Valhalla High School - Ragnarok Yearbook (El Cajon, CA)

 - Class of 1978

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The term llRagnarok" must have some deep, inner significiance that is not only symbolically profound, but intellectually stimulating as well ...why else would it be wafting through space? , ff jj J ei Zorphus: Well, whatever it was, it now floats behind us... Zulini: ...whirling culminating voyage Zorphus: Now how find a way back to Zulini: Are you trying to tell me we're subverted? Zorphus: Yes, that might be a reasonable assumption. Zulini: lsarcasticallyl That's just stupendous, Zorphus. Yes, just truly fine. Zorphus: Now, now Zulini, let's not get rancorous. on its never through space. about helping me our planet, Zulini, Zu1mufWhy 4. why, 1t's nmmensely grotesque and teemmq vvnth Infe' lt's . ut's awesome! Zorphus' Cm a trance? Couid it be? Zulmug Could at be what ZorphuS7 Zorphuse lstull un a trance5 Yes I do believe at most certamly as Zulamf I5 what Zorphus7 Zorphusz lt'S A ut1sut s THE SUBJECT MATTER PART ONE Spirit and Government ......... Fall Activities ........ Fall Sports ..,..... s PART TWO Performing Arts Winter Activities Winter Sports ...... PART THREE Other Clubs .......... Spring Activities Spring Sports .... PART FOUR Freshmen ....... Sopnomores ...... Juniors .,...,.. Seniors ........ PART FIVE Faculty .............. Advertisements. .......18 .......24 T56 .......74 .98 114 120 153 168 184 200 246 262 -qi !! I l I 4 l i I i l l i UIVIAN ENTERPRISE l I l l i l l i l l J I I l l i i tat- 1- .d Q. i . ...Q l l l l l i 1 ,JF It 1 F! I xx? , 'll 1131+ ug 1 1 'L .... Lllil n ll Il I -Q.. lil I1 I I I. . :Q I ' " O nl . 7YY -ex PAFRT ONE SPIRIT AND GiCJV'T Zorphus: This entire page has an extremely chaotic vraisemblence. Perhaps you could explain this whirlwind of vivacity. Pyle: Certainly. This 'lmass of disorder" that you are presently witnessing is merely Valhalla's Pep Club in action. This Pep Club, along with our bouncy cheerleaders, are responsible for igniting spirit here at the Enterprise. Zulini: Really? And how do they accomplish this feat? Pyle: Oh, by jumping around, waving their pom poms, and chanting wildly. Zorphus: Hmmm ...that must be an engrossing activity in which to view. Pyle: Yes, it certainly is . .. Zulini: Could you please, perchance, ventilate further on Valhalla's style of Governance? Pyle: Well, Valhalla's Student Government is divided into three branches, the first being a twenty-nve member group known as the House of Koening, ipronounced Coiningl. The second branch, called the House of Witengamot, ipronounced ...well . .. ah ...er . . . ?D is a 65-member body consisting of one representative elected from each advisorship. The third branch is an extension of Witengamot known as the Pantheon. This group consists exclusively of Freshmen who represent their otherwise isolated and separate class. Zorphus and Zulini: ??? Pyle: You seem confused, yet it is really very simple. 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'71 ' Q -wffgg.. len Albright Gail Baber Beck Jenny Bentley Kristin Browng Julie Bristolg Kerry Bullockg Ken Burdetteg Beth Chrestinang Cheryl Daulongg Leslie Daviesg Jeanene Dotson, Mary Dunhillg Joanne Durang Kathy Enghg Mary Espinoleg Cheryl Flowersg Tony Fuscog Jeff Goodallg Jennifer Grosskophg Karen Haptonstallg Larry Harrnseng Millie Hesterg Tori Holmesg Wendy Humphreyg Lisa Jungnitschg Andy Kakurisg Shari Kennardg Rich Mahaffeyg Marino Marinosg Jennifer Marteenyg Diedi Mills, Mark Monroeg Katie Montgomeryg Denise Murrayg Shelly Murrayg Levaun Neinastg Kelly Nicodeniusg Gay Nierodzinskig Tracy Palmerg Karen Pfeiferg Linda Pfeiferg Lisa Phillipsg Donna Priggg Jone Rodleyg Les Rossg Elie Sangerg Debbie Schiesierp Cynthia Seilerg Vince Speitalg Shawn Steeng Diane Stoneg Kim Stoneg HolIyaTomshanyg Mark Villarinog Penny Vincentg Ken Williamsg Lisa Woodsg Sandy Wrightg Katie Youngg..HOW Orator Jeff Gennette. House of Witengarnot members include Ruth Barnesg SheilaiBarringerg Sue Ba . 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Pyle: The head gear serves primarily as identification and protection. This sport can sometimes get rough and brutal: but it's all in good fun, of course. Zulini: Land sakes! What is that unsightly creature with the scaly epidermis and webbed appendages? Pyle: Oh, that's just another girl from our championship Swim Team . . . each one of them is another Wish out of water." That's why they're League Champs. Zulini: Look Zorphus, those two armored battalions are lining up on a gridded field for some sort of combat. Pyle: No, my friends, that's just a football game. The eleven men on each team try to get the ball into the opposition's end zone for six points, or a touchdown. Zorphus: But why are they brutally smashing their noggins together, releasing horrid shrieks of pain and otalgia? Pyle: Who knows? lVlaybe they just want to stay in good physical condition. Let's move down to the tennis courts: the girls should be practicing about now. Zorphus: 10-S? What's 10-S? I'm not familiar with that empirical formula. Pyle: It's a game closely related to ping pong but played on a much larger scale. It can also be compared to volleyball, where the players try to hit the ball back and forth over a net without letting it touch the ground. Zorphus: Hmmm ...It must require a great deal of quickness and dexteriosity. Pyle: Yes, and they have to be coordinated, too. If you look off into the distance, you can see our Cross Country runners striding over that hill. Zorphus: Cross Country? Do they actually traverse the whole country? Pyle: Well, no, but, they do put in a good many miles. In fact, our tough young Harriers have just completed an enjoyable 9-mile road run. Don't they look happy? Zulini: Where we come from, such torturesome expressions of paroxym and agony usually indicate excrutiating pain and discomfort. Pyle: Well, that's just one of the many differences between our two cultures. .- I . ,, L' 'P' I T. 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Row 2: Craig Buchman, Jeff Clayton, Rodney Barnes, Matt Nevins, Dan Hardman, Craig Wimsatt, Robert Schleiser. Row 1: Bob Thomas, Duane Parrette, Doug Webster, Mickey lVladdox, Keith Rizzo, Guy Fox, Joe Cutri. 28 Q , '.,. xi -Q iff 'li fl gl WV Dan Hardman Brad Nelson Keith Rizzo Chris Williams Allen Rudd John Gies Doug Shellstrom .2235 ' -- V r , vm, r -- - isa' H ?,i Xa 'X 1 H , x M ev q ,lfwn If ,FH J I 'Jr l gl' o Q 1 B Q.. 'I ,3 I' F rm il 4 H Y Q fl .. ff 94 nf 1 Q I +5 E 4 9? 4611 fm Ok. ?B4. Sag, W Q 5 f ? L Rugrgn Castillag Dan .v." I A I t DslmaFQna Q W., 9.lQ H2a !e2 C X .Q .L , 4, A . 3- It jg ".Z,A"'Rob my ' Q, 1 11 ' . .. - , ,i1:Q ' fiffi ' ' 'l"'3H,. V A A ,gif -- '-,ig-zi',g,E'x 3? nf Q, iw . - 1 4 fi . 9 I mg: N., 32 . . W-14?-12-' ,ggi 'M-f ' T'-vi v M. '--sf: 4 ,M sg. be ff ,: - -. ,:,,','5,:-e V. r' . , ,-g..4..,,.f.f-,- ,.,-- mt Y U VV M9 I , I UI owe most everything to football, in which I have spent the greater part of my life. And I have never lost my respect, my admiration or my love for what I consider a great game. And each Sunday, after the battle, one group savors victory, another groups lives in the bitterness of defeat. The many hurts seem a small price to have paid for having won, and there is no reason at all that is adequate for having lost. To the winner there is one hundred percent elation, one hundred percent laughter, one hundred percent fun, and to the loser the only thing left for him is a one hundred percent resolution, one hundred percent determination. And it's a game, I think, a great deal like life in that it demands that a man's personal commitment be toward excellence and be toward victory, even though you know that ultimate victory can never be completely won. Yet is must be pursued with all of one's might. And each week there's a new encounter, each year a new challenge. But all of the rings and all of the money and all of the color and all the display, they linger only in the memory. The spirit, the will to win and the will to excel, these are the things that endure and these are the qualities that are so much more important than any of the events that occasion them. And I'd like to say that the quality of any man's life has to be a full measure of that man's personal commitment to excellence and to victory regardless of what held he may be in." Vince Lombardi Submitted by Coach Russ Boehmke 33 --' - , .,.., V ,-f . 'W fi ' - - vi Jai-"" ' --,vm ,L J PM uf.. -ma. f 11,4,4.,..1,,f.n-"' ,vu -- 4 . Ll , ' ,- . A I .J 'M . ,, t .., .. ,,,,,i,, fx U 1 . 1- -... Q Qvv, Q 5. A 1 x N jitwnx 3 ., 4.,.. I ' - E 'K E k?1..FxX ' Y . , I-ff -L, E U V4 -,Stir V- yn- S K :TSA "I X .- . ' . gf' If A 11 . -M QQ 4 1 -" ,,,f7 T: -1g- ' 04 .Q an X, wx N v w , . in fl -1 .-", xA . Hg., 'bf 'A'--' if Su. Q- Q- A Q ' ,Wi 4 , '. ,N 5. 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Bottom row CL to Rl: Richard Rledmang Ron Urichg Corky Retsong Bob Le Lauring Eric Richmang Rocky Metcalfeg Tim Baggetg Ernie Pereag Coach Mills. Top row KL to RJ: Coach Peabodyg Chris Duncang Mike Astlefordg Scott Swaing Chris Burkhardtg Karl Shillingg Tim Riley. 27 Frosh- Bottom row CL to Rl: Kent Pickslayg Gene Graftg Lance Sevlerg Dan Magers. Top row CL to RD: Kurt Morang Ted Hughesg Mike Mitzlngasg Rich Brownsbergerg Coach Mills. 3l Girls- Janet Silverag Tara Slattong Caren Cummingsg Karen Senitag Cheryl Flowers. L AL .ul 1, ,,,.wwu-1 The 1977 Valhalla Cross Country squads are the most dynamic in the school's history. In the short time before the yearbook deadline on this write-up, the Varsity team, led by Senior Bob Monteverde, has shown its power by placing second at the South Bay Invitational and subduing Mount Miguel, and Granite Hills. A lot of the team's success is due to Valhalla's first H1000 Mile Summer" Club. The charter members, Pat King, John Boncher and Larry Zambrano, earned their way into the honorary organization by running 1000 miles from June lst to September lst, The squad is rounded out by the phenomenal Junior Mike Heibing and Matt Stenzel. The entire team ran in the last year's CIF Finals, earning seventh place and are determined to be in the running for the championship this year. In the first year of sanctioned competition, the Valhalla's Girls' Team is an instant success. Led by State Track Finalist Cheryl Flowers, the team has beaten Monte Vista, Mount Miguel, and Granite Hills in the early going. They invite all of you to come out and run for fun! The Junior Varsity also has an exciting team that's ready to take a league championship. Things look bright for next year's Varsity with Ernie Perea, Bob Le Laurin, and Eric Richman ready to put on a Varsity vest. The Freshmen under Coach Jerry Mills are more than impressive. Ted Hughes, Lance Sevier, and Rich Brownsberger are not only the teams leaders, they may well be the best three Freshmen in the league. All in all, this leaves the Norsemen with the most successful overall program in the country. Good Work, Harriers!! Coach Jim Peabody 9554 l 4l Cheryl Flowers 57 Ernie Perea, Rocky Metcalfe 65 Eric Richman 7l Rich Brownsberger A, I, 2 A ,,, f My vw! ,I 6 if J-lf' Q-A0 """" A 1 , 'S L , v v1-Zpgdqt. , , in ' fha , . - -'L , I- !.k.qV ,f U., . ,.u,,,4: . ,dh . .3 1ni1 g5Eu,-51-I .. VA ,4 z , :gig hw !a,,5:-Zffwfig -:W Q33 J1 7 , ' , , ' I N. H. 15,3-swf: rw QI-Tw! :,f. .,1.1 -fm: ff. ' Y wr , .ffl A L ..-, , i5i15n,:,',,..a 'f1'.L .lv LHEJLZ-, YY,, Wg, A ,'-ev' ' 1 ' . 1 V, H " Fav" Q ,W , ff-f JH 'H 1 A. . . . '55 5 . :-1955, -Q-:nv . -...b' ,y', I M 1 X vw VJ: 17 27 35 43 55 65 77 85 97 Vicki Hoffman Betsy Kronzer Gayle Davies Linda Ludwig Michelle Thomas Kristin Johnson Tawny Hood Sue Tolman Greg Louganis 1 i .L I 'i ,-5 xXx- l.,4 ---- ,- -qi' " ,gay 1 1 ., f":4',. , V ,NF upmf. 1 -Ml- x W, ,, ,,,,,, Ad! 'arm -,,,,sms .N Mg qs' 1 Ni Jar 'E E J ,,,, ""':-..,,,, 19 Assistant Coach Linda Meyer 23 Suzanne Harveyg Laura Combs M -., .iv Xa H W .,,fA Q ,ami .Q Wadi' 37 Lisa Gtterson 45 Susan Moore M 1.5-A. 53 Julie Crestman 69 Jennifer Marteeny 77 Michelle Thomas, Donna Bauerfeind 8? Coach Mimi Test 99 Joyce Havens-Team Mascot 109 Gayle Davies WWW. ' r ' fri.-1 .ef .Li CQ , . x 4.1 " 'WJ W- 1. . Wal .1vit..Q"" '1 if sjw 1' 17 Row 4: D. Bauerfeind: C. Nelson: K. Grider: K. Bowne: D. lVlarinos: L. Saterlee: R. Lewis: J. Pastore: IVI. Harvey: Row 3: T. Freit: T. Jacobs: S. Nlora: S. Laird: C. Seller: C. Small: R. Barnes: Row 2: C. Hardman: S. Sleignt: K. Heade: J. lVlarteeny: D. Hersom: S. lVloore: D. Hersom: Row 1: D. Dowe: S. Bauerfeind: IVI. Lewis, team captain: J. Oman: E. Ballard 27 Row 4 CL to R7: L. Peckenpaugh: L. Hamelehe: S. Harvey: J. Lenihan: K. Orlowski: N. Brullo: Row 3: B. Kronzer: lVl. Thomas: J. Bottger: S. Tolman: J. Faust: K. Johnson: Row 2: V. Hoffman: P. lvleyers: L. Snelstrom: G. Davies: K. Bruck: T. Hood: Row 1: D. Walters, L. Otterson: D. Stone: V. Klock: S. Tolman: B. Andrews 37 Row 4: C. Landry: S. IVloore: J. Bignell: T. Peirson: C. Wright: Row 3: IVI. Gastilg J. Chrestman: A. lvlarteeny: S. lVlurray: K. Young: Row 2: S. Trygsland: R. Daly: A. Giguere: L. Combs: Shari Kennard, team captain: K. lVlaier: Row 1: V. Kimball: J. lvluelnausen: D. Ballard: L. Jacobs: R. Ervin: E. Lackowski: B. Burns 47 CL to R7: E. Ballard: C. Bowen: D. Ballard: L. Ludwig: J. Drake, diving captain: D. Hartwell: Coach Greg Louganis 57 Norma Brullo shows spirit. 67 Lisa Peckenpaugh 77 Denise Hartwell ii-5 w V7 my S. 7 4-47 f -4- .hr .A"'.fi7 r . 1 -Us-.fl:i. ,fb fe . ' R, Q' , ,J E g,'..1l. I 7 If ' 'C 1 J , ' l it A 1, 5 Rfk . 1 7. A 3 .Nr ' jx -. Y . s ll"'i ll L".l l ' in- J.: 7: 11 l I Talib : g JE i J 'ills l i 7' i itll ' Y x' Q Ii ' , .x f ,Q 'A S 'ig - 7 rg X I y ,, 1 'l 'as 7 ,gurl 'zu ' , . 5 - Ki !,5".x H-'1 wx li- . hx xii. V -, rp!! fi ' 5' ' 'x 7 Q ' -L y .1 7 E K. ,F t:. lvQ.. XX 'K er- A -. . f' .l 4' "is 7 me d . ii 1 .: . ll. K ' b . lfxx N51 X A 'K ' l 'kk i"' ' ' if N-N . q-. 7 'K Qll 'gf ?:Vl" 41? Tffg i QT l':i'iQfl5'ljllffL3 7 . V L 1, if ' cll,'Elif5lf2Effl lil 'Mi . 1 A l at -i T the 5 1 yi if lg: . 1 ' T ' Cf it -135 -L--fl V 'N Y W Q .KAN , .. ...,l Wa As: L' L 4, ,!,, 'gig 'T 'J ft 3 1 ati ' . "V-ri! I7 I A V I S S 7 1 l 1 ' K fs-bf' A 4-3: ' . I xi . ..L Q : N. 4, .vyvx 1 4- 1 'sr N l Qlftvxjj' ," 'K. 'R NN ,f . ,,,4..,,,L,,,,,, U 2 f L f K - if-1 ix r f' ji ' hi- . RHS, 2 X j . IH? LY 'Y ' M . 1 ,gt.-""' 37 1 FT !1:.!i--!U.:IL!:-i.A--'ZEI:..:IE :.:' EE::II'F:5:'15-'liI5!:f3'IEl',l S37 l ll,l. till flll-ill e lp' A l is .-, .l., : 1 1 .l i ,Q . l . . l:l5lf.: 7 .l ag -All .1 ' in ll T ill S 7 1 i :li E i r- lf .f : 3 1 fe., Q1 .L-Y7 .4 A L :Q I . an - . A, ,L Q b I 7 ff I' 'Qi' -.N 1 ' 5 be - 1 I' , - . R If I I 1 it I bl: F, S-rm W7 , .---1 ' x 7 "' , : . l 7 U I f . A A J7 l , 7 ' 7 - .1 X A . ,Af mx if "J YrggVi,,..f', 1 7 A 3 A J ,nl nf ' ,r f , ,gg giiifgp nfl iw , f Ni W M .ll .,. --ved Jr, , liWe Can Because We Believe We Can"-an inspiration which has guided the Girls' Swim Team for three years, has continued to motivate this team in 1977. Clearly the strongest team we've ever had, Valhalla's girls have set the highest of all goals for this school year. While it is still early in the season and difhcult to assure our success, I feel very conhdent in predicting this to be our most successful season. The outstanding performance and recent victory at the Coronado Pentathlon paved our way into county recognition, A victory against Grossmont will assure the League Championship, a title which has eluded Valhalla for 3 years. Yet, the feeling of companionship, togetherness and the importance of meeting every challenge as one team remains the most important outcome of the season. With the help of team captains Julie Drake, lVlari Lewis, Shari Kennard and assistants Linda IVleyer and Deidee Palmer, the team has already shown the qualities and determination needed to be a championship team. For the last three years the total team record has been very impressive. The C team has yet to be defeated in dual meet competition, winning the title for 3 straight years. The Junior Varsity team has only lost one dual meet and will be striving to capture the team award this year. The Varsity team has only lost 3 dual meets, always placing second in the conference. With the addition of new blood and some outstanding incoming Freshmen, the team is capable of achieving the ultimate goal of a CIF championship. This year's team is clearly the most positive team we've ever had. Coach lVlimi Test I ' cm-- ' A ' 5 V, ,T i f ,. 1 ,TQ ' ', '65 14 1 3. ,,.:, ..,,, , ' K Q QF 02 67116 7 A .A ', C? f X 94 " f f ' t""l""' fer? Lf P7 cf ' 7 AJ Qi 'dice 2 deem Mm! 3 is-Qffig Tse? 552OCllJJr'r'-6 fgldef Ti ' 74 'fag , T 'J yi K 236 Q2 , -6 C3Qnpivz6,Ce1l. 52603 4, wifi? qua'-1f'3"Cf6?C' , g Q-1 f-'l,f47 CE 6010565745 yffw ffl . Ct ' LCC fL2f16'CCC jzlltaiy'-6'! 5'k? V' ':.. rvluq , w UQ' f lv af... ffiff. , ag ., e2r'+- sa., ae- J if f 1 Ax viffinug g. ' 6 . v-H-an-duh-, ,J 1 u , I 4 ff 4 7, ii fl W Z 1' b , f wtf., A,. if"1,ii!?f1'ii"f 2- r' . Sv V ,r .f ,J - V. l , , . , 1 , , 1 Af-,Vx-.. At F, A X Al. ,Q , ,Q - -. , , , y ,..M4e-,,4-,ff,F4.--fe----e--- W-..fff f - - ,l Aga. if fl 1, i fm! ll Barbara Clift 27 lVlarcy Williams 39 Kristie Caldwell 47 Karen lVlcLevie 59 Carol Burgess 69 Kendall Cornell 7? Jessie Russell 85 Coach Karen Spigler 99 Debbie Schlesler 109 J.V. team members include: Row 3 lL to Rl: Darci Rose, Kathy Roberts, Kelly Conway, Carol Schrivener, Denise Jermyn. 'E Row 2: Cathy Duran, Jorae Inman, Sharon Howard, Melanie Ross, Karen Flor, Kris Larivee, Debbie Schlesier. Row 1: Tracey Kennard, Dawn Levine, Allison Floyd, Melinda Fike, Doreen Spry, Lorri Naud. 113 Freshmen team members include: Row 3 CL to Rl: Jenny lVletzler, Suzi Goodall, Beth Boncher. Row 2: Stephanie Brault, Jean Batman, Kendall Cornell, Stacey Brault, Shelley Swain. Row 1: Krista Nicodemus, Rose Kurupas, lVlara Piastro, Tami Williamson 49 SINNELL .S'l I SINN3.L .S'lE:II SINNELL .S'IHI SINNHJ. .S'll:II "Q ,-1 . Q ! -" 'rv -.51 .' I H , ., .ig fu , yr r ,X 1-" 4 ' ,Q 1" 1M Y ,, , ' , , '- . -- 'QL . , A . g ,, yu Wy: ,, . . 3 i F' ' Q 4 K N ' 4""'2: f5f,:,W 1: 'i "' a ,.,f .4555 gi wr L V y . ' r W' y ' - J' 3834 f 1 ,L U fly S , 6 A , Y 4 Y 1 . f v -. r m., 'z. .I ' ,A , 14534 up ,-it , "?'fWU:f, ?,m5 'f: ,, 4 u :m,ia.:5fw 52-'?:'ffg53 'Ugg '5Lfv'.' Fx, -' rg , 1 l , V: JH. pI"f7'g , 'gM,'L:f1,! i " 'fin' 14 -, flf.. fvr f' 1 Qin: , lily I 33? ' JL' - Q55 . 51:24 '- WFU 1 5 AV ' ..,. X , 1 ,351 'ki gg. , '51- Mga ,g 'gm 'iff f , fa, 'Fifi Eff: -,1 5,35-b. QQ :QV -.fru-Ig W- 5 ' ':" .ss.1 1 , I, T -1' A mn T Y ,X ' -l,W , , 9 .air l HW Back row, KL to Rl: Shawn Wellard, Marina Marinos, Michelle Reed, Barbara Clift, Jessie Russell, Karen McLevie, Nancy Martin. Front row: Donna Dietrich, Maureen Sullivan, Kristie Caldwell, Lori Cranmore, Lori Flor, Carol Burgess, Coach Karen Spilger. S ff . 4 ' 145' 1' J nw' H af , fl ,.1' ' 15' Q 5 A 's v' 1'-f I' V , Vi - '-A K ,,..,,e.s.ir. el . A Q ecie eris T -'SWE'-' 'f 9 I T . 54.4. ' .l gif-l 4 ffff'-gr .. A 4441, - rye , F W ' A- , Y. L: muff' ,J - TWHHH1' W H: ,. 5 ,L 1 1 3' 4 Y v wif- Nw, . QM, .. - . - ---Y: ----- if --'---4------- -X .i is his Qing DW an se 41.4. 