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Cr0tfobal Junior -Senior Hkih School
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Mrs. Hoffman was born in Hibbing, Minnesota, and raised in Seguin, Texas. She graduated from Texas Lutheran College
in 1966 with a major in Elementary Education. Mrs. Hoffman earned a Master's degree in English from Southwest Texas
State University and a Master's degree in counseling from the University of Oklahoma.
Beverly Hoffman has been teaching in Panama for fifteen years. She has worked with students from kindergarten
through college. Mrs. Hoffman is married to Martin R. Hoffman, principal of Ft. Davis Elementary School. She has two
children, Scott, a freshman at Texas Lutheran College, and Allison a junior at CHS.
Mrs. Hoffman is very involved with departmental and extracurricular activities. She is the English Department chairper-
son, Senior Class Sponsor, and the coach of the girls tennis team. Beverly Hoffman has many hobbies including reading.
racquetball, and making special projects for her family and friends.
THE STUDENTS AT CHS LOVE MRS. HOFFMAN FOR BEING A GREAT TEACHER AND A GOOD FRIEND.
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Student LiNe 9
F ruhman 47
8 th Grd-J 51
7th Grade 55
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Jennifer Rankin and Beverly Teal enjoy the tropical waters in the interior.
Good friends take "time out" of their hectic schedule
to enjoy food and fun.
Spirit week brings out the underclassmen's Tiger Pride.
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#1 Tiger Basketball Team show they all know the truth.
Tito Valdez is all smiles for the cam-
era as Sgt. Heady reminds him to
Dressing up isn't something
we'll do evervdav!!
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Football managers Marcie Dodge and Ajana Molineux
wait for the thirsty Tigers to come off the field.
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Timu for grooming, gossip.
Whether in 1980 or 1989. before school is
a time for catching up on gossip jokes or
whatever else was missed the day before
Students can be found socializing in the girls
locker room. sitting around the famous vic-
tory bell. while still others prefer the library to
unite with friends Wherever students may
find themselves the morning is a time to
relax for a few minutes before running to
Toaa Cranor oalrs io pui n, Spaornn rook: ao/, .o ne can go laOv tennis
miln ns fIrena.
Cycling, Swimmning, Practiing,
Playing; All part of After
Students enjoy a variety of sports and activi-
ties during the otter school hours Participating
in school sports requires students to attend
daily practices during the season Other stu-
dents enjoy cycling. skateboarding swim-
ming, and running in their oft hours While still
others take advantage of the after school
hours to go to the movies. perfect piano play-
ing. or to obtain the perfect tan No matter
what the year 1980 or 1989. students enjoy a
variety, of tun activities in the hours after the
school da, is complete
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Jesse Dawson feeds a hungry Chris Will popcorn during intermission at the movies.
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From Ine Deginning of ne 80 i to the erna of the 80 s C'iotoal H.gn cr.c.oi rI ire
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The ROTC bunch goof around after a grueling day of training.
From left to right: Escort Eric Seales. Princess Maria Estella Alves, Escort Bruce Richards. Princess Marcie Dodge, Escort Henry Josephs. Homecoming
Queen Kindra Rankin. Escort Adonicio Hartley, Princess Lisa Reynolds, Escort Joel Saenz, Princess Karen Rankin, Escort Matt Rigby.
Junior high students Jay Laatz and Zack Gray prove silliness is a part of
Eric Jimenez dips Lutcia Pederson as
they tango the night away.
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"Thou peasants shall smile," commands Cleopatra.
Kristina Garcia, as the winning freshmen parade around
Spirit Wa lk, Parade,
Dance, Queer All Part of
Homecoming, whether in 1980 or 1988,
is a time for all Tigers past and present to
celebrate their alma mater. Homecom-
ing at CHS is kicked off with spirit week
and a hall decorating contest. The soph-
omore class, with their upbeat 50's
theme, was the 1988 winner.
The homecoming game, played this
year against the Bulldogs, is preceded by
a parade of colorful floats decorated in
the class themes. The freshman class won
top honors with "Cleopatra, Tigress of
Homecoming week is culminated by a
dance, which was held at the beautifully
decorated Elks Club in Margarita. Stu-
dents jammed to the vibrating beat of
the music. The highlight of the dance was
the procession of the queen, her court,
and their escorts. As the night rolled to an
end, the fun lingered in the air, and the
memories became etched in every
Anabella Pederson, Jennifer Eckel, Jennifer Rankin,
and Lutcia Pederson wait in anticipation for the
Homecoming Queen Kindra Rankin and her escorts
Adonicio Hartley and Henry Josephs, wait to be in-
Eric Seales and Shani Burke jam to the music
at the Homecoming dance.
Mrs. Hoffman, senior class sponsor, helps Santa pass out presents to the
white antasia; delightful dafnlng-
stoctl ngsg santa; senior fame
This year's Christmas Formal, with the theme "White Fan-
tasia", was a complete surprise to all the students. Mrs.
