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LION 88

Volume 59

Liberty Union
High School

850 Second Street

Brentwood, CA 94513

Published by

The Annual Staff of

Liberty Union High School



Contents w^

Student Life 2

Classes 12

Activities 62

Sports 90 I

Staff 144 *

Ads 160

Index 186



I pnninY

L IJ. 11. S.
Br.ENTV.CuD, CALIF.




Students Honor Ortega, Melgoza




The Homecoming of 1987 was a memorable
one for many people. Carlos Ortega and Rose
Melgoza were chosen as the Homecoming King
and Queen. Mr. Sal Naravo was selected as the
Grand Marshal. This year, there were eleven
Top boys due to a tie; they were Matt Curtis,
Manuel Misquez, Carlos Ortega, Darren
Foreman, Wayne Gantt, Gerald Blotz, Aaron
Meadows, Jason Gursky, Jason Titone, Paul Fe-
jes, and David Martin. The Top Ten Girls were
Brooke Lunsford, Melody Baldwin, Carmen
Martinez, Rose Melgoza, Christy Price, Anne
Gerry, Christine Coelho, Michelle Stranahan,
Heather Hopkms, and Katy Ladd. The winning
float was the sophomore's entry, "Devour the
Dons ".

The Sophomore Class continue their tradition of
succssful floats with their first place entry, "Devour the
Dons" Last year the sophomores came in second

To the tune of "Let Me Call You Sweethan", King
and Queen Carlos Ortega and Rose Melgoza recieve their
trophies as their proud parents look on.



Christy Price and Melody Baldwin, members of the Quctn $ loun, ride on their royal coaih in the
Humiioming Parade Both girls were in the Top Five







The ToJ) Eleven wait anxiously for the Homecoming King to be announced. This year, the
football team members wore their jerseys instead of their jackets to show that they did not
forget about the Homecoming game because of their Top Ten nominations.




Standing on Ohmstede Field, Queen
Rose Melgoza and her attendants wait for
the game to begin.



Trying to keep warm, Brooke Lunsford,
Christy Price, and Melody Baldwin huddle
under blankets.




The Homecoming Top Eleven boys pose for the photographer on Homecoming Day. T>iis
year was the first time ever that there was a tie for the Top Ten. The top five boys were Matt
Curtis, Manuel Misquez, Carlos Onega, Darren Forman, and Wayne Gantt.



miling King and Queen Carlos Ortega and Rose Melgoza pose for the camera after the
lomcioming Rally Carlos and Rose were also the Sophomore /Junior Prom King and
•ueen T>iis is the first time ever that this has happened.



Showing off her jpirit, this young hippie girl panicipain m in the Nerd/Scum/Hippie
Day of Spirii >X'«-k This year. Spirit Week lasted only four days because of • teacher work-
day on Munilay



Members of the Senior Class Duane
Grabncr, Doug Rodcritk, and Jason Washburn
show off their spirit on Homecoming Day



All dressed up, and no place to go?
RacheUe Diai and Christine Coelho par-
ticipate on Pajama Day




Jill Hampton and Jason Hensel try to keep warm during (he- Homecoming Oamc Thai Oc-
tober nighi was cool, and the wind chill factor made it seem as if it was a lot colder It also
sprinkled during the game.




LininB up for the tug-of-war. this young student dispUys her many buttons The Rally
Squad sold these buttons during Homecoming Week The Rally Squad also sold corsages on
Homecoming Day




spirit Week Captures Mood of Students




Many people participated in Spirit Week this
year. Tuesday was Pajama and Inside-out Day;
Wednesday was Jersey, Sunglasses, and Hat
Day, Thursday was Nerd, Scum and Hippie
Day, and Friday was Cardinal and Gold Day.
On Tuesday, the lunch activity was the Egg
Toss, won by the Seniors. On Wednsday, the
Senior Class won the Junior Class in volleyball,
and the sophomores beat the freshmen. Thurs-
day, the Suck and Blow was won by the seniors.
On Friday, the seniors won the volleyball finals.
The field activities on Friday were the Pie
Eating Contest (won by the seniors), the Tricy-
cle Race (won by the juniors), and the Tug-of-
War (won by the seniors).

