Valencia High School - Tesoros Yearbook (Placentia, CA)
- Class of 1984
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THEN AND NOW!
The history of our school began with the
development. of our city, Placentia. Placentia
began 118 years ago with one family and 3900
acres of land bought by Daniel Kraemer. As the
years went by, the value of the land increased as a
result of the highly developed citrus and other
crops. Hundreds of people started moving in and
Placentia began to grow. The name "Placent:
was suggested by Sarah .lane McFadden and 1
then voted on by the people. Many of the peo
were against the name Placentia and the results
the vote were 18 to 7 against "Placentia." But
other name won acceptance and so the na
"Placentia" was kept, meaning a "pleasant plact
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the school that we all love'
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1984 CLASS RIN?
I VALE 0114.4 HI TORY
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For anyone who has spent time looking into the
history of this fine school, it becomes apparent that
this school is rich with stories. These stories are of
the people and of the changes that have occurred as
time has passed. Through three major wars has this
institution stood: World War II, the Korean War
and the Vietnam War. Valencia High has lost
several alumni to these wars so that we may con
tinue to have the freedom to gain an educatior
here. Our school is a chronicle of scholars, chaml
pions, leaders and traditions. From these halls have
emerged some outstanding students who have mov-
ed on to accomplish a variety of successful
endeavors in society. Moreover, our athletic fields
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ve developed outstanding athletes, some of whom
ve made the major leagues in baseball. It has
en through the efforts of these students that a
eat many fine traditions have developed at Valen-
ia. Our annual Heritage Day Assembly is an effort
9 have students learn of the people who have made
p the history of this school. It is there that the
past, for a moment, becomes a part of every Valen-
cia student and they realize that they are not at any
ordinary high school. They realize that character,
poise, knowledge, and wisdom will be the first of
their experiences in these hallowed halls. It is
necessary, then, to make them realize that they,
too, will be viewed one day with some awe and
reflection. Therefore, it is for your ac-
complishments, the alumni of Valencia High, that
this book is dedicated. For bringing honor to this
school as citizens and leaders in this country, we
honor you with this book. Let us look at our
school's history and the people who have made it
great. Through the years, we have produced . . .
INSPIRA TI O AL
The student leadership of a high school has changed a great deal
through the years. As a small school, the governing body was equally
small. Participation in leadership roles grew as the schools grew. ln
1935, the Legislative Council consisted of six peopleg Franll Jones,
Student Body President, Donald Edwardson, Vice-President,
Dorothy Tayles, Secretary, Delbert jones, Treasurer, Victoria Allec,
and Frank Hargove were Sports Activities representatives, finally,
Gertrude Nelson, Student Body Assemblies coordinator. That year
each class had a variety of class officers. The Senior class had a spon-
sor, a president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary and social chair-
man! In addition, the year 1935 saw curly three cheerleaders one of
which was a male. In 1949, the student council had grown to twelve
people. That year the legislative body organiwd a school carnival.
Also, at that time, the council acted as a student court in order to
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care of the small offenses made by students. lt was considered to
uccessful for student offenses decreased considerably as the
l year drew to an end. The school continued to have five class
ers and an advisor. That year, the song and yell leaders had
vn to five. Then in 1969, the Student Council was composed of
:teen associated student body representatives. The council's more
nrtant responsibilities included the organization of the student
body card sales, Homecoming activities, canned food drive, and the
candy sale. By that year the school had grown enough to warrant a
Student Senate. The Student Senate consisted of one person from
every first period class as well as club presidents or their represen-
tatives. The cheerleading group had grown to twenty-four girls.
Finally, the 1983 Student Council consisted of nineteen members
who worked hard to organiu, plan and execute all of the activities
that tools place at Valencia. The work involved in the planning of ac-
tivities was tremendous. Yet, these dedicated students put together
one of the finest shows ever given by a Student Council. The
cheerleading squad had a full twenty-four members. These student
leaders through the years were responsible for . . .
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Over many years Valencia has had many dif-
ferent activities. These activities in a way
represented the times. In 1938 the girls, league
sponsored a May Day Breakfast to acquaint the in-
coming freshmen girls with high school activities.
In 194-0 the Jr. Sr. Banquet was held at the
Anaheim Elks Club. The theme that year was
'LGone With the Windu with a five piece orchestra
for dancing enjoyment. In 1958 the girls' league
sponsored a fashion show. It happened to be one 01
the top events of the year with a record number oi
people attending. The climax was a mock wedding
The theme was 'sRound the Clock with Fashions."
Also in this year the Jr.'s invited the Sophfs to z
The fashion show was common in the 50's.
The May day breakfast originated in the 30's.
The senior play was extremely popular for many years at Valencia.
have always been a part of activities.
nce. The theme was calypso and the decorations
ere outstanding. When they served the punch in a
rved out watermelon there were many aahs to be
ard. In 1963 the Jr., Sr. plays were held. The Sr.
ay was titled "I Remember Mama." An excellent
rn-out helped make the Sr. play a prosperous
ent. The Jr. play was called "The Night of
January 16th." This play held a new twist to class
plays. A jury was selected from the audience to
decide the guilt or innocence of the defendant. In
1976 donkey basketball brought out a crowd of
students and teachers to watch others make
udonkeysv of themselves. In 1982 the Powder
Puff football game attracted a good crowd. The
seniors dominated the game with three touch downs
and two interceptions. The final score was 20-0,
seniors. From 1938 to 1958 to 1982, the ac-
tivities of VHS have changed a lot. Through the
years, our school has . . .
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GRADUATED MA Y
UCCESSF UL SENIOR
Thoughout the years, a number of interesting senior traditions
have evolved. One tradition we no longer have is the Senior Class
Play. The first one was put on by Valencia's first and only graduating
senior in 1934, Roy Tilery. He put on the whole play by himself.
The last one held was in 1966. Another tradition is the painting of
the water tower which is on Chapman Avenue. The tradition was the
Senior Class would paint their graduation year on the top of the
tower. This tradition was discontinued, however, in 1969, when the
police said that the next one to paint the tower would he charged
with the crime. After the tower came the tradition of decorating the
senior quad. At first, the Senior class would just decorate it with sim-
ple things like toilet paper and streamers Then gradually the tradi-
tion grew into the stealing of items to decorate the quad. .lust last
year, some of Valencia's graduating seniors were arrested for perfor-
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Stanley Van De Putte
Class of ,4-0
Class of '5 5
ig some uf these mischievous maneuvers. Other traditions that
'e been carried on throughout the years are Senior Activity Day
l the Senior class gift. Senior Activity Day used to be held strictly
campus. Seniors were allowed to sltip their classes for the day and
'ticipate in various activities, such as seeing the movie "The Time
chine," in the auditorium in 1966. Today Senior Activity Day is
d off-campus and incorporated with Senior Ditch Day, which has
has been in existence since the beginning of the school. For the past
several years the Senior classes of Valencia have been going to Six
Flags Magic Mountain on their Senior Activity Day. The Senior class
gift is also a Senior tradition that has been carried on for a long time,
Gifts that we have from past classes include the logo in the new gym,
the show-case in the office and the gym lobby, the clocks in the
auditorium, the stadium flags. and the speaker systems. The senior
quad was built by funds from several senior classes and there was
even a senior class that purchased all the plaques in the senior quad
dating back to 1933. Our traditions have also carried on to being
winners . . .
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PEC T A C ULAR
Throughout our School's history, we have been blessed with
outstanding athletes. Our female athletes in recent years have been
outstanding. This is only s small sample of the many we had.
Debbie Flett was named All CIF in basketball lst team, and MVP
in Orange League. She is now attending Fullerton JC and playing on
the girls' team there.
Mary Ricks was an outstanding player not only in basketball, but
softball as well. She received MVP for both sports and is currently
playing softball for UCLA. Maureen Rickerl received player of tl
year in '78 for softball in C1F.
Also, Suzy Hensel proved to be one of the greatest runners
Valencia High School's history. She went to state 2 years and w
Sth in state her Senior year. She was also league champion for the
years. She was voted MVP in Cross Country in 81-82 and was MV
in track and field both in 80-81 and in 82-83.
Barbara Rohman was also excellent in track. ln CIF 82-83 sl
Class of '3 5
Chuck Hargrove -
Class of '3 6
Class of '6 7
Ron Mooers Joseph Gomez
Class of '71 Class of '7 3
laced 2nd and hrought a CIF championship in track and field home
Valencia High School.
On the male side of our school's best athletics, we have had a great
any. An outstanding baseball player was Chuck Hargrove. He was
n all CIF baseball player and was also a member of the athlete hall
ffame at Valencia in 1935.
Frank Hargrove a Valencia graduate in 1936. He has a record for
e moat homeruns in the Texas League. He played for the Baltimore
Orioles. He also played for the all Navy team during WWII.
Joey Gomes was the team captain for the Cross Country team. He
won a CIF championship. He could make it to the Olympics. Joey
was league champ for two years in crosbcountry. He was a four year
lettemnn here at Valencia. In all four years he had one loss in the
C.l,F. finals. He is a Valencia graduate from 1978.
Another outstanding athlete was Ron Mooers. He set the pole
vault record at Valencia with a 15'2" effort, He eventually com-
peted in a national meet. He went on to UCLA where he nearly
vaulted l8'. Finally. we had a great basketball player in Gene
Bodini, Gene was chosen to the All-Orange league first team. He was
chosen Orange league player of the year, became an All-Orange
County Forward, and placed high on the CIF selections that year.
He was considered to be the moat skilled basketball player ever to
walk the Valencia campus. Aside from great sports heroes Valencia
has . . .
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COMPO ED CLUB
A D ORGANIZA TI ONS
Ever since its beginning in 1933, Valencia has seen many
changes. Changes have occurred in its general landscape, buildings,
activities, courses and the people who now attend Valencia as com-
pared to the years past. One of these changes has been among the
clubs and organizations of the school. Other than the traditional
clubs which have been a part of Valencia since its beginning, there
also have been certain clubs and organimtions throughout the years
that lasted for a period of time but with lots of popularity among the
Clubs were considered an importalnt part of the activities. Almost
every student was involved in one club or another. One of the most
popular clubs was the "Girl Reserve." Membership would be by
pledging to "live in accordance with the Girl Reserves purpose and
thereby develop a healthy body, keen mind and Christ-like spirit".
Dinner meetings would be held regularly every other Monday at the
home of various girls. After singing girl Reserve songs, the girls
would take part in devotions. and interesting discussions would be
held on such subjects as charm, pel'S0mlli'Y, CIIBYBCIBI. svhoo
blems, and etiquette. Service activities would vary. Girls woulr
Christmas programs, consisting of songs, poems, and monola
They would also dress large dolls for hospital children.
Organizations ranged from Girls' league, Girls' Reserve, an!
Girls' Glee Club for the girls to Hi-y, Sea Scouts, Future Far
and Boys' Glee Club for the guys. During the 1940's Hi-y hat
popularity among the guys. This club would meet on the first an
third Monday of each month for a supper and for a program ar
ed by a committee. The purpose of the Hi-Y was "To create, 1
tain, and extend throughout the school and community the
standards of Christian character." The Slogan was "Clean sp:
clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean life." All members o
Hi-Y did their best to uphold this slogan.
School clubs were a controlling factor on campus. They gene
had a large membership, and clubs such as Girls' League automa
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ad every girl in school as a member. Other clubs present which
do not see now. were Sea Scouts, Boys' League, and Y-Teens,
ch functioned in organizing skate parties, canned food drives,
dances. The students who put out the school newspaper, which
only published bi-monthly, belonged to a club called Tiger Tales.
ea Scouts was another one of the most popular organizations
ng the students of Valencia High School. These boys would have
y cruises to Catalina and trips to the navy bases and many
ers. They would have many service projects: taking the basketball
m to Catalina putting in the first Christmas trees for Placentia's
park as well as sponsoring the Boy Scout Breakfast to earn
ney for the club and Sea Scouts.
n 1954, the Sea Scouts had the official flag ship for the third Na-
nal Scout Jamboree. They also won the highest possible award, the
tional Flagship, and placed second in the Regional Rendezvous at
Some unusual and different clubs and activities that we don't have
campus now were Associated Boys' Students, Girls' League. and
American Field Service, which sponsored foreign exchange students
from Brazil. Norway, and Turkey throughout the years. Also. there
was the Future Nurses and Future Teacher Clubs.
Future Teachers of America was an organiution which concerned
itself with the students of Valencia who wished to become teachers
or learn more about the profession. Members of this club worked as
teachers' aids at Kraemer and Ruby Drive School. They also worked
with Kindergarten students in the field art. The club went on many
field trips during the years but one of the most memorable is said to
be their trip to Fairview State Hospital in Santa Ana.
As Valencia approached the late 70's many clubs and activities
took on new looks. Clubs such as Disco Dance Club, Sailing Club.
Chicano Student Union, and the Entertainment Unlimited came into
being. They broadened outlooks of students and served to prove that,
indeed the 70's did bring a new kind of freedom that allowed
students to experience just about anything.
Disco Dance Club was formed with the objective of promoting
more dances and assisting students in dancing techniques. They plan-
ned many activities such as sponsoring a dance that was unique in
that a twenty-four hour dance marathon was the main highlight.
Furthermore, to continue developing school events became an ad-
ditional goal ofthe club. The students in the club saw "dancing as a
skill which can be continually improved". They strive to develop
their style and techniques by dedication and practice.
New Clubs and organizations are always being formed and student
involvement is expected to grow with every activity offered. Club
membership is growing everyday. Ski Club, for example, is one of the
most popular clubs among the students these days.
Members of the ski club take trips far and near. The club has guest
speakers who speak about future trips, equipment, and other ways to
save money for the sport. Some of the past experiences are trips to
Salt Lake City, Utah during the Christmas vacation, a trip to
Ourgatory, Colorado, and weekend trips.
With the past decades of pride. tradition, and experiences behind,
Valencia now looks forward to an even better future as . . .
The Future Teachers Club was popular in the 60's.
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VALE CIA WELCOME
BACK THEIR HKOTTER "
Being an underclassman means that you are always second to so-
meone before you hecome a senior. Yet, before becoming a senior,
one must do the following: When therfreshmen walk on to the Valen-
cia campus, they have a lost look in their eyes. Looking down at their
feet, they stumble into everybody and cautiously ask where they
belong, They wander with no direction and minutes seem like hours
as time passes. As they arrive in their first period, math class, the
thought runs through their mind that it's not going to be that bad.
Being misled by the calmness of the senior quad they wonder into its
threshold being prepared to conquer the world. Suddenly,
freshman feels a cold uneasy sensation take over their body w
surrounded by a herd of senior varsity football players, Instantly
freshman knows he has made a major blunder as he finds him
sprawling head first to the nearest trash can. Bogged down w
homework from required classes such as world history, English,
P.E. they go home wishing that they never graduated from jul
Feeling a bit more confident but still aware of the fact they
Donna Uonesj Bellfi
Class of '5 4
Mary fMartinezj Perez
Class of '6 1
Marla fYbarraj Ethmgton
Class of '64
Clara Rodriguez John Cyrus
Class of '64 Class of '68
onsidered "underclassmen" they easily find their first period clsss,
river's education. Looking forward to the day they can drive to
hool instead of bumming a ride off of mom. When realizing they
ave to get up at 5:30 to barely make it tothe 6:00 driver's training
sion. Driving hack into school-with an enormous sign on top of the
ar stating STUDENT DRIVER you slouch in your seat hoping not to
spotted by a friend. When suddenly car horns blare ss they find
nd do their best to emharass you. Hustling to class, biology the
phomore class president asks you if you would sell candy bars for
the sophomore class, thoughts of "just what I need", but graciously
accept saying I'd be glad to. As he fills your already overstuffed
backpack with boxes upon boxes of candy bars thoughts of "someday
l'm gonna get you".
