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BHS Goes Wild
FROM WE
Discoverer. The statue of Balboa stands on Balboa Avenue overlooking the Bay of Panama.
Unfortunately, the bust of Balboa that once was in front of our school was stolen.
Spellbound. Students intently watch
events at one of the year's pep rallies. As
hot as it was outside, these were still a
nice opportunity to miss class.
Student Life
4
Heat In Motion
Sports
30
Sparking Interests
Clubs
58
Mental Madness
Academics
78
Shiny Happy
People
96
Monkey Business
Advertising
170
Whos Who In This Zoo
Index
194
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BHS Goes Wild
Student Life
Here we go again!
"Where? . Where are we going?"
You never listen. Just let me finish telling you!
"OKAY! SORRY I'm listening!"
This is going to be the best year ever!4 BHS is a great place cuz
theres so much to do!
"Like what? What's there to do?
44Well, like going to football games, especially the Jamboree and
the pep rallies and all the spirit days and BHS-BHS field trips.
Then, we decorate those class showcases for Halloween, Homecom
ing, Christmas and Valentines Day. Next theres the Winter For
mal, Carnavalito/Mardi Gras and the Jr./Sr. Prom. Oh! and the
French Club Fashion Show and Drama Club plays and Band and
Chorus concerts and the Cayuco Race and all the varsity sports.
Then all year long we collect cans and white paper for the Ecology
Club Reduce, Reuse and Recycle! Before you know it, Gradu
ation Day is here. See? Were going to have a wild year at BHS!
Whew! Sorry I asked! I see your point!
No break. Even on Valentine's Day, Katie Good
win and Brian Dugan must use their lunch time
to study. Many students found this necessary
because of after school activities
Muvelo, Muevelo. Dancing to reggae, Melissa
Royo and Ricardo Valdez enjoy themselves at the
Winter Formal Many people continued the fun
after dances downtown or with friends.
Carefully tying a knot, Brenda Davila puts the
finishing touches on a decoration for Mardi Gras.
Students from the French III class helped the
French Club put on this event.


JAMBOREE PEP RALLY
Where had everybody gone that fine Friday
afternoon? If that afternoon happened to be Au
gust 30th, then the entire BHS student body
could have been found out in the stadium
screaming their hearts out.
In support of their class the seniors sweated it
out in black while the juniors pulled out all the
stops in red and white. In the mean time, the
sophomores hung out in white tees and the all
time fav-jeans.
The Cougar, Bulldog, Red Machine, and Green
Devils cheerleaders riled up the crowd as their
teams looked on. Good old #31 on Red Machine
decided to lend a helping hand by doing a few
flips and cartwheels himself to the great amuse
ment of all.
In between, of course, there were the messy,
ever popular, pep rally competitions. First came
the Jello eating contest. The sophomores, obvi
ously approving, supported their man by thun
dering, "Un poquito sauvecito! Frank West-
gate took that one away for the juniors but the
sophomores bounced back as Anabel Burns sur
prised everyone by winning the find-the-gum-in-
the-whip-cream-thing with an unexpected bub
ble. There was some question in who won the
Izzy Dizzy, where participants run circles with
their foreheads pressed on the end of a bat, but
does it matter?
All in all, in the true BHS spirit of overcoming
all obstacles, the Jamboree pep rally was a suc
cess in spite of those speaker problems. The sight
of those busses filling up and heading out to
Cristobal definitely proved it. And so, another
football season gets its start.
Heads up Shannon Lord disappointed after intense competi
tion wonders if it was all worth it.
Jamboree Royalty (left ot right) includes Queens Aileen
Jenkins from Red Machine, Anlce Metheny from Bulldogs
Greens own Margarita Pierce, and Maria Garcia from the
Heads up! Frank Westgate and Scott Wood wolf down Jell-0 Victory Annabel Gunder gloats over her ability to find the
to win the class competition. Frank's appetite proved to be gum in the pie, not to mention blowing the bubble before her
the more formidable. upperclassmen, Jason Seales.
Aftershock. Joy Hauser, overcome by dizzyness, mumbles
something to the effect of "Stop the world, I want to step off
for a while."
Wishful thinking. Valerye Spratling can only dream of soph
omores being number one
6


HALLOWEEN 1991
Beep, Beep! Take a ride aboard the Manchester Transit
Line.
Clowning around. Naomi Unger shows Jeremiah Krage
which steps to take.
Girls just wanna have fun. (left to right) Latoya Ries, Yira Muse, Michele Tassel, and Michela Hattox shows us
Shelly Johnson, Eyda Pineda, how.
The witching hour had come ... it wasnt
quite midnight though. More like noon. The spir
it week for Halloween had reached its climax
with the annual costume contest in front of the
school during lunch.
It was the moment of truth. Forget about
winning the display cases. It was time to see who
won the hundred dollar first prize.
There were French maids, pears, a Freddy
Kreuger, and clowns by the droves. Yes, about
that rumor of a school bus roaming the halls
that was true!
It was crazy. There is just no other word to
describe the madness and mayhem that envel
oped the student body.
You had to be careful. At any second that
devil lurking in the corner might decide to poke
you with his fork. At any minute the nagging
"housewife" might get you with her rolling pin,
or that giant football might decide she wants to
hurl herself in your direction.
From all this chaos the winners emerged: The
Phantom of the Opera (Melissa Royo) mysteri
ously arrived to steal the show, but the brave
barbarian (Walter Crouch) fought his way to her
side to split the prize. Mr. Waugh relived his
days as a hippie, but Think Pear Share (Ms.
Hinkle, Ms. Gibson and Ms. George) walked off
with first place in the teachers contest.
Caught In the act. The other side of Melissa Royo-emerges as
the Phantom of the Opera.
On guard. Walter "Barbarian" Crouch retreats as Robert
"Robin Hood" Luttrells attacks.
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Carnival time. People manning the junior Homecoming Stand your ground. Bulldog cheerleaders Allison Huff. Nat-
floats take turns hosing down the crowd. (Below). alie Watkins, and Jill Roscoe shake up the rally (Far below).
Getting the right start. Ms. George and Eyda Pineda share a
laugh before the dance team performs at the rally.
All wrapped up. Seniors Maria Garcia and Brenda Davila
test their "plunging" abilities on underclassmen Trinity Mar
tinez.
The date? November 8, 1991. The place? Bal
boa High School stadium. The occasion? The
Homecoming pep rally.
This time there weren't any interclass compe
titions, but a few of the highlights included the
following: the innovative cheerleaders came up
with new routines with great visual impact, and
the dance team appeared for the very first time
at a school rally.
The Homecoming game was held later that night,
and the "Carnival" juniors atop their red fire
engine not only hosed down the crowd, but took
away first place for the best float. The second
place float was made by the seniors, with their
theme of Flush the Underclassmen." (The more
spirited seniors went around equipped with
plungers!) Third place was won by the sopho
more float with the theme "Grease."
The Homecoming dance was held on Novem
ber 9, 1991 at the PCC auditorium. Although it
was very hot, and they had to bring out the fans,
most people enjoyed their evenings.
Homecoming Queen and King. Mayra Nieves and Carlos
Quintero.
HOMECOMING 1991
Senior princess and prince. Jenny Navarro and Jimmv
Oakley.
Senior princess and prince. Allison Huff and Shawn Fitzger
ald.
Junior princess and prince. Caroline Hinkle and Ray Wil
liams.
Junior Princess and prince. Saray Dunn and Craig Fish
bough.
Sophomore princess and prince. Marlene Hustamonle and
John Crespo.
Sophomore princess and prince. Nayda Nieves and Billy
Wing.
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POWDER PUFF 1991
It was hot. The restless crowd suddenly erupt
ed into wild cheers as the cheerleaders began
their routine
Firecracker, firecracker,
Boom-boom Boom!
Firecracker, Firecracker,
Boom-boom Boom!
Girls got the muscles,
Teachers got the brains,
Guys have the sexy legs,
and we win the game!"
Wait a minute. Guys have the sexy legs?" Wear
ing those short cheerleading skirts they did!
The place was BHS stadium. The date? De
cember 20, 1991. At one oclock in the afternoon,
the students were let out of class to attend the
Mascara Bowl where the underclassmen girls
challenged the seniors to a football game. In
support of their team, the underclassmen guys
donned cheerleading outfits and stirred up the
student body as the underclassmen girls led the
way to victory. All in all, the Mascara Bowl
proved to be a great success.
Passing Interference!Veronica Chatman and Mayra Nieves
R" airborne to catch a critical pass,
No guts, no glory. Mayra Nieves looks for an opening to run
through.
Hail Mary. Aileen Jenkins airs it out for the senior team, but
despite her efforts, the underclassmen are just too much
12
Getting down to business. Tony lisera, Pat Pratt, Joe Peo-
l,l,,\ and Danny Bright show the flip side of the cheerleuding
coin
13


TIS THE SEASON TO BE JOLLY
As the year drew to a close, stu
dents at BHS found that the spirit of
Christmas had descended upon
them. During the final week of
school before the holidays, class
competitions reached their peek.
The sophomores trimmed their tree
outside the main office, the juniors
built Santas house, and upstairs in
the seniors hall, a nativity scene
with live animals was erected. There
was a day where everyone wore red
and green, and all the classes par
ticipated in the annual food drive.
Also during the week, some of the
BHS students and teachers partici
pated in the Christmas concert held
at the BHS auditorium.
Winter Formal was held on Janu
ary 18, 1992, at the Amador Officers
Club. The door prizes were enticing,
and the night was danced away as
the holidays happily drew to a close.
Does anyone have any sunscreen? Santa de
cides to take a break and work on his tan.
Is the world celebrating? Mr Waugh's first
period class gives Santa a global look. (Far
right).
Dancing days are here again. While dancing
with Michele Tassel, Mr. Waugh disproves the
misconception
that all he does is give government home
work.
14


Royal Faces, (left to right) Stephen Betrisey and Alix
Puech; Ramon da Pena and Claudine Eckerle; Eddie Howell
and Rachel Berger; Ronald Green and Yvette Wilde.
15


Its a secret. Using all her willpower, Jennifer Pownall My balloons bigger than yours! Seniors Jenny Navarro and
resists telling her friend who her two admirers are. Katie Goodwin chat in the hallway on Valentines Day.
VALENTINES DAY 1992
Whats red and pink and white? Valentines
Day at BHS! This year Valentine's Day left be
hind a lot of lovely memories.
As always, there were candygrams to buy for
your significant other. The candygram balloons
brought an assorted number of sweets and Her-
shey's kisses, but if you wanted to add a few
kisses of your own, that was okay too! The can-
dygrammers" went around delivering those en
dearing little messages of love and affection dur
ing first period. Everyone wanted to carry
around a balloon. One person was even heard to
say, I didn't get one. Now I feel so unloved!
Roses arrived by the dozen at any given hour
of the day, These were delivered by the ever
faithful student aides.
Secret admirer? Cenira Lopez wishes she knew who sent her
all the candygrams.
The occasion was marked by the return of the
Computer Club's dating service and by the red,
pink, and white dress code for the day. The
sophomores won the display case competition
with their heartshaped balloon arrangement and
the seniors came in second with the juniors in
third.
Did you know Valentine's day was originally
an ancient Roman celebration to the wolf god?
Later when the Catholic church began changing
these pagan festivities into religious feast days,
it became St. Valentine's Day after the Christian
martyr.
An English custom of the 14th century was
where all the unmarried people in a village
would draw another single person's name from a
box and exchange notes on February 14th.
Charles, the Duke of Orleans, in France, was the
first person credited with sending a Valentine's
Day card. Its too bad he didn't send his wife a
candygram too!
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LA MODE 1992
The annual French Club Fashion
Show, L Amour de la mode, was
held at the Balboa High School audi
torium on February 21, 1992.
The emcees Kiran Chugani and
Richard Samson welcomed us to the
show, and proceeded to introduce
the models. The first fashion con
sisted of party wear. That was fol
lowed by casual, jeans, aerobics,
evening wear and swim wear. There
was a slide presentation giving a
short biographical sketch on each of
the models, and during intermission
you could buy delicious chocolate
eclairs.
Things went surprisingly smooth
ly, in spite of the tension backstage.
As model Maria Garcia put it, it was
extremely hectic with everyone run
ning in and out of the dressing
rooms.
The Fashion Show was not as
profitable as last years, but never
theless the models gained the audi
ences definite approval with an ex
cellent show.
So masculine. Carl Gale shows us what a well
dressed guy looks like. (Above.)
How much? Looking forward to the evening,
Jennifer Tafe buys her ticket for the show.
(Right.)
Give yourself a hand. The models congratu- u belle femme. Sa Du typical teen 0
late themselves after successfully completing th gQ fFar below
a skit.
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Masters of the ceremony. Kiran Chugani
and Richard Samson introduce the models.
(Below)
Comment est-que je vois? Betty Meyers
struts her stuff in a velvet party dress.
(Above)
Chic Romantique Cenira l.opez takes the
cake in a black, fringed evening dress. (Left)
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CARNAVALITO 1992
On February 22, 1992, the place to be was the
PCC auditorium where the Spanish Club and the
French Club co-hosted the second annual Carna-
valito/Mardi Gras.
The night started off with the Spanish Club
court giving us a taste of typical Panamanian
folkloric dances. After the introduction, they
performed Las Cumbias and La Danesa. Then
the queen, Melissa Royo, and her escort, Dwight
McKabney, performed their solo, El Punto. The
final dance was La Chorrerana, where the lights
were dimmed and the faces of the dancers were
illuminated by the candles they held.
The emcee then introduced the members of
the court by name, and the queen was crowned
by the Spanish Club sponsor, Mr. Carlos Vaz.
Melissa was also given a bouquet of roses on the
behalf of the Spanish Club.
She then gave her acceptance speech and
assigned the members of her court their specific
duties with a little personal advice to each which
earned many laughs from the public.
Maria Garcia gave a speech on the meaning
and origins of Mardi Gras which was then trans
lated into English by Cenira Lopez.
Next, the Spanish Club comparsa performed a
very spirited number and were joined by some of
the members of the court. Waving sparklers
amidst a colorful shower of confetti, their perfor
mance drew to a close by drawing members of
the public out to dance with them.
In this manner, the festivities were continued,
and all the work that was put into the occasion
proved to be more than successful as the night
was danced away in festive glee.
Watch it, you might burn me! Frank Westgate and Vanessa
Uhorchack dance to the Chorrerana.
Ready to relax, After the hard work Mr. Vaz watches t ne
very successful Carnavalito with Mr. Figueroa
Left to right: (girls) Miggy Castro, Roger Dems, Carol i
Hinkle, Ivan Rodriguez-Mesa, Aiix Puech, Carlos Quinte o,
Melissa Royo, Mayra Nieves, Scott Leffler, Cathy Rig
Vanessa Uhorchak, Frank Westaee.
El Punto, Queen Melissa Royo dances with escort Dwight
McKabney during their solo.
Sparkle and glitter, Trinity Martinez stops to admire the
Carnavalito banner
My head feels heavy! Alix Puech gets her tresses dressed
before show time.
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The Kodak moment. Thats what youre
searching for when you take that picture of
your best friend in the shower. Or at that
party where you catch an amorous two kiss
ing in the closet. Or maybe it is when your
entire sixth period chemistry class goes out
with their cars to run over those tortuous clay
models Mr. Thale inflicts upon you.
What do you do with all those candids? You
tape them inside your locker, you stick them
into the frame of your dresser mirror, or you
keep them cluttered in that special box in
your closet. The really ambitious, however,
keep their memories neatly filed away in a
big, dusty, old-fashioned scrapbook where the
sticky tabs on the pictures that keep them in
place start falling off.
As a tribute to those of you who never
throw anything away, and to those who run
around capturing memories on film, we pre
sent the BHS scrapbook.
Now hear this! When Ramon da Pena
talks, everybody listens.
Plaque attack! Tim Johnson gets initiated into the ways of
the world here at BHS.
Bite your tongue! Juan Castrellon tries his hand at art and
finds out it isn't as easy as he said it would be.
Sweet temptation.Mi-
chela Hattox enjoys a
quick snack.
Is this far enough? questions Phaedra Ave-Lallemant as
she prepares for track practice.
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You're mad! Everett Grundon refuses to believe
that he's been voted Time Magazine's Man of the
Year.
The Bridge of the Americas
Suicide Squad! Hosea Dixon and Grady Hale try to stop
Warren Mobly from jumping to an untimely death.


Are you sure that s edible? hiran Chugani stares at
a pile of mystery meat at the French Club picnic.
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT? ROBERT GAYLORD
POSES A QUESTIONING GLANCE.
WHATS IT TO YOU? SHANNON LORD
LEADS THE CAREFREE LIFE
Really, really, really? Erin
Hatchett gleefully exclaims.
Run that line by me again. Rosalina Nixon isn t quite sure she
heard right the first time.
SERIOUS THOUGHTS. TIME OUT WHILE
MICHELLE BAKER PONDERS OVER THE
TRUE MEANING OF LIFE
0 my gosh! Jeremiah Krage redefines the terms
tred silly, "scared stiff," and "scared out of his wits
l it once.
WELL, HAVENT YOU EVER WONDERED WHAT IT
LOOKS LIKE IN HERE? LAUREN SCHULMAN ON A BATH
ROOM BREAK
GENTLEMEN, START YOUR ENGINES. SITTING IN HIS
NEW HOT ROD, CARLOS FEBUS DREAMS OF THE GLORY
TO COME.
' oogie, woogie. Daniel Bright expresses heartfelt
'otions with his vote of definite approval






The skys the limit. Aileen Jenkins reaches for the gold as
she does pull-ups.
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Skip to It' Shelley Johnson finds herself doing "Double
Dutch" years after she thought she'd given it up for good
Look at that! Just look at that! Wendy Lawson makes a
discovery at track practice.
Travelling incognito. Judy McConnell accompanies Ali
Vowell to the parking lot.
Who is this? Even the masterful yearbook detectives cc M
not identify this grotesque werewolf.
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Heat In Motion
SPORTS
What are you doing?
What does it look like Im doing?
With a tennis racket under one arm, an empty can of tennis balls at your feet, a
deflated basketball, a baseball glove that looks like it hit the dust long ago, a broken
baseball bat, three dirty volleyballs, and HALF a soccer ball you look ridiculous!
I do not!
With a pair of swimming trunks on your head you do! What do you think youre doing?
Im getting ready to letter in every varsity sport at Balboa High School this year
You look like youre getting ready to leave for the funny farm! Youre nuts!
Hey, Im just a wild and crazy kind of guy ...
Smart thinking. Before basketball prac
tice, Amy Longacre wisely stretches out.
Most sports participants chose to stretch
to avoid injury.
In the air. Troy Lloyd leans back as he
performs a back flip at swim practice
which was held at the Balboa Pool.


