Tustin High School - Audion Yearbook (Tustin, CA)

 - Class of 1985

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The year was full of new directions which helped us to improve ourselves. We moved onward and upward to new heights. We followed paths of new directions. 1 X 1. Krista Simor and Gina Harker compare notes during snack. 2. The Keywanettes enjoy the beach as the sun sets. 3. Shannon Joy, Mary Spellman, Amy Ikeda and Jennifer Wade cheer at the homecoming assembly. 4. Mark Alvarez, Denny Shunn, and Jason Witley rest during snack. Z 4 Opening R ,.,mi.tj 'S-il, xi, SN-xk Q Rh .5 4 J... NX 'X M--NXNX tum xxx i .N 1 Ziff ,ff ,. . ., ,U W 7. fx fl lffgei r wxc f ' , x -f f f, ' --1 1 ' .' fl' - ' ,A ,: f -- , vs ' X -,Ax 'Q V-1x5 5.x -,bhqf Z-I! i W5 R gn Qau '--X Hi- --' -X g Kxlrxr r Kgs Q: 4 K-sag. RX A W, V S T QNX -1.4 f --- -gm.. egg 33- f .fir fn .. .A wx? mfg,-, T V- 3 QW ,.,, 1 if, Q 32 A , "ww QW M Tustin Looks On To New Directions Tustin High School as a whole, faced many New Directions during the 1984-85 school year. School spirit, with a boost from a winning football team, was raised, and students built more pride into their school. Students and staff faced a new year, in which they grew, learned, and matured to face further New Directions. 1. Renay Johnson builds school spirit as she cheers the crowd on. 2. A great crowd of Tillers gather to watch an assembly. 3, Karen Berry keeps the sun out of her face as she casually looks on. 4. Campus supervisor Art Reynolds takes Mr. Wagner to the office for leaving campus illegally. 5. This sign tells it all. . V, 'QL I ,'f""'Ms, ia f ' , Macs? s-1 I ,,L..y,,fgi .rf '1' QQHA., I 775 1 4f5?U'+-vs, q., f.ffavgf,:fg, f V- '-.S 'X,..., Opening 5 g ,, 1 .N r v IIC ? 3. I-I y 9 L, A If Cr f n . 3, 'Q 5. ? i. 4: ,, .- f 5? Si I6 ,f 'z,sfw.:1w:w 1 w wg 5 Q E L Q ? SI iv Nw as A 55 -5 PL Jiffy, rr. 1:- ,uv-.,,. rms sf -YQ 5 wffwuh vwzfxffnw :mzwww ancvrf gmzvgav. eww Wiki nu il P' 0 1 .ff-1fr.,.,p rw..- f 1 X ' i5112iQR?2.23'fki'i1E2.K'i'2.' 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The 1984 Homecoming Court consisted of' Julie Hawkins Krista Simor, Queen Renay Johnson, Kathy Shives, and Julii Krames. Eric Sherman proudly escorts Julie Hawkins onto the held. Julie Krames, escorted by Mike Predney, smile as they ente. the stadium Homecoming Court r 3 'n,1, -.AX ch Junior Geoff Howard plunge in the Kayak Race. -f,y , 2. Kirk Vogt and Yoko Hasegawa struggle for victory in the -K fin' pop. 3. Mrs. Seidenberg wonders if Freshmen George Me s ' Y fi' going to make it, 'Z 1., V 4 Freshmen quarterback Jim Russell shows his talent even lin ip s d. 5 Sophomores thought they would dominate the V.W. race b the I- men pulled off the victory. Q 6, Principal Peggy Lynch gives her orders on and off the fiel . 1. Se rs John Lundy, Mark Ziegenhagen, Kathy Shives, a 9 Gre F511 X ..s ff so --S 4..- , r wx-sunk as if , JN? ,J-i , r ,--. 1-1 ' 3 as i sigma-,fr fi? 10 Homecom 'vities 5, . ESL: , ,,.' 41-1. Gm i P 7. Mark "Ziggy" Ziegenhagen takes it easy and forces the seniors to lose the kayak race. 8. John Lundy, senior, was crowned as the 1984- 85 'iMr. Tiller." 9. The Sophomore Class really enjoyed the Home- coming Assembly. 1 a Homecoming Week as Up, Up, This year Homecoming week was from October 29 to November 2, and was a lot of fun. The week started with the Kayak R f nd continued with quad decoration, balloon pop eating competition, and the big wheel race. I -f for dress-up day you could pur- chase a Hom - , -5 t-shirt. Throughout the week spirit points betwee 1-1' were close, but it was not until the Homecomi 5 v ' sembly that the seniors took charge. The g Assembly found many students in attendance and a good reason too, there was a lot going on. The Q1-li ning of John Lundy as "Mr, Tillern with his pitchfo nd carrots pleased the Senior class. The freshmen, ieve it or not, prevailed in the Volks- wagon race. Th event that was most enjoyable for the students was iq bat relay. The seniors and the sopho- mores tied for place in that event. The only event that the seniors took 4th place in was blind mans foot- ball, but the seniors took 1st in the balloon shave to show their domination. The juniors, sophomores, and freshmen gave them a run for the money, but the seniors came out on top. The Tillers once again displayed pride and enthusiasm by coming out in great numbers and enjoyed the 1984-1985 Homecoming Week. llomeconiing A iivlli l I 'Wa wifi B A Night To Remember, Up, Up, And Away The 1984 Homecoming Dance was truly a night to re- member. The Magnolia Room at the Disneyland Hotel was rented for the dance. Two-hundred and fifty couples at- tended, and even graduates were there, all having a great time. Everyone listened to the music of Roller Coaster, and danced the night away. For the theme, Up, Up and Away, the room was decorated in balloons, and mini hot-air bal- loons for the center-pieces decorated the tables. Pictures were taken of couples and friends. And finally, the Queen Renay Johnson, had her Queen's dance with Beau Mer- curio, and the court and their dates, Krista Simor and John Heckencamp, Julie Hawkins and Mark Ziegenhagen, Kathy Shives and Garret Stryker, and Julie Krames and Paul Ninow, joined in. This year's Homecoming dance was a night to remember. ' Nui' L.. 3 x N ...fl .4 if . Ji.-iff J l. 5 . 1-2 4 -93. 3322 .J .fav ft ,, ,, , ,ffgJ1,,j!Zy, f f f X , fggfffgyf f f f , gyqefyiyff "m4 ,lzwi" ss. , in 4 f L! "gsm " th at . f , ' 6 , , ' 1-4 A fx 7,2 . LC' W, .7 ,. , ,W 7. ' .- s X25 4, ,,,, S 1. The poster that decorated the Magnolia Room at the Disneyland l-fotel. 2. Renay Johnson smiles as she has her Queen's dance with Beau Mercurio. 3. Pat Hegarty and Cheryl Hart have a little conversation at the dance, 4. Sarita Benett and Amanda Burnett are happy to see each other at the dance. 5. Darren Webster and Beth Rutledge enjoy a slow dance together. 6. Mike Braun shows his stuff on the dance floor. 7. Mark Ziegenhagen and Julie Hawkins smile for the camera. . W 'W 2' V fp .,,... I a 7 , ., ' lf' W- ,. if f,,f 4 F ,...mMnn0e. 1 '61 f f' ' 'ywgfw ,fm wlify, I fy ,ig Jf',7iGi.- ,, , , at , - Q wi? gg., Wm, w,f?.zWf .M mam! 4,ffmf'f,,y,,w,M42940 mf fy if ,.wm,',f.f,f,f e,,.,Wf.f wwf .... if lawn: f yWMff,fff4ae:wf f , ff, f . . r , . Ho ' D 13 aff-' . - , m2C0mm9 BHC? fJ'11FZZZ'7EJZ3f7Z,1LC'ZZ ti" ffl , 4f,fJ ?ZZ71E iii? X '4.?'.v7r'5'r?':?'u53 7 Z f 'fillers G 0 4' 9 nd Away 79 0 1 ot these t Krista 1. Prt e,tove, an I their daughters. Horneco W A " Kathy Shwes, Renag Johnson, .Butte Z. 'Yorught ercpressxons speak touder than words tor she was totd she was announced'Yushrf s X984 Htrtornecorrfrng 3. Pirn't no stopptng a stampede oi awesorne Tthers. 14.3 Q 1 M g n . I 2 K mis ' ' H11 Vx as if ?r.4-qq u 6 happiness ts what the taces ning court was made up o Hawtdrns, and .Suhe tkrarnes Ptenau Johnso Que tathers express tor Strnor , n, as GTC' UL X s . . r 1 The 1984 Homecoming game was a mean- ingful game for the Tillers in a lot of ways. It topped off a week of fun on the campus includ- ing food sales, games, races, Mr. Tiller, and the announcing of the Homecoming court. The Homecoming game is always fun and exciting but this year it meant a little more. lf the Tillers won, it would have more or less clinched them a birth in the C.I.F. play-offs as a wild card team. The theme this year was "Up, Up, and Away," and it set the mood for the game and at the half time the Tillers were enjoying a 16-0 lead, balloons were released, fireworks were set off, and a parachuter dropped in with roses for newly crowned Queen Renay Johnson. That lead backfired on the Tillers when Canyon fought back to score 27 unanswered 2nd half points to send the Tillers play-off chances "Up, Up, and Away." The final score was Canyon 27, Tustin 23. Fi XMV i 1 i if """-. some Degple will by a nything I0 5 hnou Hee 0 UI' new mecofllin 9 Queen,- 1 f Jw we X110 qxffpoa 'I .Skit to 'di lo fn we GXAGQ V695 98629 it In K xv' N 'ics an xr!" xo 9 ovgkx C309 on oeiefosa l 15 INL nee X. O AX ix A 2, ev 1 6 Dances XA 506 Q KN an mg, a goo Bi e hav- Going To Th Hop It was finally Friday gang in the parking lot to Bffrger King for a small to do Before going to the the essaywas finished and it was gi'l me up at 7:3Ogf and we headed to game and we Were leading on the and Tustin had won fheir firstr game of up to go bop at thefhop. lt was We danced to the tunes ggof a disc T.V. screen. - 2 f A . , , f f ff f X X 0 Z: f ff-FH f --V 7 K0 V, x ff .. 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' sf. 5 Qvze. 1 ee'e' f iylyf ffff, Student talent was on display 2isfBobs'HamiltonQQf???f 2 performiedili-Efiijum solo, Mandy Bawderisdisplayecf 'elel' lllz 5 E her ballgfytalefits, and the jaziytifand performedhi. Orhei'Qlt'51engggg13ibited included 2Brea.15. sDanQmiig 2 Jugglingfandifldianee by Betsy5iNelson." The Peter , Popadofialis bandxfierforrnied aswell olds whos,freQTeiyed'1'la standing. ovation.lforfi-his...greatf5f3f'5ilf1 , 1 E5 i 2 2 ,.,.,.,. i f i ,Q'ZlSarita finishedlsthe assefnblii by l wishes to Qbgflf-'XllfflQvbxQyS H ,. ,e y 5 sf, , , X "1 f 2 f AZ -I 52 56 6. 7. ,lf -f-f xg' I , . ,fy Af iff X, A., Brenda Harnes shows her excitement when her wish is granted. Bobby Hamilton got the beat of the Winter Assem- bly. Mandy Bawden shows us her greatest talent. ,,'i7?5TM f K v-f --A'- v. 6 '53 -V ' . . i H mm . ., .. . .. ...Xe ' Winter Formal A ight To Remember The long awaited .day of December 16th had finally come. All the girls were putting on that last bit of lipstick and preparing the last touches to their beautiful formals which ranged from frilly to silky. Meanwhile, all the' guys. were splashing on their cologne and tasteningthe buttons on their fitted tuxedos, all getting ready to start the night off right! "', T By dining before the dance most couples made it so that they could enjoy all five hours of the dance from 9:00 to 1:00 a.m. The theme "Hold Me Now," described most of the couples who had pictures taken and danced while listening to the band "Scandel", which provided great entertain- ment. Winter Formal '84 was put on by the ASB and was very successful, and maybe for everyone it can be a 'dance thought always as, A Night to Remember! 1. The theme "Hold me Now," was expressed most perfectly by Samantha Taylor and Steve Marsh. 2, Jeff Wright and Danette Diaz DeLeon show how much fun dances can be with the lastest dance steps. 3. Kelly McLean, Kristen Evans, and Robyn Relph show that all girls want to do is have fun! 4. Life's but a party when your with friends like: Tim Hol- linger, Renea Bynum, Dave Schlemmer and Brian Covey. 5. Jim Viglione and Shelli Tolton are caught alone discussing all their painting secrets. 6. You'd be smiling to if you were Warren Nix with Shelia McKenzy, Ginger Bly, Kristen Newman. 7. Jason Edwards, Jeff Wendt, Wes Causey show it pays to be crazy for a good picture. . if-I ITB 29 Wim r Formal 2 2 d,,,,,a-v-mule-u.,. fs .Z .f' lf' ,,-nal' 7 24 Pep Court S3325 ... Ja-vf ..- Pep Court 1. Princess Kelly Ames and Prince Mike Morehead 2. Princess Shawnette McKee and Prince Kirk Vogt 3. Princess Dana Hyde and Prince Dan Smoot 4. Princess Katy Farney and Prince Eric Sherman 5. King Kelly Ryan and Queen Susan Tate Tustin High's 1985 Pep Court: Princess Kelly Ames, Prince Mike Morehead, Princess Dana Hyde, Prince Dan Smoot, King Kelly Ryan, Queen Susan Tate, Princess Katy Farney, Prince Eric Sherman, Princess Shawnette McKee and Prince Kirk Vogt ' Queen Susan Tate is crowned during the basket- ball game's half time. Susan Tate, Mr. Tate, Shawnette McKee, Mr. McKee, Dana Hyde, Mr. Larson, Katy Farney, Mr. Farney, Kelly Ames, Mr. Ames. Pep Queen, Susan Tate, and her father, Mr. Tate Tustin High's Pep Court, and their parents: Mrs. Vogt, Prince Kirk Vogt, Princess Shawnette McKee, Mr. McKee, Mrs. Morehead, Prince Mike Morehead, Mrs. Smoot, Prince Dan Smoot, Mrs. Ryan, King Kelly Ryan, Queen Susan Tate, Mr. Tate, Princess Dana Hyde, Mr. Larson, Prin- cess Kelly Ames, Mr. Ames, Princess Katy Far- ney, Mr. Farney, Mrs. Sherman, Prince Eric Sherman Pep Court 25 iE3Y' " 'Jail - MAN 5 Mark Ziegenhagen and Steve Marsh enjoy bagging pop- corn at the pep fair. Henry Castro pulls as fast as he can in the blanket chariot race at the Pep assembly. Juniors pull with all their might at the Pep assemblies' tug-of-war. 3- 7 tr-Q3 5 ff", "1 -" L Wt 5 9- K., Zo Pt p kk Deli 5' li i s 1 'S , i vine Ss f, ,, ff, f , tdmgive up T the ball to V," 6 :seven toVTt1stin playets' at the Pepfiamet ,,,' it 'f V, f V ' ' The iill , Cfewdi veneers. the fvdfsify Beikefball tearri on 'to victofyfat, thegame. H f Tillers enjoyed an exciting Pep Week from January 15 to the 19. The first major activity took place on Wednesday. During lunch the students had an opportunity to eat donuts, pizza, and yogurt at the fair, The fun continued when students dressed up in their favorite ski outfits on Friday. took place, The Seniors overwhelmed the other classes in the competition that took place. The competition consisted of the traditional blanket chariot race, a tug-of-war, and the class yelling competition. The Tillers had an exciting time at the assembly. That night the pep game took place in Tustin's gym. The Tiller basketball team was victorious over Villa Park. Dur- ing the half-time the court was announced and later that night Tillers ended up the week by attending the pep Claf1C-f2. The whole week consisted of fun and exciting y UYTIQS for Tustin students. xo: 5? QT y The pep assembly was another one of the exciting activities that 25 Pup Danes The annual Pep Dance was held after the crowning of the Pep Court and the first victory of the basketball season. The cafeteria was transformed into the ski slopes of California. Pictures were taken by "Hot Shots", while students danced to the tunes of 'll-lave Music will Travel". The 1984f85 pep squad sponsored this event. L Sang Kim rocks out to a Billy Idol tune. , John Heckencamp and Jeff Wright take time out tc pose for the cameraj V V 'A V ' , , A Kari Moe, Dana Nelson, and Kim Collins are having a great time at the dance! 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' ' ' ' ' K P ' "" " , ,gains iw-W M IX X L . . 4 M-A ' " Q ' ' V:.J:m, 3' PP ',,..,.,,.,5P gf i P My S if- P ' - 'fdgrgf 'K f A - k .LJ , . 11' in l Ji N.-K .1 S 55351 taets Students rnvoiv This year the ASE did a great ioh getting students invotv ed with activities going on around schoot. Thi Mr. Waterman. This was Mr. Waterman's second year. ide was atso active in coaching th teacher. esident, VP , Secretary , Treasurer , Etections Commission- issioner, Pep Commissioner, Activities ' Sec.-Treasj Each had a iob t together dvisor was d as a ma ASB Pr tics Comm esident, ASB pu and year's a toothati, haskethah, an The ASB was made up ot 'ZG members, er, Fine Arts Commissioner, Tnner ctub rep., Athte Commissioner, Councit rep., and the 2 ctass otticers trom each ctass iPr to make the schoot year a year not to torget. Everyone was very dedicated and the Dances, Assemhties, the Titter Fair, and gave out person ot the month awards to a student, statt, tacuity member who gave extra service to the schoot or community. ASB provided teadership to the schooi and students and heTped coordinate ati student activities. ' -F411-:ggL:,. ff .qu W7 , K4 'fl' ,ff Sf! H Shaw. Pinabo TOP RO W: 's 1. THE ASB FRONT ROW, Juiie Krarnes, Dana Hyde, Juiie Hawkins, Stephanie . Mr. Waterman, Mark Ziegenhagen, Katy Farney, Barbara Lynch, Chri Larson, Beau Mecurio, .Suiie Saitreiii. 2. Mr. Waterman and Deann Moore work at the dime toss. 3. Kristi Shaw and Yoko Hasegawa iead the kazoo band at the Tiiier Days Parade. 4. Regina Wiikison, Kirn Webb, Jeff Dart, and Juiie Hawkins march at the Tiiier days parade. ASB 37 ep Squad 8 85 Squad Awards 2nd in overall competition 1st in evaluation Most spirited squad 2nd in overall competition lst in 64 ct. routine evaluation Hardest working squad 2nd in overall competition lst in evaluation Most spirited squad Spirit jug winner lst in overall competition Most spirited squad in f. ep Co 'hm Advisor Pictured opposite page: Yell: Kara Mehrer. Jaelynn Brown. Junior Varsity: Tina Alvarado, Dana Perkins. Heather Pittman, Eve Uhler. Julie Armenta. Varsity Song: Renay Johnson, Shelly Tolton, Shawnette McKee, Cheryl Hart, Krista Simor. Kristi Sperling, not pictured Kim Wetherholt. This page: Sophomores: Me- lissa Northway, Jan Rice. Michele Rickard, Brenda Har- ness, Leslie Reiter. Stephanie Sneathen, Michelle Mar- tin. Mascots: Michelle Audet, Laura Mullenger. Pep Commissioner: Julie Krames. Freshman: Jodi Borden, Cami Sorenson, Stephanie Staton. Brenda Harmon, Heather Evans. Adivsor: Mr. Wagoner tour Friendl, Mrs. Karen Hennessy. Varsity Cheer: Kim Collins, Leigh Weaver. Amanda Burnett. Traci White. Chris Ostrander. Samantha Taylor. Kelly Ames. Not pictured Leah Wright. Pep Squad 39 Spirit Each year many enthusiastic girls try-out for pep squad. Being on pep squad is a good way of getting involved and promoting spirit. Pep squad try-outs are held during the first or second week of December. A selected number of girls are chosen to represent our school. But being on pep squad is not all fun and games, it takes alot of hard work and commitment. Each member must work very hard and be able to work well with others. This is the first year that THS has had two yell leaders, Kara Mehrer and Jaelyn Brown. Kara Mehrer quoted, "l'd do it again in a minute." We also had two mascots this year, Michelle Audet and Laura Mullenger. Michelle Audet said, "Theres more work involved than l'd thought, but it is all worth itln Krista Simor has been involved in pep squad all four years of high school. Krista commented, 'LPep Squad gave me a chance to become really close to alot of people." Returning Varsity Cheerleader, Traci White, remarked, "When I look back to being on pep squad my junior and senior year, l'll have precious memories to cherishfl These girls and many others will remember the good times they had when they were on pep squad. rg! if if l ,,, I 1 v f . -10 Pep Squad .., f i 33. T gfj.:"fvf ' .fl 5f3Q:g aff Michelle Audet and Leigh Weaver are proud to be Seniors. Leah Wright cheers during a pep rally. Traci White, Amanda Burnett and Chris Ostrander, getting ready to leave for camp. Michelle Audet and Kara Mehrerg togeth- er, of course! Traci White and Sam Taylor performing at the assembly. Songleaders pose proud for their award. Pep Squad at camp showing off their winning trophies. Krista Simor and Renay Johnson show their friendship ties. Kelly Ames and Traci White at cheer- leading camp. WW N fi 6 112:21 1--'nm-:er-aw ,s 'z 5. Y K 'ff '. Tall Flags: Bottom front: tz. Julie Boies, ' Lori 1. Dione Sanca Kristina Hader, Top. Pounds, Karen Gusky. Regina Chaffee. Michelle Hammond. Cindy Carrillo, Linda Pounds. Not pictured: Suzanne Thom- as, captain, Sandra DeCapite. 2. TUSTINI The marching unit moves forward at Tustin Tiller Q- Days Parade. li' 3. Fatique sets in. Suzanne l Thomas. captain, takes a 1' break. 4. Look at that smile. Lisa Car- . 4 roll show her carisma. - gg 5. Majorettes: Bottom Front: ' ' Q Gina Harker, Gina Hight. Amy Ikeda, captain. Top 'Q Kerry Tolman. pug pl fax f ' fflir .frgtff y be :Ag 1 'v " 7 , X r I fs25j:T'?5' . ., Qgiff gg, y lv-1-1-1 , I u EEF .gg - yp , ,Mi ,1g..4K:f fs 1 X ' 3- A", -3 -ff-, H, 5 nga- r 11, tlrryf' 't's.','s ,'oJ1.1-":"F-Q-- ', , f A .- ,,,1 .30--A , Thy? 3- -Qty, ' 'y x.' 7 ' 'Ml 15 ' 1 -5 -. .1 I , ,gi-.422 A 41.1 1- i -r. ,ryr . I. -,AM i ,. lagfwlillvzh ,vii igsu 3 xr A ' - Rx f - liz" . 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', gf wr Egg" M-a "' as ' ,V 4 gffbrwvixl, .,..,h ,L- vfl ' . , 7,3411 ir. if' , f '?,f,,gi':-- ,, , ,ef 1 f I 'Air '- 5' I. P 'M 'r 5.2 Miki' ' 6. C ' z Xgi. 5. N. , KL, x ' gf' -:... t,,..,. The '84-,85 marching unit, consisting of band, drill, flags, and major- ettes, worked really hard this year. "The band units have faired well even though they were up against some stiff competition," commented band director Mr. Nowak. The units did fairly well. They started the year by winning second at Tustin Tiller Day's parade. Besides practicing during zero and first periods, they have spent several Wednesday nights going over their performances. These 'prac- tices paid off in the many competitions that were held. A few of these were two Western High field show competitions, the Chino Band Review, and the Long Beach All Western Band Review. Besides compe- tition, the units performed at every home game. Johnny Spiak summed it up by saying that "it has been lots of fun." 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'1- ' 5 ' 1. fr., 4 V 1 Q ' ig we 6 a n A"' IJA ' IJ' . as 'Q I 'ii iid ,SA , N555 W if, ,1 at N it ,V 4 1 f 6 f 'fr' ' 'gf I XF, "' ,",, 1: 9 or ,aff .:k , .A, g L V! 1 , 1 ,,, M, was .4-4w4"f.Z.,,,":Zvg 1, E .,.' fg, M 5 ' V Q 112' ' We " 1-1 ,.,,,,, f 4 'wg ,VW , " vm. 2 i M . ,, , .asf 0,yQ,W, ,guy pw., fr Awe' fm' ,W ,....,,,-..1..-.,....,,.,...,.,.....A.........0..,.,.,,aa..... ., A. 1 .4..,....,,.,..,....,.,.,.,., ,,,,.. . . . ,. . , . , , L ,, Row three: Shaundra Lamb, Susan Conklin, Karen Frazer, Donna Bingham, Cynthia Rodriquez, Long Nguyn, William Fleszar, Karen Devor, Kathleen Thomas, Kelly Neal, Julie Brant, Audra Black. Row four: Christie Edling, Susan Hardison, Jennifer Morrison, Paul O'Neal, Katie Bawden, Greg Kirby, Tuan Minh Hoang, Ryan O' E d f Lori Demoor, Tim Winer, Eric Smith, Cathy Alves, Margie Prell, Shannon Sitter, Greg Morales, Sandra Lee, Laura Rogers, Chad Sullivan, Mary Hoag, Joyce gen or , McLaughlin, Gloria Velaquez. Row five: Tina Kramer, Melisa Hammond, Tom Kelly, Cindy Hartman, Craig Nelson, John Krochman, Ray Pearson, Troy Nezos, Jason Miley, David LaValley, Tony Cena, Kim Busby, Joe Zamora, David Nelson, Laura Frazer, Deanna Routon, Connie Baca. Row six: Holly Flechter, Patty Young, Kevin l B F rmb Lori Johnson Jeff Smith Chris Pace Paul Revera Warren Turner Doug Hatson Matt Thompson, Robert Hamilton, Kurt Bantley, Rogelio Bent ey, rian o y, , , , , , , Arteaga, Julie Knowlton, Jennifer Wade, Trina Miles. Top row: Cindy Carrillo, Kristina Hader,,,Regina Chaffee, Karen Gusky, Julie Boies, Michelle Hammond, Lori Pounds, Linda Pounds, Dione Sancaz. Marching U , .gd nits 45 wry --Y l f fra P-v it-iff rw LCTX fifs '7X clnlzicq .f-N ,ca 12, , "i- ,." 'H,i1 ' 4, aj JU cl Lf! ,Lille-551 Keywanettes Adopt New Traditions The Keywanettes handed over the annual Winter Formal Dance to the ASB and adopted a new tradition, a Valen- tines Dance. The Father-Daughter Dinner was once again held in April. Besides dinner the girls and their fathers participated in the look alike contest and Father ofthe Year essay contest. . Besides all of the fun activitieQKeywanettes is really a community service club. This year a car wash was held in September for the 'Adam Walsh Foundation, and together the Keywanette and Key Clubs sponsored The Aigerican Red Cross Blood Drive. Tustin Tiller Days was major three day event! The Keywanette booth success ully sold Barro's Pizza. Without the help of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Simor the booth wouldnlt have been possible. Kim Larson and her father seem to be enjoying themselves at the Father- Daughter Dinner. Keywanette Club front row: Kelly Schroeder, Jamie Dunn, Dena Roche, Laura Mullenger, Shelly Tolton, Janae Krol, Samantha Taylor, Lisa Judson, Traci Vallieni, Rebecca Wade, Wendy McManus. second row: Patty Rodregez, Tiffany Davies, Jan Rice, Brenda Harmon, Kerri Kempton, Sarah Elliot, Leigh Weaver, Krista Simor, Kim Wetherholt, Jaelynn Brown, Joclene Whiting. third row: Jenny Parker, Marla Copple, Denise Yankee, Stacy Jankens, Hiroka Hasegawa. top row: Wanda Stapleton, Contessa Bowers, Heather Evans. Amy Ikeda. Shannon Joy, Joy Grant, Jennifer Wade, Stacey Hooke, Susan Hardeson, Marietta Deleon, Kim Ellison. 6100 lr 1 f: N, 4, e Al: wbfv' X , ,E:VJi:-- l , 1" ofilv f will ,d K f vigrx X, X bn ' 1 xx K l gyrcfb 3 9 ,K XA ,TQ , r-J . J- ,xl ,cw f -5" ,TlIl.",l-'t .P QQ, ,A l 4: . ' - 'X ,iffzxl f- 4 w' 'QF 'ff' ,. gl l 44fo lil C I ' .rn w ', Cx 1 nw, ,L ,l,fi- 'V' ' 4 fp- . T 'ff 4. 'f 'Z --V ' lf Ni J ,Aqlfn .-Q. ' 751 l , Ac F-ful: f C,,x"r'l2,w 4 .i 51" f ,ek YA w- 7" , A l JQA' mr or ,rf " f lv ' -vwvwllf ,,l ff A'ff ef ,eh ' Joy C fL,x.1f 3 ,,,l lr .NJN X fa' M --rw. M, ,A , A x, LL 5, QJ 3 f ,ik 1, eff, wfe , l, fav ff-,,f' ,, 'H ,f Q" V6 li" V . wr fr- ,lfill ,i ff ,f- , XI U J I f 'KJ fgsgll' 9 My -' .A-V , X l xg ,lm ' 3 ff l fX l X l f I N X I I Marshmellows and hotdogs were what Kim Collins cooked for herself at the Kewwanette Beach Party. Just another snack meeting- held on the outdoor stage. Keywanettes 47 48 Audion il ff- TW. Q yrs .aid-1. New Audion Staff Means Great New Ideas This year, the Audion staff was facing changes, new people on staff, new ideas, and new themes were discovered. With such a large new staff, the first few weeks of class were spent in reading the Yearbook Handbook. Through this book, the staff learned the basic language of the yearbook, how to design and orginized page layouts, and how to write articles and features which they used throughout the yearbook. Also, the staff gathered and sold ads from businesses in and around Tustin. After all this, the staff decided on the theme, New Directions, and began working on the actual 84-85 Audion. Under the supervision of the advisor, Dennis Boucher, the editor, Krista Simor, and the assistant editors, Gloria Grucelski and Gina Harker, worked with Steve Wagner, the publisher's representative, to begin discussion and work on the Audion. The staff organized ideas and layouts, and met deadlines. They worked together and separately in small groups on each section they were assigned to, with a head person, or editor advising. The heads of each section were the following: Theme-Krista Simor, Activities-Gina Harker, Clubs-Gloria Grucelski, Sports-Greg Kossak, FacultyfAcademics-Lisa Bailey, Senior Section-Samantha Taylor, Ju- nior Section-Tara Brown, Sophomore Section-Amy Coombs, Closing- Sara Culver and the photographers were Devin Righter, Brian Person, and Teresa Person. Pictures were taken and articles were done, as they worked to meet the deadlines, and tried to make the best book ever. Their goal was to make the 84-85 Audion the best it could possibly be. ,gif .3 ,J 11,-23.5 ., I f if Pfoduction Notes-The M3100 copxes oX the X985 Pmdxoo view, QTKYKXZA Rn vexixx Type. Skeuewagoex xapxe, :Kami , Boskaxf sl Psmesk- any oi Vksaka, ost pho- 6 Sou the 9 Com: ok m x an med 'cook time Pxoex A- se 'Z ear eu do '09 akkotvxxa. can dm. O done e, C 5 aYxKo1 X15 was ' ok Oxzmg, 5, Z wg! ap as Smdxo f 5010 A., ,,, f ' '. 15. 1, V if Z J' 'I' ' J ' xfmf li . gig 1' Maduv' 1 . R , , l I ff' l Senate Gets Involved irnili ,x -1. I 5 i I ,ff TTT:-ul: f. ' fy.. A . .f . fi Q' "li, n , i 2 Wg ' " A f 'V Q' J S l ' 1. SENIOR SENA TE: Front Row-Mike Cary DeAnn Moore, Eric Sherman, Mark N ,N Jurkowski, Row 2Courtney Hamberg, Jeanne Ballsells, Danielle Relph, Renay Q. l. Q., A Johnson, Top Row-Mike Predney, Tony Woltman, and ASB VP. Mark Ziegens Trai:-' f M ig Mr-ff - ,gs hagen. 1, 4 . 'V , T ' S., h ' 2. JUNIOR SENA TE: Front Row-Lori Nuert, Heather Pittman, Joel Warren. Row 2-Terri Huff, Dana Dubose, Nanci Drouin, Jeff Wendt. Top Row-Doug Siskowick, ASB VP. Mark Ziegenhagen. The New Life Club Spreads Friendship The New Life Club gave the opportunity for Tustin students to fellowship. They got together and met new friends who had the same interest-Jesus Christ! The most popular activity for mem- bers was going to "The Door" at Calvary Church after football games. Christians from all over got together for fun and fellow- ship. The group really grew close together. Pres.-Kelly McCormick, VP.-Katy Farney, Sec.-Kathy Shives, Tres.-Shaw- nette McKee, and Publicity-Julie Krames. Y-1 50 New Life "Senate NEW LIFE CLUB: Front RowSherylyn Baker, Tony Wolfman, Laura Fields, Tiffae ny Zastra. Row 2-Mrs. Goodman, Mr. 1 Falk, Karren Berry, Kelly McCormick, Ju- lie Hawkins, Yoko Hasagawa. Top Row- Leah Wright, Susan Tate, Kathy Shives, Shawnette McKee, Katy Farney, Julie Krames, Mike Rewers, Paul Krames, Joel Warren, Kristi Shaw, Nanci Drouin ,N Vi 3 was 1-I 1-, ,QR 4 --- 4 'IW' D 1 1 'Q of ll lf- f lx.. . 4. SOPHOMORE SENATE: Front Row: Patty Rodriguez, Suzy Jones, Mindy Siskowic. Row 2: VP Mark Zlegenhagan, Tricia Andres, Kristy Shives, Melissa Northway, Kim Ellison, Joelie Peckham, Row 3: Scott Wilbur, Mike Biard, Julie James, Sara Lundy. 5. FRESHMEN SENA TE: Front Row Joyce McLaughlin, Hiroko Hasegawa, Heather Evans, Pam Vaughm, Marla Copple, Top Row Matt Blitch, Marshall Eddy, Jennifer Kline, Lisa Golka, Stepanie Staton, and ASB VP Mark Ziegen- hagen. 4 This year the senate got involved in school activities. Every month the senate meet as one big group to go over the budget, to discuss upcoming activities, and just to let the students know what went on. The Senate helped their class officers. They helped organize tun- draisers, class dances and paint posters. This year the Senate was instrumental in helping Tustin High Tillers have a memorable year. This year all the meetings were presided by ASB Vice-President Mark Ziegenhagen. ,1- . O rf .!,yQ I l J X M, if , af!! -K H ICC Takes Leadership Inner Club Council consisted of one representative from each club and the ICC President. During the year they planed three fairs: The Tiller Fair, The Pep Fair, and The Health Fair. The clubs could sell at one of the three fairs to raise the money they needed. The clubs were free to do almost anything they want and have charters, con- stitutions and accounts on file all year long. ICC Front Row: Chris Taylor, Joy Grant Mark Jurkoski, Sang Kim, Kelly McCormick Krista Simor. Top Row Scott Wilbur, Rich- ard Schroeder, Mike Fahey, Frank Gonzalez, i 1 Y. 1-A Julia Herman, Julie Salterilli. 6 SenatefICC 51 .f '32, . -,ww X45 front row: Michael Masonet, Wendy Chang, row 2: Mike McCarthy, Kari Moe Vice-President, Sara Culver President, top row: Advisor Mr, Boucher, Quinn Millard, David Hunter rt Club The Art Club was led this year by Presi- dent Sara Culver. She and David Hunter, Michael Masonet, Wendy Chang, and Laura Rogers were among the contestants from our school to enter the Science Fiction and Fantasy art contest held in Anaheim during the month of October. I .K- ty .2 4, 'J' 5, 95 ifgd w . 43 -I .. X, ,J Wendy Chang, Michael Masonet, and David Hunter display some of their unique talent: Wendy's "Queen Elizabeth," Michael's Futuristic City, and David's "Indian Man". fig Q, r X ,. su-1 Q Y .. V' K., .- fr-1-n , F. -N -' ' :-, , I - ey Club Top row Jeff Wendt. Fourth row Brian Feld- man, Mike Fahey, Wes Causey, David Stew- art. Third row Avrum Kaufman, Joel War- ren, Mr. Al Waterman, Second row David Andrew, Doug Siskowic. Front row Richard Schroeder, Robin Negendanic, David Kauf- man ign Language Association This year was a busy one for the Sign Language Club. They had many fundraising activities. During Homecoming Week they sold sodas and Seels suckers. For Christmas pocket and poster calenders were sold. At Easter chocolate eggs were sold. The money earned was used for field trips, senior schol- arships, and the African famine drive. Students attended an interpreted performance of Hands of lt's Enemy at the Mark Taper Forum. This play then continued on Broadway. Top row Mrs. Wilson ladvisorl, Kristen Rowley, Carye Cam- bell, Julia Herman. Middle row Scott Mann, Jason Schneider, Hilda Solorzano. Front row Cherylyn Jech, Debbie Koosed, Cathy Sowa ArtfKeyfSign Language Clubs 53 3 Clubs Enjoys Life Backpacking Club- "Activity', is the word that describes the Backpack- ing Club, Climbing mountain trails to secluded camps in our local wilderness areas. Hikes in the snow and some- times in the rain. Good friendships around the Campfires. These are some of the things that get our members out on our once a month hikes. The sum- mer usually brings the traditional 50- 60 mile hike in the Sierras. This sum- mer's Sierra hike should see us going south of Mono Creek, but just north of Bishop. Connoisseur Club- The Connois- seur Club is composed of people who enjoys the finer things of life. The club's activities are attending plays, concerts, and of course dining at the area's finer establishments. 1. Backpacking Club-front row- Rod Kukla, Laura Mullenger, Mark Reider, Shannon Bales. Row 2- Sheldon Baker, Alex Black, Mr. Rolfi club advisor. 2. Rod Kukla, Alex Black, Mr. Rolfi, Don Lee, Craig Castellanet and Sheldon Baker takes a short break from the long hike. . Connoisseur Club-front row- Mark Jur- kowski, Avrum Kaufman, Wes Causey, Jeff Wendt. Top Row- Jillisa Negard, Alex Duf- fus, Heather Pittman, Joel Warren. 