Anxious to get to school on the first day of school juniors rush to
the junior quad making sure they get a spot st the table and the
sophomores stay on their end of the quad thoughts of "this is my
year" rush through their head. Every once in awhile they help n lost
freshmen to his class but most ofthe time they just watch them walk
hy. The first bell rings and they casually walk to their first period
class with a handful of M8tM's to sell for the juniorfsenior prom, As
they daydream in their U.S. History class, the only thing that they
can concentrate on is that at this time next year they will be "big
Our experiences here have been great because someone . . .
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Christina fMcBridej Norman Peter Lama
Class of '81 Class of 31
F OST ERED FAN TA TIC
ADMINISTRA TI O
Throughout the 50 years of Valt-ncia's existence, this school has
been blessed with many fine and dedicated teachers and ad-
ministrators. Among these dedicated people were individuals whom
sought to provide the youth of Valencia with an experience that
would allow them to venture into adulthood feeling a sense of self-
worth. some of the outstanding people who were here at Valencia
are as follows: first, Florence Arnold taught music in the early -I-034.
Her fame came later in life when she became a famous geometric
forms painter. a method called hard-edged. She has had showings in
Paris, London, and Milan. Next, we had a gentleman of the name
Hal Polley. Mr. Pulley spent thirty-two years at Valencia, beginning
in 1938. He was a highly dedicated coach and teacher. He coached
Valencia'a first league winner, the 1942 varsity baseball team. He
was a vocational education teacher as well and leader of a campul
organization called the Sea Scouts. At one time. the shop departmen
built a boat called the Valencian which was used on field trips frorr
time to time. He was also responsible for starting the golf team. Hr
spent a total of 39 years in Placentia District. yet he will be
remembered for his long devotion to this school.
Then there was Mr. Dave Pickney, He was considered hy many tc
be one of the finest teachers at Valencia. He was friendly, warm
helpful. and a friend to ll who worked with him.
Bob Hamblin, a basketball coach for ovcr 20 years. led Valencit
basketball team into CIF action for the first time in its history. In
1968 the Tesoros stall' dedicated the annual to Mr. Hamblin. They
said "because he has given Tiger leadership and guidance - becaus4
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e has shown patience and understanding f because he teaches that
'contribution above and beyond personal gain' is the most satisfy-
ng in life." This is how Mr. Hamblin came across to students f a
riend, teacher, and coach.
In I969, the Tesoros dedicated the yearbook to Dr. Dave Tansey.
e was "our devoted principal who served Valencia wholly and
nselfishly through the years. He was an adaptable and able person,
reatly admired by all."
For nearly 30 years, .lohn Tynes devoted his life to working with
Valencia students as well as in the Placentia Unified School District.
Mr. Tynes was an outstanding track coach, leading many teams to
championship trophies. He also coached football. For his coaching
successes he was inducted in the coaches' hall of fame of Orange
County. After working as the Valencia Athletic director, Mr. Tynes
eventually became the Superintendent of Placentia Unified School
District where hefserved for several years.
At one point in our school's history, Valencirwas having more
than its fair share of student problems. Then Mr. Robert Jones mov-
ed into the principal's chair. Mr. Jones sought to develop a highly
positive image of Valencia High School to the community. With an
outstanding staff that he surrounded himself with, Valencia evoked
into the school it is today - the best all-around high school in
One teacher, Mr. Mike Cummins. came to Valencia in 1965. He is
typical of several outstanding teachers still here at Valencia who
hatle dedicated themselves to the youth of this school. For 18 years
Mr. Cummins has kept Valencia on l0p of the running world in
Orange County. Through his work he has developed a great many
track stars who have gone on to achieve a good many successes after
their Valencia track years. While here, Valencia trackman have set
outstanding records. For example, the overall cross country records
are 145 victories and 29 losses with 10 CIF appearances and CIF ZA
championship in 1977. Mr. Cummin's achievements are symbolic of
many other outstanding achievements of Valencia faculty perform-
irtg every day like Gary Jones, Marv Briggs. and Carol Zukowski to
name only a few!
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VUDEN T LEADERS
24 STUDENT LEADERS
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A.S.B. SETS STAGE FOR
50th YEAR CELEBRATION
To start the year off in a good way, student coun-
cil had a Freshman Orientation on September 9th.
It was to inform them about Valencia High School.
At the end of September, the Council Club Rush
that ran from September 19th to 23rd. It was plan-
ned to get all students to sign up for their favorite
In the month of Octobelr, the V.H.S. Council
planned many dances so that the student body
could get to know each other. The first dance was
held on October 7th, It was the All-School Dance,
in which all students could attend. The second one
was held on October 12th only a week later, which
was the Back-to-School Dance. Earlier that month
the V.H.S. Student Council put together a College
Night for the seniors. It's main purpose was to in-
form and help seniors decide on what colleges they
would like to attend.
November was the month to celebrate our 50th
anniversary. It brought days of homecoming week
which lasted from October 31st to November 6th.
The V.H.S. council put on a homecoming dance
V.-Pres: Shawn Oudt
Sec.: Sandy Barlow Treas.: Dave Garcia
Act. Comm.: Ricky Gaez
Pub. Comm.: Laurie Hayden
I-C-C PICS-I Geltlrell .lllllildi C.A.S.C. Rep.: Valerie Olsen
Band Rep.: Debbie Rodriquez
Girls' Ath. Rep.: Tammy McCormick
Boys' Ath. Rep.: Ed Hernandez Pep. Comm.: Libby Smith Elect. Comm.: Eric Gustafson
h the theme of g'Golden Memories." Also, we
d a great half-time show., a fashion show, and a
de presentation of the history of Valencia High
December brought a canned food drive, a tradi-
vn at Valencia. It was an effort to help the needy
the town of Placentia. Aside from the Christmas
oling, the Student Council held the third all
hool dance on December 16th.
January had the Winter Formal. It was held on
uary 14 with formal attire at the Grand Hotel.
Senior Pres.: Colleen Rashford
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Senate Pres.: Loni Watson
The theme was "Winter Wonderland."
February brought the blood drive on the 28th.
The council arranged for staff and students to give
blood to the Red Cross.
April brought Sadie-Hawkins, the dance the
Pepsters put on and go all-out for - and this year
was no exception! We square danced, hooted,
hollered. and danced to rock music. April also
brought the much publicized powder puff game.
The Junior and Senior girls fought to the bitter end
for this coveted title.
May was the month of the many Prom. Prom was
held at the Huntington Harbor Bay and Racquet
Ball Club on May 18th. The theme was 'gRendez-
vous by the Bayf, '
June was happy and sad. Happy for the council
members graduating and sad for those of us who use
left behind. Fortunately, we were left with
memories too golden to forget.
Jr. Pres.: Jill Martinez Soph. Pres.: Justin Adams Frosh Pres.: Brandt Yates
Foreign Exchange Students: Hru Wai Kong, Minna Fred, Gisela Paulsen and Magnus Sjostrand
Spec. Advisor: Kurtis Sharp
Council Perwni Jamie Lfcfand Council Person: Tae-Jin Yim Spec. Advisor: Terri Hansen
STUDENT LEADERS 27
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Julie Shumway Julie Kim Gina Engler
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Libby Smith Michelle Navarrette Kim Mathews Paula Tetreault
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VARSITY CHEER: KL to RJ: Liz Bridge, Dawn Lucas, Paula Tetreault, Libby Smith, Kim Mathews, Marlene Ramirez, Gina Brochtrup, Pam Smith, and Michelle Navarrette
30 STUDENT LEADERS
Marlene Ramirez Gina Brochtrup Barbara Young
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEER: QL to RJ
Lila Naffa, Karen Cray, Liz Donovan, Beth Savoska, Carol Callahan, Leslie Schrepferman, Marlene Ceclillo, and Kim Stephens
Karen Cray Liz Donovan Beth Savoska
Leslie Schrepferman Marlene Cedillo Kim Sifiphens
STUDENT LEADERS 31
Left to Right, Bottom Row l: M. Landa, N. Young. J. Krotzer, K. Steagall, M. Birchard, E. Chadwick, A. Taan, C. Brochtrup, J. Wilson, K. Wilt, C. Sparks. Row 2: P. Shader, J. Rosner, S. Corona, M. Tapper, T.
Firmes, J. Scialdone, H. Dunne, D. DuTill, G. Fiscus, M. Amorosa, C. Bocherding, D. Sanchez. Row 3: J. Thayer, S. Mooney, T. Feltur, K. Huvkaha, C. Lundgren, C. Velasques, K. Murphy, S. Vindinoff, M.
Gardea, M. Mitchell, D. Naffa. Row 4: R. Trigsted, K. Boehler, C. Georges, T. Steuer, N. Nay, I. Gaez, S. Engler, M. Reynolds, K. Stewart. J. Gibson. C. Medina, A. Medina, S. Normandeau, D. Lucas. Row 5: S.
Larson, S. Laughlin, K. Hanson, S. Storey, A. Moore, N. Smith, J. Nieuwlandt, S. Street, C. Scarpine, L. Ojeda, S. Mishler. B. Summers, G. Camarena, M. Smith, T. DeLosReyes, E. Castillo. Row 6: J. Benet, L.
Gomez, S. Takahashi, D. Zimmerman, S. Roller, C. Snider, K. Tsujioka, M. Carmona, C. Duran, S. Mathis, M. Gallup, J. Perez, V. Ayala, J. Charon.
MRS. CHERRIE ROBINSON, PEPSTER ADVISOR MRS. GINNY LUCAS, PEP CLUB ADVISOR
32 STUDENT LEADERS
:ft to Right, Row 1: D. Gilbert, K. Michaelson, C. Miller, C. Eakin, K. Swatton, J. Coburn, L. Kuehl, S. Bartley, T. Michaelson, H. Hoekstra, J. Gilbert, C. Montaya.
nw 2: L. Green, C. Osdorn, J. Quinones, L. Wells, A. Rustung, L. Valenzuela, C. Shirley, S. Osborn, E. Schmitt, S. Kim, J. Seymour. Row 3: S. Znaidak, C. Curiel, D.
igenstein, J. Gilvin, A. Schoenbaum, J. Schulte, D. Long, L. Earhart, C. Curiel.
ft to Right, Row 1: B. Ledferd, C. Enoch, J. Pfennings, B. Wilson, C. Penfield, K. Coburn, W. Aguas, T. Louie, C. Maerlzweiler, S. Broberg. K. Thomsen, K, Heiden,
Bordwell, D. Yates, N. Gallant, C. Moreno, R. Salazar, T. Armes, J. Hammond. Row 2: J. Lillibridge, L. Gill, M. Hammond, D, Wesenburg, E. Aguas, J. Bordwell, D.
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Valencia High School kicks off each
school year with the annual Heritage
Day Assembly. This features a look into
Valencia History with the purpose of ex-
plaining the traditions of our school.
This year we were reminded of the many
scholars, leaders, and champions our
school has had. This year featured a
HERITAGE DA Y:
RECALLING THE PAST
phone call to Brea-Olinda High Sch
f the entire student body yelled MW '
from Valencia, couldnit be prouderlw
the principal of Brea listened moment
ly. Also, the ASB put on a great
featuring many of our teachers in a hrie
The Songleaders led the spirit.
Mr. Rodriguez, Mr. Bell, and Mr. Seeley, Mr, Corzort challeng B a
Each year the city of Placentia pro-
motes the wide recognition of its
heritage. The yearis theme "Golden
HERITAGE DA Y
PARADE.- Vears of Education". gave special atten-
tlon to the 50th anniversary of Valencia Pl I t.
A High School. In fact, this year's parade Men la'
was a trihute to Valencia High School
and the 100 years of education in
Placentia. This parade has the purpose of
bringing the community together to pro-
mote togetherness among the people of
Our award winning hand was there,
Drum lVl:.ljor:S4'ottBartl1-y Spirit and pride were evident.
The Valencia float "Colden Memories" was outstanding!
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Homecoming week 1983 was one to
remember for everyone at V.H.S. Each
day was devoted to a purpose: On Mon-
day, October 31, everyone dressed in
their Motherw self f it was Halloween!
A costume contest was held: Elvira won!
On Tuesday, November 1, students dres
ed in the style of the l950's. Letterma
sweaters, rolled blue jeans, oxford shoe:
and penny loafers were eviden
everywhere. Wednesday, November 2
was 1960's day. Students let their hai
own. wore "far out" clothes. and ate
'far out" food. Thursday was "Mod"
ay ff- everyone dressed in the fashions
f the times. Some wore punk, others
rep, displaying a few of the current
modes of dress. Friday, November 4, was
"Blue and Gold" day, so naturally,
everyone dressed in Blue and Gold. Fri-
day also meant that the traditional
homecoming parade through the streets
of Placentia was held. The entire student
body filtered into Bradford Stadium to
watch the skydiver deliver the name of
the king of homecoming. The crowd
went wild as Merrill Moltz was named
Homecoming King. Soon the floats rode
hy and everyone had fun.
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MOST CREATIVE: AGRICULTURE MOST SPIRIT: FRESHMAN
WHAPPY 50th ANNIVERSARY" H50 YEARS OF MEMORIES"
BECKY CRO WNED
Valencia's 5Uth anniversary homecoming
was done in grand style. The theme HGolden
Memoriesw was the perfect touch since this
night would he a golden memory for all who
shared in it. Before the game, Valencia's
floats rode hy the grandstands as a very large
crowd cheered. At halftime each princess was
escorted to a platform in front of the grand-
stands. The crowd anxiously waited for th
announcement of the Queen. Would it h
Barb, Mary, or Becky? The crowd stilled -
the envelope opened 1 it was Becky
Fireworks shot into the air and a fireworl
monogram spelled out "Becky" and th
crowd cheered wildly.
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Becky and Mr. Jungkeit
Becky was happy with the choice!
Ron Krieger threw three touchdown passes.
Homecoming was especially enjoyable
because our team took another step towards
its first ever league football championship.
The Tigers took on the hungry Magnolia Sen-
tinels in what proved to be a very important
game. Despite Magnoliais poor record, a vic-
tory over Valencia would have made their
season a success. However, V.H.S. was fired
up from the outset of the game. On their first
possession, they marched 95 yards for the
first touchdown. By half-time, V.H.S had a
secure 30-3 bulge. At gameis end, the stage
was set for the league championship game
The Valencia defense held Magnolia to one field goal.
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A ACTIVITIES 47
The Homecoming dance for 1983 was a
huge success. Over 350 students attended the
dance whose theme centered on the days of
years gone by at Valencia. A showcase of
V.H.S. memorabilia was on display, pictures
of famous stars of the past dressed the room
Elvis, the Beatles, and the Beach Boys. A
soda shop, a throwback to the 50's, was the
focus of many student's attentions - cool
drinks were served! At 11:00, the Homecom-
ing Court was introduced and began the court
dance. Becky Jungkeit and Merrill Moltz led
the court and everyone followed as the band
The King and Que-cn began the court tlancc.
