Valley Christian High School - Crusader Yearbook (Cerritos, CA)
- Class of 1988
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Text from Pages 1 - 214 of the 1988 volume:
Assisldrwl Edilor-Kdrld Cody
Advisor-lVlr. 84 lVlrs. Dove Bdds
Vdlley Chrislidrl l-ligrw School
40848 Arlesid Blvd.
Cerrilos, CA 90704
Theme p. A
Seniors p. id
Juniors p. Zio
Freshmen p. 58
Homecoming io. 8
Senior Life p. 32
Sopnomores p. 52
Academics p. 82
Sports' p. 420
Activities p. 641
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Clubs p. 92
Administration p. 'I56
Conciicis p. 'i66
Ads, Bios, Closing p. 'I72
Tonyo Zwogermch smiies QT onoTher win of Cl CIF BoskeTboII game. Don Keunihg- The hewesT oddiTioh To The cheer squad.
A True sign of VoIiey's Spirif
Todd Hood shows off The book of his IeTTermon's jockeT,
The sTudenT body sTarTed The year off wiTh SpirIT
and Pride shining Through The acTiviTies of everyday
campus life. WheTher iT was a pep rally, a CIF game
or jusT The regulariTies of The week, Valley sTudenTs
always gave iT Their besT. NOT once have The Cru-
saders ever failed To supporT Their Teams and show
Their pride. How can There be so much exhiIeraTing
power on one campus? JusT Take a look around!
Valley isn'T your basic "run of The mill" school, and iTs
sTudenTs are far from ordinary. Comprised of differ-
enT people and Their disTlnquishing characTerisTics,
The sTudenT body is definaTely inTeresTing. For each
member has someThing special abauT him or her,
someThing seTTing Them aparT from oThers, creaTing
a group of unique individuals. Keep an eye on Val-
ley because They're noi just ordinary people.
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It's a celebration! Once dgoin Vol-
ley's sTudenT body hos dernonstrofed
shoring Gods love Through o very pow-
erful ond productive yeor. Not only did
The sTudenTs ond fdculTy provide Vol-
ley wiTh supporf buT olso with The ex-
ciTemenT of renewing old friendships.
ThroughouT The school yeor eoch
member disployed Their love for one
dnoTher Through proyer ond under-
sfonding of Those ThoT surround Thern.
More Thon ever, Volley ChrisTion felt o
spectoculdr bond of Christianity ond
Friendships ornong The sTudenTs.
Through The exTreme ups ond downs in
The world, wiTh God's core, VCHS hos
sTood proud os He hos developed ond
will continue To develop secure ond
A. Shhh! lT's d secret whispers Karin De Groot
into her new friends eor.
B. Leanne Veldhulzen ond Heather Alderson
show Their exciTemenT iusT by Their fociol
A. Brent Van Kampen ond Klm Bakker discuss
Their weekly ocTiviTies.
B. The True sTuds of VCHS.
C. STudenTs show There con be mony woys To
leorn obouT God.
Homecoming is o fun Time for
everyone. We ore obie To
dress up crozy for SpiriT Week
ond geT TogeTher QT The oli-
school mixer. IT is olso exciTing
for The new Queen ond her
A FdnTdsv ln The For EdsT
Homecoming ond SpiriT Week were exciTing evenTs To kick off The 87-88 school yedr. SpiriT Week begdn wiTh our
dnnudl dll-school mixer ond bonfire where The Homecoming princesses were onnounced. We hod mony specidl ddys for
SpiriT Week when mdny sTudenTs dressed up dnd showed Their school spiriT. The fovoriTe doy wds 'Hippie Dov." OTher
ddys included Senior CiTizens Dov, Nerd Dov, ond Closh Doy. On Friddy There wos exciTemenT in The dir ds everyone
dressed up in school colors To supporT our fooTbdll Tedm. Friddy nighT we begdn The Homecoming fesTiviTies wiTh our
Theme of T'FonTdsy in The For EdsT." Some highlighTs of The evening were: The ODDGOTHOCG of The Chinese Drdgon, The
Junior High Bdlloon Rdce, ond our Sdmdri Wcirrior, lvlr. Hoeksemd. AT The climcix of The progrom, lVlr. Hoeksemd shoTTered
The forTune cookie conTdining The ndme of our Queen, STocy DeLeeuw. STdcy wos crowned ds Queen dnd Took d
vicTory lop ciround The Trdck in d rickshow. The evening ended wiTh o ddnce.
LdsT yedr's Queen, Jennifer DrogT STdcy Tokes d ride dround The Trdck
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We finolly mode ii!!
Remember when we were
freshmen? Life was so simple
Then. Wirh The help of our
friends, we have mode iT'To our
senior yeor. LeT's noi forgei
ecch oiher offer grcduoiion.
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Class Song: The Goodbye
Song by Sandi Patti
Class Verse:Romans 'l5:5,6
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Class Motto: Have confidence in Goa, and
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in Goa, and you will believe in yourself, for
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Class Officers: Mark Marius, Tonya Zwagerman, Stephanie Postma,
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adventures. Senloritis hits, col-
lege applications are due, and
many of llfe's "tragedies"
seem way bigger than they
actually are. Somehow, we all
find new, better ways of relax-
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Remember on thot dreoded doy of September
8, 4987 when thot not so fomilior sound buzzed in
your eors reminding you it wos time to foce your
first ocodemic doy of being o Senior? The first
week wos kindo fun, but then you soon rediized
thot the monotonous routine of school hod
begun. Footboll gomes ond renewing old
friendships were exciting, but the best port of this
yeor wos thot you were the ones who reolly
ruled the school. Sooner thon ever expected
Christmos ond Spring Bredk rolled dround, one
right ofter the other. Continuously, finol events
took pldce - the Senior Pldy wos probobly the
best ever, ond J.S.B. wos definitely o night to
remember. There wos so much to do with so little
time ond 'iBAlvi" it wos June 'IO ond grodudtion
hit you right in the foce. Now your high school
yeors ore over, but the countless memories will
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With everyone at the edge of their seats, Dr. Armstrong Qban Keunlngj reveals
another body by the light of the candles.
The 1988 "Ten Little lndians" cast, held up by their "mad" director, Susie Gort.
Emily Brent QSfephcnle Postmaj.
The first death of Anthony Marston Uodd Smlisj shocks everyone
Maxi Narracott fBeth Kredltj assures Mrs. Rogers Making sure all is well for the guests, Rogers General MacKenzie QAron Reppmonnj goes "quit4
Qleslie Vanweerthuizenj her daily order is com- QMark Marius, surveys the stocked bar. crackers" under all the stress of the murders.
Mr. William Blore QRob VanEckJ has trouble with the reasoning of Mi'
Rob VonEck greeTs Dan Keunlng. "Davis . . . Davis is The name."
STudenT DirecTor Jonnlfor Vandonlorg wiTh sound crew Karl Lolkus and
iehind The scene, Arlan Slouwle and Ed Boas conTrol The sTage lighTing.
"The Ten LiTTle lndians" mysTery by AgaTha ChrisTie was
:uT on by a very TalenTed group of sTudenTs. The casT of
ll seniors performed well and learned The arT of "ad-
bbing." Their nerves were seTTled before performances
ny The craziness and sense of humor of Barb Ballard and
iharon VanBruggen who did make-up and hair for The
:asT. The direcfor, Susie C5orT pulled TogeTher a greaT
how despiTe The lasT minuTe changes in casT and sound
effecTs. Lead by sTudenT direcTors Lisa Fein and Jennifer
IandenBerg and sTage manager Keilh Fike, The crews
auT in a loT of exTra Time and effori.
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Two IiTTIe indians lefT, Miss CIayThorne also Klolnj and CapTain Lombard Qbon
Woolley, accuse each oTher.
Wosfraj relishes in The success of his plan.
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Sir Lawrence Wargrave flllek
"Prisoner aT The bar. have you in y .
To complefe The rhyme, he plans To choke his IosT vicTim Miss Clayfhorne, buT
CapTain Lombard is abouT To save The day.
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Stove DoYugor joins a 'iman of the streets". The plane to San Jose had almost all VCHS students on it.
One of the many "tourist traps" in the city of San Francisco, Relaxing in the airport before a long day.
Keeping tradition at Valley, the Senior class of 4988 spent a day together in San Francisco. They left early in the
morning an a bus for LAX and caught a plane to San Jose where they were greeted by another bus that took them to
San Francisco. They arrived in San Francisco at Pier 39 and dispersed in all directions immediately after taking
advantage ofthe Senior Trip photo opportunity. Some headed straight for Chinatown, some for GhiradelIi's Square, and
one hard core tourist Mark Marius went straight to the Hard Rock Cafe - San Francisco. About 30 students stayed in the
general area so that they could catch a boat at Pier Al, headed straight for Alcatraz. As they toured the abandoned
prison, students were bombarded with nostalgic feelings emitted from a place which had penned in murderous
criminals, had been a last home for American Indians, and was a temporary refuge for the San Francisco hippie
generation. Throughout the day, students took advantage ofa scenic cable car ride into the downtown area. Another
view taken in was the magnificent Golden Gate Bridge. After a long day of walking, shopping, and sight seeing,
everyone got back on the bus and headed for San Jose. The many transitions were all a blurr through the sleepy eyes of
the class of '88, but the memories will always be vivid. 8'
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Class Clowns: Sieve DeYager and Heidi Brulnsma
Mosl Aihleiicz Mike Anderson and Krisli VanZee
Mosl Spiriledz Mark Marius and Rlkki Mazure
Mosi Gullible: John Hulsl and Kaiherine Westfall
Classy Cars: Brad VanMeeTeren and Michelle Paine
Biggesi Fliris: Mike Mandeville and Lisa Anderson
Mosl Friendly: Pairick Barnes and Kim Bradford
Cuie Smiles: John Danluma and Tammy Buddle
Conlrlbuied The Mosl: Dan Keuning and Tonya Zwagerman
Mr. GQ 84 Ms. Vogue: Darren Wybenga and Slacy DeLeeuw
Nice Legs: Bryon Tempiemon and Jennifer Piersmo
Preiiy Eyes: Chris Goocison and Lucincio Brewer
Life of The Poriyz Aron Reppmon and Bcrbciro Bollorci
Besi Dressed: Tim Poiierson and Chrisiie Riemersmo
Excepiionoi Excuses: Ari Groenveld ond Debbie Loman
Mosi Likely To Succeed: Rick Wesrrci ond Siephcnie Posfmc
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Even Sophomore guys got involved in "kitchen work."
Stacy and her mother, one of 149 moms honored.
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Everyone got dressed up
for this one. The Seniors en-
joyed coke and punch with
their mothers while the soph-
omores put on the show.
Providing live entertainment
while serving everyone, the
cldss of 4990 presented fun
dwdrds to the Senior Poll
winners. There wos a skit
thot showed the growing re-
Idtionship between d moth-
er dnd her daughter. Spe-
ciol music wos performed by
Jan Baas, Amy Warners,
ond Linda Lange. The dfter-
noon was very relaxing for
students dnd their mothers.
Vonda? Bryon really got into afternoon teo!
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Seniors recall days gone by wiTh mixed emoTions.
Llsa Kleln worships as she plays "Blessed Assurance".
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Hey, Dude, whaT's The naps?" lT's Pai Common George reminded us ThaT we can soar
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The Class of 1988 proudly sings The Alma MaTer TogeTher once more.
One of The mosT memorablelTimes of
The year was The very lasT Chapel puT on
for The Seniors. Many memories were re-
called from pasT years Through skiTs and a
slide show. The aTmosphere was variable:
The solemn Times of recollecTion and
prayer, The fun Times wiTh jokes and
slides, and The sad Times during special
songs and Thinking of friends parTing. As
some Seniors shared from G-od's Word
whaT was on Their hearT or jusT gave a
word of encouragemenT To remember in
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The 1988 giaduahng class of VCHS floaTed down
The cenTer aisles of The CrysTaI CaThedral To The
familiar sTrains of Pomp and CircumsTance Sere
naded by The A Cappella Choir and The Tears of
Their parenTs 447 seniors graduaTed To become
considered posT high school men and women
ValedicTorian Rick Wesira was given The honor of
addressing The parenTs and friends of The gradu
aTes, and Rev. WilberT VanDyke shared some
ThoughTs abouT God's hospiTaliTy wiTh This unique
group of seniors. The graduaTes were awarded Their
Bibles and diplomas by school board members and
Then sang The alma maTer for The IasT Time as VCHS
sTudenTs. WiTh 'TPomp and CircumsTanoe" sTiII ring-
ing in Their ears, The seniors boarded The buses for
Grad NighT. Goodbye seniors. VVe'll miss you Tons
AfTer Two yeors of being
picked on The closs of '89 hos
finolly dchieved The sTdTus of
upperclossmen. AIThough They
hdd To prepdre for PSAT, JSB,
ond much more, These Things
Tended To slip Their minds once
Friddy nighTs rolled obouT. Dur-
ing The week The responsibil-
iTies of school work sTored
Them in The fdce, buT in The
bock of Their minds They were
olwoys Thinking of whdT The
weekend held in sTore. WheTh-
er iT wos o big doTe or ci big
TesT, going ouT wiTh friends To
sTudy or The pdrTy of The cen-
Tury, The Junior closs dlwdys
Class Officers- Lisa Fellows, Erica Heinfzelmam, Craig
Bouma, and Rolynn Riensfra
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AfTer surviving ci yeor of hu-
milioTion ds freshmen, The soph-
omores wdlked dround com-
pus wiTh Their hedds high in The
dir. Yes, They were proud! Who
knows why? IT could hdve
been becouse of ThoT inde-
pendenf feeling of geTTing
Their licenses or moy hdve
been The school idenTiTy ThdT
comes wiTh weoring o cldss
ring. One Thing for sure, The
sophomores proved To hove
Their own 'iunique" persondliTy.
De Bie, Cari Ann
De Boer, Duane
De Jong, Anhur
De Young, Joel
De Young, Laiisha
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Vander Ham, Chad
Vander Ploeg, Tina
Vander Vis, Mary Ann
Van Kampen, Brent
Van Steenis, Jon
Van Wyk, Amy
From ruling The junior high To
becoming innocenT vicTims oT
every 8Th groders desTinoTion-
High School - This yeor's fresh-
men closs goT by following The
moTTo uno poin, no goin."
Eoch sTudenT of The ucloss of
92' slowly, buT surely leorned To
respecf The upperclossmen.
However, There were cerfoin
rumors obouT The "newborn"
being locked in Their lockers or
in The senior holl by Their superi-
ors. The Seniors were proud of
The freshmen buf yeT o Tod dis-
couroged, To Think Thof one
doy This closs will rule Volleyl
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De Koekkoek, Sfeven
Den Ouden, Amy
De Ridder, Kim
De Yoger, Scott
Fritz, Jr., Donald
Hulst, Julie A.
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Vanden Brake, Melinda
Vanden Berg, Darin
Vanden Berg, Suzanne
Vander Wal, Trevor
Van Otterloo, Todd
Van Unen, Melanie
Van Wyk, Alan
Yang, Janet S.
Zwart, Kimberly A.
After cz long, horcl doy of
school, books, ond teochers'
dirty looks, VCHS students like
to unwind. The Student Council
gove everyone on opportunity
to ottend mixers, formols, don-
key bosketboll ond mony other
octivities. Here ot Volley there
is olwoys something to clo,
somewhere to go. Thot's prob-
obly why this school is without o
doubt the best obove the rest.
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Before a big game, The whole sTudenT
'oody gaThers in The gym for a Pep Rally.
WhaT beTTer way is There To express our
school spiriT Than aT one of Valley's Pep Ral-
lies? Here sTudehTs geT a chance To show
off Their pride in Their class. WiTh The Cheer-
leaders' skiTs, The class compeTiTion, and The
TradiTiohal Alma MaTer, The Pep Rallies are
exciTing and full of fun. We especially would
like To Thank The Cheerleaders for all of Their
hard work and efforT To make our Pep Rallies
whaT They are. Their enThusiasm and school
pride is greaTly appreciaTed by Valley's sTu-
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Girls Varsity BaskeTbaII-A greaT Team wiTh a greaT season'
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School spiril really shows in The junior class!
Valley fans af The girls basketball CIF game-Ho-Hum!
Lyneffe Peterson and Karen Burford smiling
for The camera before a pep rally.
Mike SlaTer's Talk abouT being a True friend makes sfudenfs evaluafe Their own relafionships.
Pat Barnes and Paul Pitman Try To gef free guiTar lesson
from Phil Keaggy.
DespiTe a missing finger, Phil rips up The sfrings Mike drives home a poinf and emphasizes The The Valley family comes forward To be "STrefcher
during a guiiar solo. imporiance of accounfabilify. ers" for Their friends.