54 Backpacking 'Conmsseur Clubs Clubs For Strategy And The Mind g Tustin Gaming Club- We here at the Tustin Gaming Club participate in the role- playing of fantasy, science fiction, and also strategic war tactical simulations. The TGC provides for gaming, limited only by your imagination. It is also a haven for homework ditchers. Chess Club- The Tustin High School Chess Club has been active this year, as previous years, in interschool competition with Buena Park, Marina, Sunny Hills, and Villa Park High School Chess Teams. Al- though we have never been last in the stand- ings as the competition draws to a close, neither have we been first. This year we have a chance. Kim Sang has been a good president- encouraging our teams to play and to prac- tice to improve their play. Perhaps this will be Our Year! 4 4. Gaming Club-front row- Laura Rogers, Rick Barrett, David Cavalley, Hayato Ochai, David Kinder, Chris Taylor, Mike Sagan. Row 2' Mr. Taylor club advisor, John Andrews, Jason Becannon, Chris Reider, Feargus Urgunart, Tan Truong. Top Row' Chuck Dunn, Tom Humbard, Fred Royal, Steve Carri, Aarron Brown, not pictured William Weston. Chess Club-Dennis Smith, Kent Milligan, Jett Kahn, Mark Jurkowski. Top Row- Mrs. Trueblood club advisor, Steve Cundall, Mike Donalson, Steve Walter, James Brennan, Sang Kim. What Should l do?- Robert Fullmer, Steve Walter, James Brennan, Sang Kim, Trong Luu, Jay Park concentrates on their next great Strategic moves. l GamingfChess Clubs 55 56 Latin, . 2 i, . 95, Q. Top Row Ty Davis, Scott Mann, Gary Congdon, Dong Siskowic, Jim Rundle, Barbara Lynch, Jeff Cody. Row 1 Paul Equdorf, Ted Kim, Jeff Tillotson, Julia Herman, Mrs. Berry, Jill McClain, Elizabeth Halin, Shelly Dart, Aun Chung, Susan Chung, Tim Long. Row 2Suzanne Palmer, Dana Dubose, Tiffany Stewart, Paul Krames, Nadia Bogdan, Tiffany Davies, Stacy Dart, Jason Schnieder, Susan Homer, Firozeb Gruber, Carol Li. Row 3Ann Jeffreys, Joy Fuller, Susan Schrock, George Beveridge, Jeff Kiehn, Mira Cosindas, Lara Fields, Samantha Mitchell, Tami Blair, Lisa Koenes, Holly Newman. Front Row Valerie Smith, Lori Dicki. Vietnamese Club: Mr. Smith, Thuy Nguyeu, Mong Lan, Nga Bui, Kim Tran, Chau Ngyuen, Dung Le, Thuy Ngyuen, Dao Mach, Anh Ton, Uyen Vu, Hoang Vu, Quyen Tran, Chuon Anguyen, Le Nguyen, Minh Ngo, Phong Chu, Chong Le, Tricu Vu, Ngoe Phom. ure. ., 'W-,fd-was . :T 3.-5 Mr,Srn1th,Thuy Nguyeu, Mong Lan, Nga Bui, Kim Tran, Chau Ngyuen, Dung Le, Thuy Ngyuen, Dao Mach, Anh Ton, Uyen Vu, Hoang Vu, Quyen Tran, Chuon Anguyen, Le Nguyen. Minh Ngo, Phong Chu, Chong Le, Tricu Vu, Ngoe Phom. f'Vietnamese Clubs The Latin club was estab- lished at Tustin High in order to give students an opportu- nity to meet outside the class- room for social events and cultural activities. During the year the club has planned to have a banquet and a visit the Harlequin Dinner theatre to see the play "A Funny thing happened on the way to the Forum." The Latin Club, un- der the leadership of adviser Ellen Berry, is steadily be- coming one of the most fun and worthwhile clubs on cam- pus. The VIETNAMESE CLUB has sponsored ac- tivities that are related to the Vietnamese culture. For example the New Year celebration. -v... The Spanish club is a club meant to teach those of the Spanish cultures about the world. Our main goal is to gain money for trips, party's, financial aide to those who wish to pursue the language in college and to have a good time. Since the club is in it's first year, not much has been accomplished due to having to learn how to keep a club running smoothly and func' tioning at its best. So far we have done pretty well for a club just starting, but hopeful- ly the club will grow to be successful in the future. 4 Top Row Dan Conrad, Debbie Stinnet, Fernando, Row 2: Keri Yoshidu, Kathy Alves, Lisa Koenes. Front Row: Joy Grant, Wendy Wright, Rosalene Bucannon, Dione Randell, Tami Blair. Korean Club Emmie Chang, Cathy Chang, Jaeyun Cho, Chi-Sun German Club: Anne-Michelle Lonnay, Elena Schroeder, David Lavalley, Aimee Cle- Chong, ,jane Cyung, Jael-,ee Chung, Chyisfin Sung, Grace Chi, Mi venger, Heather Brown, Sheldon Baker, Susan Martin, Casper Rijnbende, Penny Martin, Erik Jahnig, Justin Brus, Anne Lee, Michelle Kiehn, Mike Anderson, Matt Blitch, Pete Papadopoulos, Rob Adkins, Tom Feuerborn, Don Glover, Fred Chang, Mr. L Smith. Kyung Kang, Caroline Chung. , 77 - it' ifbwlff 1 -342 E it .il -1 1 N 32532 e Qu' l l L- lg? 1: I Q 'f 5 E H I - ' 6 ff 'Xl ' I T2 L A fff , . - T5 Q . , ' ,f .. ' - " rf -:- " ,,-,- .L 'I , . ' Zi ' I: 'gigill ig fn, 5553 figs .- e-Eff L: f ' Is" '33, :,..--"lnm......g-- The GERMAN CLUB Is a new club this year for students interested in the German culture and language. The KOREAN CLUB Sponsors activities for the Kore- an students on this campus. SpanishfKoreanfGerman Club 57 AFS International Club AFS International promoted peace and understanding between nations and cule tures by sending students throughout the world to study. The club on campus of- fered emotional support to the exchange students who studied here, at Tustin High. Their goal was to have fun. They have been to Magic Mountain, and had the AFS day at Knottis, They are also planning to go ice skating and watch the filming of a television show, The exchange students here at Tustin High are very special and will not be forgotten. The members of the AFS Clubg Front row: Ann-Mi- chelle Lonnay, Sara Rudolf, Leslie Wuco, Holly Abreu, Dana Rott, Tasha Yules, Yuko Clark, Rosalie Moreno, Hop Pham. Second row: Elana Schroeder, Meghan Abella, Tara Grant, Kristen McDanIels, Minal-co Konno. Third row: Betsy Nelson, Brenda Barry, Essi Sau- dainen, Susan Reimenschneider, Debbie Stinnett, Alli- son Shipley, Fernando Salas, Cathy Alves, Keri Yo- shida, Wendy Wright, Susan Homer. Fourih row: Mr. Spivey, Dan Conrad, Victor Yan, Jon Marr, Mark Jur- kowski. -P W I ll? xQ 'SEX' Al A ' 2 1 Jugglers Nancy Wilson and Owen Morse show their special talent to the students at an assembly. fJugglers Clubs OCA Tustin l-ligh's Speech and Debate Teams have always done very well. This year was no different. The follow- ing is a partial list ot the awards they won this year. SWEEPSTAKES A WARDS lst Novice Tournament lst Novice Tournament lst Varsity Tournament INDIVIDUAL AWARDS 1st8r 2nd Places ,Extemporaneous Speaking lst, 2nd, 4th, Sz 5th places Impromptu Speaking lst Place LincolnfDouglas Debate 1st,r2nd, 8: 4th places Student Congress 2nd place CoastSavings Bill of Rights The 1984 J unior-Senior Orange County Aca- demic Decathlon was held on November 17 at Foothill High School. The Tillers chalked up impressive scores to finish in fourth place for the regular team and first place for the alter- nates. The team's coach, Bob Boies, along with members of the 1984 team formed the first OCAD Club. The club was formed to support the students who have participated in OCAD, as well as those students who are only interest' ed in finding out more about the club and the actual competition. The members ot the 1984 OCAD Team are, Front row: V Kelly Ames, Christine Larson, Laura Siegle, Anna Lee. Row 2: Coach Bob Boies, Kirsten Hill, Susan Chung, Pame- fl ' la Stevenson, Ann Chung, Top row: Taylor Stacey, Kara V X , 7 Kerns, Julie Spellman, and Drew Wetherholt. ' f ' if Debate The members of the 1984-1985 Speech and Debate Team: Bottom row: Mary Spellman, Kim Le, Chau Nguyen, Thuy Nguyen, Laura Seigle, Christine Larson, Kirsten Hill, Craig Castellanet, Don Lee, Fred Chang. Middle rowg Marshall Eddy, James Brenan, Vincent Biagiotti, Julie Spellman, Kara Kerns. Top rowg Won Choi, Jason Buchanan, Eric Steinmeyer, Jeff Alexander, Richard Schroeder, Carson Kay. SCHOLARS CLUB: Row I: Richard Schroeder, President. Row 2: Alan Hatanaka, Frank Lee, Hahn Do, Won Choi, Chris Larson, Melissa Solomon, Sooyeon Woo, Sang Kim, Steve Lee. Row 3: Dan Crawford, Mark Teal, Jin Lee, Carson Kay, Vincent Biagiotti, Dottie Snyder, Susan Homer, Greg Jackson. Row 4: Bryon Nuzzo, Eric Steinmeyer, James Brennan, Kara --a-..... -14 'Wi 1 oil Scholars flu b, Nlocti LN Kerns, Mrs. Genevieve Koerner, Advisor Model U.N. And Scholars Club Use Their I-leads. The Model U.N. is a replica of the real United Nations in New York. Students par- ticipate in actual conferences by represent- ing nations and trying to solve world prob- lems through discussion and negotiation. One learns the inner workings of the United Nations and international diplomacy. The Scholars Club is a social club for students who excel in academics. As such, it helps develop scholars socially as well as intellec- tually. The club's activities, however, are not limited to do social things. They do things for the community as well as the school as well. Model UN- FRONT ROW:Mark Jurkowski, Mr. Rolfi, Rich ard Schroeder. ROW 2: Robin Minuskin, Chris Larson James Brennan, Jeff Alexander, Kathleen Thomas, Valerie Koines. TOP ROW: Vincent Biagodi, Kristen Hill, Robby Ashlock, John Marr. LETTERMENS CLUB- Phil Wamrin, John Colon, Mark Ziegenhagen, Dar- ren Webster, Greg Santori, Kenny Lynch, Eric Sherman, Coach Carberry. Row 2: John Duff, Jim Viglione, Bob Sorcabal, Todd Nelson, Bret McEwen, Jeff Cody, Peter Chiampas, Ted Holt, Mike Mazowicki, Steve Polley. Top Row: Tom Wilker, John Ashman, Kel- ly Ryan, Chris l-lord, John Lundy, Joe Kovac, Steve Marsh, Shawn Perria, Kent Katnick, Dave Pellitier, Bill Rieter, Mike Predney, Jim O'Connell, Greg Kossak, Darren Puckett, and Gary Congdon, Not pictured Pat He- garty, Kirby Piazza. Letterrnen's Club And CSF Show Their Pride Letterman 's Club-This was the first year for the Let- termenls Club on campus. The purpose of the club was to be of service and a credit to the school at all times by promoting and practicing good sportsmanship on all athletic teams. They also help support all varsity sports on campus. These guidelines were carried out by all members of the club as agreed upon by the VARSITY COUNCIL consisting of Mark Ziegenhagen, Kirby Piaz- za, Kelly Ryan, Pat Hegarty, and Darren Webster. CSF-The purpose of CSF is to reconize and promote academic excellence. Students must apply for member- ship each semester and are only eligible with a minimum of three A's and one B in academic work. Seniors who have been members of the club for four of the last six semesters become "Sealbearers" and are recognized for their acheivements at graduation. Service activities in- clude a tutoring referral list, and a fund raiser for Seal- bearer scholarships. Social activities include CSF night at Disneyland, a regional conference of CSF'ers in the spring at Long Beach. CSF CLUB: Front Row Mark Teal, Chris Larson, Mark Jurkovvski, Laura Siegle. Row 2 Courtney Harnberg, Sang Kim, Mike Anderson. Top Row James Brennan, Jeff Alexander, Mike Cary, Steve Lee, Laura Carter, and Dot Snyder. X -Y, ---V ,, s 4 K CSFfLetterman's Club 61 13' - ,gm Irv, 1 1. Concert choir performs in Tustin s little the- ater in a concert with Dana Hills High, Front Row: Kerin Berry, Diane Tal, Tononya Stanton, Denise Gastelun, Kim Thompson, Charity Mackey, Candy Belton Top Row: Cheri Belton, Jeniller Smith. Ronda Riley, Ken Pulley, Michelle Lewandowski, Nicole Brown, Tina Ramirez, Marlene Sangalang, 2. The stage band entertains Tustin High students at the annual Christmas assembly. Front Row: John Marr, Julian Shea, David Lee, Justin Arnold Row 2: Chris Pace. Howard Yard Top Row: Tom Wieclemann, Jeniffer Morison, Kevin Bently, John Robinson, Greg Nelson, Joe Zamora 3. Ken Nowak, choir director, performs with the choir t a multischool concert. Front Row: Tononya Stanton, Cheri Belton How 2 Denise Gastelun Top Row: Ronda Riley, Ken Nowak. 4. Kerin Berry sings a solo as Greg Kirby accompanies her on the piano. 5. The LCA fllm club. Steve Fisher, Frank Gonzalez, Peter Papadepoulos lpresideml, Jan Beveridge, James Eyre laclvisorl. 6. The Thespian club. Front Row: Mark Cirigliano, Laura Mullenger, Brendan Talley lpresidentl, Kelly Donaldson. Row 2: Tiffany Smith, Ann Jarvis, Kerin Berry. Paige Pierce, Jamie Miller, Misty Shrode Top Row: Laura Frazier, Tammy Burrer, Kim Webb, Lisa Ros-:man ladvisorl. S U ...., i. ,ul 1 li: . 5 Ut :IrnrIQ haricls Um Mft, bt. hmhln l fl, . 'i'V'o'f'f. it-liar, .,,,, . I I-t t:i.ft,le3,,i, ,hill l N l xi., , M ,,m, X ll ll H ll "M" lilart yi i,,,,1 .,t ,,,.t.mM ,rms " ' li -'I sh-ill part f Q L ass ol 4, R Xi' 1' Z1 t. u 1 N t sqf' Mauof' .4 ,- wr 1 N 1 2 I sq, 1,-i f rr f f --v-Y .,N.. ii Excell 6 ,Corgoert Choir Music events for this years concert choir have included an exe ,changefconcenttwith Dana Hills High School, the annual music departments ,mChristmaslconcert, two Christmas concerts at Enderle Center, and a spring concert. i l lnaddition toschool and local concerts, the choir has competeclin several music l festivalsthroughout the year. T g l ' ,Stage Band Stage baridhas, competed in several local jazz festivals which were: 'Mtn San Antonio College, Fullerton College, Orang Cost College, and Cal. y,E Poly, Pomona, The Stage band has also competed in the renown Reno f ' f International Jazz Festival, located in Reno, Nevada. School con' certsincluded the Christmas assembly, the annual music depart- ment Christmas concert and a jazz concert with special guest artist, Gary Fuster: f l.CAFilm Club ln the LCA club, they are exploringthe meth- ods of making movies and the skills involved. This includes lighting, editing, and script writing. The LCA club made a film called 6'The Freshmen", this year. Theyuse Srnrng film. y Thespian Club The thespiansmias well as the other partici- pantsin drama, engaged in a number of ,dramatic competif T tionsin which representatives from' many different schools competed for awards, These college festivals were not at all unlike sports events. This years major play was "Dorft ' Drink The Waterf, lt was a magnificent success. In May, there was 4 plays, directed and produced by students. These plays and the performers in them were judged in I various categories such as best actor, best actress, and best play. The judges of these 'iacademy awards" are 5 theatre professionals, teachers and graduates. The awards banquet was at the end of May. Stage BandfConcert Choirfl.CA ClubfThespians 63 Don't Drink The Water Tustin High School,s Theatre Arts department presented Woody Allenls brilliant comedy, DON'T DRINK THE WATER, on December 6, 7, 8, 1984 at the Tustin High Little Theatre. DON'T DRINK THE WATER is a cascade of comedy that takes place inside an American embassy somewhere behind the iron curtain. An American tourist, a catere by trade, and his family rush into the embassy just ahead of the Communist police who suspect them of spying, But, alas, the refuge is not what it's cracked up to be, and the events that followed were filled with non-stop laughter and hilarity. 1. A Scene from Don't Drink The Water included lbelowl: Tamie Burrer, Mike Carrano, Susan Toice, Joylynn Williamson, Pagie Pierce, Micheal Richards, Kelley Donaldson, Brendan Talley, Laura Mullenger, Karen Berry, and Matt Wenble. i l 9069 0000 A- 00000 0060000010-i ' -Agpnnn O00 0000000 '0040 ' 00000001 - 6AA4"" all i E1 ,- ht ,IL ,Y X: " , 5 - , I ,.,.k 3. Janine Tidman "Or l could attempt the biggest mass conversion in history." 04 Dont Drink The Water 1 1 i . JAMIE MILLER-Susan Hollander BRIAN FELDMAN-Axel Magee BRENDAN TALLEY-Walter Hollander 5 Cb 4, Mark Cirigliano-Mr. Kilroy Brian Feldman-Axel Magee "Your mother should have known better than to leave someone in charge who had been asked to leave a continent!" 5, Brendan Talley4Walter Hollander Laura Mullenger-Marion Hollander Scott Wilburelirojack 6. 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The 1984 Tillers football team was the first Tustin team to begin century league play with a 4 - O record. Leading the team to victory this year was fullback Darren Webster. Darren was at the top of the rushing statistics for Orange County throughout the entire season. Quarterback Pat Hagerty was also at the top of the passing charts for Orange County. This year five Tillers, Mark Ziegenhagen, Willy Thomas, Kirby Piazza, Tom Wilker, and Darren Web- ster were named to the first team all league. Six Tillers were also named to second team all league, Joe Kovac, John Ashman, Pat Hagerty, Shawn Per- eria, Dave Pellatier, and Sean Quinn. This is the most Tiller players to be given all league honors in Tustin football history. These players along with many oth- ers have brought respect back to Tustin Football! - Opponent I l 2 ! QS V1 s tt Football ,sb , 3. 'K f fr 1 W .f. 'Why M 3 P a 3 W H Fullback Darren Webster looks for open area in the Foothill game. Jim Viglione 47577 and Mark Ziegenhagen 77544 stop Canyon's offense, Quarterback Pat Hagerty 7957 calls the signals for the Tustin Tiller's offense. Z A Bill Reiter and Mike Rewers chase down a Santa Ana back for the Tiller defense. if7 Pat Hagerty, Quarterback for the Tillers throws his team to Victory! Pat Hagerty rolls out of the pocket to look for his receivers. 444 Mark Ziegenhagen gets his punt away with no problem. Varsity Football 69 I Anclch 81 Co 6-4 1. DUMP PASS- All County tight end Sr co-captain Kirby Piazza makes another one of his many receptions against Villa Park. Tustin ended up losing their first game of the season 22-O. 2. TILLER "D"- The Tustin defense sparked by All Coun- ty co-captain Mark Ziegenhagen was well known for very vicious hitting. 3. PASS ATTACK- Strong safety and second team All Leaguer Sean Quinn almost knocks down this pass from the Santa Ana quarterback. Tustin went on to defeat Santa Ana 17-7 in a game which ended in a bench clearing brawl. 4. "P.A.T. "- Phil Waimrin kicks one more of his 33 points this year. He was 21 for 23 on PAT's and kicked 4 field goals. 5. FIRST YARDAGE- Tim Hollinger sees most of his first yards as a running back in his first varsity year as a sophomore in a game that Tustin blows out Orange 28- 9. 6. TOUCHDOWN- All Leaguer Darren Webster dives over for another score in the first half of the Canyon game where Tustin manhandled them till halftime by a score of 16-0. Canyon fought back to score 27 unan- swered second half points to defeat the Tillers 27-23. VARSITY FOOTBALL- lstarting from top right going counter-clockwisel Darren Webster, Steve Marsh, Jim Vig- lione, Beny Meza, Mike Larkin, Damian Loo, Todd Nelson, Mark Ziegenhagen, Sean Pereira, Dave Pelletier, Bob Sor- cabol, Chris Hord, Mike Mazowiecki, Phil Wamrun, Sean Quinn, Dave Juarez, Joe Kovac, Thad Hogan, John Duff, Gary Congdon, Tom Wilker an-I H 3 ,f 1 I 1 -Q . '- J A Xg -X 1, f 1' S-1? 'RQ E- swmsx N X A '1 ' t g gi" sig 1.-ss X A X f ' - X Q X -X 325 . tssff Lf i sf X if - :X XX so me F ffssf Q - 4- X fb QE N p A X C ' i L k t. is X5X V3 XX , X sz, Q - t-. X w - --x , as is- . X - sf ' I A S .- X A - ,.- ' . X , X - X -wt - r X- ,Xx , X X X X -C X X YfYA Y i L 5 X Q. X x X s 5 9 9' 4 f' E. Q x we X xg N A Q-' ,X Q J' X I ss 5 ' REQ, fi Rf! ef JN I 6 TH5 PLAYERS OF THE GAME , RANCHO ALAMITOS , WOODBRIDGE . IRVINE A SA VALLEY , VILLA PARK , ORANGE . FOOTHILL . SANTA ANA . CANYON . EL MODENA DARREN WEBSTER MARK ZIEGENHAGEN JOHN DUFF PAT HEGARTY KIRBY PIAZZA MARK ZIEGENHAGEN WILLY THOMAS JEFF CODY GARY CONGDON none awarded VARSITY FOOTBALL- lstarting from top left going clockwisel John Ashman Jim Hoffman Dave Lee Mike Rewers Brett McEwen Bill Reiter, Pete Chiampas Greg Kossak Mark Huff Joe Snyder Willy Thomas Tim Hollinger Jeff Cody, Kent Katnik, Pat Hegarty John Colon Mgr. Brad Pollard vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs Brian Covey, Kirby Piazza, C,J. Mills, John Lundy, Kelly Ryan, be 5 X x . -N R Q .. .-Ll-"'9ff1' ' 23" " A ' ' fi X t ,N X X . X. --,gb M55 ,Q SQ' J' or 'Mt 's "Lawn ' A Q NX sg XXX .NX SN F so X w- Xksxzis fi-I sit an E ,,,.. X X x, , 3 If , f r f i JAEEX X A -s. .f r D- ' ' ' K if X rw, 9 ,R if XX i 2? f 'W I I ,- rw 15: ,iyr v X 4' r .X t 'F -.1 -A 1 . V ,X gf" 2' Q fl ' ! AX T i Z' X U.-y -. V '1 J it 1 wk QL I ,. 'L E Q 2,2 ff' 4 ,lf 3.1 t MQIX, K I i Varsity Football 7 1 Frosh Soph Football Building For Success The Sophomore Football team had an impres- sive season under first year coach Tony Wyatt. The Tillers came in 2nd in league. Tustin had big victorys over Elmo, Santa Ana, and Canyon. Tus- tin played Foothill great the whole game before losing 7-3. This Offensive group is led by Chris Tomczak, Mike Macias, Dave Patsone, and Tim Russell. The Defensive group is led by Dale Koerber, Brain Hardin, Kevin Hungerford, and Shawn Reagin. The Sophomores are ready to move up to the Varsity level and keep the winning tradition going. This year's Freshmen Football Team completed one of the most successful seasons on record with a 7-2 record. Five of those nine games were won by shutout. The Team was led by Team Captains Jim Russell and Jeff Dart. Outstanding Individuals on Offense were: Dane Machado, Jim Russell, Tony Cena, Marshall Eddy, Kevin Villar, Rob Bal- dwin, and Scott Pulaski. Defensive standouts . ,WM Chris Gankema Eric Beniamin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin FRESHMEN SCORES Rancho Alamitos Woodbridge Valley Foothill Santa Ana Valley Foothill Santa Ana San Clemente SOPH. SCORES Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Tustin Z - Woodbridge Irvine Valley Villa Park Orange Foothill Santa Ana Cang, on - - Elmo were: Jeff Dart, Jason Miley, George Menges, 1 1 - 1 - - 1 - -- l4 7 14 17 H 26 12 25 H 14 13 Kilt 6 ,W 5aMwmm.m Z Q N Jim Russell drops back to pass against Valley. The Tiller defense swarms the ball carrier. Tim Linehan looks for an opening outside. Mike Macias runs upthe middle for big yardage, SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row, Paul Krames, Brady Pal- merino, Chris Tomczak, Kevin Hungerford. 2nd row, Tim Kotlar, Mike Hoffman, Walt McMahon, John Daly, Mike Macias, Dave Palma, Jose Soto. 3rd row, Mike Audet, Mike Biard, Tim Linehan, Eric Henry, Tom Kotlar, Dave Schlemmer, Jeff Love, Brian Hardin.Top row, Tim Russell, Dave Patsone, Dale Koerber, Head Coach Tony Wyatt, Coach Steve Meier, Shawn Reagin, Mark Ropele. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL TEAM Front row, Kevin Kitchein, Anthony Eden, Mike Marchain, Billy Hargrove. 2nd row, Eric Plummer, Trini Franca, Craig Morrison, Rusty Tolton, George Menges, Brad Cantrell, Kelley Murphy. 3rd row, Sok Hong, Dean Quintana, Matt Brown, Mike Brcthour, Quentin Williams, Lani Machado, Doug Thorpe. 4th row, Ron Thacker, Jason Lee, Rob Baldwin, Damian Moreno, Lonnie Wong, Scott Pulaski, Tom Kovac. 5th row, Jim Hein, Tony Cena, Roy Arteaga, Keith Haney, Jason Miley, Corey Moore, Chris Gankema, Phil Foglesong, Mark Leiter. 6th row, Kevin Villar, Todd Tardiff, Brian Mckinnon, Steve Pereira, Sean Guthridge, Jeff Dart, Matt Blitch, Rob Upchurch, 7th row, Jason Lavin, Keith Motham, Keivin Kim, Marshall Eddy, Richard Shaffer, Eric Benjamin, Kirk Hall, Jim Russell, 8th row, Tony Aiello, Coach Al Water- man, Coach Al Rosmino, Coach Dick Stevenson, Phil Morgan. FroshfSoph Football 73 Girl's Cross Country takes lst place at Orange County Cham- pionships! This year's Girl's Varsity Cross Country Team contin- ued a tradition of excellence. They breezed to the Cen- tury League title and ran their dual meet win streak to 20 in a row. A 31 point win over Foothill capped the League Final win and the girls then continued with a 2nd place finish at CIF Prelims and a 6th place overall finish at CIF 4A Division Finals. Another one of their accom- plishments were in taking lst place at the Orange Coun- ty Championships. Individually, the team was paced by Laurie Reider and Donna Fleagle. Both girls were selected to the lst Century All League Team. Laurie, a Sophomore, was also selected lst All Orange County Team and Donna, a Senior, making 2nd All Orange County Team. Contributing to the success of the team were the following athletes. Kelly Mc Cormick, Sr., Lisa Dilger, Sr. Katy Farney, Sr., Shannon Augustine, Jr., and Mi- chelle Guenette, Soph. This was a second straight League Championship for the Girl's Junior Varsity Team, including the first 5 places in League Finals. Also included were J.V. Cham- pionships at Woodbridge Invitational, Dana Hills lnvita- tional, and Orange County Championships, while a se- perate Sophomore Team won Sweepstakes Honors at Mt. SAC. League Opponent Var. J.V. 74 Cross Country ' 4-7 M , ,. A 4 km ' rw . ,- 549 , , ,, , , ci , r .,,, , 145. X X 'JY 4 ' i ee 4' Q , Q J' t f--.. :.:'f:' ,J Mft, ,, eff' 2 5 , 3, jf , rzzpfgg I, ' V ' , X, A., an 1 r w? , . nz, In H, iygif ' ,A vy , ,. ,Q ' J 'V , ' I 5 , ,, Q f , :QA-All u Z ' W L f ,4 ,, I .. , . M 'J ' ,rmwgf ,V , ..wM"W ' Q23 f . r I V, Q, Y ,mf I M ,f , , , ,M . 0 ,Q jp , Q W I X l ' 5 ,4 4 ff' r Z ff J ' Z 4 sf A f gin 2 Q A V! ,q , f if 7 rf ' X f 74' f , 1, uf ,I .1 A1255 ,913 ' f , 2 2. fy V, ' 4 I jzixj .A I I , z. 17? LT V X . J If E N. f ' 'Wh' Z, V , ,Q X X f f ' l ,f . 2 4 , , ,g I Q , , I, I 'ffm' lrfl I ff-MSI' I ., , ,,,',,. A., xv., Tillers running their way to another win. Tillers, Lisa Dilger, Donna Fleagle, and Laurie Reider lead the pack on the home course of Tustin High. Suzanne Palmer and Kerin Berry keep up the tradition of Tustin's winning streak. Varsityfront row,' Laurie Reider, Katy Farney, Kelly McCormick, Donna Fleagle, Kerin Berryg Second Row: Michelle Guenette, Suzanne Palmer, Lisa Dilger. Shannon Augustine, Val Smith, Coach Tom Coffey. C Tustin Varsity wins again with all seven across. Junior Varsity- Front Row, Nicole Bartolomucci, Cathy Pittaway, Kristy Cle- venger, Mindy Siskowic, Traci Crosby, Anna Brace, Sherry Drake, Beth Adams, Janet Vallanceg Second Rowg Stacy Meza, Joanne Harris, Michelle Lewandowski, Teresa Gsuna, Kristin Augustine, Kathy Shives, Jennifer Wilhelm, Coach Tom Coffeyg Top Rowg Coach Sean Kelly, Tammy Fairbanks, Michele Ropele, Dana Hart, Coach Rick Falk, Carrie Freeman, Kristi Shives, Tiffany Stewart. Tustin's J.V. girls dominate in the dual meet against Orange. Cross Country 75 - -- - 3-4 2-5 4-3 t Box Cross Country Tiller Cross Country Rises Through Strenuous Competition! With hard work and dedication the Boy's Varsity Cross Country Team improved a great deal this year. The team finished the season in 4th place in ClF's toughest league. Coach Tom Coffey felt that this was his hardest working team ever with good attitudes from top to bottom. The Boy's Junior Varsity worked very hard this year, but the lack of depth hurt them as a team. The Boy's FroshfSoph capped their season by win- ning the League Final meet by 20 points over their nearest rival. Because of some early season losses they finished second overall by V2 point to El Modena. The Sophomore Team also competed in the overall Cham- pionship at the Orange County Championships. League Opponent Varsity JV FXS El Modena Santa Ana Foothill Villa Park - - - - Canyon W W Valley Orange Varsity-Front Row, Kent Milligan, Steve Waltner, Dan Barrett, Dennis Smith, Second Row, Coach Tom Cof- fey, Rodney Stone, Steve Cundall, Mike Donaldson, Jeff Wright, Coach Sean Kelly. Don Glover, David Gilbody, and Rich Brethour pull the lead on yet another race, Way Ahead-Steve Waltner runs for Tustin High. Junior Varsity-Front Row, Alfredo Gutierrez, Second, Jose Ortega, Top Row, Coach Sean Kelly, Craig Spring- er, Geoff Lancaster, Gerry Meras, Coach Rick Falk. Craig Springer, Mike Donaldson, and Dennis Smith lead the race against Orange. Mike Donaldson in the lead with a runner from Orange, FroshfSoph- Front Row, Ken Reid, Tan Truong, Keith McChesney, James Harris, Hao Huong, Steve Gurrola, Jeff Little, Tom Manzella, Second Row, Darrell Miller, Vince Berry, Bret Fairbanks, Mark Dubose, Dave Gil- body, Rich Brethour, Rob Waltner, Tim Long, Kwi Kim, Top Row, Coach Rick Falk, Andrew Morse, John Walk- er, Eric Hook, Alex Mate, Coach Sean Kelly, Don Glov- er, Dave Healy, Coach Tom Coffey 6 77 Revenge Of The Squids The THS water polo team enjoyed another successful season this year. The Tillers made their fourth consecu- tive playoff appearance in addition to ranking in the top 10 in CIF for most of the season. The 12-12 overall record becomes more impressive when one realizes that 17 of the 24 games played were against ClF,s top 10 teams. The Tillers also finished runner up in the Villa Park classic. Tustin Opponents EL MO SA VALLEY VILLA PARK FOOTI-llLL SANTA ANA o"X - - ORANGE - Q 16 2 CIF 11 13 ,, .f-av , .125 5-, - 47" ' 9-', "md ,,,,s.... ,Y . L... W xxx. . ........a1x.,,":-..-.. . , 1.1 'l 3 5.5.1 - 'CF E-:QQ v. 6 im!! 'il 'if if? ' I -fx,-.r A "tg ' . , ,1 Wx. It ,F . any wsu - , A ' 4 - 4-. .Asffzuit L. .L -- A ' ' , - IN V , K " -, 1' ?:i - , Aff Q. A flbggg ,, .g :Zig ' gif, ,A - V - f 'A Uv -. Wirth 1 V' A .um , ' 4 , , . s, . I I , . ant ,520 4- ,...,. gmipxiq JL- K Q - .K . I H: - gv--ff I 'f X k " "fx Ugg, --fl i - lg , HQ.,-A Mgkgsrf' M". ...-..,..4,,..,1 ,.,. - 'P' ' 'D' L f .,..L .,,.aJ1.::.s... ' r,,,..?'4,rfl....J.1,. -or Vince Greenlee, makes an attempt to score. With a look of determination, Dan Smoot gets ready to score. Beau Mercurio blocks his opponent. David Hunter swims out of reach from his oppo- nent. Looking for a teammate, John Heckencamp gets ready to pass the ball. Varsity Waterpolo Team-Top Row-Dan Smoot, John Heckencamp, Geoff Howard, Beau Mer- curio, Coach Phillpot. Middle Row- Mark Denny, Bill Shapiro, Vince Greenlee, Greg Waters, Doug Siskowic. Bottom Row- Todd Nugent, Jon Auf- denburg, Kevin Leinbach, David Hunter. Varsity Waterpolo 79 J.V. Polo Strives For More. The Tl-IS Frosh-Soph and Junior Varsity teams showed the future to be bright for water polo. The 12-4 Frosh-Soph team were co league champs with Santa Ana Valley while the Junior varsity compiled a 7-4 record. Both teams benefitted from a strong Bronze medal finish in the National Junior Glympics held in Florida last summer. The experience was in part responsible for a successful year on all 3 levels 51 Q Ulf Tustin Opponent league F Valley El Modena Foothill Orange Villa Park Canyon - - - an - - Xforfeit -. ' X NM Y 1Kv""'-" X' V' 'Q-Qftifmcip X, ,X K . xr V xt, kxrx 4 .4 'REQ b1ks's,. -As' x, ,- 4 Q- ,,,,'x,- of v. s , A., ,hw--f - K r hulk v M? r A 'K 9 r X ,h fm. M . 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Mike Sagan struggles to help the Tillers conquer the knights. 5 Water Polo 81 Teams Gain Valuable Experience The 1984 season began with young inexperienced but hard working girls forming the Varsity and Junior Varsi- ty teams. As the girls gained confidence and experience they were able to hold their own against tough rivals. Leading the team, were captains Deann Moore and Jenny Wright, playing all season as the number one doubles team. Also playing Varsity-doubles were Suzy Jones with partner Julie James, and Tracy Hoover and Jami Gallaway. Freshman players Bridgett Rundle and Carrie Sisel led the Varsity singles by playing the number one and two positions. As first year players, they will certainly be an asset to the team as they gain more experience. Sharing the number three singles spot were Jennifer Kim a returning Junior played and returning sophomore Lori Collins. The Junior Varsity doubles were Jennifer Wade, Joanne Eagan, Sara Lundy, Jenny Mumenthaler, Mi- chelle Kiehn and Firozeh Gruber. Single players were Nancy Drouin, a returning Junior, Terri Huth playing number two and Sooyeon Woo number three. Receiving awards at the team banquet were Deann Moore-Coaches Award, Jenny Wright-Varsity most valuable and Julie James-Varsity most improved. The Junior Varsity most valuable player award was given to Nancy Drouin and the most improved award to Jennifer Wade. 13 "Ogg QL5 X TH5 VARSITY OPPONENT Westminister Laguna Hills Woodbridge Valley Canyon Santa Ana Villa Park Orange Foothill El Modena Santa Valley Canyon 5 Villa Park 13 8 Orange 10 4 Foothill 14 9 9 ,. ,gg-.fa-,ff-:v1--w-N Y Ai v n F . - Q 'wan wi' vi' '?"4 ,wh Ms..-awk ,au Mu ,,,,v 'v Gb? 'T I 'Z A tr mx fir I Tit .3-f 32 TLJL1 :'1-.:f:.:1'2,,,- ---Q ' "+"'1" ".2-1-ff X' mr -mfg Q Tix ... I.. -Q Q, E l"- iii' in .- -- xsma-4-Apaufv-vw ,emu Aiwa n-Donn' migwjwd 02 Q.- QQNQAQL ffu4+ rn: 1 , V.-F Us JM. K . -.N-,W 'wr Q. -A-A -., N "N nw. , ,. I Qgozqzqlqar xqanl-za, 'a1iv,ys.w lg, -, '2- ,, Y ,,f WML: 'xv - .145 ,,-4 ' .M 45' 1? Q. .1 ...