The Toga Party was a special night for all the
Seniors at Valencia High School. Each member of
the Senior class received an invitation to this party.
Although a lot of people showed up, there weren't
as many as there were expected. Since the night of
the Toga Party was the same as St. Patrick's Day,
alot of Seniors made creative green togasg however,
not everyone wore togas, some wore their regular
clothes. The party was a success for several reasons.
The hand called "Chemists," consisting of several
students from V.H.S. Another was Walter Aguas'
band "Touch," Walter is also a student at Valencia.
Then there was the food - pizza, free cookies,
pimch, brownies, popcorn, etc. Finally, we had a
DJ. iAudio Techniquesj who played the top 40
songs. It was truly a night to remember.
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Top Left: Amanda Engle tells Eric Smissen "You
scratch my back and I'll scratch yours."
Top Right: "If you tell me you've been carrying on
with some helpless paralytic, I won't buy it."
Bottom: "You touch her foot and theyill ship you
back to Chicago by Air Freight."
husband who go to the Academy Awards expecting to get an av
but return empty handed. The laal is about a coupler that look a v
lion that wasn't supposed to be. The las! includes Ke-ve-n Arai
Amanda Engle, Eric Smisein. Brendan Curran, Kim Mathews, Dc
llorvat, Benadetle Talberl, Kim Kirby, Richard Espinarhio, She
Holle, Katie Murphy, and Marcia Jennings.
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Jennings listen to the sounds in the apartment they should he
Top right: "I promised myself driving over here I would be plea-
santg I am now being pleasant."
Bottom: Assistant director, Nancy Herhers. and the rc-st of lu-r
proud crew anxiously await their next task.
HWONDERF UL ', TIME!
The 1984 Winter Formal was held at
the Grand Hotel in Anaheim on january
14. Girl Date was a dinner dance. Dinner
included a steak, potato, vegetable and
dinner roll, dessert was served after-
wards. The drinks were served from a
champagne fountain -f punch,
course!!! The band Surge' played tl
top forty hits which really got tl
couples in a dancing mood. Photograp
of the couples in full length photos we
taken by Pound Photography.
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This year's spring musival, "How to Succeed in Business Without
Really Trying," like all other musicals, was a multiple department
production between Drama, Orchestra. and the choral department.
This 1960's musical-comedy was the story of J. Pierrepont Finvh
who, through the use of a book entitled "How to Succeed in
Business Without Really Trying," moves up the corporate ladder
from the mail room to the very top of a large corporation by using
people. Along the way, Finch also falls in love with a secretary and
learns that he achieves greatest personal success when he stops using
people. In this satirical look into the business world, the musis-al pok-
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ed fun at the myths about business and touched on male chauvini
and pre-liberation feminine ideals. The cast included Kurt Heidc
Lenora Ojeda, Eric Smissen. Rhonda Jamgochian, George Wagn
Denise Powell, Tom Shakes, Cyndi Flippin, Richard Espinaeh
Julianne Avalos, Chris Valenti, Nancy Herbcrs, Peter Czark, Bri
clan Curran, Craig Barton, Kim Kirby, Gelareh Jahadi, An
Sehimke, Jennie Zelm, Kim Matthews, Cyndi Montoya, Julie Shu
way, Karen Pennington, Bernadette Talbc-rl, Rosemary Key
Elizabeth Reyes, Linda Hitchcock, Kim Corra, and Lori Kuhit.
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A soup eating contest, an avocado race, lending a helpir
VALENCIA shop, clubs and organizations, pep squad, dressing up, tog
1933-34 prom, football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, CIF
WAS . .. Christmas parties, faculty luncheons, ordering class ring
and then Graduation!!
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Although the Sadie Hawkins Dance traditionally
follows a Hhillbillyn theme, this yearis pepsters
have decided to have the whole event in "2-style." S0
Hollywood took this yearis theme. ln keeping up
with the Hollywood theme, the pepsters planned to
have park benches, plants, "dressing room" and
small movie props. A "night club" was to be set up
with a bar and tables for two. Those who planned to
dance that night, danced to the four-man band of
"Rollercoaster" who played popular top forty type!
of music. While during the hand's break, a twenty
minute Hollywood dance was, planned. The show
featured a comedian and a Hlfhorus Line" dance
performance. During the intermiz-as-sion Li'l Abner
and Daisy Mae were crowned from the three finalist
couples. Many couples showed up as their favorite
Hollywood couples like Scarlet U'hara and Rhett
JR. JSR. PROM
CAPS GREAT YEAR
The l984 ,lunior-Senior prom was held at the
Huntington Harbor Bay and Racquetball Illuh.
llue to general interest this year's prom was held
later than usual. May' 18th. Even though some peo-
ple went out to different places to eat the buffet
dinner was served at the Racquetball Club. The buf-
fet dinner consisted of Seafood Newberg. Chicken
Cordon Bleu, baked filet of Salmon with Bernaise
Sauce. Baron of Beef, and Filet Mignon with But-
ton Vlushrooms, A choice of these entrees were
sertcml with such things as colrl slicefl turkey,
assorted cheese. sliced fresh fruit. a three-bean
salad. potatoc salad. and many more side dishes.
The prom featured a hand called "Scandal" who
mostly played Sllqs and 60's Rock music. This
yt-arl theme was "Rendezvous Hy' The Bay." All
and all the juniors worked hard in putting this
y'ear's prom together and everyone seemed to enjoy
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1983-8 YE R
BRINGS SAD, HAPPY
Outside school life, there were many major events occuring this
year. The death of Soviet Russian Leader, Yuri Andropov, affected
everyone in one way or the other. His predecessor's name was
Konstantin Chemeck. He has been the third leader of Russia in the
past sixteen months and only the sixth leader of communist in
Rumia. Early on Stmday moming as U.S. peace keeping troops were
sleeping, a truck loaded with dynamite broke through the harricades
and rammed the barriers blowing everything up. It was the worst
U.S. force disaster since the end of the Vietnam War. By Sunday
evening, there were one hundred forty-seven dead and sixty wound-
ed U.S. Marines. The total death toll was two hundred' and nine U.S.
soldiers. In was known as Bloody Sunday. Just two days after Bloody
Sunday, U.S. forces began an anault on Grenada, It consisted of four
hundred marines from the ship Guam and it was the first time since
the Vietnam War that the U.S. had committed its troops to a combat
attack. On September lst a Korean jetliner was his by a soviet air-to-
air milile and it crashed seventy miles west of the northem tip of
Hokkaido killing all two hundred and nine passengers and crew.
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Superbowl XVIII was labeled the "clade confrontation" it was to be
the gruQe match of all time with the two best suited teams in NFL
history. The Los Angeles Raiders vs. the Waahiriton Redskins to
play at Tampa Bay Stadium in Florida on January 22, 1984. This
was the biggest blunder in miamatching ever known. The Raiders
stomped the Kedakina 38-9 setting or trying to set twenty-one Super-
howl records. Marcus Allen running hack was voted Most Valuable
Player after scorilg two touch-downs and a total of two hundred and
nine combined yarfi. This was to be the first Superbowl victory for
the Raidenainee moving to L.A. from Oakland two years go. This is
alao the first Superbowl victory ever hrought to the city of las
Angeles. I.et's hope that our Raiders keep up their "Commitment to
Excellence" and keep on winning! Thriller lay Michael Jackson top-
ped the charts for moat of the year with a record of twenty seven
million copies sold. lt received twelve nominations for the Grammy
Awards and won ekht awards. The record aold an average number of
one million copies every fivg days. Vanema Williams won this year's
Min America pqeant. She is the fifty-aixth winner and the fin!
black title holder. The 1984 Olympics were held in Savajevo. They
were a great suceen for the American team. They won eight medals,
four of them were gold. The gold medalists were Debbie Armstrong,
women's downhill, ahe won the first gold medal for the Americans in
the winter Olympics. Bill Johnson won in the downhill competition
being the fint American to win the gold in that event. Scott
Hamilton also won a gold medal in the men's figure skating and Phil
Mahre got the gold for the slalom, and just four hours before he
won, his wife had a haby boy in Ariaona.
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The process of putting together a yearbook is a
difficult task at best. This year's crop of Tesoros
staffers took on the challenge of working to ac-
complish this feat. Most yearbook staffs have the
benefit of a lot of training before work begins on a
yearbook. This staff had very little training. We did
not start to work on the yearbook until August
25th w most yearbook staffs begin in the spring of
the previous year. It could be said that this staff fits
very well in what has proven to be the theme of tl
school year 1983-1934 Y- We were the first to t
it! As our football team and many other tean
reached firsts in Valencia history, so, too, did tl
1983f84 Tesoros staff. We were the first to pr
vide a yearbook with the Senior class in color,
incredible thirty-two pages of brilliant, beautif
and balanced work. We are proud to provide th:
first, In addition, we provided an extra sixtee
ages of color the homecoming pages never
ooked hetter. This is a staff, too. that was able to
ell all of its yearhooks before the middle of Us'-
ober. an unbelievable ltl25 books! With few skills
nd a new adviser lMr. Sinayj, we ventured forth
0 attempt to capture the 50th anniversary year of
'alencia High School. Without knowing a great
eal. we sought the advice of our yearbook
epresentative, Holi Stephenson, who set us on the
right tracks to our eventual success. We sought and
received the wise and knowledgable advice of Mr.
Bernie llavis who helped pave the way to many sue-
eessful elements in this hook. We used and studied
the ycurbooks of many high schools. and we are in-
debted to them for the fine craftsmanship from
which we learned. We had the excellent support of
our administration during our work they would
allow us to get many photos that would otherwise
have been impossible. Most importantly. we had the
wonderful support of a great faculty. Without their
continued efforts. this hook would not have been a
success. Also. we must praise the efforts of john
Walcek of Proud Photography. llis diligent and
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Our story continues with the class of 1984, a class who did
heir part to carry on the traditions of our school.
This Class of 1984 came to Valencia as new freshmen in
980. They started out with their Homecoming float which won
nd place, "The Best Fit Theme Award." Then, throughout the
ear, they participated in various fundraisers, such as selling
Luffed tigers and having three booths at Valenciais first carnival.
As sophomores, the Class of 1984 finally started to get into
ne swing of things. They won sweepstakes for their Homecom-
lg float. During this year, the Class of '84 also led the school in
G.P.A. They came in second during the canned food drive and
lost the "Class of the Year" award by only two points.
As juniors, they earned second place again for their
Homecoming float. They tried computer dating, a jog-a-thon,
and selling candy. They sponsored a very successful Prom with
its theme being Hsail Awayf,
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sary celebration. These seniors will always be remembered as be-
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With a record of 7 wins and 3 loses, the
varsity can look forward to another successful
team next year. Coach Ilertsen and Sheetz put
together a very sound team who had "tremen-
dous pride and guts!" This team worked hard,
conditioned, and showed great desire in winn-
ing the league championship with a 4--1
record. Their 14-0 win over Magnolia was
their biggest thrill fit clinched the champion-
shipj. Individually, the Most Valuable players
were Myron Williams Qwho incidentally,
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while Randy Babbitt showed great desire a
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Oscar Torres, Steve Turrino, Jeff Martint
and Julio Torres.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL: Ist Row KL to Rl Nacho Herrera, Jason Marr, Chad Cooper, Jim May, David Chavez. 2nd Row QL to Rl John Lee, Todd
Merchant, Greg Engler, Tony Burciaga, Mike Merrero, Sam Bowers. 3rd Row QL to RJ Coach Scheetz, Jason Shaw, Sam Lee, Greg Almgren, Julio Torres,
Matt Pinkney, John Melia, Guy Dominquez. 4-th Row QL to RJ Omar Perez, Oscar Torres, Don Reindl, John Christy, Jerry Bramble, Jan Vangorden, Jeff
Martinez. 5th Row QL to RJ Ken Recla, Norpi Nakawaki, Myron Williams, Stephen Turino, Jim Friedl, Steve Jaques, Xavier Hicks, Randy Babbitt.
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team's victory over Western was the high
point of the year and clinched a second place
finish in league. This victory was the very
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dividual efforts were considerable on this
team. The MVP award went to Brett Gregory
while Tony Goulet received the Most
Valuable offensive player. Most Valuable
defensive player went to Shawn Racobs. Alan
Harrison was also cited for his play and kicked
the extra points. This team average over 20
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FROSH FOOTBALL: lst Row QL to Rl Eugene Bunn, Joey Zavala, Eric Felty, Gary Lama, Brad Hall. 2nd Row QL to RJ Art Muro, Ted Boicourt, Chris De
Risio, Jayson Cruz, John Doe, Brian Chambers. 3rd Row QL to RJ Brian Cula, David De Filippo, Scott Sittig, Coach Patcha, Coach Frazer, Coach
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ln a season of first ever wins, the Valencia tigers
rewrote the football record hook. While posting the
first ever league title in football, the Tigers also
were able to win their first and second CIF football
games before losing in the semi-finals to Sunny
Hills 6-0. This season was filled with great plays.
outstanding efforts, and a strong determination to
win. The Tigers roared through the season
defeating one foe after another. The season began
against Orange. The Tigers outmatehed the Orang
panthers 38 to 6. The following week, Valencia los
one of only two games all season to a balance!
Sonora Raider team I2-7. Next, the Tigers travele-
to El Toro, a powerful south eounty football team
The Tigers became of age when they returned vic
torious 17-14. After solid victories over Troy 13-7
and Bolsa Grande 42-21, the Tigers were set fo
league. Unfortunately, their first foe was thei
lst Row QL to Rl Sam Holi, Leo Mendez, Butch Teske, Randy Gan-ia, Ron Pallares, Sean Rol
Todd Burch. 3rd Row QL to Rl Mark Heavener. Wayne Chambers, Hob Kangel. Kay Pallares.
Schultz, Mark Klem, Bill Buck, John Kuehl, Jeff Hall, .lim Campanis. 5th Row QL to Rl Coat:
Thomas. 6th Row QL to RJ Coach Dolen, Steve Singley, Andrew Russcitlo, Chueli Gough. John
Jngtime nemisis, Brea. In a muddy. hard fought
ame. the clock ran out with both teams tied 3-3.
'heir league success took off with a resounding vic-
ory over Anaheim 38-lfl-. A tremendous win over
iavanna 42-7 set the stage for their return home to
'lay Magnolia in the Tigers' homecoming game.
'he Sentinals were fired up and working to make
heir season by beating the Tigers. However. the
'igers were hungry from the opening kick-off and
romped over Magnolia 35-3. Finally. the cham-
pionship game against Western. The struggle was
tough, yet the Tigers arrived at games end vic-
torious 21-20 and had secured their first football
league title. Much of the success of this year's team
was due to the great work they did as a team. They
worked together as a team and won as a team. Their
sues-ess,to0, came from the great support of the
parents and student body of Valencia. Finally, the
tremendous efforts of the coaches. First, North
Orange County coaches of the year, Mike Marrujo.
was the tiger head coach. .lohn Seeley, defensive
coordinator, finished his second year here at Valen-
cia. Harry Dolen handled the offensive receivers
and defensive linebackers. Paul Thomas managed
the line for both the offense and defense.
