S MOTIVATION, DEDICATION
Millie Neplon maintaining Mr Will S alienion smiles at comments sard in
her Hislor, class as Ruin Benilez IOoks on
Striving For Perfection!
Mr. Will, a CHS graduate, received the honor of having the
1991 Caribbean yearbook dedicated to him because he is
not only dedicated in school, but in the community as well.
Mr. Bill Will is known to be a sincere person who is always
willing to help others. Not only is he favored by his peers, but
by his students.
"Mr. Will has always been real strict with students who
misbehave in class or on the field," siad Ralph Galarza, "but
he's real fun to be around though!"
Along with the serious commitment to teaching, he seems to
have a funny and more relaxed side. Mrs. Baitel said, "Mr.
Will's hyperactivity is due to his caffeine addiction!"
Mr. Will is known to be a very "good coach" and is very
supportive of all Cristobal sports.
"Mr. Will is a great coach," said Bryan Richardson, "He's
always there when you need some advice on what to do
Mr. Will is among the many teachers who have brought
warmth and great teaching to the students here at CHS.
Mr. Will gives Bryan Richardson advice before the next game, as Wendy
Franceschi listens intently.
Mr. Will shows his class some interesting places on a map, while taking time
to show his enjoyment of teaching.
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Clockwise: Some CHS students walk through the winning Homecoming hall that was
created by the senior class. Angel Keith lives dangerously in the chemistry lab. The
Homecoming bonfire burns brightly.
I TIGER TALENTS I
Clockwise: Lisa Stike smiles wearily as she works to meet a yearbook deadline. Sgt.
Acosta gives Carlos Hern a perfect appearance ribbon. Joce Borsellino and Luiggi
Armuelles sing the Panamanian National Luiggi Anthem
I CHILLIN' OUT I
Clockwise: Jenny Price exclaims, Look Out, Vogue!". It is cartoon time at CHS after
lunch. Vicki Seeley, Adrianne Holmes, and Bev Teal get together to let off some senior
I QUEENS OF HEARTS I
Clockwise: Jamboree Queen Bev Teal watches over the football game. Vicki Seeley smiles
radiantly at the Homecoming game. Future CHS Prom Queen Darlene Seeley cheers the
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Tara Norton and Jennifer Stike
show off their Tiger T-shirts at a
CHS football game.
Junior football players, Hall Grimmett and Dan Howell "hang loose" at Jamboree.
Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Grubbs snicker while watching students dance at the Elks' Club.
Displaying sisterly love, Honornne and Ponell Millar share secrets between
The winners of the Back-To-School Dance Contest, Enk Jimenez and Mille
Nepton, have fun lamming at the Elks' Club
Bryan aren't you glad you use Dial? Don't you wish everyone did?
With Mr. Perkins as principal, his son, Lane, never has to worry about lunch
TALKING IT UP
Clockwise: Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman wonder what the cheerleaders will do next at the pep
rally. Mrs. Rankin announces the game plan. Jenny Flockhart is shocked by the latest
Clockwise: Mr. Elliot demonstrates a new dance step. These pretty football players pose
at the bench after their victorious game. The up and coming Dallas Cowboys'
Clockwise: The cheerleaders always have time to smile for pictures. Nito Acosta and
Carlos Fiol have a coke and a smile at the Homecoming assembly. The Tiger in Marion
Northweather comes out!
I KIDS AT HEART I
Clockwise: Ana Pedersen plays with her "My Little Pony" after school. Bonnie Ramirez
and Jenny Price get violent with some plants. Sparky rides on th Le truck at Jamboree.
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Yadyra Fiol gets down-n-dirty at a CHS pep
assembly. The cheerleaders kept pride and
spirit high with creative assemblies throughout
Sam Shoman, shown here expressing his
cultural background, is part of the large
variety of ethnic origins present in the student
body at CHS.
(top) Antonio Lam, trying to impress the
office staff, demonstrates his uncanny
ability to read newspapers upside-down.
(above) Mike Anthony and Ralph Galarza
stare in quiet awe at the precision of the
cheerleaders' dance routine during a 7th
Tim Burton enjoys a laugh with friends just before the start of
one of many home football games this year.
Berly Benitez Carlos Brown
Ilya D'Arcy Evans
Getting it done in '91! Senior class officers led their class to new
heights with diligence, determination, and Senior pride. Senior offi-
cers, (L to R), are: Lisa Vega, Treasurer, Vicki Seeley, Vice-President,
Adrianne Holmes, President, and Bev Teal, Secretary.
Wendy Francheschi Rafael Galarza
I SENIORS '91
James Howell Zoila Hudson
Ponell Millar Lutcia Pedersen
Ali Saker Kaled Saker
Erik Jimenez Jessica Layne
Deborah Rabago Bryan Richardson
Vicki Seeley Manal Shihab
Senior Thoughts Flow And Create...
I A POOL OF REFLECTION
Senior flex-ability is awesome!!
It's hard to say goodbye for the three years I have been in C.H.S.,
getting to know the students that have made me see the world of
friendship. I will always have C.H.S. in my mind in the bad moments and
good moments of my life.
As I look back upon the last six years of my life at CHS, I relive
the many memories in my mind. When I think about how I'm
going to have to say goodbye to them soon, I can feel tears in
my eyes. These tears remind me of a night when not only was I,
but everyone else, was crying too. It was the night of the
Homecoming game in my Junior year. Not only this, but so many
other memories are cherished in my heart. "Nothing is waste that
makes a memory."
I will forever cherish the family unity that C.H.S. has weaved
around me. The feelings of closeness, whether it was during a
basketball game with only 30 seconds left, or a volleyball match
full of tears after beating the undefeated team. Here in this school
there has always been a sense of family and for that I thank
C.H.S. for being there always when I needed it.
Those smiling faces, that warming hug of acceptance I doubt I'll
ever see again. It's brought a change in my life, and I've found
something I never thought I had before. I feel as if I've flown
through the days without a moment of being alone. I wish I didn't
have to leave, but I need to find it again. I will, I know I will,
because once you've had something so good, it never totally goes
I'll always remember the unity of
the students as far as being a
whole. C.H.S. is a school where
you are accepted for yourself. I'd
like to say good-bye to my friends
I have grown to love, and I live for
the day when we will reunite as a
whole. We leave the families of
Panama, Cnstobal High School,
and friends, but the memories will
always exist in our hearts. It's up
to us to keep them alive, for that's
what will keep us going. Until we
meet again ...
(above) "Tell me you didn't just take that picture," pleads Lutcia Pedersen. (right) Roving reporter Wendy
Francheschi pauses to pose while covering a football game.
The one thing that I will never forget about Cristobal High School is the friendship.