-,.,., ,M KV! M -f -J 1.12 'frma 'f' ' A 2 - Q - l - - - - Varsity nd Jr Varsity olleyball Teams Reach A New High In 1984, our Tustin High Varsity Volleyball Team finished third place in the Savanna Tournament which was the best finish in Tustin's history. Outstanding defensive player was Ann Jefferies, and our outstand- ing offensive players was Kim Collins. Most important player was Leora Callaghan. Co-captains of our 1984 team were Shelli Tolton and Sonya Lee. Sonya Lee and Kim Collins were also honored as All League Players. The Tustin High Jr. Varsity Volleyball Teamls league record was 11-3. They tied for first place in the Century League. Outstanding defensive player was Monica Cantrell and outstanding offensive player was Trish Webb. Most improved player was Jennifer Netherwood, and our most inspirational player was Shana Geivet. Volleyball Teams Score T H S Opponent El Modena SA Valley Canyon Villa Park Foothill SA Valley El Modena Canyon Santa Ana JV Team 11 3 Santa Ana va im fb f l V i t a J D' .,:, , ,.,, , , q -1 . ., i' J A J ' 1 " . We ' V r if as l J J J ' ' " Meer l ' ' iii" J : J sf ' 1 51? 'N' 6' st Vik X , N- ., K 1 mx X XXX 3 slit N QQ X gs, W , X X 'X Q Y it f SH it a Y f Y. . s S ft 2 1, Q f Q 1? X " ' X is E s. -2, xv 1 tg X5 W 5 Q ,Y X A ., if X ax x x , is x , E :K Q M . td X XC ,, in, " wiv g gl ' aus. 5 fl' X 5 Q D, .. x Q af' .- ,w 'Ulf . wt is C ' gr N S X wi s X xx-L, X65 9 'ai K X x 'S 33 W X E 2 95 3 X a- 'Q L'-9 . .3 fs I is 'A N .X X, X 'L X 5 is hub Q ' I., S an ff ' , X is , . x :J - Ixx .i X Xvs Q-xxx Q Xt' 9 Sw K 'if' X N E ' i l 5 lf? l ll f' Monica Cantrell drills the ball to Santa Ana Varsity Volleyball left to right- Shelli Tolton, Laura Mullenger Dorene Haver Leora Cal- laghan Sonya Lee Susan Homer Melissa Hur- ich lmanagerl Mrs. Ross lcoachl Heather Dear- den fmanagerl Dottie Snyder Krista Brown, Yoko Hasegawa Kim Collins Ann Jeffries Ro- byn Relph Kim Collins spikes the ball over the net Michelle Barry sets the ball for a win J, V, Volleyball front row: left to right- Monica Cantrell Julie Lockwood 2nd row: left to right Penny Martin Kristin Vogt Tricia Andres Miss Shaffer lcoachl Christy Snaddt Stacey Bales, Liz Baity top row: left to right- Heather Dearden, Jennifer Netherwood Michelle Barry Diane Pantoja Shana Geivet Trish Webb Melissa Hur- ich lmanagerl Ann Jeffries and Kim Collins congratulate each other on a superb win Tillers Stand Tall The 1984-85 Varsity Basketball team had an average height of 6'2" per person and had six players over 6'3". lt is almost incredible that the Tillers only won three games in league. The Tillers were 8 and 11 in league and 8 and 17 over all. High points in the Tiller season were the two victories over Villa Park and the forfeit by Canyon. Another Tiller high point was when the varsity team lost the first Foothill game but without a doubt won the confrontation. One Tiller stand out was Steve Gauer. Steve averaged close to 20 points per game and is receiving a scholarship to Chapman College. Although the Tillers suffered a very frustrating season, they never gave up. They always played to the final second of every game. 1 Varsity Basketball: Front row, Mike O'Brien, Kevin Anderson, Ron Vestiel, Richard Boyce, Top Row, Kirby Piazza, Steve Gauer, Mike Predney, John Duff, Gordon Lay, Joe Kovac. 2 UP UP AND AWA Y, Kevin Anderson gets a break away basket against El Modena. Ii Dr JIKQ, H22 Joe Kovac takes the baseline against El Modena. 4 POWER, Joe Kovac 422 will not be denied a basket. 5 ABOVE THE REST, Mike Predney 335 is above all others in the Villa Park game. ti JUMP, Steve Gauer 5331 gets the tip for T.H.Si 7 TO QUICK, 312 Scott Earshal gets a quick pass away. 8 AMAZED, Kirby Piazza sits in amazement when Corden Lay dribbles by. 0 MUSCLE, Kirby Piazza uses some football muscle to put one in for T.H.S. 8-17 So Varsity Basketball tro Q 4 X5 1 as 'Q ' i' j 2 ,f' 1u . ,ax W ar., f ' . .xy V l J Lv I Q ,HIST lk 35 O 4 v 5 6 I , , . ,S U . X y . we 1. s 1 fi gif! 7 yifin in xi NY ,x,.. Nr. a Q M . A.. N4 m Lady Tillers Have A Fine Season The Lady Tiller Basketball team finished the season with a fine 14-11 record, The Tillers enjoyed two suc- cessful pre-season tournaments at Savanna and Costa Mesa. At Savanna, the posted a 2-2 record with an impressive victory over highly touted Mission Viejo, a team Tustin hadn't beaten in five years. Then, the fol- lowing week, the Tillers won the consolation champion- ship at Costa Mesa with a 74-38 victory over Saddle- back. ln league, the Tillers finished third while winning 9 games and losing 5. 14-11 Tustin Opponents Brea Tournament Fullerton El Modena El Dorado Savanna Tournament La Quinta lrvine Mission Viejo Edison Costa Mesa Tournament Mark Keppel Costa Mesa Saddleback League Foothill Valley 31 Canyon Santa Ana Villa Park Orange Foothill El Modena Valley Canyon Santa Ana Villa Park - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 48 TWO- in 1 I I Are Nicole Lind and Courtney Hamberg practicing bal- let or playing basketball? Varsity Girl's Basketball Team- Front Row: Julie Elrod, Trisha Andres, Meghan Abella, Susan Homer. Middle ROW! Joy Fuller, Dee Snyder, Nicki Lind, Krista Woods, Ann Jeffries. Top Row: Courtney Hamberg, Diane Predney, Lisa Vining, Kara Kerns, Regina Daily. Coaches: Rich Prospero and Margaret Ramondetti. Trisha Andres dribbles down the court. Courtney Hamberg shows good defense. Ann Jefferies shoots for two! Two more points! Diane Predney sinks a goal. Girls Varsity Basketball 89 Boys And Girls J. . Show What They've Got SU' .qnni""""- Y..-unllf' .i 5-ii EQ' Qi! The J.V.'s were led by M.V.P. Roger Middleton to one of their most successful seasons in recent history utilizing a strong team defense and offense they finished the league season with a very respectable 9-5 record. ln addition to Middleton's fine play, the "junior" Tillers were sup- ported by sophomores Vern Broadnax, Eric Hermann, Dave Patstone, Frank Sarrad, and Monte Roberts, as well as freshman George Menges. The future looks bright for Tustin thanks to the fine student-athletes and the coaching efforts of George Gay and Don Swair. 1. Dean Walker goes for a rebound Boys J. V. Basketball Top Row: George Minges, Bud- dy Burke, Frank Serrao, Dean Walker, Frank Gonzales, Monte Roberts, Alex Duf- fy, Roger Middleton, Eric Hermann, Mo Clark, Vern Broadnax, Front Row: Coach Don Swarm Not pictured, Coach George Gay 2, Vern Broadnax scores a cup-up. 00 JV Basketball FroshfSoph Team Top Row: left to right Renee Whitlock Sonia Cruz Cathy Allard Katie Gills Lisa Golka Deena McAleer Sherri Dall Melissa Hammond Coach Henry Hernandez Front Row: left to right Tywana Seward Becky Marr Kristy Hamberg Kristin McDaniels Lisa Horn Jackie Baca Junior Varsity Top Row' Kristi Brown Michele Ropele Jennifer Kline Nicole Bartolomucci Michele Hammond Kristi Shives Dorene Haver Coach Rick Falk Front Row: Janice Gonzales Julie Wieukouski Carol Keith Kim Regga Doneisa Anderson THS 31 THS Ffs 11-3 .iv 10-2 FroshfSoph OPPONENT Cypress 30 Los Alamitos Fountain Valley Costa Mesa Kennedy Ocean View Loara Estancia Mater Del Fountain Valley Costa Mesa Mater Dei Estancia Ocean View Foothill El Modena Valley Canyon Santa Ana Orange Foothill El Modena Valley Canyon Santa Ana Orange - 1-1 - - - 4 - J - - i - - , - F J - - Those Awesome Tillers The Sophomore's have done it again theylve come to the end of another year with another awesome team. The sophomore team consists of fourteen players each with a uniqueness that has added to the teams victories! With coach Gray's, skills and experience he has brought the words i'pride" and "spirit" to life. These players have worked hard for their victories by staying late at after school practices and working out alot on their own. Like they say, upractice makes perfect" and this year's sophomore team have shown us what a truely perfect team is. 1 Sophomore Basketball Top row-Omar Cashrazona, Bob Crandel, Ty Davis, Larry Elmore, Geoff Perry, Louis Klien, Jeff Boss. Front Rowf Jim Jessop, Rich Rushtin, Derek Lorah, James Condon, Kevin Hungerford, and Coach Gray. 2 344 Bob Crandel, Jumps high for a sure score for the Tiller offense. Great ball handling is a asset to the Tillers but a threat to Villa Park, 1 3 4 440 Larry Elmore, Slam dunks 2 points! O 1 5 . '+L N egg 14" Hires Dr st 3 4 L 012 Sophomore Basketball Tiller Sharp Shooters Score High The Tustin High freshman basketball team consisted of twelve great players. These players brought the Tillers to many great victories. The Tillers have worked hard for their achievements. This freshman team has proven to be highly motivated and will be very successful in the future. . Freshman Basketball: Top row- Pat Huskey Mike lscan Jim Russell Eric Stevens Marshall Eddy Greg Uhler Front Row - Charles Belton Scott Relph Lenard Wong Lesean Lundin Jose Quintanilla Hector Alvarez and Coach hil DesJardin. . Great Shooting techniques are displayed by the Frosh Team. . 444 Marshall Eddie waits to throw the ball to 325 Greg Uhler for a hopeful score. . 49514 Scott Relph shoots 2 more for the Tillers, WIZRQX' ' can mfer be bmkm Ur-ass of I r' V! '5 46:41, . - . 'H ". it f f T-J , Soccer Overcomes Bad Luck l'Success can not always be measured by wins and lossesf, This year varsity soccer played well enough to make the C.l.F. playoffs, however a streak of late bad luck in the season kept them out of the playoffs. Outstanding players on the Defense were seniors Drew Wetherholt, Brian Oglesbee and Jeff Ketter- ing. The offense was led by center mid-fielder Greg Levin. 1. Greg Levin leads the opposition against Orange, 2. Jung Cho prepares to score, Season 4-10-5 League 3-9-2 T.l-l.S. Varsity Opponent El Mom Sa Wa PM M11 04 Boys So 17 P' Trent Jackson and Rich l-laws show good teamwork. David Bell and Drew Wetherholt scan the field for the ball. Boys Varsity Soccer, front row, Chris Valviemmi, Jeong Kim, Shawn Thomas, Kirk Vogt. Jin Lee, Jason Edwards, row 25 Brian Oglesbee, Jung Cho, John Friske, Trent Jackson, Rich I-laws, Joe Caruso, back row, Drew Wetherholt, Jeff Kettering, Mike Cary, Fernando Salis, David Bell, Mike Anderson, Greg Levin, Phil Waimrin, Coach Feldman. Boys Soccer 95 Soccer Century League Champions The girls soccer program is in its fourth season at Tustin. This years team continues to carry on the Uwin- ning traditionf' We have qualified for C.l.F. each year of our existence and this year we have repeated as Century League Champions. lI.eague Champions also 19821. The majority of varsity players are seniors and the team is captained by Susan Tate. There are two players who have lettered for four years4Nancy Knee and Susan Tate. We have improved our goal scoring ability with Shan- non Augustine leading the way, followed by Nancy Knee, Jennie Wright, and Michelle Baranov. The de- fense has held our opponents scoreless in seven contests this year. The defense being anchored by Meghan Abella, Heather Bell, Deann Moore, Shelly Tolton, and Danielle Relph. 8-2-2 Villa Park Foothill El Modena Canyon Villa Park Foothill El Modena Canyon Foothill El Modena - - - - - - - - - Q0 Crl s Soccer Jenny Wright prepares to make a goal. Susan Tate 81 Meghan Abella try to keep their opponent away from the ball. Varsity soccer has fun in the mud. Varsity Soccer front row Shelly Tolton, Heather Bell, Kim Collins, Julie Armenta, Casey Wilson, Shana Geivet, Susan Tate, Meghan Abella top row Jennifer Netherwoocl, Jean- ine Balsells, Jennie Wright, Nancy Knee, Shannon Augus- tine, Michelle Baranov, DeAnn Moore, Jill Yeatts, Danielle Relph, Stacey Bales. Coach Seidenburg gives pep talk to the players. Shannon Augustine heading toward to make a goal. "f4.,? in f Girls Soccer 97 Boys Soccer Had A Successful Year. The JV team completed a very successful season finishing only V2 game out of first place. The defense recorded 9 shutouts while the offense outscored their opponents 37-14. The FroshfSoph team started the year finishing fourth in the South Torrance Tournament, missing the championship by only one goal. They showed steady improvement during the year. The future for Tustin Soccer is bright and continues to improve. 6-4 FroshfSoph Soccer Top Row- Coach Feldman, Scott Wilbur, Bill Yeatts, David Healy, Jason Lavin, Tom Kotlar, Steve Dahlberg, Graig Gill, Kwi Kim, Tom Hippenstell, Coach Ron Milligan, Middle Row- Henry Castro, Jeff Braun, Dane Neil Kawasaki Andy Knopf, Tim Conlin Craig Morrison Ralph Damato Maxey, Drew Lautrup, Tim Mc Elroy, James Hatch, Steve Harvey, Front Row- 08 Boys Soc-:cr JV Soccer Top Row- Coach Feldman, Kevin Villar, Dean Schulte, Mike Braun, Chris Long, Jeff Kline, Darren Puckett, Jeff Tillotson, Tim Dahlberg, Middle Row- Brian Feldman, Robert Chornomud, Tim Kotlar, Scott Feldman, Lee Pooler, Brian Hardin, Greg Morales, Front Row- Greg Richardson, Max Tilley, George Veveridge, Jorge Villar 8-4-2 X THS JV Opponent El Modena O-1 Santa Ana Valley O-1 20 O-2 Villa Park O-2 3-0 Girls JV Soccer Continues The Tradition JV Soccer front row: Janet Vallance, Joelie Peckham, Julie Kettering, Lisa Karoub, Jamie Peckham, Jan Rice, Kristen Vogt. Back row: Dana LeBlanc, Kristen Augustine, Tanya Le Fevre, Marita De Leon, Coach Marcy Brown, Christy Snaadt, Carrie Freeman, Sara Lundy, Tami Fairbanks. The Junior Varsity soccer team has been league champions three of the last four season. They have continued the "Winning Tradition-'. This year for Tustin High School. Through the junior varsity the soccer program has been strengthened and is the foundation upon which the varsity has been built. Outstanding performers, this season were: Tami Fairbanks, Dana La Blanc, Kristen Vogt, Marita De Leon, Jamie Peckham, and Kristen Augus- tine. TI-IS Opponent Girls JV Soccer 99 A V 1 ' ' Q, 1 , - . . M, pf 1 . . V I '1 1 100 Wrcstlmg 1 X Y Win, Pin, Or Die While the 1984-85 Tustin High Wrestling team was not successful as a duel match team, they were successful in achieving their primary goal at the beginning of the season. That being, qualify- ing individuals for C.l.F. By the end of the League Finals, Tustin had 5 wrestlers eligible to go on. The Tillers were led by Steve Polley, 2nd in the league, and Willey Thomas 3rd in the league. The team was young in the 84-85 campaign and will graduate only three wrestlers from the Varsity line up, while four underclassmen completed reg- ularly for Tustin. Progress was the key this year. The experience gained this year will make Tustin a foundable foe in the years to come. 1. Steve Polley, works a far-side cradle to perfection. 2. Bernie Trvax hangs on with a grape-vine leg ride. 3. Jeff Wendt, uses a switch to start a 2 point reversal. 4. Varsity Wrestlingfront Howler Bernie Trvax, Steve Polley, Erik Records, Jon McCormick, Ed Holder Middle Row- Jim Rauland, Dane Wilson, Eric Sher- man, Tim Kurioshi, Jeff Wendt Top Row- Coach Stevenson, Dennis Smith, Dave Andrews, Willey Thomas, Chris Burnes, Todd Nelson, Mike Rishovd, Mike Hoffman, Coach Brunetti. 5. Frosh-Soph Wrestler, Jeff Dart is using a cross-face to turn his man over. 6. J. V. Wrestling- Front Row l-r Rob Baldwin, Matt Brown, Ken Smith, Jon Falschleiner, Bill Hargrove, Jim Hein, Dave Kaufman, Mark Schroeder Middle Row- Rich Schafer, Tom Dickson, Jason Whitely, Damien Moreno, C.T. Tomczak, Ken Brown, Elliot Schaffer, Walter Stuart, Brady Palmerino, Doug Kossak, Mark Alvavez Top Row- Coach Stevenson, Mark Leiter, Preston Patton, Roy Arteaga, Matt Blitch, Tony Cena, Jeff Dart, Sean Gutridge, Lani Machado, Joe Cool, Jose Ortega, Coach Brunetti. Wrestling 101 Chris Amorrnino rallies from the baseline. Varsity Team: Scott Amormino, Phil Waim- rin, Jeff Bos, Kevin Villar, Chris Amormino, Neal Kawasaki. Tony Catizone hustles for a crosscourt. JV and FroshfSoph Teams Front Row: Jun Cho, Hasan Reshamwalla, Jay Park, Don Lee, Frank Lee, Jorge Villar. Row 2: Ted Kim, Daren Haver, Ryan O'Neil, Tim McEl- roy, Drew Lautrup, Rod Kukla, Huy Ngryen, Won Choi, Mark Reider. Top Row: Jin Lee, Scott Harvey, Casper Rijnbende, Jim Jes- sup, Shannon Bales, Scott Martin, Kyung Kang, Dean Surian, Alex Black. Scott Amormino reaches for a lob. Neal Kawasaki returns to his backhand. Phil Waimrin gets down for a volley. , ,.Q.m..w.,wsf , " 5 if 'T t .1 ' ' .Al fff 'iff' ' , , , , x I V W y fs -.3 In .Q ,kii.ax.T,.A:,v:. - K - fi,-xg. .ii .K-. v 0 V-.H in if Qi ' X , ' lf ai rr f,..Y-,J,,rv ,Y ' nfl , ff. , - gag- -,- - . 2.4, , 3 ,- Q --,-, , , ,iss 'Q ' ,A ,jf--'yin gi ,. 1 ,rf ,V .- A . A . . - f. ,-. if . M f , , , . L .. F , . 4. .L . . v V ' A 102 Boy s Tennis .:.,,.,-5,4 .,., Z.: x,.,..,3,:,,yr, , fd. .,.,, ..,,,, N7 .6 9 , .,, .,, ,,,. ,. .. , 1 - it ' ' lr V+ ' ,Q 1 h -'1' . ,'1' 1 ' f, if 'iiiiiiidwif TZQW? W4 'I " r Ww- f K f f' YW ,f 1' ff'Z'ff'2mw,dfZ. A- ,fag 1 f f Q ,I mf , if , 5 Boys' Tennis Is Looking Sharp! Both varsity and JV teams looked solid this season and expected to do well in the tough century league. The varsity team was led by Seniors Paul Kardos, Phil Waim- rin, Trong Luu, Junior Scott Amormino, and Sophomores Chris Amormino, Hung Dam, Neal Kawasaki, and Jeff Bos. The top players on the JV team included Dean Surian, Scott Martin, Huy Nguyen, Kevin Villar, Jim Jessup, Ted Kim, Jorge Villar, Jin Lee, Drew Lautrup, and Hasan Reshamwalla. With the additional of the FroshfSoph players there were 35 l was 7 players out for boys, tennis this season! Boys, Tennis 103 L Gymnasts Shine Through The girl's gymnastic team has really grown this year. Brenda Harmon, a varsity gymnast is a promising beginner. Kim Wetherholt, who was out last year because of injury is making a good comeback and is adding to the teams success. Another person who has true talent is Amber Blackwell. She's giving it all she's got, and it J.V. has also done well this season.Mari Taken- aka and Carol Lee have the ability to be truly good athletes. .r' 104 Cxrnnastics ,W V ' r ,ie Paula Myers shows her ability on the balance beam. Varsity Gymnastics: Coach Diana Smiley, Shana Rechter, Brenda Harmon, Amber Blackwell, Paula Myers, Natalie Vaupel, Kim Wetherholt, Rachael Taylor, Lora Wentsel-Not pictured: Pam Krol Kim Wetherholt shows her floor talents. Karen Frazer has what it takes for the balance beam. Connie Baca concentrates on her routine. JV Gymnastics-Front Row- Amy Denhart, Tammy Gordon, Kris- tin Barker, Hiroko Hasegawa, Znd row- Marla Copple, Mari Taken- aka, Carol Lee, Lea Bailey, Jennifer Carter, Chrissy Heath, 3rd row- Connie Baca, Jennifer Wade, Amy Ikeda, Tiffany Davies,- Manager, Loyan Kuntz-Coach, Kelly Kletke, Tammy Kuennen, Karen Frazer. Not pictured: Kerry Tolman and Lauri McWilliams. Gymnastics . 4- Swimming Strides For Another Successful Season This years boy's varsity swimming won all of the league meets except for two. They came in 3rd place in league finals. With hard work and dedication the team was able to strive for it all, Great efforts from Dan Smoot, Beau Mercurio, Vince Greenlee, Kevin Leinbach, and Doug Siskowic are what added to the team's success. -eg,-.1 1. W c'ii's Www-.,,.., ft, i.ii, :Af t WMS ,kgkq 5. " 'wh-i f H N X X NX Y' A W? Y R X f Mt. vc 9 , sw Q ,X 5' K. X X 'Ark 'gs im. wt Q N 9 l X X K i-fiigsiigxc Q ' ' , X X X " RWM we Q ist anti W M Y .LJ , 4, -H Q -: x I -A-1.1g.ferg,g,,-, N: .' .cv .ww is- fs G -.ge-is N :uf , H ,. t LQ ws V- . x J ,Xi n ' , wir .. t 'MN S , ' . ng NS. In x k - I , Q A FV NR. 5, .E Vx. X t Vs-1 r XXIRQ . .- 1 v N H 1 x, i t af W -WWZWXW 4 ,JI-v' MW! 106 Varsity Swimming Eric Janhig, swims on. Geoff Howard, in quest for another win. Varsity Swimming top row: Barbara Lastelic, Kelly Scott, Trisha Webb, Casie Grant, Christie Peter, Jan Beveridge. 2nd row: Jennifer Morrison, Helen Feilds, Sonya Baker, Carrie Tillotson, Devon Coate, Karen Paulitschek, Lisa An- derson, Julie Hawkins. 3rd row: Coach Philpot, Dan Smoot, Doug Siskowic, Todd Nugent, Geoff Howard, Bill Shapiro, Mike Kimes, Eric Jahnig, Tony Woltman Front row: Mark Denny, Greg Waters, Vince Greenlee, Kevin Lienbach, Jon Auftenberg. Doug Siskowic makes a powerful push off. sible W., ,, ..,r X A t.,. ,. of .. . 5, ff f A' X A X ,. .Mp - . X ,,..r:'5G:f : "5" W -- ,g Q5sffWWfr'ft,s5igr M IA, 4 Varsity Swimming 107 ,fry . 1. UGGHHU- Karen Paulitschek pulls through to finish her race V' first, 'V U9 I ' W 2, Jan Beveridge takes the last few strokes in the lap. ,' ..,.,, . 3. Just one last breath of air before Trisha Webb goes back under. A 4. Casie Grant is leading by far, for the 500 Q20 lapsl free, 1 .Lf - . - .1a.u..au.s..v.-.... - -wfvfewivr-, 4 - - - FY? 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With a successful record of 6-1. The "Ladies Tillers" battled Foothill for league honors. Juniors Casie Grant, Jan Beveridge, Christie Peter, Trish Webb and Senior Julie Hawkins led the girls toward outstanding positions with the other teams from different schools. The teams sent several competitors to C.I.F. 5 JV Teams Have Great Season The girls Junior Varsity swim team is on the way to the top. The "Lady Tillers" have been doing great this season. Their record is 6-1. Their only loss was to the Foothill JV Girls. "The girls have one more chance," said Coach Paul Davidson, "We could be co-champs with Foothill.' ln order to do that, the girls must win the dual meet against Foothill. The Junior Varsity boys are also in the same situation. They are also 6-1, with a loss to Foothill. "We have been working out hard lately," said coach Jeff Campbell, "Now we'll start to taper our yards." The boys have had workouts during Easter Vacation and on weekends. 1. 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S ,.-.. 1 "-fly? , -Y -.Lx ,J lf 5 7 , K 3 4 4, JV Girls Front Row: Paul Davidson lcoachl, Jamie Peckham, Angie N Hill, Jenny Herron, Stacy Cohen Row 2: Kelly Joine lManagerl, '-A- Shayne Mumford, Lana Langford, Keiko Koyama, Elena Schroder, Kris Kanonen, Holly Fletcher, Jan Rice, Christa Morehead, Shan- ' non Gordon, Essi Savolainen Row 3: Kelly Gankema, Shally Dart, Amy Christy, Michelle Martin, Mellisa Northway, Mary Hoag, Lau- ra Watson, Kim Ellison, Mindy Siskowic, Jennifer Hawkins, Jenni- ter Kline, Tracy Crosby, Noli Burge. Keiko Koyama turns around for one lap backstroke. At the starting blocks, Foothill and Tustin are ready to go, Angie Hill takes one last stroke before doing a flip-turn to continue the rest of her race. . - ""n'-- t f X s W ,, Am' '52 'AQ -fa gig , 1, ' VV ,UA I ' ' , , 6, ,. .. ,. X V I U f 3, Hep -,,,,,,,,k1,,, J, f 1 i A - YP N QQ 191 is-q in 144, N as , -st- A M 2? K V, ,pu , V H., . -s 9 1 , . . f Q Y . yi- ,:a5,,A:jf' . I , 3 I J y 7 w, . , f A J.V. Swimming 111 Individuals Succeed In Boys Track The Boys Varsity Track Team enjoyed a great deal of personal success this year, Tillers setting personal re- cords were: Kelly Ryan, 440, mile relay, Kent Milligan mile, 2 mile, Mark Ziegenhagen, shotputg Jeff Wright, mile, Bill Reiter, long jump, triple jump, Owen Morse, high jump, long jump, triple jumpg and Mike Donaldson, 880. The season was characterized by a commitment of bringing the team together, their hard work, and pulling for one another. Through the first half of the season, the Varsity team was O-5 in Dual meet competitions with 3 of the 5 meets decided in the final events. Midway through the season, the FroshfSoph Dual meet record was 4-1, with big victories over Santa Ana Valley and Orange. The FroshfSoph were led by Soph- omores, mile, 2 miler, Rich Brethour, who is having an outstanding year. Others leading the way were: Don Glover, 880, Brian Hardin, long jump, Chris Gankema, hurdles, Mike Alcazar, sprintsg and Eric Henry, pole vault. 1 6. Boy's Track-Bottom Row: Darrell Miller, Alfredo Guttierez, Tim Long, Tan Truong, Jose Quintanilla, Rico Goree, Tom Manzella, Steve Nguyen, George Menges, David Gilbody, Hao Haong, Mike Strohmeier, Brett Fairbanks. Row 2: Coach Meier, Narong Lim, Lan Nguyen, Brian Covey, Jason Whitley, Jon Mazur, Ken Sten- nett, David Porter, Roy Arteaga, Rich Brethour, Kent Milligan, Lawrence Robinson, Coach Veeder, Coach Carberry. Row 3: Coach Jessee, Ken Reid, Andrew Morse, Kirk DuBose, Peter Mar- tinez, Everett Hager, Jose Soto, Brian Hardin, Greg Santori, Ted Holt, John Colon, Steve Dahlberg, Mike Hoffman, Louis Ervous, Tom Kovac, Coach Ancich. Row 4: Jerry Milas, Jeff Little, Dave Healy, Keith McChesney, Sok Hong, Brian Singer, Kelly Ryan, Jeff Cody, Andre Parks, Mike Alcazar, Gary Sykes, Kent Katnik, Kwi Kim, Don Glover. Row 5: Chris Breen, Brandon Tally, Chris Werth- muller, Jeff Wright, Mark Ziegenhagen, Kirby Piazza, Mike Pred- ney, Steve Cundall, Mike Donaldson, Jim Viglione, Dan Barrett, Alex Mate, Craig Springer, Not pictured: Pat Hegarty. 1 l 112 Box Track Jeff Wright leads the way in the mile run. George Menges makes a long 18'6" jump. Mike Alcazar wins the 100 yard dash, Owen Morse jumps a high 6'2". Kelly Ryan reaches for the finish line in the 440 race, 5 Boys Track 113 Tustin Girls Ran Their Way To A Good Season! Anchored by 4-year letter winners, Nikki Lind lshot and Discusl and Kelly Mc Cormick 1880 and Milei the Tiller Girls won the Century League Dual Meet Championship on the strength of a 67-60 win over Foothill. Dawn Doron had a great season and led Tustin girls with her high jumping ability. Tustin Highs hurdler Kim Collins helped win the Century League Championship. Nikki Lind, Tustin's shot putter improved a great deal from last year. Laurie Reider and Kelly Mc Cormick led Tustin High with the distance events. Altogether Tustin did very well in the 1985 season. 1. Carrie Freeman and Kelly Mc Cormick fight for the lead. 2. Tustin's Laurie Blanscet and Jody Wenski are way ahead ot their opponent. 3. Front row Coach Sean Kelly, Mary Ham- mond, Heidi Schrenk, Sheri Bonilla, Kel- ly S., Minako Konno, Suzy Jones, Laurie Reider, Lisa Golka, Kristin Vogt, Kristi Clevenger, Tina Goree, Coach Tom Cot- fey. Row 2: Coach Rick Falk, Holly Abreu, Nikki Lind, Val Smith, Jody Wenski, Laurie Blanscet, Denise Y, Kathy Crommett, Katy Farney, Kelly Mc Cormick, Coach Jeff Veeder. Row 3: Mi- chelle Guenette, Sherry Drake, Jennifer Betow, Beth Adams, Liz B., Dawn Doron, Yvonne Schrenk, Suzanne Palm- er, Gina Mcmanus, Kristin Augustine, Ju- lie Morris, Anna Brace. Row 4: Angela Armstrong, Kathy Johnson, Carrie Free' man, Tammy Fairbanks, Courtney Ham- berg, Diane Predney, Nicole Bartolo- mucci, Marynye Davis, Jennifer Weil' helm, Tracy Lambert. 4. Dawn Doron attempts another high jump for the tillers. 5. A determined Tiller, Kim Collins clears the hurdles. 6. Shelly Tolton makes a good jump for Tustin. 7 Kerin Berry and Laurie Reider sprint to the finish. 114 Girl's Track ,S .Q-.Z-...i .4 ,QQ , I --4, . i -,L .f,Y7' i g,,,,,,, 1 27.157, wk, y ' I. ,,,,, rig f I S. wi. fa . ,- .es Q' ...ff , 1 ,M ,M-ff .JLV f' .4 ,.,, LM, . imma-m....,, ",f, , ib- is N lk X tr, kb i'l'iEE3"" L Maman 5 , .t H., . s T ' 'Q L ifLf.,,r 11.5 , e,,. ' '5 Q ' . ' N t .r .. ' - ' . I -9 , , . . x .A! Q 'Y . ' ' ' - ' . . -, s M ' fag i7"fmg, ' - mqe -,, -.,,,,'?.--, 'H V 1' , Y. V, if, .11-rl' K? ig- 1 yjZ1'jF,r ' -' - A V, niwfi .,-,J Q' .., , ?!,ggi,,3,.,,,fQ ' Y , Q ffgwj, A, '- A - " lf. fr Nik ki , A T K ' 'l 'Sf' f ' i -' V 'file 'F 'Wit ' 'fi -r ' 1. 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L - 2 A E we v 22 a 6 3 -WSZQWQ if 1 Q, ,,. 1, ' W ,1 7 1 -V V4 A 1' ,Q . .W - 'if L-It W . v.,5f:.1.g4. 4 .. 5 1 , ' VP , ' 1 . .V ' -V f- 'x Baseball's A Swinging Success The 1984-85 Tiller baseball team has brought some swinging times to T.H.S. with seven out of sixteen players returning, it is almost without a doubt that the Tillers are off to a tremendous start, ln pre-league the Tillers beat both Foothill and Corona Del Mar, who were ranked in the top ten, For the second year in a row they also won the Tustin Tournament. This year's Tillers were led by: Dave Staton, Steve Surico, Jeff Smith, Dean Roberts, Mike Morehead, Ken Lynch, and Jim O'Connell. Varsity Baseball Top Row Darren Puckett Ken Lynch Steve Marsh Dave Staton Mike Morehead Dean Roberts Jeff Smith Glenn Holingshead Row 2M1ke Rishovd Brian Mulligan coach Steve Christopher Head coach Dan Sheehy coach Bill Adams Marc Gonzales Joe Snyder Front Rowxlim OConnell Chris Valvienni Lee Pooler Eric Sherman Steve Surico Pitcher Steve Surico throws from the stretch Mike Morehead guns another victim down from shortstop ! I af flkg I 4 5 ' L ,far ::..,, V .. . This is the only time anyone will see Steve Suricos' fast ball. Dave Staton smiles at his dream of one day playing for the Boston Red Socks. Mike Morehead makes another one of his terrific plays. Second baseman Jim O'Connell warms up with ease. Eric Sherman gets ready to steal another base. Center fielder Dean Roberts can catch anything in his territory. Varsity Baseball 117 JV Has Terrific Season Our JV Baseball this season was tied for lst, with a winfloss record of three to one. With the help of Chris Floth we had outstanding pitching, and the team all together had a good defense. The hitting needs to come around a little, we could possibly have won the cham- pionship. The team needs to gain a little more pitching depth, and a few backups otherwise the team as a whole had a terrific season. 1. Matt Lindean strikes out an opponent with style. 4, JV Baseball Top Row- Richard Knoff, Rick Judson, Matt Lindean, Monty Roberts, Mike Haynes, Warren Nicks, Coach Valenta Middle Row Chris Floth, Derrick Larotti, Greg Richardson, Pete Pakes, Lue Kline, Greg Gill, Larry Hausner Front Row Greg Morales, Mike Tomzack, Mike Anderson, Chris Monte its I ' ,4x!.",::' R, -.Lf 5 1'- f Of ,, Q ,ew , - ' , - ,Y-'Y . , -..ra-s,.:'--..i i-is-E +is,.f.1 -vbE'41'1"'i'ff"iii51f!P'ffi" f fff"'f Q 118 JV FS Baseball 'mfs Co 1. Ji. . f ' ,if I -N i ' .av.,li :.:! V' ,Lag e -ni-?'v1,' L 1-. JR f " A. f '- f. .gnu al r 'i- .ff-'Li'-QT: 4 as Q. ,., J., . ,, s X 5. M s cf- i, lfiffmwgv 4 . gy , I Q ,- 'x , W I ,, KJ f ., . his KK-nv. ,pf N ,- 4' 1 Q A f i-V' 'A V'-f'6.", "-fr.-.Y,.,.' ' 4, . - N uwt..f',,:' -f , 1 W 1 ' at-ff-awe ' , .. A ' -'51 2. - 41 A A ' - , ,zqmfli , ' ' ,H -F. , . V as 'A-..i. Mike Anderson warms up Andy Knoph tags the runner for an out. FroshfSoph baseball Top Row John Walker, Victor Her- nandez, Mark Ropel, Keith Haney, Walt McMahon, John Daly, Scott Pulaski, Rick Munder Middle Row Ty Davis, Tom Adams, Ralph Grajeda, Coach Mirich, Scott Relph, Bob Arnold, Scott Hunter Bottom Row Scott Feldman, Andrew Chi, Craig Morrison, Andy Knoph Mike Anderson puts another opponent out. 2 3 l l 7 q ' Qt- f ' 7 . f ,Q-I L 5 -' ' czfilg, is ,,,-' ff- JVXFS Baseball 119 j' Season gg The New softball teams have been chosen and lt looks llke Tustln IS going to have another good year The head coach of the varsity MISS Skinner sald the practices are going well but the season IS approaching fast so they are going to have to hustle lf they want to be winners The head coach ofthe lunlor varsity IS MISS Seldenberg and the assistant coach IS Dlane Jacobson The glrls practice at Peppertree Park everyday after school from 2:15 to 5:00. The work is strenuous but rewarding in the end. Miss Skinner commented that the only fault of this years teams is that they need alot of work on hitting but she thinks they ll shape up. Miss Skinner runs a really tight organization but it really works especially on the discipline and the respect from the players. Tustin played their first Century League game on Tuesday, March 19. Both teams suffered a loss but they hope to make it up in the rest of the season. They entered the league having a Softball Looks Forward To Good respectable reputation and hope to leave it in the same way. 120 Softball .u Varsity Softball: Front Row: Robin Relph, Mellisa Hurich, Heather Dearclen, Sonia Lee. 2nd Row: Rachel McNeer, Trisha Andres, Jan Tobin, Kathy Shives, Tracy Engelieter, coach Miss Skinner. Top Row: Stephanie Staton, Joy Fuller, Shana Geivet, Danielle Relph, Ann Jeffries, Leora Callaghan, Laurie Jhonson. Junior Varsity Softball: Front Row: Cami Sorenson, Gina Lorati, Brenda Patterson, Michelle Leo. 2nd Row: assistant coach Diane Jacobson, Diane Pantoja, Michelle Lopez, Dana Lablanc, Kim Ringa, coach Sharon Seindenberg. Top Row: Shelli Dall, Sara Luncly, Doreen Haver, Deena Macleer, Cathy Allard, Christi Snadt, Bernadette Pittman. WWI Q wi' pm yay T rr i ,,,gy,w, Softball 12 1 Coaches Look Back To Good Year . I M . .. , ., 2' , ' i e 4 ' . I ,, Coaches Castonon, Vedar, Carberry and .lessee take a break during summer practice. Coach Carberry talks to the offensive team, while the defense is on the field, Coach Ancich with great football knowledge and a warm personality, helped the Tillers through a great season. Coaches Roderick and Hernandez explains a play to the Varsity Basketball team. Coach Sperrazza gives the Tennis team a "pep-talk" before a match. Sophomore Coaches Meier and Wyatt, boost the team to a winning season. Two real budies, Freshman Football coaches, Stevenson and Rosmino, foae lt es J XR Ski 4 1 if . 