Villa Park High School - Odyssey Yearbook (Villa Park, CA)
- Class of 1988
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The most obvious of the changes in the '87-'88
school year was the arrival of the freshman class. The
freshmen gave the school added spirit. They put more
chatter and, at times, roar into assemblies.
Additional staff members were also brought in along
with a new row of eight T-buildings. More lockers were
Seniors displayed their maturity this year by keeping
the freshman and sophomore class clean and out of the
usual tradition of trash canning. This helped promote a
clean campus. The underclassmen, however, have also
shown their dignity by staying away from the seniors
and, consequently, out of the trash cans.
The students have gotten along this year and made it
the best year ever. Friendly surroundings kept the
school peaceful. We hope that the peace, as well as the
school, continues for generations to come.
44 Odyssey Staff catches stu-
dents at crowded T-Buildings
444 Lori Hagmann and Jeff
Ciranito share a book in Evelyn
Ching's new room
A New teachers at VPHS helped
the change run smoothly
PA Sherry Galazyn tries to re-
member her combination at the
4 Cafe workers hurry for fear of
achieving long lines
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Spirit! What is it? What good is it?
The '87-'88 school year began with an assembly in
the amphitheater. The September morning was warm
and sunny, typical of the unusually mild summer that
was drawing to a close. A mood of optimism and ex-
citement seemed to fill the air as the largest student
body in over a decade listened to the introductions of
administrators and student leaders. The summer was
over, but somehow it didn't seem so bad. There was a
spirit in the air. Villa Park had caught it.
The enthusiasm built as the days passed, carrying
over into the Powder Puff assembly early in the quarter.
Possibly the ugliest "Pep Squad" ever to thunder
across the hardwood floor of the gym pranced through
a few uncoordinated routines while the "football team",
their small bodies almost engulfed by giant shoulder
pads, watched in amusement.
There were many assemblies to follow throughout
the year. The gym echoed with competitive yells as the
freshmen tried valiantly but unsuccessfully to outdo the
upper classes, but it was the early gatherings that set
the tone and that revived the spirit that had somehow
slipped away in the early eighties.
P Students listen to "welcome back" speeches
just before picking up their new class schedules
as school opens on Seat. 3, just before the La-
bor Day weekend.
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A few new changes have occurred at Villa Park High School this year. The
school has become a four year high school with many freshmen entering for the
'87-'88 year. Along with the freshmen, the sophomores are here too. Now, the
food lines will be even longer and the campus even more congested than it already
was. Are their new faces a wanted welcome? You be the judge, but these eager
young students are here to carry on the Spartan traditions of leadership, pride, and
One other plus is more sports teams and increased activities to supply the
demands of the many new students. Along with the cheerleaders, Villa Park spirit
has now surged anew with these new students and their great effort to make Villa
Park High School the best. Let's hope that they've had a great year with many
more ahead of them. With the seniors of '88 here to show them the way, they will
undoubtedly have great high school memories.
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Pearsall joke around during lunch.
A Doesn't Kathy Welch look like she is enjoy-
ing those chips?
P The first day of school is difficult for all
freshmen, especially for those students who
have come from out of state like Camilla
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around during lunch looking for available guys.
AA Relaxing at lunch time is a favorite activity for Melissa
Prettyman, Sarah Roneu, and Jennifer Gilhausen.
A Would you say that these young girls, Ramona Johns, Linda
Castanon, Tina Foust, and Alicia Brand, look like they are pig-
Freshmen 5 Sophomores 9
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Clear, blue water, sunny
sky, white sand, and beautiful
women in grass skirts, these
are elements reminiscent of
the splendor of Hawaii. Unfor-
tunately, this isn't Hawaii, but
merely the sweltering sun of
Southern California, stifling
smog, burning cement, and a
pool. But, hey! It's the next
In September, the Villa
Park pep squads sponsored a
luau for fall athletes at our
own pool. This event was an
effort by the pep squad to dis-
play their support for the
cross country, water polo,
and football teams. When
asked to describe the luau,
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splash!" "Tons" of food and
drink were provided by the
cheerleaders and the athletes
ravenously feasted. A limbo
contest was held and several
participants tried new forms
of high diving. Some people
decided to take a dip in the
clear, chlorinated water of the
pool. Well, everyone was hav-
ing a great time so the cheer-
leaders devised a way by
which the memories of this
grand event could be pre-
served. inevitably, photos
were taken and sold. ln sum-
mary, Beth Carpenter re-
marked that the event was
"Really wet and wild".
A Jeff Olson, Dave Johnson, and Shawn
water capacity of the pool as Nari Takimoto look
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Spartan Activities: Powder Puff to Pajama Game
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The theme for this year's Spirit Day was
"Hooray for Hollywood." The school was
decorated with such items as pictures of for-
mer movie and music stars, old cars, and stu-
dents dressed up to express their impression
Also, the annual "Door Contest" was held
12 Student Life
during this week. Prizes were awarded to Mr.
Barrett's and Mr. Meulmester's classrooms
for their artistic talents portrayed on the doors
of their classrooms.
This year's Spirit Week was a successful
one filled with spirit and enjoyment expressed
by all of the students on the campus.
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Stephanie Boyle, and Kelly Mullen check out the
scene, dressed in the clothes of their favorite
QA A not-so-conventional nun, Colleen San-
born, and Mr. Brunt pose for the camera.
Allflaylin Hsu, Stephanie Fry, Jackie Herman,
and Lance Rabun express their new style of dress
during lunch on Spirit Day.
1 Dana Armstrong and Greg Larson pose for a
picture in front of a model jukebox.
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This year's Homecoming assembly featured many traditional and
non-traditional performances. The gathering of the entire student body
started out with the usual chant from a well known T.V. commercial that
became the motto to just about every assembly. After the huge mass of
students settled down to a more mellow state of being, the mascots
came on with their skit about the Homecoming Queen and King for a
generation of the past.
The Drill Team and Tall Flags received great attention from the two
sides of the gym who watched them intently and gave the two groups
the credit that was well deserved. Baton twirler Dana Folsom also
showed us her talent in a nearly flawless routine.
Finally it came to the crowning of the King. Each candidate escorted
his mother down the red carpeted path to the other end of the gym. Ken
Domer, last year's King, then placed the golden crown on the head of
in the rowd
A We could only crown one king, but to us all the football players are
PA Cynthia Newitz drums her trash can while Marilyn Hettick blows her
shell in an effort to make the VPHS Marching Teachers' Band sound a lit-
tle bit better.
P Posing as former Homecoming King, Eric Bates cries out for his Queen.
PPA Homecoming King nominees John Chorbagian, Jeff Granito, Greg
Larson, Lance Rabun, and their mothers applaud after hearing John Gen-
ova announced as 1987-88 Homecoming King.
PP Being the leader of the band, Brent Bailey shows how much spirit
PPP Shannon Dougherty, Jill Roberts, Jennifer Kesselman, and Christi-
na Lillyman wait anxiously to see who will be crowned king.
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"Go Spartans, Go, Go!" was all that could be heard
at the Kickoff time. This wasn't just any game, this was
Villa Park High's Homecoming. The home side of the
stadium watched the game intensely, but also waited
in anticipation for the announcement of 1987's Home-
coming Queen. At halftime the event began. Five
beautifully dressed girls were driven out in shiny, old-
fashioned Corvettes and all were escorted by their
fathers. Who would be crowned queen? This year's
Homecoming Queen is . . . Beth Carpenter! The crowd
roared with enthusiasm, as Beth graciously accepted
the 1987 Homecoming crown from last year's queen,
The game continued on with Villa Park conquering
El Modena in a 27-17 victory.
The Spartans were very pleased with their choice of
queen and the defeat over El Modena which topped off
a perfect night, setting the atmosphere for the follow-
ing night's Homecoming dance.
144 The Homecoming Court: Back row, left to right:
John Chorbagian, Lance Rabun, Greg Larson, Jeff Gran-
ito, Middle: Suzi Barnett, Nikki Lampe. Jennifer Galus,
Brandi Newman, Front: King - John Genova, Queen -
444V "Smile honey, they're
looking!" John Genova and Beth
Carpenter pose for King and
44L"Smile you're on candid
camera." Last year's Queen
Ranae Randals crowns the new
queen - Beth Carpenter.
1 "Hi Mom!" A crowd of excited
Hollywood stars, otherwise
known as, Spartans.
4A "Worn but not torn!" Doug
Cannon, Evonne Caouette, Chris
Kindt and Cindy Radford dance
their toes off.
44V "Hey - up here!" An aeri-
al shot of the Large Gym where
1987 Homecoming dance was
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by Paul Juhn
'Songleading this year was fantas-
tic!" agreed Beth Carpenter and
Kammi Genova. This year's squad felt
an energy from the students which
really got them going. "The spirit at
Villa Park really exploded this year and
that made it totally great!" exclaimed
songleader Classy Blake.
The great performance by the athle-
tic teams really helped also. As Steph-
anie Fry put it "Thanks to our great
athletic teams, which gave us some-
thing to cheer about, I'll have memo-
ries and 12 great friends to last a life
The song experience was hard
work, but it was also a lot of fun and "It
has really made our senior year com-
plete," said Dianne Lofaro. The overall
feeling as put by Lisa Greenburg was
"There were some unforgettable
times, and the memories made the
time worth it."
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Newman get the crowd into the spirit
4 Practice makes perfect subscribing to this belief are Kamml
Genova and Dianne Lofaro
AA With a smile on her face Buffy Bohn watches the VP team
beat El Modena
A Cassy Blake watches the game against Santa Ana with frustra-
tion while Heather Elsberry hopes for the best.
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Egg Rolls! What Next?
This year's Club Rush was organized by Interclub Council Com-
missioner Greg Larson. It was the time when former and newly
formed clubs had the opportunity to attract new members and add
to their treasury by selling food related to their club. Some of the
new clubs organized on the Spartan campus are the Asian Club,
Surfing Club, New Students Club, and Volleyball Club.
VPHS invited a caricaturist to draw cartoons of several students,
while spectators watched the performance done by the Drama
Club and that performed by Dance Choreography.
20 Student Life
A Spectators watch as Christina Lillyman
sits patiently waiting for the caricaturist to
finish her cartoon.
PA Matt Garfein sneaks a taste of the egg
rolls while Jodi Greenberg sells cheese pas-
PP Stephanie Muggenthaler watches as
Bennie Patridge hesitates before tasting
one of the "panuelos" sold by the Spanish
P Junior Allison Zigich blows bubbles sold
by JSA in order to raise funds for this year's
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Varsilg Cheerleaders Show
AVarsity cheerleaders Stephanie Maizel, Shannon
Dougherty, Caryl Martian, Sandra Manning, Julie Gal
legly, Schelle Salidan, Jill Roberts, Christina Lilly
man, Shanna Crabtree, Jennifer Kesselman, Christy
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Shannon Dougherty, the Varsityf Cheer-
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Cheerleaders. Led by
Mrs. Anne Folkert,
this year's squad has
been one of the best
ever. Shanna Crab-
tree explained, "Mrs,
Folkert has really
been a big helpg she
football game cheer-
ing inthe rain, or
when you'd drive
down Taft Avenue
and see endless ban-
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The dangling metallic threads of a black and silver
balloon canopy glittered in the dimmed lighting of the
Sequoia Athletic Club. Black and white tuxedos embrac-
ing petite figures of full length satin and sparkling rhines-
tones moved rhythmically to a background of soothing
lyrics. An air of romance and sophistication set the mood
for 1987's Coronation Dance.
A New Tradition was chosen as the theme, and no
other choice would have suited the occasion as well. The
switch to girl-ask-boy and an earlier date proved to be
successful changes as the dance had the largest atten-
dance in V.P.H.S. history. The spacious and elegant facili-
ties added yet another new flavor. Free bowling was
offered the guests as an extra attraction, making a de-
lightful break for a few daring couples.
Though other components made the tradition new, the
crowning of the king and queen remained an anticipated
highlight. As the clock struck eleven, all music ceased.
Senior class advisor Dominick Corradino introduced the
patient-but-nervous court, and the curious audience wit-
nessed the crowning of 1987 Coronation King and
Queen, John Watrous and Kammi Genova.
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This year's ASB Cabinet con-
sists of 13 members, each with im-
portant responsibilities to the stu-
dent body. President Nikki Lampe
has proudly proven "the best man
for the job, is a woman" by being
only the second woman ASB presi-
dent in the history of Villa Park
The entire Cabinet has given
one-hundred percent this past year
to make this school the best it
could be. Treasurer Suzie Barnett
kept track of important funds in
order to ensure that money was
readily available for dances and
other costly activities. Historian
Kelly Mullen has collected hun-
dreds of photos throughout the
year to keep memories of great
times at Villa Park alive after ev-
eryone has gone. Stephanie Boyle
organized the numerous dances
and lunch time activities that gave
everyone a break from the stress-
ful routine of school.
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Committee members Mar-
tin Foigelman, Matt Gen-
ova, Rob Davey, and
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Dan Hare, Inter Club
Council Greg Larson, Ju-
nior Class Vice President
Chad Barker, and School
Improvement Curtis Birk-
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QA The ASB Cabinet: Jeremy
Amen, Curtis Birkman, Dan Hare,
and Greg Larson monkeying
around. Also pictured, Jeff Gran-
ito, John Watrous, Joyce Kuma-
moto, Kelly Mullen, Chip Smith,
Megan Lee, Colleen Preston,
Chad Barker, Erin Meyer, Geoff
Glass, Nikki Lampe, Suzie Bar-
nett, and John Genova.
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What a Year!
With over 75 members
and 20 of these in the honor-
ary lnternational Thespian
Society, it's no wonder that I
this year's Drama Club has
put on such outstanding pro-
These students, along
with drama teacher Nancy
Grissinger, have presented
"The Dining Room" and the
first ever student-written
play, "Elves", by club presi-
dent Samantha Hadfield.
They have also performed
at Club Rush, Mardi Gras,
and in May "A Night of One
Acts and Scenes".
The student musical this
year was "Pajama Game", a
story about a group of gar- I
ment workers who want a 7
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The club members have I
been to several television
tapings, to the State conven-
tion for Thespians, and had
an elaborate awards pro- I
Villa Park also had six stu- I
dents in the cast and 20 in I
the crew in the honors all- -
district production of "West
A The cast of "Pajama Game"
takes a break during rehearsal,
suitably attired in the latest
1 Robyn Helmick, Mark Bundy,
Erik Bates, Jeff Jolliff, Erik Kel-
ler, Brandi Burton, and Allison
Cutler rehearse a scene from the
22 .Q L,
Dan Chao, John Brewart, Samantha Sherman, John Mont-
Shamlou, and Rick Cabanes.
Erie Shrader, Gregor Sarkisian, Curt Birkmann, Shawn
Shamlou, Kevin Yee, Benni Corazza, Karrie Johnson, Mia
Schwoerer, Melissa McFarlane, Heather Bangerter, Marisa
Bavand, Sherry Porter, Becky Hanna, Dave Sammone
34 Student Life
Rene Jordan, Kevin Lusk, Greg Larson,
By Mark Wiedeman
Villa Park - Every Saturday morning
they travel down the empty 55 freeway in
their beat-up Volkswagen bus. Equipped
with an AM fFM 8-track stereo, they catch
the surf report on KROQ. When they arrive
at the beach around 6 a.m., the sand is cold
and the beaches are dead with the excep-
tion of a few early rooster surfers. As they
lay their boards out for pre-surf preparation
such as fastening their leashes and zipping
up their wetsuits that are still moist and
sandy from the previous morning, Jason,
Kevin, and Rene hope for a day of good
These are the three founders of the once
forgotten Surf Club.
For a few years Villa Park has not had a
Surf Club, but thanks to Jason Salzberger,
Rene Jordan, and Kevin Lusk, the club is re-
when you're out in the water and nothing
else matters," expresses one of the mem-
bers, Todd Wells.
Usually going as a group, they carpool to
Newport or Huntington on the weekends,
some of the members don't have a first or
second period, so they can go surfing on
the weekdays before school.
"The best time for surfing is 'dawn pa-
trol' or 'yawn patrol'," jokes Wells. "That's
right before the sun comes up, the water's
glassy and the waves are still clean."
Wells likes to hobby around with surfing,
and he doesn't take it too seriously. 'Tm a
seasonal surfer," he says. "ln winter l con-
centrate on snowboarding."
Many members before the club was
formed would surf alone. "Being with a
group is safer, and we save gas," noted
emerging. "The best thing about surfing is
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4 Gregor Sarkisian, Ski Club President, flies through the air as awe
struck skiers watch in amazement. During the recent Ski Club trip to
Utah, Gregor perfected his famous 'Donkey Air'.
4 A Dr. Ebert flaunts his fishing expertise by reeling in a good sized
shark as V.P. Fishing Club members watch.
A After a day of rough skiing, Becky Hanna, Shawn Shamlou, Jeff Olson,
Katy Parker, and Curt Birkmann take a long awaited break.
Surf, Fish, ski 35
By Julie Gallegly
Dance choreography is a challenging and
educational experience. With Mrs. Folkert's
absence since the beginning of November,
the entire group has been given a high level
of responsibility. The officers have had to
organize all that goes on in the classroom as
well as what is put on stage.
This year they have encouraged individ-
uality and originality in the choreographing
of their dances. For fine arts week they pre-
pared a show representing the ideologies of
established Modern dancers in combination
with movements that are natural to each of
them. Each dance shows the personalities of
those who created them. From these dances
and the amount of responsibility each mem-
ber has taken, they have been able to get to
know and understand each other.
Dance Choreography has participated in
Back to School Night, Club Rush, and the
Holiday Show, which were all exciting and
Even though this year in Dance Choreog-
raphy has required more from each of them
than they had anticipated giving, it still
turned out to be productive and enjoyable.
Officers - top left to bottom right - Heather Ross Cpublicityj, Debie Mirtle fhistori-
anj, Sharon Singerman Cpresidentj, Kammi Genova fpublicityj, Becky Saltzer lvice l
presidentj, Stephanie Fry Chistorianj, Lisa Greenberg Qvice presidentj, Comie Lickl
fsecretaryj, Erica Monkton ftreasurerj. Y
Becky Saltzer, Nicole Arias, Erika Monkton, Sharon Singerman, and Heather Ross 1
ballet to Blues in the Drag by The Glove.
Comie Lickl jumps with a smile to the song "I
promise you", by Lisa Lisa. Choreographed by i
Left to Right, Front: Stephanie Fry, Erika Monkton, Becky Saltzer, Sharon Singerman, Lisa Greenberg, Comie Lickl, and Debie Mirtle.
2nd Row: Nicole Arias, Kammi Genova, Heather Ross, and Tracy Nickerson. 3rd Row: Michelle Cochrane, Beth Carpenter, Brandi
Newman, Cassy Blake, Kim Chapman, Jennifer Galus, Meri Samuelson. Back: Anne Folkert, Jennifer De Clark, Cindy Nowicki, Dana
Kirk, Sherri Porter, Cari Henshaw, Jennifer Carter. Not pictured: Tran Burkes.
Cari Henshaw and Stephanie Fry dance around Pinnochio fKammi
Genoval with joy as they all realize "l've Got No Strings".
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Jennifer De Clark, Jennifer Galus, and Sherri Porter end in a pose to
the tap song and dance "Rockin Around the Christmas Tree". Choreo-
graphed by Lisa Greenberg.
Dance Choreography 37
Bottom to Top: Trica Roby, Shawn Shamlou, Curtis Birkmann, Jeremy Amen, Mark McPerson, Erin Woolery,
Matt Klein, John Watrous, Jeff McElroy, Coleen Preston, Caryl Martian, Allison Cutler, Sam Sherman, Jamie
Rasmussen, Kristi Halstenrud, Jeff Granito, Alex Wolfson, Heather McMasters, Tera Blasi, Nikki Hagan, Deanna
De La Riva, Susan Tillou, Robin Johnson, Tim McNulty, Eric Ebell, Cory Schlicht, Sherr Lathrop, Lori Hagmann,
Craig Ohlsen, Robin Helmick, Hanh Ngyen, Eric Bates, Dave Sammons, Jeff Peterson, John Cleary, Neal
Brockmeire, Rikki Ozaki, Kenny Yee, Brian Salderini, Tanya Hoang, Renee Chaing, Kelly Bryant, Kim Moore-
house, Stephanie Alber, Gaven Arroyo, Dawn Lieberman, David Wetzler, David Jones, Doug Eliot, Scott
Mackenzie, Traci Ruble, Jennifer Nunez, Dawn Huntziger, Kelly McPherson, Beth Krawczyk, Sandra Lou, Jenny
Fox, Scott Rogers, Eric Sach, Ali Robert, Brian Wilson, Erin Meyer, and Nancy Kumomoto.
Brad Kissler, Tom Roth, Chris Marvin, Rich Thronburgh, Eddie Johnson, and Mark
McPherson watch and learn as Greg Sarkisian caters to Rick Cabanes's every wish at the
Toga dance put on by Key Club.
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Ed Shakhverdyan, Caryl Martian, Jerry Berman and Aaron Malo encourage students to
join Key Club on Club Rush.
38 student Life
By Brad Kissler
It is Friday and the lunch bell rings.
It is time for Mark McPherson to go
to work. You see, Mark is the leader
of one of the most popular and vital
clubs on campus. Mark is the leader
of the Villa Park Key Club.
In the front of the room there is a
crowd standing around a table. From
both doors students are filing into the
room. Then you hear Mark shout,
"This meeting is now called to or-
der." As the constant chatter and the
rustling of paper bags begins to quiet
and the crowd in the front of the
room starts to disperse, you realize
that this group of people respect him.
"When I was first told that I would
take over the leadership fof the Key
Clubj for the 1987-1988 school year, I
did not realize it had the potential to
become so large," comments Mark
as he rummages through his lunch
bag looking for his apple, "but the
addition of girls to the club for the
first time helped quite a bit."
The club sponsored a walk-a-thon
and played a part in the Latin Club's
can drive. "The club is also responsi-
ble for refurbishing the dance floor in
the round buildings," states Mark. "I
feel that the club is important be-
cause it allows the school a chance to
become involved with the communi-
Although the recent success of the
Key Club cannot be entirely attribut-
ed to Mark, he has played a large role
in the club's popularity and its strong
leadership. "The people in the club
this year are really quality, and that
can make all the difference in the
world," says Mark.
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Mock Trial team: Carrie Lewis, Kelly Bryant, Linette Dodd, Jennif Elmore, Beth Krawczk,
Nichole Vitale, Robin Loss, Jerry McDonald, Julie Alexander, Jamie Rasmussen, Nancy
Rose, Robin Franks, David Sammons, Robert Bellis, Sonny Brunstein, Shanne Ho, Scott
Yi, Not Pictured Cathi Loss and Kory Lynch.
Cathi Loss nervously awaits the outcome of the case, as Jerry McDonald, Shanne Ho and
Jaime Rasmussen look on.
By Scott Parsons
lt only took a case, 19 students,
and a willing advisor to get the sec-
ond annual Mock Trial team started.
After receiving the case packet, a
team was recruited, and they were
off. The team practiced diligently
three times a week for two hours a
day, to prepare for the competition.
"Practice wasn't the only impor-
tant part of our case," commented
Linnette Dodd, a witness. "We spent
endless hours thinking of ideas and
brainstorming on our own."
The team won their first two
matches against Huntington Beach
and El Toro High Schools, scoring a
winning total of 130 and 158 points
respectively. The team advanced to
the third case, but came up short.
"The team was definitely some-
thing a student would want to do if he
was interested in law," states Shanne
Ho, a team member. "The competi-
tion between schools was really in-
tense, just like the real court of law."
Sonny Brunstein sits patiently as he is questioned. Shanne Ho is BggrSSSive as She asks her questions.
P A warm family moment for Vo-
cal Ensemble as the Christmas
show comes to an end.
Y Ms. Blakely bows proudly as
the girls' choirs combine for a 3 M,
SINGING All THROUGH THE YEAR
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Early each cold morning while
you're snug as a bug in a rug in bed,
the Villa Park Chamber singers are up
and stretching in the room of our
very own choir director, Mary Ester
Blakely. lf you would have walked by
her room at a quarter of seven, you
could've heard the enthusiastic Fa's
and breathy Whew's ringing out from
the doors of R-1. To someone not in-
volved in the vocal department, the
warm-up's might seem very strange.
You might hear Ms. Blakely yelling,
"Drop your jaw" or "More energy
people, you sound dead!" "One of
her most famous sayings that sticks
in my mind is, 'Pretend you have fifty
noses around your waist and breathe
through 'em.'," said Advanced Wom-
en's Ensemble student, Nicole Vitale.
Auditions for Chamber Singers
and Vocal Ensemble took place at
the end of last year for this year's
classes. There were a lot of graduat-
ing music members last year, thus
bringing many new faces to the var-
ious classes. lt's good to see so many
underclassmen involved in Vocal Mu-
sic early in their high school years.
Villa Park High School will be produc-
ing quality performances in the years
4AA The advanced
X Q girls choir adds a bit of
Christmas cheer with
4A Sam Hobbs and
Matt Fairbanks boogie
down to the Christmas
4A No matter where
they are, Vocal Ensemble
always has a great time.
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Countries cannot separate the friendships that have grown be-
tween these foreign exchange students: ll Tony Kruger, Michelle
Cochrane, Claudia Matamala, 29 Benni Corazza, Jessica Bruhn,
Yas Llnori Fujii. Their memories are bound to be unforgettable.
fl Internationally Club i
l'Having trouble adapting?" These members of the International
Club are the ones to see: lj Tony Kruger, Benni Corazza, presi-
dent Matt Garfein, Robin Klein, Yas Llnori Fujii, 25 Claudia Mata-
mala, Shannon Turville, Erica lshiguro, Allison Barbarosh, Ann
Being a new club on campus has not set back the Asian Club or its
members: lj Nancy Wang, Mui Tang, Jeanette Yashiro, Hideaki
Hayashi, Leonard Lee, Jai Ho, Toby Wu, Christine Chieng 25 Naomi
Wang, Lori Matsuoka, Christina Cha, Eboli Giannini, Erica lshiguro,
Stephen Chen, Sandra Lau, 35 Ann Nguyen, Irene Kung, Jung Ho,
Lisa Chen, Sandra Park, Anna Ahn, Bob Sakaueg 41 Cathy Juhn, Juli
Ro, Renee Rosales, Paul Juhn, Chuck Ro, Dan Ko.
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1"Chopsticks? How do you use
those?" wondered Jai Ho during an
Asian luncheon. Even though they are a
custom of Asian areas, not every Asian
is as talented as Dan Ko.
A The International Club luncheon gave
Spanish teacher Phyllis Perez, AFS stu-
dent Claudia Matamala, guest speaker
John Alston, Assistant Principal Tom
Yim, and Julie Melody, a chance to
By Scott Parsons
The International Club is
made up of 20 members and is
dedicated to helping foreign stu-
dents. They help each other deal
with language barriers, culture
shock, and loneliness. "In the -
club we have a chance to get
together and discover exper-
iences in America and meet new
people," said Benni Corazza, an
exchange student from Italy.
'iWhen I first got here I was
like a little child in a big world, a
very big world," Benni said.
"You want to absorb as much as
possible, trying not to miss a
"I never could have imagined
this," she continued. "You
know that you will eat hambur-
gers, but I never imagined I'd be
going to the beach in February!"
The Asian Club is another
new club on campus this year.
Their purpose is to promote
Asian awareness and under-
standing. It was started by Paul
Juhn and Chuck Ro, who hope
that it will continue after they
graduate. Villa Park's Asian club
not only enjoys activities among
themselves but also with other
clubs from different schools, in-
cluding Canyon, Llniversity,
Tustin, and Valencia.
By Scott Parsons
SADD or Students Against Drunk
Driving is a club of 132 members
dedicated to helping teenagers in
time of need. The club has members
volunteer on Friday and Saturday
nights from 10 PM to 1:30 AM. When
called, they go pick up a student who
is intoxicated or whose driver is in-
toxicated. Each member is commit-
ted to spend at least one weekend
per semester on duty.
Not only providing safe rides,
SADD heightens drinking awareness
with key chains, and they even
placed a wrecked car in the quad for
a couple of weeks.
Villa Park SADD is the strongest
safe ride chapter in Orange County.
They have been featured in newspa-
pers, radio, and even television. The
reason for their success, according to
the advisor of the club, Vince De-
Falco, is that "SADD works because
students care about students."
Don't Drink and Drive, give SADD
lhafs what it's all aboul.
A Posing by the wrecked car in the quad are the advisor Vince DeFalco
and the board members Lisa Greenberg, Craig Ohlsen, Erin Meyer, Sa-
mantha Hatfield, Jeremy Amen, and Jerry Berman.
V The biggest organization on campus are SADD's 132 members
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A ROLLING START
A PHOTO FINISH
By Scott Parsons
The Bowling Club was brought back in full
swing by advisor Bob Sakaue and organizers Ran-
dy Solinger and Jeff Pollak. They met every Fri-
day and bowled at Regal Lanes. The club was
made up of about twelve people and trophies
were handed out for first, second and third place
finishers overall. The club has been around for a
long time, yet just came out of hiding last year.