Mike SlaTer broughi his minisiry of "STreTcher Bearers" To
Valley during Spiriiual Emphasis Week. On Monday, he inTro-
duced The Topic and sTudenTs discovered The meaning of
True friendships. His words broughT new meaning To The sTory
in Luke abouT The lame man who was lowered Through The
roof and healed by Jesus. As The week wenf on, sTudenTs
learned how To minisTer To The needs of oThers. Breaking up
info small groups allowed each individual To share Their own
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more real. We closed SpiriTual Emphasis Week wiTh a special is
conceri in The gym. STudenTs broughi bean bags, blankeis X
and pillows as They "kicked iT" on The floor To lisTen To Phil
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TudenTs eagerly make Their way inTo The llsa Kloln and Karon ludord valianTIy Try To
zhapel. lead Valley in singing Pharoh! Pharoh!
Mr. V.W.-as usual praising God by singing,
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Chapel has become a very special
Time for many sTudenTs aT Valley Time rs
seT aside each week To come TogeTher
wrTh The faculTy and express our joy in
knowing ChrlsT Through praise and wor
ship Small groups are an rmporTanT porT
of chapel providing an aTmosphere in
which we shared our ThoughTs and prob-
lems and could grow spiriTually TogeTher.
Valley's chapels make us, as sTudenTs,
more aware of ChrisT and how we can
shine Through Him.
A few of OUF seniors DGHSDTIY WOlT fOf CIWCIDGI To STGFT
Michelle dnd Kathy in the '36 Auburne: they know how to cruise in style. Donlso, Llsa ond Vonda know which cdr is poulcir.
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dn extended lunch to ddmire some of
the outstdnding cdrs Vdlley students
hdd to show. There were 5 cdtegories
dnd OD overdll sweepstdkes prize. The
winner of the trucks cdtegory wds
Todd Hood with the "origindl" thump
truck, the sports cdr trophy wds tdken
by Michelle Paine who showed up in d
'36 Auburn. Michelle dlso wdlked
dwdy with the sweepstdkes trophy.
Stacey Coleman piled 28 people in
her VW bug to win the volume cdte-
gory while Heather Alderson used her
VW to win the cldssics cdtegory. The
lost cdtegory wds won by Denise
Struiksmu GS she showed up in her
"epitome of junk" cdr.
Hop on, there is dlwdys room for more! Tlm Paterson knows how to rock ond roll
Llsa Kloln does more socializing Than dancing. lT's Time To whisper Those "sweeT noThings" ThaT you've been Thinking abouT all nighT.
High school dances can be auiTe The social evenT.
They give sTudenTs a chance To l'cuT loose" or relax
wiTh someone special. Many people also use The
dances as a reason To ask someone ouT. lT's always
fun To geT To know someone new. "Excuse me,
would you like To dance?"
Lucy Rublo and Chris Goodson can'T keep from moving wiTh The rhyThm. Renewing special friendships aT The Homecoming Dance.
A warm welcome awaited Valley students as they arrived at the Reef Restaurant, Long Beach.
Prom King and Queen - Pat Barnes and Kayla Koopman.
Even Mr. Hugen got into it with his black tails.
Mike Gilman, Lance Havel, and Todd Tuinstra hit the town in style.
i'Treasured Moments" was the theme for the evenir
planned by the Junior class officers. Everyone showed up wi'
permanent smiles from all the pictures with mom and da-
Even more were taken at the Reef by the pros from Heritagi
Dinner was served inside the banquet hall as everyone joine
their friends and seated themselves face to face with a golf
fish. Entertainment consisted of a slideshow, music by Juni
girls, and one of A.J.'s famous raps. Whether they went stc
or with a date, everyone had a blast! Many memories wel
72 made as the night faded into morning.
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The girls cloim to fome os Vdlley's first Girls Soccer teom. Tonya hugs Ms. Metcalfe one lost time.
The Girls Athletic Associotion
held their dnnudl sports bon-
quet in the chdpel on Tuesddy,
Moy 34. Dinner wos served fol-
lowed by the long owdited
owords ceremony. Throughout
the ceremony, girls were hon-
ored os most vdluoble pldyers
ond were given mony other
dwdrds. Among the people
honored wos the Girls Soccer
teom. They eoch received d
pldoue in rememberdnce of
their experience ds the first girls
tedm Volley hos ever hod. The
teom presented o shirt mode
Ginger Sundquist, which redd,
"l survived Vdlley's first Girls
Soccer teom" Other teoms
were honored for their excep-
tiondl efforts ond occomplish-
ments during the different seo-
sons. For mony this wos d night
to remember ond cherish for-
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Chrlsflne receives the awards for the last time.
knows this routine well. Tlra has had another successful year in sports.
Seniors are The winning Team.
Mark never could make a basket.
A.J., ASB Vice PresidenT re resenTed The 'unior class.
The annual Donkey BaskeTball game was played
aT CerriTos College. BoTh VCHS and WCHS uniTed in
faiTh To raise money for The Home for The Unwed
lVloThers. The game was Tied, wenT inTo overTime
and Tied again. Valley was declared The winner
only because They happened To be riding The don-
keys in blue. The Limbo provided a greaT halfTime
advenTure for sTudenTs of all ages and fans from
boTh schools conTribuTea To a very successful even-
Mr. Van Maanen is geTTing a TasTe of his own medicine
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Students from mony schools come to join the fun. Dovid jumped olmost two feet.
Heot wos bedting dgdinst their forehedds. Morch-
Q, v ing music wos being ployed. Children's fdces wore
W smiles thot stretched "eor to eor." It wos Moy 42th
when Volley's junior closs went to help ot the Spe-
cidl Olympics. It wos on exciting experience ond
a r every person Ieorned o little bit more. With the hord
work ond togetherness the junior cldss mode on
ordinory doy into d memory thot will never be for-
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These were our officiols?
Rlck Wesira, our valedicTorian, gives a speech aT The
All The hard work To geT good grades finally
paid off. Those sTudenTs who Tried Their hardesT
To umake The grade" were rewarded by The
ScholasTic ArTs SocieTy in The form of a ban-
queT. The food was aloT beTTer Thon lasT
year's-a 'TsTep ahead" so To speak. The oTmo-
sphere aT This parTicular banqueT was popping
wiTh exciTemenT. Speeches were mode by
Aron Reppmann, Stephanie Posfma, Rick
Wesfra, and Don Deuning abouT The aspecTs
of The socieTy. LaTer on, awards and scholar-
ships were handed ouT. New members found
Themselves on sTage wiTh iighTed candles in
hand reciTing The socieTy pledge, and Rick
Wesira QAMI7 g.p.a.Q was announced valedi-
coTiran. IT was a nighT To remember for all
New members of S.A.S. IighT candles as a symbol of Their pledge
Slna Seng can'T help buf smile.
SODHOITWOYGS "chow down" GUUTIQ dlnflef.
Mlko and Mlko dress alike! Crhis capfion complemenls of Mlke Mandeville,
lron Reppmonn speaks a few departing words of wisdom To enthralled
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The Lettermans Banquet was a big success
this year. A lot of people showed up, the food
was good and the program wasn't too long.
The guys this year worked very hard and de-
served to be honored for their effort at this
banquet. Some of the night's highlights were
the lVl.V.P. awards for each team and the giv-
ing of flowers fo senior parents who always
play a big part in cheering on their athletic
sons. Although varsity baseball was the only
team to win league championships this year,
there is always hope for next year, if our guys
keep up their effort. Even though the guys
don't like to admit it, it was an excitement-
iilled evening for everyone, coaches included!
Waiting for the banquet
o start was so much fun!
The VandeVegt Award for best line backer
weni to Tim Lack.
The Cross Country MVP. award we
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Mr. Wunderly says a few words to his awesome football team. Brlan Tomploman-Varsity Football M.V.P.
Ilke llackstad received M.V.P. for Varsity Basketball-
fas this picture posed or what?
ance Havel received M.V.P. for Varsity Baseball and
'ank Hong got the Coach's award.
Coach De Jong and Ray Lange share an .. this award is presented to two great
inside joke, tennis players who . .
WOW! This is so interesting.
Valley receives many ouT-
sTanding complimenTs abouT
being The school wiTh The besT
spiriT or The besT aThleTic de-
parTmenT or basically The besT
deparTmenT or basically The
besT people, buT iT's exTremely
uncommon for a school To be
admired for all of Those quali-
Ties plus academics. Through-
ouT The pasT years of VaIley's
hisTory There have been many
awards for dcademic excel-
lence. WiTh The help of God,
The sTudenTs and Teachers
have worked hard To keep This
TradiTion going so ThaT a diplo-
ma from Valley is someThing To
be proud of.
Mr. Mcrk Hugen
Mr. John LeFebre
Mr. Brion Lemmen
Mrs. Foifn Hogan
Mr. Don VcnMoonen
Mr. DGVG BUGS Mr. Colvin Feddes
Mr. Christian Veensfro
Mr. Julion Boas
Mr. Randy Posfmus
Mrs. Kristen Brewer
Mr. Gregg Sjoerdsmcr
Mrs, Mert Smifs
Mrs. Lynda Terhorst Mrs. Fern Sreenwyk
Mr. HGrOld DSBIG Mr. Bob Sfeenstrcn Mr. Del Von Den Berg
Mr. Jim McCune
Mr. Loren Von Woudenberg
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Mrs. Trudy Howell
Mrs. Betty Brouwer
Ms Dolores Logfermon
Ms. JoneT Boker
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Ms. Liz Metcalfe
Mr. Don Groy Mr. PieTer Goedhod Ms. Pom McDermoTT
Mr. Sion Cole
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Mrs. Lucille Wossenocr
Mrs. June Reppmonn
How do mosT Vdlley sTudenTs
spend Their Time ofTer rocking
Their broin for school? Well if iT's
noT sTudying for one of Mr. Le-
Febre's olgebro TesTs or going
To lvir. De Bie's driving lessons
you would probobly find The
mojoriTy of The sTudenTs in-
volved in oT leosT one of our
club ocTivlTies. WheTher iT's Ski
Club, lnTerocT, or The Model
U.N. Volley hos o medley of
opTions To choose from.
This year s Varsity Cheerleading squad
conslsted of 7 dedicated Junlor glrls With
help from thelr new advlsor Janet Baker
the glrls performed at many competltlons
and at more than enough games through
out the year They also had some early
mornlng workouts to prepare for speclal
events Lots of plannlng and behind the
scenes work took u a reaf deal of thelr
durlng the football playoffs and the glrl s
CIF basketball games Accompanied by
the J V glrls they also enjoyed a day
together at Magic Mountaln after one of
their largest competltlons The ups and
downs of compromise proved to be
worthwhlle because throughout the year
the glrls grew closer and had tons of fun!
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spare tlme. Some of the excitement came
"Foghorn-Leghorn" lolns Erlca, Glna, and Krista In the lun
at Maglc Mountaln.
Top to Bottom: Erlca Helntzelman, Sylvla Lee, Vel Gray, Glna Sanfllll, Krlsfa Vos,
Dee-Dee Groen, Leanne Veldhulzen, and Kristin Massellnk.
Homecomlng theme "Fantasy In the Far East" put the cheerleaders lnto SamuraI's
for a frlp around the track.
Captain: Leanne Veldhulzen Captalnz Glna Santllll
"Go, Flght, Vlln tonlghtl Boogie downl All Rlghtl All Rlghtl"
Erlca I-telntzelman Sylvla Lee
Vel Gray Dee-Dee Groen
Cheerleaders get students to show thelr splrlt at pep rallles.
The competltlon routlne was splced up wlth some blarlng modern mu-
Krlsta Vos One last cheer tor VCHS.
SpiriT And DedicoTion
J.V. Cheer impressed The eyes of specTo-
Tors during Homecoming, hoif-Time shows,
porodes ond in public compeTiTion. Their oT-
TiTude wos enThusiosTic onci Their spiriT wos
leci by The co-copToins Karen Burford ond
Nicole Gilman. Thonks To oli The cheer-
ieoders who puT in ThoT exTro efforT onci
Time To moke This yeor, o yeor of spiriT ond
Aerobics is somefimes involved in cheer.
Show your sTyie, Voiiey cheer!
LefT To righT: Wendi Woidron, Lori Wells, Ashley McLeon, Jooni Boil, BricIgeT BourgouiT, Kore
Burford, Nicole G-iimon, ond LyneTTe PeTerson.
EnThusiosm is high on Homecoming nighT.
The girls auf There wiTh The maroon shields
re our lD UniT. They lead our band inTo pa-
:des and sTand Tall as They represenT Val-
Ty ChrisTian. Led by Their capTain, Jennifer
ulfzer, They perform in half Time shows as
'ell as The ArTesia and Bellflower parades.
wey are always filled wiTh spiriT and pride as
Tey show how ChrisT works Through uniTy.
Valley sparkles down Bellflower Boulevard. The ID uni? shows Their sTyle,
LefT To right Jennifer BalTzer, KaTie Nelson, KaThie WesTfall, Shannon Drake, Coley Hagan and Michelle Paine
Keeping In Step
Chin up and smile. We don T hear iT a loT
around school buT iT geTs worn ouT when iT
comes To marching afTer The band on The
parade rouTes. This year The Drill Team par-
TicipaTed in Two parades flrsT The ArTesia
Parade and Then The Bellflower Parade.
They did very well in boTh. The girls were also
busy wiTh differenT compeTiTions as well as
early morning rehearsals and fooTball half-
Time shows. When ChrisTmas finally rolled
around everyone sTarTed seeing "Jesus is
The reason for The season" pins sold by Drill
Team members To raise money. The pins
were a hiT and The Drill Team goT a hard-
earned profiT from The fund raiser. Keep
shining Through Drill Team! You make every-
Thing you parTicipaTe in more fun To waTch.
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Drill leaders - Heidi Wiersma, Anna Biggs and Kelly Kur-
kowski lead The way.
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The Flag Team became loeTTer known
because of iT s increased size and excel-
lence. They performed many Times dur-
ing fooTball halfTime. Sharon Overdum
year was placing second in The Bellflower
parade. The girls in This group have lefT
Their mark on many people ThroughouT
The year. Their True TalenTs shone Through
Their ChrisTian aTTiTudes on and off The
Team capTain said, "The highlighT of our
Sharon and Stacey sTand Tall during The fooTball haIfTime.
QL-Ry STacey Twaddle, Sharon Overduin QcapTainj Trina OsTerhus, ChrisTina Wells, Glnge
SundquisT, Branda BourgalT, Monica Greene, Sharon Rhone, KrlsTin Lee, Tracy OsTerhus
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people ploy The skillful gdme of chess.
They ore known ds The Chess Club. Su-
pervised by Mr. lvlcCune, members of The
club meeT dT lunch To compeTe in The
TourndmenT for The TiTle of Chess Club
chdmpion. So for The record for The long-
esT gdme is beTween Oommen George
ond Mark Slmon which losTed for Three
monThs. These sTudenTs like To ploy chess
during lunch becouse iT is fun ond dlso o
good wdy To reldx before The dfTernoon
llayne cdn'T decide wheTher he wdnTs To edT
fl-ry Chi-Ho Kong, Rocky Brick, Wdyne Chen, Pdul PiTTmdn, Oommen
George, Ddvid Rd, Mdrk Simon, Tom Schipper, Kdmi Kovdcovsky, Donnd
Eder, Ddmon Koski.
Rocky ond Chl-Ho ore Tense ds They sTdrT o new gdme.
Car washes, Wake-A-Thons, and
many hours of planning wenT inTo The
preparaTion of This year s ski Trip for The
club. The annual rendevous was To The
quieT ciTy of Lake Tahoe buT once
Valley ChrisTian goT There The Town
was in a compleTe uproar. UnforTu-
naTely due To a small blizzard The club
did noT ski ThaT ofTen' so from hiTTing
The casinos along wiTh all The nighT life
To jusT galavanTing around The hoTel
The sTudenTs always found Things To
Once They were back on California
ground iT was local skiing from There on
ouT. Snow Valley and Snow SummiTT
were exTremeIy popular resorTs buT
wherever The club wenT They always
had fun. Many Thanks go To BeTTy
Brouwer advisor and Keifh Fike presi-
denT for Their hard work and frusTra-
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Academic DecaThalon isn'T jusT for smart
people, anyone with a UC" average or
above can join This Team if They're willing To
work hard. AfTer weeks of studying and ex-
Tra homework The Academic Decathalon
Team wenT To a ralley with differenT Teams
from oTher schools to compeTe in a day of
Taking TesTs and giving speeches. AfTer
sweating Through The day's evenTs our
Team came in sevenTh! WhaT a job well
The Science Club is made up of a few
sTudenTs who like To sTudy science, see
awesome movies, and go places where
They wouldn'T otherwise have a chance To
go. When asked whaT his definiTion of Sci-
ence Club was, Mr. PosTmus answered, "lt's
a special exTra-curricular acTiviTy involving
sTudenTs of all class levels. IT provides a spe-
cial 'sTep beyond' in The exploration and
enjoymenT of science". This year's Science
Club discovered again how the wonderful
works of our heavenly father keep shining
Jlr. Boas enthusiastically explains one of The wonders of sci-
nce To Mike Falcioni.