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BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY
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Winning Championships in Cross Country
seems to he a way of life for Coach Mike Cum-
mins' teams. His Varsity Boys' team did it
again for the second year in a row, making
this the 9th time in the last 20 years. This
team was no exeption to winning, posting a
victory over Magnolia Q49-61D in the league
finals. This team showed great spirit winning
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league since Magnolia had beaten them
earlier in the season. Even Magnolia had to
say "Valencia, Rah!" at the end of the meet.
There were many individual honors: Brett
Killeen was named 1st team all-Orange Coun-
ty. Kevin McBride and Chris Lugo were both
lst team all-league. Jim Towle and Jamie Le
Grand set records for the Tri-City 3 mile run.
Kevin McBride and Jamie LeGrand
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY fFront L-RJ Kevin McBride, Robert Aceve, Jim Towle, Miguel Martinez. QBack
RJ Jamie LeGrand, Chris Lugo, James Vasquez, Mark Tavianini, Brett Kelleen, Mike Flores
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an excellent season. Number 1 runner Mary
Kenney ran wild in her first varsity year as a
senior. She placed first in league falmost 2
minutes faster than the second runnerj, and
received the team's Most Valuable player
award. Julie Avalos, the team's second run-
ner, used the maximum potential as a player.
Laura Kenny, number 3 runner, was also the
team's most consistent runner. Bev Ridgir-
way, Dana Lucasand, Dawn Lucas were three
other key runners in coach Cummins' attack.
Dawn received the Most Improved Award.
The girls' league championship was a true
case where an apparently-individual sport is
really a team sport through and through.
IRLS' CROSS COUNTRY: From Top Down fL to RJ: Kathy Traeger, Bev Ridgeway, Annette Normandeau, Julia Nieuwlandt, Coach Mike Cummins, Laura Kenny,
iulie Avalos, Helen Veraga, Sue Normanseau, Dawn Lucas, Mary Kenny, Dana Lucas.
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unleashed a set of prime young runners.
Throughout the season, Coach Mike Cum-
mins shaped and molded these youngsters into
champions. Though the workouts were tough,
these young men hung in there at every meet.
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Billy Emmel, Martin Poter, And
nd Scott Padias. Individually, Bil
Emmell was given a Varsity letter for his fine
efforts during league and league finals.
I.V. CROSS COUNTRY fFront L-Rj Bart Rodriguez, Gary Heffner, Billy Emmell. fBack L-RJ Martin Porter, Andy Galvez, Scott Padias, Coach Cummins.
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124 FALL SPORTS
This year's J.V. tennis team was a great teams Most Valuable Player Award went to
sight. The neat part about this team was not ,lulie Cruz for her consistent and outstanding
J. V their appearance but their number: sixteen. play. The III doubles team was Kim Reed and
Valeneia's tennis team program has a solid Christen Rossiter. Finally, the Most Improved
foundation from which to work. This team Award went to Kim Reed. With a young team
took 2nd place with a 6-4 record while recor- like these ladies, Valencia is on its way to be-
ding an impressive 10-7 over-all record. The ing a tennis power.
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Back Row QL to Rl Coach Debbie Woelke, Ann Hippolito, Ginny Hebert, Carmen Flint, Kim Reed, Christeen Rossiter, Shelly Turman, Lynda Nelson, Coach John Cyrus.
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WLOVE 9, TENNIS
The 1983-84 tennis team finished 3rd
in league behind Co-champions Savanna
Western. For a young team, their over-
all record of 9 and 7 fwith a record of 6
and 4 in leaguej was very admirable.
Despite placing 3rd in league, the girls
came close to beating both championship
teams, losing to each Savanna and
Western 3 to 10. Donna Ewing anc
Dawn Geske were narned to the all
league. Donna also took the Most
Valuable Player award. Dawn Geske was
Most Improved with Terri Hanser
receiving the Coaches Award. Finally,
the Scholar Award went to .loni Raddatz.
VARSITY TENNIS: QL to RJ Donna Ewing, Dawn Geske, Jenny Kolberg, Terri Hansen, Joni Raddatz., Pilar Plumb, Robin Eckenrode, Sarah Garoutte, Kim Corra. Kneelin4
Coach John Cyrus.
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This year team advanced three girls to
the CIF Tournament. In singles, Donna
Ewing, a sophomore, played a tough
match in her first round before losing.
Donna received the MVP award for her
outstanding play, winning 30 times while
only losing four. In doubles play Dawn
Geske, a sophomore, and Jenniger
Kolburg, a freshman, won the league
doubles play, but were eliminated during
the first round of CIF. Coach Cyrus was
proud of these fine girls work. As a young
team, Coach Cyrus has a good deal to
look forward to next year.
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FA LL SPOR TS
VAR I T Y VOLLEYBALL
TO SECOND ROUND
Under the direction of Steve Burmaster, the girls'
volleyball team won the league championship. Practice
started when the former year ended, and continued all
through summer, and never ended until the last hall fell to
the court in the 2nd round of CIF. They completed their
season with a record of IS wins and 2 loses. The girls work-
ed very hard under the leadership of Co-Captains Aya
Osawa and Lisa Zrinski. Lisa also received MVP for the
team. This super team advanced to the second round of
only league loss came at the hands of Brea-Olind
However, the team then ran off a 10 game win streak clil
ching the league Championship for the first time in Valet
cia's 50 year history. Lisa Zrinski was named player of tl
year in the Orange league, and was on the Valencia Al
Tournament team, and was the Dr, Pepper player of tl
year. Trina Hope was named Ist team All league and mo
improved. Aya Osawa was honored as a rotary schol:
athlete of the month, and received the coaches award.
C I F CIF before narrowly losing to Thousand Oaks. Valencia's
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VARISTY VOLLEYBALL fBack L-Rl Dionne Garner, Lisa Zrinski, Coach Steve Burmaster, Trina Hope
Granger, Kim Taylor fFront L-Rl Aya Oswa, Maria Cossios, Sharon Ippolito, Shannon Fedo., Judy Gibson.
Lisa Zrinski goes high against Magnolia.
Aya Osawa smashes for a key point in the lst round of
CIF IRS. Corona.
Trina Hope scores at Corona! Maria Cossios sets for a score against Anaheim.
128 FALL SPORTS
J. V. VOLLEYBALL
6' ETVFOR VAR ITY
Being such a young team, they improved immensely
from the beginning of the season. Maturity and learning to
play well under pressure were 2 big factors and unfor-
tunately we were up against teams in our league that had
the advantage on us there. With this season giving them a
lot of experience, we should have some strong players
growing out of this team. This year they learned to com-
municate on the court, transition, pass well and anticipate.
Many of them became more aggressive, too, as their con-
fidence grew. A very difficult thing to do if one has never
ack QL to Rl: Kimari Kubota, Heidi Fancher, Dana Filippo, Mona Landa, Cari Walsh, Kim Steagall, Coach Wen-
Umekuro. Front QL to RJ Jenny Mills, Tracy Tinneson, Denice McCabe, Liz Perez.
played volleyball before.
Experience and mautrity was provided hy returning
members Cari Walsh and Liz Perez and summer league
Denice Mccabe and Kamari Kubota. The other members,
relatively new volleyball, worked very hard to learn and
polish the basic skills and to learn a designated position. It
took time to adjust, but soon the offense and defence were
running smoothly and the girls could adjust to spur-of-the
moment changes if necessary.
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Kim Steagall laughs at a silly mistake in a Liz Perez setsabeauty forateammate.
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VARSITY WA T ER POLO
GAIN VAL UABLE
With such a youthful team, the 6-13
record did not reflect the hard work and
dedication this year's Water Polo Team put
in. With only three seniors graduating
fMichelle Murray, Rob Olivier, and Dwight
Osbornej, the team looks to a bright future.
Dwight Osborne received the Most Valuable
Player Award. With the experience and deter-
mination of Coach Mike Guest and the Water
Polo team, they will undoubtly do better n
year. Dwight Osborne also received 1
Orange League. Matt Peterson and Len
Reese were recognized for the 2nd tea
along with Andy Grenier. Michelle Muri
and Rob Olvier were all-league honora
although this was a very youthful team, mu
experience was gained while finishing leag
Valencia fast breaks for another score against Magnolia. M,V,P,g Dwight Osborne
VARSITY WATER POLO: QL to RJ Coach Guest, Matt Peterson, Andy Crenier, Dwight Osborne, Rob Olivier, Chris Anderson, Coach Kadlubek. Front QL to RJ Tony
Todd Jeffreys, Michelle Murray, Gail Durham, Lenny Reese, Daryl Mallet, Bill Equitz.
FALL SPOR TS
.LV WATER POLO
year. Sporting a better than .500 record, the
high point of this years' team took place in
the Buena Park FroshfSoph Tournament.
With 4-A teams competing, the FXS s'poles"
managed to win 2nd place, losing to top seed-
ed Sunny Hills fwhose varsity went to the 4-A
finalslj. In other tournament competition,
these young Hpolesw took 2nd place in the
tough South Pasadena Tournament. South
1 Although an extremely young team, the
l.V. water polo group faired very well this
Pasadena is usually the 2A champ in Water
Polo., so Coach Guest has a strong program
developing. Individual awards went to the
following: Most Inspirational was Andy
Wisniewaki with Frank Kim winning the
Coaches Award for his drive, dedication and
eagerness. Others credited for overall team
play were Tony Gonzales, Kurt Rudolph and
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JUNIOR VARSITY WATER POLO: Front Row QL to RJ Tim Woodfin, Greg Scoffidi, Kurt Rudolph, Ben Castro
Andy Fuentes, Russ Bridge, Matt Pesce, Frank Kim. Back Row QL to R1 Coach Kayne Kadlubek, Tony Gonzalez:
Craig Barton, Sean Barr, Darren Norris, Carlos Salcedo, Coach Mike Guest. Not ictured Andy Wesniewski.
The team plans a little strategy.
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This year's Boys' Varsity Soccer team waz- coached by llearl Coach
Wendell Bainter. Coach Greg Gooch. and Manager Pe-ter Hohen-
brinlr and consisted of fifteen team members, There were fin-
seniun-, Steve Alves, Miguel Martinez, Jeff Me-necs, ,loe Strauss, and
Jose Ubanda. Junior members were Ed Aguas, Chuck Gough. Aaron
Hook. Thuan Lam, Agustin Luna, Emigadin Urrutia. and David Ver-
dugc. Sophomores were Tim Brunk, Robert llassis. and Vinh Phan.
Team captains included .loc Strauss, ,lose Ubanda. Stew Alves,
Miguel Martinez, and Jeff Menees. The Must Valuable Player award
went to Jose Ubanda and the Academic award was awarded tu Tim
Brunk. The team's biggest and most exciting thrill was beatil
University, CIF's fourth ranked team, l to 0 in the first round
CIF. The team then advanced tothe quarterfinals in CIF and fini:
cd third in league. Team members Joe Strauss. Eniigadio Urrut
and Jose Ubanda were on All-League lst h-am and David Verdug
Jcff Menees, and Tim Brunlt made All-League 2nd team. Chu
Gough set a record this year for career goalie saves which was 12
The team also set a record for the fewest goals allowed season whi
was 24. Great joll guys!
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joe jumps to new heights.
The ,l.V. Soccer team had an excellent season. Under the leader-
ship of Coach Russ Kido, a former student and a former varsity soc-
cer player from Valencia. In his first year of coaching, he helped the
team to reach the best of their ability. He also encouraged them to
prove they could have a successful season. The tesm members had
pride and spirit and it showed in the field. The team showed their
spirit in many of their games, For in several occasions they were
behind but their spirit and confidence in them and their teammates
showed when they would come back from behind and several times
won the games. One of their toughest games was against Brea. The
second game against Brea was the one that would determine whether
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they would he League Champions this year. Although this team did
not win this game they had a successful season with the help of all
the team memhers. Some of the players that helped the team to
achieve an excellent season were Glenn Balmer, Joe Carrera, and
Mario Luna, each scoring nine goals each. Another outstanding
player was their goal keeper Lenny Reese who did a great joh at sav-
ing 5l goals for our team. The team's captains for this year were Phil
Henry and Keith Clovtier. The awards given out this year went to
Philip Lakenage for heing the Most Valuable Player, Glenn Baker as
Most Improved and Phillip Henry who received the coaches award.
Congratulations boys for your successful season.
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WIN LEAGUE TITLE
3rd YEAR IN ROW
This year's Freshmen Boys' Basketball
team was league champs for the second
year in a row, with a record of 8-2 in
league. The team captains were Darren
Robinson and Brett Gregory. The most
valuable player was Darrin Robinson and
most inspirational was Brett Gregory.
'ronl Row lL to RJ Bill Hamelin, Minh Ai, Chris Barr, Billy Emmel. jack Jones, Erin' Maloepsy, Middle Row Brett Gregory. George Caulf l M k
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Also, Mike Liskey received Scholar
Athlete award. .lohn Cyrus stated that
the biggest thrill this year was winning
The teamis key players were .leff
Frank, Brett Gregory, and Darrin
Come on, make it in that hoop!
faslillo, John Savoie, Kyle- Coburn. Cruz Miramon es, Mar ammon .
jskev. David Perez.
l Give that ball back tome. 0.K., team, get out then- and win!
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GAIN VAL UABLE
The 1983-84 Sophomore basketball team was
coached by Will Perry. The team ended the season
with a 4-14 record. However, their reeord in leage
was 1--6. They ended up with a 4th place finish.
Their most exciting moment wastheir comeback
win over Western in the opening game of the league
season. This year's five starters were Mark Hood,
Dennis Wilson, Dave Wilcox, Carl Flint, and Chris
0'Bryan. Mark Hood was picked as the team's Most
Valuable Player. Dennis Wilson was honored wi
the Most Improved Player Award, and Dave Wilc
reeeived the Coaches Award. Other team membt
included Shawn Murphy. Selwyn Chua. Kei
Williams, .lay Kanaan. Jim Fridel. Serjio Ale
ander, and Pat Jones. The team also participated
the Santiago and Saddleback tournaments. Fina.
the team had a great moment when they near
beat Brea, the eventual first place team in league.
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eye on him. - 1 ' ' f 'f
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136 WINTER SPORTS
Well, what do we do now?
Mark Hood makes it look easy.
TAKE 2nd PLACE IN
This year's .l.V. Boys' Basketball had a good year
with a record of 6-4 league, which placed them in
second place in league. The biggest thrill that the
,I.V. team had was when they took 3rd place in the
La Habra tournament. But this year, they also had
a sad moment when they lost to Mater Del in the
The most valuable player this year was Jeff
Bottom Row ll. to RJ Da
Robert Herrell and Carmen
vid LaRue, Damien Munoz, Steve Hagmeister, Chin Dang, and Scott Ozeki. Top Row Jeff Zumbeck, Jeff Adams. Matt Hartl.