The first place winners for the first semester were
Jeff Deutsch, Trey Selman, and Jason Vanders-
luis. "lt was a challenge and a good time to have
fun and meet people," according to Pollak.
4 Striking a pose are the bowling
club members Darrin Bobier, Randy
Solinger, Martin Hermann, Jeff Pol-
lak, Warren Chang, Tina Shayne,
and Kristin Mattaz.
4 The photo club as led by Mr. Meul-
mester are Angie Luong, Carrie Hall,
Dawn Evans, Autumn Remlin, Rhonda
Wright, Kerri Cron, Kelly Gallager, and
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Vol. XXIII, No. I
Villa Park High School Jl-me 16 1988
The bell range signaling
the beginning of the third I
period: Gracie editors
scurried I inand sat in their
chairs busily pasting up
their pages, After frantical-
lyrtrying to air out stories
and-reenter headlines, the
editors let out a big sigh
of I-reliefat the end ofthe
work was done. I s
I But waitin DeAnna
Hampton, sports editor, I I I
saw a name on thesportsr
page spelled wrong: lt's a
job for Letterman lake p
SeanIPoulsonJl Faster than
a speeding bullet Letter-Q
man pours thrbllgh Old is-
sues in search of the miss-
I ings- letters and almost in-
Stantly resolves the crisis.
Although deadline days
frequently reared their
ugly heads, there were
times that the Oracle staff
kicked back and enjoyed
the free time. Every
Thursday after the paper
comes out the staff has
day and they pig-out. Ora-
cle editors and reporters
will never forget the time
when Shanne Ho I messed
up on and order -for at Hoa-
gie sandwich 'rringy Report-
ers Cheri Piest, Scott Par-I
sons,and Troy -John-son I
returned with 187 subma-
:ine sandwiches l for every!
one, s I IIII I A
48 Student Life
J The Oracle staff gath-
ers around their giant
Christmas tree after an-
other hard day at the of-
fice. Standing: Matt Gar-
fein, Jennifer Marchese,
,Q , DeAnna Hampton, Shan-
non Pyne, Yvonne Dean,
Denise lger, Troy John-
son, Jeff Pollak, Aaron
Curtis, Shanne Ho, and
Scott Parsons. Kneeling:
Kammi Genova, Michelle
Cochrane, Marisa Ba-
vand, Cheri Piest, and
Sean Poulson. Not pic-
tured: Cindy Calmese,
who was on special in-
for her Auto Focus fea-
444 Shanne Ho, Editor-in-Chief, contentedly studies the new-
ly submitted stories while her staff works on in the background.
44 Feature Editor Kammi Genova looks for help as she plans
out another mind-bending feature spread layout.
44A Outside of the production room, Matt Garfein, Troy
Johnson, Cheri Piest, Marisa Bavand, Aaron Curtis, and Scott
Parsons chuckle from relief after meeting another tough dead-
4 Sports Editor DeAnna Hampton and News Editor Yvonne
Dean work together at the paste-up table laying out the next is-
sue's front page news.
A Shannon Pyne, Opinion Editor, smiles broadly after reading
another letter to the editor complaining about the gossip col-
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Tom Bernard. The Latin club, was
At Medieval Times the Latin club en
joys an evening out fFrontJ Jane Llm
President Samantha Hadfield Cheryl l
Koch, Susan Tillou Tammy Dodge Ran
dy Zoriek, Linh Trinh CRearJ Sandra Sor
bett, Cheryl Ashby Kevin Yee Gregor
Sarkisian, Steve Morcos Mrs Katie Bar
rett, Advisor Pat Barrett Greg Allen
CROW 1, front rowl Mary DeGennaro
Lynn Farrell, Spartan Alison Zlglch Bri
an Waters, Sandra Park Bob Llyeda
Jane Lim, Allison Roberts Melissa
McFarlaneg CROW 21 Spartan Stephanie
Maizel, Christie Kenny Sandra Lau
Anna Ahn, Tim Stratford Jeff Granito
Shawna McCartney Kristie Dorame Ju
lie Thomason, Mia Schwoerer Spartan
lRow 35 Melissa Jeffries Jennifer Pat
rick, Aaron Louie Spartan Spartan
Spartan, Chantal Soudant Nicole Ross
Madame Jester tRow 45 Shawn Sham
lou, Tricia Roby Marisa Poulos Kelly
Bryant, Kim Morehouse Spartan Spar
tan, SPHNGHJ CROW 53 Spartan Spartan
Spartan, Jill O Neal Nancy Kumanoto
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F: Mike Leigh, Ricky Ozaki, Thuan Bui,
Danny Chu, Kory Lynch, Carrie Lewis,
Danny Garcia. M: Lori Matsuoka, Karin
Steensland, Claudia Mutamala, Shanne
Ho, Amy Gresenz, Connie Anasis, Cathi
Loss, Alison Barbarosh, Amy Young.
3rdD Sheri Haarberg, Jeanette Yahiro,
Van Pham, Victoria Valenzuela, Allison
Parsons, Sandy Sly, Tomoko Shiratori,
Hazel Lly, Staci Armao, Nikke McAllis-
ter. 4thJ Tera Hemrick, Karen Lambert,
Wendy Propst, Traci Ruble, Jennifer
Nunez, Cindy Johnson, Jennifer Elmore,
Jill O'neal, Robin Loss, Roger Harrison,
Shannon Schreiber, Theresa Dunn.
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lTop to bottomj Farshicl Sar-
karati, Sean Poulson, Tina
Shane, Tony Cheng, Bennie
Corazza, Soyoung Kim, Ed
Shakhverdyan, Katie Frack-
elton, Debbie Leiva, Joel
Kupperstein, Tom Bernard,
Ben Cornette, Dr. Ken Lor-
Foreign Clubs 51
ejuvenated and eady.
Llnder the direction of Richard Polly, the or-
chestra has come alive again. lt is composed
of many talented students. The years of prac-
tice with their specialized instruments range
from two to twelve years.
The group made its debut at the winter
show, in December. Along with Jazz and Con-
cert Bands, the orchestra performed in the in
strumental music concert in January. During
fine arts week, the orchestra members had an-
other chance to show their stuff. The assem-
bly was filled with a variety of music. The
group played a piece by Mozart. MWe were
good enough so they let us play in this assem
bly," Karen Longyear remarked. Charles Cro
and William Shay topped it off with an out-
The Villa Park Orchestra has proved its
worth through concerts and spring competi-
by Lisa Smith
52 Student Life
LA1 Director Richard Polly heard it was good for his arthritis to
conduct Jazz Band.
AA Freshmar. 'william Shay shows the full house his talent, during
fine arts week.
A Karen Longyear fFirst Violaj, Marvin Morris, Chris Groves, Ken
Donley, and Lisa Cooper tear it up while playing a Mozart tune.
All That Jazz!
Jazz Band has a new beginning this year. Former VP Band
director Richard Polly returned to Villa Park to find a handful of
demoralized rookie musicians, and a few veterans. Mr. Polly re-
vitalized the Jazz Band. The band practiced during zero period.
Overall, we had little time to practice. ln the forty-five minutes
we had, fifteen minutes were spent on warming up. John Ho-
vanec, Matt Garfein, David Edleman, and Jeff Neuman made
warm-up entertaining. They usually jammed during warm-up
playing, "yy2" or one of the songs by "Sound and Fury". The
Jazz Band gave several fine performances during the year.
Next year will fashion an exceptional Jazz Band.
by Leonard Lee
AA A senior Charles Ro finally meets his match in a duet, during Fine Arts Week, with William Shay.
A David Bertesso Mike Berbiar and Matt Love pucker their lips and play, play, and play.
lnstrumen tal Music
By Julie Gallegly
"Sadie Hawkins" was here again - a time
for fun and laughs.
The dance was known as almost everyone's
favorite. It was comfortably casual, and time
for the girls to pay and do the asking, wonder-
ing whether or not they would be rejected or
This year flannels were the most popular,
with Rugbies, sweatshirts, and T-shirts follow-
The biggest attraction seemed to be the pic-
ture line. There were also quite a few people
getting hitched by "Pastor" Bohler. Games this
year did not seem to be a big hit, but everybody
really enjoyed dancing to "Push it" and other
Mario Passanisi, Debie Leiva, Michelle Paproski, and Chris Myers pose as
bandits for their group picture.
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Jennifer Kesselman and Ricky Ryan, have fun while playing the Tootsie Pop game.
54 Student Life
4' Allison Wares, Kendall Jacobs, Bob Piper, and Kendra Whitley enjoy each others company, with big smiles.
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Beth Wojahn and Mark Bundy engage in a kiss after being hitched by "Pastor" Bohler.
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By Jen Marchese
We got there just before seven p.m. and luckily found
the last few seats in the crowded cafeteria.
l guess all of those rowdy Spartans knew that it was
probably the only time they would get a chance to see
Oingo Boingo, Prince, Iron Maiden, Cheech and Chong,
as well as the Brady Bunch all in the same place.
"Born in East LA", done by Kathy Talvoularis and Teri
Schuffert, and "You've Lost that Lovin Feeling", in which
Fred Soares dressed up as a girl, had the audience laugh-
There were so many acts worthy of winning. lt was
probably hard for the judges to decide which three lip
syncs would go on to the O.Ll.S.D. show the following
Taking third place, Motley Crue played up to the crowd
with balloons and confetti.
Boingo Boys - Kevin Yee, Gregor Sarkisian, Jeff Ol-
son, Shawn Shamlou, Dave Johnson, and Craig Hartman
- placed second with the Oingo Boingo song "Good-
And in first place was . . . Scratchin' Jackson and B-
Boyz, a.k.a. Ron Porter, Tony Kruger, and Bennie Pa-
tridge, for their lip sync of "King of Rock", in which even
some members of the audience got up to dance.
LP Bennie Patridge gives the audience
his rendition of Scratchin' Jackson.
PA Jackie Herman reminds Fred Soares
that "He's lost that lovin' feeling."
P Goodbye, Gingo Boingo's Gregor Sarki-
sian, Craig Hartman, and Eric Schrader,
PP Rocking the night away, Jeff Jolliff
and Chris Bertoni took the audience on a
ride to the "Wild Side." 1"Reminding us what
rock-n-roll is all about?
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Let the Art Begin
Let the arts begml A festlval of fun and fine arts came to Villa Park on
Feb 22 The purpose ofthe week was to mtroduce to Villa Park students
the arts whxch are usually unappreczated by teenagers
Monday started off strong wxth an mterestlng and funny performance
by mxme arttst and comedlan Carey TTIEDOVICTI who performed every
thing from a western gunfzght to a party scene The mtme artist was a
real crack up sand semor Trayce Thomas lloved xt It really made my
Gur own Dance Choreography and drama department were even a
part with a studio hour durmg third period
On Tuesday our own students from the vocal and Instrumental musxc
Tperforrned during periods onelandtwo T Also-during thard
ands fourth AnetomyT of afBand performed Theyfe consisted of four
eprofeembnal mL1Sieran3 Los AITQEIEST gave an ,expla T
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'lTheTh1ghltghtgof the weekwas the perforrnaneetofthe Llnlfed States
ThifdiAgirborneyMaTrine 'CorpsfBand.y The band-played eleven wzld and
fmzyfsmlgs and tseemedtm beQe'?5'?Y9'3FlQTlbYTf?VefY0n34llfl 1 T T
yy SklplCt1nninghBm and VIJHQCET TLA .wereTtheffeatuTreS On Wednesday,
whilethet Pacific Chorale Quartetendedthe week on a goodlnotep T
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Let the Battle
By Scott Parsons
"The band really made my lunch," stated Kippy
Parsons, a freshman talking about the Battle of the
This year's lunch activities obviously wouldn't
have been the same without this wild and crazy
competition. Not only did it make lunch more enjoy-
able, but it created awareness of the various musi-
cians on campus. Even though there were no U2,
Bob Marley, or The Alarm, students seemed to en-
joy the bands.
The first band to perform, The Dudes, was on
Tuesday. Their performance was cut short by tech-
nical difficulties, yet, not before squeek versions of
C.l2's Bullet the Blue Sky, and a drum solo by Daryl
Monroe. This band has V.P.'s own Marty Strayer,
Kevin Lusk, and Daryl Monroe.
On Thursday Atomic Cocktail performed. Ric
Janzen brought in the Oprah Winfrey hating band
that consisted of a lot of alumni students. While Ric
tantalized the audience with his voice, Jeff Randall
ripped on the guitar.
Finally on Friday, senior Jeff Parker brought in his
Rockabilly band, The Deltones. They had a strong
performance and played some oldies like Blue
Suede Shoes and Rip it Llp.
A I Atomic Cocktails Ric Janzen, Roy Konitzer, and
drummer Steve Reskey perform on the second day of
the Battle of the Bands.
P Showing their talents, Marty Strayer and Paul Lovett
tantalize the audience with their version of Panama.
Y The Rockabilly drummer Jeff Parker kept the beat to
Blue Suede Shoes, Jail House Rock, and other Oldies
60 student Life
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A Taking time to figure out the technical problems,
Paul Lovett, Marty Strayer, and Daryl Monroe play
around with their instruments to get a sound check.
1 Panic hits Ric Janzen's face when guitar player
Jeff Randall accidentally breaks a string.
V Jim Cruz, Mark Wiedeman, Paul Archibald, Cindy
Calmese, Shawn Silvers, Kathy Tavoularis, Phil
Johnson, Brian Fortenbaugh, and Alan Alexander
watch Atomic Cocktails energetic performance.
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Battle of the Bands
For future Survival
by Troy Johnson
March was a big month at VPHS, providing the
student body with a chance to learn about drug
abuse, a week explaining the AIDS virus, and a once-
in-a-lifetime experience, Pl-Fest, where 1,241 Spar-
tans created the world's longest human physical
digital representation of Pl.
Pros for Kids, founded by former professional
player Delvin Williams, focused on the Class of '91,
stressing the effects of drug abuse.
Perhaps most important of all were the three days
devoted to providing information about AIDS. Stu-
dents gathered in the cafetorium, the library, and the
gym during special assemblies. They watched a pro-
fessionally prepared video "A Letter from Brian", on
the first day, and on the second day a video featur-
ing VP students and faculty.
A Mr. Alger's 4th period class listen attentively
while Becky Kittelson speaks against drugs and alco-
A f Senior, Randy Barnes gets ready to help spread
the message that AID's is a serious disease.
P Action, the cameraman says to Mike Cable while
Mr. Boeler holds the cue cards.
62 Student Life
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A A The student body hold up their number to demon-
strate the Pl numeral.
4 Brent Baily and Jim Proffitt cali everyone to line up.
A Students line up to be a part of history at the PI-Fest
Pro 'S for Kids-A1155 63
In Search Of
Mike McCrystal stands with
club Mascot, Claudia.
In Search of members includes Claudia,
Aaron Malo, Ann Nguyen, Sandra Lau,
Anna Ahn, Alison Barbarosh, Greg Lar-
son, Jerry Berman, Jeremy Amen, Dave
Johnson, Bennie Corazza, Lisa Green-
berg, Bennie Patridge, Jane Lim, Mark
McPherson, Curtis Birkmann, Rick Ca-
banes, Brandy Newman, Gregor Sarki-
sian, Shawn Shamlou, Eric Schrader,
Robin Klien, Kevin Yee, and Eric Ebell.
Mike McCrystal, club supervisor, keeps
his sixth period IPS class busy during lab
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What changes ln your life are you looking
Vice-Pres: John Watrous Secretary Julie Mahony Treasurer Lance Rabun
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Kin forward io mosi afier you graduaie?
Jeremy T Amen Jennifer S. Amsler Constance M. Anasis
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Roy Choi, Gregor Sarkisian, and Eric Ebell listen attentively in Mr. Bar-
rett's fourth period English class.
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Cheryl L. Ashby Neil R. Augustine Malinda Baker
Alexander G. Angotti
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John P. Armstrong
Jerry A. Aschoff
Alison M. Barbarosh
" . . . six weeks of winter recess."
Michelle A. Barks Randy L. Barnes
Comie Lickl shows off her modeling ability dur-
ing the AWS fashion show.
Chris L. Bertoni Deanna K. Biggs
Suzanne L. Barnett
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Curtis C. Birkkmann
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Cheiri A. Baumstark
Jay L. Benge
Thomas P. Bernard
Gregory T. Bennett
Laura E. Bernhard
Anne M. Blanco
" . . . a change in atmosphere and attitude."
Alisa M. Blansett
Roger A. Branstine
Linda D. Broadway
Jeanne M. Blansett
Brett J. Braun
Eric M. Brougham
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John A. Bloyd Mary Beth B. Bohn Stephanie L. Boyle
Who is that masked man? Nikki Lampe and Gregor Sarkisian look on as
Brandy Newman tries to unmask the unknown Ewok, Jeremy Amen.
John B. Brown Cody Buffington Kristi D. Craft Mark W. Bundy Tran H. Burkes
" . . . being able to paint ihe town pink with the gals."
Justin A. Burnham Douglas D. Byrnes Rick Cabanes
Marcelo S. Caparrotta Daniel F. Cara David Carney
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Carrie L. Cash Latisha Chambers Monica M. Chavira
Roy s. Choi John F. Chorbagian i Curtis C. Birkkmann
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Beth M. Carpenter Rodney J. Carpenter
Stephen C. Chen Dina R. Chiarle
ing Powder Puff assembly.
Wm Michelle R. Cochrane
Dean J. Claxton Douglas L. Claypool
Drew M. Colome Curtis K. Cook
Shanna C. Crabtree Wendy L. Crabtree
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request for Trent Eye's balloon.
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Travis W. Cooper Benadetta Corazza
Kristi D. Craft Scott Creagan
Sandra D. Corbett
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"I wani lo become Mr. Universe!" fBrad Graham
James E. Cummings
Yvonne M. Dean
Gary M. Davis
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Hilda C. Delgadillo
Jennie A. Dagley
Deanna De La Riva
Teresa A. Delnero
Jeffrey A. Deutsch
Mark G. Daniels Rob Davey
Tim McNulty plays with his red ribbon ffrom our
anti-drug weekj, while Lisa Greenberg daydreams
over her paper.
Linette A. Dodd Tammy M. Dodge
Shannon Dougherty Dan C. Drake
Mary P. Dufault Eric M. Ebell
Heather Elsberry Sue A. Emery
Danielle L. Evans Dawn A. Evans
John E. Eberstein
Matt K . Fairbanks Kathy Faltermier Karen A. Farrand Alex A. Fassora Jennifer A, Fernandez
"l plan lo retire al
age 35 afler making
mg first few
Scott L. Ferraro Heidi E. Fischle Mike J. Fisher f .F
Todd Fisher Darrell R. Fitch Steve F. Foiglman Eric Foley Chaslyn A. Foster 1
Jason E Foster Stephanie D Fry 'f
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A Ryan Hayes' casual salute is always accepted
by his friends but they have a harder time ac-
cepting Kelly Mullen's.
4 Captain KAOS QTony Ingal struts through
campus walking like an Egyptian.
Kammi Geneva Joni George ' Kelly M. Gilbert
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Dinah G. Gitlin David Glassman Julie A. Glesener Christine D. Gomes Gina I. Gonzales
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L Jonas D. Gonzales Brad H. Graham Jeff A. Granito Todd Grant Jodi L. Greenberg
Lisa M. Greenberg Wendy Greene Fred D. Guenther
Mirna Haddad Samantha L. Hadfield Nikki L. Hagan
Don M. Hall Kristi Halstenrud Scott Hambleton
Craig A. Hartman Colin M. Hartwig Hadi S. Hassan
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Lori A. Hagmann
Allyson D. Gully
Carrie A. Hall
Tanya R. Harrington
"Noi having io be hassled bg bouneers
when I go io college." l
Jerry L. Hayes
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Shannon Dennis and John Chorbagian toast our varsity football team making it to C.l.F.
Eating a romantic lunch, Tom Mericle and Martha Rolison share a quiet moment together.
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Robyn J. Helmick Dana L. Hemrick Jacquelyn S. Herman Sandra Hernandez Martin Herrmann L
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Laura L. Hervig Dwayne A. Hill Jai H. Ho Kim S. Ho Corey L. Holms
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Amber R. Hood Erik J. Hoskins Allen Y. Hou John G. Hovanec Maylin Hsu
Brian J. Hughes Michael Hungerford Tony Inga Erica Ishiguro Vikki E. Jacobson
I m looking forward io meeiing Angus
Young." Heaiher Elsberrg
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Heather Elsberry smiles happily as she shows Jennifer Galus and Jennifer Kesselman an invitation
to the party of the year.
Eric A. Jaquay
Heather C. Jelensky
Jeff 's. Jolliff
Audrey R. Jensen Eddie A. Johnson
Rene J. Jordan Paul S. Juhn
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James D. Kim Diane D. Kirk
Robyn L. Johnson
Erik P. Keller
Brad A. Kissler
Troy K. Johnson
Christina L. Kenny
Matt T. Klein
Robin M. Klein Kyle Knowles Dan W. Ko Cheryl D. Koch Julie M. Krause
"Take a break.
party, go to a J.C..
get rich. bug a
Joyce M. Kumamoto
Sandra K. Lau
Joel A. Kupperstein
Eric W. Larsen
Christopher Krejci Darin K. Krueger Tony Kruger
Lara L. La Brie Kim J. Lambert Nikki Lampe
Greg D. Larson Sherry L. Lathrop Greg Latteri
Graham Lee Leonard Lee Megan Lee
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Lawrence H. Lehmuth
Jane M. Lim
Dawyne J. Lukowski
Kyle M. Lynch
Jayson J. Lewis
Melinda K. Lin
Angie T. Luong
Witney A. Lewis Comie E. Lickl Christina A. Lillyman
Dianne L. Lofaro Cathi Loss Melissa M. Louvianx
Kevin R. Lusk
A Eddie James tells Heather Mill-
er, Dina Chiarle, and Jeanne Blan-
sett a story while Heather and
Dina look at each other strangely.
1Greg McFadden and Michelle
Wagstaff share a laugh and enjoy
each other's company during
Darrin Mackel Scott K. Mackenzie
Marlene Mallonee Aaron J. Malo
AJustin Burnham bites into an
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keeps the doctor away."
walk to class exchanging
thoughts on a freshman's outfit.
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Sandra K. Manning
WiIIis's co-star and
have him wake me
up instead of Mom."
Victor J. Matin Chris S. Marvin Shannon M. Maschner
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Greg L. McFadden Kenneth R. Mcliitrick Paige E. McLean Heather J. McMasters Timothy M. McNulty
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" . . . I plan on having a lol of fun and I
Alex Angotti and Todd Nelson have a contest to see who could "Mack" the fastest. ng
Erin Meyer Lisa R. Milash Gina M. Militello Bob Miller Heather D. Miller
ld making a lol of moneg!" Lance Rabun
Held Jack Miner
Felicia A. Molinari
K Lyle T. Nelson
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Darryl J. Monroe Kristen L. Monroe
Brent J. Mortensen Kelly L. Mullen
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Debie A. Mirtle Dave Mohler
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Heidi Nelson Kasey J. Nelson
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Mark A. Paproski Sandra M. Park Jeff T. Parker
Tuoi N. Nguyen Kerri D. Nickerson P
Tracy D. Nickerson Amie M. O'Day yl
Cassie Pagonis Tony Palmroth
Scott W. Parsons Prity P. Patel Z3
Campus and meeting new friends." Julie Mahong
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Jennifer K. Patrick Bennie F. Patridge Candie Perreira Trulee Person Jeff J. Peterson
Khanh M. Pham Cheri Piest Paul Plank Jeffrey N. Pollak Ron Porter
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K ,. Wes Miller anxiously awaits the dreaded sea-
Colleen R. Preston Faith A. Prosser Wayne Proud
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" . . . io have half the pressures of high school gears."
Shannon K. Pyne Lance J. Rabun
Kristin D. Rawley Todd A. Raymond
Janine L. Rees Autumn Remelin
Scott C. Radmacher
Steve C. Renzi
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and Dave Johnson check out the sophomore Q "sem,
girls while John Watrous, Jerry Berman,
Tammy D. Rex Scott A. Rheins Patrick D. Riley Natasha Ristic Charles C, Ro
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Jill A. Roberts Gerrid W. Rodgers Martha E. Rolison
and Tim McNulty daydream about them
Schelle Saladin Chrissy Salcido Brian A. Saldarini
Jennifer L. Romandy
Heather A. Ross
Adam J. Rosen
Tom R. Roth
David L. Ryan
George N. Samia
"Noi having io gei up earlg or noi having
David M. Sammons Sharon L. Sanford Gregor V. Sarkisian
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Maylin Hsu, Julie Mahony, and Paige McLean dis-
Robert B. Schultz cuss the quick response of the Sheriff.
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Shawn S. Shamlou Beverly K. Sheeks Wendy J. Sheridan
Jennifer S. Schaefer
Teri R. Schuffert
Samantha J. Sherman
DQ to answer io anyone." Colin Hariwig
It Misty M. Shull Shawn M. Silvers Thea Sime
Key Paul A. Sitner Chez M. Smith Chris R. 'Smith
dyan Kyle Snailum
Randy Barnes ignores Marty Strayer as Marty
sings "Shake Me".
man Fred W. Soares
Jim J. Simon Sharon L. Singerman
Jackson S. Smith Steve E. Smith
Danielle Sneed Deborah L. Snyder
Randy Solinger Daryl G. Spector
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Mark T. Summers
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Roy Choi not affected by senioritis.
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Chris Svensson Nancy A. Swistok Nari Takimoto Katherine E. Tavqularis
" finding something lo do on mg Saiurdag
mornings." - .
Vicky A. Taylor
Susan L. Tillou
Vincent J. Van Meter
Trayce Lynn Thomas
Tracy Lynn Townsend
Shara L. Valo
Mia Nicole Vitale
Rich H. Thornburgh
Michelle S. Tunstall
Jason J. Vandersluis
Stephanie Fry warns
Genevieve Powell of
her deficiency notice
in Mr. Barrett's class.
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Kathleen A. Thrasher Sheila M. Till
Regina C. Turner Shannon Turville
Michele L. Wagstaff
Steve A. Waldrip
Jeff A. Walton
Dan R. Weber
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mg alarm clock. Regina Turner
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Paul W. Walther
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Beth S. Wojahn
Michael E. Wolfee
Jeff Olson ponders on the meaning of life.
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Rhonda J. Wright Kevin F. Yee Cris Yensen Amy Marie Young Karen R. Zigich
Some things never change.
Every year the School cele-
brates Homecoming and Spirit
Week. Seniors, such as Ron Por-
ter, have not yet outgrown the
fun of dressing up on Spirit Day.
Places never seem to change,
either. Seniors like Brian Saldar-
ini, Bret Braun, and Mark
McPherson take their seats un-
der the trees that supply shade
on hot spring days and cover
from the traditional lunchtime
Names change each year as
people move on with their lives,
but the places and events of the
school never change. The new-
comers learn to adapt to their
change in lifestyle, and make it
their own, helping the Villa Park
traditions roll on.
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Better lace To Be
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Jennifer De Clark
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I knew lihad bombed the last chemistry test, so
when Dr. Ebert called for volunteers for extra credit,
I quickly raised my hand. "Now's your chance to do
some brown-nosing and raise your Chem grade," I
said to myself.
I I showed up after school with Paiam Khademi,
and Dr. Ebert quickly put us to work. We were to put
one gram of silver nitrate, a harmless looking, white
substance into little plastic vials. The last thing he
said to us was, "Don't let this stuff get on your-
This task was not as easy as it seemed, and pretty
soon the chemical was all over the lab top, so I
brushed it off stupidly with my hand. Nothing hap-
pened, so I didn't think anything of it.
An hour later, we had finished what seemed to be
millions of vials, and I washed my hands. They
turned black! Thousands of dark brown spots cov-
ered myhandsl Dr. Ebert poured acetone on my
hands, attempting to remove the color, but without
satisfying results. "Well," he said, "it should wear
off in a couple of months." l
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ed. Freckles on my hands." I
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I Fish Or No Fish
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I f During my brief stay at VPHS, I had an unusual ad- couldn't find them. We decided to continue without
l venture with our chemistry teacher, Dr. Ebert. them.
I Six interesting anglers of the Fishing Club decided We rented a boat and decided to fish. The drizzle
X toe go to Big Bear Lake. We were supposed to meet turned into a downpour. Nothing seemed to go right
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,members never showed up that morning. The four Problems, problems, problems. Luckily, I brought an
lremaining members decided to leave for the lake. I extra pole. As the day went on, the fishing trip did not
II .t rodewith Dr. Ebert and the two other fishermen get any better. l caught two small trout and lost a big
aiseyparately. We agreed that Dr. Ebert would fish tif the doctor had been a little quicker with the
p I lffflead the way to the lake. Everything was running net, l would have had the fish in the boatl.
'W iis'a smoethly until I checked to see if our other carload Unfortunately, Dr. Ebert didn't catch any fish, but I
of fishermen was behind us. They were lost! We think he caught the flu.