Jon Tuinstra, Todd Smits, David Ra, Lundi Seng, Oommen George, Mark Simon, Jane
Chung, Debie Lamon, Paul Lee.
Mr. Boas, Mr. Feddes, Jon Tuinstra, Mark Falcioni, Jeff Heart, David Davis, Mike
Oldenkamp, Mark Oldenkamp, Donna Eder, Eliza Oh, Sylvia Lee, Mr. Postmus, Oom-
men George, Chris Warners, Tim Lack, Paul Lee.
Academic Decathalon members compeTe at the ralley.
Through in love. This group of young people
enjoy helping Those who need help. Nloking
severol Trips To Mexico helping CRWRC wiTh
The WhiTTier eorThquoke cleon-up puTTing
on The Thonksgiving food drive ond spon-
soring The blood drives ore some of The mo-
jor projecTs ThoT lnTerocT Took porT in
ThroughouT The yeor. Vdlley ond our com-
muniTy ore forTunoTe To hove such o group
The '87-'88 InTerocT Club redlly shone
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Andy Paik Taking a break from a
hard day's work. Interact members lend a helping hand.
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A J0yfl.lI Noise
VoIiey's Crusoder bond is one of The
mony groups ThoT helps our school shine
Through in spiriT. This yeor's bond porTici-
poTed in Two porddes ond ployed for
severol oTher speciol evenTs. The bond
olso ploys o Iorge role oT Volley s home
fooTboII gdmes' They ploy for pre-gome
os well os porTicipoTing in The hdlf-Time
shows. We os o sTudenT body Thonk our
bond for doing such on ouTsTonding job.
Bond members goof-off before o concerT,
Katherine Burke Iedds The bond wiTh o winning rouTine.
Chl-Ho Kang oTTempTs o smile ofTer ploying his Trombone.
The bond sTruggles ouT of Their morching geor ofTer o long porode
The band marches enthusiastically down Bellflower Blvd.
--Dom you dare Take ,mm pictureyf Krlsfln Strulksma and Nichole Gilman pose in their aging band
'lst Row: Katherine Burke, David Nakhla, Paul Pittman, Monique Jackson, Michelle Holwerda, Jana Tanis, Eric Doejaaren, Chi-ho Kang, Michael
Haringa, Benji Christoffels, Cari De Bie, Nichole Gilman, Amy Westra, Kori Stonestreet, Donna Eder, Shannon Gray, Don Gray-Director. 2nd Row:
Eric Scheenstra, Mike Gilman, Todd Tuinstra, lan De Bie, David Laster, Mark Simon, Rocky Brick, Darlene Thomas, Monica Edmonds, Kristin
Struiksma, Vel Gray, Melanie Vanwoudenberg, Michael Schutt, Alan VanWyk, Julie Schubert, Christine Hill. 3rd Row: Scott Evnaskey, Steven
DeKoekkoek, Paul Nakhla, Mark Myhre, Jared Brown, Mark Kortenhoeven, Steve Kok, Blake Hiemstra, Mic Buehler, Eric Snapper, Michelle
VanderLey, Nicole DenOuden, Wendy Nance, Lori Klein, MaryAnn Vandervis, Joy Baas, Dana Wind, Kaylene Klaassen. Ath Row: Jon Slager, Rick
Westra, Philip Simon, John Kim, John Dantuma, Tim DeKoekkoek, A.J. Smith, Jason Florie, Mike Mclntyre, Jeff King, Art DeJong, David Koekman,
John Anderson, Mike Anderson, Dan Keuning, Sharon Biedebach, Amy DenOuden, Kim Zwart, Suzanne VandenBerg.
A Screaming Fling
Jazz Band direcTed by Don Gray had a
loT of spiriT This year Composed of fifTeen
members They pracTiced long and hard To
perfecT Their performance TrumpeTs Trom
bones woodwlnds guiTors piano wiTh a
dash of percussion Thrown in aT random cre
aTed a very impressive sound Wherever
They wenT They were applauded wiTh
The exTra boosT To make Their performance
screams of delighT. ThaT gave The Jazz Band
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Top row: Paul PiTTman, Mike Gilman, Alan VanVVyk, John Anderson, Rick WesTra, Todd TuinsTra, Mr. Gray, Philip Simon, Dan Keuning,
David Aardema, Monique Jackson, Mark Myhre. BoTTom row: Shannon Gray, Mark Konenhoeven, Nicole DenOuden, David l-loekman,
John Kim, Greg Holcombe, Mike Anderson, Jon Slagers, Derik Gray, and Blake l-liemsTra.
Always inTenT on a perfecT performance.
The clear silverly sound of The
Handbell Choir conTripuTed very
much To The fine arTs aT Valley. This
year The choir received new hand-
bells, including a 5Th ocTave, new
ouTfiTs, TaplecloThs and besT of all,
guys To play The enormous base
IT was a busy year for This choir.
They played aT The majoriTy of Val-
ley's concerTs along wiTh playing for
people who reauesTed Their unique
musical sound. Thanks go To Hand-
bells for adding ThaT special Touch
To Their performances.
up row Monica Edmonds, Monique Jackson, Todd TuinsTra, Karin DeGrooT, Jana BoerighTer, Mike Gilman, Amy DenOuden, Pam Viligboldy Mr Gray
Wd Nicole Gilman BoTTom row: Amy VanWyk, STacy Ollman. Jan Baas, Lori Klein, KrlsTen STruiksma, and Melanie Vanwoudenperg.
War and peace. STarvaTion and abun-
dance, These were The concerns we had
during The firsT year Valley parTicipaTed in
The Model UniTed NaTions. We were proud
of The 45 sTudenTs aT Valley who represenT-
ed The counTries of Libya and Jamaica, aT
The UniversiTy of California, Riverside. Deal-
ing wiTh The issues facing The world Today,
The sTudenTs discussed, debaTed, and cau-
cussed ideas for Their counTry. They learned
how To view issues from differenT perspec-
Tives, buT mosT imporTanT, They goT a
glimpse of realiTy.
This spiriTed group represenTed Saudi Arabia in full cosTumel
Mark always seems To make a bus ride more Tun!
Top I.r. Todd SmiTs, STephanie PosTma, Melanie Cole, Rick WesTra, Mark Simon Chris
Goodson, Tim PaTTerson, BoTTom l.r. Sharon Overduin. Mark Marius, Hans Lyra Elaine
GhosT, David Ra.
All The naTions are represenTed in This mass assembly
"Young sound" is one woy To phrdse This
yedr's Women's Ensemble. ConsisTing of
only freshmen ond sophomores, The girls
were direcied by lVlr. C5oedhorT Through nu-
merous successful performdnces. From
leorning The fundomenTols of music Through
wriTTen TesTs To ocTuolIy singing Them, The
girls hod o chance To show Their experience
in ploces like chopel ond differenT schools
ond churches. A mojor highlighf of The yeor
wos prepdring ond ocTuolly performing
scenes from The Broodwoy hiT "Annie".
For The firsT ond Third Trimesfer The girls devoTed Their Third period To singing ond
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A Capella Choir learned a greaT varieTy
of vocal music This year from The very seri
ous sacred hymns To The comical scenes
from musicals Their Two major producTions
were Children of The LighT performed aT
Pops ConcerT Some of The Tunes came
from Broadway musicals such as Grease
Music Man Sound of Music Bye Bye Birdie
and more ThroughouT The enTire year The
sTudenTs noT only grew To love music buT
They learned To care abouT each oTher as
The SupporTer's BanqueT, and The Spring
Are we Tuning up or Tuning ouT?
Top Row flefT To righTj: Chris SmiTh, Ryan VanDuyn, Bryan Templeman, Oomen George, Rob VanEck, Aron Reppmann, Ed Boas, Gerald Vanderburg,
Todd SmiTs, Brian Kornoelje, Dan Woolley, Chris Warners, Rob KamsTra, Mark VanDeBrake, Jeff DeYoung, and Ken STice. Third Row: Brian Tazelaar, Rick
WesTra, Lisa Klein, Jennifer VandenBerg, Sirephanie PosTma, Debbie Vanderkamp, Leslie VanWeerThuizen, Michelle VanderLey, Deann GrooT, Jana
BoerigTer, Karin DeGrooT, Shelly ScholTen, and Mark Marius. Second Row: Lisa Kroeze, Denise STruiksma, Alison SmiTh, Robyn Pap, KrisTin Masselink, Pam
Wigboldy, Laurel Hemphill, MaribeTh Voss, Tira Johnson, Heidi Wiersma, and Gina SanTilli. BoTTom Row: HeaTher Blankers, Lisa Fellows, Anna Biggs, Kelly
ScholTen, KrisTa Vos, Jane Chung, Nicole DenOuden, Leslie VerHuel, Rhonda Verhoeven, and DirecTor Mr. PieTer G-oedharT. NoT PicTured: BeTh KrediT,
CrysTal Neher, Marcene Hahne, and Melanie Cole.
' ' Excellence ' '
The lvlodrigol Singers ore considered To
be The eliTe vocol group here oT Volley.
These lo young people drew close TogeTh-
er os friends while performing in locol con-
cerTs ond fesTivols os well os Troveling To-
geTher. They olso kepT busy wiTh The fun-
droisers needed To finonce The Trip To Lyn-
den, WoshingTon ond BriTish Columbio, Con-
odo. Some of The guys hod o hord Time
keeping Their mouThs shuT while crossing The
border inTo Conodo, buT everyone mode iT
Through ond hod o greoT Time. The yeor vvos
o ToTol success os The group used Their Tol-
enTs To shore God's love.
len ClefT To righTj: Ed Boos, Jeff DeYoung, Rick WesTro, Don Woolley, Mr. PieTer GoedhorT fDirecTory, Chris i
lorners, Aron Reppmonn, ond Brion Kornoelje. Lodies: Jennifer VondenBerg, Wendy ChrisTensen.
Tephonie Poslmd, lvlelonie Cole, Shelly ScholTen, Leslie VonWeerThuizen, Debbie Vonderkdmp, ond Liso
ein, NoT PicTured1 Todd SmiTs.
The group odds To The oTmosphere QT The ChrisTmos Tour of Homes.
Precision is o porT of Their excellence!
The Year began on the first Tuesday of
school at 7 45 A M to start making plans for
the 87 88 school year This year s Student
Council representatives class officers and
even Dan the Man really shone through the
year by giving their all to provide a fun
packed '87-'88 for the whole student body.
The new group planned and put on different
events such as a Winter Formal and a Sadie
Hawkin's Dance. Thanks Student Council for
working hard to make this year unforgetta-
Student council fakes time out to relax and sing,
Rick Westra and his best friend, a broken chair named
Love those morning meetings!
Led by Dan Wooley, the studenf council shares the events of their kick off retreaf.
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:die Hawkins Tickeml Student Council-A pyramid of success!
Playing Shuttle Butt, student council members lose themselves in tears of laughter. gr?5'la'nr:'3g::axggw mgldggmuggigqHdnholman'
Mlchelle I-lolwerda, the new "Lone Ranger" Student Council, taking time to listen.
The Crusoder GozeTTe hos kepT us
well informed ThroughouT The yeor wiTh
"news we con use." The GozeTTe fed-
Tured Topics from surfing To cooking
ideos, IoTesT projeoTs of inTerooT To up-
doTes on The Drill Tedm, movie reviews
ond much more. Hedded by The very
copobie ediTor, Leslie Wierenga, The
GozeTTe works hord everydoy during
firsT period To bring us The IoTesT hdp-
penings here oT Vdiiey ChrisTion. De-
pending upon The TrimesTer on over-
oge of 'TO sTudenTs wriTe The news ThoT
highiighTs The ocTiviTies ond opinions
ThoT shine Through here dT Voiiey.
ReporTers criTique Their work for nexT monThs issue.
Bock Qi-rj Jennifer BoiTzer, Leslie Wierengo, Debbie Lomon, Ddno WoIooTT, Eric Terry Sherr
Wiiiioms, Ld'Sindo Cooks, Amber Hoferer. FronT QI-rj Urdino Bos, Mrs. Brouwer, Kim BorTon Todc
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The Gazette staff tests their typing skills, Leslie oversees the work of Eric.
In Over Our Heads
"Brain out of Commission - due to overexertion",
that was the general feeling in yearbook staff fo-
wards the last few days of the third trimester and the
first week of summer, as we scrambled to finish the
last 33 pages of the annual. In the beginning of the
year sevenfh period consisted of catching up on all
the new summer gossip, and by the time we noticed
fhe work we had fo get done, if was too late. The
number of unfinished pages piled up so high we
couldn't even counl them.
Well, we finally put procrastination behind us and
caught up on all our work, only to find more ahead of
us. The whole staff learned to help, supporf, and
back up one another in whatever we did. Working
on all the pages together and completing deadlines
all aided in bringing us closer together. A special
thanks goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Baas for staying
after school with us in fhe fhird trimester when they
could have been doing something else and espe-
cially to God who helped us bring you "The Finer
Things Keep Shining Thru."
Joy and Kelly energetically sing into a pizza crust.
L. to R. Kim Larsen, Karla Cody, Joy Baas, Cynthia Darrah, Kelly Matson, Catherine
Westfall, Michelle Payne, Lisa Anderson, Keith Pike, Steve De Yager Not Pictured: Leslie
Wierenga, and Shannon Cooper.
Cynthia's favorite auestion, "How does this sound?"
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"Good griefl lfl get ony more picture orders my comero will permonently stick to my
Steve ond Michelle work vigorously on odd pledges.
Our two editors-friends forever.
Just one more week ond it's over!
4987f88, The year VarsiTy
FooTbaIl Team wenT To The firsT
round of CIF Playoffs and The
Lady Crusaders Took CIF in bas-
keTball and wenT To The sec-
ond round of The STaTe Play-
offs. ConTinuousIy we have
been able To break Through,
leaving all our opponenTs far
behind. NOT only have The Cru-
saders had a TasTe of being
number one buT They have
also learned The Techniques of
Teamwork and cooperaTion.
These are only a few of The
success sTories produced by
The VCHS aThleTes and
coaches. Again Valley has
made iTself known To The local
public Through aThleTics.
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Being on The VarsiTy FooTball Team requires
more Than a sTrong physique and no brains.
AcTually fooTball players have To have a 2.0
GPA and a good undersTanding of The rules
and sTraTegies of The game To meeT The goals
The coaches seT for Them. Second only To
WhiTTier ChrisTian, our Team placed second in
The league. Members of The Team work To-
geTher all Through The season, pushing each
oTher and also encouraging each oTher. VoT-
ed among The players as mosT valuable was
Bryan Templeman and The mosT improved
was Jeff Lammers. Coach Wunderley com-
menTed on his Team by saying "I felT They
7 ArTesia 28
7 Laguna Beach 42
2'l MaranaTha 'I3
44 Orange LuTh 40
So Cal Chr
7.22 . 77.
back CI-rj Don Mulder, Bren? VanKampen, Jon
Nagel, Keiih Anema, Rick Hulsiein, Mail Warren,
Sieve VanDiesT, Todd Smiis, Mike Mandeville
Sith rowp Todd Hood, Tim Lack, Chris Miller, Jeff
eJong, David Bos, Brian Kornoeije, Judd Whil-
fieid, Tim Dekoekoek, David Schuii Q3rd rowp
John Hulsi, Dean Aardema, Coach VanWouden-
berg, Coach Debie, Coach Wunderley, Coach
Sireelman, Coach DeVries, Frank Hong, Craig
Bouma f2nd rowg Scoii Kuhlman, Don Vander-
wal, Ken Slice, ryan Templeman, Darren Ho-
gan, Mike Anderson, Andy Paik, Tyler Dokior,
Darren Wybenga Qfroni rowj Lance Havel, Jeff
Tolen, Mike Gilman, Jeff Larnmers, John
I-ialioway, Randy DeBoer, Dan Kuening, A.J.
