXNXQXNXE ,jg Tm NW aX!X1X'XU11, 'X ws' ' W' , ' , l MXL 'hid w.- 3 Ei E1 F XA,...X 466. 'M 1- 1, , 'glwllilms ,Q 1, 1 ,Q-ma W:w1W'lql1'g1iB'N 11X-M '-xq.X XM 5 512,19 ,Q L-1. -X ,1 ,n WX, ,,,, 1 QI 1, uw, X 4 ,AX 11.1 1 iXsXsXiXhXX '.1X:X"w','h nah U M , , w Q X ,X 1, E 1 X w X 2 X fn L "a.'!'.,', ml". W" , L! 'U' 'Qm ww'XQ 'KNNNMNWM Wu 1' 'V' M ' , AThIeTics W X x ' ,ww QNX i xg M' ww 3 WW M""9v.1 523593Q:E.,:::1111fI113"iQM'gggmn ll H AThIeTiCS l l 2 VARSITY FOOTBALL-Froni Row: Brad Pendefgosi, Ryan McLain, Danny Carter, Mike Sinor, Marty Silvas, Mike McCurly, Nick Luisi, Brian Beaver: Second Rowt Marc Gonzalez, Robert Osferbauer, Jason Lovero, Sonae Brookshire, Darren Aldaco, Adrian Robles, John Perez, Bobby Garsie Jason Hedrick. Third Row: David Mellen, George Royfieia, Tom Daly. Checific,Russell, Dwight Brumley, Darius Bynum, Vila Giannanclrea, Sea Flynn, Lee,Nesoi1'r, Nick Prifchelifaurih Row: Sean Hulseyjfodney ,Benneahiyibberi Tunnell, Norman Garza, Todd Johnson, Leland Tilley, Cfai Kearney, Benny Kenison, Chris Brown. 'Fiflh Row: Rich Davis, Kevin Ashworlhfsooii Nelson, David Giilierrez, Cory Kuykenaail, Mali Bryant, Mik Sachau, Joe-Cbhoa. Back Row: Rod Shulman, Coach Ross Bailey, Coach l2on1i2ober'rs, Coach Skip'Pendergosl, Coach Joe Lane, Coach Charii Casale, Coach Mike Vogt, Coach Bob Ausherman, Coach Frank Calmese, Lars Jensen. Varsity Foolball Grid lron VeTerans Add DepTh -LP' WhiTney Pioneers Tilley And Brumley Unire To Surpass Old School Record lVlosT players agreed ThaT The '87' Pioneer squad worked hard and played To The besT of Their abiliTies buT didn'T do as well as They mighT have because They ran lnTo Too many sTumbling blocks. The Team ended The season wiTh a 4-6 season record and a 'I-A league Tally To Tie for fourrh in The WesT Yosem- iTe League. FourTeen leTTermen re- Ochoa, Kevin AshworTh, Mike Sinor, Rod BenneTT, Lee Nes- biTT, Mark Gonzalez, and Jason Hedrick. Junior Bobby GarsTer led The Pioneers wiTh 600 yards rushing before his injury aT The game againsT Golden WesT. Leland Tilley and DwighT Brumley aT- Tained a combined 2600 yards, surpassing The school record. Tom Daly led The Team in Tackling. Turned To lead The Team V' This year including Team capTains, ScoTT Nelson, PRE-LEAGUE GAMES , Brad PendergosT, Leland T Tilley, Tom Daly, Bob Gar- MW' TEAM OPPONENT sTer, and Mike Sachau. 7 ClOviS 44 I OTher rerurning IeTTerrnen 42 Mom-che 44 were DwighT Brumley, Joe 25 Tulare union 26 76 PorTerville 3 P ' 35 Tulare WesTern 7 -fy We ser' high goals This season buf unfor- funafely we mer wifh a for of Qdverszl I Ai fy. "-Scoh' Nelson The Pioneer line surges forward To leT Bob GarsTer score Senior ScoTT Nelson husiles Tor yardage. Kevin AshworTh leaps for a flying pass. Hurry Leland Tilley, he's caTching up! T T 469 VQrSlTy FOOTbC1Il 0 VarsiTy Team PromoTes Spirif inn- I u 1 ini STandouT Players For The Year Bring Aboui A Sense Of Team UniTy And Pride ln order To promofe Team spiriT, The varsiTy fooTball program iniTiaTed The MosT lnspiraTional Player Award This year. One player was nominaTed afTer each game. Nick Luisi was The re- cipienf for The Clovis game. For The Monache game iT was Craig Kearney, Tulare Union- Marfy Silvas, Porfer- ville- Mike Sinor, Tulare WesTern- Brad Pendergosf, Golden WesT- Chedric Rus- sell, Hanford- Lee NesbiTT, were named To The Tulare- Kings All- STar Team This year. The varsiTy Team was again direcTed by ThirTeen-year veT- eran Head Coach Charlie Ca- sale. Casale was assisfed by Skip Pendergasf, Frank Cala- mese, Mike VogT, Joe Lane, Ross Bailey, Bob Ausherman, and Ron Roberfs. Lemoore- Mike Sachau, SCORE BOX -I Reedley- Kevin AshworTh, and Redwood- Lars Jensen. LEAGUE GAMES Players selecTed fOI' All MW, TEAM QTDPQNENT League This year included Tom Daly, ScoTT Nelson, Joe 20 Golden Wen 24 Ochoa, and Kevin Ash- 26 Hflflfoffll 28 worTh. Two Pioneers, Joe 13 Lemoore QQ Ochoa and ScoTT Nelson, 47 Reedley 'IA "' "" 3 Redwood 24 I . ,, ll "We really seemed To work hard as a Team A gk, during The season buT we jusT didn 'T gef The breaks. "-Joe Ochoa l l. David GulTTerrez and Leland Tilley congraTulaTe each oTher on The score. S H l h d f Th h I f' ld 2. ean usey ea s or e oe up re . 3. Bobby Garsfer goes down fucking The ball in. A. SCOTT Nelson breaks Tackles and heads for The end zone. 5. Redwoods defense shakes loose The fooTball from Darius Bynum. ,I 0 VarsiTy FooTball Hn was 4 A' , fx 'f WMM 'W , . , - Haw' -M 4,. , , . aw ffm f.. ,,,, ' fy ' , Am V, Ai V,,, A , . , gy .14 " A J' GVV ,f q K . UM VV I I Vffwrfgg ,K f ,, , if V "" k 'Q K A , W H ii I I ,W A jf' " ' my ' "" , , 4 I Q m A H L E. ' v .31 W ,W I ,171 . cj w , A 1 if , , 4 W , 1 -4 ff, mf w.,.1g4W . . ., .m , 4 p 4-1:4 .vpnvp .T ,Wh , Vorsify Foofboll ' ,I 7 ll I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J.V. FOOTBALL-Front Row: Jerry Ennis, Chris Mano, Jose Rojas, Shannon Konishi, Mike Barnes, Bryan Peck, Juan Nanez, Narcy Sedilio, Thaa Stubbefield, Vince Gomez, Second Row: Robert Shaw, Chris Wilson, Chris Wray, Brian Costa, Javier Jojas, Danny Prado, Ramsey Ochoa, Chris Hogstad, Brian Winter, Steve Wiley, Sergio Torres. Third Raw: Eric Hampton, Jon I-lafley, Jason Sorensen, Jason Sarr, Steve Ellis, Mike Ledbetter, Cecil Castillo, Charles Brooks, Russell Young, Jim Loscutova, Brian Bettencourt, John Bothof, Fourth Rowi Tim Wilson, Kevin Buckelew, Joh Franco, Robert Meeks, Phillip Rhodes, John Burns, Richard Pena, Blain Bibb, Javier Vaca, Ryan Troy. Fifth Row: Coach Ken Hill, Erick Tilley, Scot Bruton, Shawn Jones, Steve Caudle, Daren Jackson, David Kneeland, Aaron Mannon. David Perez, Jason Kukas, Coach Gig Stephens, Sixt Row: Coach Andy Allan, Mott Nesbitt, Jerry Bruton, Jason Silva, Andre Medina, Danny Hydash, Aaron Bennetts, Coach John l-luckabay. ' I l 1 1 1 3 in ' Freshmen Football JV FooTpoIi Achieves Success Junior VorsiTy Teom's Winning Seoson l-iighIighTed By VicTory Qver Redwood The J.V. Teom greoTly im- proved Themselves This yeor wiTh on 8-2 seoson record ond o 41-'l leogue record. They ended The seoson wiTh Three shuT-ouTs ond The soT- isfocTion of o Cowhide vic- Tory over cross-Town rivol- ,Redwood lndividuol sTondouTs for The 87 seoson were running book l-loword Wilson, over- oging 75 yords per gome, Awords recipie-nTs included Ryon Troy, lvlosT Voluoble Of- fensive Ployer: Aoron Ben- neTTs, MosT improved Offen- sive Ployer ond STeve Wiley ond John Burns, Co-lVlosT Volu- oble Defensive Pldyers. Leoding The J.V. Pioneers wos Heod Cooch Gig STe- phens ossisTed by Ken Hill. John Huckoboy ond Andy Alien. quorTerbock Ryon Troy, y y who overoged 'ISO yords for S The seoson, ond Iinebocker -- T T T T STeve who hod The MIW' -I-EAM OFQPONENT mosT Tockles for The seoson. 15 crows 24 OTher sTondouTs included gg ig Cloy Dorr, Shonnon Konishi, 7 Tune Union 6 Aoron BenneTTs, Doren 28 more wesfem is Jockson, Joson Kukos, lvloTT 3 Ssrfgrg Wesi ig NesbiTT, John Burns, ond Ke- I M Lemoore 43 V"'BUCTs'sWr as sszszzs is I- 'fggq Si 'UE . Q Z I "MosT of The Team has been TogeTher for o T ' lj loT of years. We hope To moinTo'in our win- ? r l ' ningfrodifionylfor The fesT of our high school - T yeofsg "-STeve W7ey T -lll I The line gears up os quorTerbock Ryon Troy goes in moTion. Sophomore Howordywilson sweeps,righT of The-block, T , Nofhing is going To sTop Shonnon Konishi. John Burns ond Jerry BruTon celebroTe Their win QT Cowhide. rr JX7-i:3OTbOlI 0 ,I Freshman FooTball Takes League W 21- T 6 git' Second WYL Championship Possible Through Dedicafion, Sfrong Effori Head Coach GarsTer's philosophy of "The harder you work, The harder iT is To surrender" sparked The freshman foofball Team To Their second consecufive WesT YosemiTe League Championship. The highlighf of Their season was Their 'l poinf vicfory over Red- wood. The score had been 26-'IA Redwood buT WhiT- ney came back To score in The IasT auarfer. Wifh 53 NaTe VopaTa, RoberT Dou- gherTy, and Jerry Perez. Working TogeTher for Three years, The freshman coaching sTaff has been successful in producing a winning Team each Time. Head Coach was Dan A. GarsTer assisfed by STeve Konishi, Mark NesbiTT, John Vaughan, Chris Tilley, and Dan CarTer who filled in for Tilley when necessary. . ,W V 2 - ' f f . .,-- j . 22 N si R x Q Q . ess in elf rs. f . - . - ss s' RX . .. .... 5. , gc.. K .vi W. ,. - .kk M: . w...,s., s. ' Q . 'X . sw 'X seconds Ieff Redwood Tried , fss " re score buf Whifney held SCGRF BOX 2 - - X T 'i.. f T iii' on, making The final score ssssss srrr sssss i. g. QT: 27-26 Whiinev- MQW' EM OPPONENQ Th? DICYGVS Wefe QIVGVW dl Tulare Union 26 F iff '2" special awards from each 24 Peffervane 27 fl - s i i of The coaches aT The WhiT- ' gf giiginwjgjfn lg ggggg T ...... ..:: ney Freshman Banauef. 6 Ham-,,d 33 E so 2 ,v 2 These awards were given To so Lemoore 22 I P i X T 2 . 5 S ' Carlos Garcia, Leon Walker, 3? Eiiffigd 32 ' l . R N I - ffl i g 2 or 2 M K... . t 4 , K i r K . y fi? vffkf r h g g 2A ,W T 2 Y Em 2 2 A 1 Y f if N I feel fhaf our Freshman. Team realfyg y f X R WQFKSG hard TQ come Together ancfgolay 2 2 . ss'h 53112 ' ' V'-fmu ' T is-i2?i+ - T asia unified Team."-Johnyf?aldan 'X 2 5' JQW' B035 IGUVGSWS defender in mf' F . . 2 1 we :2-f ' --ss 2. WC-iripiwd by hisbbbonenf, John RQTQICJVIT shows deTerrnlnaTlon. 2 ii? 2 2 2 . sr' ff--M 235 Roben Dougherfyiiis' ready To layoff-a good pass offer breaking smfgfdckle. A. KeiTh Brown, in The backfield, sefssup for The piay of The cenTury. ii T R 2 ' . 2 Q I Q' 2 ' . .2 . 2 . 2., lfcwvffss sis T T 9' Ln, . sr 6-1:2-iff k.-. fas,kr"yS'in'!y1E1k?.- 2.s. 'ii2 2 if -.45 :Xxpgg-5 M? fggy -,A:.s.Aysv 'Qt ' ' ' Q H 5 F s " 1P'i.f:..s4-sissy 46-,F '2 "Fas ,I v Freshman FooTball 2 HAM x.XL, A I -L k .K f .. QM: X' . ig- A in-rm fix K Freshman Foofboll 0 L! .. .f f 4 0 VOrsiTy WGTGI' POIO 5ffsL D, ,MM " ' " sg HY-in ' f if K 'i fi, efwewwei .. , me ,, ,M ' K , I . -gr ,--.L -Q 6 , 1 Ai. A 'Ne-Q... VAQEQTY WATER PoLoQr3rom,Row1 Paws-foz, Brian Horkrsj Todd Pocofsikrrl Don Kerry. secend Row: S1eve Henson. Josh D'Acquisro, Don Marvin, Toby Komor, Glenn Hearn, Bifl Moguy. John Fistolero. Beck Row: Greg Winter, Joy Ford, Donovon Horris, Rob Lindsay, Peter Hendrix. Mike Wiehl, Brian Cross, Coach Robin Sullivan. I JV., H964 ,,,L M f-Zum-im mind' xf Poloisis I-lave An ExciTing Season ,uw-4 A Aww 'fl flQ,,mV" TKHUHBH M. ' .ws mm - W W ,W ., A , ReTurning STarTers Pace VVaTer Polo Team To A Third Place League Finish The MT. WhiTney varsiTy waTer polo Team achieved Third place in The WesT Yo- semiTe League wiTh a O-A record for The 4987 season. This record was made possi- ble wiTh The help of The re- Turning sTarTers: sophomore Billy Maguy: junior Dan Mar- vin: and seniors Donavan Harris, Brian Cross, Rob Lind- say, and Mike Wiehl. Through The ups and downs of The season The players sTuck TogeTher and kepT a posiTive aTTiTude and remained a sTrong, hard- Coaches Maury STevens and Robin Sullivan awarded Billy Maguy The All-American BlankeT Award. The All- League selecTions included firsT Team: Billy Maguy and Dan Marvin, second Team: STeve Hanson and Rob Lindsay: Hon- orable MenTion: Brian Cross and Mike Wiehl. SCCRE BOX working Team. The varsiTy T ' MW TEAM OPPONENT squad was led by Top scor- Q3 lg ers, STeve Hanson, wiTh 55 4, Goldgn Wesl 40 goals, Billy Maguy, wiTh 44 6 Redwood 7 goals, Mike wlenl, wiTh 32 jj figgggj li goals, and Rob Lindsay, wiTh 6 Egolden Wesf 42 A QQ QOQIS, 9 Redwood 6 - L+ 'W . . . , . j r iyyi T "lf was an expiring season: we didn T win all of fhefgamesnwe needed foflbur if was sfill 5 K 1 a good year for The Team. "-DonovanHarris STeve Hanson sfruggles To keep conTroI of The ball. Goalie Dan Marvin rises To block anolher aTTempTed goal. . ATTempTing To pass The ball, Bill Maguy sTraTeglcally surveys The field. , Donavalfgl-larris releases The ball before his opponenT has a chance To block. -M ff V 'L If IJ, 'f fflff J '1'?' x VarsiTy WaTerpolo 0 ll 7 7 JV PoloisTs Take Second In VVYL I l DelVlalignon's I-Iigh-Scoring Year Paces Team Through League and TournamenT Paced by reTurning sTarT- ers, lVlT. WhiTney's junior var- siTy waTer polo Team Took a second place WesT Yosem- iTe League finish for The sec- ond sTraighT year. The Team finished The season wiTh a record of six wins and four losses. In addiTion To league play, The waTer polo Team com- warT performances This season neTTed him 52 goals, as well as The lVlosT Valuable Player Award. Brian Lundy was The Team's second highesT scorer, recording 28 goals for himself. Maury STevens and Robin Sullivan once again coached The junior varsiTy Team To a winning season. peTed in The IVIT. WhiTney Ju- ' nior VarslTy TournamenT, where They came away ' "" ' wlTh second place honors. . y.y.. The reTurning sTarTers T SCORE BOX were sophomores Darin f" Cross, lVlaTT De Malignon, ryiw TEAM oPPoNENT Ryan Glispey, Brian Lundy, 42 Hcflfofd 5 and Ndrnon STevens. The 42 Ej,?jj,YWeS, Z Team capTain This year was s Redwood 44 firsT-year goalie, sophomore 12 222326 13 Jeff HeVmOn- o eoidenywesi 12 lVlaTT De lVlalignon's sTal- I A Redwood 42 I I l I I K "IT was a gre-af way To sian' off my Hrsf 1 year in polo. We worked hard and if paid Nl, off 1 fhmkffne oooones orofdgooo' foe. l Marc Rfegel T -Q :T j i - 4 2 3 A . .l.V, gociliegleff l-layman, goes up for The block, T . Sfeve Hanson geTs ouT of a Tough siTuaTion as Two opponenis close in. . PaT Meraz lobs The ball over a defender. . Alan ChrisTenson launches The ball up and over his opponent . . ,rf 2 N K . A V H MTW' V .M T, . VVVV . , . 7 ,M .V W, F7309 ',"' fm. f' . . "il fha' ' . ' AW W MV' T ' er f 1. .v,, '.'fzf yr 784 .