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s This year's wrestling season has been a very good
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takes place all year long in pre-season and post-season
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the Oklahoma State wrestling camp. The
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and me. We learned a lot of new moves
every morning. There was a tough workout in
theiatternoonrlalso, which included Weightlifting and
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sneaking out to go to the movies after
and playing jokes on the guys in our dorms.
a very good time at camp and we plan to go
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our team to do so well this year.
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De Lucagiand David Gerber. We also have
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Todd Bycott, Mario Cabrera, John Camp, Vincent Castagna, Carrie
Chassie, Bill Checco, Bob Collins, Amy Cox, Hung Dao, Donovan
Davidson, Lee Davidson, Matthew De Luca, Dave Del Toro, Gina
Denio, Deidra Drake, Wesley Finlayson, Kathleen Finnegan, Katie
Flynn, Gerry Frey, Yuki Furumi, Matthew Garrett, David Garza, Bren-
dan German, William Grimaldi, Jack Grogger, Frank Hafer, Scott
Hamilton, Willie Hampton, Deborah Harris, Kelly Hawe, Marsha Hen-
driks, Thanh Ho, Yvonne Hofstatter, Young Hong, Todd Hoover,
Heather lger, Michelle Johnson, Jennifer Keany, Sean Keast, Bradley
Keil, Apryl Keller, Brett Keller, Shannon Kempton, Nadia Kennedy,
Paiam Khademi, Gregory Lambert, Tammy Lapine, Susan Leaming,
David Leon, Stephan Lewis, Mario Lopez, Andrea Luem, Theresa
MacDonald, Cesar Mairena, John Margaros, Chris Matherly, Scott
Matherly, Anila Mathews, Peter Matos, John McBride, Jenny
McCandless, Kelly McClanahan, Rebecca McGovern, Mark McGuire,
Heather McMillan, Blake Meech, Scott Michel, Bill Michels, Adjoa
Middleton, Johnny Miles, Jason Mitchell, Trui Mitchell, Paul Mohler,
Brett Montgomery, Miranda Morena, Scott Mottaz, Jamie Mullins,
Frank Muraca, Ryan Murphy, Heather Najera, Nghia Nghiem, Dai
Nguyen, Liem Nguyen, Long Nguyen, Christine Nicholson, Dina Nie-
mann, Thomas O'Halleran, Heather O'Malley, Khoren Ouzounian,
David Paleno, Kathryn Parker, Cindy Patterson, Charles Peltzer, Tina
Piper, Janai Pitts, Tracey Pough, John Puccio, Michelle Ranck, Keri
Randells, Laura Regret, Aaron Rickard, Daniel Robillard, Joseph Ro-
meo, Marci Rosen, Neda Rouhizad, Rachelle Rust, Meri Samuelson,
Jeff Sanders, Kelle Savala, Jason Seamans, Marc Slavit, Josh Smith,
Debi Snyder, Brian Stephani, Lisa Stephans, Diane Stiegler, Marc
Stoelzle, Marty Sweeny, Clarrissa Tafoya, Muoi Tang, Stephen Taver-
nier, David Thompson, Thomas Thorsen, Ronnie Tinoco, Jennifer
Townley, Linh Trinh, Casey Trujillo, Brett Tuck, Sean Vallin, James
Van Dixhorn, Geoffrey Van Haeren, Jordan Vit, Jacqueline Waldrop,
Nancy Wang, Jamie Waters, Nicholas Webb, Michael Webber, Rich-
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By Tu Duong
l remember it clearly. It was right after lunch, when it was com-
mon knowledge that the huge flocks of white seagulls would invade
our beloved place of learning. Herds of students rushed to their
lockers, always believing they were going to be late to their next
class and babbling about how their "darn" locker wouldn't open. I
snickered to myself, thinking how stupid they are wasting time
complaining to others that are around and forced to Iistenf
After we get the necessary books and folders, a particular girl
headed out into the unprotected "hallways" to the 100 and 200
buildings. She automatically put her folder over her head, imitating
others. I wondered why they had to do this since the chances of
being hit by the seagulls' digestive waste was supposedly fairly
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led to profane expressions of repulse and disgust. I finally realized
that that poor girl was struck by the poison of a vindictive seagull.
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Screeeech, beep, beep, screeeech . . . "Sorry Mom," I said non-
chalantly as my mom's face was just beginning to regain its natural
"It's O.K. Honey. Just try to stop before you turn the corner,
instead of after you've passed the sign, O.K.?"
I nodded in agreement and continued my never-ending journey
down Santiago Blvd.
Driving slowly became one experience that I wasn't confident
that I for my momj was capable of handling. The amount of things
to remember was immense, and I knew that I had to constantly
concentrate on the road. I refused to listen to my mom tell me to
act happy because she was not allowed to drive until she was
seventeen years old. I had just recently received my permit andl
was ready to take on the world, so into the traffic we went.
I think that once she saw that I was good, well . . . that I could
drive a car, she felt more secure about letting me go out with
friends who drive. As it did for me, your ability for inabilityj Could
affect your own freedom.
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By Cindy Radford
I felt so stupid! And, I guess, I was. It was the night of
Coronation and halfway to the dance I thought I'd forgotten
the tickets. I of I P I I i
We went ahead to the restaurant and when we got there, I
called my parents to see if they'd bring them up. I thought
for sure they would, but they didn't want to, so Chris and
Chad said they'd go all the way back to my house to get
them while we waited for our dinners. I
Well, everything went great untill got a phone call from
my mother. I wondered whatlhad happened. I got on the
phone and shestold me that the tickets weren't at home.
Just before we'd left, lhadsput them in my carry bag, and
they'd been in theltrunk of thecar thefwhole time. I wish she
hadn't done that because for the next 15 minutes I was
terrified of what they'd do to me.
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weren't as mad as I thought, especially Chris. I was so
relieved. I know I'll never do that again. I was so embar-
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By Cara Randall
Out of all the new and exciting things on this bigger, and yes,
more crowded, campus, I think what has touched me the most
are the students... Maybe it's just me, but I think that people
should slow down a little. Everywhere I go there's someone who
walks right into me like they thought they were a steamroller or
something! lAre there 'that manylnear-sighted people on cam-
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Did I sleep through some world torder'?: "All high school stu-
dents must walk into eachwother as a greeting." Call me old-
fashioned, but I would rather say i'hi" than be involved in a head-
on collision with injuries .ldetailsat elevenl on my way to math.
But in all fairness, their courtesy really does make up for it all.
People are so considerateg they sdon'tT even waste any of your
time to stop and say "excuse me". Now that's polite! l suppose
that's because they know, as well as I, that we have little time for
idle talk, thanks to the time-efficient schedule that has been
provided to us by the ever-so-gracious district.
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I never imagined that I could have so
many fun times and great memories of my
sophomore year. Everyone I talked to told
me that I would hate this year, but thanks
to my friends this has been a year to re-
Every weekend was the beginning of a
new chapter. It didn't matter whether my
friends and I were at a snail race or at a wild
party, we always managed to be laughing
It was also exciting meeting and getting
to know new faces. Believe it or not those
new faces influenced me the most this
year. They gave me the strength to go on
and achieve my highest goals.
Of course, this year also developed some
problems. I don't think any high school stu-
dent could say they didn't at least exper-
ience one. Luckily each problem helped me
grow as a person and something good al-
ways came out of it in the end. Memories
seem to come just like morning does. Every
day brings new memories. I feel fortunate
to hold on to these memories.
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Kim Morehouse, Kara Piantidosi, Tuan Bui, and Dan-
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drea Jensen and Suzannah Thrasher discuss the Lip
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Laura Rogers watch on as Juniors Todd Bycott and
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Pressure Builds .
So there he sat, bored beyond limits
ever experienced before. -Squirming for
no reason at all, but just to do some-
thing. He looked around the muggy
classroom, conforming students doing
their work just as told. Disgusting. He
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scribblingon.a piece of notebook paper
to pass the time. Trapped for an hour
and i fifteen minutes. 'The second hand
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veins bulged when he made a fist,
cracked some Knuckles, but he had al-
ready mastered the cordposition of his
hands a thousand times in boring sub-
jects. He took a brief look into the fu-
ture. Every day for the next five months
he would be sitting in the class practical-
ly brain dead with boredom.
Someone sneezed, then again. he
quickly looked up. Somebody replied,
"Bless you." Then the answer, "Thank
you" came. The thought of these polite
courteous people made his stomach
turn. lt made him realize, even more
desperately than before, how bored he
was. One hour and thirteen minutes left
of pure agony, his brain sogged down
with only thoughts of boredom repeat-
ing over and over again.
His temples began to flare, his heart
impetuously pounding against his inner
chest, his pulse ready to burst with ev-
ery vein in his body. His body began to
shake with every beat of his heart, his
mind unable to comply with any of the
elements. His hand gripped the pencil in
his fist tightly. Time was too slow. He
could see the pencil shatter into a mil-
lion pieces and the splinters slowly, so
slowly, drift to the ground.
His body was ready to explode with
anxiety. His lungs let out a tremendous
bursting yell, spewing blood and bits of
lung tissue from his mouth. At the same
moment he stood, his knees locked in
place, his back arched so his stomach
was forward and his head back. All
heads in the class slowly turned as if
everything but his mind was in slow mo-
tion. Screams and gasps of innocent
students echoed through the motion-
less inner space of his body. His fists
tightly clenched, one withthe splinters
that were once a pencil in it. Every mus-
cle in his body flexed simultaneously
and he burst.
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After being thrilled by the film "Fatal Attrac-
tion", freshmen Lana LaBrie, Dena Hayes, Nicole
Benson, and Lisa Warren decided that they need-
ed some excitement of their own. On that Friday
night, in Mrs. Benson's jeep, the four mischievous
girls drove factually swervedl their way up into
the Villa Park hills searching for a house to re-
landscape with toilet paper.
Yes, the wonderful art of toilet papering a
house has become one of their favorite extracurri-
cular activities. Finally amidst the darkness, the
perfect house appeared beyond the headlights -
an enormous white house, with a picket fence,
and lots of tall trees and fat bushes.
The girls jumped out of the car and headed
towards the nearest tree or bush. Just as the last
roll was unraveled, huge outside lights blinded
them, and they escaped towards the car. As they
fumbled into the car a figure appeared half
dressed in the doorway, looking around in amaze-
ment at his new land - even his trash cans.
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unsecured music wasescaping the music star1dS,l and
the pin on my cello kept collapsingrSo while le was
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being told of our mistakes, and there were plenty, by a
disturbed Mr. Polley. But what did l do in the heat of
silence . . . laugh! ' f L L
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stall asks for directions to the
bathroom while Dennis Elmore
gives the thumbs up to the pho
Ka Po Cheung
At the Coronation dance held at the Sequoia Athle- :Q
tic Club, Brandi Gonzales and Ronnie Porter gaze
into each others eyes.
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Too Much Is Never Enough
Since about 1983 the surfing scene and indus-
try has grown in leaps and bounds from a once
localized cult to a trendy sport. First it was the surf
t-shirt and bermuda shorts, but now it's Quicksil-
ver, Stussy, and Gotcha that have become the
style to be seen in.
Lately, once uncrowded surf spots have started
to become crammed with people groveling for
the best waves. Even surfing itself is becoming a
fashion statement, with flashy boards, color co-
ordinated wet suits, and matching zinc oxide.
What's next? Well, with its increasing popular-
ity it was only inevitable that surfing's organized
competitions, such as the OP Pro, would become
more popular. Professional surfing, once an un-
known factor of the sports world, has now begun
to show itself on the sport pages of local newspa-
On the weekend of November 7, two good
solid swells hit the California Coast. Due to their
direction and strength, they produced some of
the best waves of the past two years. Trestles and
San Onofre had consistent 4 to 8 foot peaks, and
the offshores produced clean and excellent waves
from dawn to dusk.
On Saturday and Sunday three Villa Park stu-
dents caught some of the best waves of their
lives. Above, Craig Hartman does a nice floater,
but below he's about to take it in the head. Above
right, Mike Olson pulls an off-the-lip on a good size
wave. Shawn Shamlou, far right, works a good
clean wave as he calls off another surfer. Rick
Cabanes, bottom near right, takes off on a clean
set wave, looking for the shoulder.
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Kammi S Lance
"Doug, wait up!" yelled Beth as she hurried to catch up tO her
Doug Byrnes and Beth Carpenter are one of the many happy
couples at V.P.H.S. Villa Park, like most high schools, is the corner
meeting place for kids looking for a date or even a steady. For Kammi
Genova and Lance Rabun, school has brought them closer together.
Outside of school, students also meet other Villa Park students and
sparks begin to fly. Did you know that Susan Tillou and Tim McNulty
met at an Oingo Boingo concert two years ago? That led to an
invitation to the Sadie Hawkins dance for Tim. lt's been going well for
them ever since.
"Tony and I met at Ryan Hayes' party last May," remembers Julie
Tricia 8 Shawn Julie 8 Tony
Tanya 6 Steve Susan S Tim
T L Beth S Doug
"Both Tim and I expected to only go
to the Sadie Hawkins dance as friends,
but it ended up like we were lifelong
friends," said Susan Tillou.
"lt's been two years since we've
seen anyone else," states Kammi Gen-
ova. "l don't plan to change things, and
l don't think he does either."
"Our relationship is very valuable," ex-
pressed Beth Carpenter. "We have fantastic
memories and high hopes for the future!"
"We went bowling the day before school
started in llth grade, and we've been togeth-
er ever since," Julie Mahony stated.
Tanya Harrington explains how
she and her honey get along. "We
are always together, and that is
what we're all about - together-
"We're not just boyfriend and girl-
friend," said Tricia. "We're best
friends. l love you, Shawn."
A Tanya Harrington and Steve
Foigelman stare lovingly into
each other's eyes.
PA Shawn Shamlou holds his
honey, Tricia Roby, close at
their romantic evening at the
I "Say Cheese." The happy
V.P.H.S. couples gather togeth-
er to show off their smiles.
PVA little bit of Hawaii for
couple, Kammi Genova and
Lance Rabun. Their good
friends Beth and Doug join in
V Beth Carpenter snuggles on
Halloween Dress-up day.
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AJennifer Galus, Shannon Dennis, and John
Genova take break from their tiring schedules by
relaxing on the grass at lunchtime.
p"Hey! Look at me!" Doug Byrnes, Pat Riley,
Alex Fassora, Kasey Nelson, Gerry Aschoff,
Frank Mandegar, Arash Nakhjavani, and Darrin
Redick display their machismo at lunch.
ppA Kevin Harting and Jason Johns make sure
they stand cool at lunch while chatting with their
yyAA Sophomores Amy Williams and Kristi
Silverberg return from the bathroom with their
original and patriotic potty pass.
1 ' 2 A
Can you tell the difference? Villa Park High has four classes this
year. We all know, but can you tell who is who?
We have a lot of underclassmen who already in the short period
of time have brought spirit and the ability to win to our school. In
our sports there are both freshmen and sophomores who have
made our varsity teams. Susannah Thrasher, for instance, is a
varsity cross country runner, and she's a sophomore.
Also in our academic clubs there are many underclassmen al-
ready making it big. For example, Robin Franks, a sophomore,
made this year's mock trial team when the usual team members
are juniors and seniors.
Of course our upperclasses are still holding strong to the reputa-
tion that VP deserves. There are plenty of seniors and juniors
working hard every day to make our school the very best it can be.
Take, for instance, Cathy Loss, the president of the Spanish Club
and also an attorney in this year's mock trial. Or Scott Rogers, a
junior at VP who's involved and spends a lot of time in SADD, vocal
music, and, as you might know, he's the mascot of our school. In
our own sort of way we're all pulling together to make VP number
one. Sure there is some teasing between the classes, there always
will be, but we all know that we've accepted the new class as part of
VP and it doesn't matter what grade you're in as long as you get the
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V Sophomore Gavin Arroyo and fresh-
man Neil Brockmeier show their origi-
nality by using their faces. This facial
expression is said to mean "Awana!"
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By Cheri Piest
Stress - a word that
seniors can define in
many ways. The final
year has arrived for
some of us, and as sen-
iors our duty is to deal
Seniors, do you re-
member the path of bit-
ing nails, late cram ses-
sions, and camping out
in your counselor's of-
fice? Remember the
dreadful SAT's or
When you're finally
prepared and you've
sent in your applica-
tionsg it's time to relax.
Wrong!! There is still the
pressures of growing up
- more responsibility
and parent pressures.
Seniors have a lot of
fun, but the also have
stress. This stress is un-
fortunately very neces-
sary. Think how scary
life will be if we aren't
prepared. Maybe some-
day the stress will stop
and seniors will enjoy
what is said to be the
happiest years of a per-
son's life. Whoever said
that obviously was never
6 John Watrous - a senior in control. With an SAT
score of 1340 and a math score of 800, he's definitely
going places. ln a family of accountants, John's goal in
life is not to have a desk job but to play baseball. "l
would love to play for the Royals, but l would also enjoy
any career involving sports business," he says.
John was senior class vice-president and also a mem-
ber of SADD and Honor Society.
With the future in mind, John's only remarks are,
"The desk job is definitely not for me."
1 Class entertainment: Brandy Newman does her fish lml
tation in Advanced Comp, a senior's way of coping.
1 Round two, Ding! Nikki Lampe and Mark McPherson take
out the pressures of finite math on each other.
No more high school!
- Paige McLean
Starting the future
- Shannon Pyne
- Sean Poulson
Making my own decisions.
- Nicole Vitale
Sleeping in all the time.
- Jeff Pollak
Higher levels of understanding and
accomplishmentsg and doing what l
want to do.
- Shanne Ho
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Schoolls out and kids are in a frenzie. "C'men
Dude, Letfs hit the surf!" or "'Grabthe ghetoblasler.
' Were .beach bouncl!" most
ill Summer has arrived and the parties are .begins
ning. It also brings new changes, such as hangouts,
c music, and favorite pastimes. McDonald's has al- llesa.
ways been the hot spot for a late night student
l Some of the rising bands that hit the top of the in Bntilsipoliilfm
charts this summer were U2, Los Lobos, Ratt, Cult,
and Debbie Gibson.
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Just"Gan't Stop Lovin' You" by
DL Howling in relief! Shawn Sham-
lou and Gregor Sarkisian let out ex-
citement after watching the waves
lb Nicole Vitale and Troy Johnson
search through the wide selection of
"hits" at Music Plus.
Uslpjg ls it edible? Cheri Piest and
Michelle Barks try to figure out
what Scott Parsons is doing to his
DD Back stage with Ratt, Rhonda
and Lanae Wright try to remain cool
while mingling with Steve Pearcy
and other singers from Ratt and Poi-
MelZlonald's 90W Seniors
Taco Bell 50 o .illlli0l'S
CarI's Jr. 70 0 Sophomores
cDonald's 6070 Freshmen
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Summer Fun 1
A "Hold the Mayo!" Tracy Townsend and Mi-
chelle Paul making a sandwich.
what do you hate most about work?
a A survey was sent out to select students of all
n classes, asking them if they are presently em-
d ls it necessary for students, in this day and age,
Because of our reputation as being a high soci-
ety city, many people think that the students at
Villa Park High School are given everything they
0 want and they don't work.
The fact is, however, that Spartan students
work in places all over Orange County. Some
Q work in Frozen Yogurt Shops, Pizza Parlors, De-
partment Stores, and clothes stores.
There is a lesson that l'm sure everyone must
know and which is so important, and that is to
earn the money yourself and not to think that it
will just be given to you.
Cheri Piest - fRed Eye Ware-
housei "I miss the Cosby Show."
Jill Roberts - fHeidis Frozen
Yogurtj "Not enough time to be
Michelle Barks - CHeidis Frozen
Yogurtj "closing and having to
clean everything up."
Lance Rabun -- QRabun's Glass
Co.J "I work for my Dad and he's
hard to work for."
Don Wolf - QWayne Howard
Jeff Olson - fJacobson and Ja-
cobson Law Officej "Some of the
criminals don't like Lawyers!"
Jackie Schulkey - QThings Re-
memberedj "having to put up with
all the rude and pushy customers!"
Shanna Crabtree - CPenguin'sJ
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Shanna Crabtree gazing at the frozen
yogurt she is making.
1 "Whoopii!" This is fun!" Michelle
Barks spooning Belgium Brownies on
the frozen yogurt.
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LA Leading to a victory, Anne Salzman prepares to hit the ball.
4 Jason Vandersluis runs breathlessly to the finish line at the
Santa Ana meet.
A John Genova topples El Modena defenders at the Homecoming
game. John rushed for 805 yards during regular season play.
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Coaches P. Smolanovich, R. Behnke, A. Haas, J. Cruikshank, P. Mahoney, R. Thrash. Row 5: S.
Creagan, C. Bell, M. Raum, E. Goodyear, C. Johnson, K. Kudron, J. Armstrong, C. Hartwig. Row
4: F. Soares, M. Cable, M. Noble, J. Priem, A. Angotti, B. Mortensen, K. Lynch, C. Smith. Row 3: L.
Atarian, T. Boycott, W. Miller, A. Fassora, J. Espinoza, D. Heidler, T. McNulty, B. Kell, J. Stewart
Row 2: T. Inga, D. Hall, B. Brown, S. Keast, J. Genova, M. Genova, B. Piper, K. Jacob, B. Hughes
Row 1: P. Carrier, L. Rabun, D. Byrnes, R. Davey, J. Chorbagian, C. Riley, M. Berbiar, R. Hayes, J
A John Chorbagian runs
for yardage at the Orange
I Fred Soares soars high
for a pass from Rob Davey
ln the Los Alamitos game
but couldn't come down
with the ball
PP Chip Smith and Scott
Creagan, both out for the
last half of the season as a
result of injuries, are con
soled by Tony Inga during
the Foothill game
PV Mike Noble returns the
ball to the Los Alamitos de-
1 ' Fw.
They Made Qs Believe!
l know we had a successful season
and l enjoyed football. QSort oily W.
There was no doubt in my mind
that this year's team was going to
tear up the Century League. R. Hayes
Our football team was one of the
best teams l have ever been on. l
loved hitting all the running backs.
The Hit Man L.D.C. 47 S. Creagan
This year's team always rose to the
occasion. The team took pride in
pounding our opponents. R. Davey
l think the team had a lot of talent
and potential with some dedication.
We worked hard in the weight room
in the off-season and we came togeth-
er as a team. I think those combined
into a deadly combination. J. Genova
We had determination, pride, and
team unity. There was no doubt that
we would be extremely successful.
l feel that this was the team. We
had the strength, speed, and talent to
beat everything in our way. J. Chor-
Revival of the Spartan. B. Braun
The 1988 Villa Park football team
broke away from the losing times. J.
We all worked hard for this year.
We had a lot to prove, and l think we
proved it. L. Rabun
Varsity Football 1
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AAA Scott Creagan, Fred Soares, and
Alex Angotti celebrate.
AA4 Lance Rabun stops an Orange de-
AA Chris Bell dives to block a kick.
A4 Alex Fassora corrals a Griffin.
A Doug Byrnes tries to pass a defender.
4 Chris Johnson, Jomo Stewart, Fred
Soares, Lance Rabun, and Mike Noble
tackle a Los Alamitos runner.
P John Genova takes a handoff from
by Katherine Tavoularis
These were changing times for the Villa Park Spartans. The team that
was expected to continue the recent string of losing seasons turned it
around. Football fever has come back to Villa Park.
The Spartans started the season off with a long awaited win against
Pacifica, 7-6. With this game the Spartans proved they were a teamg they
were not individuals anymore. This team was taking Villa Park to the CIF's
for the first time in IO years.
The wins continued until, playing El Toro, they lost IO-3. But the Spar-
tans played strong and tough football, they were determined not to lose
anymore. The Spartans broke another tradition by beating El Modena at
the Homecoming game, 27-18.
The team was also hit with a stroke of bad luck with injuries. First, at the
Irvine game, left defensive tackle Chip Smith's knee gave in, which eventu-
ally excluded him from the rest of the season. Next, tight end Scott
Creagan broke his ankle at the Santa Ana Valley game. Then Chris Bell,
like Smith, had a knee injury. And finally kicker Ryan Hayes pulled a
muscle at practice.
Considering all these injuries, the team still reached CIF. Their first game
against Capo Valley the Spartans won 21-20. Unfortunately the second
game they lost 30-27 against Los Alamitos. Even though the Spartans did
not reach the finals in CIF, they proved themselves CIF quality. Take a
good look Villa Park. These were The Fathers of the new Dynasty.
We really have come together as
an aggressive team, along with ag-
gressive attitudes. T. Inga
lt's been good to see our record
from last year hasn't affected our abil-
ity to play and win as a team this
year. T. McNulty
l would have to say we had the best
defense in the league. F. Soares
Defense was ready to knock some-
one's head off!! D. Byrnes
Defense did the job, it made the
team. We knew we were good, and
it's been proven. A. Fassora
Defense did the damage this year.
Villa Park, the year after. C.
We went out to avenge last season,
and we did. We could've played with
the best teams and beat them. B. Mor-
We were stronger, faster, and more
complex this year. We came a long
way, and we paid the price. ANGOT-
TIMANIA!! A. Angotti
The war is won or lost in the trench-
es. J. Armstrong
Villa Park 7 Pacifica 6
Villa Park 21 Katella 0
Villa Park 3 El Toro 10
Villa Park 17 Orange 0
Villa Park 19 Irvine 27
Villa Park 27 El Modena 18
Villa Park 35 S.A. Valley 21
Villa Park 21 Foothill 6
Villa Park 6 Santa Ana 20
Villa Park 14 Canyon 6
Varsity Football 1 81
elling eller All Along
by Sandy Kim to a
The sophomore football team thirsted for
excellence, and excellence they achieved!
As a result of their hard work and determina-
tion, they finished the season as Century
League Champions, boasting a 9 and 1 re-
Part of the credit goes to coach Russ Mur-
phy. "lt's tough dealing with 15-year-olds,"
Murphy remarked. They need to be pushed,
kicked, and given directions. But with their
coachable attitudes, they have finished the
season like a winner. ln other words, they are
just plain good."
The defense this year was excellent. The
middle linebacker, John Olea, and James
Hong, who played both offense and defense,
were two of the more noticeable players in
Coach Murphy, looking back at the sea-
son, proudly commented, "This year's team
was undoubtedly talented, and they con-
tained both physical and mental toughness."
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flst rowj G. Anderson, R. Smith, S. Norris, B. Campi, M. Salerno, B. Byrnes,
M. DeLuca, J. Yetter: 42nd rowj H. Shahinian, J. Love, R. Neilson, T. Bur-
nett, P. Estrada, M. Stephens, T. Cameron, M. Gemmill: 13rd rowi D. De-
Clark, J. Cruz, N. Linford, E. De La Riva, J. Hong, E. Helms, F. Santangelo, J.
Barton: 14th rowj B. Schroeder, T. Wilson, C. Casifora, J. Olea, T. Vance, T.
Bui, B. Stetler, R. Ramos, T. Vittetow, C. Vert, J. Naya, M. Johnson: 15th Wg. f 5 an
rowj Coach Mike Borowski, G. Johnson, T. Corona, C. Thompson, P. Hudd- in il 'F if J
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leston, J. Genova, J. Pratt, G. Bladow, K. Rickels, Coach Russ Murphy, J ' .
Coach Mike Enright.
flst Row:J David Leetch, Brian Merha, Aaron Boone, Brad Creagan, Jason Hos-
kins, Mark Slawson, Steve Talian 12nd Rowzj Bruce Haini, Matt Quint, Brian
Pearsall, Harold Lawhon, Pat 0'Rourke, Brian Graham, John Akhavi 43rd Rowzj
Coach John Anderson, Scott Warren, Mike Garvey, Jason Martian, Mike McGin-
nis, James Popejoy 14th Rowzj fmanagerj David Cantwell, John Holzworth, Ja-
son Ochoa, John Montgomery, Vince Walden, Matt Swope, Mike Redman, Jer-
emy Bloyd, Coach Frank Becker 15th Rowzj Mike Aguirre, Damon Becknel, Ryan
Hanson, Mike Mohler.
United We Stand:
Divided We Fall
"The team has courage, heart, and a great deal of desire to improve."
That statement, by Coach Frank Becker, said it all.
Coach Becker is new to Villa Park, just like the team itself. "lt has been a
professional goal to teach in a high school, and it is a thrill to be here," he
Led by outstanding players such as Brad Creagan, Pat O'Rourke, Mike
Aguirre, and Jason Ochoa, the freshman football team finished with a
record of 2 and 8. ln the first two games, the team started out strong,
defeating Pacifica 25-0 and Katella 14-O.
Due to the injuries of Jason Martian, Bryan Pearsall, Creagan, and other
first-string players, the team struggled during the last half of the season.
Still, they learned a lot about football and about working together in spite
of difficulties. Next year the struggle will pay off.
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14A Todd Corona, fully backed up
by his teammates, leads the charge
through the cheerleaders' sign before
44 Slotback Gary Bladow rolls out
on his way to a touchdown that proved
to be the difference as the Spartans
defeated Foothill 14-10.