I'll miss going by the hallway greeting people or the opposite. The friendship of
Cristobal's students is not one easy to find everywhere. The way I feel about
being in Cristobal is of being involved with a big family. Since we are a family, I
will never be out of touch with Cristobal. Sometimes when we say, "Cristobal" it
feels like if we were talking about a big person, but there is something for sure,
and it is that I will come back someday.
Everything today made me want to be with everyone again. I
heard a song on the radio that reminded me of a time when we
were all together, and I wanted to be with everyone to share it
again. I heard a story that made me laugh, and I knew that
everyone would think it was funny, too. I wanted so much to tell it
to everyone. When I was all alone, I thought how much nicer it
would be if everyone was there. All my daydreams were about
everyone, about where we'd been and where we're going. I
wanted to tell everyone about them because I knew they would
make those dreams more real. Every time I thought about
everyone today, I thought about how much I missed everyone,
and how much I wanted us to be together again.
Fightin' from the bottom of the pile, kickin' and scratchin', and in a rush,
like lightning we become the top. The pain, the sweat, and at times
blazes of anguish were almost unbearable, but they're nothing compared
to the honor, glory, and unity we shared. Yes, we cried at times, hurt at
others, and hated in a few, but we re-established our name and set our
school back on top. We came together as separate people, ideas, and
goals, and became a unit, a group, a team. As Public Enemy said and
we found out, "United we stand, divided we fall, and, yes, together we all
FREEZE-FRAME! Vicki Seeley, caught in the act, on
her most familiar stage.
I will always have a special place my heart
for the laughter and excitement provided from
my C.H.S. friends. How could I forget those
everlasting moments, from three-second
touchdowns to stressful deadlines. I treasure
my high school days and haven't regretted a
moment. To my friends who I will leave behind;
I have one message "Enjoy life, this is not a
A memory that I will always have of
Cristobal High School is the closeness of
the people. All the people are like a family
and when you have a problem, everyone
is concerned in helping you through the
hard times. Along with the kids and my
friends, the faculty is great and
encourages you to do the best for your
future. I feel very fortunate to have gone
to this school.
James Howell hides from the masses in the corner, as if he were the
WVredy Francheschi takes time out from her yearbook
i to look at some new pictures before a home
"For want of a nail the shoe was lost; for want of a
shoe the horse was lost; for want of a horse the rider
was lost." Ponell Millar smiles at a Ben Franklin quote
while browsing in the library.
(top) Ralph Galarza and James Howell sometimes hung out on the stairs at lunch discussing
a wide variety of subjects. We think their conversations ranged from philosophies of early
man to applications of nuclear astrophysics. Huh?
Cookie Evans talks football strategy with Mr. Canamas before this year's Jamboree.
Carlos Brown enjoyed his Senior school daze!
Armuelles fattens up in order to face the long, cold winter ahead.
Vicki Seeley, Deborah Rabago, and Erik Jimenez knights of the square
Is Adrianne Holmes cheering her team on, or is she watching that cute #44 on the Green
tike Bored again? It seems there's no place that she'd
be, especially during water, power, and telephone
is on Ft. Espinar.
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CHS HALL OF FAME I
Mr. and Ms. CHS
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James Howell and Vicki Seeley
Best Sense of Humor
Ralph Galarza and Lutcia Pedersen
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Jessica Layne and Bryan Richardson
Deborah Rabago and Eric Jimenez
SMost Likely to Succeed
Kaled Saker and Lisa Stike
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Beneath the bright blue sky, I am sitting, surrounded by my thoughts. Slowly drifting away,
suddenly a loud noise causes my body to jump. I look up beside me, I see the sparkling blue
pool. Reflecting in it are the tall green trees around it. I look up into the sky and see butterflies
bouncing around in the air, aimlessly flying nowhere; bees are racing by busily; and birds are
perched in the swaying branches of trees, singing melodiously. I look out, beyond the stone wall
that encloses my backyard, and see the fuschia, violet, and apricot flowers of the bougainvillea
bushes, growing from the thick green grass, I see where the grass meets the jungle of massive
palm, mango, and other tropical trees, and as I look past the giant mass of trees, beyond the
small poverty stricken towns, I see the Atlantic Ocean and the neverending horizon. It's glistening
in the bright morning sun and I think to myself what a gorgeous day it is. You an always tell
when it is Christmas time in Panama.
My body jerks suddenly, as I hear the sound again. This time, it pulls me out of the world I have
been in. Totally oblivious to my surroundings, I hear the sound again. Looking down at the city
almost ten miles away, it looks so peaceful, but once again the shrill sound pierces my heart, and
I know that this serene looking city is in a state of disaster. I find it so hard to believe that this
quiet place where nothing ever happens is in the middle of a war.
The strong winds blows; chills run down my spine. As I sit down in the green blanket of grass, I
hear the sporadic gunfire, but it is in the distance; now there is a louder sound. I look up to see
a helicopter flying overhead, and three waving arms, of soldiers saying "Hello," and "Goodbye."
As I blink back my tears, I go inside my house and the image of soldiers saying goodbye flashes
on the television screen. Their faces are blurred and gray, but the image is strong. An army
soldier and his wife are in a strong embrace, tears streaming from their eyes. They may be
saying goodbye for the last time.
As I close my eyes, I can faintly hear the newscaster saying "Soldiers say goodbye before going
to Panama to fight in "Operation Just Cause." Feeling as if I had just been injected with poison,
rushing through my body, seeping into my blood stream, it takes only a few seconds to realize
death will be the only consequence. Looking around me I can only see tranquility, but I know
inside of me there is a mad rush of poison; the strong realization of what is happening in my
country hits me. As the poison reaches my heart, I gasp for my last breath, and my naivete dies.
I leave the room, but the image is still frozen in my mind. Forever.
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I JUNIORS SPEAK OUT...
For a long time differences of opinions on teenage drinking have been expressed. Some
students think it's alright while others are saying no! There are conflicting opinions as to
whether students should drink or not.
"I feel drinking among students is a personal choice. If a student wants to drink, he or she
may do so," commented Kevin Akers.
On the otherhand, some students feel drinking can cause accidents that may hurt others.
"Drinking can cause good students to loose track of the most important aspect in their life
- EDUCATION. Some students tend to drink and drive not realizing the danger. What if
someone you love got killed by a drunk? It wouldn't be funny any longer, would it?" replied
Obviously there is a big difference in opinions, but the only question is who's right and
Roberto Rook Faizal Waked
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"WOODN'T YOU LIKE TO HUG THIS TREE? Jennifer Rankin takes time out to
embrace her masterpiece one early Saturday morning.
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WORKING TOGETHER! Ana Pedersen and James Howell use their wit and
teamwork to finish their project.
KEEPING BUSY .. Armando Kilborn works hard to accomplish his share
of the tree painting project.
A Mere Success!
The class of 1992 worked hard to beautify the
Cristbal Junior/Senior High school during the
month of November. They came up with the idea
just before the Homecoming game and dance.