- 0 JV WaTer Polo JV WATER POLO From' Row Chns Scawyers Jock Kincaid, Eno Hannah Josh Stafford Nathan Roberts Garrett Maze Mott Smnth Jason Preston Second Row Gnome Johnson, Ryan Gtnsfbev Mske Leahy Eric Cmlton Todd Block Nofhcsn Stevens Aoron Gibson Scoif Bennet? Mm? Penner John Boyle Bock Row Coach Maury Stevens More Riegei Bdly 'H-H Cooper Jeff Heymdn Alon Chnsfenson Chris Smeiser, Brion Lundy Steve Rasmussen Dorm Cross Mot? DeMc:Ilgnon ww 4 Q 45 lf' A '51 A 'f m VARSITY VOLLEYBALL-Fronl Row: Amber Loyd, Coach Les Borges. Second Row: lvlarcie Green, Mona Fries, Tammy Vagl, Deonn Lancasler, Debbie Welry. Back Row: Celina Qulnlero, Elaine Harrell, Siacie Adams. Kim Nelson, Pam Paxron. A 446 X L 72 f , E 3 gi , gf ,ZA f fi Varsity Volleyball Volleyball Has Outstanding Season . , ll,l E ,wif 4- W if 4 'O fm ,G ' it I W ya in ,vm- Ww 1 '49 fr i 1 I Varsity Pioneer Team Tallies Best Season Record In Twelve Years With optimistic attitudes, a strong sense of together- ness, and a lot of desire, the 4987 Varsity Volleyball team pulled off the best season record they have had in twelve years. The 42-A overall season record and the 7-3 record in league play was highlighted by beating cross-town rivals Redwood and Golden West twice. Team captains Deb- bie Welty, Marcie Green, and lvlona Fries, led their varsity team to grab a solid third place among the teams in the WYL. The team, which was coached for the first time by Les Borges, made it to the WYL play-offs for the first time in twelve years. Special awards went to Tammi Vogt, All-American: Elaine Harrell, Most Valuable Player: Amber Loyd, Most ln- spirationalg and Kim Nelson, Most improved. After the success of the 4987 season, the future looks promising as the team will only lose four seniors to graduation. MW TEAM OPPONENT 3 Golden West O 2 Reedley 3 3 Redwood 4 4 Hanford 3 3 Lemoore 0 3 Golden West O 3 Reedley 4 3 Redwood 0 4 Hanford 3 3 Lemoore 4 Varsity Volleyball v ,I Young Pioneer Sauads Improve JV Volleyball Plays ConsisTenTly: Frosh UndefeaTed ln League AcTion lvlf. WhiTney's J.V. Volley- ball Team played well during The fall season, improving greaTly over lasf year and consisTenTly puTTing ouT a loT of Team efforT. Placing sec- ond in pool play aT The Ex- efer TournamenT was a highpoinf during The season, as well as preparing Them for league play. FirsT year coach Lisa Oliver and co- capTains HeaTher Nevvkirk and Carrie lvlarTin led The Team To Their league record The league champions were led by capTain and Top server Wendy Hawkins and lvlosf Valuable Player KrisTen Simp- son. Coached by Dennis lrwin, The successful, young Team reached Their goal of number one in league, playing wifh skillful concenTraTion and pow- erful execufion. of 3-7 and season record of SCOPE BOX b, 40-42. The undefeaTed Pioneer gllgf-JV TEAM MW-F9251 Frosh squad earned Their 42 Sggfifgywes' Qjo league record of 40-O and o-2 ree-dwcou 2-o Their overall season record g I gig gig of 45-4 by playing consis- 4-2 Gwen Wesf 2-0 TenTiy sTrong, and com- o-2 rzee-are-y 2-4 plefely TogeTher as a Team. I 0-2 Redwood 2-0 O-2 Hanford 2-0 2-O Lemoore 2-4 "we really :Improved fremendousfy This .fy year and played wifh G lof more Togefher- Trapp . ness as a Team. "-Julie Wellsf i T P 4, Raquel Goulan' leans for The ball as Beffe Morphis backs her up 2. Lizzi Fleming prepares To hiT The ball using much concenTraTion 3. Anne Noel sefs The ball for TeamaTe Julie Wells. ,I 0 JV Volleyball JV VOLLEYBALL-Fran? Row: Lizzi Fleming, Wendi Sullivan, Gloria Bowen, Julie Wells, Carrie l Marlin, Rebecca Million. Second Row: Coach Lisa Oliver, Colleen Kelly, Michelle Main, l Grace Meraz, Healher Newkirk, Slephanie Moreno. Melissa Kyle. Back Row: Anne Noel, Buffy Dean, Laura Nadura. , , FROSH VOLLEYBALL-Froni Row: Kelli Johnson, Coach Dennis lrwln. Second Row: Amy Ken- drick, Denise Walers, Patricia Reelz, Claudia Bowen, Belle Morphis, Susan Rowan. Back Row: Angel Gaines, Shellen Baiien, Krislen Simpson, Wendy Hawkins, Robyn Rivera, Marga- ,,,,l, , rel Schultz. , JV Volleybclll 0 Uk 483 4841 l l rn gi, ,,,,- v 'f' ,mf MMQW mr i 5 a 3 f Z BOYS CROSS CGUNTRY-Fronr Row: Jesse Fischer, Adom Dovison, Moll Forman, Mike Kcifsr, Tim Keyes, Roberi Jofomillo. Second Row: Joboor Beig, Pedro Rubolcrnbo, Rob Treis, Tino Keyes, Rofoel Morlinez, Jose Guojordo, Bonilo Borrios, Javier Velosquez, l-ldrrison Li, Andrew Solozor, Josh McDonnell, Kevin Hawkins, Jeff Buchneisler, Ed lvlorkworcli, Gooch Doug Rudolf. Bock Row: Todd Sanders. Jason Ellis, Manuel Moldorxodo, Mofrin Delgdillo. Leo Gonzalez, Thomas Jungwirlh, Jeff Davis, Jdson Marlin, Bill Cochran, Sooil Sleriing, Joe Monuele, v 1 ' Q 1 3 1 1 0 Boy's Cross Country Cross CounTry Shows Team lJniTy 11 Coach Rudolf Helps A YouThful Team Overcome Early Season OpsTacles The MT. WhiTney Boys Cross CounTry Team achieved a 'l-3 record and a Third place league sTand- ing. In addiTion To Their league meeTs, The Team parTicipaTed in The CenTraI Area MeeT, The MT. SAC ln- viTaTional, and The Valley MeeT, where They received fourTh, fifTh, and ninTh place, respecTively. The young Team, which included only Three seniors, demonsTraTed Team uniTy and performed well in The SouThern California inviTa- Tionals aT Dana Hills and MT. SAC. The Dana Hills inviTa- Tional was The firsT of The Two overnighT Trips for The varsiTy and sophomore Teams. The harriers were obviously deTermined To do well, as almosT every runner Took a medal home in his re- specTive division. The Team awards were pre- senTed To: Bill Cochran, All- Americang Thomas JungwirTh, MosT Valuable Runner: Joe Manuele and Leo Gonzales, MosT Improved Runners: and Manuel Maldonado, Coach's Award. sconia sox BOYS CROSS COUNTRY WYL Triangular MeeTs Golden WesT 23, Reedley AO, MT. WhiTney 65 MT. WhiTney 26, Hanford 29 . Golden WesT 26, MT. - - - A WhiTney 29 T A "TheTecZ1mWc7s realclosegand workedra- gefhef even Thoughlwe didn 'T end sfrong our season was gredf. "-Jesse Hscher Q .wr .. V ,f0.l 'Q' ' . . A , I1 7'l' X A ' 'Vigil Bill Cochran prepares To puT The pass on Golden WesT's Saul Rodriguez.. ilason Mdffih works up The hillylfcourse af The MT. SAC lnviTaTional. Freshman runner Josh McDonnell, concer3TraTes on The course. Joe Manuele and Thomas Jungwirlh have an edge on Their opponenTs. Boy's Cross CounTry - 485 Girls l-lave An ExcellenT Season Girls' Cross CounTry Team CapTures Third Place ln Val ey Championships The MT. WhiTney Girl's Cross CounTry Team ended Their 4987 season wiTh a 6-0 league record. The varsiTy girls were The WesT Yosem- iTe League champions for The second season in a row and The junior varsiTy girls were WesT YosemiTe League champions for The Third season in a row. The Girl's Cross CounTry Team also achieved firsT place aT The Golden WesT lnviTa- Tional and second place aT The MT. WhiTney lnviTaTional. The All-League SelecTions for The season were PaTricia Salazar, KaThi Roldan, and Team capTain Julie MehrTen. ReTurning runners in addiTion To Salazar, Roldan, and MehrTen, included Rosa So- lis, Norma CasTro, and Shar- on Kramer. Coach Jim McDonnell pre- senTed awards in The following caTegories: All-American KaThi Roldan: MosT Valuable Runners PaTricia Salazar and Julie MehrTen: Coaches Awards Rosa Solis, Sharon Kramer, and Delphia WhisenanT. VARSITY GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY L 74 P rferville 74 McFarland 97 Red- d 444 Golden Wesl 442, MT. Whitney 443, M h 459. Corcoran 243 I M d 34, Ml. Whitney 39 MCF I nd 78, I SongerO7 Porlerville 432, R dl y 460 Fresno 470 I MT. Whilney A7 M d A9 Clovis 405, B Ilard 444, N0rThB k f ld 447 Hanford 447, Bakers- field 153 Fr 248 C comm 250 5 'wwnougn if was dfsappofnffng mar we "" s l- I barely missed qualifying for slale, all The 'fhard work and closenessfmade The seasorif T worfh while. "-Wm Hawkins n n 1 l i g 4. Pcsfricia Salazar-iconcenTrcrTes on passing her oppohenr. 2. KaThi Roldan pushes herself To anoTher Pioneer vicfory. 3. Sharon Kramer picks up The pace aT Mooney's Grove. A. Rosa Solis Tears up The course! 1,4 fy, .M A ll - Girl's Cro?-CounTry l , I! ga l GIl2L'S CROSS COUNTRY'Fronl Row: Julie Mehrlen, Sleilo Gomez, Polricio Solozcir, Lisa Ramos, Bronciy Zoill, Erin Thompson, Nicci Hollis, Carolyn Ecker. Second Row: Corrie Aomodf, Kolhi Roldon, Delphio Whlsenonl. Jennifer Ellis, Shelley Brinkerhoff, Chris Godou, Michelle l-lolherley, Andrea Beocom, Cooch Jim McDonnell. Bock Row: Brendo Boggoley, Tosho Woller, Kim Howkins, Shoron Kromer, Roso Solis, Normo Cosiro, Tino Miller. GirI's Cross Counlry v ess Q ,. ' jg l,. ml I , ,W 51 W Q , ,wwf ,qui Q ,sf J 'ev 51' VARSITY BASKETBALL- Front Row: Klle Toylor. Scoll Nelson, Kenny Frisbee, Moll Doniel, Adrian Robles, Lelond Tilley, Dorius Bynum, Bock Roni Coocn Bill Kuykendcrll, Sieve King, Aolom Peck, Mike Mueller, Sieve Konold, Pele Gloiio, Robert Konold, Kevin Asnworrn. l 0 Vorsily Boys Boskeiboll VarsiTy Boys Go To Playoffs 8 f ' 4 .M . . ,Wm AQ g I I i I I i l lvlT. WhiTney BaskeTball Team Advances To Division ll Finals The 4987-88 MT. WhiTney varsiTy boys baskeTball Team had a season full of exciTemenT and success. AfTer The Team sTarTed ouT wiTh Three losses, They came back To win seven of Their nexT eighT games. AlThough They finished Their season wiTh a 5-5 league record and a fourTh place sTanding in WesT Yo- ll -SCORE BOX . League Games lvl.W. TEAM OPPONENT 53 Hanford 70 52 Lemoore 67 47 Golden WesT M 59 Reedley A2 311 Redwood 29 5-41 Hanford A7 415 Lemoore 60 A2 Golden WesT 50 46 Reedley 35 Redwood 39 415 Delano 37 56 Sanger 69 semiTe League acTion, The Team was able To advance To The Division ll Valley championship baskeTball finals, due To a new sysTem of Team classificaTion for The Valley compeTiTion. In play- off acTion, The Team beaT Delano 45-37, buT Then fell To Sanger, 69-56. The Team ended wiTh an overall '15-5 record. The Pioneers season was highlighTed by Their Third place sTanding in The Polly- Wilhelmsen lnviTaTional. Ju- nior Kevin AshworTh was named To The All-Tourna- menT Team aT The end of The holiday Tourney. CapTains for The varsiTy squad were senior veTerans ScoTT Nelson, Adam Peck, and Leland Tilley. s 7 "I feel Thai' we really improved and began To work more Hke a Team. "-Adrian Robles. . Senior ScoTT, Nelson concenTraTes on his sTraTegy. , Mike Nluelrer geTs The-lbeTTer edge on Lemoore. ' . Forward Adam Peck reaches for The sky for Two poinTs. . MaTT Daniels shows The big boys how iT's done. varsiTy Boys BaskeTball 0 ll Pioneer STandouTs Work TogeTher VarsiTy BaskeTball Players Achieve Season Goals Through Teamwork The 4987-88 season broughT aboui many indi- vidual sTandouTs working To- geTher To produce a hard- working Pioneer baskeTball Team. In WesT YosemiTe League play, The Team leaders in re- bounds were senior STeve Konold and junior Kevin Ash- worTh, who also led The Team in scoring. Sophomore Darius Bynum was also one of The Top scorers, along wiTh senior ScoTT Nelson, who was one of The Top de- posiTions. Coach Bill Kuykendall, along wiTh assisTanT coaches Karl Kildow and John l-luckabay, gave awards in The following caTegories: lVlosT lnspiraTion- al, Adrian Robles: lvlosT lm- proved, RoberT Konold: Coaches' Team Player, STeve King: All-American, ScoTT Nelson. s SCGRE BOX fenders in The VVYL. Leland MW. Tgggrfcgue Gpponem Tilley handed ouT over 445 I assisis for The Pioneers dur- QQ Qlgfgjjrmfj 22 ing The! season. Seniors 411 rviomeffsy 47 Mike lvlueller, Adrian Robles, gg Efgffil QQ Adam Peck, and STeve King as rlsloosevr?-if 23 all made posiTrve conTribu- 22 pCffQg'ji,,Z 37 Tions To The Pioneers sea- 62 Delano so son, mosTly in reserve role Q2 'Q,f',Qf,?'d jg ' ' T l u ' as 32 Talgrg lllzweigmern 57 "The Turning ,oofnf of our season was The 1 Poly- Wilhelmsen- we became more unifeoi as a Team. Afferwarols, we began To work is harder and play more wifh our hearfs. "- STeve Konold T l'i i'i ' f 'l. Dribbling upcouri, Sieve King looks for an open man 2. Junior Pe-Te GioTTa husTIes around Lemoore-'s defense 3. Forward Kevin Ashworih TighTly guards his opponeni 4 Senor STeve Konold fi his fo Th bo nd . i g r e re u . 5. Dashing around a player is sophomore Darius Bynum 6. Guard Leland Tilley flies by his cross-Town rival. VarsiTy Boys BaskeTball boo ffgh E 2 X . . 4 if Y D L f i l -1' 9 651 M. J I f' ' gs M, 9-.W--f EEPQ offs R Nl-rf ' : H I 5 ,, Vorsify Boys Boskefboll WJ' Lf. 'L 1? . kxir A an K FROSH BASKETBALL- Fronl Rowt Chris Evans, Richard Vasquez, Roberl Dougherly, Scolt Ellis, John Roldan. Back Row: Ryan Bergrhold, Dan Weldon, John Boyle, Roberl Arbuckle. Lance Hansen, Dan McClure, Coach John Huckabay, J.V, BASKETBALL- Front Raw: Todd Sanders, Slove Ellis, Chris l-logslad. Brenl Bagley, Greg Lomell, Marshall Varela, Back Row: Coach Karl Klldow, Ryan Troy, Shawn Jones, Jason Glick, Aaron Glanville, Jason Kukas, Jeff Heyman, Alan Chrlslenson, aff. A, ,C.,. J sl J ---: ,L , I K 5 L -raz- .ox fag.: L W5 A cz V -iff A J'.L Q. L in Y l s R J.V. and Frosh Boys Baskelball Sci X F M. J.V. And Freshman BaskeTlaall Teams Place Highly in WesT YosemiTe League The 4987-88 Junior VarsiTy Pioneer BaskeTball Team ended Their season wiTh five sTraighT wins for a 7-3 league record and a sec- ond place sTanding. They also received firsT place in The PorTerville-Kiwanians J.V. TournamenT. Freshman Jason Glick led The Team in rebounds, while junior Greg Lomeli and SCORE BOX sophomore Ryan Troy were The leading scorers. Sopho- more Alan ChrisTenson was The leader in assisTs and sTeaIs. The Freshman BaskeTball Team finished Their 4987-88 season as co-champs, wiTh a 7-3 league record. Coach John Huckabay named RoperT DougherTy as The mosT valuable player and RoberT Arpuckle received The Pioneer award. John Roidan and DougherTy were chosen as Team capTains. MW' TEAM MW' Hard work and good de- J-V-- Frosh- ssiii fense, coupled wiTh sTeady 2?-Ejnem Hanford Opglcigint im.prOVemenT Gnd .Team I 57-40 Lemogfe 36-34 spiriT enabled MT. WhiTney s 42-45 Golden Wesf 54-37 - J.V. and freshman Teams To . 2223 d i achieve winning seasons. 60-A-41 Hanford 34-30 ' on-37 Lemoore sues .- 49-211 Golden WesT All-39 ' AO-23 Reedley so-as ..... on-37 Redwood 42-ao "When,we had our heads in The game, and our fans were wifh us, we had no Trouble T ' de-feafing our opponenfsf'-Alan ChrisTen- Q ' son Jason Glick ouT-jumps his oppanenf To make The shoi. 2 John Rolaan shoofsa kong one for Two. 3 Will Brem' Bagley come down from This sho? unharmed? J.V. and Frosh Boys BaskeTpall ' 493 Girls Take Second ln Valley Lady Pioneers Play Tough ln The Valley Finals Led by Top scorer and re- bounder ShoneTTe Bynum, MT. WhiTney's girls baskeT- ball Team ended Their suc- cessful season by defeaTlng Redwood 47-33, and FooT- hill 52-50 in The Division Two Valley Championship play- offs and barely losing To Sanger A6-42 in The finals. Finishing second in league wiTh a record of 8-2, and an overall record of 47-6, The lady Pioneers also picked up firsT in The Tulare WesTern TournamenT and Third in The Reedley lnviTaTional. ReTurning sTarTers Shon- eTTe Bynum and Elaine Har- rell were named To The All- League Team. OTher reTurn- ing players were Deann LancasTer, Debbie WelTy, Marcie Green, Kim Nelson, i 1 ...1 i and Carrie lVlarTin. Team awards wenT To ShoneTTe Bynum, All-Ameri- can: Marcie Green Coaches Award: Debbie WelTy, Team CapTain: Elaine Harrell, BesT Defensive Player: and Kim Nelson, BesT Gffensive Player. The Team was coached by Skip Pen- dergasT. SCORE 5-ox lVl.W. TEAM OPPONENT 53 Hanford 59 413 Lemoore 39 ol Golden WesT 'll 54 Reedley A5 AA Redwood 34 38 Hanford 50 43 Lemoore 27 59 Golden WesT 24 115 Reedley A2 58 Redwood 29 "Since we 've had problems wiTh free Throws This season ld say The mosf memo us made free Throws ln a row lvlarcie rObl9 Time was in pracfice when all Ten of G, ff! Green S g . Kim NSTSOFI Tries To flfld C1 CIGOT SHOT. . ShooTing for Two, Debbie WelTy sTreTches up and over. 