44 Artesia 43
38 Pioneer O
43 Paramount 27
34 Laguna Beach 24
27 Maranatha 43
Orange Lutheran O
The J V football team had a very re
warding season Their first game was
promising as they beat Artesia 44 43 with
a 65 yard pass in the last play of the
game The last game reflected their sea
son well with a 35 yard field goal to win
in the game Coach DeVries said I
thought the team played as well as they
were capable of playing but more im
portant than that they had fun in the
games and practice Many good friends
were made between the players
the league with three seconds remaining
Cath rowjl-r Cameron Mitchell, Terry McQuown, Art De-
Jong, Billy Wilbur, Mike Mclntyre, Mike Overgaauw, Sam
Sybesma, Ryan Rush, C5th rowj Brad Leach, Neil
McNaught, Steve Kok, Andy Calleros, Jeff Parker, Jason
Andriese, Phil Newman, Jason Florie, Scott DeYager, faith
rowj Mark Myhre, Jason Boersma, Jim Fritz, Keith Flikkerna.
Thomas Ritchardson, Ken Kamstra, Mark Kortenhoeven,
Ron Hiemstra, Royal Lord, 13rd rowy Steve Dekoekkoek,
Kyle Dykstra, coach Mike Bultsma, coach Brian DeVries.
coach Chris Veenstra, coach Perry Krosschell, Aaron Nog-
gle, Matt Thomas, Q2nd rowj Joshua Owen, Jason Algra,
Mike Schutt, J.B. McCormack, John Anderson, Jon Davis,
Randy Gay, Mike Gregg 14st rowy Clyde Lawrence, Trevor
Vander Wal, Darin Vanden Berg, Ben Christoffels, Joe
Bonar, Paul Hackett, Abe Sakis
ss, it A . ..
O Ontario 2
4 Whittier 2
2 Orange 4
2 Brethren O
2 Capo O
. 2 SCC O
2 Ontario O
l 2 Whittier 4
2 Orange 4
2 Brethren 0
2 Capo 0
2 SCC O
V. Team- top: Katherine Burke, Jan Baas, Amy Warners, Coach Kim Lodewyk, Pam
ligboldy, Kristin Struiksma, and Karen De Groot, Bottom: Cindy Terpstra, Sharla Wy-
enga, Julie Baldwin, Melanie Tinklenberg. Kristin Lee, and Rhonda Verhoeven.
ash. Team - top: Coach Gladie Rouwenhorst. Kim Bakker, Brynn Joiliffe. Danielle
egter, Suzanne VanDenBerg, Amy Pollema, Jane Paik, and Theary Seng. Bottom: Kim
aRidder, Donna Struiksma, Lisa Heusevelt, Rane-en Hammonds, and Kim Ornee.
This year's volleyball teams turned out great
overall. Just about everyone enjoyed them-
selves and experienced their share of victory.
The Freshman team ended up in third place
with a winfloss record of 6 - 11. Their Coach
G-Iadie Rouwenhorst was pleased with the
season. The J.V. team, working under new
Coach Kim Lodewyk, had a tough time at the
start of the season. They lost their first two
games against Ontario and Whittier, but
worked real hard and pulled through to win
the rest. With a lot of teamwork, they came
out on top along with Orange Lutheran, tying
for first place.
3 Onlario 2
3 Whllller 4
3 Orange Lulh. O
3 Brelhren 'I
3 Capo Valley O
3 SCC O
3 Onlario 2
Top: Lisa Klein, Lori Klein, Coach Bill Lodewyk. Kim Larsen, KrisTi Van Zee, Ginger SundquisT,
Jennifer Piersma, and Sharon Overduin. BoTTom: Jana BoerigTer, Laurel Hemphill, Karla Cody,
Tonya Zwagerman, and Rolynn ReinsTra.
Bill Lodewyk came in new This year
and coached The girls Through a very
successful season. IT began in The sum-
mer wiTh condiTioning. These workouTs
proved To be valuable, especially in The
firsT league maTch which wenT five
games againsT OnTario. The vicTory be-
longed To Valley ThaT nighT, and iT con-
Tinued ThroughouT The year. They wenT
undefeaTed in league. PracTices conTin-
ued in preparaTion as They headed off
To The CIF Play-Offs. The firsT game was
easier Than They expecTed, and Coach
Lodewyk was able To Try some new
Things. The girls began To geT anxious
going inTo The second round. IT was
comforTing To know ThaT Mark Marius
would be There doing his famous 'Tdare
deviI" acTs along wiTh John Danfuma, a
mosT faiThful fan. These memories along
wiTh The Team song 'iWipe OuT" by The
Beach Boys and Run DMC will remain in
The girls' hearTs forever. Also, a special
Thanks goes ouT To Coach Lodewyk for
all his Time and hard work in TAPINC-l
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0 Capo Valley Chr 2
3 Whitney O
4 Orange Luth 5
0 Ontario Chr 2
O Whittier Chr 0
Capo Valley Chr
back CI-ry Coach Wind, Mike Anderson, Rick Westra, Mark
Kortenhoeven, Jeff Lennan, David Bos, Chris Miller, Paui
Nakhla, J.B. McCormack, Coach Lemmen, front Ci-rj Ray
Lange, Darren Wybenga, Chris Smith, Terry McQuown,
Todd Smits, Keith Anema, Andy Hoekstra, Lars Johnson
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Back fl ry Amy Westra Jana Tanis Rlkki Mazure Karen Scholte Coach
Lolkus Robyn Pap Jennifer La Londe Brynn Jolliffe Linda Lange Leslie Ver
rj: Laurel Hemphill, Wendy Nance, Nicole DenOuden, Lisa Anderson, Ginger
A Karla Cody, Jennifer Owens, Lisa Klein.
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The Girl's Soccer team had a very successful year. This
was Valley's first girl's soccer team and they proved them-
selves well. Winning their first game against Burroughs A-0
gave them enough confidence to have a great record of
8 wins, 7 losses. and 2 ties. The team had many memora-
ble experiences such as always having better than a five
hundred record. beating El Segundo 'l-0 on their field after
losing to them at Valley, and Laurel Hemphlll kicking a 50
yard shot in the game against Ontario. The most spirited of
the year was Llsa Kleln, the most improved was Karen
Scholte, and the most helpful was Karl Lolkus. Coach
Byma felt the girls had a very successful year because
they never gave up when they were trailing a better
team, and they worked well as a team. To quote Coach
Byma, "The girls were a great group of young people to
work with. We are looking forward to being a part of the
Olympic League next year."
3 Capo Valley 2
3 Whitney O
3 Orange Luth O
8 Ontario 4
4 Whittier 4
7 Brethren 0
2 Whitney 2
2 Orange Luth 4
A Ontario O
O Whittier A
5 Brethren 4
:ick fl-rj Coach Nick VanderDussen, Rick Hemphill, Alan Van Wyk, Aaron Noggle, Kyle
ykstra, David Nakhla, Jared Brown, Loren Camper, Coach Lemmen front QI-rj Ryan
onner, Art De Jong, Mike Overgaauw, Brian Kornoelje, Jason Andriese, Joel Petteys,
:son Florie, Brad Fieldhouse, Cnot picturedp David Mayer, Darren Hogan, Todd Tuinstra
The J.V. Soccer team had an excellent season
with a league record of 9 wins, 4 loss, and 2 ties.
Their record allowed them to capture second
place in the league championships. There were a
few hardships in achieving this goal, such as Paul
Nakhla moving up to varsity and Aaron Noggle
breaking his leg, but they still received this honor.
During the season Aaron Noggle mode the most
goals and the most assists making him the most
valuable player of the team, Brian Kornoelje had
the most headballs of the team. Coach Nick Van-
derDussen thought his team performed well and
had an excellent season.
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AfTer pracTicing in The drenching rain and
running miles along The riverbed, The Team
many Times cooled off by sTopping aT Pen-
guins. This made The whole pracTice worTh iT!
PracTice especially paid off when The Team
was raTed 3rd over all in league. The guys
really worked hard This year. Winning The dual
meeT wiTh Orange LuTheran really Topped iT
off. The guys were noT supposed To even
come close! Through iT all They really grew
TogeTher and had an excellenT season.
This year, Mark Oldenkamp was voTed
mosT spiriTed, while Rick Hemphill received
mosT improved, and Brad Fieldhouse-mosT
helpful. The MVP was handed To Paul Nakhla,
and The coaches award wenT To Ed Boas.
League Record: A-'l
League Finals: 3rd
Overall STanding: 3rd
All league -Mark Oldenkamp
CIF Prelims - All Team.
Top: Brad Fieldhouse, Tim Dirksen, Ed Boas, John Kim. Rick Dyksira, and Coach Todd
Jong. Boifom: David Mackey, Mike Oldenkamp, Tom Schipper, Mark Oldenkamp, l
Nakhla, and Rick Hemphill.
League Record: 5-O
T League Finals:
Overall League Standing: 'lst
CIF Finals - All team.
All league - Tiffany Goedhart
Tira Johnson Michelle Howerda
and Karen Scholte. - .
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np: Jana Tanis, Karen Scholte, Tira Johnson, Melanie Van Woudenberg, and Coach
add De Jong. Bottom: Michelle Howerda, Elaine Ghost, Kellie Jones, and Tiffany Goed-
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Through exhausting heat, wind that was
against them, smog, dirt, and dust, the girls
cross country team trained to reach a first in
Valley's history-being undefeated in league!
Even though all these thing were against them,
they stuck together through ' the season.
Through hard practices they learned endur-
ance, how to work as a team, and how to
overcome the pain of shin splints and side
Jana Tanis was voted most spirited, Karen
Scholte - most improved, and Elaine Ghost
most helpful. The MVP went to senior, Tira
Johnson, and the coache's award to Tiffany
Goedhart. This team really worked together to
pull off a great season.
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L To R: Mike Blacksiad, John Daniuma, Dave Howard, Brad Schmidi, Sieve Roodzani, Mike Mandeville, Sammy Sybesma, Sieve VanDiesT, Craig
Bourna, Ryan VanDuyn, Breni VanKampen, and Harold DeBie- Coach.
Winning Vdlley's J.V. bdskeTboll TournomenT
Took o IoT of sweoT from This Teom. l'm noT jusT
Tolking obouT The woTery sTuff ThoT olwoys
seems To "flow" from ci body when iT geTs hoT,
buT, S.W.E.A.T. os in SignificonT Work Everddy
As o Teom. WiTh This kind of sweoT our J.V.
Teom mighT jusT Turn ouT To be The besT vorsiTy
Teom Vdlley hos ever hod.
J.V. lVl.V.P.: Chris McGahey
Frosh lVl.V.P.: Micky Buehler
'This wos one of my fovoriTe Teoms, be-
couse They were so hord working," Cooch
Krommendyk commenTed. Hdrd work olwoys
poys off. They hod some exciTing gomes in-
cluding o double-overTime win QT OnTorio
ChrisTlon when They come from 45 down in The
4Th quorTer. WiTh This kind of Teom work They
will go for in fuTure yeors.
58 WhiTney A7
62 Lo Serno 66
65 Sunny Hills 58
AA Lo Hobro 50
45 Oronge LuTheron L13
63 ArTesio 66
63 Mdyfoir 62
54 lVloronoTho 22
65 Copo. Volley Chr. AA
59 So. Col. Chr. A7
A2 Oronge LuTherdn 36
69 OnTorio Chr. 64
54 WhiTTier Chr. 62
35 BreThren 38
57 Mory STor 541
54 Copo. Volley Chr. A7
54 So. Col. Chr. 43
Top Row: CurT Boumo, Don Leffler, Rob Verhoef, Cooch Jim Berkompds, Todd Medinc
Royol Lord, John Sloger, Jimmy Boumo. BoTTom Row: Dovid Hoekmon, Rick DyksTrc
Jomes Hoferer, Comeron MiTchelI, Chris lvlcGohey, Jeff Kroeze, Ron HiemsTro.
Top Row: Dorin VondenBerg, Doe Kuen Joo. GilberT Lee, Cooch Krommendyk. Mick
Buehler, Bloke l-Iiemsird, Michael Hdringo, BoTTom Row: Jeff Porker, John STulT, Mlchci
Schmidt Neil lVlcNoughT.
50 WesTern 09
A17 Villa Park 'I7
A8 Rio Hondo 25
112 LA BapTisT 24
A2 Mayfair 25 l
34 Schurr 55 f
A8 Capo. Valley Chr.
341 OnTario Chr. 28
A6 Orange LuTheran 23
T M WhiTTier Chr. 35
A5 BreThren 'IQ
33 Capo. Valley Chr. 40
38 OnTario Chr. 25
A5 Orange LuTheran O6
113 WhiTTier Chr. 36
52 BreThren 44
op Row: Tina Vander Ploeg, Elaina Henderson, Amy Warners, Coach Cal Feddes, Jan
aas, Cari De Bie. BoTTom Row: MarThenia Carier, Tisha De Jong, Amy Pollema, Jennifer
ylsfra, Chrissy Norlund.
op Row: Michelle Holwerda, Dawn WhlTeman, KrisTen Lee, Coach Kim Lodewyk, Kim
Drnee, Julie Boersma, Theary Seng. BoTTom Row: Leesa Scheuhl, Lisa l-leuseveldT. Amy
len Ouden, Raneen l-lammonds, Kim De Ridder.
The girls J V Team had very liTTle com
peTlTlon This year PracTlce made perfecT
They were undefeaTed in league and
had a Team record of 47 'l This awe
some record came from The facT ThaT
They were able To work as a Team work
ing ouT problems and differences. Coach
Feddes sTaTed The girls had a loT of char-
acTer and played wiTh a loT of enThusi-
asm. MosT inspiraTional wenT To Chrissy
Norlund. MosT improved To Elaina Hen-
derson and MVP was handed To Carie
The freshman Team had a Tough sea-
son wiTh a record of 8-6. They played a
loT of pig, compeTiTive schools, buf
Through iT all The Team improved over The
season and had a fun year. MosT SpiriTed
wenT To Michelle Howerda, MosT lm-
proved - Amy Den Ouden, and MosT
Helpful - Leesa Scheuchl. The MVP was
given To The hard working Theory Seng.
The Team capTains were Theory Seng
and Michelle Holwerda.
58 Regina Caeli 51
56 EI Rancho 39
58 Keppel 38
A7 Pioneer 36
39 Schurr 63
58 Soufh Torrance 33
64 Santa Ana Valley
M La QuinTa
Capo. Valley Chr.
Capo. Valley Chr.
55 Wniffier Chr. 35
W 75 23
The girls goal for Thls year was To win Olym
plc League championships buT as we all know
They we-nT far beyond ThaT Some of The Teams
more memorable momenTs along Thelr winning
Trall were beaTlng ST Josephs in The finals of
The Valley TournamenT defeaTing Schurr High
School by 18 poinTs afTer loosing To Them by 211
poinTs being undefeaTed ID league and of
course winning CIF
Lucinda Brewer was voTed mosT spirlTed Ro
lynn RlensTra improved The mosT and This
year s M V P was Tonya Zwagerman Every
one on The Team played Their besT all of Them
should have been menTloned as M V P s
. , . .
Jennifer Piersma, Sharla Wybenga, COACH: Liz MeTcalfe, Lori Klein, Lucinda
Monique Jackson, Maribefh Voss, Rolynn Rlensfra, Tonya Zwagerman, KrlsTi Van
This year's Olympic League Champi-
ons faced many challenges. FirsT and
mosT dlfflculT To overcome was lnex
perience WiTh only Two sTarTers reTurn
ing from lasT year s Team plus sTarTlng
four sophomores many players had To
maTure very quickly To have The suc
cess They had AnoTher challenge was
The facT ThaT none of The boys varsiTy
Teams had won a varsiTy championship
This year Finally Two plTchers who did
noT plTch much aT all lasT year had To
do The majoriTy of The piTching namely
Lance Havel and Mike Gilman They
boTh did a greaT job MosT lnspirahonal
was given To Bryan Templeman mosT
improved Brad Van Meeferen and
MVP was awarded To Lance Havel
This Team overcame much and
worked hard TogeTher To accomplish
Their goal of Olympic League Cham
O4 Capo Valley Chr. O'l
ll Orange LuTheran O9
06 WhiTTier Chr. O4
40 So. Cal. Chr. Ol
O6 BreThren Ol
O7 Capo. Valley Chr. Ol
O6 OnTario Chr. O2
O6 Orange LuTheran O8
O5 WhiTTier Chr. O3
'l3 So. Cal. Chr. OO
O7 BreThren O0
Top Row Coach ScoTT Sandie Randy Gay Mike Anderson Brad Van MeeTeren, Chris
Miller Royal Lord Jeff Tolen Mike Gilman BoTTom Row Darren Wybenga David Ra,Jon
Nagel Chris McGahey BrenT Van Kampen James Hoferer David Hoekman. Bryan
. A , A B S N
Overall Record 44-A
Olympic League Record 40 2
Back row Blake Hremstra Brent Huesevelt Joel Petteys, Sam Sybesrna, Kyle Dykstra Front Roy
Rob Verhoef Steve Kok Muck Buehler John Slager, and John Rickleff.