Pulling with all their might, Monique Cozby and Jody
Hiiff.ikir try to win thf Tuji-of-War fur the class of '9 1 dur-
ing; ihc fickl attivities on Hometominf; Day

Plowing through the traditional half-time i>ostcr, the Var-
sity football team tomes back on the field leading the
Acalanes Dons. These huge posters take hours to make.



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Dave Martin, Christine Coelho, and Jason Gursky congratulate each other durmg the Homecom-
ing Rally Their proud parents look on ai the Top Ten wait anxiously to find out the Homecoming King
and Queen. 5




Wailing in line is (ust pan of going to u! I :.- „ >iuilcn(s are in ihe mack line in the

cafeteria complex These lines really became a problem in the wet weather as they were
open to the elements anij students got damp waiting for food



Filling out student emergency cards vias |ust one of the many steps or stations rec^uired of
students and their parents or guardians at the Walk-thru For the first time this year, all students
and a parent or guardian were recjuircd to go through a semi-registratiun process where forms
were filled out. pictures taken, bills paid, and yearbooks purchased



Students 'Walk Thru'



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Long LinesI The real problem of the Walk-thru was not the stations inside of the catctena area bat
the long lines in the heat outside of the building. Students and their parents were remarkedly patient
viith the first ever Walk-thru. Parents commented very favorably about the information they learned
about the school.



Kally Squad members Susan Snell and Jenni CaJandri study together in
one of their academic classes On game days the members of the squad wore
their colorful uniforms to school to help raise spint for the upcoming con-
tests. During the fall months the squad worked hard on rallies, in particular
the Homecoming Rally They spent many hours last summer going to camp
and perfeaing skills for entertaining the student body. Oltcn the girls stayed
aftet school to work on their routines and practice skits tor an up coming ral-
ly On the Wednesday evening before a rally, the entire squad had to come
down to the school to have their routines and skits auditioned before Stu-
dent Activity Director Roy Ghiggeri and a group of judges

The squad consists of freshmen, jv, and varsity cheerleaders; songleaders, I
mascots, and yell leaders. These positions are not elected in that the girls i
must tr)' out before a panel of judges wherein the most talented are then'
chosen for the honor of representing their school. The girls give up many an ;
evening at both home and away games to cheer on Liberty s teams. J




Kendra Blair, Rick Starbuck, and Michelle Stranahan all help at the
Walk-thru. They are passing out information about Drivers' Ed, the calen-
dar, and other "tid-bits".



Students use different forms of transportation to arrive at school. After parking their
autos these three boys walk onto campus as the young lady pushes her bike.



Are we in a nudist colony? Or art wc guin^ to ihc btach' This is high school' What has happened to our traditions''
Don't panicl This is only a shot of the f>upuldr Halloween Dance s[x;nsored by the Choii Club. For the last five years the
Choir Club has offered prizes for the best costumes This young man, discjuised with a black mask (and not much else),
ought to win a prize for courage and daring if nothing else After all, Halloween is the last day of October and the night time
temperatures were not conducive to this type of formal attire Maybe this guy was in training lor the Frozen Buns Run on
Bethel Island when it would be "really' cold This was just one of the many fine costumes students put together for the
dance and the judges had a very difficult time in selecting the top three winners. One set of chaperoncs got in the act as well
and came dressed as a butler and a maid The Choir Qub sponsors this activity and many others to raise money for their an-
nual trip Later in the year the club sold jewelry for Christmas gifts with each student assigned a "quota" to meet. The trip,
planned for the spring time, was to be several days long and to Southern C^itornia

Josan Miller and Scan Young share a quiet moment and a friendly
hand shake together For two years Josiin had a problem with her
first name as the people in the yearbook group kept s|x-lling it Jason
because they did not know her Sean was very active in track in his
junior year where he was named most valuable memlyrr of our crack
team. Scan also captured all league honors in track.