'l 2. Will Shonene Bynum's aTTempT To make a baskeT succeed? 3 A . Elaine Harrell single-handedly saves The ball from a foul. gl N 'T f"' ""' S Tl is T 5 x N T' T TF' if L 'l94"""" H' ' O VarsiTy Girls BaskeTball fe V VV , Q l VARSITY GHQLS BASKETBALL-From' Row: Megan Fulmer, Morcle Green, Eloine Harrell, .V ., ' ' 1 X Kim Nelson. Bock Row- Shonelfe Bynum, Deborah Welty, Corrie Marlin, Kelli Eberleln, l ll' r, Deonn Lancaster, Chris Godcu. Mi elllll rr ' - 5 X glllllll f ,ah I W' l 5 , r , lr .4 ur Wi- fwvwsvw . www, uv' has M.. A Vorsily Girls Boskelbcxll 0 Q i i l . as 3 L'5 Q' 'Sig ,gmrg 50 1 fl' f l or if JV GIRLS BASKETBALL-Froni row: Kelli Johnson, Second row: Laurie Nadura, Anne Noel, Heather Hamilton, Jennifer Ashworih, Susan Rowan. Back Row: Coach Sandy Angangan, Emilie Craig, Polly Reeiz, Raquel Goularl, Wendi Sullivan, Denise Walers, Siephanle Moreno, Coach Lisa Oliver. Lizzie Fleming. 5 iw!! -Y -ww ggi 1 W .Rh Q., ,,.ai"' fl NW-wesww X L l g 1 yr M. .Wg ,L-r 96 0 JV EES BOSkeTbOlI l"' Pioneers ShooT For Success Junior VarsiTy Sauad Places FirsT ln Golden WesT Girls' TournamenT The lvif. Whifney Junior VarsiTy baskeTball Team had a successful season, ending wiTh a '12-6 overall record and a 6-4 league Tally. The young Pioneers, who were led by Team capTains Denise Waiers and Raquel GoularT, achieved a final sTanding of Third in WesT Yo- semiTe league acfion. Over- all, The Team had a scoring scomfsox G average of 34 poinfs per game. individual sTandouTs included WaTers, who aver- aged Ten rebounds a game, GoularT, who aver- aged eighT per game, Su- san Rowan, and Wendy Sul- livan. The squads' season was highlighTed by a firsT place finish in The Golden WesT TournamenT. Team awards wenf To PaTTy ReeTz, lVlosT Improved: Raquel GoularT, lVlosT Inspi- raTional: Laurie Nadura, BesT iviw. TEAM opporvsivr Defensive Player: Denise 4 Wafers, BesT Offensive Play- ' QQ er: and Sus-an Rowan and sa eoiuen wesr is Wendi Sullivan, coaches i7 Reed'eY 33 awards. The Team was d Q2 coached by Lisa Oliver, who 37 Lemoore 34 was assisTed by Sandy An- 3Q Golden WesT 18 48 Reedley 56 Qongcn' AA Redwood 20 ., ,, 'Dar mosf memorable game was when I T5 as e, every member of our Team played lh The QQ if game and also scored."-Denise WaTers 1 Wendi Sullivan sefs up for a perfecf shof while Kelli Johnson covers her. Ready or nof varsiTy player Deann LancasTer grasps The ball. "Gimmie some elbow room", Thinks Raquel Goularfas she Tries To maneuver auf of a Tighf spot Susan Rowan quickly ouf-runs her persisfanl opponent Varsily player Carrie Marlin sTrives To gef The ball before her opponenl does, - JV Girls-S-askelball v Young Team Takes Fifih In League Three LeTTermen ReTurn To VarsiTy To Lead STrong Defensive Soccer Team The varsiTy Pioneer soccer Team ended Their season This year wiTh a fiTTh place sTanding in League. Their season record was 8-6-6 and They ended wiTh a league record of T-5-4. The Kickers had a young Team This year wiTh only Three reTurning leTTermen. Seniors Dave Peden, Don SmiTh and Jim Shepherd led The varsiTy Team. Coach Pipe felT ThaT The Team ex- celled in defense and he was very posiTive abouT The way The season progressed. CapTains for The squad were Chris Jennings, Dave Peden and PeTer BarreTT. Team awards wenT To Chris Jennings, All- American and MosT Valuable Player: Mike McCarThy, MosT improved T' Player: and MaTT Bilobens, MosT lnspiraTional Player. Chris Jennings and Sean Lar- sen were picked for The All- League firsT Team while Dave Peden, PeTer BarreTT and Jay Shaw were picked for The All-League second Team. Honorable menTions were Mark MarTin, Carlos Carmona and Jose Chica. .F .1 A ...T T' f ??'fff Qifji Y . is -..'i T 1-. s .. 9 Ts scorers sox J T M.W. TEAM OPPONENT -xl " gs 1 B k f' Id 1 T T A 4 T I u i O CI 1 . - L T X 5 R rr i . . g .. 3 P l 3 g li 7 M he 0 1 R dley 0 'I Hanford O O Golden WesT l O L oore T O R dwood O 2 H ford 3 3 Golden West 2 1 Reedley 3 1 Lemoore 3 1 Redwood 2 " We had cr good sfarf wifh winning The Golden Wesf Tournament buf we peaked " .E g T00 soonisand League was dfidissappainf- 1 S 9 ment Mike Mccmrnv 'P - filihavld Pecan dribble-S fneliscii as Oper-fifemmmores sean Larsen PeTer ' BQTYSTT WGTCYH. 2. Jose Chico dribbles away from his opponems. 3.'AMaTT Bibbens struggles wiTh an opponem for contrai of The ball. 4g..3ay Shaw logics an as Don.SmiTh heads Tor a goal. 0 Boys VarsiTy Soccer Qhb .. ' ci! 1 s Nr ....+ mx 1 M-In my R r - A ix. .Q - f X ,, .. S 34 xy-14. ' f f "1'w-431-v ., S- ,, -5A I. . W we 3 f 1 'F X SSSSS Q 1V W- ,,,,,. Za. fr' fWrw'Sx- M W rl'-Us., ' f -- N , K , cc. K X . Q Y.. -nl ,,,, K .,.,, ix Q .LL.. , QQ ww M ' Q if yi as 1 I -M! ,, J VVS, , fill.. ii Ha... ' ' , VARSITY SOCCER: From' Row-Marc Morfirm, Seam Larsen, Mori Bibbens, Jose Chico, Mike McCorThy, Joy Shaw, Rob Force, Carlos Ccirmono. Back Qow-Ricardo Rosner, Aaron Kcsdorf, Por Merciz, Ron Woirring, Donald Smith, David Qeden, Pefer Bofreif, Jim Shepard, Sean Massey, Eddie Aushermom Chris Jennings, Couch Keebie Pipe, Boys Vorsiry Soccer 0 K Q w......-.....-,,A..,.. .. , ..,-......... ., .. ...E ,.... .- -we 3 J.V, Soccer: Back Row-Blake Kline, Javier Velasquez, Joshua McDonnell, Jason Marlin, Blain Bibb, Dino Glannan- dreci, Gary Silion, Ryan McLain, Sieve Wiley, Jerome Longoria, Brian Pimenlal, Eric Lovenburg, Coach Dave Kline From' Row-Guy Schiebelhul, Ron Stevens, Scoil Marlin, Andy Beld, Brian Horton. Brandon Rank. Sergio Velasquez Garreil Maze, Bryan Amos. Spencer Thomas, Jason Pace. . . J 0 Boys J.V. Soccer STrong Season For J.V. Squad J.V. Pioneers Win And Finish League The J.V. squad had a sTrong Team This year wiTh six reTurning sTarTers who came back To lead The Team To a second place WesT YosemiTe League sTanding. The reTurning sTarTers were Ryan lvlcLain, Dino Giannandrea, Jerome Longoria, Eric Lovenburg, Spencer Thomas and Bran- don Rank. The squad fin- Hanford TournamenT WiTh An 8-'l Record -1' ished Their season wiTh and 'l8-3-'l season record and an 8-'I-'l league record. individual sTandouTs in- cluded Dino Giannandrea, Jerome Longoria, STeve Wi- ley, Sergio Velasquez, Brian HorTon, Javier Velasquez, Ryan McLain, Blake Kline, Brandon Rank and Team capTain, Eric Lovenburg. Award winners for The sea- son were Javier Velasquez, lvlosT Valuable Player for of- fense: Eric Lovenburg, MosT Valuable Player for defense and Guy SchiebelhuT. MosT improved. Some of The highpoinTs of The season were winning The Hanford TournamenT wiTh Three wins and no losses and defeaTing Golden WesT 3-2. We had a greaf season and everybody on The Team played greaf, Too. The high- lighf of The season was winning The Hanford Soccer Tournamenf arid bearing Golden MW. TEAM OPPONENT 3 Reedley T 2 Hanford 0 V 'I Golden Wesf 3 I 1 Lemoore O 2 Redwood T T Hanford 'I 3 Golden Wesf 2 I 7 Reedley 2 2 Lemoore T 7 Redwood O 5 West" -Eric Lovenburg Brian Horfon and Dino Giannandrea work TogeTher againsT Their opponent Blake Kline calciTraTes The ball away from The defender, Dino Giannandrea and Brian Pimemal Team up on Their opponent Jerome Longoria looks for a TeammaTe To pass To, Sergio Velasquez defensively heads The ball away. Boys J.V. Soccer ' 2O'I Lady Kickers Join The Game Girl's Soccer Program STarTed This Year In Kings and Tulare CounTy Schools I A new program came To- geTher for Kings and Tulare CounTy schools and iT came in The form of girI's soccer. The program wenT much beTTer Than was expecTed, due To The level of play ThaT The girls already posessed, Many had played TogeTher for years Through youTh soc- cer organizaTions. The coaches did a fonTosTic job of puTTing TogeTher a Team in such a shorT amounT of Time and in all The program was a success. The lady Pioneers had a Tough season, ending wiTh a 2-5-2 record and a defeoT from Redwood, buT Things looked up wiTh Their vicTory over Golden WesT. The girls showed greoT promise and definiTe signs of maTuriTy for nexT year. All are expecTed To reTurn for nexT season. AlThough no awards were issued This year, individual sTondouTs for The season were freshman KrisTen Simp- son, freshman Sarah Mar- raccini, junior Semro Brewer, and sophomore Jennifer Denham. SCORE BOX MW. TEAM GPPONENT O RoosevelT 3 'l Redwood 2 l Golden WesT 'i O Redwood 3 2 Golden WesT 'l O Redwood A 3 Golden WesT 'l 1 Redwood 2 4 Golden WesT 'I 7l'm Q-E7?17'h9l7SfGff9c-5'-fhe Team This year. ll was really fun and! hope To see more girls our nexT year. We improved To ward The end of The season and l'm sure Thar os Q. experience increases, Teams will conrinue To improve. ff ,Claire Dick S T T A A A P 'l. Amber Loyd leaps To geT The ball before an opponent 2. Erin Thompson forces The bail inTo The air wiTh her chest 3. Semro Brewer Tries Tranhcally To keep The ball from a Redwood Player 4. Darci Young poses for The camera as she Throws The ball back inTo bounds ' Girls VarsiTy Soccer 2 5 as do : 'VFTF' 'Q s wx J he r--' - if V or , 2 -'m if V3-f,9'Q'1 + 1' eviden. ps.aw,.w - M !-Mn.-,pv .1-emi 4 V " I jg, - . N ,,. ,Lg--1.,.,f I f .. gf, f A Qs'-uhexv' f , izasozes., ,Q , r, m U. 1 ., f fl, ,L ,eff .NI 'G ' i"5'4N LILL fag: .... ,Sp 'QW 4 ' ., V new 61 ix ' S .55-s . iv, 1 I 1 , X f f f W V I x fyff VARSiTY GIRLS SOCCER: Fronr Row-Erin Thompson, Tino Miiler. Second Row-Colieen Peierson, Semrd Brewer, Suzie Docken, Brenda Bdggoley. Coach Jim ivicDonneii, Bock Row-Angelo Rodriguez, Kristen Simpson, Cioire Dick, Amber Loyd, Jennifer Denham, Donieiie Porier. Noi Piciured-Dorci Young, Wendy Hawkins, Soron Morrdccini, Siephoni Oiiveird, Jennifer Jonis. Tiffany DeRooi. ...W ,,.,.-,,, . ,xr-wM,M.Q.,w.-.Q ,.4,,f,.. ,, W ,mg pr ., , Mm, , ,, ' 1545. 1 ,,,,, QE' Jr FY ... ,M 87. 3-uw,f.J,,,f ff f. W, f 'nr-L A, . , W, .M i ., , ,., - -Yr ,D , ,, V N ,,., W 'ch-We ' r ,....,.,4.,., , Girls Vdrsiiy Soccer ' 7 OWEOF7 DANCE I5 29 ii SQCCER 7121439 Z! WRST 6 8 I4 Zi 5 SOCCER 8 I2 IS IQ BXKTBAH. 8 IZ I5 Z2 VARSITY WRESTLING- Froni Row: Jim Gilstrap, PC1uiGOmeZ, Nick Luisi, Marc Bennett Bryan Peck, Jose Rojas, Javier Rojas, Jason I Rover. Back Row: Coach Joe Lane, Jamie Smiih, Jason Phelps, Jason Sorensen, David Gutierrez, Lee Nesbiif, Daxiie Smiih, Tim Bruton, Coach Ray Hernandez, W-human-s'Q--... I A f Varsiiy Wresiling VarsiTy Grapplers Place Third Five Pioneer VarsiTy WresTlers Go To WesT YosemiTe MT. VVhiTney's VarsiTy wresTling Team finished The year wiTh an overall 3-47 re- cord and a O-5 league Tally which placed Them fifTh in The final league sTandings. HighiighTs for The grapplers season was placing Third in The WYL TournamenT and having five wresTlers go on To The league finals. They League Final Tourney also finished fourTh in The Golden WesT RoTaTional. STandouTs This year in The WYL TournamenT were Ivlarc BenneTT, Doug SmiTh, Nick Luisi, David GuTierrez, and Lee NesbiTT, all placing second. Paul Gomez placed Third in The Tourna- menT. Lee NesbiTT also fin- ished fifTh aT The YosemiTe Divisional TournamenT. Award recipienTs This year were All-American: Paul Go- mez, and MVP, Lee NesbiTT. Marc BenneTT received The Coaches' award and The award for lVlosT improved wenT To David GuTierrez. The Team was coached by Ray Hernandez and assis- TanT coach Joe Lane. . T ' ' "Team-wise, The season gof off ro a slow SCORE BOX -" MW. TEAM OpponenT rl 'IO Tulare Union 62 30 Delano 39 25 Golden WesT A5 27 Lemoore 42 48 Reedley A3 24 Woodlake AA 2A Handford 34 30 Sanger 22 27 Tulare Union 118 . A4 ShafTer 23 33 Kingsburg 36 'l3 Redwood 59 sg is srarr because of The new freshmen and X31 sophomore wresflersg buf we came back in . is,ssrss , The end and surprised everyone. "-Lee Nes- DTTT Lee NesbiTT's oppone-nT is unable To look him in The eyes. Taking conTrol, Dougie SmiTh brings down anoTher vicTim. Javier Rojas is sTeaclier for The counTdown. Nick Luisi grabs on for life! VarsiTy WresTling 0' Grdpplers l-love Tough Seoson inexperienced Junior VdrsiTy Tedm Goins Vdluoble WresTling Experience MT. WhiTney's J.V. gropplers were d reldTively inexperienced Tedm which led To o dissdpoinTing sed- son ond d ldsT pldce finish in The ledgue sfdndings. On d posiTive noTe, sophomore Jose Rojds individuolly fin- ished wiTh d Third ploce leogue performdnce. J.V. codch Joe Lone felT Thof The Tedm's biggesT problem wos fielding o compIeTe lineup in The low- er weighT cldsses. Becduse of This problem The Tedm Denny dnd Mike Ledbeffer, who dlso received The MosT Improved dwdrd. Ofher sfrong performdnces come from sophomore Norcy Se- dillo ond Jose Rojds. Alfhough The Teom ended wiTh d 'l-9-2 sedson record, Cooch Lone feIT The mdjor- iTy of The Tedm members gdined vdludble exper- ience This sedson. SCORE BOX wos forced To forfeiT mdny P MW- TEAM OPPONENT TTTCITCTTGS. A2 Tuldre Union A2 lndividudlly, The Tedm hldd giffagfju Wesf QQ severdl sTdndouTs. Ledding 24 Lemoore 49 The Tedm wos MVP, sopho- I 5A'fjgQjgke QQ more Eddie Rdmirez. The is Hanford si Tedm wos dlso led by new- Q21 50522522 fig comers sophomores Ty so Deldno so 'I5 Redwood 511 1 1 lui? Redwood "ln Idsf years Monoche FreshmenfSopho- s we more Tournomenf, no one placed: buf This year! Took Ifrsf. And nof only did I impro ve, Nl' Q everyone had CJ shown irnpro vemenf. " -Eddie Rdmirez is .e MXT 'l. Jdson Bdldwin sfruggles for The Top posiTion. 2. Mike LedbeTTer begins his mdTch in hopes of winning, 3. Kevin Buckelew sTruggles To gef free of his opponent 4. Ty Denny works To geT his opponenT down on The mdT. 206 ' "' "' 0 J.V. WresTling 'M QW OF DANCE I5 29 G SOCCER 7 I2 I4 I9 EIC WRST 6 8 I4 ZI B SOCCER 8 I2 I5 IQ BSKTBALL 8 I2 I5 Z2 V. WRESTLING- FronT Rowi Mike Ledbefrer, Narcy Sedilio, Jason Baldwin, Anthony Hernandez, iannon Gray, Vincent Gomez. Back Row: Coach Joe Lane, Kevin Buckelew, Ty Denney, Eric urnpron, Eddie Ramirez, Coach Ray Hernandez. I J.V. Wresriing 0 VARSITY BOYS SWlMMlNG-From row: Don Kelly, John Ortega, Toby Komclr, Greg Winter, More Gzeencell. Second Row: Cory Pcrkez, Many Colrlclge, Alex Haley. Motf DeMollgnon, Todd Pocofsky, Josh D'Acquislo. Bock Row: .ioyiFOrQg fDC1n Marvin, Bill Moguy, Ken? Kublkmilisfve Rudlg. Steve Honson,Brice Yocumlliioqh Mamn' CQQCbeRQ1QeeSU'lfvOH- ' L rf l..'ff.?ff5If L K W V. ,IB J I I Z ff f, .W A W 44' 'W' W mmm fl Ln, le We aewnfii M ' we AQ W , N ...,Z Vorsily Boys Swimming We m m -W' 1 ,,,. ,..,-,, . km M. . H 'W W, "Hun m +- ,nw Www!