QA Halfback Harold Lawhon looks
for his blockers as he turns upfield.
AQuarterback Aaron Boone scram-
bles as he looks for a receiver.
FroshfSoph Football 1
The THRILL of Viciorg
Y Kory Lynch demonstrates his ability to have what it
takes to be a winner.
F Celebrating their first victory at the Foothill meet, the
varsity team shows how hard work and determination
can be successful.
VP Phil Madison waits for the right moment to illustrate
to his opponent what he's made of.
PP Striving towards the finish, Todd M., Jason V., De-
vin S., and Steve K. stick together to prove to the oppo-
nent how confident they are in succeeding.
This year the boys' Varsity Cross Country team celebrated its first victory of
the season at Villa Park vs. Foothill. They have worked hard for this season
and this victory paid off for it. Losing some of their best players from last
year's seniors created a problem, but they demonstrated how even in the bad
times one must have faith. This victory illustrated that faith. They proved to
themselves and others that their time and effort was rewarding. Coach White
stated, "The Varsity ran very well against Foothill. The victory was against
young runners with no experience. With the league champions CFresh-Sophj,
we should have a good chance next year."
Vip. 38V2Qjfjf, 21 Seniors Sagmg Goodbge
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v.P. 45 ElModena
v.P. 31 s.A. Valley
Yasunori Fujii QJ.V.J - This is my first and last year here: then I will
return to Japan. I've had a good time and would like to thank them.
You're nice guys. Good luck V.P.X.C.
Dennis Spry QJ.V.fVarsityy - I would like to say
"face" to every doctor that said I would never run
again. Both teams had spirit all three years. Special
thanks to C.P., L.D., H.M., S.H., and Dad.
Jason Vandersluis Warsityj - This year's girls'
X.C. team was awesome, and I wish I could be here
next year for the boys' X.C. team because they'll be
great next year.
The Varsity team Qtopj Phil Madison, Jeff Walton, fmiddlej Marc Sleenhof,
Eric Davis, Kevin Sachg Qbottomj Kory Lynch, Todd McFadden, Cesar Mair-
ena, Jason Vandersluis, and Jeff Norman.
Boys' Varsity X Country
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PA David Ashby and Keith Deluca run side by
side determined to take their opponent.
PPA The J.V. team gets ready to race -
Scott A., Chris C., Loren P., Mark P., Darren S., V
and Eric D., while Colleen P., and Heather M.
cheer them on.
,FL Running towards the finish, Jeff Wal-
ton receives a time of 17:21 at the Foothill
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Varsity Cross Country, Heather
McMasters, Karen Longyear, Su-
sannah Thrasher, Colleen Preston,
Coach Dick Brunt, Lena Searrin,
Traci Ruble, Laura Doering, Amy
The Secret of Mg Success
h h By Coach Dick, Brunt r
This has been an exciting year
for girls' cross country and for
me. The 1987 team was the most
successful in Villa Park history in
performance and in attitude.
From the excitement and spirit of
Susannah Thrasher, to the quiet
determination of Laura Doering
and Traci Ruble, to the hard work
and guts of Karen Longyear, this
has been a dream year.
Especially satisfying has been
working with my two returning
seniors, Heather McMasters and
Colleen Preston. Out of a sopho-
more class two years ago of nine
runners, they are the only ones to
stick it out for threeryears. From
the depths of that sophomore
season to the heights of this
year's 6 and 1 record, they have
endured it ali. Their experience
and leadership has enriched this
team and has made us all better
for their presence.
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This year's girls' junior varsity
cross country team had a very suc-
cessful season, compiling a respect-
able record and finishing in third
place in the Century League. The
team started off the season by win-
ning the Las Vegas Invitational and
never looked back. The team was
led by Jennifer Nunez, who will
hopefully fill the fifth varsity spot
next fall, according to Coach Dick
"l think the best part of the sea-
son was running camp up in Mam-
moth," stated Kara Piantidosi. "The
team became a team, with the to-
getherness and unity that we en-
countered in the mountains."
"The most discouraging part of
the season was all the injuries on the
squad," recalls Nunez, "because
there was so much talent and hard
work lost due to the injuries."
"The funniest part of the season
was when some elderly people
threatened to call the police after
Kara had mooned them at a hotel in
Mammoth," Traci Ruble remem-
The most improved player on the
squad was Carrie Cash, and the
team strived to work together to
build a strong and spirited team. "I
feel this junior varsity team helped
to unite the underclassman and the
old timers," stated Nicole Benson. "I
made some really good friends on
this team this year."
QBack Rowy Carrie Cash, Beni Corazza, Jennifer Nunez, Lisa Pollok, Nicole
Benson! QFront Rowj Laura Hervig, Kristi Dorame, Ebol Giannini, Monica
Chavira, Kara Piantidosi, Roslyn Weissman.
4 Monica Chavira chases Lena Searrin,
who alternated between varsity and j.v.,
at Irvine Park.
V14 Lisa Pollok passes El Modena fans
who search in vain for the runners that
Lisa has left behind.
V4 M.V.P. Jennifer Nunez usually led
the Villa Park runners to the finish line.
Y The Most Improved Runner on the j.v.
rims' team was Carrie Cash.
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The varsity water polo team had an-
other successful season advancing into
C.I.F. for the thirteenth year in a row.
The team was led by Aaron Malo, Dave
Johnson, and Chad Barker.
ln the first round, the team defeated
Buena park 7 to 5. This moved them
into the second round where they met
with the second ranked team, Newport
Harbor, who later advanced to the final
round of C.l.F. lt was a close game, but
when the final buzzer went off, the Spar-
tans were defeated 8-5.
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the intense Foothill game.
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on one of his many goals during the
4 The coaches and teammates watch
the Foothill game with much concern.
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der, Chad Barker lunches a player from
AJerry Berman gets ready to knock
the ball away.
44A fTop to bot-
tomnj Dave Sammons,
Jerry Berman, Jeff Ol-
son, Dave Johnson,
Deron Matsuoka, Don
Wolf, Shawn Shamlou,
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up a prevent score on the stat sheet.
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Nari Takimoto, and Aaron Kosmin spectate.
4 Dave Sammons congratulates Kirk Kuli, Dan
Hare, and Don Wolf after the victory over rival
V Scot MacKenzie knocks down a lob shot taken
by El Toro.
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a victorious season as they won
the Los Alamitos tournament and
placed with the top teams in
many of the varsity tournaments
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feating Foothill 9 to 6. This win
made the Spartans undefeated in
league. When the players were
asked about their most exciting
moment during the season, they
responded . . .
"The most exciting thing this
year was beating Foothill and
winning our last game after a
come-from-behind victory!" Dan
Greg McFadden remarked, "l'll
never forget when I broke the
school record for the most con-
secutive shots missed."
"Winning both the Los Alami-
tos Tournament and Century
League are the two things l'm
never going to forget . . . " Don
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The frosh-soph water polo team
dominated even the most notorious
of schools this season: Newport
Harbor, El Toro, Capistrano Valley,
and Foothill. By beating Foothill,
the Spartans took first in league,
something no other previous soph-
omore team has done in the past
two seasons. They also won the
Canyon, Los Alamitos, and El Toro
The starting team included Gavin
Arroyo, Gary Larson, John Cleary,
Chris Taylor, Chris Kindt, and Eric
Johnson. ln the goal was Kenny
Yee. Leading the team in goals,
Gary Larson had this to say:
"Tough workouts, teamwork, and
excellent coaching from alumni
Steve Coates and Glenn Thomas
were what made the season suc-
cessful. But the key to all the wins
was our intensity, something
Coach Coates stressed the entire
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444 Kenny Yee gets high to
block a shot taken by El Toro
as John Cleary sits on the side
44 Gary Larson is getting
ready to put the ball into the
cage in the game against El
4 Gavin Arroyo makes the
pass while being defended by
an opponent from Mission
4 Front row: Ryan Gers-
bacher, Robert Kim, Ricky
Loss, Ricki Ozaki, Jerry Fol-
lett, Brian Sant. Middle row:
Coach Glenn Thomas, Marvin
Morris, Jason Wolfson, Mike
Kell, David Jones, Matt Klon-
owski. Back row: Neal Brock-
meier, Gavin Arroyo, Gary Lar-
son, Kenny Yee, Chris Kindt,
Chris Taylor, Eric Johnson,
John Cleary, Josh Woolery.
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Almost 60 girls tried out
for the 16 available posi-
tions on the 1987 girls' ten-
nis team, and this enthusi-
asm continued throughout
the season. Competition is
tough in the Century
League, so the varsity re-
cord of four wins and six
losses is not a true indica-
tion of the quality of the
Spartan players. The junior
varsity came out on the
plus side with a 6 and 4 re-
Kim Johanson was se-
lected MVP for the varsity
and Stephanie Seigel won
the honor for the j.v.'s. Five
girls reached the Consola-
tion Round Finals of the in-
dividual C.l.F. tournament:
Anna Ahn, Munique Her-
nandez, Megan Lee,
Shawna McCartney, and
Although the team loses
several graduating seniors
from this year's team,
Coach Billie Jean McCart-
ney expects to see an im-
proved team next year.
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Bartley, Munique Hernandez, Alex Wolfson, Erin Meyer, Shirley Wu, Nancy Kumamoto, Lisa Warren, Shawna
Carmela Birnbaum, Jill O'Neal, Julie Glesner, Wendy Sheri- McCartney, Megan Lee, QSitting right frontj Julie Alex-
dan, Joyce Kumamoto, Manager Geoff Glass, Coach Billie ander, Anna Ahn, Tobey Wu.
Jean McCartney, Stephanie Seigelg fbottomy Kim Johan-
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son warms ups before her
4A Shawna McCartney re-
turns a serve.
44 Erin Meyer shows her
intensity with a strong
A Megan Lee is one of the
graduating seniors who will
be missed next season.
Q Alexandra Wolfson
reaches for a backhand.
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great coaching lead io . . .
g i Varsity Volleyball i
Taking first in the Valencia Tournamentifor the second
consecutive yearg the Varsity Volleyball team kicked off
what was to be their most winnings season in several
years. i it i' l y i
gin the match against the'iCanyon Cornanches, the
Spartans cameback from a one gameto two deficit and
conquered their dadversariest. Thisiis somethingno other
team in the league managed to dog With Dana Arms
strong's serve, the kills andblocksby Suzie Barnett and
Anne dSalzmaQn, the outside hits from Gina Gonzales
and Keri Randels, the good sets by both Kim Waddell
and Dana, and the support from those who werefnot
playing all contributed to this unforgettable victory. y y
i The Spartanswent on tooplacesecond in the Century
League, thereby advancing to CLF. play.ln their first
round, they beatMiraleste three games to one, but were
beatenby La Habrao in the second round. Nevertheless, it
was a successful season which the entire teams can be
proud of, ' i y M f i l r o
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4 Suzie Barnett is skying for 1 of her 40 kills.
V Team Picture: ffront to back left to rightj Kim Waddell, Sheila Till, Robyn
Helmick, Stephanie Wills, Gina Gonzales, Dana Armstrong, Lisa Schilling,
Coach Mike Farrel, Suzie Barnett, Anne Salzman, Keri Randels, Amy Shi-
pley, and Linette Dodd.
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uper xciling un. piril. and riendship
I Awaiting the serve in the game
against Canyon, Kelly Bryant, Anita
Mathews, Caliene Isaacs, Siouxsie Da- 5
vis, Jennifer Yahiro, and Evonne
Caouette get ready for the return as
Coach Smith and the rest of the team
watch from the bench.
PP Stephanie Hill holds her arms aloft
in triumph after a hard-earned Froshf " 51
Soph victory over Canyon while Jamie
Franco gives Andrea Jensen a hug and
the entire team celebrates.
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a shot while Siouxsie Davis helps with a
little leg English.
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proved Player Andrea Holstein, Ulfliddlej Jennifer Yahiro, Siouxsie Davis,
Kelly Bryant, Colleen Sanborn, Cindy Patterson: QFrontQ Coach Sherry
Smith, Anita Mathews, Donna Hernandez, Kristin Schwalm. Not pictured is
the Most Inspirational Player, Amy Smith.
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fTopJ Coach Dave Shelton, Alison Parsons, Karin Steensland, Audrey McEl-
roy Brandi Gonzalesg Ulfliddlej Caprice Power, Steph Hill, Chris Lemburg,
Victoria Valenzuela, Dawn Spencer, Nikki McAlister: QFrontJ Andrea Jensen,
Cathy Juhn, Jamie Franco, Shelley Suh, Jeanette Yahiro.
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The junior varsity volleyball team started
the season with many new faces. After los-
ing seven of their first eight matches, the
team began to reap the benefits of hard work
and dedication, finishing league play by win-
ning four out of their last six. Coach Sherry
Smith attributed the turn-around to hard
work on individual skills.
The froshfsoph team also finished the sea-
son with a late surge, bringing their final re-
cord to six wins and six losses. Coach David
Shelton felt that during the final weeks of the
season his squad, led by team M.V.P. Andrea
Jensen and a strong serving attack, was as
good as any in the league.
"Emphasis on improving basic skills and
aggressive team play made the girls a very
competitive unit on the court," Shelton stat-
Sophomore Karin Steensland added,
"We had a great team this year . . . it was
super exciting fun, spirit, and friendship, and
no other year will be the same."
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Creagan, Scott Parsons, Chris Marvin, Bob Miller, Jeff Parker, Mark McPherson, Coach Frank Palminteri, Ron Porter, and Ed
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By Katherine Tavoularis
This year's Varsity Basketball team was led by second year coach Frank Palmin-
teri. The Spartans had sixteen players this year with only one junior, Chris Johnson,
who played well last year and was moved on to varsity this year. Forward Scott
Creagan was also added to the team after taking a year off. These two additions were
a great factor in the team unity which was obvious this season.
The Spartans also had exciting and heated games against El Modena and Foothill.
"We tried our best, that's all l can say, and that's all l think anyone expected,"
replied forward Scott Parsons.
The players also had their own characteristicsg Ed Johnson with his outside shot,
Steve Waldrip and his awesome layups, Ron Porter's support and drive for the team,
Mark McPherson with his outstanding passes, Roger Branstine's excellent defensive
moves and Chris Marvin's hustle down the court. But coach Frank Palminteri was the
most valuable player with his support and dedication to the team, and his undying
pride of being a Spartan.
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Creagan battle each other for the
rights to a rebound in the Or-
44 The spartans cheer on Mark
McPherson during the pre-game
4 The Spartans start out on a
sour note, losing against the
A Guard Jeff Parker puts all his
effort into his layup.
47 Steve Waldrip walks on air
at the Esperanza game.
V Forward Roger Branstine gri-
maces as he fights for the re-
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My favorite player is Kareem-Abdul-Jabbar. No one has played as long or
consistently as this forty year old giant. Whenever you need a basket you
can count on him to come through. S. Parsons
My favorite player is Vinne Johnson of Detroit because he has a good last
name and is a good shooter. E. Johnson
N.B.A.'s greatest is Ervin "MAGIC" Johnson, he has great leadership quali
ties, and helps kids say "say no to drugs". C. Marvin
Ralph Sampson is great because he can dribble the ball from coast to coast,
but Michael "AIR" Jorden is the most dominate, kind of like Steve Waldrip.
Danny Ainge of Boston shows me how to play the game from the three point
line. He has been my idle for the past ten years. T. Johnson
artful f" -
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as he blocks a pass from the opponent.
1 Coach Palminteri gives pointers to
Scott Parsons on how to stop the Pan-
A Forward Scott Parsons takes a
chance at the Esperanza game.
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PY Ken Adkisson, Scott Gibson, Chris Kirby, Bryan Reeves, Jay Pearsall,
Sean Calahan, Matt Reekstin, Mark Howery, Tammer Attallah, Aaron Curtis,
Mark Malo, James Kusuda, Sokkan Kimpau, and Jason Martian.
V James Kusuda leaps high for a layup.
YP Forward Matt Reekstin battles his way for a basket.
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The junior varsity basketball team
was led by second year coach, Bob
Giuffre, and showed some good prom-
ise for the upcoming year. Even with-
out junior Chris Johnson, who skipped
to varsity, they seemed to have a quick
balanced team. The J.V. had three un-
derclassmen play up: Chris Kirby,
Shaun Chalahan, Jason Martian. The
front line was headed by Matt Reekstin,
Mark Howley, Scott Gibson, "AC" Cur-
tis and Calahan. While Kirby, Sokkan
Kimpau, James Kuraday and Mark
Malo play the guard position. Kirby, a
sophomore, was outstanding for the
third position line, and showed great
"I think it was a pretty good year,
although it was bad to lose many close
games," replied Aaron Curtis.
The J.V.'s theme was to play a
"JYD" or junk yard dog type defense,
and to get the crowd ready for the varsi-
ty game. They also gave quality playing
minutes to future varsity prospects.
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Woolery, John Holzworth, Brad Creagan, Mark Slawson, Matt Quint, Mike
Ciriza, John Wheat, Chung Hung Wu, Aaron Boone.
Mike Tomilnson, David Lombardi, Ben Abitan, Eric Boroughs, Joe Naya,
Doug Cannon, Mike Olgilvie, Ken Donley, Joe Jaibran, Steve Wallace, Dan
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The sophomore team was led by veteran Coach
Dennis Moody. Moody had one of the toughest sea-
sons of his coaching career, experiencing various sick-
nesses and inconsistent play. Although the team
lacked shooting and well-rounded play, their attitude
and motivation was always excellent. One thing that
can be said is that the team was in excellent condition
and always fought to the last second. Hopefully the
roller coaster year will not hamper next year's Junior
"Even though we were rarely ahead in the fourth
quarter, we still weren't tired and fought to the end,"
remembered Dan Waldrip, a promising forward on the
team. "I think that if all the guys work hard in the off
season, we will have a competitive team this year."
The freshman team was the only Villa Park squad
with a winning record, being coached by Brad Beyer
and David Blackney, formerly of Cerro Villa. They had
a short yet strong squad. Jason Martin, who skipped
up to J.V. was missed by the team. Yet, Aaron Boone,
Mike Ciriza, Josh Woolery, and John Holzwarth took
up the slack. Matt Quint, P.J. Lickl, Kip Parsons, and
Chad Yun provided strong bench support.
P Alex Vicario soars to the hoop with power.
P The freshman team listens as Coach Beyer explains their
tactics at halftime.
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Jeanette Yahiro played excellent defense in the Canyon game.
Bottom row: Jeanette Yahiro, Lori Matsuoka, Jodi Ross,
Jennifer Yahiro, Karin Yamasakig Top row: Stacy Shimoda, Suzannah
Thrasher, Yvonne Caouette, DeAnna Hampton, Linette Dodd, Ronda
Strawn, Coach Pat Schnell.
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The girls' J.V. basketball team has
done well this season with a record of 6
and 4. Second year coach Cheryl Tom-
linson did an excellent job leading her
girls through their exciting season.
Team member Jamie Franco felt that
the team had its ups and downs but
came through it all with a positive out-
"We should have won more games
with all the hard work we put in, but l
feel we did pretty well anyway," she
Next year's J .V. team will undoubted-
ly do as well as this year's as a result of
many of the players returning.
the all ounces
With a record of 5-2, the
girls' Frosh-Soph basketball
team has done well. This
team was led by Ginger Ba-
sehoar, Tiffani Ferraro, Alli-
son Parsons, Lisa Schilburg,
and Kerry Saukkola.
Coached by Phyllis Perez, a
Spanish teacher here at Villa
Park, the team had a lot of
fun and enjoyed participat-
ing. Allison Parsons, one of
the five starters, felt really
privileged to be on "one of
the best teams." "I was glad
to be on a successful team
with players who worked
well together," she said.
Next year's team will lose
most of its starters, but with
all the new freshmen com-
ing in, the team should do
just as well and will hopeful-
ly have an even better sea-
444 Amy Shipley moves in and takes
a six foot jumper from the middle of the
A44 QFrom bottom to topzj Dawn
Spencer, Jamie Franco, Robyn Kerfoot,
Hilda Delgadillo, Shelly Suh, Tiffany
Franco, Andrea Jensen, Sephanie La-
violi, Tory Valenzuela, Amy Shipley, Lou
Smithson, Julie Lefler. Not pictured: Mi-
chelle Damato, Suzie Murray, and Coach
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Modena's defense to score 2 points.
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ling, Vanesa Stimac, Corina De Los
Reyes, Karin Steensland.
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Stephanie Hill, Ginger Boshoar, Jenny
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After one of their most successful sea-
son ever last season, this year's 1987-88
boys' varsity soccer team ended up with a
17-7-2 record overall and a second place
finish in the Century League.
Although the team improved in games
won, many players thought they could
have ended with a better season.
"We've been very unlucky this year,"
commented Junior Tony Lanzone. "We
lost two league games against our rival
Canyon on two unfortunate goals."
This season, the team possessed one of
the most potent balanced players in the
Senior Jeremy Amen was named First
Team All League and selected Co MVP
with Canyon's Brian Lou.
Other first team selections were Top
Goal Scorers Derek Lljiki and Mark Wiede-
man, and Brian Wilson controlled the De-
Junior Dave Wetzler was solid in goal
this year and Junior Mike Noble was
ln CIF, Villa Park faced the Servite Fri-
ars, at Servite in the first round. They lost
1-O, which ended the season and ruined
their hopes for further play.
lt will be interesting next year to see if
they can repeat what they have accom-
plished the last two seasons.
The 1988 Varsity Soccer Team: lst row Jeremy Amen, Robert Burnette, Derek Lljiki, Jeff Peterson, Mark
Wiedeman, Chris Hennessey, Nick Freckg 2nd row Coach Kevin Peterson, Karl Arnold, Darren Reddick, Kevin
Yee, Brian Wilson, David Wetzler, Tony Lanzone, Shais Khan, Richie Skinner, Kade Kudron, Mike Noble.
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by Troy Johnson
The 1987-88 girls' varsity soccer team made a if
complete turnaround from last season. After ex-
periencing a dismal 3-4-2 record in league a year ,
ago, their" record increased twice in wins with a
first place 6-2-1 record. They later advanced to the V,
first round of C.l.F. playoffs.
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tion. Other returners Nikki Lampe, Linda Broad-
way, and Rachelle Rust included their steady play
throughout the season.
The top newcomers were Suzi Barnett, who
decided to play soccer instead of continuing with
basketball and who led in goals scored, freshmen .u-wh ., 'mf
Jennifer Fitzmaurice and Stacy Prettyman, who
gained experience in their first seasons, and Bar-
bara "Bam" Concannon, who handled the net.
Another key to this year's team was staying
healthy with no injuries, which led to the downfall
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Jenny McCandless, Rachelle Rust, Nikki Hagan, Benni Corazza, Nikki Lampe, bottom - Lisa
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by Troy Johnson
With many inexperienced play-
ers and with nobody returning
from last season, this year's Girls'
Junior Varsity team went through
a downfall again this season.
First year coach, Chris Michal-
zyn fielded a team that had many
talented Freshmen and Sopho-
mores. The top freshmen were
fullbacks Linda Scollick and Joan-
na Garfein, forward Caprice Pow-
er, and goalies Katie Frackelton
and Amy Lewis.
There were three top sopho-
mores that added steady play
throughout the season. Halfbacks
Christina Cha and Julie Lampe
controlled the midfield, while
Stephanie Siegal provided the of-
The lone junior was Kim Jo-
hanson who also played well and
gave the much needed leader-
"We played really well," stated
Linda Scollick, "but we did not
play as a team."
Foothill and El Modena were
strong in talent which gave the
Spartans their toughest competi-
tion, while the only tournament
they competed in was the La
Quinta Classic held in December.
220 JV Soccer
The Junior Varsity team members are Christina Cha, Cari Donovan, Leigh Donovan,
Katherine Frackelton, Joanna Garfein, Kim Henning, Kim Johanson, Ramona Johns,
, Kathy Kunsch, Julie Lampe, Chris Lemburg, Amy Lewis, Nicole McAllister, Heather
McCormick, Theresa Mendoza, Madhuri Parson, Caprice Power, Traci Ruble, Dana Sa-
las, Linda Scollick, Lena Searrin, Stephanie Siegal, Jennifer Smith, and Kathy Stark.
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his talent by pinning his opponent
in the first period.
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Jimmy Obleda, Brian Forten-
baugh, and Bob Piper were the
only five wrestlers to advance to
44 Eric Peterson attempts to
break down his opponent. Eric is
the only freshman on the Varsity
4 Jason Lehman applies a "whiz-
zer" to prevent his opponent from
getting a takedown.
44 Wrestlers Bob Piper, Tim
Mcltlulty, Martin Foigelman, Brian
Fortenbaugh, Marty Strayer, David
Gerber, Coach Mike Morrison, and
Matt Deluca earned and 2nd place
trophy at the Brea-Olinda Varsity
Todd Mei spins around his
opponent to earn his takedown
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match shows on the faces of assis-
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Lack of Numbers Limits J.V.'s Success
Frosh!Soph league Finals
Brady Shroder - heavyweight -
Jeff Prait - heavyweight - 3rd.
Randy Paulson - 129 - 2nd.
Joe Love - 178 - 4th.
P Jason Reynolds turns his Santa Ana
Valley opponent to his back and later
scores a pin.
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a two point takedown.
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Due to lack of participants, the
J.V. team was not very competi-
tive against the other tough Cen-
tury league schools. The J .V. team
could only fill eight of thirteen
weight classes, thus awarding the
opposing teams 30 points in for-
feits. They did however, manage
to record victories against SAV
and Foothill. They made a very
tough showing in the J.V. Century
League Finals also.
The team was led by the consis-
tent and outstanding perfor-
mances of Ty Helzer Qjuniorj, Erik
Peterson ffreshmanj, and Jim Hall
fsophomorej. Other wrestlers that
have come a long way and made
vast improvements over the year
include Randy Paulson fsopho-
morey, Andy Gillete fsophomorej,
Jason Reynolds fsophomorel, Ger-
ry Frey Qjuniorj, and Joe Love
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coach Frank Paulson, "lf the Spar-
tans can keep everyone out for the
team and acquire some new talent,
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How many John Genova's do you need to trade for a Tony
Inga, or how many Tony lnga's do you need for a Tom Roth or a
Right now there are no young kids bargaining for the bubble
gum cards of the Villa Park Spartans, but, who knows, some of
this year's players may have the talent to make it in the majors
ln the meantime, the hot sun beats down on the "new look"
baseball field and the crack of the bat gets the crowd roaring as
Chris Johnson hits a homerun to right centerfield, 400 feet over
the new 8 foot fence.
The sun's scorching rays hit the batter on the deck, Jake
Alvarez, as he takes some vicious cuts.
"We have a tremendous drive to win," stated coach Dave
Ochoa. "lt's our togetherness that keeps us going. Even at our
low points we come together as a team and lift each other's
Tony "kaos" Chris "Peppers"
Pat "rileyballs" Danny "rocky"
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A Shortstop, Tom Roth tags a runner out.
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SWINGING INTO ACTION
by Scott Parsons
Mike Borowski, a Villa Park graduate, took over the
boys junior varsity baseball team this year. "Each play-
er really tried to improve during the season," stated sec-
ond baseman Scott Hamilton. "We should have a very
competitive team next year."
The team was no stranger to the varsity squad with
whom they practiced almost every day. The pitching staff
was strong, being headed by Gary Bladow, Mike Johnson,
Chris Salazar and Kurt Larson.
"Usually we'd practice for an hour and a half with the
varsity, and then hit the batting cages," added Hamilton.
"We really worked on improving our hitting."
"The best thing about this season is that we are having
fun and our coach is cool," ended Hamilton with a smile.
The soph-frosh team kicked off the season with winning
five out of their first six games.
"l think we can probably win Century League, and we
have been playing really well," stated catcher Alex Vicarrio.
The team relied on strong pitching by sophomore Todd
Wilson and Shawn Calahan with the hot spots being Cur-
tis Duvall at first, Brad Etter at second and Viccario at the
Coach Moody picked out a different player before each
practice to present an oral report about a contemporary
topic. "The kids really enjoyed the orals," stated Moody.
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The girls' varsity softball team started slowly in
1988, but after tough competition in the Canyon
tournament and their annual Santa Maria trip dur-
ing spring break, the team was ready to vie for
their 6th trip to the C l F play offs in the last seven
years The Spartans were led by all CIF shortstop
Suzie Barnett and all leaguer Gina Gonzales at 3rd
We were all really good friends and had a
blast together stated Linette Dodd looking
back on this year This season really had pleas
Coach Dave Shelton led his Spartan girls into
the treacherous Century league which was hard,
especially after graduating Deanna Kurose and
"lt hurt us losing them, but we also lost four
other players said Gonzales Losing those play
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improve to fill their vacancy
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A Scoring Machine
by Troy Johnson
With a new appearance, this year's junior varsity soft-
ball team had their hands full trying to defend their co-
championship season just a year ago.
They began the season with a 6-2 record overall. One
highlight was defeating rival Orange 11-1. Another was
finishing fifth out of sixteen teams in the Los Amigos
The only downfall during the course of the season was
a hand injury to freshman Tory Valenzuela and elbow
problems to returning pitcher Jodi Ross.