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Josan Miller is all decked out in a pony tail, old fashioned lei-
termen s sweater, and Beatles button as she participates in 60's Days
during Homecoming Week







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Dressed for the jungle, this female cat is ready to prowl at the Halloween Dance Tlic Choir
CJub en)oyed an excellent turn out to help boost their treasury



Yearbook Offers Different Look in Student Life Section



Rick Starbuck and Dcbby Ann Prcnk Tawny Whiicncr , alias Babt, reflects on
seem unsure as to which head is which as life as she rcchnes in the play Crimes of the
they test to find out that information. Heart".




The eyes have it! Kevin Wilson freaks out people with the phony eyes he wore to class one day
Attached to glass frames the eyes were weird

It's Ronald McDonald and friends! Not really, it was another of the fine costumes students
put together lur the Halluwccn Dame



Even Freddy Kruger m.uU- ii co the Hallowrcn Dantr' Gahr Harmrl thuck
and dt'li^hii'il siikIciks with ihis grunomc iintumr



"No Bo/os Surfing" pruilaims chc T-$hin of this studrnt Some siudrnis u(ili/i-d thi- frci- bu«-s (raiis|H)r
tadon provided by the school while others used publii transport




Danielk' Put-blo and Tim \X'et/tl study iuj;ethcr in Mr lim MtHugh's Intermediate
Physiial SiKnic Class Tim had |ust swiped Danielle's ejm



Johanna Peterson ami Rotky Pumpa participate in the Top Ten Skit for the
rally that announced the candidates for King and Quiin




Students Show Serious Side Too



Blowing bubbles, Gabe Harmel strolls across campus. The yearbook photographers s^x-iit the months of September, October,
arul the first part of November sneaking around campus tr>'ing to get good color candid pictures for the new Student Lift section
of the annual Michelle Matsutani, yearbook editor, attended a week-long conference in Sacramento this last summer and used
ideas learned there to design these first 1 1 pages ■ ■



Danny Baio and his girl friend, Tammy, head off for lunch time. This year
all students and staff had a single lunch continuing an experiment from last
spring




Melody Baldwin and Michele Stranahan goof off for the
cameraman Muhele and Melody were team mates on the Varsity
Volleyball Team



Mike McDaniels, Rachellc Dias, Christine Coelho, and Heather Hopkins cooperate in an
experiment in their Physics class Taught by Mr. Dennis Buckley, the science classes moved
completely out of D Wing this year.



Senior Boys Get Crazy During Homecoming Week




Greg Patterson glances over at the rest of the Michelle Tamayo and Stephanie Tovar help cheer
seniors that arc preparing to challenge the juniors in on the Senior Qass to a vutor)' during Homecom-
the tug-of-war contest. ing Activities on Ohmstede Field



RICHARD G. ABDELNOUR

JV Soccer, CSF, Honor Roll, Scholastii. Top Ten
DAVID V.ABONO
JV Football, Frosh Football, Varsity Baseball, J V Baseball, PE IWE
JAMES DALE ACKLEY



SALACOSTA

Wrestling

CHRIS ADDINGTON
Junior, Senior Class Treasurer, Annual Staff, Yearbook Society

ALFRED C. AMBRIZ
Varsity XX'restling



VALERIE ANGELE ANDRIEU
FFA, Varsity Swimming, Aitendamt Offite IWF, Counseling Offiic
IWE

JOS A THAN DA VID ARMSTRONG .
Playmakers

JUSTIN ARNOLD





MELODY ANNE BALDWIN
Gimmissioner of Rallies&Assemblies, Varsiry Volleyball, All League Se-
cond Team Volleyball, Varsiry VoUeybal Most Improved, JV Volleyball,
Most Valuable Player JV VoUeyball, Varsity Softball, JV Softball, JV
Softball Team Captain, Block L, Homecoming Top 5 Homecoming
Committee, Band III, A Capella Choir, Choir Club, Youth Educator,
Student Government, Student Council Plays, French Club, PE IWE,
Flag Team, Flag Team Captain, Bandsmen of the Month, Winter
Guard, Peer Counselor