-Y , eg ,mm up , , M . .rw J ' w ,Q Sis-- l Swimmers Funciian As A Team gzl, V .I ' -FP WP r.. rl key-ww W . n . .5 MM "We realy funafzened as a feam, iam- , ily. We worked rfogefher, nor like afgroupl it of inalviduolsga I rfhink fhafs whoa' broughf abouf our success.'1KenT Kubik is Danny Marvin "Dan The man" Of could if be . . . Superman? Jay Ford launches himself for anoiher journey in back stroke. Dan Kelly screams for mercy as he sirokes on by. Sieve Rudig's desire To win showsin his freesllye stroke. l afquick peek al lhose varsiiyjgirliswimmers, Brice Yocum sfruipshis siuff. Varsiiy Boys Swimming Swimmers FluTTer To The Top EighTy-six Members Make Up The MT. VVhiTney Swim Team A ToTal of A0 boys and A6 girls made up The 4987-88 MT. WhiTney swim Team. There were 20 members on boTh The varsiTy and j.v. boys' Teams, coached by Robin Sullivan and Cindy Terry. There were sixTeen girls on varsiTy and ThirTy girls on The j.v. Team, coached by Maury STevens. The overall Top swimmers for The varsiTy boys were seniors KenT Kubik, 200 lM, STeve Rudig, 400 buTTerfly, and sophomore STeve Han- son, 400 freesTyle. The oTher reTurning swimmers were ju- nior Jay Ford, 400 back- sTroke and sophomore Bill Maguy, 400 freesTyle. The reTurning girls varsiTy swim Team members were sophomores Jennifer Den- ham, 400 buTTerfly, Lisa Bless, 50 freesTyle, and Col- leen Kelly, 500 freesTyle: ju- niors Sedelia Lizardo, 400 backsTroke, DeDe STair, 400 freesTyle, Kelli Eberiein, 200 freesTyle, and Claire Dick, 400 backsTroke: and seniors Danice Weaver, 200 IM, and Virginia Vinson, 400 buTTer- fly. SCORE BOX Early Season MeeTs MW TEAM AA Clovis 75 98 Monache 64 72 ExeTer Q2 424 PorTerville 33 Ns. -8 " if - "We had cr sfrong Team wifh a lof of po- fe Z., S' TTTT B ,fenfioL Gnd I feel we had cz preffy good ' iiii iiiiii T 'T - ssecrson, Wifh some work, I Think we should ,become even sfronger nexf year. "-Jenni- n 'sr 4 sl F 'Teri Denham ,gg ,. T 4, SerlghT closes her eyes during The breast srroke, hoping Thor iT will Smoke , B - Thesend game sooner. M 1 ,Sodilla lgly L izarclofbeglns The medley relay wilih her back srroke. S S 5 'Wiih orlovely breasT stroke, ,Dawn Hicks races To o hopeful victory.. T gg 1 4,5 Dawn'gKyker1cheers her Teammale on To vicTory. - ' is 2 .. isgwg ...ui .3 Tw. 24O"""" 0 VarsiTy Girls Swimming awww 'H ,W K WWW Wgwm .wa lil! ,W WWW 'WM 41 M if , an ix my fa- z 1 HA I my li ,aff awk , ' . f f' f X -H 3 f' w i i 1 ---- , V .33 . Pwaanay M..." iiiii 42... Vorsiiy Girls Swimming J.V. SWIMMING-Front Row:oSarah Bardone. DeDe Woods, Kristy Davis, Stephanie Huber, Kelly Mc?-adden, Nathan Roberts, Ryan Glispey. Second Row: Shannon Deviin, Wendi Neison, Kristen Henniger. Shana Garber, RobyrfgRivera, Mike Leahyulosh Stafford, Mike Altschulieforihira Row' TanyGBarfon, Dawn Kylie! . Jennifer Grifiingqieff He man Nathan gg, S. or Y R . A -. . ,:.: me X , . w-ss:wfMM,.W ,Q-5 2- wwf' V as yi Q w - 2 'S .-f R 3 .KHK kx,.,.,wN , xv y ,MA -P ' -Q .G-J. xm: .- , Q q ,,.., ,, .rr , .,. .. - ,.... . .!.f ,MN ..,..,...-ww 0 wif. 'X -55? -v rj. 52,5 N or 'fo .if -fr' v pw fs" ff ?e -wr I J A K gg L. . m 'f E ,Z A 44:-f.,.Q.,iA ff- ,L K ?e'f1 . ' 55? F L , K A -me . M, . . f Ffh,--fr A m' or or '1 fuk" K Og ' QZXA mfSqnf..,..,k ,N 5. T. 5 on 5 A - , Y A . 1- .- ,W-Q ' ' . - -.v A ' . ,RL ' UQ, , Sfevesisiighxis Smeiserfeowrfirrfsn orro Andersen, QOEfQT2gMQ2ef Mike Bfsfissgsifwffh Row: 2 Vandergrpekg Buffy Deanpiyigarner Newkirkfffiifidv Trowbridgeiiiffiaron Gibsongaygfwdn Hours, Chris Sawyers, Bilty Cooper, Marc Riegeigfbarin Cross. Ericefildifron, Mort Smith, Johnson. Back Row: Jasoniffresfon, Coach Robin Sullivan, Coachflindy Terry, Caaah Maury Sfevens. ' . I fn fr' wwfn, ,f my 4, A , ff' . ,y J th- - .. me H, .W 7 ar ,, - ,rfwmr 8 f 2 , M .V ,igwgm .,f,y,2 ,, We I 'Lv 4 I - Jv Swimming Swimmers Sirive For Improvemeni K v,.-4D'OP'k K funn K' xx K K H 4 mm Mmm ZW, K .. . 3 L ikiv M5 A I ,Q I , xx x nm Rh .,,, ,X K 5 K yi' Xl ww. A sax b gums: N' i h,kV.rll l , , igik A 1: Q i .- , , f ui ff,ff im! iii, fir, -, , f, ww im. ,. ',,1,iiei-wid, - pfywa 'Q ' :Hi haw. ,,k 'iv iiii i fi i i QQ, iiii Q Q f ' ! GA ff Q ffgwgjmwf..U'Lffi??wQ ffl' '4?,'f45i"'1?fif'57i2'Hflifbfifxpi..s2f4?754Q.?:f5jZfh ' 'G' 4 f:a7!::?4f2.fwf::g5iiw'i4::f:iG::fJfiiggiffffffMa2f4::f5!f:sw25:ifw.i!5f:fif JV Swimming Divers Make A Splash inexperienced Divers, New Coach Bull The MT. WhiTney diving Team saw several changes This year. The 'ld member squad was an inexperi- enced one wiTh only Three reTurning divers, junior Lucin- da Alvarez and sophomores Jeff Buchheisier and Brian Lundy. All Three have added a greaT deal of sTrengTh To The new Team. STacy Ca- sale, JusTin Haines, and STeve lbbs, all firsi year divers, have also added depTh To The Team. AnoTher change This year was ThaT veTeran diving coach Mike Neal was replaced by for- mer MT. WhiTney diver Jen- ny lsham Zeeb. OTher TirsT year members of The girls Team were Kecla Barker, Jana Powell, l-leaTher HamilTon, and Sophi d I J.V. Girls J, W 4 'r.' ., ',,,1- I r STrong Team 5 RoTh. Rounding ouT The boys Team were Blain Bibb, Eric Hannah, JusTin Haines, Bryan Hannah, and Charlie John- son. Coach Zeeb, who com- menTed on having a very young, enThusiasic Team, is looking forward To building a sTrong squad in The nexT few years. Early Season Scores Swimming T' M.W. TEAM OPPONENT 54 75 Clovis 38 -f Monache O 97 ExeTer 22 97 'I3 1, ,- PorTerville J.V. Boys Swimming TEAM OPPONENT 7 Clovis ExeTer 88 'I 'I2'i 46 E . , ,,s, ,, ,,,. ,,,, gif 447 Monache 20 EW 423 241 POl'TerVilIe if ,,', Tiffgifr T i s I Q A if ,S7 s,s, A 5 1fPQfifiQfxgfgffeffv521+fLl1Ci1FiCfQsgFQEiZQHQ2r,bfqiieiDefselfsffifpimnbinerspsstrcggiscgsflfpp,Wg, ,ills,,43rlz1JsfSf10fivlslvswielfsssfsasirsshsfsiirzss,sQ?Qfibs:fws1TQfsasiiff 'iQQ333l?4i-'f3fiQPfH90PF3iT F?fQ9TTC?52'?53g99ef5F??Qf5?gi'?!?'fQ9??L2ilflTTITTFTTFS35ffQi2?ffigg1wgZ 244 - Diving '31 7',,,' QL, ., ,Awww WW, ,,,, v V f W, , f my fl' ,V . ,f ivvl V, ,,V:. ,,,,,,,'5A,,,.,, Wm ,Www T i" T ' . ,i f, .fm ::.2' r-.1 :" ' JW' A--WW--:, Wlufsma: Wf- if i ,mwupww ,li ,QW ,,, , ' "Y"9"9"lMvl 4 l i, " ,,,,lW n J iii ii i ,Q .im DIVING- Frani Row: Caachxienny Zeeb, Siacy Casaie, Kecia Barker, Jana Poweii, Heaiher Hamilton, Lucinda Alvarez. Sophi Roih. Back Raw: Blain Bibb, Jeff Buchheisier, Eric Hannah, Jusiin Haines, Sieve ibbs, Brian Hannah, Charlie Johnson, Brian Lundy. Diving 0 2 ll 5 Wh 1 VAl2SlTY BASEBALL- From' Row: Ryon Troy. Donny CGFTGF, More Marlin, Greg Lomell, John Burns. Second Row: Rodd Loyd. Jason Hedrick, Donny Bueno, John Perez, Reber? Gorsler. Chdrles Woody. Bock Row: Codchlbennls Irwin, Mark Merchant Judn Venegos, Randolph Flores, Leland Tilley, Thomas Ddly, Coc1chGiQ Stephens, Couch cms Talley. it Quill .-:sane Q ""'1f" f l 1 .Y . 5 A 'M WN ' " namnrl - ', r.,,,g if s-4 A , ...r,. M ,, ,VW ,,,, , fw- ' Vdrsily Bdseboll Un., av, -irllr Vw w X19 , 1 7' y y ,f.?Q. AMW ,- W, , . 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New yeorif M : look for The Pioneer Pride fo glow as we K some fogefher as Q sfronger feam. " John A ,Perez ei me y Jason Hedrick sets up To pui one out of The boil pofk. Randy F1ores'ccn'ches Third and heodsefor home. , 34 More Modihshes problemagsiopping cnghe heodseforfsecohd. q A m iiohn Perez gets o Iihfe pfrefgcme advice from Cocich Dennis Irwin. Looks like another home run for Thomas Daly, m Vorsify Boseboll v VarsiTy Sluggers Play The Field Varsify Boys Baseball Team Has Successful 4988 Season Six players reTurned To The varsiTy Pioneer Team This year. The reTurning players included Third base John Perez, piTcher and firsT base Leland Tilley, second base Tom Daly, firsT base and designafed hiTTer Chuck Woody, and ouTfield Randy Flores. Four year veferan Le- land Tilley was a greaT sTrengTh To The Team. Lead- ing The varsiTy boys To a suc- cessful season were Team capTains Tom Daly and Le- land Tilley. Two players reTurned To leaders. Coach Hirayama felT ThaT alThough The Team was young whaT They lacked in experience They made up for wiTh husTle. The frosh players were successful This year wiTh a 2- l early season record. Leaders for The Team were NaTe Vopafa, Josh McDon- nell and Jerry Perez. SCOREFTBOX Early Season Scores . rviw TEAM oppomersrr The J.V. boys Team This sea- VAQSTTY son. They were ViTo Gian- Q Egg Q nandrea, firsT base: and Rich 4 Hgover 3 Borbon, pifcher and ouT- lg Llggpfsfumon 2 field. ViTo Giannandrea, Rich Borbon, Kevin Buckelew JWOR VAQQQIGI 6 and Jason Silva were Team 41 gxefef 3 8 Hoover 7 l 1 l l 1 Q Hoover 6 3 Tulare Union '12 , "This bezhg my second year on vorsify MT baseball gf Whifney, 1 noficed fhafpiss-The T Team came fogefher as a family andfhad a successful season. 'T om Daly 4, if T, I T . John Perez successfully reaches for firsf 'l 2. Ryan Troy conTemplaTes his ne.-xT piTch. 3 Tom Daly easily rounds Third and goes for home. I 41 Roberl GarsTer hifs The ball wifh full force. 5. Leland Tilley prepares for ci great play. T 1 ' -- 4 . ,else A '- ..... T 1 Sf V. 2'l8"" " " 0 Varsify Baseball S . ali M new lm .5 I, K N M, A.. 'W' PL Sf ., -'viva' --. 'N' 51952 2 1 1 2 l 1 I Vc1rsiTy Baseball 0 l I I l I l u 3 I FROSH BASEBALL -From' Row: Brian Horton, Michael Tippin, Jerry Perez. STGFHGY Castillo. Andy Phlllipe, Juslln Sechrisl. Second Row: Richard Vasquez, Roger Bass, Brian Alves, Nathan Vopala, Kennelh Brumley, Christopher Coffman, Wesley Frokes. Back Row: Head Coach John Vaughan. Roben' Dougherty, Gary Siflon, Joshua McDonnell. Timolhy Brulon, CoachBob Eberhardy, Assl, Coach Todd Vaughan. JUNIOR VARSlTY BASEBALL- Fronl Row: Ramsey Ochoa, Dino Gionnandrea, Bryan Peck. Shannon Konishi, Howard Wilson. Second Rowt Jason Cliffl, Vito C-Biannandrea, Ryan McLain, Kevin Buckelew, Eric: Adamo. Back Row: CoachBrian Hiroyama, Richard Borbon, Sleve Coudle, Jason Silva, Alan Chrisienson. Daniel l-lydashy A t Q, K is 4 .fi ff-A-Na K ' fa L X , ? Y 5 K . .-iff - n 2- -SYN pg 11:7 ' N .L ' A X f X., ,,,, sm- 'A all J.V.-Frosh Baseball J.V. Ana Frosn Bring Season I-Iome "This pas? season has been a Terrific one. I ifwfh valuable play from our ace pifcher Rick Borbon, winning games came nafural- a" ly, " Howard Wilson 'l. Howard Wilson lakes off his glove for The end of The inning, 2. Sfaniey Caslillo puts one away To bring in Two men. 3 4 . Dino Giannanarea heads for firsf in a race wifh The ball. . Assisfanf coach Todd Vaughan Tells Timothy Bruron and Jason Cliff? The game plan. s 5. Rich Borbon sees The opponent stealing Third and fakes The pitch. f,. J.V.-Frosh Baseball 0 VarsiTy Girls Swing lnTo Acfion ReTurning Players Provide STrong Leadership And Well-Rounded Team Seven members refurned To lead The Varsify Pioneer Soffball Team This season. ReTurning players included lvlarcie Green, pifcher: Pam Paxfon, cafcherg Kim Nel- son, Third base: Elaine l-lar- rell, shorfsfopl Deann Lan- casfer, second base: Rhonda Sfine, righT field: ShoneTTe Bynum, cenfer field: and Amber Loyd, lefT field. Leading The Team was senior ShoneTTe Bynum who served as The Team cap- Tain. PiTching wiz Marcie Green led The varsify girls To an excifing A-O early season record. The Team was coached by Skip Pender- gasT. The reTurning players for This year's J.V. girls Team were Gloria Bowen, second base: Jennifer Ashworfh, second base: and ChrisTy Pereira, Third base. The Team was led by KrisTen Simpson, Darci Young, Jen- nifer Ashworfh, Raquel Gou- larT, and Jennifer SwaTzke, all of whom provided excel- lenf leadership. The Team capfains for The '88' season were Raquel Goularf and KrisTen Simp- son. I SCORE BOX Early Season Scores ' ' ffb ll Varsify So a MW. Team Opponenf 4 Clovis Wesf 0 2 , Tulare WesTern O 9 Tulare WesTern 3 6 Porferville O Junior Varsify Clovis Wesf Tulare WesTern 'I 6 Tulare WesTern A O Q '14 Porferville gr' 1 '-.L ' Varsify Soffball 'al K x wfai, ia, f ,,,,,,,-4, MW Y mpg 4 , W , V, , t- ,, V, , ' m M, M ' W 1 W , ,. A ig, : ,f,,,:- ' - ' w , gi- , ,V , , ,,. , Q ,, f X 14,w w-- , h,.,,x,,4,, 3 .W M4 ,, .. ' W 'I ' V' 'M A - W , ga , 1 , '1 " - ' Clin 2p1fW3 f W Aim' B5 Vi -. f 'V M fe i gi, 5 "'- ,,ftMf5m2's..,.i, if Lgfffkfzi, M My ,, ' ,fgmf . - '- G V -, - fwz: mmywfu fuwflbabmw-o4uw1f+mww- f ' if i is VARSITY GIRLS SOFTBQML-Front Row:Elc1ne HqrrelI, Pom Paxton, Kglii Lopez, Sfelto Gomqz, Rhonda Stine. Bcck,Row:Morcle Green. Sh0neffe Bvfwf-f De0nn Loncqsfwiffw New , Q 1 ' ,4 1 Vorsify Soffboll ' i uni 43'-,K f: a r ?giggt?l'fi?3i+3"'s's''argl .Q , F yyl , 'h-,. .,,,M f nm .::. . fi J.V. SOFTBALL- Fronl Row: Troinerlvlissy Ybarra, Gloria Bowen, Raquel Goulart, Darci Young, Samantha Shepherd Jennifer Ashworfh, Susan Rowan, Tina Miller, Kelll Johnson. Back Row: Amy Kendrick, Jennifer Swalzke, Sheryl Stine: Wendy Hawkins, Krlsren Simpson, Dana Buckelew, Kaafyn Ogard, Christy Pereira, Laura Nadura, Cocrc:hLisa Gliver 1 i 1""w -uw-.-Q., f f A 1 mf nr . , gym! , V ! Z ' ,-'ft l A , g, if V V 'Y ri if ,. in J mm 2 0 J.V. Girls Soflball X693 A 3 S N-Q 'i'Xx3iwSiYsiaQ:X 4 225 Varsiiy Spikers Pioneer Boys CompeTe For WesT YosemiTe TiTle MT. WhiTney's boys Track Team, which included sev- enTy members This season, consisTed of mainly younger parTicipanTs. Led by The sTrong pole vaulTing Team, The aThleTes opened Their season successfully, winning aT all levels. The Pioneers proved To be Tough compeTiTion aT The Pioneer Relays when They Took TourTh place, only behind Lemoore, Hanford, and Chowchilla. The boys also did well in The Golden WesT lnviTaTional, Lemoore Kiwanis meeT, and The Red- wood lnviTaTional. OuTsTanding members of The 1988 boys Track Team included seniors Joe Torres, sprinTs: Bill Cochran, middle disTances: Mike Morin and 'I I 99 I 53 AnThony Hafley, jumps: Rich Davis, weighTs: juniors Kevin Olson, pole vaulT: and Sean Massey, hurdles: sopho- mores Joe Manuele and ScoTT STerling, long dis- Tances: and Jason MarTin. middle disTances. The Team was coached by Jim McDonnell, Doug Ru- dolf, Frank Calmese, Andy Allen, and Sal Lozano. Q SCOREBOX MW TEAM OPPONENT Monache 54 99 PorTerville 6'l 39 Pioneer Relays 75 QLemoore, Hanford, 55 Chowchillap A2 Tulare Union 80 Hopeful 'Even wifhouf a large Tumour, as we 've hadfh The past The Team was compefifive af ali levels. "-Bill Cochran A 59 -r , .. Q 54. concenTraTes roigive all in The shoT- puT competiiibn. 