Too late. Cougar Ritto Ballesteros fails to stop Bulldog Tome
Myles from scoring two points. Basketball games brought a large
turnout of spectators.
Are you ready? Red Machine Quarterback Chris Hovan hopes
his teammate is prepared to catch the ball and run for six points


Down, set, Red Machine needs 20 yards
to score as the apprehensive Bulldogs are
ready to confront a stop them before they
reach the goal line.
What a hole! Bulldog Jerome Price cuts up
through a hole opened for him by his effi
cient offensive line. Leading the block is
Casey Morris.
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FOOTBALL 91
Football always attracts the lar
gest number of fans throughout
the whole year. Every football sea
son commences with the main
event, which is the Jamboree. Par
ents, students, and faculty travel
to Cristobal to boost their favorite
teams. This year, Cougars reigned
as Jamboree champions for the
second year in a row and succeed
ed to go undefeated the entire sea
son, led by an agile offense and a
most powerful defense. Green Dev
ils, who tied for second with Bull
dogs, showed great talent and lots
of speed. Bulldogs underwent a
major loss at the beginning of the
season when their quarterback
suffered a shoulder injury. Red
Machine, as expected, had the lar
gest fan turnout. The season ended
with the Cougars winning Home
coming for the third consecutive
year. We will all be waiting to see
if Cougars will retire the Jamboree
trophy next year by winning three
years in a row.
Piggy back ride? A Bulldog running back
carries a load of Green Devils as he strains
to gain a few yards.


Catch me if you can Alfredo Richards looks downfield in
the hopes of scoring six points for his team.
Just a little late Steve. Cougar, Steve Conway in a futile
attempt to batter a Green Devil pass.
Caugara ('straw, R. Wolfe V Camacho, M Renfro. N. Nieves, K Wilder, K. Stames, I). Kaslhum. L Ellersnn (2nd rnwl A
Brandenburg, R. Slymanaki, .1 Jemnu.lt, M Trembay, K Waller, C. Hlival. B, Shaha, It Reyes, J Hanna It Chang R (lama H
IT- J n iD'lHl¡G'"r,',H Santos, L. Vn Hallen, S, Donnelly, J San R Salazar, ( Fishbough C Rstewr
J. Saurn, A Dunn.A. Buval. (4th row) (. Bensen, B, Rowley, J la,pez, K Arnold, I. Cairo, M Morgan B Smith W Huff C
^h Bale* ' r,W| C,a';h 11 W'. 1 RoBrguez-Mesa, ,1 Shaba, Coach (kade
Cougars
8-0
Green Devils
5-3
Bulldogs
5-3
Red Machine
1-1
Touchdown! Red Machine's H.H. Twohy celebrates as he s< <'
six points.
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Green Devils. (1st row) H. Reasonover, A Leeb, E. Knudson, E, Betts, N. Piper, D. Robinson, T. Decerega, M. Buchanan, H
Cabrera, L. Gibson, J. Staha. (2nd row) J. Szymanski, J. Ortiz, R. Colon, M. Wing, A. Gonzalez, J. Wilson, M Dreckman, J
Gonzalez, C. Cook, Q. Underwood, T. Cooksey, T. Norton. (3rd row) Coach Husted, L. Ibicki, L, Oranda, J, Williford, J. Vega. M
Watanabe, I. Rivera, K, Steil, M. Banasick, B. Wood, T. Qiunn, W. Pole, A. Richards, R. Meyers, Coach Sweeney, A. Vowell, M
Kuo.
Red Machine. (1st row) D. Thompson, R. Gomez, G. Hale, D. Foster, J. Olivares, S. Fitzgerald, J Thompson, B, Isbell. R.
McConaughey, B. Archibald, R. Abrego, V. Esposito, (2nd row) H.B. Twhohy, M. Bleichwehl, C. Corrigan, J Hildreth. R- Sirias.
A. Krapfl, C. Graham, L. Oakley, M, Charles, R. George, J. Oakley, R. Azcarate, (3rd row) K. Barnes, A. Bowler, P Penalver, J
Lloyd, J. Hanning, C. Hovan, P. Pratt, F. Ender, H. Dixon, R. Pinzn, W. George, I, Icaza, E. Perez, Coach Dahlstrom.
Bulldogs. (1st row) N. Watkins, J. Hunt, H. Roscoc, A. keoughan. M Seppy.C. Hinkle (2nd row) D. Strong, K. Diaz.C Morris. A
Stirling, E. Holland, J. Beattie, T Ellis, A Charris, (3rd row) Coach Ellis, Coach Martinez. B Hardsaw. A Abrego. C. Berman. J
Zornes, R. Nieves, S Kupec, J. Price. B Hardsaw. Coach Rye. Coach Williams. Coach Weade. (4th row) P Lopez. B Swenty. T
Kohayashi, .1 Kirksey, 0. Batista. C.J. Howard, R Donoho, T Johnson, (th row) K Hunt. \ Matheney. J Zornes. S Betrisey.
P. Aineglio, W Gonzalez. A. Shie, L. Briem, (tith row) S Tweed. B Lugo, .1 Novotny. T Mitcham. L. Guerrero. R Morris
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CHEERLEADING-HARDER THAN IT SEEMS
The 1991-92 varsity cheerleaders
showed that it takes more than just
great spirit and a smile to get an
enthusiastic response from the
crowd. They dedicated many tough
hours to practice so they could put
on an exhilarating performance. At
the Jamboree Pep Rally, the cheer
leaders performed eye-catching rou
tines that proved their diligence
really paid off. Red Machine and
Green Devils joined forces to put to
gether a routine which was per
formed at the Turkey Bowl. Once
again the cheerleaders spirit played
a vital role in a successful football
season.
Taking it to the Top. Red Machine Cheer
leaders show great form and ability by doing
a challenging pyramid
Red Machine, (left to right) R. Sangsland, C. Thompson, T. Kemp, J. Engelke, R. Berger, V. Hopkins, K. Goodwin (Captain), K. Twohy (captain).
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Flying High. Cougar Cheerleaders Leslie El-
* lerson and Raquel Wolf demonstrate their
j strength by performing high Russians.
A different view. Cheerleaders Allison uf(
and Jill Roscoe use their muscle power >
flip a fellow teammate.
Shakin It. Dinah Eastham dances to the beat
while the crowd watches on.
Cougars, (top) K. Wilder (2nd row) N. Nieves, D. Eastham, R. Wolf, (splits) L. Ellerson, I.
M. Renfro. (3rd row) I. Starnes, Camacho.
Green Devils, (top) S. Oakley, M Pearce, P J. Thompson, C. Maduro, M Samuels, S. Ji-
Ave-Lallement (co-captain), T. Nelson, (hot- cha (co-captain).
tom)
Bulldogs, (left to right) C. Hinkle (captain), J Roscoe (co-captain), A. Huff, N, Watkins, J Hunt, A. Keoughan, M Seppy.
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GIRLS BASKETBALL-BLAZING DOWN THE COURTS
Bulldogs, (kneeling) M. Cobham, J. Hauser, N. Robinson, I. Dargan, (standing) Coach Oliver, L. Jones, S. Beattie, L. Cooper, M. 1 have a question. "Do you think youre going to get that bal
Ascano, A. Howard. by me? Noni Robinson questions Joy Hauser.
IhI %
Cougars, (kneeling) T. Norton, J. Hauser, M. Rojas, A. Pratt, J. Penkoske, (standing) Coach Moffit, M. Versailles, A. Davis, J
Cross your fingers. Saray Dunn hopes for success as she shoots Psey: C. Bertao, M. Bryant, K. Honeycutt, J. Ernest,
for the basket.
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itay out of my way! Ann Wagner looks for an open team-
nate to throw the ball to.
Green Devils, (kneeling) C. Bryant, S. Dawkins, M. Womble, J. Hauser, G. Hattabaugh, H. Clary, V. Chatman, (standing),
Coach Stromberg, A. Tippins, A. Earnest, K. Stromberg, T. Gilbert, A. Puech, S. Dunn.
Red Machine, (kneeling) T. Herrera, L. Rojas. M King, Y. Colon, (standing) A. Wagner, T. Hall, D. Squire, A. Longacre, A.
Gundin.
Going up strong Bulldog's Laurie Jones breaks away and at
tempts what looks like an easy layup.
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BOYS BASKETBALL
Bulldogs, (kneeling) K. Devine, P. Johnson, E. Dawkins, J. Canjura, T. Myles, J. Husband, B. Hardsaw, J. Shaha,
(standing) Coach Quinn, S. Dawkins, A. Abrego, J. Benjamin, E. Jones, A. Bowler, D. Stader, C. Evans.
Cougars, (back row) H. Davis, A Feliu, J. Thompson, Coach Reyes, W. Amedee, M. Herrera, D. Ballesteros, C. Ward,
(front row) L. Cooper, J Price, V. Duncan, L. Von Hollen, W. Chatman, F. Adams, R. Valdez-Hernandez, G. Barber, J.
Peterson.
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had Callahan breaks away from his opponents and prepares
[imself for what looks like an easy dunk.
Green
Devils
Cougars
Bulldogs
Red
Machine
8-0
6-2
4-4
2-6
Total Rejection. Tony Herrera, being flushed back as David Stader
leaps forward.
Green Devils, (standing) J. Jemott, W. George, J. Zornes, H. Singh, C. Callahan, E. Herrera, B Wood, H. Singh, R
Mokillo, Coach Moffitt. (kneeling) L. Cairo, R. George, M. Torres, S. Scott.
Red Machine, (standing) R. Morris, V. Chen, T. Cooksey, Coach Chen, \ Dauenhauser. F. Hill. M. Vaughn. T Johnson.
C. Ottley, C. Barter, K. Steil, 0. Batista, N. Robinson, Coach Morris, (kneeling) H Nicholls. P. Beard, T Cannida, C. King.
M. Banks, M. Austin.
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GIRLS SOCCER
Bulldogs
Cougars
Black
Cougars
Gold
Green
Devils
Red
Machine
W-3
W-3
W-5
W-5
W-0
L-2
L-4
L-3
L-4
L-7
T-4
T-3
T-2
T-l
T-3
Bulldogs, (standing) Coach Weade, C. Welch, J. Penkoske, V. Colteryahn, K. Cowes, B. Kemp,
(kneeling) K. Kemp, A. Cedeno, A. Wagner, .1 McGuinness, D. Sprague, T. Kemp.
I've got it! Addy Kinghorn lunges herself to You better get this! As she throws to a team
one side in an attempt to block an opponent's mate, Anabel Gundin hopes the opposing
s^ot' team won't intercept her impeccable throw-
Cougars Black, (standing) C. Hinkle, T Hall, J Diaz, L. McGuinness, B Walsh, N. Blanc, C
A v*s. G Morales, (kneeling) K. Morrissey, M Estrada, A. Gundin, A. Strong, I* Monoghan .1
Diaz, K. Stadler.
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Rnrom IQ M wv' v ottiiunez, a. viaaurri, A. sne
Burton, L Saw. J. Ct.UB.-h, T Norton, S Oakley, W. Winklen, Coach Rico, Coach C
(kneeling) h. Allen, A Buval, M. Baker, M. Norton, J Hauser.
* i Devils, (standing) Coach Nimhlett, J. Sanchez, C. Bourheau, A. Wall, It But tin, C. Bertao,
s yatt, K. Wilder, Coach Stromberg, (kneeling) L. Lincoln, M. Womble, L. Rojas, J. Hauser, D.
I Gr iies.
Red Machine, (standing) Coach O'Brien, M. Parker, M. Cantu. .1 Pownall. V Heinichen. \
Kinghorn, M Cantu. .1 Ernest, A. Ernest, (kneeling) N. Nieves, ,1. Hauser. \ Ruiz. K Jones. H
Tremblay. J Pownall. A Holly
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Boys Tennis
SPENDING TIME
ON THE COURTS
Focused. Michael Robison gets ready to Giving it his best shot, Walter Fernandez
"slice" the ball into pieces. delivers a forehand winner.
Bulldogs, (back row) D. Kan, C. Sierra, J Naum, S. McGuinness, G. Higgins, Coach Bales, (front Cougars. Coach Schulte, W. Fernandez, L. Llach, B. Peterson, J. Cedeno, R. Samson,
row) J. Henriquez, J. Castaneds, P. Norman.
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1 gotcha now Jose Castaneda prepares to seriously abuse a
defenseless little tennis ball as he plays' Bulldogs number one
player.
Bulldogs
6-4
Cougars
4-6
Green Devils
4-6
Red Machine
7-3
Green Devils, (back row) M. Robison, M. Dreekman, S. Wood, C. Marotta, M. Charles, (front
row) A. Diaz, A. De La Guardia, R. McGuinness, H. McFarland, D. Bailey, A. Jacobwitz.
Red Machine, (back row) Coach Dahlstrom, J. Castaneda, B. Swenty. C. Corrigan. R. Pinzn, M.
Pearce, C. Quintero, E. Gifford, (front row) G Wilderman, E. Watson, R. Sweeney,.! Panvini. M.
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BUS Track
Catch me Im falling. Kevin Keiser practices
his pole-vault at track practice. This was a
very popular event.
IN THE FAST LANE
Learning to fly. Joe Shaha exerts himself as Piece of cake. Alison Howard clears some
he tries to surpass his opponent's long jump serious height as she soars over the high
measurement. jump bar.
Determination. Rachel Berger strains to put
her team in a good position with a strong shot
put performance
Up and over. Troy Lloyd demonstrates that
he can easily surpass his opponents height on
the pole-vault.
BHS Track Team, (top row) S Berrios, T. Kobayushi, K. Butler, (holloin row) It Sangslaml, .1 Olivares. I
Law, A. Feliu
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GIRLS TENNIS
LOVE-WHO NEEDS IT
Bulldogs, (standing) Coach Schulte, C. Bourbeau, J. Ernest, H Maxwell, A. Vidaurri, M. Fulton,
M Bleichwehl, (kneeling) L McGuinness, J, Engelke, C. Thompson, A. Liehr.
Cougars, (standing) J. Morales, L. Gibbs, Y. Nakagawa, B. Ritchie, N. Nassiff, (kneelin
Coach Stroup, S, Livingston, R. Sangsland.
'reen Devils, (standing) D. Grajales, M. Diaz, C. Quintero, C. Numata, Coach Tucker, A.
latheney, J. Staha, M. Samuels, (kneeling) C. Bates, C. Herrera, J Cruze, M. Dabson, L.
Davis.
Red Machine, (back row) T. Llach, M. Kuo, Coach Stromberg, B. Kemp, (front row) J.
Thompson, C. Lively, M. Hart, L. Rojas, E. Gifford, S. Golembiewski.
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Baseball
BASES LOADED
You're out. Chris Hovan, gets ready to tag Look what you stepped in! Walter Amedee
Danny Bright out at first base. delivers a fast ball to strike out the batter.
Bulldogs, (kneeling) R Watanabe, J Oakley, L. Oakley, A. Staton, R George, S. Laurie, 0 Tara,
(standing) A Krapfl, L Lawrence, S. Oakley, M. Robison, J Wendenjeke, K Reiser, E
Wendenjeke, K Arnold, R. Morris, A. Gutierrez, E. Sanchez, T Hardsaw
Cougars, (kneeling) Y. Ruiz, C Lampas, S. Scott, F. Westgate,. Schulman, (standing) 0. Batis
A Abrego, B. Shaha, B Smith, W. Amedee, P. Lincoln, J. Smith, S. Wheeler, C. Febus, D. Brig
H Singh, R. Martinez, Coach Fenderick.
reen Devils, (kneeling) R. Mokillo, L. Maddox, D. Bilgray, D. Strong, E. Ortiz, B. Wheeler, J
'Orio, S. Fitzgerald, M. Watanabe, (standing) A. Vowell, C. Brayton, C. Riley, E. Herrera, C.
shbough, R. George, M. Dreckman, E. Holland, K. Barnes, C. Buval, F. Ender, Coach Moffitt.
Red Machine, (kneeling) T Murata, H Rivera, M. Simmons, J Olivares, J Miller, T. Mitchel, E.
Howell, G. Foster, (standing) Coach Grade, W. George, Q. Underwood, L. Salazar, H Singh, J
Jemmott, K. Drozd, B. Hardsaw, C. Hovan, Coach Dahlstrom.
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Swim Team: (1st row) T Kemp, M Petrucci, V. Stern, E. Pineda (2nd row) L Sponberg, B Kemp, K. Sears, N. Henderson, B
Harris, (3rd row) C. Coffey, T Johnson, T Johnson, S. Berrios, J. Rillamas, G. Higgins, (4th row) Coach Beech, M. Kelly, J
Ascano, D. Bailey, T. Beiker, J Krage, (6th row) A Puech, A. Heinichen, R Petersen, T Lloyd, Coach Sweeney
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BHS Swim Team
INSTANT-JUST ADD WATER
Breathe. After several breathless strokes, Tony Bieker Near miss. As he practices his butterfly stroke, Jeremiah
comes up for some air as he swims breastroke at one of the Krage comes extremely close to colliding with one of his
many practices. teammates.
Perfect ten. Eyda Pineda displays splendid figure and style Air spin. In hopes of obtaining a high score at the next meet,
as she completes what deceivingly looks like an easy back- Tim Johnson practices an immaculate double flip,
dive.


WRAPPING IT UP...
Bulldogs are #1. The Bulldog mascot takes a small break to
Deuce. Rachel Sangsland approaches the net to volley her share his views on which football team is the best. Although
opponent s weak shot. the Bulldogs did not win the season, they had a very tough
and agile team.
Lets go girls! As the referee oversees the play, Nayda
Nieves and Karen Kemp race after the ball with the desire of
taking control of it.
Why me? Quarterback James Beattie looks
on as he watches his Bulldog teammates
practice. James suffered a collar bone in
jury in the beginning of the season, there
fore, he was unable to play most of the
season.
Dominion. In a hurry to score two points
for his team, Jonathan Benjamin struggles
to keep the ball under control.
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This is so boring Chelsea Coffey practices her back- Corner kick! Lisa Rojas hopes that she'll be able to center
stroke with the desire of doing well at her next swim meet. the ball accurately to one of her teammates.
Kick-off! Mike Bleichwehl puts all of his weight into the ball Make it safe! Craig Fishbough hurries on down to first base,
in order to get an accurate kick. trying to get there before the ball does.


Sparking Interests
CLUBS
"So what clubs are you joining this year?"
Club? Why would I want to join a club?
"How could you not join a club? What would you do in your free time?"
Catch up on my sleep.
"Oh come on, you'll miss out on all the fun. do you want to be a couch potato?"
Whats so great about clubs anyways? They just have a lot of boring meetings
you have to go to.
"No way! Clubs are a great way to meet people who have the same interests as
you. They always have exciting things to do such as picnics, pool parties, hikes,
and trips around Panama. Some clubs even help out other people. For example,
NHS does charity projects in the Panamanian community, and SADD gives out red
ribbons and dimes for prom night. Plus, there are always clubs selling pizzas in the
breezeway."
I guess youre right. Maybe there is a club out there for me to join. But wait,
do you think theyll let me sleep in the meetings?
"Oh forget it, you're hopeless."
Working hard on Ecology Club recycling boxes, Cindy Bryant and Afsheen
Siddiqi make sure every detail is perfect. Encouraging recycling was one of the
club's main goals. They placed many bins for paper and for cans all around the
school.
Nature's wonders. On a BHS trip to Isla Grande to study marine biology, Jenny
Navarro examines a sea urchin. The club encouraged its members to leave plant
and animal life as they found it so as not to destroy the ecosystem
Mirror, Mirror. Portraying the wicked queen in Snow White, Nicole Blanc peers
into her magical mirror to ask if she is the fairest in all the land. Nicole also took
part in an exciting chase scene which was a major highlight of the play
Maybe I should buy one. Gazing at the assortment of candies and junk food,
Scott Leffler helps raise money for the Close-Up trip to Washington D.C. After
the club raised enough money, the store was turned over to the Senior Class.