1 153 , PHUQQM 0 'saw With 5 -"v The 1977 Girls' Tennis Team has had a successful building year. With 3 of the 12 Varsity members returning from last year, we built the team from Junior Varsity and new Freshmen members. We've kept a large number of girls on the JV team to prepare for next year. The girls' Varsity Tennis Team consists of 4 singles players and 4 doubles teams. Outstanding performers for the year include Carole Burgess playing rlil singles with a record of 23 wins and 9 losses. The doubles team of Nancy Martin and Barbara Clift, playing third and fourth Varsity doubles, had a record of 25 wins and 7 losses. Singles players along with Carole Burgess were Lori Cranmore, playing second, Jessie Russell as third, and Michelle Reed as fourth. A good doubles team is sometimes a diflicult combination to acquire. The two players must be extremely compatible and communicative to play well together. The doubles players of this year were exceptional. Along with Nancy Martin and Barbara Clift, the combinations of Audrey Hoyt and Maureen Sulivan, Christy Caldwell and Karen Mc Levie and Lori Flor and Michelle Reed, were all excellent Varsity combinations. They were very cooperative, contributed a strong sense of team unity. The Junior Varsity Team is composed of 4 doubles teams and it is a preparatory step to Varsity. These girls showed tremendous improvement throughout the season. They should no doubt be considered the most improved JV team in the Grossmont League. They will add strength and depth to future tennis seasons. Although tennis is thought of primarily as an individual sport, it can be effective as a team sport also. Not only do the characteristics of cooperation, communication and respect enter this sport, but tennis when working together as a team, can ' enhance a person's self concept and self esteem in a very positive manner. Win or lose, providing each individual with something positive that can in some way benefit them in their lifetime, is what participation in a sport is all about. Karen Spilger Tennis Coach ll Lori Flor 29 Barbara Clift 39 Jessie Russell 49 Carol Burgess 59 Jean Batman 51 V34 9'-'J' - . rf A.--wasp o A Ai' " I -MQ"-f .... . an A A 1 ' u M ..,,.,,,..-u ' - U.-U.. ,' A - .m..1..Mv- .A I - 11:-e.v3w ',w-,f , ffl-Q--.-. 1 V' - an-,.,,,. ' . . V --1 .V . , .,,.:,V , Mxtf.. L..-N ,Q .5, 1'--... , S-H, ..' ..,.,.- ..,,mA M 1,w,14w1-g,. , . .,.f , ,,- , 1? gf , li ,ns I-W ' - Y, a. "- fgfif fer.. '-3 I . ,ca 1 ' Hr- ,- .HM J' -' ,L h-in "ii-Q 2 ,. X' -,ii ff.-"4 ' .:.k--'-4 17 V' an.-,,,, ,S ' ,,,' . Although the girls did not do as well as they had first hoped, they still had a good season. They had their moments when they upset the 3rd ranked Granite Hills and knocked Monte Vista out of C.I.F. playoffs. There were two returning varsity players: Lu Ann Cores and Carla Galvan. The team has high hopes for next year as they are only losing two seniors. The team consisted of: Carla Galvan- Senior, 4-year varsity player. Carla helped a lot in spiking line and serving, Jill lVleyer-Senior, strong server and good ball sense, Lu Ann Gores-Junior, 2-year varsity player, strong spiking skills and strong blocking skills, also has lots of hustle, Stephanie Jerris-Junior, most consistent setter, good defense, Julie Bristol-Junior, good net player, great attitude, and lots of spirit, Whitney Lukousis-Junior, nice touch for setting, hot server, Julie Nelson-Junior, powerful spiker and server, Jackie Toom-Junior, her strong legs enable her to jump high and spike the ball well, Deryn Bailey-Junior, Deryn is one of our few all around players. Our junior varsity players had a good learning season. They show good promise for the future, The coaches also had a good year with the team. The entire Volleyball Team has good potential and hope to see you next year at a few of their games. Submitted by Coach Joanne Preston 17 Stacy Haisch 27 lVlaria Rivera 37 Wendy Preece, Toni Himmer 47 Tracy Martin, Penny Escue 57 Jackie Toom 67 Tracy lVlartin 77 Stacy Haisch, Toni Himmer 87 Team C members include: Row 2 KL to R7: Aimee Baren, Angela Roccoforte, lVlaria Rivera, Penny Escue, Jill Wihgeler, Tracy lVlartin. Row 1: Carrie Cottes, Pam Train, Kelly Ennis, Carolyn Eniss, Theresa Zanora. 97 JV Team members include: Row 2 CL to R7 Kim Bachioni, Wendy Preece, Stacy Haisch, Kari Peterson. Row 1: Shelly Beale, Toni Himmer, Jaime Hogue. 53 wut? L"'-,,.-H794 1 1' " -'Q -.-Agfa-. 73, ,.,. H -n. 11 .. if Q 32,1 A if Y i, 51- ' egly' ,Y ,. .5 -JU MLW .UML ,- V' Q QT' -- , -Q 3 7 dir' I 51 ww' '14,- MT "'543-N'-HI: .- ' -if ' ' sm fm,"-f-" ' ,,-,Q mm- my .Z ya 41.34 JJ Y n .um . 'Vai ' -1,3 ,.wp"1. ,1. L4 W A F r " . -Hr. fy .m,,s.,,, , , ,f', Y A 'v w r 1 - ' " kdm 4 ' ? yu: mhtjn! av Ek.. ., it W0 .1 ,fl , .4- uv Q l TF A L s Q 4 ll Lu Ann Gores Zl Carla Galvan 39 Stephanie Jerris Coach Joanne Preston 43 5l Julie Bristol cheers on teammates 65 Varsity Volleyball team members include: IL to Rl Julie Bristol, Lu 'Ann Gores, Jackie Toom, Jill lVleyer, Stephanie Jerris, Carla Galvan, Deryn Bailey, Julie Nelson, Whitnell Lekousis rl , A 5 . . '-N, .," ,f A 1, P, 1 I-7' f-T"-is A . I I 5 It 1 "S, ff PART TWO Zulini: Fear not, Pyle, we have no intentions of popping your optical scanners from their sockets. You can remove your see-through protection . . . We are friendly beings. Pyle: This is not protection. These are glasses, they help me to see better. Zorphus: On our planet we are not accustomed to the deterioration of one's optical scanners. It must be a detestable feeling. Pyle: Hmmm ... it's almost 12:00. The upperclassmen will be leaving soon. Zorphus: Why would anyone wish to depart from this fine institution? Pyle: Oh, to go home and spend time with their families. Zulini: Do you mean to infer that the Enterprise houses no 24-hour occupants? Pyle: Well, legally not, but there are some yearbook staff members that seem to spend nights, as well as days, inside the building. Zorphus: I am glad that you introduced the subject of departure, because the time has come in which Zulini and I must bid adieu and tergiversate from the scene. Pyle: But why so soon? You've just barely arrived! Zulini: That is a factual statement, comrade Pyle, but what more could our scanners possibly behold? Pyle: Ishockedl Why, we've barely scraped the surface of the many sports, activities and clubs that the Enterprise has to offer! Zorphus: We apologize sincerely if our podiatrotters are scraping the surface of these colorful rugs. We have no intention of defacing your floors. Pyle: Don't worry, the carpet is fine, it's my feelings that will be hurt if you insist on leaving so soon. Zorphus: We do not desire to infiict pain on your person ... Zulini: ... And like I stated before, we are freindly beings . .. Zorphus . . . so we have no alternative but to remain. Pyle: Oh good! If you'll come this way, I'll show you some of the things that we did during the Winter months . 'll I U91 . XxX ' . li A 'T 4 xl in -misl- K I w , -' .-V. 3, , ll e 551 1 ' . . ,i 4 2 sis W 1 r ' N f QQ-f PART TWO PERFORMING ARTS Zorphus: This certainly is a jovial- looking group of saplings. Zulini: Are they always so blithesome? Pyle: Just about . . . they belong to a group called 'lTheater Valhalla", one of the many units of our excellent Performing Arts Department. Speech and Martial Arts are just a few of the others. Zorphus: Who are the curvaceous maidens with the multi-colored dermi- stockings? They look most ornamental. Pyle: Those girls make up our lVlodern Dance Club, a very creative group of young ladies who twist and turn their bodies as a form of musical expression. Zorphus: A form of expression that my scanners would very much like to view. Pyle: A mutual desire, my friend, but unfortunately these girls perform in just one show a year. Our instrumental """i groups, however, can be heard anywhere from concerts to sporting events. Zulini: Hmmm ...they must play clangorously loud. Pyle: VaIhalla's IVlarching Band is one particular group that receives a large amount of exposure during football games. With the help of the lovely Norsettes and Drum lVlajors, Valhalla's band performs halftime ceremonies that never fail to be colorful and entertaining. Zulini: Why are so many of them sucking on those odd shaped decanters with the shiny, chrome-plated tinctures? Are they thirsty? Pyle: No, No, No! They're not sucking on those instruments! They're blowing through them and producing sounds. The drummers beat on large cylinders and maintain rhythm. Another large portion of the Performing Arts Department is made up of our talented singers, who in turn make up the Ensemble and Choir. Zorphus: Singers? Are they the vocalists who produce euphonic contrapuntal compositions by rapidly undulating their 'Iaryngal tubes? Pyle: Yes, and they sing well, too, Who knows, maybe one of these budding talents will someday grow up and blossom into another Enrico Caruso or Barbra Streisand. Zulini: what are they, plants? Pyle: No, not exactly, but I'lI explain that to you later. As for now, let's move along, there's so much more I'd like to show you .. . l llllllll ll lil S. lie Row 4: llock, lVl. Astleford, Nl. Farmer, M. Bills, C. Lindgren. Row 5: L, il Schmelzer, Nl. Dyer, C. Schell, J. Gagel, P. Rowland, R. Schioldager 17 Sheila Barringer, Vice President, Laura Schmidt, President lv.,,T . , 25 Dave Cole, Treasurer, J,pldY.Galgelg Secretary L A 39 Nls. Drexler, Advisor 'lil l E NCE MO DA 6 . l, 4 Z rr '- Lu Q MUD Va LU 4 U my Z 1 'I' E MODE .mi - HM 4- 'LEM ..-...v.. - 5 ig ' . .. ,ff O' wfim' .f , 1 f 1 ' 1, 0 fi- 'II..! f,.-4 u i " 4 I V 1 . i Q O an -fl up 829' ii.-,, , , O 9 ' , I ,lf I' 6 I 'MM f SKA! 'V --QL? 41. f . . A h . ' f 5 I Q S X 1 A v . x I P w 1 W 5 ', 4 'M . , ' ' - f.,Y. ,. - ' f- I ,, .?. .Tar vf. 1, 1 Q -as ,:g5Q9f?!ief,gWHi1..Q1 x user-eg, 1 ? SP 1-Wfirfrne.-f , 1 .,f-,W-131, , -.f15TL3.fi, 5 I- ...V Lint. . -1:-. ! is ,I vs., ...Xxx V ,N W W. . 4. "ii,- '-om M, K J 4. I , , 1-A 1 Q 5 X , Q E nw 11 'Nh if 5 N W ,. , .J 1 -,.4 ..,Sff ,V W, ,,,-, ,f,,:,.,g ., ""'w M mv".l M '4 A . 1 f. - iA J 1 qw M 4 4 if r .1 if f 4......,, SF? I ii' TBI ,ui 0'-lr 1' 9' .1 mmf, nba ll Khanh and Hach Nguyen display Y their talents. q 25 Hach Nguyen leads in Kata, Left to A, M Right: Harry Katcher, Cindy Corrigan, i ' Cicilai Kaufmann, Jeanene Dotson, ' ' R' 'R Claudia Gumpad, Richard Hiatt, Ken Simon, David Lichty, Randy Campbell, Fausto Gumpad, Les Ross, Mark Whitmoyer, Derek Stilwell, Chris Dunn, ' Khanh Nguyen. J 35 Randy Campbell preparing to spar with Fausto Gumpad. 4? Hach Nguyen demonstrates a front "' forward flying kick. TF? I ...U . l VI .1 ' A V' ' -n .- .,1f' A ' -i'. ' ' , .-A V gift- f, -21, L 'lil ff if ' , J, , 2 ' 'vi . 5 rf, 1 I Q l ,l I l l l i ,if-to asf get 2 ll Jef? Gennette and Sue Whitted 2l Kerry Bullock presenting a Dramatic Interpretation. 39 Nancy Spencer reviewing her notes with Coach Jan Hagan. 49 Speech Team members include: Debbie Showley, Sharon Darrieulat, Lori Schmelzer, Daphne Ashbrook, Chris Lindgren, Katie Young, Martha Deyer, Jeff Gennette, Maureen Carlisle, Kerry Bullock, Donna Austin, lVlitch Farmer, Mark Golden, Jill Peebles, Chris Schell, Raulee Kent, Ivy Sheldon, Debbie Bielharz, Regina Wright, Jenny Bentley, lVlike Astleford, Lee Stierwalt, lVlr. Jan Hagan, Taffy Ashbrook, Bob lVlitchell, Julie Woods, Ann Butler, Elinor Colbourn, Sue Whitted, Jeanene Dotson, Christina Waller, Scott Doorlag. 57 Breaking into finals!! .sl H l I CD D Z LD I CD Z CD I cn uf, , ff ix ' 4 ,l " ', . . T l,xL I 4- 4 "Nj , N , by Sue Whitted Michelle Nugent Drum Major Band Director Mark Bignell Drum Major The 1977 Show Band members include: Kathy Annear, Andy Barton, Stephanie Barton, Mark Bignell, Sue Bledsoe, Tim Bottger, Cheryly Bowden, John Brantley, Dianne Cavan, Mark Covell, Sharon Crane, Steve Crane Betsie Crouse, Trina Dopp, Shawn Duffy, Simon Eggington, Delia Espinola, Mary Espinola, Pam Etter, Mark Fletcher, Amy Foster, Vaughn Francis, Steve Frostrom, Curtis Gibson, Robert Gies, Doug Greiner, Drew Grubisich, Karl Gruenewald, Sue Hawks, Curt Holt, Jackie Jacobs, Adam Jones, Raulee Kent, Lonee Kent, Dave Lighty, Laurie Linn, Dale Luker, Sue McDowell, Greg Meagher, Randy McDonnell, Vince Miller, Alex Nesterenko Pete Nesterenko, Mike Neumann, Chris Nenell, Lori Norton, Kjerstin Ongre, Molly O'Rourke, Chris Patterson, Ralph Perez, Robin Ross, Les Sarff, Lisa Schaffroth, Pat Schlesinger, Don Schaffer, Bill Sherlock, John Sherman, Diane Shipkosky, Pam Stevenson, Lee Stierwalt, Paul Thiem, Alan Thwaites, Ray Wakefield, Paul Wetherill, Michelle White, Linda Whitmoyer, Sue Whitted, Kathy Wiley, Brock Williams, Pam Wiley, Tami Williamson. The 1977 Norsettes include: Back row: Julie Solomonsen, Jerri Otto, Ginger Loftis, Kathy Sadler, Kimber Runner, Sharon Martinson. Front row: Cheryl Stone, Lauri Altum, Danielle Burton, Rocky Altum, Kim Jenkins, Natalie Rubidoux, Norma Mitchell, Deedee Mills. R V 'IE EISEI f1f: kins, Gina Bassler, Bob Sullivan, Julie Phil 'Y 3: Lorrie Grant, Craig Sandlln, Kelly 1er,l.yn onger, Richard Harasian. Row 2: Sarah , 1 Dx, Willardson, Sharon Darrieulat. Row 1: Frargds Snyder, Kim Stone, Kathy an, David Cole, Sheila Barringer. Nicodemus, James Ernie, Perez, lVl 'a . 1 ' El 9 " '5 S' zz ' f4' NEI EIS EI'IE NEI EIS . 73 if or i f ff i-ir Q ' i --rl, 1 .L,..' in I "" j"" 5' ' z' I l l l i gi fl ll l li i ' i K ff !. 5, P ,J .,,:,. yglmmwllwh 51,1 AYVHIM ! T I B P t -efe -1- A K .fig ' b .. S' LA.. Q YV " l 1. I includt I-Lawks, x X' f ,hz Q. i x X w + ,A N. i Sf +1"""' NSN. S fsifwa XM 'L 1 ,W -1 I I n un 1 K 1 vs' '41 Y V' , J H fl ,fl I Q N7 l I I V C12 I i fi C - , f, 1' Q f ' 1, fg if ll Trombones, Baritones, French Horns, and Trumpets. 25 Oboes, Bassoons, and Clarinets. 39 Band Staff, Back, ll. to RD Les Sarff Lee Stierwalt, Carl Gruenvvald, Mark Bignell, Sue Whitted, Lori Norton. lVliddle: Curt l-lolt, Delia Espinola, Raulee Kent, Pam Stevenson, Amy Foster. Front: Drew Grubisich, Pat Schlesinger, Michelle Nugent, Director Stephanie Barton. 43 Flutes and Piccolo. 5? Saxes and Percussion. , SKQ A if , ' gf 1 f ' .-1.1 hgh ' 5 39 'U ' f 3? g .Aff M 'f .4 'az J' ?x X. 3-.xt . . f . ' i Y-' 2. . . Q .EIR K. Z., - 1 l is - il J, Y Ji L Girls Glee members include: K. Achinakian, K. Allen, T. Andersen, A. Baren, L. Baren, A. Beauloye, lVl. Belasco, G. Belew, K. Blocker, D. Briggs, J. Buckels, L. Bunge, K. Bybee, G. Castiglione, R. Cope, J. Craig, D. Cunningham, lVl. Curtis, D. De Stout, E. Dicks, D. Donoho, P. Escue, P. Fisher, C. Gant, A. Haynie, lVl. Herron, K. Hochstadter, B. House, D. Intriere, S. Jaggi, K. Joseph, L. Jungnitsch, L. Keeran, R. Kelley, lvl. Knapp, C. Langdon, lVl. Lejman, J. Lind, C. Lindgren, S. Loeschner, S. Long, C. Lottes, C. Loven, S. lVlacCracken, C. lVladsen, K. lVlagers, K. lVlaier, G. lVlcKenna, A. lVlcTague, R. lVletzler, K. lVliller, K. lVlorris, S. lVlusicant, C. Nicodemus, D. Ontjes, R. Palmer, T. Paris, J. Perez, S. Roche, K. Ruge, J. Russell, J. Ryan, J. Schearing, D. Schellenberg, L. Schmidt, C. Seller, K. Shelton, J. Shipkosky, J. Slagle, L. Stewart, J. Styza, E. Taormina, K. Tenney, S. Traver, S. Twyman, C. Van Teighem, J. Viau, S. Vore, A. Werner, S. Williams, lVI. Workman, V. Young, T. Zamora. .-Q., L,..ai2ps-...-,fha . ,A 4-3 f - fx 67 PART TWO WINTER ACTIVITIES Pyle: These pictures are from a mock wedding held by our Family Relations Class. The happy couple was Sandy Schmidt and John Findel. Zorphus: A wedding? You mean the actual formality which a couple goes through to begin the institution of marriage? Pyle: Yep, and it was quite authentic, right down to the musical entertainment and weeping spectators. Zulini: They look most stunning in their formal regalia. Pyle: If you want to see some hne clothing, take a look at our Christmas Dance. Our students really got dressed up for this wondrous event in downtown San Diego. Zulini: I don't think my optical scanners have ever observed such a large variety of slickly dressed Comrades! Pyle: Next my friends, I would like to show you the float, one of our proudest achievements this year. It was entered in the lVlother Goose Parade under the theme of llPeter, Peter Pumpkin Eater". Zulini: It appears to be a beautifully designed structure, Comrade Pyle, butI am compelled to question you about this celebrated festivity. Is it customary for all institutions to adorn these structures in a colorful array of blossoms for the sole worship of this giant waterfowl, lVlother Goose? Pyle: Actually, it's a parade. lVlany bands and floats get together and move in a straight line through the center of beautiful downtown EI Cajon. Zulini: Who are those proletariats engaged in various forms of colloquy and tete-a-tete? They appear most lucid and calm. Pyle: Then they must be very good actors and actresses! You see, those are students participating in "Play it Again, Sam", the Enterprise's first production of the year. Zulini: You mean they are merely simulating every-day life for the diversion of others? Pyle: That's right. Zorphus: What a fascinating activity! Are there anymore of these llproductions" in which we can view? Pyle: Certainly! But first, let me show you some other interesting things. .. 68 Z Ll.I 3 Z LI.I Z. Ll.I Z uJ Z Lu LLI Y. --L--u- jk ' 151 'ii-.ini 'WAI' ,gf . - J! I Ya 1 Z ws l E f 1' 1. MM 1 5 , ll Craig Knudsen acting as preacher in the mock ceremony. 25 llNevvlyweds" Sandy Schmidt and John Findel. 35 Sandy and John exchange vows as Debbie Anderson looks on. 49 Dave Schmelzer as Dick, 53 Maureen lVlitton as Sharon 65 Bob Mitchell as Alan. 75 Lori Schmelzer as Linda. 87 Pat Schlesinger portraying Humphrey Bogart with Lori Schmelzer and Bob lVlitchell in Woodey Allen's comedy l'Play It Again Sam". 4 fqflf 69 IZ 45 i, Evfl , I he I I 5 I , I oi 1 I . P A .I f! y I i '--dv-N.. ' ' , 'evgifv , ylfaf af.. 1 ' f"5"' Q, x K2 X -,1-12.-gwvw 'As X X Phi Ns... lf? Q , 3" " " we 1- .n-:mann---.-.........,,,,..,,.-.,,,,W ,,,,, , ,,,, H g s 'J 5' 5 1 4 52 .V W 4 f....,....,, i S i 5 1 ! i .L WUQUSTWASQTT W in we 'Hifi v ' 1 j 4' If . ,p , , fl 'w4,', F' ' :.,,,., ' 4 . J '6 2 gi --'V f , I 5 2' L, fi 1 ,E . if QQ.. Nr: X' . as 5 5 V 4 'A , ,Q Ltyqcf, V .. 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IVIartinsen, Overseer ofthe project. 73 HEIHJ. V' 'l:I EICI tl cl EISO .L t:ElH.I. EICI t:IdEIS PART TWO WINTER SPCFITS Zorphus: Oh, how grand! Some more pages hlled with strenuous activity. Pyle: This game you are seeing is called basketball. There are five players on each team and points are scored by placing a ball through the opponent's basket. Zulini: Those hooplike structures are considered baskets? They appear more like instruments used for the capture of marine life. However, the lower portions have been removed. Zorphus: This sport is very interesting, Comrade Pyle, but what my scanners are presently beholdlng is much more enthralling! Zulini: CStunnedi I am stunned! lVlale species actually engage in close intimate contact with each other? I thought this type of material violated section 5.2 of the Ofhcial School Publications Rule Book. Pyle: No, Zorphus! These are just wrestlers. They battle their opponents by using various moves and holds. It is an ancient style of hghting. Zorphus: It still seems unfathomable as to why anyone would be inclined to grasp a perspiring gladiator in leotards while in a musty and malodorous room. Zulini: I see a tlcheerleader" on the tillage vociferating encouragement to a striped battalion. What type of sport are they engaged in? Pyle: It's called soccer. Zorphus: Sock her? Surely they do not abuse that stunning young lady by socking and striking her! Pyle: No, no, no! The players score points by kicking and dribbling a ball about the field with their feet, trying to get it into the opposition's net. Zorphus: That seems much more logical. Pyle: Let us move to the softball held. Zulini: Softball? Does this sport require along, ligneous stave which is used to strike a mocerated orb into a gramineous held intersected by padded slabs and a pentagonal spangle? Pyle: Well . . . ah ...er . .. I guess so. Look we're running out of room, so why don't I show it to you instead, O.K.? . .. 74 I "" Hx -I ' if l 'lf as '. f IN liz. Q, I . N Q. , . 'fq w 'I . ' I A S, 'S' Q . I x jx: ix. fe ta Isl-IA., . V Q sn 1 is Y' Xe f 2 1 a a get " Q ' ki' 2 1 'H I V T 2 L ' 1 'gif ,- t 'Q 1., 4 , , '...f , K' y - J: f 1. 1 5 14 Q , 4 wi 5 x' J mf' 5 -vi ' 4. 