8 A 2. Keeping cs sTeady pace, Manuel Maldonado runs for vicrory. l ,A , , , y 3. PuTTing an effort inTo The high jump, Terry Ashford seems To be succeeding. , A 4. Kyle Turner puTs all his sTrengTh into making a winning measure in The long jump. - Boys Tracki - - I GUYS TRACK From? Row Te1ryAshfczrd Kevin OlSQnQTony Perez QODGTT Jcfrumxiiu Oren Levy Homson Li Tam Keyes M1chcze1Bc:mQs Jaime Nobss ony Qumch Lance Salazar Dem McClure Set:Cmg5?52::ow Edgcrmiobcnc Robert Trans VncforBorrfos Kezfh Brown Sergio Torres Joe Tcafrres John olcirzzn Justin Maore. Jose Rojas Jerfy Ennis Bfaiiifprd Watson Jason Mmm Thudiww Thomcasklunes Charles Brooks M1ChGeILeGbe?'ferKeven woken Bell Cochran Scott S+erhng Tune Rayqggflwqinuei Mcztdonodo JeffNegC1rd John Franco Kyre Turner Back Qow Jason Kukqs Rfoberf czrmon Aiea: Horne!! Sean Massey Ty Eaenr1Qyg,l5Asohc1eIi?u'fh wks Mann Jason Elisa Scam Bohrfg Brandon Urton Thomas .fungwirfh ,Q ..,,.. , 'A X W .,Lhh , ,.,.x , S i mhkh A ' 3 , M V . , f fi. , 3, X, X , X Y SA k .,,. 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Sean Massey tries to get every inch he can in the triple jump. 7. The pain of a long distance roce shows on Biii Coc:hron's face. 5 Boys Track v We 'W 1 .M wig X . , ei 91. 5 ...X LeTTer Winners Spark Team Pioneer Girls' Team Goes For Three WYL T'Tles ln A Row The girls Track Team com- pleTed a greaT season Through hard work and dedicaTion. The small puT sTrong group, made up of only ThirTy-five girls, opened The season successfully in The Pioneer Relays, placing fourTh only behind Lemoore, Redwood, and lmmanuele, The resT of The season was geared Toward defending The WesT YosemiTe League TiTle The girls had held for The pasT Two years. The Pioneer girls were led by seniors Julie MehrTen, dis- Tances: Norma CasTro, sprinTs: Shawna MarsTon, high jump: Sandra Valdez, long and Triple mmps: juniors KaThy Roldan, hurdles: PaTri- cia Salazar, disTances: Dep- I I pie WelTy, weighTs: PaTTy Connolly, high jump: Megan Fulmer, sprinTs5 and sopho- mores Wendi Sullivan, high jump: and Shawna Zillges, sprinTs. Jim McDonnell, Doug Ru- dolf, Frank Calmese. Andy Allen, and Sal Lozano coached The girls Track Team. SCORE BOX 8 MW TEAM OPPONENT 85 Monache 64 85 PorTerville 419 36 Pioneer Relays 78 CRedwood. lmmanuele, A8 78 Lemoorej 44 Tulare Union A9 "This year our Track Team wasn'f very big bUf,?Qf6 Sffffcffq Weffspffle feCl'f?2 Wff'bQ,?VGH . ,S I 8 8 sfrongxer DGXYTQVGGIZSWSHQWHQSTMQTSTOFTTA A A , 1, STc1cy The 2 . Angel Gaines, Brandy ZoTTi, Kim Hawkins, and Caroline Ecker run Togelher as C: T eom. 3. Megan Fulmer speeds her way To The finish, . 4. 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' Vorsify Girls Trock Pioneer Girls Sirive To Win - , Vs 'i W eff ii ,ah f ,aww V I fhls year and nexf year should be good also -Debbie Welty l' "I fhink our reams were very Compefifve I Pushing herself 'fo The limif, Sharon Kramer does her share for The relay. Hallie Oldfield aims The shofpuf with her arm. I Erin Thompson passes The bafon To Norma Castro. Debbie Welly strives for excellence on her shot. Samanfha Sinclair cafches air and hangs, in The long jump. Wendi Sullivan quickly waves "hi" before compiering the high jump. - -I - - I Varsify Girls Tracki Calf Team HiTs The Green l n i Young VarsiTy Team Has BrighT FuTure And Chance For League ProspecTs of capTuring The WesT YosemiTe League Championship looked good for The MT. WhiTney golfers in early season maTches. The Pioneers had a disappoinT- ing finish during The 4987 season, losing Their claim To The WYL firsT place spoT ThaT They had capTured for four years previous. The six-man varsiTy Team was led by reTurning juniors Mark Davis and Chris PeTer- son, who alTernaTed as The number one man. OTher varsiTy players included group of Junior VarsiTy I golfers. Leading The Junior VarsiTy Team were freshman John Barss and sophomore Donn Casale, boTh of whom also saw some varsiTy ac- Tion. OTher J.V. players in- cluded DwighT Brumley, I Shawn Cooper, Chris Evans, Lance l-lansen, Bryan Noel, and STeve Wiley. SCORE BOX -I Early Season Record VarsiTy Golf sophomores Brodie McClain MW- TEAM OPPONENT and Jeff Vengley, junior Larry Velasquez and fresh- 12 ggggvnle 4? man Jay Holmes. 48 Dgnubq 6 The varsiTy squad was 46 eorden we-sr 8 backed up wiTh a sTrong 46 Selmfl 8 - - l 1... g - . s "The Teams played very wey fOQeTher and T' we're very opfimisfic abouf recapfuring The WYL rifle. " -Mark Davis is . . lvlfisrfkilllovis perfecTs his swing! T T s i . Jay Holmes concenfrcnes on The fIighT of his ball. f 'I 2. Jeffjvengley shows The beginning of a greaT shot T T 3 A . Chris PeTerson shows casual fooTwear ThaT works wel? for golf. 5. Brodie McClain keeps his eye on The loall. 1 av... VJ vww-HW '4""37 'www f I" 1 "H '5 0 Golf ' i1 T 2" E X X ' A QQNT , .ft ,Q V- H i is 1.3, . . .. .. " ' .,,.. ,... I S V .,.. 5. ,K M, -. QW . N 595 .kbu - fe 1 W Q Sig :S 2, SQ 7, f F S'-0 Xi f'w5 A - f Sui gmkl gf i .wwf X " ,N k'---, xv: Vi - x ..1 Y -A 1 x M , M 5 ' Rives' 'r'?V'i:- ,lv A ..,xwwX,z.m.,.fA XL V .LZA ff, . L WQ.fr:e'5f as m Hansen, Mcnrk Dovns Chris Peterson Golf - sf V ,, 1 - n H5 .f n 5 f . r 5 fn 1' Z5 Y 2' i Zi: L , f img -Q' f' If V: in ,WW . gn ,S ' A K 2 V A V Za, ?ffff9 "J ' U57 V J" 7? 3 Q .f V W' Q ' It ' 'ff' WA' iv , H VY ' 5 gi 4' , 5 , V f Q fxfif fwwfiwn f' W an A 'WM ff - ff - ' W7' . .Q f ffl: 2 55 figzpwfg i n M 2 N 5 , , A . :fic :A igmf. 1 - 5927iif??33535573'??f?it-nm ' ' mfr WSJ.: .kk ff Cm Ex NN 'K-M. VARSITY 5NUnn, C-2951? PofAMeEQ zQ Sfaiffiftigpknguei, . Buck Row: John nvxfqsrang Muff Jones.1JczS6n Moore,'Ecib Bohoffiueziricn Grecnvesqiiodch Ron BouchefQ n "N...,N xN"'w.,, Q R T 3 9 -R-N v Varsity Boys Tennis The Couris Are Filled Wiih Lave ,YN 'X v X W-M m 4 lk . ..., , - :ii,,,,,, '51 :H 5 Ng s .+ . J - R " ,Q ' g : L is -Q ' - ir 1 Kg- Q5-K 'W JN its M . 5QxNrx ss Y Ti s ss "Our feam has grown fremendously, phys- ji M ' ically and menfally. Due fo fhe coaching, W 'T we have expanded our abilifies in all yields is 3 of fhe game. "-Brian Greaves 4. Muscles iighren as Peter Maniuano Takes aim wiih his double fisied backhand. 2. Just anoiher precision backhand by Jason Moore. 3. Jon Warren gives his opponent a 'rasie of his deadiy forehand. A. The dynamic duo, Jason Moore and Jon Warren, 'rwang Their strings between matches. 5. Ed Bohorquez makes a defensive Iob. 6, Mari Jones watches Sean Repiogie driii his backhand cross oouri. Varsiiy Boys Tennis v Squad Displays ToTal Team ETforT OuTsTanding Group Of Players Provide A Good Base Of STabiliTy An ouTsTanding group of players is how Coach Tony Angeles described The 4987-88 girls Tennis Teams. Ron Boucher, who was The boys coach, felT ThaT The boys had a good base of sTabiliTy ThroughouT The sea- son wiTh The Top varsiTy players being seniors. The Top four posiTions on The girls varsiTy squad were held by Grace Meraz, Semra Brewer, MargareT lsham, and Maile Headrick, respecTively. Jackie Spears, Wendy Wilson, Amy Eng- Ieka, and Vicky Morris were also on The varsiTy Team. The i.v. squad consisTed of nine girls. The Top players for The boys were Jason Moore, Jon Warren, Edwin Bohor- I . quez, and MaTT Jones, re- specTiveiy. Brian Greaves, PaT Meraz, Geoff Adalian, and Sean Replogle made up The resT of The varsiTy Team. There were eighT j.v. members as well as ThirTeen reserve players. ConcenTraTion and a To- Tal Team efforT was The key To The boys and girls Tennis Teams. A SCORE BOX Early Season Scores MW TEAM OPPONENT BOYS VARSITY 9 Monache A 5 Dinuba 0 8 Tulare Union 5 GIRLS VARSITY A Monache 1 3 Dinuba 2 A Tulare Union 3 "We had a lor of deprh This year, ana' we g I really grew as a Team. "-Semra Brewer. - 'l. Wendy Wilson igrimaces during her power serve. T 2. Does Jackie Spears have fun playing Tennis? 3. Semra Brewer keeps her eyes on Tha? winning shoT. A. "lT's a bird! lT's a plane! No, lT's a Tennis ball!" exclaims Maile Headnck 5. ls iT coming or is iT going? Does Grace Meraz know? - VarsiTy Girls Tennis - GiRL3aVARSiTY TENNFS-Front Rowe Maile i-ieaariqzk, Jean Yaa,pSemra Brewer.. Jackie Speais., Back Row: Coach Tony Angeles, Jill DePompei, Grace Meraz, Vicki Morris, Amy Engiei-ca, Wendy Wilson. 'N LN... f f W7 I l. Varsity G-iris Tennis 0 JV GIRLS TENNiS-Front Row: Shannon Wright, Heidi Johnson, Jenny Janis, Monica January, Debbie Ellis, Annie Schnaufer. Back Row: Kim Miller, Crisiina Kaviani, Annie Guinn, Kaiy Childers, Mary Jungwirfn. Amy Anderson, Siephanie Sibbeii, Coach Tony Angeles. T ,,JWw'r"" in f f5433!1'ifiJEf 2 if 'Dir f,.-. - 44 'i , fhyy M A 1 - , ,, ' . waz: ,, f, ,If ,M vji-W 4 - 5 -31 V- V i 2' , ' y ' 'i 'T' JJ ,Ji T J if fan J i T V 4 K f - ' i ,W ,, I , I 33: 41 I ' 'y I, V' 5 I ar 5 Q ' if ,J 1 V1 T XZ , fi . J Z , T A A ,V ,, ,Jo rg 2 . A -. f 'W -- ," rm x i g ' A ' f- f J 'fi " if i A' N T i uf J, ' J J ff V" 2 or V , V. , , J- , , V Z 'E A . Y K A' 'I ' K i ' f . ' Mfr? 1' T ff" A J ,, 6 M ' -1 ' 4 r ' , ,,,y , 1 .aa. J Y J J A A Z H ,... s , T . - 6 , " .1 ' J J' 1' J I Q. " 'J 2 4' . lyyv- W , JJ J Jyll ' Q J f T "yJ f J," "-y ff" 'i "" if "yy' o r JV says TENNIS-Front Row: Jeremy Ducefie. John Johnson. Daren Lee, Rob Osierbauer Doug Damka, Kevin Messinger, Kevin Anderson. Second Row: Mari Penner, Mark Nordsrrorn Scarf Benneri, Soon Tarrani, in Hwang. Ricardo Sagrera, Nathan Garreii. Back Row: Scott Reyna James Toschi, Tim Anderson, Eric Mueiler, Scarf Finney, Coach Ron Boucher. JV Tennis Large Team Provides Suooori 1" aw I 'S .3 Q31 GIRLS RESERVE TENNIS-From' Row: Marie Torres. Allison Lee, Kelly VanElswyk, Christina Torres, Maria Schullz, Chrislina Rodriguez. Back Row: Tonya Morris, Julie Wasichuk, Melissa Anzai, Melanie Flores, SuzeTTe Smilh, Slacy Mackenzie, Coach Tony Angeles. is '11 Q I f A "Our Team works really hard, anal Think The A " 2 ,,. reasons were so compefifive is because ' ff we really enjoy whaf we're doing. "-Jenny Janis 4. Annie Schnaufer enjoys herself while she plays Tennis. 2. Annie Guinn exlends To ge-T The shot. 3. Doug Darnko sTreTches for The ball jusl in Time. A. .lean Yoo, running aT full speed, runs direcfiy inro The bali. 5. While playing doubles wiThKevin Anderson, Brian Nunn is jusT a specTaTor. J.V. Girls Tennis ' I Wifi? HENIHOL 0X6 Y-2xSbxo t Nlexfwbi Ghcke 0 we-A if . 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Adams, Stacie 42 26, 40, 45, 47. 65 ADVERTISING 242 Aguinlga, Brandy 9 429 Aguiniga, Tammy 42 32, 33, 65 Aguirre, Elida 12 65 Aguirre, Octavio 40 443 Aguirre, Sammy 9 429 Aguirre, Veronica 9 429 Akin, Allison 44 99 Al-Askarl, Ned S 156 Albright, Dennis 40 427 Albright, Samuel 9 429 Aldaco, Darren 42 65, 468 Alexander, Kristin 42 32, 33, 65 Alexander, Prentice 9 429, 475 Ali, Navid 42 65 Allan, Andy S 154, 172 Allen, Stephanie 40 26, 443 Alonzo, Lisa 42 65 242, 243 Bardone, Steven 40 427 Barker, Bret 9 430, 475 Barker, James 44 99 Barker, Kecia 9 430, 245 Barker, Ronda 44 444 Barlogio ,Gina 40 413 Barloglo, Llnda S 149 Barnes, Michael 40 443, 472, 227 BOFYSH. Peter 41 99, 498 Barrios, Benito 9 430 Barrios, Silverio 44 444 Barrios, Barron, Victor 42 96, 227 Rosalinda 40 36, 443 Barss, Alexander 9 430 Barss, John 9 474, 475, 235 Barss, Lisa 44 99 Barton, Tanya 40 36, 443, 242 Base, Melissa 14 99 BASEBALL 246 Blank, Greg 9 27 Blank, Gregory 9 430 Bless, Lisa 10 444, 244 Blomauist, Lee 9 430 Bohorquez, Edwin 44 23, 99, 236. 237 Bolding, Gayla 44 29, 100, 405 Boley, Patricia S 149 Boling, Scott 9 430, 227 Bornmersbach, Gary 40 427 Bonar, Mark S 154 Borbon, Richard 44 34, 36, 400, 403, 220, 224 Borges, Les S 158, 235 Bose, Dayna 9 26, 130 Bothof, John 44 27, 400, 472 Bothof, Richard 12 67 Boucher, Ron S 160, 236, 240 Bowen, Claudia 9 430 Bowen, Gloria 40 26, 444, 224 Boyle. John 9 430, 179, 492 Boyle, Kelly 9 445 Bradley, Lynda S 152 Brant, Robert S 149 Bratt, John 44 400 Bray, Michelle 9 445 Brozeau, Tamara 42 26, 36, 40, 67 Brazell, Nina 40 427 Break, Staci 42 20, 24, 42, 52, 55. 67 Brett, .lanell S 160 Brewer, Amalie 9 36, 430 Brewer, Semra 41 400, 202, 203, 238, 239 Brewer, Shelley 44 26, 400 Brewster, Cynthia S 149 Brinkerhoff, Shelley 9 25, 27, 434. 487, 234 Britt, Timothy 9 434 Brooks, Charles 44 400, 472, 227 Brookshire, Sande 42 67, 468 Brophy, Katherine 9 434 Cabrera, Greg 42 96 Caine, Shannon 9 434 Cairns, Karie 44 26, 100 Calderon, Larry 40 444 Caldwell, David 40 144 Calmese, Frank S 168 Campbell, Heather 44 400 Cannon, William 40 444 Cappadonia, Ann 44 40, 400 Carley, Debrah 9 26, 434 Carley, Teresa 44 26, 39, 40, 400 Carmon, Jeffrey 9 24, 25, 134 Carmon, Robert 12 42, 68, 227 Carmon. Shelly 42 68 Carmona, Carlos 40 444, 499 Carmona, Evelia 9 434 Carmona, Margarita 40 444 Carmona, Sylvia 42 96 Carrera Carrera Carroll. Carson. Carter. Carter. .Elisea 44 444 . Lorena 44 400 Stephanie 44 400 Kimberly 42 68 Danny 41 400, 468,246 Laurel 42 68 Carvel, Melissa 9 434 Casale, Aaron 42 11, 68 Casale, Charlie S 158, 168 Casale. Donn 10 444, 235 Stacy 9 434, 433, 245 Brotherton, David 40 444 BIOWD. BYOWO. Chris 42 96, 468 Gerrod 40 444 Brown, Keith 9 434, 474, 475, 227 Brown, Kenneth 9 134 Brown, Omar 12 96 Brown, Susan 42 68 Brown, Tamara 44 36, 444 Altobano, Edgar 9 36, 429, 227 Altschule, Michael 9 429, 242 Alvarado, Alfred 9 429 Alvarado, Robert 42 66 Alvarez, Candida 9 429 245 Alvarez, Lucinda 44 36, 99, 244. 245 Alves, Brian 9 429, 475, 220 Alves, Mandy 40 443 Amavisca, Drew 42 96 Amos, Bryan 9 36, 429, 200 Analla, Jennifer 40 113 Anaya, Dalena 44 99 Anderman, Dana 12 66 Anderse, Aaron 9 445, 212 Andersen, Marion 42 29, 66. 76, 97. 288 Anderson, Amy 40 29, 443, 240 Anderson, Kevin 10 443, 240, 241 Anderson, Maureen S 148 Anderson, Michelle 42 66 Anderson, Timothy 10 427, 240 Andreas, Tania 42 66 Andrews, Eric 12 44. 66, 80 Angangan, Sandy S 196 Angeles, Tony S 239, 240, 241 Angst, Kimberly 42 66 Anzai, Melissa 9 429, 444, 244 Aquino, Tony 42 96 Arbuckle, Robert 9 445, 475, 492 Arcure, Michelle 42 66 Arechar, Angela 40 36, 443 Armstrong, Randy 40 427 Arnold, James 44 444 Arzola, Felipe 9 445 Arzola, Maricruz 41 99 ASB OFFICERS 20 Asberry, Shari 40 26, 443 Aseltine, John 40 427 Ash, Doug S 148 Ashford, Terry 9 429, 226, 227 Ashworth, Jennifer 9 429, 496, 224 Ashworth, Kevin 44 13, 99, 468. 469, 470, 188, 490 ASSEMBLIES 54 Audlno, Korlene S 152 Ausherman, Bob S 168 Ausherman, Edward 44 99, 499 Avalos, Liliana 9 429 Avila, Liliete 9 129 Avila, Luis 9 429, 475 Avila, Richard 9 429, 475 Avila, Shelly 42 67 Ayres, Marg S 149 BASKETBALL 488 Baskovich, Nikkelle 44 99 Bass, Roger 9 430, 220 Batchelor, Larry 9 445 Batchelor, Russell 40 443 Batten, Shelleen 9 36, 430, 234 Beacom, Andrea 42 3, 20, 24, 42. 