OOH, LA-LA!
The French Club Keeps Its Members Busy With
Cultural Activities.
Struttin her stuff, model Angie Hernandez
walks across the stage while Saray Dunn
poses. The models practiced for approximate
ly 2 months before the Fashion Show.
Future goal? Not! Lorena Milanes helps wash
cars at the French Club Car Wash. Fund rais
ers were necessary for activities, such as
Fashion Show and Mardi Gras Carnival
Band: (1st row) E. Smith (2nd row) C. Helm, A. Mitchell, J. Krage, J. Jordan, P. Squire,
J. Hung, V. Sakai (3rd row) T. Castro, J. Ellington, J Tafe, D. Fisher (4th row) C. Pai, J.
Montalvo, S. Doughty, R. Singh, E. Butler, J, Chaky
Biological Honor Society: (1st row) S. Betrisey, A. Liehr, L Sponberg, K. Reiser (2nd row) K. Eckerle,
C. Helm, J. Krage, D. McConaughy, R. Berger, J. Navarro, M. Lewis, B. Spurlin (3rd row) E. Paredes, C.
Eckerle, M. Rivera, T. Morrissey, M. Nieves, B Ritchie, M. Quezada, K. Goodwin, K Toppin, S. West, A.
Flagg (4th row) M. Robertson, R. Petersen, N. Unger, A. Heinichen, R. da Pena, Y. Muse, A. Keeling, B.
Villamil, K. Chugani, C. Carbonell, M. Royo (5th row) L. Lou, D. Fisher, A. Puech, B. Kemp, C. Quintero,
E. Pineda, J. Lavallee, Y. Wilde, C. Mills, K. Haeusser, K. Gomez (6th row) D. Seitz, M. Seitz, A. Siddiqu,
S. Wood, E. Howell


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Freeze-frame. Desiree Squire and Ed Daw- Bon Appetit. Ting Kai Lin enjoys his dinner
kins strike a pose during one of the practices at the Rincon Suisse with other members of
of the French Club's Fashion Show. the French Club.
BHS New Members: (1st row) L. Schulman, S. Honeycutt, E. Starnes, K. Sears, C Fishbnugh, R.
Stanchfield, A. Siddiqi, B. Shaha (2nd row) J Roscoe, L. Gibson, S. Leffler, R. Hanson, M
Pearce, R. Blades, 1. Chow-Kai, C. Hinkle, E. Scribner (ilrd row) T Bieker, T. Norton, A Howard,
Y. Park, L. Ellerson (4th row) M. Charles, E. Grundon, C. Lam, J. Castaneda, C. Sierra, VI
Petrucci.
Business Club: (1st row) A. Bowler, K. Sanchez, C. Martinez. M. Garcia, M. Maddox, (2nd row )
B. Villamil, M. Ruiz, L. Lou, R. Nixon, Y l'horchak, K. Chugani, G. Morales, (drd row i T Castro.
C. Diez, Y. Olton, I. Camacho, M Nicholls, K Lee


Choras (Mixed): (first row) A. Rivera, M. Webb, A. Hernandez, M Hattox, V. Hernandez
(second row) E. Downs, J. Young, T. Llach, B. Kirkland, L. Welch (third row) A. Brandenburg,
K. Sanchez, C. Bourbeau, E. Garriga, V. Valdez, T. Morrissey, R Gaylord, (fourth row) C. Kelly,
L. Martinez, A. Keeling, R. Dems (fifth row) M. Guice, A. Puech, D. Kelly, C. Castillo, N.
Traywick, D. Takahashi, J. Gibbs.
SNOW IN PANAMA
Hear ye, Hear ye! As the ladies in waiting on,
Curtain Call. This year s production of "Snow Fletcher Hirom as Sir Dandipratt, announces
White and The Seven Dwarfs starred Katie the arrival of Prince Charming. Fletchers
Sears as Snow White and Jeff Caughie as foppish characterization of the Court Cham-
Prince Charming. berlain was met with much enthusiasm from
the audience.
Chorus (Select): (first row) Y. Nakagawa, J. Fonken, N. Unger, T, Rand, K. Toppin K. Eckerle
(second row) V. Chen, M. Cooper, E. Stadler, E. Hatchett, A. Velasquez, V. Hernandez, N.
Henderson, R. Petersen, D. Yanez (third row) M. Royo, D. Marquardt, M. Propst, A. Marrero
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Out with a bang. With a bewitching rhyme,
Nicole Blanc as Queen Brangomar, calls
fourth Witch Hex, played by Naomi Unger.
Together this duo enchanted the audience
with their constant bickering and exciting
chase scene.
Dead for the Count.,The Queen, transformed
into an old hag, now played by Erin Hatchett,
awaits the effect of the poison apple given to
Snow White.
'lose lip: (first row) A. Wall, S. Wood, N. Unger, (second row) K. Keiser, L. Sponberg, A.
Inward, R. Sosa (sponsor) S. Leffler, B. Ritchie
Computer Club: (first row) R. Samson, R Peterson, N. Henderson, C. Rigby, A. Liehr. A Siddiqi.
(second row) B. Balzar, T. Toki, M. Rivera, R. Luttrell, C. Carbonell, Y. Park (third row) C.
Obert, J Caughie, C. Lee, J. Howell, S. Wood, B. Kemp, Y. Sasagawa, J. Hernandez, P. Baca
(sponsor)
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KEEPING TIME
And Keeping Our Feet Tapping
This years BHS Band has certainly
been busy. Concerts, sport events, and
other activities kept the band playing
hard. They entertained fans during BHS
home football games, and kept shoppers
happily humming Christmas carols at
the Valent Christmas Village. In honor
of the 200 year anniversary of the death
of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the band
played songs written by the Austrian
composer at the Christmas Concert. The
band also spent many hours preparing
for the Honor Band/Honor Chorus Con
cert at the end of February. All their
dedication was appreciated for keeping
the spirit of music alive.
Ratta-tattatt. Drumming away, Desiree
Squire leads the band during an upbeat song.
Ill huff and Ill puff and bring the house
down. Rebecca Petersen entertains goers at
a BHS football game.
Dance Team: (1st row) N. Robinson, E. Pineda (2nd row) T. Cannida, E. Dawkins (:ird row) D
Squire, R. Davis, R ward.
Drama Club: (1st row) K. Shadeck, N. Unger, S. Honeycutt, A. Rossan, (2nd row) G Pierce,
K. Chugani, K. Sears, N. Blanc, N. Traywick, E. Hatchett, J Ullrich, M. Hattox, M. Tassell, R.
Berger, (3rd row) S. Cowes, T. Rand, J. Gale, S. Berrios, J Krage, A Mitchell, N. Henderson,
M. Jacobowitz, Y. Wilde, A. Wall, R. Hanson, (4th) M. Nevarez, J. Scruggs, J. Caughie, A.
Kinghorn, S. Unger, V. Hernandez, C. Modelo, C. Coffey, Unknown, R. Luttrell, (th) S
Ueffler, E. Grundon, C. Poveda, L. Sponberg, E. Paredes, M. Worcester, 0. Gifford, T. I.oyd, F.
Hirom, S. Betrisey, J. Krage.
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Thespians: (1st row) A. Rossan, K. Shadeck, N. Unger, S. Honeycutt (2nd row) M. Ja-
cobowitz, K. Chugani, K. Sears, N. Blaqp, E. Hatchett, G. Pierce (3rd row) T. Rand, S. Cowes,
R. Hanson, F. Hirom, N. Henderson, A. Wall, Y. Wilde (4th row) J. Krage, L. Sponberg, T.
Lloyd, R. Luttrell, R. Berger, S. Betrisey.
Ecology Club: (1st row) E. Blagg, J. Young, A. Wagner, R. Montgomery, J Hunt, A Huff, A.
Siddiqi, J. Hauser, A. Keeling (2nd row) K. Eckerle, L. Sponberg, N. Unger, S. Kuhn, D. Fisher, C.
Eckerle, R. Hanson, J. Ullrich, M. Quezada, F. Navarro, M. Lewis, B. Mcdonald, P. Baca (3rd
row) C. Helm, J. Scruggs, P. Alaniz, K. Chugani, T. Johnson, J Howell, C. Smith, F Westgate, A.
Wall, N. Navarro, A. Siddiqi, A. Liehr (4th row) K. Gomez, E. Paredes, J. Krage, D. Strader, E.
Schnack, C. Morris, J. Lavalee, N. Henderson, D. Keays, E Howell, S. Wood, S. Fitzgerald, T.
Rand, K. Reiser, C. Modelo, D. Takahashi, J. Krage, A. Meyers, M. Jacobowitz.
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Preserving Our Planet
Save the Earth. Ecology Club members cut and
paste recycle boxes for the new paper recycling
program.
Toss it here. Aluminum cans get recycled for the
Ecology Club to make money and help protect the
environment.
French Club: (1st row) A. Heinichen, D. Grajales, V. Uhorchak, 1. Chow-Kai, R. Malave, M. Garcis, (2nd
row) G. Pierce, J. Cain, E. Pineda (3rd row) J. Gale, N. Profis, K. Sears, L. Milanes, C. Fulsom, J.
Olivares, C. Gale, C. Lam, I. Merkel (4th row) A. Mitchell, B. Villamil, R. da Pena, A. Gundin, T. Johnson,
J. Palacio, J. Bodkin, S. Daily (5th row) C. Guerra, H. Fulsom, J. Staha, H. Ollendick, M. Kuo, T. Lin, W.
Wing.
National Honor Society: (1st row) M. Royo, C. Helm, C. Lopez, E. Howell, C. Eckerle, K.
Eckerle, R. Berger, K. Chugani (2nd row) A. Rossan, Y. Wilde, B. Ritchie, S. Fitzgerald, S.
Wood, Y. Muse, A. Liehr (3rd row) D. Fisher, K. Reiser, L. Sponberg, E. Paredes, R.
Petersen, N. Unger, L. Legere, K. Gomez, S. Betrisey, M. Robertson.
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Parakeet: (1st row) B. Meyers, L. Milanes, G. Pierce, J, Tejada, K. Chugani (2nd row) A.
Mitchell, D. McKabney, S. Kuhn, K. Toppin, M. Rivera.
Peer Helpers: (1st row) D. Grajales, J. Severson (2nd row) A Mitchell. M Kuo. S. Wells. S.
Berrios (3rd row) B. Barns, C. Coffey, M Kelly, L. Legere, V Morrison, C. Hinkle.
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ACHIEVING SUCCESS
JROTC Prepares For The Future
Drill Team: (1st row) I. Hale (2nd row) A. Aird, C. Cobham (3rd row) T. Thomas, D. White, G.
Garrido, V. Hernandez.
Rifle Team: (1st row) E. Chong, S. Estupinian (2nd row) M. Webb, C. Lee, D. Srague.

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Alpha Company: (1st row) S. Hoeber, B. Santana, L. Welch, E. Cruz, V. Hernandez (2nd row) J.
Cain, E Barker, J. Hernandes, 1. Hale, P. Rivas, D. Shirely.
Bravo Company: (1st row) A. Borowicz (2nd row) A. Roach, N. Charleville, E. Smith, C. Estevez,
C. Lee, C. King (3rd row) C. Del Hoyo, R. Abrego, C. Gale, C. Rubik (4th row) D. Sprague, D.
Marquardt, A. Vassier (5th row) D. Roman, J. Thompson, A. Padilla, R. Rivera, R. Lopez.
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Salud! After the Christmas Sponsor Program
a party was held in the honor of the JROTC
participants.
Youve almost got her! At the JROTC Organi
zational Day, companies competed against
one another and Cristobal's JROTC.
Delta Company: (1st row) D. Robinson, S. Lord (2nd row) L Hutchinson, A. Frederick. S.
Santiago, M. Ruiz (3rd row) T. Thomas, J Gutierrez, A. Nunez, S. De Lora, J. Vergara, H Cooper
(4th row) A. Abrego, C. Castillo, A Aird, M Nissenbaum, J Joseph, W. Luttrell
Charlie Company: (1st row) M. Webb, J. Oakley (2nd row) J. Robinson, R. Carrera, D. Robinson,
1 Brassfield, K Pierre (3rd row) J. Brassfield, R Rivera, D. Brown, E. Grant, T Bennett.


OUTWARD BOUND
Biological Honor Society
After a long trek, BHS member, Yong Suk Park
takes a break to catch his breath and get a bite to
eat
Where did they all go? Graig Fish bough emerges
from under the waterfall to find his fellow BHS
members have left him stranded.
Look at that. While at the Cuna reserve, Nusagandi,
BHS members admire the rainforest. The reserve was
ideal for learning about Panama's flora and fauna.
Ladies and gentlemen, you are about to embark
upon an exciting adventure to the beautiful Isla
Grande. Please keep hands, feet, and small children
inside the boat.
Photography Club: (1st row) L. Schulman, S. Doheny, R da Pena, R. Samson, K. Chugani (2nd
row) B. Dugan, A. Mitchell, A. Alvarado, M. Rivera, A. Siddiqi, B. Meyers (3rd row) S. Berrios, L.
Milanes, B. Villamil, D McKabney, C. Rigby (4th row) D. Mills, B. Balzer, C. Lou, Mrs. White, R.
Long, C. Guerra, S. Doughty.
Spanish Club: (1st row) J Rillamas, R. Molina, S. Grecco, G. Pierce, J. Navarro, H. Ciar
Royo (2nd row) S. Cowes, T Llach, J. Schaw, C. Febus, A. Liehr (3rd row) D. McKabrn
Betrisey, A. Crowdis, C. Rigby, G Pinto, E. Howell, L. Milanes, C. Hinkle, F Westgat
Berrezueta (4th row) K. Pierre, C. Lou, I, Chang, Y Park, I. Rodriguez, A. Castro, L. Sponbe
Petersen, E. Paredes, D. Strong, S. Wood, K. Lee, A. Puech, A. Wagner, A. Sherry.
ish Honor Society: (1st row) J. Schaw, R. Molina, J. Navarro (2nd row) C. Quintero, A
qi, L. Milanes, K. Goodwin (3rd row) F. Figueroa, L. Sponberg, E. Paredes.
Students Against Drunk Driving: (1st row) M Tassell, G. Pinto, A Mitchell, R Nixon, S Wells.
L. Legere, J Navarro, S. Grecco (2nd row) A. Hernandez, B. Spurlin, L. Lou, M Quezada. M
Lewis, A. Wall, J. Gale (3rd row) S. Berrios, K. Meyer, M. Hattox, T. Castro, N. Navarro. A.
Hernandez, H. Clary, G. Morales, G. Pierce, Y Muse
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COMPUTER CLUB
Dealing With The Digital World
Program Computer Club;
USES CRT;
Begin
(Main Program)
VVriteln The Computer Club kept us well fed and well
Writeln loved. Every week a bake sale was held
Writeln before SURF. In February they provided
Writeln students with a list of prospective dates
Writeln just in time for Valentines Day. The money
Writeln raised was used to buy a new Gateway 2000
Writeln 20 MHZ 386SX computer.
End. Sandman. Helping make dreams come
(Main Program) true, Jarrod Kirksey, gives out results of the
Computer Club's Dating Service.
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YEARBOOK STAFF APPLICATION 1991-92
NAME: GRADE:
SEX: IQ: SHOE SIZE:
Have you been through this kind of torture before?.
If so, are you a glutton for punishment?
Are you afraid of killer picture croppers?
Do you realize we only have one yearbook ruler?
If you're aiming for a spot on the photography section, would
you mind working in a darkroom smaller than your car?
Do you know everyones name in order to identify pic
tures?
Do you like feet? Bellybuttons?
Can you work weekends?
Are you a chocoholic?
Are you allergic to the smell from the refrigerator?
Do you mind play-doh on the ceiling?
Do you collect empty M & M bags?
In short answer form, describe why you think you are crazy
enough for a position on the staff. You may use separate sheet
of paper if you wish. (250 words minimum.)
If at all interested, please tear along the dotted lines, fill it
out in triplicate, and return to room 202. If we're not there,
we're probably having a desk chair race up and down the halls.
Staple it to the door. We'll be back soon.
Exhausted. After a days work Jessie Staha,
Stephi Kuhn, and Yvetty Wilde compete in
the 1992 Zonian Staff chair race. We are
weird.
fbeat. Cathy Rigby's unusual ideas helped
e a colorful flavor to our yearbook. Her
eative writing skills also made her a valu
le asset.
orking together to get the job done. Co
itors Yvette Wilde and Carlos Quintero with
ivisor Melanie Bales kept the staff busy.
SPARKING MEMORIES
1992 Zonian StaffPrinting Pictures Of The Past
Yearbook: (1st Row) M. Kuo (Academics), J. Staha (Academics). (2nd Row ) S. Veno (Juniors), G. Valencia (Sophomores). (Mrd Row) C
Cowger (Juniors), C. Rigby (Student Life), G. Pinto (Student Life), J. Navarro (Sports). (4th Row) K. Toppin (Ads), D. Fisher (Clubs),
S. Berrios (Faculty), (5th Row) G. Pierce (Seniors), S. Kuhn (Clubs), J Gale (Sports) (6th Row ) M Bales (Sponsor), S Boozer
(Sophomores). (7th Row) R Samson (Photography), C. Quintero and Y Wilde (co-editors).
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Pose? NEVER! Yearbook photographer, Richard Samson, Pipers of Hamlin? No-BHS. Jennifer Tafe and Juanita
is caught on the other side of the camera. Jordan charm spectators with their music at a BHS football
game.
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A TOGETHER ATTITUDE
Moving up in the ranks. Sergeant Sanchez promotes Carl
Gale as others stand by. Getting promoted is a special honor
in JROTC.
Please wake up! Saddened by their loss, the creatures of the
forest and the dwarfts wish for Snow White to wake up.
Buy one get one free. Scott Wood and Bette Ritchie try to
get customers to buy their last hamburgers. Close Up sold
goodies at the Track Meets to raise money.


Mental Madness
ACADEMICS
Academics? Why would a yearbook want to do a section on something as boring as
academics?"
Well, Ill admit school isnt always loads of fun, but youve got to admit that some
things are actually pretty interesting.
"Oh, right! Like what? Taking notes?"
O.K. maybe not that, but what about field trips, or special projects? And dont
forget labs.
"Yeah, but our school doesnt do any of that stuff. Its all tests and homework."
Well, youve obviously never walked into the physics lab when they're working on
their egg drop, angle measuring, or rockets for their rocket launch. What about biology
or physiology labs? And You couldnt possibly have missed seeing the many biology
students who actually had to go birdwatching!
"I guess youre right. School isnt always quite so bad. Maybe I should come more often."
You know, that isnt a bad idea!
Flipping through a magazine, Donald Clarke makes the most of
his SURF time. Although some students disliked this program,
others appreciated the fact that they could read their favorite
book or magazine.
Do you see what I see? Peering through microscopes for a Physiology lab, Sha-
meeka West and Khitan de Vine draw tissue cells. Many students enjoyed Physiol
ogy because of the large amount of hands-on work.
Balancing act. Yutaka Sasagawa rides a bicycle as slowly as he can
without falling. He and other students did this as part of a physics
assignment to measure constant velocity.