5 f 2 'E 'ii 1,1 M .39 1 5 ' ml ' ,ci ' 4 A I Kona., WJ. f ' f , " W, I-.1 A ? 1 V' 'H sf I-2 ,ff 1 1 , I, . ,' . , i4,A,1 f 4 .. f 4 ,, ,Za M' M. 2 fs. M40 9 W n , -:.f:.f-V f f AV V f, 'gf ' 44? X -ow pw., mg. , ,x ,W T" Y Wm' , -7 fffid' 5 74' if "fi 1, 1 ,W ,. -' , f 1 H4 ll Bill Burgess and Jim Weisiger 25 Scott l-lerr 39 Dave Schetselaar 4 Al. 'iu.l1LlA U 47 Joe Fine ,Hay 53 Dave Delcock 63 Norm Roach 7? Bill Burgess 8lJol1n Mullen 99 Co-Captains Joel Fine and Dave DeKocl4 M 107 Bill Burgess WA eff fuflsb X rv, X VY 1 l T' .QY'f'7"'3 ' .Rss 1--'SSM -'.,- .,,- ...-HM..-if vg, - 5' 'Y' i .,L. in 4 Varsity Basketball team ll. Rl Coach Steve Vickery Jim Weisiger Dave Dekock Robbie Phillips Dave Schetselaar lVlil4e Stolz Bill Burgess Scott Herr Brian Small lVlarl4Villarino Norm Roach John lVlullen Joel Fine, Front John Adkins Dave Lenihan ll Coach Steve 27 Statisticians Burgess, Karen Lori Hamelelhe 35 lVlrs. Vickery Bobby 43 Lori Flor 53 Mark Villarino bl Scott l-lerr 77 Robbie Phillips 78 '.. W. 0 ' r ' 1 52' ,ack xlf' Q- 1 M ...J .. -V V 1m"'M-, .Q The 1977-78 Norsemen Basketball team had one of the toughest schedules in the county this past year, as they faced seven out of the top ten teams in the county. Although their win-loss record doesn't indicate it, they competed very well against these teams, losing only by 11 points or less in tive of those games. The Norsemen were successful in the lVlount Helix Invitional Basketball Tournament in December. They captured the Consolation Championship with a 64-51 win over Pioneer High School of Whittier. Bill Burgess, vvho led Valhalla during the three-game tournament, was named to the all- tournament team. Offensively, the Norsemen vvere very well balanced this year. Bill Burgess, Dave Dekock, Joel Fine and John lVlullen all averaged 9 points per game. Dave Dekock held the best single game performance with 25 points scored. The leading rebounder this past year vvas Bill Burgess, with Scott Herr, Norm Roach and Dave Schetselaar contributing greatly. The basketballers have their eyes on sixth place in the league standings as they enter the last month of the season. If they continue to work hard and play together that goal is easily obtainable. Coach Steve Vickery rr V J" f A Q 'fa 3 11 I 4 Q1 A ig' ,,.- In ,X Q Aw , sic aamnu ly Z ...i n "Q, 7 , - , V X M L 3 A i l " 1'ir , 'f' . " 5 " T I qui L ,f4 Lk r 4 f 55 "1 X., K W J h 1 lie it li .. WR ii vm- X 6 f sf 1 na i , ,. Ahng f L 37 M 1 nn ff J 1 ,mi Q9 , , , kr l MQ fi' -I I P K .i' 3, QB X flu 'x " X ff l .,, .. , y ,..,.,,3:. , . ,, , HW, ' "J, fa Ak 9 1 gf' L , J on iii' O 7 f MI' 0,1 1 l Q 9 , ..,'f, 25215559 . l I T. , ,,',... ,gr ,C , Hjiflrf .' A' ' "Wi" "LA 2 V ., ' , ' If , , Zim, ,ML 'U ,H 1 'ff 4-- - ,.,.- , ., l A v - , . Z 1 3 . .bbl It , Q, ., H 2' hmuw 6 ll Scott lVlcKay 23 The JV Basketball Members Include: Top Rovv CL to Rl, Coach Biletnikohi, Murray Huntress, Vaugn Place, Dave Wissel, Tom Bellew, Ron Berry, Scott lVlcKay, Ty Williams, Ray Hill. Bottom Row: lVlike Long, Kendall lVlann, Willie Plumber, Paul Dabrowski, Eugene Fuller, Pete Orr, Tony Botte, Gene Dafow. 33 Norseman anticipate the next move. I.. 4 3' win 45 9 ., Q' , 745 43 . ' " ai 'f I it f 7G ,437 .+,,wf,3g, f J - Yifagf' f Q X, , 1. - , df wg f ., Q ' ' E 'Wi 51354 'VZ f ' Ziftfflf , , I -1 3 1 5 : 1 f' , ' 'SQ if V Zvi' Al ' ' ' fwwth ,J .- I L, 5,2 fi: y0,,, , , Mid , 4'4' -'VHZ . 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's ff! . 11 i, jy 'H 1 J, ,I in 'Iv f 55.2 f 2 .4 ,Q 52 , , ff ' "iff lf ' l A , 756 c V X f' IV 1-,H ,wif . - ff, Q -fhrijff w' wg Q, f. f M, :ff f ff , 299 25 , 2- fp , , ' f fi Cf 'A ,1 1 ff 116-viz ig ' gli' f , 4: i ,. W! X ff f 4 1 n,' . ff ff ,fy 1 ., ,, f 5, ,A ,L I JZ! ' X ' 1 ,J ,, ,I , 'A' ff' 4, ,,!,"f , ff' A 2 ff ' ll 1 f '-.4 1? f ' 'W 1 1' f f.,f,,, A . ,Q ZW gf if Q wif ' L r f 3' gn 1 'ff " ,LQ .Q A , '23 fy ' ff? 'eg .' I 951, f 5' X Q, , fi f 4, 1, 4 ,. is any During the past three years, the Valhalla Wrestling teams have been building a program that could be competitive in the San Diego CIF Section. The present Varsity team members were the undefeated Junior Varsity and Freshmen teams during those three years. These teams, along with outstanding individuals, established standards for the future teams to follow. This year the Varsity has reaped a harvest of success from those past efforts. The Varsity team was led to a winning season by seniors Paul Esquibel, John Findel and Bryan Welsh, backed by leading scorers, junior Bob Taylor, and sophomore Ron Boehmke. The Norsemen Wrestlers take tremendous pride in the fact that though they were picked pre-season favorite to finish last in the Grossmont League, they were continually in the top 10 of the County and established a 5-O record before a loss, establishing themselves as contendors for the 1978 Grossmont League Championship, Perhaps an even more eventful moment of the season was the 27-23 victory over Monte Vista, ending their winning streak of 32 dual meets. Paul Esquisbel has been the outstanding Valhalla wrestler, establishing himself as CIF heavyweight contendor for the championship. Paul was undefeated in the league and champion of three tournamnets. If possible, an even more positive note would be that Valhalla has a young team, with only four seniors starting regularly, that has reached for and achieved success before its predicted time. The Varsity is supported by a Junior Varsity team that has only one dual meet defeat, and has been the champion and runner-up of two late season tournaments, producing eight individual champions. The Freshmen ' team, led by Coach Tim Buzbee, have been consistent in placing in the top three of this season's Freshmen tournaments. These Freshmen will lend Mat Maids: 3rd Row CL to Rl, Dawn Aaron, Janet Ruge, Tracy Pierson, Jill Bignell, Toni Nelson, Lisa Phillips, Carrie Peterson, Tracy Friet, Vicki Craig. 2nd Row, Kathy Roberts, Mary Ray, Sandy Schmidt, Carol Small, Teresa Welsh, Pat Esquibel, Cassie Kouns, Kelly Nicodemous. lst Row, Janice Kouns, Brenda Andrews, Robin Ervin. strength in the development of future Varsity Wrestling Team: Back Row CL to Rl, Coach Ned Blass, Brian Welsh, Steve successful Valhalla wrestling teams. Brink, Mike Schearing, David Streshly, Rick Carlson, Paul Esquibel. Middle Row, The SUCCESS of the Season is proudly John Findel, Rich Mahaffey, Bob Taylor, Steve Herrington, Ron Boehmke. Bottom Shared, not just among the team Row, Micky Maddox, Clint Hale, Mark Roberts. members, but with the Mat Girls, Cheerleaders, faculty and student body of Valhalla High School. Coach Ned Blass 84 'G-if eff 2 1,1596 3 9 ,'1Qi2g.Z 1 . 52553 " iff? ,af-' ,Al ,H ,- -iv? r t .M ,, , ,, 7 :L I, ,MQ 4' f 27 up David Streshly John Findel Bob Taylor Steve Harrington Paul Esquibel P3 11 3 A I J' f Y' .Tv 9 I 3' , "SPH- ixqiifg .L 17 .,, J. X R 4 S ima -441, , Wulf", M , 33 Shaq NH-K' Qya V J A H -k,V H A, -,'1 . . W, A, ... ,M -f1'f 5 i -'AA'.X ,8X l K . A L fo"'v-wi .' . ,1"Z142'pfa-iQE':'if:. , ,Eg li Joe Meyers . ,xc .V 23 J.V. Wrestling Team: Back Rovv lL to Ri, Bill Morrison, Joe Meyers, Fred Sherman, Coach Ned Blass, Mike Allen, Curtis Gibson, Hector Lopez, Front Row, Keith Rizzo, Guy Fox, Clint Hale. 35 Kevin Tracy 45 Bill Morrison 53 Curtis Gibson 63 Locking horns! 79 Jay Hibert and Larry Stone John Sherman 'lMmm ...tasty shoulder!" 105 Freshmen Wrestling Team: Back Rovv CL to RJ Scott Long, Joe Stuchlik, Robert Willhelm, Billy Levvis, Coach Buzbee, Mark Shepard, Joe Panzarella, Robert Gorkin, Ron Sinyard, Jay Hibert. 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' fl Q if X94V'N1",f" " .K-me ,zfq-,551.1:-arf: .J e, 2 rw P1551 4-'1"W Elf-get M' it -' f'w.N 'tr 'J .n..4.i'5u..!.."1.m.L.-..- , - J, ,. - . . . . xx..- . - .. , -al-X ,,- -, X ,-, 1 ,q if y ,fl 92 Varsity Soccer team: CL to Rl Top rovv, Kiko Salazar, Pat Atchison, David Holmes, Brian lVlacky, Jim Smidt, Jim Daniels, Russ Kimler, Robert Gomez. lVliddle row, Coach Logan, Renato Capobianco, lVlarty Sanger, Jim Nicholau, Bobby lvlundinger, Tom Gonzalez, Lance Sevier, Assistant Coach Rodger Reincke. Bottom row, lVlatt Sanger, Gary Reinecke, Steve Atchison, David Busch. if "4 I .-1-if f - . -.....-........ ,,,,.......--o.udv.4f . - , . ,.. JJ'-N .--. 4 ,,.,.. ,,...... -v-1-v:.v--vw0""Sl"i'y W ' 13 Jim Smidt 27 Gary Reinecke 37 Kiko Salazar 49 Renato Capobianco 53 Jim Daniels 63 Coach Logan This yearfs Varsity Soccer squad is by far the strongest that Valhalla has fielded under Coach l.ogan's tenure. Well assited by Roger Reinecke, Logan's squad is joint favorite to win the CIF playoffs for the third straight year. Strength and ability in the key central positions have given the team a formidable look. Seniors Jim Smidt and Brian lVlacky alternate in goal and really challenge each other's ability. Steve Atchison and Kiko Salazar, also seniors, are as good as any back pair in the San Diego area. Gary Reinecke, sharing the title of team captain with Atchison, has managed to escape the injuries that have plagued him in the past and is one of the standouts in the entire CIF section. Up front, 6'1" Jim Daniels has shown us why he was on the U.S. National Jr. Team last summer. Add to this the dribbling skills of lVlarty Sanger, the emergence of Dave Busch as an outstanding fullback and the solid work of Tom Gonzales, Dave Holmes and Jim Nicolau and you have an excellent combination. With an eye to the future, iwe lose all of the above players this yearl, Logan has been grooming some promising freshmen. Renato Capobianco has positively sparked on the right wing and Bobby lVlundinger, until his unfortunate knee injury, showed us why he'll be quite a player in the years to come. Pat Atchison and Lance Sevier are also two for the future. The burden of responsibility next year will fall on juniors Russ Kimler and lChooch' Sanger, who, with Bobby Gomez, a sophomore, are valuable assets to the team. Coach George Logan 93 44, V 15 Y ,Lf I ' 1'?w'Q . f'7" ,avli'l ' 4 -rff'1v",, V ,, " 127.1 ffl? f , Q . 1 sal' 3 ,ng up-l -,, ..v,,,.,..,.M..w fs 2 f, , at ., as ..,,,.m:w3 . ' I 6 l .ag Desire and experience personihes the 1977-78 Girls' Softball teams. The Varsity team, led by captain Ramona White, returned this year with seven returning team members from last year's third place team. Defensively the team ranks with the best in the league and currently is showing evidence indication of making it into the CIF playofts. The Junior Varsity team currently holds onto sole possession of First place in the league competition. Led by team captains Jamie Hogue and Whitney Lekousis, the team has been awesome as they compete in a very respectable league. Experience plus the addition of several outstanding freshmen is an encouraging indication for continued success for seasons ahead. Coach lVlimi Test ll Ramona White Zi Kris Long 37 Jill Wheeler 45 Varsity wins 55 Ramona White 65 Whitney Lekousis 75 Stephanie Lewis V ., - , .a.- -. " , ' ,': ' w..f'5wf'myf,',f,, "f-'W' - i "3 , V H L, .V . mr-.',, L, ,. 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Normally they expect food in return for their coins, but sometimes the machines get stubborn and refuse to give them something to eat. It's not really' stealing . . . it's greedinessl Zulini: Why don't they purchase their comestibles from a more reliable source? Pyle: They would, but the vending machines are all that we have. Zorphus: What sort of victuals do these machines serve? Pyle: Oh . . . yogurt, milk, ice cream bars . .. Zulini: Ice cream bars! Aren't they filled with BHA and BHT, Lecithin, Vanillin, and various other other dangerous emulsifiers? Pyle: Yes, and they aQJ have a lot of harmful preservatives. We call these edibles ujunk food", and the Enterprise has every kind to choose from. Zorphus: Can you not go anywhere in order to obtain a more nourishing meal? - Pyle: Well, many people go to the ,, Orange Outpost. Zulini: Outpost? Isn't that the name of a place used in ancient times for the purpose of carrying out bodily functions? Pyle: No, you're thinking of a similar- sounding word. The Orange Outpost is a student store run primarily by members of a merchandising club known as DECA. The store sells everything from books to records, but its large selection of palate-pleasing health foods is a definite money maker. Zorphus: lvlmmm ...sounds delectable! I would very much like to savor one of these palatable pasturages in my oral cavity. Zulini: Wait until we get' back, Zorphus, and I will make you a good, home- depressurized meal. in I " g Pyle: If youfre interested in good food, you should drop in on a meeting of our Future Homemakers of America. Not only do these girls cook delicious Nieals, but try also learn the many domestic chores associated with the modern homemaker. Zorphus: Where we come from, chores for the modern homemaker are reserved for a computer . . . these female species must have the minds of an android! Pyle: Well if they do, then they probably also belong to thewlath Team or the lVlath and Computer Club. These two. groups are designed specifically for our more intellectually capable students. Zorphus: Now that sounds appealing! Please outline this club further! Pyle: lignoring Zorphusl ...u Moving right along, we have the Bicycle Club. This is an organization that is very near and dear to me because HYours Truly" is the club's advisor. Zulini: I would very much like to meet this llYours Truly" . . . he sounds like a very deditated person. ' Zorphus: I don't think that I could ever ride such a contraption. Do these ustudents" actually' ride bikes across the land or is the Cycling Club merely San club dedicated to the invention of the bicycle? Pyle: No, they ride these bikes around the city for fun and exercise. Zorphus: It looks evenmwore difhcult than dancing! 1 Pyle: . 5. For our students with "cosmopolitan" tastes, we have the I- Club. Zulini: I take it that you are a member of this club, Comrade Pyle, since you are familiar with the deterioration of one's optical scanners. ' Pyle: This is not the Eye Club, it's the I- Clubl The letter UI" is merelyan abbreviation for the word "international','. This group examines the styles and customs of foreign lands, and its most prestigious A member is Frank Harries, our I s :.:i. f J :Q s - lk 1, " '--si - P ' Zorphus: Is he a malevolereforeigner? Pyle: Oh no! Frank is friendly and sincere. I'll introduce you to him later. Zulini: That would be mdst conciliatory of you. ' : Pyle: Along these same lines, we have the French Club. Zorphus: Isn't that an activity between two consenting adults in which the maxilliary regions of the cranium are pressed together in an effort to stimulate loving feelings towards one another? ' Pyle: Yes, that is one meaning of the word, but here at Valhalla FrenclzClub0 ' members meet and discuss the country of France while talking only in Freram ' Zulini: who are those odd-looking ' people with the acutely shaped craniums and long, skinny podiatrotters? Pyle: Those are skiers from our Ski Club. They are wearing s ' hats and thoQe fiat and narrow bo rds attached to their feet are called skis. These skis are used to slide down steep banks of white powder, or snow. Zorphus: Is this some sort of survival technique? 5' Pyle: Why no! Skiing is just plain fun! Zulini: Hmmm ..'. You Earthlings certainly have bizarre methods of obtaining enjoyment . . . A . Pyle: Out there in that large, haiyisome, building, our Future Farmers of ' America are housed. s Zulini: Do you have them stationed out there due to the malodorous stench U of their beasts? Pyle: No, they're located out there ipecause that is the only place with exchange student from Germany. V l'O'0m f0:I' Smelly arjrnals. .- Q " , Y . get . O 5,5 PART THREE OTHER CLUBS Pyle: These kids work very hard to become farmers because agriculturists make up the back-bone of our Nation. Zulini: I apologize for making sport of their animals. Pyle: The next two organizations I would like to show you are K-VAL and the Saga Staff. Zorphus: Aren't they involved with some sort of communication with the students? Pyle: Yes. K-VAL is a radio station which broadcasts music during the break for the enjoyment of all. Zulini: Isn't the Saga Staff a group of llstudents" who are responsible for printing that hne periodical known as HThe Saga?" I've seen students all over the campus anxiously viewing them with their scanners. Pyle: Yes, they toil laboriously to collect all bits of important news so it can be presented to others. Zorphus: Such devotion and adherence! Pyle: The Enterprise even offers clubs to our eager young scholars with thirsts for knowledge. C.S.F. and the Chemistry Surf Club are two such organizations. Zorphus: The Chemistry Surf Club? What an odd combination of antipodal activities. Zulini: Don't they try to enhance their knowledge of chemistry while simultaneously enjoying the many recreational activities that your planet has to offer? Pyle: Yep, that's the group! Zorphus: Earlier, you mentioned ' something about C.S.F. Are your ltstudents" interested in Sulfuric Californium. Pyle: No, no, no . . . I was referring to C.S.F., the California Scholarship Federation. This is a large group of extremely intelligent students who participate only in the most intellectual of activities since their primary concern is to achieve high grade-point averages. Zulini: Really? What do they do? Pyle: Oh . . . they go on field trips to the Zoo or Disneyland ... Zorphus: I believe I have heard enough, Comrade Pyle. Please, continue the tour . . . 98 in H. fff .4- 5P""" I .- . . , ., . A-+3-Q12 riff , . f "l -.f' . I , . 8 I 1 I h ar 'i ll ,1 f . y . -,,,.., --- ' QWQ 'ill I- li Pam Shue 25 UlVlr. Kraft! There's a photographer in the coat rack!" 37 The UOrange Outpost" 45 Row 3 CL to RJ: Dennis Kaufman, John 0'Dell, Tim Boyles, Pete Woods, Debbie Showley, Mark Ball, Doras Walters, Judy Pastore. Row 2 CL to RD Annette Ratcliffe, Dan Sweeney, Pam Helming, Wendy Foster, Wilfred Chavez Tracy Lange, Mark Bignell, John Reuter, Row 1 CL to RD: Becky Gastrich Debbie Beilharz, Kelly lVlorgan, Delia Espinola, Betsy Johnson, Doreen Spry, Lorrie Grant. 59 Officers: Top to Bottom: Pete Woods Communications, Delia Espinola, Vice President, Kelly Nlorgan, President, Betsy Johnson, Historian, lVlark Bignell Historian, Debbie Beilharz, Ron Kraft, Advisor, Dennis Kaufman, Treasurer. 67 Dennis Kaufman 79 Betsy Johnson 99 J ,Tl es Mr . ,,,- ""' C I V11 W-'f " ' f .. I .-.da-pl, . . Xv vw ,ff 55 . 4f",r1, M' .rp ""'- - .-.., H' V -v1QmuLf"5-'5m"' I ' AQ , 1 ' 7 V fn nw Y . 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V .I 'AY I +- mf we Q 3 Nm. 45 ' trip ' ig, ,oi A V 8 lf. ix, 1.. 4414, - , A .qu , ,H Zorphus: Now this is a club that I can really identify with! ll Dr. Claire Tremaine' Advisor VW 27 Bill Sherlock, Randy Campbell, Harry Katcher, Bill Drumm, Curt Schermerhorn, M ' qi? Ax Mike Gardiner. 1 ' V f , ' E : . X X l I -1 37 John Baker Dr. Trernaine, Jeanene Dotson, Richard Hankins, Scott Dourlag Andy Ault 45 Jeanene Dotson' President. ' K 1 V, ui I I' cj- l n . 1 ,',. - . jg ' 22:-Ziliff' , . . 0 'H ' n' UE . fx - " ' ,-gl - Q Y. slit 'V .vu . 'W .-L4 ,W f -wfdup .H y 4,05 it A X ' L . o Q 7 'K' ' ' : . Q ' ' ' , . Ay.. I A . I? 1 . , . . ' 'V A , 1 f 'm . ' -I A S "' 1 . 1 ' 17 xi 'B Q V I l .N V K '3 ' I ' lf x ,. y l If 5, , M l S.. 'YP N' wg gi In 'Q , , U AL , T N V fi H. lu 5 vw W Ti? V- . Ti R ,,i 4. if ,, , r 1 Will WW' l ' , if W , , l l f l e . , , il X, i -vw I . ll-iw " ' 1f'x fl - f X 12 L, ' , , g 1. 