67, 70, 89, 487,234 Beacom, John S 6, 16, 162 Beargeon, Ryan'9 430, 475 Beavers, Brian 14 444, 468 Beckham, Sean 9 430, 475 Beiderwell, Kevin 42 96 Beig, Abdul 40 443 Bela, Andrew 40 24, 30, 443, 200 Broyles, Eric 40 427 Brumley, Dwight 44 444, 468, 469, 235 Brumley, Kenneth 9 434, 475, 220 Brunges, Shane 9 434 Brusuel as, Michelle 9 434 Bruton, Jerry 41 400, 472, 473 Bruton, Scott 10 414, 472 Bruton, Timothy 9 434, 204, 220. 224 Bryant, Lesley 44 400 Bryant, Matthew 44 44, 100, 468 Bucey. Dawn 4440, 400 Buchheister, Jeff 40 36, 114, 244. Case, David 9 434 Casey, Garrett 40 27, 36, 444, 422 Castillo, Cecil 40 427, 472 Castillo, Stanley 9 434, 475, 220. 224 Castro, Christina 9 445 Castro, Norma 42 29, 40, 45, 68. 487. 233 Caudle, Steve 40 444, 472. 220 Cavanaugh, Teresa 9 445 Ceballos, Isabel 9 434 Cervantes. Maria 9 434 Cervantez, Edward 40 427 Cesena, Dana 42 30. 68 Cesena, Joseph 9 432 Chabrouillaud, Jean-Paul 42 30, 96 Chabrouillaud, Timothy 40 144 Chadwell, John 9 432, 475 Charest, J. 9 145 Chatten, Tiffany 9 432 Chavez, Catherine 42 68 Chavez, Elizabeth 40 36, 444 CHEERLEADERS 48 Chica, Jose 42 68, 498, 499 Childers, David 40 444 Childres, Katy 40 36, 444, 240 Chilton, Eric 40 445, 423, 479, 242 Chiodo, Tina 9 432 Chiu, Frank 40 24, 445 Choate, Kathy 9 27, 432 CHOIR 38 CHORAL GROUPS 26 Chrlsman, Jeremy 9 445 Christensen, Joyce 44 26, 40, 52, 400 Christenson, Alan 40 52, 445, 478. Bell, Adam 9 445 Bell, Brandon 40 443 Bell, Cherie 44 26, 99 Benavid Bendick es, Angelica 9 445 . Stacie 9 430, 433 Bennett, Criss 9 430 Bennett, Marc 44 99, 204 BSFIFISTT . Rhonda 40 49, 443 Bennett, Rodney 42 67, 468, 469 Bennett, Scott 9 430, 479, 240 Bennetts, Aaron 40 443, 472 Benway, Dave S 150 Buckelew, Dana 9 27, 434, 224 Buckelew, Kevin 40 144, 472, 206, 220 Buckner, Sarah 9 444, 445 Buena, Danny 42 68, 246 Bueno, Lisa 44 400, 440 Buff, Michelle 40 444 Bulllck, Rebecca S 16, 152 479, 492, 493, 220 Cisne ros, Joey 44 100 Clark, Amber 42 96 Clark, Kristen 9 432 Clark, Kristina 44 100 Clark, Michael 9 432 Clark, Teresa 42 68 Clayden, David 44 444 Burford, Richard 44 400 Burgess, Niels 14 444 Burke, Burke, Bob S 55, 162 Brenda S 165 Berggren, Nikolina 9 430 Berggren, Robert 44 444 Bergmann, Steven 40 27, 443 Bergthold, Dina 12 67 Bergthold. Ryan 9 24, 430, 492 Bernardo, Connie 9 430 Bernhardt. Jarrid 42 96 Berry, Grady S 156 Betrue, Diane 40 427 Betrue, Shane 40 427 Bettencourt, Brian 40 443. 472 Bettencourt, Mark 42 67 Beutler, Kevin 9 430 Bhatt, Manish 9 24, 430 Biancamano, Gina 42 67 Bibb, Blain 40 113, 472, 200. 245 Bibbens. Matthew 42 67, 498, 499 Bissat, Jimmy 42 67 Bissat, Kerry 40 114 Black, Jason 40 67, 444 Black, Marci 44 99 Black, Todd 40 39, 40, 75, 444, 479 Blackburn, Morris S 149 Blackman, Dale 40 36, 444 Blake, Stacy 9 445 Blakeslee, Carolyn 9 430 Burke, Charles S 149 Burns, Donald 42 68 Burns, John 44 400, 472, 173, 246 Bushnell, Michele 42 68, 97 Butler, Kimberly 40 444 Butterfield, Chris 41 400 Bye, Jennifer 9 26, 36, 434 Byerlee, Jeff 44 400 Byerlee, Scott 40 444 Bynum, Darius 40 427, 468, 470. 488, 490 Bynum, John 24 Bynum, Shonette 42 68, 494, 495, 222, 223 Byrne, Lisa 42 44, 68, 70 Blanco. Mary 9 430 Cabrera, Anthony 9 445 Clifft, Jason 44 400, 220, 224 Cloer, Dan S 151 CLUB INDEX 58 Coats, Erik 9 445 Coble, Gemmy 9 445, 234 Coburn, Wayne 42 69 Cocagne, Kelly 44 400 Cochran, Bill 42 43, 29, 30, 32, 33. 47, 69, 94, 97, 485, 226, 227, 229 Coddington, Matthew 40 427 Coffman, Christopher 9 445, 220 Coffman, Kevin 42 69 Coker, Lonisa 9 36, 432, 442, 241 Cote, Rhonda 40 427 Collins, Brian 40 445 Collins, Christopher 44 45, 52, 114 Collins, Larry 9 27, 432 Collins, Nicole 44 5, 30, 400, 409, 243 Cologrande, Shari 40 26, 445 Colridge, Martin 42 32, 33, 69, 208 Compton, Jett 42 69 Conner, Cassandra 42 69 Connolly, Patricia 44 36, 400,231 Cook, Karen 42 69 Cook, Patrick 44 400 Cook, Rewa 44 400 Cooksey, Bill 9 445 Cooper, Shawn 44 400, 235 Cooper, William 40 127, 479, 242 Corbin. James 42 96 F orley, Shawn 10 115 Denham, Jennifer 10 6, 116, 203, - - Otley, teresa 11 28, 404 240, 244 XQ'f,'fg':,Qs1ff2 0l'liSSi Pam 23, 29, 151 Denham, Susan 12 6, 71, 75 Gamer' Corby Q 445, 475 Omit' Some Q 432 Demevi Tv 10 1101 206' 227 entre-ii, Norman Q 27, 433, 240 orrales, Camilo 10 127 orson, Alexander 9 132 ortez, Christina 10 36, 115 ory, Nathaniel 9 132 osme, Jonathan 9 145 osta, Brian 10 115, 172 osta, Honorina 11 101 outson, Brian 11 111 overt, Kelly 11 40, 101 owdery, James 11 36, 101 owger, Jennifer 10 115 ox, Moira 12 69 raig, Emilie 9 132, 196, 231 raig, Michael 12 70 rank, Christine 10 36, 115 reason, Melanie 12 30, 70 reech, Jamie 12 70 riswell, Bryan 12 96 ronin, Nicole 10 30, 114, 115 ROSS COUNTRY 184 ross, Brian 12 29, 32, 33, 52, 70 ross, Darin 10 115, 179, 212 ruz, Lisa 10 115 ryer, Jamane 9 145 uellar, Stephanie 10 115 uevas, Abel 11 101 ulbertson, Aaron 9 145 ullum, Lisa 12 70 URRENT EVENTS 284 uzzort, Dustin 9 145 Acquista, Joshua 11 5, 45, 47, 56, 101, 176,208 glish, Thomas 11 9, 32, 33, 101 hlgren, Tracy 12 70 llman, Samuel 10 115 llman, Steven 12 70 ly, Thomas 11 101, 168, 169, 170, 216, 217, 218 mari, Richard 10 115 mko, Douglas 11 101, 240, 241 NCES 52 ng, Aman Deep 9 132 ng, Shalinaer 10 115 Fniel, Mott 11 6, 27, 39, 40, 101, 188, 189 niels, Kathleen 12 70 nner, Todd 11 111 ' rby, Rhoda 10 115 rr, Clay 11 111 rr, Jason 9 145 ugherty, Art S 156 vila, Miguel 12 96 X vis, Bill S 149 avis, Gregory 9 132 Jvis, Hayes 12 96 Jvis, Jeffrey 12 27, 40, 71 :zvis, Kristina 11 30, 101, 212 Jvis, Mark 11 36, 101, 103, 234, 235 Jvis, Michael 9 145 Jvis, Richard 12 71, 168 Jvis, Stephanie 9 132 Jvis, Steve 12 71 avison, Adam 9 145 aan, Elizabeth 10 39, 40, 115, 212 eBuck, Jeffrey 12 71 eering, Scott S 24, 25, 36, 150, 151 ees, Johnny 12 71 eFehr, Ronald 11 101 eFendis, Mark 12 71 eFoe, Daniel 10 32, 33, 39, 40, 115 eiro, Tawnya 12 71 9Jesus, Marie 9 145 aLeon, Brariaee 9 27, 132, 144 elgadillo, Martin 10 116 algado, Damien 10 116 elgado, Rosanne 12 71 etvlalignon, Matthew 10 115, 179, 208 amaree, Melissa 12 71 aMasters, David 10 127 aMasters, Heather 12 71 eMello, Judi 10 115 Dennis, Melinda 12 71 Dennis, Tim 9 132 DePompei, Jill 12 49, 239 DeRooi, Carmen 12 71 DeRooi, Tiffany 9 13, 132, 203 Derrick, James 12 71 Derrick, Janette 10 116 Devlin, Shannon 9 36, 132, 212 DeWeese, Heather 9 132 Diaz, Sabrina 11 48, 49, 99, 101 Dlchlera, Chuck S 2, 3, 52, 156 Dick, Clatre 11 101, 107, 202, 203, 211 Dicochea, Brandon 10 116 Dillon, Shannon 9 132 Dillon, Shawn 9 116, 145 Dinkel, Bridgette 11 26, 101 Dir, David 10 116 Dittmer, Steven 11 40, 101 DIVING 214 Docken, Susan 10 116, 203 Donaldson, Cindy 11 101 Dorame, Lawrence 9 145 Dorame, Sandra 12 71, 164 Doss, Kristin 12 74 Doucette, Jeremey 9 145, 175, 240 Dougherty, Robert 9 132, 174, 175, 192, 220 Dowds, Robert 12 74 Downs, Peggy S 160, 161 Draeger, Rachel 11 26, 40, 101 Drake, Glen S 6, 148 DRAMA 30 Drysdale, Lori 12 26, 36, 74 Ducey, Chris 11 6, 56, 101 Ducey, Jeremy 9 145, 175 Duncan, Doug 10 30, 116 Dunlap, George S 162 Dunnigan, Thomas 12 74 Duran, William 9 36, 132 Duran, Yvonne 9 132 Durgarian, Alisa 11 32, 33, 101 Dyar, Steve S 148 Easley, Stacy 12 74 Eaton, Terena 12 74 Eberhardy, Bob S 220 Eberlein, Kelli 11 101, 195, 211 Ecker, Carolyn 10 36, 116, 187, 230, 231 EDITORS GOOD-BYE 288 Egan, Michelle 12 74 Egri, Julie 12 74, 97 Egri, Marlea 12 26, 40, 74, 93 Elledge, Christopher 12 11, 30, 31, 74, 75 Elliott, Sean 9 132 Ellis, Deborah 11 101, 240 Ellis, Jason 12 74, 227 Ellis, Jennifer 10 26, 116, 187, 231 Ellis, Judith 12 26, 74 Ellis, Kenny 9 132 EIIIS, Robert S 16, 152 Ellis, Scott 9 132, 175, 192 Ellis, Steve 10 116, 172, 192 Emberton, David 12 96 Emerick, Brian 10 116 England, Karen 9 27, 132 Englebright, John 11 27, 101 Engleka, Amy 11 99, 101, 239 Enlow, Vivian 11 101 Ennis, Jerry 11 101, 172, 227 Ernst, Jason 10 127 Escalante, Andrea 12 74 Escalante, Eric 9 36, 132 Esaue, John 9 133 Estrada, Cesar 12 96 Evans, Christopher 9 133, 192, 235 Evans, Jennifer 10 36, 116 Evans, Marianna 12 26, 40, 74 Evans, Rachael 12 74 Fallis, Rachelle 12 74 Fargie, Kristy 12 75 Faria, Sabrina 10 116 Farris, Stephani 10 116 Feaver, Claude S 150 Fees, Eric 11 101 Fees, Tammy 11 101 Fernandez, Gene 9 133 Fernandez, Harvey 12 96 Fernandez, Joaquin 9 145 Fernandez, Pasaualdi 11 111 Ficken, Keven 9 36, 133, 227 Field, Kamaile 9 27, 133 Figueroa, Mirna 9 145 Figueroa, Zoila 11 111 Finch, Tamalynne 9 133 Finney, Scott 10 52, 116, 240 Fischer, Jesse 10 116, 185, 229 Fistolera, John 12 3, 20, 21, 55, 56, 75, 88, 176 Fistolera, Natalie 10 48, 49, 116, 118 Fleming, Elizabeth 10 116, 196 Fleming, Gregory 12 40, 75 Flores, Melanie 10 29, 47, 116, 241 Flores, Randolph 12 45, 75, 216, 217 Floreth, Susan 9 133 Flynn, Sean 12 36, 75, 168 FOOTBALL 168 Force, Robert 10 116, 199 Ford, Jay 11 5, 101, 176, 208, 209 FOREIGN EXCHANGE 22 Forman, John 12 96 Forman, Mathew 9 133 Foster, Dan 9 133 Foster, Jeffrey 10 127 Fox, Melissa 12 75 Fox, Tracye 11 102 Frakes, Wesley 9 145, 175, 220 Franco, John 11 27, 102, 172, 227 Franco, Terry 11 102 French, Armond 12 36, 75 French, Michael 10 116 FRESHMEN 128 Fries, Marc 12 69, 75 Fries, Mona 12 13, 40, 76 Fringer, Lisa 9 26, 133 Frisbee, Kenny 11 36, 102, 188 Fritz, Stacey 10 116 Fritz, Thomas 12 76 Froberg, Jennifer 9 133 Froberg, Jonathon 11 30, 102 Fulleylove, David 9 133 Fulmer, Megan 11 99, 102, 195, 230, 231 Gaines, Angel 9 133, 230, 231 Galarza, Mario 12 96 Galaviz, Marcos 10 36, 116 Galindo, Paul 12 29, 32, 76 Galindo, Rosanna 10 127 Gallagher, Shandra 10 116 Gallamore, Tina 10 116 Garrison, Bryan 12 76 Garrison, David 9 145 Garrison, Robert 9 133 Garsfer, Dan S 175 Garster, Robert 11 102, 168, 169 170, 216, 218 Garton, Michael 9 133, 175 Garza, Norman 11 102, 168 Gear, Tina 12 76 Gentry, Elizabeth 9 133 George, Jeffery 9 133 Giannandrea, Dino 10 117, 200, 201, 220, 221 Giannandrea, Vito 11 102, 168, 220 Gibbs, Eric 10 34, 36, 127 Gibbs, Gerald 12 36, 76 Gibson, Aaron 9 133, 135, 179, 212 Gibson, Amy 10 117 Gibson, Jennifer 12 96 Giddings, Robert 10 36, 117 Gilbert, Kyle 11 102 Giles, Darren 9 133, 175 Gilstrap, Jim 9 145, 204 Giotta, Pete 11 102, 188, 190 Girnus, Vanessa 11 49, 51, 102 Gitchuway, Marcus 9 145 Gitchuway, Maurice 12 96 Glanville, Aaron 11 102, 192 Glasgow, Kevin 10 117, 124 Glaze, Jason 10 127 Glenn, Suzanne 10 117 Glennan, Nicky 9 134 Glick, Jason 9 134, 192, 193 Glispey, Ryan 10 117, 179,212 Gloria, Jennifer 10 40, 117 Gloria, Priscilla 11 102 Glynn, Jennifer 10 117 Godau, 195 Chris 12 22, 23, 76, 187, Godberson, Samantha 9 134 Goerlnger, Harold S 149 GOLF 234 Gomez, Monica 10 127 Gamez, Paul 12 13, 77, 204 Gomez, Stella 11 102, 187, 223 Gomez, Stephen 9 36, 134 Gomez, Vincent 11 102, 172 Galloway, Cheri 12 40, 66, 76 Galloway, Christina 11 102 Galvan Gamez, GGTDSY Anthony 11 102 Billy 10 116 Shana 10 116 212 Garcia, Carlos 9 133, 174, 175 Garcia, Efren 10 117 Garcia, Francisca 9 133 Garcia, Fred S 148 Garcia, Jesus 10 127 Garcia, Monica 11 102 Garcia, Rene 11 102 Garcia, Robert 9 133 Garcia, Sergio 12 96 Gonzales, Frances 10 117 Gonzales, Oscar 9 134 Gonzales, Paula S 149 Gonzalez, Leopoldo 11 111 Gonzalez, Marc 11 102, 168, 169 Gorrell, David 12 96 Gortney, Melanie 9 134 Goulart, Cathy S 149 Goulart, Raquel 9 134, 196, 197, 224 Gaularte, Mark 9 134, 175 Graft, Bob S 150 Graff, Samuel 11 102 Graham, Elton 9 134 Grajeda, Michael 12 96 Grajeda, Rebecca 9 145 Grant, Kevin 11 102 Grant, Lisa 10 117 Grant, Nathan 11 102 Graul, Matthew 11 6, 26, 27, 39, 40, 102 Graves, Donna S 149 Gray, Brian 12 96 Gray, Shannon 9 145, 175 Greaves, Brian 11 29, 102, 236, 237 Green, Jamie 12 96 Green, Levi 10 117 Green, Marcie 11 42, 102, 150, 194, 195, 222, 223, 225 Green, Tera 11 103 Greenall, Mark 11 111, 208 Greenall, Scott 9 145 Griffin, Eric 9 145 Griffin, Jennifer 10 212 Griffiths, Matthew 10 117 Grimmer, Katherine 11 103 Grissom, Kristin 11 103 Grodsky, Jeffrey 12 77 Groom, Cheri 9 134 Guaiardo, Annette 11 103 Guaiardo, Jose 9 145 Guinn, Angella 10 117 Guinn, Annie 10 240, 241 Guinn, Jeanna 12 77 Gutlerres, Lupe S 164 Gutierrez, David 10 117, 168, 170, 204 Guzman, Michelle 9 134 Hacker, Bnan 9 134 INDEX Hacker, Marie 12 77 Hadeler, Angel 9 1311 Haden, Amber 9 24, 36, 134 Hadley, Josh s 55, 162 Hafley, Anthony 12 26, 40, 77, 229 Hafley, Jonathon 10 117, 172 Haines, Justin 9 134, 2111, 215 Haley, Alexander 12 28, 29, 32, 33, 77, 88, 288 Hall, Christopher 11 111 Hall, Traci 12 77 Homes, Wendy 9 134 Hamilton, Heather 9 36, 134, 138, 145, 196, 215 l-lamman, Ryan 10 36, 117 Hampton, Eric 10 127, 172 Hampton, Joey Q 145, 175 Hanna, Christine 10 117 Hannah, Bryan 11 103, 214, 215 Hannah, Eric 9 134, 179, 215 Hansen, Lance 9 1311, 192, 235 Hanson, Steven 10 113, 117, 176, 177, 178, 208 Hardcastle, Terri 11 103 Hardwick, Dustin 12 96 Harmon, James 9 1311 Harper, Jana 11 103 Harper, Jay 11 30, 32, 33, 103 Harrell, Alec 12 77, 227 Harrell, Elaine 11 103, 1911, 195, 223 Harris, Daniel 9 1311 Harris, Donovan 12 77, 176, 177 Hatch, Raymond 9 135 Hatherley, Michelle 9 135, 187, 231 Hatzman, Kandace 12 77 Hawkins, Kevin 10 117 Hawkins, Kimberly 12 77, 186, 187, 230, 231 Hawkins, Wendy 9 26, 135, 203, 224 Hayashi, Roger 11 103 Hayes, Melinda 11 14, 29, 56, 103, 111 Hayton, Ryan 10 117 Head, James 11 111 Headrick, Maile 12 6, 20, 21, 115, 77, 89, 163, 238, 239 Healy-Keith, Ravenna 10 118 Heard, Kimberly 11 111 Heath, Glenn 12 20, 21, 26, 40, 77, 79, 89, 176 Heatherly, Ronald 11 103 Heatherly, Ryan 9 135 Hebesha, Rosha 10 118 Hedrick, Jason 11 56, 103, 168, 169, 216, 217 Heffernan, John 10 127 Henderson, Bobby 11 110, 103 Hendrix, Peter 11 30, 103, 176 Hennorty, Kim 10 118 Hennemann, Christine 10 118 Henniger, Kristin 10 118, 212 Henniger, Melissa 12 77 Hensley, Jason 12 77 Hernandez, Adam 9 135 Hernandez, Anthony 10 77, 118 Hernandez, Hilda 10 127 Hernandez, Hope 10 30, 36, 118 Hininger, Preston 9 135 Hininger, Tracy 27 Hinolos, Rene 9 145 Hirayama, Brlan S 160, 220 Hitt, Dustin 12 78 Ho, Yuan 12 78 Hodgin, Serena 12 78 Hoter, Dwight S 162 Hogstad, Christopher 10 36, 118, 172, 192 Holden, Brypn 12 78 Holguin, Manuel S 162 Holik, Vicki 12 78 Hollis, Nikki 9 145, 187 Holloway. Cynthia 12 78 Holmes, Aisha 10 118 Holmes, Jay 9 135, 234, 235 Holmes, Jennlfer 12 30, 78 Holmes, Roger S 164 Holzschuh, Craig 12 96 Holzschuh, Mark 10 127 HOMECOMlNG 42 Honeycutt, April 11 111 Hoover, Randy 12 78 Hopper, Bruce 11 111 Horner, Sammi 9 135 Horton, Brian 9 135, 200, 201, 220 Houston, Gina 11 103 Houts, Brian 10 118, 176,212 Howard, Chad 9 135 Howard, Gary 11 9, 28, 29, 32, 33. 