47 Capo. Valley 3
4 49 Breihren 5
L 47 Whittier O
9 Capo. Valley 3
45 Whiiiier 40
League Record: 6-O
Season Record 7 A
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Season Record: 5-5
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Steve Van Diest
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Ass't Coach, Kim Lodewyk-Ass't Coach, Craig Bouma, Jett Kroeze, Ken Stice, Dave Howard, Brian
Kornoelje, A.J. Smith, Ray Lange, Mark Kortenhoeven, Mike Oldenkamp, Chris Vanden Berg, David
Mayer, Mark Oldenkamp.
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Season Record: 10-0
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Joy Baas-stars, Karen Scholfe, Merldeih Robblns, Suzanne Vanden Berg, Melanie Van Woudenberg,
Jana Tanls, Florence De Vrles, Robln Borger, Leslle Ver Huel, Amy Wesira, Mlchelle I-lolwerda, Tlllany
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The girls Track Team meT The goals They had seT
for This year Cmainly To be undefeaTed, win Olympic
League, and To place in ClF.j Besides meeTing
goals, The Girls VarsiTy Track Team worked hard in
pracTice To disprove The Theory ThaT girls "glow"
and don'T sweaT: These girls did sweaTl Some of The
Team's more memorable experiences included
Jennifer Plersma jumping 36'6" in finals afTer jump-
ing 33' during The season, and Tira Johnson coming
wiThin one jump of The school record in high jump.
Coach VanDenBerg commenTed ThaT This Team is
an "awesome bunch of girls." He gave lVl.V.P. To
Tira Johnson and Wendy Nance, and The Coaches
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Developing The freshmen and sophomores as a
sTrohg base for The VarsiTy Team proved To be a full
Time job for 5 coaches To handle. These coaches
described Their job of coaching a Team as ihTeresT-
ing and challenging. They said, "Our Team is very
versaTiie and hard working." Mah Thomas was voT-
ed mosT improved and Benji Chrisioffels was The
mosT valuable player.
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David Mayer 44.94
Jeff Kroeze 42.06
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Benji ChrisToffels, Rick Hemphill, David Mackey
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The J.V. Tennis players hove o Ionguoge of Their own on
The courT wlTh words like "love, seTs, ond moTches." They
use These words during The long hours They devoTe To
improving Themselves for The mony gomes They go To
ploy. They procTiced ond plcyed ogdinsT numerous
schools ond were dole To ploce second in The league wiTh
o record of 2-2 ond on overdll record of 6-3. Among The
members of The Teom, Brian Wink wds recognized os The
mosT improved ond Todd Medlna wos The mosT helpful.
Cooch PosTmus sold, "I felT The Teom did well overdll: There
is room for improvemenT ond success in The fuTure."
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46 Orange Lutheran 2
5 Campbell Hall 43
Lots of balls were smacked around
during the long hard practices of the
Varsity Tennis Team It paid off when
they placed 2nd in league Their goal
to reach C l F was met Some memo
Roodzant came from behind to win
over Brethren s 4164 player after some
bad calls and when the team won first
match against Whittier Oommen
George got Most Spirited Wayne
Chen got Most Improved and Most
Helpful was declared Lundl Seng
rable experiences were, when Steve
L. to R.: Coach Gregg Sjoerdsma, David Laster, Oomen George, John Kim, Rob Van
Eck, Steve Roodzant, Jeff De Young, Sina Seng, Lundl Seng, Rick Westra.
This is The firsT year ThaT Valley has
had a girls Tennis Team. lT was a rough
year of hard pracfices and no wins.
The goals of The Team were To learn
The basic skills of Tennis and make The
season posiTive and producTive. The
goals were achieved and all The girls
improved Their games a greaT deal.
Collie Hagan was voTed The mosT
improved, Cari DeBie The mosT spiriT-
ed, and Tisha DeYoung The mosT help-
ful. This years lVl.V.P. was Christine
CongraTuIaTions To This years Team
for a sTrong sTarTing season!
Top row: Christie Norlund, Stacy Sandberg, Rhonda Gauck, Miss. Bruinsma, Jennifer Jones, Amy VanWyk, Tisha DeYoung, and Lani
Zuidervaart. Bottom row: Angie Fernandez, Coilie Hagan, Karee Johnson, Eliza Oh, Julie Davenport, Stacey Ollman, Christine Ring, and
BOy'S AThleTiC Director, Mr. DeBie
Clympio League Honors
Girl's Afhlefic Direcfor, Mr, VanDenBerg
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"Behind The Scenes" - So far
in This book you have read
abouT The spiriT and pride in our
school, The excellence of ei-
Ther aThleTics or academics, or
maybe jusT how ouTsTanding
The Senior class is. By now
you're probably wondering
whaT makes our school Tick. lf iT
wasn'T for our adminisTraTion,
office sTaff, and a varieTy of
supporl groups iT probably
wouldn'T. Running all Three
schools boTh educaTionally
and financially is a Tough job,
buT Mr. Keuning would be The
firsT To admlT ThaT They have
Their share of fun. Ask one of
The board members abouT
some of The pracTical jokes en-
counTered during The year.
This is The 42OTh one Today.
Mrs. Le Febre hard aT work!
Here in These offices is where much of The hard
work is done ThaT is so necessary for srnooTh
funcTioning of our school. IT is The diligence and
perseverance of The office workers ThaT shines
Through The work They do. These people have
Taken on greaT responsibiliTies and we Thank
Them for doing such a greaT job.
The Teachers view of Mrs. Lemmen
All work and no play.
Mrs. Jane Lemmen
Sharla Wybenga, 0 fuiure office clerk?
Hello, moy I help brighien your day?
Mrs. Le Febre ond Flipper enter The computer zone.
Mrs. Sondra Lougee
Mrs. Janice Aumon
Mrs. Marion Le Febre
Mr. DenOuden, a man and his "mouse,"
Larry Saarloos, Marv STruiksma, Arnie WesTra, Harm Wind, Fran
GorT, Ron Verhoeven, Ed Keller, Rich Hoeksema, Bill PosTma,
Karl Kalma, Ken Vos, and Bob Dyksfra.
The school board, consisTinQ of Twelve men, meT
once a monTh To discuss The fuTure of The BCS sysTem.
They dealT vvlTh disciplinary problems, finance prob-
lems and various proposals from The Teachers, parenTs,
and sTudenTs. All of These men have eiTher QraduaTed
from Valley or have children in The sysTem. Each mem-
ber has helped make 4987-T988 a very successful
Mr. Keunlng flashes a happy smile.
Fran Gorl and Ed Keller always add a Touch of fun To The meeTlngs
fads. f ,
Going home was always The besT parT of The day.
IT was a daily habiT To have a liTTle chaT,
Remember how our parenTs walked five miles
jusT To QeT To school? ForTunaTely we do noT,
Thanks To our loyal bus drivers. Our drivers are up
early in The morning and work mdny lale hours
jusT To Take us To school, games and field Trips.
Their puncTualiTy was apprecialed by all The bus
H. Herndon, S. Miller, J. Grow, S, Shipley, C. STaranowicz, P. Hogan, J
HiemsTra. M. Vande VegTe. C. Tanis, ond D. Block
Many friendships are developed on The bus rides.
Mothers, Boosters 8: Business
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Help, help, oncl more help is one woy To sum up
whoT The lVloThers Club, BoosTers Club ond Business-
men AssooioTion does for our school in one yeor. If iT
wosn'T one Thing iT wos onoTher. From The onnuol
HorvesT FesTivol oncl ChrisTmos BouTique To roising
money for our oThleTio cleporTmenT, oll of These sup-
porT groups devoTed numerous hours of Time oncl
efforT. A lorge omounT of grooliTude goes ouT To
These people, noT only for Their finonciol old buT olso
for The morol supporT ThoT They hove given eoch
Teocher ond sTuclenT.
Beoch lnTrocluces sTudenT orT oT The NloThers Club lun-
Cl-rj Top Jim ZoeTewey, Dole Bush, Cliff Boumo, Ron RiensTro, Col VonderArk
boTTom Tony Templemen, Ron Anemo, Amos DeGrooT, Jim Zoelewey
Judy Wink, Joan Quosf, PoT Verhoeven, JoAnn Fellows Qofficersj
MoThers Club enjoys one of Their luncheons which includes eiTher a QuesT
speaker, sTudying sTudenT arT or jusT each oThers company.
"Do I hear TwenTy'?" yells Darrell Bourna aT The annual Businessmens auc-
Randy VanEssen and Ron Verhoeven waiT anxiously for The highesT
Phil TerhorsT hurriedly looks for The aucTion receipTs.
Mrs. Mulder always flashes a precious smile.
Did you ever noTice a piece of Trash on
The lawn, a broken laTch on a door or a dirTy
desk? Chances are The mainTenance crew
caughT iT before you. By six A.lvl., They are
hard aT work making Valley's campus im-
maculaTe. Mr. and Mrs. Mulder play a key
role in keeping The campus squeaky clean.
From dawn To dusk They sweep, mop, han-
dle Trash and make VCHS shine. Elmer Eg-
gink is our IiTTle Fix-iT man. A loose hinge, a
dripping fauceT or a nail ouT of place will
soon be correcTed. He is a pro. John Halma
runs our busy bus garage. He spends his
spare Time washing down The buses and
making sure everyThing is "ship-shape." Val-
ley's mainTenance crew is made up of These
four dedicaTed individuals who pride Them-
selves in keeping ValIey's campus above
Elmer Egglnk and John Halma on Their "puTT mobile
'SomeTlmes This job Takes a IoT of deTerminaTion," sTaTed Mr Mulder
One Of The Family
The Mulders started working at Valley
twelve years ago come Thanksgivingg ln this
time they have been cleaning, tixlng and tak-
ing care ot Valley. Wlth as awesome a record
tor keeplng this school clean as they have,
they deserve to be thanked, honored and put
down in hlstory as the best janitorial crew our
school has ever had.
Have you ever wondered how Mr. Mulder
learned to ride a skateboard? Since this ls
such a major way for hlm to get around, he was
asked. Mr. and Mrs. Mulder have a lot of chll-
dren who help them with their work, so when
their chlldren started riding around Valley's
campus on skateboards after school Mr.
Mulder decided he would too. It took him a
while to learn how, but atter a lot ot falls he
finally got it right and now he rarely goes any-
where without one.
Both ot the Mulders love our school, its teach-
ers and its students. They enjoy Valley's loving,
caring atmosphere and they take pride ln
keeping our school "splck and span." Mulders-
we're really going to miss your happy taces
and warm conversationg we'll miss your skate-
boards and putt-putt carts, but most ot all we'll
miss the joy of our Savior shining through what-
ever you do.
Good-Bye and God Bless
'llVleeT The people" - The fol-
lowing individuols, who disTincT-
ly moke The school, porTrdy The
exciTemenT of eoch ddy oT
Volley. lmogine The freshmen,
innocenT ond sweeT, while The
sophomores groduolly show
Their True personoliTies. Imogine
The Juniors, moking every mo-
menT beTTer Thdn The ldsT ond,
mosT imporTonT, The Seniors
sTriving To ossure ThoT Their losT
yedr of high school is The mosT
rewording. These ore The sTu-
denTs ThdT uphold VdIley's
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LISA ANDERSON "Anason, Seal" - 77
24774, Pre-College - A years: Small
Group Leader 42: Varsity Softball 40, 42:
Varsity Soccer 42: JV Softball 9: Varsity
Cheer 44: Ski Club 44, 42: Science Club
44: Interact 40, 44, 42: Biggest Flirt 42:
Honor Roll 9: National Honor Society 40,
44, 42: Yearbook 44, 42. I plan to "get
rich quick" and go to CSULB with Kimmie
after having a rad summer. Then get
married and live happily ever after.
MICHAEL L. ANDERSON - 272770, Pre-
College - 7 years: Varsity Football 44,
42: J V Football 40: Varsity Soccer 40,
44, 42: J V Soccer 9: Varsity Baseball 44,
42: J V Baseball 40: Varsity Cross Coun-
try 9: J V Track 9: Voted Most-Athletic:
Student Council ASB secretary 42: Stu-
dent Council ASB Vice-President 44: Stu-
dent Council Class Rep. 9, 40: Crusader
Band 9, 40, 44, 42: Jazz Band 9, 40, 44,
42: Spanish Club 44: Science Club 44:
Honor Roll 9: National Honor Society 40,
44, 42: Homecoming Escort 9: Gradu-
ation Usher 44: WASC Committee 9:
Cerritos Optimist Club Outstanding Sen-
ior Award 42: Interact 40, 44: Ski Club 44,
42. I plan to attend Pepperdine Universi-
ty and become the first dreadlocked
Physical Therapist or MD and when
Keuning and I feel like it, we'll open
"Mike 84 Dan's Thrift Shop' and make
some real money.
EDWARD N. BAAS 'tMr. Ed" 774769, Gen-
eral - 2 years: Acappella 44, 42: Madri-
gals 44, 42: Cross Country 44, 42: Track
44: Basketball 44: Senior Play Stage
Crew and Lights 42. Prov. 49:24. I plan to
go to Calvin and try to figure out what I
am going to do. Have fun and lighten up
but know when you have gone far
BARBARA S. BALLARD "BarbarelIa, Bar-
bie, B-Queen" - 7729770, General - A
years: J V Girls Basketball: Gazette 42:
Yearbook 40. Thank you to all my friends
for putting up with my loudness and to
my teachers for putting up with my
loudness in the hallways. Thanks to Betty
Brouwer for making me laugh and not
really minding my wildness and to
t'Mommy dearest" for putting up with
PATRICK W. BARNES "Fatty" - Pre-Col-
lege - 2 years: J V Soccer 40: J V Base-
ball 40. Psalm 55:22. Attend Multnomah
School of the Bible and serve God. They
key to an abundant life is simple . . . just
believe in Jesus. If it costs me every-
thing, l'lI obey.
STEPHEN THOMAS BERRY 'tRocket" -
42742769, General - 3 years: Cross
Country 40: Soccer 44: Ski Club 42. I
Kings 3:9. l'm going to Oahu and surf.
Maybe go to college. Start my model-
ing career. Make money with my graph-
ic screen designs. I want to thank my
special friends for being there when I
needed them. Do good in all that you
do and put God first. If you do He will
HEATHER A. BLANKERS 9723770, Business
- 6 years: Pep Club 9, 40, 44: Tall Flags
9, 40: Interact Club 44, 42: Science Club
44: Track 40: Track Stats 44, 42: Wom-
en's Ensemble 40, 44: Acapella 42.
Psalm 443. I plan to go to Northwestern
and major in restaurant and hotel man-
agement. I would like to someday own
my own restaurant. Make your years
here the best you can because they go
by fast. Put God first in all you do and
you will succeed. Thanks to all my friends
- I'lI miss you when we're gone.
KIMBERLY K. BRADFORD "Kimmie, Kimby"
- A years: Yearbook 44 : Science Club
44: Ski Club 44, 42 CSec.j: Small group
leader 42. Eccl. 3:4 84 A. I plan to get a
good tan this summer. Go to CSULB and
major in marketing. Hopefully marry
Scott my senior year and eventually get
into advertising. Lunch guys - I love you
all! Thanks to my Be-fri's for such a fun
LUCINDA BREWER 'tLu the Brew" 27487
70, Business - 6 years: Varsity Softball 9,
40, 44, 42: Varsity Basketball 40, 44, 42.
Prov. 3: 5, 6. I plan to go to college and
see what the Lord has in store for me.
Thanks to all my friends for all the special
HEIDI L. BRUINSMA 6728770, Pre-College:
Basketball 9, 40: Softball 9: Acappella
44: Cheerleading 44: Varsity Track 44.
Prov. 2419i plan to go to LBCC and take
classes in word processing. Seniors 4 be
good now that you're out and keep in
touch withall your good friends. Have a
safe and happy life.
TAMARA L. BUDDLE t'Tam" 376770, Gen-
eral - 6 years: J V Cheer 40: Interact
40: J.S.B. Greeter 40: Powder Puff 40:
Varsity Cheer 44: Student Council Rep.
44: Small Group Leader 44: J.S.B. Com-
mittee 44: Varsity Soccer Stats 44, 42:
Chapel Committee 42: Homecoming
Mistress of Ceremonies 42. Proverbs
3:5,6. I plan to go to college and get
married to the best guy in the world and
live by the beach. l'll always remember
"life at ValIey." Thanks to all who made
my junior and senior year so rad!