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Life Members include: Back Row CL to Rl: Rich Riedman, Mark Berge, Cherie Lehmann, Ian Tapp, Kathy Coleman, Debbie Savage, Valerie Noy, Janette Guthrie, Jeff Calvert, Kristi Ogden, Tim Boyles. Front Row: Ginger McMullen, Sheri Snively, Janice Barbour, Betsy Johnson, Kristin Gennette, Maureen Carlisle Zi C.S.F. President Shari Kennard and Vice President Patrice Dabrowski 39 Treasurer Melinda Dyer and Secretary Linda Pfeifer C.S.F. Members include: John Arnold, Mike Astleford, Gail Baber, Iskra Bachova, Jennifer Bentley, Eric Berge, Ron Boehmke, Kerry Bullock, Carole Burgess, Lawrence Burns, Gretchen Busch, Tony Cartmell, Bonnie Chase, Dave Cole, Mark Combs, Lynn Conger, Caren Cummings, Denise Dabrowski, Paul Dabrowski, Sharon Darrieulat, Gayle Davies, Michele Dudley, Dave Eckstein, Connie Eldred, Kathryn Engh, Jennifer Faust, Joel Fine, Cheryl Flowers, Wendy Foster, Vaughn Francis, Jeff Gennette, Meg Gessel, Martha Geyer, Mike Gibbs, Dan Gookin, Jane Gorman, Bill Harding, Denise Hartwell, Adrienne Heinzelman, Brent Hillier, Libby Jacobs, Lisa Jungnitsch, Tom Kastan, Tracey Kennard, Beth Knutson, Evan Knuttila, Todd Koppman, Martin Lindsay, Sandy Linstroth, Brent Martin, Danny Molina, Robert Monteverde, Denise Murray, Peter Nesterenko, Gay Nierodzinski, Jerri Otto, Karen Pfeifer, Melinda Rasmussen, Sandra Rao, Sharon Rao, Mark Retzer, Adam Richman, Darci Rose, Melinda Ross, Pamela Rowland, Les Sarff, David Schetselaar, Lisa Schiewe. 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K- Ulqqr If V, E, 1 Y 1 1 K un - 1 bg 1' fr d rf' is ri 'tl' ' ' f V? '1--1511-ffwifr N 1 ' 1 1 , 'nfilqn Vp xr- N' , .--"f've ,li,A xeo at.--v+Q9 1 V 8, ,,,.. ....,,.,,,.., , ....-. . fvw, sv.-'em -A-'1 ""' 1 f ' 1 ua 1 , , . dr 2 ' 4 11 VaII'1alIa's own Ron 11WoIfman" 21 Don Hults relaxes between songs. 37 K-VAL Technicians: Mike Vandever, Schioldager prepares to fade in the next Don Hultsl Dave Rowe, Ron record, Schioldager. 112 '9- , gil. ' f 's 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 I I , .9 f . its rf, gf: ,, .i- I 4 I. Q 'fe' Q-Gigi . " 9, N 4 fl f,f4 ls- aw? f ,J A F 'iii ' gl. 1 X ' 3' I Y 5 'ea . I ,PZ wa., if French Club members include: Back rovv Cl. to Rl John Adkins, Lisa Kunz, Dwayne Parrett, Chryssa Beaumont, Lisa Shellstrom, Harry Katcher, John Brantly, Simon Eggington, Carey Collins. Fourth rovv: Steve Frostrom, Denise Dabrovvski, Betsy Johnson, Shari Aaronson, Bill Hastings, lVlike Gardiner, Craig Wimsatt, Carlos Watson, Third rovv: Ut Thi Nguyen, Khanh Nguyen, Connie Eldred, lVlr. Cote, lVlaryanne Ciofh, Alicia Giguere, Kristi Odgen, Patrice Dabrovvski. Second rovv: lVlartha Geyer, Moira Harvey, Natalie Rubidoux, Vivien Spry, lVlary Jane White, Nancy Spencer, Elinor Colbourn. Front rovv: Vernon Baze, Janette Guthrie, lVlme. Anne lVlarie Glaeser. ll French Club members on a Field trip to the Chateau Basque Restaurant. 113 'l'l ITI Z I E:l:I EfTI NEI H fl-I E Eltlzl HN fTI E EltI:l HN EFT! PART THREE SPRING ACTIVITIES Pyle: To your right, vve have our lVlodern Dance Show 'tCrystal Images", and the Coronation of this year's Wrestling Queen and her court. Zorphus: Hovv beautious she appears in that statuesque pose! Zulini: But vvhy is she attired in such bizzare regalia with striped calf- claspers and a googolled overcoat? Pyle: No, no, no! That's not the queen, that's the wrestler vvho escorted her! Zulini: And what, may I query, is a vvrestler? Pyle: I'll explain that to you later, but first I would like to show you some shots from another one of our Drama Productions. Zorphus: Hmmm ... such an extensive array of participants' By vvhat moniker did this artistic creation go by? Pyle: The One-Acts. Zulini: Which one acts? Pyle: Well, they all act! Zorphus: Then vvhy did you say only one acts? Pyle: The entire shovv vvas called the l'One-Acts". Four separate casts got together and performed four different acts . . . That's all I meant to say . . . Zulini: You will have to vocalize in an exonerated manner, Comrade Pyle. Your phraseologies are toilsome to decipher. Pyle: I'll try to speak more clearly in the future. Zorphus: Who are those pastry- panoplied people with the acidulated expressions? -Pyle: Those are contestants in our cake- eating contest, an activity staged to celebrate Valhalla's third birthday. Zulini: Do you Earthlings normally consume sustenance through the nasal septum? Pyle: Oh no! It just appears that way because the participants were eating quite quickly. Zulini: Ooh ... I'd like a more Il'lIl'll'l5IC look at that activity! Pyle: No problem, just follovv me . .. 114 '21 is S , 15 M15 ya B67 it 7 . 'P T tzvj. , ' 1, , " f . In is W VV "r,-.Quang ,V iff --26 us- v.'f, 5,11 I 4"g.,,W 1- 'H ,.. rr , U A ,N ,,,. Q riff: QM W Q .T 'S 2 We l 4 , X if T Q- 1 4' -A , f v ' ,L 5 5715! -I ll l' " '. ,r X 1,1 Lg 2 L , if Z 4" " 1 4 333 W' 1 Y , 1 gg, ,, lk: ' V R -. . ,.e,-,Jag ' ' x . A ' , -5iLT:lE15lQ? ,fl H ll Linda Pfeifer, John Huggins, Jeff Gennette, Karen Pfeifer, lVlark Fox, Betsy Johnson in l'Raised on Robbery 29 Theresa Bohrer and Craig Sandlin dancing to llBozo Ballet" 35 Beth Knutson and Vivien Spry dual in lllfiddler on the Roof" 49 Michelle Reed, Betsy Johnson, Shawn Steen, Donna Najor dancing to the music of llBrickhouse" 57 Karen Pfeifer, Linda Pfeifer, lVlichelle Reed, Kathryn Engh and Chryssa Beaumont perform to the music of llDisco Connection" 63 David Streshly and Bob Taylor escort Tracy Friet, Wrestling Queen finalist. 7l John Cuchna and John Findel escort Chris Panek, Wrestling Queen finalist. 85 Paul Esquibel announces Valhallas 77-78 Wrestling Queen, Carol Small ll 95 Carol Small with llWrestlers crown" and bouquet, escorted by Paul Esquibel 109 Carol Small takes one last look at her bouquet before challenging Paul Esquibel to a grapple on the mat. 115 Carol Small, Wrestling Queen. 115 9 f 5-1 'T X .f" X, ,. . f '.v- - N . -2 f .k... 5. . . 52-'-71' -Z' ff? ' , J 1-4. ny, 1-4 'A 4 P Q, "ly 'T 9 I gf' 4 u "'-5'.v'H." ,, , . ' V -,xg-1 .s an , 6. fx Q ' A Q59 f " r 'm , 'af'-216 ' Y' 'viii off 4 K: is .P . A 4 3-. 5 .14 . 1- :' 13 Sheila Barringer, Carey Collins, and Tracey Kennard in '3Vanities". 23 Carey Collins, Tracey Kennard and Sheila Barringer. 33 Brad l-lartig and Katie Montgomery in 33FeilTer's People". 43 Bob Sullivan, Brad I-lartig, Kerry Bullock, Bruce Ortman, Katie Montgomery and Maureen Mitton in lllfeiffe-r's People". 53 Bob Sullivan in 33Feiffer's People". 63 Tai Ashbrook, Ralph Perez, Judy Gagel and Bob Mitchell in llHello Out There". 73 Ralph Perez in 3'Hello Out There". 83 Bruce Ortman in 3lDeath Knocks". 93 Tah Ashbrook in 33Hello Out There" 103 Corky Retson and Bruce Ortman in 33Death Knocks". 117 F-T QE no I- cr n. Q J: I- E no I- LI D. D I I- LI E I- m n. cn I I- fr Z V W.. W.-- , 4 4 . gl FF .: , qs m 1' . 3.1 H , xg 5 i 3 K tqiirxi v. i?g...4i?4,l,gA K. V ' 1 sry lv 3 A1 Ill! DANG D bib' 10"fl'39 'ra in an xv A A , g '?'S-. 6 5 i if .i ef, AN,. 5 . ll Sandy Schmidt pauses between bites of her scrumptious pastry. 29 A cheerful contestant. 35 U ...this isn't cake!" 45 You're right, it's foam rubber! 55 Sorry Dan, you can't have your cake and eat it too . . . 63 Announcement of VaIhaIia's Third Birthday Celebration. 77 Dancing the night away. 89 Celebrating the joyous occasion at the Birthday Dance. 119 1 ii!-1 ii il Pyle: Now I'd like to show you some of the sports that took place during the spring months. lVlany of these sports, such as swimming, basketball, and baseball were played earlier in the year by the opposite sex. Zulini: I am greatly disheartened! I was hoping to view some divergent games, but all that you have to bestow upon us are reproductions! Zorphus: Do any new sports materialize during the spring-time mensal? Pyle: of course. There' track, golf, and gymnastics. Zorphus: Jim Nastiks? Is he some sort of athletic advocate similar to the patriarch of football, Pop Warner? Pyle: Oh no! Gymnastics is a popular girls' sport at the Enterprise involving bars, mats, beams and horses. Zulini: I find this sport rather hard to fathom, Comrade Pyle. Do the gymnasts ride horses over beams and spend time at bars? Pyle: lVlaybe you'll understand Track and Field a little better. This sport is divided into running events and held events. The held events include such things as the long Jump, high jump, and discus. Zulini: lVlost of thos events are self- explanatory. The Hdiscuss", however, leaves me in a state of befuddlement. Pyle: How so? Zulini: I do not see why 'ldiscussing" something would be considered a sport. Shouldn't this type of verbalizing be a classihcation of speech? Pyle: The DISCUS is a round and flat piece of hard rubber resembling a plate. The athlete spins around several times and hurls it into the air, striving for height and distance. Zulini: How foolish of mel I assumed that the pair of vocables were homonyms, when, in actuality, they are totally contradistinctive terms with dissimilar denotations and Pyle: Enough grammar! I still want to show you our championship golf team. Zorphus: Golf? Pyle: Golf is a sport that involves hitting a tiny white ball into a hole. It requires a minimal amount of energy but a lot of concentration. Zorphus: Now that's a sport for me , . . a brain-game that doesn't tend to over-fatigue. Pyle' Come now Zorphus, I'm sure you'll enjoy them all . .. once you te seen then? spfiiiiiifib AE .........,--...N, .fu o 'Y I-V' 3' o to T DJ 'O 2 rn fn I an N H S 1 v 3 9 5 1 Il F l I 9 .ga K f-.. ' ., . 1QQQa?'afff ',i' 12' 4, f A? . P if fr ' I 9, mf -1 'YN x : Q Us 'F- if E we if 4, :sll!!l!lQ , . f hr F. V W U 1' 5 1 1 0 "9--1' .1 l.T,,...- .... Y .MLI 'lr I wx f A 7 ! ,f ' 'iota " j ,, ' 1 J' , , :I ff Y' Tj? . ,- .-,gif , A Q . . 5 L ,,...-ff' J sf SPORTS Y' f ,4N lf John Simmon Adam Rich Fred Ja b 121 3.L SINN3.L xl L SINNEIL SINNEIL SINN NEI SIN NNELL E75 SINNELL ELL INN .3 i . V . r- ,f QW - ' i' ,. . i i Q Q V wr , 4 ,A .' f.."g"f,,,.,,,,, Z-' -' " ...4 1. L 1' U .fp wa iw,-?""' Wi' f if 5 4 F' L. ,n,g,.,,:f:,.Z5f:, ' ' 1 , ff: xv , ,M E 3351! 1.4" 3 f s: ,fi 1 1' , N., ' L p,'.5,gE?5 I ,F,.., m' .f I.: g M' . 1 s 3 "4-. i ' K 1 ' - --f --- fix. .V,. -. ..L. Varsity Tennis team members include: Top rovv CL to Rig Coach Scnetselaar, T. Simmons, A. Richman, B. Simmons, G. Toolson, L. Harmsen, J. Simmons. Bottom rovvg D. Scnetselaar, E. Solar, B. Burgess, F. Jacobs, S. Schrift. 122 on, Q-'Ns lb Coach Schetselaar. ' 25 Greg Toolson. 33 Dave Schetselaar. 43 John Arnold. 53 J.V. Team members include: Top rovv ll. to RD, D. Hinton, S. Schumacher, E. Schindler, T. Villarino, S. Peckrum, J. Arnold, D. Barns, J, Rambold. Bottom rovvg J. Strei, P. Basler, B. Humphrey, lVl. Gardiner, T. Webster, T. Borgerding. 6? Brad Humphrey. 7? Dan Barns. 83 Brett O'Brian. 97 Frosh Team members include: Top rovv ll. to Rl, J, Brovvn, D. Sarlcisian, IVI Perry, G. Lay. Middle rovv, lVl. Roberts, A. Ferguson, IVI. Zablan, B. O'Brian. Bottom rovv, C. Jump, B. Fitzgerald, lVl. Smidt, L. Nadler. Not pictured, P. Atchison, V. Borgerding, D. Hastings, J Nicita. 123 VG , ' i-1 ,. ffvf 15 Scott Strifiller and team-mates. 27 Jeff Adkins. 33 David Busch. 45 Jim Smidt. 55 Varsity Team members include: Top Rovv ll. to Rl Coach IVlallicoat, J. Adkins, N. Roach, R. Sing, S. l-lerr, J. lVlullen, J. Smidt, J. Adkins, R. Phillips V. Baze, D. lVlann, Coach Leiberknecht Bottom Rovv ll. to RD lVl. Rossignol, D. Busch, R. Fritzer, S. Quartuccio, E. Tulimero, S, Strifiier. 6? Robbie Phillips. 75 Coach Sam IVlalIicoat giving signals. 85 Darren lVlann 124 K r f 'N 5 'fi ' ' 2: - .- -- ff!-' f" ' V, whim 4 V L - 4' ,, 1 , H ' fd' " '42 M H f I 5 i ' 5 ,wi 9, wi Eff? 3,1cf,, . 39 af- J z., ,ff- 9 'f-:J ap Z ff 5. sr , I . an fl. M, f s , l ffm?- rn I 1 ' S ,ur I I. ., 'w I . XX' x X X ,,,-Hi fn if "1-4.8 ...,.,'! 'x 'x 8 , 125 LL! TTI I'- I' ITI I" I' ITI I' I' ITI I- I- ITI I' I- 'LE Q 'Si I f F X 3 ,. is . V 5547? ' 'ik . , Y, 1 I H il ' QV . ,,.. x ,' V- 'asf .IL K 1 M 2 4 I '.-43 -,z .. Qin L 7 ng! 34 1 1ie?,Qggw1 ' - , Y ' i, ,,, wi., 126 li Jeff Adkins 2-43 John Mullen 59 Ed Tulirnero 65 Sal Quartuccio 75 Vernon Baze and Richard Sing 85 Sal Quartuccio G 1 Fl ,',. 'j i im- ,K - ' . ., si ' wx V 3. ,... QR , ' ' rr- ' 3 , ' ' N ,-.,,.Q,,,v, U I X I .i - . ,. WM4 Q14.tZ:,,, , . - ' L' .ii-fr, H+? .- .' ' .I U V Q J M ' A - ,vi .f -,..,,.1,-na ,, ,, , , . , . 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W..,d.,.M..,,,.,4,,f ' .1,',,f1,,1 f3'f"fff2-154,31-gk - 3455 J, 'F3'n.yLfwf - - Q , .- ' , . -1 f-mv, i"" 777 ' 4, ' 1?rv- Qfgafi. "iefg'T,'ff:f-'.':.-11,1 ,f,,f.y.'.y.v ,. 2 . i, - .iftfgffwmfi V, , '--4vf-'- . -. in . . 'c , V I IL . . Y. .M il . A ,, ..-FF.. I ' G ...Wu ,,,.,,.zg.k:9? vm , . J ...,.,,,,Ng 55, 'l,. , ' . ' Q-l ' ,.' 21. '. I. "L3x'f02B -U -. -V' ' , I . , n if- - T - ,A , , rf-, -. 'z, 1 V ei..-' r , A-Q' -, '. 5, ,w.,',,,,- .- " jvf, ' . H L ' - ,, ,,,- an V, ,gqml ' -- , . G f' Q ,V-V., , ix. , .VK A 4, 7 , 1' , .3 ily, ,, ' T . , 4,"4 ft aa 5,34 .-A A i , , Ni, r v 1, is-in . , V -5: .4 .' - , 3 - fr i 1, , A gi f t J, -if-3 , figgf-5i1w2'.g - All-. - ' rf 1 1, , -1 if .J The Varsity Baseball Team has 12 returning lettermen this season. Two of the top 3 hitters in the Grossmont League are back. They are John Mullen and Darren lVlann. The experience of these returning players plus a transfer short stop from New York, and several J.V. players should make for a fine season. Valhalla should finish strong in the league. Four pitchers, all with experience, vvill carry the mound duties. Three of our infielders are returning, all outfielders are back. We Finished lifth in the League last year. We should finish well above that making the C.I.F. Playoffs. Our hitting and pitching should be strong. If our defense is tough we vvill be right at the top, Coach Sam lVlallicoat :JU 1 i ii. 2 4 , 41: I 8 I Q.: 127 . ,.... 1 P Q Q x N H K , , . -fa.-4 A if-a Q 1 .K .Ty-. 'fi . Lg ' . 1 ff, ,ff 1 ,V. H SL rl 5 ll '34A3's" X k , ' x ,I f M' 'u V ,V ey , --1' . ,,,,,.,+f,f3..g.w7laf1. 7 in 'W 'Q l..- ni' -A Q, .a. :MPL ,xx-,',z:, vie, nrt 33, N: .,a 9, 4. 1 f 5 a ..,,1l4 5 . M -Auf' L -V I , ,L ,IQ 4.x Q -vm au 'HT' Ju' " 'xz'x':? HH 'Vet 1 V , , I 2 l 1. r l l l W , I j lg, ,, A H A ,, I9 ' Li. ' , f V. -of .-ll .f .. ,wffflf , - We iff" . ' 477' , 3-51? .55,.f ' A J K . ' we in ul ' A I 1 'ffl P . g, . T xqfvsk as 9? . . NJA! IQ le-:fb C? ' P ,, ,q ,, .l , 'fa l l . T ia QY. M . ' I ,, f in-H M Q! .., 'A s -W. J.V. Team members include: Top Rovv ll. to RD, Coach Lucky Thompson, P. Idle, R. Huffman, S. Gram T. Williams, P. Orr, L. Scnrift, D. Wissel, D. Paight, J. Wallace, P. Dabrovvski. Bottom Row ll. to Rl, S. Sladek, R. Gomez, lVl. Spinazzola, T. Botte, lVl. Holloway, lVl. lVlulIen, D. Woodruff. 128 Al-gm, .. 1 L, f' - M .. Q . G. Femrite, D. lVllller. 'D , Q h 3 , sims .Y - ,Q-wg,-N. . ,. . -.d - li -.Q ,XJ.'.s1'lF'7' -"' 'Wk .QL 4 5 ,.-S,-7"'..' he M ' "" ' .AE L ..,. .1 tqftmig, .S-QYLAJQ-M.?i5Lnwf31, in -.-5 Xa, " . L. ' X .'-.'hj,jp-.f- . 1 ..wv,,,. 'A ,K ...R , g ,.,...:.:..., -., - - ' - 'P' ,L -' '. vf'f"kxlf gsgaasgggat.-1...lssjqzqk-.-1,f.,.,. J -.-s..f- - 'gzar . .- -:Q - 'Q . , .M , 5, . mg 2,1'43-:,:,,f.-:ci--fg::,.-5 4:1 -vi -.:.:-5, -,fi-,,:,-:ig mg" --' ,. , . . ,A . .b - I - 1.1-.5 ---V .f-W.5fs:wsf-ag:-1:-.V.-..- ,,- ,.5 ,-.: -- ff """ 'c ' 3 .i . Sri ,.-J qv' ,, -3, sk. - .I-:dm .xx .i,X.., W-- 'Q N .s x 4 -sv- .-375, I... Frosh Team members include: Top Rovv CL to Rig Coach Steve Viclcery, K. Waggoner, lVl. Wildes, R. Slnyard, R. Sawyer, Coach Don Schuldies. Middle Row lL to Rl lVl Keagy, T. Torretto, lVl. Rossignol, A, l-lolmes, K. Small, T. Northcutt, lVl. Press, D. Contreras. Bottom Rovv CL to Rl R. Curtis, T. Gilmore, D. Busch, J. Sherman, D. Foster, L. Stone, lVl. Williams, S. Wyhie, S. Lombardo. Not Ricturedf si. xi n -W , "' .."hL,,, . 1 ,K Q Q I 1 . r f r H . .. 5-1,3-.4ws,f.fh ' My ' , v""U ,VI " . .J-1541,-b-:x,,35, .' 1 ' Aft?-f :'r't"w - Ak Q, - x 1 V ,,,Lf'as I ' 1 ' I S.. ' W A 4 ,Qi 3 V V, i Zig., . .... I- an ,.., f I .vw ,J- ' .. 'ff if 1, ll Dave Woodruff 29 Lee Roach .,M,7.f. ,.,,ffA it ,T . 35 Pat Brotherton 'C T girf Aa ,,l,7,jg3f 47 Sw Gram v -1. f ,M W, ,,,i,,,.,. ,, -4 - W A - -Y 'V 'yy f' A f- ,f.,,. f- ff'-1. . rv ' ..,.,...f .'. I, 1 I ,. .. I , 'MH law- ww- -. 1 ',. JM.. i- - 'Nw-ff ,..-L-.ef 7g ,-..-, 'A' ,LLL 5 ' . . T :Q . L, 55 Darren Contreras 63 lVlatt Rossignol 75 Dan lVliller 85 Ron Sinyard --"4 '- A-k!."24.t".1 129 Q. TRACK TRACK TRACK TRACK TRACK TRACK TRACK 177 I' f , "T XI P. J-1' .' '4 B S... 130 A fn W...- .ilu 'C -K 'i If hai Y , .4 4 1..- ., cv, .3 - V T ,K .an we-g M , ...,,,, ,. N. ,vw-'VF - . - ' ' -1 . V+, ,, ,,4w.g iff ez f A g ' . Q' 'W v , W , Q 6 5 ,f 1 Lx mm 'Ib 72- 1 f' 0 - f ' y , , Mu L L. : -,M w, , , "4 ' 1-3' ' if - 1 -41 U , fQ,5a":f:-4, 5 7 TWZQZ-fi g " ' ' 1 'Y , 1, . 4 -14 , ,J - ' f ff 5 "Q dm, ,, rf' I f, Y -, , , gg, . . , 4,237,123 :ea 1522 gfifdf' , a t fiffwi. 1 3-fit".-2,1,ff,' , , , f 4yy,1f,2 f,3Q,.',1::y :f 5,5 Q22,'.?f421'i.-Q ww f' 3125 l. .f, 1.21 "fMr.'-,f'1-- ' ' ' '.. , 1,15'-, " . ' 5 ,, W' " f, F 'Z 'f'74'7"?f"f-i " f 7i'ff5'2Z'f'l'f " 4 '-i'f15- iffff,,:V11,,,""k' 5""?f2?ffp:j1"'.',3Z '1fE?f2' '4 3 'HV' ' J., ,4" f 2" 17354 '2V4?"f' - ,gi T 1 J f jiff'!? ' 1 i 21:2 , , T. f ,V ui? - -f""Xf6fff,:: "' V 79" K. 1 V,,' V I ' fu, , .-Y , f . A ' A If ,A I ,,'4 Q ,A ,, , M AA , T W 'T ll Coach Jim Peabody. 23 Rich Riedman, Ron Urich and Rob Kastan. Bl Rich Riedman and Rob Kastan. 43 lVlark Covell. E 55 Jeff Goodall. C 67 lVl ark Vavra. 5, F 55,3 ,icq lk - I 77 Sprinters and Hurdlers include: Top row il. to RD, lVlarlc Vavra, Kurt Vavra, Russ Kimler, Jeff Goodall, Scott Myers, lVlark lVlonroe, Chris Duncan, Coach Jim Franksen. lVliddIe row, John Orsinger, Rich Riedman, Corky Retson, Rob Kastan, Vince Speidel, Bob Thomas, Doug Greiner, Bill Shipman, IVlarl4 Covell. Bottom row, Drevv Grubisich, Ron Urich, Bob lVlunich, Todd Koppman, Tim Anderson, Bob Urich. 131 4 , , J' -Q I 4 P 1 'S 1. ., ' A ' Ry -4... a N fy xy w 3, '- Q ' ,ff Y nm , X X . af M ' .l, , W., P ,W . .- .J V , -X' J ri-A' ., , xy' , f AQ f 'l-' --V I :-. V ' .' NIU U. 1, '- ' fa ' X' Q V Ah .. 1. M., f,, 'f,n+ffn.r1sx, 'fflffi .x ff ' 1 1 , 1 ? ' A X , . fi ' w v Y . Q, i - .AA all 4 X 'Mew' -WW. 4 .. , ' I . -' 'Yfy lx' v I I ' ' . 2,,, vi mix X- .9-, M " 1. rg.. Ii-.J ' if ff if-.. Field Event members include: Top rovv CL to RD, J. Nicolau, T. Bajema, B. lVlacl4y, K. Lunnovv, P. Esquibel,lVl.Gautl'1ier, D. lVlolina, IVI. Sanger, Middle row, B. Scnumslcy, B. Cunningham, T. Anderson, D. Dreesen, S. Kura, R. Williams, J. Tverberg. Bottom rovv, S. Dillard, IVI. Stolz, B. Ross, H. Katcner, S. lVlcClure, K. Kimmel. 133 -Q-4:1 5, In the short history of Valhalla Track and Field there have been a remarkable number of outstanding performers. This year's squad promises to add to that distinguished list. Leading the way on the men's team will be nationally- ranked shot putter and discus thrower lVlatt Gauthier. With the help of his coach Larry Pear, lVlatt returns this year as the top high schooler in the nation. Other athletes that will corner a spot in Norse history will be the Vavra brothers, lVlark and Kurt. lVlark is one of the fastest low hurdlers in the county and leads the team in the highs. His brother Kurt is an outstandin hurdler in his own right and also challenges the school records in both the high jump and the triple jump. Also showing promise in this year's track picture is our mile relay team being led by Corky Retson, Rob Kastan, Rich Reidman, and lVlark Vavra. This team showed its promise early by being invited to run the Jack-in-the-Box Invitational. With the aid of new coach Jim Franksen, we expect to see them on the All-CIF list. Rounding out our list of stars are several runners from the distance areas. Being helped by Coach Jerry Mills and paced by All-CIF distance man Robert lVlonteverde, men like Rat King, John Boncher, and Ken Williams can look forward to league championships in several events. The GirI's team is not without its stars and they include some great ones. Topping the list is state finalist in the mile Cheryl Flowers. Cheryl's Junior year should find her as the top-ranked runner in the county and surely no lower than her third place finish of last year at the state meet. Also showing greatness are sprinter Barb Clift, thrower Cathy Coleman, and distance people like Janet Silveira and Caren Cummings. As our list of top athletes grows, so 'will the memories of an eventful season. The team hopes that it has given you something to remember from the spring of 1978. Coach Jim Peabody 134 11.3 gy-K Iilrv- 1' i 1 ti' N ,QYQH i 'ti " ,.' W, if 'K J... if 0 ' I:-: CLC 'Us 1, ,.., ,lang I 1 I if i J' --A X 7 iv f , J ff . in-qusvv 7 - 7 1. tw 9 6 91 P 9 Frosh Track and Field team members include: Top Row CL to Rl, E. Lloyd S Atherton, N. Capobianco, J. Eckstein, S. Rogers, IVI. Ashley, B. Lewis, G. Graf S Long. Middle Row, J. Caddell, lVl. Nevins, IVI. Oakes, L. Bell, R. Brownsberger lVl Dicks, B. Avant, K. Pickslay. Bottom Row, C. Koppa, K. lVloran, lVl. lVlitsigas lVl Combs, L. Sevier, S. Kurtz, T. Hughes. -New -Ai 1 Girl's Track members include: Top Row iL to RJ M. Herlihy, L. Lalcowski, W. Silliker, B. Kronzer, B. Crous, S. Wikler. Middle Row, J. Metsler, S. Lewis, H. Gram, C. Koppa, C. Bowen, D. Maurinos. Bottom Row, D. Sweeten, M. Harvey, J. Wutzke, T. Frelt, S. Moore, J. Blanco, T. Sladek. - ...,,,.,-1-Q-H-f'f""' .. 