103, 288 Howard, Matthew 10 118 Howe, Paul 11 103 Huber, Stephanie 9 27, 36, 135, 212 Huckabay, Ann 9 135 Huckabay, John S 156, 172, 192 Huerta, Melissa 9 135 Huff, Glenda 12 75, 78 Hughes, Christy 12 78 Huidor, Oscar 11 29, 103, 105 Hulsey, Jennifer 12 110, 119, 51, 52, 78, 80 Hulsey, Jill 11 26, 39, 40, 119, 51, 103 Hulsey, Sean 12 78, 168, 170 Hunt, Mathew 9 135 Hunt, Michelle 12 79 Huston, Ed S 158 Hutchins, Tracy 10 118 Hutson, Heidi 10 127 Hutson, Patricia 12 79 Hwang, ln 10 36, 118, 240 Hydash, Daniel 11 111, 172,220 Hydash, Esperanza 9 135 January, Monica 11 6, 103, 240 Jaramillo, Liz S 149 Jaramillo, Robert 9 136, 227 Jasso, Pami 9 136, 137 Jaurequl, Betty S 149 Jenan, Michael 11 103 Jenkins, Craig 10 118 Jennings, Chris 12 79, 199 Jensen, Krystal 10 118 Jensen, Lars 12 23, 80, 96, 168, 170 Jernagan, Wayne 10 27, 118 Jiang, Min 12 80 Jimenez, Rick 9 145 Johanski, Jackie 11 36.40, 103 Johanski, Julie 11 26, 40, 49. 103, 107 Johnson, Charles 9 136, 179, 215 Johnson, Erin 10 30, 118 Johnson, Glen 10 118, 179, 212 Johnson, Heidi 10 14, 118, 240 Johnson, John 11 14, 103,240 Johnson, Junior 11 111 Johnson, Kelli 9 136, 196, 197, 224 Johnson, Michael 12 80 Johnson, Peggy S 158 Johnson, Ryan 10 118 Johnson, Todd 168 Jones. Jones. Jones, Jones, Charles 12 80 Craig 10 119 Jerry 10 36, 119 Kristina 11 118, 119, 103 Jones, Mathew 12 80, 236, 237 Jones, Patrick 10 40, 119 Jones, Robert 11 104 Jones, Shawn 172, 192 Juarez, Jorge 12 96 Jungwirth, Mary 10 119, 240 Jungwirth, Thomas 12 80, 185, 227 JUNIORS 98 Jystad, Kaiser, Jason 10 127 Vanessa 10 119 Karlea, Bonnie S 164 Karst, Michael 9 136 Korst, Michelle 9 136 Kasdorf, Aaron 11 104, 199 Kasparian, Danna S 152 kossei, Amy 11 119, 104 Kaviani, Cristina 10 36, 119. 126. 2110 Kaviani, Leah S 152 Kaviani, Michael 12 80 lbbs, Steven 10 118, 215 lcho, Denise 11 111 lnfante, Joyce 12 32, 33, 79 Ingalls, Amber 9 135 Irwin, Dennis S 158, 216 lsham, Margaret 12 6, 79 lthurralde, Nichole 12 79, 97 Ivy, Kimberly 11 103 J Kearney, Craig 12 32, 33, 80, 168, 170 Kelly, Colleen 10 22, 36, 119, 127 Kelly, Donald 11 104, 176, 208, 209 Kelly, K ristina 10 119 Kempski, Erik 9 145 Kendig, Wendy 9 34, 36, 136 Kendrick, Amy 9 27, 136, 224 Kenison, Benny 12 80, 168 Kennedy, Connie S 146 Kennedy, Stephanie 11 104 Kennemer, Matt 10 104, 127 Kerley. Keyes, Susie 11 104 Timothy 9 36, 136, 139, 227 Kiaosouvath, Deang 9 136 Kiaosouvath, Khounsak 9 1115 Kidwell, Terry 12 96 Kildow Kilgore, , Karl s 152, 192 Denise 10 119 Kincaid, Jack 9 136, 179 Kincaid, Maria 9 136 King, Jason 11 104 Hernandez. Joey 9 135, 175 Hernandez, Lisa 9 27, 135 Hernandez, Ray S 152, 204 Hernandez, Richard 9 27, 135 Hernandez, Rita 12 78 Herrington, Jennifer 9 135 Herron, Richard 9 145 Hess, John S 162 Hestily, Sherri 10 36, 118 Hewes, Eric 12 78 Heyman, Jeff 10 118, 178, 179, 192, 212 Hicks, Dawn 12 36, 78, 210, 211 Hicks, Donald 9 135 Hicks, Kenneth 9 135 Higham, Tam1 12 78 Hight, Victoria 10 36, 118 Hill, Ken S 150, 172 Jackson, Dan S 26, 27, 40, 151 Jackson, Daren 11 103, 172 Jackson, Jennifer 11 111 Jackson, Julie 10 118 Jacobo, Aniannett 10 127 Jacobsen, David 10 118 Jacobsen, Jennifer 12 79 Jacobsen, Richard 10 118 Jacobson, Aaron 9 135 Jacauart, Pamela 12 79 Jacquez, Nash 11 111 Jakes, Jennifer 11 103 James, Scotty 9 145 Janca, Steve 11 40, 103 Janis, Jennifer 9 135, 203, 240 Jansen, Pat S 149 King, Steven 12 26, 40, 112, 81, 188, 190 Kirchmeier, Randal 10 119 Kline, Blake 9 136, 200, 201 Kllne, Dave S 200 Klint, Amie 9 136 Kliss, Brian 10 119 Kneeland, David 11 104, 172 Knight, Jacauelin 11 26, 104 Knowles, Christina 11 9, 32, 33, 104, 111 Knox, Tom 11 1011 Komor, Tobias 11 104, 176, 208 Kong, Seng 9 136 Konishi, Shannon 10 119, 172, 173, 220 Konold, Robert 10 40, 119, 188 Konold, Steve 12 26, 40, 81, 188, 190 Kotob, Ahmad 10 119 Kotob, Mike 12 81 Kozlowski, Shana 9 136 Krakow, Robin 11 118, 49, 51, 104 Kramer, Dawn 10 36, 119 Kramer, Jeffrey 9 145 Kramer, Patricia 12 81 Kramer, Sharon 10 30, 119, 186. 187, 231, 233 Krancher, Glen 47 Krancher, Sheldon 12 115. 81, 163 Kreiss, Timothy 9 145, 175 Krstic, Nova 10 119 Krstuc, Zivanka 12 81 Krstic, Zivka 12 81 Kubik, Kent 12 11, 81, 90, 208, 209 Kukas, Jason 10 36, 119, 172, 192, 226, 227 Kuykendall, aiu s 156, 188 Kuykendall, Cory 12 81, 168 Kyker, Dawn 11 1011, 109,210,212 Kyle, Melissa 10 27, 119 Lacy, Maxine 11 5, 30, 104 Lahmann, Steve S 148 Lai, Tino 10 24, 119 Lalanne, Michael 12 36, 40, 81 Lalanne, Timothy 10 36, 119 Lamb, Jason 9 136 Lampman, Lisa 11 104, 110 Lancaster, Deann 11 42, 104, 195, 197, 222, 223 Lane, Joseph S 152, 168, 204 Lone, Tamara 11 30, 1011 Laney, David 11 26, 40, 104 Lanser, Gordon 9 145 Lappegaard, Danielle 12 21, 81, 89, 97 Lara, Norberto 9 136 Lara, Valorie 10 119 Larios, Joaquin 9 136 Larsen, Sean 11 9, 30, 104, 198, 199 Lousman, Tracy 9 136 Lavinder, Kenneth 12 96 Lawson, John 10 119 Lawson, Stephanie 9 136 Le, Ky S 149 Leach, Julie 11 111 Leahy, Michael 9 111, 136, 179, 212, 213 Leak, Barry 11 24, 104 Leak, Darla 9 26, 136 Ledbetter, Michael 10 119, 172, 206, 227 Lee, Alison 9 26, 42, 136, 241 Lee, Darren 11 34, 36, 1011, 240 Lee, I-Chiu 11 1011 Lee, Lisa 11 104 Lee, Michelle 11 104 Lee-Thomas, Tori 11 29, 32, 33, 104 Legra, Alexander 12 96 Lemus, Carlos 12 30, 81 Leos, Artie 9 136, 175 Lepore, Gino 12 14, 32, 33, 81, 811, 88 Levy, Oren 9 136, 227 Lewis, Stacey 11 36, 105 Li, Harrison 9 24, 136, 145, 227 Li, Henry 12 24, 81,89 Lickey, Teena 9 137 Lilly, Dennis 12 81 Lin, Yong 10 24, 25, 119 Lindsay, Bob 9 27, 137 Lindsay, Robert 12 20, 21, 32, 33, 55, 81, 96, 176 Linn, Amy 11 105 Litchfield, Pauline S 160 Lizardo, Sedelia 11 36, 105, 210, 211 Llamas, Marisa 10 119 Llamas, Oscar 9 145 Lockhart, Matthew 11 105 Lockwood, Erin S 156 Lomeli, Greg 11 105, 192, 216 Longorla, Jerome 10 127, 200, 201 Loomis, Mary S 152 Lopes, Suzann 10 119 Lopez, Christina 10 120 Lopez, Kelli 12 82, 223 Lopez, Mike 12 82 Lopez, Veroni 9 145 Lopez, Veronica 9 137 scutova, Jim 10 127, 172 veioy, Verna 12 82 veless, Kyle 11 111 venberg, Eric 10 120, 200 vero, Jason 12 82, 168 yd, Amber 11 99, 105, 202, 203 yd, Rodd 12 27, 82,216 yd, Ronald S 151 isi, Kevin 11 111 isi, Lisa 9 137 isi, Nick 10 120, 168, 170, 204 men, Phillip 11 26, 40, 105 nd, John 10 27, 127 ndberg, Robbie 10 32, 33, 127 ndy, Brian 10 120, 215 ndy, Dawn 12 82 nch, Daren 12 96 ,nch, William 9 137 acDannaid, Sarah 12 82 ackey, Todd 12 40, 82 adrigal, Hilda 12 96 xadrigal, Olga 9 145 llaguy, William 10 120, 176, 177. i 208 1ain, Michelle 10 26, 120 rlaldonado, Guadalupe 9 137 laldonado, Manuel 12 82, 226, 227 flalek, Dameon 10 120 1alek, Desiree 11 111 flalloy, James 11 111 llana, Paul S 154 1anfredi, David 11 40, 111 tlangine, Jennifer 10 120 langum, Micole 9 137, 145 llann, Norma S 148 flannon, Aaron 10 120, 172 tlano, Christopher 10 120, 172 flantuano, Peter 10 120, 236, 237 1anuele, Joseph 10 120, 185 larcom, Steve 10 127 flarcum, Aaron 11 111 larkham, Lia 11 26, 40, 105 flarkley, Janine 10 120 larks, Robin 12 24, 82 larkwardt, Edward 12 32, 33, 82 tlarquez, Evelyn 9 145 larquez, Michelle 11 105 tlarquez, Monica 9 137 larraccini, Sarah 9 130, 137, 203 flarston, Shawna 12 82, 230, 231 itartell, Chad 11 111 1artin, Carrie 10 120, 195, 197, 222 lartin, Deanna 11 105 flartin, Jason 10 120, 185, 200, 227 lartin, Marc 11 105, 199, 216, 217 lartin, Noah 12 5, 29, 32, 33, 82, 96, 104, 208 lartin, Scott 9 137, 200 lartinez, Alfred 11 105 lartinez, Antoinett 12 82 lartinez, Eddie 9 27, 137, 175 1artinez, Eduardo 9 137 lartinez, Jay 10 120 1artinez, Michael 10 127 1artinez, Rafael 12 82 'lartinez, Richard 10 127 1artinez, Rosa 10 49, 120 1artinez, Tommy 9 145 llar1inez, Virginia S 149 1artino, Matthew 10 127 tartone, Stefani 12 82, 83, 164 flarvin, Daniel 11 5, 9, 14, 56, 105. 106, 111, 176, 177, 208, 209 flascorro, Armando 10 120 4ason, Athena 9 137 itason, Rebecca 9 145 flason, Stacey 11 105 Aassengale, Donya 9 137 1assey, Sean 11 105, 227, 229 dasters, Shane 12 96, 229 ,1atheney, Jeramie 11 105 flatherly, Shawna 10 36, 120 flathis, Edwin 11 111 flathis, Kevin 11 105 flathis, Melinda 9 27, 137 llathis, Stacy 9 137 Ialthews, Eleanor S 149 flatthews, Stacy 9 137 flatz, Neil 11 105 flaxfield, Malissa 9 137 Maxwell, Andrew 11 3, 30, 31, 56, 111 Maxwell, Karey 9 137 Mayfield, Steven 12 83 Mayorga, Joe 9 137 Maza, Gregory 12 34, 36, 83 Maze, Garrett 9 137, 200, 212 Maze, Gretchen 11 105, 211 McAuliffe, Rita 10 29, 32, 33, 120 McCarthy, Angie 9 26, 138, 231 McCarthy, Michael 12 9, 55, 83, 87, 198, 199 McCtain, Brodie 10 120, 234, 235 McClelland, Chad 9 121, 145 McClung, Grant 11 105 McClure, Daniel 9 138, 175, 192, 227 McClure, Kellie 9 138 McCurry, Michael 11 105 McCurry, Mike 11 168 McDaniel, Shana 9 138 McDonald, Lynn 9 138 McDonald, Sally 9 27, 138 McDonald, Shay 9 36, 138 McDonnell, Jim s 15s, aaa, 1s7, 203 - McDonnell, Joshua 9 138, 185, 200, 220 McDowell, Karla 9 145 McEachern, Cora S 158 McFadden, Kellie 9 26, 138, 212 McGrath, Kimzey 9 36, 138 McHenry, Tamara 9 138 McKenzie, Stacy 9 36, 138, 230 McLain, Ryan 10 36, 121, 168, 200, 220 McNabb, Jonathan 12 83 McNealley, Steven 10 127 McNeally, Steve 11 105 McNltt, Andrea 11 111 McNitt, Tonito 9 145 McNuh, Esmond S 160 McNutt, Vera 9 138 McPhail, Ronald 12 83 McPheeters, Steven 11 105 McOuilliams, Lee 10 121 ..,cQuown, Eric 11 111 McWilliams, Shawna 11 105 Meadows, Daisha 9 138 Medina, Andre 11 106, 172 Medina, Frank 12 96 Medina, Petra 9 145 Meeks, Robert 11 106, 172 Mehrten, Julie 12 26, 40, 83, 88, 186, 187, 230 Mejia, Richard 10 121 Mekeel, Natalie 12 83 Melkonian, Alex 9 138 Mendes, Horacio 9 138 Mendez, Rochelle 11 106 Mendonca, Melody 11 9, 32, 33, 49, 106, 153 Mendonca, Stacey 12 14, 70, 84 Mendoza, Doris 11 24, 111 Mendoza, Esmeralda 10 127 Meraz, Grace 10 100, 121, 238. 239 Meraz, Patrick 11 100, 106, 176, 178, 199, 236 Mercado, Jessica 36 Mercado, Yesenia 9 138 Merchant, Mark 10 127, 216 Mesias, Larry 9 145 Messinger, Kevin 11 36, 106, 240 Messinger, Rebecca 9 24, 138 Meyst, William 9 36, 138, 175 Middlebrooks, Stacy 11 106, 110 Miller, Barney 10 121 Miller, Christopher 9 145 Miller, Cynthia 9 36, 138 Miller, David 11 111 Miller, Holly 11 106 Miller, Kim 240 Miller, Kimberly 11 111, 121 Miller, Kymm 11 106 Miller, Stephen 12 84 . Miller, Tina 9 13, 24, 138, 187, 203r 224 Million, Rebecca 10 36, 121 Mills, Melissa 10 24, 25, 30, 121 Mills, Melvin 12 84 Miranda, lsabel 11 106 Miranda, lsidro 12 84 Mitchell, Chadd 9 145, 175 Mitri, Samir 11 111 Modrak, Diana 10 36, 121 Moe, Aaron 9 134, 138 Moffett, Chris 9 138 Molina, Margo 9 138 Molina, Vanessa 12 84 Mollsen, Stacy 12 29, 30, 40, 76, 84 Moody, Jana 10 5, 121, 231 Moody, Shirlene S 156 Moody, Stefanie 10 49, 121, 231 Moore, Dianne S 149 Moore, Earl 11 111 Moore, Jason 12 84, 236, 237 Moore, Jonathan 9 27, 145 Moore, Justin 9 145, 175, 227 Moore, Patricia 10 127 Moore, Ronald 11 106 Moos, Helen S 156 Mora, Joseph 10 40, 121 Moreno, Dolores 10 26, 121 Moreno, Stephanie 10 121, 196 Morgan, Julie 10 121 Morin, Michael 12 36, 84, 227 Moring, Jeff 11 106 Morphis, Bette 9 138 Morrelli, Penny S 165 Morris, Jeremy 12 96 Morris, Tonya 10 24, 121, 241 Morris, Victoria 12 36, 85, 239 Morrison, Sherry 11 111 Mata, Violet 9 138 Moua, Danny 10 127 Mueller, Curtis 9 27, 145 Mueller, Eric 10 127, 240 Mueller, Michael 12 40, 85, 188, 189 Mulford, JoAnna 9 138 Mullen, David 11 106, 168 Mullins, Michael 9 138 Munoz, Francisco 12 96 Munoz, Joel 11 111 Munoz, John 12 96 Munoz, Roman 12 B5 Munoz, Ruben 9 145 Murch, Stacy 11 106 Murray, Phillip 9 145 Myers, Steven 10 121 Nadura, Laura 10 36, 121, 196, 224, 225 Nagel, Scott 12 85 Nanez, Juan 10 121, 172 Narcissian, Anna 52 Navarrette, Jaime 10 121 Navarrette, Richard 11 106 Navarro, Andy 9 145, 175 Navarro, Felipe 9 138, 175 Nave, Kristen 12 30, 85 Naylor, Joy S 160 Neal, Cynthia 11 106, 163 Neal, Dennis 11 111 Neal, Mike S 154 Negard, Jeffry 10 121, 227 Nell, Victoria 11 111 Nelson, Brandy 12 85 Nelson, Julie 11 106 Nelson, Kimberly 11 26, 40, 106, 194, 195, 223, 225 Nelson, Kristin 12 85 Nelson, Nicole 9 27, 138 Nelson, Scott 12 26, 40, 52, 85, 168, 169, 170, 188, 189 Nelson, Steve 11 106 Nelson, Suzanne S 152 Nelson, Wendi 10 24, 121, 212 Nesbitt, Lee 11 40, 106, 168, 169, 170, 204 Nesbitt, Matt 10 121, 172 Nettles, Nanette 12 11, 32, 33, 85 Newhouser, Loraina 11 106 Newkirk, Heather 10 119, 121, 212 Newman, Javier 12 85 Newman, Stacy 10 121 NEWSPAPER STAFF 32 Ngo, Ke 12 85 Ngo, Mui 12 85 Nielsen, Jason 11 106 Nielsen, Michael 9 139 Nielsen, Vern 12 85 Nilmeier, Laurie 12 85 Nino, Elena 12 85 Nobis, Jamie 11 106, 227 Noel, Anne 10 121, 196 Noel, Bryan 11 106, 235 Noel, Gina 12.36, 85 Noel, Thomas 9 145, 175 Nordstrom, Mark 9 139, 240 Nuckols, Pafsy S 149 Nunes, Brent 10 39, 40, 122 Nunes, Thomas 12 55, 86, 227 Nunez, Steven 9 145 Nungaray, Ruben 9 139 Nunn, Brian 9 139, 236, 241 Nutter, Kristi 11 106 Nyberg, Corin 9 139 O'Bosky, Loretta 12 86 Oakes, Matthew 9 139 Ochoa, Joe 12 86, 168, 169, 170 Ochoa, Ramiro 10 40, 122, 172, 220 Ochoa, Shelley 11 49, 106 Ogard, Kaaryn 9 36, 139, 224 Ogden, Jared 9 139 Ogden, Noah 12 86 Oldfield, Hollie 10 49, 122, 231, 233 Oliveira, Darrel 9 139 Oliveira, Dawn 12 86 Oliveira, Stephanie 10 24, 122, 203 Oliver, Angela 11 106 Oliver, Lisa S 196, 224 Olson, Kevin 11 102, 107, 227, 229 Oppedyk, John 10 122 Oppedyk, Sherri 10 122 ORCHESTRA 24 Ortega, John 12 83, 86, 164, 208 Ortiz, Jennifer 10 122 Ortiz, Ruben 9 139, 175 Osorio, Anthony 10 127 Osterbauer, Robert 12 86, 168, 240 Otero, Oliver 10 127 Oto, Todd S 150 Owens, Jody 9 139 Pace, Jason 9 139, 200 PACESETTERS 88 Pacheco, Cathy 12 86, 90 Pacofsky, Todd 11 9, 56, 107, 111. 176, 208 Padilla, Irene 9 139 Paine, Stephen 11 111 Palomino, Debra 12 86 Parody, Kathy 12 86 Parham, Matthew 12 96 Parish, Shanyn 9 139 Parisi, Mario 10 127 Parker, Corey 9 36, 139, 208 Parker, Lori 10 24, 122 Parker, Todd 12 86 Parra, Antonio 9 145 Parra, Callstro 9 139 Parra, Evangelin 10 127 Parsley, Jodi 10 47, 119, 122 Partridge, Dawn 11 107 Partridge, Stacie 9 145 Pasquini, Henry S 3, 20, 21, 148 Pasquini, Susan S 16 Passmore, James 10 127 Patton, Danielle 9 145 Patton, Denise 12 86 Patzer, Susan 12 11, 29, 86 Paxton, Lee 9 27, 139 Paxton, Pamela 11 26, 40, 107, 222, 223 Peacock, Jerome 9 145, 175 Pearson, Christi 11 111 Peck, Adam 12 86, 188, 189 Peck, Bryan 11 107, 172, 204, 220 Peden, David 12 30, 86, 198, 199 Pedregon, Lydia 11 107 Pena, Carina 10 127 Pena, Cynthia 9 139 Pena, Dora 12 87 Pena, Federico 11 111 Pena, Richard 172 Pendergast, Bradley 12 87, 168, 169, 170 Pendergast, Skip S 168 Penner, Flower 11 26, 107 Penner, Matthew 9 139, 240 Penion, Huey S 149 Pereira, Christina 10 122, 224 Pereira, Lisa 11 107 INDEX Perez, David 10 122, 172 Perez, Jerry 9 139, 145, 174, 175. 