1. f' X ff - I ' V 1 Aw 1 Z? ' A ,Q AYHLQ: Tn ' .G "Rf W l , y M X ff f C ai ' X ff . I I . f . , X ff V ,, , 6 ,fr 7 4111! ll I , I , X ' r V nl Lg, ' A t X 1 3 Tustin makes an easy goal. Pat Hegarty passes the ball for Tus- tin. Steve Gauer goes up for the jump. Dennis Smith and Dan Barrett sprint to the finish. Heads upl Trent Jackson puts all of his power into his kick. Jenny Wright getting ready to return the serve. 3254 egg? WAN www X M4 W, ' Wgm.. 4 , " ' W . gfgwf f WWA , , X , f,,f 'N Wfvmffff-akif, I fafmg wffa, Md Q, 4' , M P6 4 94 , f f QW Mg kv f ,, f ff ,Z ffff 2 ff if Uh, ,Vi f , my ff H .f 4 , 2, , ,A W! I , 7,2 , fy, ,f f '59 Mb 1 ,W if ,M 11 , oplv DIXISIOH k fgu ,LA:Y x 4 I People Division 127 Senior Class Exce s With Pride With the closing of our Senior year and our high school career, l would like to congratulate the class of ,85 for four great years of dedication and loyalty to Tustin High. You are a class which in itself has defined the words spirit, pride, and enthusiasm. Though we won't be coming back next year the special friendships that we have made will last a lifetime and the memories that were shared will never be forgotten. Thanks for allowing me to serve as Senior Class President this year! Kathy Shives G cl I. k ' th t l Oo uc m e years O Come Senior Class President ,Miffgc ,kjzcuca QA s X R 52? ag 225, t 1. , gifs Was if A A Q ii M V ,J i ,. P l.!1"'m- ww ,i-, , Y-,.,-r f 1-:ffm ,Warn sr , .-, ..f-- . ,g few, r a if v, as-' J . . M "" mmf' -. 'gf 3-Pm, 'hi , 'HBH ' , 3 . ' 1 9' . 1-291 "fag h . I 4 1 5 P FQ, Q, ,Q -rl? ,- i7'f"9' ' ' - - 5? : K 5: 2 ..xv, 2 X. V' fl" ' ff' Heil' ' xr SP5 ? e' 4 il iff- li sf fi 255, ,if 'Jug M, rr- 3 ' 'V 'Ty HP, is A li . Q.1',fQ ' zweafsjf -U Jil' 523' ""'. V , rr, -,V, 3, I rw f." L mf: ,Z 'A A ir i q, ? ' 'W 2 A Q, W V4 S, , "jf ff. ,Q w , s 'Q' .wwfw L, ' gp, 'K ztlrfgs , ,, v1"r,:' I x ,V , ,A x T99 'M x 3, X 1,62 . JJ? A--112 ,fn 1 f 1 f ' .yi V , , -. c 1 4. ' , 1 V, Rfk Q :gs ww, Mm. 2. tif X Ai ' 1-Q Hwy asf 'B ,. -R 72"-w - 1 ,M ,,g. 4 Nj iw' 1. Kathy Shives- President 2 John Lundy- Vice-president . Susan Tate- Sec-Treasurer R esenfafive Senior Class 129 3 4. Gloria Grucelski- epr 130 Senior Class ' 21- "fn!J3'-ts"-SYS, Y ir ewes?-s"c'4 f We . V - f , p -M 1-I -71, Y 1 Meghan Abella Farida Ahmad David Alexander .. if 4-Eel + Anthony Al-Jamie Deborah Amador Kelly Ames f . .y C, :ik Kimberly Anderson David Andrews Dirk Apel qqzuzuq Jeff Alexander 4 Stephanie Anabo C yndilee Arellano This year, the Senior Class voted Julie Hawkins and Mark Ziegenhagen as Senior Best. Julie and Mark have been active in student government and athletics at Tustin High, and both maintained high grade point averages. Since her Freshman year, Julie was on the swim team, and for her last two years she was on the S varsity team. Along with athletics, she served on the Freshman and Sophomore Senates, during - her Junior year she served as A.S.B. Treasurer, and through, her Senior year, she was A.S.B. President. She maintained a grade point aver- age of 4.0. l Mark played football for Tustin since his Freshman year, spending his last two years on Varsity. He also played baseball and basket- ball his first two years. As a Freshman, he was class President, as a Junior, he served on Senate, and as a Senior, he was A.S.B. Vice-President. Mark has also maintained a 3,4 grade point aver- age. Q. 'm ,ff it V . 1 sri' :F f-T? .',. A S EFL. 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Sarita Benett Sophia Bennett Leigha Bentley B Helma Bernardini Jim Berry Karen Berry i :J , 4 f rf K viwff 5 Misty Berry te if 4 ,,,,, ,,. ig 45, F W f 4" nf, 1 fff afy ff Maurine Berry I f f, , , f 1 Y , ,A , Michal Beveridge Richard Bierce Harper Billings Senior Class 1 134 senior cms if . -5? - , , ',fr:f'i' ' f--'f :3,j'g.1gn-vg , .Y - - 43- . 5? fe , A ." I. Sarah Bisceglia .QTQZQ5 -if Tami Blair Richard Boyce Daniel Brannen ia 'fr-rt' Kelly Blyshak Marisa Borzellino Ben Briggs Jaelynn Brown Tara Brown Brad Budyach Amanda Burnett Linda Busa Y A, Renea Bynum Arthur Carter Anthony Catizone 1 1 Lf:-, I H ,lg V' A JA i - '2.-if-,2:5.wE' my? 5, , 1 ef V, iw? "fm F e 4 11 , ' fx . ff? J, 'fL,fQf'LiY"5 ' W- J 1 ii. . L 'F sf ' " -' 4335 F - xi. 32252: r l j ,LH 53" if a Q? .1 :IZ N-dl I 1 ' 11 :xjEff.L" . , K K - ... 1 - , 'NL Q , - 2 inks.: Y as ,. Jennifer Byrum Leora Callaghan Lisa Carroll Laura Carter Wcki Caruso Michael Cary 5.11-fi , H r 1. ' - x,. . , , J 316155: E he e a L 5,3 - Q 3 1'..g..g:av A' . fi L ,-f " ' ,J . ,SNL - ' mf ,I V J, ,- V f 12- V :pw -:,- I L A 014- -. ,. ,a..aV,5a.a.:hy, Leslie Cavender Lisa Cavender Donovan Cena V Senior Class 135 136 Senior Class im. Wayne Chang Nabie Cho Wendy Chang Jeanne Chapin Eric Charbonneau Ann Chung Joseph Chung Susan Chung Mark Cirigliano 5' Pi 'Q 7? ' T: ' wa fag 'L' 'U Michelle Codromac Jeff Cody Rebgc-Ca Cgle I - f ' ,V '-'G' ,. .1 1 f 4, x 'Qs ,. Gary Congdon Jason Conklin Daniel Conrad Jude Correa Kathleen Crommett Devin Cronic QV ,,, , ,,, , ' f , Ji' I Viv ' V . V ax" 2 . ' V f- ' ' VV 'Vzfiff :fi f V. xr V , VV 13 'M iv ': W, ' V , 5 V' Y V , Vylf lff '43 J4g,6fZ':2fpjV'-'Q " , 5 V , , 'f' ' ,-"' ' 2 f ,V vc ' V ' V M213 ' V Q l?flVl'yiF V' r , V-A: 'mlaVfi2'Vf:z ':iV'f"' -V, 41 'ff Vf V 1- - V, wa-1, , 1 ' ,.1., V . 2 , " ' .12 'VH V ' ,. Vf'-- , - .VVV2 "Kira T' - I Vf p Z ' f i n- "3" ' J f : ' " " - " VJ' MV f "., , , 'V . HM! 2-ff ,. 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'fifsagifrf' V iw J :- c 1V,'1rVV'ff ,f'f 1 L 1 WV 1VV -,Z 5 Cheri Crosby y . -W5 ff 'X 456, 734 r 4' f ifOyf4 if ,yJ'f5.VV ,lk I 'A Vl'Vr'f ' f.-J' -M. .iff 'WV ffv"f75'VV, iii' nz, , ff Pfffi' 5 Q - T" V'g1V-I n - V, r, ,, mf: " 2:31:22 1 4 'X Steven Cundall Senior Class 137 138 Senionj Class Ea' :fi it A' x V Stacey Dahn Russell Damato Ashanti Dantzler Robert Daugherty Qnzvzf ' Q if Qi., .V '- A T?hg.','fffi.:', -l'a"l 't H' . Michelle Davis Kathy Decarl Lgri Dickie Jill Dickinson Lisa Dilger Julie Dixon Michael Donaldson Dawn Doron The Senior Class of 1984-1985 was full of students who will become successful in their futures. But there were two seniors that were voted the most likely to succeed. These two students were Julie Spellman and Jeff Alexander. Both Julie and Jeff had been successful at Tustin High and will go far in life. Julie was a member of the Academic Decathlon Team and was very involved with the Speech and Debate Team. She was the Fine Arts Commission- er for Tustin's A.S.B. her Junior year. Julie also maintained a grade point average well above a 4.0 on top of all her activities. Julie said that she never has any free time, but when she does get a break, she likes to ride motorcycles and spend time with her friends. Much like Julie, Jeff was also on the Aca- demic Decathlon Team and a member of the Speech And Debate Team. Jeff also took classes at U.C.l., on top of his high school schedule. Jeff also said that he doesn't have any free time, but he tries to find time to travel. 2+ To Oo Q' 2x 1- ,iai if O S . D QQ .. , g CQ " YQ 519 ' -MX Jeff Alexander And Julie Spellman Discuss Future P lans During A Rare Moment Of Free Time. Elizabeth Dorman John Duff Senior Class 139 140 Senior Class .511 fl. 1 ..?-S - i ' fr J mx k 'V' T' 79' W 9 J zf- 1 f:1:Q,4 Y ' : ry " 5 12 K ig'9Q1jTi?ff, - fgilizfk' ' E Adam Dunn Tina Easley 9 Eric Ehresman Julie Elrod Dave Ertel Steve Evenstad ' 1,1 wa x Jamie Edwards Kristin Egerer Colleen Elnfck Marie Erickson A -me ' f if . T 1 Q :,'L ,if E? Michael Fahey Kimberly Farley , ' fa , . , fn, , . ,-.3.,j , I fi, ' .4 af , ,mf , ,ffi?"" f 'K' ' ,gf ' 5 , frfmggi , W- ' " -an K J, G ff n 9:- ff N .V K '-17: 1- ,ii ,U t. . X - .ri aw X52 Rf R 4 A -. f"'7Q-JM:-,.f-l'f'i?.'s' A . ' 1135" .faEI3im.sl.?'n5:'4p.h?f '32 Kathryn Farney Michael Feliciano Debbie Ferrier Lara Fields Daniel Fitzmaurice ' -i4 , fr ' 'L J 155 ,X Aw. ,-5535 ' 'it 7 , M ,. I ,F --ag. '4 1: fi.,i,, ,Is i ,l-gigwfffglfrfg. 6 'Q' ' - 1 2' '-ifkiiflfliglflfl gf' gt,m1, ,al j , Q! W fi 3 f 2 3' f o'5E?5f!:t'fili'iai4!?f1 in , 1 r,,i'.fN 111, .-,J- -I vista '53, -' iw? agp izegzlis iii me . yt 1ffi1gf2222r1ig f fi. f s ,mi-fzzsa if.i.s,aif':i Larry Frazier Kimo Friese Donna Fleagle X Robert Fullmer K Y if " i- wt: fi' QW ,, f Nigga '-A J:7Lfs:t. ' F 2 'M r " ' ,J , 1- W' ' Pglfii , we 3, 'IW 2 if 4 M, V 1 X 5 - . -ef ' , f- V t f f , ' .' :M , fg!,4.,g3M1g 'N VX- A iyqnglv smfwfnvl' . WY 1 yy fx '-V 1 4.a,Q1u,5'4,1.,'gq4 V, A we 3.55, f, . was iffflu t W ef ff ge L15 'A ' Q: giwigiiii 1 inf' V131-"" -1- 5' P-11"' ,ik Sandra Field Brian Formby Rita Galan Senior Class 141 . 'Q XO eff Q-l Q0 af We 9 NQ' 600 0155 Qkq gif x The senior class voted John Lundy and Leigh Weaver as the biggest flirts. Neither of them really thought of ,.-'- themselves as flirts. Leigh said, "I don't think that I if A ai-649 F flirt, I just think that I talk to a lot of people." John's , 'di tl eff Yfl opinion was that he flirted a little, "I just have a lot of iff!! ji' friends that are girls." But even if they don't think t j!f5jW.c. L .1 Vx that they are the biggest flirts they do enjoy it. ' -' ' ' W I ' , When asked if they like to flirt they both answered, "Yeh." r. , 6 ,ar 142 Senior Class 0 Look at that dip! John Lundy and Leigh Weaver show their flirting ability. X Kelly Gankema Don Garber E- ' r " 1' 1,51 - : 3 if f o i N y 2:1i45ff::.:s , -a x , 145-5i.'f--'vii F, 4 .. oy .., RW . Wx f -fy . mf.-f W, -- Y XE QT-lm Q 3 x L X S. 3 N - ,rx-.w t K. , .,-f- A--. . W xx 'Q N? K g I 'cw ik Q X 'P w Q N 1 x b Q x K w x K , Diane Garbuschewski kwa V , .,,:V, .. e W C , x. 5 Q YQ: I L gk 1 A, 3 xr, 1 'ta- Sonia Garcia Debra Gardner Craig Gaskill gif ,, E ,, i hi W i rr I rr i F Steve Gauer Rodney Gay Curtis Geivet Ohan es Gergian x Steve Gordon IL Q if' Q Pauline Gortarez ' 3121 -5 :-fi' P12292 0? "7 Qi? 5554 ii? ' '.f5,i1'1 Tb? 'pi 3752-I'f'Q' fb" 55-,f,5..J:,i, , flu ,N ,- 3 ig. i s'f?1? 4 4 'kg 1-' V 1?-'wzismze-wave .J ,f.,-.,,f,?,3g5v-y", fm- s f if 134 1 3514 fi" r 'I I ,, Maia" 'P -1 525 ,,:a -.muff ig- 41.A.P L ,J . V . 4 -v . 1- 5,3551 553 Q fi! f'E1fif'fWfTv-322 5 -Q. lpfwvi' 51:2 is- V .,f'5i?',fa3aA'g5,1::5y'3v ' ,,ff3f1i2747!Q!'!'-Eff , if ,P-.---1 c,f,,4,. V ,f 1,1 ,. , ,MQ :iff rg rgvgj ,.--gl'-1 ., -54 ,,.h 4 ,L 1 T' ' as :il 2- Rex Gentry Brett Grabill Senior Class 143 144 Senior Class MQ? , ' , is has if ,- Eduardo Granier Joy Grant Jon Gray Travis Greenlee Eric Gregory April Grigg Pamela Grossman Gloria Grucelski Valerie Guenther Alfredo Gutierrez Tammy Hall Courtney Hamberg f o mvzii' J -.,. i 0' -'TQ' Q iii ' 3? iw if snr ' v W wi 1 Jgi , , iw f ff' ' 4 QA X 542192 7 l L , w If si, M ,R 1 1, A qw ,M t U, Q 3 lj, 5 3 A 'Y 1 if f iff ' Q M F Q f '?t X ' gf 1 'Y 44 f ag. Danielle Hansen David Hansen Virginia Harker Darryl Harris 24 J wk, ., ,, Tp ' 1, 'i2Ef" ' 'Q' may -4 .ig . A , J, riff l A + 731753 ,,, A f 1 1 if W I if r , J . 8' fm mph' I f 1- vw ufwyzl, 1, " 3- -ff H -f , vim V w ff,-7?Y422'ff,iZ -i2l??fM':'1 r 949' T 2 Q Lil mu, pq? , My 4, 3 , WHA 'Vlkiif 5 V 1 1 5 '- . 156 A ef' W ., .,f, dm' ,- W 24' 'ug' qv' elif? f'2w..m. Ailrlifrfiii W if ,1,"5"' Wfdr' 1 1' Way? Kr-5 gm , ,Q 1 19,94 Mgr? 5 f , gjlgw ,!y2.,y:' 3KvY4f,i 'r ff 1 4' 55' fag? Hel f: A -kwa-. .T ' 523 -Q57 F-145' '-.Mfg-,va I me ,W ,ff . A ', 'Web V.. - ,ff f J V53 WW if " . 1' if? " W 1 W ., 1 vp 4 A A221 , ass. - - g 1 Vanessa Harry Cheryl Hart Dana Hart Z Cindy Hartman 41 V' 53, if L , I, ,gfimzzz Z Q' 21043112 Q, ,, if 4 W . f , f.wgf'i,'i.gffv,,m ,,wy, ' Wir? y f f ,, f- 'mf ff7ffff,nfV f:f.164., 'lrffirifffvrfafczy 3 Lf '2C3ff'49?' ' fgfpiwwiff f 'f fgiwiiy " f f ff, :f.:m,,W ff, ., va- I ff ff , ,fx ,,,L L ff ffl? J af , Y ww-im ' Qi xi. W rim., Osf. 1,,f,:,y.f.,1:: 3y:r1mf5:?-,Z v75?m7,ijig f r,,l,:15 M 3: 1' 'fm-ziz iz:zr3fi.Ic:,' -if Y - , ' 392425 . if yy . 1 N, K ' ' J. 37504 fbi' ' 7' 5. - .4fv,m,6'f'ff'.J1 f ' 772 W X WMM L , r-,,4,gyQ, 4 V, f, ., ff M' T., + 'V f N A - " s :J f ,ff , ai- ,, fe ,, ' J , 1 4 Eze '- 1, 4 Fw 'f H , ' , - J, f vi a f J f ' 7 'U , 9-Tiff " '7 4 ' , M , fy .rm I r ,A , , f i 'ww , I ' f 1' r' ' W f QL, 1 W ,, '.. . 'Vi' f H" J, ,thawi- , ., 4 . 1 .,, ,y ,. gg! ' .elf , S n ji L.. Jodi Hathorn Julie Hawkins X , 1 1 ,Wi N 'Q H .f ij John Heckenkamp Patrick Hegarty Senior Class 145 , .r., - ff 146 Senior Class .1 , gala . Marisol Hernandez Paiil Higginbotham 3 Shelly Hoffman x lr 'sfii sl L Susan Hickman Greg Hicks Briar! Higginbotham . Gina Hight Amanda Hoagland Darren Hodge Thad Hogan Edward Holt James Homer T 08110, , S How many people do you know that can run and finish looking great? Jeff Wright a cross country and track runner can do just that. His freshman year he received Most Valuable Player for both cross country and track. Along with a varsity letter his sophomore year he once again received Most Valuable Player for track. Sheri Howe a four year drama student at Tustin performed in three plays last year and brought .J"w br home Best Supporting Actress from the annual Tustin High Academy Awards! Sheri also ran cross country and track her freshman and soph- omore year. -V . F.. 6? GSI, S9 '-Mhz A- Jeff Wright and Sheri Howe sparkle with their good looks. Greg Hopper Tracy Hoover X '71 Or Seniors 147 148 Senior Class 3 jg, E, Ji' A , , I D Perry Howard Sheri Howe David Hunter if? yi I , 'Was -A 1 A ' -iii ' . ' 01. ,F D ' K Jessie James Diane Jansen Steve Jiron x sf' Dana Hyde Gary Johnson Renay Johnson David Jorgensen Mark Jurkowski Jip Kang o ,'.',54lf ' j V ' -f3',,f1f,if?a : f ff Q. Paul Kardos Leslie Kearney Khanh Khuu , Maria Karlsson- Thor Lori Katnik 5 Jeff Kelley Wiley Kennedy gpg .-1 'W , ' in . .. , M'-A' , -:XgLeIsi153.- . r !'a'::,iw1L:Q. ks' 'ff hi f 1 i, 'f i"" EL ,, 'Ui f21'Ls,2Q 1a,,,s,1"1,:qf-ff' 7 , rw! Effiliif ' ' " A - . 'fri Barry Kiileh ua Dennis Kim ,,.v-vw ,,,,,,.,..,...-1w.w.,.H-"F -,Av Craig Katzman Jeff Kettering E unmi Kim Senior Class 149 150 Senior Class Sang Kim Siha Kim Michael Kimes Nancy Knee 12. ' , 4 '5 , H 3 .: j, Q 1' I Y fr. K+ , ' ' X . I NX Lisa Koenes Michelle Koerner Valerie Koines lffafl Kolsy 1 Q, f Q, M. 44 ,Z ,A 47 , ?SLi,fv,., H, 4 w Mi' 32 Debbie Koosed Michelle Kopf Joseph Kovac Julie Krames n i may ,,: ',,,, 3.7 ,, u -4,4 M .C ex. H .,,1,,Q-. ,.. , K u-,- , ,., -Q-M arr L L -1 ' 3 - , Liv' 11'-5'5" I . , , n z, Em- wg? 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'xl x ,X, ,Ax j f , V 'xx N f , if fftxgik Kali fkif K f' 1 lg lx R' J -V W f 'fri nfvgn..:if7-q.v5:g+-H--1-:lv-:Aekf4iv-SA, . ,f .A ,, ,, , X, ,. , X, 1 X X, '-.- K K 1 'A' g i A xl rms . 4 K K K ,K T , . 1 K fm 1 IW. :wan-I me eff! we cv., . abrolafri Q9 600- vio Q'-if 4. ' 'su " . . W 3-:Q fl 'B ' a ,11 5 Being nominated "Best Personality" is a true honor. Two seniors. Kathy Shives and Kirk Vogt were selected by the senior class to receive this award. When asked how each felt about receiving this award Kirk replied. "l'm surprised but l think it's rad because it's a honor and it's what I wanted most." "l feel that their per- sonality is what's most important in a person. l feel my father has had the most influence on my person- ality. My father taught me my morales and values and that's what makes me." Kathy agreed: "Undoubtly. my father has had the most influence on my personality. My father always told me to keep smilingg that nothing could ever be bad enough to stop or take away a smile." Kathy's greatest achievement she feels is being voted class president She puts in many hours of hard work and achieves many goals. uw ' 4' Kirk Vogt and Kathy Shives show off their great personalities through winning smiles 154 Senior Class E" Stephen Lee Barry Lehrer Dan Leili William Long uf! ,f , fffhl 255 V ,.,,,X, , ' , 'fm G 'N 1" ' - M11 ,,,, . if I ' ' 1' f -.f M V .,. . v " .f . . ,. . Dao Mach f Greg Levin John Lundy ' of f 1:4 y 1 f , 'wi if 7' if Nicole Lind Nasha London Trong Luu Holly Lyon Lori Maclntyre Jill MacKnight Chris Maki x Senior Class 155 156 Senior Class is . .. .: ,. V 5e.:1.::?5"'1 Q if if 1.-ff x John Manning Tom Marcotte John Marr Jennifer Martineau i , 4 ik is a , ,-i':3f,'f""' ,, 4,.' ,wglkzfffafi K A ye . ' 'sa' i Marion Mauldin Kara Mehrer David Mauk Michael Ma ysonet 1, ,SA ,532 3 T I .1 ",.V.. ,Q if Q 3 M at it x A . 9' ' ' , ' ' U ,, I -'-' "fx gm L , V EH ,f A 5 fi Kristen Melillo Patricia Mendez Beau Mercurio Grant Merowit ff'Y7k?'. 1 4 N' 1 sl M S5 Scott Meyer Henk Meyling Benny Meza f ir' E41 1223? Mike Miller Kent Milligan Robin Minuskm S Michael Morehead Mark Montz Beth Morris A -aw' J! ' :auf- .. I .- .N fx 5: 21 M dx, Q: 1 , 4- . M 2 S 1 5 ' Kelley Meza Deann Moore Reginald Morris .mt ,fx ,11 4 PM 'frgi , .Egg 41 1 I irq r lv 'X A N I 1 - "nl , "5 . ,,VgM..4, 55, SED 1 4 si N It 1 h if , we sg f we 32.4 'lhiefrifi-Z Frm ' M AN. 'E ' ' 1' n' '?'15-I .. az 1 I. ', ll-Pi? fl 19, ., i va f! - . Tal- X , .Y .ii .- x -1' A41 C. if Jennifer Morrison f .-J JH ' ? - 4 xl I Marcee McAfee ASF . .N 1 Joe Mclntyre 11, , ,A 'fi L" . Y , gl q v A f :' 1 ' " Hifi' w. 'I 4 I ' ' r, 'F A gs , 2 1 35 Sonya Morton Chris Murphy Bunna Muy Kelly McCormick Cynthia McCue Elizabeth Mclntyre , C, My R 9, , ,T ,, E N. :X Shawnette McKee Ryan McMillan Gary Needham Kelly Ames is one of Tustin High's most talk ative people. She's not only talkative, but she's also a Varsity Cheerleader and is very spirited. This year Kelly won the Miss Tustin Contest and now reigns as Miss Tustin. Kelly also represented Tustin High School on the Aca- demic decathelon team, and yearbook staff. Kelly was born in San Francisco and has lived in Tustin for seven years. Kelly's fu- ture goal is to be a newscaster. She hopes to attend UCSB and wants to major in communications. ln the summer, Kelly goes water skiing and to the beach. Greg Levin is also a very talkative person at Tustin High School. He was born in Los Angeles, and has lived here since nursery school. During the summer Greg spends his time at the beach and likes to surf, and in the winter, he snow skiis and still surfs. Greg's talkitis hit him when he was born. He hopes to attend UCSB and is going to major in commu nications. As you can see, these two talk- ative people have lots in com- mon. Betsy Nelson David Nelson Q0 'N' Ufb KQQU . Kelly Ames finds no need for Greg Levin to be talking at this time. OJQQQK5 0 Q!! Senior Class 159 160 Senior Class X-xr, .by Y - , ' 4.1. 5 . , ,M 7 ' F , ,Wmmwfw Scott Newman lVHnh Ngo Peter Nguyen Quyef Nguyen f Anthony Nitz Paul Nolan Michael O'Brien James O'Connell ,1 t fi Brian Oglesbee Robert Oliver Christine Olsgaard Kelly O'Neal . If 4 + i,ai , Casey Orourke Scott Otsura Gregg Pancoe 2' Ray Pearson ., ,X ..-.Af Philip Pederson Lisa Pellegrino .m?P'gf:5bq.v,:.:::5:4QLd:.fig-.f. 1 .-.-, . - ., , c ,JL-if ,gsw 455: . -,W ,L , , ., 1 T -4-Q-ay-,. fit' 4... 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He has enjoyed football the most and has re- ceived many football awards because of his dedication. As a Freshman, he was voted most valuable back. As a Sophomore, he received the most valuable player award, and in his Junior year, he lettered. Darren said he has gained strength and discipline by participating in Tustin's football program. He plans to play foot- ball at Brigham Young University, next year. Kirby Piazza has been involved in foot ball, track and basketball at Tustin. Kirby has received many awards for his athletic persutes, including "most valuable player" in basketball, Kirby enjoyed football the most, however. Football activities have given Kirby the opportunity to get to know kids from other schools, and Kirby has really gained some good friends. Kirby will continue to play football at college next year. Jenny Wright has played soccer, ten- nis, and softball for Tustin. She practiced every day after school for two hours. She has received many awards and recognition because of her dedication. Jenny X lettered in softball her first year of playing. Jennyls favorite sport is soccer because she enjoys "running around" and being active. She also said sports have helped her become "more in- volved in school". Jenny plans to play soccer next year at Chapman College. John Pinson Brad Pollard Steve Polley Sean Propst Dione Randell , ln 1 iw .. ff try-f,, ' - f-Sffenf "-'aaax-wha .f1if'e?i':raf?i gf .I .ff emf-2-41. -wq'1:i'?" --,,4:L:w:Ae1, '1 7 u 'Ill' :. ' -'V-,pf fu -ifwiffiitigfi ,fx .- - 4 ,WH , , . Mm. ,f,9.,,. ,nf .Hn t , ,. , ,,,,,.,..e.f4 ,.4,,.X we W 1 H ' A kiwi. 5' 'f. , a n f:?'E:fL5:f'g-:earn , 2f9'f'z?k' , . ,:v,.:- 453' ff, '- .izwig ., X 1 Amy Po well ' e Michael Predney Karen Pritchett nf' M Y' Z ,f Q6 QA ,.,. , I hx Kathy Pualski Monica Ramirez Jeffrey Ramsey , Mn , 4 'ferun , , 5?-fi? 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I . , o f Q - a ': l "dw Je 'qvtwyf , 1 'Wir' "2 K 3'4" 'wif r- :' ,A f V: -f U 1 , . of ff 1 f Q55 : l n k , ' 1 Julie Saltarelll Mmam Saltarelll l , , if w W I Greg Santori Thomas Sca vuzzo effiezhef 'ff '-Hsff f 4 1, 3 447 'W , ,,.f'?5 ,' 3795, 9 wwf ' f gig' . wi 1 iff ,sf 'i-2 ,ff , -f - - 1 ff -ft 145' 35'-' ' . 3' i1'Aff-A ' v ' I 1 1 ' , 44, I 'fi ,I 'V ' '. if - 4 "Zia ,,f nuff- , , fwfr- f ,wwfwfff Laura Seigle Martha Serrania Senior Class 165 o 166 Senior Class Ed Sharar Julian Shea ' R? a ,. V i Q . Michelle Shirley Kathy Shi ves ,X -R . Jeff Smith Jennifer Smith Janet Sheets Stephen Sh unn Karin Smith Yip Eric Sherman ,..v- - ,Q??'5M 1' 1 , ,w . ' ' Zigi 'QA qzirr 'N 'M ,4 "-a Krista Sim or Kendra Smith I JH 4. ia, 5. Jenny Wright and Kirby Piazza are both seniors at Tustin High. Jenny is on Tustin's 1 soccer team and Kirby plays Football. Jenny A 9.-It j said in her spare time, she works at Burger ' 'tx 'bu '- , fr -Q King and she called herself "the whopper , " ,, ' if Fly woman." These two seem to be the life of . ,K Y . W -ik' ' 1 1 , .1 the party wherever they go. 1 . 'HA 2 sa!! '- R ' si is n' we iff? jf g 711 X vi Kirb y Wright laughs at the photographer. y Piazza cheers on for the Grim Reaper while Jenn X 1 4 . 5 'ru gala , fri.. ., gc if f 4 15 i H X MK, 1215 A x 3 ,ZW , . E , , ,,,. A , V ' 1 4 4- Kim Smith Valerie Smith Senior Class 167 168 Senior Class .Ain-asap, , Daniel Smoot Joseph Snydel Bob Sorcabal Michelle Spackman 'QHJM Julie Spellman John Spiak A Pamela .Stevenson Dianne Stickley Bret Stall David Staton Rodney Stone Garrett Stryker - V14 'df 0,3 ,g,,,,., ., w"1'-A fa-'iff frm-5 MVIS F' ,- -K 5 ff 4 -. 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' uh1uhsev'nJ 'MJ a yea- -fx V4 1 q v fy ' ' .'..fr 'n5'o,'1" 'G-','a4'f1Q, "' mV" Frln'l! ' '.6'wv Samantha Taylor f l" 1. yi ,,,. . A Vlll A- M . s P f J , X 50 ,f gr pf .. I 2 2: I ., N arf L , -260 K: fa ' e FS? ' ' -VV, , ! V, 2 V 1 4 , ,1 V " ff 3 , ., - if - 4 ,V,,,. V. V.-V , Vgzfgm 4V , if-:iq 4 gun: -I 3 lik' -ilifirz 'va+:f23fG,'.," ' Brad Thornton u Shelly Tolton Senior Class 169 fi Juan Tomas Greg Trachy Deborah Traywick Ronilo Vestil Jim Viglione Lisa Wning . X, l v. , ff, , . Lp . , 5, . X, 3. . Kirk Vogt Cherie Volz Ngoc Vu 170 Senior Class x .':gZ1"- A '14 1-w -silt 'wif Sonia Velarde 'if- ,1- Kim Visnaw Thu Vu 1 'i 'fl Beau Mercurio is a 4 year water polo player which has helped to keep him fit, Water Polo players work out almost year round in the weight room and in the pool. This has been a contributing factor to Beau's great body. Renay Johnson has been on Pep Squad for 4 years which has been a large factor for her keeping her body fit. Occasionally Renay can be seen working out at Racquetball World or doing aerobics. Christina Vujnov Philip Waimrin Q96 IAQ fi f O Beau Mercurio and Renay Johnson model their physiques. Senior Class 1 172 Senior Class M. . ' n Q A .- L ,4 , . A. .N 1 . Steve Waltner Darren Webqter Traci White z-".:.'Q-iihgilffviiv 4:1 . 1, I Kent Ward Saundra Ward Karen Wehn Lori Wehn Tom Wilker Regina Mlkison x Leigh Weaver Drew Wetherholt Chriss Williams . if 1 ' C1 e We . L Sonya Williams Jeff wffghf Wctor Yan Z '- gs 'Tr 'uni - 3,p,,,-1: ,,,g5.2E1,fw'- -uw -71:11 , J -:Q .-..-V ..m.,...., fri.. ' ' , -hs:-W f L ,,Lb:f5L.?.?QQ. ,, .:,.i.:m,..i-:ig 52 1 V, -f ,v s -f J,,,, ?,r..-, 's.4,..r-L-aezggfggtgitiig ,.'f..,a,-...fQ-,.ygf-f---f-'Lg3'gp1,i,5:,g' f ,g 'f" ..:.g..:,.:-.45,Q A,NLk,,,,As . .UL V . Y . w..-Mw,,.q..,,1-I.-q5fgg:.1-.g,:4....,,,.. .. . 5 3. , J ,ll-5:eYLT.l-61, -,,, tf.f,..,,,.f .,,...,,...f.Mf-Q12 A 12-X f- A. ! 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J.-,A,-.a ,, ..m...h H.. .Q ,sg Q., ww - Senior Class 173 174 Senior Class QS tot ,De X0 9 Ge QQ 0 Q5 Cjofoodxro 6 ao 'ogafvl e, of xx Q. Woe 05 Cheryl Hart and Pat Hegarty were chosen by the senior class as Tiller romance couple of the year. Cheryl is a song leader and Pat is the quarter back on the varsity football team. Their relationship started out as a crush and led to the steady relationship they have now. Cheryl and Pat met in March, 1983 and have been dating ever since then. Both Pat and Cheryl plan to go on to college after high school and when Cheryl was asked what college she chose to attend she replied "one close to where Pat goes!" lt looks as if they will be together for a long time, who knows, they may be married when we come back for our 10 year reunion! I U -0- cbd QW' as wb o GQ ral YW Mark Ziegenhagen Jennifer Z uniga The Best Senior Eyes Xl 9est.lg6Vs e 0, W5 6 ofbk 00 x -if Y 6659 ww x aw wil' 0 X69 . . ,, Q100 'A are ' Seniors Kara Mehrer and Kirk Vogt were voted ashaving the best eyes in the senior class. Both Kara and Kirk have blonde hair and noticeable eyes. Karals eyes are a beautiful green and Kirk's a striking light blue. Kara and Kirk's eyes are their trademarks at T.H.S. Kara at- tended Tustin High for three years after moving to California from South Carolina after her freshman year there. Kirk is a native Californian and attended T.H.S. all four years. Kara's hobbies are sailing, ski- ing, going to the movies and doing things with her best friend. Kirk enjoys to surf, ski, sail and go to the beach. Not only do these two have great eyes but they have fantastic personalities and good looks to go along with them. Seniors Class 175 Our Senior Sponsors Mr. Mirich has been with the seniors all four years, since they were freshmen. He enjoys coaching for Santa Ana College, he also coaches the freshmen baseball team at Tustin. He was asked why he became a Senior Sponsor. He felt the class was going to be a terrific and very athletic, he wanted to become a part of it. Mrs. Krol, who has been at Tustin for 6 years and Mrs. Cecala for 3 years were also asked a few questions about the duties of a Sponsor. They commented that they help supervise the activities and give alot of advice, Mrs. Krol said, "Were full of ad- vice." lf they ever need any help we are there. These sponsors hope that in the future, the seniors will be able to look back at the great times and never forget their friends. Mr. O'Toole, Mr. Mirich, Mrs. Krol and Mrs. Cecala enjoy sponsoring the Senior class. Mr. O'Toole caught sharing his advice about college with Krista Simor. seniors 176 g- H, a 7 This years Senior Counselor, Gene O'T1 has been a counselor for the "Class of since they entered Tustin High as freshme Sept. 1981. O'Toole has been at T.H.S. fc years. He feels that, "This class is the enjoyable and friendliest class," he has counseled. ln his spare time he enjoys, going tc beach, tennis, reading, and cycling. O'Toole enjoys working with students feels he is offering them a service by helpi heal their wounds and preparing them to i their big decisions in life. Some of his duties are to have superi and to prepare kids for "Life at Tustin H He comments, "I'm the Jack of all trades master of many." -. A r -X,-A XXX XXX X XX X XXX EX X X X X , XXX XXX X wx X 1 XQXXXX XX X, X X4 XXX X X X XXX? 'X g XX RTX XXX X X XX li X X X ff ff! fff f X QX 'XX X XSXEQXQ ff!!! X f fff f f ff! 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GTARISTSDOITWITI-IH NFBrlnii'lGByTI'IS III Bl' C IDI QS . b Th S 'l I THxsMAPAILuvvA OTLICKSSCRZYCIVCH KIMO FRIESE KSTHXMOMXARIALET DANKEY Mvm UND OUTINTENSENRGYWT VATTI,fur Alles You GrtTime5WfGrtFrns8zGy HD-A-SBYSRYNINARND g u y s R E M E M B E R s:Twstd-ASAP.ILuvYaU DIEDRYZZEN 9thGRADE? Thaks to HER R Schmitt8rMR Rolfi TAKE it easyCfO 85,Its been great! SEE YA AT THE BEACH ROBERT FULLMER ASTHEEYEGAZESDO WNONYOUPRAYFORT HYSALVATIONITWILL NOTSAVEYOUITCANN OTSAVEYOU-ROBERT ANTONWILSONUSEEK NOTTHETRUTH-YOU MAYFINDITH-ROBERT F. RITA GALAN ITHANKSMOMSLDADIP ardo"Thumbsup"MMAR IO8z,SID,PAUL,LYNN,P P,IKY,RATT,NightRang erMETALRULES"85"B yAngLOVEUALLDAVI DLEE"NYE"MM25RI'l' AWILDROCKSTHS KELLY GANKEMA FINALLYMADEITIITH ANKSMOM8rDAD4EVE RYTHINGBESTBUDSJ RDMTHJAWEFINALLY MADEITINFOOTBALL CLASSOISSRULESTHS- SEEYA! DIANE GARBUSCHEWSKI SpclThnx2LttLBrT,Rita WiId,Paul,Lnda,Ang4be-I nThere-SumwfHM,TL-S pcITmsatLilswfPP,Mike, Eric,SyI-to-"BirP"Thmbs up-NghtRngr!-ThnxMom, Dad!CoSeeYaTHS!!C SONIA GARCIA To: MY Love Edward DED: When We get Mar- ried FROM: Your's Truly So- nia Luv u Mom, Dad, Raquel, Jesseg espcially Edward Garza DEBRA GARDNER 84SmrBstwJonBstFrndE A4EvrHmcng84Jogn8cC ruzn21DelYgrtKiknbakX C8 1 82JAVrTheNspratio nRclConvRbtSpc1FrnTB TZKCWgnoutDtySqdVC RThxMDCILuvmyFirma n!Xo121484 SHANE GEIVET GrtyrwfBFGI-IBSTGKM SGJWRAVsmLReEbSnU rBBwfJWJHBS?II.uvtos ki,H108csnwSumr83KMI LUVUFREVR!aCarStr?F natMMRawshuwergonKri sOD!SH84atBdTme,lmo rPm85LuvUMaDa8zS CRAIG GASKILL "84' PROM wf Joyce FA ' Grt 4YRS AT THS LuvuJFA BST FRNDSW PW PK JB'BCBECOOL I THANXMOMAND DAD4 LuvYA u TO SISES STEVE GORDON 2GALAXINA8zTHEgAN gl-IiPRINCERUI.ES!PRU PLBUNNIESSLPNKHRT SATTHEI-IOSP8zatHMIS TLLUVUVWSSCKSTY2 GTI-IR4VRME8rDANI8z CYNDISLJEFFILUVUAL LDAN8:BRADBUNEIDO LSLURPLEBUSES! 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ADFNWODCHEFKNGS QLFODGEGOODBY-T HS85KTF Being voted as having the best smiles in the Senior Class, John Heckencamp and Kathy Shives smile for the camera. SI-IELLY HOFFMAN BRF KWN'83 D no'Tks 4 Grt X Kath!WdBdg Pk!TCC Tnx 2 COMOM DB3am-LmpyfSnLncl 6d L c k if 1 3 4? 5 3 ! FnXAnd'31' Estr'84 M s t n g W L D R D PLmSpgs GrtMemryz TKS MOM,J8cM! THAD HOGAN PETEI-IITNRUNWASFU N.VFBNU1TI-IANXMAN PACCFUNKTWICHBAS TIRD4?82PARTYANIM ALCYCLESFUNROZM ANGOAHEADMAKEM YDAYINSANITYBYEB YETHSHIUSMCCLASS OF85 -759 1FASTTIMESIN FB TED I-IOLT SLNTSSOLSWANKBR. FTZINdP,HLCMB,DC,T I-I.DBWFB3BH2,WLwrl TKL.TI-INKSM8cD,8:esp .BOB JAMES I-IOMER OUTofALI.TI-IEYEARS ATTI-ISJUSTREMB-CUZ URBCHTNTI-IEMWELA FEDTI-IANXZALLIDIDI TLUVUALLRI-ILCMYB ESTBUDSCI-ICEPCDFD AMGWHATELSECANIS AYLOVEYOUMOMAN DDADANDFAMILYTH ANX TRACY HOOVER G r t y W t J R D ekGJCSQTHDI-ITHS VAR Ten! prom '83 "TroyS" LUV U SEAN! I'RAMO" GD Luck! BF Juls PK'DI." 8zStuff " WFWDH NVER4 get Senior Class 181 "blchrs" Thanxs mom- ,dad 8: Bri Loveu SHERI HOWE DRMA9!f1LVULR!LvuaL LJMKBMBBTELSKBFL FLMBULLSHOTIBYES DVGWNSDSGSG11chB MKDMDJWLVUMBSAR T.XC8aTRK2yrcmpWSC JMPIBLSHSSKTAHLO VEUDADSLMOMISJOY NAK MARK HUFF Thefootballseason6-445 4ThadHogan'spartymeg ettingtheticketatthatpart yandTimHollIngerMr.La ntzletsusoutfor2ndLunch 3Times DAVID HUNTER BestFrIends!MARCIESo phiaEddie8rWChangW-A C8:DFTTawnLVUSOPH byeEDByeH2OPOLO8r BPhilIOUMCHMSSmith 8cTaylorThxMomDadDo nJ8aCHiArtCentYENCHI NGIFMSWILZUNSMITA Y DANA HYDE 3yrsASB1FnstJD2AmyS NvrFgthad2groUpPapa OldrfrndsAliTootsSKKi m8rCheryl4!?1BStxLagSu mr83Lrning2LuvSeaner PrHC83BgAlmissUKSRJ BMJI.SpclBaBAbyAlwys MESLMUNZA DIANE JANSEN PATBENATAR83LGKG MGKRVOBCPQRSKLO SRONBRKFSTSMKOUT TAYLORSK ENOSM OT LEYCRUEPHHVUMET ALJAMSLATEONMBSL MMIMELGIBSONOWIL ATERDAYSTHSBYEBE 182 Senior Class Nancy Knee, Susan Tate, Danielle Ralph, Traci White, and Amanda Burnett believe in a "clean" campus! STBUDSITHANXMOM 8cDAD STEVE JIRON ILUVUCHERYLBBSTF RNDS-BG,JG,FM,KC,A A.2LIVEIN'85"2ALLM YFRNDSILEAVEBEHIN D-SEEYA! !