Several juniors along with a few seniors worked
hard on weekends to help improve the Tiger
territory. Students were motivated by their sponsor
Mrs. Rozette and were "kicked into action" with
her guidance and full encouragement.
"Students were motivated solely by the
opportunity to wake up early on a Saturday
morning and sweat in the hot sun for the sake of
beautifying our beloved school. Working under the
orders bellowed by Mrs. Rozette, lazy students
were kicked into action by the boots of
leadership," replied junior Kevin Akers.
With all of the hard work and determination, both
the tree painting and Homecoming were a
CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME, MR.
HASHMAN? Mr. Hashman takes
time out to help Joce Borsellino with
some songs and rhythm.
HOW DOES THIS WORK? Yi-Feng Hu concentrates on homework that seems
to be giving her some problems!!
SMILE LADIES! Joce Borsellino and Cris Coles show off their evening attire at
the Christmas formal.
IA WAVE OF PRIDE...
Hitting hard, J. Laatz gives his all during a match.
Sophomore class favorites Kathy Dawson and Marcus Williams bring happiness not only
to their friends but to each other.
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Heather Craig Kathy Dawson Angie Epperson
Cowboy C. Blanquicett looks for alligators at C.H.S.
Bound for life, D. Price and R. Galarza participate in a
Tiger pep rally.
I A WAVE OF PRIDE...
Smiling prettily, Ivi Keith helps build school spirit.
Marilyn Lancaster Misty Landrum
William Man Yip
Taking it all in stride, K. Dawson and T. Chinasing show no signs of school-related stress
Just wait until your senior year!
THE CLASS OF 1993
Tara Norton Ken Palumbo Paul Petroni
Deborah Price Yaafar Rada Jessica Romero Counting up the wins, D. Canamas always supports
Nave it like you just don't care! E. Botello cheers wildly as Eddie Wong
he Tigers aim to score.
Lori Vega Marcus Williams
Charle Craig managed 10 sktp gym class with the excuse of a
Jenny Flockharl Arnres Flores
"Y'all are too much!" exclaims freshman Jennifer Stike.
Jennifer Light ponders the design of Tony Sotolongo's
sweater as they dance at Homecoming.
TAKING THE PLUNGE
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The freshman class favorites for 1991: Carlos Fiol and Brenda Ortiz.
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Being president of the ninth grade is
both a challenge and lots of fun.
They're a very supportive and
cooperative class. They're always
willing to help in any project we do.
The other officers are also supportive
and cooperative in that they're
always on time for meetings and they
always help me in decisions that I
have to make. To sum it up, the
ninth grade, Class of '94, is a very
energetic and enthusiastic group to
"What are we clapping for?" whispers Melissa Louis,
between her teeth, to Jenny Flockhart at a pep
TAKING THE PLUNGE
I A WAVE OF THE FUTURE. ..
All-lsthmian Megan Gibbons leads the future Tigers.
Yadyra Fiol Zachary Figueroa
Megan ibl s Pepper Grimmett
C. Donahue and C. Matthews take a break from a rough
THE CLASS OF 1995 I
David Miller William Price
C. Hernandez supports the Tigers during a home game.
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eighth grade class favorites Ricky Alvarez and Pepper Grimmett
Ways seem to have a good time at C.H.S.
I A WAVE OF THE FUTURE
JROTC took young cadets to new heights this
year. Ranger training included plunging off the
high dive in full gear.
Youth Sports was popular among
underclassmen this year. L. Galarza and M.
Flores proudly wear their jerseys.
Being all you can be means having a good time. These young cadets take time out for some R&R.
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All for one and one for all. Francisco, Ali, and
Ricky display the strong bond that existed on this
year's football team. Friends like these make all
the blood, sweat, and tears worth it.
IKeeping time, David Miller shares his talent on
the drums at the Christmas choral performance.
The Tiger Lady made the sta"
Exciting place to
el Ihe music play. Christmas Formal was an exciting night for all students including these eighth
SEVENTH GRADE: ROLLS IN WITH THE TIDE...
Mikel Andrade Lisa Ballesteros
Tanya Nichols and Meaghen Norton share a few laughs before
Class favorites, Lonnie
Franchesci and Meaghen Norton test out some new
THE CLASS OF 1996
Some seventh graders laugh at the football players during a pep assembly.
Jerry Hamm Richard Johnston Calvin Landrum Yuri Leistikow Christian Lopez
Robert Louis Fabian Mallet Tanya Nichols Jessica Northweather Meaghen Norton
Robert Louis Fabian Mallet Tanya Nichols Jessica Northweather Meaghen Norton
STARTING IT'S DESTINATION TO THE SHORE...
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Yaydra Fiol is lucky enough to be Lonnie Franchesci's date at the Christmas Formal
An underclassman gives a deadly start to the opposing team
THE CLASS OF 1996
"Do you have a pass?", asks Mrs. Meadows the seventh grade
Jason Wyrick wonders if he has what it takes to be a tiger
football player in the future.
The seventh grade girls teamed up with the sophomores for some powder puff action.
A CLASS ACT!
Faces In Our Crowd.
The JROTC color guard stand at attention while waiting for the start of a home
Bonnie Ramirez and Riia Maarn proual, row oI1 Iheir Tiger bumper sticke
at a home football game
AM I A TIGER OR WHAT?
Colleen Wall gets a little sticky while taking part in a pep assembly.
Cheerleaders show off the neat stunts and poses they can perform with their new yell
leader Erik Jimenez.
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Howard E. Perkins
Anne D. Gegg
Jamie Meadows Abelardo Acosta
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Chaperones at the Back-to-School Dance. Mrs. Johnston, Mr Younkin and Mr Gibbons, discuss appropriate
distances between dance partners.
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Mr. Palumbo smiles as he ponders the mysteries of the
Mrs. Mitchler is ready to relax after a long day of
prepositions and participle phrases
"So, what's the punchline. Mrs, Hoffman?"
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A New Wave Of Authority
Last year. Mr Charles Renno wa
re-assigned as principal of Cur
undu Jr High School Mr Howard
E Perkins. the assistant principal
for ten years. Is the new principal
Mr Perkins' first year as principal
was a success
The world's weight on his shoulders.
FOCUS ON ARGELIS
Argelis Rivas, a recreation assistant here at Cristobal for five
years, was shot above the knee during Operation "Just Cause."
Argelis was attempting to reach Margarita, on December 20,
1989, when she heard someone tell her to stop. When she failed
to stop, her car was fired on. One of the bullets went through her
left leg. She spent about one and a half months in the hospital
and underwent six operations on her leg. Argelis is thankful that
she has both of her legs and is able, once again, to play
LET'S MAKE MUSIC!
Cristobal High had a new mu-
sic teacher this year. Mr,
Hashman, who taught in.