SHERYL LEE BAREMORE
Rally Squad, Varsity Cheerleader, SADD, Youth Educator, PE IWE,
US History IWE, Tutor Liberty Vocational, Spirit Week, Sophomore
and Senior Float Committee, Senior Citizen Committee, Student
Leadership, Performing Arts Night

MIKE BARJARAS
Varsity Baseball, J V Baseball, J V Basketball, Frosh Basketball



BRENDA LIN A BARROS

Pep Club, Honor Roll

GERALD MACK BELL

Varsity Football, JV Football, Frosh Football, Frosh Basketball, Varsity
Track, Frosh-Soph Track, Block L, Honor Roll

ADAM BENT
Counseling Office IWE, Sea Cadet Representative



JESSICA BEVILL
DAVID BIRGE
STEVE BORGE



VIKKI BOWEN
DAVID M. BOUDREAU

Frosh Football, J V Wrestling, Counseling Office IWE

MELANIE BOTTOMS
JV Softball, French Club, Pep Club, Choir Club, A Capella Choir, Stu-
dent of Month Organizations, PE IWE, Math Tutor



BILL D. BOWERS JR.

Varsity Track, All League Track, Frosh-Soph Track, Block L, Honor
RoU, Science IWE, Welding IWE. Athlete of the Week, PE Student of
the Month

JACKIE BRIDGE
JV Basketball, Homemaking IWE, 84-86 Float Committee

JENNY JO BRIDGE
JV Baseball, PE IWE, Home Economics IWE, English IWE, Honor
RoU



JASOS BROWN
Boys State, Juniur Class I'risulini. Siniur (lass Frc-sidcnt, Youth
Educatur, Hum«umin}{ HaraJc C.uurdinatur, Student Leadership,
Language Arts IWE. (^SF, Honor Roll, Tennis Team, Student Council,
AtadririK Deiathon, Homctominj! Committee

DEBORAH EVELYN BVRKLUND
JV Cheerleader, Mead JV ( hiirliader. JV So<.ier, Varsity Volleyball,
Honor Roll. Frcnih (Jub, Foreign Fxihange Club, Student Of The
Month

TIA BYER



TRAGI DENISE CARTER

Majorette, A Capella Choir. Girls Ensemble, French Club, Choir Club,
Annual Staff, PE IWE, IWE Office Attendance Vice Principal IWE,
Homecoming Committee

CATHIE CERNA
Wrestling Charter

CHRISTINE COELHO
JV Volleyball, Varsity Volleyball, All U-ague Second Team Volleyball,
Varsity Track, Tennis Team, Commissioner of Athletics, Homecoming
Second Five Honor Roll, CSF, Block L President, CSF Secretary, Block
L, Student Leadership, Student Government. Student Council. Lion
Athlete of the Week, Basketball Charter, Big C Athlete of the Week,
PE Student of Month, Camp Royal Runner-up



CHRISTIAN S. COLUNS

Play:"L'Avare", Honor Roll, Tennis Team, Varsity Swimming, Frosh
Basketball, Judo, Handball, Gymnastics

PHILIP D.S. COLLINS
Varsity Soccer, JV Volleyball. Varsity Volleyball, Cross Country, JV
Baseball. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Swimming, Handball, Karate,
Volleyball Charter, Handball Chaner, Basketball Charter. Karate
Chancr, Scholastic Top Ten

DOMINIC JOSEPH COMPILLI
JV Ftraiball, Varsity Fixjtball, Sophomore King Runner — up



ROBIN J. COUNCELL

Homecoming Committee, Senior Citizen Program, Honor Roll, Frosh
Basketball, Frosh Girls Soccer, Scholastic Top Ten, Student Govern-
ment, IWE Vice — Principal