Hoffman, the senior class sponsor, got parents, friends, and
faculty members to help put together a fantasy filled even-
ing. Santa Claus was on hand to pass out presents to all of
the seniors and each senior received a hand embroidered
stocking with a personal letter from their parents. The senior
hall of fame was announced by juniors Lili Borsellino and
Allison' Hoffman, satisfying everyone's curiosity. As the band
played Christmas music and the white lights twinkled, ev-
eryone who attended the dance came away with Christ-
mas spirit and agreed that it had definitely been an en-
CHS students have a great time dancing to
the Candela band from Colon.
The girls pretended they
are the Rockettes as they
kick to the song, NEW
YORK, NEW YORK.
Jodi Todhunter and Bev Teal dance to the enchanted sounds of Christmas
Elsie Botello smiles brightly as she tells Santa (Mr. Johnson) what she wants
Senior Hall of Fame winners excitedly accept their awards.
The audience waits in anticipation for the winners to be announced.
Juniors Allison Hoffman and Lili Borsellino announce the Hall of Fame
7th grader Sonja Petroni tries to keep the 8th grader from
The junior class practices their offensive strategy.
Girls play flag football)
Boys cheer onto victory
Powder puff is one of the many events
that CHS students look forward to in the fall.
Powder puff is when the girls get a chance
to prove that they are just as good as the
boys on the football field, and the boys
show off their cheerleading skills. This event
attracts many spectators who enjoy
watching the boys cheer the tigerettes
This year the winners of each 15 minute
flag football game, were the 8th graders
who played the 7th graders, freshmen who
played the sophomores, and the junior class
who held off the senior class. The final game
of the evening was a hard fought, scoreless
battle between SA and the faculty. The ju-
nior and 7th grade cheerleaders proved to
have the most spirit and style. All of the
winners were treated to a pizza party spon-
sored by the student association.
Atlantic community teachers and parents unite to play against SA.
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Kathy Dawson shows great form in the opening kickoff.
16 Amy Gray and Christina Bannerman limber up before the big game.
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It is a known fact that the atlantic com-
munity is a close one. Whether it's after-
school activities, plays, or cantadas, every-
one from teachers and students to the mili-
tary and their families can be found being
involved. For example the Color Guard was
found beginning many festivities, the play
JUVIE was performed mainly by CHS stu-
dents, and the Christmas Cantada pro-
vided the entire community to come to-
gether and created a Christmas spirit
shared by all.
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Busy CHS students show school isn't the only thing by performing in the Christ-
Bowling is one past time students find enjoyable demonstrated by Miguel
Presenting the colors was a regular duty for CHS Color Guard.
The sloth a common sight in the atlantic community.
Director Ed Nixon gives Shown McCracken a few point-
ers on his character in the play JUVIE.
Maria Estella Alves models native clothing for a crafts
show on Fort Davis.
Weekends for the majority of students means
a time to relax and get away from the daily
pressures of school and enjoy a couple of days
with friends and family. Going to the movies is a
popular way to spend a Friday or Saturday night.
Weekend parties are also very popular among
CHS students. If the movies, or parties, are not
what a student has on his or her mind then the
beach, the Gatun Yacht Club, or simply a back-
yard are great spots to catch some rays and
relax. Still other prefer to use weekends for surf-
ing, or practicing for the annual cayuco race.
While other students use weekends for the sole
purpose of sleeping or utilizing this time to study
or catch up on homework. Weekends vary from
student to student, but one thing is certain, Ever-
ybody Loves WEEKENDS!!
Look at the "Angel" fly!
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Todd and Joce are headed out for a night on the town.
Lane Perkins spends his weekends skateboarding.
Kevin Akers find boogie-boarding a perfect way to relax from
the pressures of school
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Seniors party hard at the Corrigan's.
Derek Akers catches the wave of a lifetime.
Derek Akers catches the wave of a lifetime.
Honorine Millar spends all her free time with her horse.
xnya McNeal and Johnny Redmond spend weekends just palling
Maria Estella is lost in thought as she escapes into t. beautiful Panamanian
setting of the Gatun Yacht Club.
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The Panama Canal
"honoring the past by
building the future"
This wonderful year of 1989 we are cele-
brating the Panama Canal's 75th anniversa-
ry. Without the Panama Canal there would
be no Cristobal High School. This celebration
is very important and is being celebrated on
both sides of the isthmus. "Even the cayu-
cos participating in the ocean-to-ocean
race will be provided stick-on logos com-
memorating the Diamond Jubilee." says the
SDillway newspaper which is a great source
of information on the canal. In the end of
the eighties we still "honor the past by build-
ing the future."
The "Alexandre La
Valley," an old French
crane boat, awaits
clearance at the Pe-
dro Miguel Locks as it
makes the first ocean-
to-ocean transit of the
Panama Canal on Jan-
uary 7, 1914.
Ships like these brighten every aspect of the canal.
Miraflores Locks open into the next phase of the
Can you believe these little tug boots pull huge ships through the canal?
Berly and Jesus carefully unload their cayuco into the lake,
Jimmy Brown rutters his boat, an efficient way of turning.
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"Who said anything about a rest break guys?"
rpddling to the fnish
The annual Ocean to Ocean Cayuco Race has been
tradition since 1953. The season begins in late November
and continues until race day starting March 17th and goes
through the 19th.