Mounllake Terrace. Washing-
ton. for the last five years,
came to Panama because he
wanted to live in another coun-
try. Mr. Hashman started a
show choir called "All That
Jazz," which was a big suc-
cess. Next year's group looks
: : to be as good.
Mr. Hashman "jams" at an assembly.
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ECOLOGY CLUB-A WAVE OF AWARENESS
"The Ecology Club is a group
of people interested in helping
the environment. It is
organized into project and
members work on projects
which interest them. Projects
include reef preservation,
conservation and education."
-Mrs. Rosalind Baitel
"Ecology Club serves not only
as a high school organization,
but also as a community aware-
ness project. It offers the
chance for people to make a di-
rect change in the world they
live in and offers a chance to do
things most people only hear
about in the news.
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Working Hard ... Ecology club president, Megan Gibbons, enjoys
playing computer games during her computer literacy class.
Many of the club members are involved in several activities: Kevin
Akers is in a scene with Ronda Grogan for Drama club.
DRAMA CLUB-A WAVE OF EXCITEMENT
Adrianne Holmes, otherwise known as Cheryl, of Hooters by Ted Tally, shows her disgust and outrage
for the insensitivity of men ... all men!
Drama Club Members: (left to right) First Row-Mr. Steve Parker, April Grogan, Jennifer Rankin, Debbie
Rabago, Adrianne Holmes, Lisa Stike, Jennifer Stike, Zac Figueroa; Second Row-Ronda Grogan, Kevin
Akers, Christina Hernandez, David Miller and Carmelo Blanquicett.
"Drama Club is a group of
students who are interested in
the theater and the dramatic
arts. Our projects this year
include acting and improvisation
lessons, scene study, a children's
show and one major musical
Mr. Steve Parker, director
"Drama was something I had
always wanted to do in my other
-P school, but it was so large I felt
intimidated. Here it's so much
more personal; we're being
taught, and we're displaying
what we've learned on the stage.
It's an outlet, for me to be
o someone other than myself."
"It's fun and exciting."
"I've always enjoyed acting and I
thought it wuild be a fun thing
Alligators Beware! Carmelo Blanquicett, David
Miller and Christina Hernandez are going alligator
...,. hunting in the sewers of Cristobal. 51
HO* does ini, Soun.?" Wendy Franceschi and Tara Norton test their copy out c.C. eac. .ir., r
True Dedication ... Mr. Youkin and Mrs, Hoffman even discuss yearbook problim.i i ilrci311 ian. e. T3,e a
Waves Of Madness
"Mr. Wright, I need this picture." "Will someone help me come
up with a captain for this picture?" "Has anyone seen the
Yearbook and chaos; they're one and the same. The most
dreaded word to the yearbook staff is deadline. The mere
mention of an upcoming deadline stops all conversation as
serious work resumes. As deadlines loom closer, yearbook
staffers are seen running to and from Mr. Wright's room, the
yearbook room and the computer room with frantic desperation
written all over their faces.
"Will I get this done in time?" That Is probably the foremost
thought in their minds during deadline time. Of course, those
deadlines would not be met without the help of certain people:
Mr. Wright, for spending hours in the closet developing last-
minute pictures; Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Mitchler, for double-
checking our copy and layouts; Mrs. Grubbs, for taking care of
yearbook and ad sales; Mr. Grubbs, for putting up with us in
the computer room; Mr. Youkin, for all your advice and help -
Sweet Revenge Kevin Akers. Tara Norton, Mr Youkin. Wendy
Franceschi and April Grogan prepare to throw Lisa Stike into the water for
her long absence
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Perceptions, First Impressions,
Time seemed to fly by as hundreds of people filled the stands
the night of the 41st Jamboree. Nervous football players sat
quietly, stretching and pondering on thoughts that would psych
their minds before the opening game.
Their perceptions towards the Tigers' success were as varied as
the number of people who came through the gates.
"I have to admit," commented Oscar Reyes," I was a bit
concerned on whether or not the team would actually pull
together and win a game, especially after our loss to Cougars,
but as the night went on, things started to 'click' for all of us."
Jamboree has been a tradition at Cristobal for 41 years, but for
many of our new students, it was a "unique experience."
"I was so excited about being able to participate in the
Jamboree this year, I guess because in the states, activities
such as these weren't very common. It's all been a very
cherishable and very unique experience that I'll carry with me
for the rest of my life," said Bryan Richardson.
The Tigers started off on a bad note but ended tying for
second in the end. To kick off for the Tigers, CHS faced the
Curundu Cougars. Despite their loss to the Cougars, the team
showed their Tiger pride and determination. During the second
and third quarters, the Tigers fought their way to maintain the
tied score of 0-0. In the fourth game the Cristobal Tigers
triumphed over the Red Machine. James Howell, #34, scored
the winning touchdown, leading the Tigers to a 6-0 victory.
"Jamboree for me was a very grand experience. Along with the
Cayuco races from the past, and the ladies," commented
James Howell, "Jamboree was the greatest part of being a
"Although I never got into the dirty, roughness of football,"
said Jennifer Rankin, "as a manager, I, too, saw the strengths
and courage build in each of the football players and I'm very
proud of all of them!"
Tear'em up Tigers!
Tigers, supported by the cheerleaders, show off their rough and tough sides as
they tear through the banner on Jamboree Night.
Bev, are you nervous yet?
Jamboree Queen. Beverly Teal and escorts, Bryan Richardson and James
Howell, slowly walk through the Tiger Gym during the Pep Assembly.
Tiger Fans show their spirit and pride while taking time to "say cheese."
Action, action, we want action!!
Tigers use their teamwork and strength to overpower the Red Machine during a
game in the opening of the season.
I got your back man!
Angel Keith and Ricky Alvarez advance the ball down the field, helping the
Tigers get closer for the touchdown.
. BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS
The Student Association is
made up of four elected
officers who address the
concerns of the student body.
The SA is responsible for part
of jamboree, homecoming,
powder puff, and financial
assistance to other school
organizations. The SA
oversees organizational plans
as well as initiates activities at ,
CHS. The quality of SA
reflects the commitment of the
dedicated 1990-1991 SA
SA Officers-Deborah Price, Jenny Price, *
Lutcia Pedersen and Jennifer Rankin -
provide a necessary link between the student
body and the administration.
We all scream for ice cream! SA addresses the concern of every
student, their stomach, by giving away ice cream cones.
Concentration! You don't suppose Jennifer Rankin is trying to think of
ideas for SA activities, do you?
SJROTC-THE WAVE OF THE FUTURE
What A Smile! Latoya Smith shows us the pride that JROTC gives her, as she rests for a moment
at a football game.
Bushmasters: Back Row-(left to right) Kim Oliver, Bernardo Acosta III, Andres Flores, Carlos Brown,
Angel Keith, Bernardo Acosta II; Front Row-(left to right) Basil Wall, Zac Figueroa, Horace Hogan,
Miguel Flores, Carlos Fiol and Charles Craig.