GARRETT J. BURROW "G J, Gilligan, Go-
pher" 6725770, General - A years: Ski
Club 42: Track 9, 40, 44: Cross Country
40, 44, Prob. 4623. I plan to attend a
university and get a MFA in drawing7
painting. Then pursue a career in teach-
ing Art at a high school level while I con-
tinue to search for new ways to convey
feelings on paper. Thanks so much to all
my friends and most definitely God!
They all made my senior year bearable.
Oh, and don't pick on Mr. Cole! He had
enough with me ancl Art!
WENDY L. CHRISTENSEN 4 7 46770, Pre-
College - A years: Freshman Basketball
9: J V Volleyball 40: J V Softball 40: Don-
key Basketball 40, 44, 42: National Honor
Society 40, 44, 42: Chapel Committee
44: Small Group Leader 44: Acappella
44, 42: Madrigals 42. Rom. 8:38, 39. I
have no idea what my plans for the fu-
ture are! But in the meantime l'II work at
Disneyland and go to Colorado College
in the spring. These years have been
great! Through both hard times and
good times I've learned so much about
myself, other people and the Lord.
Thanks to everyone who made my sen-
ior year so much fun! You all mean very
much to me! Have a great life!
JANE CHUNG "Gumby" 40725770, Pre-
Collegez Acappella 42: Academic De-
cathlon Team 42: Press Telegram
Achievement Award 42. Psalm 74. I
want to be a missionary nurse. I am glad
I came to Valley and glad to go.
MELANIE E. COLE 673770, Pre-College -
43 years: Student Council 9: Volleyball 9:
Women's Ensemble 9, 40: Acappella 44:
Madrigals 42: National Honor Society 44,
42: Model U.N. 42. I Tim. 4:42. I plan to go
to Calvin College and get old.
JOHN C. DANTUMA 779770, General -
8 years: Freshman Basketball 9: J V Bas-
ketball 40, 44: Varsity Basketball 42:
Band 9, 40, 44, 42. John 3: 46. I plan to go
to college and get a degree in business.
TIMOTHY P. DEKOEKKOEK "Kook" 8777
69, Pre-College - 42 years: J V Football
9, 40: J V Track 9, 40: Varsity Football 4 4,
42: Band 9, 40, 44, 42. Lived through it
alll Rom 4: 49-25. I plan to go to college
and run track, get a job, get married
and have lots of kids. It's not over 'til It's
STACY M. DE LEEUW t'Harold" 4472770,
Business - 6 years: I D Squad 9: J V
Basketball 40: Hollywood Shorties 44:
Homecoming Queen 42. I plan to attend
LBCC and get General Ed out of the
way, then transfer to State and get in-
volved with the court system. I also plan
on getting married to my cute and
sweet sailor, Jay, in the future of course.
I fully want to thank all of my buds for
making this year the best! And to the
underclassment - enjoy your senior
year and make it the best.
STEVEN DE YAGER 4729770, General -
6 years: Track 9: J V Football 40: Year-
book Staff 44, 42: Senior Homecoming
Escort 42. James 4:2,3. I plan to go to
college, get a good job, work hard, and
marry Vel Gray. Thank you Mom and
Dad for making me graduate. Thanks to
my friends for a lot of good memories.
JEFFREY T. DE YOUNG "Superman" 37
42770, General - 6 M years: J V Foot-
ball 9, 40: Varsity Football 44, 42: J V
Baseball 9, 40: Varsity Baseball 44: Tennis
42: Acappella 44, 42: Mens Chorus 40:
Madrigals 42. Rom. 8:28. I plan to go to
Cerritos College for two years, then
transfer to Michigan State to get my
Masters in Physical Therapy. To all fresh-
men: Hit the books now, you'll know why
when you are a senior.
BRYAN D. DYKSTRA "Ziggy" 44 723769,
General - 43 years: J V Football 9, 40:
Honor Roll 9, 40, 44, 42. Psalm 29:4,2. I
plan to go to college, get a successful
job. Maybe later on in life I'II settle down
and raise a family. I just want to thank
my parents for always being there for
me and getting me through school.
MICHAEL D. FALCIONI 427 47769, Pre-CoI-
lege - 43 years: Tennis 40, 44: Band 9,
40, 44, 42: Pep Band 9, 40, 44, 42: Third
Trumpet section leader: Honor Roll 9, 40,
44, 42: Honor Society 40, 44, 42: Bank of
American Certificate Award for Lab Sci-
ence. Matt. 24:24,22. I plan to become
an electrical engineer and buy a house
in Buena Park with a pool, basketball
court and a crushed ice machine. Put
God first in your life and always reserve
room for prayer. Say 'iNo thank you" to
drugs and per pressure. Listen to your
parents - they're wiser than you think.
LISA M. FIEN 44740770, Business - 5
years: Drill Team 44, 42: Soccer Stats 44:
Student Director of Senior Play 42: Honor
Society 42. Psalm 9:40. I plan to attend
college. To my friends - thanks for the
high school memories. Have a great
time in college. I will never forget all the
fun places we went and especially that
certain guy at our favorite restaurant!
KEITH D. FIKE 974577O, General - 6
years: Gazette 40, 44: Science Club 44:
Interact 42: Ski Club 44, 42 qPres.Q: Year-
book Photographer 42: Senior Play
Stage Manager 42. Eph. 2:8-40. I plan to
earn a degree in photography, start my
own business and live not for me, but for
Him. "Hey, no problem! I'm fIexibIe."
SHAWNA FOX "Changa" 5743770, 7
years: Honor Roll 40, 44, 42: Honor Soci-
ety 40, 44, 42: Interact 42. Matt. 724. I
plan to go to UCSB and be either an
obstetrician or a marine biologist. Then,
of course, marriage and baby! Hey I did
it. I'm graduating with honors! I don't be-
lieve it's finally here!
CHRISTOPHER L. FRANZ t'BelI" 4474770.
Pre-College - A years: Honor Society
40, 44, 42: Varsity Baseball 44: Honor Roll
9, 40, 44, 42. I plan to go to University of
San Diego and study finance and work
on Wall Street.
JOHN W. FUNK III 874A770, General - 6
years: John 3:46. I plan to go into Fire
Academy and then on to a L.A. County
station. Thanks to all my friends for veing
there when you were needed!
GEORGE K. OOMMEN 44 73769, Pre-Col-
lege - A years: Men's Chorus 9, 40:
Acappella 44, 42 QTreas.j: Tennis 44, 42:
Academic Decathalon 42. Isaiah A0:34. I
plan to go to college and, with the
grace of God, most probably go into
the field of medicine. I just would like to
advise the seniors just as God told Josh-
ua he was leading the people into the
promised land, "Be strong and coura-
geous. Be careful to obey all the law: do
not turn from it to the right or to the left,
that you may be successful in whatever
you do." If you do that, my friends, God
can do mighty works in your life.
CHRISTOPHER A. GOODSON "Scooter"
673770: Track 9, 40: Varsity Track 44:
Varsity Cross Country 44: Model U.N. 42.
John 3:46. I plan to go to college and
major in Psychology, Then eventually
open up my own business and become
very rich. To my friends: Have a good
life, keep cool, don't sell drugs, watch
yourself and I'm outa here!
MONICA L. GREEN "Mani, Hype" A7267
74, Pre-College - A years: J V Softball
Stats 9, 40: Varsity Flag 44, 42: Pep Club
9, 40, 44, 42. Phil. A:8. I plan to go to
college and either work on television or
DONOVAN D. GROEN 57237 70, General:
J V Tennis 9, 40: Varsity Tennis 44: J V
Football 9: Men's Chorus 9: Acappella
44:ModeIU.N. 44, 42. Matt. 47:20.lpIan
to go on to college, get a great job and
be happy. It's been great knowing ev-
eryone. Enjoy high school. Enjoy life.
ARTHUR W. GROENEVELD 576770, Pre-
College - 6 years: Basketball 9: Track
9. Prov. 43:A. I plan to work, get married
and get a "Woody"!
GINA M. GUERRA 40742770, 3 years:
Varsity Cross Country 40, 44: Varsity
Track 40: Drill Team 44, 42: Pep Club 40:
Varsity Soccer Stats 44, 42: Track STats
44: Interact 44: Student Council 42: Sen-
ior Play Crew 42: Small Group Leader 44.
Heb. 44:4. I plan to go to college to
study biology and become a physical
therapist, get married and someday
have kids. Thanks alot to all my friends
who made these last few years the
LANCE HAVEL "Have, Stud, Goose" 97
25770, General - A years: J V Football
9, 40: Varsity Football 44, 42: J V Base-
ball 9, 40: Varsity Baseball 44, 42. Phil A:8.
My plans for the future are to keep on
AMANDA C. HOEKSTRA "Mandy" 67437
70, General - 44 years: Matt. 5:3-42. I
plan to marry Ulysses, have a small fam-
ily, and then get into a career dealing
with animals. It's been funk, but thank
goodness I'm outa here. Thanks to my
buds, I survived Valley.
ANDY L. HOEKSTRA "Hook, Chicken, Ho-
meboy" 6743770, General - 42 years:
J V Soccer 9: Varsity Soccer 40, 44, 42.
Zech 2:4. Play soccer in Argentina,
Move to Washington and be a farmer.
MARK A. HUGHES "Chief Rocker" 407297
70, General - A years: Psalm 23. I plan
to attend El Camino for two years and
then go to USC with a business major.
JOHN J. HULST 'tPope" 40729770, Pre-
College - A years: J V Football 9, 40:
Varsity Football 44, 42. John 4:4. I plan to
attend Long Beach State and work in
Dan Keuning's CHOCH store.
MONIOUE JACKSON "Mojack" 447467
70, Pre-College - 6 years: Frosh Basket-
ball 9: J V Basketball 40: Varsity Basket-
ball 44, 42: Frosh Volleyball 9: J V Volley-
ball 40: Track 9, 40, 44, 42: Band 9, 40,
44, 42: HandbelIs42: Jazz Band 42: Honor
Society 40, 44, 42: Honor Roll 40, 44, 42:
Chess Club 42: Small Group Leader 42:
Westmont Honors Band 42: Interact 42.
Prov. 45:9. I plan to go to Syracuse and
get my Masters in Business Administra-
tion and become an entrepreneur. It's
been fun, but gotta go.
JEssicA JAMES ness. Jessie" 4273769,
General - 4 year: Gazette Staff 42. II
Tim. 3: 45. I plan to go to Point Loma and
major in accounting with a minor in ele-
mentary education. Mom and Dad,
Sarah and Miranda, thanks for all your
support. I love you!
LARS B. JOHNSON "Thrasher" 3144170,
Pre-College - 43 years: J V Soccer 9,
40: Varsity Soccer 42. Gal. 2:20. I plan to
go to college and major in architecture,
then get married. lt's been fun but now
I'm out of here. Later. -
TIRA JOHNSON 'XT-Rah" 4214-4170, Pre-
College - 6 years: Band 9: Women's
Ensemble 40: Acappella 44,- 42: Varsity
Cross Country 40, 44, 42: Varsity Track 9,
40, 44, 42: Small Group Leader 42: Pep
Club 9: Spanish Club 44: Annual Staff 44.
I Cor. 91211. I plan to major in music, cho-
ral and vocal. Also, l'm going to the
Olympics in 4992 qTrack and Fieldj. Keep
working hard, payday will come! Thanks
Mr. Cole for being my friend and thanks
to Mr. Goedhart for teaching me to love
music! Keep laughing and remember "a
merry heart doeth good like a medi-
cine." CProv. 47:22j
ROBERT D. KAMSTRA A1144170, Business
- 6 years: Acappella 44, 42: Track 40:
Senior Play Stage Crew 42. Prov. 3:5,6. I
plan to go to college, major in business
administration, get a job, and make
some major cash flow. Trust in God!
Everynthing may not work out the way
you planned, but hey, keep at it.
DANIEL B. KEUNING "Fanny Farmer" 9181
70, Pre-College - 43 years: J V Football
9, 40: Varsity Football 44, 42: Class Presi-
dent 9, 40: Class Vice-Pres. 44 5 ASB Presi-
dent 42: Homecoming Committee
Chairman 44, 42: JSB Chairman 44: Don-
key Basketball Chairman 42: Science
Club 40, 44, 42: Ski Club 44, 42: Jazz
Band 9, 40, 44, 42: Band 9, 40, 44 QPres.j,
42: M C of Sweetheart's Banquet 40:
Official Line Painter of Dumont St. I Cor.
43:4. I plan to go to the "one and onIy"
Calvin College, get married to a farm
girl from Iowa, have 5 kids and become
a pediatrician. When I make my fortune,
I'Il buy out the CHOC store chain in LA
with Mike Anderson. In my spare time, l'lI
be superintendent of Bellflower Christian
JOHN J. KIM "Kimmer" 44140170, Pre-
College - 40 years: Frosh Basketball 9: J
V Basketball 40, 44: Varsity Tennis 44, 42:
Varsity Cross Country 42: Band 9, 40, 44,
42: Honor society 40, 44, 42: Jazz Band 9,
40, 44, 42. Isaiah 410134. I am going to
Biola and will major in Christian Educa-
tion. I plan to go on into the ministry. I'II
go wherever God leads me. Life is bor-
ing only if you make it that way. Chal-
lenge yourself and have fun in life.
LISA J. KLEIN "Rose, Lees, K-42" 7128170,
Pre-College - 43 years: Frosh Volleyball
9: J V Volleyball 40: Varsity Volleyball 44,
42: Frosh Basketball 9: J V Softball 40:
Varsity Softball 44: Soccer 42: Women's
Ensemble 9, 40: Band 9, 40, 44: Handbells
40, 44: Acappella 44, 42: Madrigals 42:
Class Secretary 9, 40: Donkey Basketball
40: Honor Society 44, 42: Small Group
Leader 44 : Senior Play - Vera: Chapel
Accompianist 42. Rom. 8:28, 29. I plan to
go to college and become a choir di-
rector and a volleyball coach, marry a
blond, blue-eyed Dutchman and have 5
dkids. To my sister - keep the tradition
of telling great family stories. Thanks to
all the underclassmen for being great
friends and making my day!
KAYLA A. KOOPMAN "Kay" 6143170,
Pre-College - 43 years: Powder Puff 40:
J V Cheer 40: Princess 40: Varsity Drill 44:
Graduation Honor Guard 4 4: Honor Soci-
ety 44, 42: Small Group Leader 44: Sen-
ior Play Background and Advertisement
Committees. Matt. 5:23, 24. I plan to
attend college for A years, marry some-
day and live by the beach. Thank you to
all my friends for always being there.
Undercalssmen - cherish high school. It
goes by fast. Thanks Mom and Dad.
BETH R. KREDIT "Bethel, Maxi" 6126170,
Pre-College - 43 years: Frosh Volleyball
9: J V Volleyball 40: Frosh Girls Basketball
Stats 9: Varsity Girls Basketball Stats 40,
44: Varsity Softball Stats 9, 40: Honor Roll
9, 40: Honor Society 44, 42: Senior Play
00 Max 42: Acappella 44, 42: Women's
Ensemble 9, 40: Small Group Leader 44,
42: Powder Puff 40: Graduation Usher 4 4:
J.S.B. Punchbowl 40. Phil 4:24. I plan to
attend Calvin College, get a job, get
married and raise a family. Thanks VC
for 43 years of Christian education. lt's
LISA D. KROEZE "Lis" 4417170, General
- 5 years: Band 9, 40: l.D. 40, 44: Varsity
Boys Basketball Stats 44, 42: Women's
Ensemble 44: Acappella 42. Rom. 8:28. I
plan to goto college and get a job, get
married and have a few kids. My years
at Valley were great!
TIMOTHY LACK "Fletch", Business - 7
years: J V Football 9, 40: Varsity Football
44, 42: Senior Play Crew 42: J V Baseball
40: Science Club 44, 42. Jude 6:34. I plan
to go to Hawaii with my friends, go to
college, marry Miss America, and get
my IROC-Z. Thanks to Mom, Dad and
DEBRA LAMAN 7124170, Pre-College -
44 years: J V Softball 9: Student Council
9: Freshman Boys Basketball Stats 44:
Varsity Softball 44: Varsity Boys Basket-
ball Stats 42: Gazette Staff 42: Honor
Society 40, 44, 42. I plan to go to col-
lege, law school, pass the bar, and be-
come a district attorney. My friends
have meant the most to me and I ap-
preciate all the times that they stood
KIM M. LARSEN 1f+2 "Char" 42130169,
Pre-College - 4 year: CSCCJ Varsity
Volleyball 9, 40, 44 qcaptj: Middle
School Coach 9: Varsity Softball 9, 40.