A DROP TO
THE TOP
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty
had a great fall from the second floor breezeway,
right here at BHS. Mr. Thales Physics classes put
their eggs to the test. The purpose of this experi
ment was to learn a bit more about momentum.
Students were required to take an egg, place it in an
insulated container and drop it from the second
floor breezeway. The person to achieve the lightest,
fastest drop without breaking the egg got the best
grade. The winner? Theresa Rand.
A lot of creativity was put into padding the
containers. Peanut butter, styrofoam chips, gel,
mousse, and even marshmallows were used, strange
as it may seem. You cant say they werent effec
tive. Only 4 out of the 46 broke. Quite a successful
ending for Humpty Dumpty.
Its a miracle! Bette Richie is surprised to find that her egg
survived without a crack in the annual Physics Egg Drop.
"Egg-citement" is shown over the Egg Drop.
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How tall is the flag? Eric Paredes and Christine Helm use
only string, a protractor, and a ruler to find the measure
ments.
Did I get the A? Brian Dugan, Matt Dreckman, Trey Arias,
and Carlos Febus anxiously wait for Mr. Thale to declare
their final grades.
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i
Here are BHS students'
top ten
Stress Busters"
7. Go to the beach. Tanned and happy, Morris Rivera digs
through his carefully prepared knapsack after spending a
day at Taboga. Towels, sunglasses and snacks were just some
of the items students found necessary at the beach.
10. Have a good laugh. Kidding around with friends left a
very cheerful Rochell Blades almost gasping for breath
Laughing is definitely the best way to begin or end every da\
here at BHS.
9. Take it out on a friend. Taking this advice are Nicole Blanc
and Erin Hatchett. Many people agree that no matter how much
you love your friends, you sometimes want to strangle them.
8. Do a Strip Tease. Posing coquettishly, Alix Puech removes
one of her two bathing suits. Many swimmers chose to wear two
suits for practice to increase their drag in the water
6. Eat! Here, giving us a lovely demonstration of her lunch, is
Michelle Baker, who is most definitely relaxed. Showing ABC
(already been chewed) food was a favorite way to gross out
friends.
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5. Shout! Shout! Let it all out! Jenny Jones releases her
excess energy while pointing an accusing finger. Some
times yelling really loud is the only way to resist the
temptation of hitting someone.
2. When all else fails-POUT! After 12 years of heavy duty
schooling, Cherie Mumma has found that comfort is a
necessity after a hard day. Especially if it comes from a
special someone.
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4. Rock your way to Rock Cafe. Dont know what to do on the
weekend? Well, many people found going dancing till dawn
downtown was a great way to spend a Saturday night.
3. Skip! What are you skipping from? Robert Luttrell and Angi-
lee Wall couldn't possibly be skipping class could they? This
method of relieving stress sure seems to work.
1. Graduate! What all high school students strive for. Or course,
for many, the stress begins again in college, but it's nice to
know you're halfway there.
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RUSSIA
On August 19, 1991, a coup began
in the Soviet Union. An eight man
committee led by Vice-President
Gennady Yanayev took power from
President Mikhail S. Gorbachev.
Yanayev told the Russian people
that Gorbachev was ill. As Russian
President Boris Yeltsin called on
Russians to resist the coup, tanks
and other military gear moved into
Moscow.
President George Bush was joined
by the European community on au
gust 20, to demand Gorbachevs re
turn to power. Three of the leaders
of the new eight man ruling commit
tee were said to step down. The next
day, the leaders of the coup were
reported to have fled Moscow.
Tanks and armored personnel car
riers moved away from Russian Par
liament and leaders of the national
legislature demanded that Gorba
chev be returned to power. The Com
munist Party denounced the ta
keover. On August 22, Gorbachev re
turned to Moscow before dawn and
reassumed power.
Days later Gorbachev resigned
and turned power over to Yeltsin.
The Union of Soviet Socialist Repub
lics has now become the Common
wealth of Independent States.
This new government has begun
with an incredible poverty level. The
country continues to have economic
problems such as lack of food, jobs
and resources available to assist
those in need. After 47 years the
cold war has ended, but the abrupt
fall of the Soviet Union brings chaos
and confusion to a country searching
for renewed leadership.
Victory Demonstration at Red
Square
Anti-Coup Tanks Anti-Coup Gathering
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91 FLASHBACK
President Bush nominated Clarence
Thomas, a 43-year-old conservative Re
publican, to replace the retiring Justice
Thurgood Marshall on the Supreme
Court. Nearly three months later he
was confirmed by the U.S. Senate by a
vote of 52-48. But, it was a tumultuous
confirmation process. After a series of
public hearings, the Senate Judiciary
Committee split 7-7 on his nomination.
Just days before the full Senate was to
vote, some serious allegations of sexual
harassment were raised. Professor
Anita F. Hill, a 35-year old law profes
sor from the University of Oklahoma
and former assistant for Thomas at the
E.E.O.C., claimed she was the victim of
sexual harassment while the two
worked together about 10 years earlier.
The Senate committee reconvened and
heard about three days of riveting testi
mony from Thomas and Hill and a
group of supporters from both sides.
The full Senate then debated the issue
and voted to confirm the U.S. Appeals
court judge to the nations highest
court.
Magic Johnson, the famed Los Angeles Lakers basketball star, announced he was infected with the HIV
virus that causes AIDS. Johnson made his announcement to a stunned press conference in Los Angeles.
Michael Jordan flew through the air with the greatest of ease. The 28-year-old basketball star of the
Chicago Bulls lead his team to the N'BA championship in 1991. In this photo he drives up the lane for a
finger roll lay-up during a game with the Houston Rockets.
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The United States and its allies liberated Kuwait
after it was invaded by Saddam Hussein. Hus
sein's soldiers retreated from Kuwait, leaving the
country in shambles, but the Iraqi leader re
mained in power.
One of the many rallying points for international environmentalists was the Brazilian rain
forest. Thousands of square miles of forest were being cut down and environmentalists from
around the world petitioned governments, held rallies and led marches to stop the devasta
tion.
South African President F. W. de Klerk tried to move his country closer to the United States and
other western nations by loosening his tough stand on apartheid, a form of segregation.
After nearly seven years as a hostage, Terry Anderson was released on December 4. 1991.
Anderson spent 2,455 days as a hostage in Lebanon He was the longest held American
hostage. He is shown here arriving in Wiesbaden, Germany being greeted by his sister,
Peggy Say.


NATALIE COLE
BONNIE RAITT
Natalie Cole, the daughter of Nat
King Cole, thought so much of her
fathers talent that in her latest album,
-Unforgettable-, she remade 22 songs
that her father made famous. One of
the goals of the 40-year-old singer was
to be recognized for her own talent. She
has certainly accomplished that goal.
Country superstar Bonnie Raitt
swept to the top of the charts in early
September with her hit album -Luck of
the Draw-. Two songs that have hit the
charts so far are Something To Talk
About and I Cant Make You Love
Me.
He isnt a big guy, and he doesnt
have a big voice, just a light, floating
tenor. In an age of punk and heavy
metal, Paul Simon sings harmonically
and rhythmically rich melodies. The 49-
year-old Simon and a 7-piece band
drawn from five nations stepped on
stage in Central Park in New York City
for a concert.
As the school year began, Wilson
Phillips' album sold over a million
copies in no time. The children of the
famed Mamas and Papas first hit the
charts last spring. From what the crit
ics said, they were worth waiting for.
Their music is a sweet mixture of easy
rock with great harmony patterns.
Singer Amy Grant has sold over 10
million records worldwide. She proudly
displays five Grammys in her home.
She recently hit the charts with the
hugely successful album -Heart in Mo
tion-. Her biggest hit is the number one
song Baby Baby.
Guitarist Nuno Bettencourt of the
rock group Extreme designates Get
the Funk Out as the Boston quartet's
theme song. Why not? The song from
the bands second album -Extreme II- is
an irresistible blend of blazing guitars
and soaring four-part harmonies that
are mixed with everything from piano
to rap. Their first bit hit was More
Than Words.
PAUL SIMON
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WILSON PHILLIPS
AMY GRANT
EXTREME
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CZ O CD P t-RATlVE
BROADENING HORIZONS
Wanna try? Trei takes a break from his
computer to give a questioning glance.
Trei Cooke helped out at PCC Graphics
Branch.
Now I get it! As a monitor looks on, Na-
mor Lebrn gets instructions on how to
use the copy machine. He worked in the
CJHS office.
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Taking a break, Aaron Lewter and his co-
worker pose for a picture. Aaron worked
at the PCC Marine Bureau.
Graduation! CWK student James Hulick gives
helpful advice to Diablo student John Mon
louis. Both James and John will he 1992
DoPDS graduates!
Is he going to play with us?" asks a girl
as Chris Hovan holds the basketball Chris
lent a hand (or two) at CJHS.


SHINY HAPPY
PEOPLE
Its hot
"You noticed!"
Pool? Beach? Sprinklers?"
"Air-conditioning!"
Lets do something interesting.
"Like what? I want air conditioning."
How about a movie?
"Only if its air conditioned."
Get serious!
"I am serious!"
School starts in four days! We need to do something spectacular, something
exciting, something
Indoors. With some serious . ."
"Air conditioning. Yes, I know." I cant believe you're so boring. Why did I ever come over
here anyway. 1 could be at the beach, or the causeway, or the slab, or the pool having
fun. Instead I'm over here bored to death doing nothing but arguing with the worlds
most stubborn person'"
"Run out of steam?"
No, I just dont feel like fighting; its too hot.
"What do you feel like doing then?"
"Going inside to sit in the air conditioning."
Amused, Olga Ramos watches television in one of her
classes. Many teachers took advantage of the school's audio
visual supplies as teaching aids, and to make subjects more
interesting to students.
Giddy-up. While at a YFC retreat, Shannon Doheny pauses for a
picture before riding off into the sunset. Renting horses was a
must for many people who visited Panama's lovely beaches.
Thumbs up. Ms. Gardill shows her approval of Parent'' \ight
activities. Parent's Night was a great opportunity for parents to
meet teachers and see their child's progress.
Breaking the rules. While at a girl's soccer game, Jessica San
chez listens to music on her Walkman The school rule forbidding
walkmans was probably the one most often broken.


Secretary Alix Puech, President Ramon da Pena, Vice-President Michelle Baker
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CLASS OF 199
Beating The Heat
Here we are, a bunch of brave seniors standing out in the broiling
sun, having walked all the way (on an empty stomach, even) to the
Administration Building stairs. Although we complain of our hunger
and discomfort, we know this picture is an important part of our final
year together as a senior class. Its this kind of patience through
unpleasant situations which will help build our endurance for the
many obstacles that lie in our future path. Hopefully, When we look
back at our smiling faces, well remember all the good times of our high
school years that helped make us who we are today.


Alfonso Abrego: Soccer, Football,
Baseball, Basketball, Band,
Ana R. Amell: "Ana Raquel"; Dance
Team. "I would like to have a success
ful career In Fine Arts and be all I can
be."
Karen J. Adams: .IROTC Bushmaster
Commander, Powder Puff, Swimming
Team, Soccer. "I love you Casey and
Chris."
Helen 1. Anderson
Ruben E. Alvarado: Spanish Club. "I
want to be a lawyer and study mar
keting."
Sara B. Anderson
Alexander Arosemena: "Fulo"; "My
future goal is to work in a government
job."
Osvaldo M. Arosemena: "1 hope to
either join the Air Force or go to col
lege. I want to be a CAD."
Michele K. Baker: Misti"; Senior
Class V.P., Ecology Club Treas., Soc
cer, Volleyball, Basketball. Liese and
Dawn-Thanx for the fun times and
long talks.
Walter Amedee: Tito; Basketball,
Cougar team captain and MVP
Teodoro A. Arias III: "Trey
Enrique Barker: Tennis, Soccer, Dra
ma Club, ROTC, Best usher guard of
the year JROTC. "1 would like to go to
the Univ. of Tx, at Arlington and ma
jor in Business Administration."
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James N. Beattie: Football, Baseball,
Volleyball
Jonathan Benjamin: Basketball.
Carlos A, Bennett: Track and Field,
Soccer. "Love, peace and hair grease.
See ya!"
Steven A. Betrisey: Steve"; Football,
Track, Swimming, Drama, Thespian,
Spanish Club, BHS, NHS, SHS. "My
future goal is to be accepted into a
selective university and try to get in
Med. school or aviation.
Jose A. Bodkin Jr.: "Tony"; JROTC,
SADD, French Club, Soccer. "Peace".
Rachel C. Bottin: Cheerleading
coach, Soccer, Volleyball, BHS, Ecol
ogy Club, French Club. "Don't do any
thing Rachel wouldn't do." The War
rior is my hero!"
Lesley E. Briem: Bulldog Manager Carl B. Bristol: "Tempest rocks the
Football, Basketball, Cayuco Race, C.Z."
Soccer, Albrook Riding Club.
Dana Brown: Red Machine Tennis
Rachel Berger: Cheerleading, BHS,
Spanish Club, Track, Swimming, God-
spell, Guys and Dolls, Charlottes Weh,
Thespian, NHS.
Cecy L. Brayton: Manager for Foot
ball, Baseball, Soccer, Ecology Club.
Adam W. Brunner
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James D. Cain: Ratt"; JROTC Rifle
Team, Drill Team, Usher/Color guard,
French Club, SADD, Alpha Co. First
Sgt. Company Commander 91-92.
Jerry S. Cantu: Soccer, Cayuco Race.
I'm going to college and study Engi
neering."
Luis N. Cairo: French Club, Baseball,
Basketball, Football. I hope to be
come a pilot in the armed forces.
Chad M. Callahan: Basketball, All-
Isthmian, Balboa Black Awareness
Club V.P. I will graduate by any
means necessary!"
Juan Cantu
Celso A. Carbonell III: "He did it all."
Tyrone D. Cannida: K.A.N.E.; Step
Club, A, B, Cya! "Out of here, like bell
bottoms!
Roger W. Carpenter: Stash: 1; I
plan on becoming a commercial artist
or a fashion designer."
Paul A. Carrola: Drama Club, Fu
ture U.S. Marine and basically an all
around nice guy."
Temple J. Castro: Advanced Band,
Honor Band, SADD, Photo Club. I'd
like to thank Yanick & Star for a
super year. God bless you! '92 rules!!"
Yajaira M. Chase: Dance & Jazz
team, Volleyball, Track, Spanish Club,
Afro-American Club, SADD, Home
coming.
Roberto A. Chiari
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Edgardo A. Chong: JROTC Rifle
Team. My goal Is to complete my
senior year and obtain a Master's De
gree in Business Administration."
Heather Clary: Ecology Club, SADD,
French, Spanish, Drama, Lettermans
Club, Track, Basketball, Swimming,
Volleyball. "Special thanks to my fam
ily and all my friends in the world.
Alix, Hill, Mom, etc.
Iliana Chow-Kai: Spanish Chib,
French Club, Drama Club, BHS, Fash
ion Show. "Thanks to all my friends
for a wonderful year."
C.A. ColweU: Crimestoppers, Basket
ball, Voc. Ed. Award. "In the future I
would like to go places."
Kiran Chugani: NHS, BHS, French
Club and Photo Club Sec., Yearbook,
Thespian, Ecology Club, Parakeet.
"Believe in your dreams and let love
live forever."
Steven Conway: (Folk 2) Cougar
Football, Step Club. Til see you
around like I don't know ya."
Donaldo Clark
Chris Cook: Football, Cayuco Race
Charles Cooke: "My future goal is to
travel to the strawberry fields and
find tangerine trees and marmalade
skies. Whoa ..."
Bron Cornett: "Red Dog" Solbrett Cowes: Spanish Club, Drama
Club, Thespian. "Charlotte's Web,
"Little Mermaid", Doctor in Spite of
Himself. "I enjoy playing guitar and
piano. 1 plan to go into International
Business and Compose Music."
Walter Crouch
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Brenda N. Davila: French Club,
Photo Club. "I wanna be filthy rich -
I'm just glad to get out of here!"
Nicolas A. D'Anello
Ramon Da Pena: Senior Class Pres.,
BHS, SHS, Photography Club, V.P.
Swim/Dive Team, French Club,
SADD, Model U.N., Yearbook Photog
rapher, Soccer Manager.
Shondala M. Dawkins: "Shon
Track, Basketball.
Joao Da Costa: "Professor Nuts;
Parties, reggae music and the latest
clothes are my passion."
Khitan L. DeVlne: "The man with the
plan.
Cinara I. Diez: Volleyball, Softball. "I
plan to study law."
Hosea M. Dixon Jr.: "Peanut But
ter"; Red Machine Football.
Shannon M. Doheny: Photo Club, Co-
Editor Yearbook Photography, Youth
for Christ. "My future goal is to be
come a famous photographer."
Henry K. Daquip: Gizz"; Select
Choir, Red Machine Basketball team
Cpt.
Rattan S. Dhaliwal: S-2, S-5 JROTC
Staff. "My goal is to get my PHD in
Business Economics at Harvard."
Matthew J. Dreckman: Green Devils
Football. My plans are to go to col
lege and study engineering."
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Brian K. Dugan: Photography,
Cayuco "My goal is to get rich.
Thomas L. Ellis: Cayuco Race- first
place, Football, Baseball, Golf, Surf
ing. "I like to go out with 'Just Us'."
Claudine M. Eckerle: NHS, BHS, SHS,
Computer Club Co-Sec., Ecology Club,
Track, Baseball and Soccer Manager.
Carlos Febus: Jungle Truck"; Base
ball, Track and Field, Spanish Club,
Photography. "The Gawbidge Posse,
CAP."
Karen A. Eckerle: Ecology Club Vice-
Pres., NHS Sec., BHS, SHs| Track, Red
Machine Soccer Manager.
James T. Fehrenbach. Jr.
Keeley Elgin: Photo Club. "My future
goal is to become an archaeologist."
David B. Fisher: NHS, BHS, Track,
Soccer, Ecology Club, Band, JROTC,
Rifle Team. "1 want to attend the
Unlv. of Notre Dame and win the lot
tery. I love you. Steph."
Shawn P. Fitzgerald: "Mouse"; Foot- Terrell E.L. Flanigan
ball, Track, Baseball- All-Isthmian,
Soccer, Battalion Commander, ROTC,
Rifle Team, Cayuco Race, NHS, BHS,
Close-up.
Germaine M. Floria: "Germ: T like
beaches, parties, reggae and salsa mu
sic.
Jennifer S. Fonken: Star
Chorus, Honor Chorus, Phot
Thanks to all my friends and I'll be
forever young."