Adams f45j. Coach John Winek said that the'
specific factors attributed to the team's overall
record was that they had the most members ever for
a total of ten. Also, a great deal of teamwork. The
team's five starters were Jeff Adams, Steve
Hagemeister, Robert Herrill, David LaRue, and
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'The 1984 boy's Var-Sita baikptball lffianl playml
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AD league. The teamis overall rerord for the year was a
respectable 12 and 10. Their league record was 6
3rd PLACE FINISH
and 4, finishing behind Savanna and Brea. 2-at-com
and first respectively. The highlights of the season
were the two vivtories over Magnolia who had vomt
into league competition with an l l-3 revord. Then
were three major reasons for the teamis overall suv
1-esfaful revord. First, the quick developement of th.
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ards. Chris Rojo and Jeff Jenson. both juniors.
so, the fine contributions of sophomores K. K.
nes and Norman Nakwaki helped make their
lung team more successful, finally, the leadership
the seniors. Andy Hood and the excellent play of
l Hernandez led Valencia to unexpected victories.
Individually, Ed Hernandez received All-Urange
and All-North Urange County first teams. Also. Ed
was recognized on the first team of the Desert
Classic Tournament. For his work he was named
MVP for the year. jeff Jenson was recognized as the
Most Improved Player. K. K. .lones received the
bf-gt Defensive player award. Andy Hood was
honored with the coaches Award. Other team
members included Seniors Ryan Beard, Tim Reed
and Bob Alam. At the conclusion of league, Valen-
cia advanced to the first round of the CIF play-offs
where they lost to a tough Troy team.
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GIRLS 9 J. V.
Being such a young J.V. Girls' Basketball Team,
the accomplishments of this team was beyond their
experience and age. With an 8 and 2 record in
league and a 13-4 overall record, the girls ended up
in second place in league. With only two lost games
to Brea, by small margins, they ended up winning
the league. Steffi Strauss and Jenny Wilson were
elected captains for the year and Steffi also receiv-
ed best offensive player. Heather Sandoval received
best defense player. The reasons for the team's suc-
cess were 'gthey played together and were destined
to he championsf, stated Head Coach Debbie
Weolke. Their biggest thrill of the year for them
was to take the lead at the first quarter against
Bottom Row fl. to RJ Thanh Ai, Steffi Stauss, Veronica Debuhl, Denise Doyle, Tracy Tenn:-mn, Nikki N1-1y.Top Row Kim Reed, Jenny Wils41n.llalla Mc'
Cube, Kamari Kubota. Carmen Avnuinn, Heather Snndavol.
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GRAB 2nd PLA CE:
ADVANCE TO C.I.F.
This year Varsity Wrestling team was coached
under a new man, Kent Lillenherg. "This was to he
a year of 'rebuilclingif' Stated Lillenberg, 'idue to
the lack of experience." The top returning let-
termen consisted of Bob Bernal, Mike Baum, and
Ted Villaha. This year's toughest competition came
pions. The Tigers didn't place well against West
but were very competitive in league, taking 5
of 6 matches.
Top QL to R1JeffMartinez, Mutt Thomas, Haney Armenia, Mark Heaven:-r, Daxid Barr, Jeff Rhodes. Bottom john Smith. Brent Bently. Mike Bai
Greg Engler, Bobby Bernal, Ted Villaba, Todd Marchandl,
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against Western High School, last year's CIF Cha
ll. V. This yrvafs JN. Mrs-piling tm-aiu finisha-d the- dvuai nlatmihf' Thiw yr-arl moat waluablr- mn-Nile-r was
Q4-ason with an overall rc-'nord of 6-i-l and .Z-.3-0 in X.nn r Ihr km,
league-. Coach Lillenhvrg said. "Lack of par- This. hmwu-r. if zi beginning of a ruin-d and
liripanls prvvvntvd the ,IV In-am from doing hvtle-r. rc-de-ve-Iopa-d wn-slling program. Yle-nvia nun look
Hut of I3 vlasses. we forfeited 1-6 classes 1-xvrx forward lo much sin'L'1-ss in the future.
WIN TER SPORTS
'GHEADSU TO C.I.F.
The girls' varsity soccer team had a real good season.
The team was under the leadership of coach Leverett. who
led the girls to accomplish what their goal was and that was
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to make it to the CIF playoffs. The team had a score of 6-4-
in league made it to the CIF although they did not win in
the CIF playoff. They were satisfied with what they had
achieved. They placed third in league this year accomplish-
ed by a total team effort. Some outstanding defense was
provided by Rica Gonzalez and Lisa Harenberg. Although
the team started the season with every individual playing
their own gave the girls proved that they could play
together as a team. It was hard for the girls having only 13
players on their team. The team had to work hard due to
the number of substitutes they had. Some of the problems
the team had were by the lack of la ers. This was a ma'or
r enilwhen it came to injuries an i ess. u t
didn't stop them from playing. The team consisted of fiv
freshmen, three juniors and five seniors. One of the mo:
outstanding players was Michelle La Rue who has been
four-year girl Varsity Soccer Letterman. Awards that wer
given this year were given to Carryn Almgren. MVP o
fenseg Michelle La Rue, MVP defenseg Angie Lakeman
most inspjrationalg Tammy Baer, most improved and Lis
Harenberg who received the first award Otis Memoriz
Scholarship Award for having the highest G.P.A. durin
soccer season. The team captains were Carryn Almgren
Michelle La Rue and Colleen Rashford.
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Leverett, Caryn Almgren, Colleen Rashford, Tammy Baer, Lisa Harenberg, Denise Horvat, Michelle LaRue and Rica Gonzales.
Michelle Murry captures the ball.
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The girls after a hard game.
GIRL ,J.V. OCCER
The soccer season for this year was a learning experience
for all of the girls on the ,l.V. soccer team. The team had a
limited schedule but always kept on working hard to
achieve their goal. Although the girls were not hlessed with
good luck, they were always cheerful. With the help ol'
their team captain Kim Steagle to cheer everyone up, the
leam ended their soceer season and were happy for the new
experience they had had and for what they had aehiewed.
The girls that received awards this year were: Kim Stevens,
as most inspirational. Maria Perfecto. most improved and
Kim Steaglc for being the most valuable player, Good job
Top Row QL to Rl Joyce Kroner and Suzie Cornelius. Middle Row lL tn RJ Lamis Makhlouf, Fawn Cano, Bertha Luna and Maria Ruiz. Bottom Row tl, Suzie C0l'Ilelill
to Rl Conch Allison. Kim Stevens, Kim Stelgall, Jill Martinez and Kim Buhler.
Maria Ruiz Maria Ruiz and Suzie Cornelius
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BAT TLIN G F OR POT
Valeneia's Varsity Baseball team was hitting ex-
tremely well at press time. Their main problem was
pitvhing though, which they worked on to improve.
In Orange League action, the Tigers had a reeord of
3-1 so far, with victories over Brea. Savanna. and
Anaheim. The team was in lst place after half the
season. The team's most consistent players were An-
dy Russito and ,Ion Rice, who played pretty g.
defense too. jeff Martinez did well pitching .
Shawn Oudt was really improving his pitching tl
ing the season. The teamis top players were T
Barnhart, ,lon Rice. .lim Campanis. Ron Krie
Andy Russito. Randy Garcia. Ron Terrim. B
Runge. Ron Martinez. and Jeff Martinez.
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM MEMBERS are Brian Runge. Ron Terrill. Ron Krieger. Stem' Street. Orlando Gomez. Shawn Outh. jeff Vlurtinez. Jon Rice
-truly Ruscitto, Steve Singley. Jon Rive. .lim Campania. Jeff Jensen. Troy Harnhart. Randy Gareia. Hobby Castillo, Bobby Gomes. Ron Martinez,
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The Junior Varsity Baseball team, so far, had a
league record of 2-2 and 5-3-1 overall. Jeff Jensen,
Norman Nakawaki, and Jay Van Gorden didwell
hitting, Scott Sittig played well defensively. Accor-
ding to Coach Mike Scheetz, the team hasn't played
smart baseball and has made some mental mistakes
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Coach Scheetz also said, AThe players need
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The 1984 Freshmen-Sophomore baseball team
showed promise of developing into a winning team.
This year's coach. Dane llertscn. was pleased wit
the improvement ofthe team since the beginning of
the year. A pitcher, Alan Harrison. made tremen-
dous improvement getting accustomed to pitching
to high school hitters and high school situations.
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op Row QL to Rl Todd Borowski tcoachl Shawn Racohs. Mike Kies. Dave De
le Row tl. to RJ Robert Cedillo, Ollie Munoy. tfhis Derisio. Dorian Estes. B
yle Coburn, Jeff Wagner, Bryan Elliott, and Eddie St. Croix.
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fillippo. ,lon Pesce. AI Harrison. Tony Goulet, Dave Ilertsen lr-oarht, Mid
rian Guia. Brett Gregory. Mike Liskey. Bottom Row 1Lto KJ Cary Lama.
Kyle Coburn was the most consistent hitter. Brett
Gregory had a tremendous on-base percentage. The
strongest asset of the team was their speed. The
team showed consistent improvement throughout
the duration of the season. The teanfs overall
record stood at 4 and 9 while they were in fourth
place in league with a 3-5 mark.
Brett Gregory Alan Harrison Bryan Elliott
SPRING SPOR TS 149
After a slow start in the pre-season the Tigers
were looking forward to league rompetitions, "The
teams were improving as the season progressed,
espeeially our defense. We were starting to work
together more as a team and concentrated more in
praetiri-." Leslie Selirepferman, another one of the
team members added, HWS were all trying hard an
improving l00 percent. It benefitted us playin
rated teams in pre-season beeause it gave us ei
perienee for league play." This year's varsity lean
was coached by Miss Debbie Fas-zel.
Bottom QL to Rl Debbie Snell. Shell Carter. Denise McKay. Leslie Srhrepferman. and Kim Su-agall. Top ll, to HJ
Tammy McCormirk, Lynee Mvlntyre, Christina Vasquez. Debbie Blat-kard. Andrea Campanis, Linda Sam-hez and
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Working on basic fundamentals is one thing, ,l.V.
team tried to concentrate on in practice. This im-
proved their pitching, hitting, and infield. "Pre-
J. V. SOFTBALL
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season was a real learning experience. our players
gained much improvement and execution in their
game. Many players lacked softball fundamentals
but everybody improved," commented Sharie Ben-
-ton. the junior varsity coach.
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:hristina l.undgren. Top QL to Rl Kim Reed. Kamari Kubota, Siobhan Mooney, Missy Landa, Christa Caudle.
Denise McKay, and Coach Sharie Benson.
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Denise McKay, first base, Thanh Ai, third base, and
Kimari Kubota, centerfieldg and Missy Landa, the
J.V. pitcher, was improving in every game and
Due to a great improvement, Denise McKay was
moved up to the varsity team.
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This year's boys' Varsity Tennis team was coaeh- Angus, Mike Harvey, Tim Reed and Roh Eubank
ed by John Cyrus. According to Coach Cyrus, Greg were able to step in and fill the spots. Cyrus eom
T S Nations and Jim Fox have been real consistent per- mented that every team wants to get to the playoffs
formers, and Bob Angus has shown the moe-at im- win the league and then think about winning CIF
I provement. This season has gone as expected, and once you start thinking about winning a leagut
U D I however. luck plays a large part in sports. Their you start thinking about that CIF Championship
line up has changed every match because of the flu At press time, the overall team record was ll-1
that was going around. Fortunately. seniors Bob with a league record of 6-0.
Greg Nali0n5 Bottom Row IL to Rl Donna Ewing. Julie Cruz, Jenny Kloberg. Second Row Sang Yim. Mark lshikawa, Tuan Nguyan, Robber! Stafford. Daw Grauer.
Ralph Salazar, Duc Dao, Van Nguyan. Minh Ai. Third Row Michael Sun. lie-in Nguyen. Bob Angus, Anh Lee. ,loo Tran, Terry. Pace, Greg Nations. Sam
Lee. Dun Lu. Fourth Row ,lim Fox jeff Franvk, Charles l,u. Yirtor Sun. David Sun. Mike Rzislxford. Mike Harvey. Top Row Carl Flint. Roh liuhanks.
Mark Haskell, Tom Rumell, Coach Cyrus. Charles Moreno. Tom Castro. Mike Calderon. Tim Reed.
David Graver Carl Flint Terry Pace
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The ,I.V. Tennis Team. like the varsity team had
a very successful year. The Tigers battled for a
league championship throughout the year. The
young netters were led by: Duc Dao. Mike
Rashfnrd. Tom Rangel, Tom Castro, and also many
of the new players filling in periodically. The ,l.V.'s
were coached hy Mike Calderon. a Valencia alumni
and- Varsity tennis player. The growth was ex-
perienced by all netters, physically and mentally in
Bottom Row tl. to RJ Donna Ewing. Julie Cruz. Jenny Kolberg. Sevond Row Sang Tim. Vlark lshiknwa. Tuan Nguyen. Robert Stafford. Ilan- Grain-r.
kalph Salazar. Due Dao. Van Nguyen. Minh Ai. Third Row Michael Sun. Dein Nguyen. Holi Angus. Anh Lee. .loe Tran. Terry Pane. Greg Nations. Sam
fe. Dan l,u. Fourth Row jim Fox. Jeff Franck. Charles l.n. Nia-tor Sun. Daiid Sun. 'lrlike Ra:-hfurd. Mike llarwy. Top Row Carl Flint. Kula liulianks.
lark Haskell, Tom Rumell. ConchCyrus.l1harles Moreno. Tom Castro. Mike Calderon. Tim Reed.
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strokes. strength. strategy. and intestinal fortitude.
Another key factor to the ,l.V.'s success this year
was pertinacity. Not only the common effort. but
the willingness to work hard and play hard. This led
to the success and also the interest to pursue ex-
cellence. This led to the success and also the in-
terest to pursue excellence. This paid the way for
success on the courts as well as in their lives,
The 1983-84 Varsity swimming team is doing
great this year. The boys' team has doubled in size
and the girls' team has tripled in size. Thi year they
are not so much interested in winning. It's more
like improving their times and getting experieilve
VARSITY S WIMMER
YOUNG A D PROMISING
Top KI. to Rl Andy Grenier, Matt Peterson. Chris Anderson. Cy ndi Eakin. Greg Seal:-lti. Mikt- Allwe. Carlos Salcado. Andy Wesnvwski. Sean Barr. Druid
Barbour, Dwight Osborne. 2nd Row lL to Rl Conch Mika- Guest. Todd Jeffies. Barbara Alasky. Hill Equitz, Lisa Milton. Daryll Mallet. Craig Barton.
Mellisa Richards. Tony Vilgiate, Paul Crabb. Cunt-h Kayne Kadlulwk. 3rd Row ll. to Rl Gary Wt-sloski. Tony Gonzales, GI:-en 1.4-pis. Andrew Fu:-nit-s.