-BYETHSPR TYTME! RENAY JOHNSON LUVUSis,Gma,M8.rD!U2 JPKSCVlThnx4evythg! Wont4gtKR8zgrtbucls-luv uall!4yrsPEPSQuad'Cam pwfKS!Evrydance!84co mp8cQueenThanxTHS4a great4years!ll DAVID JORGENSEN US8rOUR'PALS'CHRIS ANDYCMRMATTLAUR AIIEIWHELIITSIRKPCN SRDMAJBEESHLBRAD OARVAENNOVYRNRY ICLV'WILEYA'NSEGO DDEPLODIANBILLYR NIBORNTERESAJLLA AYALREHCUOBH MARK JURKOWSKI ADIEUHIGHSCLHELL OCOLLEGEWOMENJZ ZCLASSICALHEAVYM ETALOZZYWALLYGE ORGEKILLCOMMIESJU MBOJETSVIVELAFRA NCEETUAMERIQVEAB STRACT PAUL KARDOS IMOUTOFHERE!BstBud sDLslgmondJBslimPWno odlesKWklnko,TolvrySP ECIALPERSONTeriHut h-Oct19,84.Thanx LORI KATNIK BstXwfLorRmbrJ8zSatb ch,SHrngLKrPrtyWfKhl pNrGmluvUMbGoodXin BeastMb1KwRmbrHChit eTapsRBnvrNice!TrkWf GmKpChsgJRblzdToOC CthnxMom8cDadILuvU! CRAIG KATZMAN BSTFRNDSWfYA'RO'E C'MN'75mphT1K'sNKw fDW'BIOWM4KEM'FST CARS'CARRALLYS'SW SM'NTVZ'ANGELOS'S DSUONMYWY'THANK SFOREVERYTHINGMO M!I.ETSBLOWTHISJOI NT!!! LESLIE KEARNEY Hey dds I md IT!HEY Kmbo ITS our13yrs of sch !! Im Fre t Legh nw! Hpe u hv fn at THSnxt yr kmbo Im gld I wnt b hre nxt yr I cnt bleve lm Free! JEFF KELLY THANKSFORTHEGOO DTIMESTHSL?tetoalTh eTe-chersLETSGOKNG SANDSBRESGOODLU KPAULDSNOUANAND HOWYYOUPNGASTH DLATCTHSPICKTHAN KSMOMANDDAD WILEY KENNEDY BRAD,HARPER,DAVID- Outatlast!Otooleturnerly nchbyebyeDRESSWeird HAVEFUNWHOCARES ?SXPstlS,I.amboghiniRul eByetoFriends,Teachere .NoTrendys!Thanx.DK JEFF KETTERING VARSITYGoalIE845GR TSESNPmb4AlumniGam oGsvGtBchwphLsmR72 PLYLNZKkkouT3dysBK RBTSESnREDlNAceofS PADESITHANKSMOM NDADLUVUBOTH!!!wn trFrmlTBJWGOODLUC KSISI KHANH KHUU thnksMomDadBRO8aSIS- biTHS-thnkstoallofmyTE ACHERS4alltheseyrs-bia Ilmyfriends8zgoodluks-Ilu vyouTHUYg4ever-84me morieslive4everinsides.T Ksg BARRY KIILEHUA RUSHRULESDAVIDNU BADFORYOURBODYH MRKMRWMCMCDSNA RKSQUOCLEMAIWPER WIN441ZOOXLDHHSB URTONKELE--SIERRA8 IIREIASLSALTY EUNMI KIM HaHaHoHo! WONDER- FUL. BEATIFUL CAM- PUS, TEACHERS. HOT SUMMER, HOT CLASS- ROOM. O.KO SENIOR BREAKFAST AND GOT SICK. SANG KIM ADIOSTHSITHANKSZ MY85FREINDSSCDSMJ SLAPCLASSESCHESS CLUB.HELLOUClPROF ESSANDWOMENINOM OREHW'SESSAYS.MO RECALCULUSANDMO REMONEYTHANKSMO MDADGODBLESSME! SIHA KIM I WOULD LIKE 2 THANK YOU 2 ALL THE TEACHERS A D STUDS THAT I HAD AN OPPORTUNITY WITH YOU ALSO MY MSLD. SINCERELY SIHA DIM "1985" GOD BLESS U GH NANCY KNEE 4EVRWTHBEAVRILVU MST:4-YRSVSOCERBST TMS-MINRSPRTSBST:X CWASGD?FRNDSSHK MCHSLLVBSTBDDH-PR NKSAVONZDYISGETI WOUTXTRASISCCRM OMGRT-MISUSETICOF YSCKSILVMYFMLY LISA KOENES SUMMER'84,VWRabt,D DconctSnDgo,U2cnctBst FrndsCM,TB,DR,DG,LF, JG,GODrulz,Thebgk,wrk ,Jm,AK,LB,TL,MP.Than xM8LD,lLUVYOU MICHELLE KOERNER BFBOBfTELLE3musktr mzcBoDmicllyrsAMESL VU!HugeSACKRSgsNK ESKTRNCHROBYSBMF STLLVUSSCLBHSENA LEdJAVMMSATN1tkwo tstheguysGdxw1VMLVU DANNYTXHNKSMOM, DADSLDAN VALERIE KOINES Snurgkenoslvannamobile jugglingPaIaPsaRuby'swi zardrywinterFormal'82C hocolateshal-cesTennisBal boawfgoodfriendsalways IREAN KOLSY YHAJIKOLSYILOVYO UMOMQSDADGOLAKE RSSWILLCOMESEESY OUSOONITHSHiMrsMa ttsonGodBIessyouSTHS YeaUeSrASYeaPakISTA NSLiteistooShort MINAKO KONNO I think We had a great time. Ijust came here sen- ior year, but I'm sure that will be great memery for me. 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IK HEB HET GEHAALD P A P A E N M A M A THANKS AGAIN "class of 85" DUTCHBOY HENK MEYLING KELLEY MEZA LOVETOLEE4-EVERSO N4ASHERIANGIETAM MYRhondaCathyBFKiss Rock85ThanxMom8rDad Loveya4-EVERHeavyME TALCRUESonya8LMelim oRadTimesAlIthroughse nioRyEPRSeeyATHS KENT MILLIGAN CC8rTrackRule84VARM DDSCSDBSWSC.WERE ALL.S.M.F.GETSHADE S.HMConcertswfSC.BF' SCAMEL,Tree,Ears,Tat o,sprBoard.HEYMr.EiIer tsgotaJoke.ThankMomfo reverythn ROBIN MINUSKIN Alwys think Strawberries CRT Oper at CBI Gr8T job UCI 8: SrAitis 'Thanks to mom gl Greg 8: Irv 8: Grandparents' Goodby to easy life 4 ever! Hi UCD DEANN MOORE CLASS OF 85 Goodluck LuvtomyNvyMan Alws' Rembr GREAT TMSW PBLSIBFFJ Neverfgt 184 Senior Class f r i e n d s T H K GSTDRJCPTOHD Bc Gang VTen8aSocr ByMrsS! Thanx Luvu mom8cDad MARK MORITZ OingoBoingo,ForEVER!! VW,isTHECAR!Allmybe sttomybestfriendsJONK ELRYDAUHidE!THANX !!!AndEspes!yLiSA!IwillL ovEyoualways! IIBYEBY ETUSTINWilIMisyou!! 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Bye-By TUSTIN HIGH MIKE PREDNEY H S B - B A L L 456 3 5 TJSOPHBEST LUVYA- MOMUDI' DAD THAN- KYOU THS FOR ALL THE GREAT TIMES JC, BR, RL, BEST FNDS P "CYBIL" L MR D "T" SO LONG FNDS AND THS MONICA RAMIREZ GODisDway!!BSTFRND SGOD,PAM,LSASmer8 4PtoVLRTA!!!KlnRtCHS eERCKRNMJBABE'f'K nIwddBst!Fn,Fn,Ken,HA: ,ROBcs,HELTNTThnxM omyIluvu.YurDbst!HAP YTMSWGARI JEFF RAMSEY GdbyTHSjrfsrBsthdfnPr tywfBBUDSH 1Osk-sum fSnoskiUaPwDr-x-mAsT HANKUMOMNDadiluvU STACIyuk-BfYAHOGdti mesVWbetrtimesZ!BOL O DIONE RANDELI., SUMMER'84-w-DLBPM TKH8LBSTFrnz.LISATA MMYDEBBIEDEBISTAC YNIK.Honda'78fHwnJB ,RC'S-SCSec.-w-TAMM Y"'AINlB"'BPLV.alway spwkLAMC-SGRevrp.wf NickiTHS LISA REED S.C. A good friend that I will always Remember. T.S. A friend. I will al- ways remember my Teachers, Library Teach- ers and Mr. Witt. 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FERNANDO CHILE Krista Simor, Shane Geivet, Leigh Weaver, and Steve Gauer push their hardest to beat the Junior class of 86'. MARTHA SERRANIA GrtTimesatTHSwont4ge tfootballgamesflyrsdance spartiesBeachnightsatBal boaGRtxwithJKHBBLJO BstFriendPattyMCouldnt havemadeitwithoutuBroI LOVEUMOMandDAD YVONNE SCHRENK Memrs'Frndz! !x-Clyr.ca mpG8zKAfCsoccgams.4 x4ngIrvPrkS8rZmilrkk8L NsnowlateniteswfNikWF 81skiOZYus83shot4-yrs. dkMDJdiksitzbinwlD!luv ualwaysBUBBAMD8zh ELENA SCBOEDES THANKS FOR THE GREAT TIME HERE! ED SHARAR ThanxMOM,DAD,CASN AL48stOCEANSIDEisbe stHURLYtri"65"CHEVE LLEONElLL,JASON,JO N,DAVE-U2BilyIdolDEV OCAL-VanMoose5Ticke ts-1yrTmYAMgoofyftAL OHAtusHIGH JULIAN SHEA 4YrswasLONGenoughI' mfinallyoutaHEREENGL ANDhereIcum!ThnxsMO M8cJPSalsoBRAD8ztheF ABPinto.CPTNCALVER Ttok.tomy1trueluv8cDE ANNE'HCwillluvU4EVR JANET SHEETS CANT BELIEVE I MADE IT! 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RGOD?E'65-84-'KEVIN Senior Class 187 Juniors, The Best Is Yet To Come The class of 86' has proven beyond a doubt that they are ready to have an awesome Senior Year. This past year flew by us and now is only in our memories. The friends we have met and the great times we have had can only be surpassed by the new friends and times we have waiting for us next year. Next year we will be Seniors and we will have our most memorable year ever. Thanks for a great Junior Year. Get ready for an even better Senior Year. Respectfully Yours Mike Rewers ggucst cry Junior Officer-President, Mike Rewers, Vice President, Nancy Drouin, Secre tary, Tanya Brady, and Representative, Yoko Hasegawa l Gina Adamo Farooq Ahmad Stacie Albertson Susan Alexander Kimberly Alkema John Alper Tina Alvarado Mark Alvarez Cathlene Alves Scott Amormino Michael Anderson Kevin Anderson -.4-'.-s..-, " -' ' Damian Arbelbide Julie Armenta Justin Arnold Katherine Ashcraft John Ashman Gilbert Aspirin Jon Aufdemberg Shannon Augustine Cheryle Baer Eric Bailey Jennifer Bakerr Eric Banner 'ai 15 --'C Class ,fx f QW J J W 49 ff mfbfiivzmaa, wr -V. Kurt Bantle Darlene Barbee Debbie Beard Rosalene Becannon David Bell Jack Bennett Kevin Bentley Kathi Berg Seth Burger Demichele Berman Monique Bernai Maurine Berry Jennifer Betow Jan Beveridge Vincent Biagiotti Michelle Biery Amber Blackwell Jeffrey Blair Teri Blair Laura Blansceto Teofil Bledea Nicole Bleich Ginger Bly Luanne Bogard Nadia Bogdan Karen Boies Will Bonilla Jeffery Boone Tanya Brady Julie Brandt Mike Braun Liz Bricker Will Brokenbourgh Aaron Brown Kenneth Brown Krista Brown Justine Bruss Gregory Bryant Buddy Burke Chris Burnes Tammy Burrer Kimberly Busby Junior Class 189 David Bushey Rosalie Bustamante Andrea Byrnes Lisa Campbell Judy Cariato Kasey Carpenter David Carpio Michael Carrano Randy Carrillo Joe Caruso Christie Casanova Patricia Castle Robin Causey Regina Chaffee Yoon Kyung Chang Shantel Charette Anthony Chavez Steven Chavez Eric Check Dawn Cheney Hyun Jung Chi Peter Chiampas Jun Cho Susan Choi Won Choi Robert Chornomud Phong Chu Brenda Clark Masato Clark Patricia Clavell Brian Cohen Kim Collins Penelope Correa Miray Cosinclas Daniel Crawford David Crawford Jenny Crummett Kevin Cruz Jennifer Cunningham Timothy Dahlberg Regina Daly Van Dang mor Class The 1984 Tustin High OCAD Team. Top row: Susan Chung, Kelly Ames, Julie Spellman, Drew Wetherholt, Coach Bob Boies, Bottom row: Laura Seigle, Pam Stevenson, and Ann Chung, Shelly Dart Stacy Dart Angie Davies Jeffrey Davis Marnye Davis Rey Delagarza Catherine Deguzman Rick Dekoning Mark Denny Andrea Denso Karen Devor Lisa Devries Erwin Diaz Danette Diaz Deleon Tony Dickson Vicky Dilger Hanh Do Corinne Dobbins OCAD Wins Big At 7:45 on the Saturday of November 17, while most high school students were still in bed asleep, 672 Orange County High schoolers met at Foothill to participate in the 17th annual Orange County Academic Decathlon. The twelve students chosen to represent Tustin High were Kelly Ames, Ann Chung, Susan Chung, Kirsten Hill, Kara Kerns, Christine Lar- son, Anna Lee, Laura Seigle, Julie Spellman, Taylor Stacey, Pam Stevenson and Drew Wetherholt. After months of studying during zero period and after school, these students were prepared for the big competition. At the Decathlon, each student took tests in Economics, Eng- lish, Fine Arts, Math, Science, and Social Science. Then they gave a four minute prepared speach and a two minute im- promptu speech, wrote an essay, had an interview, and took part in the Super Quiz. The team came in fourth place out of the 56 schools that participated. Laura Seigle won third place in Social Science and Economics, second place in English, and second place overall. Julie Spellman won third place in Economics and first place in the Speech competition. The team as a whole, also won fourth place in the Super Quiz. Individual awards were won by the members of the alter- nate team as well as by the members of the regular team. Anna Lee won first place in Essay, Fine Arts, English, and overall, and she also won second place in Science, Economics, and Math. Taylor Stacey won third place in Social Science, second place overall, and first place in Economics. Kirsten Hill won second place in Fine Arts. Ann Chung won second place in Math. Christine Larson won second place in English. The alternate team won first place over all. Junior Class 191 Kelly Donaldson Nancy Drouin Dana Dubose Alexander Duffus Charles Dunn Jason Edwards Christie Engdahl Marjean Ermel Sheila Eubanl-4 Kristen Evans Doreen Faber Tami Fairbanks Desiree Farden Christy Faubus Brian Feldman Stephen Fisher Roberta Fletcher Leisha Forbes Brenna Formaneck Michael Friend John Friske Gareth Fritschle Joy Fuller Jami Gallaway Raquel Gambsky Jerry Garcia Kelly Gavin Wendy Gay Shana Geivet David Gertz Jennifer Gilmore Jessie Gladd Elizabeth Goldberg Cecilia Gomez 192 Junior Class Mark Gonchar Bret Gonzales Leonard Gonzales Marc Gonzales Frank Gonzalez Steve Goodger Cuba Gooding Sharon Gorcly Cristina Goree Cheri Goss Casie Grant Sharon Greene Vince Greenlee Firozeh Gruber Karen Gusky Mike Hagood Elizabeth Hahn Hitting The Top Surfing at Tustin High is a very popular sport. A typical surfer, Brad Hines says, "Its really fun. Your in the water, and its a water sport." You would have to enjoy the water an awful lot to be in it as much as surfers are. Some of them are so dedicated they get up and leave by 5:00 a.m. in the morning, and then they are back in time for school. Mark Zalac a surfer says, "You meet new friends, whether your on the beach or in the water." The most important thing to a surfer is his board. "There's different varieties of surf boards," replies Buddy Burke. "There's many shapes and sizes, the prices are very expen- sive, of course it depends on what type of board you would want. You can buy new and used boards, make sure they are in good condition thoughf' Every beach is different from the other. The waves are always breaking differently, Jim Martinez replies, "You don't surf the same conditions everyday, there is a lot of variety, lt's complicated, your constantly learning. You are always surfing different challenges. Some waves are bigger than others, the bigger ones make it easier to ride rather than the smaller ones. You can't catch them as easy as the bigger ones. You can usually get longer rides with big ones, of course if you fall it will be a short ride." Trent Jackson, hits the top, backside at Newport. Junior Class 193 Mona-Rae Gonzalez 104 Juni A Juggler. . .And More Owen Morse has been juggling over four years. He was introduced to juggling by a friend who had been juggling five months. Within five days, Owen was juggling better than his friend. Now Owen juggles "everything", he said, "tennis rack- ets, bowlingballs, flaming torches, M8tMs and eggs 7' One of Owen's favorite acts is juggling an egg, a skillet, and a torch, ending with the egg in the skillet with the torch under it. Owen works for a company in Hollywood called "American Youth on Stage". They send him to jobs all over Southern California. Once while working in a mall during Christmas time, Owen dropped a bowling ball. Owen said, "lt almost gave Santa a heart attack!" Owen is enrolled in a juggling school called "The Wait Wait Wait School of Juggling", CThe name was derived from fruss trated jugglers.l Owen will have the chance to compete in the International Junior Championship in Atlanta Georgia, during the summer of '85, Juggling is by no means Owen's only talent, however. He is on the varsity basketball team. He is also enrolled in some really tough classes, English AP, Physics E, MMA, German ll, and Civics, Owen plans to go on to college, and not go into perfessional entertainment. Owen has gained alot from his juggling experience, however. He said, "l used to be terrified to be in front of people, it's helped me become more outgoing l really have fun when llm performing." What action! Every day at lunch, Owen practices his juggling act at school, Asam Hameed Mary Hammond Michelle Hammond Mike Hardy Scott Harvey Yoko Hasegawa . Alan Hatanaka Holly Halton Daniel Hayes Larry Hausher Thomas Hayes Catherine Hays Tom Heaton Machelle Hendrickson Teresa Hernandez Mike Herzig Corrine Highland Kirsten l-lill I V' Michelle Hill Mary Hoag Tony Hoblak Heip Hoang -T. T7 James Hoffman Glenn Hollingshead or Class 3 j . ...mg Van?-'ff' ' T., 1t.,..,Jg1' 'Wt - ,.., ffvlar f 2-tl l 7 exalt 'Q t V517 -9 ., K' W X2 2 Susan Homer David Hoon Jeffrey Horne Kimberly Hoy Doug Hudson Teri Huth Dave Ignatius Patricia Iske Gregory Jackson Trent Jackson Judith Jacobson R. T. Jacobson Susanne Janes Ann Jeffries Jim Jereczek David Johnson Kathy Johnson Lori Johnson Tammy Johnson Casey Jones Rick Judson Michael Karlesky Kent Katnik Avrum Kaufman Carson Kay Allison Kemp Kerri Kempton Kara Kerns Jeffrey Kiehn Judy Kilmer Harris Kim Jenefer Kim Jeong Kim Sinine Kim Elizabeth Kimbro David Kinder Jeffrey Kline John Knudsen Jill Knutson ugh Chrissy Kollenborn Gregory Kossak Tina Kramer Ju nior Class 195 John Krochman Pam Kroll Christy Kuroishi Laurel Lamb Diane Lammedee Denise Langhoff Paul Lapcheslae Michael Larkin Christine Larson David Lavally Richard Lawrence Gordon Lay Sophie Lay Cuang Le Hung Le Linh Le Minh Le Minh Le Phoung Le Sally Leboeuf Daniel Leatherman David Lee Frank Lee Jin Lee Keith Leesman Travis Lehman Donna Levvandovvskl Eric Lindren Paul Litchenberg Heidi Lloyd 100 Junior Class Chris Long Debbie Longobardi Damian Loo Rodolfo Lopez , Barbara Lynch , 1 Ken Lynch Sheila MacKenzie Paul Mahar Ray Madrid Cynthia Mallard Ronald Mann Dawn Manning Jose Manzo Rodney Mapes Dave Marselles Suzanne Martin Heather Matheny Robby Matsunaga The Guy Behind The Baseball Glove After contributing to Tustin,s Varsity Baseball Team, Mike Morehead has been recognized as an outstanding athlete. Mike has received his Varsity Letter each season from 1983 to 1985. As a Sophomore, he was named to the Second Team All- Century League and was honored as "Rookie of the Year" for the 1983 League Championships. As a Junior, Mike was named to the First Team All-Century League as a third baseman, he was not only an excellent fielder but was also an outstanding batter with his league batting average of .51O. This same year, Mike was awarded the most valuable player on the Varsity Team and was also made Varsity Team Captain for 1985. Beyond his personal achievements as a ballplayer, Mike has proven himself to be, in the truest sense of the words, both a gentleman and a scholar. His dedication throughout the past three years has served as a source of inspiration for players and coaches alike. He has excelled not only on the field of play, but also in the classroom, where he has managed to maintain a 3.8 grade point average. Mike's baseball coach for the past three years, Dan Sheehy, said, "Mike has earned the respect of his teammates, class- mates, and instructors due to his dedication and self-sacrificing efforts to excel in all his endeavors. Very seldom does such a superb athlete come along that exhibits so many of these fine qualities. It has been my good fortune to have coached such an athletef' Junior Class 197 108 Junior Michel Mazowiecki Mike McCarthy Jennifer McCartney Christine McConnell John McCormick Brett McEwen John McKeon Kelly McLean Laura McWilliams Kris Mendez Gerado Meras Angela Merritt Joseph Michl Quinn Millard Jamie Miller Donna Milligan CJ Mills Josephine Mina Samantha Mitchell Kari Moe Melody Montano Mark Montano Shelly Montgomery Rosalie Moreno Gina Moreno Samantha Muhic Laura Mullenger Brandon Murphy Paula Myers John Nardulli Jillisa Negard Robin Negendank Dana Nelson Kimberly Nelson Todd Nelson Deborah Ness Lori Neurt Veronica Newbold Timoni Newman Troy Nezos Chau Nguyen Dung Nguyen Class Y-N 'hr V? S2 J Q' i The Straw l-lat Gang, Darryl Harris, Jude Correa, Yvonne Torres, and Damian Arbelbide pose by the Hot Wheels Delivery Vehicle, "The Straw I-lat Gang" Where can you get great tasting pizza, fresh crisp salad and ice cold drinks? The answer is Straw Hat, Straw Hat is a place with a comfortable and friendly environment. Everytime you go in, you can probably find someone you know, Part of the reason is that over half of the employees attended Tustin High within the last five years. The present student employees are Jude Correa, Yvonne Torres, Darryl Harris and Damian Arbelbide. The ex-student employees are John Bertrand, Jim Coty, Eric Eichinger, Steve Ragsdale, Melissa Walker. We all work together as a team to make your visit a good one. lt is the relationship between the bosses, customers and employees that make Straw Hat work. Even though the employees say that working at Straw Hat is fun, it does get hectic at times. Such times are when all the phone lines ring at once and none of the customers know what they want, and you have twenty orders in line to be made and as soon as you finish one another one goes in line. This gets even more hectic when there are no dough rollouts to make the pizzas with. This usually happens on friday, but does happen at other times too. However, we always finish the orders. Even though we have problems at times, Straw Hat is a fun place to work. 6. 253 gvwfrw' We l-lien Nguyen Le Nguyen Long Nguyen Ngoc Nguyen Quan Nguyen Thuy Nguyen Ut Nguyen Michael Nichols Warren Nix Tim Nolan Bill North Robert Nowark Brian Nuzzo Michael Nykanen Lena Nyman I-layato Ochiai Dawnell Oliver Jose Ortega Chris Ostrander David Oursler Chris Pace Launa Pacetti Belinda Padilla Cinthya Pagoaga Junior Class 199 '4Crazy Lazy Days" This past summer all of us students really expressed the theme "crazy". The majority of us arose bright and early in time for lunch and headed where else for the beach! Here, friends, foes, groups and cliques lay enjoying the sun's radiance. We would run around, sleep, eat and for the most part be lazy. Our nightimes were filled with excitement! Going dancing or down to the beach were crazy ex- periences, Screaming out car windows at cute guys or girls typifies the frantics which we all experienced. But now its back to school and our craziness is again replaced by laziness until the weekends come around. The alarm goes off and instead of it being bright, sunny, and time for lunch, it's dark, cold, and time for breakfast. Our school weeks are filled with anticipation for the week- end. Sixth period on Friday brings out our ener- gy and the crazy days begin for the weekend. Suzanne Palmer Peter Papadopoulos Young Park Keith Pasternak Chris Patten Preston Patton ina . Modesta Perez Danielle Perkins Christy Peter Mai Pham Ngoc Pham Tan Pham Paige Pierce Susan Pierson Heather Pittman "' Lisa Poe Amy Pollard Lori Pounds Laurence Preijers Marjorie Prell Kenneth Prochnow Frank Purnell Chrissy Quimby Gina Quinn 200 Junior Class fm H01 Sean Quinn Kirk Quinones Jim Rauland Tim Rauter Lisa Relph Robyn Relph Mike Rewers Mike Richard Brian Richardson Greg Richardson Kelly Rickard Susan Rieneuschneider Denise Roach Leslie Robinson Tim Robinson John Robinson April Rodriques Kimberly Rofoli Brian Rogers Monica Rojas Danae Rott Crystal Rowley Freddie Royal Joanne Ruano James Rundle Natalie Russel Joann Sabu Sean Sanchez Stan Santiago Lisa Schaaf John Scher Dan Schmetzer l-lollee Schneider Darryl Schrage Karen Schrock Richard Schroeder Dean Schulte Kelly Scott Tammy Scott Susie Scurie Kimberly Seieroe Dana Severson Junior Class 201 Laura Shadburn William Shapiro Cassandra Sharar Kristi Shaw Brett Shelton Allison Shipley Dennis Shunn Doug Siskowic Stanton Skallerud Dennis Smith Sean Smith Tiffanie Smith Dorothy Snyder Stephanie Solis Melissa Solomon Hilda Solorzano Jeffrey Solt Kristi Sperling Adam Spiking Mary Spitzer Craig Springer Taylor Stacy Tyler Stein Julie Stewart Tiffany Stewart Debra Stinnett Duane Stockdale Rick Stone Christina Strack Walter Stuart Kimberly Styers Jeffrey Suclla Charlie Sullivan Steve Surico Mike Svendsen Gary Sykes Laura Takenaka Matt Talley Steven Tapie Chris Tardiff Rachel Taylor Brian Teague 7 7 J nor Class Mika 'Q' A V11 ,Q 1,5 'Wxwkfsy A , , , V, M it ,f I V, ,. .. WM mf-f '-Q if v--5 L9 m'nMA'l'E i ' .ffl 'V'i:1,f'-.1' .y X if Q a W K. K, is I1-1I?1" " . '5 i - '- 2-L, - - f' ,,., cu 1. N, .,.- Collecting For Fun And Profit Around the world collecting for a hobby has been popular for many years. The things being collected range from little items like marbles to big things like cars. It all depends on the collectors feelings. They usually collect for the thrill of it or for the money or even both. Mo Clark, a junior, has a hobby of collecting baseball cards He has over 5000 cards. Half of his cards are fairly valuable. Some of his rookie cards like Robin Yount of the Milwaukee Brewers and George Brett of the Kansas City Royals are worth S20 each. Mo also has some rookie cards that are worth 8 to 10 dollars like Fred Lynn of the California Angels. Mo quotes, "It's like gold, the price of it may go up or down." To keep his cards in good condition, he uses plastic pockets so the end of the cards will not bend. Collecting can at times be expensive. During baseball season Mo spends S10 a week on baseball cards. ln off season he attends baseball card conventions once every 3 months and spends 51550. A few of the cards Mo buys are priced at S5 each. All the money Mo spends a month can add up to be a lot. Mo admits, "Even though this hobby is involving spending alot of money it's great watching your first few cards turn into room fulls. Mark Teal Julie Teater Rochelle Teter Paul Terry Katherine Thatcher Stephen Thayer John Thiebolt Willey Thomas Kimberly Thompson Janine Tidman Max Tilley Pablo Torres Small portions of Mo's collec- tion. Junior Class 203 :L Broadcaster Staff Top Row Rlch Boyce David Staton Bull Reiter Stephanie Knudson Lisa Vining Taylor Stacy Dan Hatfield Row2Ellen Berry advisor, Dana Hart Kelly Ames Lnsa Golka Cathy Allard Kris Kahkanen Denise Cavignano Stacy Jenkins Llzzy Clavijo Sean Propst Tim Long Front Row: Damd Kinder Fred Royal Hayato Ochlal Yvonne Torres Billy Turnbaugh Warren Turner Eve Uhler Scott Urschel Chris Vallevieni Ray Vance Gabriel Valazquez Jorge Villar Melissa Wadsworth Dean Walker Rosanne Warner Joel Warren Gregory Waters Chris Way Brandy Weagly Laurie Weaver Kimberly Webb Lee Webb Trisha Webb Wendy Webb Art Weeks Jeff Wendt Jody Wenski Class Juniors, Kim Wetherholt and Kim Collins, Show their smiles after another Tiller touchdown. W -f. . 1+ Y, , Ax Chris Werthmuller Kimberly Wetherholt A - A s - Y Joclene Whiting Jason Whitley si , if.- wx Robert Witting is Carol Wentsel 1 N 5 , -2 if it Y N X X ' N f x xx x XX X Q ' Julie Wienckowski Kacey Wilson Staci Wilson David Wise Trisha Wolfram Y 1 Sooyeon Woo x N Joe Wozniak Wendy Wrught Carmen Wyns ,F E if Milton Yeo Katherine Yoon Y Keri Yoshida sw Y ssiavs Y , ii: :::" ,, - 'xl s' X 'stt: .osts , Y . - rx N - ' -'.,s 'gyiq .Q X X - N X fl Lg ,N y G K1 X N l ax 'Q Janabe Young l-lilmi Zein Julia Herman Geoff Howard Junior Class 205 Sophomores Achieve Success! Success! The class of "87" has continued the tradition of academic excellence and spirit at Tustin High. We have showed our extreme dedication to athletics as well as academe ics. This continued success allows us to look back among our many accomplishments at Tustin High. The last two years have been filled with memories of good times and new acquired friendships. With these new friend- ships, the class of i'87" has succeeded in becoming united and whole. This unity and many memories will allow us to continue our journey towards excellence. We take all of this year, with high enthusiasm, academic and athletic committments, student involvement, and a dedication towards, excellence, into our junior year. Sincerly, Drew Lautrup Sophomore Officers: Michael Dobak, Drew Lautrup, Julie James, Kristin Vogt Vogt Robert Aaron Larry Abramek Robert Adkins Miguel Alcazar Michael Ale Albert Almazan Jayna Alsop Christian Amorino Doneisa Anderson , Tricia Andres Jon Andrews Terrence Arnold , 4 l. Elizabeth Ashcraft Kelie Atkinson Michael Audet Jackie Baca ,Q Lisa Bailey A Jonathan Baity w i xx , . Donna Baker Sheldon Baker Sonia Baker Shannon Bales Juan Barajas Michelle Baranov 'N--of PM Sophomore Class if jf J., f - f X 1 Zigi' "'2y4' ff Q- -4 X ff? f ZW Z f if f 'W C, A , ,ggi , fr Y 'A 'V W, O f X Z!! 1 X g ff 2 , hd ' ff I Xi? 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'fi " YWQ , ,,,f.,v V, , ,. f .52 ' ,V ,f f ' Q fr i' , ff! f,,0w!, fi' 5 dl ,qwfy 314: "ff ,f Zi Tonya Barnes Rick Barrett Michelle Barry Nicole Bartolomucci Cheryl Bates Samantha Bates Erik Bauernfeind Katie Bauden Chris Beard Steven Beato Kelly Bellegarde David Belmarez Cheri Belton Laura Bennett Chris Benson Annette Beres George Beveridge Michael Biard Donna Bingham Alexander Black Julie Boies Tami Bolton Tony Borkowski Jeffery Bos Jennifer Boydston Deana Boyle Krista Bradley John Breen Richard Brethour Heather Brown Laura Browne Eric Brzeszinski Nga Bui Elaine Burrows Paul Busa Carye Campbell Nathan Campbell Todd Canedy Monica Cantrell Samuel Carmona Jennifer Carter Craig Castellanet Sophomore Class 207 Omar Castrezana Henry Castro Mark Cerneka Cheryl Chambers Jim Chambers Fred Chang Orina Chang Emmie Chang Darin Cheatham Andrew Chi Jae Cho Jun Chong Jaehee Chung Yong Chung Yuko Clark Lizzy Clavijo Kristina Clevenger Lori Collins Susan Conklin Tanya Crume Pamela Cruz Chris Currie Barbara Curtis Stephen Dahlberg William Dalgerty Dennis Dalton John Daly Hung Dam Ralph Damato Tiffany Davies Eric Davies Ty Davis Sherry Debter Sandra Decapite Pamela Delamater Marita Deleon Debra Delyea Deborah Ditillo flflr-il: Do . -X , , f.' -X 'ilsisfwr ,Q . KM. QL ,. 5-,filiisi flji: +1434 I 3'2x-5i'fLf33E" 'X' .' I X' if- ' 'Q l' N. . ,Nl . A ,W School Spirit Shines In A Tustin Tiller Senior Mike Predney showed his school spirit by participating in various activities. He cheered at all of the Football, J.V. Basketball, Girlls Varsity Basketball, and Girl's J.V. Basketball games. He also attended all of the pep rallies, dances, and pep assemblies. When asked why he goes, Mike said, "I enjoy cheer- ing, I know that if I'm there cheering for them, they will come and cheer for me." As a Varsity Basketball player he knows the importance of support from the stands. He said, "It really helps to have people cheering. I get more out of a game if people are cheering for me. It gives me extra energy." Mike goes the extra mile to support Tustin. While he thinks Tustin students have spirit, he said, "A lot of people go to the game just to socialize. They don't have interest in the game." He believes that the whole crowd should be cheering right along with the cheerleaders. Mike Predney is a great example of a Tiller with spirit, Steven Dorsch Richard Drake Lisa Dumis Jamie Dunn Mylinh Duong Joanne Eagan Dave Echevarria Jack Edwards Paul Egendorf Dianna Ehlers Kimberly Ellison Larry Elmore Tamara Endicott Matthew Engquist Lewis Ervoes Gary Evans Jeff Faccio Thomala Fair Carolyn Faria Kelli Fasano Hugh Fast Scott Feldman Helen Fields Scot Fillman Sophomore Class 209 Bradley Finney Paul Fisher Holly Fletcher Amalia Flores Chris Floth Ray Flowers Stacy Foley Tanya Forbe Twanda Ford James Formby Steven Foster Laura Frazer Carrie Freeman James Frye John Frye James Fuller Lisa Gable Gilbert Galvan Sandy Gaston Amber Gerbitz Sevan Gergian Everett Gesford Kristen Gibson David Gilbody Craig Gill Donald Glover Hector Gomez llisha Gonchar Janice Gonzales Rena Gonzales Java Gordon Shannon Gordon Tammy Gordon Timothy Grabel-4 210 Soy homorc Class '37 .M X v' xgiltf ' W ffkt 'ww 'fl U33 faux , me T . Ju. I 'K I S 5. b l A l rl i L, l 1 Michelle Guenette Steve Gurrola Robert Hamilton Michael Hanes Eric Haney Brian Hardin -7- swwv I V Susan Hardson Cathleen Hardy l l li. Kevin Hargrove Brenda Harness Andy Harper Victoria Harringto l M, x . Ep U f vrwa. , c,,,. - ,, M ' 'ns . .,k v, ' X . . " fs J I W -X h g f:- ,. i L v I At' I A A F 3: f. ig ..s 3:. . I s ,,.,, V ' N v Q ' 'film ' if NM 43, b. ., . Qi: I ' X Q -'ig A 'V . r t. irmf' Colby Harris W, ,, Dawn Harris James Harris Elvia Harrison Kelly Harsh Linda Harvey Us-4? ' ' ff V 7 ' - if Q gy f 753 if f X f i f 4 7 fi as f f i ff I X fl? , 5 r, : .. ,M 41144. , Summer Freedom Gr School? The sound of ringing bells of summer freedom echoes through the Tustin High corridors. Knowing school has ended and a new beginning of summer has started, the classroom doors are swung widly open with summer hopefuls running for their lockers, that would be opened for the last time for at least 3 months. One by one locker doors are being slamed. While the lockers are waiting for cob webs to form, the school is empting quickly. Summer is a chance to let out half of the pressures you gain in a school year. It also gives you time to do the things that you wanted to do but just didn't have the time during school schedules. A student thought, "During school days I wish there were more hours." In few short months school would start again as planned. Every year there are alot of eager students who make school a little fung Full of activities and friendly people. School is where your friends are and the great place to find more. Maybe waiting for summer wouldn't be that long of a wait. The year goes so fast, 22 :rm oc ,gm 'U o '1 1.0 O :- nv :1 rn. S :1 O m CU '1 cu m FL cu m H iv sr m nw Er 'U 5. .-, :r Q. '1 'Cl E. c m .-+ N 'U 0 2 O : m 0 PM ,-+ :r CD -s. : :1 oi U7 'U so O H- LD o PM E Q ni .-, Person ofTeress Phot T1 Sophomore Class 211 Regina Wilkison, The First Lady Elected Treasurer Regina Wilkison, a senior at Tustin High School was the first woman ever elected into the office of Treasurer. This is the first year that women have been allowed to become members of the well known "Key Club". The new officers are president Robin Nugunadick, Vicevpresident Dave Andrews, Secretary Wes Causey and Treasurer Regina Wilkison. When asked what a Treasurer does Regina replied, "I collect dues, which are five dollars, plan fund raisers, and help the president organize the clubu. As you can see Regina has a full schedule. Nonetheless, the whole club finds enough time to meet with the Keywanians every Friday morning for breakfast at Coco's, The Keywanians, an all male club, have helped out the Key Club by donating large sums of money to make the club active. They have also given the Key Club great support especially in their time of need, when the Key Club had no advisor, L'lt's really fun, right now welre planning on how we're going to participate in the infamous "Tustin Tiller Day's Paraden, commented Regina. Regina also felt that besides all the fun and games that go on in their club, it should be taken seriously. UOur club is designed to help out committees with our volunteer work, we organize dances and club fairs Cwhich raise money for needy peoplel. We also put together membership drives to get more people involved in working with our school and making the people who are usually forgotten feel special." Regina Wilkison displays her winning attitude. James Hatch Daniel Hatfield Dorene Haver Richard Hawes 'sr-'V ...- Trudy Hawkins Chrissy Heath Buffy Hebard Randee Henderson Eric Henry Eric Hermon Jose Hernandez Marco Hernandez Maribel Hernandez Victor Hernandez Stanton Herold Wallace Herson T Vicky Heywood g kr . 