JROTC Members Bernardo Acosta II Bemnardo Acosta III Nanr,amla A.,ia Ruir, Benitez, Carmelo
Blanquiceli Carlos A Brown Francico A Burac Lero, H Ca3ril II CarleiiI J Craig, Zachary C.
Figueroa Carlos G Foi Andres Fiores Miguel R Fior-es Hiracie T H.:...n Z 1,i3 J Hudson, Angel Keith,
Laura Kraemer Jessica S La,ne Gloria M L~rIgi-on Da.., A 1.1.11er him T Oi.er, Esmeralda L.
Phillips. Davd Rivera II Jessica Del C Romero P Darhrine, A R -I.:o P Slt-phan, A. Rook, Walker
Santiago Kenneth Smni Laloy Smmin Rhora v S Been Ba-ii S vWall Marcus A Williams, Randy
Gonzalez Milagras Nrepton ad'.ra F:iol Jose Sanltago Kairre F.;.rd 3n, Sc,:'l C:larK.
"The Army JROTC program is a
four year course of instruction
aimed at helping young people
become better Americans. The
curriculum is citizenship-oriented
and includes basic military skills
such as marksmanship, map
reading, drill and ceremonies,
and first aid in order to develop
Paul W. Fenwick
SSG, US Army
"I joined JROTC so I could gain
confidence in life and say I made
"I joined JROTC because it's a
challenge and so I can become
a better American; besides, it's
fun and exciting."
- Andres Flores
A.- WAVE OF KNOWLEDGE...
National Honor Society
April Grogan lectures Lisa Stike on the importance of good study skills.
Seniors Adrianne and Wendy smile wearily, thankful that final exams are over.
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N.H S advisor, Mrs. Gegg brings a smile to Vicki's face as she
receives her report card.
N.HS. (I to r): Lisa Vega, Jessica Layne, Wendy Franchesci, Adrianne Holmes, (2nd row): Vick
Seeley, Bev Teal, Lisa Stike, April Grogan
D.C.: CLOSE-UP AND PERSONAL
Lisa points out the group's route as Kevin and Vicki
discuss their plans while in the nations' capital.
1,001, 1,002... Lisa hurriedly numbers bingo tickets for
the big fundraiser.
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You mean I get to miss a week of school? Mr. Elliott led the
group through their preparation period with enthusiasm.
And away we go! This year's Close-Up participants Lisa Stike, Kevin Akers, and Vicki Seeley leave
C.H.S. behind, excited about their week in Washington.
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Last year's yearbook staff poses be-
hind a sand bag barricade placed out-
side of Cristobal during operation
CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL I
Drifting With The Military Tide
Since it's opening, in 1921, Cristobal High School
has been mainly a military school; thus, it has always
been influenced by military actions throughout the
world. When the canal was built and the military was
sent to protect the Americans operating the canal, a
school system was needed to educate the American
youth in the Panama Canal Zone; Cristobal was
opened for the Americans on the Atlantic side of the
With its role as a DoDDS school, comes the
necessary flexibility created by the continual arrival
and departure of students. Every student is touched
by this whirlpool; if a student has not moved several
times, himself, he has at least experienced the pain
of losing friends and the bittersweet joy of making
new friends, knowing they will move away in a few
short years. Teachers are forced to discern the level
of schooling each new student has had in the past
and adjust to their needs, whether they are great or
Throughout the years, political unrest in Panama has
often closed school, interrupting finals, sport seasons
and schooling, in general. This was true during last
year's operation "Just Cause," which brought about
the military occupation of the third floor of CHS.
Sharing CHS with the soldiers made the deaths of
"Just Cause" seem more real to the students; Joce
Borsellino said, "We had a chance to get close to
the soldiers staying in the school, so it was scary
watching the news and thinking maybe one of their
names would show up."
This year's operation "Desert Shield/Storm" has
touched many of the students at CHS; remembering
their friends and family members in the Persian Gulf,
causes every student to reconsider their values and
ideals. Those students who were a part of operation
"Just Cause" cannot forget the deaths, or the
soldiers they became friends with, wondering who
will die this time.
CHS students cannot ignore military actions and
concerns, as they are directly affected by them.
Instead, they are faced daily with concerns about the
war "Will someone I know have to go? Will
anyone I know die? Will I have to go and fight?" As
the war with Iraq continues, CHS will feel it even
more as loved ones go to the gulf and budget
cuts are made.
Soldiers from Charlie Company, 4/17 Battalion, Buffaloes, shake hands with stu-
dents arriving for the assembly the school held in order to say goodbye to these
soldiers who had been their "neighbors."
Due to the strong military influence on CHS, the JROTC program is a very important
part of the student life.
I HOMECOMING. .
A Night To Be Remembered!
The 1990 Homecoming game, with all of the spirit
and strong support of football players, coaches, cheer-
leaders, and loyal fans was an overall success. The
Tigers gave Red the ultimate thrashing as CHS ended
the game 19-0. Along with the hustle, determination,
and support from the rest of the team, Luigi Armuelles
and Bryan Richardson helped to attain the 19-0 win.
During halftime, the senior class with the theme
Watch Cristobal's Pride, Fry Balboa High, won the over-
all hall decoration and parade contest. The Tiger did
"fry" Balboa High but before the game the 1990 Home-
coming Queen, Vicky Seely, and court were an-
nounced. Following the Queen, the homecoming court
with Adrianne Holmes, Wendy Franceschi, Beverly
Teal, and Manal Shihab entered.
Due to SAT tests the homecoming dance was post-
poned to November 10 a week after the game. The
dance, filled with both students and tentative parents,
was a night to be remembered by all who attended.
LOOKING' GOOD AND LO'LINJG IT'
James Howell and Ara Pedersen 'lrike a pose at me orrmecominq cance whih
waiting to be priotographred
TIDO, PAY ATTENTION! PASSIONATELY WE MINGLE!
Erika Moyer, Jessica Layne, Tito Thomas, and Megan Gibbons all await a more Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman both dance passionately with one another on the night ol
appealing song at the homecoming dance, the homecoming dance.
HLbEAS NU MUHt HUI-'IUMs!
Pictured from left to right is the 1990
homecoming queen (centered), and court
with their escorts. In the court along with
escorts were: (not pictured) Manal Shi-
hab, escorted by Ralph Galarza;
Adrianne Holmes, escorted by Luigi Ar-
muelles; Beverly Teal, escorted by Mike
Anthony; Queen Vicki S-;i, escorted by
James Howell and Cookie Evans; and
Wendy Franceschi, escorted by Bryan
DO I LOOK ALRIGHT GUYS?