Ben Castro, Matt Pm-sexe, Vit-ki Vargas, Beth Summers, Cari Walsh. Tim Woodfin. 4th Row ll. tu Rl Joyce Krotu-r. Katie Murphy. Gina Fisrus. Jenny
Mills, Kasey Craig, Angel Utrsta, Jenna Huhspeth, Kurt Rudolph, jenny Ze-lrh, Gail Durham.
for league competition. Coach Guest feels tha
Dwight Osborne, Gail Durham and Cindy Ealcin
are showing outstanding leadership andahility
Dwight is a great team captain and that's wha
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J. V. The junior Varsity swimming team had much im- proving especially Frank Kirn, Kurt Rudolph, jim
prove-nu-nt this year. They really do not have much Woodfin, Jenni Mills, Jennifer Zelm, and Vicki
experience in competition, but they are deterniined Vargas.
to do well. Guest commented that everyone is lm-
EXPERT E CE
np QL lo Rl Andy Grenier, Mn!! Peterson, Chrir- Antler:-on, Cyndi linkin. Greg Sc-afelli, Mike Albee, Carlos Sulrado. Andy Wesnewski. Sean Barr. Dax id
lrbour, Dwighl Osborne. 2nd Row QL to RJ Cuarh Mike Guest, Todd Jeffriev- Barbara Alnsky, Bill Equilz, Lisa Milton, Daryl Mallet, Craig Barton.
lelill Riclnrda, Tony Vilgilte, Paul Crabb. Coach Klyne Kadlubek. 3rd Row ll. ln Rl Gary Wesloski, Tony Gonzales, Eileen Lepis, Andrew Fuentes..
in Calm, Mltl Pescle, Vickie Vargas, Beth Summers. Cari Walsh, Tim Woodfin. 4th Row lL to Rl .loyve Kroturr, Katie Murphy, Ginn Fisvur., Jenny
lilln. Kuey Craig. Angel Utratn. Jennifr Hudspelh, Kurt Randolph. Jenny Ze-lm, Gail Durham.
Katie Murphy Greg Scaffidi
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The Valencia Varsity Boys' Track Team proved
very valuable in the 1934- season. They all had a
positive disposition along with an all out desire to
win and improve themselves. The Tiger team won
the Bellflower Invitatioal Sweepstakes. During the
season outstanding performances were made by
Dave Winters, Darren Stout, Brian Gray, and Peter
Hohenbrink. Winters had the best mark in the
county for the discusg Stout has made excellent per-
formances pole vaultingg Gray has excelled in his
hurdling, and Hohenhrink did a terrific job with
thelong and triple jump. Although Dennis Houser
was only a sophomore, he was the number 1
sprinter on the varsity team. Two freshmen, Billy
Tovar and Dave Lakeman, were also good enough
to be on the varsity team. With these young
athletes already on the varsity team, Valencia can
look forward to rewarding years in the futre also.
At press time varsity track team was undefeated in
Flores Chip Llddlcoal .lim Turk
Ken Remdl. Robert Acewes, Bol-
Towle, Dennis Murphy.
Chris Lugo 81 Kevin McBride
.l0hrl Mosely David Shores Si Jim Turk
Peier Hohenbrink Dave Lakeman
Dawe Wmters .llm Towle
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This year the track season has been a successful
one. This is a reward due to the hard work that all
the girls have put into their workouts. Their
workouts would depend on the event they are in.
Distance runners have different workouts. They
spend one day on roadwork consisting of 5 to 7
miles. Other days they run on the track running 6-
10 quarters at race pace. Sprinters do almost the
same workouts. They work out on the track one day
158 SPRING SPORTS
and others they have Technique days. Some of the
girls are involved in more than one event. The
girls' track team has put out real hard work and it
shows in their competitions. Recently, the Valencia
Track Team was invited to the Bellflower Invita-
tional in which the Valencia team won first place.
In this competition, Nancy Nieuwlandt received an
award for Most Valuable Athlete. This year, the
tional, our team like in other competitions w
first place. Dionne Garner received the award 1
Most Valuable Athlete in this competition. Some
the outstanding performances were by Stacy Blat
Nancy Nieuwlandt, Annette Normandeau, Dion
Garner, Mary Kenny, Terri Allen, and Stephai
girls have done a great job. In the Valencia Invita-
Good Joh Girls!!
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Front Row fL to Rl Steffie Strauss, Dawn Lucas, Kim Stewart ,
Reynolds. Second Row KL to Rl Pam Shader, Valerie Olsen, Dawn Zimmerman, Kelly Tsujioka, Bertha Luna, Liz Donovan, Cindy Snider, Joan
Maria, Heidi Fancher, Nadine Saito. Third Row QL to Rl Jennifer Olsen, Fawn Cano, Julie Neiuwlandt, Nancy Nicuwlandt, Robin Bailey, Mary K4
ney, Bev Ridgway, Suunne Corona, Karen Gray. Fourth How QL to Rl Joanna Rees, Jenny Wilson, Sue Normandeau, Kin Biggs, Kim Taylor, Gisl
Paulsen, Annette Normandeua, Terri Allen, Laura Kenney. Top Row QL to RJ Coach Dolen, Suzanne Storey, Lila Naffa, Andi Hensel, Kathy Traeg
Nancy Rudi, Mona Fanda, Monique Kelley, and Coach Cummins.
Paulsen, Dana Lucas, Jeanette Scialdone, Tracy Tinnessen, Julie Avalos Mice
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Mary Kenney Stacey Blank
Sehoenhaum in the hurdles.
Coach Cummins emphasized personal progress as
well as team unity. His attitude was to always strive
for the best. Also to have a good attitude towards
team members as well as competitors.
The Froshfsoph Track team took off with flying
:olors. They had a great season as they also trained
younger runners for the future. Outstanding per-
formances were made by Eric Weiske in the quarter
mile, Billy Emmel in long distance, and Dave
Chris 0'Brien, Matt Picknz-y, Craig Dickens, David Lakeman. Coach
Alexander, Greg Almgren. Yen Pham, Str-we Turino. Row 3 ll. to Rl
John Malin, Brandt Yates, Eric Weiske, Mark Castillo, Martin Porter, Dave Srhoenhaum. Tom Reid. Bottom Row IL to RJ Gary Hefner, Ge-urge Lyles.
Billy Emmel, Bart Rodriguez, Henry Gee, Brad Hull, Sean Turk.
FROSHXSOPH TRACK Top Raw LL to Rb Coach Harry Dolen, Donald Winters,
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Marv Briggs: 10th Grade
Gary Jones: 1 2th Grade
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N EXPERIENCES WI T H
TEACHERS AT VALE CIA
After four years, a Senior can remember quite a
few experiences as a student. The following is a
record of a few experiences of Seniors in
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with a whole bunch of essay questions to answer. At
the end of the period when we were supposed to be
done, Ihad only finished about half of my test. This
would have really hurt my grade and so the teacher
offered to let me come in and finish it before
school. That didn't work out, and so he said I coul
come in during another one of his classes to finis
it, but that didn't work either.
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let me finish it during our classtime. Actually, h
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unfair to the students, and because I could hav
gone home and cheated. But because it would hav
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enjoyed her class because she always took the time
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never told me to ask her later or anything, but stop-
red right then to help me out. Because of this, I
earned a lot from her during the two years I had
I remember sitting in my accounting class one
lay. We were just getting started with debits and
credits. My teacher was trying to explain that you
couldn't have two debits and one credit, that you
had to have a credit for each debit. The teacher
started hopping on one foot in front of the room.
The whole class started to laugh. After laughing for
a while, he stopped us and stated that you can't
walk without using your other leg, just like you
can't credit without debiting. I will never forget
that day in class and how I learned to debit and
I'll never forget him because he would always
call me "Sunshine" and I would be able to go in
and talk to him every day after school.
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day. He sat down in the class in my seat and acted
just like me. I could see the way I was to him and I
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1983 Championship May Iife's richest blessings be yours.
Football Team. Class Love,
Edmund M. Ponce Dad 8t Mom
You made me who I am
All our Love - You are a part of me,
Donna Jacqueline Sharing everything under the sun
From Mom, Dad, and Dave. A laugh, a tear, the endless times of fun.
For you are there, for you are all my friends.
We love you.
Dad and Dianne.
Class of '84'
Go for it.
The best of Luck to
you in the future.
Mom and Dad
Well, looks like this is goodbye to Valencia. Time for Navy boot-
camp now. Oh well . . . good luck in your last two years sis and
tease your parrot for me, will you? I leave my nutant powers
behind for anyone who wants to use them. And finally, I reveal
my secret. My locker wouIdn't lock all my Senior year and I used
it anyway, and no one knewl Bye for now.
Mike White 1984
To my Best Pals, 3
Well the year's over and we are out of school finally. I want you
guys to know tat I sure enjoyed your friendship and your sup-
port when I was down. I will never forget the good times and the
bad times we had together. Like going to CarI's Jr. on Saturday
nights. Also running the stop signs when we would go out to
lunch. I wish you both the best in everything you do in the
future. See ya this summer it is going to be a blast.
e and Friendship Always, Lisa-Ann Z
IWNF - All four leadership camps, snow lights 81 raids. CRASH
8t THRASHQ of course, Wiennielwang 4-everg CB 81 the buns,
when Terry went frog hunting Q Sadies, all the soccer buds
love Dr. JH, t-ping wl108g powder puffs: MK's toga: the float.
Minnie, Cher, Wet, Turtle Q Cat. Island, Summer 83 wlBreng
Mole. Winning in Football Always love to VHS, lesp. Class of 84l,
ne Mitch . . .jg E.T. pizza runs - lost-sking wlthe gang. MY
Congratulations Gelareh. Thanks for
- To all the people that I Ioveg Barb, Robin, Heather, Minna,
Makmg us so proud' Gesila, mom, Tim Chang, and my Jack. Thanks lor a great year
All 0Uf love, and don't forget our good times!
Grandma 8- Grandpa Love, Becky Jungkeii
Thanks Valencia High School lor four of lho most wonderful To the senior class
Yew' of ml' "'e- Congratulations
Gemeh E K The Tesoros Staff
IWNF: French Club, Mr. Borning's Biology class, Miss Kennedy's
Am. Lit., Shakey's Bunch-a-Lunch, yearbook '83, yearbook '84,
Leadership Mr. Davis, Uncle Jones, Mr. Kittilson, Mrs. Smith, Mr.
Sell, Mr. Cozort, My tardies to zero period, How to succeed, all
my friends, all my teachers, the staff, Mr. Vasquez calling me
"trouble maker," and everything that happened in the past four
I won't ever forget all the lun times we've shared together.
You're one special guy that I will always remember. Have the
best senior year ever, and good luck alwaysl
I love you,
years' Gemreh Marlene
Nicki, IWNF: All the great times I had at Valencia. French Club, the lun-
Always strive to do the very best and you will be the best. cheon's even with GhoIe's blckerlhg, lunches wlth C.H., E.F.,
Love, J.H., H.K., Mlss Kennedy's Am. Llt., yearbook 84, Computer
Dad at Mom Club, and all my friends who put up with me.
Class of '84'
Bill cam pell
Abrams, Alan M.
Aceves, Maria I.
Aceves, Raymond L.
Aceves, Robert L.
Aceves Jr., Salvador R.
Ackermann, Marie E.
Acosta., Jose Luis
Acosta, Joseph D.
Adams, Jeffrey S.
Adams, Justin 2 7, 6
Ai, Minh Canh
Ai, Thanh Tonn
Alam, Mumtaz B.
Albee, Michael P.
Alexander, Sergio A.
Alfaro, Sergio H.
Allen, Theresa I.
Allen, Gelb M. Dolly
Allen, Gelb Veronica G.
Almgren, Caryn L.
Almgren, Gregory J.
Alpert, David M.
Alpert, Samantha M.
Alsky, Barbara A.
Alvarado, Gina A.
Alvarez, Juan J.
Alvarez, Paul A.
Alves, Steven C. 76
Amoroso, Maria V.
Anderson, Stephen E.
Angus, Robert L.
Antonik, Michael P.
Aratari, Kevin T.
Archer, Christopher K.
Ardent, Joseph N. 1 76 Balling, Michele M. 1 61
Arenas, Brett E. 74, 190 Barbour, David 1 71
Arganda, Robert L. 190 Barlow, Sandra L. 26, 78, 85
Armenta, Enrique 1 64 Barnett, Laurie A. 1 61
Armes, Tania R. 1 76 Barnhart, Troy 1 64
Arnold, John J. Barr, Chris L. 191
Arns, Stephanie L. 76, 1 90 Barr, David S. 164, 1 81
Arrizon, Virginia J. 1 90 Barr, Dawn M. 1 76
Arther, Geoffrey G. 65, 190 Barr, Sean M. 191
Askier, Kevin D. 1 64 Barriga, Helen 1 76
Astbury, Debbie A. 164 Barry, Christina T. 85
Astbury, Mark A. 85 Bartley, Scott C. 3 66, 68, 76, 78
Attanasio, Robert J. 1 7 6 85
Auge, Debra Ann 1 64 Bartley, Susan J. 66, 176
Augenstein, Dawn C. 190 Barton, Craig 64, 1 76
Ault, Darla A. 1 90 Barton, Kevin M. 190
Autro, Brad D. 1 64 Basquez, Angie 1 64
Avalos, Janie 69, 70, 85 Basquez, Tony 1 64
Avalos, Julianne M. 1 7 6 Bass, Kimberly 85
Avalos, Julie A. 78, 123, 164,172 Baum, HeatherJ. 65, 190
Avalos lll. Jose 64 Baum, Michael J. 164
Avila, Valerie J. 85 Bayle, Amy 164
Ayala, Aurora R. 85 Beard, David J. 1 90
Ayala, Efren 1 7 6 Beard, Robyn M. 1 76
Ayala,'Raul 1 90 Beard, Ryan C. 85
Ayala, Vivian A. 190 Beard, Tracy
Ayer, Carole L. 1 90 Beaudry, Joseph L. 1 76
Ayer, Kimberly A. 1 64 Beghtol, Adam 1 76
Aylsworth, Thad C. 1 76 Beghtol, Jason R. 1 90
Ayvazian, Carmen 1 76 Bellgraph, Paul C. 86
Ayvazian, Lena 164 Benavidez, Debra T. 78, 1 64
Benet, Julie Ann 1 90
Bennett, Carol B. 74, 75, 188, 190
Benson, Bradley T. 1 76
1 Bentley, Brett M. 1 76
Bentley, Todd W. 86, 1 1 0
Benton, Troy L. 1 76
BabMU,RmuhHJ. 114,176 EZQESHQTEQQQP Q2
Baer, Tammy B. 69,163, 164 Berry bannaM. 164
Bagger, Pamela 190 Berryl Ronald S. 86
Bagger' Stephame L 1 90 Berryman, Marlene V. 86
Bahafv hal' I 17 6 Berryman, Michael A. 1 7 6
Baharpvurg Hamm 85 Bevans, Michael D. 164
Bailey, Robin J. 29, 85 Bice, Randy L. 86
Baker, Glenn H. 190 Biggs, Kimberly 1 76
iirchard, Michelle 1 90
iirosak, Daniel M. 86, 9 7
Flack, Andrea M. 1 64
Ilackard, Debra 1 76
lackburn, Kelly M. 1 64
lackstone, Debra 1 7 7
lanchard, Christopher 1 7 7
llank, Stacey 69, 1 63 1 64
llanton, Barbara 190
Blanton, Daniel W.
llomlie, John 190
llomlie, Susan 1 7 7
ockman, David A.
ockman, Jon 190
oehler, Kimberly 68 1 90
Ioggs, Shannon M. 1 7 7
Ioicourt, Ted J. 1 90
Iooher, Todd W. 1 7 7
orcherding, Christy A. 190
ordwell, John A. 190
ordwell, Robert C. 86 108
org, Danette 86
orrero, Joel T. 190
osman, David R. 1 90
Bosman, Michelle 1 64
owers, Sam E. 114, 177
Bradshaw, Jeffrey 1 7 7
ramble, Denise M. 86
ramble, Jerry 114, 164
retto, Gail B. 65 191
rewer, Michelle M. 86
rewer,TammyJ. 68, 125, 177
ridge, Elizabeth A. 30, 163, 164,
1 69, 1 76
ii ridge, Russell W. 1 7 7
13 riggs, Kim 7 7
ll roberg, Scott M. 87
II roberg, Steve W. 1 9 1
II rochtrup, Christina 1 9 1
rochtrup, Regina A. 30, 87
Bruce, Beth A. 76, 191
Bruce, Matthew 87
Bruce, Paul G. 191
II rugger, Robert D. 1 9 1
II rundahl, John
II rundahl, Mark A. 1 7 7
runk, Scott A. 191
Brunk, Timothy R. 1 7 7
Bruns, Laurie 19 1
Bryan, Nicolette 164
Bryant, Elaine M. 164
Buck, BillS. 45, 116, 163, 164
Buelna, Colette M.