There are four cayuco categories: all-male, all-female,
coed, and patch boat. Crew members vary from four to
ten people depending on the size of the boat. Ages ranges
from 14 up.
During the season crews trained vigorously to build up
strength and endurance in hopes of winning the first place
Atlantic side crews consisted of three all-male crews:
Command Performance, Odyssey, and Gone Palante; two
all-female crews: Bejuco, and Daddy Most; two coed
crews: Southern Comfort and Charisma.
The race starts at Cristobal Yacht Club and continues
approximately eight miles to the north end of the Gatun
Locks. The second day starts a 22 mile stretch from the
south end of the Gatun Locks and ends at Gamboa Boat
Landing. The third and final day of the race begins at Gam-
boa and goes 12 miles through Gailard Cut, then proceeds
through Miraflores Locks ending 3 miles later at Diablo Public
After the race there is an awards assembly where tro-
phies and patches are given out.
Though the race is grueling, it is the experience of a
lifetime that has kept the Ocean to Ocean Race a tradition
for 36 years.
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Derek Akers rests after a strenuous sprint to the Yacht Club.
Junior/S niotr Prom
last dance for seniors;
king, queen, court, crowned
The junior/senior prom is a special night, espe-
cially for seniors, because it is the last high school
dance which they will attend as students. The
junior class raises money through class ring sales,
bake sales, etc. to put together an enchanted
evening for everyone. One of the highlights of
the evening is the crowning of the King, Queen,
and court which is voted on by the junior class.
Fond memories linger as students dance the
night away with special friends.
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Karen Rknkin and Tony Vega
Kindra Rankin and Gerald Corrigan
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Kindro Rankin and Matt Rigby
Karen Rankin and Henry Josephs
Joel S-eonz ond Marcle Dodga
Jennifer May and Juan lu
Maria Estella Alves and Henry Josephs
Eric Seales and Lisa Reynolds
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Bev Teal listening with animation as Jesse Dawson relates to her
the latest soap opera happenings.
Enough push-ups for today!
Hey! Is that my girlfriend with that guy over there?!
Mrs. Mardis, the sophomore class sponsor, contribut-
ing to the concession stand.
Shown and Ruben, our future rock stars?
Sophomore powder-puff team prac-
ticing for the big event with an empty
Bev Teal and Ruben Diaz
were voted by the sophomore
class as the class favorites for
the '88-'89 school year. Bev's
favorite hobbies include read-
ing, playing sports, and singing.
How does she feel about being
chosen? "I am happy and feel
honored," she says, a bright
smile lighting up on her face.
Bev plans to go to college in
the South after her high school
graduation to pursue a career
as either a college English pro-
fessor or a lawyer. Ruben, how-
ever, plans to attend Texas A
and M after high school gradu-
ation and major in business to
pursue a career as a stockbro-
ker. "I'm surprised that I actual-
ly won," commented Ruben,
after receiving the news that
he had been chosen as the
class favorite. "But I want to
thank all the people who vot-
ed for me." Ruben enjoys
swimming, drawing, and play-
ing football in his free time.
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Typing away to the rhythm of
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Hall Grimmett and Kristina Garcia
were unanimously chosen class fa-
vorites by the Class of "92". Kristina,
who likes being with her friends,
shopping, and going to the beach,
hopes to become a psychiatrist. Hall
who was on the 1988-1989 basket-
ball team, enjoys video games, but
spends most of his spare time skate-
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from left to right: Desiree Hernandez,
Secretary; Julie Williams, Business Man-
Sager; Carrie Singer, Treasurer, Joce
Borsellino, President; Kristina Garcia,
The freshmen class took advantage of their first year in high school by becoming involved in all of the
activities CHS has to offer. During homecoming, the freshmen came away with the parade float top
honors with their theme "Cleopatra, Tigress of Cristobal". The students dressed in costumes from the
Egyptian era which were so authentic looking parents and friends did not even recognize their students.
The girls powder puff team worked hard to beat the sophomores in a hard fought battle, and the
Valentine dance that the Class of "92" sponsored was a huge success. Freshmen class sponsor Bridget
Staunng said, "This was a great group with which to work. They were full of enthusiasm and lots of
The freshmen powder puff team pays close
attention to coach Shown McCracken. The
team did go on to beat the sophomores 12-
Freshenrtr Find T'ime For
Practiced Dances. Sports
Freshmen Kristina Garcia and Angel Keith dance happily at the Homecom-
Jocelyn Borsellino finds time to practice her piano playing after
The freshmen winners of the Homecoming float with their
Anabella Pedersen displays her wish to go back to the 50's
team on to
Friends get together and celebrate their powder puff victories.
SClass officers from left to
right JoAnna Reynolds.
Treasurer; Lisa Lipke.
P Dawson, President; Toni
1 Divina, Secretary
This year the 8th graders have been moving right along with things. They
began the year with several successful bake sales. They've also continued
their success with other activities like making a tiger head, decorating the
hall during Homecoming week, decorating their Homecoming float, and
defeating the 7th graders in Powder Puff. The 8th grade officers meet
every Wednesday along with the 7th graders. Sponsor Ms. Levy said "The
8th graders were a fun and spirited group to work with because they got so
involved with CHS."