Robert L. Gaylord
neer.
Bellas M. Galvez: "Cookie"; Photogra
phy, BHS, Spanish Club, Computer
Club, Ecology Club, Excellence in Edu
cation Award. Goal-To be an Engi-
Maria E. Garcia: French Club, Busi
ness Club, BHS, Soccer, Football Man
ager, Volleyball Manager. See ya!
Amiri C. George: Volleyball, Swim
ming, Track, Model UN, Honor Chorus,
S.A. President, Photo Club, French
Club, SADD. "I hope to be a successful
international lawyer.
Shannon E.M. Garmen
Jason D. Gittens
Gabriel A. Garrido: Drill Team Com
mander, SCM of JROTC. "1 plan to join
the Air Force.
Kerry L. Gomez: BHS Band Treas.,
Ecology Club Sec., National Honor So
ciety, Biological Honor Society, Span
ish Honor Society, Red Machine Soc
cer, Spanish Club.
William Gonzalez: Bulldog Football,
Soccer. My future goal is to be a
professional soccer player or an avi
ation mechanic.
Kathryn M. Goodwin: Katie"; Red
Machine Cheerleader Cpt., Tennis,
Cayuco Race, Biological Honor Society,
Spanish Honor Society, Drama Club,
Computer Club. Thanks Brian, Jen
ny, and Aileen for the great memo
ries."
Chad 0. Graham: Volleyball, Foot
ball, Photography Club. "My future
goal is to succeed in life."
Stephanie A. Grecco: National Honor
Society, Biological Honor Society,
SADD, Ecology Club, Spanish Club,
French Club. I plan to attend Jack
sonville Univ. in Fla. and major in
Marine Biology or Communications."
104


Anne-Liese Heinicben: Ecology Club
Pres., French Club, Swimming, BHS,
Volleyball. "Mish, we made it!! Dawn,
only 2 more years to go!"
Christine C. Helm: "Cris", BHS Band
(Sec.), NHS Vice-Pres., Ecology Club
Treas., BHS.
Angelina Hernandez
Manuel A. Herrera: Basketball "U's
all in the attitude."
Ronald L. Green Jr.: JROTC, Swim
Team, SADD President.
Thetia Hall: Basketball, Soccer, Soft-
ball, Boys Baseball, Volleyball, Letter-
man's Club, French Club. Future goal:
To be happy and successful in what
ever I choose to do."
Jon D. Hanna: Surfing, Cayuco Race,
Football. It's not over till its over."
Kevin Haeusser: Rasta Haney", Bio
logical Honor Society
Julia A. Hattabaugh: Ecology Club,
Tennis, Volleyball.
Ida Hale
Joy M. Hauser: Basketball, Soccer,
Volleyball.
Melissa L. Guice: "Tejas, Band,
Choir, Softball.
105


Shugo Himeno: Tennis.
Allison J. Huff: Ecology Club, Cheer
leader, Soccer, Cayuco Race, Volley
ball, 1990 Homecoming Princess. "I
plan to attend college at the Univ. of
West Fla. and study Occupational
Therapy."
Teresa E. Herrera: "Red"; Basket
ball.
Nien-Lon Hsieh: Nairron"
Christopher B. Hovan: Football,
Baseball, Volleyball.
Edmund W. Howell: Eddie"; Red
Soccer, Track, Swimming, NHS Pres.,
BHS, SHS, Computer Club, Letter-
man's Club, Ecology Club, Comp. Sci.
Award, Math Award.
James Hulick.
Malina Jacobowitz.
Aileen D. Jenkins: "Queen"; Volley
ball, Jamboree Queen. Red Machine
Football Manager, Photo Club.
Thomas E. Johnson: Ecology Club,
French Club, Baseball, Youth for
Christ. "My future plans are to travel
to all the surf spots around the
world."
Jennifer L. Jones: Spanish Club,
French Club Fashion Show. 1 hope to
attend USC and study marketing.
Thank you for all the wonderful
times; Rita, Jessica, Rina and someone
very special."
Jaime J. Joseph: JROTC, Chorus.
106


Angela K. Keeling: BHS, Ecology
Club, Softball, Tennis, YFC. "Psalm
113:3.
Kevin J. Keiser: "Kev"; Soccer, Base
ball, Track, Cayuco Race, Computer
Club, Letterman's Club, Ecology Club,
BHS V.P. "My goal is to become a
successful businessman."
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f
Jeremiah J.K. Krage: "Sapo": Ecol
ogy Club Pres., BHS, Drama Club, Peer
Helper, YFC. "I plan to pursue a ca
reer in either the Biological or Eco
logical Sciences."
Stephanie L. Kuhn: Yearbook, Para
keet, Ecology Club. "Thanks N.U.,
E.P., R.P. and J.K.; love ya Dave!"
Bryan G. Kemp: BHS, NHS, Football,
Soccer, Swimming, Computer Club,
Cayuco Race, Peer Helper, Band, Or
chestra. "But WHY???"
Stephen R. Kupec: Swim Team, Foot
ball, Future goal: Go to college in the
states and then get a job writing com
puter games."
Rebecca A. Kirkland: Becky; Year
book, Library Asst.
Jon M. Lavallee: Model U.N., Comput
er Club, Swimming, Yearbook, Para
keet, BHS, Ecology Club. "After col
lege, 1 plan to study computer and
information sciences."
Lionel A. Lawrence: "Leo": Baseball. Gwendolyn Lawson: French Club, Namor Lebrn
"My goal is to be a thoroughbred Cougar Volleyball "C-ya!
trainer."
Lisa M. Legere: Letterm
Ecology Club, French Club. SADD-
Sec., Drama Club, Peer Helper. SHS,
Swim Team, Volleyball. I plan to join
the FBI after college- watch out
world! Thanks Mom and Dad."
107


Aaron T. Lewter: "Flinn"; Mr. In
visible", Assistant Manager of TEM
PEST, Parakeet.
April M. Liehr: NHS, BHS Sec., Com
puter Club Pres., Photo Club Treas.,
Spanish Club Vice-Pres., Ecology Club,
Tennis, Honor Band.
H
Elvira Lopez
Ceir Lopez: Ceni; Football and
Basketball Manager, Soccer, French
Club, NHS, BHS, SADD, Photo Club,
Yearbook, Business Club, JROTC.
Live every day as if it were the last."
Maribel 1. Lewis: BHS, Computer
Club, Ecology Club, Spanish Club,
French Club. In the future 1 would
like to become a veterinarian."
Amy R. Longacre: "Rae"; Basketball,
Softball, SADD.
Lidia E. Lou: Biological Honor Soci
ety, Ecology Club, Photo Club, Com
puter Club, Spanish Club/ French
Club, Select Chorus. I plan to major
in business & computers.
Jose A. Love: Chief"; Football.
i,oberi J. Luttrell: Honor Chorus,
Thespian, Computer Club, JROTC.
An undecided mind seeks adventure,
I wish the class of '92 the stars.
Patrick L. Lincoln II: Pat; Base
ball, Football. My future plans are to
attend P.C.C. for a year." Pat is rad."
Shannon B. Lord: Basketball, Track,
Spanish Club, SADD, Photo Club,
French Club Fashion Show. My fu
ture goal is to have a successful ca
reer in International Affairs. Thanks
Chola & Rican for making my High
School years the best!"
Margaret E. Maddox: Lisa"; Green
Devils Baseball Mngr., Business Club
Officer, "The Corner Crew". "I love
Kevin Barnes!"
108


Ana C. Marrero-Lopez: "Anita"; To
ill you immigrants, and you know
who you are, this year is over!! ... so
how did it go?
Christian E. Martinez: "Droga;
French Club, Business Club. "I want
to become a Reggae singer and an
advertisement executive."
Ricardo A. Martinez: Rick"; Foot
ball, Baseball, Surfing. "My future
goals are to attend Art school and
become a graphics art instructor. I
will be surfing until 1 am 101!
Stephen H. Martini Jr.: Volleyball,
Soccer, Cross Country, Drama Club. I
plan to attend Midwestern Univ. in
Texas.
Darla R. McConaughy: Drama Club,
Biological Honor Society. "My future
goals are to marry Paul Dmytrewyez,
have lots of kids, and be happy!"
Judy M. McConnell: Photography
Club, Track, Swimming. Alex, Yvette
and Angi Thanks for a great year!"
Dwight D. McKabney: Yearbook,
Newspaper, Photo Club, Spanish Club,
Computer Club, Boy Scouts. Future
goal: Go to college and acquire a Bach
elors degree in Political Science.
Rebecca S. McWhirter: Volleyball,
Dance Team, Jazz, and Tap. Smile
and the whole world smiles with you.
I plan to go to Oklahoma Univ. and
study Child Psychology. I hope one
day I will open a dance studio.
Lorena C. Mitanes P.: SHS, Spanish Christina Mills
Club, Photo Club, Yearbook, Parakeet,
CWE. Thanks to my real friends for
being there . you know who you
are.
Angela M. Mitchell: "Angie"; Band,
Honor Band, SADD Sec., Soccer, Span
ish Club, Ecology Club, Parakeet, Peer
Helper, French Club, Computer Club.
"Dreams come true through ambi
tion. Future goal: to become a psy
chologist.
Rita R. Molina: SHS, Spaehb Club.
In the future 1 plan to attend college
at PCC and then continue my studies
in Fla. "Thanks to my friends Jessica,
Jenny, Jen, and Rina for all the great
moments together."
109


Casey R. Morris III: Basketball,
Black Culture Awareness Club, Com
puter Club.
Yira Y. Muse: NHS, BHS, SADD,
Track, Swimming, Basketball, Cayuco
Race, Parakeet, French Club. Lots of
love to my 'extended family; thanx
for all the great times!"
Charles H. Morris: Charlie"; Ecology
Club, SADD.
Pablla I. Navarro: Computer Club,
French Club, Soccer, SADD, Ecology
Club. "I plan to study in the medical
field."
Melinda M. Nicholls: "Meli", Black
Culture Awareness Club, JROTC, Fu
ture goals graduate from high school
and go to college.
Tristan M. Morrissey
Jennifer L. Navarro: "Jenny"; SADD
Computer Club, BHS, SHS, Spanish
Club, Yearbook, Cheerleader, Varsity
Volleyball; Manager, Cayuco Race,
Princess Homecoming & Prom,
"Thanks Kate.
Mayra E. Nieves: NHS, BHS, SHS,
Homecoming Princess, Volleyball,
Tennis, Football manager, Spanish
Club, Jr Class President.
Theresa M. Nelson: T, Cayuco,
Cheerleader, Track. "I'd like to wish
all my Senior friends the best of luck
in the future."
Giselle E. Morales: "Gigi"; Ecology
Club, Computer Club, French Club,
French Club Model.
Cherie A. Mumma: Dance Team,
Ecology Club, Soph. Class Sec., Track
and Field.
Scott Needling: Needles", Soccer,
Track. "I want to give special thanks
to my mother for always hanging in
there and always believing in me. 1
love you!" Goal to finish high school
and then college.
110


Michel Q. Nissenbaum
Rosalina Nixon: Popy"; Goal-become
a cosmetologist and hope all my wish
es come true.
Yanick G. Olton: "I would like to
thank Star, Nalsi, Fina, Norma, Shan
non, Jessica, Popy, Karen, etc. for
a great year. C-ya!
Eric L. Paredes: NHS, SHS, BHS, Ecol
ogy Club Pres., Drama Club, Spanish
Club.
Tabitha M. Norton: Tab"; Yearbook,
CWE, SADD Sec., Football Manager,
Ecology Club. Thanks to everyone for
all the memories . I wish Paula
had stayed to see this day finally
come for us all!!!''
Pedro F. Penalver
Charles E. Perez: "Eddie"; Red Ma
chine Football
Jaime G. Oakley: "Jimmy; Red Ma
chine Football, Cayuco Race, Spanish
Club, SHS, BHS. "Pata y Palo".
Rachel A. Petersen: SADD, Honor
Chorus. "The corner crew", "All
stressed out and no one to choke."
"RAGA", My friends, I love you."
Rebecca A. Petersen: NHS, BHS,
Computer Club Vice-Pres., Spanish
Cluh, Lettermans Club, Swim Team,
Volleyball, Close-Up, Band, Honor
Band, Guys and Dolls" backstage
band. Love to Ayesha, April, and Na
omi.
Julio A. Peterson: Bronze"; Basket
ball, Baseball, "Peace!"
Gregory M. Pierce: Gi
Pres., Yearbook, Parakeet. E< ology
Club, Letterman's Club. Spanish Club,
Drama Club, Thespian, French Club,
SADD, Swim Team.
111


Eyda V. Pineda: Volleyball, Swim
Team Manager, Dance Team, French
Club, BHS, S.A. "Best of luck to the
friends that made my Senior year wild
and unforgettable,
Olga E. Ramos: Winter Track, Stu
dent Senate, Class Officer, SADD,
Yearbook, Tri-Hi-Y-Blue. "Thank you
to all the people who made my senior
year."
Ana Rosa Rivera: Consumer Math
Award. "I want to be a very famous
clothes designer."
Alix Pueeh: Franchute": Senior
Class Sec., French Club President,
Spanish Club Princess, Swimming,
Basketball, Don Connor Award, BHS.
Maria I. Quezada: Ecology Club, BHS,
SADD, Computer Club, French Club,
Spanish Club, Soccer.
Carlos B. Quintero: Doctor"
Yearbook Co-editor, NHS Treas.
BHS, SHS, Spanish Club Pres., S.A
Treas., Jr. Class Sec., Prom Princi
1991, Tennis, Soccer, Football
Cayuco. In the future I plan b
pursue a career in medicine.
Teresita Rand: Teresa: Thespian,
Drama Club, Select Chorus, Ecology
Club.
Aristides Rezex: Bulldog Soccer. "I
plan to graduate and maybe go to a
Junior college."
Bette M. Ritchie: NHS, BHS, Com
puter Club, Cougar Football Mar
ager, Tennis, Cayuco Race, Yeai
book, Presidential Academic Fil
ness Award.
Donald W. Rivera: "Don"; Soccer, Marcus Rivera
Skateboarding.
Morris L. Rivera: Baseball, Ecol
ogy Club, Photo Club, Parakeet
BHS, Computer Club, Physic:
Award, Analysis Award. Goal- ti
be a rich doctor.
112


Roberto Rivera Armando A. Roach: "Diamond" Matthew E. Robertson: BiK Vice-
Pres., Spanish Club, Computer Club,
BHS, SHS, NHS, Bulldog Football -
Most Dedicated Player, Swim Team-
All- Isthmian, Model U.N., Letter-
man's Club.
Evan M. Rodaniche: Lead singer
of TEMPEST.
Alexandra K. Rossan: Alex"; NHS,
)rama Club Sec., Swimming, Thespi-
in, Play Production, Ecology Club,
(earbook. "Angie, Judy, and Yvette-
hanks for a killer time."
Melissa Del C. Royo: NHS, BHS,
Spanish Club, Honor Chorus. "To the
Class of 1992 Pax Vobis!
Richard A. Samson: Photo Club Pres.,
French Club Vice-Pres., Computer
Club Treas., Yearbook Photo Editor,
Tennis, Volleyball. Stealth".
Jessica Sanchez: "Rican, Jes"; Soc
cer, Volleyball, Computer Club, Photo
Club, Ecology Club. "To my two cho
las- thanks for making my H.S. years
memorable." Goal- to become a pilot
or doctor.
Yutaka Sasagawa: Computer
Club. "My future goal is to be a
computer engineer."
Jessica M. Schaw: Spanish Club, SHS.
"I thank my friends Rita, Rina, and
Jenny for all the great memories."
Goal attend college and then contin
ue at a university in the states."
Wilford E. Schulz: "Willy", Track
and Field. "Hippie Salad"
Illeanna Shoemaker: Pla\ Rum-
stiltskin", hang with Rose and Venus
and ALL the guys. Class of '92
rocks!"


Ayesha A Siddiqi: Spanish Club,
Ecology Club, Computer Club Co-Sec.,
BHS, HS, SHS, Track, Journal Club.
Becky M. Sollami: BHS, SHS. "I plan
to be a veterinarian."
Douglas C. Strong: "Dougie", Spanish
Club, Computer Club, Lettermen's
Club, Soccer All-Isthmian, Baseball,
Tennis, Football, Cayuco Race. Goal-
To be a successful businessman.
Harchand K. Singh: Baseball, Basket
ball, Volleyball.
Ramon S. Sirias Jr.: "Monchito",
Football, Baseball.
Angela R. Smith: "Angie"; Track,
Softball, Volleyball, Basketball.
Lee Ann Sponberg: NHS, SHS, BHS-
President, Ecology Club, Drama Club-
Stage Manager, Thespian Society,
Varsity Swimming-All Isthmian Team,
Volleyball. "Someday I hope to do
medical research in space."
Elizabeth D. Stadler: "Beth, SADD, Vicki I). Stern: Business Club, Swim-
Honor Chorus, "The Corner Crew". ming, Soccer, Track. I plan to go to
USC.
Adela Tartaglia: Business Club, Bull
dogs Soccer, Bulldogs Boys Soccer
Manager. "Thanks to my 'grandma',
'mom', tia, and the rest of my fam
ily for a great year.
Michele Tassell: Drama Club, Plays,
Fashion Show, SADD, Swimming, Vol
leyball Manager. See all ya lovely
people when Im rich and famous.
Best of luck to the best of friends:
Yira Muse and Uliana Shoemaker."
Josefina N. Tejada: "Fina", "To my
Pooh & all the fishes: Thanks for the
laughs. Thanks Shannan & Jes. Ill
always remember the stupidity of the
cooler. Choasito Baby! Wow-its final
ly over!"
114


Liz D. Toledo: "Dianne', Spanish
Club, Soccer.
Karen N. Toppin: BHS, NHS, Peer
Helper, Yearbook, Parakeet, Select
Chorus, Honor Chorus. "I hope to pur
sue a career in medicine. May all of us
accomplish what we set out to do."
Mary J. Tutzauer: Marijuana", Ze-
phyrus, Spanish Club Vice-Pres., Dra
ma Club. Goal-to major in Fine Arts
dedicating my life to the same. "All is
fair in love and war so chill baby!!!"
Venus M. Valdez: "I love Unique!
Hanging with Ill, Rose, and ALL the
guys! Class of '92 rocks!"
Augusto Velasquez: Gus", Business
Club, French Club, Music Award.
Goal-to be a Salsa singer.
Jazmin A. Vergara: "Jaz", Drill
Team, Bushmaster, Delta Co. XO.
Goal-to go to college and then join the
Air Force.
Brenda M. Vlllamil: BHS, Spanish
Club, French Club, Photo Club, Busi
ness Club, CWE.
Alison M. Vowell: Peacequeen,
WARRIOR, Granola", Ecology Club,
Photo Club, Green Devils Football
Manag. Goal-to revolutionize the
world.
Angllee Wall: "Angie", SADD, Ecol
ogy Club, Drama Club, Thespian, Soc
cer. "Alex, Yvette, and Judy-thanks
for an awesome year .
Naomi L. Unger: BHS, NHS, Ecology
Club, Thespian, Drama Club Pres.,
Honor Chorus. "All my love to E.P.,
L.S., R.L., R.P., and J.K."
Andres A. Villalobos: Baseball, Foot
ball, Wrestling, Boxing.
Deika M. Wallace: "1 plan to gra-
duate, go to San Antonio, and study
medicine."
115