CARA IRENE COX
Honor Roll, IWE Attendence Office, IVC'E Social Studies, Vice —
President, Sophomore Qass President, Freshmen Class Secretary, School
Paper Editor

MATT CURTIS
Asscxiated Student Body President, JR Class Vice-President, Boys
State, CSF Vice President, Playmaker President, Playmakcr Vice Presi-
dent, Playmaker Trcaurer, Life CSF, CSF, Youth Educator, Honor Roll,
Scholastic Top Ten, Academic Decathlon, Mcxk Trial, SADD, Peer
Counselor, Student of the Month, Choir Qub, A Capella Choir, Rotary
Student of the Month



MARK CUTINO
TINA M DAVIS

Rally Squad. Songleadcr. Cross (ouniry. Honor Roll, FHA Otficer
Reporter. Youth Educator, SADD, Academic Decathlon, Tutor, IWE
Art, Student Leadership, Homecoming Committee

STEVE J. DEEGAN
Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball. Block L




Senior Class Triumphs at Exciting Homecoming Rally




/>/ W/S 1)1 I KAII \
KICKYJ.nikRICK

Irush-Suph Tr.nk, V,,rMi) Iruk. I.,„(lull ( li.iriir. Ulc.ik 1.. I'l Stuikrii
of ihi- Munih

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JVSoicff, A (jpcllaC hu.r, ( huir( luh. B.irul III



RACHHLU: DIAS
LHTICIA DIAZ

Azttta Club, Huiiur Ruii, StiKknt ot Month

MICHhLLli ALEXA DOMINGUF.Z

Varsity BdskctlMii, JV HaskitMl, Hloik I , Honor Roll, SADD, HI
IWt



CATAUSA DUARTH

MICHHLLA MARIH DLARTE

MATTHEW DUTRA

FFA, FFA Chaplin, FIA Ireasurer, HFA Vict PrcSKknt, Autos IWt



ieniors fully enjoy their success in winning the vie- Laura VanCamp hoping for a senior victory,
ory cheer. Laura, looks towards the field activities.




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Seniors Enjoy the Field Day Activities



Kom Kl IKK I .\S()S
W.mhI Mu.p 1\V I

SHAKI S I l)ll\C.
JUHS SUklHKOP liU.IS

Frnuh ( luh. Imuh ( Kil- Hnsnlu.t, V^.ml. liliK.iioi. ( ydm^; ( lul\
Moik1ri.ll. HunurRull



CHRISTOPHER B. HMERSOS

Chamlxr Smj;ir4, A C^i(xll.i ( hmr, V.irsiiy Swiininin^, Choir Club,
Playm.iktrs, Brown Bag. Votalisi ul thi Month, I;nf;hsh IWt

MATTHEW B. ENOCHS
Varsiiy hcKjihall, JV Football, Varsity Baseball, J V Baseball, Bloik I.,
BI(Ak I. Srrgiant at Arms, (^ommissionir o( Hubluity, StuJcnt Govern-
ment, Siiuleni Countil Plays, Aiaiiemn. Deiathlon, Registrar IWb
GAYLEEVASS



CHRIS FERMIS

LISA EIRSASDEZ

MARK ALLEN FIRKINS

Jv Football. Frosh Football, JV Baseball, Varsity Baseball. JV Basket-
ball. J V Wrestling






AUDRA EST ELL P LECH SING

JV Chccrltailtr, Hrush C htcrk-iulcr. Head JV (httrleadtr, Honor RoU,
IWE Home F.conomics

JAY FLUTY
DARRIN L. FOREMAN
Varsity Football, Team Captain, Most Valuable Playtrd.incman, Varsity
Football), All League Honorable Mention Defensive Linc,Second Team
Guard, JV Football, Block L, Peer Counselor, P.E IWE, An IWE,
Homecoming King Runner Up, Oakland Tribune Honor Roll Prep of
the Week