Many top performances were accomplished by fresh-
men Jamie Franco and Brandie Gonzales and sopho-
mores Michelle Damato and Robyn Kerfoot.
The Century League this year provided tough competi-
tion, with Foothill and Canyon giving the Spartans their
"We had a strong team this year with great athletes,"
commented coach Cheryl Tomlinson. "There's a lot of
talent out there, and we did well with it."
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By Shawn Shamlou
As the beginning of swim season rolled
around, Coach Ehrlich needed "a few good
men" to be in his infamous animal group. I
thought it would not be too rough and, being
a senior, I agreed. The animal group's sched-
ule goes as follows: in the morning Tues,
Thurs, Fri, swim for 1 hour before schoolg M-
W, lift weights.
After the first week, I soon realized why
they are called the "Animal Group." If there
is any question from a group member, the
answer is always," because you're an ani-
mal," and that seemed to suffice. However, I
soon got used to the schedule and found it
an extremely rewarding experience.
As far as the whole team goes, we should
have one of the strongest finishes ever in
C.I.F., because when meet time rolls around,
we do it "Animal Style."
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block in the 200 freestyle vs. Sunny Hills.
4 1 Varsity swim team members: Darren Scott, Greg Al-
len, Gary Larson, Lanny Webb, Scot MacKenzie, Aaron
Malo, Shawn Shamlou, Jerry Berman, Greg Larson, Chad
Barker, Eric Owens, Kirk Kuli, Gavin Arroyo, Damon Butler,
Greg McFaden, Don Wolf and Nari Takimoto.
A A Greg Larson anchors the 200 medley relay as junior
Dave Johnson touches in.
4 Sophomore varsity swimmer Gavin Arroyo concentrates
before the start of his race.
A Senior Greg Larson qualifies for C.l.F. in the 100 yard
GIRLS' M. M
Tara Bolsi, Shawna Scollick, Kerri Cron, Danielle Deak, Sherri
Haarberg, Kara Piantidosi, Maggie Dunn, Linda Scollick, Heather
Lazof, Elizabeth Krawczyk, and coach Kris Michalyzn.
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their next heat.
A A The board of directors.
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I Shawna Scollick swims the backstroke with a look
of pure determination.
I I Kara Piantidosi has a good laugh before her heat.
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Every school day a group of ten hardy young
women get up at 5:00 am. to swim in the waters
of the Villa Park pool. Under the guidance of
their coach Kris Michalyzn, they swim in the pre-
dawn hours honingftheir swimming skills. This
group of girls is the girls' varsity swim team.
Led by C.l.F. qualifier Shawna Scoliick, the
team poses a threat to every team that they
meet, and in the Century League they are in
tight competition for the championship with
Foothill High School.
lt is inevitable that V.P. and Foothill will face
off for the Century League title. However even if
the team is defeated by Foothill each girl has a
chance to prove to herself how good she truly
is. This chance comes at Century League finals
where the girls have a chance to compete with
the best girl swimmers from each school. It's at
this meet that the true winners are decided.
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The competition was good . . . they had to be better. JV girls swim team: Coach
Noelle Cleary, Amy Accornero, Shannon Pippin, Rebecca McGovern, Sandra
Evans, Amy Lewis, Marissa Poulos, Carrie Lewis, Tobey Wu, Jana Willey, Lisa
Greenberg, and Erin Woolery
By Scott Parsons
lt's 5 a.m. and most people in this
hemisphere are sawing zz's in their J
cozy bed. This is not true for some of Q
the dedicated girls' swimmers who 1
attend the optional morning workout i
which lasts from 5:15 to 6:30 a.m.
"I didn't like getting up at 5:00, but
after the workout I felt good and re- .
freshed," stressed Erin Woolery, a
senior on the team. She later com-
mented, "l did like the morning wor-
kouts better than the ones in the
The team was lead by coach
' Noelle Cleary, a college student.
They enjoyed a competitive year, but
also had fun and gained many friend- . ML-fr.
"We all worked really hard on im-
proving our times," stated Woolery,
"even if we didn't do well as a team.
Everyone still seemed to be improv-
ing all the time."
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freshman Amy Lewis on her new accom-
plished time in the freestyle race.
I Sophomore John Cleary awaits his turn
in the 200 medley relay as Kenny Yee, a
sophomore prepares to start.
Three swimmers with little exper-
ience, Josh Woolery, Erik Johnson,
and Kenny Yee, made a quick im-
pression on coaches Ehrlich and
Johnson early in the season. ln addi-
tion, sophomore John Cleary, an age
group swimmer who transferred to
3... Villa Park from Servite, added opti-
mism to the future outlook.
These newcomers, along with ex-
perienced seniors Scott MacKenzie,
Greg McFadden, and Don Wolf,
joined the varsity in winning the team
championship at the Sonora Relays
early in the season. ln March the j.v.'s
finished second behind Foothill at the
Canyon Relays, even though they
had to swim without junior Dan Hare.
As usual, the j.v.'s battled Foothill
again for the Century League cham-
pionship, which was held this year in
the Spartan pool.
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as they start their backstroke race in an at-
tempt to beat their competition.
AFreshman Amy Acornero prepares to
swim the butterfly, the event in which she
succeeded in knocking 5 seconds off her
time early in the season.
Experience shows as they swim the extra mile. j.v. boy's team: Josh Woo-
lery, Jason Anderson, Robert Kim, Chris Kindt, Matt Klonowski, Kenny
Yee, Qhris Taylor, Neil Brockmeier, Bruce Mason, Richard Hikida, Jerry
Fgllett, Ryan Gersbacher, Rickio Ozaki, Jason Wolfson, Dan Hare, Eric
Johnsqn, Ricki Loss, Marvin Morris, Kip Parsons, David Jones.
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By Chris Marvin
As the crowd watches a 12-lb steel shot fly
through the air and land around 54 feet they
are amazed at the distance of the put. Behind
this giant throw is a two year Varsity Letter-
man, John Armstrong. John is a credit to
Villa Park's track team. He placed first in
league last year and is ranked in the top 5 in
C.l.F. The school record is 58 feet 9V2 inches
established by Ed Labake in 1973. Johnls
goal is to beat the record and is very serious
towards it. He spends his own time on week-
ends throwing and improving his technique.
John and fellow shot putters Jay Benge and
Chris Marvin, took the gold medal in the
Katella Relays with the combined score total
of 142 feet. Varsity Shot putters hope to win
most or all of the remaining meets until C.I.F.
Boys Var. Track: Ken Canten, Jay Benge, Kevin Sach, Chris Marvin, John
Armstrong, Colin Hartwig, Jeff Walton, Alex Angotti, Marc Sleenof, Fred
Sores, K.C. Nelson, Kory Lynch, Brian Wilson, Kyle Lynch, Kyle Snailum,
Eric Ebell, Tim McNulty, Randy Baldrige, Scott Enders, Brad Creagan,
Austin Dunn, Travis Cooper, Paul Walter, Tein Bui, Brett Braun, Blake
Meech, Nick Freck, Mike Berbiar, Dennis Spry, Jeff Peterson, Jim Wood,
Robert Burnette, Brian Fortenbaugh.
Boys J.V. Track: Coach Day, Chris Meyer, Keith Deluca, Scott
Letrel, Brett Kell, Pat Orooke, Brad Creagan, Mark Sleenof, Scott
Enders, Joe Roony, Joe Marxs, Andy Gillet, Mike Maffai, Brian
Grahm, John Holzwarth, Eric Peterson, Thuan Bui, Keith Amen,
Todd McFadden, Andy Bellis, David Canten, Mike Tomlinson,
Dave Ashly, Jason Verbegr, Mike Ogilvie, Matt Swope, Mike Ca-
meron, Mike Redmen, Jim Popejoy, and Matt Hines
4 4 4 John Armstrong puts the
shot for another league victory.
4 4 Jay Benge concentrates hard
as he throws the shot.
4 Flying high Mike Noble gives
great effort in the long jump.
V Mike Noble and John Priem
make a smooth hand off in the re-
Boy Vr. Track
VPHS track has only winners, but only a
few can be . . .
THE BEST OF Tl-IE
By Clarissa Tafoya
As students rush to their last class of the day, the
VPHS track team, sporting their spikes and own per-
sonal workout attire, advances to the track field. The
boys line up under the supervision of Coach Dave
White, as the girls gather around Coach Russ Murphy
ready to begin another glorious day under the sun to
arise as the winning Villa Park track team.
Jim Cruickshank coaxes the powerful shotput and
discus throwers: Jay Benge, John Armstrong, and Mi-
chelle Paproski. Robert Burnette seems the best bet in
the hurdles under Dick Brunt's supervision. Warren
Day and Russ Murphy teach the ropes to the excellent
sprinters: Tien Bui, Kyle Lynch, Mike Noble, and Amy
Smith. Dave White builds up the distance runners'
endurance to produce the spectacular Kevin Sach,
Kory Lynch, Laura Doering, and Karen Longyear.
Brian Fortenbaugh can be seen flying through the
air in his pole vaulting event. Brian Wilson and Beth
Byron are experts in the fine art of high jumping. Ca-
lieine Isaacs excels in the triple jump, and Jeff Peterson
masters both the long and triple jump. Frank Becker
supervises these events with his skill and knowledge,
as do the other fine coaches in track. The VPHS track
team had a successful season filled with continuous
talent and longlasting friendships which hopefully will
be spread on others for years to come.
P A Robert Burnette, Dave Hall, and Brett Braun clear
the first hurdle in the varsity 330 hurdles against Brea.
Junior Robert Burnette finished in first place.
I Hang in there, Amy! Sophomore sprinter Amy Smith
keeps her stride against Brea opponent.
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Fortenbaugh displays his strategic pole
vaulting moves. This event calls for pre-
cise timing and skill.
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the air earning him first place in the long
jump against Brea. He proved to be a
valuable player in this event along with
the triple jump.
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Connel are being led by Christina Cha in a race against time!
By Jake Alvarez
Girls' track has grown not only in wins
but in numbers. Last year there were only
enough girls for a complete varsity team
and a few junior varsity members. This
year girls have come out in great num-
bers, doubling the number last year. The
increase in numbers may be because of
the freshmen on the team but it may also
be from a yearning to win and better them-
Being ffl, having fun, and staying in
shape are a few goals for the G.G.O.T.
fGorgeous Girls Qf Trackj.
Next year the team is looking forward
to having a number of returners to keep
the team as up in the rankings as they can.
Although winning is not everything, the
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nah Thrasher, Kim Barks, Shelly Suh, Coach Murphy, Jonell Enriques, Mindy Stump. fkneel-
ingy Jenifer Raworth, Teresa Mendoza, Dawn Franks, Nicole Smith, Lisa Pollok, Michele Po-
proski, Stephanie Alber, Stephanie Connel. fsquattingj Caprice Power, Lena Searin, Caliene
Isaacs, Beth Byron, Clarissa Tafoya, Brandi Newman, Valerie Wallace. Qsittingy Soanna Gar-
fein, Nargess Akhavi, Christina Cha, Michele Kee, Cindy Norman, Colleen Sanborn, Carmela Girls Track
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their way. ' iifii -f
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by Troy Johnson
Last year, the boys' varsity tennis team finished 3rd
over all in the Century League, and earned a trip to CIF.
During pre-season, this year's team faced top
ranked teams such as Newport Harbor and Marina and
had tough matches against Fullerton and Saddleback.
The top three players in singles competition were
three year lettermen Paul Archibald, Brandon Garr,
and junior Naresh Parson. All three players played
extremely well throughout the season.
Second year coach Sherry Smith was very pleased
with them. "I was fortunate to have these fine play-
ers," she commented.
Other seniors that performed well in doubles compe-
tition on the varsity and jv level were Todd Grant, Matt
Fairbank, Craig Hartman, Gregor Sarkisian, and Dat
Nl enjoyed my three years of tennis here at Villa
Park," said Paul Archibald. "I just wish we would have
finished better overall."
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1988 varsity and j.v. tennis teams: fback rowj Dat Nguyen, Jim Holmer, John Barton,
Danny Lee, Alan Ho, Mike Kim, Eric Hayes, Paiam Khademi, Brandon Garr, Paul
Archibald, Naresh Parsons: ffront rowj William Hsieh, P.J. Marsh, Warren Chiang,
Gregor Sarkisian, Craig Hartman, Joel Kuperstein, Ted Johnson, Curtis Birkman.
olf - "A Rebuilding ear
by Troy Johnson
This year's Villa Park golf team had very
little experience with many underclassmen fill-
ing the roster. Phil Thoner took over for Brent
Bailey, who had other commitments.
"The last time I coached Villa Park golf was
in 1972," commented Coach Thoner. "lt's in-
teresting how golf has changed so much."
Only two returners came back from last
year's team. Junior and number one player,
Trey Selman and the number two seed, Senior,
Jim Simon. Both of them played and kept their
scores low throughout the season.
A top newcomer to this year's team was
junior Paul Mohler. He provided steady play,
especially during the competitive Century
ln preseason, they went against Orange and
Katella. "We played well against Katella," stat-
ed Selman. "Greenriver golf course is challeng-
ing to play on."
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P Coach Phil Thoner demonstrates a controlled shank
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Adversities you have
had your share and life
so far has not been
fair You have faced
problems when they
have come around
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through until a solu
tion was found
THAT S WHAT l
CALL A WINNER
Papa and Grandma
Woof woof from
l'll never forget the
thrill of dressing
you in your velvet
frills and laces -
with your trade-
mark be'ng a
matching purse for
going to very spe
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were days of jeans
and sneakers when
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away with it You
never seemed to
mind changing into
your Ieotard ballet
slippers and tap
shoes oh' what
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us 3 can know
Soon you will go
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graduate my love
to you always
Tamm Con ratu
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Life is an art not a science. lt is
mastered by experience and patience
and infinite beginnings again.
- Dr. Frank Crane
We are so very proud of you - your
accomplishments your integrity and
your values. As you launch your future
goals remember that we love and
support you and wish you success good
health many friends every happiness.
As long as you believe in yourself the
With all our love,
Mom, Dad and Terri
sky is your limit.
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What a sweet little girl you were
What a wonderful young woman
you ve become
Mom and Dad
file hope life will brinq to
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Chank Lgou or all our
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flect your lovmg heart
that has brought joy to
our llves smce the day
you were born You de-
serve the best and we
know you will have lt
And don t ever lose that
marvelous sense of hu-
a wonde fu young
Jay Lomon Benge
We are very proud of you.
We love you - T
Mom Bob and Michael
Thanks for being a part of each day that l
Adding your special touch with always
more to give
Thanks for the smiles whenever l am down
Thanks for the love that you continually
Letting me know that you understand and
Thanks for the memories - they mean so
A part of our relationship that no one can
I Love You -
l For being at my side when no one else can
We are so proud of you and love you
so very much. We wish you the greatest 1
success in life and all of God s blessings W it l
for your happiness.
Always remember Mark that we
love you for who you are and well al-
ways be here for you.
Believe in yourself and you will
achieve. lf you are happy you are a l r
success. Thank-you for being a wonder-
Love 1' ' it
Mom and Dad it :
Caryl Ellzabeth M artlan
It seems lzke yesterday when you took
those hrst lzttle steps
And now as you re takzng those gzant steps
ahead always remember
How very proud ofyou we are of who you
are and where you re going
How God has always been there wzth you
and ofyour devotzon to htm
How many tzmes we ve sazd keep tryzng
and how easy lt ts to gtve up
How hard you ve worked to get here and
all the joy you ve gzven us along the way
And most zmportant how very much we
love and support you tn all that you have
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and common folks luke you and me are
burlders of eternrty
Each rs grven a set of rules a
shapeless mass and a bag of tools and
each must make ere lrfe rs flown a
stumbling block or a steppmg stone
Mom and Dad
Zllhen uou were born I loolzed ahead to all o the
responsibilities o raising a child . So mang
lessons qou needed to learn, little did I realize how
manq qou would teach mel
I have tahen qreat pride in all of Hour accomplishments -
rom qour irst words and steps, to Hour irst iob and car, rom
inderqarten qraduation to hiqh school qraduation s 'Llou re
the best this mother could ever hope or!
Conqratulations to mu
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May the music of the meadows, with its songs
I. of rippling streams, 1
Bring sunlight to the paths you walk and mag-
ic to your dreams. ,'
Count your garden by the flowers, never by
the leaves that fall. I 5
Count your days by the golden hours, don't re-
a member the clouds at all. 1
Count your life by the smiles and not by the ,
tears, 'I ' IW'
And you'll live a long happy life for many, ii. 1 W 'Elm
many years. ll I I
Spread your wings like an eagle, aim high and ,,i in i f',
soar far. I 7 will' lx!
Never tire from achieving, as you reach for W 7 I'-
You're the best each Sm My
Of our World, ' But for all that you do as you give life a whirl, , ySui 'jri,
,if Don't ever forget that you're our "little girl". ' '
Love? , Fa., , -i
Mom E, Dad Congratulations! We're proud of you and we love I HMM,
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Keep that beautlful smlle and warm personallty
The deslre to succeed the dream ln your heart
Proceed wlth caution because some need to be kept at bay
But do not let fear keep you from takmg the first step
You can do anything lf you have the desire and the dream
nn your heart'
All Our Love
Mom and Dad
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Kgle R Snallum An Brian L Wilson
You are God s gift to us
and a very special person
We wish you a future
filled with joy and lifes
best! We love you Kyle.
Dad Mom Keri
Granny and Grandma
One of life s greatest
blessings is having a son
like you. Wishing you ev-
ery happiness in the fu-
Mom and Phillip
For I8 years you ve
been a friend to me.
And I know that the
best is yet to be
We ve shared so much
these years past -
Even your parties -
What a Blast!
Im so proud as you
And I Il miss you when
off to college you go.
III be with you in Com-
ing years never fear.
So remember I thank
you and love you My
You are Unique!
Thank you for sharing
yourself with us.
Mom and Dad
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And a woman who held a babe against her bo-
som said, Speak to us of Children.
And he said:
Your children are not yet your children.
They are the sons and daughters of Life 's
longing for itself
They come through you but not from you,
And though they are with you yet they belong
not to 7014.
You may give them your love but not your
You have accompltshed much in your short It etrrne, and We are proud 0 who
you are and what you are all about go orward,
Love tomorrow is yours
Thanks for being such a Good Kid
For they have their own thoughts.
You may house their bodies but not their
For their souls dwell in the house of tomor-
row, which you cannot visit, not even in your
You may strive to he like them, but seek not
to make them like you.
For life goes not backward nor tarries with
Love Mom Dad Gina, Nicole 6' oey
Can t tell ya how much un it s been playing the role o
father You ve made me very proud V Thanks so much
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and cars too. J
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It's never been dull.
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we re all proud of Sou
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football 8 friendships Love,
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We ve been so proud of you. The time has
gone so very fast from a tiny girl to graduation.
May all your dreams come true and happiness
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for all the joy and love yyyyp y ,
have brought to ,i A 'W ' ' Alison'
:Olives ip Memories of the past,
D UM ' u alwa S See t'ri ' N in Joys of the present,
, ay XO , y Dreams of the future.
life not just with your ,lit ,
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We are proud of
May all your
dreams come true
With all our
Grace Nancy ana' Grandma
You ve been ...
An athlete a scholar
A boy and a king
A son and a brother
A friend to all others
You ve had . . .
Challenges and goals
You ve enjoyed . .
Friends and fun
touchdowns and homeruns
You have achieved the best!!
Our love goes with you ...
Mom Dad and Matt
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Our Engllsh Rose
You are and wlll always be a source of great
prlcle and happlness
Our wlsh IS that you are happy ln all your en
deavors and that you fulflll all your dreams
Remember that we love and cherlsh you
Dad Mum Laurence and all your
famlly on both sldes of the
Atlantlc with a big hug'
y we re proud o
W I Hou the best of i
mom and Dad
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Congratulations C on gratulatzons
Kathleen Thrasher Beth
You have accomplished
so much and we are very A A W,
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young I dy y h r
May yourf t b f'Iled Q e
with hope, faith, and e,
You will always have our I I4 if
Love, Mom, Dad,
Tom, and Susannah Wyre so proud ofyou
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We are very proud of you
Mom and lan
To Wish You ll Happy and successful Future
Even though we are in ways dif-
ferent, we are also much alike. You
have always been there for me,
whenever I needed anything, ad-
vice, understanding - a ride! I will
miss you tremendously, For you see,
we will never see each other as
much as we have in the past years.
You will have your life and I will
have mine. But, I always want you
to remember no matter where you
are that if you ever need anything,
because you have given me so
much, no matter how far apart, we
will always be near.
It's said that girls are made
of "Sugar and spice and
everything nice" while
boys are made of huge
doses of curiosity, good-
ness, intelligence and a
fine-tuned sense of right
and wrong. Your Dad and I
wondered what will he be?
mechanic, vet, perhaps un-
dersea explorer - but
then along came comput-
We love you,
Mom and Dad
Doug Thank gou for ihe
good hmes and ihe
FOR ALL THE SMILES,
AND NOT ONE DAY OF
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neughbors and friends a page
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gou the besi thai hfe has fo
Mom a Dad Flschle
Mom S. Dad Sherman
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CONSTA CE MARIE ANASIS
Connie a bundle from heaven well always adore.
For the love and joy you have brought to us
Throughout your 18 years.
From the little baby who crawled on the floor
To walking running playing learning working and driving' and to
school for twelve of your young years.
We admire you and honor you for what you have achieved
For the goals you have set met and yet to meet -
You are loved for what you are -
You are a very precious gift
And a blessing in our lives
May He ever be near you and guide you from above
Thank you Connie for brightening our hearts and lives.
Congratulations! and good luck at the Llniversity.
Mom and Dad
Mom, Dad S Scott
Let each tomorrow
find you further
We are so proud of you
and all you have accom-
plished. Your quiet
strength and silent victo-
T ries have formed a
strong foundation for
- l . your bright future.
We see Joy,
Prosperity, Love and Wis-
Mom, Dad, and your room-
mate Amy 7
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We know you will be a success and have happi-
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Shawna McCartney ,
As your parents, we have been
blessed with your charm beauty
compassion understanding love
and even your VERY SILLY
Thank you for being YOU. We re very proud of
Love Mom and Dad
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Bob Dylan said it best . . .
May God bless and keep you always
May your wishes all come true
May you always do for others
And let others do for you
May you build a ladder to the stars
And climb on every rung
And may you stay forever young
by Bob Dylan
Congratulations Lisa Mikel Greenberg From Mom and Dad, David Kim, David P
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And she brings worlds of joy through her warm lov-
The sweet things she's done and the nice things she's
Are memories to cherish throughout years ahead.
A daughter's a blessing that comes from above
She's a special and beautiful treasure to love.
Love you, Mom, Dad, and Tim
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knee , . . a soft smile and warm hug for all the neighborhood dogs . . .
ranting and raving over whose turn it is to do the dishes . . . radio, TV, and
telephone all blaring to the beat of homework . .
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The noise is gone . . .
The room is clean . ..
Come back, little girl!
Mess it up once in a while
Love - Mom, Dad, 8 Josh
If we can ever help straighten your teeth, give us a Call.
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est 8 jer luv ya bro!
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ya Mom 8 Dad!
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rest! CIF varfotbal 87 vp2l cv19 gr8xs at hmcmng
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VP88 kc's outta here!
Thnx to my school here I had gr8xs that will be un-
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Iean family l'II always love you bye VP
Hi-School is finally over Nw comes college sorry
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chele my darling ill never 4get you Mom Ev Dad
thanks for your support i love you H20 polo 31.
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hoops 820 Sadies 87 Coron 88 prty IP Mat's? Cal-
bound? Thx 8 Luv Mom Dad S Kel!
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waves I love you M-l-D
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you've done Kurtie. I luv Ll chris haan, all my love all
did we all have fun? tennis, soccer, sadd, aws, asb,
hershels, bmpr bts wf the group V1 D8 prom 87 luv
u blw thnx mom, dad, bill.
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bruise bro 2. never 4-get u VP see ya PS love ya mom
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thnks to all my gr8t tchrs-n-frnds! BFhi-di nvrsay
goodby I michele ff luvya! to Robert, III luv u forvr Id
nvr made it jwfofgma, mom
Darryl J. Monroe
rfr twaz an osum yr loved partying wfall my frienz
ya kid -dude,rad-dude,spees, ya matt, jj, S niko . par-
ty marty! me be a jd.
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le, cb, jk, sv, mn steve-luv U forever-the monkees
boing the beatles-
David Moore II
blue feet are neet thnks mom Sdad S sis luv ya all
speedr bart n charley and evrbdy wfno name that
are my friends! picnic
its over! nvr 4get lunch lafs n gr8 xs wf frnz mw ss
gm. thnx 2 all 4 support! tuf yr-I made it! Ilove u
mom dad steve!
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trioscott G'u2!asb '88 misutonbl menver 4getUry-lu-
vya. thnx dad
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pr, dr, ch '87 spr brk. track '88, thnx Mom, Dad, Pat-
ty, Kathie, K.B. Kelly, Jamie, good luck G UNLV pgeo
Nvr 4get prty wagn kamkazis boingo beach good grls
g8xs wfkg tm tr gm js hf E1 my Jenn nvr4get u elle
luv u Mom 8 John
I made it'thnx evry-l'bst of xs wf Beth Ann, alwys
wil luv ya"'fun playn bb at wrk kl"rmmbr all frnz'thx-
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bchhse87 VarSng88 dnctlUDrp luv u Mom Dad
Gr8xs w Sm Dm Cc StPt Eh alwys in my heart Dave!
call anytm 4 inst Steph SprnkBrk grnmerc! briflkirk
specl2me sher-beach? luv 2 fam
GOODBYE TO THE EASY LIFE!
Gr8xs wf u jikumo dason S frnds! knw "I just do!"
Xmas87 wfcuzrfl mbc SWTs! Saddbrd88 luvu Mom,
Dad, Tay, Jen! bye 4now
Iam punchy check me out! bustout wf da phl betas!
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thanx MomSDad I love you a lot! wss
GBVP thnkGod! ewe! hola NY wedidit! yeah4usl
thnkGod 4TF Justine "DayAfterDay" in sunny cal!
lifes2short nodoubt! luvyaguys
asta vphs! rager wknds, dr's B-days embassy SB8788
Mexico Gr8 ptys wf kc dr ch etc.. Gr8x wf Mt in bio
Sc'sP-Pgame spews 4ever!
I mde it! nvr4gt VPXC 4evr jvs 8 the orng fts alwys
rmbr dp bh ms mm dk eh ks dr f jg S esp lh lv ya
gdby VP hello nvy
Had a swell year glad its over, bsktbal was a blast!
Class of 88 is gr8 CA Angels r 'I thnks Mom Pop
Julie S mich.
Nvr4gt gr8xs wf tj clpfawivi rb bgGfPS87-8 yoko, bch
Maui U2 wf kel r-I-s Rap Reggae "4lhoops aczorr
alws li-I-n tun luv u famEfGod thx
Gr8xs wf dg nr hj ss je' nvr4gt my "Jean skirt" no
beaches 4 me' thnx 4 everything Mom Dad Hament-
5God" I love you' c ya later!
Yeah buddy lm outa here! gr8xs wf gang ah jd nr rp
4gt me 8 u die! VP I hve no nostalgia, u r t bst Mom
6 Dad wshMeluk!
gr8xs wf rc n ss bff we shared a lot thnx Dad 4 bein
thre I would NVR made it I ded my life 2 u Bobby a
yr of memorys
We made it! Gr8xs E: gr8 memries wf kc ke ae cs mb
S sm fff! goodbye VP good luck lil sis thanx Mom S
Ty thanx Bird lluvu
Gr8xs wf FnBs fmlyl bstyrs wf bstcuzns:
Drrkflvstacy nvr4gt KumoWen the KaKasE1rj, dd ja,
co dm dug gdlck 2 Erktbroj socr 88 X' l2"lDiditMom!
Had gr8xs wffrnds PROM 88 was fun: thnks Ang!
miss u all good Iuc guysg back here 4 reunion lotsa
Nvr4gt SMR86 the 4sm, mins prtys EHS Daysg thx
sis cl mo sp tj Sluvalwys 2 Matt u made it spcl- I luv
u Mom6PauI CUN mexico
Sup! my man sykok X's in tj wfj-bo boon n bettys sc
prty wfcs arohd ompe rastasurfari the Smiths lv2
Mom Dad Sis n Lil'Man
This is kidfresh, I would like to say bye to frenz Brui-
seBrothers xl Baby G l'll alwys luvu "glowworm"
Nvr4gt 4B's in pots bw wf dc ti sr ll gl dt kk later I4
Crol Rush W7 thnx Ci Harman gr8xs at ahgc thnx
WII tht ws intrstng gr8xs mit js jd jv Hrtnce RBN oh
wll I tried c ya wn I c ya no fns hngin it wsnt a jk jst
cll me lek
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luv pip 4evr ps87 all night captn eo love u MaSPa
love u bp push it
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mmth utah jsenf8B SACBEXASB xcntry CIF! bf's ac
sm kd ibc lh st lgfcm-USB thnx fam
Well trbr were done! we lost it didnt we? gdlk wf
idtfce! Ilvu Alan 4evr as alwys! lvu Dad gr8job! thnks
Its been fun but it is finaly ovrg Ill nvr4gt all my
friends, especially you Kim! I will love you 4evr! lluvu
Mom 6 Dad I o it all 2 u Here's 2 the gud lf fe the top!