Brenda L. Walsh: Soccer, Basketball,
Junior Class VP/Sec, Prom Commit
tee, Homecoming, S.A. Sec., Parakeet,
Basketball Manager. "If you can imag
ine it, you can achieve it; If you can
dream it, you can become it.
Shameeka S. Westf'Brooklyn Girl";
Basketball, JROTC, Chorus, Black Cul
ture Awareness Club, BHS, Academic
Excellence Medal, All-American
Scholarship Program Award. "I plan
to go to college and get into the medi
cal field."
Michael S. Womble
Fernando F. Ward: Computer Log Michio Watanabe: Football, Volley-
Certificate. I would like to accom- ball, Baseball, Track, Swim Team,
plish my goals in engineering.
Douglas H. Weeks
Collieace M. White: "Lisa"; I wish
everyone a great future and to suc
ceed in life. I also leave all the fine
fellas. I also want to thank my par
ents. And to my husband, Marcus
Shefer, I LOVE KO///with my heart!"
Daimon White: Black Culture Aware
ness Club, Basketball, Bravo Co. Com
mander, JROTC, Drill Team Exec. Of
ficer. Goal- to become an officer in the
Armed Forces.
Yvette M. Wilde: Wilde Child"; NHS,
BHS, Yearbook Co-Editor, Soph. Vice-
Pres., Drama Club, Thespian. "Alex,
Angie, and Judy, thanks for a great
year!
Carmen L. Wong
Scott D. Wood: BHS, SHS, NHS, Ecol- Kohsuke Yoshimoto: Bulldog Soccer,
ogy Club Sec., Tennis, Presidential Ecology Club. "Save the Earth! Yoshi
Academic Fitness Award. I plan to was here."
attend a University in the states, and
major in either Law or Business Mar
keting." "Thanks to K.K., S.E., K.E.,
C.E., E.H., K.G., and C.H."
116


The Jungle Crew. This is what happens when forming
a pyramid fails. Aileen and Jimmy are on the right
track, but poor Mayra keeps falling down. Allison,
Tristan, Rachel and Ali decide to just relax!
Tarzan and Jane. What better way is there for sen
iors to beat the heat? Brian Dugan and Katie Good
win relax at Rocky Falls.
On the way home from an exciting
day at Taboga, Olga Ramos tells an
excited Rachel Berger about a danger
ous encounter with a killer minnow.
Row, row, row your boat. Carlos Febus
attempts to emulate Christopher Co
lumbus, but the only thing he discov
ers is the bottom of the sea.
117


Artwork By Evan Rodaniche




How about some salt with that? Anne-Liese Heinichen would rather eat her shoe than lose a
game of soccer.
Dont hassle with Tassell Michele is having fun in the sun at Taboga.
120
Hows the food, Jenny? Jenny Navarro expresses her opinion on the cafeteria food.
ant believe it! Yira Muse hears the news that she passed Mr Thales Physics exam.
Great minds at work. Carlos Quintero, Greg Pierce, and Kevin Reiser contemplate one of life's
little challenges a post-it note.
121


Everly Adams Patricia Alaniz Walter L. Allen Luke D. Anderson Bernardo E. Archibold
Marco A. Austin Phaedra L. Ave-Lallemant Geraldo L. Barber Steven R. Barnes Sasha W. Barrera
Carlos A. Barter
Patrick J. Beard Jorge A. Berman Minoska A. Bianchini
Tony F. Bieker
Rochell P. Blades
Erin S. Blagg
Nicole C. Blanc
Michele Bleau


Michael J. Bleichwehl Ana H. Bowler Jonathan Brassfield Daniel R. Bright Domieiano Broce
Jose Castaneda
Juan R. Castrellon Aquiles A. Castro
Miguel A. Cedeno
Michael D. Charles
Victoria E. Chen
Francisco Choy
Julie N. Church
Tannia Colon
Yaira L. Colon


Roger A. Demas
Eric J. Diaz
Esther L. Downs
Kurt E. Drozd
Saray A. Dunn
Dinah R. Eastham Leslie A. Ellerson Frank R. Ender
Julia I. Espinosa Victor M. Esposito
124


Joel M. Gibbs Brandon L. Gibson Oscar M. Gifford Nathaniel A. Gladding Jessica D. Gold
Shannon C. Golembiewski Roberto Gomez Daniel Gonzalez Holleigh L. Gordon Michelle D. Grandstaff
Luis C. Guerrero Marco R. Guillen Ranier R. Guzman
Ida L. Hale
Brian L. Hardsaw
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BHS Goes Wild
FROM THE
Discoverer. The statue of Balboa stands on Balboa Avenue overlooking the Bay of Panama.
Unfortunately, the bust of Balboa that once was in front of our school was stolen.
Spellbound. Students intently watch
events at one of the year's pep rallies. As
hot as it was outside, these were still a
nice opportunity to miss class.
Student Life
4
Heat In Motion
Sports
30
Sparking Interests
Clubs
58
Mental Madness
Academics
78
Shiny Happy
People
96
Monkey Business
Advertising
170
Who’s Who In This Zoo
Index
194
2
3


BHS Goes Wild
Student Life
“Here we go again!"
“Where? . . Where are we going?”
“You never listen. Just let me finish telling you!"
“OKAY! - SORRY - I'm listening!”
“This is going to be the best year ever!4 BHS is a great place cuz
there’s so much to do!”
“Like what? What's there to do?”
“Well, like going to football games, especially the Jamboree and
the pep rallies and all the spirit days and BHS-BHS field trips.
Then, we decorate those class showcases for Halloween, Homecom¬
ing, Christmas and Valentine’s Day. Next there’s the Winter For¬
mal, Carnavalito/Mardi Gras and the Jr./Sr. Prom. Oh! and the
French Club Fashion Show and Drama Club plays and Band and
Chorus concerts and the Cayuco Race and all the varsity sports.
Then all year long we collect cans and white paper for the Ecology
Club Reduce, Reuse and Recycle! Before you know it, Gradu¬
ation Day is here. See? We’re going to have a wild year at BHS!”
“Whew! Sorry I asked! I see your point!"
No break. Even on Valentine's Day, Katie Good¬
win and Brian Dugan must use their lunch time
to study. Many students found this necessary
because of after school activities.
Muévelo, Muevelo. Dancing to reggae, Melissa
Royo and Ricardo Valdez enjoy themselves at the
Winter Formal Many people continued the fun
after dances downtown or with friends,
i
Carefully tying a knot, Brenda Davila puts the
finishing touches on a decoration for Mardi Gras.
Students from the French III class helped the
French Club put on this event.


JAMBOREE PEP RALLY
Where had everybody gone that fine Friday
afternoon? If that afternoon happened to be Au¬
gust 30th, then the entire BHS student body
could have been found out in the stadium
screaming their hearts out.
In support of their class the seniors sweated it
out in black while the juniors pulled out all the
stops in red and white. In the mean time, the
sophomores hung out in white tee's and the all
time fav-jeans.
The Cougar, Bulldog, Red Machine, and Green
Devils cheerleaders riled up the crowd as their
teams looked on. Good old #31 on Red Machine
decided to lend a helping hand by doing a few
flips and cartwheels himself to the great amuse¬
ment of all.
In between, of course, there were the messy,
ever popular, pep rally competitions. First came
the Jello eating contest. The sophomores, obvi¬
ously approving, supported their man by thun¬
dering, "Un poquito . sauvecito!” Frank West-
gate took that one away for the juniors but the
sophomores bounced back as Anabel Burns sur¬
prised everyone by winning the find-the-gum-in-
the-whip-cream-thing with an unexpected bub¬
ble. There was some question in who won the
Izzy Dizzy, where participants run circles with
their foreheads pressed on the end of a bat, but
does it matter?
All in all, in the true BHS spirit of overcoming
all obstacles, the Jamboree pep rally was a suc¬
cess in spite of those speaker problems. The sight
of those busses filling up and heading out to
Cristobal definitely proved it. And so, another
football season gets it’s start.
Heads up Shannon Lord disappointed after intense competi¬
tion wonders if it was all worth it.
Jamboree Royalty (left ot right) includes Queens Aileen
Jenkins from Red Machine, Anice Metheny from Bulldogs
Green's own Margarita Pierce, and Maria Garcia from the
6
Heads up! Frank Westgate and Scott Wood wolf down Jell-0 Victory - Annabel Gunder gloats over her ability to find the
to win the class competition. Frank's appetite proved to be gum in the pie, not to mention blowing the bubble before her
the more formidable. upperclassmen, Jason Seales.
Aftershock. Joy Hauser, overcome by dizzyness, mumbles
something to the effect of "Stop the world, I want to step off
for a while."
Wishful thinking. Valerye Spratling can only dream of soph¬
omores being number one


HALLOWEEN 1991
Beep, Beep! Take a ride aboard the Manchester Transit
Line.
Clowning around. Naomi Unger shows Jeremiah Krage
which steps to take.
The witching hour had come ... it wasn’t
quite midnight though. More like noon. The spir¬
it week for Halloween had reached its climax
with the annual costume contest in front of the
school during lunch.
It was the moment of truth. Forget about
winning the display cases. It was time to see who
won the hundred dollar first prize.
There were French maids, pears, a Freddy
Kreuger, and clowns by the droves. Yes, about
that rumor of a school bus roaming the halls
that was true!
It was crazy. There is just no other word to
describe the madness and mayhem that envel¬
oped the student body.
You had to be careful. At any second that
devil lurking in the corner might decide to poke
you with his fork. At any minute the nagging
“housewife" might get you with her rolling pin,
or that giant football might decide she wants to
hurl herself in your direction.
From all this chaos the winners emerged: The
Phantom of the Opera (Melissa Royo) mysteri¬
ously arrived to steal the show, but the brave
barbarian (Walter Crouch) fought his way to her
side to split the prize. Mr. Waugh relived his
days as a hippie, but Think Pear Share (Ms.
Hinkle, Ms. Gibson and Ms. George) walked off
with first place in the teacher’s contest.
Caught in the act. The other side of Melissa Royo-emerges as
the Phantom of the Opera.
On guard. Walter "Barbarian" Crouch retreats as Robert
"Robin Hood" Luttrell’s attacks.
Yira Muse, Michele Tassel, and Micheia Hattox shows us
how.
Girls just wanna have fun. (left to right) Latoya Riñes,
Shelly Johnson, Eyda Pineda,
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Carnival time. People manning the junior Homecoming Stand your ground. Bulldog cheerleaders Allison Huff. Nat-
floats take turns hosing down the crowd. (Below). alie Watkins, and Jill Roscoe shake up the rally (Far below).
Getting the right start. Ms. George and Eyda Pineda share a
laugh before the dance team performs at the rally.
All wTapped up. Seniors Maria Garcia and Brenda Davila
test their "plunging" abilities on underclassmen Trinity Mar¬
tinez.
The date? November 8, 1991. The place? Bal¬
boa High School stadium. The occasion? The
Homecoming pep rally.
This time there weren't any interclass compe¬
titions, but a few of the highlights included the
following: the innovative cheerleaders came up
with new routines with great visual impact, and
the dance team appeared for the very first time
at a school rally.
The Homecoming game was held later that night,
and the "'Carnival" juniors atop their red fire
engine not only hosed down the crowd, but took
away first place for the best float. The second
place float was made by the seniors, with their
theme of “Flush the Underclassmen." (The more
spirited seniors went around equipped with
plungers!) Third place was won by the sopho¬
more float with the theme "Grease."
The Homecoming dance was held on Novem¬
ber 9, 1991 at the PCC auditorium. Although it
was very hot, and they had to bring out the fans,
most people enjoyed their evenings.
Homecoming Queen and King. Mayra Nieves and Carlos
Quintero.
HOMECOMING 1991
Senior princess and prince. Jenny Navarro and Jimmy
Oakley
Senior princess and prince. Allison Huff and Shawn Fitzger¬
ald.
Junior princess and prince. Caroline Hinkle and Ray Wil¬
liams.
Junior Princess and prince. Saray Dunn and Craig Fish
bough.
Sophomore princess and prince. Marlene Bustamonte and
John Crespo.
Sophomore princess and prince, \ayda Nieves and Billy
Wing.
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POWDER PUFF 1991
It was hot. The restless crowd suddenly erupt¬
ed into wild cheers as the cheerleaders began
their routine ...
"Firecracker, firecracker,
Boom-boom Boom!
Firecracker, Firecracker,
Boom-boom Boom!
Girl’s got the muscles,
Teacher’s got the brains,
Guy’s have the sexy legs,
and we win the game!"
Wait a minute. "Guys have the sexy legs?" Wear¬
ing those short cheerleading skirts they did!
The place was BHS stadium. The date? De¬
cember 20, 1991. At one o’clock in the afternoon,
the students were let out of class to attend the
Mascara Bowl where the underclassmen girls
challenged the seniors to a football game. In
support of their team, the underclassmen guys
donned cheerleading outfits and stirred up the
student body as the underclassmen girls led the
way to victory. All in all, the Mascara Bowl
proved to be a great success.
Headh up! Quarterback Desiree Squire hands the hall off to
Saray Dunn.
The next Barry Sander* Sharlene Meyers runs for a
touchdown
l
Passing InterferencelVeronica Chatman and Mayra Nieves
R" airborne to catch a critical pass.
Getting down to business. Tony lisera, Pat Pratt, Joe Peo¬
ples, and Danny Bright show the flip side of the cheerleading
coin.
No guts, no glory. Mayra Nieves looks for an opening to run
through.
Hail Mary. Aileen Jenkins airs it out for the senior team, but
despite her efforts, the underclassmen are just too much.
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TIS THE SEASON TO BE JOLLY
As the year drew to a close, stu¬
dents at BHS found that the spirit of
Christmas had descended upon
them. During the final week of
school before the holidays, class
competitions reached their peek.
The sophomores trimmed their tree
outside the main office, the juniors
built Santa’s house, and upstairs in
the senior’s hall, a nativity scene
with live animals was erected. There
was a day where everyone wore red
and green, and all the classes par¬
ticipated in the annual food drive.
Also during the week, some of the
BHS students and teachers partici¬
pated in the Christmas concert held
at the BHS auditorium.
Winter Formal was held on Janu¬
ary 18, 1992, at the Amador Officer’s
Club. The door prizes were enticing,
and the night was danced away as
the holidays happily drew to a close.
Does anyone have any sunscreen? Santa de¬
cides to take a break and work on his tan.
Is the world celebrating? Mr. Waugh's first
period class gives Santa a global look. (Far
right).
Dancing days are here again. While dancing
with Michele Tassel, Mr. Waugh disproves the
misconception
that all he does is give government home¬
work.
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The Royal Pair. Ramon da Pena and Claudine Eckerle pose»
for us.
How Romantic. Ballroom dancing is not quite dead. David*
Fisher and Stephanie Kuhn show us their favorite dance
step.
Royal Faces, (left to right) Stephen Betrisey and Alix
Puech; Ramon da Pena and Claudine Eckerle; Eddie Howell
and Rachel Berger; Ronald Green and Yvette Wilde.
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VALENTINE’S DAY 1992
What’s red and pink and white? Valentine’s
Day at BHS! This year Valentine’s Day left be¬
hind a lot of lovely memories.
As always, there were candygrams to buy for
your significant other. The candygram balloons
brought an assorted number of sweets and Her-
shey’s kisses, but if you wanted to add a few
kisses of your own, that was okay tou! The “can-
dygrammers" went around delivering those en¬
dearing little messages of love and affection dur¬
ing first period. Everyone wanted to carry
around a balloon. One person was even heard to
say, “I didn't get one. Now I feel so unloved!”
Roses arrived by the dozen at any given hour
of the day. These were delivered by the ever
faithful student aides.
Secret admirer? Ceñirá Lopez wishes she knew who sent her
all the candygrams.
The occasion was marked by the return of the
Computer Club's dating service and by the red,
pink, and white dress code for the day. The
sophomores won the display case competition
with their heartshaped balloon arrangement and
the seniors came in second with the juniors in
third.
Did you know Valentine's day was originally
an ancient Roman celebration to the wolf god?
Later when the Catholic church began changing
these pagan festivities into religious feast days,
it became St, Valentine's Day after the Christian
martyr.
An English custom of the 14th century was
where all the unmarried people in a village
would draw another single person's name from a
box and exchange notes on February 14th.
Charles, the Duke of Orleans, in France, was the
first person credited with sending a Valentine's
Day card. It’s too bad he didn't send his wife a
candygram too!
It’s a secret. Using all her willpower, Jennifer Pownall My balloon's bigger than yours! Seniors Jenny Navarro and
resists telling her friend who her two admirers are. Katie Goodwin chat in the hallway on ValenUne's Day.
Bite your tongue. With an intent look on his face. Carl Gale
puts the finishing touches on the winning showcase.
Roll. Roll, Roll your paper. Ivette Camacho talks to another
sophomore as she works on her class showcase.
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LA MODE 1992
The annual French Club Fashion
Show, L’ Amour de la mode, was
held at the Balboa High School audi¬
torium on February 21, 1992.
The emcees Kiran Chugani and
Richard Samson welcomed us to the
show, and proceeded to introduce
the models. The first fashion con¬
sisted of party wear. That was fol¬
lowed by casual, jeans, aerobics,
evening wear and swim wear. There
was a slide presentation giving a
short biographical sketch on each of
the models, and during intermission
you could buy delicious chocolate
eclairs.
Things went surprisingly smooth¬
ly, in spite of the tension backstage.
As model Maria Garcia put it, it was
extremely hectic with everyone run¬
ning in and out of the dressing
rooms.
The Fashion Show was not as
profitable as last year’s, but never¬
theless the models gained the audi¬
ence’s definite approval with an ex¬
cellent show.
So masculine. Carl Gale shows us what a well
dressed guy looks like. (Above.)
How much? Looking forward to the evening,
Jennifer Tafe buys her ticket for the show.
(Right.)
Give yourself a hand. The models congratu- u beUe feinme. Sa Du t ical teen „
late themselves after successfully completing thg ,Far below •,
a skit.
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Masters of the ceremony. Kiran Chugani
and Richard Samson introduce the models.
(Below)
Comment est-que je vois? Betty Meyers
struts her stuff in a velvet party dress.
(Above)
Chic Romantique Cenira Lopez takes the
cake in a black, fringed evening dress. (Left)
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Hatch it, you might bum me! Frank Westgate and Vanessa
Uhorchack dance to the Chorrerana.
Ready to relax, After the hard work Mr Vaz watches i íe
very successful Carnavalito with Mr. Figueroa
Left to right: (girls) Miggy Castro, Roger Demás, Carol
Hinkle, Ivan Rodriguez-Mesa, Alix Puech, Carlos Quinte o.
Melissa Royo, Mayra Nieves, Scott Leffler, Cathy Rig y,
Vanessa Uhorchak, Frank Westage.
El Punto, Queen Melissa Royo dances with escort Dwight
McKabney during their solo.
CARNAVALITO 1992
On February 22, 1992, the place to be was the
PCC auditorium where the Spanish Club and the
French Club co-hosted the second annual Carna-
valito/Mardi Gras.
The night started off with the Spanish Club
court giving us a taste of typical Panamanian
folkloric dances. After the introduction, they
performed Las Cumbias and La Danesa. Then
the queen, Melissa Royo, and her escort, Dwight
McKabney, performed their solo, El Punto. The
final dance was La Chorrerana, where the lights
were dimmed and the faces of the dancers were
illuminated by the candles they held.
The emcee then introduced the members of
the court by name, and the queen was crowned
by the Spanish Club sponsor, Mr. Carlos Vaz.
Melissa was also given a bouquet of roses on the
behalf of the Spanish Club.
She then gave her acceptance speech and
assigned the members of her court their specific
duties with a little personal advice to each which
earned many laughs from the public.
Maria Garcia gave a speech on the meaning
and origins of Mardi Gras which was then trans¬
lated into English by Cenira Lopez.
Next, the Spanish Club comparsa performed a
very spirited number and were joined by some of
the members of the court. Waving sparklers
amidst a colorful shower of confetti, their perfor¬
mance drew to a close by drawing members of
the public out to dance with them.
In this manner, the festivities were continued,
and all the work that was put into the occasion
proved to be more than successful as the night
was danced away in festive glee.
Sparkle and glitter, Trinity Martinez stops to admire the
Carnavalito banner
My head feels heavy! Alix Puech gets her tresses dressed
before show time.
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The Kodak moment. That’s what you’re
searching for when you take that picture of
your best friend in the shower. Or at that
party where you catch an amorous two kiss¬
ing in the closet. Or maybe it is when your
entire sixth period chemistry class goes out
with their cars to run over those tortuous clay
models Mr. Thale inflicts upon you.
What do you do with all those candids? You
tape them inside your locker, you stick them
into the frame of your dresser mirror, or you
keep them cluttered in that special box in
your closet. The really ambitious, however,
keep their memories neatly filed away in a
big, dusty, old-fashioned scrapbook where the
sticky tabs on the pictures that keep them in
place start falling off.
As a tribute to those of you who never
throw anything away, and to those who run
around capturing memories on film, we pre¬
sent the BHS scrapbook.
Now hear this! When Ramon da Pena
talks, everybody listens.
Plaque attack! Tim Johnson gets initiated into the ways of
the world here at BHS.
Bite your tongue! Juan Castrellon tries his hand at art and
finds out it isn't as easy as he said it would be.
Sweet temptation.Mi-
chela Hattox enjoys a
quick snack.
‘‘Is this far enough?” questions Phaedra Ave-Lallemant as
she prepares for track practice.
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You’re mad! Everett Grundon refuses to believe
that he's been voted Time Magazine's Man of the
Year.
Suicide Squad! Hosea Dixon and Grady Hale try to stop
Warren Mobly from jumping to an untimely death.