Concert Choir 44: ORU Nationals 44:
Yearbook 44: Honor Roll 9, 40, 44:
QVCHSQ Varsity Volleyball 42 Qcaptj:
Honor Society 42: Ski Club 42: Yearbook
42. ll Cor. 41:47. I plan to attend Azusa
Pacific University and play volleyball. I
will major in marketing. From there, who
knows? I can't believe lt's over. I miss all
my friends at SCC. VC - my new Alma
Mater, I luv it! Mom and Dad, you always
supported me. More thanks to Jesus. He
made it all happen!
MICHAEL J. LEGASPI "Slick" 7146170,
Pre-College - 6 years: Frosh Basketball
9: J V Basketball 40, 44: J V Baseball 9,
40: Varsity Baseball 44: Cross Country
44: Honor Roll 9, 40, 44, 42: Honor Society
40, 44, 42: Ski Club 42: Science Club 42.
Rom. 8: 38, 39. I plan to go to Cal Poly
Pomona and major in Electrical Engi-
neering, become financially sound and
buy a Ferrari 328 GTS, invest in real es-
tate, maybe start a business and enjoy
MICHAEL J. LESIVIES
KARI A. LOLKUS A149170, Pre-College -
6 years: Flag 9: Pep Club 44: Interact 44,
42: Freshman Volleyball 9: Freshman
Basketball 9: J V Basketball 40: Varsity
Girls Soccer 42: J V Softball 9, 40: Varsity
Softball 44: Small Group Leader 44, 42:
Honor Roll 40, 44, 42: Honor Society 44,
42: Senior Play Sound 42. Matt. 6:25-341.
My immediate plans include a trip to
Hawaii. I plan to go to SCC and major in
psychology, possible minor in drama. I
would like to get married after that and
have 2 kids. l'm going to miss everything
about Valley. Thanks Mr. Cole for being
such a rad person. To all my friends -
thanks for being there for me.
HANS E. LYRA
MICHAEL M. MANDEVILLE "Visor": 42191
70, Business - 6 years: Varsity Football
44, 42: Varsity Basketball 44, 42: Varsity
Track 42: Honor Society 40, 44, 42. John
3:46. I plan on attending SDSU, playing
football, inventing a new chemical to
gain weight, and getting a fresh
MARK MARIUS 874770, Pre-College - 2
years: Honor society 40, 44, 42: Science
Club 44: Interact 44: Acappella 42: Ski
Club 44, 42: Class Treasurer 42: Model U.
N. 42: Senior Play - Mr. Rogers. I plan to
go to college, become a yell leader,
major in communications, become a
broadcaster for the L.A. Dodgers. For
once in my life I would like to be serious.
Good-bye to all my friends I leave.
RICHELLE A. MAZURE l'Rikki" 974770,
General - A years: J V Cheer: Varsity
Cheer Co-Captain: Girls Varisty Soccer
42: Small Group Leader 44, 42: Powder
Puff: Honor Society 42. Psalm 439:23-241. I
plan to go to college, dance, maybe
teach Qhistory, who knows'?j, get mar-
ried, live in Hawaii, and raise little Barysh-
nikous. Thanks for all you've done for me
Valley! it's been fun! Look out world,
here comes '88!
MICKEY MC CORMACK "Barney" 67407
70, General - 3 years: Psalm 311. I plan
to go to Cypress College and graduate,
get married to my girl friend Cheryl. I just
want to thank my special friends for be-
ing there. You guys made Valley very
DONALD W. MULDER 'iChuck" 2749770,
Business - 8 years: Varsity Football 44,
42: Band Q, 40, 44: Honor Roll 40, 44, 42:
Honor Society 44, 42: Frosh Basketball 9:
J V Basketball 40, 44: J V Football 9, 40. I
Tim. A: 42. I plan to go to college and get
my Accounting degree.
CRYSTAL S. NEHER l'BeedeI" 778770,
General - 5 years: Women's ensemble
Q, 40: Acappella 44, 42: Science Club
44. Psalm 64. I plan to be involved in
missions and be a world traveler. If you
weren't here, you'd just be somewhere
VICTOR M. NOLASCO JR. "Dude, RIctor"
4073770, General - A years: I plan to
become a professional cyclist, travel to
Paris to learn to become a chef. Special
thanks to Mr. Wunderley and friends for
being supportive friends throughout my
years at Valley. Later Dudes.
STEVEN J. ORNEE 4743770, Pre-College
- A years: Interact 40, 44 : Honor Soci-
ety 44, 42: United States National Art
Award 40. Micah 618. I plan to go to
Calvin and major in accounting.
SHARON J. OVERDUIN Q7 467 70, Pre-Col-
lege - 42 years: Band 9: Frosh Volley-
ball Q: J V Volleyball 44: Varsity Volley-
ball 42: Frosh Basketball 9: J V Softball 9,
40: Varsity Softball 44, 42: Tall Flag Q, 40
44, 42 CCapt.j: Honor Society 40, 44, 42:
Bank of America Liberal Arts Award 42:
Model U.N. 42. James 4:4-3. I plan to
ANDREW S. PAIK "Andy, Ahnee S." 57
47774, Pre-College - A years: J V Foot-
ball 40: Varsity Football 44, 42: Frosh Bas-
ketball 9: Varsity Tennis 40, 44, 42: Honor
Roll 9, 40, 44, 42: Honor Society 40, 44,
42: Bank of America Certificate Award
in Mathematics 42: Science Club 44, 42:
Senior Play Prop Committee 42. I plan to
go to Pomona College in Claremont, go
to Oxford my junior year, get a degree
in economics or international finance,
work as little as possible for as much
money as possible, then retire to relative
obsurity and seclusion.
MICHELLE PAINE "Mich, Zuki" 42723770,
General - 3 years: Women's Ensemble
40: Pep Club 40, 44: Acappella 44: I.D.
42: Small Group Leader 44, 42: Interact
40, 44: Yearbook 42: Homecoming Deo-
crating Committee 44: Senior Poll,
i'CIassiest Car" 42: Senior Mother's Tea
Server 40. I plan to attend Cypress Col-
lege where I will train in court reporting.
Thanks to my friends and the big boys
for all my memories. Your are the best.
Special thanks to my parents! I love you
TIMOTHY PATTERSON "Iced 'T', Kook
Breez" 678770, Business - 6 years: Mo-
del U. N. !ColIege in Atlanta, Georgia,
major in accounting, minor in law, re-
ceive a Master's in accounting, get
married, have 2 kids, go to heaven. It
was fun, glad it's over. Make the best of
it 'cause time flies when you're having
fun. Remember Rushtown's Posse in Af-
fect. Outta here, Peace.
JENNIFER W. PIERSMA "JennyFur,
Piersma" 4727770, Pre-College - 43
years: Varsity Volleyball 44, 42: J V Vol-
leyball 40, Frosh Volleyball Q: Varsity Bas-
ketball 40, 44, 42 4st team All-League,
CIF Champs 40, 44. 42: J V Basketball Q:
Varsity Track Q, 40, 44, 42: Honor Roll Q,
40: Honor Society 44, 42. Prov. 3:5,6. I
plan to go off to college and study in
the field of sports medicine, have fun
and live my life! Special friends - I can
always count on having a good time
PAUL K. PITTMAN
STEPHANIE R. POSTMA "Suzy O, Liz" 77
49770, Pre-College - 6 years: Acap-
pella 44, 42: Madrigals 42: Women's En-
semble 9, 40: 'You're a Good Man Char-
lie Brown" 9: Senior Play - Emily Brent
42: Interact 40, 44: Class Secretary 44:
Class President 42: J V Girls Basketball
Stats Q: Varsity Volleyball Stats 4 4: Varsi-
ty Basketball Stats 40, 44: Varsity Soft-
ball Stats 9, 40, 44: Model U.N. 42, Drill
Team Q, 40, 44: Drill Team Lieutenent 40,
44: Honor Roll 9, 40, 44, 42: Honor Society
40, 44, 42: Small Group Leader 44: Pep
club 40, Powder Puff 40. I Tim. 4:42. I plan
to attend Calvin College, major in Psy-
chology with a minor in Journalism, get
married, have kids, and be a successful
mother and psychologist. "In the middle
of life, we are in death! Everything's all
right as long as it's a Liz!!" Take care, I
DAVID RA "Ra Da, Ra David" 476770,
Pre-College - A years: Chess Club 9,
40, 44, 42: Science Club 44: Small Group
Leader 42: Academic Decathalon 42:
Model U.N. 42. Matt. 6:33,3A. I plan to go
to Calvin, graduate, get married, get a
job in business or engineering. I came to
Valley when I was a freshman and dur-
ing these four years I had my ups and
downs, but I had friends to share my
downs. it's great to have lots of friends.
ARON D. REPPMAN "Rep, Ripper" 77
2470, Pre-College - 42 years: Band 9,
40, 44, 42: Brass Quintet Q, 40, 44: Pep
Band Q, 40, 44: Jazz Band 40, '1'12Acap-
pella 44, 42: Madrigals 42: "You're a
Good Man Charlie Brown" - Linus Q:
Senior Play - Gen. MacKenzie 42:
Stage Crew 42: Model U.N. 42: Honor
Society 40, 44, 42: Chapel Committee
40: Interact 44, 42 QPres.j, Psalm 73. I
plan to go to Trinity College. The King is
coming soon! Be ready!
CHRISTIE S. RIEMERSMA 37 49770, Business
- 43 years: Interact 44, 42: Pep club 40,
44: ID Q: Student Council Treasurer 44:
ASB Secretary 42: Senior Play Crew 42. I
plan to go to the beach, go to college
and study business and become an ac-
CHRISTINE D. RING i'Punkie" 4730770,
Business - A years: Boys JV Tennis Q, 40,
44: Grils Varsity Tennis 42: Honor Society
44, 42: Small Group Leader 44, 42: Senior
Play Props 42: Bank of America Business
Award 42. I plan to continue my educa-
tion at Azusa Pacific and graduate with
a major in business. Hopefully while in
college meet my future husband and
get married after I graduate. I have ma-
deIoTs ofgreaT friends Through The years
aT Valley and will neverforgef any of
Them. Underclassmen - I wanT To en-
courage you To TrusT in God To help you
Through The resT of your Time aT Valley
and cherish The Time because iT's full of
memories. buT shorT.
ERIC P. ROMEIS
LARS P. ROIVIEIS
ERIC G. SCHEENSTRA General - 43
years: Band 9, 40, 44, 42: Cross CounTry
40: Track 40. Isaiah 53:5. I plan To aTTend
The UniversiTy of Nevada, Reno. To The
gang aT Valley, "Keep rockin' wiTh
KELLY L. SCHOLTEN I'Kelly, Claud" 7734!
69, General - 43 years: Women's En-
semble 9, 40: Acappella 44, 42: InTeracT
40.44, 42: Honor Roll 9, 40, 44, 42: Honor
SocieTy 44, 42: GraduaTion Usher 44.
Rom. 8:28. I plan To become a social
worker working wiTh abused kids or han-
dling adopTions. I hope To geT married
have loTs of kids. Well now ThaT iT's over, I
can say iT's been a muy bien year!
HasTa!l Tribe memories live on!!
SHELLEY R. SCHOLTEN "Shel, ChesTer" 7 f
34 769, Pre-College - 43 years: Acap-
pella 44, 42: Madrigals 42: Biola Honors
Choir 42: Band 9, 40, 44: Small Group
Leader 44: Senior MoTher's Tea EnTer-
TainmenT 40: GraduaTion Usher 44:
Handbells 40, 44: Honor Roll 9, 40, 44, 42:
Honor SocieTy 44, 42. Luke 42:27, 28. I
plan To go To Biola and be a music ma-
jor, marry a wonderful man, and have
many kids. Thanks To my family for Their
love and supporT. l'II never forgeT The
priceless memories and The wonderful
Times I've had aT This greaT school. I love
SINA SENG "The BesT of The BesT, The
GoaT" 44 724769, Pre-College - 4 year:
Tennis 42: InTeracT 42: Chapel CommiT-
Tee 42: Honor Roll 42. Prov. 3: 3.5.6. I plan
To go To Calvin for a couple of years
and Then Transfer To U of M To finish my
engineering degree. l'lI Try To finish my
invenTion soon so I can buy my Porsche
930 CabrioIeT. Become a monk? Thanks
To all my greaT friends, I'm going To miss
you nexT year!
J. MARK SIMON 42f20f69, Pre-College
- A years: Band 9, 40, 44, 42: Jazz Band
44, 42: Honor SocieTy 40, 44. 42: Aca-
demic Decafhalon 42: Model U.N. 42.
John 515. I plan To go To college and
pursue a compuTer sciencefmusic dou-
ble major, geT a MasTer's degree, geT
married, have 2.11 kids, and live happily
CHRISTOPHER T. SMITH "Shred" 272770,
Pre-College - A years: JV Soccer 9:
VarsiTy Soccer 44, 42: Acappella 42. I
plan To aTTend culinary school, own my
own resTauranT and enjoy being a
bachelor for The resT of my life. Be aware
. . . rip and Tear.
JENNIFER SMITH "Jen" 40f26f70, Gener-
al - 40 years: Drill Team 9: J V Cheer 40:
InTeracT 40: VarsiTy Cheer 44: Small
Group Leader 44. MaTT. 48:48-20. I plan
To go To STaTe college, live by The
beach, geT married, have kids and Tons
of animals. I'm glad I could go To Valley
for so many years. Thanks To everyone
who made high school a bIasTl To all sTiIl
aT Valley, make high school fun, iT's up
TODD E. SMITS 41j46f70. Pre-College -
2 years: Acappella 44, 42: Madrigals 42:
VarsiTy FooTball 42: VarsiTy Soccer 42:
Academic DecaThalon 42: Model U.N.
42: Senior Play 42: InTeracT 42. I plan To
aTTend Calvin College. I would like To
major in some Type of religion courses To
go on To become a youTh pasTor or mis-
sion worker aT home or abroad, ThaT in
all Things I mighT do God's will. i'Search
me O God and know my hearT, TesT me,
and know my anxious ThoughTs. See if
There be any offensive way in me, and
lead me in The way everlasTing." Psalm
ARLAN STOUWIE 277770, Business - A
years: JV FooTball 9: FroshfSoph Track 9,
40: VarsiTy Track 44: Senior Play STage
Crew 42. Romans 8:28. I plan To aTTend
college parT Time and work.
DENISE STRUIKSMA "Dee" 87 4 770, Gen-
eral - 43 years: Freshmen Volleyball 9:
JV Volleyball 40: JV SofTbalI 9, 40: Fresh-
men Boys BaskeTball STaTs 40: VarsiTy
Boys BaskeTball STaTs 44, 42: Women's
Ensemble 44: Acappella 42: Band 9, 40.
Rom. 8:28. I plan To go To college and
geT married. To my special friends -
Thanks for being There for me, I couldn'T
have made iT wiThouT you guys! Good
luck To nexT year's VarsiTy Boys BaskeT-
ball STaT girls.
CHERI D. STUIT "Sheri" 4 7 4 769, Business
- 42 years: InTeracT 40. Psalm 5. I plan
To go To college and become a secre-
Tary of some sorT. I wanT To Thank all my
friends ThaT I've gone To school wiTh and
wish Them a greaT Time ouT of school. I'Il
miss you all. Well, Take care all and good
luck in The fuTure.
BRIAN D. TAZELAAR "Taz": Band 9, 40,
44: FooTball 9, 40, 44, 42: Acappella 44,
42. I Cor. 43:4-6. Be yourself always.
BRYAN E. TEMPLEMAN 4274 4769, Pre-
College - 43 years: Acappella, VarsiTy
FooTball, VarsiTy Baseball. Psalm 446. I
plan To aTTend WesTmonT College. AfTer
ThaT I will journey To The vasT wilderness
KERI M. THOMPSON "Kern's, Kira" 42797
69, Pre-College - 7 years: Honor Soci-
eTy 40, 44, 42: Science Club 9, 40, 44,
42. Prov. 49:24. I plan To geT a MasTer's
degree and maybe a PhD. in zoology,
Then go To India and sTudy Tigers, come
back To The U.S. when I'm 60 and breed
champion dalmaTians. Scooby's of The
JEFFREY TOLEN "Eddie" 3f34f74, Pre-
College - 7 years: JV FooTball 9, 40:
VarsiTy FooTball 44, 42: JV Baseball 40:
VarsiTy Baseball 44. 42: Honor Roll 9, 40.