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/ Kathy Dawson's favorite pastimes are
i reading and watching cartoons, espe-
Scially Porky Pig. Her favorite foods are
shrimp, pizza, and chinese food. On being
f elected class favorite she says, "I was sort
of nervous because I was running against
two of my good friends, but I was honored
1 that I got it." Kathy plans on going to
college to become a psychiatrist or a
Ruben Cimbron's favorite pastimes are
playing soccer and collecting comics. His
favorite food is pizza. On being chosen for
class favorite, he says, "I was surprised
and happy about it." He plans on becom-
ing a pilot for the Air Force.
Lisa Lipke and Kristina Garcia play the saxophone at the Home-
The 8th grade powder puff team practicing for the big night.
Ivan D'Arcy Evans
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Reinaldo Ramirez and J. Laatz cheer the 8th graders on to victory at
The 8th and 9th graders enjoy the
sounds of the 50's.
Damaris Arcia demonstrates the dress
of the Panamanian culture.
Kent Grubbs and Mari Rodriguez were selected as the 7th
graders class favorites. Kent's favorite color is blue and he enjoys
eating pizza. In his spare time, Kent enjoys biking and tennis and
he also enjoys watching his favorite TV show Night Court. Mari's
favorite color is black and she enjoys gymnastics, dancing, and
talking with her friends. She loves to eat pizza and her favorite TV
show is Growing Pains. Kent and Mari were both surprised that
they were elected class favorites.
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Russell Paine, Vice-President
Sharon Prather, Council President
Marc Johnson, President
Having left elementary school behind, the seventh graders took the next step into high
school. Here they have had many successful activities like bakesales, decorating the hall
with their theme "Tiger Locomotion," face painting, selling baked goods during Jamboree,
and getting second place for their cheerleaders in Powder Puff. The seventh grade has
done a good job of participating in CHS.
7th grader Mari Rodriguez helps Teresa Johnston practice her safety
Mr. Johnson gives the 7th grade girls the benefit of his football exper-
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Eric Meade is dreaming of a white christmas in Panama.
7th and 8th graders hav-
ing another thrilling day in
James Farmer heaves a sigh of relief as his mask is removed.
Look at these sexy 7th
grade cheerleaders and
their beautiful smiles.
Cynthia Lynn Stephens
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Cristobal High School's faculty and staff ended the 70's under the Canal Zone Division
of Schools and started the 80's with the Department of Defense Dependent School
System. The faculty, staff, and student population has decreased, but as the 80's come
to an end, one thing remains the same-the teachers are still teaching and the students
are still learning.
The faculty and staff at CHS brings a variety of teaching styles and personalities to the
students. Some teachers have grown up in Panama, others have taught in the Phillipines,
Baharain, Belgium, and the United States, giving the students at CHS a wide knowledge
of different cultures.
The faculty and staff work closely with the Atlantic Community participating in plays,
fashion shows, and softball leagues, proving that teaching is not the only activity a
teacher pursues. In addition, teachers are constantly participating in inservices to gain
more teaching knowledge, they are coaches, sponsors, advisors, and even parents. The
faculty at CHS are a busy group with a lot of individuality, but they all agree on one
concept-THAT THE STUDENTS ARE THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY.
Anne Gegg, guidance coun-
selor, is always ready to help
students with scheduling.
Principal Charles Renno and Assistant Principal Howard Perkins discuss how many teachers they
will need to fill vacancies in the future.
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Mrs. Mottern displays her blue and gold Tiger
Teaching, Spornoriig, C acr hingg
Art Bosche SFC Coley
Ms. Lancaster answers a
yearbook question while
Teresa Johnston contin-
ues working on her hand-
Junior High Class sponsor.
Ms. Levy, explains the
rules of powder puff.
Leigh Ann Lancaster
Refereeing football games is
an enjoyable extracurricular
activity for Mr. Grubbs.
Mr. Will helps Eric Seales with his American Government
Yearbook photographer and Science teach-
er. Mr. Wright, takes a hard earned break
during the Homecoming game 61
Special Education Aide
Mrs. Mardis supports the
sophomore class by pur-
chasing food at the con-
Bruce Ristow Edith Rozette Dorothy Sullivan
Industrial Arts Special and Bilingual English
Mrs. Rankin and Mrs. Corri-
gan discuss how beautiful
the Homecoming deco-
Mr. Bosche directs his
band members during
William Will Frank Williams Hallie Witcher
Social Studies Librarian Mathematics
The Tiger cheerleaders wait to kick off the 1988 Jamboree.
Football, uure, Spirited fans,
All Part of Exciting Jamboree
Jamboree Queen Marcie Dodge
Many Tiger fans were at the 39th Jambo-
ree to cheer on C.H.S. This event was a
great beginning for our dedicated and hard
working Tiger football team. The jamboree,
which consists of all the area football teams,
gave a good preview of the competition
the Tigers would be facing throughout the
season. The competition would be tough,
however the team looked on with confi-
dence and spirit. Skydivers kicked off the
Jamboree, while Queen Marcie Dodge
rode proudly in the parade, representing
the Tigers with pride. -
Bruce Thompson wonders
... "Who has the ball?"