Are you sure that s edible? hiran Ghugam stares at
a pile of mystery meat at the French Club picnic.
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT? ROBERT GAYLORD
POSES A QUESTIONING GLANCE.
WHAT’S IT TO YOU? SHANNON LORD
LEADS THE CAREFREE LIFE
Really, really, really? Erin
Hatchett gleefully exclaims.
Run that line by me again. Rosalina Nixon isn t quite sure she
heard right the first time.
SERIOUS THOUGHTS. TIME OUT WHILE
MICHELLE BAKER PONDERS OVER THE
TRUE MEANING OF LIFE
0 my gosh! Jeremiah Krage redefines the terms
tred silly," "scared stiff," and "scared out of his wits"
al it once.
WELL, HAVEN’T YOU EVER WONDERED WHAT IT
LOOKS LIKE IN HERE? LAUREN SCHULMAN ON A BATH
ROOM BREAK
GENTLEMEN, START YOUR ENGINES. SITTING IN HIS
NEW HOT ROD, CARLOS FEBUS DREAMS OF THE GLORY
TO COME
"Ogie, woogie. Daniel Bright expresses heartfelt
'otions with his vote of definite approval


y
Just hangin out. Michael Womble spends some time in the
breezeway "relaxing."
Guess what 1 heard? Jimmy Oakley can t wait to
spill the beans.
What are they doing up there? James Beattie, Caroline
Hinkle, and Alice Keoughan wonder what's going on up at the
bleachers.
Open them or close them? The blinds seem to pose a serious
problem for Lorena Milares.
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Iw’fa?:.-
A moment of terror. Eddie Howell fears the
seniors are falling behind during Powder Puff.


The sky’s the limit. Aileen Jenkins reaches for the gold as
she does pull-ups.
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Skip to It1 Shelley Johnson finds herself doing "Double
Dutch" years after she thought she'd given it up for good
Who is this? Even the masterful yearbook detectives ci Id
not identify this grotesque werewolf.
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Look at that! Just look at that! Wendy Lawson makes a
discovery at track practice.
Travelling incognito. Judy McConnell accompanies All
Vowell to the parking lot.

Heat In Motion
SPORTS
“What are you doing?”
“What does it look like I’m doing?”
“With a tennis racket under one arm, an empty can of tennis balls at your feet, a
deflated basketball, a baseball glove that looks like it hit the dust long ago, a broken
baseball bat, three dirty volleyballs, and HALF a soccer ball you look ridiculous!”
“I do not!”
“With a pair of swimming trunks on your head you do! What do you think you’re doing?”
“I’m getting ready to letter in every varsity sport at Balboa High School this year ”
“You look like you’re getting ready to leave for the funny farm! You’re nuts!”
“Hey, I’m just a wild and crazy kind of guy ...”
Smart thinking. Before basketball prac¬
tice, Amy Longacre wisely stretches out.
Most sports participants chose to stretch
to avoid injury.
In the air. Troy Lloyd leans back as he
performs a back flip at swim practice
which was held at the Balboa Pool.

Too late. Cougar Ritto Ballesteros fails to stop Bulldog Tome
Myles from scoring two points. Basketball games brought a large
turnout of spectators.
Are you ready? Red Machine Quarterback Chris Hovan hopes
his teammate is prepared to catch the ball and run for six points
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Three more yards! Red Machine quarterback,
Chris Hovan, exerts himself to gain the few more
yards he needs for a first down.
Down, set, Red Machine needs 20 yards
to score as the apprehensive Bulldogs are
ready to confront a stop them before they
reach the goal line.
What a hole! Bulldog Jerome Price cuts up
through a hole opened for him by his effi¬
cient offensive line. Leading the block is
Casey Morris.
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FOOTBALL ’91
Football always attracts the lar¬
gest number of fans throughout
the whole year. Every football sea¬
son commences with the main
event, which is the Jamboree. Par¬
ents, students, and faculty travel
to Cristobal to boost their favorite
teams. This year, Cougars reigned
as Jamboree champions for the
second year in a row and succeed¬
ed to go undefeated the entire sea¬
son, led by an agile offense and a
most powerful defense. Green Dev¬
ils, who tied for second with Bull¬
dogs, showed great talent and lots
of speed. Bulldogs underwent a
major loss at the beginning of the
season when their quarterback
suffered a shoulder injury. Red
Machine, as expected, had the lar¬
gest fan turnout. The season ended
with the Cougars winning Home¬
coming for the third consecutive
year. We will all be waiting to see
if Cougars will retire the Jamboree
trophy next year by winning three
years in a row.
Piggy back ride? A Bulldog running back
carries a load of Green Devils as he strains
to gain a few yards.


CMgare (Mrow) K Wolfe V Camacho, M Renfro, N. Nieves, K Wilde,, K Starnes, II Kaslham, L Hlerson (2nd row)
Brandenburg, R. Sayrnanski, J Jemmnlt, M Trembay, R Waller, C, huval, H, Shaha, R Reyes, J llanna R Chang R llama
Trem lay, (,lr row) D^Hgray R George, H Santos, I. Von en, S Donnelly, ,1 Santns.Y Salazar, C “ishlgh C
J Naum, A Dunn, A Bund, (4th row) <„ Demon. R Rowley, J Lopez, K Arnold, I. Cairo, M Morgan B Smith W Hull
SJdl Bal« ' ' roW) Cwh Bark,,"ler' «• Swma"' 11 1 R'sirgue/. Mesa, ,1 Shaha, Coach c;!a,:
Cougars
8-0
Green Devils
5-3
Bulldogs
5-3
Red Machine
1-7
Touchdown! Red Machine s H.B. Twohy celebrates as he s. •'
six points.
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Green Devils. (1st row) H. Reasonover, A Leeb, E. Knudson, E. Betts, N. Piper, D. Robinson, T. Decerega, M Buchanan, H
Cabrera, L. Gibson, J. Staha. (2nd row) J. Szymanski, J. Ortiz, R. Colon, M. Wing, A. Gonzalez, J. Wilson, M Dreckman, J
Gonzalez, C. Cook, Q. Underwood, T. Cooksey, T. Norton, (3rd row) Coach Husted, L. Ibicki, L, Oranda, J Williford, J. Vega. M
Watanabe, I. Rivera, K, Steil, M. Banasick, B. Wood, T. Qiunn, W. Pole, A. Richards, R. Meyers, Coach Sweeney, A. Vowell, M.
Kuo.
Red Machine. (1st row) D. Thompson, R. Gomez, G. Hale, D. Foster, J. Olivares, S. Fitzgerald. J Thompson, B. Isbell, R.
McConaughey, B. Archibald, R. Abrego, V, Esposito, (2nd row) H.B. Twhohy, M. Bleichwehl, C, Corrigan, J Hildreth. R Sirias,
A, Krapfl, C. Graham, L. Oakley, M, Charles, R George, J. Oakley, R. Azcarate, (3rd row) K. Barnes, A. Bowler, P Penalver, J.
Lloyd, J. Hanning, C. Hovan, P. Pratt, F. Ender, H. Dixon, R. Pinzón, W. George, I. Icaza, E. Perez, Coach Dahlstrom.
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Bulldogs. (1st row) N. Watkins, J. Hunt, H. Roscoc, A Kooughan. M. Soppy. C. Hinkle (2nd row) D. Strong. E Diaz. 0 Morris. A
Stirling, K Holland, J. Beattie. T Ellis, A Chums, (3rd row)Coach Ellis.Coach Martinez, B Hardsaw. A. Abrego, G Berman. J
Zornes, R. Nieves. S Kupec, .1. Price, B. Hardsaw. Coach Rye. Coach Williams. Coach Weade, (4th row) D. Lopez. R Swentv T
Kobayashi, .1 Kirksey, 0. Batista, C.J. Howard, R. Donoho. T .iHhnson. (óth row) K Hunt. A Matheney. .1 Zornes. S Betnsev.
P Ameglio. W Gonzalez. A Shie, L Briem, (lilh row) S Tweed. B l.ugo. .1 Novotny. T Mitcham. I. Guerrem. R Morris
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CHEERLEADING-HARDER THAN IT SEEMS
The 1991-92 varsity cheerleaders
showed that it takes more than just
great spirit and a smile to get an
enthusiastic response from the
crowd. They dedicated many tough
hours to practice so they could put
on an exhilarating performance. At
the Jamboree Pep Rally, the cheer¬
leaders performed eye-catching rou¬
tines that proved their diligence
really paid off. Red Machine and
Green Devils joined forces to put to¬
gether a routine which was per¬
formed at the Turkey Bowl. Once
again the cheerleader's spirit played
a vital role in a successful football
season.
Taking it to the Top. Red Machine Cheer¬
leaders show great form and ability by doing
a challenging pyramid
Red Machine, (left to right) R. Sangsland, C. Thompson, T. Kemp, J Engelke, R. Berger, V. Hopkins, K. Goodwin (Captain), K. Twohy (captain).
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Flying High. Cougar Cheerleaders Leslie El-
lerson and Raquel Wolf demonstrate their
strength by performing high Russians.
A different view. Cheerleaders Allison uff
and Jill Roscoe use their muscle power 1
flip a fellow teammate.
Shakin’ It. Dinah Eastham dances to the beat
while the crowd watches on.
Cougars, (top) K. Wilder (2nd row) N. Nieves, D. Eastham, R. Wolf, (splits) L. Ellerson, I.
M. Renfro. (3rd row) I. Starnes, Camacho.
Green Devils, (lop) S. Oakley, M Pearce, P
Ave-Lallement (co-captain), T. Nelson, (bot¬
tom)
J. Thompson, C. Maduro, M. Samuels, S. Ji-
cha (co-captain).
Bulldogs, (left to right) C. Hinkle (captain), J Roscoe (co-captain), A. Huff. N. Watkins, J Hunt, A. Keoughan, M Seppy.
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GIRL’S BASKETBALL-BLAZING DOWN THE COURTS
Bulldogs, (kneeling) M. Cobham, J. Hauser, N. Robinson, I. Dargan, (standing) Coach Oliver, L. Jones, S. Beattie, L. Cooper, M. I have a question. “Do you think you’re going to get that bal
Ascano, A. Howard. by me?" Noni Robinson questions Joy Hauser.
Cougars, (kneeling) T. Norton, J. Hauser, M. Rojas, A. Pratt, J. Penkoske, (standing) Coach Moffit, M. Versailles, A. Davis, J
Cross your fingers. Saray Dunn hopes for success as she shoots Posey, C. Bertao, M. Bryant, K. Honeycutt, J. Ernest,
for the basket.
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Itay out of my way! Ann Wagner looks for an open team-
nate to throw the ball to.
Green Devils, (kneeling) C. Bryant, S. Dawkins, M. Womble, J. Hauser, G. Hattabaugh, H. Clary, V. Chatman, (standing),
Coach Stromberg, A. Tippins, A. Earnest, K. Stromberg, T. Gilbert, A. Puech, S. Dunn.
Red Machine, (kneeling) T. Herrera, L. Rojas. M King, Y. Colon, (standing) A. Wagner, T. Hall, D. Squire, A. Longacre, A.
Gundin.
Going up strong Bulldog's Laurie Jones breaks away and at¬
tempts what looks like an easy layup.
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BOY’S BASKETBALL
Bulldogs, (kneeling) K. Devine, P. Johnson, E. Dawkins, J. Canjura, T. Myles, J. Husband, B. Hardsaw, J. Shaha,
(standing) Coach Quinn, S. Dawkins, A. Abrego, J. Benjamin, E. Jones, A. Bowler, D. Stader, C. Evans.
Cougars, (back row) H. Davis, A Feliu, J. Thompson, Coach Reyes, W. Amedee, M. Herrera, D. Ballesteros, C. Ward,
(front row) L. Cooper, J Price, V. Duncan, L. Von Hollen, W. Chatman, F. Adams, R. Valdez-Hernandez, G. Barber, J.
Peterson.
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Collision. Going for the ball E. Jones and Walter Amedee cross flight
patterns.
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Total Rejection. Tony Herrera, being flushed back as David Stader
leaps forward.
had Callahan breaks away from his opponents and prepares
imself for what looks like an easy dunk.
Green
Devils
Cougars
Bulldogs
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Green Devils, (standing) J. Jemott, W. George, J. Zornes, H. Singh, C. Callahan, E. Herrera, B. Wood, H. Singh, R
Mokillo, Coach Moffitt. (kneeling) L. Cairo, R. George, M. Torres, S. Scott.
Red Machine, (standing) R. Morris, V. Chen, T. Cooksey, Coach Chen, A Dauenhauser, F. Hill. M. Vaughn, T Johnson.
C. Ottley, C. Barter, K. Steil, 0. Batista, N. Rnhinsnn, Coach Morris, (kneeiing) H Nicholls. P. Beard, T Cannida, C. King,
M. Banks, M. Austin
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GIRL’S SOCCER
Bulldogs
Cougars
Black
Cougars
Gold
Green
Devils
Red
Machine
W-3
W-3
W-5
W-5
W-0
L-2
L-4
L-3
L-4
L-7
T-4
T-3
T-2
T-l
T-3
Bulldogs, (standing) Coach Weade, C. Welch,.) Penkoske, V. Colteryahn, K. Cowes, B. Kemp,
(kneeling) K. Kemp, A. Cedeno, A. Wagner, .). McGuinness, D. Sprague, T. Kemp.
I’ve got it! Addy Kinghorn lunges herself to You better get this! As she throws to a team
one side in an attempt to block an opponent's mate, Anabel Gundin hopes the opposing
s^ot' team won't intercept her impeccable throw-
Cougars Black, (standing) C. Hinkle, T Hall, J Diaz, L. McGuinness, B Walsh, N. Blanc, C
Al vis, G Morales, (kneeling) K. Morrissey, M Estrada, A. Gundin. A Strong, I* Monoghan .1
Diaz, K. Stadler.
Cougar* Gold. I-landing | E. Sanchez. Coach Wruclc. V Sanchez. A Vidaurri, A Sheri
Burton, L Sacs,, J. Church, T Norton, S Oakley, W. Wlnklen, Coach Rico, Coach Co
(kneeling) B. Allen, A Doral. M Baker, M Norton, J Hauser
1 Devils, (standing) Coach Nimhlett, J. Sanchez, C. Bourbeau, A. Wall, 11 Bottin, (' Bertao,
yatt, K. Wilder, Coach Stromberg, (kneeling) L. Lincoln, M. Womble, L. Hojas, J Hauser, D.
Red Machine, (standing) Coach O'Brien, M Parker. M Cantu, .1 Pownall. V Heinichen. ^
Kinghorn, M. Cantu. .1 Ernest, A. Ernest, (kneeling) N. Nieves. .1. Hauser. Y. Ruiz. K Jones. H
Tremblay, J Pownall. A. Holly
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Boy's Tennis
SPENDING TIME
ON THE COURTS
Focused. Michael Robison gets ready to Giving it his best shot, Walter Fernandez
"slice" the ball Into pieces. delivers a forehand winner.
Bulldogs, (back row) D. Kan, C. Sierra, J Naum, S. McGuinness, G. Higgins, Coach Bales, (front
row) J. Henriquez, J. Castaneds, P. Norman.
Cougars. Coach Schulte, W. Fernandez, L. Llach, B. Peterson, J. Cedeno, R. Samson.
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I gotcha’ now Jose Castaneda prepares to seriously abuse a
defenseless little tennis ball as he plays' Bulldog's number one
player.
Bulldogs
6-4
Cougars
4-6
Green Devils
4-6
Red Machine
7-3
Green Devils, (back row) M. Robison, M. Dreckman, S. Wood, C. Marotta, M. Charles, (front
row) A. Diaz, A. De La Guardia, R. McGuinness, H. McFarland, D. Bailey, A. Jacobwitz.
Red Machine, (back row) Coach Dahlstrom, J. Castaneda, B. Swenty, C. Corrigan. R. Pinzón, M.
Pearce, C. Quintero, E. Gifford, (front row) G. Wilderman, E. Watson, R. Sweeney. .1 Panvini. M.
Bleichwehl.