JIM FOREMAN

JASON FRANCE

JENNIFER COREY FRASIER

CSF, Honor Roll, Band HI, Pep Band, Band Council-Uniform
Manager, Drill Team-Sign Carrier, Musical "Once Upon a Mattress",
Foriegn Exchange Club, FEC Secretary, Annual Staff



ADAM FURLONG
DEBRA A.GALEY

Varsity Swimming, Peer Counselor, Homecoming Committee, Band,
French Club

EMILIA GALVAN



ADIE WA YNE GANTT

Varsity Football, J V Football, AJl League Center-Football, Football Cap-
tain, Block L, Honor Roil, JV Baseball, Frosh Basketball, Homecoming
King Runner-Ups, Social Studies IWE

ALMA J. GARCIA
Azteca Club, Honor Roll, Azteca Club President

TRICIA GARCIA
Homecoming Committee, Counciling IWE, Homemaking IWE,
Basketball Charter



ALEXGATLIN

Varsity Football, JV Football, J V Baseball, Honor Roll, P E. IWE

NADINE RENEE GAUDETTE
Varsity Swimming, Cross Country, Annual Staff, Playmakers, Historical
Playmakers, Musical "Once Upon A Matress", One-Aas, SADD, Pres.
SADD, Youth Educator, French Club, Pep Club, Attendance Office
IWE, Choir IWE, Student Council, Float Committee

SONNY GEPILANO
Wrestling



ANNE F.USE GERRY
V.iriiiy Swiinininf;. Rally S.|ii.nl, V.irMiv ( hitrlcadcr, Songlcadcr, Com-
missiontr ot Rally Si|iiail, Horm-mminjj, Second Five CSF. C^SF
Sctri-tjry, Junior ( lass Si-irciary, Siiultni Government, Honor Roll,
Bloik 1., Frinih Club. A ( a|>.lla ( hoir. Hand

CHADGIIMSGER

DOKOTHY GOMEZ



RHONDA GONSALVES
JAKE C.GONZALEZ
JESS GONZALEZ
Frosh Football, Sophomore King Runner-up, J V Wrestling



SUZANNE GOODMAN

DAEMON GOOSTREE

DVANE GRABNER

Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Swimming, Honor Roll, J V Football



GARY GRAHAM
MICHELE LEANNE GREEN

French Club, Plays — Voices, Crimes of the Heart
MIKE GREENE



LAURA GROSMANWILSON

Youth Kducator, Peer Counselor. Student Rep SSC, Varsity Track.
Bl<Kk L. Honor Roll. Student Leadership. Spirit Week Coordinator,
Fo<jtball Progam Seller. Football and Basketball Ticket Taker. Senioi
f lass Representative. Third Period Representative. PEOPEL PE Student
Aide. Annual Staff. Sophomore /Junior Prom Committee. Homecom
ing Committee. Sophomore Float Committee. Junior Float Committee
Elementary Tutor

STEVE GUITERREZ
JASON MICHAEL GURSK Y
Varsity ScKccr. All League Soccer, J V Soccer, Varsity Wrestling. Coaches
Award for Wrestling. Academic Award for Wrestling. JV Wrestling.
Tennis. Homecoming King Runner-up. Block L, Band. CiF, Honoi
Roll. SADD. Youth Educator, Academic Decathlon, Student Govern-
ment, Student Council, Commissioner of Publicity




Seniors 'Rule' During '87 Homecoming Rally in October




Senior Class members get a little wild during the
Homecoming Rally. The seniors beat out the juniors
in the yell competition.



Doug Roderick shows he has spirit as he cuts his
hair special and paints pan of his face on
Homecoming Day.