Homecoming queen Vicki Seely, with es-
corts James Howell and Cookie Evans,
walks elegantly out onto the coronation
rs A GROUP THING!
inal, Keffer (far left), Luis Galarza, Brenda Ortiz, Maria Galarza (back row), Pepper Grimmett, and William Price show off
ier evening attire at the homecoming dance.
COULD THIS BE LOVE?
Jennifer Stike and Angel Keith express to
one another, their innermost feelings
The 1990-91 Christmas Formal was held at the Ft.
Sherman Community Club on December 15. Along with
the usual song and dance was the Hall of Fame ceremo-
ny. Vicky Seeley and James Howell were awarded the
Hall of Fame "Mr. and Miss CHS"; Lutcia Pedersen and
Ralph Galarza were awarded "The Best Sense of Hu-
mor"; Erik Jimenez and Deborah Rabago were award-
ed "Best Dressed"; Bryan Richardson and Jessica
Layne were awarded "Most Athletic"; and Lisa Stike
and Kaled Saker were awarded "Most Likely To Suc-
ceed." All and all, the Christmas formal was a huge
GIRLS NIGHT OUT'
BBonnre Ram.rez Jenn, Price and Megan GDbbons enloy Ineir evening out al
me Cr'rit.an, Firrnal
THE MOST ATHLETIC BEST DRESSED IN 9U I
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BEST SENSE OF HUMOR
Ralph Galarza and Lulcia Pedersen show
off their joyful spirited ways.
MR AND MISS CHS
James Howell and Vicki Seeley congratulate each other after receiving their
awards at the Christmas Formal.
Marion Northweather and Mr. Hashman 'jam' to the music at the Christmas Formal.
THE MOST L:K(ELY TO SUCCEED
Showing her sp Wi and brilliant smile, a
Strike gratefully receives her awards (not
pictured is Kaled Sakerf
For the past 38 years the Cayuco races have been a
part of the lives of many. The biggest challenge to most
CHS students is the physical, mental, and social as-
pects. The overall reason for student participation is for
"I love the sport because of it's unique and binding
team effort! I love the great competition," said Beverly
The enthusiasm was in the air since the first announce-
ment concerning the Cayuco races. All crews, both new
and old began to prepare for the races. Crews were
seen paddling hard, getting sponsors, and working on
their boats. All paddlers agreed that organization, com-
mitment, support and enjoyment before and during the
race helped to pull them through the 'rough times.'
"If it wasn't for the great support and commitment from
everyone around, I honestly don't believe my crew
would have been this successful," said Vicki Seeley.
The 1991 Cayuco races was held on March 22, 23, 24.
Although the stress of getting prepared lurked, all stu-
dents were glad the race was finished.
Jennifer Rankin, Dyonne Canamas, Beverly Teal, and Vicky Seeley use
teamwork to get the "Scenic Route" into the lake.
Laura Kramer, Armando Kilborn, Marc Johnson, and Misty Landrum rest before
heading out to practice and build up their endurance.
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STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE!
Misty Landrum, Marc Johnson, Armando Kilborn, and Laura Kramer paddle strong
into the landing at the lake.
BALANCE YOURSELF BRYANI
Erik Jimenez and Bryan Richardson work together to keep the "Gone Palante"
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Jessica Layne, Jennifer Swords, Tara Norton, and Wendy Franceschi work hard to
get set before practicing, while Jenny Price keeps them balanced.
Jace Bcr'ieei. and Kent Grubbs. at the Winter Choral and Drama Fest, dream of roasting chestnuts on an open
fire. Christmas Eve, with Jack Frost nipping at their noses.
ALL THAT JAZZ: (left to right) April Grogan, Bev Teal. Ronda Grogan, Carmelo Blanquicett. Joce Borsellino, Tony
Sotolongo. Kent Grubbs, Marc Johnson. Carlos Brown, Luiggi Armuelles, Marion Northweather. Laurie Wyrick and
During the Winter Choral and Drama Fest. Bev Teal imagines the beauty of
a white Christmas as she sings ol "mango and palm trees" swaying in
ALL THAT JAZZ
Sending Soundwaves Across Panama.
When school began, we were just nine students
who loved music, many of whom had never received
any previous choral training. Mr. Hashman, full of
enthusiasm, who not daunted by this; he jumped in
and began to teach us the music and the art of
performing, forcing us to overcome our stage fright.
After many hours of repetition, frustration and
perspiration, Mr. Hashman succeeded, transforming
group. Bev Teal's statement, "His confidence in us,
as a new group, has made us dedicated to him and
to ALL THAT JAZZ," does not even begin to
describe the support, encouragement and instruction
he's given us.
It has not been all work and no play; it has been
an adventure as well as a learning experience. Luiggi
Armuelles said, "ALL THAT JAZZ makes me come
alive," and he's right; it makes us all come alive.
Laurie Wyrick, confident in the group's success,
says, "Just wait till next year; we're going to knock
everyone's socks off!"
ALL THE JAZZ's rhythm section (left to right) David Miller. Ron Bruhn and Kevin Akers pausing in their
musical excellence to pose for the camera, wonder impatiently how long it will be until they return to their
Mr Hashman, rather than making faces at Marion and trying to get her to smile, maybe you should wake Jennifer
up instead. Alter all, this is a performance, not nap time 6
And Their Court.
Top row, left to right: Vicki
Seeley, Bev Teal, Wendy
Franceschi, Lutcia Pedersen.
Bottom row, left to right: James
Howell, Cookie Evans, Bryan
Richardson, Erik Jimenez
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The Tigers take a moment to celebrate their win
against the P.C.C. Green Devils.
Intensity and fierce determination rocked
C.H.S. Tiger Stadium throughout the 1990
football season. For the second year the
Tigers continued a winning tradition with a
five and three season.
Inexperience was to be the Tiger's
greatest weakness, but time and time
again the team exhibited character and
composure. Quarterback Ricky Alvarez led
the team in yards passing while senior
running back Bryan Richardson ran for a
spectacular 1,000 yards this season. In _
the three losses the Tiger defense only
gave up a total of twenty-one points. In
essence the Tigers were kept from going
undefeated by three touchdowns.
The team worked together as a unit and
improved themselves as players as well as
individuals. This year's football team &
withstood the stormy seas, and it was R
smooth sailing to another victorious .,"
Eagerly awaiting the kick-off, team
captains Angel Keith. Cookie
Evans. Bryan Richardson, and
James Howell meet with the
Does anybody have an Icepack?
Senior Ralph Galarza experiences
one of the many bumps and
bruises that come with playing
Coach Will expresses his anxiety n
a pre-game chat with Coach Elol. ot i
The season was nerve-wracking,
but the Tigers stood proud.
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Making a break for it, the Tiger de-
fense creates an opening for James
Howell to gain yardage against the
All set? Quarterback Ricky Alvarez calls out the play as center Angel Keith prepares to snap the
ball during an away game.