Buenrostro, Guillermo 1 7 7
Buenrostro, Jorge 1 9 1
Buenrostro, Ramiro 1 9 1
Bumgardner Jr., Charles H. 1 9 1
Bunce, James W. 87
Bunn, Christopher 1 9 1
Burch, Todd 78 165
Burciaga, Antonio P. 1 14, 1 7 7
Burk, Jonathon A. 1 7 7
Burk, Renee P. 87
Burke, Alice J. 7 8 1 6 5
Burke, Edward A. 87 103
Burke, Erin M. 69 165
Burke, Timothy J. 1 7 7
Buttermore, Tracy M. 1 7 7
Buxbaum, Sheri 1 9 1
Byrd, Matthew N. 1 9 1
Calhoun, Kelly S. 1 7 7
Callahan, Carol 3 1 , 7 7
Camacho, Estella 7 7
Camarena, Gina M. 1 74, 1 7 7
Camberos, Arcelia 87
Camberos, Christina 1 7 7
Camberos, Martha M. 1 9 1
Campanis, Andrea B. 1 7 7, 1 86
Campanis, Jimmy A. 77, 1 16, 163, 165
Campbell, Todd 87
Campos, Teresa F. 1 7 7
Canales, Joseph G. 1 9 1
Canchola, David B.
Cano, Fawn D. 165
Carder, Shannon 1 9 1
Carlson, Dale R. 68, 87
Carlson, Jeffrey P.A. 76, 191
Carlson, Jennifer 76, 191
Carlson, Jessica 76, 191
Carmona, Marisol 1 7 7
Caro, Lilia M. 1 9 1
Carranza, Elida 87
Carranza, Pedro 1 7 7
Carrera, Jose E. 191
Carrera, Martina 1 7 7
Carruth, Barbara D. 1 65
Carter, Andrew W. 1 9 1
Carter, Kelly L. 164, 1 65
Carter, Shelley L. 174, 177
Castaneda, Robin L. 1 9 1
Castellano, Christine 66, 1 7 7
Castillo, Elaine 1 9 1
Castillo, Maria E. 1 9 1
Castillo, Mark K. 1 9 1
Castillo, Robert W. 165
Castillo, Yvonne F. 165
Castro, Benjamin P. 1 9 1
Castro, Jennifer K. 125 177
Castro, Lorraine 1 9 1
Castro, Michelle R. 29, 87
Castro, Thomas M. 64, 78, 177
Caudle, Christa L.
Caulford, George 1 9 1
Cazessus, Raymond 1 9 1
Cedillo, Marlene 31 175, 177, 182
Cedillo, Robert 1 9 1
Cervantes, Cesar 1 6 5
Cervantes, Laura Jo 1 9 1
Chacon, Ernestine T.
Chacon, Julie 1 9 1
Chadwick, Erinn Mari 1 89, 1 9 1
Chambers, Brian 1 9 1
Chambers, Wayne M. 87
Chang, Jeen 66, 78, 90
Chang, Tim 67, 78, 79,90
Chase, Carol L. 90
Chase, Marilyn R. 1 7 7
Chau, Hung Minh 1 9 1
Chavez, Carolina 1 7 7
Chavez, David A. 1 14, 1 7 7
Chavez, Irma 1 9 1
Chavez, Jerry H. 1 78
Chavez, Lizbeth M. 1 7 8
Chavez, Maria E.
Chavez, Sylvia 1 6 5, 1 9 1
Chen, Wendy 1 78
Cherepko, Stacey A. 1 9 1
Chernok, Alida 165
Chin, Soo Hwan 1 9 1
Ching, Theodore H. 1 7 8
Choi, Bong C.
Choi, Christine J. 1 9 1
Choi, Glenn E. 178
Choi, Steve 1 7 8
Chou, Len P. 191
Chou, Su H.
Christy, Jason E.
Cbua, Selwyn W.
Churchill, Timothy G.
Clark, Christian L.
Clark, Kelly Jean
Clark, Susan L.
Claxton, Brent A.
Clay, Kenneth F.
Cloutier, Keith J.
Cobb, Connie ,
Coburn, Janene M.
Coburn, Kyle 69, 189 192
Cohen, Alyson J. 162 165
Cole, Tracey A. 7 7 1 78
Collins, Annette L. 1 9 2
Collins, James E. 1 7 8
Collins, Kelly L. 1 9 2
Colquitt, Cynthia N. 90
Compani-Vala, Lili 1 78
Conley, Christopher 1 9 2
Conn, Jerry 1 7 8
Conner, Maria M. 1 78
Conner, Michael L. 1 9 2
Conrad, Gregory R. 90 1 1 1
Constantino, Angela C. 1 78
Constantino, Damien A. 1 92
Convey, Allison M. 90
Cooper, Chad S. 1 1 4, 1 78
Cooper, Craig A.
Cornelius, Susanne M . 1 65
Corona, Suzanne 1 9 2
Corra,KimC. 64, 126, 127, 178
Cortes, Nazario R. 1 9 2
Cortez, Dairyn R. 68, 78, 1 65
Cossios, Maria G. 69, 78, 128, 163,
1 6 5
Counts, Heidi 7 5, 1 9 2
Covarrubias, Marie D. 1 6 5 1 7 8
Crabb II, Paul F. 165
Craig, Kasey B. 1 92
Cranick, Michael 79
Crawford, David E. 64 1 78
Cripps, George E. 77, 90
Crowder, Jeff D. 90
Crowley, Dana E. 69, 90
Cruz, Alfred Joh 90, 1 65
Cruz, Debbie A. 1 92
Cruz, Gregory J. 1 9 2
Cruz, Jon 64,67, 165
Cruz, Julie N. 67, 125, 178
Cruz, Michael E. 1 92 Cunningham,
Shaun P. 1 7 8
Curiel, Candy M. 1 92
Curiel, Cindy M. 1 78
Curran, Brendan C.
Cyr, Sharon M.
Cyrus, Deborah K.
D Alessandro, Frank M.
D Alessandro, Sandra M
Dalitz, Michael L.
Dang, Chinh D.
Dang, Doan-Trang T.
Dang, Long P.
Dang, Mai K.
Dao, Duc Van
Dastyck, Diana R.
Daugherty, Kelly M.
Davis, Jeffrey M.
De Anda, Keir
De Bruhl, Debra L.
De Brubl, Veronica A.
De Filippo, Dana M.
De Filippo, David
De Graaf, Laurel
De La Riva, Thomas
De Priest, Neal A. '
De Risio, Chris M.
De Risio, Joseph M.
Deacy, John M.
Decker Jr., Robert H.
Debnert, Mark M.
Del Rio, Carmen
Delgado, Ana Maria
Denton, Dena Ann
Di Filippo, Jacqueline I.
Di Sario, Lori E.
Diaz, Michael K.
Dickens, Craig P.
Dickinson, James B.
Dickinson, Susan T.
Digiambattist, Jeannie C.
Do, Hieu D.
Dobley, Ronald W.
Dominguez, Guy A.
Donovan, Barbara E.
Donovan, Jeanene M.
Doria, Debbi A.
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31, 179, 187
Dorr, Mindi L. 91
Dorritie, Adam 1 72
Doyle, Denise M. 1 95
Drey, Kelly 1 7 ,
Duarte, Vicki L. 1 73
Duarte, Vincent 1 6
Dumoski, Melissa K.
Dumoski, Staci A. 1 9 2
Dunham, Karen 1 66
Dunham, Nick C. 192
Dunne, Holly M. 1 79
Duran, Christine M. 1 66
Durham, Cameron, 1 79
Durham Gail B. 1 30
Dutill, Diane S. 1 79
Eakin, Cindy J. 1 66
Earhart, David O. 69, 9 1
Earhart, Elizabeth 17 9
Ebling, Maria R. 76, 78, 91
Echeverria, John A. 92
Eckenrode, Linda R. 76, 1 26, 1 27, 1 79
Edwards, Becky A. 92
Ebli, Deniell 1 79
Elfring, Kimberly S. 92
Elfring, Kristin M. 1 79
Elliott, Bryan D. 1 92
Elmore, Colette M.
ima, Stephen R.
lngle, Amy S.
lngler, Gregory Le
lngler, Regina M.
Enright, Joseph M.
lscallier, Laura E.
scamilla, Jorge L.
spinoza, Regina L.
squivel, Martin M.
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eldman, Kenneth P.
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erguson, Erin L.
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irmes, Tamie K.
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isher, Scott H.
lammini, Mario V.
lin, Elaine S.
lint, Carl E. 7 4
lippin, Cynthia C.
Flippin, Kathleen I.
Flores, Andrew S.
Flores, Jose L.
Flores, Liz M.
Flores, Rosa M.
Fong, Emily C.
Forsythe, Sheila K.
, 75, 125
29, 78, 92
Foster, Kimberly D. 92 Garten, Joseph W. 17 9
Foster, Maureen E. 193 Garver, Keli 7 7
Fowler, Carolyn 166 Gastelum, Alicia G. I 66
Fox, James P. 1 66 Gaytan, Sandra 193
166, 177 Gee, Christine E. 47 193
Francisco, Gina M. 166 Gee, Frank K. 166
Francisco, Tawnya 7 4, 19 3 Gee, Henry S. 19 3
Franck, Jeffrey Al 193 Gee, Lisa M. 166
Fred, Minna K. 27, 93, 97 Gelow, William 193
Friedl Jr., James W. 114, 1 79 Georges, Christina M. 193
Frome, Delain 66, 76, 93 Germaine, Darin 179
Frome, Robert 93 Geske, Dawn M. 126, 12 7 179
Fuentes, Andrew 193 Giambalvo, Michael V. 166
Fuentez, Joel 93,110, 118,119, 121 Gibson, Jennifer I. 76 193
Gaez, Irma 77, 193
Gaez, Ricardo 26, 67, 69, 166
Gagnon, Jeffrey A. 179
Gallant, Nancy R. 193
Galloy, Laureen 93
Galllup, Michelle M. 179
Gallup, Ward 93
Galvan, Jesus M. 193
Galvez, Amelia 1 79
Galvez, Andrew 124, 1 9 3
Galvez, Patricia 1 93
Gant, Anthony R. 1 79
Garavito, Joe F. 69, 166
Garcia, Abel 0. 93
Garcia, David 26, 84, 93
Garcia, Randy J. 118, 166
Garcia Jr., Ronald 1 66
Gardea, Cesar 69
Gardea, Maria C. 166
Garner, Dionne 7 7, 128, 166
Garner, GenniC. 77, 166, 175
Garner, Trevor A. 93
Garoutte, Sarah A. 126, 166, 183
Garrett, Dawn 179
Garrett, Tammy M. 179
Gibson, Judith A.
Gilbert, Denise M.
Gilbert, Jessica L. 167
Gill, Luis 1 9 3
Gilpin, Julie C. 93, 94
Gilvin, Julie A. 93
Gilvin, Michael J. 179
Glassman, Alethea L. 16 7
Glassman, Cavan L. 70, 93
Glover, Lore 9 4
Golden, William T. 17 9
Gomez, Catrina 94
Gomez, John 16 7
Gomez, Lisa 7 5 19 3
Gomez, Orlando 9 4
Gomez, Renee 17 9
Gomez, Robert F. 99
Gonzales. Anthony M. 180
Gonzales, Carlos 180
Gonzales, Hilda 16 7
Gonzalez, Bertha 1 79
Gonzalez, Edith 66, 67, 167
Gonzalez, Jose 193
Gonzalez, Lidia 193
Gonzalez, Marisol 19 3
Gonzalez, Ricarda 94
Gonzalez, Thomas C. 64, 180
Gonzalez, Tony C. 180
Gonzalez, Virginia 193
Gough, Charles A. 167
Gough, Michael D.A. 193
Goulet, Anthony L. 1 9 3
Govea, Eduardo 66, 1 93
Gower, Dan M. 1 9 3
Granger, Angela R. 128, 175, 180
'Grauer, David 78, 94
Graves, Tracey 193
Gray, Brian C. 7 1, 94
Gray, David C. 1 80
Gray, Karen 3 1 , 1 80
Green, Kimberley E. 1 80
Green, Lisa A. 1 93
Green, Lynn H. 193
Green, Sharon M. 193
Green, Susan R. 193
Green 111., Gerald W. 68, 167, 170
Greenleaf, Cher 167
Gregory, Brett J. 189, 193
Grenier, Andrew T. 64, 66, 78, 130,
Greunke, Tina M. 1 6 7
Gross, Tiffeny R. 7 3
Grossi, Maurice D. 1 6 7
Gruschus, Thomas W.
Guerrero, Donald J. 1 6 7
Guerrero, Javier G. 1 6 7
Guerrero, Paul M. 76, 167,168,170
Guerrero, Richard D. 1 94
Gula, John Brian 194
Gustafson, Eric R. 26, 94
Gutierrez, Francisco 69, 16 7
Guzman, Elizabeth 194
Gwosdof, Adam S. 77, 79, 82, 94
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Hackman, Bradley E. 1 94
Hackman, Carrie E. 66, 94
Hagemeister, Steve 180
Hager, George C. 194
Hague, Bradley J. 76, 1 94
Hales, Brian D. 194
Hall, Bradley 1 94
Hall, Jeff J. 94
Hall, Keith 1 67
Hall, Trea 94
Hamelin, William J. 1 94
Hammond, Jennifer E. 76, 78, 95
Hammond, Mark C. 194
Hansen, Ivor L. 1 80
Hansen, Kelly Jo 74, 75, 194
Hansen, Terri R. 27, 95, 1 26
Harder, Kevin L. 1 80
Harenberg, Christine 7 4, 7 6, 7 8, 9 5
Harenherg, Lisa 76, 1 94
Harrell, Devy 1 94
Harris, Sean W. 1 80
Harrison, Alan M. 1 94
Hartmann, Therese S. 1 94
Ham, Matthew W. 1 67
Harvey, Jacqueline 167
Harvey, Michael L. 95
Haskell, Mark 194
Hassis., Robert L. 1 80
Hawkins, Chameron 64
Hawkins, Valerie 64, 194
Hawthorne, Kimberley A. 76, 95
Hayden, Brian C. 194
Hayden, Laurie A. 26, 7 1, 95
Hayes, James P. 64, 167
Hayes, Matthew J. 1 94
Hayes, Norman R. 1 6 7
Heacock, Douglas J. 1 80
Heacock, John D. 194
Heard 111., William N 1 94
Heath, Robert J.