'P 'S L " A .1 V. vi. 4-.. 5-C 1. . f ' ' .V '1 'i9iir.l.z"x j FW ,VH 5 E s f Qu if 5 -i I r 1' N X in x . ri' ' A . .' I' -Q ' l i l f.. - JH- li Jim Eckstein 23 Steve Kurtz 33 Ted Hughes and Kent Piclcslay 47 Girl's Track Members include: Top Row CL to RD D. Senita, C. Kasunic, M Espanola, C. Cummings, B. Boncher, S. 'v Goodall, C. Flowers, K. Senita, S. Swain, K. Brownsberger, L. Thornton. Middle Row, J. Solar, D. Jaquess, L. Barren, C. Seller, J. Duran, D. Nager, L. Phillips, J Woods, K. Gilbert. Bottom Row, M. Gastil, B. Clift, J. Silvera, D. Shipkosky, L. Cranmore C. Small, C. Burgess, D. Schlesier, K. Brownsberger. 55 Cheryl Flowers 67 Diane Shipkosky 7D Karen Senita 13 5 fi7f ... .lu D. V"i i l i i l - ff' -1 , 1 ,, .p.1.,+, Q . ,, . ' ' ' " WG- ,- -.Mai-. ,, , ,, ,fm .4 iff: ll Dave Dekoclc 23 Jim Hall Bl Bob Spiegler 45 lVlai'l4 Villarino Sl Bob Pastore 63 Dave Reed 75 Dave Lloyd 8l Golf team members include: Top row, ll. to Rl Coach Ferguson, Ron I-lar er Joel Fine Dave Dekock, Brent p I I Hillier, Dave Reed, IVlike Long, Jim Hall, Bottom row, John Purlia, Dave Lloyd, Stu Wells, Dave Scnmelzer, Bob Spiegler, lVlarlc Villarino, Bob Pastore. 136 -r5W"' 1 , 3 'Dv , , - 1 . fi . V4 '24 v,f- V 'V , gf, ,4 V. f nk: . 1 , ff D - if A , f' . ' 1 I' V a, f 5 " 21 3, -' ff: 'r , , ,, , L ,,,,,Z ,U I, .. 4, A I ' f " ' 1: ..,w,5nw::1 .I , A , gf '- g1.w,,s-ly-,3 .ir P A -2 ' ' -, . ,A " ' L ,,.. I r 3 1- .AA ' , 1' z Lv4..,, . ', 2 - ' - QQ "5 A ' 1 5 g . .c':fLy., rv:-, nj, ' 51,13-1j,,kf'::-'y ffl'-' L-2 '12fI1I'?'i:' ,jig ffrff .g,gQgf5g.31-35,gf5,-ggi-QE-1,1 -Y ,nf ,, , 115 "'-' 1 Q .f , z ' I w.j': -1, ww 1 ,, ' V, 1 ,pw -V 1 lv:-.. 'f ,3 9' .w g - ' . W.1s4?Mf:-H27-f""ff9? 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W Af- " Wm Z1 :Lava 5 ww, , - :-,. 4+ ,M-1 5 ' w I I .J -A 4 . ..- ..i . ,.,- .. ...-- - W.. ut.-.- f,v,.g,g'g ' 3 '-WY "WI , 1 1 ,.f Qlfwwfffw '1 1 , P f , v 1 . 14" , .5 ,qmma g ., 1 fuwu ,- wwf rw gf J, ' ww I MW ,Q ,go WZ! wr Our golf team this year is extremely strong. Having vvon the league last year, and having lost no one to graduation, vve have everyone back from that championship team. Robert Spiegler, last year's most valuable player, is undoubtedly the team's best player. He is always finding ways to improve himself through constant practice. This becomes apparent vvhen he plays, since one can never tell hovv he is doing by the iook on his face. Bob is insatiable. Dave DeKock is playing the role of a leader for the second year in a row as the team's captain. He has the most match experience, having played in more tournaments than anyone from Valhalla. Brent Hillier and Bob Pastore are tvvo Juniors vvho also have a lot of match experience, Brent and Bob are not in the habit of bragging about their golfing abilities, but both are indispensible, excellent golfers, and very modest individuals. lVlike Long, a Sophomore, joins the above four players in having teed it up in the CIF playofs last year. Jim Hall, a newcomer to Valhalla golf, is sure to break into the starting lineup, and has the ability to beat anyone at any time. Other returning lettermen are the long-hitting lVlark Villarino, the gambling hustler Joel Fine, and the precise, one-putting Dave Lloyd. Dave Reed and Stu Wells, tvvo other long- hitters, are making strong bids for positions this year. Valhalla is forming somevvhat of a dynasty in golf. We are very conhdent about our success, and our only problem should be that of getting our oversized heads through the shoulder straps of our golf bags. The '77-'78 Golf Team ll Joel Fine Zl Brent Hillier 3? Ron Harper 47 Dave Schmelzer 55 Ron Harper, Bob Pastore, Dave Reed 63 Cottonvvood Golf Course 139 f t W f'4-away 1 gi. 'H-,ms 2, -Y if' X K. -A 1, W ' Eibw 1 'iljfili V: Ms- 12211,-1' 2 'gmvks-af , W-,fra - 'K'-frmgfi -,X--1. x I V Am. :,.,, , ,v l" , A ' 'L Kgi'i':j,5?' '-.,. .Q 1' ,-. , . A . v... ., ---. 51'--. ,am-M-wf - ",r:A..,M ,L-.M -..,,, A gf., ,L ' . . . - -- , ww.-9 ""Af ' ' ' -' ' ' ,415 'fl gJ'4,,4. -:-gk' 151.-, 1 dm . ' .g,f:y,.gg,4- . :. V r. 1, f:.- A ..- . IA AM-41. . H I 1,5 -V f-2 gl. . V, np D '- ' 4:4257 . -,fry V.. .gui wg' , ,ww g , ff- ..- 53 1 ,rg3gP'Qp,5 ,, vawfeii I L 35,1 V- ,, ,Eg -0,:5x,u.' , . ' .."9kf'v5f , 4, . P - , ,f.- . -455 -"4',g,1 "Wl"""" ' ' , .M 4, 'g,:' up an .,. . 1-- ,X ' ' J.. f 1 , . S. A. " H 1 1, .M ' n- 33,0 5 14.3 Er. ., .uv P 1 3 viral: Q' I? Q , E lf' g N 1 9.791 -',--g w S w"'-rtf xi J gf , . j, , '5 ig - f. if V? 5 A '18 a I Q 13 Coach Whitehead 23 Gerry Sapper 33 lVlarlc Fox 43 Tim Schumate 53 Craig Sandlin 63 Jim Gallup 73 Howard Fulton 83 Howard Fulton and Tim Bottger 93 Sam Pickslay 103 Jim Gallup L , ,, - 1, fl 5,4-f.,--7--, if ,,,. Y' ,,. .lv f ,. ., f A rt.: .' ' . M ' "f' , , ' 4' . f:':9:3.,kf5e-13,"." , ,Qwu . , , A' ,, - f- - .i'.3'S.'Q'E',s"-.fL.' , , A um: , , . , , ,. . . fy' mf' "31sff:IfSf,' i,,' " '. W' Zvi' w ,, mr , ,f ft., -,fa if-ff, Wvmwmnrw"'fy ' - 4 3 1 f 7' at I :QQ 3 f : n, . . , 4 R: Is' T' 'I S, r 3 gt. ri' 'J 1- -,Mfg Q. .,, MZ, A, a '4' ,., , f ..,' , 't 575' 1 ' a , Pl ' I -V. . E, '.-in K 'x , wxfs. fit, "1 C' ,sf 3 '-4 'FM .f,z ,J Agn ,fa-ff ' 'eb' s 3' lb, ,. , f -v , ' I ', 1 x 4 UV-.l J - "-w. 6 uf, , ISL 'C .- L? .A Ci- 4 . - ,f-, , 5.95. g'jfn:Q 4' " - '1. 2' fig' f 1' 4175 - , ' , 1 f 2 1. .1145 div' 'f' ' iw "1-nf' I-j' " 2 fp' FI . 1 'Lf ,K ' WE." 12441114252 ,365 9 .. f '-1 ' 4.3 ine' v I 'F L' I f 1 , an, ,fl ,, 411.-'4 ,Tiff-.fz..3, ,f.,- I . Y ,Q-'1 A - A f. fffa-wwivf. ' Wi 1' " ffTf'41's-2L'?,e,1n.'af, -1.0.9 Varsity Swim team member include: Top row CL to R3, Jim Gallup, lVlarl4 Fox, Tim Schumate, Dave Neuman, Gene Dafoe. lVliddle row, Gerry Sapper, Bob Satterlee, Craig Sandlin, Jeff Wellnitz. Bottom row, Tim Bottger, Jon Durant, Howard Fulton, Bill Cossolias. 141 ' -fi - .A A X The 1978 Norsemen Swimming teams vvill have provided the Valhalla I community with plenty of excitement. Led by seniors Tim Bottger Csprintsl, Jon uOhio" Durant Csprintsl, lVlark Fox Cbaclqstrokel, Dave lVleyers Cbutterflyi, Craig Sandlin Cbutterfly and I.lVl.l, Bob Satterlee Cbreaststrokel, and Gerry Sapper Cdivingl this team vvill attempt to defend their League Championship. As of this date, the Norsemen have I already posted an impressive victory over a strong Grossmont team. Outstanding performances by Sam Piclcslay C11l, Tim Shumate C11l, Bill Cossolias C1Ol, and Jim Gallup C109 . have certainly set a trend of competiveness that vvill aid the entire team throughout the season. The Norsemen have scheduled perennial powers Fallbrook, Vista, Patrick Henry C1977 San Diego C.I.F. Championsl, and Hilltop. Hovvever, the ultimate aim ofthe Norsemen vvill be preparing forthe League and C.I.F. Finals. The medley relay team of Tim Shumate Cbackstrokel, Sam Pickslay Cbreaststrokel, Jim Gallup Cbutterflyl and Tim Bottger Ctreestylel have already established themselves as the team to beat in the C.I.F. by post-an impressive early season time of 1:43.2, 4 seconds from High School All American consideration time. The Junior Varsity squad will be aiming for their third consecutive Grossmont League dual meet championship. A talented group of Sophomores will push the Juniors for top seeding in theconference meet. In addition, the 1978 Freshmen team will be shooting for an unprecedented fourth consecutive League championship. 1 'Wm Coach Jim Whitehead ll J.V. Team members include: Top rovv CL to Rl, V. Francis, D. Parrette, C. ' Buclcmann, B. Gillis, J. Cutri, lVl. Nevens, lVl. Neumann. lVliddle rovv, B. Nelson, G. Fox, K. Rizzo, J. Sacco, C. Gibson, C. Williams. Bottom rovv, T. Keach, J. Clayton, lVl. lVladdox, D. fl ' Webster, lVl. Fletcher, lVl. Schmidt. 3 29 Jeff Sacco 37 Frosh 'team members include: Top rovv CL to Rl, D. Shellstrom, N. Patoft, D. Dotson, T. Denonzio, J. Gies, D. Turner, R. Knoll, A. Pfohl. lVliddle rovv, B. lVlartin, A. Rudd, D. Pteihfer, S. Frostrom, D. Laird, W. Kimari, S. Fitch. Bottom rovv, K. Hattrup, B. lVloiseion, R. Novell, R. Nelson, J. Panserelli, A. Freit, R. Doughty. ...... 142 1. . . 1 ff f 7,',' f '5 ,wf , IW! fu, li ,.........wm..vv"'2' ,, ..,-.7.,,,, ,:,z,,, , ,, ' -'c---aw-f.- A 'Mm-., '44 rrs-.wwf-f'1f3'F"--W"" 1 2. K , ,I , 1. v arf -, 435 2 , 0 ' ' 'V- "- . 4' W , " Vp- T " I, , , V' M -1 .,,..,' vnu: " +2 If . "3Q,,i-,,,:g. "" ' V!"- at M ' . of ,yllg-H 'H Vg-aff' . ,,,,.,,,.,,,.,,.f. ., vw ' ' " A .4 "'f"""" ,M W- i , ,i --, ..,., ' H ,..,:,,.iJ 574' , A 'W' sn-1..,., 40. 4' "Ati, . ,,,, f. --,.,.... f vi, . ...U ' ' .,, ' . -,,, ..- ,-v., .., Hai 45 , V59 65 75 2 87 IVIil4e Neumann GO!!! Craig Buckmann Troy Keach Keith Rizzo -Z' 4 If 5 . AR E SIBLS' BASKETBALL GIBLS' BASKETBALL GIBLS' If J W Q ,-U 2, , - fs 1 4 5 x8 wg-1,6 Kimi' in Q 4 :Q Af ie :lg li! X , KX A K' 3 - i- -.Y , . . x"""-..., X. WW' - -'B Q, ,J f:- 4,5-E 17 27 37 47 57 67 77 Tammy House Carol Metcalf Lori Linn Julie Bristol, Diane Stone Karen lVlcLevie Lu Ann Gores Time-out for strategy changes. 5 ,..15,f7-v:...,....-....,.,,-N-Q-.Jkt I-Q vs. , .,,, , , ll Varsity Team members include: Top row lL to Rl, Assistant Coach Dan Cartwright, Carol Metcalf, Karen Mcl.eyie, l.ori Hamelehle, Diane Stone, Julie Bristol, Kerry Bullock, l.u Ann Gores, Coach Dennis Biletnikoff. Bottom row, Liz Newell, Carolyn Reed, Jenny Bentley, Tammy House, Stephanie Jerris, Lori Linn. 27 Julie Bristol 37 J.V. Coach Wade Vickery 4l Jenny Bentley 55 Sandy Smith, Karen Flor, Shauna Macpherson bl J.V. Team members include: Top row lL to Rl, Karen Flor, Jill Bignel, Barbara Petree, Llnsay Macpherson, Pam Dodd, Susan Watts, Sandy Smith, Sara MacCracl-'en, Shauna Macpherson. Bottom row, Kristin Bowne, Mary Holland, Claudia Gumpad, Ronna Hansen, Kim House, Susan Emrich. "Mn V , 'fri-1' . . . 1 il .gr HV. l . ' r w.- ' ' f '. -'J 2, , , -- ,Q 1 1l.,,,, P .f , , 1. V . -fili- ' u .--,.. ' M,-. ,FF ' we il i L is f Q ., A 71' J D3 , S55 F' Q -. 'R 4? .'. 4' '- 1 x The 1978 Valhalla Girl's Basketball Team could be characterized as young and inexperienced. This years' Norseiadies are in a rebuilding stage as third year guard Tammy House returns as the only Senior on the squad. Juniors Lu Ann Gores C1977 Honorable Mention All Grossmont Leaguel, Julie Bristol, Carol lvletcalfe, and Jenny Bentley are the only other players with Varsity experience. The remainder of the team includes Juniors Kerry Bullock, Lori Hamelehle, Karen lVlcLevie, Carolyn Reed, Stephanie Jerris and Sophomores Diane Stone, Lori Linn and Liz Newell. The team makes up for their lack of experience and size by playing an aggresive, hustling, pressure defense. Teamwork will be emphasized throughout the season. A passing game offense allows scoring opportunities to be shared by several players. Against zone defenses, quick and accurate ball movement is encouraged. The girls work hard in daily practice knowing success in games depends upon the understanding and the execution of the basic fundamentals. IVlental discipline and physical conditioning are also highly stressed. They work to develop an attitude which will help them to achieve their goals. Hard work and dedication to excellence is emphasized so that the highest level of competitive play can be attained. Coach Dennis Biletnikoff "1-,QV .Cs g fN -.R . --K" ' 'l N J , ,J A1 i ix s.-,J .J ., P , h .. , -,- f, 1 l ' fy ,L ' , M 1 , - . , . ,Y T, y ,..- l xjfvl I -,ig f . 1 U fx W! ix, f f X x X 5 ir.: x 4 w 1 3 fs sf f i 1 Q L ii , 5 , - . 3 , wa v i V 1 ,, X X-f . it T V,-X , cf -. ,V I.. . x N. i '-, x . 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"'X'aa-..,f . 6. Aw.-1 fa f :wap au 43? 4 f X fb " 1 1 ' if 52 1 , 7 ,cl ff. We I 3 A fry? 5, The Girlfs Gymnastic Program continues to strengthen each year. Hopes are high to better last year's record of second in the Grossomont League, and fourth in the county. Girl's Gymnastics is divided into three teams: Varsity Optional lhighly skilledl, Varsity Compulsory, and Junior Varsity. There are four competitive areas in Girls' Gymnastics: Floor exercise, Balance Beam, Uneven Bars, and Vault. The floor exercise routines combine tumbling skills, dance moves and balance skills in a creative sequence to music. The routine must be Howing, while allowing the gymnast to show her individual styling and personality. Balance Beam is especially important as the gymnasts perform their routine on a beam four inches wide and four feet off the ground. Outstanding performers in Floor Exercise and Balance Beam are Optionals Norma Brullo, Julie Drake, Joan Lenihan, Laurie lVladsen, and Chris Panek, and in Varsity Compulsory, La Rae Landers, Lorri Naud, Kim Hollingsworth, Becca Hess, Tory Gauthier, Gretchen Belcher, and Vicki Frank. In the uneven bars, it often takes an entire season to perform a particulary difficult skill. The routine must be flowing and without stops. In vaulting the margin for error is very small, as in the uneven bars. Outstanding performers in Vaulting and Bars are optionals Norma Brullo, Julie Drake, and Lynn Raney, and Varsity Compulsories Linda Satterlee, Linda Taylor, and Kathy Roberts. The lVlost outstanding gymnast is the All-Around Gymnast, or the one that can compete in all four events. Outstanding Optional All-Arounds are Norma Brullo C1977 CIF All-Around Championl, and Julie Drake. Outstanding Varsity Compulsory All- .Arounds are Lorri Naud, Linda Taylor, and La Rae Landers. Valhalla has a fantastic JV team with more potential than ever before, and the Freshman show tremendous potential with Jean Batman, Jarita Buckles, Carol lVladsen, and Kris Sundstrom, who will be Varsity members, and Gail lVlcKenna, Lisa Stewart, Diane Cavan, Pricilla Esquibel, and Karin Howard as outstanding JV members. Karen Spilger 150 x 3, 5. P -F1 ,f ,XA L., Xe X K. Y. of Q . s V 44-,. 4 ,, x-kj.-A1--.1 , A .ff- wt- ig-if f - -. ff - . ,-1:'L1ff::'1:gQ -' ' 4- E, ,.A .rv-ff., j f ',! ff , 1 .1 F: W Y! 95 N. Q 4 H1 3 .4 wi 'A r - 1 ,i ,M 2 -I ,ij Fi' J? Q4 34 filfnmm 4:5-H'-in S f wi ,,.c 4 - N-sag, Y , ., ,- '91 0 "RQ, 5 Iiff.:2?Z33 -5 ,fx ,,:',,, 4.,.- V :'ia":.' -"aft 42 :. 'Q 1- 'F' have rv ' .L R i V H3 1:1 4, E an in : ,n mi .j.'- - ' - ia- :- .- -- f, w mv- -2' ' - -g,'3'5Ei.ff,Qiai '- . kk f I . 0 - PART FOUR ' Zulini: Lord .Zeusl Who are all those decapitated specimens lined up in horizontal and diagonal queues? Zorphus: They appear most auspicious in spite of thier forso-less states Pyle: lchucklingl Chuckie, chuckle, r chuckle . . . What you are looking at my friends, are photographs of some of the members of our Freshmen class. lVIost of them have complete bodies, although they dotift appear in the pictures. Zorphus: Freshmen? Is that an appellative applied to some sort of echelon or paramountcy? Pyle: Actually, the word Freshmen is a classification given to a certain grade- level or rank. Students in this grade are commonly refered to as ninth graders, lnot to mention a few less flattering thingsl,'and:most of them arse new to the Enterpkse. Zulini: How so? W Pyle: They are required to graduate from other enterprises known as junior high.or middle schools before they can attend Valhalla. They jusH:ompleted this requirement last June. .Zuliriz Do they adapt easily to these newfangled surroundings? Pyle:'SurprisingIy, most of them do, lexcluding the few that you see swinging from the sound baflies, of coursel. , Zorphus:,What are the other grade-level classifications? Pyle: After the Freshmen, we have our Sophomore class, an eager young group of tenth-graders typified by Driver's Ed, Social Living and American Studies. Zulini: And who may they be? Leaders of the clasi Pyle: Oh no! Those are just classes in which Sophomores can usually.be . found. Come, I'll show you the American Studies area. ' ,lThe trio arrives at the north end of the Media CeFiter.J ya-f - ' O Well, what do you think? Zorphus: Think about what, Comrade Pyle? All that we see is a diminutive group of students clustered innocently about some sort of conveyor. 1 Pyle: Ah, but there is much more here than what meets the eye. In the back room, a lecture is in progress, and in the theater a nlm is being shown. Three seminars are presently being offered, and readings are available for the students who prefer to study independently. You see, it's all part of our American Studies program, where the students themselves have the option of planning their own schedules. The Hamanities and Biology departments are utilizing similar systems. Zorphus: What a unique and innovative conception! Back home, our young scholars are compelledgto acquire knowledge by our preadamic computer modules and video learning centers. It is quiet archaic when compard to .your imaginative system! Pyle: lspeechlessi Jeepers! . . . I don't know what to say . . . Zulini: Perhaps youucould complete your delineations of the various grade-levels found at the Enterprise. Using the law of consecutivity, I safely assumed that the eleventh grade follows the tenth grade, but Iam inquisitive as to what autonym this next assemblage goes by. Pyle: We call them Juniors. They are a hardy bunch of puplis who tend to live each daylvvith great anticipation. Zulini: Whyis that Comrade Pyle? Pyle: Because next fall they will become Seniors! The highest and most . prestigious classification of all. Zorphus: What makes these Seniors so distinctive? Pyle: I'll explain that to you later, but iirst I would like to tell you about our unusual daily schedule . . . it's totally different from anywhere else in this area. Zulini: In our educational system back home, certain courses are only required to converge on a tri-hebdomadal basis, leaving a longer interim for concentrated rumination during an elongated period. Pyle: Things are different here at the Enterprise. On Nlonday, all classes meet, but on Tuesday through Friday, only three classes are held during the day. This creates a longer instructional time that is favorable to both teachers and students. ' Zulini: I couldn't have stated it better, Comrade Pyle. Pyle: I think I've talked enough about the various grade-levels . .. how would you like to see' them? Zorphus: That would be most amiable. Zulini: I hope it will not take an Jnterminable amount of time, Comrade Pyle, for we must depart shortly. Zorphus: By the way, Pyle, how many students occupy the Enterprise? Pyle: Roughly . .. 2,469 . .. o C Q 8 . . U V V is . ,... 3 Ffiiiqvk I Ax 4 2 S ,f .Q as Michele Abbatello Cornelio Aguila Michelle Albrecht Paula Alexander Sandra Alvarez Tracy Anderson Mary Anderson Tamra Anderson ,xxx N gn fn 4 1 lf Q on fp 4 C' l Q set for l L Brenda Andrews Fred Andrews Cindy Archer Daphene Ashbrook Donald Ashforth Matthew Ashley Patrick Atchison Steve Atherton 4 e V,l,. 