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Huong Hi Monglan Ho Anh Hoang Matt Hocking Michael Hoffman George Hofmann 212 Sophomore Class Philip Hollard Timothy Hollinger Mark Holt Stacey Hooke Josh Hope Lisa Horn Janell Hu Kevin Hungerford Shauna Hunt Amy lkeda Shannon lllingworth Jeff Indes Michael Jackson Erik J ahnig Julie James Anne Jarvis Cherylyn J ech Paul Jensen James Jessup Alfonso Jumenez Christi Johnson Glen Johanson Curtis Johnson Kelly Kelly Joiner David Jones Suzanne Jones William Jordan Jon Jorgensen Shannon Joy Kristina Kahkonen Lori Kahn Kumiko Kameda Kyung Kang Mikyong Kang Yeuna Kang Lisa Karoub Neal Kawasaki Kimberly Kearney Leslie Kearney Carol Keith Thomas Kelley Glen Kerr Sophomore Class 213 Julie Kettering Michelle Kiehn Sean Kiilehua Theodore Kim Eric Kitterer Christine Kjelland Louis Klein Tammy Knock Julie Knowlton Christian Knudsen Dale Koerber Doug Kossak Kathy Kossnar Thomas Kotlar Timothy Kotlar Paul Krames Rod Kukla Alex Kyriakidis Jane Kyuag Tracy Lambert Lorna Lamedee . Lana Langford Lance Langford Rany Larson Scott Larson Melissa Lathrop Norman Lautrop Dung Le Janet Le My Le Trung Le Trung Le Donald Lee Elisabeth Lee ore Class X W ,.,, . v:.41vf.M X .A.- A ,,, r 9 V ff'-4122 f . frvww f,W,,f 4 :5f,,y., jj, ,Vg jwxgf , ' " . 'wi,',gvW f , f ,-we ff-wax, 7 My 2 ,Z 9 i nb: .r, Waterskiing is mostly done during the summer when the weather is warm but Judy enjoys it anytime, even on the Tustin HS parking lot. Sandra Lee Tanya Lefevre Jami Leger Heidi Leimbach David Kekki Michelle Lewandowski Jason Leyva Hilary Liebl Sung Lim Julie Linfors Timothy Linehan p Timothy Long l Long Vu Melissa Lopez Melissa Lopez Michelle Lopez John Lopez Derek Lorati Waterskiing Is Fun Water skiing is a very exhilerating and healthy sport. Judy Cariato is one person who has a feel for the sport. She has been skiing for eight years now. She says, "The sport is immensly exciting and is a good muscle builder for the person who is scrawny and weak, and could use the extra muscle". She is saying that this is a fun sport and at the same time it builds the body. It takes strength to pull yourself up out of the water. Although the boat does most of the work, human strength is very important also. Judy says, "One must first learn the basics of this sport". The first thing to do is to pull yourself out of the water and up on the skiis. Next, one must learn to balance and stay up. lf the skiis tilt to one side too much, balance could be lost. As long as these three things are learned and practiced, you've got it! A lot of tricky maneuvers can be done. One can tilt to the side to gain speed and actually move next to the boatg but, be careful of the white wash caused from the motion of the boat. Your ski may get caught under it and you will 'bite' it in a second. Also, if you move from side to side directly behind the boat a spray of water is created. Judy enjoys skiing on one ski. She feels "lt is overwhelming to ski on one, it is tougher than skiing on two because it is difficult, at first, to get up. Also, it is harder to keep yourself balanced." Judy usually brings a friend with her and they have dog fights out in the ocean. Dog fights are when you tilt your skiis the opposite way of your partner. This creates a spray of water which usually hits the other person in the face. You get on the side of them and repeat the procedure. Sophomore Class 215 Gina Lorati Jeff Love Sara Lundy Briana Mabery Kim Macchiaroli Michael Macias Julie Malizia Scott Mann Scott Marks Peggy Marlin Rebecca Marr Scott Marron Steven Marsh Chris Martin Darren Martin Joanne Martin Michelle Martin Paul Martin Penny Martin Scott Martin Allan Martinez Jimmy Martinez Alex Mate Linda Matsunaga Shihomi Matsushita Donald Matters Jill McClain Tim McElroy Andrew McKenzie Michael McKeon Shellie McKinley Walter McMahon Lisa McPherson Stephanie Medley Jesus Mendoza Patricia Mendoza Elena Mercuri Charles Merrick David Mestas Angela Michels Led Middleton Andy Miller 7lt Sophomore Class if A gf f "The Door" Offers Fun And New Life Every year during football season Calvary Church of Santa Ana sponsors the Door. The Door opened on September 28 and stayed opened until November 2. The Door was held on Friday nights from 10 to 12 p.m. The cost of The Door was 54.50 without a coupon and 353.50 with a coupon. The Door was a place to go where you could eat all the pizza, drink all the soda and enjoy all the delicious ice cream sundaes you wanted. Every week a different band played. Some of these bands were 441, Undercover, and Steve Taylor. There was a multimedia screen where you could see your school in action and maybe even yourself. There are many games to play, for example, seeing how many members from your school could squeeze into a car. The door was a place to go with your friends and maybe even meet new oneis. The Door was also more than a place to hang-out and eat all the food you wanted. The Door served students as a place to share their faith and commitment to God and how others could have a personal rela- tionship with Him. Every Friday night one or two high school students would share their faith. They would tell how Jesus Christ had changed their lives. lf anyone had any questions, he or she could go in the "l.et's Talk" room and a counselor would answer any questions they might have. Thanks to Ray Schwartz and all the staff members who gave their time and energy to make the Door a great success. Tillers plow their way to the Door. Becky Miller Roberta Miller Rodney Miller Chris Monty Gregory Moore Gregory Morales Leyla Moran Crista Morehead Deanna Morris Mindy Morrison Brent Moser Jody Moser 'V Carey Motterhead Karen Mukai Rick Munder Carlos Negron Lidia Negron Kim Neilson Craig Nelson Steve Nelson An Nguyen l-luy Nguyen Michelle Nguyen . Thuy Nguyen Sophomores 217 Brandee Nix Melissa Northway Todd Nugent Kevin O'Brien Laura O'Dell Jerry Oldenburg Virginia Orsco Russell O'Rourke Stanley Orr Mariangele Ortega James Owens Ki Pae Peter Pakes David Palma Michael Palma John Palmer Brady Palmerino Diane Pantoja Fred Pantojo Michelle Parker Ken Pasternak Anthony Patrick David Patstone Brenda Patterson Richard Patton Joelie Peckham Christy Pelletier Elvia Perez Leticia Perez Rose Perez Rubicelia Perez Geoffrey Perry Hoa Pham Hop Pham 218 bophomore Class .!" ,,,,- Q The front entrance of the old Tustin Union High School before 1966. David Pierson Bernadette Pittman Lee Pooler David Porter Steven Powell Dianne Predney Dean Propst Darren Puckett Kenneth Pulley Frank Queen David Ramirez Tina Ramirez Michael Rawland Shawn Reagin Shana Rechter Erik Records Jeri Reeves Marie Reid Tustin Trivia, Looking In The Past How well do you know your history? Here are some facts that just might interest you. In 1921 Tustin Union High School held its first class, which consisted of 123 students. The School did not have its first graduating class until 1923 with 17 students receiving diplomas. The original building stood where the present THS building stands today on Laguna road. The original building was deemed unsafe in 1965 because it was not earthquake proof. On July 20, 1966 the building was demolished. Students still attended school during this time. They were all housed in temporary classrooms until the new building was ready for occupancy. The old building had 23 classrooms, an auditorium which seated 600 people, and an outside stage. The old gym was where the technical education building stands. The old swim- ming pool was located today where the west parking lot is. There was also at one time an agricultural farm. That was where the visitor bleachers are today. Although many people were sad and tearful when the old building was demolished, the new brought with it many advan- tages. There were more classrooms which allow for a better curriculum. Additionally the new building has provided for THS's growing enrollment. The old building will always be a very memorable part of our history, and a good one at that. The great spirit of THS still remains and also the present building is very much appreciated. Sophomore Class 219 Britain Sends A New Invasion Of Music Currently in the music scene today there is an outburst of many new bands with a new style. These bands form what is now being called the new British Invasion. The original British Invasion, occuring some 20 years ago, included such bands as The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Dave Clark Five, and of course The Beatles. One of the great new bands leading the new British Invasion is Duran Duran. "I think that Duran Duran is as popular as The Beatles were in their time. Each guy in the band is an individual and that is why I like them." Janet Le expresses the thoughts of many Duran Duran fans fin England Duran fans are called Duranniesl. Although many think this is true, Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon says that Duran Duran wants to create their own history not relive someone else's. The 1984 year was a Uwhirlwindi' year for Duran Duran. The band accomplished much of what they had hoped for. They toured the world with sold out concerts everywhere. They achieved their first number one in America with i'The Reflexn. Two more of the band members, Nick Rhodes and Roger Taylor got married to their long time girlfriends, and Andy Taylor, lead guitarist, and his wife, Tracie, had their first baby, Laurie Reider Mark Reider Leslie Reiter Kim Renga Gregory Renius Hasam Reshamwalla Alicia Reynoso Janelle Rice Taticiana Rich Michelle Rickard Cynthia Rivera Paul Rivera Monte Roberts Tina Roberts Todd Robinson Lisa Rodriquez Patricia Rodriquez Jason Roe ld Lara Rogers Sondra Rogers Teresa Rohmer Doug Rooney 3 is Mark Ropele I ix , . ,Q-3, Antonio Ruelas 'M' -, I . ' L 220 Sophomore Class ,IM , G, . , if .J X509 Some of Duran Duran's American releases as well as their British imports Andy Jr. Finally last but not least, Duran Duran had a super top ten song, "The Wild Boysi' off their new live album Arena. Duran Duran has certainly come a long way since their new Romantic days that occured just a couple of years ago. They are truly the leaders of the new British Invasion and one of the supergroups of the world. A truly devoted Durannie, Yuko Clark, had this to say about her favorite band: "From the new Romantic days to the casual, Duran Duran has gone a long way. Their music has changed with the years. I like them because they are a well organized group and their music is great!" In the years to come this band will surely make a big name for them- selves in music history. 'T -f xx ..-f ,,,,.?"'- , I MW, 'Q-4-'av a, I I' sl g f if Richard Rushton Timothy Russell Michael Sagan Fred Saliba Christian Sanborn Marlena Sanchez David Schaffer Julie Schilling David Schlemmer Renae Schmidt Jason Schneider Michelle Schwabe Frank Serrao Elliot Shaffer Todd Shafer Erik Sheesley Kristy Shives Crystal Shrocle Angie Shumpert Matthias Silver Michelle Simmons Steven Sinclair Brian Singer Melinda Siskowic Jarry Sisneros Keith Skeldon Carolyn Smith Jeffery Smith Kenny Smith Christy Snaadt Stephanie Sneathen Steven Snider Veronica Solis Jeffery Solt Anna Sossa Jose Soto Susana Soto Catherine Sowa Mary Spellrnan James Sperry Susan Springsteel Julie Stanton Sophomore Class 221 Sophomores look on with amazement at the Homecom- ing Assembly. Kim Stein Stanley Steinke Eric Steinmeyer Greg Stephens Sean Stone Keneth Sullard Christine Sung Dean Surian Keri Sutcliff Shawn Suttles Baron Suzuki Kelly Szamocki Mike Tallman Chris Taylor Melanie Tesch Carl Thayer Chad Thomas Suzanne Thomas Kimberly Thompson Virgina Thompson Chris Thornton Bovarivanh Tiaokhiao Jeffery Tillotson Susan Toice Kerry Tollman Chris Tomczak Anh Tran Chung Tran Lan Tran Loan Tran 222 Sophomore Class 'E :V , A i f h"' f 'I k"k', fl 1 11.,., Mega' 4 iq . . '-,-3:1 mr-rr ,. . .. i ,K l -fe 1. 5 gl it 5 - - 412: s N f Y' vs ,ffm si so Y 5 4. 1 4 7 ? X 5 -' 14 'k'- 42 ' -f ,. gf' Q as , ,,L. ,L six, 'R y,Qf.111.1-if X ,, it ,. . ,,.. ,,.f.x,.,', 1-mL'-,f:' ,.:,:-,Ji - sz: -4 ? X in sf, it m y as Q 5 2 N gd ' 2 4- 1 ai Y 1 as , 5 X 3 Q ' y 'W X 5 1 ?1i.j1I5,fif . cy f 'xy , X K J, i so i u.u,fsE,:'? , , .syn X J , . X , sszfw 1 -"--f ' 2 " vas., fi 1f""" 2? Ngoc Tran Phong Tran Quyen Tran Vuong Tran MyTuyen Trieu Tan Truong Julio Urquiola Traci Valenta Martin Vargas Natalie Vaupel Bill Verge Corinna Vidana Kristen Vogt Gustavo Vrquiola Truong Vu Jenifer Wade Steve Walker Michelle Warren Laura Watson Richard Waugh Tammy Way Karen Webster Carrie Wehrly Lora Wentsel Robert West- Shane White Joseph Wiedemann Scott Wilber David Williams James Williams Todd Williams Joylyn Williamson Lisa Wilson Tiffany Wilson Lisa Wise Shannon Wister Davey Yang Tasha Yules Mark Zalac Amy Zuniga Beth Zuniga Sophomore L.ass 223 Freshmen Achieve A Winning Attitude The '84-'85 year has been new to all of us but we have quickly settled down and have become a vital part of Tustin High. This year has introduced us to a winning attitude and is setting the pace for the years to come. The class of '88 has and will continue to show pride and class unity. We have excelled in academics as well as in athletics. The future has no limits for the class of ,88. Sincerely, Jeff Dart . ifp FRESHMAN OFFICERS: iback rowl Jeff Dart, Matthew Blitch ffront rowl Jennifer Hawkins, Jaimie Peckham James Aaron Holly Abreu Alan Abt Bethany Adams Thomas Adams Tony Aiello Michael Alcazar Cindy Alexander Cathy Allard Lisa Anderson Steve Andren Jill Arick Angela Armstrong Robert Arnold Rogelio Arteaga Alisa Artrip Chris Aufdemberg Kristen Augustine Douglas Avery Eric Avey Connie Baca Lea Bailey Elizabeth Baity Sherilyn Baker 2124 Freshman Class Robert Baldwin Stacey Bales Julia Ball Kristen Barker Frank Barnhardt Glenn Barrera Melissa Barret Hector Barron Tracie Baskerville Robert Beaucage Jeffrey Beilstein Charles Belton Eric Benjamin Heather Bermani Virginia Bernardini Vincent Berry Robbie Best Kristi Bevans Michael Biagiotti Aaron Black Audra Black Matthew Blitch Scott Bolt Sheri Bonilla Jody Borden Contessa Bowers Colleen Boyle Anna Brace James Brackett Jeffrey Braun Micheal Brethour Joshua Bricker Matthew Brown Nicole Brown Mei Brumfield Chris Brun Jason Buchanan Loc Bui Nolina Burge Le Ann Burger Mike Burlin Davetta Butler Freshman Class 225 Ronna Bynum Jeanne Byron Bradley Cantrell Steven Carignan Perla Caro-lopp Cindy Carrillo A- , W-Y, 7 7,17 Q V Cynthia Cashner Denise Cavignano Tony Cena Helen Chang ld 91- . Hyon Chang lx. lf-I Chantel Chenier A Rabbit Or A Beach Cruiser? "Dad, Can I get my own car?" 'iNo!', "But, Dad, Werner and Jim have their own cars." "Listen to me! You are not getting your own car, because I don't want to hassle with the insurance companyf' "You won't have to do it, l'll do it all I promise." "You mean you'll get the estimate for the insurance and for a new car?H "Yes, Yes I Will. Thanks, Dad. Wow, I've never done this before. I don't know what to do." Letls see. 853-1212, .. Ring-Ring, Ring-Ring, Ring-Ring, Ring-Ring. Oh no, not now! Someone has to be there. l'll try again. 853-1212 . . . Ring-Ring, Ring-Ring tc Hello, this is the insurance company." "Yes, I want insurance." "You WANT Insurance?,' No, My dad said l need insurance." "Do you need: Life Insurance, Fire Insurance, Medical Insur- ance, Dental Insurance, or Car Insurance?', "That's the one. Car Insurance." "Okay, what kind of car do you have?' "Um- , . , I don't have one yet, but I want a convertable rabbit." "I'll transfer you to Volkswagon Autos." Bzzz-Bzzz i'Volkswagons, can I help you?" "Yes, Help. I do need HELP! I want a convertable rabbit." "I don't want to scare you, but our convertable rabbits cost about S10,000f' Wow, thatis alot! "Maybe I better call someone else, and get a used car. Well, you scared me." Click . "I.et's see. 853-1234 . . . Buzz-Buzz, Buzz-Buzz "It can't be busy. I'll try again . 853-1234 .. Ring-Ring, Ring-Ring. Good 44 5 "Used carsfl "Yes, I want to get a used rabbitf, , P I . "Well honey, you'll have to call back because I need to find out the estimate." ' "Okay, I'll call back. Thanks, Bye." Boy, oh Boy. There, I got that taken care of. Now I need to call the insurance company to register the car. Hmmm . . 853-1223 .Ring+Ring, "HelIo! Insurance Company" "Hi, My name is Maurine, and I need to register a used rabbit." r I ' "Alright Maurine, that will be 3525.00 for registration of your car, and 357.00 for your Renewal fee, plus you need to get your car a SMOG check." 4 A "What's a SMOG check?" I "Go to your nearest gas station, and they will get you your smog check. That will be about 340.00 I need some additional information first:QYour name, address, and Daddys credit' card number. Okay,.thank jyou. We will be billing you for flS132.00, which will cover everything except your smog check. Weyfwill send you yourinformation in the mail, including your receipt, but first I have to Igetgthisi credit card authorized,for.approval.fl "But, wait . I, I 'I I' 'I "Please h01a.'?.ciigkI'11II I , I .,...l , I , - up "I don't want approval,lor insurance, ,norfthe rabbittllslstill never found out what at Smog check, is Ilexcept that ,the fgas station has itl, um Click I ,.,, I I ,I aj l'Y2S, VO!-ll' Daddys card is good, thank you, Byefflfllick . 1. . "You donlt understand, 5132.00 isffaf lot of money, and I don't even have a job. I'm sorry, really .I am. Just Forget the whole thing!!! I I UBEEP! Please hang up your phone and dial correctly, or call your operator for assistance. BEEF!" I , I 1' HI can't afford the car. I don't have the money." I guess I will stick with my beach cruiser! , . -1 ,W ' ff , 529 W " Zh ,f ig QQ -,,,5 fi ff f ,v.:. gf , ,,r , ,ya , Vyrf, ,v ' wt ,kggkk , 7 , J 3:7 if 'f lf? Qia- V' g Az if "'Wf.4y I , 7 , J 1 -' 'fziw wa 'W '1 ,V ,Hy fy , , wi ' 2 ,aw I V054 K., 'fam A, by , f-H. A 'j.4,-ff'-f 42. , , Chi sun Chong Brett Christensen Amy Christy Duy Chu Stacy Cimino Kimberly Clark Kristin Clark Devon Coate Stacy Cohen Chris Colcliron Steven Cole Timothy Conlin Dolores Cook Joseph Coombs Marla Copple Chris Corbett Carla Cordova Sherman Corwin Kenneth Cox Traci Crosby Sean Crume Sonia Cruz Rachael Cunningham Shelli Dall Crystal Daniel Dana Daniel. Jeffrey Dart Darla Davis John Davis Julie Davis Bryan Day Heather Dearden Jennifer Deckard Stacy Delcastillo Eric Demilt Lori Demoor John Digiacomo Paula Diaz Michelle Dickinson Linda Dickson Linh Do Sandra Dollar Freshman Class 227 228 Frcshm Jon Dougherty Sherry Drake Scott Drapkin Elizabeth Dubin Kirk Dubose Marcus Dukellis Erin Dunn Michelle Dunn Sharon Dunn David Eagan Amy Earl Marshall Eddy Christine Edling Shellie Edman Michael Eiskant Sarah Elliott Sonya Elliott John Enciso Coleen Engdahl Tracy Engeleiter Heather Evans James Evans Jennifer Exter Bret Fairbanks Jon Falschlehner Tom Feverborn William Fleszar Roberta Fletcher Mark Foster Tanya Forsythe Phillip Foglesong Trini Franca Karen Frazer Kazumi Fukushima an Class 'Q gf X 'QTY wx-,i "fb ii Deanna Gallant Christian Gankema Gerardo Garcia Robin Gardner Sara Garner Anthony Garshnick Denise Gastelum Michelle Gaw Lara Gierke Kathleen Gillis Maureen Gilbert Ken Gilmore Gita Ghadimi Heidi Goldsberry Lisa Golka Maria Gomez Ricardo Goree Ralph Grajeda What Do Tustin I-hgh Students Do In Their Free Time? l read or go on dates" -Kindra Sailors SLEEP' - Regina Wilkison I do my homework Jennifer Carter EAT" - Tracey Vallevieni I dont have any Kathy Crommett play golf" - Scott Feldman play basketball Steve Shunn listen to music"-Shihomi Matsushita go dancing with Brad Maurine Berry 2 Sophomore girls have fun posing for the camera at the first dance of the year. Crowd cheers at Homecoming as- sembly. Jose Soto exhibits his great re- ceiving ability for Krista Bradley. Juan Tomas brushes his dentures in the ceramic patio. The office keeps sending fAminals' for lab aides! Freshman Class 229 National Prominence School Produces Astronaut David Leestma, class of '67, took an adventure around the Earth in The Space Shuttle, Challenger. Among the scientific cargo was our ASB banner. It orbited three and a half million miles in eight days, To reach its destination, in the THS Qvm. The Star Pilot presented the Student Body with the historic banner. Mrs. Lynch received a plaque commerating the lift-off and a small flag that traveled aboard the shuttle. Students proud of his accomplishment honored Leestma with a standing ovation, and greeted him with a special tribute of appreciation. Leestma was one of three graduates of THS who brought honor to the red and black. Along with him is Dr. John Buster and rower Bruce lbbetson in 1984's hall of fame. Buster achieved national acclaim with his work on embryo transplants. Dr. Buster is a member of the class of '57, Nearly 15 years later Bruce lbbetson would graduate from Tustin High and take up rowing in college. After college, he moved onto the '84 Summer Olympics, as a member of our 8- man rowing team, that proudly took the well-deserved silver medal. Men of distinction and prominence, part of our Heritage as TILLERS. l. Astronaut David Leestma presents the THS banner to his Alma Mater. 2. Julie Hawkins proudly displays the THS banner. Tara Grant Michael Groleau Terri Grover Traci Grover Sean Gutridge Bret Haas Yvette Habash Kristina Hader ,A Jennifer Hagmann Dina Haight N"' Dytanya Hall ,, Tina Hall . 14 . Kristie Hamberg Zoe Hamilton Melissa Hammond Thyme Hampton 'UU' Keith Haney Daniel Hanner Billy Hargrove f ,, , l Brenda Harmon L 1. It Q it James Harris Joann Harris - -' 's-.- 'A , Lavette Harris Stephen Harvey K 7 0 Fr brian Cass rr , gy, ' fl f ff f ' f l ja W J iui f gi f K Zahn ii I A Hiroko Hasegawa Dianna Hassett Daren Hausner Darren Haver Jenifer Hawkins Rick Hayes David Healy James Hein Mike Helmbrecht Dawn Hendricks Michael Herrera Jennifer Herron Charlotte Hessing Angela Hill Robert Hill Thomas Hippensteel Joellen Hitchens Tuan Ho Hao Hoang Tuan Hoang Kathy Hoffer Sean Holden John Hollander Phillip Homer Sok Hong Eric Hook George Horn David Hoshour Patricia Houlihan Justin House David Hudson Wanda Hunsaker Scott Hunter Melissa Hurich Patrick Huskey Hong Huynn David Hude Cheryl lske Timmy Jackson Kendre Jacobson Steven Jaggars Rachel Jahn Freshman Class 231 232 Fresh Valerie Jahn Peter Janes Dennis Jarvis Stacy Jenkins Beau Jensen Angela Johnson Beth Johnson Jon Johnson Bernard Jones Latasha Jones Lisa Judson Melanie Kakazu David Kaufman Jenni Kempton Phong Kha Ameneh Khorasanee Kenneth Kilbourne Kevin Kim Kosal Kim Kwi Kim Young Kim Greg Kirby Kevin Kitchin Jennifer Kline Woodrow Knighton Andrew Knopf men Class 1984's Favorite Movies Beverly Hills Cop Eddie and the Cru siers Bachelor Party Terminator Bad Boys Red Dawn Teachers Ghostbusters Taps All of Me Kim Knudsen Stephanie Knudsen April Kollenborn Tracy Kollenborn Thomas Kovac Keiko Koyama Sang Kwak Dana La Blanc Shaundra Lamb Lisa Lane Denise Langley Holly Lantry Donna Lapcheske Jason Lauderdale Laurie Laughlin Jason Lavin Teresa Lawrence Phormg Le Tam Le Thuy Le Borami Lee Carol Lee Susan Lee Jason Lee Sarah Lee Kevin Leinbach Mark Leiter Carol Li Jonathan Lile Chris Lillja Freshmen Class 233 234 Freshm Brian Lindsay Jeffrey Little Julie Lockwood Le Sean London Tony Lopees Geovanna Lopez Daniel Lorey Sony Ly Whytney Maybery Lani Machado Charity Mackey Rob Macknight John Macres Roger Madaris Melissa Manheimer Ghada Manneh Tom Manzella Mike Marchain Leslie Martel Steve Martin Peter Martinez Philip Mathias Dane Maxey Lunyon Maxwell Shannon Mays Andrew Maysonet Jonathon Mazur Deena McAleer Sean McAuley Keith McChesney Michelle McNutty Kristin McDaniels Joyce McLaughlin Wendy McManus Rachael McNeer Karyne Meier an Class i 0, 1r.U,U -4,QIif1 U X " 'gzffiff O' SN! ,.,, I ' - .WY I you 5 i NX P- T -vxf., mp, v, V, '77 ' -.17 X 1 ff ln! Z 72, ,f ,-n EZETH I NG EMR BACK 4725 ff 4 22 Stick It On our Car This year more than any other people, kids are displaying their personalities through bumper stickers. Likes and dislikes can be displayed through these bumper stickers. Surfers can also show their style through the selection of their beach and surf related slogans. Kids through these, are also promoting the advertising of many different radio stations, and rock groups. George Menges Angelina Mercado Fenny Meyling Stacey -Meza Christine Mezzacappa Trina Miles Jason Miley , Darrell Miller Tanji Mincey Michael Minnott Kelley Mock er Kristin Mock Chris Mondragon Sang Moon Cory Moore Damian Moreno Olivia Moreno l l Phillip Morgan Julie Morris Craig Morrison r Andrew Morse Natalie Morton April Mottershead r Ray Mahoney Freshman Class 235 Keith Mottram Jennifer Mumenthaler Shayne Mumford Kelly Murphy Robert Murphy Robert Myers Myung Nam John Nauta Ted Nelson Jennifer Netherwood Michelle Newbold Holly Newman Tran Ngo Susan Nguyen Dam Nguyen Kha Nguyen Kim-dung Nguyen Steve Nguyen Tam Nguyen Thao Nguyen Thuy Nguyen Uyen Nguyen Michelle Nichols Hae Oh Pamela Olsen Ryan Oneal Bryan Ormsby Teresa Osuna Debbie Paddock Marlo Pagoaga Jennifer Palmer Jay Park Leo Parker Maurice Parker Michelle Parton Shari Patton Karen Paulitschek Randy Pearson Jaimie Peckham Steven Pereira Teresa Person Robin Peterson 236 Freshman Class . xl. 1 ' Q S 'S Fil' f gm' , H .K Y 2 ,X . . fly, 1 ,-., ivan. Na "TX 'Qs' sn- S1-.v Sa:-.v TIN? L-5, rib -Hex YT:- W' 'Ffa S X gg! . M, xx 9 A ..,-......... Vx -1 ff-4 f 1 f f f x X X vii Qr 4-19 ix Kenneth Reid Sheila Reid Chris Reither Michael Relph Alfonso Reyes Julie Rice Corina Riess James Riley Rhonda Riley Rick Roberts Lawrence Robinson Dena Roche Cynthia Rodriguez Karen Rodriguez Mannix Rodriguez Marisol Rodriguez Dimitri Rofoll Glen Rogers Michelle Ropele Deeanna Routon Matthew Rubin Bridget Rundle Jim Russell Katherine Russell Miranda Saadalla Julie Sackett Tiffany Sackrider Dionne Sanchez Gustavo Sanchez Marlene Sangalang Mardi Scarantino Richard Schafer Joe Schmetzer Stephanie Schoenfeld Yvonne Scholten Judy Schoonover Heidi Schrenk Kelly Schroeder Mark Schroeder Chris Serfas Tywana Seward Patricia Seymour 238 Fr shrnan Class 3' 'NN ' W fl, My A , t ff., -ry' Q . 4-fvff f f ' 'fe C W, yy ?4 f f 4 , f K 7! A I fd K 1 f 1 Malik Sean Sheridan Wendy Sheridan Tami Shira Sharie Simmons Carrie Sisel Shannon Sittler W Scott Skallerud David Smith J , Eric Smith Jennifer Smith f 7 fa Joseph smith Cameron Sorensen Styles Through The Years Trends seems to come and go. Trends such as punk, rockabilly, mod, and new-ro are popular today as well as 30 years ago. Each person has their own style and trend. Rachel Sorensen Suzan Souki Grace Spitzer Kurt Stallknecht Tananya Stanton Wanda Stapleton Stephanie Staton Amber Stageman Ricky Stevens Punk originated in England around 1970. The groups The Sex Pistols and The Clash were the first bands that made punk popular. These bands sang about the government and how the taxes were too high. This started the whole social protest in England. Punk started gaining popularity in the United States around 1976. Many little bands started showing up such as Social Distor- tion, Black Flag, and The Dead Kennedys. These bands created a new scene that many Americans have never seen before. Mohawks, multi-died hair styles, and the piercing of the skin on the face and limbs were some of the things the youth got into as a rebellion against their parents and their society. There are different kinds of punks such as surf punks, glamor punks, oi punks, and nazi punks, Rockabilly originated in the 1950's. lt started in America and it was the beginning of Rock-n-Roll. The first popular song, "Rock Around the Clock", came from the movie 'Blackboard Jungle". This song was sung by Bill Haley and the Comets. Some of the most famous singers in this genre of music were Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, and Eddie Cockrin. This scene died down in the l960's, but it has revived itself in the 19803 with new bands such as The Stray Cats, Levi and the Rockats, The Kingbees, Rockin' Rebels, and Los Labos. Most of the fad followers wear authentic clothing from the 1950's which they can obtain at Vintage Clothing thrift stores. Mods became popular during the 1960's. One of the most famous bands which had this style were The Beatles. Riding scooters and wearing polyester was a common fad among mods. This trend died down during the 70ls, but like rockabilly it revived itself in the 1980's with such bands a The Patterns and The 3 o'Cloclr. There are also skas which are similar to mods. New4ro's, short for New Romantics, started in Europe. They have their own kind of music and clothing style. They are famous for large ruffled shirts, pirate pants, sashes, and make-up on both men and women. These are the backgrounds of the different trends which have occured in the past 30 years. Although these trends were started a long time ago many are still popular today. Elvis Presley in Jailhouse rock started many rock trends. Freshman C1355 239 Kenneth Stinnett Krystal Stobiecki Michael Strange Michael Strohmeier Franklina Strong Chad Sullivan. Lanette Suttles Diane Tai Sousar Tahtawi Mari Takenaka Todd Tardiff Frank Tate Melissa Talavera Joanne Taylor Ashley Teague Lorne Teal Sirkly Te Tracy Telxeira Ronald Thacker Douglas Thorpe Senevixa Tiackhiao Khuong Tieu Carrie Tillotson Russell Tolton Anh Ton Thuy Tran Bernard Truax Hongdiem Truong Robin Tupper Gregory Uhler Robert Upchurch Feargus Urquhart Olga Valenzuela Janet Vallance Tracey Vallevieni Johnathon Vandal Julie Vandenbrook Pamela Vaughn Gloria Velasquez Steve Venard Maria Vestil Tony Vidara koi 1 qs R ' f 5 Z' , if ij s YQ.: R S t:,. fy ' 1 ' 1, ' gg! , 1,1-QUE "f a iffy-4 , IL, ,- N223 wg: ,op U, 4 Rafael Villyard Kevin Villor Dana Vass Thai Vu Celeste Wade Rebecca Wade John Walker Robert Waltner Bryan Watson Mitchel Weaver Becky Weaver Suzanne Weir Steve Werthmuller William Weston Stephanie Whisler Renee Whitlock Michael Wiedemarin Heather Wiest Julie Wilcox Jenny Wilhelm Lori Wilhelm Quentin Williams Christine Wilson John Wilson Timothy Winer Matt Winkle Danielle Winn Leonard Wong Jerrud Woolford Megan Wright Melanie Wright Jennifer Yace Denise Yanke Yvette Ybarra William Yeatts Alan Yeung Jett Yoon Andrew Young Patti Young Gabriel Zamora Corey Zahrn Steven Zeal 'eh:aC 7 What Do You Think Of Coach Ancich? A16 N '31 Q90 tbaf Q95 ,QQCOQ feam 638 ZHITIQILH Q10 gd if -Ve Q17 Gp H9 . . 9 al' .v d D at sfo 03' Q ' S017 ened 'S fb QQ, 6 X90 Oo! to Q 6 N405 x at as Spb Ou QW 05 5 's IT - 1' f 1' Cgtgtexooy X00 odeox 117 660 001.6629 0 Q Ps Ut 2 goo ef go 0 PQQXGQ 5 'die' Xaets CO0 5 'ix Q dit 9016 QCDKQQ- Denise Roach-"Coach Ancich is an awesome coach, and a wonderful and intense person." Lisa Pellegrino-"He has brought back the pride and spirit of Tustin in such a short timef, 5 I 'quil- if? wi-if Leads School In New Direction Ancich Named Coach Of The Year Coach Marijon Ancich has moved Tustin High school to new direc- tions. He believes that there are a lot of possibilities at Tustin. He has lead us toward these possibilities. Coach Jesse stated, "He is a great leader and motivator. People that know him want to do their best , . . he brings the best out of everyone. lt takes much hard work to take a football team and push them to success like Ancich did. "I'm not afraid to work" said Ancich. Besides building success he has brought a new sense of school spirit. Leslie Reighter stated, "Coach Ancich has come to Tustin High and set a new image and outlook. He's lifted spirits and taught us a winning attitudef' Coach Ancich has spent 22 years teaching football. He spent 19 years at St. Paul H.S., one year as an assistant coach at Northern Arizona University, and assisted at Cerritos college for a year. He was rated the top coach in Orange county for 1984 football season. He has also compiled a 198-40-5 record over the years of his coaching. Coach Ancich will continue to motivate in the future. He wants to involve everyone in football. He also wants to push the 1985 team even farther. dministrators Help Students Prepare For The Future Dorothy Ralston Chris Layton Maurice R055 School Board President School Board Vice-President Superintendent lfgk Barbara Benson Edward Boseker, M.D. Jgycg Hanson School Board Member School Board Member School Board Member 115, tw tSlolBxlP li v x ff Principal Proud Of Tiller Accomplishments. What an exciting year this has been for Tustin High! I am so proud of our accomplishments in academics, activities, and athletics, Students and staff have excelled in hundreds of ways and for that I am grateful. As I reflect on my first year as principal, I recall all the positive and supportive voices and want to thank the Tustin I-Iigh community for being such a special part of my life. The operation of a school is a team effort, and we have great members. I would especially like to thank the Class of 1985. They have been a source of delight for me since they were freshmen and never more so than this, their senior year. I wish them the very best. Thanks for a great year! On Peggy Lynch Principal Mrs. Peggy Lynch. Tustin High Principal Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. I-Iennessey, and Mr. Wagner enjoy being with students at the Winter Formal. Mrs. Lynch is loyal to the end. even in freezing weather she supports our football team. F'-it I I f U 1 V! . 