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The 1990 Tiger Football Team (I to r): Angel Keith, Dan Howell, Francisco Burac, Damion White, Bernardo Acosta, Andres Flores. Cookie Evans, Ali
Saker, Jack Dewhurst, Ricky Alvarez, Kaled Saker. Second row: Hall Grimmett, James Howell, Bryan Richardson. Luis Armuelles, Ziad Yaafar, Derek
Smith, Ken Palumbo, Mike Anthony, Lutcia Pederson (manager) Third row: Coach Elliot, Hugo Cabrera, Danny Hernandez. Armando Kilborne. Roberto
Rook, Paul Petroni, Oscar Reyes, Carlos Hern, Ariel Keith, Ronnie Bruhn, Ralph Galarza, Coach Will.
Tigers vs White 3- 0
Tigers vs Devils 12- 0
Tigers vs Cougars 0- 9
Tigers vs Red 33- 0
Tigers vs White 14-20
Tigers vs Devils 14- 6
Tigers vs Cougars 6-12
Tigers vs Red 19- 0
Taking It To The Hoop
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lei ri, Pri'c Dallle I Oul loir ihe loc..e ball
The 1990 girls' basketball team
rode high on the waves of
success this season. For the
sixth consecutive year, the
Cristobal girls have remained
undefeated. The players
continuously exhibited grace and
agility on the court, while
remaining tough and aggressive.
The team's skillful ball handling
and guidance from coaches
Gayle Rankin and Rico Atherly
made the ultimate winning
At the end of the season, the
varsity team's record remained
unblemished and the junior
varsity went seven and one. The
girls captured both the first place
team trophy and the tournament
trophy. Three players on the
Tiger team were also chosen as
All-lsthmian players: Wendy
Franceschi, Megan Gibbons, and
Jessica Layne. As a result of this
team's hard work and
determination, the girls
consistently took it to the hoop!
The 1990-1991 Cristobal girls' basketball team stands tall and proud.
Jessica Layne, one of Cristobal's three All-Isthmian
players, gracefully shoots a layup.
I Are these basketball players smiling because their
team is winning or because they will soon be eating
All Isthmian player Wendy Franchesci leaves the Devil girls behind as she Coaches Rico Atherly and Gayle Rankin discuss formation for the night's
drives towards the basket. home game.
Tigers vs White 49-19
Tigers vs Devils 57-20
Tigers vs Cougars 73-19
Tigers vs Red 63-18
Tigers vs White 54-18
Tigers vs Devils 47-16
Tigers vs Cougars 52-25
Tigers vs Red 47- 7
BOYS' TENNIS. ..
MAKING' A RACKET!
The 1991 CHS boy's tennis season was full
of learning experiences for both players and
coach alike. With only three players return-
ing from last year, the majority of the Tiger
tennis team had yet to play the sport at the
beginning of the season. Even the coach,
Kenneth Youkin, hailing from Daytona, Flor-
ida, was new to coaching the sport. Youkin,
head of the art department at Cristobal, de-
scribes the group as, "overall, a young
team, with some individuals with lots of po-
tential and talent who will be with us for a
few more years to come." Kent Grubbs,
seeded first, and Kenneth Palumbo, seeded
second, were the dominant players, leading
the team through match after match. With
Kent, a freshman, and Kenneth, a sopho-
more, we can look forward in future years to
Isthmian domination by the boy's Tiger ten-
Jay Laatz concentrates on his forehand smash.
(from left) Coach Ken Younkin, Ron Bruhn, Mike Suarez, Kent Grubbs, Tony Sotolongo, Jay
Laatz, Kenneth Palumbo, Jeremy Long, Jack Dewhurst, Carmelo Blanquicett, Dwight
Clayton, Carlos Brown
Kent Grubbs, captain of the team, leads off a match with a textbook serve, toes on the line
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KEEPING A GRIP ON THINGS.
Variety ... Involvement ... Companion-
ship ... FOOD!
These words all come to mind when at-
tempting to describe the girls' tennis team
this past year.
Through wins and losses alike, these girls have
continually shown the Tiger mentality that winning
isn't everything, and that having fun is one of the
most important parts of the game. With players
like Bev Teal, the captain of the "eating team,"
and Lutcia Pedersen, who moved especially well
with firecrackers tied to her shoes, laughs were
never far behind. "The girls were always very in-
volved, not only in tennis, but other things like
boyfriends and the cayuco race," said coach Troy
Oliver. In fact, eight out of the ten players were in
the race, tightening up their schedule consider-
ably. "Even though we haven't had a winning sea-
son, it's been fun having a fly for a coach!" re-
marked Bev Teal.
Jessica Layne shows with her forehand return why she was the
top player on the team.
'om L) Coach Troy "The Fly" Oliver, Jennifer Light, Lutcia Pedersen, Jessica Layne.
3ri Vega, Jennifer Rankin, Bev Teal, Manager Colleen Wall, Jana Swords, Debbie
rice, Jenny Price, Ana Pedersen, Manager Dayra Chinasing.
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(inset) Do you think Jenny Price knows there's a camera on the
Left: Jana Swords whacks one over with a grunt and a "whoosh."
Debbie Price shows her stuff with the "ace in ya' face!"
A KICKIN' SEASON
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In 1989 Operation Just Cause
brought a halt to our quest for
the championship. This year
we set out to complete that
quest in a full season. Our de-
fense remained aggressive
while the offense raised their
goal per game from one to
two. Once again we dominat-
ed the league going undefeat-
Tigers vs. White
Tigers vs. Green
Tigers vs. Cougars
Tigers vs. Red
Tigers vs. White
Tigers vs. Green
Tigers vs. Cougars 1-1
Joce Borsellino and Marion Northweather plead with
Mr. Oliver to let them back into the game. Bench it
The Cristobal girls soccer team
stands tall and proud.
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occer hopefuls, Cookie Evans, Bryan Richardson, Luiggi Armuelles,
rown, James Howell and Kevin Akers, practice after school.
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No, Bryan Richardson isn't laying down for a nap,
he's demonstrating a bicycle kick!
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Heads Up! Showing their ability to think with
their heads during a game. Kevin and Luiggi
warm up. Bryan Richardson and Cookie Evans
race to control the ball.
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The 1991 Tiger basketball team faced
a very difficult conference this year.
Each and every game came down to
the wire; the last two minutes were
crucial. Despite their 2-6 record the
Tigers saw outstanding performances
from Steve Keffer, Mike Machado, Jon
Lu, Roberto Rook and Derek Smith.
This year's team showed a great deal
of determination and ambition. A big
thanks goes out to all those who came
out and supported the Tigers this
E. Botello, K. Dawson. M. Johnson, R. Rook, M.
Machado, Coach Elliott, D. Smith, C. Hern, M.
Williams, N. Acosta, T. Chinasing, R. Alvarez, L.