44, 42: Honor SocieTy 40, 44, 42: Spanish
Club 44. Rom 8:38, 39. I plan To go To
Long Beach STaTe and major in engi-
neering. Enjoy your senior year while iT
lasTs. VarsiTy fooTball - keep The Tradi-
Tion of shuTTing ouT WhiTTier ChrisTian. Go
JON S. TUINSTRA 4 7117 70, Pre-College -
6 years: JV Baseball 40: JV Tennis 44:
Honor Roll 9, 40, 44, 42: Honor SocieTy 40,
44, 42: Academic DecaThalon 42: Span-
ish Club 44: Science Club 44, 42. Rom.
8:38, 39. I plan To go To Calvin College
enrolling in pre-law and someday be-
come a successful lawyer or Teach aT
Harvard Law. I hope To have a son who
plays baseball like George BreTT and
hockey like Wayne GreTzky. "ProcrasTi-
naTion is always successful." If you're
failing To plan, you're planning To fail.
SHARON F. VAN BRUGGEN "The Spider
From Mars" 4f47f70, General - 8
years: Volleyball STaTs 9: Flag Team 9,
40: Small Group Leader 42: Senior Play
Make-up 42. Heb. 43:6b. I plan To go To
junior college for General Ed. and be a
punk'n head forever.
JENNIFER VANDENBERG "Jen, Geno-
veva" 40f25f70, Pre-College - 5
years: Biola Honors Choir 42: Women's
Ensemble 40: Acappella 44, 42: Madri-
gals 42: Band 40, 44: BaskeTball 9: Vol-
leyball 9: STudenT DirecTor Senior Play 42:
Small Group Leader 44: Honor SocieTy
40, 44, 42. James 4:4,2. I plan To go To
college, work for a few years, geT mar-
ried, and have some kids. Thanks To my
family for being supporTlve, and Thanks
To my friends for making all The special
memories I have. Don'T forgeT - Puff!
GERALD VANDERBURG 9724770, Pre-
College - 43 years: JV Football 9: JV
Basketball 40: Interact 40, 44, 42: Honor
Society 44, 42: Men's Chorus 44: Acap-
pella 42. I Cor. 40:43. Put your faith in
God, lt's the only way.
JASON VANDERWERFF '!Samson" 8747
70, General - 7 years: Rom. 8:9. lt's
been real, lt's been fun, but it hasn't
been real fun!
RYAN VAN DUYN
ROBERT D. VAN ECK 9723770, Pre-Col-
lege -- 43 years: Band 9, 40, 44: Jazz
Band 9, 40, 44: Acappella 42: Varsity
Tennis 9, 40, 44, 42: Ski Club 42: Honor
Society 40, 44, 42: Senior Play - Blore
42. I John 2:45,46. I plan to goto Calvin
for a couple of years, see where life
leads me, get married, and live a good
and plenteous life. Be careful with what
you treasure most, and don't have too
good of a time.
MICHELLE L. VAN KEKERIX "Mish" 40787
70, Business - 40 years: Women's En-
semble 40: Varsity Basketball Stats 9: In-
teract 40: Pep Club 40: Teacher's Aide
44. Rom. 8: 38:39. I plan to goto Cypress
College and pursue a career business.
BRADLEY VAN MEETEREN 42724769,
General- 40 years: Band 9, 40, 44: Jazz
Band 40: Football 9, 40: Basketball 9, 40,
44, 42: Escort 44. Psalm 406: 4. l'm start-
ing off by going to Hawaii with friends.
Then lt's off to college and work. Well
you guys better have fun now because
school is the best time of your life.
DARIN VAN MEETEREN 44 720770, Busi-
ness - 8 years: Band 9, 40, 44: JV Foot-
ball 9: Freshmen Basketball 9: JV Base-
ball 9. Il Tim. 2:45. I plan to attend col-
lege part time and become a full time
LESLIE J. VAN WEERTHUIZEN "Big Bad Ez-
zie" 7749770, Business - 43 years: JV
Cheer 40, Varsity Cheer 44: Women's
Ensemble 9: Acappella 44, 42: Madrigals
42: Band 9, 40: Senior Play 42: Honor's
Choir 44, 42: Pep Club 40, 44, 42. Psalm
94. l'm going to the beach, to college
and study music.
KRISTI L. VAN ZEE "Stud, Guns" 4272769,
Pre-College - A years: Freshman Vol-
leyball 9: JV Volleyball 40: Varsity Vol-
leyball 44, 42: JV Basketball 9, 40: Varsity
Basketball 44, 42: Varsity Softball 9, 40,
44, 42: Powder Puff 40: Women's Ensem-
ble 44: Small Group Leader 44: Gradu-
ation Usher 44: Varsity Football Stats 44,
42: Honor Society 44, 42: Donkey Bas-
ketball 40, 44, 42: Homecoming Princess
42. I Tim. 4:42. I plan to go to Azusa
Pacific University and study Physical
Therapy and play softball. Brown-nose
to the max because the brown-nosers
get the "A's."
DAVID L. VELLEMA "VelIyma" 7723770,
Pre-College - 43 years: JV Football 9:
Varsity Football 44: Senior Play Stage
Crew 42: Men's Chorus 9: Interact 40,
44. Psalm 424, I plan to get a Master's In
Business Administration at CSULB, get
married and have a family and open a
small business. lt's been real.
VONDA K. VOS 4472770, General - 6
years: Freshman Volleyball 9: Class Vice-
Pres. 9, 40: Freshman Boys Basketball
Stats 9, 40: JV Volleyball 40: Varsity Boys
Basketball Stats 44, 42: National Honor
Society 42. Isaiah 52:7, I plan to go to
college, major in business and get a job.
lt's been real and lt's been fun and just
maybe lt's been real fun! Good luck to
next year's Varsity Basketball Stat girls!
ERIC C. WALHOF "Wally" 9747770, Pre-
College - 42 years: Acappella 44:
Men's Chorus 4 4: JV Football 9, 40: Varsi-
ty Football 44. Phil 4:24. I plan to work,
go to UCLA or Stanford. Ain't nothing!
CHRISTOPHER WARNERS "John C." 97227
69, General - 6 years: JV Football 40:
JV Baksetball 40: Men's Chorus 9, 40:
Acappella 44, 42: Madrigals 44, 42: Sci-
ence Club 44, 42: Small Group Leader
42: Senior Play Stage Crew 42. I Tim.
4:42. l'm going to Hawaii with Tim and
Mark, then to school, get my pilot's li-
cense, find an awesome wife, and en-
joy life. lt's all ball bearings these days!
MATTHEW T. WARREN 7734 770, Pre-Col-
lege - 8 years: JV Football 9, 40: Varsi-
ty Football 44, 42: JV Track 9: Varsity
Track 42: Sceince Club 42: Honor Soci-
ety 40, 44, 42. Col. 3:4-41. I plan to goto
college, play football, and then go into
engineering or become a pilot.
KATHERINE M. WESTFALL "Kathie" A767
70, Pre-College - 3 years: LCHS: Class
Vice-Pres. 9: JV Water Polo 9: JV Bas-
ketball 9: Varsity Swimming 9: Concert
Choir 9. VCHS: JV Basketball 40: Wom-
en's Ensemble 40: JV Cheer QCapt.Q 44:
Interact 44: Science Club: Acappella
44: l.D. Squad 42: Yearbook 42. Special
thanks to my best friends for all the love
and fun times! Thanks to everyone who
made this year the best ever! Mom and
Dad - I love you and thanks for all your
support. Most of all thanks to God!!
ERICK D. WESTRA "Rick, Banana Man,
Ball Wall" 472770, Pre-College - 43
years: JV Football 9: JV Soccer 9, 40: JV
Baseball 9, 40: Varsity Soccer 44, 42:
Varsity Tennis 44, 42: Class Treasurer 9:
Interact 40: Student Council 44, 42 QASB
Treasj: Band 9, 40, 44, 42: Acappella
44, 42: Madrigals 42: Honor Society 40,
44, 42: Model U.N. 42: Jazz Band 44, 42:
Band of America Math7Science Award
42: Senior Play - Sir Lawrence 42: Vale-
dictorian. Prov. 46:3. l'm going to go to
Wheaton. I will start in an Engineering
program, then go on from there. You
have to get all you can. You have to
can all you get. Then sit on the can.
DANIEL W. WOOLLEY 2726770, Pre-Col-
lege - A years: JV Football 9, 40: Varsi-
ty Football 4 4: Freshman Basketball 9: JV
Basketball 40: JV Track 9: Varsity Track
40, 44: Men's Chorus 9: Acappella 40,
44, 42: Madrigals 40, 44, 42: Honor's
Choir 44, 42: Graduation Usher 44: Don-
key Basketball 40, 44, 42: Interact 40, 44:
JSB Entertainment Committee 44:
Homecoming MC 42: Class Officer 42:
Small Group Leader 44, 42: Chapel
Committee 44, 42: Honor Roll 9, 40, 44,
42: Honor Society 40, 44, 42. Psalm 3237. I
plan to go to Azusa Pacific and get a
Master's degree in physical therapy, go
into part-time missions, settle down and
open a sports clinic in Malibu, marry a
gorgeous girl, start a family and live
happily ever after. Have fun, be yourself
and live for Christ!
DARREN W. WYBENGA "Wybie, Bingo"
87 44 770, General - 44 years: Student
Council 40, 44, 42: Homecoming Com-
mittee 44: Small Group Leader 44, 42:
Chapel Committee 44: JV Football 9,
40: Varsity Football 44, 42: Freshman
Basketball 9: JV Basketball 40: JV Base-
ball 40: Varsity Baseball 44, 42: JV Soc-
cer 44: Varsity Soccer 42: JSB MC 44:
Huck Finn for JSB 40: JSB Planning Com-
mittee 44. Jer. 29:44. I plan to attend
college and graduate with a four-year
degree, open my own surf shop after I
have established myself in a good job.
Thanks for four great years! God Bless!
TONYA L. ZWAGGERMAN 40730769,
General - 9 years: Varsity Basketball 9,
40, 44, 42: Varsity Softball 9: Freshman
Volleyball 9: JV Volleyball 40: Varsity
Volleyball 44, 42: Women's Ensemble 40:
Acappella 44: Class Treasurer 40: Class
President 44: Class Vice-President 42:
Donkey Basketball 40, 44, 42: Honor So-
ciety 44, 42: JSB Coordinator 44. Psalm
34: 48. I plan to attend Biola and do who
knows what! To my friends - practice
your Pictionaryl I love you guys ALOT!!
Whdt storted out os on 'iinnocent" Sweet 46 pdrty
turned into d drive-by shooting, which left d ldsting
impression in your minds. On the night of September 26,
4987, Volley Christidn student Tino Kong wds shot ond
killed by 'lgote-crdshers" who were refused odmit-
tdnce into the pdrty four times. The two boys drove by
firing 3 shots, hitting the goroge, front door ond the
third shot hitting Tino. On the morning of Wednesdoy,
September 30, 4987, we held o memoriol chdpel here
ot Vdlley. Ldter in the ofternoon, 3 bus Ioods of stu-
dents went to Tind's funerdl to poy their respects ond
show support for the Kong fdmily. Although Tino wds
new to our Sophomore closs, in her short time here she
mode o greot impdct on the lives of everyone who
knew her. We will olwoys remember her os kind, friend-
ly, considerdte, ond most of dll for her cdring spirit. The
prdyers ond support of Vdlley's students ond fdculty
members will continue to be with the Kong fdmily.
Dedr friends dt Vdlley,
Hil I'm spending my Senior yedr in Nerdc, Frdnce ds
on open door Foreign exchonge student. l've been
here since September 2, 4987 ond will return to the
United Stdtes on June 45, 4988. My French fdmily is
redlly greot. My fother, Mr. Sorovone, is d high school
English teocher ot "GEORGE SAND" Cwhere I go to
schoolj, My mother is d doctor dnd d redlly greot
cook. I hove three sisters, Shdnti C243 goes to the
University of Pdris, Anoussio C495 is on open door stu-
dent in New York, dnd lndiro C 443 lives ot home ond is
redlly funny. My brother, Vrjoy C471 goes to "George
Sdnd" dlso. We live on d bedutiful Estdte in the County
I hove mode mdny friends here ond Ieorned much
dbout the French culture ond customs. I keep busy
with thedter club, volleyboll, swimming, ploying with
my dog, working out ot the gym, giving English lessons.
going to the cofes ond socidl clubs ond trdveling. I
Iedrned to ski ond joined o ski club in Poris. I hove seen
much of Frdnce ond spent the Christmos holiddys in
Poris. I went to Engldnd for three weeks over Spring
Bredk. I love the people in Engldnd ond hope to return
there sometime soon ds well ds Frdnce. Although I love
Frdnce, I dm looking forword to coming home ond
seeing my fdmily ond friends. I send my love to every-
one dt Vdlley ond specidl prdyer to the Closs of '88.
In God's Love,
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I can'T believe ThaT This yearbook is
finally done! AfTer a year of hard work,
your 'IQ87-88 yearbookgis compleTe.
We, as a sTaff, Tried To k of new
ide, 4s,gJnd To be creaTive ' ThaT This
an iwould be differenT Than The
previ f pnes. l Think ThaT we have
succiee d. Many of The ideas
worked, some of Them didn'T. We
gave iT our besT shoT and hope ThaT
you enjoy iT. 'T'
FirsT, l would like To say Thank-you To
my parenTs. There were so many Times
during This year when I felT like jusT giv-
ing up and They always were There To
encourage me and keep me going.
NexT, l would like To Thank Mr. and
Mrs. Baas for all Their hard work and
dedicm n. They spenf many
hours T copy, cking copy
and glayouli ?iTgigeTTing r 'dy To send
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The resT of The sTaff. 1 lfeveilandil
were The only Two wiTh y exper-
ience on a Valley Yearbook sTa nd
everyone had To learn quickly. T nk
ypu all for puTTing up wiTh Karla and l
and redoing Things.unTiI we said They
we re all righT. You all worked and
I hopesyou enjoyed iT and ThaT youwill
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wish you G-od's riches! blessings as you begin your college career. Finally, afler 48 years, you gel a new
Love, Dad, Mom, and Julie
Congraiulalions, Chris and The Class of 4988! May
C-Sod keep you safe wilhin his love and may you be
guided by his word in all you do.
Love, lvlom, Dad, Amy, and Joel
Rob Kamslra, Congralulaiionsll We are so
proud of you! God bless you Rob! Philippians 4:3-6
Wilh Love, lvlorn, Dad, and Ken
LISA, You have been a blessing To us: from ballei and piano To
sofiball, baskeiball and soccer, from cheerleading To Teaching Bible
Clubs and Honor Classes. You have been such a joy!
OUR PRAYERS TO YOU AND THE
CLASS OF 4988, To lead rewarding
lives, serving The Lord in all Thai you do.
3 MICHELLE CHEDIE DAINE
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WiTh oil our love.
lvlom, Dod, Joonne
Jeremy ond Josh
Kim, Thank you so much for These 48 wonderful years, we will
always be Thankful Thai God choose us To be your parehis. You
are such a joy To us. We have laughed and cried Togeiher,
Qmosily laughedj. You have such a sweei spirii wiihih you. Our
prayer is Thai Jesus will cohlinue To use you for His glory.
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Memories of joyous occasions ond smiles
Times of Teors ond fomily sorrow.
WiTh The Lords helping hdnd you've grown
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WhoTever The fuTure holds you know
GI-od's blessing unfolds
And wherever you go, whoTever you do
This fdmily will olwoys be proud of you.
YES, PRAISE THE LORD!
reEJolcE IN vous? MAKER!
PRATSE HIS NAME lN DANCING!
lvlonico, we love you wiTh The love of The
Love, Mom, Granny, ond John Pdul
STEPHANIE, We used To puT lvl8clVl's dlong The Troll,
so you'd follow us on The hike. Now, you're deciding
for yourself which Troil To Toke. We're proud To see
you heod for Colvin College.
"'Tis educofion forms
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Mom ond Dod
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moThers womb: before you were born I soncTified
you ond oppoinTed you ds my spokesmdn To The
rfvorldf' Jeremioh 4:5 Moy God bless you conTinudl-
WiTh Love ond Proyers,
Mom ond Dod
Deor Son, Congrofulo-
CONGRATULATIONS TIM: CongroTuloTions To you
ond The "Gloss of 88". Thonks for The memories we
hove, Cespeciolly The roiny nighTs in Tehochcipij. Our
prdyers ore wiTh you GS you pldn for The fuTure. We
know God will conTinue To bless your life.
Mom, Dod, ond Heidi
To Lissd Kroeze:
Our besT To you in The fuTure, in EVERYTHING you
do. We love you!
Dod, Mom, Denise ond Kevin
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