Gerald Corrigan waits anxiously for a chance
64 to help out the Tiger offense.
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Skydivers kick off the 1988
Jamboree with flash and
Tigers line up in anticipation for a Tiger victory.
Mascot Kenneth Gillespie "meows" for the mighty Tigers to keep up the spirit.
knowing this is
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Keep Spirit Through Season
Y-E-L-L, Everybody yell C-H-S! This might
be a familiar cheer if you attended any of
the CHS football games. The season was
not the best, though students, players, and
faculty managed to keep up that familiar
spirit known as Tiger Pride.
The highlights of the season were three
touchdowns scored by Ruben Diaz, Henry
Josephs, and Joel Saenz. The returning ti-
gers look forward to a better season in the
1989-1990 school year.
Joel Saenz is heading for a touchdown.
Who says practice is easy?
Bruce Richards prepares himself for a rough game,
bottom-Kevin Teal, Bruce Richards, Ariel Keith, Henry
Joseph. Adonicio Hartley. Matt Rigby, Joel Saenz. mid-
dle-Ruben Diaz, Shawn McCracken, Angel Keith,
James Howell, Juan Pablo, Vern Acevedo. Joey Reid,
top-Eric Seales, Louis Mason, Roger Gonzalez, Micheal
Sullivan, Ricky Walker. Nicky Williams..
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Joey, Louis, Juan, Vern, and Micheal keep spirits high despite the season.
Bruce, Angel, and James are moving in for the kill.
Louis Mason is really into the game.
1st row: Bev Teal. Debbie Price, Christine, Will,
Dig Gorton, Lili Borsellino, Lisa Vega, 2nd row:
Jodi Chisolm, Kasma Sobers. Allison Hoffman,
Jessica Layne, Dolores Ramirez, Shani Burke,
Coach Richard Atherly.
Brtngs Traveling Trophy Home to
"The Big, Bold, Blue, and Gold" came
through the season as #1.
The big turn around against the cougars
put the Lady Tigers in the lead with the final
being 39-29. The games held after that
kept them in first place with the final score
against the Devils being 53-27.
The hardworking and determined Lady Ti-
gers, under the coaching of Gayle Rankin
and Richard Atherly, brought the traveling
trophy to a permanent place in the CHS
Coach Rankin gives the Lady Tigers a quick strategy plan.
Dig sets herself up for a
All Isthmian players Jessica Layne and Allison Hoffman show off their much earned trophy.
Jessica Layne sets herself up for a perfect lay up.
Debbie price rushes around a Bulldog opponent
to catch a pass.
Coach Rankin and Coach Atherly have what it
takes to produce a winning team.
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The Lady Tiger basketball team gathers around the much used victory bell.
Pocy Bo tball
datnrmnlnuatirn and teamwork
bring victorias to tigers
They're back, they're better, they are the
1989 Cristobal Boys Basketball Team. After
a slow season in 1988, this tiger team was
back in full force with the experience of
returning seniors Vence Dodge, Juan Lu,
Joel Saenz, Jody Todhunter, and returning
junior Greg Gehringer. The boys showed de-
termination and teamwork every time they
took the court., and excited fans with their
fast breaks, lay-ups, and inside shooting.
1st row: Jody Todhunter, Juan Lu, Coach Robatin, Vence Dodge, Joel Saenz. 2nd Row: Jon
Lu, Omiros Diamantis. Greg Gehringer. Tanya Layne, Allison Hoffman. Coach Atherly, Jessi-
ca Layne, Jesse Dawson, Leonard Russell, Alex Wilkins, Hall Grimmitt. Angel Keith
"Is it going in?"
"Do you think coach was serious when he told us to
pick up our garne '
Leonard Russell executes a perfect lay-
Greg Gehringer battles his opponent for
Joel Saenz goes up for a successful jump
Juan Lu pushes the ball with all his might towards
Jody Todhunter prepares to raise the score
Who said Tigers couldn't fly?
Leonard Russell wonders if the ball will ever
What goes down, must come up, right?
Front row: Darrell Canamas, Todd Cranor. Matthew Rigby, Corey Grubbs, Kent
Grubbs Back row: Tricia Hanan, Matthew Readett. Kenneth Palumbo, Chris
Stadler. Kaled Saker, Christine Will, Coach Randall Grubbs Not pictured manager
Todd Cranor shows confidence and poise as he returns the serve.
Kent Grubbs smiles t'igrl,' as he returns the ball with the speed a
"See guys, this is how it's done!"
'No sweat. I've got this all under control "
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The 1989 boys and girls tennis teams had many returning
pros from the 1988 season with the addition of several new
faces helping out on the court. The boys team competed
under the direction of Coach Grubbs and had a steady
season thanks to the consistent playing of all team mem-
bers in both singles and doubles.
The girls team played under the coaching of Mrs. Hoffman
and started off their season with two wins, one of these by
winning all of their singles matches.
Both teams practiced and played well to keep the honor
Lutcia Pederson strokes the ball in fine form.