Armuelles, J. Lu, S. Keefer
Taking a breather, Ricky, Luigi, Roberto, Jon,
Nito, and Mike all listen to Coach Elliott's
It's in the bank. Robert Rook concentrates as he
prepares to put C.H.S. up by two.
You must be joking! Coach Elliott confers with Come fly with me. Mike Machado flies high as the
the referee over a controversial call. Tigers tip off.
WITHSTANDING THE STORM
James Howell gives a determined stare as the Tigers prepare to challenge the P.C.C Devils.
Dan Howell stretches for a foul ball. Proud to be a baseball player!
You're out! First baseman James Howell is ready to
tag the Cougar batter. The Tigers won with the
tremendous score of 10-0.
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nd it's outta here. A Tiger knocks one over the fence against Red.
Assistant Coach Will is hopeful about the
upcoming baseball season.
From The Top...
Coming into the 1991 season as
a new coach and with few
returning players, Coach Grubbs
hopes for a winning season but
more importantly for everyone to
improve and enjoy themselves.
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AM I DOING THIS RIGHT?
Kent Grubbs practices his setting during warm up.
The 1990-91 boys' Volleyball team, like that of the girls,
lost several seniors last year. This year, according to Mr.
Oliver, has been a year of rebuilding but the Tigers still
maintained their pride and determination.
"I only have two letterman coming back from last year.
This year has been a year of rebuilding but the building
material has been excellent," said Mr. Oliver.
The knowledge and perfection of the basic fundamen-
tals has been the goal for the 1990-91 boys' volleyball
IN YOUR FACE!
Dan Howell, using his jumping abilities, stops a spiked ball from getting over the net.
SACRIFICE YOUR BODY!
Kenneth Palumbo gives it his all and digs a spiked ball.
Jenny Price and Jessica Layne set up a "wall" to stop a spiked ball.
The 1990-91 Volleyball team under the coaching of
Gayle Rankin, has set goals for themselves for the up-
coming season. Even before the season started, dedi-
cated athletes were seen practicing the basic skills they
needed for the new season.
"I know lots of girls are already excited for tryouts and
the new season. With that enthusiasm, we're already
ahead of the game," said Mrs. Rankin.
As all coaches, Mrs. Rankin had her own expectations
for the returning letterman. The knowledge and perfec-
tion of the basic fundamentals seemed to be greatly
stressed. Being more accurate on spikes, jumping high-
er, quick feet and hands, and setting were only a few of
the aspects stressed.
"Lots of team encouragement as well as high self es-
teem will help to maintain a strong and successful sea-
son. It doesn't matter if we have a young team because
we will remain winners and strive to be the best that we
can be. Teamwork, hustle, ride will prevail," said Mrs.
"I'VE GOT IT!"
Jenny Price carefully bumps the ball and helps to set up the attack.
Wendy Franceschi works hard to make a good pass, while Jessica Layne backs her
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CHEERING ... ..
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It's Not Just For Girls!
Devotion, pain-staking work, and undying dedication
were just part of the Cristobal High cheerleading crite-
At the games students saw the cheerleaders up front,
maintaining a captive and very spirited crowd, while
carefully producing Ringling Brothers-like-gymnastics.
The squad was a bit different this year because the girls
unanimously voted in the idea of having a yell leader.
Erik Jimenez decided that he had what it took and
willingly stepped forward to fill the position. Together
they made the entire year of sports a fulfilled one for
Cheerleading was more than high spirits and short
skirts. It was more than that It was ambitious drive and
determination, and these individuals had what it took.
LOOKING' GREAT IN '90
The 1990-91 cheerleading squad consisted of: Back row (from left to right). Adrianne Holmes, Beverly Teal, Vicky Seeley, Erik Jimenez, Joce Borsellino, Dyonne
Canamas. and Deborah Rabago. Front row, Ivi Keith, Marion Northweather, Ana Pedersen, and Darlene Seeley.
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HOLD THAT POSE!
The cheerleaders show off a few of the neat stunts they
learned at camp.
WE THE LEADERS!
The sponsors of the c-rIea.l3,rl] squad were Bonnie
Seeley and Penny Canamas. The captain was Vicky Seeley
and co-captain Beverly Teal all are pictured below.
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PROUD TO BE A TIGER!
Erik Jimenez, the new yell leader at Cnstobal, proudly
poses for the camera.
rhe cheerleaders finish a routine with a lot of pep at an all school assembly.
_I A TRIBUTE TO ERIK I
PROUD IS NOT BIG ENOUGH
TO EXPLAIN THE LOVE I SHARE
FOR A YOUNG MAN ...
GOD KNOWS HOW I CARE.
HIS HEART IS IN THE RIGHT PLACE
HE GUIDES ME TO THE TRUTH-
HE KNOWS WHAT LIFE CAN MEAN-
HE HAS DONE A DOZEN THINGS-
HE IS A MILLION IN ONE DREAM ...
HE'S MY SON,
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SENIORS (Big Kids)
GO FOR IT
TIGER SPIRIT LilES FORE'.ER
GOOD LUC K ATHLETES'
I otwaiS J.clu Weare
tariemly proud oi you. May the next
ltep o your life be leovig and happy.
Rememe( halways.h tet .feloew you
wth a our hears.
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VWe ir,.)w how hard and
crhaliI-n.irnJ it was for you.
But ,ou made it big as we
expecTed from you So,
Wr. Io.e, and pride we
DaP. M4om and brothers
Hope you contiffe being
loving and respectful to
those that love you
God Bless You
TO THE 1991
NOW MAY THE
YOU TO GREATER
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I won't wish you luck in college
because you don't need it. You'll do fine!
Hope there's lots of success, happiness
and great memories.
I love you,
The Unicorn Princess
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It seems to happen overnight ... the
little girl grows up, and in her place a
lovely woman stands. It fills the heart with
love and pride to see all she's become, to
know she holds the future in her hands.
And remember ... no matter what life
brings, you will always be our daughter.
Love, Mom and Dad
We're proud of the way you're growing
up. We admit we still worry at times
because the world has changed a lot
since you were born. We haven't always
agreed with your decisions, but we hope
you know that we respect your courage
and independence in making them. You're
doing all you can to be the person you
want to be, and we admire that ...
Love, Mom and Dad
As you step into the fu-
ture, always remember the
roads you have travelled
and the lessons learned.
Take with you our love and
support and your faith. You
will always be successful.
Mom and Dad
We are all so proud of you. You have
given us much joy during these last eighteen
years. Wishing you a bright and happy fu-
ture. We will always be here for you!
Love, Dad, Mom, Kim, Grandpa, and
Oscar Reyes III
Ft. Gulick Elementary
Love, Ziggy, Monique, Marlee, Holly, and
I love my big sister lots-n-lots!
Someone in Galveston, Texas loves you! Con-
Love, Nana and Pop Pop
Loving people, or caring
for them, is to want the
best for them.
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