Heavener, Mark 1 6 7
Hebers, Nancy 64
Hebert, Scott A. 194
Hebert, Virginia S. 1 2 5 1 80
Heck, Pamela S. 7 7 1 80
Heffner, Gary Wayne 124, 194
Heiden, Kurt M. 95
Heiser II., Darrel D. 95
Henderson, Lisa D. 1, 66 167
Henry, Jonjay 95
Henry, Phillip E. 1 6 7
Henry, Rebecca A. 1 80
Hensel, Andrea L. 1 6 7
Henbers, Beverly J. 1 94
Herbers, Nancy 78, 95
Herman, Michael 194
Hermosillo, Joseph J. 74, 1 94
Hernandez, Edaena R. 167
Hernandez, Edmund 26, 93, 95, 96
Hernandez, James C. 194
Hernandez, Maria E. 67, 69, 194
Hernandez, Marina 6 7 1 6 7
Hernandez, Nery L.
Hernandez, Paula L. 194
Herrell, Robert M. 7 5 1 80
Herrera, Robert J. 95
Herrera Jr., Nacho 114, 180
Hicks, Xavier A. 1 14, 180
Hill, Jennifer J. 194
Hines, Jeannine M. 96
Hipolito, Ann D. 125 167
Hitchcock, Linda D. 180
Ho, Co Nghiep 167
Ho, Vinh N. 194
Hoekstra, Heidi J. 7 5, 1 94
Hohenbrink, Peter A. 64, 67, 78, 96
Hoisington, Dana R. 65, 80
Holguin III., Ramon 96
Holi, Samuel K. 167
Holihan, Joseph R. 74 180
Holihan, Michael J. 1 94
Hood, Andrew D. 96, 106 1 1 0
Hood, Mark A. 1 80
Hook, Aaron 167
Hope, Trina L. 128, 175 180
Hornay, Yvonne 96
Horton, Lisa F.. 69 1 6 7
Horton, Tammy 16
Horvat, Denise 64, 19
Horvat, Michele A. 16
Houser, Dennis 18
Huang, Daniel 19
Huang, Fannie 16
Hubbard, Craig H. 18
Hubbard, Michael 9
Huckaba, Kelli 19
Hudson, Russell D. 19
Hudspeth, Jennifer 18
Hughes, Debra S. 78, 9
Hughes, Scott 9
Hults, Laureen F. 9
Hurd, Sandra K. 1 6
Hurtado, Guadalupe 16
Hurtado, Maria E. 18
Hurtado, Sergio M. 1 9
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Ishikawa, Mark R. 19
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ackson, Lisa A. 181 Keomany, Oumma 9 7
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acques, Steven P. 114, 162, 1 6 7 Khamsingratso, Bounmy 1 9 5
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lamison, Mary D. 96 Kiernan, Susan J. 97
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Varamillo, Frankie 168 Killeen, Brett A. 12 2, 195
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lauregui, Veronica 195 Kim, Julie 29, 94, 97
leffreys, Todd M. 64,130,181 Kim, Susie 66, 69, 78,168
lenkins, Sheri 1 8 1 Kim, Wanda 181
lennings, Jeffrey B. 97 Kirby, Kimberly J. 64, 97
lennings, Marcie A. 19 5 Kirkwood, Kamryn 1 95
lensen, Jeff M- 67. 168 Kirkwood, Lisa J. 18 1
limenez, Patricia M. 97 Kiste, Rachel A, 181
lohnsonq Alicia D' 168 Klem, Mark 4197, 103, 1 21
lohnson, Anne-Marie 1 9 5 Klement, Patty
Johnson, Deron 168 Klement, Paul 195
Johnson, Dondi W. 195 Kohlwey, Jeffrey W 168
Johnson, Heather J. 29, 83, 97 Kohlwey, Sheri 98
Johnson, Mark A. 79, 168 Kolberg,Jennifer L. 75, 126, 127,
Jones, Kevin 181 195
Jones, Monique R. 195 Kong, Hiu Wai 2 7
Jones, Pat 181 Kooiman, Bryan 195
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Judd, Christie D. 1 95 Kovacs, Kimberly 1 81
Iungkeit, Barbara J. 29, 44, 79, 83, Kovacs, Raquel L. 195
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Krotzer, Joyce N. 181
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KakuwJanK- 181 'E3Zll'l?23.D 123
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Karfumel, Vashida 111
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La Rue, David
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Lam, Tung Vi
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Landa, Ramona M.
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Langmead, Jason J.
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Laughlin, Sandra L.
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Lawrence, William W.
Lawson, Fred H.
Lawson, Mary A.
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Le, Anh Tuan
Le, Hong Anh T.
Le, Tram Anh T.
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Ledferd, Brandi M.
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Lenyi, Darin A.
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Libidinsky, Paul N.
Libidinsky, Staci O.
Liddicoat Jr., Austin H.
Lieng, Kheng l.
Lieng, Ngy S.
Limjoco, Oscar H.
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Linder, Lisa D. 181 Lira, Eugene
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Liskey, Michael W.
Long, Dayle W.
Long, Maurice R.
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Lopez, Manuel J.
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Lothian, Andrew J.
Louie, Timothy J.
Lowry, Chris L.
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Lucas, Dana Lynn
Luellen, Cecily D.
Lugo, Matthew R.
Luna, Mario L.
Luu, Ky B.
Lycett, Tracy E.
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Lyen, Catherine A.
Lyon, Michael S.
Mac Murtrie, Bryan D
Macedo, Andres A.
Mahler, Julie A.
Mahoney, Scott M.
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Mallett, Daryl F.
Malolepsy, Eric S.
Manos, David T.
Manriquez, Luis E.
Marchant, Armand Tod
Marr, Mitchell D.
Marr, Robert Jas
Marrero, Michael D.
Marsh, Maaika J.
Martin, David C.
Martine, Marc H.
Martinez, Alfredo J.
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Martinez, Donna L. 182 Menees, Jeffery S. 1'
Martinez, Jeff J. 67, 1 14 Menendez, Alicia 14
Martinez, Jill M. 27, 162, 168 Merchant, Todd 1
Martinez, John R. 67, 182 Merrero, Mike 1.
Martinez, Juan F. 69, 168 Michaels, Cheri 14
Martinez, Maria 67, 196 Miehaelson, Kimberly J. 76, 11
Martinez, Maria A. 67, 197 Michaelson, Tanya M. 11
Martinez, Miguel A. 99, 122 Miele, Janine 11
Martinez, Ronnie 168 Mikkelson, Edgar
Martinez, Sara P. 99 Miles, Jennifer M. lf
Martinez, Steven G. 17 5, 182 Militello, Kari 1'
Martinez, Valerie L. 168, 172 Militello, Mark J. lf
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McCabe, Denice L. 98, 99 129 Mirko, Mary E. 19
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McNeely7 Joe 1 96 Moctezuma, Lorena A. 1 6
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Medina, Pedro 196 Momtaz, Parvaneh J. 78, 100, 10
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Melcher, Jocelyn 7 7 196 Montoya, Cynthia L. 69, 16
Melia, John P. 114, 182 Mooney, Michael 1 67, 16
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Mendenhall, Wendy J. 182 Moore, Alisa M. 19
Mendez, Leornardo 168 Mora, Antonio 19
Mendez, Maria 1 68 Morales, Jessie 1 9
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Nguyen, Tuan 66, 169
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Nguyen, Vinh 169
Nguyen, Vuong B. 1 83
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Schoenbaum, David S. 199 Smith, Elizabeth N. 30, 7 1 1 06
Scholle, James T. 1 7 1 Smith, Kathleen 1 06
Schrepferman, Leslie 3 1 , 1 85 Smith, Macala P. 66 200
Schrepferman, Michelle 1 05 Smith, Marcia J. 66 106
Schulte, Julia K. 66, 68, 76, 105 Smith, Mark D. 66 185
Schulte, Timothy J. 185 Smith, Michael E. 66 1 85
Schultz, Derek 1 7 1 Smith, Nicko 200
Schumann, Laura 1 85 Smith, Pamela S. 30, 69 1 7 2
Schwebe, Lisa M. 1 7 1 Smith, Patrisha 200
Schwebe, Nicki L. 106 Smith, Shayne E. 1 7 2
Scialdone, Jeanette R. 1 85 Snider, Cynthia 200
Scolaro, Michael A. 199 Snow, Nichelle L. 200
Seki, Cathy 1 85 Solis, Jose Luis 1 7 2
Sepulveda, Gina M. 199 Solorsa, Steven A. 107
Serby, Peggy A. 1 06 Somers, Cheryl M. 1 85
Serna, Luis F. 1 7 1 Somers, Kimberly A. 1 07
Serna, Raul 1 85 Somerville, Jeffrey S. 200
Serrato, Jose 6 7 , 1 06 Sommers, Michael 1 7 2
Seung, Kuong K. 1 7 1 Sorensen, Christina A. 78, 1 07
Seymour, Julie A. 76, 1 85 Sotelo, Alma Delia 200
Shader, Pamela M. 68, 1 89, 1 99 Sotelo, Ana Luisa 1 7 2
Sharp, Kimberly R. 64, 68, 1 7 1 Sotelo, Bernarda, 190, 200
Sharp, Kurtis P. 2 7 , 1 06 Sotelo, Orlando 1 7 2
Shaw, Jason E. 1 1 4, 1 85 Sotelo, Victoria 1 85
Shields, Kristi Cac 1 06 Sou, Chanserey 200
Shih, Jim 1 85 Sou, Sotheary 1 85
Shirley, Colleen 69, 1 7 1 Spalione, Michele 1 07
Shirley, Glenn A. 1 85 Sparks, Claire D. 200
Shokes, Thomas H. 74, 200 Spindler, Stephanie 185
Shores, David V. 1 7 1 Spinelli, Gina M. 200
St. Croix, Edward A.
St. Onge, Sharra
Stafford, Robert D.
Steagall, Kimberly R.
Steele, Donald A.
Steele, Vernon C.
Stell, Debra Sue
Stempson, Jeff R.
Steuer, Tera Lynn
Stewart, Gary H.
Stich, Cheryl A.
Stich, Ralph E.
Stich, Sandra L.
Stipek, Kerri L.
Storey, Suzanne R.
Storey Ill Charles C
Stout, Darren R.
Straw, Kris D.
Street, Stacy M.
Street, Steven M.
Struck, Stephanie J.
Summers, Beth A.
Sun, David T.
Sun, Michael S.
Swartz Ill, Chester E.
Swinburg, Jennifer J.
Swinburg, Joey D.
Syndergaard, Jon E.
Tack, Sean L.
Tade, Jeffrey C.
Talfelski, Tammara M. 68, 180,
Takenaga, Phillip Y.
Talbert, Morgan W.
Tapper, Michele J.
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Taylor, Dawna E.
Taylor, James P.
Taylor, Kimberly D.
Taylor, Samantha R.
Taylor, Shannon R.
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Teague, Denise M.
Terrill, Ronald W.
Terrones, Irene R.
Tetreault, Paula D.
Thayer, Jennifer K.
Thomas, Jamie L.
Thomas, Jonathan K.
Thomas, Matt D.
Thompson, Linda K.
Thomsen, Karl J.
Tieu, Linh Tieu
Timmermans, Arnold F.
Timmermans, Wilbert V.
Toland, Rhonda L.
Tonnu, Lien Hoa
Torpy, Thomas E.
Ernest F. S.
Tourne, Lisa M.
Tout, Amanda C.
Towle, James D.
Traeger, Diane L.
Tran, Annie B.
Tran, Joe N.
Tran, Nhon D.
Trejo, Patricia A.
Trigsted, Ronda C.
Trinh, Hai T.
Trogden, John D.
Tsai, Hsin Yi
Tsai, Maggie 1. J.
Turino, Stephen S.
Turk, James W.
Turk, Michael S.
Turk, Tamara D.
Turman, Shelly A.
Ubanda, Francisco J.
Ubanda, Jose Luis
Uehara, Brian H.
Utrata, Angel M.
Valenzuela, Laura J.
Van De Putte, Todd R.
Van Denberg, Melissa
Van Corden, Lori A.
Van Gorden Il, Carl J.
Van Sant, Teresa
Van Trump, Gregory N.
Vang, Mey S.
Vargas, Marco Anto
Vargas, Vikki A.
Vasquez, James A.
Vasquez, John T.
Vasquez, Joseph M.
Vaught, Kelly L.
Vaught, Kristy J.
Venegas, Anna L.
Verdugo, David A.
Vilgiate, Anthony W. 130
Villalba, Ted M.
Vu, Nghia T.
Vu, Thu Ha T.
Vu, Tiep Viet
Walden, Gina M.
Walden, Robin A.
Walejko, .lane M.
Walker, Verenda D.
Wallace, Karey B.
Wallace, Kelly A.
Walling, Todd K.
Walsh, Carisa M.
Ware, Ervin C.
Watson, Arleen L.
Watson, Wayne W.
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White, Michael 110 W
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Whiteside, Vicki L. 173 Yang, Choua 201
Whittaker, Deborah I. 201 Yang, Teng Rheng 1 10
Wiggs, Jennifer A. 173 Yates, BrantA. 27, 188, 198, 201
Wilcox, David A. 187 Yates, Derrick A. 187
Wilder, Anat 17 3 Yim, Sang Gu 201
Williams, Keith W. 187 Yim, Tae-Jin 27, 77, 168 173
Williams, Myron 114 Young, Barbara A. 30, 76, 163 173
Williams, Steven L. 17 3 Young, David F. 111
Williams, Victor 187 Young, Lisa Ann 86 111
Willson, Jeffrey A. 173 Young, Michele C. 187
Willson, John L' 201 Young, Michelle R. 187
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The Faculty and Staff . . . for their extreme cooperation with many of the pictures and copy in ou
The Coaching Staff. . . for putting up with our constant hassle about team photos and team information
Valencia Parents for trusting the staff by investing so early in the year the money for thei
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Pound Photography. . . for their tremendous help in making this yearbook so successful.
Placentia Merchants . . . for their fine support and contributions through advertising.
Friar Tux Shop fOrangej . . . for allowing us to borrow a few tuxedos for our staff photo.
Gary Photography . . . for graciously providing prints of teams we missed.
Mr. Bernie Davis . . . for his wisdom and super consultation.
. Mr. Bob Stephenson . . . for lending us his expert advice and being there when we needed him.
Mrs. Sarah Benton . . . for her tremendous artwork on our cover.
Mrs. Jeri Young . . . for her help in arra nging the aerial photo for the inside cover of the book.
Mr. Winters . . . for providing the use of his fine football photos.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller . . . for allowing us to pick from some football photos.
Mr. Richard Sinay . . . for putting up with us and working so hard.
Mr. Hal Polley . . . for providing the history of our school.
Foothill High School . . . for making a yearbook QI983j so worthy of being modeled.
Chez Cary . . . for allowing us to use their building.
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Mr. John Walcek . . . for his great photography., for his great prints, and for
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