1: ' V -A .gl IIQV . . sfqyg. '- . . 55. 1 QS Patricia Atkins Millard Austin Robert Avant ' ' , , "' ,J X4 3 ,, . i 1 f-1 - EE' ....-fa! E1 Tina Ayala Andrew Ayers Ronald Bain n Vincent Baldwin Denise Ball Michelle Bal x t it V . ,Q ,vs ,6 ,-1 f , B, , , p f ,L ' - r .- . JV, V- Q 7' A . 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A Julie Wutzke Lyn Yeo brand Timothy Thalmayer Robert Thomas William Thompson Brenda Thorpe Sandra Traver Mike Turner Scott Vigil Gary Waggoner Phillip Walcher Paul Walter Charles Watson Tracy Webster William Weick Jim Weisiger JefTery Wellnitz Allan Wells Mark Whitmoyer Susan Whitted Kenneth Williams Marcelle Williams Joy Williar Teri Wolverton Debbie Woodson m3f'lS 1 I ' 3 I- ' .y . if-2.15 ' ' . 0 Q l . 0 3 f' ' 0 0 . O 3 , ' 0 ' . 0 . 9 I 7 ' ' 0 ' I I U O 0 f I Zorphus: Thank you so nguch for inviting us to dine with you, Comrade Pyle. Zulini: We are most famishgd! Pyle: It's my pleasure, space cadets . . . I'm.certain that the seniors will enjoy your company at their banquet. Zulini: Seniors. . . I know what they are . . . they're men from that foreQn dominion known as lvlexico. Pyle: No, my friends, 'Qat's a Senor! Here at the Enterprise, a Senior is a person in their final year of high school. Nlanylplan on goirfg to college after their graduation! ' Zorphus: Graduation?:jfou'll'have to explicate that term. X Pyle: Well, graduation is a ceremony held at the end of the school year where the Seniors wear orange and white robes and squarehats. They walk up to a platform where I'm standing and I give them a piece of paper called a diploma. This is a certificate that shows they've completed high school. Zulini: That certainly sounds like a rip- roaring activity. I do hope we're in attendance. Zorphus: Does much cheering and frivolity permeate through the crowd? Pyle: Sometimes . . . but the most common sounds are those of mothers crying and restless children fidgeting in their seats. . V", fi- -'.'V il I L - I - ' i " --r , at ,jr ,-,TT-5 L-.-.4 gr 7-.J ...A . , I , " L. I 'f-,:,f'af!Q5i1J.411" 'f'. : 1--.-if - ..i.: , , ,f-ff... ' 1: 443.411, 15.31 ., 41. s V7-3 r h -fi.-.V if .,- -L ,pg-:Q 'll .fT'-ff?Tf'A2.5.?Z'2:-fv-'-" ,rfeife ' lg . L. re- .. ' I ' "'f4u.-'lil -5:5171 LT-if L11-'?,'i'f"T-l,gb'-axzlkg--Eefi 1 fi L -,.v4f4.,k - -' 5f"'. 2.7 ,I.TT.l'1.-..'j - ,-.,:ZfnSiT'L-:,'1-.:4- .-.T.r'.4k,:a- ,.-'K 5-Q Zorphus: How could one cryf such a festive occasion? These earth women leave me in a state of bewilderment. Pyle: You know, these seniors are very special because they're the first four year graduating class fronfvalhalla. When these youngsters graduate, every last one of the Enterprise's original students will be gone. Zulini: Aren't there a few lucky souls who get the opportunity to return and repeat some classes which were previously not passed? It seems grievous that all the original pioneers should be compelled to depart. Pyle: Amazingly enough, most of our graduates are eager to leave! Zorphus: Enough nasalation, Comrade Pyle! . .. lVly soupcd'n sensers are eagerly awaiting the prospect of popping some tasty tidbits into my oral cavity. Pyle: I don't know about you, but I'm hungry! Luckily, we've made it to the restaurant. Zulini: Are you sure that the "seniors" won't feel uncomfortable with our presence? Pyle: No, not at all! Basically, th3y're non-violent types. Zorphus: finside the restaurantl The "seniors" seem to be very dissatisfied with their meals. It looks as though they are protesting by undulating and gyrating their bodies. A Pyle: Don't get upset, Zorphus, they're just dancing again. Zulini: They never get enough, do they? Pyle: Dancing is actually good for the body and it's an easy and fun way to exercise. In fact, our seniors enjoy dancing so much that at the end of the school year they hold a Senior Prom. This is probably the last dance that they will ever attend during their years at Valhalla. Zorphus: Is that the gala occasion is which the participants adorn themselves in their most diligent garb and pretend that they're adults at an upper-class gathering? Pyle: Yes, but our mature seniors never try to mimic anyone , . . they are very sophisticated, and subdued adults in their own right. That is why they .usually go to Disneyland after graduation or some other place of pleasure, Zulini: Disneyland? l've heard of that place before. Isn't it the park where one can pay a small fee and experience ty adventure of their choice? Pyle: Yes, that's the place. Disneyland is as much a part of our American society as hot dogs, blue jeans, '53 Chevies, and your favorite, dancing! 0 Zorphus: Such an uncivilized society... Zulini: I overheard someone say that Usenior standouts" ave going to be anriunced. lVlay I inquire as to the meaning of that phrase? Pyle: Well, each senior votes on 17 categories and elects one class member to lill each position. The categories include such titles as: Best Personality, lVlost Scholarly, lVlost Likely to Succeed, and many others. Zulini: I'd think that winning one of these titles would be a tremendous boost to one's ego. Is that actually the case Comrade Pyle? ' Pyle: Not really. IVlost of the modest seniors at the Enterprise don't have any ego problems . . . the Senior Standouts are merely intended to be fun. Zorphiusz That is most commendable. Back on our planet, any such reco nition to onei being would resu in overwhelming pride. Zulini: Yes, I must say that you have a most reputable group of seniors here. Pyle: Would you like to meet them? Zulini: Certainly: Wyre would one go for such an encounter lof the third kindl? Pyle: Nowhere . . . I've got them all right here. Let me introduce them to you, one by one . .. M - r eww ' ' it my L " 1,-gg Hr pi . , b ,.Tu,i....t- up . 'iw' , iw .V Dawn F lm. 5: .JL ' a t me ' Deana Coreen Helen Al U . 4. , i. V, si I .if ir if -ndrqq., Y: .J1 ., . 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'f 'jkxxx If A 5' 1 Cynthia Willis Stephen Wilson Shelly Wiltfong Russell Winterton Juliet Woods Camera Shy: Bobby Anderson Jerry Antoine Sherry Asperin Donald Bailey Mark Ball Jeffrey Barber Lisa Bell Kathryn Biggins Kim Billings Phil Bourgeois David Broady Foy Carnevale Patrick Carns Kevin Carson Karen Casellaw Ruben Castillo Zoe Chakaris Joseph Cioe Mike Clearwater Lisa Colbourn Harold Cupp Tracy Curtis James Daniels John Dickerson Lawrence Dyer Kevin Elser Deborah Failla Jackie Fairhust Leonard Flickinger Louis Floquet Deirdre Flyn n yew- - ng l ,r Kim Yinger Richard Gaudette Broc Glover Lee Goland Tim Gonzales James Hall Ron Hickman Richard Howe Henry Huber Karen Hume Leslie Hurst Julie Kjorlien Martin KolpacofT Roy Lein Thomas Maio Richard Mazon Theodore Miller Vincent Miller Mark Monroe William Moore Mark Nesto Carol Nichols John O'Dell David Rowe Alfredo Schaeffer Laura Schmidt John Simmons Robert Simmons Jonathon Squire Steven Strohl Ian Tapp Dawna Weegar Peter Woods wt' ' " ' V 4 ...f UJ I DEANA ADAMS ACTIVITIES: Theater Valhalla MEMORIES: Nothing will ever replace the memories I have of working with the Stage- craft class. JEFF ICOLORADO KIDI ADKINS ACTIVITIES: Baseball, Basketball, Football. QUOTE: "We'll see ya!" MEMORIES: My first Eagle on the 17th. COREEN AGGSON ACTIVITIES: Modern Dance MEMORIES: Parties in the mountains and out- door concerts. AGGIE ALBRIGHT ACTIVITIES: Swim team and Gymnastics team. MEMORIES: Thanks to: Chris iPanekl: Debbie Iand the wonder cari: Lori lHamI: Ruth iRufusI: Nicki: Kristin and last but not least, Katie lthe kooki for a wonderful 4 years. DEBBIE LYNN ANDERSON ACTIVITIES: Young Life QUOTE: '!Of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important." MEMORIES: Casper 84 Wendy, Tom 81 Jerry, S.T.P., M.J.B. and THE dance! I'll always remember the episode at the beach along with all the other great memories Valhalla has left with me. DON ANDERSON QUOTE: t'There never seems to be enough time to do the things you want to do once you find them." Jim Croce MEMORIES: The Christmas Dance my Junior year. DONNA ARRINGTON MEMORIES: Mythology, Half Circle, Krista, Joe. STEVEN ATCHISON ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Jr. and Sr. Class Pres. Campus Life. QUOTE: '!Little children, let us stop just saying we love people: let us really love them and show it by our actions." John 3:18 PATRICIA GAIL BABER ACTIVITIES: Speech, Drama, CSF, Psychology Club. H.O.W. QUOTE: HSmile, people will wonder what you've been up to." JANICE BARBOUR ACTIVITIES: CSF, Campus Life, Honor Junior. JOSSLYN BARNES: ACTIVITIES: FFA, Chapter Farmer Degree, Livestock Production Award. MEMORIES: Though my high school days are ending, the memories of the great times I spent with my FFA i'Family" will always be with me. RUTH BARNES ACTIVITIES: Pep Club, Swim Team, S-Club, French Club, H.O.W., Girl's Water Polo, Boy's Swim and Water Polo statistician. QUOTE: "Even though the day may be a cloudy one, it is still a day after all, for when the clouds move away, we can see the sun again. Hooray!" SHEILA LYNN BARRINGER ACTIVITIES: Drama, Choir, Pep, Ensemble, Speech, FHS, HHS. QUOTE: "Set me adrift, in a sea of hope, I'll set my sail to a new horizon." Gennette MEMORIES: New Year's '77 with special friends. To all the friends who cared-I'Il miss you. GEENA BASSLER ACTIVITIES: Concert Chorale, Ensemble. QUOTE: "Go for the Gusto." MEMORIES: My senior year of having fun but trying to stay out of trouble at the same time ialmost impossiblel. Laughing and last but not least, interesting guys. SUSIE BAUERFEIND: ACTIVITIES: Swim team, Campus Life, Young Life, H.O.W., Powder Puff Football. QUOTE: 'tDelight thyself in the Lord, and He 240 will give you the desires of the heart." Psalms 37:4 MEMORIES: Mission Beach house with Tracy, Lori, Jenny, Cindy and Mari. Pigging out with Mari. My best friend, J.C. LISA BELL ACTIVITIES: Ski Club QUOTE: HI shall create a hction which shall express great things." MARK BERGE ACTIVITIES: CSF QUOTE: "For God so loved the world that he sent his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God sent the Son into the world not to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him." John 3:16-17 THERESA BOHRER ACTIVITIES: Modern Dance, H.O.W., Honor Roll. MEMORIES: To all coyotes, dancers, flirts, competency haters, pig dissectors, hams, goofs, crazy teachers, football players, and friends-I love you all! G-Bye! Beep, beep! CINDY BOLLES ACTIVITIES: Theater Valhalla MEMORIES: The Theater Valhalla cast parties. TIM BOTTGER ACTIVITIES: Water Polo, Swim team, Pep Band. ' KEVIN BRACK QUOTE: "You can do anything, if you put your mind to it." ROBERT BRAWNER MEMORIES: Bob's cruisin' Camaro has left many marks on this fine school, mostly in the parking lots. These will all too soon fade away in the past, but the memories of fine school days will live on. SHARON BREUER ACTIVITIES: French Club QUOTE: '!Hey, Nerdly!" MEMORIES: Looking back through all my high school years and remembering all the great times I had with the best friends anyone could possibly ask for. Thank you, Cil-ya, Suzanne, Pam, Cassie, Todd, Debbie and Joan. And, thank you Nerdly lMelindaI, for fun times with M.Y.F.! LINDA DARLINE BROCK ACTIVITIES: Girl's Diving Team MEMORIES: When Terry and I had gone to Bishop, California over the Fourth of July. We had a fantastic time, the scenery was beautiful and just being there with Terry is one special memory that couldn't be forgotten. KAREN BROWNSBERGER ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Softball, Ski Club, H.O.K., Psychology Club. MEMORIES: Dearest friends, happy days, special days, inhnite memories of every- thing we've gone through together, thanks for all V.H.S., I'm lucky to have been a part of it all. I hope we will be together often in the future. Bye, Everybody! KAREN BRUCK ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Yearbook Staff. MEMORIES: Going to Farrell's after a meet and walking through the Plaza in sweats. JULIE BURTON MEMORIES: Ha, Ha, T.A. and I.B. Well, we have had good times, considering we once counted 55,000 sheets of paper for a pizza. Driving around and looking for D.B. and B.P. iHic!I. Getting lost in Jamul. Caution, P.J.'s and drive-ins don't mix. Fiesta Is- land? I'll be back again this summer. LAWRENCE BURNS ACTIVITIES: AFS, Math Team, Speech Team, CSF, Junior State. MEMORIES: Star Wars and Kathy. DAVID BUSCH ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Baseball, H.O.K., Mother Goose Floats, Marching Band, Year- book Staff. QUOTE: " '78 is great!" MEMORIES: Winning the car rally, staying UD all night working on the fioats, after school work for A.S.B. Everything from Humanities to Yearbook to running with Mr. Martinsen. Mr. M., thanks for a super year. GRETCHEN BUSCH MEMORIES: Winning first place in the Greek Festival with Susie, Cindy, Howard and Seth. All my love to Howard for understanding me. Thank you Cindy, for making 4 years of cheer a blast. Especially Frosh andSenior years. t'Freedom with Responsibility." J.C., Valhalla and Class of '78. Love Shrub. CINDY BUTLER ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Cheerleading, Young Life, Campus Life, Pep Club, Powder Puff Football. MEMORIES: I will have great memories of my four years at Valhalla. Thank you to some special people. To you, Jaime, for making my Senior year the best. To Susie and Mari, dorm-decorating wouldn't have been the same without you! KATHERINE JUNE BYBEE C J ACTIVITIES: Air Force Junior ROTC QUOTE: "Look at the sky! For all the days you may live, look at the sky and never lose it. It is there-it always will be: if only you can see." From ERIC by Doris Lund HRISTY CALDWELL ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Ski Club, French Club, H.O.W. QUOTE: '!The path you choose must be your decision." EFFREY R. CALVERT ACTIVITIES: CSF, Speech Team, Math Team, Concert-Band. QUOTE: "Never from obstinancy take the wrong side because your opponent has anticipated you in taking the right side." Gracian ANDREW CAR LIN ACTIVITIES: Agriculture, Farmpower Team, H.O.W. MAUREEN CARLISLE ACTIVITIES: H.O.K. President and Treasurer, Norsekist Orange, Girl's State, Campus Life, Speech, Yearbook Staff, CSF Treasurer, Ski Club. QUOTE: "Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow, live today." MEMORIES: Spaz out times with my best friend K.K.L., dancin' to E.J., Peanuts lunch boxes T.P. wars, cruisin' CE, Mother Goose floats, Big Bear ski trips, haul bunz and rainbows. WILLY CHAVEZ QUOTE: '!When the righteous triumph, there is great glory: but when the wicked rise, men hide themselves. Job said, !'Naked I came from my mother's womb, and naked I shall return: the Lord gave and the Lord has tak- en away: blessed be the name of the Lord." BETH CHRESTMAN ACTIVITIES: H.O.K., Junior Statesmen. MEMORIES: "What time is class over?" MARYANNE CIOFFI ACTIVITIES: French Club, Runes Staff, Ice and Fire. QUOTE: t'Life isn't fair, it's just fairer than death, that's all." William Goldman MEMORIES: Dance Marathon in 10th grade, w Sir Charles Sandfish of 7077th Estate. KAREN CLEGG ACTIVITIES: Freshman and Varsity Cheer MEMORIES: Albert, Sr. Prom. Cheering, get- ting my braces off, making Freshman cheer, 17th birthday, Christmas dance, looking a- head to a happy life. KATHY COLEMAN ACTIVITIES: Track QUOTE: S: "If you smile at me I will under- stand, 'cause that is something everybody does in the same language." D: "I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other 4- --- 1 l it side. There's just one thing I've got to know, can you tell me please, who won ...' Wooden Ships, CSNY LAURA COM BS ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Volleyball, Pep Club, Campus Life, CSF, Aquatics scorekeeper. QUOTE: llIt is not which way the wind blows, but the way you set your sails." CINDY COMPTON MEMORIES: Fridays and the River. BARBARA COOPER ACTIVITIES: H.O.W., Psychology Club, CSF. QUOTE: UThe world is hollow, and I have touched the stars." NICKY CULVER ACTIVITIES: Young Life, Girl's Choir, Choir, H.O.W., Pep Club, Ski Club. QUOTE: 'IBut I tried to get here on time, I just got lost on the way." MEMORIES: My best memory is when we moved from jail at Granite Hills to freedom at Valhalla. DARRELL CUMMINGS MEMORIES: When my aunt came to school to visit me and she squished my cheeks and kissed my forehead. PATRICE DABROWS KI ACTIVITIES: CSF, Speech Team, Modern Dance, Gymnastics, Math Team. QUOTE: 'lWe lefties have always had to work harder." BARBARA DAVIES ACTIVITIES: Frosh Swim, JV Tennis, Editor of Runes. DAVID DEKOCK ACTIVITIES. Basketball, Golf. QUOTE: "I love fast cars and cool summer breezes. I love when I want to, and quits when I pleases." Darryl Dawkins JOHN DELMARE ACTIVITIES: Football, Wrestling, Saga Staff. MEMORIES: Friday night games, lunch at the Ponderosa, Monte Vista 25-6, Chip, Chip, Chiperoo, Cheerleader raid at camp. SCOTT DILLARD ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Tennis, Young Life. QUOTE: 'IBoss, Sleek, Keen, Swell, and Neto- jet." MEMORIES: Summers at South Mesh., Volleyball with the boys, the boats at Coronado Court, one speeding to the pier with Lowenbrau, Mammoth with Herschel, Saturday night poker with the Top Shelf boys. DAN DREESEN ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Soccer, Track, Theater, Valhalla. QUOTE: HWe don't have to win, we'Il just do the very best we can, and if winning comes with it, that's great." DIANA DRUMM QUOTE: "Know thyself, be thyself." MICHELE DUDLEY ACTIVITIES: CSF QUOTE: I'Keep the Faith." JEFF DU ENEZ ACTIVITIES: Track, Cross Country, V.H.S.P.C. Python Pals Club, Kreppy Club, Chemistry Surf Club, member of the 880 Gang. QUOTE: 'IHector Kreppy lives on!" Ecky, Ecky, Ecky." MARK DWINELL ACTIVITIES: CSF, Drama. QUOTE: "Intelligence appears to be the thing that enables a man to get along with- out education. Education appears to be the thing that enables a man to get along with- out the use of his intelligence." MELIN DA DYER ACTIVITIES: Volleyball, CSF, Jr. Class Secretary, Theater Valhalla, Modern Dance, I-Club. MEMORIES: For neat friends who made school more bearable and for all those times in class that we couIdn't stop laughing about the DUMBEST things! Good luck, Class of '78, We're gonna make it! DAVE ECKSTEIN ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track. MEMORIES: My favorite memories are of my friendships. SHERI ELLIOTT MEMORIES: My most memorable time was the Bio II trip. I will always remember great times on Second Street, the big hang-out. My goal is to get a certain person for my Butler when I get rich. DELIA MARIE ESPINOLA ACTIVITIES: CSF, Pep Band, D.E.C.A., March- ing Band, Orange Outpost. QUOTE: PTO live fully, we must learn to use things and love people... not love things and use people." MITCH FARMER ACTIVITIES: Frosh and Sophomore Class Treas. H.O.K., CSF, Theater Valhalla, Junior Statesman. MEMORIES: Eating, acting strange, parties, dances, ASB, plays, getting to know every- one, A-Z, laughing, screaming, yelling, jumping, flirting, and getting a memorable education. All around best memory, every- thing. MELIN DA FIKE ACTIVITIES: Tennis, FHA, Campus Life, CSF. QUOTE: l'So faith, hope, love, abide these three, but the greatest of these is love." JOHN FINDEL ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball, Wrestling, Young Life. QUOTE: t'For where your treasure is, your heart will be there also." Luke 12:43 JOEL FINE ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Golf, CSF. QUOTE: "Most people who know they know, don't know that those who think they know, know. BRENDA FITCH ACTIVITIES: FHA, H.O.W., H.O.K. QUOTE: "All things that speak of heaven, speak of peace." LORI FLOR ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Orchestra, Campus Life, Football and Basketball Statistician, Baseball Scorekeeper, H.O.W. MEMORIES: Thanks to all of my friends for making these past 4 years so much fun and full of things to remember. MARK FOX ACTIVITIES: Water Polo, Swimming, Concert Band, Ensemble, H.O.W. QUOTE: "A true friend can never be lost, for he will remain in your heart forever." WENDY FOSTER ACTIVITIES: Track, Cheer, Orange Outpost, CSF, H.O.W. QUOTE: ltCaring and sharing are the secrets of living." HOWARD FULTON ACTIVITIES: CSF, Water Polo, Swimming. MEMORIES: Friday night football games with The Water Polo cheering section giving the cheerleaders a bad time. iespecially Cindy, Gretchen and Chrisl CARLA GALVAN ACTIVITIES: Campus Life, Volleyball, CSF, Honor Roll, Yearbook, Softball. QUOTE: 'tHave two goals-wisdom, which is knowing and doing right and common sense." Proverbs 3:21 KRISTIN GENNETTE ACTIVITIES: CSF, Honor Roll, Junior State, Ski Club, Honor Junior, H.O.W. QUOTE: I'What time is it?" "That was the late bell?" TOM GEYER ACTIVITIES: FFA MEMORIES: I owe a lot of my experiences to Dad and Uncle Joe, our Ag. advisors. May they rest in peace. MIKE GIBBS QUOTE: llWhat if there was a war and nobody came?" ALICIA GIGUERE ACTIVQTIES: Swim Team, French Club, Theater Valhla, H.O.W. MEMORIES: 1Oth grade Christmas Dance. MARK GINKEL ACTIVITIES: Wrestling, Young Life, Campus Life. QUOTE: "But if we walk in the Light, we have fellowship with one another and the Blood of Jesus, His son, cleanses us from all sin." 1 John 1:7 BERNICE GLEASON MEMORIES: I've been through good times and bad times in school, but my years in high school will be some of the best memories I'll ever have. LEE GOLAND QUOTE: "Hey, there goes Edna with a saxaphone!" Woody Allen JANE GORMAN ACTIVITIES: H.O.K., H.O.W., Saga Staff, Mat Maid, Ski Club, Orange Outpost. MEMORIES: HOK Retreat '77, Summer '76, beach, 16th birthday, Palm Springs trip, Magic Mountain, BB Concert. JACKIE GOU LD ACTIVITIES: Concert Band, Marching Band. QUOTE: "Happy moments are like treasured memories." LORRIE GRANT ACTIVITIES: Band, H.O.W., Choir, Pep Club, Ensemble, D.E.C.A., Drama, Campus Life. QUOTE: i'Give Him all your worries and your cares." 