Jg-nvr frgt HIwn! Thnx 2 frnz 4 being there 4 me CJ
u in print!
Relax! FB V31 party at Thomason jc cs fs sf,-w ski
"buncara" JV bb bowl dance-ton jul-dug bet inter ge
hammi luv u 4 ever!
RUSH: Some are born to move the world to live their
fantasies But most of us just dream about the things
we'd like to be.
Gr8xs w kh ss mc ja rt jw bk mm mk S alln gter
prtys bff ew luvya redhot puncrr! lkg 4 fmp? thnks
Momf,-Dad litbro! im outta here!
Spews 88! nvr4gt specl frnd jam! rembr fun x's! alwz
rembr ct ds dw jh 6 gkll Luv 2 MomnDad larry n
wendy! D-land 4188 Sl
Made it wfhelp of party buds sn tm s8g How bout
lunch JP? syonrahh! Hotx's LW the valley wfss 8 jn
lluv u kh cm ob vhlives prd 2 bvaspew
Luvyou Mom Dad dave gr8xs wfkn sc ch pr mam
87,88 wfgrem grampz cif soc 86, 87 87, 88 gr8xs in
Lltah wfChobil kep yr head up
C-ya dh kl bj dr 8 mh nvr forget Mex 87 wf raq ton E5
rach have fun brea guys S stac 1 love you mike
thanx Mom 8 Dad 8 M
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I luv u Mum Dad 8 Justin go get em! I luv u David
Bouyer Rmbr sn nofre 108 babe kc cs ke mb 'js 'de
let's live love 6 laugh
Cyco x's wfall bros ti pa dc mw jc tt jo Qbonzallj luv
to Mom Dad Lisa 12 yrs over! punks not dead bye
We made it chez-chez and jacki! remember the gr8xs
and 4get the bad cuz we are free! thnx 4 your sup-
port MXD I luv u!
Farewell to this lands cheerless marshes gr8xs w
bras giowsuds luv my sax 8 michael us here I come!
I love u Mom8lan! ciao!
Finally over Never forget u all intense soundz produc-
tions our beats kick! thanx pj luv u Mom Dad Julie
Gr8x wfkh n dogpac 4x4 dr insmnts Ill nvr 4get Cody
I luv u Brat bffallwysan cher 87-88 thanx Mom Dad
urthe best luv 2 famly
Tom I will love you forever! always remember great
times with M n them md cs jg jg jk he cb sd love you
Mom 8 Dad!
Roknrol u puke! im nota spaz! teoma sis su ds at
toms? kit fnds finl day hnry get up on this luv u
Duane nvr 4get Alex by VP
un4getable xs boingo 'demode 'u2 grt partys thx 2
heath tony den-bushmen 4ever thx 4 everything
Mom E1 Dad hi wags nvr4get
Heather Ann Ross
cl sl lh 8 hr best frnz 4ever! D-land danc' in the
beach bst of xs! Mom Dad Heidi urgr8 thanx 4 every-
thing Edy I luv ya!
Im outa here! spews rule 4ever! great xs with ja aa
bk rt jw cm mm tf ew jr ch b-ball 87 semis 88 kagn
luv u Mom 8 Dad
lt's been a great year had great times with matt pete
looking forwrd to next year thanks for everything
Mom 8 Dad
Finly ovr! gr8xs w gs dc ck fg 602 Taft s oh w dcidc
held hostage nvr 4gt hmcming 87 bshmn rngldr who
me? Thnx MSL lv u Joan
Gr8xs w rn jr sm jg nr jp best xs plm spn n lk hve 87
G-I-B87 sh88 w rog fun in the cub! I luv u roger ss n
rn 2gth 4ever
Bstxs wfed craft moe kris ar tp red gf! to bf anet!
gr8xs wfjoel I love you Races wfjb ae 8 mb nofre los
lkove you Mom 8 Paula
Laterrvpit! sbeenfun i'not" best to frndz sg mn ts md
wmw reggae sun splash 88 peter tosh lives may jah
' with us rastafar skiordie innout
I heard it through the grapevine! Westside story is
the greatest! UCLA here i come love ya Mom Dad
"Doc" and David
George N. Samia
Thanx for the love and support Mom Dad 8 family
best frnx ck dr czdc tf df dh hey! gr8xs wft juniors
thnx forrides dl ftht
It's all over! h20 polo slo sb 8f swim 88 gd luk cb dj!
gr8x w mw gm bs ls 0 cor hmcming wfcl spec frnx
'sl 'ebms nvr 4gt wss thnx Mom Dad E3 B
Thanx 4 gr8xs 43st newyrs 4july 86 8 87 oingo 87
fullmoon cure! 72 fm party never 4get I dbff tg nr hj
dg pp md jn bl ty rt CSLILB
Wooyiyihahaha Bust out phi beta benwa oi midnight
madness mammoth fest 88 team donkey 8 donkey 8
friends thnx Mom 8 Dad
Thanx Mom sis kim chuck 8 tawnya 4 your support!
1987 baseball champs '21 thanx och! hawaii 87
good luck te ti tr S jw!
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gr8 xswfjr, tr, hf, sn, kg, cs, tg, ar, gm, jj, flgs 85-88
Best xswfjon, squid, laura,8mykle. iluv u, jon, 2033
Here WeCome, soJon shall We? thnks MSD
sorry roger, floyd rules! burn the hedge and destroy
club 42 . , . f yes,there's life beyond sound Ev fury . . .
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all wubba wubba wubba 4 comrad- n-ma i love u ja-
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for the dinnero forever bhold Polie backhaus lerno in-
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the blaster V328 the Cheese"'68 forever. calicula 8
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km thanks momffdad I luv you
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lunch, cps, naive freshmn, jwlry by bw, IC, Wat, BC,
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Dad Steve Ly and Bro!
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tistoned grave thanks Mom S Dad belinda my 8788
highschool sweetheart bye
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boulevards fon at Ralphs thanky Mom 8 Dad Steph-
Soccerandtrack were fun 86 87 88 rad timeswith
friends ks tc lb Luv you 4ever Erin 817 rules
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News '87-'88 311
When gou're havin' fun.
By Troy Johnson and Scott Parsons
What a yearl lt began with our football team going toeC.l.F:, and
Coach Pat Mahoney honored as coach of the year, with Water Polo
makingit again to C.il.F.yquarterfin-als, while basketball gave itltheir
best gshot. Congratulations LDC on signlil with ,New Mexicana. ln,N0-
vemberfU2 rocked LosAngeles with the ,Joshua Tree Tour. Bo Jack'
sontook on a new hobby playingfwithytheRaiders while thefwins,
Redskins, and Jayhawkswon the National Championships. Remem-
iberithe learthquakes and scandals involving Ollie nemtrieaiy Hart,
Jimiandliaimimyf Bakkergand Preacherylimmy Swaggartf T t it
it Lwith they Freshmen coming to 'Villa Park, ia newsecurity system in
1thelibrary was installed to stopthosei little teenagers: After Fine Arts
week in February, March broughton a world recorclin demonstrating
the longest human representation of Pi.. Anotherfirebroke out in Villa
.eemagingl many' homes near Cerro Villa Jr. High. , T T l T T
f We forget thewlnterh Olympics in Calgary with,'Brlan Boitano
capturing ethefioldsand Debbie Thomas the Bronze in y A
'A PQfieoffiGlassivresignedias ASB Vice Presidentg while John lflolmes and
Andy Gibb died. lLet's hope not for another 'stock market crash. t
A iWellf,iit's over. iBest,of luckftofretiring Principal Richard Kirwin -in his
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AA An earthquake that measured 6.1 on the Richter
scale hit Southern California in October. lt was not a
catastrophic quake, but the damage was extensive.
AKirby Puckett and Jeff Reardon of the Minnesota
Twins celebrate their World Series victory over the St.
Louis Cardinals. The Twins won the seventh and final
game of the series 4-2.
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covers, AIDS has killed nearly 25,000 Americans, mil
lions of dollars have poured into medical research
and President Reagan has proclaimed the plague
"Public Health Enemy No. l."
Lorne Greene John Huston
age 72 age 81
A 24-day strike by the NFL players ended in mid-Octo
ber when the union capitulated and went to court in
stead of trying to fight the club owners at the bargain
Liberace Lee Marvin
age 67 age 63
ln the 1988 Superbowl, player Doug Williams of the
Washington Redskins was voted M.V.P. During that
game he injured himself by twisting his ankle in the
Closing 31 3
ABDI, MUNA 50, 120
ABITAN, ALBERT 98
EDICK 120, 208
ACCORNERO, AMY 142, 240
ACHTEN, JAMES D. 142
ADAMS, CHRISTY E. 142
ADAMS, JENNIFER 98
ADKISSON, KENNETH 98, 207
AGUILAR, JENNIFER 98
AGUILAR, KAREN M. 120
AGUILAR, MICHAEL D.
AGUIRRE, MICHAEL J. 142, 182
AHLBORN, KAREN 66
AHLBORN, ROBERT 120
AHMU, NATASHA R. 120
AIDA, FUMI 1
N 142, 182
AKHAVI, NARGESS 120,246
ALBAUGH, STEPHANIE 120
ALBER, STEPHANIE 26, 36, 96, 115, 246
ALEGADO, REMEGIO 6. JR. 120
. ALLEN 61, 98
. JULIE 39, 120, 198
, LANCASTER 142
.SANDRA 132, 142
.STACEY J. 50, 142
ALFARO, RUDY M. 120
ALGER, DON 62, 262
ALLEMAN, DANIEL 98,226
ALLEN, GREG 50, 913, 177, 193, 236
ALLEN, JEFEERV 66, 226
ALLEN, KEVIN 120
ALLREI5, BRIAN K, 120
ALSBORG, WILLIAM 120
ALVAREZ, JACOB 47, 66, 226, 227, 228
AMEBEQAOKAR, ANAR B. 120, 500
AMEN, JEREMY 31, 36, 44, 64, 214, 215, 219
AMEN, KEITH M. 142, 148, 153, 216,242
AMIRKHAN, KEVIN 120
AMoRINo, SARA R. 120, 213
AMSLER, JENNIFER 67
ANAsIs, CONBTANCE 51, 67, 295
GARRETT 120, 183
ANDERSON, HEATHER 120
ANDERSON, JASON 120, 241
ANDERSON, JOHN 183
ANDERSON, REBECCA 98
ANDERSON, ROBIN 120
ANDERSON, SCOTT 9, 98, 186
ANDI, MUNA 50, 120
ANGOTTI, ALEX 67, 84, 178, 180, 242
ARCHIBALD, PAUL 61, 67,249
ARELLI, CHRISTINA A. 142
ARIAS, NICOLE 36,98
ARMAO, JUSTIN 67
ARMAO, STACI M. 51, 98
ARMSTRONG, DANA 13, 58, 98, 201, 218, 22
ARMSTRONG, JOHN 67, 242, 244
ARMSTRONG, RYAN P 120
RL H. 98, 214
ARREGUIN, BRIAN 67
VIN 38, 120, 167, 196,237
ASCHOFF, JERRY 67, 166, 226
ASHBY, CHERYL 67
ASHBY, DAVID 120, 186, 216,242
ASHMORE, JASON G, 142
ASQUITH, JENNIFER 98
ASQUITH, LINDA 142
ATARIAN, LEVON 98, 178
ATHERTON, JON 99
ATHERTON, TODD 231
ATKISON, CINDY 121
ATTALLAH, TAMMER 99, 207
AVITA, ANGELA 260
BADER, KEVIN 142
BADER, KIMBERLY L. 142
BADER, SCOTT 99
BADILLO, MICHELLE 142
BAILEY, BRENT 15, 63, 256, 257
BAITY, GABRIELLE 99
BAKER, BENJAMIN 121
BAKER, MALINDA 67
BALAZS, PHILLIP J. 67
BALDINI, LYNN 260
BALDRIDGE, RANDY 99, 242, 263
BANGERTER, HEATHER 34, 99
BARASCH, ALAN 99
BARBAROSH, ALISON 42, 47, 51, 64, 67
BARKER, CHAD 30, 50, 90, 110, 193, 236
BARKS, KIMBERLY C. 121, 246
BARKS, MICHELLE 68, 173
BARNES, JEREMY S. 121
BARNES, RANDY 62, 68, 91
BARNETT, ERIN 99
BARNETT, SLIZANNE 16, 31, 68, 176, 200, 218,
BARRETT, PAT 50, 260
BARTA, KELLY 99
BARTEL, TIM 2, 255 -
BARTLEY, LISA 50, 99, 198
BARTON, JOHN 121, 183, 249
BARTON, KATHLEEN D, 121
BASARGEKAR, NIKIHL 142, 187
BASEHDAR, GINGER K. 142
BATES, ANGELA 121
BATES, ERIK 14, 22, 33, 38, 99
BAUMSTARK, CHEIRI 68
BAVAND, MARISA 34, 49, 99
BEASOCK, GRACE 99
BEAVANS, RACHEL L. 99
BECERRA, BRYAN 99
BECK, STACY 92, 99, 100
BECKENBAUER, TONEE 261
BECKER, JEFF 68
BECKNEL, DAMON 143, 182
BECKNEL, THEA 100
BEER, JULIE 100
BEESLEY, JENNIFER 50, 100
BELL, CHRISTOPHER 68, 178, 180, 226
BELLIS, ANDREW 121, 187, 242
BELLIS, ROBERT 39, 121,231
BENGE, JAY 68, 242, 244, 278
BENN, BARBARA 267
BENNETT, GREGORY 68
BENSON, NICOLE S. 143, 149, 190
BERBIAR, EDWARD M. 143
BERBIAR, MICHAEL 53, 100, 178, 242
BERGENER, SUSAN 121
BERGER, LISA I. 143
BERKSTROM, BRAND! 121
BERMAN, JERRY 38, 44, 64, 68, 89, 193, 236
BERNARD, THOMAS 47, 51, 68
BERNHARD, LAURA 68, 151, 232
BERTONI, CHRIS 57, 68
BIARD, ROBERT E. 121
BICCOM, JENNIFER 121
BICE, MICHELLE 100, 139
BICKEM, JENNIFER 139
BIGGS, DEANNA 68
BINNS, LISA 100
BIRKMANN, CURTIS 30, 35, 38, 50, 64, 68, 249
BIRNBAUM, CARMELA 100, 198, 246
BIRNBAUM, MARIE T. 143
BJORKLUND, ERICA 143
BJORKLUND, HEATHER 100
BLACK, CLINT R. 143
BLADOW, GARY C. 121, 183, 230
BLAIR, BRYAN 100
BLAKE, CASSY 10, 18, 37, 68, 104
BLAKLEY, MARY ESTER 260
BLANCO, ANNE MARIE 68
BLANSETT, ALISA 69
BLANSETT, JEANNE 69, 81
BLASI, TARA 38, 121,238
BLOYD, JASON E.
BLOYD, JEREMY 143, 182
BLY, LARRY 264
BOATRIGHT, JASON E, 121
BOBIER, DARRIN 45, 143
BOEHLER, FRANK 2, 62, 254
BOGACKI, ERIC 100
BOHN, MARY BETH 18, 69, 277
BOONE, AARON J. 143, 182, 2081
BOROUGHS, ERIC C. 121, 208
BOROWSKI, MIKE 231
BOSCH, BRUCE C. 121
BOSCH, SCOTT 143
BOSHOAR, GINGER 213
BOURG, JASON 100
BOWEN, JULIE R. 27, 121
BOWMAN, ROBERT P. 143,216
BOYCOTT, TODD 178
BOYDSTUN, MICHAEL B, 143
BOYKO, ANDREW 24, 143
BOYLE, STEPHANIE 12, 69
BRAJKOVICH, DANIEL 50, 100
BRAND, ALICIA F. 143
BRANSTINE, ROGER 69, 204
BRAUN, BRETT 242, 245
BRAUN, MARK 68, 1045
BRAUN, MARK 121,231
BRAUN, WILLIAM C. 121
BRAY, JONATHAN 100
BREDENSTEINER, JODIE K, 143
BREWART, JOHN 34, 100, 216
BRITTIN, TANYA 143
BRITTON, KIMBERLY 50. 121
BROADWAY, LINDA 69, 218
BROCKMEIR, NEAL 38, 167, 197,241
BRODY, RYAN 100
BRBROOKS, MARY 268
BROUGHAM, ERIC 69
BROWN, ANDREW P. 50, 143
BROWN, BRIAN 178
BROWN, FELICIA 121
BROWN, JASON A. 143
BROWN, JOHN 69
BROWN, JULIE 143
BROWN, MICHELLE 100, 144, 155
BRUEKMANN, KAY 297
BRUHN, JESSICA 42
BRULEY, CALLE M. 121
BRUNS, JASON W, 121
BRUNT, DICK 13, 190,262
BRUSTEIN, SAMUEL 39, 121
BRUTO, JENNIFER L. 144
BRYANT, KELLY 39, 121, 132, 140, 202
BUFFINGTON, CODY 69
BUI, TIEN 69, 242, 244
BUI, TUAN 51,121,140,183
BUNDY, MARK 33, 55, 69, 279
BURGIN, BRAD 144
BURKES, JULIAN A. 122
BURKES, TRAN 69
BURNER, JENNIFER R. 122
BURNETT, BETTY 268
BURNETTE, ROBERT 100, 214, 242, 244
BURNETTE, TED W, 122, 183,216,231
BURNHAM, JUSTINE 70
BURNS, BRUCE 256
BURNS, KIMBERLY J. 144
BURRUSS, CASEY P, 144
BURTON, BRAND! 26, 33, 100, 113
BUSCH, TRACY 100, 218
BUSH, SCOH, TRACY 100, 218
BUSH, SCOTT 100
BUSSELL, KEVIN 100,231
BUSTER, JANICE L. 122
BUTCHER, ERIC 100
BUTLER, DAMON 100, 236
BUTLER, DANIELLE 24, 144, 151
BUTLER, MICHELLE 47, 100
BUTZWILLER, KIM 24
BYCOTT, TODD 140
BYERS, KERRY E, 144
BYERS, TRACY L. 100
BYRNES, DOUG 70, 164, 166, 178, 180,293
BYRON, ELIZABETH 144, 244, 246
BYRON, JULIE 25, 100
CABANES, RICK Io, 34, 36, 64, 66
. 70, 162, 302
CABLE, MICHAEL 62, 100, 178,260
CABRERA, PAUL 122
CAGAANAN, MICHAEL 100
CALABRESE, ANGELIQUE 144
CALABRESE, ANNETTE M. 122
CALAHAN, SEAN V. 122, 207,231
CALDERON, ALEX J. 122
CALIENDO, BARBARA 101
CALMESE, CINDY 49, 61, 70, 232
CALVIN, THERESA 144
CAMBRONERO, BRENT N. 122
CAMERON, BOB 256
CAMERON, TROY A, 122, 183
CAMPBELL, BRUCE 256
CAMPBELL, SCOTT R, 122
CAMPI, ROBERT L. 122, 183
CANNON, DOUG 17, 122, 208
CANTEN, DAVID 242
CANTIN, KEN 70, 242
CANTWELL, DAVID F. 144, 182
CAOUETTE, EVONNE R. 17, 24, 122, 202, 210
CAOUETTE, RACHELLE 24, 101
CAPARROTTA, JUAN 100
CAPARROTTO, MARCELO 70
CARA, DANIEL 70
CARDENAS, SCOTT 122
CARNEY, DAVE 70
CARNEY, MARK 101,231
CARPENTER, BETH 16, 18, 36, 70, 164, 291
CARPENTER, RODNEY J. 70
CARRIER, PERRY 101, 178
CARTER, CHRISIE A. 101
CARTER, JENNIFER 37, 101, 102
CARTER, JODI L, 24, 144
CARUANA, EDITH J. 144
CASCIO, DENISE 101
CASH, CARRIE 70, 191
CASIFORA, CARLOS 122, 183
CASTANON, LINDA M. 9, 144, 155
CASTELLON, DIANA 144
CAUPLE, RYAN M. 122
CEBULA, BRIAN 101
CEBULA, KEVIN 122, 216
CHA, CHRISTINA 42, 122, 220, 246
CHA, JOSEPH 101, 102
CHADD, JENNIFER L. 144
CHADD, VIGINIA 102
CHAMBERS, DARCEE 144
CHAMBERS, LATISHA 70
CHANG, WANG 144
CHAO, DANIEL S. 102
CHAPIN, BRYAN J. 144
CHAPMAN, KIMBERLY 37, 102
CHAPMAN, TONI 102
CHAPPELLE, NICOLE 144
CHARITY, JEFFREY 122
CHASSAGNE, AMY 102
CHASSAGNE, LAURA 145
CHAVEZ, DAVID 145
CHAVIRA, ERIKA 145
CHAVIRA, MONICA 70, 191
CHEN, DAVID 122
CHEN, LISA 42, 145
CHEN, STEVE 42, 70
CHENG, TONY 51, 102
CHIANG, RENEE 38, 102
CHIANG, WARREN 145,249
CHIARLE, DINA 70, 81, 293
CHIEN, CHRISTINE 42, 145
CHING, EVELYN 260
CHOA, DAN 34
CHOI, RANDY H. 122
CHOI, ROY 67, 70, 92, 259, 302
CHORBAGIAN, JOHN 15, 70, 178, 187
CHRISTENSEN, CHRIS 102, 187
CHU, DANIEL 51, 122
CHURCH, JASON D. 123
CIBELLIS, NICOLE D. 145
CIRIZA, MICHEAL 145, 208,231
CLAXTON, DEAN J. 71
CLAYPOOL, DOUG 71
CLEARY, JOHN P. 71
CLEARY, JOHN P. 38, 123, 196, 240
CLEARY, NOELLE 240
CLEMENTS, DANIEL 123
CLINE, MERRY J. 145
CLOOT, AMY 145
COATES, STEVE 196
COCHRANE, MICHELLE R. 36, 43, 49, 71, 104
COLLIER, ADAM 71
COLOMBO, TRACEY 145, 235
COLOME, DREW 71
COLVILLE, DAVID 270
CONCCONDER, MICHAEL 102
CONNELL, STEPHANIE 102, 246
CONWAY, JASON P. 145
COOK, CAROL 102, 265
COOK, CURTIS 71
COOK, SCOTT 102
COON, CAROLYN T. 123
COOPER, JON L. 123
COOPER, LISA 102
COOPER, TRAVIS 71, 242, 275
CORAZZA, BENN1 34, 43, 51, 64, 190
CORAZZA, BERNADETTA 71, 218, 251
CORBETT, SANDRA 50, 71
CORNETT, BEN 51
CORNETT, JACOB A. 123
CORONA, JOHNB A. 123
CORONA, JOHN 271
CORONA, TODD 183
CORRADINO, DOM 218, 260
COURTEAR, CHERI 102
COURTER, JAMES F. 145
CRABTREE, SHANNA 22, 71
CRABTREE, WENDY 71
CRAFT, KRISTI 71
CREAGAN, BRADLEY 8, 145, 208, 242
CREAGAN, SCOTT 71, 178, 180, 182, 204
CRIPPS, TODD 102
CRISTINZIANO, SAMANTHA 145
CRON, KERR1 102, 238
CROSSMAN, NANCY 268
CRUIKSHANK, JIM 178, 256
CRUZ, JAMES 61, 71
CRUZ, JASON B. 123, 183
CRUZZETTI, MICHELLE M.
CULLINGS, CASEY W. 145
CUMMINGS, JAMES 72
CUNNINGHAM, SARA J. 145
CURTIS, AARON 49, 102, 207
CURTIS, SCOTT 102
CUTLER, ALLISON 22, 33, 38, 72, 283
CUTTRELL, SCOTT 187
DAGLEY, JENNIE 72
DAILEY, GERRY J. 145
DAILEY, SHELLY 102
DAILEV, TIMOTHY 102
DAMATO, MICHELE 123, 234
DANE, TERRI 103
DANIELS, MARK 72
DANIELSON, AMY 103
DANIELSON, MELISSA L. 123
DASHER, STACY 103
DAVEY, DAMON 103
DAVEY, ROB 30, 72, 178, 181
DAVIDSON. ROBERT 204, 206
DAVIS, BONNIE 103
DAVIS, ERIC 1135, 187
DAVIS, NADIA 103
DAVIS, SUSAN L, 123, 202
DEAK, DANIELLE 123, 238
DEAN, YVONNE 49, 72
DE CLARK, DAVID 1133
DE CLARK, JENNIFER 37, 103
DE CLARK, JOEL P. 123
DE FALCO, VINCE 44, 262
DEFFNER, ELIZABETH 146
DE GENNARO, MARY G. 120, 123
DE CIENNARO, MICHAEL 103
DEHNAD1, NAZILA 146
DEIBEL, HOLLY 103
DE LA RIVA, DEANNA 36, 72
DE LA RIVA, ERIC 123, 163
DELGADILLO, HILDA 72, 212
DELLALONOA, KEITH 103
DELNERO, TERESA 72
DELNERO, TIMOTHY M. 123
DE LOS REYES, CORINA 123. 213, 235
DE LuCA,.1EANNINE 72
DE LuCA, KEITH 123, 186, 242
DE LLICA, MATTHEW 222
DE LuCA, MAXIMO W. 123, 183
DEMBIK, DARC1 146
DENGES, MARGARET 123
DEN1-IAM, ERIC 146
DENISSEN, BEA 271
DENNEN, JACK 262
DENNIS, SHANNON 22, 72, 166, 218
DEUTSCH, JEFFERY 72, 292
DEUTSCH, LAURA M. 123
DEVLIN, JAMES 260
DEVOL, CARTER 146, 231
DIBA, KAMRAN 123
DICKERSON, TRACY 103
DIONISIO, ADELAINE T. 123
Do, RHLIONG 147, 213
DODD, LINETTE 39, 46, 58, 72, 201, 210, 232
DODGE, TAMMY 50, 72, 274
DOERING, LAURA 103, 189, 244
DOLLINA, JENNIFER 103
DONLEY, KENNETH 123, 187, 208
DONLEY, STEPHANIE 123
DONOVAN, CARI 147, 220
DONOVAN, LEIGH I. 220
DORAME, KRISTINE 103
DORMEYER, KELLY C. 123
DORNAN, HEATHER 72
DORNBACK, CHRISTOPHER 123
DOSICK, SARI L. 123
DOUGHERTY, SHANNON 15, 22, 73
DOYLE, ANDREW B. 123
DRAKE, CARY 103
DRAKE, DAN 73
DREWRY, RICHARD 146
DUFAULT, MARY 73
DUNAWAY, AVERY 104
DUNN, AUSTIN 104, 242
DUNN, MARGARET I 146, 151, 238
DUNN, THERESA 51, 146
DUONG, TU T. 124
DUSSERRE, JIMMY 104
EAGLES, BETTE L. 268
EARL, ERIK W 104,231
EASTMAN, KELLY 146
EBELL, ERIC 38, 64, 67, 73, 242
EBERSTEIN, CHERYL L, 27, 124
EBERSTEIN. JOHN 73
EBERT, STEVE 34. 258
EDELMAN, DAVID 63, 104
EDGMON, BEVERLY L 124
EDGMOND, LINDA 268
EDWARDS, CHRISTINE 104
EDWARDS, ROBERT 2, 255
EGGLEDEN, CHRISTOPHER 104
EGGLEDEN, SHAWNA M, 146
EHL, KEVIN 104, 226
EHRLICH, JEFF 193, 257
ELDERS, DAVID 124
ELLIOTT, DOUGLAS W. 38, 124
ELLISON, SHARON 268
ELMORE, DENNIS R. 147, 159
ELMORE, JENNIFER H. 39, 51, 124
ELSBERRY, HEATHER 10, 18, 73, 78
EMERY, SUE 73
ENDERS, ERIC 147
ENDERS, SCOTT 124, 242
ENGLISH, KRISTA 73
ENRIGHT, MIKE 183
ENRIQUEZ, JONELLE A. 146, 246, 2
EPLER, PATRICIA M. 124
EPP, TAMI 104
ESCOBOSA, BELINDA 27, 124
ESNER, KRISTIN E. 124
ESPINOZA, JESUS 104
ESPINOZA, JOHN 178
ESQUIVEL, IESHA 104
ESTRADA, CYNTHIA 104
ESTRADA, PAUL 124, 183, 231
ETCHECHURY, CARLA 104
ETTER, BRADLEY N. 124, 230
EVANS, DANIELLE L. 73
EVANS, DAWN 45, 73
EVANS, MICHELLE L. 25, 124
EVANS, SANDRA 104, 240
EVERLING, LISA M. 104,218
EWEN, JUSTINE 73
EYE, TRENT 104, 226
EYESINGER, KIM 146
FAIRBANKS, MATT 41, 73
FALCONER, STEVEN 104
FALTERMIER, KATHLEEN 73
FARR, DANNY 104
FARRAND, KAREN 73
FARRELL, LYNN M. 124, 127
FARRELL, STACEY L. 124
FASBENDER, TODD 104
FASSORA, ALEX 73, 166, 178, 180
FAULHABER, MICHELLE 104
FELLBAUM, TERESA L. 124
FERNANDEZ, JENNIFER 73
FERNOW, JEAN 268
FERRARO, SCOTT 74
FERRARO, TIFFANY 124,213
FIELD, NIKKI L. 146
FIELDMAN, GREG S. 146
FINAMORE, ALLEN W 124. 147
FINKELSTEIN, SETH 104
FINLAYSON, AL 2, 255
FINLEY, ELIZABETH A. 146
FINN, DAVID 231
FIRESTONE, JACQUELINE 124
FISCHER, BRIAN 283
FISCHER, MARK 124
FISCHLE, HEIDI 24, 74, 294
FISHER, ELISABETH 255
FISHER, MIKE 74
FISHER, TODD 74
FITCH, DARRELL 62, 74
FITZMAURICE, JENNIFER 147, 218
FITZPATRICK, SCOTT E 124
FLOREK, KRISTEN 124
FLYNN, KATIE S. 104
FLYNN, MINDY 124
FOIGELMAN, MARTIN 104,222
FOIGELMAN, SHELLY 147
FOIGELMAN, STEVE 30, 74, 164
FOLEY, ERIC 74
FOLGER, BETH 146
FOLKERT, ANN 265
FOLLETT, GERALD P. 146, 197, 241, 267
FOLSOM, DANA 24, 105
FORD, CHERYL 124
FORD, JENNIFER 105
FORTENBALIGH, BRIAN 61, 105, 222, 242, 244
FOSTER, CHASLYN A 74
FOSTER, CHERYL 105
FOSTER, JASON 74, 265
FOUST, CHRISTINA 9, 146
FOX, CHARLES B. 124
FOX, JENNIFER 38, 105
FRACALOSY, LEO 270
FRACKLETON, KATHERINE 146, 220
FRANCO, GREGORY 146
FRANCO, JAMIE 147, 202, 212
FRANCO, MARK 105
FRANCO, TIFFANY 124,212
FRANKS, DAWN 147, 246
FRANKS, ROBIN 39, 125
FRASER, JOHN M. 146
FRATUS, ERICA 25, 146
FRECK, NICK 105,214,242
FRENCH, CHRISTIAN 146
FROESCH, MARIANNE 27, 125
FROST, HEATHER 27, 125
FRY, STEPHANIE 13, 18, 36, 47, 74, 93, 146
FRY, STEPHANIE A.