220 Perez, John 11 56, 107, 168.216, 217, 218 Perez, Rosemary S 149 Perez, Tony 11 107, 227 Perry, David 9 139 Perry, Orvil S 150 Perry, Stacey 10 122 Peters, Christal 9 139 Peterson, Christopher 11 107, 234, 235 Peterson, Colleen 9 139, 203, 211 Phelps, Jason 11 107, 204 Phelps, Thomas 11 111 Phillipe, Andy 9 145, 175, 220 Phillips, Joshua 10 122 Phillips, Joy 9 27, 139 Phillips, Kerry 10 122 Pickering, Michelle 12 30, 87 Pierce, Jason 9 139 Pierson, Janelle 11 107 Pimental, Brian 10 122, 200, 201 Plpe, Keeble S 156, 199 Pitman, Glenn 12 11, 87 Poggione, Ron 11 111 Pope, Eric 11 107 Porras, Jodie 9 145 Porter, Christine 11 107 Porter, Danielle 10 30, 122, 203 Porter, Deanna 11 111 Porter, Kenneth 9 145 Powell, Jana 10 114, 122, 215 Powell, Valerie 9 139 Prado, Danny 10 122, 172 Presser, Kevin 11 107 Preston, Jason 9 140, 212 Price, Casey 9 145 Price, David 11 107, 161 Price, Dawn 12 87 Price, Gordon S 149 Price, Julie 9 140 Price, Stephanie 9 145 Price, Wendy 12 87 Pritchett, Nick 12 87, 168 Proffitt, Ralph 10 127 Puente, David 12 96 Pullen, Carl 10 127 Putter, Paula 10 30, 127 Quach, Tony 9 136, 140, 227 Quantrell, Sharon S 149 Quesada, Michael 12 96 Quillen, Jerry 9 145 Quinones, Maria 10 122 Quintana, Ricardo 10 127 Quintero, Celina 12 87 Quintero, Ray 10 127 Quinton, Aaron 11 111 Quiroz, Larry 9 140 Quiroz, Veronica 11 111 Radlsh, Patl S 149 Radish, Rhonda 11 26, 40, 49, 107. 153 Rainwater, Melissa 10 122 Ramirez, Eddie 10 122, 206 Ramirez, Lisa 9 140 Ramos, Dora 11 24, 107 Ramos, Lisa 187 Rank, Brandon 10 36, 122, 200 Rankin, Tate 9 145 Rasmussen, Stephen 10 122 Rasner, Ricardo 11 111, 199 Rathbone, Ed S 149 Rather, Steven 9 145 Rawson, Justin 11 107 Ray, Katrina 11 107 Rayfield, George 12 90, 168 Rayfield, James 11 107 Rayos, Angela 9 140 Rayos, Celestino 10 24, 122 Rayos, Tino 227 Recendez, Allison 10 24, 127 Reed, John 12 36, 90 Reetz, Patricia 9 137, 140, 196, 231 Renteria, Henry 9 145 Renteria, Sandra 9 140 Replogle, Sean 10 122, 236, 237 Rex, Robert S 151 Reyes, Lisa 10 127 Reyes, Sonia 9 24, 140 Reyna, Scott 9 140, 240 Reynolds, Shane 11 107 Rhodes, Phillip 11 107, 172 Ribeiro, Margie S 149 Rice, Amy 9 140 Richardson, Bonnie 9 145 Richardson, Brenda 11 26, 107 Richardson, David 11 111 Ricketts, Amelia 11 107 Ricketts, Tammy 10 122 Rider, Chris 9 30, 140 Riegel, Marc 10 122, 178, 212 Ringler, Neal 9 145 Ritchie, Jordan 10 127 Rivera, Robyn 9 138, 140, 212 Roberts, Kathleen 12 26, 36, 90 Roberts, Kindra 12 90 Roberts, Nathan 9 140, 212, 213 Roberts, Ron S 168 Roberts, Stacia 12 11, 28, 29, 76, 90, 288 Robertson, Heather 11 107 Robertson, William 12 96 Robinson, Jason 12 32, 33, 90 Robison, John 10 122 Sachau, Michael 11 108 Sachau, Mike 11 26, 40, 168, 169, 170 Sachau, Teresa 11 26, 108 Sadac, Allan 10 123 Sadac, Allan 36 Saechao, Chiew 12 96 Saechao, David 9 141 Saechao, John 9 141 Saechao, Kao 10 127 Saechao, Mouang 9 141 Saechoa, Feyian 9 141 Saeed, Samar 10 123 Saeed, Samir 9 141 Saenz, Veronica 11 111 Saenz, Yvonne 9 145 Sagrera, Ricardo 11 22, 23, 108, 240 Salazar, Andrew 9 141 Salazar, Brendan 10 123 Salazar, Lance 9 27, 141, 227 Salazar, Salazar, Patricia 11 108, 186, 187 Raul 10 123 Saldana, Manuel 11 111 Salha, Tammy 10 123 Salinas, Rene 11 111 Salmeron, Jeny 10 123 Salmeron, Jose 11 111 Salmeron, Richard 12 96 Salsido, Veronica 11 108 Robles Robles ,Ada 9 140, 231 Salyer, Melanie 10 123 Samuels, Joshua 9 141 ,Adrian 12 90, 168, 188, 189 Robles, Ana 9 24, 140, 231 Robles, Kenny 12 96 Robles, Reynaldo 11 107 Robnett, Bobbie 9 140 Rocha, David 11 32, 33, 107 Rodolt, Douglas S 164 Rodriguez, Angela 9 140, 203 Rodriguez, Christina 9 140, 241 Rodriguez, Diane 10 127 Rodriguez, Joann 9 140 Rodriguez, Louis 9 140 Rodriguez, Paul 10 127 Rodrlguez, Steve S 149 Rodriquez, Cheyenne 10 122 Rodriauez, Dyana 10 122 Rogers, Andrea 10 127 Rogers, Steve S 160 Rojas, Adam 11 111 Rojas, Javier 10 127, 204 Rojas, Jose 10 123, 172, 204, 227 Roland, Michelle 9 141 Roldan, Hank S 148 Roldah, John 9 141, 174, 175, 192, 193, 227, 229 Roldan, Kathryn 11 107, 186, 187, 231 Rolfo, Anna 11 107 Romero, Daniel 11 111 Root, Janet 11 49, 51, 107 Root, Joy 11 107 Rose, Steven 10 123 Roth, Sophi 12 26, 39, 40, 48, 49, 90 215 Rounlree, Mary Ann S 158 Rowan, Susan 9 27, 141, 196, 197, 224, 225 Rowland, Albert 12 96 Royer, Jason 9 141, 204 Rubalcaba, Pedro 11 108 Rudd, Julie 12 79, 91 Ruddy, David 11 108, 111 Rudig, Steven 12 91, 208, 209 Rudoll, Doug S 164 Rue, Frank 10 123 Rue, Ruben 12 36, 91 Ruffner, Brian 9 141 Ruiz, Gloria 12 91 Runyon, Martin 9 141 Russell, Chedric 12 40, 91, 168. 170 Russell, Melissa 9 141 Russitano, Reney 11 26, 40, 108 Russitano, Russell 9 141 Ruth, Michael 10 24, 123, 227 Ruvalcaba, Consuelo 9 145 Ruvalcaba, Joey 9 141 Ryan, Jeremy 11 111 Samuels, Tracy 10 36, 123, 211 Sanborn, Roger 10 123 Sanchez, Javier 9 141 Sanchez, Sergio 9 141 Sandborn, Heather 12 91 Sanders, Jamie 9 141, 175 Sanders, Patrick 11 108 Sanders, Todd 10 123, 192 Sandoval, Ben S 145 Santa Maria, Alejandra 10 123 Sarr, Jason 172 Sato, Vuki 12 22, 23, 91 Saucedo, Jessica 11 108 Savage, Merritt S 148, 161 Sawyers, Chris 9 141, 212 Scattidi, Pete S 149 Schall, Kralg 9 141 Schelich, Robert 9 142, 175 Scherbinskl, De Vere 9 142 Schiebelhut, Guy 9 145, 200 Schlaich, Renee 9 145 Schlosser, Richard 9 142 Schmall, Fred S 150 Schmidt, Chuck 11 111 Schnaufer, Annie 11 108, 111, 150. 240, 241 Schofield, David 12 36, 91 Schofield, Robert 9 24, 142 Schofield, Wendi 11 24, 108 Schroeder, David 9 145 Schultz, Margaret 9 142 Schultz, Maria 241 Scianna, Julie 11 111 Scoggins, Jessica 10 36, 123 Scott, Jennifer 10 127 Scott, Smith 10 124 Sechrist, Justin 9 145, 220 Sedillo, Narcy 10 123, 172 Sellers, Stephanie 10 40, 123 Sengchanh, Somsanith 11 111 SENIOR GROUP PICTURE 72 SENIORS 62 Seright, Jennifer 11 29, 42, 56, 104, 108, 210, 211 Severns, Andrew 12 96 Severns, Curtis 10 127 Seymore, Travis 10 123 Shackelford, Desiree 12 96 Shahzade, Art S 154 Sharpe, Bob 10 123 Shaw, Jay 10 123, 198, 199 Shaw, Jenise 9 145 Shaw, Robert 11 111, 172 Sheesley, Gene S 148 Shelton, Leo 10 123 Shepard, Jim 12 5, 36, 52 Shepherd, Kristi 11 36, 108 Shepherd, Samantha 9 27, 142, 224 Sheppard, Michelle 9 27, 129, 137, 142 Sherrill, Andrea 11 36, 108 Shirer, Brian 10 123 Shockley, Tiffany 11 26, 40, 108 Shockley, Tricia 9 142 Short, Elaine S 164 Shulman, Rod 12 69, 91, 168 Sibbett, Stephanie 10 14, 29, 32, 33, 127, 240 Siegenthaler, Gary S 149 Silva, Jason 11 108, 172,220 Silvas, Marty 12 55, 91, 168, 170 Silveira, Joe 12 91 Simmons, Ron 11 108 Simonelli, Joy 10 123, 125 Simpson, Dean S 32, 152 Simpson, Kendra 11 36, 108 Simpson, Kirk 11 27, 108 Simpson, Kristen 9 36, 130, 142, 203, 224, 225 Sinclair, Samantha 11 101, 108, 231, 233 Sinor, Mike 12 80, 91, 168, 169, 170 Sisk, Eric 11 108 Sitton, Gary 9 142, 175, 200, 220 Sloslrand, Laurie S 26, 27, 40, 149 Slatten, Christian 9 145, 175 Slaughter, Beth 12 39, 40, 91 Sledge, Karen S 149 Sluka, Mary Ellen S 149 Smelser, Chris 10 14, 123, 127, 212, 213 Smiley, Christa 9 145 Smith, Andrea 11 108 Smith, Devon 10 123 Smith, Donald 12 45, 65, 91, 198, 199 Smith, Douglas 10 124, 204 Smith, Dwayne 12 91 Smith, Jamie 12 92, 204 Smith, Jeni 9 142, 142 Smith, Jennifer 10 124 Smith, Jenny 10 124, 211 Smith, Laura 11 108 Smith, Mary S 164 Smith, Matt 9 27, 136, 142, 212 Smith, Suzette 9 27, 142, 241 SOCCER 198 SOFTBALL 222 Soleno, Desiree 11 109 Solis, Rosa 12 87, 92, 186, 187, 231 Solis, Sandra 11 109 SOPHOMORES 112 Sorensen, Jason 10 124, 172, 204 Soto, Alicia 9 142 Soto, Louie 10 124 Souza, Andrew 9 145 Souza, Anna S 149 Souza, Daniel 11 109 Souza, David 11 109 Spano, Stacey 12 92 Spearman, Scott 9 145 Spears, Jacquelin 11 29, 101, 109, 238, 239 Speidell, Kimberly 11 111 Spellman, Stacy 12 29, 92 Spires, Sarah 10 124 Spivey, Greg 12 92 Spivey, Kevin 10 127 Springmeyer, Melissa 11 30, 109 Squire, John 9 142 Stafford, Jason 11 109 Stafford, Joshua 9 142, 212 Stailey, James 10 124 Stair, Deanne 11 56, 109, 211 Standridge, Rachele 11 109 Stanger, Troy 12 92 Starling, Jason 10 127 Steele, Kimberly 10 127 Stephens, Amy 12 92 Stephens, Gig S 156, 172, 216 Stephens, Rena 10 40, 124 Stephens, Ronald 10 124 Sterling, Scott 10 124, 227, 229 Stevens, Maury S 154, 211, 212 Stevens, Nathan 10 124, 212, 213 Stevens, Ron 10 200 Stevenson, Julie 10 124 Stieers, Kenneth 12 92 Stine, Rhonda 11 109, 223 Stine, Sheryl 9 36, 142, 224 Stockbridge, Kenneth 9 145 Stoffels, Garett 11 26, 40, 109 Story, Michelle 10 115, 124, 127 Stotesbery, Lori 11 109 Stout, Devin 12 92 Streeper, Rodney 11 109 Stricklin, Charles 12 96 Stubblefield, Thad 10 127, 172 Sturm, Justin 9 142 Suess, Gerald S 162 Sulllvan, Robln S 208, 212 lullivan, Wendi 40 36, 424, 496, 497, 234, 233 lumpter, Timothy 42 92 Qundstrom, Jennifer 42 30, 34, 88, 92, 93 lustaita, Joe 40 424 lustaita, Johnny 9 442, 475 Sutton, Carolyn S 165 Quzor, Michael 40 424 luzor, Neil 9 442 lwartzlander, Kevin 42 6, 26, 27, 40, 92 iwarlzlander, Lynne S 149 lwatzke, Jennifer 9 442, 224. 225 wearingen, Brandi 40 424 NlMMlNG 208 ylvla, John S 150 T aguchi, Yukie 40 22, 23, 27, 424 albot, Kelly 40 424 anner, Sara S 156 app, Tammy 9 442 arrant, Darren 9 36, 442 arrant, Scott 240 ate, Stacie 40 26, 424 ate, Tracie 40 36, 424 aylor, Tim 9 442 beau, Frank S 150 llechea, David 9 442 llechea, Deanna 44 409 NNIS 236 nnison, Sonya 44 409 rcero, Javier 44 409 rrian, Jennifer 44 444 rry, Cindy S 211, 212 rry, Darcy 44 26, 409 ssendore, Shannen 44 409 sterman, Charles 9 442 omas, Eric 42 92 omas, Lisa 40 424 omas, Mark 9 27, 445 omas, Spencer 40 424, 448. 200 wompson, Erin 9 24, 442, 487, 202, 203, 234, 233 womton, Mark 9 443 dwell, Eric 9 443 gulo, Lode 44 444 illey, Chris s 216 Iley, Erick 44 444, 472 lley, Leland 42 26, 40, 92, 468, 469, 470, 488, 490,246 ,248 ppit, Michael 9 443, 220 odd, Karen 40 26, 424 odd, Michelle 9 443 oledo, Derek 42 3, 30, 69, 84, 92, 97 Davey, Dana 44 409 drres, Alma 42 92 nrres, Christina 40 6, 424, 244 orres, Gregorio 9 445 orres, Joe 42 96, 227, 229 prres, Leticia 40 424 orres, Marie 40 424, 244 nrres, Sergio 40 424, 472, 227 oschi, James 44 44, 409,240 'QACK 226 'ar'nrnell, Susan 44 409 'eis, Robert 40 30, 424, 227 rent, Tina 24, 25 rigg, Zoann 40 425 rippy, Michael 9 443 rgwbridge, Cindy 44 9, 30, 409, 42 roy, Ryan 40 425, 472, 473, 492, 246, 248 socheft, Karma 9 443 Jcker, Sherri 42 93 Jgmon, Roy 44 409 Jlly, Brian 42 93 lily, Cynthia 9 27, 443 Jnnell, Robert 44 409, 468 Jrner, Brenna 9 445 irner, Kyle 9 27, 443, 226, 227 Jrner, Loren 44 444 urner, Wendy 42 93 Ulloa, Elizabeth 40 425 Underwood, Julie 42 93 Urton, Brandon 9 443, 475, 227 Ussery, James 9 443 Usuda, Yoko 42 22, 23, 27, 93 Vaca, Javier 40 425, 472 Valdez, Mendy 40 425 Valdez, Sandra 42 29, 79, 93, 234 Valdez, Steven 9 443 Valdez, Tammy 42 29, 45, 47, 52. 93 Valentine, Kimberly 42 93 Valentine, Lisa 40 26, 425 Valentino, Jill 42 94 Valles, Vincent 40 425 Vanciel, Brian 44 444 VanDellen, Andrew 42 94 Vandergritt, Hilda S 149 VanderSoek, Monica 9 443, 242 VanDeventer, Charles 42 94 VanDeventer, Jeremy 40 423, 425 VanElswyk, Kelly 9 26, 437, 443, 244 VanOrder, Rebecca 9 443 Varela, Marshall 40 27, 425, 492 Vargas, Beatriz 40 427 Vargas, Robin 40 36, 425 Varner, Kelli 42 94, 97 Vasquez, Anna 40 425 Vasquez, Liz 40 27, 427, 234 Vasquez, Richard 9 443, 475, 492, 220 Vasquez, Tracy 42 94 Vasquez, Vanessa 44 444 Vaughan, Todd 220 Vaz, Williarn 9 443 Vega, Elizabeth 42 94 Vela, Janice 44 409 Velasquez, Anna 44 444 Velasquez, Javier 9 445, 200 Velasquez, Lawrence 44 409, 235 Velasquez, Sergio 40 425, 200, 204 Venegas, Jesse 44 409 Venegas, Juan 42 94, 246 Venegas, Moria 40 425 Venegas, Narcisso 40 427 Vengley, Jeff 40 425, 234, 235 Vera, Esther 40 427 Verissimo, Tamara 42 90, 94 Villa, Nellie S 149 Villanueva, Doreen S 16, 148 Villanueva, Marcia 9 27, 445 Villarreal, Gilbert 9 443 Vinson, Virginia 42 30, 40, 95, 404, 244 Vinyard, Dorothy 9 443 Vinyard, Pom 42 95 Vitale, Clark 44 444 Vlotho, Jill 24 Vogt, Mike S 152, 168 Vogt, Tamara 42 95 VOLLEYBALL 480 Vonada, Tanya 44 39, 40, 49, 409 Vopata, Nathan 9 443, 474, 475. 220 Wade, Melanie 44 30, 409 Wagner, Jeffrey 40 425 Walker, Amanda 9 443 Walker, Archie 9 445 Walker, Jason 40 36, 425 Walker, Leon 474, 475 Walker, Mandy 9 443 Wallace, Shannah 44 409 Wallis, David 40 425 Walter, Tasha 9 444, 487 Walters, Megan 40 425 Ward, Denise 44 440, 464 Warren, Jon 42 95, 236, 237 WATERPOLO 476 Waters, Denise 9 444, 496, 497, 234 Waters, Julie 42 76, 95 Watkins, Michael 9 444 Waymack, Cheryl S 152 Weaver, Danice 42 95, 244 Webb, Jennifer 40 426 Weisenborn, Craig 40 427 Weldon, Daniel 9 445, 475, 492 Wells, Jennifer 42 95 Wells, Julie 40 426 Welty, Deborah 44 444, 494, 495, 233 Westman, Eric 40 427 Weston, Ronetta 42 96 Wheeler, Cody 44 440 Wheeler, Deanne 9 445 Whipple, Jennifer 40 36, 426 Whlsenant, Delphia 44 440, 486, 487, 234 Whisman, Jason 9 444 White, Daniel 40 24, 426 White, Jason 44 440, 427 White, Jerry 9 444 White, Ronald 42 96 White, Stephen 42 95 White, Tamara 9 444 Whittield, Mary S 152 Whitley, Shane 40 426 Whitworth, Lana 44 444 Wicks, Robin 44 440 Wiehl, Michael 42 44, 95 Wiehl, Mike 42 44 Wight, Craig S 150 Wiley, Janette 42 20, 24, 45, 95 Wiley, Stephen 40 445, 426, 472, 200, 235 Willenborg, April 9 444 Williams, Gerry S 149 Williams, Karen 9 444, 234 Williams, Kimberly 40 32, 33, 40. 426 Williams, Toby 42 95 Williams, Wllma S 148 Williamson, Joe 40 426 Williamson, Melanie 42 95 Williamson, Melissa 42 95 Willmore, Brendan 40 449, 426 Willshaw, Jana 9 444 Willson, Brian 9 27, 444 Wilson, Bradford 9 444, 227 Wilson, Christopher 44 440, 472 Wilson, Howard 40 43, 27, 426, 473, 220, 224 Wilson, Kristi 44 440 Wilson, Phillip 44 30, 440 Wilson, Sabrina 40 427 Wilson, Steven 44 440 Wilson, Timothy 40 426, 472 Wilson, Wendy 42 89, 95, 238. 239 Winfrey, Daisy 9 444 Winslow, Carrie 44 440 Winslow, Wendy 44 440 Winter, Brian 44 440, 472 Winter, Gregory 40 5, 424, 426, 476, 208 Wlnterton, Vlckl S 154 Wiseman, Susan 9 27, 444 Witte, Curtis 44 444 Wlasichuk, Julie 40 427, 244 Woltring, Michelle 9 444 Woltring, Ronald 44 440, 499 Womack, Krista 42 96 Wong, Amy 9 444 Wong, Jennie 40 426, 234 Wood, Davld S 151 Woodrow, Barbara 40 427 Woodrow, Loren 42 6, 26, 27, 40, 95 Woodrow, Tammy 42 95 Woodruff, Britia 40 426 Woods, Cheryl 9 444 Woods, Deedra 40 426, 36, 242 Woods, Ginger 42 96 Woods, Tina 42 36, 96 Woody, Charles 42 96, 246 Wray, Candace 40 36, 426 Wray, Chris 44 444, 472 WRESTLING 204 Wright, Kerry 42 96 Wright, Melissa 44 440 Wright, Shannon 44 440, 240 Wright, Steven 40 427 Yaeger, Heather 9 444 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