1 Peter 5:7 HA true friend is the best possession." KATHY GRIDER ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Ski Club. MEMORIES: Hey, wow, it's over with! Thanks C.J., K.H., K.B., D.D., for being there. TERESA MARIE GRIMES MEMORIES: Spending my Freshman year of reading with my favorite buddies, Kevin and Jeff, who could both drive anyone nuts. And, also, having two excellent friends like Carrie and Patti. P.S. Good luck, always S.C.E. JANETTE GUTHRIE ACTIVITIES: Yearbook, Saga Staff, CSF, Theater Valhalla, Honor Roll, FHA, H.O.W. MEMORIES: To all my friends who mad,e my senior year great, best wishes. JIM HAMILTON ACTIVITIES: Soccer. MEMORIES: All the good times I spent with T.N.T. LARRY HARMSEN ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Ski Club, H.O.W. QUOTE: 'IThe rate of emission of photo- electrons is directly proportional to the intensity of the incident light." l'With- out certain teachers, Valhalla would be PRICE-less." FRANK HARRIES ACTIVITIES: Martial Arts, Theater Valhalla, Yearbook Staff, I-Club. MEMORIES: Enjoying this year, this country, these people. Good-bye and good luck to you who made it possible for me. RONALD DAVID HARPER, JR. ACTIVITIES: Water Polo QUOTE: "The difference between learning and understanding is the ability to apply those ideals once dreamed." SUZANNE HARVEY ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Pep Club, French Club, Yearbook Staff, Campus Life, H.O.K. QUOTE: 'XA moment's insight is worth a life- time of knowledge." BILL IPOOPSIEI HASTINGS 241 ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, French Club. QUOTE: l'And, when I die, I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for 6 months, rent free, with an option to buy." KERRI HEAPE ACTIVITIES: The long bus rides with all of the crazy people on the swim team. PAT HELMING ACTIVITIES: D.E.C.A., Orange Outpost. MEMORIES: The times I spent with Joe T. Being weird and crazy. FRANK B. HENDRICKS MEMORIES: To all my class friends, thanks for being there. We have really had a blast. LIZ HINTON QUOTE: l'Love understands, and Love waits." TOLI HOLMES ACTIVITIES: H.O.W. QUOTE: "I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do not understand." TAMMY HOUSE ACTIVITIES: Softball, Basketball. MEMORIES: 10th grade hangin' around with M.G. S.S., M.W. CARRIE HULLS ACTIVITIES: Ski Club MEMORIES: Tommy my luv. Tom and me always being together. Concerts, parties, dances, watermelon and Tom's blue V.W. Good times at S.D. State. FRED JACOBS ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Water Polo, Wrestling, Campus Life, H.O.K., H.O.W. QUOTE: 'tThe Bible will keep you from sin, sin will keep you from the Bible." SARAH JAMES ACTIVITIES: Freshman Class President, Choir, Drama, Speech, Ensemble, CSF. QUOTE: 'll live my life just for today." MARGARET JELLISON QUOTE: "People cling to their lives as vines to mountain faces, and eventually like clouds die in whispering traces. Although I've never met you in all Iife's crazy chases I know I'll rind you some day, somewhere, beyond all these empty spaces." BETSY JOHNSON ACTIVITIES: Modern Dance, CSF, Ski Club, Tennis, French Club, Campus Life, Drama Orange Outpost, Honor Junior, Honor Roll. MEMORIES: True friends are special to me. I'm glad that I had so many friends this year who cared about me through times good and bad. CINDY JOHNSON MEMORIES: Me and Joe May 21, 1977, Journey, San Diego State, Masquerade: my special guy Joe, my buddy Carrie, parties, beach house, Hawaii, concerts, the good old boat, blue Capri, Chula Vista, Big Al, Padre Hat, 4th of July party, Carrie and Tom, Barry and Jamie, Ocean and the Time Machine. CECILIA KAUFMAN ACTIVITIES: Martial Arts QUOTE: "Be what you is, cuz if you be what you ain't, then you ain't what you is." KEN KEAGY ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball. MEMORIES: Interviews with Jim Smidt, foot- ball camp, and the hard work it took to get Gary Mifflin and John Mullen through American Studies. SHARI KENNARD ACTIVITIES: Band, Softball, CSF, Jr. Class Vice-President, Honor Junior, Speech Team, Yearbook Staff, Runes Staff, Swim co- captain. QUOTE: lllf you can't win, at least make the guy ahead of you break the record." MEMORIES: October 29, 1977. KAREN KERL ACTIVITIES: Drama, Choir. MEMORIES: My best memories are with the choir and drama departments because I spent most of my time there. Mrs. McLain, Mrs. Drexler, and Mr. Maas were absolutely fan- tastic teachers. PAT KING ACTIVITIES: Cross country, track, H.O.W., Most Improved Runner, 1975. MEMORIES: Half of a partially digested cran- berry muflin on lane three and half on my shirt after only the first part of a Sat- urday morning workout. Thanks Peabody! MELODY LEE KNUTSON S ACTIVITIES: Junior State, Honor Roll, CSF, I-Club. QUOTE: lOooh, Barracuda!" and HI think I'm in love . . . again?", UZANNE DELYNN KOPPMAN ACTIVITIES: Junior State, French Club, Drama. : QUOTE: "Out of two roads, I will always take the one less traveled because to be nobody but yourself in a world that is doing its best to make you like everybody else- means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can iight." CASSIE KOUNS ACTIVITIES: Mat Girl, Yearbook Staff. QUOTE: l'Togetherness is the not-so-secret ingredient of friendship." MICHON KUHLE QUOTE: ttMemory, like tapestry, sets forth in colors gay, the hopes, the dreams, the hap- piness that blessed our yesterday. Golden threads for golden deeds, rosy tints for dreams come true, for friendships earned and friendships held, are tints of heavenly blue." DAVID KU RTZ T MEMORIES: J.P .... Melon's and Herbie, July 8, '77-forever! Buying the one and only bush eater, and doing just fine in it. Deserts and the fun times thru them. RACY LANGE ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading, Jr. and Sr. Class Treasurer, F.H.A., Concert Band, Orange Outpost, Frosh and Sophomore Class Represen- tative. QUOTE: 'tMemories are magic moments kept for- ever by the heart." JANE KATH RYN LASH ER C QUOTE: 'iLife to me is a gift from God, one which is worth living, and sharing with others." HERIE LEHMANN ACTIVITIES: Campus Life, I-Club. QUOTE: ttTake delight in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart." Psalms 37:4 KAREN LEWIS ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Young Life. QUOTE: 'tWe've got love-we've got to feel it and show it, make each other really know it, we've got to be friends." MARI LEWIS K ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Campus Life, Young Life, H.O.W. QUOTE: t'Commit thy way unto the Lord, trust also in Him and He shall bring it to pass." PSALMS 37:5 ELLY KAY LIKINS ACTIVITIES: Campus Life, Psychology Club, Ski Club, I-Club, Yearbook Staff, CSF, H.O.K. QUOTE: t'Today is yesterday's tomorrow." DGH MEMORIES: Spaz out times with Mo, the best friend I've ever had, A Star is Born, L.M.J. and D.G.H., cruisin', Peanuts lunch boxes, jumping off D-level, R.C. is great. MARTIN S. LINDSAY ACTIVITIES: I-Club, Campus Life, CSF, Ski Club, Computer Club. QUOTE: 'tSome say insanity is a state of mind, but to me, it's a way of life. How else could I get away with so much?" PEGGY LISANTI ACTIVITIES: Theater Valhalla. MEMORIES: I've been involved in the theater for the last 4 years, and I will never fi' get all the people I have worked with i this time. Thanks for the fun, guys! JILL LOCKWOOD MEMORIES: My love, Todd. 4f1f77 The OUIGV valley people. The insane trip to San Die90 parties and softball. KRISTIN LONG ACTIVITIES: Softball, Basketball., Tennis, Junior State, CSF, H.O.K. QUOTE: 'lWhen you give your heart to someone you always get it back in pieces. But if you never give your heart to someone, you will never know the meaning of true happi- ness." DARREN MANN ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Baseball, Campus Life, Young Life, H.O.W. QUOTE: HAII Hesh is like grass and all its glory like the Hower of grass. The grass withers and the Hower falls, but the word of the Lord abides forever." 1st Peter 2:24 JEANNIE MARTIN ACTIVITIES: FFA. MEMORIES: I had a lot of fun in FFA, and now that I'm out of high school, maybe people won't ask me if Mr. Vockrodt is my father anymore. TERRY MASCARI ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff, Powder Puff Football, Tennis, H.O.W. MEMORIES: 50's day with S.M. and C.G. All the good times with Deanna, Banana and Mike Green. Ruff and Tuff Powder Puff. DEBBIE MAXE ACTIVITIES: Pep Club, FFA, FHA. MEMORIES: I will never forget Debbie, Greg, Donald or Melanie. I wish all my outer valley friends good luck, and may God bless M.S. for dinner. GINGER MCMULLEN ACTIVITIES: Modern Dance, Drama, CSF, Math Team, French Club, Theater Valhalla, H.O.W. MEMORIES: I'll never forget dancing in the halls after school and being in Mrs. Jones' class with Melinda. Thanks to all my friends for caring and understanding, especially Carey. GREG MEAGHER ACTIVITIES: Band, Student Government Reform QUOTE: "Jacet Arthurus Rex Quandalm Rexque Futurus. Hicl" JUDY LYNN MEDINA QUOTE: "Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country." John F. Kennedy JOAN MERTZ ACTIVITIES: Orange Outpost, CSF. MEMORIES: I'll never forget the weird things I've learned from new friends and the fun times we had. Remember Deb- Farrell's. BECKY METZLER ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Powder Puff Football. QUOTE: tlTo live fully, we must learn to use things and love people, not love things and use people." GARY MIFFLIN ACTIVITIES: Football, Ski Club. MEMORIES: Mammoth ski trips, lunch at the Ponderosa. Hey Filmore! 10 lfz? What's up Squatty? Hello Karen, remember our Jr. year? I do. RICHARD MILLER QUOTE: "Never let school get in the way of your education." MEMORIES: I'll never forget the time I got De Guiched in Humanities by Fred Jacobs. DEBBIE MONSE QUOTE: "Lord help me to remember that nothing is going to happen to me today, that you and I together cannot handle." ROBERT MONTEVERDE ACTIVITIES: Track, Cross Country, Yearbook Staff, Jamacha Jefes, CSF. MEMORIES: Running along Jamacha Blvd. at 6:05 in the morning, in the cold, and in the dark. Thanks Jim Peabody. KATHERINE MONTGOMERY ACTIVITIES: Drama, H.O.K. MEMORIES: Jeffrey, don't ever forget me. Thank you for everything and I'll always care. DEREK MORAN ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Frosh Football QUOTE: USee here you doe-doe." MEMORIES: Mr. Wong's Graphic Class II, come on, out with it. PAM MORCOMBE ACTIVITIES: Theater Valhalla, I-Club, Ski Club. MEMORIES: The last day of school. Remember C.C. and Sharon? JEFF MORGAN MEMORIES: The teachers have all been fair to me and very nice. I sure remember the first year of school at Granite Hills. The first day of school was very confusing, but the teachers made it easy. I've enjoyed be- ing part of a nice school like Valhalla. KELLI MORGAN ACTIVITIES: D.E.C.A., Orange Outpost. QUOTE: "There is a time for everything." MEMORIES: D.E. trips, working in the 0.0. JOHN MULLEN ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Baseball. QUOTE: "71 Max, and loving it!" DAN NELSON ACTIVITIES: Water Polo, Swimming, Track, FFA, Ski Club. QUOTE: HOba Jaba Nacki Sacki-Oy, Oy, Oy." JILL NELSON ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics, Powder Puff Foot- ball. QUOTE: 'XI made it through this, I'll make it through anything!" MARY NEVINS QUOTE: 'IYou who are on the road must have a code, that you must live by. And so be- come yourself. Because the past is just a goodbye . .. UCrosby, Stills, Nash and Young. KELLY JEAN NICODEMUS ACTIVITIES: Girls' Chorus, Concert Chorale, Powder Puff Football, Ensemble, Ski Club, Mat Girl, H.O.W. QUOTE: uKiss today goodbye and point me toward tomorrow." JIM NICOLAU ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Track, Football, Ski Club, Wrestling. QUOTE: 'IOnce is not enough!" 'IHey babe, wanna get lucky?" MEMORIES: Ditching R.C., giving teachers a hard time, and making a fool of both my- self and others. August 14th, Wow! GAY NIERODZINSKI ACTIVITIES: FHA, CSF, H.O.W. QUOTE: "Opportunity only knocks once." VALERIE NOY ACTIVITIES: Sr. Class Secretary, Campus Life, Honor Roll, Honor Junior, CSF. QUOTE: '!Today is the first day of the rest of your life." KRISI OGDEN ACTIVITIES: Theater Valhalla, Science Club, Martial Arts, Psychology Club, Speech, CSF, Honor Roll. QUOTE: "Live Life." "Best memories are friends." MEMORIES: Playing 20-questions with Rich Reidman and Mark Vavara in Balboa Park af- ter missing the Humanities II bus. KJERSTIN ONGRE ACTIVITIES: Marching Band, Junior State, Drama Club, I-Club. QUOTE: Ulf you smile at me, I will under- stand because that's something everybody, everywhere does in the same language." BRUCE ORTIVIAN ACTIVITIES: Drama, Speech, CSF. MEMORIES: My Senior Graduation. MARGARET USU E" OVER LU N D ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Powder Puff Football, Yearbook Staff, CSF. QUOTE: "Yesterday is already a dream, but today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope." CHRIS PANEK ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading, Gymnastics, Young Life, H.O.W. MEMORIES: Words cannot account for all the memories and friends I have acquired over my 4 years at Valhalla. Chip and Dale, Casper and Wendy, S.T.P. and M.J.B .... The French Dinner and the roses. LEZA PARKER ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Gymnastics, Young Life, FHA. QUOTE: 'iStillness is the voice of the sea, quiet are my thoughts that swell and break on the beach of my mind." JUDY PASTOR E ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Yearbook Staff, Ski Club, D.E.C.A. QUOTE: "When you get to the top of the hill, keep climbing." JILL PEEBLES ACTIVITIES: Drama, Young Life. KAREN PERSON ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading, Ski Club, Modern Dance, Psychology Club. KATHY PFEIFFER ACTIVITIES: csF. MEMORIES: The friends I made and the foot- ball games. I'll never forget the friends I made and I wish them good luck in their future years. LINDA JEANNE PFEIFER ACTIVITIES: Modern Dance, I-Club, Theater Valhalla, Pep Club, Honor Roll, CSF, H.O.W. QUOTE: t'My life is like a stroll upon the beach, as near the ocean's edge as I can go." ROBBIE PHILLIPS ACTIVITIES: Baseball, Basketball, Football. MEMORIES: Baseball against Grossmont, '77. KELLY PLACE ACTIVITIES: '76 Manager for Girl's Basket- ball. QUOTE: HWhen you're lonely, I wish you love: When you're down, I wish you joy, When you're troubled, I wish you peace, When things are complicated, I wish you simple beauty: When things are chaotic, I wish you the inner silence, When things look empty, I wish you hope." JULIE PRESS MEMORIES: My favorite memories lay with the Biology II trip at San Elijo, and after the football games. I will never forget these memories. KELLIE PRIEST QUOTE: "Gray hair is a crown of glory, it is gained by virtuous living." Proverbs 16 LESLIE PROFITT ACTIVITIES: FFA MEMORIES: My friends in FFA will be with me all my life. BARBARA PU RVIS ACTIVITIES: Psychology Club, Ski Club, Powder Puff Football, Gymnastics. DIANA LYNN RANEY ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics. MINDY RASMUSSEN ACTIVITIES: German Club President. QUOTE: uHappiness comes from the memories we make." MICHELLE REED ACTIVITIES: Marching Band, Modern Dance, Varsity Tennis, H.O.W. QUOTE: UYou don't have to travel far to be happy where you are." W- - iw- .