1 9 245 As I look back on the 1984-85 school year, I realize what a pleasure it has been to associate with first-rate students, an excellant staff, and supportive parents. All these groups working together in harmony make Tustin High School a very special place. My sincerest best wishes to all of you in your future endeavors. l'-CMU Ulf! wk., Brock Wagner 246 StafffAssistant Principals We Hold The Keys The 1984-85 school year was great! A new principal, a winning athletic program and creative activities made the year memorable. Our academic program was as strong as always, with many of our seniors going on to major universities and colleges throughout the country. Although it was extremely busy and exciting, l'm looking forward to working with the class of '86, U . lgrjcilfj Paul Fisher l .NK -- A C' bf L t 4. 5 Eugene O"I'oole J Anna Volta WV a ff Counselors help you build your house on solid ground and not on sand. Sometimes your boss, occa- sionally a cop, counselors cross over with you into unfriendly territory. They show the care that seem- ! X ingly hostile parents and teachers have. Counselors , ,V help you to build your bridges to others, to the outside to the future. , X X f f K X X X HIV! V X X . f ' f ' f V, ff f , X ff , , , ff f , .1 X .V Vffznff zu Q! . X VVFKI' " H W W , ww , . f . V 5 Af ,V ww V- ,V f ff an X 7 ' f ,. , f f frrs f V . 5' ,' 'X' X V' f' ' 9' ,V, MV ' 4' ,W V mV , vi f N, . ff ,Y 'f 7 VV' V, 3 ff mi!" -if I, f 'Zfy ff ,gf VV, -yy 4 f 4. 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' 1 f, , w .hw ' ' ' ' ' Staff f Counselors 247 Bea Agsaoay Spanish Susan Arena Science Keith Ashby Life Skills Gayle Barker Spanish Steve Beck Math, Auto Shop Ellen Berry Journalism, Latin Bob Boies History, Coach Dennis Boucher Art, Yearbook Alayne Campbell History Norm Campbell Horticulture Ed Carberry History, Coach Duane Carlsen Math Coach Ancich, Coach Carberry and Pat Hegarty carefully plan their strategy for the next play. Teachers 5 Vickie Fleming lectur foods class. Dan Castanon Life Skills, Coach Charles Couser Wood Shop Tom Coffey P.E. Coach Pegg! Cook Math Don Crippen Science Jennifer Donato Spanish Howard Dudley Graphic Arts, Pho Bill Eilerts Science James Eyre History Rich Falk English, P.E. Coach Dorothy Good Sociology, Psychology Kay Goodman English Dolly Grigaitis Direct study Tom Jessee HealthfSafety Mary Jones Direct study Ray Keil Geometry Julie Knappen Accounting, Typing Gen Koernor Crop Brad Lantz Civics Don Larson Algebra, geometry Roger Linderman Advanced comp, Modern Am. Novel Natalie Lucas Direct Study Marilyn Lusk French Maura Mattson Geometry, Algebra ll Steve Meier Psychology, Earth Science Bob Michel Intro to algebra Ellen Berry Latin, Broadcaster Advisor Stall Faculty l Doug Mirich World Cultures, Geography Sharon Grover English Q. ,, ,,t,,7M, is 1 tra? A. 'i.1Tr:a i gb: yi - Teachers Bill Heil Advanced Math Stuart Mortensen Geometry, Algebra Il Diane Muusslaux Spanish Michael Patton Algebra ll, Modern M Bruce Peterson Biology Boyd Philpot Swimming Margret Ramondetti Physical Education Steve Roderick U.S. History Phil Rolfi Civics Lisa Roseman English, Drama Charlie Rosluncl U.S. History Al Rosmino ath analsis Physical Education, Athletic Director Betty Schaft' Keyboarding, Typing StafifFaculty 251 Sharron Seidenberg EconomicsfSoccer Dan Sheehy EnglishfBaseball Carl Sims English Lindlee Sims English Earlene Skinner Physical Education Enola Sleeper English Bonnie Smith Home Economics Don Smith Direct Study Sara Smith Art John Sorenson English Shirley Sperrazza Physical Education Jerry Spivey EnglishfE.S.l.fFrench Nadene Holub seems to enjoy her work as the School Nurse, Teachers In Ht fl F cultg 41011 Teachers Steve Koser relaxes after a tough class of World Cultures. Ray Taylor English f Art Valerie Thurston SciencefLife Skills Marchia Trueblood Librarian John Turner DraftingfMathmatics Don Wagoner MathmaticsfComputers Al Waterman LeadershipfMathmaticsfAthletics Ralph Welsh Teachers' Aidesflndepen- dent StudyfWork Exper' ience Dale White Work Experience Paul Whitelock English Dawn Wilson English George Witt Science 25 Teachers 1. Barbara Wood 2. Bruce Lister 3. Jean McMaster 4. Larry McSparren 5. Ken Nowak 6, Hank Woods 254 Staff Teachers fin, N gifiggg F. , .1 , Donna Wright Career Guidance Technician Ruth Yeatts Counseling Technician Deborah Barrett Asst. Principal's Secretary Mary Ellen Cecala Asst. Principal's Secretary Cheryl Denio Attendance Specialist Barbara Elkins Library Clerk Wanda Fahring Couseling Secretary Carol Flanagan Nursels Assistant Chris Franco Attendance Clerk Dorothy Hansen Competency Clerk Jeredy Hawkins Counseling Technician Ann Hench Attendance Clerk Sally Henderson Clerk Typist Karen Hennessy Account ClerkfStudent Store Janae Krol Asst. Principal's Secretary Nancy Rodman Data Processing Technician Dorothy Sommers Principal's Secretary Esther Spence Records Clerk 255 StafffClerical Custodians Top to Bottom, Left to Rt. Celeste Grubbs Bonnie Van Valkenburg Dennis Nelson Bob Prineaux Mel Morgan Jeff Winneke Plant Foreman Not pictured, Otha Mills, Fred Kiester Cafeteria Judy Capelty Margaret Gill Kathy Kuhns Barbara Mifflin Frances Mills Sara Perkins Edna Peterson Kay Sauers Otha Mills Custodian Betty Swisher Bettie Vaughn Constance Walker l bmi! Lustcumns. .nf ui it Q as gf K W. Nw' ' , - N-mx, 'N Q sw- 'A A 1 , , QNX ., A . 4. . xr 1 ., Wx-Q , .fam Alfred Einstien, Calculus X Doug Manning, Substitute Extroadinare Ray Brunner, Groundsman Fred Keister, Custodian Ms. Wendy Lukehart, Word Processing Instructor Ona Walls, Math Aide Mr. Boucher, Surfing across "The Wall" in room 234 r ...4 5 p 5 --.-,. ,,..--J 5 I u X is s., ggx sl w.,x Ns 5 s i. A lt ---'i we-xmas. ,. ,x 1-15. ll"""""'F-1 f ' K 5- ,gm- l V if P f ir Donna Wright and Gen Koerner give good advice at the Career Center. Mr. Mirfch teaches individuality to Chris Lovejoy, Steve Andrews, and Alan Abt. Mr. Beck surveys his students, projects in his "clipping yard". Pam Gray instructs her class in proper speaking techniques. Coaches Skinner 8: Rosimino give body language to our roaming photographer. 35,2 IS! , N...f,,,....-.ev 'lf--Q., ,,,,..--0...-u 4 3444" M47 Staff Cnndids 259 260 lnclcx SENIOR CLASS Meghan Abella 58, 130, 96, 97 Farida Ahmad 130 David Alexander 130 Jeff Alexander 59, 60, 61, 130, 139, 178 Anthony Aljamie 130 Deborah Amador 130, 178 Kelly Ames 39, 40, 48, 59, 130, 159, 178, 191 Stephanie Anabo 35, 37, 130, 178, 271 Kimberly Anderson 130 Dave Andrews 53, 130, 178, 212 Dirk Apel 130, 178 Cindylee Arellano 130, 178 Erinn Artrip 131, 178 Robert Ashlock 60, 131 Michelle Audet 39, 40, 48, 132, 178 Lucina Aviles 132 John Bain 132 Angela Baker 132, 178 Jeanine Balselles 97, 132, 178 Danny Barrett 77, 132, 178 Brenda Barry 58, 132, 178 Mandy Bawden 21, 132 Suzanne Beato 132, 178 Carol Beaucage 132 George Becannon 132, 178 Heather Bell 97, 132, 178 Candy Belton 62, 133 Sarita Bennett 13, 133, 178 Sophia Bennett 133, 178 Leigha Bentley 133, 178 Helma Bernardinl 133, 178 James Berry 133, 178 Karen Berry 5, 50, 62, 64, 75, 133, 178 Misty Berry 133, 178 Michael Beveridge 133, 178 Richard Bierce 133, 178 Harper Billings 133, 178 Sarah Bisceglia 134 Tamara Blair 56, 134, 178 Kelly Blyshak 134, 178 Ben Briggs 134 Marisa Borzelllno 134, 178 Richard Boyce 86, 134, 178 Daniel Brannen 134, 179 James Brennon 55, 59, 60, 61 Jaylynn Brown 39, 40, 45, 134, 179 Tara Brown 48, 134, 179 Bradalan Budyach 134 Amanda Burnett 13, 39, 40, 134, 179, 181 Linda Busa 134, 179 Renay Bynum 134, 179 Jenny Byrum 135 Leora Callaghan 84, 85, 135 Lisa Carroll 42, 43, 44, 135, 179 Arthur Carter 135 Laura Carter 61, 135, 179 Vicki Caruso 135, 179 Michael Cary 50, 61, 95, 135, 179 Anthony Catizone 135, 179 Leslie Cavender 135, 179 Lisa Cavender 135, 179 Martin Cazares 179 Donovan Cena 135, 179 Wayne Chang 136, 179 Wendy Chang 52, 136, 179 Jeanne Chapin 136 Eric Charbonneau 136, 179 Nobie Cho 136 Ann Chung 56, 59, 136, 179, 191, 242 Caroline Chung 57 Joseph Chung 136, 170 Susan Chung 56, 59, 136, 179. 191 Mark Cirigliano 62, 65, 136 Michelle Codromac 136, 179 Jeff Cody 56, ol, 69, 136 Kevin Coldiron 179 Rebecca Cole 136 John Colon 51, 69, 179 Gary Congdon 51, 56, 61, 68, 69, 137, 179 Jason Conklin 137, 179 Daniel Conrad 57, 58, 137, 179 Amy Coombs 48, 137, 179 Jude Correa 137, 179, 229 Brian Covey 69, 179 Kathleen Crommett 137, 179, 229 Devin Cronic 137, 179 Cheri Crosby 137, 179 Meagan Crosby 137, 179 Sara Culver 48, 52, 137, 179 Sherry Cummings 137, 180 Steven Cundall 55, 77, 137, 180 Stacy Dahn 138, 180 Russell Damato 138, 180 Ashanti Danzler 138, 180 Michelle Davis 138 Kathleen DeCarl 138, 180 Lori Dickie 56, 138, 180 Jill Dickenson 138, 180 Michael Donaldson 55, 77, 138, 180 Elizabeth Dorman 138 Dawn Doron 138, 180 John Duff 68, 69, 86, 139, 180 Adam Dunn 140 Tina Easley 140, 180 Jamie Edwards 140, 180 Kristen Egerer 140, 180 Eric Ehresman 140 Julie Elrod 140, 180 Colleen Emick 140, 180 Patrick Empey 180 David Ertel 140 Steven Evenstad 140 Mike Fahey 53, 140, 180 Kimberly Farley 140, 180 Kathryn Farney 35, 37, 50, 74, 75, 141, 180, 285 Mike Feliciano 141, 180 Debra Ferrier 141, 180 Sandra Field 29, 141 Lara Fields 50, 56, 141, 180 Daniel Fitzmaurice 141 Donna Fleagle 16, 48, 74, 75, 141, 180 Bryan Formby 45, 141, 180 Larry Frazier 141, 180 Kimo Friese 141, 180 Robert Fullmer 55, 141, 180 Rita Galan 141, 180 Kelly Gankema 142, 180 Donald Garber 142 Diane Garbuschewski 143, 180 Sonia Garcia 143, 180 Debra Gardner 143, 180 Russell Gaskill 143, 181 Stephen Gauer 86, 143, 185 Rodney Gay 143 Curtis Geivet 143, 181, 185 Rex Gentry 143 Ohanes Gergian 143 Steve Gorden 143, 181 Pauline Gortarez 143, 181 Brett Grabill 143 Eduardo Granier 144 Joy Grant 46, 51, 57, 144, 181 Jon Gray 144, 181 Travis Greenlee 144 Eric Gregory 144, 181 April Grigg 144 Pam Grossman 144, 181 Gloria Grucelski 35, 48, 49. 129, 144, 181 Valerie Guenther 144, 181 Alfredo Gutierrez 77. 144, 181 Tammy Hall 144 Courteney Hamberg 50. 61, 144, 181 Danielle Hansen 145, 181 David Hansen 145, 181 Virginia Harker 2, 42, 43, 44, 48,49,145,181 Darryl Harris 145, 181. 199 Vanessa Harry 145 Cheryl Hart 13, 19, 39, 145, 181 Dana Hart 75, 145, 181 Cindy Hartman 45, 145, 181 Jodi Hathorn 145 Julie Hawkins 8, 9, 12, 13, 35, 37, 50, 131, 145, 181 John Heckencamp 12, 29, 79, 145, 181 William Hegarty 13, 19, 61, 69, 70, 145, 181 Marisol Hernandez 146 Susan Hickman 48, 146, 181 Gregory Hicks 146 Brian Higginbotham 146 Paul Higginbotham 146 Gina Hight 42, 43, 146, 181 Amanda Hoagland 146, 181 Darren Hodge 146, 181 Shelly Hoffman 146, 181 Thad Hogan 68, 146, 181 Edward Holt 61, 146, 181 James Homer 146, 181 Tracy Hoover 82, 147, 182 Gregory Hopper 147 Perry Howard 148 Sheri Howe 147, 148, 182 Mark Huff 69, 182 Thomas Humbock 55 David Hunter 52, 79, 148, 182 Dana Hyde 21, 35, 37, 148, 182 Jesse James 148 Diane Jansen 148, 182 Steven Jiron 148, 182 Gary Johnson 148 Renay Johnson 5, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 39, 40, 50, 148, 171, 182 David Jorgensen 148, 182 Mark Jurkowski 50, 51, 54, 55, 58, 60, 61, 148, 182 Jip Kang 148 Paul Kardos 149, 182 Maria Karlsson-Thor 149 Lori Katnik 149, 182 Craig Katman 149, 182 Leslie Kearney 149, 182 Jeff Kelley 149, 182 Wiley Kennedy 149, 182 Jeff Kettering 95, 149, 182 Khanh Khuu 149, 182 Barry Kiilehua 149, 182 Dennis Kim 149 Dunmi Kim 149, 182 Sang Kim 29, 51, 55, 60, 61, 150, 182 Siha Kim 150, 182 Michael Kimes 150 Nancy Knee 96, 97, 150, 181, 182 Lisa Koenes 56, 57, 150, 182 Michelle Koerner 150, 182 Valeria Koines 60, 150, 182 lrfan Kolsy 150, 182 Minako Konno 58, 182 Deborah Koosed 53, 150, 182 Michelle Kopf 150, 182 Joseph Kovac 48, 61, 68, 70, 86, 150, 182, 285 Julie Krames 8, 9, 12, 35, 37, 39, 50, 150, 183 Steven Krockman 151, 183 Timothy Kuroishi 151, 183 Geoffrey Lancaster 77, 151, 183 Kim Larson 46, 151, 183 Barbara Lastelic 151, 183 Sarah Lebo 151 Jeff Ledendecker 151 Jeff Ledford 151 Anna Lee 57, 59, 151, 191 Betty Lee 151, 183 Sonya Lee 84, 85, 151, 183 Soo Lee 151 Stephen Lee 60, 61, 154, 183 Barry Lehrer 154, 183 Daniel Leili 155, 183 Gregory Levin 10, 95, 155, 159, 183 Nicole Lind 155, 183 Nasha London 155, 183 William Long 155 Anne-Michelle Lonnay 57, 58, 183 Anna Lopez 183 John Lundy 10, 11, 35, 61, 69. 129, 142, 155, 183 Trong Luu 55, 155 Holly Lyon 155, 183 Dao Mach 56, 155 Lori Maclntyre 155 Jill MacKnight 155, 183 Chris Maki 155 John Manning 156, 183 Thomas Marcotte 156 John Marr 58, 60, 62, 156, 183 Steven Marsh 22, 23, 27, 61, 68, 183 Jennifer Martineau 156, 183 David Mauk 156 Marion Mauldin 156, 183 Dan Fitz Maurice 183 Michael Maysonet 52, 156, 183 Marcelle McAfee 158, 183 Kelly McCormick 19, 35, 37, 50, 51, 74, 75, 158, 183 Cynthia McCue 158 Elizabeth Mclntyre 158, 183 Joe Mclntyre 158, 183 Shawnette McKee 29, 39, 50, 158, 183 Ryan McMillan 158, 183 Kara Mehrer 39, 40, 47, 48, 156, 175, 183 Kristen Melillo 156, 183 James lBeaui Mercurio 9, 12, 13, 35, 37, 79, 156, 171, 183 Grant Merowit 156, 184 Scott Meyer 157 Henk Meyling 157, 184 Benny Meza 68, 157 Kelley Meza 157, 184 Mike Miller 157 Kent Milligan 55, 157, 184 Robin Minuskin 60, 157, 184 Deanne Moore 37, 50, 82, 83, 96, 97, 157, 184 Michael Morehead 157, 197, 184 Mark Moritz 157, 184 Elizabeth Morris 157, 184 Reginald Morris 157, 184 Jennifer Morrison 45, 62, 158, 184 Owen Morse 20, 158, 194 Sonya Morton 158 Christina Murphy 184 Bunna Muy 158 Gary Needham 158 Betsy Nelson 19, 58, 159, 184 David Nelson 45, 159, 184 Scott Newman 160 Minh Ngo 56, 160, 184 Lan Nguyen 184 Peter Nguyen 160, 184 Quyet Nguyen 160 Atnhony Nintz 160 Paul Nolan 160, 184 Michael Obrien 86, 160 James OConnell 61, 160, 184 Brian Oglesbee 94, 160, 184 Robert Oliver 160 Christine Olsgaard 160, 184 Kelly Oneal 45, 160, 184 Casey Orourke 161 Scott Otsuka 161 Annie Ouzounian 184 Gregg Pancoe 161 Joanne Parker 46, 161, 184 Ray Pearson ll 161, 184 Philip Pederson 161, 184 Lisa Pellegrino 151, 242, 184 David Pelletier 61, 68, 70 Scott Penaluna 161 Shawn Pereira 61, 68, 70 Brian Person 48, 161, 184 Erin Peterson 161, 184 Kirby Pram 6, 59, 61, 68, 69, 70, 86, 161, 162, 167, 184 Sheri Piepenburg 101. 184 John Pinson 162, 184 Bradly Pollard 162, 184 Steve Polley 61, 163, 184 Amy Powell 163, 184 Michael Predney 9, 50. 61, 86, 163, 209 Karen Pritchett 163 Sean Propst 163 Katherine Pulaski 163 Monica Ramirez 163, 185 Jeffrey Ramsey 163, 185 Dione Randell 57, 163, 185 Dean Raulston 163 Lisa Reed 163, 185 Bill Reiter 61, 69, 70, 185 Danielle Relph 50, 96, 97, 163, 181, 185 Lorrie Remur 164, 185 Kevin Ressler 164, 185 William Riess 164 Devin Righter 48, 164, 185 Casper Rijnbende 57, 185 Michael Rishovd 164 Dean Roberts 164, 185 Leslie Robinson 164 Kris Robison 164 Jeff Rodriquez 185 Julie Rohrer 164, 185 Daniel Rubin 164, 185 Sarah Rudolph 58, 164, 185 Beth Rutledge 13 Kelly Ryan 6, 61, 69, 164, 185 Kindra Sailers 165, 185, 229 Fernando Salas 57, 58, 95, 185 Celeste Salcido 165 Julie Saltarelli 35, 37, 51, 165, 185 Miriam Saltarelli 165, 185 Peter Sanders 165 Bobby Sandstrom 165, 185 Greg Santori 61, 165, 185 Essi Savolainen 58, 185 Thomas Scavuzzo 165 Yvonne Schrenk 165, 185 Elena Schroeder 57, 58, 165, 185 Laura Seigle 59, 61, 165, 185, 191 Martha Serrania 165, 185 Edward Sharar 166, 185 Julian Shea 62, 166, 185 Janet Sheets 166, 186 Eric Sherman 9, 50, 61, 166, 186 Michelle Shirley 166, 186 Katherine Shives 8, 9, 10, 12, 35, 50, 75, 128, 129, 154, 166, 181, 186 ' Stephen Shunn 166, 186, 229 Krista Simor 2, 8, 9, 12, 39, 40, 46, 47, 48, 49, 51, 166, 176, 185, 186 Jeff Smith 166 Jennifer Smith 166, 186 Karin Smith 166, 186 Kendra Smith 166, 186 Kim Smith 167, 186 Kim Smith 167, 186 Valeria Smith 56, 75, 167 Daniel Smoot 79, 168, 186 Joseph Snyder 69, 168 Luis Soltero 186 Bob Sorcabal 61, 68, 168, 186 Michelle Spackman 168, 186 Julie Spellman 59, 139, 168, 186,- 191 John Spiak 43, 44, 168, 186 Bret Stall 168 David Staton 168, 186 Pamela Stevenson 59, 168, 191 Dianne Stickley 168, 186 Rodney Stone 77, 168 Garrett Stryker 12, 168, 186 Brendon Talley 62, 64, 65, 169, 186 G. C. Tanji 169, 186 Susan Tate 29, 35, 96, 97, 169, 181, 186 Samantha Taylor 22, 23, 39, 40, 46, 47, 48, 50, 169, 186 Kathleen Thomas 45, 60, 169, 186 Shawn Thomas 95, 169, 186 Kimberly Thornburg 169 Bradley Thornton 169, 186 David Tibbey 169 David Tinz 169, 186 Jan Tobin 169, 1865 Shelly Tolton 39, '45, 47, 84, 85, 96, 97, 169,186 Juan Tomas 170, 186 Greg Trachy 170 Hung Tran 187 Deborah Traywick 170, 187 Tuan Truong 187 Sonia Velarde 170 Ronilo Vestil 86, 170, 187 James Viglione 15, 61, 68, 70, 170, 187 Lisa Vining 170, 187 Kim Visnaw 170, 187 Kirk Vogt 10, 95, 154, 170, 175, 187 Cherie Volz 170, 187 Cuong Nhat Vu 187 Hoang Vu 56 Ngoc U. Vu 56, 170, 187 Thu X. Vu 170 Triey Vu 56 ' Christina Vujnov 171 ' Philip Waimrin 61, 68, 95, 171, 187 ,V Steve Waltner 6, 55, 77, 172, 187 Kent Ward 172, 187 Saundra Ward 48, 172, 187 Leigh Weaver 29, 39, 40, 46, 47, 142, 172, 185, 187 Darren Webster 13, 15, 69, 70, 162, 172, 187 Karen Wehn 172, 187 Lori Wehn 172, 187 Drew Wetherhold 59, 95, 172, 187, 191 Traci White 39, 40, 172, 181, 187 Tom Wiedemann 62, 187 Tom Wilker 61, 68, 70, 172, 187 Regina Wilkison 48, 172, 187, 212. 229 Chriss Williams 172, 187 Sonya Williams 173 Anthony Woltman 50, 173, 187 Krista Woods 173, 187 Jeanette Wright 82, 83, 96, 97, 162, 167, 173, 187 Jeffrey Wright 9, 22, 23, 29, 77, 143, 173, 187 Leah Wright 29, 40, 50, 173, 187 Leslie Wuco 58, 187 Craig Yace 173, 187 Victor Yan 58, 173 Howard Yard 62, 173, 187 Jill Yeatts 97, 173, 187 Tiffany Zastera 173, 187 Mark Ziegenhagen 10, 11, 12, 13, 19, 27, 37, 48, 50, 51, 61, 68, 69, 70, 131, 174, 187 Jennifer Zuniga 174 JUNIOR CLASS Gina Adamo 188 Farooq Ahhmad 188 Stacie Albertson 188 Kimberly Alkema 6, 48, 188 John Alper 188 Tina Alvarado 39, 188, 285 Mark Alvarez 2, 188 Charlene Alves 45, 57, 58, 188 Scott Amormino 188 Michael Anderson 57, 61, 95, 188 Kevin Anderson 86, 188 Damian Arbelbide 48, 188, 199 Julie Armenta 39, 97, 188 Justin Arnold 62, 188 Katherine Ashcraft 188 John Ashman 61, 69, 70, 188 Gilbert Aspirin 188 Jon Aufdemberg 79, 188 Shannon Augustine 74, 75, 96, 97, 188 Cheryl Baer 49, 188 Eric Bailey 188 Jennifer Baker 188 Eric Banner 188 Kurt Bantle 45, 189 Darlene Barbee 189 Debbie Beard 189 Rosalene Becannon 57, 189 David Bell 95, 189 Jack Bennett 189 Kevin Bentley 45, 62, 189 Kathryn Berg 189 Seth Berger 189 Demichelle Berman 189 Monique Bernal 189 Maurine Berry 48, 189, 229 Jennifer 'Betwo 189 Jan Beveridge 62, 189 Vincent Biagiotti 59, 60, 189 Michelle Biery 189 Amber Blackwell 189 Jeffrey Blair 189 Teresa Blair 189 Laura Blanscet 189 Teofil Bleda 189 Nicole Bleich 189 Ginger Bly 189 Luanne Bogard 189 Nadia Bogdan 56, 189 Karen Boies 189 Will Bonilla 189 Jeffrey Boone 189 Tanya Brady 34, 188, 189 Julie Branett 43, 45, 189 Mike Braun 13, 189 Elizabeth Bricker 189 Will Brokenbourgh 189 Aaron Brown 55, 189 Kenneth Brown 189 Krista Brown 85, 189 Justine Bruss 57, 189 Gregory Bryant 189 Buddy Burke 189, 193 Chris Burnes 189 Tammy Burrer 62, 64, 65, 189 Kimberly Busby 45, 189 David Bushey 190 Rosalie Bustamante 190 Andrea Byrnes 190 Lisa Campbell 190 Judy Cariato 48, 49, 190, 215 Kasey Carpenter 190 David Caroio 190 Michael Carrano 64, 65, 190 Randy Carrillo 190 Jose Caruso 95, 190 Christie Casanova 190 Patrica Castle 190 Robin Causey 19, 53, 54, 190, 212 Regina Chaffee 42, 45, 190 Yoon Kyung Chang 190 Shantel Charette 190 Anthony Chavez 190 Steven Chavez 190 Eric Check 190 Dawn Cheney 190 Hyun Grace Chi 57, 190 Peter Chiampas 61, 69, 190 Jun Cho 95, 190 Susanne Choi 190 Won Choi 60, 69, 190 Robert Chornonud 190 Phong Chu 56, 190 Brenda Clark 190 Masato Clark '190, 203 Patricia Clavell 190 Brian Cohen 190 Kim Collins 19, 29, 39, 47, 82, 84, 85, 97, 190, 205 Penelope Correa 190 Miray Cosindas 56, 190 Daniel Crawford 60, 190 David Crawford 16, 190 Jennifer Cru,nnett",190 yr Kevin Cruz 190 Jennifer Cunningham 190 Timothy Dahlberg 190 Regina Daly 37, 190 Thi Dangvan 190 Shelly Dart 56, 191 Stacey Dart 56, 191 Angie Davies 191 Jeffrey David 191 Marnye Davis 191 Rey De La Garza 191 Cathernie Deguzman 191 Rick Dekoning 191 Mark Denny 79, 191 Andrea Denso 191 Karen Devor 45, 191 Lisa Devnes 191 C, Erwin Diaz 191 Danette Diazdeleon 22, 23, 191 Anthony Dickson 191 Vicky Dilger 48, 49, 191 Hanh Do 60, 191 Corinne Dobbins 191 I Kelly Donaldson 62, 64, 192 Nancy Drouin 35, 50, 82, 83, 188, 192 Dana Dubose 50, 56, 192 Alexander Duffus 54, 192 Charles Dunn'55, 192 Jason Edwards 95, 192 'Christie Engani 192 Marjean Ermel 44, 65, 192 Sheila Eubank 192 Kristen Evans 192 Doreen Faber 192 Tami Fairbanks 75, 192 Desiree Farden 192 Christy Faubus 192 Brian Feldman 53, 65, 192 John Field Stephen Fisher 62, 192 Roberta Fletcher 192 Leisha Forbes 192 Brenna Formaneck 192 Michael Friend 192 John Friske 95, 192 Gaveth Fritschie 192 Joy Fuller 56, 192 Jami Gallaway 82, 192 Raquel Gambsky 192 , Jerry Garcia 192 Kelley Gavin 192 V, I Wendy Gay 192 ,r Shana Geivet 84, 85, 97, 192 David Gertz 192 f Jennifer Gilmore ,192 Jessie Gladd 192 Elizabeth Goldberg 192 Cecilia Gomez 192 Mark Gonchar 193 Bret Gonzales 193 Frank Gonzales 62, 193 Leonard Gonzales 193 Mark Gonzales 193 Mona-raeVGonzales 193 Steve Goodger 193 Cuba Gooding Jr. 193 SharonffGordy 193 Christina Goree 193 Cheri Goss 193 Casie Grant 193 Sharon Greene 193 Vince'Greenlee 79, 193, 211 Firozeh Gruber 56, 82, 83, 193 Karen Gusky 42, 45, 193 Mike Hagood 193 Elizabeth Hahn 56, 193 Asam Hameed 194 Mary Hammond Michelle Hammond 42, 45, 194 Michael'Hordy 194 Scott Harvey 194 Yoko Hasegawa 10, 35, 37, 50 85, 188, 194 Alan Hatanaka 60, 194 Holly Hatton 194 Larry Hausner 194 Daniel Hayes 194 Thomas Hayes 194 Catherine Hays 194 Tom Heaton 194 i , .4-A -ye -Q, European Travelers- Dawn Wilson, Bill Feverborn, Petra Davis, Chris Werthmuller, Scott Mann, and Jim Crossen went to Europe for a month in July 1984. Machelle Hendrickson 194 Julie Herman 53, 56, 205 Teresa Hernandez 194 Mike Herzig 194 Corrine Highland 194 Kirsten Hill 59, 60, 191, 194 Michelle Hill 194 Mary Hoag 43, 45, 48, 194 Hiep Hoang 194 Robert Tony Hoblak, Jr. 194 James Hoffman 69, 194 Glenn Hollingshead 194 Susan Homer 56, 58, 60, 85, 195 David Hoon 194 Chris Hord 48, 61, 68 Jeffrey Horne 195 Geoffrey Howard 10, 79, 205 Kimberly Hoy 195 ' Doug Hudson 451195 Teri Huthf'50, 82, 83, 195 Dave Ignatius 109 Gregory Jackson 60, 195 Trent Jackson 95, 193, 195 Judith Jacobson 195 R. T. Jacobson 195 Susanne Janes 195 Ann Jeffries 56, 84, 85, 195 Jim Jereczek 195 David Johnson 195 Kathy Johnson 195 Lori Johnson 45, 195 Tammy Johnson 195 Brian Jones 195 David Juarez 68 Rick Judson 195 Michael Karlsky 195 Kent Katnik 61, 69, 195 Avrum Kaufman 53, 54, 195 Carson Kay 59, 60, 195 Allison Kemp 195 Kerri Kempton 46, 195 Kara Kerns 59, 60, 191, 195 Jeffrey Kienn 56, 195 Judy Kilmer 195 Harris Kim 195 Jenefer Kim 82, 83, 195 Jeong Kim 95, 195 Sinine Kim 195 I Elizabeth Kimbrollan 195 David Kinder 55,1195 Jeffrey Kline 195 John Knudsen 195 Jill Knutson 195 , Chrissy Kollenborn 195 Gregory Kossak 48, 61, 69, 195 John Krochman 196 Pam Kroll 196 Christy Kuroishi 196 Laurel Lamb 196 Diane Lammedee 196 Denise Langhoff 196 Paul Lapcheske 196 Michael Larkin 68, 196 Christine Larson 35, 59, 60, 61, 91, 196 David Lavalley 45, 55, 57, 196 Richard Lawrence 196 Gordon Lay 27, 86, 196 Sophie Lay 196 Cuong Le 56, 196 Hung Le 196 Linh Le 196 Minh Le 196 Minh Duc Le 196 Phoung Le 196 Sally LeBoeuf 196 Index 261 262 lmlcx Daniel Leatherman 196 David Lee 62, 69, 196 Frank Lee 60, 196 Jin Lee 196 Keith Leesman 196 Travis Lehman 196 Donna Lewandowski 196 Eric Lindren 196 Paul Litchenberg 196 Heidi Lloyd 196 Chris Long 196 Debbie Longobardi 196 Damian Loo 68, 196 Rodolfo Lopez 196 Barbara Lynch 19, 35, 37, 56, 196 Ken Lynch 61, 196 Sheila MacKenzie 197 Ray Madrid 197 Paul Mahar 197 Cynthia Mallard 197 Ronald Mann 197 Don Manning 197 Jose Manzo 197 Rodney Mapes 197 Dave Marseilles 197 Suzanne Martin 57, 197 Audrey Matheny 197 Robby Matsunaga 197 Michael Mazowiecki 61, 68, 198 Mike McCarthy 52, 198 Jennifer McCartney 198 Christine McConnell 198 John McCormick 198 Brett McEwen 61, 69, 198 John McKeon 198 Kelly McKeon 198 Laura McWilliam 198 Kris Mendez 6, 198 Gerardo Meras 77, 198 Angela Merritt 198 Joseph Michl 198 Quinn Millard 52, 198 Jamie Millar 62, 65, 198 Donna Milligan 198 Charles Mills 69, 198 Josephine Mina 198 Samantha Mitchell 56, 198 Karen Moe 29, 52, 198 Mark Montano 198 Melody Montano 198 Shelly Montgomery 198 Rosalie Moreno 58, 198 Virginia Moreno 198 Samantha Muhic 198 Laura Mullenger 6, 39, 40, 45, 54, 62, 64. 65, 198 Brandon Murphy 198 Paula Myers 198 John Nardulli 198 Jillisa Negard 54, 198 Robin Negendank 53, 198 Dana Nelson 29, 198 Kimberly Nelson 198 Todd Nelson 61, 68, 198 Deborah Ness 198 Lori Neuert 50, 198 Veronica Newbold 198 Timoni Newman 198 Troy Nzos 45, 198 Chau Nguyen 56, 59, 198 Dung Nguyen 198 Hien Nguyen 199 Le Nguyen 56, 199 Long Nguyen 45, 199 Ngoe Nguyen 199 Quan Nguyen 199 Thuy Ngyuen 56, 59, 199 Ut Ngyuen 199 Michael Nichols 199 Warren Nix 16, 199 'Dm Nolan 199 Bill North 199 Robert Noward 199 Brian Nuzzo 60, 199 Michael Nykanen 199 Lena Nyman 199 Hayato Ochiai 55, 199 Dawnell Oliver 199 Jose Ortega 77, 199 Chris Ostrander 6, 39, 40, 199 David Oursler 199 Chris Pace 45, 62, 199 Launa Pacetti 199 Belinda Padilia 199 Cinthya Pagoaga 199 Suzanne Palmer 56, 75, 200 Peter Papadopoulos 21, 57, 62 200 Young Park 200 Keith Pasternak 100 Christoper Patten 200 Preston Patton 200 Raymond Pearson ll 45 Modesta Perez 200 Danielle Perkins 39, 200, 285 Christy Peter 200 Mai Pham 200 Ngoc Pham 56, 200 Tan Pham 200 Page Pierce 62, 64, 200 Susan Pierson 200 Heather Pittman 39, 50, 54, 200 Lisa Poe 200 Amy Pollard 200 Lori Pounds 42, 45, 200 Lawrence Preijers 200 Marjorie Prell 45, 200 Kenneth Prochnow 200 Frank Purnell 200 Dawn Quinby 200 Gina Quinn 200 Sean Quinn 68, 70, 201 Kirk Quinones 201 Jim Rauland 201 Timothy Rauter 201 Lisa Relph 201 Robyn Relph 85, 201 Mike Rewers 19, 50, 69, 70, 188, 201 Michael Richard 64, 201 Bryan Richardson 201 Greg Richardson 201 Kelly Rickard 201 Susan Riemenschnieder 58, 201 Denise Roach 201, 242 Leslie Robinson 201 Tim Robinson 201 John Robinson 62, 201 April Rodriquez 201 Kimberly Rofoli 201 Brian Rogers 201 Monica Rojas 201 Danae Rott 58, 201 Crystal 53, 201 Freddie Royal Jr. 55, 201 Joanne Ruano 201 James Rundle 56, 201 Natalie Russell 201 Joann Sabo 201 Sean Sanchez 201 Stan Santiago 201 Lisa Schaff 201 John Scher 201 Dan Schmetzer 201 Hollee Schneider 201 Darryl Scrage 201 Karen Schrock 201 Richard Schroader 51, 53, 59, 60, 201 Dean Schulte 201 Kelley Scott 201 Tammy Scott 201 Susie Scuris 201 Kimberly Seieroe 201 Dana Severson 201 Laura Shadburn 202 William Shapiro 79, 202 Cassandra Sharar 202 Kristi Shaw 35, 37, 50, 202 Brett Shelton 202 Allison Shipley 58, 202 Dennis Shunn 2, 77, 202 Doug Siskowic 50, 53, 56, 79, 202 Stanton Skallerud 202 Sean Smith 202 Dennis Smith 55, 202 Tiffanie Smith 62, 202 Dorothy Snyder 60, 61, 85. 202 Stephanie Solls 202 Melissa Solomon 60, 202 Hilda Solorzano 53, 202 Jeffrey Solt Kristi Sperling 39, 202 Adam Spiking 29, 202 Mary Spitzer 202 Craig Springer 77, 202 Taylor Stacy 59, 191, 202 Tyler Stein 202 David Stewart 53 Julie Stewart 202 Tiffany Stewart 56, 75, 202 Debra Stinnett 57, 58, 202 Duane Stockdale 202 Ricky Stone 202 Christine Strack 202 Walter Stuart 202 Kimberly Styers 202 Jeffrey Suclla 202 Charlie Sullivan 202 Steve Surico 202 Mike Svendsen 202 Gary Sykes 202 Laura Takenaka 202 Mathew Talley 202 Steven Tapie 202 Christopher Tardiff 202 Rachel Taylor 202 Brian Teague 202 Mark Teal 60, 61, 203 Julie Teater 203 Paul Terry 203 Katherine Thatcher 201 Steven Thayer 203 John Thiebolt 203 Willey Thomas 69, 70, 203 Kimberly Thompson 203 Janine Tidman 64, 65, 203 Max Tilley 203 Pablo Torres 203 Yvonne Torres 299, 204 Billy Turnbaugh 204 Warren Turner 45, 204 Eve Uhler 39, 204 Scott Urschel 204 Christopher Vallevieni 95, 204 Ray Vance 204 Gabriel Velazquez 204 Jorge Villar 204 Melissa Wadsworth 204 Dean Walker 204 Rosanne Warner 204 Joel Warren 50, 53, 54, 204 Gregory Waters 79, 204 Christopher Way 204 Brandi Weagley 204 Laurie Weaver 204 Kimberly Webb 62, 65, 204 Marni Lee Webb 204 Trisha Webb 84, 85, 204 Art Weeks 204 Jeff Wendt 50, 53, 54, 204 Jodi Wenski 204 Chris Werthmuller 205 Kimberly Wetherholt 39, 46, 205 Joclene Whiting 46, 205 Jason Whitley 2, 205 Julie Wienckowski 205 Kasey Wilson 97, 205 Staci Wilson 205 David Wise 205 Robert Witting 205 Trisha Wolfram 205 Sooyeon Woo 60, 82, 83, 205 Joseph Wozniak 205 Wendy Wright 57, 58, 205 Carmen Wyns 205 Milton Yeo 205 Katherine Yoon 205 Keri Yoshida 57, 58, 205 Janabe Young 205 Dawn Zahrre 205 Hilmi Zein 205 SOPHOMORE CLASS Robert Aaron 206 Larry Abramek 206 Robert Adkins 57, 206 Miguel Alcazar 206 Michael Ale 206 Albert Almazan 206 Jayna Alsup 206 Christian Amormino 206 Doneisa Anderson 206 Tricia Andres 5, 85, 206 Jon Andrews 55, 206 Terrence Arnold 206 Elizabeth Ashcraft 206 Kelie Atkinson 206 Michael Audet 73, 206 Jackie Baca 206 Lisa Bailey 48, 206 Jonathon Baity 206 Donna Baker 206 Sheldon Baker 54, 57, 206 Sonia Baker 206 Sheldon Baker 54, 57, 206 Sonia Baker 206 Shannon Bales 54, 206 Juan Barajas 206 Michelle Baranov 96, 97, 206 Tonya Barnes 207 Richard Barrett 55, 207 Michelle Barry 85, 207 Nicole Bartolomucci 75, 207 Cheryl Bates 207 Samantha Bates 207 Erik Bauernfeind 207 Katie Bawden 45, 207 Chris Beard 207 Steven Beato 207 Kelly Bellegarde 207 David Belmarez 207 Cheri Belton 62, 207 Laura Bennett 207 Christopher Benson 207 Annette Beres 207 George Beveridge 56, 207 Michael Biard 51, 73, 207 Donna Bingham 45, 207 Alexander Black 54, 207 Julie Boies 42, 45, 207 Tami Bolton 207 Tony Borkowski 207 Jeffrey Bos 207 Jennifer Boydston 207 Deana Boyle 207 Krista Bradley 207, 229 John Breen 207 Richard Brethour 77, 207 Heather Brown 57, 207 Laura Browne 207 Eric Brzescinski 207 Nga Bui 56, 207 Elaine Burrows 44, 207 Paul Busa 207 Carye Campbell 53, 207 Nathan Campbell 207 Todd Canedy 207 Monica Cantrell 84, 85, 207 Samuel Carmona 207 Jennifer Carter 207, 229 Craig Castellanet 54, 59, 207 Omar Castrezana 208 Henry Castro 27, 208 Mark Cerneka 208 Cheryl Chambers 208 Jim Chambers 208 Fred Chang 57, 59, 208 Orina Chang 208 Un Emmie Chang 57, 208 Darin Cheatham 208 Andrew Chi 208 Jae Cho 57, 208 Jun Chong 208 Jaehee Chung 57, 208 Yong Chung 208 Yuko Clark 48, 58, 208, 220 Lizzy Clavijo 208 Aimee Clevenger 47 Kristina Clevenger 75, 208 Lori Collins 83, 298 Susan Conklin 43, 45, 208 Tanya Crurne 208 Pamela Cruz 208 Christopher Currie 208 Barbara Curtis 208 Stephen Dahlberg 208 William Dalgetty 208 Denise Dalton John Daly 73, 208 Hung Dam 208 Ralph Damato Tiffany Davies 46, 56, 208 Eric Davis 208 Ty Davis 56. 