Karen Rankin returns the ball with extreme ease.
Jessica Layne prepares to serve the final match point.
From left to right: Kasma Sobers. Jennifer Rankin. Karen Rankin, Kindra
Rankin. Jennifer Light. Allison Hoffman. Tricia Honan Jessica Layne. Bev
Teal. Lutcia Pederson, Christine Will. Coach Beverly Hoffman.
Shawn McCracken gets psyched to throw that strike-out pitch.
take your bass please
This year's team continued to work hard and
keep the tiger spirit. Though they lost many of the
key players from last year, they were determined to
play the best game possible with the many new
players they had this year.
Rafael considers throwing it easy, but the other team is in for a surprise.
Front row Angel Figueroa, Ruben Diaz, Rafael Galarza. Dan Howell, Juan Pablo, Ricky
Walker, James Howell Back row Mr. Will. Ali Saker. Shawn McCracken, Matt Rigby. Tony
Vega. Eric Seales, Todd Cranor. Mario Martin, Mr. Allen. Lisa Vega
James Howell goes up to catch out #3.
tigers in action
-S ,.- *ocer plov-e 8 FroI ..i--,,ett. DJ Irvin. Matthew Readett, Micki Voldes. Ruben Cimbron, John Geffert, Ian
Budtor., Shawrr aoo '- : : : '. : ivan Omiros Diaron, .". -.- r 1.3.1 r, ,i r:.3, 3, 3.:,.. ,, lth. Cookie
EvansBo w M.Or.i i .: Ariel Keith, CoreyL..- ll -..: .3 '. L Almendro
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ready, set, spikA l
Last year, the boys and girls Volleyball
season was overall a good one. Volley-
ball has always been a popular sport and
many Tiger fans went out to support their
teams (boys and girls) through wins,
losses, and barely-made-its. The girls end-
ed the season in second place and the
boys ended in third place. Even though
they didn't come out in first place, in our
hearts they did. They worked their best
and played their hardest like true Tigers,
and C.H.S. is proud of them.
Doin' the Bump ..
Ricky Walker prepares to score.
Cathy McDaniel "sets up" her perfect volleyball form.
"UH-OH", Here it comes'
Captain Wendy Giese
Supporting football and basketball,
boosting fan spirit, showing pap
Throughout the season, the Tiger cheer-
leaders showed great pep and pride while
working hard to support the football and
basketball teams. Under the direction of
Coach Bonnie Seeley, captain Wendy
Giese, and co-captain Jesse Dawson, the
cheerleaders led the vocal blue and gold
fans during pep assemblies, jamboree,
homecoming, as well as, games on "the
other side." No matter what the score, the
spirited cheerleaders hung in to support Ti-
ger sports to the end.
Co-Captain Jesse Dawson
working togethr.. .
The S.A. is composed of S.A. officers, Class officers,
and class representatives working together to achieve
various goals. Henry, Stacie, Bev, and I know that we
were elected to our different offices to represent and "
voice the opinions of our fellow students, a difficult task .
due to the many conflicting ideas. However, if it wer-
en't for these ideas, CHS would not improve As we
have learned n rneet.r gs. conflicts produce discussion:
discussions produces compromise; compromises pro-
duce solutions; and solutions, not excuses, cause im-
Student Association President
Front row: Jon Madison, Kent Grubbs, Shawn McCracken, Chris Coles Middle row: Lutcia
Pederson, Lisa Lipke, Amy Cheung, Back row: Kenneth Gillespie, Brett Brown, Adonicio
Hartley, Henry Josephs, Bev Teal, Tricia Hanan.
it- ++-- I
President Adonicio Hartley, Vice-President Henry Josephs, Secretary Stacie
Poison, Treasurer Bev Teal
S.A. Sponsor Corinne Weidenthal shows excitement
while waiting for the Powder Puff game to start,
leadership, character, servic"
The National Honor Society students have
worked hard throughout the year, The hon-
or that was given to them by being chosen
is one that will not be forgotten. Even
though this school is small, the Caribbean
Chapter has represented this school proudly
and will use the leadership skills learned in
their lives to come.
From left to right Jose NG, Debora Chong, Teresa Ho., Adonicio Hartley, Kindra Rankin,
Mickey Valdes, Matt Rigby
The Spanish Club is a mix of students
from different Spanish heritages. In this
club each Spanish student shares his or
her heritage and culture. This was the
first year for this club and it was formed
for students to have fun and at the
same time learn about different Span-
Front row: Steve Saenz, Miryam Lasater, Teresa Ho. Jennifer Eckel, Lutcia Pederson, Lisa Vega.
Yiselka Hern Back row: Deborah Chong. Lizbeth Acuna. Micki Valdes, Ivette Benitez, Jesus Tejeira,
and sponsor Hector Penalba
Close-Up participant. Matt Rigby. takes time off from fund-raising to work on his surfboard.