-Y .40 2,2 :.:i 7KI7TT'7'."7T1 ,"T"?' "f"""' RON REED QUOTE UWe should fear and love God that we may not despise preaching and His Word but hold it, sacred and gladly hear and learn it " TERESA REED MEMORIES: My best memories of Valhalla High School are Mrs. Miller, who has helped me a lot and all of the Biology teachers. GARY B. REINECKE ACTIVITIES: Soccer QUOTE: 'xBe delighted with the Lord, He will give you all your heart's desires. Commit everything you do to the Lord. Trust Him to help you do it and He will. Psalms 37:4 JOHN REUTER ACTIVITIES: Orange Outpost, D.E.C.A., Track and Soccer. QUOTE: "Praise Him with loud trumpets. Praise Him with harps and lyres, Praise Him with drums and dance. Praise Him with strings and Hutes. Praise Him with loud cymbals. Let everything that breathes, Praise the Lord, Alleluia. Psalms 150 MEMORIES: Lorri-my sweetie. ADAM RICHMAN ACTIVITIES: CSF, Varsity Tennis. QUOTE: "Serves me right for getting mixed up in this raquet." I'It takes class to graduate." RICH RIEDMAN ACTIVITIES: Track, Cross Country, Kreppy Club, Chemistry Surf Club. QUOTE: !!Hector Kreppy lives!" ULife is like a kumquat." t'Running is good clean fun!" MEMORIES: Playing Bowl of Chili in Balboa Park with Kristi Ogden and Markie Vavra after missing the Humanities II bus. MARTY ROBERTSON ACTIVITIES: Sr. Class Vice President, Campus Life, Theater Valhalla. QUOTE: UGO Bananas!!" MEMORIES: Being arrested at Sunset Cliffs Lodge with Campus Life for trespassing on Government property. Also, being able to share and fellowship with all of my Chris- tian friends here at Valhalla. RON ROSA ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Orange Outpost, Ski Club, D.E.C.A. QUOTE: 'iMay the happiest days of your past, be the saddest days of your future." MELANIE SUE ROSS ACTIVITIES: Tennis, CSF, Theater Valhalla, Psychology Club, Campus Life. FHA, Track, H.O.W., Honor Roll, H.O.K. ' QUOTE: t'What you are is God's gift to you, what you make of yourself is your gift to God, make it the best!" DAVE ROWE QUOTE: uIt's only the giving that makes you what you are." JAN ET RUGE ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics, I-Club, Campus Life, Young Life, H.O.W., Powder Puff Football. QUOTE: UA single rose will be my garden." SUE SALEEBY QUOTE: HOnly look back to smile." MEMORIES: Cutting class to party, and when I met Kevin. CRAIG SANDLIN ACTIVITIES: Water Polo, Modern Dance, Drama, Swimming, Psychology Club, Ensemble. QUOTE: !ILife is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, live by this. Be humble, do not say he is as good as me. Say he is just as bad." MARTY SANGER ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Track. MEMORIES: Aug. 28-my first, Sept. 30-my second. GERRY SAPPER ACTIVITIES: Water Polo, Swimming and diving, Campus Life, Young Life, H.O.W. MEMORIES: To all my friends, I wish you good bye, good luck, and may the Lord be with you in whatever you do. BOB SATTERLEE ACTIVITIES: Water Polo, Swimming, Campus Life. QUOTE: !'He who puts face in fruit drink, gets punch in nose." DEBBIE SAVAGE ACTIVITIES: CSF, Honor Junior, Concert Band, Soccer Scorekeeper. QUOTE: '!Time is a circle without an end, blessed by love's endeavor, and not even death can spell its end . .. Life goes on forever." TAM MY SCHARF MEMORIES: My best memories are of my Jr. year. Mary, Teresa and I really did some crazy things. But the best of all was June 3, 1977 and still going strong. PAT SCHLESINGER ACTIVITIES: Drama, Band. QUOTE: "There comes a time in a man's life when he must grab the bull by the tail and face the situation." W.C. Fields LORI SCHMELZER ACTIVITIES: Theater Valhalla, Ski Club, Psychology Club, Speech, Honor Roll, CSF. QUOTE: !'The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." JULIE SCHMIDT ACTIVITIES: Orange Outpost, Campus Life, CSF, Student Advisory Board, H.O.W. QUOTE: IIAnd now just as you trusted Christ to saveyou, trust Him too for each day's problems, live in vital union with Him." SANDRA SCHMIDT ACTIVITIES: FHA, D.E.C.A., Campus Life, Mat Girl, Homecoming Queen '77-'78. QUOTE: IIThe greatest security of all, is spiritual security." STEVE SCHRIFT ACTIVITIES: Varsity Tennis, Ski Club. QUOTE: Ulf I am not for myself, who will be for me? And if I am only for myself, what am I? And if not now, when?" Hillel PETER SCHUMACHER ACTIVITIES: Track, Ensemble, Ski Club, Pep Band, Concert Chorale, Orchestra. QUOTE: I!I'm insane!" CINDY SEILER ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Powder Puff Foot- ball, Track, FHA, H.O.W. MEMORIES: Summer and good times with friends. I can relate to :fr 1. JULIE SEILER QUOTE: 'ILive life as it comes." DEBBIE SHAFER ACTIVITIES: FFA MEMORIES: This past two years has been full of fond memories from our FFA group. I think that all the love and friendship I found here will never be found anywhere else for me. Thanks so much! DIANE SHIPKOSKY ACTIVITIES: Track, Cross Country, Concert Band, Marching Band. MEMORIES: All of the good times I've shared with all of my friends. I love you all! JIM SMIDT ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer. MEMORIES: My ankle in Frosh Basketball, or was it smashing my finger in frosh Baseball, then again it could have been breaking my nose in J.V. football and soccer: or how about the time I broke my thumb in baseball, I just can't choose from all these great memories iBy Goose! 244 DAN SMITH QUOTE: "Don't let it bring you down, it's only castles burning. Find someone who's turning and you will come around." N. Young JERRY SMITH ACTIVITIES: Football, Wrestling, Baseball, ski Club. QUOTE: Hon Joy." MARY SMORIN ACTIVITIES: CSF MEMORIES: I'll always remember my true friends I've made through my high school years. I just want to say I really love all of you and I will think of you always. SHERI LYNN SNIVELY ACTIVITIES: Student Steering Committee, Honor Junior, Yearbook Staff, Campus Life, CSF, FHA, H.O.K. QUOTE: "We became not what we think, but what we do." ED SOLER ACTIJITIES: Tennis QUOTE: 'IWhat time do we get out of here?" ROBERT SPIEGLER ACTIVITIES: Golf QUOTE: "Security is man's chiefest enemy." DOREEN SPRY ACTIVITIES: Campus Life, Tennis, Orange Outpost, CSF. QUOTE: "There are friends who pretend to be friends, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother." BRIAN STANFIELD MEMORIES: I will always remember such activities as raquetball, football games and, of course, the dances. CINDY STARLING ACTIVITIES: FFA MEMORIES: My best memory is of June 16, 1977, the day I met my husband Tom Dieneman. SHAWN STEEN ACTIVITIES: Modern Dance, Ski Club, Young Life, FHA, D.E.C.A., H.O.W. QUOTE: "Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not." PAM STEVENSON ACTIVITIES: Concert Band, Marching Band. QUOTE: IIThe most I can do for my friend is simply to be his friend . . ." LEE STIERWALT ACTIVITIES: Band, Marching Band, Speech. QUOTE: !'It's better to have the ring of freedom in your ears than in your nose." KIM STONE ACTIVITIES: Choir, Ensemble, Marching Band, Girl's Glee, H.O.W. QUOTE: "A friend is someone who knows all about you and still cares. KATHY STRIDER ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff. CINDY STROUBLE QUOTE: I'Failure will never overtake you if your determination to succeed is strong." CATHERINE STYZA ACTIVITIES: Junior State MEMORIES: The friends I've known and loved made my high school years something I'll always remember and look back on for years to come. May all of my fellow Norsemen have success in whatever they do and I hope to see you all again. BOB SULLIVAN ACTIVITIES: Football, Drama, Ensemble. MEMORIES: I love you, Malinda Kaye Andersen. KELLY SULLIVAN ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Powder Puff Football, H.O.W. QUOTE: 'IThe rainbow can only come out after the storm." CAROL SZYMANSKY QUOTE: !'What did I do now?" MEMORIES: Dances, parties, places where there were lots of people. CHRISTINE TABER ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Track. MEMORIES: Being with T.Z.: San Vancenti: parties 10th through 12th grades: and J.B. BETTE TALBOTT ACTIVITIES: Ski Club QUOTE: "Look to this day, yesterday is al- ready a dream and tomorrow only a vision, but today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope." TERESA TERRELL QUOTE. !lWhen you have a strong feeling inside but you can't express it in words." MEMORIES: Times that I shared with my mom, horseback riding, and Jimmie. MICHELL THOMAS ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Girl's Water Polo, Powder Puff Football. QUOTE: !!Try not to become a man of success, but rather a man of value." 'IRemember the Golden Rule-He who has the gold, makes the rule!" DENISE THOMPSON ACTIVITIES: FFA QUOTE: 'lFriendship is reaching for someone's hand-touching the heart." DIANE THOMPSON ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics, Choir, Senior Mural Committee. QUOTE: !!If you can see it, you can draw it." DONNA KAY THOMPSON ACTIVITIES: FFA QUOTE: 'II do my thing, and you do your thing, I'm not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine: you are you, and I am I, and if by chance we lind each other, it's beautiful!" TRINA TKACHUK ACTIVITIES: Powder Puff Football MEMORIES: My best times have been when I was with my best friends, Jeff, Janet, Kim, Michelle, Mary, Jane, Shirlee and Andy. SUE TOLMAN ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Psychology Club, CSF MEMORIES: '!We can because we believe we can!" Thank you Mrs. Test!! Good luck with your future swim teams. HOLLY TOMSHAY ACTIVITIES: Speech Team, Ski Club, CSF, H.O.W. MEMORIES: The tree house, J.C. house, my twin, and cruisin' with J.R. ROBERT URICH ACTIVITIES: Track, V.H.S.P.C., Bob Club, Chemistry Surf Club, Kreppy Klub. QUOTE: 'IHector Kreppy gets my vote!" "Long jumpers eat their toe boards!" I'Cross Country runners eat their bears." DONALD VAUGHN ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball, Soccer. MEMORIES: The Beauf and Joe in U.S. History and Tom and John in Advisorship. MARK VAVRA ACTIVITIES: Football, Track, Chemistry Surf Club, Kreppy Klub, V.H.S.C. QUOTE: 'iLife is like a macadamian nut." "Hurdlers eat their trail legs." "Kreppy lives!" MEMORIES: Playing 20 questions in Balboa Park with Riedman and Ogden after missing the Humanities II bus. PENNY VINCENT ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Stan, Ski Club, H.O.W. QUOTE: 'tWe take for granted what we have until it's gone, then we realize it was everything we always wanted." DORAS WALTERS ACTIVITIES: Swim Team, Softball, Ski Club, Cheerleading, Campus Life, Young Life, Powder Puff Football. DEBBIE WEDEL ACTIVITIES: FFA QUOTE: !'I can't believe this is happening to me, but, that's life." BRYAN WELSH ACTIVITIES: Football, Wrestling. MEMORIES: Football camp. The victory over Monte Vista. Genia. RAMONA WHITE ACTIVITIES: Softball, Track, CSF, JSA. QUOTE: "A big blessing in a small package- and my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory Christ Jesus. To our God and Father be glory forever and ever.Amen." Phil. 4:19-20 UDY C. WHITTINGTON ACTIVITIES: Pep Club, I-Club, Honor Roll. QUOTE: ULove means never having to say you're sorry. SHAUNA WILLARDSON ACTIVITIES: Choir, Ensemble, H.O.K., H.O.W. QUOTE: 'May all your tomorrows be perfect days, may you find love and laughter along your way, may God keep you under his tender care, Itil he brings us together again!" JULIET KAY WOODS ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Speech Team, Theater Valhalla, H.O.K. QUOTE: !!This time called life was meant to share." KIM YINGER ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Modern Dance. QUOTE: 'lTo live is the rarest thing, most people just exist." LARRY ZAMBRANO ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track. MEMORIES: Coach Jim Peabody and the Track Team. PW my W wlwdi IWW? M DW Wwwww' UWT aww LTHQJ J Remember when? Valhalla High School at the Granite Hills campus? The class of 1978 was the real beginning ofthe great experiment. Humanities I, with a different schedule each six weeks and a new system, too! Remember the tag boards and the egg cartons? Wow, what an introduction! Then we moved into our new building. What a challenge! VaIhaIla's first four year class. We were great then, and we have been getting better ever since. There is something special about being the first to try something or to do something for the hrst time. We can be so proud of the class of 1978-they have set the standard for many classes yet to come-they are number one! Who organized the hrst class picnic? Who had the First Debate Olympics? The first World Famous Culture Fair? The Renaissance Fair? American Studies? The best sports teams in the school's history? Who raised more money for their class treasury than any other Valhalla senior class? Who had the greatest Senior Standouts? The best prom? THE CLASS OF '78, THAT'S WHO!!! Submitted by Mr. Larry Test Sr. Class Advisor -mmf jun- ,f"" '4',.'-dvr A ,',V , ,,,,pw'L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,m 245 ,I : ,Q-I El HITmTl7?TT! 2'il.J fm' f TT 7F?T'T7"T"7'T 'M' ' PART FIVE -Q f FACULTY AND ADS Zorphus: I am astounded! The students in these pictures are for more aged and withered than those stunning youngsters on the preceding pages. Are these elderly students members of 1 post-graduate class? Pyle'Oh.no1 These are members of our faculty. Along vvith myself, they keep the facility operating smoothly so that the students can obtain a proper education. Zulini: I-lmmm ... perhaps you could expound further on this subject. Pyle: Certainly. First vve have the Administration. This includes lVlr. lVlafv, lVls. Smith and myself. Their primary duty is discipline vvhile I take care of business procedures. Next vve have the Counseling Staff, our Business, lVlath and Science Department, and the Humanities Staff. In Humanities, english and history are taught. Zorphus: Being instructed in the dialect of your people vvould be quite beneficial to beings such as ourselves. It seems vve communicate on different levels. Pyle: That certainly is evident... but vve do encourage our students to learn the languages of other lands. We employ foreign language teachers for this purpose. Zulini: I'd thinlc that only the most erudite scholars could be language instructors. On our planet, vve use a multilinguistrograph to teach different methods of bilingual communication. Pyle: Our modern lVledia Department deals expertly vvith communication. This is due mainly to our fine library. Zulini: Library? ls that a room in vvhich you utilize for the accumulation of librettos and various dissertations? Pyle: Yes, and a lot of boolcs are kept there, tool . . . Unified Arts, Physical Education, and our Classified Employees complete the faculty section. Zorphus: lyavvningl I suppose we will be compelled to vievv them individually. Pyle: That's right . . . 246 swim ..f"" Vi s .U is .4 J il , 21 4 ,. Q , one-ze.. ,. ,LE - .A li Robert Pyleg Principal 25 Larry lVlavvg Vice Principal 33 Joanne Smitng Vice Principal lIVls, Smith replaced Jerry Gordinier for the second semester? 47 Stan Davies: Counselor 55 Barbara lVlcCluslcyg Counselor 67 Carl Wongy Counselor 75 Steve Lariveeg Counselor 47 SH WESNH C SH THSNH SH TESNH SH WHSNH MQ 5 In .ti 1 'if 3 4 i nf i , i Susan Boyett American Studies if Scott Knox American Studies .Lf , . Q ,. ,W 'ff ii A 41 ,W W 'ff' g git ' Nl Ms., Jim Peace Humanities Carol Straubinger American Studies American Government I XY! ,Ref up ,, th f 'I ,. A Q , ,I A. 4 ' f ,Y ,Vs , L' Marion Bench American Studies ag 'GL fn- . ty , -, : u '- , X v .0 me J ' Q 0 tk. .5 Marianne Johnson American Studies 1. V : V nh V . , A :J . ' 'L' :J t l ff -Q I . ' , an W7 :A A Ie Q l 1 4k 0 .14 ' wig Dan Pumphry Area Leader, Humanities Richard Sweet American Government Tom Cloud Humanities -"' ' ' ' 5' if F1 F' I' L ' -' -iv.: all J 4' 1 uh J' t if as I ov 15, I! X I I f X '51 M5 . N y , A J J l George Nlentas Humanities II, English if i r 5 I . ' 5: 10,1 Miriam Ruge Humanitiesl Jim Taff Psychology fizzf.-v,:Ffff+ -. Larry Test H umanities I Sally Whitehead Claire Trimaine Humanities II Cathy Zemic Humanities I American Studies BONNIE y i English Electives fi, ,A Wzffmw-rf, . J, Q if-f,a,, f - 1--,. . L '21 mi , Q1 la - . . -7.1-. A Tom Waldron Humanities I U1 Qs- M1 -l XX- DAVID MAAS ,i e ed Cn6?al Music A,-W Jill Drexler Jan Hagan Michelle Nugent M: Social Living American Studies, Speech Instrumental Music ' ' Mffg'4?g,. W . 'Q ' ,t .+, I' X 1 ' J' ' A - A A ' v-1, , .P ,v V 5' i -1 ' -. ,iv-57. -. Q x -"f, - ' "?"' k ' Al' . :nl-21' Qin V . f'??:I N-qv. K l i x E .xii sf-ffl - If -1-s. -. '- , i ,H 4, HW f ROBERTCONGER - Spanhh ' IFHEUWi'T1'f7f,. ' . ", Boettcher Humanities Foncerrada American Studies , 'api ?i,f . f 9' Robert Conger Donatien Cote Spanigh French, Humanities K '711-21 Y it f is 7 w .3335 , - M ,4 sk. F M Ruth Weiss 'l'l Spanish i X Robert C. Niiller Spanish 195' 'S V,,,,,i K? -uxgig' W .Mfg 251 1-ni La- .JY ' UL". " - H .,, I ,,,,, K., ,N . .-AIN: . 1., .1-'Lf ' ' .Q ,, ,f al -.,, -, vw, , ff. D' ,. U ,-V 3. f':5fi.'i - -is a l ,. N N growl., . Y vvWx?,:zi.?-,., , . .l Nfl L - " , l.-1,,.,.-,f'-rfygh QF ..-.1 ""-4' 'wi f i- ,Q-3 ,,, 4 orb' A, L ,X I .IA .iq V. ,, i ts i if -i l ' H , 'x wi'- s jk 'FSS'-:M , . A few-l , N is ' -'f'KfifS9?" ,, , gl 1, 4 rwli Q' 1 W 1 ,ge if 25' "'A wtwigw'A--Vi! K9 ' ' - , xr - .. V, . . '., "', , 'F.' ,Z H:'-l-,Qian 1 Larry Barlow Uniiied Arts, Metals Larry l-1 elmutn Art, Crafts Gary lVlowrey Auto Shop Sue Blass Homemaking William Johnson Drafting, Woodworking -,Q--uf' v V, , ' 'il ,2 4 4 . 4, f gm. if f f Q l Vi Q, . 7 Zan" Q 4 " x an lf, V' I f Z ' 44 453' K' 15 fi' 5 G '. Q . . ' E' 'Q 49 9,44 f if af V-i,",: ,. Dixie Neal Hornemaking ,... . . -Z t J ps f '4 5. 1-I fd' . , K 1,51 X' . 41 ' Q7 4 2 ,1 f aff' Michele Guinan Art Larry Nlartinsen Area Leader, Unihed Arts 1 aj: .v M -4 5 X . A ., ,v., . , IVleI Schetselaar Unified Arts, P.E., Coach ..1, 1. jf, .amuzm as mga? .4-. Never assume anything nor become what you hate." gt., X 'effekifkff '- A ' , ff" " " .. 1-M4431 ' 4, 'W Q f l4j1?f5 f f" ii' "Ts, i ' , .- w gf A I ,iff up , V 4 xg, We , , i ' - ' 4 y If 1 ' : 4 1: pdf' A we 1 Q . H, . ,. Hg. f P , if , . ' '- 11 f 'iw ,I ,,', ,Az f F , 3 A PAULA IVIATHIS Graphics I A f i Sharon Carlson Algebra John Huffman Area Leader, Math ,Z 159-1 L . x, , ' . J' i g. . I Bud Close Bioiogy Social Living , , ' 4 up - - ,,,,,., . 1 .if . . iia ' Q Zu73f'ilf1lllX Y i W if ' I I i iiiiff i "!!i!!Hi!iiiEiii' Mark Gabler l Bio'ogy DON HUBLER Math I FAQAMQQ .H Rollie Lieberknecht Mathematics Ann lVliller Chemistry, Biology, Science Pat Price Biology Wayne Van Gaasbeck Chemistry, PhYSiCS .,..f V . W.,-5 ti f Af 47 1- if yr' iibgk Keith Nl Career JIlVl PEABODY Biology and Coach 6 Dorothy Business Ed Ron Short f f 1' 55 I. WL Business Education Ralph Vockrodt Agriculture 'V wwf,- ,"V , W' " . :fi V-552IlmW iTL UF3'i.v' 310.1 Y gf , Q LU JIIVI WHITEHEAD Swimming, Water o 0 XJ, W N x A VAS! . .Q A A 59 ' l: MUG Ougvufy G5 X -fi v QM Q V wb! QPUV ww O X, VL X QM J CVQ D P f M H A X S EQ 'fswffffpxwwwx Y , N , ' 'f .1 5 Wd MBOX W ww PHYSICA Q Lf a ,YYi Q 1 ' x V u ' by ' xj , X Ax . f .1 E vifdbm . fi -ff! 'ui' -1 H G P C h Ox Q5 X Ci- if Rpt , X ff Q ' fd J V . Q 3 ' Q :J 2 1M ..,., ,ww-ww,,,,,M.M V sg 5 C , E CQ '1'A ii. Q A xxx V: , R5-,L life Sam IVIaIicoat Karen Spilger P.E., Coach P.E., Coach lVIimi Test P.E., Coach iii Lucky Thompson Steve Vickery Marv Williams German, P.E. P.E., Coach P,E, i 2 iw. wma.-n mmfnwswzui n.n:. I? . .,,, V ' 1 57 i !?' as ls. gg . i '51 " A 4 "" 6: ' A A , ,Jia y,, K, , ,ff-" 4 fm . , ,J -.59 ,fm v- i -3 W -,,,,..., A , I 541' ' -- K new f. H.. . -p 1 ' 4, N ' , - . .... 4'-fmn:m..1.,. .28 Verna Poorbaugn Media Technician l, Bea Francis Library Director no C Q r f A - r'-41+ qv r' r 'K' .JI " i 1. I K ll . . i ,"i.a- a-ff A .15 c A L.. QM. K , . M' .'.vi'it '+A' - f ,f'.-0' ,'-wg ii! t I.-LA-6' ff' ul I"o16.'5"- Iliad J' Jr If ,,J'4i , 'f 2 .. ,, gfffi -"pair , .I JI? .L .ir - .- af s ' 58 1 .f ,f w. -2- 1...-..,. ws ii 4-E ,', E'g?3l ' Us ,,, . f-fu, .1 I !:..'.',13-,U ' Q -. n " 'ffl' i'Q3.,5?ff x if ' " N. ' 1-vmwu G 1 in CQ QW-'11 - bn 1 'W v wal., - . rw- - , W -1.1, f,N,gf"v P 'P' X .V,,1,5 ig . Nye. ". F!! SHARON POPP . 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Xl ,f W ,f is ' f 4 44 ., uf, ,, , I Sam Leverett Head Custodian Wir 2 il! ,nay 3 I iff? " l ' ' itiiti . -.fx :-":r4x,::,gif:,sf , fy .gffJgl,n:f:i:- , '- fsifiss-iiiifffgi f ,iff fisfifzlxfffi 'j f 3 1331252 fini 5 " " ' r 'mg' ,r.. fo jflflfyf' r'f-'? George Lundgren Gary lVlurry John lVladdock Monty Ramey Night Custodian Night Custodian Night Custodian Administration Assistant 1 , Ted Taluban Anthony Wynn Christina Wynn Chet Young Campus Utility lVlan Campus Utility Nlan Campus Utilities Boys P.E. Attendant Zulini: Your tour has been most entertaining, Comrade Pyle, but it is time we departed for home. Pyle: But there is so much more to see! There's the Queen of Hearts Dance, the Dance lVlarathon, the Prom, Graduation Ceremonies... Zorphus: That sounds most intriguing, Pyle, but we wish to avoid the heavy meteor showers expected at noontide. Pyle: I understand ... Say, I've got a great idea! Why don't you take some of our students with you? Boy, that would be a foreign exchange they'd never forget! Zulini: What do you think this is? The climactic conclusion to some high budget science fiction movie? Pyle: If nothing else, it would boost the membership of our International Club. Zorphus: Honestly Pyle, do you think this would be a feasible preconception? An earthling would have a horrendous time adapting to the physical and social composition of our Terrene . .. Zulini: Besides, it would be ludicrous for one to depart from such a hne edifice. We have seen a centuple of Enterprises, Pyle, but yours is unequalled in greatness and amplitude! Zorphus: That is why we are conapelled to veto your ideate and repatriate singly to our Sphere. Pyle: Does that mean you don't like my idea? Zorphus: That is a factual manifesto, Comrade Pyle. Pyle: . . . You're probably right. Zorphus and Zulini: Farewell, Comrade Pyle, and thank you for your conviviality. 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