208 Sherry Debter 208 Sandra Decapite 42, 208 Pamela Delamater 208 Marita Deleon 46, 208 Debra Delyea 208 Deborah Ditillo 208 Minh Do 208 Michael Dobak 29, 35, 208 Jeff Dodds 208 Kevin Dorn 208 Steven Dorsch 209, 211 Richard Drake 209 Lisa Dumis 209 Jamie Dunn 46, 209 Mylinh Duong 209 Joanne Eagan 82, 83, 209 Dave Echevarria 209 Jack Edwards 209 Paul Egendorf 45, 56, 209 Dianna Ehlers 209 Kimberly Ellison 46, 209 Larry Elmore 209 Tamara Endicott 209 Matthew Endquist 209 Lewis Ervoes 209 Gary Evans 209 Jeffrey Faccio 209 Thomala Fair 209 Carolyn Faria 209 Kelli Fasano 209 Hugh Fast 209 Scott Feldman 209, 229 Helen Fields 209 Scot Fillman 209 Bradley Finney 210 Paul Fisher 210 Holly Fletcher 43, 45, 210 Amalia Flores 210 Christopher Floth 210 Raymond Flowers 210 Stacy Foley 210 Tanya Forbes 210 Twanda Ford 210 James Formby 210 Steven Foster 210 Laura Frazer 43, 45, 62, 65 210 Carrie Freeman 75, 210 James Frye 210 John Frye 210 James Fuller 210 Lisa Gable 210 Gilbert Galvan 210 Sandy Gaston 210 Amber Gerbitz 210 Sevan Gergian 210 Everett Gestford 210 Kristen Gibson 210 David Gilbody 77, 210 Craig Gill 210 Donald Glover 57, 77, 210 Hector Gomez 210 llisha Gonchar 210 Janice Gonzales 210 Rena Gonzales 210 Tammy Gordon 310 Java Gordon 310 Shannon Gordon 210 Timothy Grabek 210 Michelle Guenette 74, 75, 211 Steve Gurrola 77, 211 Robert Hamilton 21, 45, 211 Michael Hanes 211 Eric Haney 211 Brian Hardin 72, 73, 211 Susan Hardison 43, 45, 46, 211 Cathleen Hardy 211 Kevin Hargrove 211 Brenda Harness 21, 39, 211 Alton Harper 211 Victoria Harrington 211 Colby Harris 211 Dawn Harris 211 James Harris Jr. 211 Elvia Harrison 211 Kelly Harsh 211 Linda Harvey 211 James Hatch 212 Daniel Hatfield 212 Dorene Haver 85, 212 Richard Hawes 95, 212 Trudy Hawkins 44, 212 Chrissy Heath 212 Buffy Hebard 212 Tanya Hecker Randee Henderson 212 Eric Henry 212 Eric Herman 212 Jose Hernandez 212 Marco Hernandez 212 Maribel Hernandez 212 Victor Hernandez 212 Stanton Herold 212 Wallace Herson 212 Vicky Heywood 212 Bradley Hines 212 Huong Hi 212 Monglan Ho 56, 212 Anh Hoang 212 Matthew Hocking 212 Michael Hoffman 212 George Hofman 212 Philip Holland 213 Timothy Hollinger 68, 69, 213 Mark Holte 213 Stacey Hooke 46, 213 Josh Hope 213 Lisa Horn 213 Janell Hu 213 Kevin Hungerford 72, 73, 213 Shauna Hunt 213 Amy Ikeda 2, 42, 44, 46, 213 Shannon lllinngworth 213 Jeff Indes 213 Michael Jackson 213 Erik Jahning 57, 213 Erik Jahning 57, 213 Julie James 35, 50, 82, 83, 213 Anne Jarvis 62, 213 Cherylyn Jech 53, 213 Paul Jensen 213 James Jessup 213 Alfonso Jimenez 213 Glen Johanson 213 Christina Johnson 213 Curtis Johnson 213 Kelly Joiner 213 David Jones 213 Suzanne Jones 50, 82, 83, 213 William Jordan 213 Kon Jorgensen 213 Shannon Joy 2, 43, 44, 46, 213 Kristina Kahkonen 213 Lori Kahn 213 Kumiko Kameda 213 Kyung Kang 213 Mikyung Kang 57, 213 Yeuna Kang 57, 213 Mikyung Kang 57, 213 Yeuna Kang 213 Lisa Karoub 213 Neal Kawasaki 213 Kimberly Keamey 213 Leslie Kearney 213 Carol Keith 213 Thomas Kelley 45, 213 Glenn Kerr 213 Julie Kettering 214 Michelle Kiehn 57, 82, 83, 214 Sean Kiilehua 214 Theodore Kim 56, 214 Eric Kitterer 214 Christine Kjelland 214 Louis Klein 214 Tamara Knaack 214 Julie Knowlton 43, 45, 214 Christian Knudsen 214 Dale Koerber 72, 73, 214 Doug Kossak 214 Kathy Kossnar 214 Thomas Kotlar 73, 214 Timothy Kotlar 50, 73, 214 Paul Krames 56, 73, 214 Rod Kukla 54, 214 Alexander Kyriakidis 214 Jane Kyuhg 57, 214 Tracy Lambert 214 Lorna Lammedee 214 Lana Langfordp214 Lance Langfrod 214 Randy Larson 214 Scott Larson 214 Melissa Lathrop 214 Norman Lautrup 35, 206, 214 Dung Le 56, 59, 214 Janet Le 214, 220 My T. Le 214 Trung Le 214 Trung D. Le 214 Donald Lee 54, 59, 214 Sandra Lee 45, 215 Tanya Lefevre 215 Jami Leger 215 Heidi Leimbach 215 . David Lekki 215 Michelle Lewandowski 62, 75 215 Jason Leyva 215 Hilary Liebl 215 Sung Lim 215 Julie Lindfors 215 Timothy Linehan 73, 215 Timothy Long 56, 77, 215 Vu Long 215 John Lopez 215 Melissa Lopez 215 Melissa Lopez 215 Michelle Lopez 215 Derek Lorati 215 Gina Lorati 215 Jeffrey Love 73, 216 Sara Lundy 50, 82, 83, 216 Briana Mabery 216 Kim Macchiaroli 216 Michael Macias 72, 73, 216 Julie Malizia 216 Scott Mann 53, 56, 216 Scott Marks 216 Peggy Marlin 216 Rebecca Marr 216 Scott Marron 6, 216 Steven Marsh 216 Christopher Martin 216 Darren Martin 216 Joanne Martin 216 Michelle Martin 39, 216 Paul Martin 216 Penny Martin 35, 57, 216 Scott Martin 216 Allan Martinez 216 Jimmy Martinez 193, 216 Alex Mate 77, 216 Alinda Matsunaga 216 Shihomi Matsushita 216, 229 Donald Matters 216 Jill McClain 56, 216 Timothy McElroy 216 Andrew McKenzie 216 Michael McKeon 216 Shellie McKinley 216 Walter McMahon 73, 216 Lisa McPherson 216 Stephanie Medley 216 Jesus Mendoza 216 Patricia Mendoza 216 Elena Mercuci 216 Charles Merrick 216 David Mestas 216 Angela Michels 216 Leo Middleton 216 Andrew Miller 216 Becky Miller 217 Roberta Miller 217 V Rodney Miller 217 Christopher Monty 217 Gregory Moore 217 Gregory Morales 45, 217, 242 Leyla Moran 217 Crista Morehead 217 Deanna Morris 217 Melinda Morrison 217 Brent Moser 217 ,TS , ,fr ,,.,.. , :1Wf.,.,., nov-W ,X .,., , f,,. , Jody Moser 217 Carey Mottershead 217 Karen Mukai 217 Rick Munder 217 Carlos Negron 217 Lidia Negron 217 Kim Neilson 217 Craig Nelson 45, 62, 217 Steve Nelson 217 An Nguyen 217 Huy Nguyen 217 Michelle Nguyen 217 Thuy Nguyen 56, 217 Brandee Nix 218 Melissa Northway 39, 51, 218 David Todd Nugent 79, 218 Kevin O'Brian 218 Laura O'Dell 218 Jerry Oldenburg 218 Russel O'Rourke 218 Virinia Orsco 218 Stanley Orr 218 Mariangele Ortega 218 James Owens 218 Ki Pae 218 Peter Pakes 218 David Palma 73, 218 Michael Palma 218 John Palmer 218 Brady Palmerino 73, 218 Diane Pantoja 85, 218 Fred Pantoja 218 Michelle Parker 218 Kenneth Pasternak 218 ,Anthony Patrick 218 David Patstone 72, 73, 218 Brenda Patterson 218 'Richard Patton 218 Joelie Peckham 50, 218 Christy Pelletier 218 7frElvia Perez 218 'Leticia Perez 218 'QRose Perez 218 Qgftubicelia Perez 218 ,Qeoffrey Perry 218 flgoa Quynh Pham 218 Pham 58, 218 Dgvid Pierson 219 Befnadette Pittman 219 LQ'?,Pooler 219 Porter 219 Powell 219 Predney 219 DeaffPropst 219 Darr?ihfPuckett 19, 61, 219 Kenneth Pulley 62, 219 Frank"Queen 219 David 'Ramirez 219 Tina Ramirez 62, 65, 219 Michael "l' awland 219 shawn Resin 72, 73, 219 Shauna Rlecfhter 219 Erik Recoi5i3s'219 Jeri Reeves 219 Marie Reid 219 Laurie Reider!74g ,75, 220 Mark Reider 54,2220 Leslie Reiter 39, 242 Kim Rerga 220 ,V Gregory Renius Hasan Reshamwalla 220 Janelle Rice 39, 46, 220 Tatciana Rich 220 Michelle Richard 39, 220 Cynthia Rivera 220 Frank Serrao 6, 221 Todd Shafer 221 Elliott Shaffer 221 Erik Sheesley 221 Kristy Shives 75, 221 Chrystal Shrode 62, 65, 221 Angela Shumpert 221 Matthias Silver 221 Michelle Simmons 221 Steven Sinclair 221 Brian Singer 221 Melinda Siskowic 51, 75, 221 Jarry Sisneros 221 Keith Skeldon 221 Carolyn Smith 221 ,.,A, ,V Jeffrey Smith 45,, iff 'lr Students Maurine Berry and Saundra Ward enjoyed last years ski season on their vacation. if Qt.-JN' Je, zzvzflfiiitary speiiman 2, 59, 221, 242 Tan Vinh TWOHQ 55- 77, Kenny Smith 221 Christy Snaadt 85, 221 Stephanie Sneathen 39, 221 Steven Snider 221 Veronica Soils 221 Jeffrey Solt 221 Ana Sossa 221 Jose Soto 73, 221, 229 Susana Soto 221 Paul Rivera 45, 220 Monte Roberts 220 Tina Roberts 220 Todd Robinson 220 Lisa Rodriquez 220 Patricia Rodriquez 19, 46, 51 220 Jason Roe 220 Laura Rogers 45, 52, 55, 220 Sondra Rogers 220 Teresa Rohmer 220 Doug Rooney 220 Mark Ropele 73, 220 Antonio Ruelas 220 Richard Rushton 221 Timothy Russell 73, 73, 221 Michael Sagan 81, 55, 221 Fada "Fred" Saliba 221 Christian Sanborn 221 Marlena Sanchez 221 David Schaffer 221 Julie Schilling 221 David Schlemmer Toni schmadi Jason Scne,ide1fl53, 56, 221 Michelle '-" S clfwabe 221 Catheiiine saws 53, 221 James Sperry 221 Susan Springsteel 221 Julie Stanton 221 Kim Stein 222 Stanley Steinke 222 Erik Steinmeyer 59, 60, 222 Gregory Stephens 222 Sean Stone 222 Kenneth Sullard 222 Christine Sung 57, 222 Dean Surian 222 Keri Sutcliff 222 Shawn Suttles 222 Baron Suzuki 222 Kelly Szamocki 222 Michael Tallman 222 Christopher Taylor 222 Melanie Tesch 222 Carl Thayer 222 Chaf Thomas 222 Suzanne Thomas 42, Kimberly Thompson 62522 Virginia Thompson Christopher Thorton'222' Bouarivann TiaokhfaoM222 Jeffrey Tii10iso.iZ22e Susan Toice Kerry 6, 42, 43, 44, chfisjiafaczak 72, 73, 222 Gerifffforres 222 lQtrih"Tran 222 7fChung Tran 222 Lan Tran 222 Ngoc Tran 223 Phong Tran 223 Quyen Tran 56, 223 Vuong Tran 223 My Tuyen Trieu 223 223 Gustavo Urguiola 223 fwfr 12' ,iff YW Index 263 264 lndvx Julio Urguiola 223 Traci Valenta 223 Martin Vargas 223 Natalie Vaupel 223 William Verge 223 Corinna Vidana 223 Kirstin Vogt 19, 35, 85, 223 Truong Vu 223 Jennifer Wade 2, 43, 45, 82, 83, 223 Steve Walker 223 Michelle Warren 223 Laura Watson 223 Richard Waugh 223 Tammy Way 223 Karen Webster 223 Carrie Wehrly 223 Lora Wentsel 223 Robert West 223 Shannon White 223 Joseph Weidemann 223 Scott Wilbur 51, 65, 223 David Williams 223 James Williams 223 Todd Williams 223 Joylyn Williamson 69, 223 Lisa Wilson 43, 44, 223 Tiffany Wilson 223 Lisa Wise 223 Shannon Wister 223 Davey Yang 223 Tasha Yles 58, 223 Mark Zalac 193, 223 Amy Zuniga 223 Beth Zuniga 223 FRESHMEN CLASS James Aaron 224 Holly Abreu 58, 224 Alan Abt 224 Bethany Adams 75, 224 Thomas Adams 224 Tony Aiello 73, 224 Michael Alcazar 224 Cindy Alexander 224 Cathy Allard 224 Lisa Anderson 224 Steve Andren 224 Jill Arick 224 Angela Armstrong 224 Robert Arnold 224 Rogelio Arteaga 45, 73, 224 Alisa Artrip 224 Chris Aufdemberg 224 Kristen Augustine 75, 224 Douglas Avery 224 Eric Avery 224 Connie Baca 43, 45, 224 Lea Bailey 224 Elizabeth Baity 85, 224 Sherilyn Baker 50, 224 Robert Baldwin 72, 73, 225 Stacey Bales 85, 97, 225 Julia Ball 225 Kristen Barker 225 Frank Barnhardt 225 Glenn Barrera 225 Melissa Barrett 225 Hector Barron 225 Tracie Baskerville 225 Samantha Bates 225 Robert Beaucage 65, 225 Jason Becannon 55 Jeffrey Beilstein 225 Charles Belton 72, 73, 225 Eric Benjamin 225 Heather Bermani 225 Virginia Bermardini 225 Vencent Berry 77, 225 Robbie Best 225 Kristi Bevans 225 Michael Biagiotti 225 Aaron Black 225 Audra Black 43, 45, 225 Matthew Blitch 35, 57, 73, 225 Scott Bolt 225 Sheri Bonilla 225 Joann Borden 39. 225 Contessa Bowers 46, 225 Colleen Boyle 225 Anna Brace 75, 225 James Brackett 225 Jeffrey Braun 225 Michael Brethour 73, 225 Joshua Bricker 225 Matthew Brown 73, 225 Nicole Brown 62, 225 Mei Brumfield 225 Christopher Brun 225 Jason Buchanan 59, 225 Loc Bui 225 Nolina Burge 225 Le Ann Burger 225 Michael Burlin 225 Davetta Butler 225 Ronna Bynum 226 Jeanne Byron 226 Bradley Cantrell 73, 226 Steven Carignan 55, 226 Perla Caro-lopp 226 Cindy Carrillo 42, 45, 226 Cynthia Cashner 226 Denise Cavignano 226 Lea Bailey 224 Elizabeth Baity 85, 224 Sherilyn Baker 50, 224 Robert Baldwin 72, 73, 225 Stacey Bales 85, 225 Julia Ball 225 Kristen Barker 225 Frank Barnhardt 225 Glenn Barrera 225 Melissa Barrett 225 Hector Barron 225 Tracie Baskerville 225 Samantha Bates 225 Robert Beaucage 65, 225 Jason Becannon 55 Jeffrey Beilstein 225 Charles Belton 72, 73, 225 Eric Benjamin 225 Heather Bermani 225 Virginia Bernardini 225 Vincent Berry 77, 225 Robbie Best 225 Kristi Bevans 225 Michael Biagiotti 225 Aaron Black 225 Audra Black 43, 45, 225 Matthew Blitch 35, 57, 7, 225 Scott Bolt 225 Tony Cena 45, 72, 73, 226 Cathy Chang 57 Helen Yuyin Chang 226 Hyon Chang 226 Chantal Chenier 226 Chi Sun Chong 57, 227 Brett Christensen 227 Amy Christy 227 Duy Chu 227 Stacy Cimino 227 Kimberly Clark 227 Kristin Clark 227 Devon Coate 227 Stacy Cohen 227 Christopher Coldiron 227 Steven Cole 227 Timothy Conlin 227 Dolores Cook 227 Joseph Coombs 227 Marla Copple 46, 51, 227 Christopher Corbett 227 Carla Cordova 227 Sherman Corwin 227 Kenneth Cox 227 Traci Crosby 75, 227 Sean Crume 227 Erin Dunn 228 Michele Dunn 228 Sharon Dunn 228 David Eagan 228 Amy Earl 228 Marshall Eddy 57, 59, 72, 73, 228 Anthony Eden 73 Christine Edling 43. 45, 228 Michelle Edman Shellie Edman 228 Michael Eiskant 228 Sarah Elliott 46, 228 Sonya Elliott 228 Alfred Encisco 228 Colleen Engdahl 228 Tracy Engeleiter 228 Gary Evans Heather Evans 39, 46, 228 James Evans 228 Jennifer Exter 228 Bret Fairbanks 77, 228 Jon Falschlehner 228 Jonathon Farley Tom Feverborn 57, 81, 228 Charlene Fleming William Fleszar 45, 228 Roberta Fletcher 228 Phillip Foglesong 73, 228 Tanya Forsythe 228 Mark Foster 228 Trini Franca 73, 228 Karen Frazer 43, 45, 228 Kazumi Fukushima 228 Deanna Gallant 229 Christian Gankema 72, 73, 22 Gerardo Garcia 229 Robin Gardner 229 Sara Garner 229 Anthony Garshnick 229 Denise Gastelum 62, 229 Michelle Gaw 229 Maria Gaytan 229 Gita Ghadimi 229 Lara Gierke 229 Maureen Gilbert 229 Kathleen Gillis 229 Kenneth Gilmore 229 Heidi Goldsberry 229 Lisa Golka 51, 229 Maria Gomez 229 Tammy Gordon Ricardo Goree 229 Ralph Grajeda 229 Tara Grant 58, 230 Michael Groleau 230 Terri Grover 230 Traci Grover 230 Sean Gutridge 73, 230 Bret Haas 230 Yvette Habash 230 Kristina Hader 43, 45, 230 Everett Hager lll Jennifer Hagmann 230 Dina Haight 230 Dytanya Hall 230 Kirk Hall 73 Shawn Hall Tina Hall 230 Kristie Hamberg 230 Zoe Hamilton 230 9 Melissa Hammond 43, 45, 230 Thyme Hampton 230 Keith Haney 73, 230 Daniel Hanner 230 Billy Hargrove 73, 230 Brenda Harmon 6, 39, 46, 230 James Harris 77, 230 Joann Harris 75, 230 Lavette Harris 230 Stephen Harvey 230 Hiroko Hasegawa 46, 51, 231 Dianna Hassett 231 Darren Hausner 231 Darren Haver 231 Jennifer Hawkins 19, 35, 231 Rick Hayes 231 David Healy 77, 231 James Hein 73, 231 Michael Helmbrecht 231 Dawn Hendricks 231 Camerino Hernandez Jr. Michael Herrera 231 Jennifer Herron 231 Charlotte Hessing 231 Angela Hill 231 Robert Hill 231 Thomas Hippensteel 231 Joellen Hitchens 44, 231 Tuan Ho 231 Hao Hoang 77, 231 Tuan Minh Hoang 45, 231 Ryan Hoblak Kathy Hoffer 231 Trina Hoffman Sean Holden 231 John Hollander 231 Phillip Homer 231 Sok Hong 73, 231 Eric Hook 77, 231 George Horn 231 David Hoshour 231 Patricia Houlihan 231 Justin House 231 David Hudson 231 Wanda Hunsaker 231 Scott Hunter 231 Melissal-lurich 85, 231 Patrick Huskey 231 Hong Huynh 231, David Hyde 231 , Cheryl lske 231 Timothy Jackson 231 F Kendra Jacobson 231 Steven Jaggars 231 Rachel Jahn 231 Valeria Jahn 232, ' ' Peter Janes 232 Dennis Jarvis 232 Stacy Jenkins 43, 46, 232 Beau lDionl Jensen 232i Angela Johnson 232 Beth Johnson 232 Q Jon Johnson 232 1 Bernard Jones 2324, Latasha Jones 232 Lisa Judson 46, 232 Melanie Kakazu 232 David Kaufman 53, 232 Jenni Kempton 232 Phong Kha 232 Amenett Khorasanee 232 Kenneth Kibourne 232 Kevin Kim 73, 232 Kosai Kim 232 Kwi Kim 177, 232 Young Kim 232 Greg Kirby 45, 62, 232 Kevin Kitchin 73, 232 Kristina Kleczko Kelly Kletke Jennifer Kline 51, 232 Woodrow Knighton 232 Andrew Knopf 232 Kim Knudsen 233 Stephanie Knu-sen 233 April Kollenborn 233 Tracy Kollenborn 233 Thomas Kovac 73, 233 Keiko Koyama 233 John Krockman 45 Sang Kvvak 233 Dana LaBlanc 233 Shaundra Lamb 43, 45, 233 Lisa Lane 233 Denise Langley 233 Holly Lantry 233 Donna Lapcheske 233 Jason Lauderdale 233 Laurie Laughlin 233 Jason Lavin 73, 233 Teresa Lawrence 233 Phuong Le 233 Tam Thi Le 233 Thuy Le 233 Borami Lee 233 Carol Lee 233 Jason Lee 73, 233 Sarah Lee 233 Susan Lee 233 Kevin Leinbach 79, 233 Mark Leiter 73, 233 Carol Li 56, 233 Johnathan Lile 233 Christopher Lillja 233 Brian Lindsay 234 Jeffrey Little 77, 234 Julie Lockwood 85, 234 Bobby London 234 Antonio Lopees 234 Geovanna Lopez 234 John Lopez Daniel Lorey 234 Christian Lovejoy X Sony Ly 234 Whytney Mabery 234 Lanl- Machado 72, 73, 234 Charity Mackey 62, 234 Rob,MacKnight 234 John Macres 234 Roger Madaris 234 Rayinond Mahoney 234 Melissa Manheimer 234 Ghada Mannen 234 Y Thomas Mahzella 77, 234 - , Mike Marchain 73, 234 Leslie Martel 234 Steve Martin 234 Peter Martinez 234 Phillip Mathias 234 Dane iBarleyl Maxey 234 Lunyon Maxwell 234 Shannon Mays 234 Andrew Maysonet 234 Jonathan Mazur 234 Keith McChesney 77, 234 Michelle McNulty 44, 234 .ca . Deena McAleer 234 Q Sean McAuley 234 L' Kristin McDaniels 234 ' Joyce McLaughlin 43, 45, 51, 234 'iWendy McManus 46. 234 Rachael McNeer 234 'Karen Meier 234 Geroge Menges 10, 72, 73, 235 Angelina Mercado 234 Dolores Mercuri Fenny Meyling 235 Stacey Meza 75, 235 Christine Mezzacappa 235 Trina Miles 43, 45, 235 Jason Miley 45, 72, 73, 235 Darrell Miller 77, 235 Tanji Mincey 235 Michael Minnott 235 Kelley Mock 235 Kristin Mock 235 Christopher Mondragon 235 San Won Moon 235 Cory Moore 73, 235 Damian Moreno 73, 235 Olivia Moreno 235 Phillip Morgan 73, 235 Julie Morris 235 Craig Morrison 73, 235 Andrew Morse 77, 235 Leslie Mortel 43, 44 Natalie Morton 235 April Mottershead 235 Keith Mottram 73, 236 Jennifer Mumenthaler 82, 236 Shayne Mumford 236 Kelly Murphy 73, 236 Robert Murphy 236 Robert Myers 236 Myung Nam 236 John Nauta 236 Ted Nelson 236 Jennifer Netherwood 84, 85, 97, 236 Michelle Newbold 236 Holly Newman 56, 236 Tran Ngo 236 Chuon An Nguyen 56 Nguyen Dam 236 Kha Nguyen 236 Kim-Dung Nguyen 236 Steve Nguyen 236 Susan Nguyen 236 Tam Nguyen 236 Thao Nguyen 236 Thuy Nguyen 236 Uyen Nguyen 236 Michelle Nichols 236 Kevin Obrien Colin OConnell Hae 0h 236 Pamela Olsen 236 Ryan Oneal 45, 236 Bryan Ormsby 236 Virginia Orosco Stanley Orr Teresa Osuna 75, 236 Debbie Paddock 236 E Mario Pagoaga 236 Jennifer Palmer 236 Jay Park 55, 236 Leo Parker 236 Maurice Parker 236 Michelle Parton 236 Anthony Patrick Richard Patton Shari Patton Karen PawitschelfQ'f236 Randy Pearson Jaimie Peckham'f35Q"236 Steven Pereira Teresa Person Robin Peterson Ronda Tam Pham Perek Cynthia 75 Eric 237 Polina Mark PorteW237 Linda Pounds 43, 45, 237 Linda Powalka 237 Robert Prochnow 237 Andrew Pulaski 72, 73, 237 Sean Pulsifer 237 Lupe Quimbiurco 237 Dean Quintana 73, 237 Jose Quintanilla 237 lris Ramirez 237 Rubidia Ramirez 237 Yvonne Ramos Steven Reed Kathryn Reeves 237 Kenneth Reid 77, 238 Sheila Reid 238 Chris Reither 55, 238 Michael Reiph 238 Alfonso Reyes 238 Julie Rice 238 Corina Riess 238 James Riley 238 Rhonda Riley 62, 238 Richard Roberts 238 Lawrence Robinson 238 Dena Roche 46, 238 Cynthia Rodriguez 45, 238 Eugene Rodriguez Karen Rodriguez 238 Marisol Rodriguez 238 Mannix Rodriguez 238 Dimitri Rofoli 238 Glen Rogers 238 Michele Ropele 75, 238 Deeanna Routon 42, 45, 238 Matthew Rubin 238 Bridget Rundle 82, 83, 238 Pamela Russ Jim Russell 10, 19, 72, 73, 238 Katherine Russell 238 Miranda Saadalla 238 Julie Sackett 238 Tiffany Sackrider 238 Dionne Sanchez 42, 45, 238 Gustavo Sanchez 238 Marlene Sangalang 62, 238 Mardi Scarantino 44, 238 Richard Schafer 73, 238 Joe Schmetzer 238 Stephanie Schoenfeld 238 Yvonne Scholten 238 Jody Schoonover 238 Heidi Schrenk , Kelly Schroeder 46, 40 Mark Schroeder Tywana Seward Patricia Seymofir Sean Sheridan 5239 Wendy Sheridan 239 Tami Shira 239 Selena Silver Sharie Simmons 239 Carrie Sisel 82, 83, 239 Shannprg,Sittler 45, 239 Robgrggggyiiefud 239 DavftfgfrfiZ239 Eric 239 62, 239 239 T4 tiit , , ,, f f Cameron Sorensen 39, 239 Rachel Sorensen 239 Suzan Souki 239 Grace Spitzer 239 Kurt Stallknecht 239 Tananya Stanton 62, 239 Wanda Stapleton 46, 239 Stephanie Staton 19, 39, 51, 239 Amber Stegeman 239 Ricky Stevens 239 Kenneth Stinnett 249 240 240 Michaelf'Stfofirneier 240 Franklina StrorrgEl24O Chad Sullivan Lanette Suttles Sausan Tahtawi viyg 52 Daine Tai ez, 240 trts iii ,,,,s 1 , Maura Takenaka 240 ' '-', Q Melissa Talavera 240 Todd Tardiff 73, 240 Frank Tate 240 Joanne Taylor 240 Richard Taylor Sirkly Te 240 Ashley Teague 240 Lorne Teal 240 Tracy Teixeira 240 Ronald Thacker 73, 240 Douglas Thorpe 73, 240 Senevixa Tiaokhiao 240 Khuong Tieu 240 Carrie Tillotson 240 Russell Tolton 73, 240 Ann Ton 56, 240 Kim Tran 56 Khanh Tran Thuy ,Tran 240 ' Tuan Tran Bernard Truax 240 Hongdiem Truong 240 Robin Tupper240 Gregory Uhler 240 Robert Upchurch 73, 240 Feargus Urguhart 55, 240 Olga Valenzuela 240 Janet Vallance 75, 240 Tracey Vallevieni 46, 229, 240 Johnathan Vandal 240 Julie Vandenbrook 43, 240 Pamela Vaughn 51, 240 Gloria Velasquez 43, 45, 240 Steve Venard 240 Maria Vestil 240 Tony Vidana 240 Kevin Villar 19, 72, 73, 241 Rafael Villyard 241 Dava Voss 241 Thai Vu 241 Celeste Wade 43, 44, 241 Rebecca Wade 46, 241 Aaron Wagner John Walker 77, 241 Melissa Wall Robert Waltner 77, 241 Bryan Watson 241 Richard Waugh Mitchell Weaver 241 Rebecca Weaver 241 Suzanne Weir 241 Steven Werthmuller 241 William Weston 55, 241 Stephanie Whisler 241 Renee Whitlock 241 Michael Wiedemann 44, 241 Heather Wiest 241 Julie Wilcox 241 Jennifer Wilhelm 75, 241 Lori Wilhelm 241 Quentin Williams 73, 241 Christine Wilson 241 John Wilson 241 Timothy Winer 45, 241 Matt Winkle 241 Danielle Winn 43, 44, 241 Leonard Wong 73, 241 Jerrud Woolford 241 Brandy Worrel Megan Wright 241 Melanie Wright 241 Jennifer Yace 241 Denise Yanke 46, 241 Yvette Ybarra 241 William Yeatts 241 Alan Yeung 241 Jang Jeff Yoon 241 Andrew Young 241 Jason Young Patti Young 43, 45, 241 Corey Zahm 241 Gabriel Zamora 45, 62, 241 Steven Zeal 241 TUSTIN HIGH STAFF Bea Agsaoay 248 Marijon Ancich 20, 70, 242, 243, 248 Susan Arena 248 Keith Ashby 248 Gayle Barker 248 Deborah Barrett 255 ,ywsreve Beck 248, 259 Berry 56, 248, 250 wage Boies 59, 191, 248 Derfhis Boucher 1, 48, 52, 158 248' Ray Bruner 158 Alayne Campbell 248 Norm Campbell 248 Judy Capelety 256 Ed Carberry 248 Duane Carlsen 248 'S Lois Carr 257 f I Dan Castanon 249 H Charles Causer 249 Mary Ellen Cecala 176, 255 Maria Clavijo 257 Tom Coffey 75, 77, 249 "if Peggi Cook 249 L Lois Cooper 257 Don Crippen 249 Cheryl Denio 255 Jennifer Donato 249 Howard Dudley 249 Bill Eilerts 249 Barbara Elkins 255 James Eyre 249 Wanda Fahring 255 Rick Falk 50, 75, 77, 249 Paul Fisher 246 Carol Flanagan 255 Chris Franco 255 Margaret Gill 256 Dorothy Good 249 Kay Goodman 50, 249 Pam Gray 259 Dolly Grigaitis 250 Celeste Grubbs 256 Dorothy Hansen 255 Jeredy Hawkins 255 Ann Hench 255 Sally Henderson 255 Karen Hennessey 255 Nadene Holub 252 Tom Jessee 250 Mary Jones 250 Pete Kellner 247 Sean Kelly 75, 77 Ray Kiel 250 Fred Kiester 158 Julie Knappen 250 Gen Koerner 60, 250, 259 Steve Koser 253 Janae Krol 46, 176, 255 Kathy Kuhns 256 Brad Lantz 250 Don Larson 250 Roger Linderman 250 Natalie Lucas 250 Wendy Lukehart 158 Marilyn Lusk 250 Maureen Luttrell 257 Peggy Lynch 10, 245 Carol Ann Mann 257 Maura Mattson 250 Cindy Mazanet 257 Pat Mcttale 257 Steve Meier 73, 250 Bob Michel 250 A True Tiller Warrior Painted up in Tiller colors, Joel Warren supports the Varsity Football Team. Barbara Mifflin 256 Frances Mills 256 Doug Mirich 176, 250, 259 Mel Morgan 256 Stuart Mortenson 251 Diane Moussiaux 251 Tom Nelson 256 Ken Nowak 62 Gene O'Toole 176, 247 Michael Patton 251 Sara Perkins 256 Bruce Petersen 251 Edna Peterson 256 Boyd Philpot 251 Bob Prineaux 256 Margaret Ramondetti 251 Art Reynolds 5, 20, 257 Steve Roderick 251 Nancy Rodman 255 Marie Rodriquez 257 Phil Rolfi 54, 60, 251 Lisa Roseman 62, 65, 251 Charlie Roslund 251 Al Rosmino 73, 251, 259 Jim Ruse 247 Kay Sauers 256 Betty Schaff 250 Sharron Seidenberg 10, 97, 252 Mildred Serdahely 257 Wenonah Sheehan 257 Dan Sheehy 297, 252 Carl Sims 252 Lindlee Sims 252 Earlene Skinner 252, 259 Enola Sleeper 252 Bonnie Smith 252 Leon Smith 56 Sara Smith 252 Dorothy Sommers 255 John Sorenson 252 Esther Spence 255 Shirley Sperrazza 252 Jerry Spivey 58, 252 Betty Swisher 256 Ray Taylor 55, 253 Valerie Thurston 253 Marchia Trueblood 253 John Turner 253 Bonnie VanValkenburg 256 Bettie Vaughn 256 Anna Volta 247 Brock Wagner 5, 39, 246 Don Wagoner 253 Constance Walker 256 Ona Walls 158, 257 Al Waterman 35, 36, 37, 53 253 , Norm Weaver 257 Ralph Welsh 253 Dale White 253 Paul Whitelock 253 Dawn Wilson 53, 253 Jeff Winneke 256 George Witt 253 Donna Wright 255, 259 Tony Wyatt 73 Ruth Yeatts 255 206 Commumty Dlk'lSlOD v .45-'jlgv ii Q . -ul 'Y' kfl cg 1 . wi ' 3 , fww, 5" ' 04 '. 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Xi Kiiiiiiif if 11561555 Q, ff! ggi' NSF, FV Y: ix! 4 Heres to good friends, Tonight is kinda special. 15,7 . Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Others leave footprmts on our hearts and we never are the same. 'D 2 'neo , gsm lv I A xl 2 i Y 1 ,9 L-4.5 l I , NE If ' Yilxlr' - ,.,wf.- ' I www f.Qf1 2 'tix v 11' f :YQ -W 7' 33,-.iff P 1 O I M U1 Z' P' MICHELLE v Y WKTETEE Six AMY WE MADE IT TCDGETI-IER! '.' S . " 3 V mi -wzmbg SH JENNY A ll i I xx v 4 YCU LOVE fat w X S - , ,-" Q X-Iv ' X -. , - Y,N,,N bww f it ,NX , N .X X, X X Q X ' 1 5,9 atti in , L. NV -.WN af- , , g N -, X ,, 5 f ,gf L Q , ' ' YV, ,V Q. 'i s , ,i X i i L , 5 N "fi-Zk'J'JX ' f X: J - , i..z,?.t355x 5 Q, , . ,grfbwbg L STN fi at a L L L V x X Q - 'NRBQQTX 3 - :- N . ' X, - . 5 at N," -fff 5 , NNN, xi XX - , X E X, ,N Qi I A i 1 L :ix i X , X, ,,N' . . ' 1 if X ' XNiii1,:j,Qgg1, I X N , ,,-, 5 I Q ',",- 1 1 X--XXN X .Xxx 1. K ' , ,si ,'NN- L ff " L L tatttit 1 L 'NN ."'N - X,,, ' N ,,-,x Q - N75 x l'l'1 Congratulations baby, we knew you were a winner way back then! We Love You, Mom, Dad, Liz, 8: Katherine Advertising 27 1984 Football Awards Banquet .pat Hegarty Tom Wilker Kirby Piazza Darren Webster Mark Ziegenhagen Joe Kovac Willy Thomas John Duff gk 60 obaacg O X I f V f Coach Ancich 7 X ffii' A Shawn Pereira '84 Touchdown '85 Touchdown Club President Guest Speaker Club President Bill Rieter Gene Murphy John Ashmal , -.- 5 v 4 C in 'N .,,.!., ,Y L14 K 25, ll ,Q A xi., ,A i "Q f . gi agffgiravi-Sg 2:!,,. signers, ,fx sill EEE? L..,Q1f'i1 'ffm g g l Vzwwffrix ,ffwififi Qjwbfifilf i if S s w 'if Ki: Sita!! f rsri ls ii s .5554 fra N, ,Q 'Till lf? it ffl? Gil, 'say gu..,,....' - V V, Q, sas ,WJ , lr., Tustin Tiller parade-1974 It took a while, but we finally made it!!! ' Stubs- No matter where we are we'll always love you!!! Love- Nana, Kimmy, and Mayors Az xA xg .-gr Courteney and Lisa 1 5 X. y f- .X 1 as ,ig Just you and I forever. I love you James. it " ff g , -th , M. , jx KX 1 3 'kzf 4 1 -Q i 1 I QQ A Friends forever, through thick and thin, Glenn and Chriss. Varsity Football 84 The winning tradition has started and there is more to come in 85 Congratulations Krista We love you' RM, gd luck in the future Mom Dad Eugene 8x Brent bst friends, Stan . 5 . . . . . . 1 , . A, Yr iv-ew? i I vu "Laisse les bons temps rouler" au camp francias! Harris, I Desiree, Paula, Mike, Pam P.S.-We miss you Harris!!! eg "io -fi U.C.L.A. frats, wst wd, nights skiing, Easter week in l Springs, I.imo's and fun tmz aheadllll B-F Jamie and Kim ' O Q0 Q lime UQZ O 9' I 7 . K A 9010 nc 5 f 64 W f Iabulous years W yrs true K I : FULL QF S f x ES I C 6 wayObfggyA ILAA SU 55 5 II' Pvfwwvp DS- IQ' s C 1-azy ll.'i kr.-41" a 1 y FOR U.S.ARMY NEAREST RECRUITING STATION MORE IN THE ARMY ARMY Yes 515,200 520,100 'J 'Sf K 2.1, l 3 1-I 1-1 Q3 1: '? 1. as 5 1-I rg UD 00 a . 5 3 'U PN .2 9 Q' 3 m IN 5 Q Sn! ,- cv 1: " 5 -- U P +50 A Q e2 35 1 Q ,,, 7 oo 5 H 1-I 2 year enlistments 35 for education for 2 year enlistments 3 for education for 3 year enlistments 5 for education for 4 year enlistments 'XXX i 526.400 e X l -- ' . -- .va -i rf- i' 1 , X M-4-4"'v',,-, -.,, wh-vfuvp . J.,-rg, , ,.5,t ',w,w , 5 gil A 5' f Rgxt 1 N 'w.- : ...,.-4731? 1 X .-v .- as M, "f " af' -r .1 - " i . V K -Y c " t4.:3, . fx 1-ff gwgia -' -,ig--g:,..,,j? - -. K an an ' -' I -1 , ,' if 1 s 'xv' '- 5, " 7' 1 2 .i w ' -L. ETTUY' "fi ' f ' ' k Y .5 W QL, .. ,p!9,u,g,, New . .1 it , ,... ff- I 3 .nr A' sg M ""w 1 a M' ' 1 Q. H- .1 V-114 ,aa 1... ff ' ' : -' AQ-QA", fn 11,17 1.33-'. I l f 276 Advertising Chuck Morales serves another happy Tiller customer. I , , i I 13812 REDHILL AVE TUSTlN,CA. in Albertson s Shopping Center ui Santa Ana Fwy Open Daily 11:00 A.M.til10:OO P.M. Friday A Sal11:0O A.M. iii 11:00 P.M. Sunday 4:00 P.M.tiI1O:OO P.M. 838-6552 fx The fulillnrniu Fine jewelry ala M 0 2 1 J Q gfzrafdm I Mae 1490! Holt Avenue, Tustin, California 92680 f7l4J 544-2204 Custom Order work. Repairs and Engraving done on the premises Charge accounts available with low monthly payments. Owned and oper- ated by Tustin Resident. Tuxedo Rentals FORMAL NOTICE!! the ultimate in mens fashion formal wear - TUXEDO RENTALS - 11-6 sat., 10-4 1091 Old lrvine Blvd. Tustin Tustin- Ca Formal Wear l714l 731-5022 1075 Main Tustin 838-1 717 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS DF 85! 70.S'7llV fll6'fl 56'fl00l COMP 'I' A TI-I 500A A 9 5 Avi wwaiiif EIT IONS SPORTS FLICKS MULTI - MEDIA5 AND VIDEOS LL. EPIZ.1A N IECIZE Y OPEN AGAIN IN THE FALL OF 8 5... 101 O N. Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana, California 92705 Telephone Q71 43 973-4800 ,H f 1. The Best Tasting Pizza You Can Imagine s If Only Summers Would Last Forever . B+B+DD and RBC? Yardage Shop, Bowie and Duran rock, R-CIA, Blind 14531 Redhill Ave. Beach, Magic M wfAFS, KSF, datsun, P-SA., Friends For- 332-7711 ever!!! DONUT KING ff Ax BAKERY ss - 1 N Majorette camp was great. H Friends always, Gina 8z Kerry 773 I' -5,5 , 4? . I I I QU' lgfnii PHONE 731 2626 l il 'I FV I if , j " I I 0 l ,. X I -,,fB',.hA -5 X A X . Country Florist F - 4 0 - 4- as 5 'I 'Y 8 Guts 14182 Newport Ave. - ,pxia X' '- M Iosi MAIN STREET Tustin Ca 92680 ' -.X , TUSTIN. CALIFORNIA szeeo 731-9691 ' R H All students 10170 Off sm.-1p.,.AI.Y..II,.I.. ' Open 4 atm. 434ElCamlno neaI,TusIIn 92680 54 Glenda Day cf: Gail Bower Party Orders 278 Advertising Mona I Sunny Smith 4 Surf and Sunwear E1 Camino Plaza Taft and N. Tustin ti Tustin Orange 1 838-4410 998-5522 1 i 1 I .0 An awe time in DXDT CIHSS of '86 3 . . 1 friends forever k1CkS Luv alwayz Mare' fn i I 1 i ESETTING 8: GRAPHICS TUSTIN, CA 92680 17145 730-0990' ...I-11.1- Quality You Cant Help But Notice Riteway Cleaners and Laundry Service 195 EL CAMINO REAL TUSTIN, CALIFORNIA 92680 ED BRAZE 47141 544-4343 Peugeot Nishiki Centurion Diamond Back BMX G. T. BMX Sales and Service lst BICYCLE MART , 13824 Red H111 Ave. .V ' Tustin, ca. 92680 NVQ C7145 544-2292 s" 310.00 discount per bike with Tustin High I.D. Teen Advertising 27 Lf, I 'I 5 . J lr. R .fs ' if ta, -.. -f. ,, 3 fry' ' " . 4, 13.--.,-viii?" 1' ' ' e f ' , 1 as. A! 7 fe T P--9 itilifim., ' ' .Y ge Welre close friends That've been through a lot There's a special bond That can never be bought. There're many times That together, we've shared lt helped to know during hard times fi Everyone really cared. There's a bond That'll never be broken An unfelt touch And words left unspoken, We've schemed, partied And just had fun And to that, we've proven Anything can be done! The friendship shall forever go on Because all of us hold That very special bond. Chriss, Jennifer, Tiffany, Lara, Jill, Colleen, Nicole, Dawn, Val, Marion, 8: Jenny. AKA: Kidd, Brute, Tzer, Vog, Figgy, Sweet Pea, Bart, Giggles, Angus, Mermaid, 8: Blondie. Buddies Forever n Ever 100070 Friends The Gang E we fe Vw gm ff ,If if Uuifin, Stations u 838-0411 528 East First Street aaa-aoao Tustin, CA 92630 NAT TAYLOR 81 SONS PLUMBING INC. Plumbing Contractors 8402 KATELLA ' STANTON. CALIFORNIA 90680 CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE THOMAS M, TAYLOR RESIDENT C7141 B28-0550 best wishes honlyour ii: iajw HQNDZ Jerry's Gun Sales 8 Repair MS G P-5 , 100 N.T11fn Ave. SPORTING GOODS SALES SERVICE 81 INSTRUCTION 7714, 558-9393 17292 McFadden Tustin, CA. 92680 Phone 17142 731-1373 DIAMONDS 'WATCHES' CUSTOM DESIGNING az'Wawz I ,j ' 3 Bert Patterson Rcgixlered jzwel: r 17142 544-4124 360 EASY HRST STREEI TUSTMCAUE The hottest motorcycle on wheels. Advertising 22 I -.Q ,,-,, in .Qizgggugf i " ' 'f Q 1. iv. Y A " M l '3,f',.'L X? , 5 ,f J -' ' 9 4' . , 2 , , f" . - . ' ' 'A 4' +0 ' x ' 4' 4 40 55.4 F ,X 22' f 49 df ,a ff y f 49 ' . M f' 4999 X 4 4 4 4 9 499999 W n 4 4 4 4 M999' 99' MEL 4 ? Q ' N '1,' 3 W mm, ,,V, M44 ' X' SWK f'u z' 5' YI ' l Y 4" 4 E - L9 0 ' RGSSWY' 4 . 9. . wwf Wm YKXQWQY if 4 9 iw Q Eord Cavxboowner Dawn weaw. V , :il Q' x9 ' 9 S X,97ff?Z3i S5 Uatsxm BN, . , 9 4:rLi,IIL1.Q N7 r'Xdw.'pr 5 . -x- il 111.4 'Y ,X Q Paid advertiser-men t b5"R5fR Racin .. Q Inc 4 w 4 r T' ASA?-'Ds SUMEUAY YUUB PRINCE WTLL EUME THE DAY EIUQ EI' 16 ITCTSTTT 7 YUU RE TEN PUUNUS UVERWEIGHT ANU HAVENT TAHO H T SANTA E MONICA X 1' 'ies I ifaffg if aw' Mba Q 49 sv' imc U ITH after gomg through the poiniiixD TT I H T Nor me SAME PLACE WS TON ET Em' 1553 LQNTG-DISTEA CE NOTTYE SAME THWG M ff GUELD .. ,ngu-.-rf --...,..,, 'wr-Pun.. W.. v.... 4.-,-if-r-1-, ... .... ,, he . ., .., ,. ,, .. dbg. , V a YQ 'E A WSQEQT I Dearest Cheryl, With affection, a lot of p cl t p d t d a fe t t h ci grow from a treasured gift t b t f 1 p p e of adulth d S hal yours! Love You always' Mom, Dad, and Racquelle Mx.. J 2 'Wm S4 Closmg gr Rui ,f .f ,, 'vs' , 1,5 4 1 '. -5.-Y f A ' 1 f , 5, ' f- 5, L ,QE ik , - "-if 4, 4-. fa' ff, g New Directions Found And Followed This year has brought us out of the old directions and into the newer and more exciting directions. Finding time alone, such as Katy Farney Ctop rightly reflecting on important thingsg finding time to share with friends such as Dana Perkins and Tina Alvarado Cbottom leftlg building school spirit, as the pep squad doesg or just goofing around as Joe Kovac Ctop leftl exhibitsg all contribute to the fun and importance found in New Directions for students at Tustin High. Through the years, we New Directions found and followed at will remember the Tustin High School. 3, .Tir T TFX4 -N. -f 'V 4 ., . . V N A ,L 1 , yy 3 , WW Closing 285 'fwp ' D f iii ,ff ,ffm -fp' .4"" This ls lt! New directions have taken us to new heights this We have moved steadily upward and onward to our selves. There have been changes that have taken daily. These new directions are what has made us we are today. This is not the end, however. The directions keep moving towards us. We will be them until the end of our lives. .JW is the sand? Johnny dresses up for beach Busters! Mike Pred- ney shows his "knight bust- er's" shield. Closing 287 r 1 .., . ff- ., " .,r" L Memories With You Leave A Smile On My X -, zlifg, - ,,fFace And A Tear Un My Cheek Q. P DIDI my best friend always, l.L.U.! Buff B.F.F., Beach House '84! Nay Nay 1st loves die hard huh?! Denise looking back, how did we survive!?! Kel thanks, l luv ya! K.C. 753 why? W.g.2.g.M. someday? Sammy Lee Thank U, Thank U, Thank U. Julie Salt Utah, M 8a M, and lil' burrito talks! Brock, Momma Hen, Peg8r Ed , V' Thanks, I'll miss you. My big bro's Luv Ya! Momma l love you-but stop asking me so many ?'s. Dad Yes-l do appreciate you, Thanks. V , L. A.-aff--" 1 ? . W . ,WFT Mm v w ' ,, ' ' 'H ,'1::'x.,-:.. f .pf W Y, ' ' flj in f' : 3Lk.f'rg-. Y Ei-1 1 gi L ' ' 1 'V I Y.-h?5:um:f, . 4 , W if FV K Y ,M . ,, 1 4 , N 11, , ,W ,:9,,g,-3g,v - 1.0, Kr xv-', 4:5 ix X Wil mf .Qi , 4- .M U E112 ru- Q 1. M,-, ,wig 4.555 , Civ 1W"Y ' 11 1.1 -:Q--LV LES? - YW1.. Ji . 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