Front row: Tricia Hanan. Adonicio Hartley. Michelle Prather, sponsor Edith Rozett. Back Row:
Christine Will Not Pictured: Matt Rigby
Paola Burac models the native pollera dress dur-
ing National Hispanic Week.
politics In action
Close-up is an opportunity for high school stu-
dents to get a chance to experience govern-
ment in action by traveling to Washington D.C
Students must apply and are selected on the
basis of scholarship, leadership, and willingness to
raise $5,000 for the trip. Mrs Rozett, the sponsor.
helped students with their fund-raisers by coordi-
nating the annual bingc game lasagna dinner.
and numerous bake sales This is an exciting
chance for these students to have fun and de-
velop a richer understanding of the political pro-
Is this macho enough?
Cadet PFC Galeano stretches out before a run.
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"Grrr. lets go! lets go! ...
How much longer do we have to wait to march on the field?
SFrom left to right: 1st row-Adonicio Hartley, Ricky Walker; 2nd row-Roel
S Walker, Manuel Valdes. Micaela Valdes, Roger Gonzalez; 3rd row-Kenneth
S Palumbo, Seau, Jessica Layne, Carlos Guitian Ariel Keith; 4th row- Juan
S -Galeano, Steven O'Neal, Carlos Hern, Orios Diamantis, Kevin Pantoja,
Mayannyn Benson, lan Buxton, Kasma Sobers, Carmelo Blanquicitt, Ruben
Cimbron, Nathan Gillespie, Matt Readett, Johnny Redmond, Carol Gille-
spie, Kenneth Gillespie, Shown McCracken
Drill Team performs at shows showing skills using the weapon. Back row: j
Commander: Manual Valdes, Michael Sullivan, Roel Walker, Ariel Keith,
Guide-On Macaela Valdes; Front row: Carlos Guitian. Drummer: Kevin
Pantoja, Roger Gonzalez
SRock-a bye- Captain
re-er hc-ri. trdsadrship, dI .nlo rty
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... The primary JROTC mission is: to motivate young people
Courses geared towards leadership, development by em-
.to be good Americans. This is accomplished through
Sphasizing qualities of leadership, integrity, discipline, initia-
Stive, and responsibility. Our course also provides adventure
x Tprograms that test strength, initiative, and courage. These
courses are airborne and waterborne orientation. JROTC
also consists of the Drill Team, Rifle Team, Color Guard and
Rangers which add a special significance to the program.
The JROTC program strives for excellence from the cadets.
Staff Members: Company
.'K.l- d Adonicio Hartley, X.O.,
2nd Lt. Ricky Walker; Sup-
S. .. ply SGT, SSG Roger Gon-
C .. .. ,/ zalez. Training NCO, SFC
wo Manuel Valdes; Special
I Projects NCO, SSG Mi-
caela Valdes; 1SG, Roel
Sgt. Coley takes a break while the cadets continue doing push-ups.
BOne of the many projects for the JROTC members, selling at the conces-
when we didn't want the '80' to nd .
Co-Editors Maria Estella and Lisa smile brightly because they
know that the deadlines are coming to an end.
Wow- it's over This year has been such an experience Through putting this book together we have
learned so much about what it means to be organized, open to ideas, able to coordinate things and to
compromise In a sense we have broadened our knowledge. can understand ourselves better and have a
clearer idea of what we wont out of life
When Maria and I took on the job of yearbook editors neither of us really knew what we were getting into.
How hard could it be to put a story and some pictures together? Boy were we surprised. Ms Lancaster, how
would we ever have remained sane without you? You have taught us so much You are the only person we
know who can take bad news and hard times with a smile Thanks for being so optimistic when we all were
so doubtful- especially around deadlne time. We know that everytime we open this book and see a
trapped caption or a type-o we'll just smile, shrug our shoulders and say "wow. we did that."
What would we have done without our photography staff? Yes Mr. Wright-you knew you were in trouble
the first time you gave us a camera and we asked "Now. what button makes it go click?" Maria and I
especially want to thank you, Charity and Barbara for not quitting on us or blowing up when we turned in 8
rols of film and told you we needed it developed tomorrow As you know. everyone of you were a vital part
in putting this book together We hope that you wll stick around for next year Yes. it was new to all of us, but
through trial and error we found what works and what doesn't. For example: the camera must be loaded for
good shots to be developed, if you can't see you can't take a very clear pic, and the cap must be off to
receive an image. Once again we learned something new- photography isn't for us. leave it to the people
who know what they're doing.
Mrs. Grubbs and Mrs Will, thank you for your help with the ads That was one last thing we didn't have to l
worry about. What a relief,
Mrs. Hoffman, your advice and assistance will not go unmentioned. Your previous experience with
yearbook helped us out more than you know This is one reason we decided you were the perfect person to
dedicate this year's yearbook to
Last but not least, we want to express our sincerest thank you to our yearbook staff They are the ones
who truly made the book possible Because this was so new to us as editors and Ms. Lancaster as the advisor,
we were unsure of what to expect Now the newness has worn off, and we know what to expect We can
only that that everyone on this year's staff remains interested and will work on it again next year Our
instincts say that next year's book will be great As for this year we will always remember staying after to
meet deadlines Those were definitely the times when we didn't want the '80's to end It all came so fast No
matter how hard we worked those deadlines seemed to make the days fly by So we were never at home.
hardly ate (ha ha). Thank goodness for the Shoppette you know it's bad when you go there so often that
they don't check ID's anymore It's even worse when you feel like the place is beginning to cater to you.
because they never ran out of Tostitos, picante dip. popcorn. Mountain Dew's. Dr Pepper, and Diet Coke.