FUJII, YASUNORI 42, 74, 186
FURTON, JEFF 146
GABBE, MARK L. 50, 125
GALAWABBE, MARK L, 125
GALAWAY, TIFFANY 147
GALAZYN, SHERRY A. 5, 125, 153
GALLAGHER, KELLY 105
GALLAGHER, SHAWN P. 125, 216
GALLEGLY, JULIE 3, 22, 47, 74, 297
GALUS, JENNIFER 3, 16, 18, 37, 74, 78, 166
GARCIA, DANNY 51
GARDINER, SUE 265
GARFEIN,GARR, BRANDON 248
GARFEIN, JOANNA 147, 220, 246
GARR, BRANDON 248
GARRAHY, STEVE 262
MICHAEL S 146, 182
GARZA, LAUREEN 125
GEARY, BRYAN L. 125
GEHR, PHILIP 125
GEMMILL, MATT 125, 183
GENOVA, JOE A. 125, 183
GENOVA, JOHN 15, 31, 75, 166, 176, 178, 181.
GENOVA, KAMMI 18, 28, 36. 75, 164, 284
GENOVA, MATT 7, 30, 106, 140, 178, 180
GEORGE, JONI 47, 75, 297
GERBER, DAVID 106,222
GERSBACHER, RYAN S, 125, 197,241
GEURIN, ANDREA 146
GEURIN, JULIET 106
GIANNINI, EBOLT T. 42, 50, 125, 190
GIBERSON, AMY E. 27, 125, 140
GIBSON, SCOTT 106, 207
GIECKO, BARBARA 106
GILBERT, ANDY 242
GILBERT, JASON L. 146, 216
GILBERT, KELLY 75
GILES, PAUL R. 122, 125
GILHAUSEN, JENNIFER J. 9, 146
GILLETT, ANDREW 125, 187, 224
GILLETT, STEVE 106
GILLEY, CRESSANT 106
GITLIN, DINAH 75
GIULIANI, JENNIFER 106
GIVOT, LORI S, 125
GLASS, GEOFF 31, 198
GLASS, JONATHAN L. 125
GLASSMAN, DAVE 75
GLASSMAN, LISA L. 146
GLENN, DONALD 299
GLESENER, JULIE 75, 198
GOETZ, SONDRA 125
GOLDEN, JOE 258
GOLDMAN, MICHELLE A. 125
GOMES, CHRISTINE 22, 75
GOMEZ, REBECCA 125
GONZALES, BRANDI 160, 202, 234
GONZALES, BRANDIE A. 148, 202, 234
GONZALES, GINA 75, 201, 233
GONZALES, MARTINA 27, 125
GONZALES, MICHAEL 125
GONZALES, PEDRO 75
GOODWIN, ADAM L. 125
GOODYEAR, EDWARD 106, 178
GORHAN, JONATHON 148
GRAFF, SUSAN 257
GRAHAM, BRAD 75
GRAHAM, BRIAN 148, 182,242
GRAJEDA, ARACELI 125
GRANADOS, ANGELINA M.
GRANADOS, SHARITY T.
GRANER, JERRY 148
GRANITO, JEFF 4, 15, 31, 38, 75
GRANT, TODD 75
GRAY, MARCELLA 106
GREBEY, CRISTI 126
GREBEY, GARY 126
GREEN, JENNIFER 106
GREEN, KATY 148
GREENAHUT, SEBRINA 106
GREENBERG, JODI 21, 47,75
GREENBERG, LISA 18, 36, 44, 72, 76,2
GREENE, ELIZABETH 106, 113
GREENE, JEFF 106
GREENE, JOSHUA J. 148
GREENE, MICHAEL 126
GREENE, WENDY 76, 92
GREENFIELD, DAN1 M. 126
GREENING, BILLY 106
GRESENZ, AMY E, 51, 148
GRIFFIN, JEWEL 148
GRIFFITH, DEBRA 106
GRIFFITH, KEVIN 126,231
GRIMALDI, CHERYL 148
GRISSINGER, NANCY 257
GROVES, CHRISTOPHER E, 148
GUENTHER, FRED 76
GULLY, ALLISON 76
GUTZWILLER, KIMBERLY 76
HAARBERG, SHER1 126
HAAS, ANDY 178, 258
HADDAD, MIRNA 76
HADFIELD, LAURENCE G, 126
HADFIELD, SAMANTHA 33, 44, 50, 76, 289
HAFER, TAMMY 148
HAGAN, NIKKI 38, 76, 218, 277
HAGMANN, LORI 4, 38, 66, 76
HAINI, BRUCE A. 148, 182
HALE, BRENT D. 148
HALE, JONELL 106
HALEY, NATASHA 106
HALL, ALISON 126
Index 31 5
HALL, CARRIE 45, 76
HALL, DAVID 106, 178, 245
HALL, DON 76
HALL, JAMES 126, 225
HALLAHAN, DAVID 126, 231
HALLIGAN, DEBORAH 106
HALSTENRUD, KRISTI 38, 76, 218
HALUNEN, DUANE J. 148
HAMBLETON, SCOTT 76
HAMBLIN, KIMBERLY 126
HAMES, JASON 126
HAMILTON, CLAY W. 126, 187
HAMILTON, SCOTT 230
HAMILTON, TIFFANY 107, 234
HAMMILL, KAYLENE 148
HAMPTON, DEANNA 48, 76, 210
HANNA, BECKY 35
HANNA, CHAD 148
HANSEN, ERIC 126, 216
HANSEN, STEPHEN J. 126
HANSON, RYAN 148, 182
HARBAUGH, HEATHER 107
HARDIE, KEVIN 107
HARE, DANIEL 30, 107, 193, 195, 241
HARPER, KEITH K. 148
HARRINGTON, TONYA 76, 164
HARRINGTON, VALERIE 126
HARRIS, STEPHANIE 126
HARRISON, NADIA 126
HARRISON, ROGER D. 51, 126, 250
HARTMAN, CRAIG 50, 56, 76, 162, 249
HARTMAN, KELSEY C. 148
HARTWIG, COLIN 58, 76, 167, 204, 242
HASKINS, TRAVIS 261
HASSAN, HADI 76
HASTY, JENNIFER 76
HATFIELD, JEFFREY 148
HAUPT, JUAN J. 126
HAWKEN, JENNIFER 107
HAWKEN, KRISTINE L. 148
HAYASHI, AKIO 126
HAYASHI, HIDEAKI 42, 76
HAYES, CHRISTINA M. 126
HAYES, DENA 148
HAYES, ERIC 126, 249
HAYES, GERALD 77
HAYES, RYAN N. 66, 75, 77, 178
WINDEE R. 148
HAYS, CRAIG 267
HEADLUND, CHANDRA 126
HOFFMAN, ERIC J 24, 149
HOFFMAN, SCOTT R. 149
HOLLAND, CASEY 149
HOLLAND, DAVID 149
HOLLSTEIN, ANDREA 107
HOLMER, JIM 127,249
HOLMS, COREY 77
HOLSOPPLE, TRACI 127
HOLZWARTH, JOHN 149, 182, 208, 242
HOMSI, RITA 127
HONG, JAMES W. 127, 183, 226, 228
HOOD, AMBER 78
HOOPAUGH, MATTEW 107
HOSKINS, ERIC 71, 78
HOSKINS, JASON 149, 182
HOU, ALAN 78
HOU, JASON Y. 127
HOUSTON, JEFFREY 127
HOVANEC, JOHN 53, 78, 301
HOVANEC, TANYA 127
HOWELL, DANIA S. 108
HOWERY, MARK 108, 207, 251
HOY, JARED R. 127
HOYLE, KEVIN 149
HSIEH, WILLIAM 149
HSU, MAYLIN 13, 78,90
HUANG, JERRY 108
HUANTE, JOSE L. 127
HUDDLESTON, PAUL 127, 183
HUDDLESTON, STEVEN 149
HUDSON, BONNIE 267
HUGHES, BRIAN 78, 178
HUMPHREY, GRETCHEN L, 149
HUNGERFORD, MIKE 78
HUNT, ANNA 108
HUNT, BRADLEY W. 25, 150
HUNT, BRANDON 108
HUNTZINGER, DAWN E. 38, 127
HUSS, CARY G. 127
IGER, DENISE 49, 108
INGA, ANTHONY 74, 78, 164, 178, 227
IRWIN, MARK 108, 202, 244, 246
HEIDLER, DOUGLAS 107, 178
HEIM, TRACY 126
HELMICK, ROBYN 33, 38, 50, 77, 201
HELMS, ERIC 126, 183
HELMS, JASON 107
HELZER, TYSON 107
HEMMINGER, GRETCHEN 149
HEMRICK, DANA 77
HEMRICK, TERA L. 31, 127
HENNESSEY, CHRIS 214
HENNING, KIMBERLY ANN 149, 220
HENNINGER, JULIE 127
HENSHAW, CAREY 37, 107
HERBEL, KAY 271
HERBERT, HEATHER A, 149
HERMAN, JACKIE 13, 56, 77, 86
HERMAN, MARTY 45, 77
HERMANN, TIFFANI A.
HERNANDEZ, DONNA 107
HERNANDEZ, MUNIQUE 127, 198, 232
HERNANDEZ, SANDRA 77
HERTEL, ELIZABETH 127
HERVIG, LAURA 77, 190
HERVIG, LISA L. 127
HETTICK, MARILYN 14, 258
HICKMAN, ERICA 101
HICKS, MARCI M.
HIGHT, DANNY 107
HIKIDA, RICHARD 107, 193, 241
HILL, DWAYNE 77
HILL, STEPHANIE E. 202, 213
HINE, MARK L. 107
HINES, MATTHEW 127, 242
HO, ALAN 248
HO, JAI 43, 50, 77
HO, JUNG 42, 149
HO, KIM 77
HO, SHANNE 39, 48, 51
HO, THANH 101
HOANG, NGOC B. 50, 107
HOANG, TANYA 38
HOBAN, MICHELLE 149
HOBBS, SAMANTHA L. 26, 41, 107
HOCKENSMITH, CINDY 107
HOCKING, STEVEN J 149
31 6 Index
ISAACS, CALIENE M. 150
ISAILOVIC, IVANA 150
ISELI, JOY 261
ISHIGURO, ERICA 42,78
JACKMAN, SHERRIE 50, 120, 127
JACOBS, ARTHUR B. 127
JACOBS, KENDALL 55, 108
JACOBSON, VIKKI 78
JAMES, CHRISTINA 50
JAMES, EDWARD 78, 81
JAMES, JULIE A. 127
JAQUAY, ERIC 50, 78
JEFFREY, MELISSA 127
JELENSKY, HEATHER 79
JENSEN, ANDREA 79, 127, 140, 202, 203, 212,
JENSEN, AUDREY 79, 140
JESTER, CHRISTOPHER, B
JESTER, ROBERTA 266
JOHANSON, KIMBERLY 108, 199
JOHNS, JASON W 108, 167
JOHNS, RAMONA 9, 150, 220
JOHNSON, AMANDA K 127
JOHNSON, AMBER M 79
JOHNSON, CARRIE 34
JOHNSON, CHRIS 108, 178, 180, 204, 22
JOHNSON, CINDY 51, 127
JOHNSON, DANIELLE L, 128, 140
JOHNSON DAVID 10, 64, 89, 108, 192
JOHNSON, EDWIN 38, 79, 204, 205, 206
JOHNSON, ERIC L. 150, 196, 241
JOHNSON, ERIK O. 108, 153, 302
JOHNSON, JENNIFER 108
JOHNSON, JO ANN 267
JOHNSON, JOHNNY 193
JOHNSON, MIKE C. 128, 183, 230, 231
JOHNSON, NORM 261
JOHNSON, PHILIP 61, 108
JOHNSON, REBECCA 9, 127
JOHNSON, ROBYN 38, 79
JOHNSON, TED 128
JOHNSON, TIFFANY 108
JOHNSON, TROY 48, 58, 59, 62, 79, 172, 173, 204,
JOHNSON, VENESSA K. 150
JOLLIFF, JEFF 57, 79
JONES, DAVID 38, 150, 197, 241
JONES, HEATHER M. 128
JONES, KEN 108
JONES, TONY R.
JORDAN, RENE 11, 79
JORDAN, SUE 267
JOUBRAN, JOHN 208
JUHN, CATHY S. 42, 150,202
JUHN, PAUL 43, 47, 79, 307
KACZOR, DAN 108
KADONADA, GREG 128
KAMINSKI, GRANT M, 150
KANATSIZ, ERTUVAN 266
KANE, CHRIS 108
KATSARIS, GARY 108
KEAST, SEAN 178
KELL, BRETT 150, 242
KELL, BRIAN 178
KELL, MICHAEL K. 150, 197
KELLER, APRYL 257
KELLER, BRETT J.
KELLER, ERIK 33, 58, 79
KELLER, JAMES J, 128, 231
KELLER, JOHN 150
KELLY, DEAN 108
KELLY, THERESA 108
KENNEDY, LAURA M. 128, 151
KENNY, CHRISTY L. 79
KENT, ELIZABETH 109
KERFOOT, ROBYN 128, 212, 235
KESSELMAN, JENNIFER 15, 22, 78, 79
KESSLER, SHELLY A. 128
KESTER, MIKE 258
KESTER, STEVE 258
KHADEMI, PAIAM 249
KHAN, SHAIS 109, 214
KIM, JAMES 79
KIM, LINDA 109
KIM, MICHAEL 135
KIM, MIKE 128,248
KIM, ROBERT D. 150, 197,241
KIM, SANDY 47, 150
KIM, SOYOUNG 150
KIMES, MELODY L. 128
KIMPAU, SOKKAN 101, 109, 207
KINDT, CHRISTOPHER R. 17, 128, 196, 2
KIRBV, CHRISTOPHER 128,207,231
KIRK, DANA 37, 109
KIRK, DIANE 79
KIRKWOOD, KIRSTAN K. 150, 235
KIRKWOOD, KYRA 109
KIRWAN, RICHARD 254
KISSLER, BRAD 36, 79
KLEIN, DusT1N J. 150
KLEIN, MATTHEW 33, 79
KLEIN, ROBIN M. 42, 50, 64, 79
KLONOWSKI, MATHEW 123, 197,241
KMETZ, JENNIFER 150
KNAPP, KARI 128
KNowLEs, KYLE 79
KO, DAN 43, 79
KOCH, CHERYL 50, 79
KODIS, NICOLE M. 150
KOSKELLA, KEITH E.
KOSMIN, AARON R, 150, 194
KRAUSE, JENNIFER 150
KRALISE, JULIE 79
KRAUSS, MELISSA 109
KRAWCZYK, ELIZABETH 38, 39, 109.
KRAWCZYK, MARY E. 150
KRAWITZ, MARC 128
KREJCI, CHRIS 80
KRUEGER, DARIN 80
KRUEGER, KRISTINE M.
KRUEGER, TONY 42, 80, 204
KUDRON, KADE 178,214
KULI, KIRK 109, 193, 195,236
KUMAMOTO, JOYCE 31, 80, 198, 288
KUMAMOTO, NANCY 38, 128, 198
KUNG, IRENE Y, 42, 50, 150
KUNSCH, KATHY J, 128, 220
KUPPERSTEIN, JOEL 11, 51, 80, 249
KUPPERSTEIN, SUSAN 150
KUREK, BARBARA 262
KURUTZ, STEVEN 109, 185
KUSUDA, JAMES 109, 207
LABARGE, MICHAEL 109
LA BARRE, SHANNON 128
LA BRIE, LANA 149, 150
LA BRIE, LARA 80
LAI, ANNIE L. 151
LAI, JAMES 151,208
LAMB, DAVID 151
LAMBERT, KAREN L. 27, 51, 128
LAMBERT, KIMBERLY 80, 139
LAMBERT, KRISTINA 65, 77, 80
LAMSON, JOEL 80
LANDMESSER, SHERI 50, 109
LANDSKRON, TIFFANY A. 25, 157
LANG, CRAIG 128, 129
LANZONE, TONY 109, 111,214
LARSEN, ERIC 47, 80
LARSON, GARY 128, 129, 196, 236
LARSON, GREG 13, 15, 30, 34, 50, 64, 8
LARSON, KURT 230
LATHROP, SHERRY 29, 38, 66, 80
LATTERI, GREGORY 80
LAU, SANDRA 80
LAUGHINGHOUSE, SUSAN 266, 267
LA VIERS, ROSE M. 128, 129
LAVIOLA, STEPHANIE 110, 212
LAWHON, HAROLD 151, 182
LAWHON, PAULA M. 128, 129, 173
LAWRENCE, DAVE 264
LAXOF, HEATHER 151,213,238
LAZOF, ELIZABETH L. 27, 128, 129
LEACH, CHRYSTAL 129
LEAO, THARA 80
LECHNER, DEAN 110
LEE, DANNY 151, 249
LEE, GRAHAM 80
LEE, LEONARD 42, 46, 80
LEE, LILY 50, 110
LEE, MEGAN 31, 80, 198, 199
LEE, MICHELLE 129, 246
LEE, SAMMY 129
LEE, YA FONG 151
LEETCH, DAVID W. 182
LEFLER, JULIE 151,212
LEFROY, HEATH M, 129
LEHMAN, JASON 222
LEHMUTH, LAWRENCE 81
LEIBEE, SKYE J.
LEIGH, MICHAEL D. 51, 129
LEIVA, DEBORAH 51, 54, 110,218,219
LEMBURG, CHRISTINE 151, 202, 220
LENTZ, DAWN A, 129
LETTMAN, ANDREA L. 151
LEUAN, ANDREA L. 151
LEUNG, ALBERT 110
LEUNG, VERNA 50
LEVY, JULIE 129
LEWIS, AMY M. 151,220,240
LEWIS, CARRIE 39, 51, 110,240
NGUYEN, NANH 32, 112
LEWIS, JASON 81
LEWIS, LANCE 50, 110, 186
LEWIS, WHITNEY 81, 298
LICKYL, COMIE 36, 66, 81, 94
LICKYL, PETER J. 151, 208
LIEBERMAN, DAWN M. 38, 129
LILLYMAN, CHRISTINA 15, 20, 22, 81
LIM, JANE 50, 64, 81
LIN, MELINDA 81
L1NFORD,NEWEL C. 129, 152, 183
LIZZIO, JOHN 152, 231
LOFARO, DIANNE 10, 18, 71, 81, 231
LOMBARDI, DAVID 129, 208
LOMBARDI, MARCELLO 152. 208
LOMBARDI, PETER 111
LONGYEAR, KAREN 51, 111, 186, 244, 246
LOOKER, JERRY 263
LOPEZ, FELIPE C.
LORENZ, KEN 51, 266
LOSS, ELIZABETH R.
LOSS, KATHY 11, 39, 51, 81
LOSS, RICKY 152, 197, 241
LOSS, ROBIN 39.51, 124, 129
LOUIE, ERIN 152
LOUVIAUX, MELISSA 81
LOVE, JOSEPH 129, 183, 231
LUEBCKE, DAVID 111, 263
LUEM, ANDREA L.
LUHRSEN, KURT F. 129
LUKOWSKI, DWAYNE 81
LUNDQUIST, WILLIAM E. 129
LUNDY, ALLEGRA 152
LUONG, ANGIE 45,81
LUSHER, CINDY S. 152, 155
KEVIN 34, 47, 81
LUTTRELL, SCOTT 152
LYNCH, KORY M. 39, 51, 129, 184, 242
LYNCH, KYLE 81, 178, 242, 244
LYON, COLIN P.
MAC BIRD, ROBERT 129
MAC DONALD, THERESA
MACK, KIRSTEN 129
MACKEL, DARRIN 82
MACKENZIE, SCOT 38, 82, 193, 195, 236, 257
MADISON, PHILLIP 111, 184
MADORE, DEAN 129
MADORE, PAUL 82
MADSEN, MATT 129
MAFFEI, MIKE 242
MAFFEN, MIKE 129
MAHONEY, PAT 178, 264
MAHONY, JULIE 66, 82, 90, 164
MAHRLEY, BILL 263
MAI, KIM 111
MAI, TOLAN 111
MAIRENA, CESAR 186
MAIZEL, STEPHANIE 22, 82
MALEK, ERIC F. 125
MALLIN, ALEXANDER X, 47, 129
MALLONEE, AMANDA 152
MALLONEE, MARLENE 82
MALLONEE, MIMI R, 152
MALLONEY, SEAN F. 111
MALO, AARON 11, 38, 64, 82, 192, 236
MALO, MARK 207
MANDEGAR, FRANK 82, 166
MANKTON, ERICA 37
MANN, JOHN 129
MANN, SANDEE R.
MANNEH, GHADA 82
MANNING, SANDRA 22, 82, 232
MANSOLINO, ANN 129
MANTY, CHARLES H. 152, 231, 267
MANTY, JENNIFER 26, 111
MARCHESE. JENNIFER 49, 129
MARCUS, DAVID 82
MARESH, JASON 152
MARESH, THOMAS 82
MARGAROS, GEORGE 82
MARGAROS, JOHN M.
MARGOLIS, SCOTT 111
MARIN, ANDY V. 130,267
MARKLE, WILLIAM 111
MARKS, JULIE 111
MAROVIC, SILVANNA 152
MAROVIC, STEVEN 111
MARSH, PAUL J. 130, 249
MARSH, RANDALL 130, 217
MARSH, SHAWNA 71, 83, B8
MARTIAN, CARYL 3, 22, 38, 279
MARTIAN, JASON 152, 182, 207
MARTIN, JAMES 83
MARTIN, KATHERYN 152
MARTIN, TINA 111, 117
MARTIN, VICTOR 83
MARTINEZ, CESAR A.
MARVIN, BETH 130
MARVIN, CHRIS 51, 83, 204, 206, 242
MASCHNER, SHANNON 83
MASON, BRUCE 111, 193
MASON, JERRY 83
MAST, KIMBERLY P. 152
MASTEN, CARLA 83
MATAMALA, RIQUELME C. 42, 83
MATER, VINCE 111
MATHENY, JENNIFER 130
MATHERLY, CHRIS 216
MATHESON, PHILIP 83
MATHEW, JEFF 152
MATHEW, JUSTIN G. 83
MATHEWS, AMY M
MATHEWS, ANILA 202
MATSUOKA, DERON 47, 83, 193
MATSUOKA, LORI S. 42, 51, 130,210
MATTHESON, PON 83
MAYER, TANYA J, 130
MAYER, WESTON 83
MAYES. ALEXIS A
MAYHUGH, NATASHA 111
MAZER, MICHELLE M. 130
MAZUR, MOLLY R. 152
MC AFFEE, SHAWN
MC ALLISTER, NICOLE 51, 130, 202, 220
MC BRIDE, JOHN
MC CAMMON, THOMAS 24, 83
MC CANDLESS, JENNY 218
MC CARTNEY, SHAWNA 3, 18, 83, 199, 296
MC CARTY, BRENT 83
MC CARTY, COLLEEN E. 25, 130
MC CLANAHAN, KELLY
MC COLLUM, RYAN 152, 187,216
MC CONAHA, MICHAEL A. 152
MC CONNELL, KELLY 130
MC CORMICK, HEATHER 111,220
MC CRAE, DON 270
MC CRARY, STAR 130
MC CRYSTAL, MIKE 64,258
MC DONALD, JEROME 39, 83
MC ELROY, AUDREY L, 152,202,213
MC ELROY, CORINNA 111
MC ELROY, JEFF 38, 83
MC FADDEN, GREG 81, 83, 89, 193,236
MC FADDEN, TODD 130, 185, 187, 242
MC FALL, TAMMY 152
MC FARLANE, MELISSA A. 34, 111
MC GINNIS, MICHAEL R. 152, 182
MC GLADE, ANTHONY S. 130
MC GOVERN, REBECCA L. 240
MC GRAE, DON
MC INTYRE, CHRISTOPHER 130
MC KAY, TIMOTHY 152, 231
MC KHANN, PADDY
MC KINNEY, SHAWN 130
MC LEAN, PAIGE 39, 47, 83, 90, 218, 242, 258,
MC MASTERS, HEATHER 38, 83, 187
MC MILLAN, HEATHER
MC MILLEN, ERIN
MC MURTREY, JODY 130
MC NULTY, TIMOTHY 38, 72, 89, 164, 178, 222,
MC PHERSON, KELLY 38, 153
MC PHERSON, MARK 11, 38, 64, 84, 94, 204, 206
MEACHAN, BRIAN 130
MECKSTROTH, NICOLE A. 111
MEECH, BLAKE 242
MEEK, KEVIN 130
MEI, TODD 130,222
MELLODY, AMY 130
MELLODY, BRIAN 153
MELLODY, JULIE ANN 84
MENDOZA, BELINDA 84
MENDOZA, TERESA 153, 220, 246
MERHA, BRIAN 153, 182
MERICLE, THOMAS 77, 84
MERRIFIELD, SANDY 84
MESAROS, MICHAEL 111
MEULMESTER, JOHN 264
MEWMAN, GEOFF 85
MEYER, CHRIS 242
MEYER, ERIN 11, 12, 31, 38, 44, 199,218,849
MIDDLETON, ADJOA M.
MILASH, LISA R. 84
MILITELLO, CHRISTINE L. 153
MILITELLO, GINA 84, 309
MILLER, DANIEL 130
MILLER, HEATHER 81,84
MILLER, JACK 85
MILLER, JENNIFER C, 10
MILLER, KATHRINE 131
MILLER, MATT 53, 187
MILLER, MICHELLE 130
MILLER, NATALIA 153
MILLER, RICHARD 131
MILLER, ROBERT 84, 204
MILLER, ROY V. 153
MILLER, SCOTT C. 131,216
MILLER, WES 85, 87, 178, 180
MINGER, JULIE 85
MIRANDA, JAMES D. 131
MIRTLE, DEBIE 36, 85
MITCHELL, MATTHEW 153
MITCHELL, TIM J. 153
MIZE, CHRISTOPHER S.