JILL ELAINE HAMPTON

JV Volleyball, Varsity Volleyball, All League Volleyball, Varsity Swim-
ming, Lion Athlete of the Week, Block L, A Capella Choir, Choir Club,
Honor Roll, English Student of the Month, Homecoming Committee,
Band, Stage Band, Seeno Athlete of the Week, Academic Decathlon,
Oakland Tribune Honor Roll Prep of the Week

HOWARD RA Y HANCOCK, JR.
Varsity Swimming, Varsity Wresthng, Pep Club, SADD, French Club,
Block L, ROP Auto

PATRICIA ANNE HENRY
Pep Club, French Club, Clean-up Club, SADD, Choir Club, A Cap>ella
Choir, Drill Team, Flag Team, Playmakers, Student Director for Crimes
of the Hean, Brown Bag Theater, J V Swimming, Varsity Swimming



JASON HENSEL
ALBERT LEWIS HERNANDEZ

Varsity Wrestling, J V Wrestling, Block L, Honor RoU

LACRECHIA TINA-MARIE HERRERA

Choir Club, Drill Team, Flag Team, Textbook/AV IWE, Letterette



KELLY ANN HILLIARD

PE IWE, Counseling Office IWE, Plays — Look Homeward Angel
MICHAEL HOBBS
JEFF HOCHDERFFER



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'Painted' Seniors Show Class Spirit on Their Faces





Duane Grabner is climbing the rails to go show
his colorful spirit for the '88 senior aaivities on the
field.



Arriving on Ohmstede Field after driving the
senior float in the Homecoming Parade is David
Smith and others.



JORG HOOPS

Foreign Exchange Student, Marching Band, CSF, Band I
HEATHER ELIZABETH HOPKINS

Student Body Secretary, Girls State, Homecoming Second 5, CSF Presi-
dent, CSF Treasurer, Ufe CSF, Block L Secretary, Varsity Volleyball, JV
Volleyball, Varsity Swimming, Tennis Team, Academic Decathlon,
SADD, French Club, A Capella Choir, Band, Honor Roll

DAWN JENSEN
Choir Club, Varsity Track, Varsity Swimming, Homecoming Commit-
tee, SADD. Band



PAULETTEJOANNAJONES

Varsity Softball, JV Softball, Captain of Lettcrettes, Letterette, Drill
Team, Flag Team, JV Swimming, Biology IWE, Block L

CHERI CHRISTINE JVDD
Biology IWE, Distnci Office IWE

USAA.JVNGERS
JV Softball, JV Soccer, Honor Roll, Sophomore Class Secretary, P.E.
IWE, Special Ed IWE, Wrestling Charter, Soccer Charter, Marching
Band, Stage Band



BRENT KARBOW SKI

TODD KARBOW SKI

TINA KINAMAR





SALLIE MIA KOFOED

Fori-ign Exchange Studt-nt, (.SV, Foreign Exthangc Club, Playmakers

MARY ANN KONIOGIANIS
Annual Staff, District Office I WE, Home-making I WE, Ticket Taker
for Football and Basketball

MIKEKOUESTANY



AARON KREY

Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Football

JOHN LARGENT
Varsity Football, J V Football, Frosh Football, Most Valuable Player JV
Football, Block L

ROBERT LA WRENCE
Varsity Soccer



BARRETT LEIGHTON

Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling

DENNISJAY LEWIS
JV Football, Varsity Football, Block L, Most Valuable Back, PE I WE

CURTIS LINCH
CSF, Honor Roll, Life CSF, Counseling Office I WE



RANDOLPH BRIAN LINSCHEID

JV Swimming, Varsity Swimming, Most Valuable Swimmer, JV
Wrestling, Varsity Wrestling, Block L, Honor Roll, Student Leadership,
Homecoming Committee, Food Drive Committee, A Capella Choir,
Pep Club

KAREN SUZANNE LISTER
Honor Roll, IWE — Homemaking, Sewing, PE

SONIA GABINA M. LOPEZ
Youth Educator, Youth Connection Award, Honor Roll



DORA I. LOREDO
Vice-principal IWE, Tutor

CHRISTINE LORENZ
MARY LORONA



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Brown, Wadnizak Lead Seniors in Final Year



CYNTHIA ANN LOW
CSF, Honor Roll. SiholasiK Tup Tin. ( ouimling Ollui IWli. Siudint
Body Treasurer, Class Otfiicr Treasurer. School Paper [Ulitor


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