Not only as editors, but also as seniors we were very aware that the year was coming to an end It was
something that was excitingly frightening For most it just means a new year. To Seniors it's the beginning of
life and in reality it's the beginning of a new decade. We hope that as the years go on you can look back on
the eighties with pride and fond memories Now it is the end of the eighties, but we optimistically look '
forward to a new generation and for us "The Beginning of Life,"
First Row: Michelle Prather, Jody Chisolm, Cathy MacDaniel, Barbara Prather, Tamara Lawyer, Sherry Holtrop, Lili
Borsellino, Christine Will Second Row: Lisa Reynolds, Maria Estella Alves, Kindra Rankin, Charity Call, Amy Cheung, Tricia
Hanan Third Row: Micky Valdes. Marcie Dodge, Karen Rankin, Tanya Layne, Adrianne Holmes, Allison Hoffman,
Jennifer Rankin Not Pictured Wendy Giese, Shelly Peck, Todd Cranor, Jesse Dawson, Chris Coles, Manuel Silva
Sherry, Amy. and Tamara work frantically to finish the
Barbara and Charity examine one of their photograph-
Jennifer and Adrianne decide what pictures stay and
what pictures go.
Ms. Lancaster is all smiles since deadlines are done.
Jody is mesmerized by her ingenious layout.
Shelly Peck is perplexed as she searches for ideas to complete her
SMike Popowski waits for the next song as Marc Boggs hides from the camera.
plJay at homecomin pep rrllies, ir.
concerts to bring sprite
The CHS band, under the direction of Art Boche,
performed at many functions throughout the school
year. The band played during each football game
promoting spirit in the stands and on the field. The
band also performed at the annual Christmas concert
helping everyone at CHS and, the Atlantic Communi-
ty, get into the jolly festive mood. This years band had
many students who have achieved honors on their
individual instruments. The band ends the 80's with a
quote, "Clap your hands and stomp your feet Here
comes music with a real hot beat At football games
and assemblies too CHS music is never blue."
Lisa and Kristina help promote spirit as they play their clarinets
at the pep assembly.
No, listen, it goes like this.
The 1988-1989 CHS band practices for the Christmas concert.
We are so proud
of you, KINDRA.
Go Get'em Tiger ..
Love, Mom. Dad. Jennifer
Love Mom and Dad
and the rest
of the senior .clas
Love, Morn and John
You are a special part of our
family, We love you for just be-
ing you. Love, Mom, Dad & Tier-
We'll miss you!
You've done a great
job Tigers. 1989
Love Coach Rankin
My junior year, because of
you, has been beautiful and it
will be cherished in my heart for-
ever like a precious gem. I love
Syou! Forever Jesse
Good luck For now and always. No
matter where your life takie you, We will
keep you closi in our heartSa
WE LOVE YOU1
Mom, Dad, & JoAnna
We are very proud of you and as you
progress through liHf. always rbmrnrber
that we are behind you r00J%!!
Love, Morn. Dad, and Steve r
Congratulations and best wishes to the
Class of "89" for a bright and happy
Mr. and Mrs. Saonz
As my last daughter, I feel especially close to
you because you are so much like me. You allow
me to hug you, cry with you, share fears, hopes,
and dreams with you. I love it when we stay up
late and just talk.
You are a beautiful and talented girl. You have
so much to give to the world because you have
the special gift of making everyone feel special
and loved. I am very proud of you. You have
been an extra-special blessing
Remember whatever you decide to do in the
future, I will be behind you all of the way!! I love
you and this year is extra special because you
are a SENIOR! I love you very. very much God
Bless you always Love Mom. Alba Regina Alves
May we never forget all the
great times we shared together
throughout the years from child-
hood to graduation.
*9* The Rankin cousins,
RULES Karen and Kindra
WE'RE PROUD OF
Janny, Dad, Bev, and
and all the
From the Josephs
Morn, Dad, and
You've enriched our lives.
Thanks for being our #3 son!!
Congratulations to Bruce
"Turbo" Richards on your gradu-
From, Mom, Dad, Brian, Bobby,
Congratulations Jennifer and to
the rest of the graduating Class
of 1989!! The May family
always give life your best and
you will be a huge success
To my closest friends: Tam, Jodi,
& Sherry We've had a lot of fun
times which I'll never forget! I'll
miss you guys!
Stay in touch! Love, Amy
From the Officers
and Members of the
ELKS LODGE NO, 1542
Hugs Are Better Than Drugs
1989 YEARBOOK STAFF:
As I look back at the "end of the eighties",
I will always remember all of the hard work
and dedication you put in to making this
fantastic yearbook. IT LOOKS GREAT!!
THANK YOU ALL FOR MAKING MY FIRST YEAR AS
ADVISOR A MEMORABLE AND ENJOYABLE
Good Luck Always and Forever!!
COMING RACU LATIO NS
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CLASS OF 89
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