MOHLER, DAVID 85
MOHLER, MICHAEL J. 153, 182
MOHLER, PAUL 114
MOLINARI, FELICIA 7, 22, 85
MONCKTON, ERIKA 36, 104, 111
MONROE, DARRYL 61,85
MONROE, KRISTEN 85
MONROE, SHERRY 111
MONTGOMERY, JON 153, 182, 343
MOODY, DENNIS 230, 231, 263
MOODY, VENUS D,
MOONEY, CAROL 260
MOORE, DAN 131
MOORE, DAVID 85
MOORE, DIANA S. 131
MOORE, JENEAN 153
MOORE, KAREN 264
MORALES, AMY 153
MORCOS, STEPHEN 153, 503
MOREHOUSE, KIMBERLY 131, 140,
MORGAN, TRACY 85
MORGAN, WILLIAM 131
MORRIS, MARVIN 153, 197,241
MORRISON, RENEE E. 154
MORROW, BRADON 154
MORROW, CHRISTOPHER 85, 204
MORROW, DANIEL 154, 216, 217
MORTENSEN, BRENT 85, 178
MORTON, BARBARA 261
MOSS, ALISA M.
MOTTAZ, KRISTEN D, 45, 154
MUELMEISTER, JOHN 45
MUGGENTHALER, STEPHANI 21, 2
MULLEN, KELLY 12, 31, 75,85
MUNEZ, JENNIFER C. 131
MUNOZ, ANGELA C. 131
MURATALLA, CISCO 111
MURG, MICHELLE N. 131
MURPHY, MEGAN K, 131
MURPHY, RUSS 183,263
MURRAY, NANCY 2, 254
MURRAY, SUSAN L. 131
MURRAY, TODD A. 154, 187
MUSHEGAN, TIFFANY 131
MYERS, CHRISTOPHER 54, 154
MYERS, TOBI ANN
NAJM, REEM 111
NAKHJAVANI, ARASH 166
NANCE, CHRISTOPHER 131
NASSER, ANNA 154
NAVARRO, MARIA E, 27, 131
NAYA, JOSEPH A. 131, 183
NEILSON, REID I
NELSON, COURTNEY 26, 111, 113
NELSON, GREG O. 131, 187,216
NELSON, JULIE 111
85, 166, 242
NELSON, LYLE 85
NELSON, SHERIDA 85, 308
NELSON, TODD 84
NEWBOLD, MARIANNE 131
NEWITZ, CYNTHIA 14,261
NEWMAN, BRANDI 16, 18, 37, 53, 64,
NG, EETUNG C. 131
NGANN, SACCARA 154
NGO, TRANG 85
NGUYEN, CHAU 112
NGUYEN, DAT 112, 249
NGUYEN, JACQUELINE 112
NGUYEN, LAM T.
NGUYEN, LONG N.
NGUYEN, PAMELA C. 154
NGUYEN, QUYEN 42, 64, 112
NGUYEN, TOT 131
NGUYEN, TRI M,
NGUYEN, TUOI 86
NICHOLES, MELODIE A. 143, 154
NICHOLSON, ROBERT D.
NICKERSON, KERRI 86
NICKERSON, TRACEY 37, 86
NIEBLA, YESENIA P. 154
NIEDERBERGER, HANS J. 154
NOBLE, MIKE 112, 178, 180, 214, 215
NORMAN, CYNTHIA 112, 246
NORMAN, JEFFREY 185, 225
NORRIS, SHANE 183, B1
NOVELLO, LORI J,
NOWICKI, CYNTHIA 37, 112
NUNEZ, JARON 154
NUNEZ, JENNIFER 38,51,91,132, 191
NUNNALLY, JASON O. 132
OBER, BRIAN E. 132
OCHOA, DAVE 227, 265
OCHOA, JASON 154, 182
OCHOA, SONIA S. 154
O CONNOR, AERIAN 154
O DAY, AMY 86
ODIAM, LESLIE E, 132
O DONNELL, ERIN 112
OGILVIE, MICHAEL C. 132, 208, 242
OGLESBY, KIMBERLY 132
OH, JOHN 50. 86
Index 31 7
OHLSEN, CRAIG 36, 44,86
OHLSEN, JENNY C. 154,213
O KEEFE, DAVID S. 154
OLEA, JOHN E. 132, 183
O LEARY, CASEY 132
OLIVAREZ, GENA M.
OLSEN, JEFF 10, 34, 35, 47, 86. 95, 132, 193, 302
DARCY J. 112
MIKE 132, 162
O MALLEY, HEATHER
O MALLEY, LESHA 132
O NEAL, JILL K.51,132,198
O ROURKE, PATRICK J. 182, 242
ORTIZ, BENJAMIN M. 154
OSBORN, BRIAN W. 132
OSTIGUY, CYNTHIA M. 155
OUZOUNIAN, VARTAN 155
OWENS, ERIC 132, 236
OZAKI, RIKIO A. 38, 51, 132, 197, 241
OZUNA, SELENA M. 24, 155
PACE, TAMRA 151, 246
PAGONIS, CASSIE 86
PAINTER, CHRISTA 132
PALMATEER, LISA 112
PALMINTERI, FRANK 204, 206, 263
PALMROTH, ANTHONY 86
PALMROTH, LOREN 112, 187
PANTOLL, SIOBHAN C. 112, 218
PAPROSKI, MARK 86, 186
PAPROSKI, MICHELLE 52, 112, 244, 2
PARILLO, ANTOINETTE 132
PARISH, MARSHA L.
PARKER, KATY 10, 25, 115
PARLEE, STEPHEN 132
PARSON, MADHURI 9, 126, 127, 132,
PARSON, NARESH 112, 248
PARSONS, ALLISON S. 51, 202, 248
PARSONS, KIP EI. 155, 208, 241, 302 gf
PARSONS, SCOTT 39, 43, 48, 58, 86, 173,204,206
PATEL, PRITY 86
PATEL, SIMA R. 132
PATNODE, DANIEL J.
PATRICK, JENNIFER 87
PATRIDGE, BENNIE 21, 56, 87
PATTON, SHANNON 133
PAUL, MICHELLE L. 133, 246
PAULSON, RANDY 133
PEARSALL, BRIAN 155, 182
PEARSALL, JAY 133, 207
PEEK, JIM A.
PELLETIER, CHRIS M. 115
PEMBROKE, HOLLY A. 133
PENA, GLORIA M, 155
PEREZ, DEANNA 112
PEREZ, LENA 112
PEREZ, PHYLIS 213, 266
PEREZ, RAUDEL 155
A, CANDIE 87
, WILLIAM 133
PERSON, TAMARA 155
PERSON, TRULEE B7
PETERS, GREG G.
PETERS, SHARI L.
PETERSON, ERIC M, 155, 222
PETERSON, JAMES M.
PETERSON, JEFF 38, 87, 186, 214, 215, 242, 244,
PETERSON, KEVIN 214
PETERSON, ROBERT 112
PHAPHAM, GIANG 133
PHAM, GIANG 133
PHAM, HIEN 155
PHAM, KHANH 87
PHAN, NAM Q. 133
PHAN, VAN H,51,133
PHILLIPS, TYLER L.
PIANTIDOSI, KARA 133, 140, 190, 238, 239
PIESCHEL, JENNIFER S. 24, 155
PIEST, CHERI 47, 48, 53, 58, 59, 87, 173, 273
PINE, CHRISTOPHER 112
PIPER, ROBERT 32, 44, 55, 65, 72, 78, 80, 83, 112,
115, 222, 242
PIPPIN, SHANNON 240
PISZCZEK, CAROLINE I33
PITTMAN, RYAN O. 133
PLANK, PAUL 87
PODRAZA, SHANNON I33
POLLAR, JEFF 45, 49, 87
POLLEY, RICH 264
POLLOK, LISA L. I55, 190, 191,246
POOLE, BARBARA J.
POOLE, DARRIN 112
POPEJOY, JAMES I55, I62, 242
POPEJOY, JAMIE 112
PORBE, CAMILLA C. 6, I55
POREMBA, JIMMY II0, 112,273
PORTER, RON I2, 67, 160, 204
PORTER, SHERI 37, 104, 112
POTTER, MIKE 87 ,
POTTER, SHAWN I3. I33
POULOS, MARISA O, 50, I33, 240
POOLSON, CAMERIN I33
POULSON, SEAN 46, 51, 87
POWELL, GENEVIEVE 66, 67, 93
POWER, CAPRICE I55, 202, 220, 246
PRATT, OENISE I33
PRATT, JEFFREY I63
PRESTON, COLLEEN 31, 36, 67, 167
PRESTON, NORMA 255
PRETTYMAN, MELISSA 9, I33, 140, I
PRIEM, JOHN II0, 112, I76, 242
PROFFITT, JIM 63, 257
PROPST, WENDY 51
PROSSER, FAITH 87
PROSSER, JENNIFER 112
PROLII3, WAYNE 87
PYNE, SHANNON 47, 49, ae
OUINT, MATTHEW 155, 182, 208, 231
RABUN, LANCE 13, 15, 66, 88, 164, 1
RADFORD, CYTHIA 17, 133
RADNIACHER, SCOTT 88
RAFII, MICHAELL 133
RAFII, MICHAEL S
RAMM, EDDIE 156
RAMM, EDWARD J 145
RAMOS, RYAN D. 133, 183
78, 180. 226.
REDDICK, DARREN 88, 166, 214
REDMAN, CHRISTINA 113, 182, 232
REDMAN, MICHAEL 156, 242
REED, TRACY L.
REEKSTIN, MATT 101, 113,207
REES, JANINE 47, 88
REEVES, BRYAN 113,207
REGAN, CHRISTOPHER 113
REGRET, LAURA 50, 198
REICH, NICHOLAS 156
REICH, VALERI 133
REITER, JASON 156
REMELIN, AUTUMN 45, 88
REMELIN, JUSTIN 134
RENEER, HEATHER 113, 232
RENEER, KENNETH R. JR. 134, 208,
RENZI, STEVEN 88
RESKEY, STEVEN 60, 113
REX, TAMELA 88
REYNOLDS, JASON 224
REYNOLDS, TRAVIS A. 88
RHEINS, SCOTT A, 88
RICHARDSON, BRAD 114
RICHARDSON, BRIAN P.
RICHARDSON, ROBERT 114
RICKELS, KEVIN E. 134, 183
RIESCH, CHRISTOPHER 134
RIGGS, SHANNON 114
RILEY, PATRICK 88, 166, 178, 226
RILEY, SHANNON R. 134
RISTIC, NATASIA 88
RIVERO, CHRISTOPHER 156
RIZZO, PAUL 134
RO, CHARLES 43, 52, 88
RO, JULIE 42, 88, 134
ROACH, LISA 134
ROBBINS, ALLANA G. 134
ROBERTS, ALLISON 38, 50, 114
ROBERTS, JENNIFER 134
ROBERTS, JILL 3, 15, 22, 88, 89
ROBILLARD, DANIEL 186
ROBINSON, KEN 114,216
ROBY, TRICIA E. 38, 50, 123, 132, 16
ROCHEK, SHONTI J. 2, 9, 134
RODGERS, GERRID 88, 89
RODRIGUEZ, BRANDON 134
RODRIGUEZ, CARLOS E.
ROGERS, CAROL 264
ROGERS, LAURA 140
ROGERS, LAUREL K. 134
ROGERS, SCOTT 22, 38, 114
ROGGENKAMP, RICHARD P. 22, 134
ROLISON, MARTHA 77, 88, 89
ROMANDY, JENNIFER 88, 89
RONEU, SARA 9
RONEY, SARAH D. 156
ROONEY, JOSEPH R. 156, 187, 242
ROSALES, RENEE X. 42, 156
ROSE, NANCY 39, 114
ROSEN, ADAM 89
ROSS, CLAIRE 270
ROSS, CLAROSS, HEATHER A. 36, 88, 89
ROSS, HEIDI A. 156
JODI 114, 210, 235
ROTH, THOMAS 38, 88, 89, 226, 227
SABATASSO, JOHN 156
SACH, ERIC 38
SACH, KEVIN 114, 185, 242, 244
SACH, KORY 244
SAKAUE, BOB 42, 265
SALADIN, SCHELLE 22, 88, 89
SALAS, DANA A. 135, 220
SALCIDO, CHRISTINE 88, 89
SALDARINI, BRIAN 38, 88, 89
SALERNO, MIKE L. 135, 183
SALINGER, RANDY 45, 83
SALLOUM, TAREK 114
SALMERON, MARK 114
SALTER, GELENE 114
SALTZER, BECKY 36, 88, 89
SALTZER, DAVID 135
SALYER, GLEN 114
SALZMAN, ANNE 114, 177, 201, 232
SAMIA, GEORGE 89
SAMIA, STEPHANIE 156
SAMMONS, DAVE 34, 38, 39, 90, 193, 195
SAMUELS, JOSH R. 135
SAMUELSON, MERI 37
SANBORN, COLLEEN 13, 114, 246
SANDERS, JEFF 215
SANFORD, SHARON 47, 58. 90
SANT, JON B. 135, 197
SANTANGELO, CHERIE 135
SANTANGELO, FRANK 135, 183
SARKASIAN, GREGOR 34. 38, 50, 56, 64, 67, 90.
SAUKKOLA, KERRY 156
SAVALA, KELLEY 102
SCARANO, CASSANDRA L. 135
SCHAEFER, JEFFREY 114
SCHAEFER, JENNIFER 90
SCHARTUNG, JOSEPH 114
SCHELL, LERA C. 135
SCHENET, MICHELLE 115
SCHICHT, EDWARD 135
SCHILLING, LISA 156, 201, 213
SCHLICHT, CORY 38,90
SCHLICT, ALLEGRA 115
SCHMIDT, JENNIFER A. 156
SCHNEIDER, JEAN 257
SCHNELL, PAT 210, 258
SCHNOEBELEN, RALPH E. 135
SCHRADER, ERIC 64, 90, 156
SCHREIBER, SHANNON 51, 115
SCHROEDER, BRADY 135. 183
SCHUFFERT, TERI 90, 275
SCHULKEY, JACQUELYN 25, 46, 90, 283
SCHULTE, KIMBERLY M. 135
SCHULTZ, ROBERT 90
SCHULTZ, SARAH 156
SCHWALM, KRISTIN 29, 115
SCHWOERER, MIA 34, 105, 110, 115
SCOLLICK, LINDA K, 156, 220, 238
SCOLLICK, SHAUNA 115, 238
SCOTT, DARREN 115, 117, 236
SEARRIN, LENA 135, 191, 220,246
SEGRETO, JOHN 90
SEGRETO, LAURA 135, 232
SEIDNER, JILL 50, 156
RANCK, SUZANNE 88
ROWE, CHRISTINA 156
ROWELL, MARIANNE 134
ROYCE, DEBRA 134
ROYCE, RONALD 88, 89
RUBIN, SCOTT 134
RUBLE, TRACI R. 38, 51, 134, 189, 190, 220
RUEN, CHRISTOPHER A. 156
RUFF, VICTORIA 24, 156
RUIZ, HECTOR J. 156
RUSSO, MICHAELE J, 156
SELCER, JULIE 157
RICHARD JR. 187
MICHAEL E. 135
SHAFFER, AMANDA 135
SHAHINIAN, HENRY 183
PETTITE, ERIKA 133
PEW, LAURA L 133
31 8 Index
RANDALL, CARA 27, 133
RANDALL, SCOTT 112
RANDELS, KERI 156,201,218
RANGEL, JOSEPH U. 156
RASMUSSEN, JAMIE 38, 39, 88
RAUM, MICHAEL 112, 178
RAWLEY, KRISTIN 88
RAWORTH, JANNIFER 156,246
RAYMOND, TODD 24, 88
.RACHELLE 218, 219, 221, 261
DAVE 12, 30, 88, 89
RYAN, JEROME J.
RYAN, LORI A. 134
SHAKERI, JEFF 157
SHAKHVERDYAN, EDWIN 38, 51, 90 A
SHAMLOU, SHAWN 10, 34, 35, 38, 50, 64, 66, 90
162, 164, 172, 193, 236, 278,302
SHANE, TINA 51, 157
SHANK, CHRISTINE M. 157
SHARIFF, NASEER A, 115, 263
SHAW, JOEL 157
SHAY, WILLIAMO 52
SLEENHOF, MARC 135, 140, 184, 185, 242
34 67, 911.
SHEARER, JOLIE 115
SHEEKS, BEVERLY 90
SHELBOLIRN, HEATHER 50, 135
SHELTON, DAVE 202, 232, 263
SHERIDAN, WENDY 90, 198
SHERMAN, DAVID 90
SHERMAN, SAMANTHA 21, 34, 38, 66, 9
SHIMODA, STACY 115, 210
SHIN, DANNY J.
SHIPLEY, AMY M. 135, 200, 201, 212, 235
SHIRATORI, TOMOKO 51, 157
SHRADER, ERIC 34
SHULL, MISTY ANN 91, 115
SHIJSTER, NICHOLAS 115
SHYNE, MICHELLE 157
SIEOEL, STEPHANIE D. 135, 196, 220
SILvERBERO, KRISTI R. 27, 135, 167
SILVERS, SHAWN 61,91
SILVERTHORN, SCOTT 135
SIME, THEA J. 91
SIMON, DANIEL 157, 187
SIMON, JIM 91, 251
SINGERMAN, SHARON 36, 91
SIPL, BRENT M, 157
SITNER, MICHAEL P. 91
SITNER, PAUL 91
SITZMAN, MATTHEW E. 29, 135
SKINNER, RICHARD B. 115, 214, 250, 251
SLAWSON, MARK 157, 182, 208, 231
SLY, SANDRA L. 51, 157
,JACKSON 91, 179, 285
, ANY 244, 246
BRIAN K. 135
,CHEZ M. 91
JENNIFER M. 135, 220
LEAH M. 136
MICHAEL C. 157
RYAN W. 136, 183
SMITH, SHERRY 265
SMITH, STEPHEN 91
SMITHSON, LESLIE 115
SMITHSON, LOuELLA K. 156, 212, 235
SNAILUM, KYLE 91, 242. 283
SNEED, DANIELLE 91
SNEED, SEAN 115
SNYDER, DEBI L.
SNYDER, STEVEN 158
SOARES. FRED 56, 91, 178, 160, 242
SOLAzzO, NICOLE A. 158
SOLINGER, RANDY 91
SOMERS, RHONDA L. 136
SOMMER, STEVEN T. 136
SOuDANT. CHANTAL 115
SPECTOR, DARYL 12, 91
SPEES, JASON 92
SPENCER, DAWN 159, 202, 212, 235
SPRY, DENNIS 92, 166. 187,242
STANDLEY, KELLY J.
STANDLEY, WENDY S.
STANKO, LYNN 265
STARK, KATHERINE A. 136, 220
STARRETT, INOA 3, 26, 115
STAWASZ, TERESA L. 92
STEELE, ALLISON 158
STEELE, JEFFREY D. 136
STEENSLAND, KARIN R. 51, 136. 202, 2
STEFANI, BRIAN J.
STEFANI, TERRI 158
STEMMLER, JAMES 136
STEPHANS, MELISSA 115
STEPHENS, GRANT 115, 226, 227
STEPHENS, MICHAEL 136, 1133, 231
STEPHENS, ROBERT 158
STETLER, BRYAN R. 136, 163
STEVERSON, MICHAEL 116
STEVING, SUSAN 136
STEWART, JOMO 116, 178, 180
STEWART, SCOTT 136
STIGLER, CHRISTI 116
STIMAC, VANESSA R. 158, 213
STIMPS, JASON M, 116
STINCHFIELD, CATHERINE 18, 86, 92, 275
STITGEN, JENNIFER G. 92
STONE, SAMANTHA 116
STONEHAM, CRISTI 158
STONNS, JENNIFER 136
STRATFORD, TIM 50, 92
STRAWN, RONDA 92, 210
STRAVER, MARTY 60, 91, 92, 222
STUCKER, BRANDI 158
STUMP-RUDA, MINDY 246
SUBRAMANIAN, MALA 158
SUH, SHELLEV 202, 212, 246
SULLIVAN, PATRICK 92
SULZBERGER, JASON 34, 92
SUM, SHELLEV 158
SUMMERS, MARK 92
SURACE, CHRISTINA 116
SUTHERLAND, SHAWN 158
SVENSSON, JOHANNA 136
SWEARENGIN, KAREN C.
SWEARINGEN, LORI 131, 136
SWISTOK, NANCY 92
SWISTOK, VETURA R. 158
SWOPE, MATTHEW R. 158, 182, 242
SYLER, LUELLA 264
SZABO, ZITA 136
TAFOYA, CLARISSA 246
TAFOYA, CLARISSA 246
TAKIMOTO,NAR1TOSHI 10, 89, 92, 193, 194, 236,
TALIAN, STEVE D. 158, 182
TANG. MUOI 42
TARTAGLIO, NICOLE A. 136
TAVOULARIS, KATHERINE 46, 61, 92, 276
TAYLOR, TAYLOR, JASON M. 136
TAYLOR, TRACI S. 158
TAYLOR, VICKY 93
TEIGEN, DAVID 116
TEMPLE, JASON 116
TETTER, JUSTIN 135
THIELMAN, JULIA 255
CARA J. 136
TRAYCE 47, 93, 259
THOMASON, JULIE A. 116
THOMPSON, CHARLES 136
THOMPSON, CHRIS 183
THOMPSON, DAVID L.
THOMPSON, ERIC 137
THONER, PHIL 250, 261
THORNBURGH, RICHARD 38, 93, 226
THORNTON, SHAWN C. 137
THORSEN, THOMAS K.
THRASHER, KATHLEEN 50, 93, 218, 290
THRASHER, SUSANNAH J. 137, 140, 189, 216, 246
THURSTON, DAVID 116
TIGER, CHAD A.
TIGER, RICKY J.
TILL, SHEILA 93, 201, 233
TILLES, JAY 116
TIPTON, HEATHER 116
TIPTON, SHANNON 116, 158
TOLLISON, ANDREA L
TOMLINSON, CHERYL 235
TOMLINSON, MIKE 137, 187, 208, 242
TOOLEY, ANGELA 137
TORRES, ROBERT 271
TOTH, JENNIFER 116
TRACY, THERESA M. 137
TRAN, ANHDAI T. 137
TRAN, CANH V. 159
TRAN, CHUONG 159
TRAN, HIENCHUONG V.
TRANKIE, PETER A. 137
TRAPOLINO, ANTHONY 159
TRENT, PAMELA 116
TRIGEROS, ALANA J. 137
TRINH, TUAN 117
TROBAUGH, THOMAS 159
TRUJILLO, CASEY 29
TUCK, BRETT M,
TULLEY, PAT 216
TUNSTALL, CAREY 137,235
TUNSTALL, MICHELE 93
TUNSTALL, TRACEY 159
TURNER, DAVID 117
TURNER, REGINA 93
TURVILLE, SHANNON N. 42, 50,93
UEDA, SHAWN 117
UJIKI, DERREK 93,214
LIJIKI, DUANE 137
UYEDA, BRIAN 159
UYEDA, LISA 159
UYEDA, MICHAEL 117
UYEDA, ROBERT 50, 99, 117
VALENCIA, MARLA 159
VALENZUELA, VICTORIA, L, 51, 159,202,212
VALO, SHARA 93
VANCE, THOMAS E, 137, 183
VANDERGRIFT, MICHAEL R.
VANDERSLUIS, JASON 93, 177, 185
VAN DIXHORN, JAMES T.
VAN HAEREN, GEOFFREY
VANISKI, LAUREN 137
VAN METER, VINCE 93
VARISH, STEPHEN M. 137
VATTHAUER, GARY K,
VELASCO, JOHN M. 137
VELASCO, KRISTY A, 159
VELO, IVAN 117
VERBURG, JASON 137, 187, 242
VERDULT, ERIC 117
VERGEL DEDIOS, FERNAND
VERT, CHAD 137, 183,231
VERZANI, CHRISTINE 137
VICARIO, ALEXANDER 137, 208, 209.
VICKERS. CHADD S. 159
VISAGE. JAMIE 137
VITALE, NICOLE 39, 47, 93, 172
VITCHUS, CHRIS 159
VITCHUS, PEGGY 159
VITTETOW, THOMAS 137, 183
VOTAVA, JOHN T 231
WADDELL, KIM 137, 200, 201, 235
WAGNER, ANGELA L 137
WAGSTAFF, MICHELE 81, 94
WAHL, DAVID 137
WAHL, MIKE 94
WALDEN, VINCE 159, 182
WALDRIP, ANDREW 94
WALDRIP, DANIEL C. 137,208
WALLACE, STEVEN 138, 208
WALLACE, VALERIE 26, 117,246
WALLIS, SHAWNA 159
WALTHER, CHRIS 138
WALTHER, PAUL 94, 242
JEFF 94, 185, 186, 187, 242
WANG, NANCY 42
WANG, NAOMI 42, 94
WANS, NAOMI II7
WARD, DONALD 138
WARD, KEVIN 117
WARES, ALLISON 26, 28, 55, 115, 117
WARES, SUZANNE 159
WARNER, KAREN 266
WARREN, LISA 149, 159, 198
SCOTT 159, 182
WARTBURG, MADALYN 117
WARTES, SUZANNE J.
WATERS, BRYAN 50, 94
WATERS, SEAN M.
WATROUS, JOHN 28, 31, 38, 66, 89, 94,
WATSON, CHRIS R. 138
WATSON, JASON 159
WATSON, JENNIFER 117
WATSON, TODD 138
WEBB, DAVID 138
WEBB, LANNY 94
WEBBER, MICHAEL 159
WEBER, DANIEL 94, 277
WEI, SHAWN H. 160
WEILAND, CARRIE L. 138
WEISSMAN, ROSLYN 138, 190
WELCH, CHRISTOPHER 138
WELCH, KATHERINE 8
WERNER, JERRY 94
WEST, STEPHEN 138
WETZLER, DAVID 38, 101, 138,214,251
WHEAT, JOHN 160, 208
WHEAT, THERESA 94
WHITE, DANIEL 117
WHITE, DAVE 263
WHITE, SHERRI L. 160
WHITLEY, KENDRA 10, 26, 55, 115, 117
WIEDEMAN, MARK 61, 94, 214, 215
WILCOX, REBECCA M. 138
WILCOX, RICK 34
WILEY, KRISTIN D. 160
WILLEY, BETH 95, 290
W1LLEY,JANA 138, 240
WILLIAMS, AMY 138, 167
WILLIAMS, DANA D. 160
WILLIAMS, DEENA 95
WILLIAMS, ROD 257
WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY C. 186
ON, PAUL 95
WILLIS, JASON 95
WILLS, STEPHANIE 117, 201, 233
WILSON, BRIAN 95, 214, 215, 242, 244
WILSON, HILARIE R.
WILSON, TODD 183, 230
WINN, REBECCA R. 160
WINSLOW, RANDALL 117
WIRTZ, ROBERT 138
WOJAHN, BETHANY 55, 95
WOLF, DONALD 47, 89, 95, 193, 194, 195, 236
woLF. GREG J. 138
WOLFFE, MICHAEL 95
woLESoH, ALEX 95, 1913, 301
woLFSoH, JASON M. 160, 197, 241
wooo, JAMES E. 117
WOOLERY, ER1H 30, 95. 240, 297
WOOLERY, JOSH o. 153, 197, 208, 241
WRIGHT, ALLISON L. 160
WRIGHT, CRYSTAL L. 135
WRIGHT, LAHAE L. 138, 173
WRIGHT, RHONDA 45, 47, 95. 173
WRIGHT, RICHARD M. JR. 130
wu, BENJAMIN Y. 1313
wL1,cHuHo H. 160, 208
wu. CHUNG J. 208
wu, SHIRLEY 195
wo, TOBEY 42, 160, 198, 240
WYLIE, CHRIS 117
YAHIRO, JEANETTE A. 42, 51, 13B, 202.
YAHIRO, JENNIFER M. 139, 202, 210
YAMASAKI, KARIN 117, 210
YEAGER, DAWN 118, 139, 196, 240, 241
YEAMANS, LORY 160
YEE, KENNETH 38
YEE, KEVIN 34, 64, 95, 214
YENSEN, CHRISTY 95, 299
YETTER, JUSTIN S. 139, 183
YI, SCOTT R. 39, 139, 140, 148
YIM, THOMAS 254
YIP, EDWARD 11B
YOUNG, AMY 51,95
YOUNG, JULIE 118
YU, NIKKI R. 139
YUN, CHARLES 160, 208
ZADAH, OFEIK 139
ZAHABIAN, SHARONA 160
ZEIGLER, TRACY 11B
ZEMAN, CYNTHIA 11B
ZIEMER, SCOTT 116, 257
ZIGICH, ALLISON 21, 50, 118
ZIGICH, KAREN 95
ZORICK, RANDALL 50, 99, 118
ZROIGR, OBAR 11B
The 24th volume of The Odyssey
was published by Herff Jones of Marce-
line, Missouri. There were 1,500 copies
printed at a cost of 540,000 The staff
produced 541,300 from sales at a price
of S28 per book and 55,040 from the
sale of advertising at a cost of S180 for a
full page, S100 for a half page, and S55
for a quarter page. A S5 sitting fee for
color senior portraits raised approxi-
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buy equipment, primarily an Apple
DeskTop Publishing System.
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and James Photography Studio. Albert
and James developed and printed most
of the pictures and took the senior por-
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first time in Villa Park history.
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