BHS Track
IN THE FAST LANE
Learning to fly. Joe Shaha exerts himself as Piece of cake. Alison Howard clears some
he tries to surpass his opponent's long jump serious height as she soars over the high
measurement. jump bar.
Determination. Rachel Berger strains to put
her team in a good position with a strong shot
put performance.
lip and over. Troy Lloyd demonstrates that
he can easily surpass his opponent's height on
the pole-vault.
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Catch me I’m falling. Kevin Keiser practices
his pole-vault at track practice. This was a
very popular event.
T Kobayashi, K Butler
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With total concentration Yoko Nakagawa gets ready to lob her
Green Devil opponent during her match.
GIRL’S TENNIS
LOVE-WHO NEEDS IT
Serving for the match. Tatiana Llach shows perfect form as she
plays Red Machine's number five player,
Bulldogs, (standing) Coach Schulte, C. Bourbeau, J. Ernest, H Maxwell, A, Vidaurri, M. Fulton,
M Bleichwehl, (kneeling) L. McGuinness, J. Engelke, C. Thompson, A. Liehr.
Cougars, (standing) J. Morales, L. Gibbs, Y. Nakagawa, B. Ritchie, N. Nassiff, (kneelin
Coach Stroup, S. Livingston, R. Sangsland.
â– reen Devils, (standing) D. Grajales, M. Diaz, C. Quintero, C. Numata, Coach Tucker, A
•latheney, J Staha, M. Samuels, (kneeling) C. Bates, C. Herrera, J Cruze, M. Dabson, L.
Davis.
Red Machine, (back row) T. Llach, M. Kuo, Coach Stromberg, B, Kemp, (front row) J
Thompson, C. Lively, M. Hart, L. Rojas, E. Gifford, S. Golembiewski.
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Nailed at second. Joseph Olivares prepares
to gun down an opponent trying to steal sec¬
ond base.
Bulldogs, (kneeling) R Watanabe, J. Oakley, L. Oakley, A. Staton, R George, S. Laurie, 0 Tara,
(standing) A. Krapfl, L Lawrence, S. Oakley, M Robison, J Wendenjeke, K Reiser, E
Wendenjeke, K Arnold, R. Morris, A. Gutierrez, E. Sanchez, T Hardsaw
Cougars, (kneeling) Y. Ruiz, C Lampas, S. Scott, F. Westgate,. Schulman, (standing) 0. Batis
A Abrego, B. Shaha, B Smith, W Amedee, P. Lincoln, J. Smith, S. Wheeler, C. Febus, D. Brig
H Singh, R. Martinez, Coach Fenderick.
reen Devils, (kneeling) R. Mokillo, L. Maddox, D. Bilgray, D. Strong, E. Ortiz, B. Wheeler, J
'orio, S. Fitzgerald, M. Watanabe, (standing) A. Vowell, C. Brayton, C. Riley, E. Herrera, C.
shbough, R. George, M. Dreckman, E. Holland, K. Barnes, C. Buval, F. Ender, Coach Moffitt.
Red Machine, (kneeling) T Murata, H Rivera, M Simmons, J. Olivares, J Miller, T. Mitchel, E
Howell, G Foster, (standing) Coach Grade, W. George, Q. Underwood, L Salazar, H Singh, J
Jemmott, K. Drozd, B. Hardsaw, C. Hovan, Coach Dahlstrom.
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Swim Team: (1st row) T Kemp, M Petrucci, V. Stern, E. Pineda (2nd row) L Sponberg, B Kemp, K, Sears, N. Henderson, B
Harris, (3rd row) C. Coffey, T Johnson, T Johnson, S. Berrios, J Rillamas, G. Higgins, (4th row) Coach Beech, M. Kelly, J
Ascano, D Bailey, T. Beiker, J Krage, (6th row) A Puech, A. Heinichen, R Petersen, T Lloyd, Coach Sweeney
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BHS Swim Team
INSTANT-JUST ADD WATER
Breathe. After several breathless strokes, Tony Bieker Near miss. As he practices his butterfly stroke, Jeremiah
comes up for some air as he swims breastroke at one of the Krage comes extremely close to colliding with one of his
many practices. teammates.
Perfect ten. Eyda Pineda displays splendid figure and style Air spin. In hopes of obtaining a high score at the next meet,
as she completes what deceivingly looks like an easy back- Tim Johnson practices an immaculate double flip,
dive.
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WRAPPING IT UP..
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Bulldogs are #1. The Bulldog mascot takes a small break to
Deuce. Rachel Sangsland approaches the net to volley her share his views on which football team is the best. Although
opponent’s weak shot. the Bulldogs did not win the season, they had a very tough
and agile team.
Let’s go girls! As the referee oversees the play, N'ayda
Nieves and Karen Kemp race after the ball with the desire of
taking control of it.
Why me? Quarterback James Beattie looks
on as he watches his Bulldog teammates
practice. James suffered a collar bone in¬
jury in the beginning of the season, there¬
fore, he was unable to play most of the
season.
Dominion. In a hurry to score two points
for his team, Jonathan Benjamin struggles
to keep the ball under control.
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This is so boring Chelsea Coffey practices her back- Corner kick! Lisa Rojas hopes that she'll be able to center
stroke with the desire of doing well at her next swim meet. the ball accurately to one of her teammates.
Kick-off! Mike Bleichwehl puts all of his weight into the ball Make it safe! Craig Fishbough hurries on down to first base,
in order to get an accurate kick. trying to get there before the ball does.


Sparking Interests
CLUBS
"So what clubs are you joining this year?"
“Club? Why would I want to join a club?”
"How could you not join a club? What would you do in your free time?"
“Catch up on my sleep.”
"Oh come on, you'll miss out on all the fun. do you want to be a couch potato?”
“What’s so great about clubs anyways? They just have a lot of boring meetings
you have to go to.”
"No way! Clubs are a great way to meet people who have the same interests as
you. They always have exciting things to do such as picnics, pool parties, hikes,
and trips around Panama. Some clubs even help out other people. For example,
NHS does charity projects in the Panamanian community, and SADD gives out red
ribbons and dimes for prom night. Plus, there are always clubs selling pizzas in the
breezeway."
“I guess you’re right. Maybe there is a club out there for me to join. But wait,
do you think they’ll let me sleep in the meetings?”
"Oh forget it, you're hopeless."
club's main goals. They placed many bins for paper and for cans all around the
school.
Nature's wonders. On a BHS trip to Isla Grande to study marine biology, Jenny
Navarro examines a sea urchin. The club encouraged its members to leave plant
and animal life as they found it so as not to destroy the ecosystem.
Mirror, Mirror. Portraying the wicked queen in Snow White, Nicole Blanc peers
into her magical mirror to ask if she is the fairest in all the land. Nicole also took
part in an exciting chase scene which was a major highlight of the play
Maybe I should buy one. Gazing at the assortment of candies and junk food,
Scott Leffler helps raise money for the Close-Up trip to Washington D.C. After
the club raised enough money, the store was turned over to the Senior Class.

OOH, LA-LA!
The French Club Keeps Its Members Busy With
Cultural Activities.
Struttin’ her stuff, model Angie Hernandez
walks across the stage while Saray Dunn
poses. The models practiced for approximate¬
ly 2 months before the Fashion Show.
Future goal? Not! Lorena Milanes helps wash
cars at the French Club Car Wash. Fund rais¬
ers were necessary for activities, such as
Fashion Show and Mardi Gras Carnival
Band: (1st row) E. Smith (2nd row) C. Helm, A. Mitchell, J. Krage, J. Jordan, P. Squire,
J. Hung, V. Sakai (3rd row) T. Castro, J. Ellington, J Tafe, D. Fisher (4th row) C. Pai, J.
Montalvo, S Doughty, R. Singh, E. Butler, J. Chaky
Biological Honor Society: (1st row) S. Betrisey, A. Liehr, L. Sponberg, K. Keiser (2nd row) K. Eckerle, (
C. Helm, J. Krage, D. McConaughy, R. Berger, J. Navarro, M. Lewis, B. Spurlin (3rd row) E. Paredes, C.
Eckerle, M. Rivera, T. Morrissey, M. Nieves, B. Ritchie, M, Quezada, K. Goodwin, K. Toppin, S, West, A.
Flagg (4th row) M. Robertson, R. Petersen, N. Unger, A. Heinichen, R. da Pena, Y. Muse, A. Keeling, B.
Villamil, K. Chugani, C. Carbonell, M. Royo (5th row) L. Lou, D. Fisher, A. Puech, B. Kemp, C. Quintero,
E. Pineda, J. Lavallee, Y. Wilde, C. Mills, K. Haeusser, K. Gomez (6th row) D. Seitz, M. Seitz, A. Siddiqu,
S. Wood, E. Howell

Freeze-frame. Desiree Squire and Ed Daw¬
kins strike a pose during one of the practices
of the French Club's Fashion Show
Bon Appetit. Ting Kai Lin enjoys his dinner
at the Rincon Suisse with other members of
the French Club.
BHS New Members: (1st row) L. Schulman, S. Honeycutt, E. Starnes, K. Sears, C Fishbough, R.
Stanchfield, A. Siddiqi, B. Shaha (2nd row) J Roscoe, L. Gibson, S. Leffler, R. Hanson, M
Pearce, R. Blades, I. Chow-Kai, C. Hinkle, E. Scribner (llrd row) T. Bieker, T. Norton, A Howard,
Y. Park, L. Ellerson (4th row) M. Charles, E. Grundon, C. Lam, J. Castaneda, C. Sierra, M
Petrucci.
Business Club: (1st row) A. Bowler, K. Sanchez, C. Martinez, M. Garcia. M. Maddox, (2nd row)
B. Villamil, M. Ruiz, L Lou, R. Nixon. V Lhorchak, K Chugani. G. Morales, (:trd row iT Castro,
C. Diez, Y. Olton, I. Camacho, M Nicholls, K Lee

SNOW IN PANAMA
Curtain Call. This year s production of "Snow
White and The Seven Dwarfs” starred Katie
Sears as Snow White and Jeff Caughie as
Prince Charming.
Hear ye, Hear ye! As the ladies in waiting on,
Fletcher Hirom as Sir Dandipratt, announces
the arrival of Prince Charming. Fletcher's
foppish characterization of the Court Cham¬
berlain was met with much enthusiasm from
the audience.
Chorus (Mixed): (first row) A. Rivera, M. Webb, A. Hernandez, M Hattox, V. Hernandez
(second row) E. Downs, J. Young, T. Llach, B. Kirkland, L. Welch (third row) A. Brandenburg,
K Sanchez, C. Bourbeau, E. Garriga, V. Valdez, T. Morrissey, R Gaylord, (fourth row) C. Kelly,
L. Martinez, A. Keeling, R. Demás (fifth row) M. Guice, A. Puech, D. Kelly, C. Castillo, N.
Traywick, D. Takahashi, J. Gibbs.
Chorus (Select): (first row) Y. Nakagawa, J. Fonken, N. Unger, T. Rand, K. Toppin K. Eckerle
(second row) V. Chen, M. Cooper, E. Stadler, E. Hatchett, A. Velasquez, V. Hernandez, N.
Henderson, R. Petersen, D. Yanez (third row) M. Royo, D. Marquardt, M. Propst, A. Marrero
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Out with a bang. With a bewitching rhyme,
Nicole Blanc as Queen Brangomar, calls
fourth Witch Hex, played by Naomi Unger.
Together this duo enchanted the audience
with their constant bickering and exciting
chase scene.
Dead for the Count.,The Queen, transformed
into an old hag, now played by Erin Hatchett,
awaits the effect of the poison apple given to
Snow White.
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’lose Up: (first row) A. Wall, S. Wood, N. Unger, (second row) K. Keiser, L. Sponberg, A.
inward, R. Sosa (sponsor) S. Leffler, B. Ritchie
Computer Club: (first row) R. Samson, R. Peterson, N. Henderson, C. Righv, A. Liehr. A Siddiqi,
(second row) B. Balzar, T. Toki, M. Rivera, R. Luttrell, C. Carbonell, Y. Park (third row) C.
Obert, J. Caughie, C. Lee, J Howell, S. Wood, B. Kemp, Y. Sasagawa, J. Hernandez, P Baca
(sponsor)
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KEEPING TIME
And Keeping Our Feet Tapping
This year’s BHS Band has certainly
been busy. Concerts, sport events, and
other activities kept the band playing
hard. They entertained fans during BHS
home football games, and kept shoppers
happily humming Christmas carols at
the Valent Christmas Village. In honor
of the 200 year anniversary of the death
of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the band
played songs written by the Austrian
composer at the Christmas Concert. The
band also spent many hours preparing
for the Honor Band/Honor Chorus Con¬
cert at the end of February. All their
dedication was appreciated for keeping
the spirit of music alive.
Rattatat-tatt. Drumming away, Desiree
Squire leads the band during an upbeat song.
“I’ll huff and I'll puff and bring the house
down." Rebecca Petersen entertains goers at
a BHS football game.
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Dance Team: (1st row) N. Robinson, E. Pineda (2nd row) T. Cannida, E. Dawkins (3rd row) D
Squire, R. Davis, R ward.
Drama Club: (1st row) K. Shadeck, N. Unger, S. Honeycutt, A. Rossan, (2nd row) G Pierce,
K. Chugani, K. Sears, N. Blanc, N. Traywick, E. Hatchett, J Ullrich, M Hattox, M. Tassell, R.
Berger, (3rd row) S. Cowes, T. Rand, J. Gale, S. Berrios, J Krage, A Mitchell, N. Henderson,
M. Jacobowitz, Y. Wilde, A. Wall, R. Hanson, (4th) M. Nevarez, J. Scruggs, J. Caughie, A.
Kinghorn, S. Unger, V. Hernandez, C. Modelo, C. Coffey, Unknown, R. Luttrell, (áth) S.
Leffler, E. Grundon, C. Poveda, L. Sponberg, E. Paredes, M. Worcester, 0. Gifford, T. Loyd, F.
Hirom, S. Betrisey, J. Krage.
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Thespians: (1st row) A. Rossan, K. Shadeck, N. Unger, S. Honeycutt (2nd row) M. Ja-
cobowitz, K. Chugani, K. Sears, N. Blaqp, E. Hatchett, G. Pierce (3rd row) T. Rand, S. Cowes,
R. Hanson, F. Hirom, N. Henderson, A. Wall, Y. Wilde (4th row) J. Krage, L. Sponberg, T.
Lloyd, R. Luttrell, R. Berger, S. Betrisey.
Ecology Club: (1st row) E. Blagg, J. Young, A. Wagner, R. Montgomery, J Hunt, A Huff, A.
Siddiqi, J. Hauser, A. Keeling (2nd row) K. Eckerle, L. Sponberg, N. Unger, S. Kuhn, D Fisher, C.
Eckerle, R. Hanson, J. Ullrich, M. Quezada, F. Navarro, M. Lewis, B. Mcdonald, P. Baca (3rd
row) C. Helm, J. Scruggs, P. Alaniz, K. Chugani, T. Johnson, J Howell, C. Smith, F Westgate, A.
Wall, N. Navarro, A. Siddiqi, A. Liehr (4th row) K. Gomez, E. Paredes, J. Krage, D. Strader, E.
Schnack, C. Morris, J. Lavalee, N. Henderson, D. Keays, E Howell, S. Wood, S. Fitzgerald, T.
Rand, K. Reiser, C. Modelo, D. Takahashi, J. Krage, A. Meyers, M. Jacobowitz
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Preserving Our Planet
Save the Earth. Ecology Club members cut and
paste recycle boxes for the new paper recycling
program.
Toss it here. Aluminum cans get recycled for the
Ecology Club to make money and help protect the
environment.
French Club: (1st row) A. Heinichen, D. Grajales, V. Uhorchak, I. Chow-Kai, R. Malave, M. Garcis, (2nd
row) G. Pierce, J. Cain, E. Pineda (3rd row) J. Gale, N. Profis, K. Sears, L. Milanes, C. Fulsom, J.
Olivares, C. Gale, C. Lam, 1. Merkel (4th row) A. Mitchell, B. Villamil, R. da Pena, A. Gundin, T. Johnson,
J. Palacio, J. Bodkin, S. Daily (5th row) C. Guerra, H. Fulsom, J. Staha, H. Ollendick, M. Kuo, T. Lin, W.
Wing.
National Honor Society: (1st row) M. Royo, C. Helm, C. Lopez, E. Howell, C. Eckerle, K.
Eckerle, R. Berger, K. Chugani (2nd row) A. Rossan, Y. Wilde, B. Ritchie, S. Fitzgerald, S.
Wood, Y. Muse, A. Liehr (3rd row) D. Fisher, K. Reiser, L. Sponberg, E. Paredes, R.
Petersen, N. Unger, L. Legere, K, Gomez, S. Betrisey, M. Robertson.
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Parakeet: (1st row) B. Meyers, L. Milanes, G. Pierce, J. Tejada, K. Chugani (2nd row) A.
Mitchell, D. McKabney, S. Kuhn, K. Tnppin, M. Rivera.
Peer Helpers: (1st row) D. Grajales, J. Severson (2nd row) A Mitchell \1 Kuo. S. Wells. S.
Berrios (3rd row) B. Barris, C. Coffey, M Kelly, L. Legere, V Morrison, C Hinkle.
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ACHIEVING SUCCESS
JROTC Prepares For The Future
Drill Team: (1st row) I. Hale (2nd row) A. Aird, C. Cobham (3rd row) T. Thomas, D. White, G.
Garrido, V. Hernandez.
Rifle Team: (1st row) E. Chong, S. Estupinian (2nd row) M. Webb, C. Lee, D. Srague.
Alpha Company: (1st row) S. Hoeber, B. Santana, L. Welch, E. Cruz, V. Hernandez (2nd row) J
Cain, E. Barker, J. Hernandes, 1. Hale, P. Rivas, D. Shirely.
Bravo Company: (1st row) A. Borowicz (2nd row) A. Roach, N. Charleville, E. Smith, C. Estevez,
C. Lee, C. King (3rd row) C. Del Hoyo, R. Abrego, C. Gale, C. Rubik (4th row) D. Sprague, D.
Marquardt, A. Vassier (5th row) D. Roman, J. Thompson, A. Padilla, R. Rivera, R. Lopez.
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Salud! After the Christmas Sponsor Program
a party was held in the honor of the JROTC
participants.
You’ve almost got her! At the JROTC Organi¬
zational Day, companies competed against
one another and Cristobal's JROTC.
Charlie Company: (1st row) M. Webb, J. Oakley (2nd row) J. Robinson, R. Carrera, P. Robinson,
J Brassfield, K. Pierre (3rd row) J. Brassfield, R Rivera, D. Brown, E. Grant, T Bennett.
Delta Company: (1st row) D. Robinson, S. Lord (2nd row) L Hutchinson, A Frederick, S.
Santiago, M. Ruiz (3rd row) T Thomas, J Gutierrez, A. Nunez, S. Pe Lora, J Vergara, H Cooper
(4th row) A. Abrego, C. Castillo, A. Aird, M Nissenbaum, J Joseph, W Luttrell
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OUTWARD BOUND
Biological Honor Society
After a long trek, BHS member, Yong Suk Park
takes a break to catch his breath and get a bite to
eat
Where did they all go? Graig Fishbough emerges
from under the waterfall to find his fellow BHS
members have left him stranded.
Look at that. While at the Cuna reserve. Nusagandi,
BHS members admire the rainforest. The reserve was
ideal for learning about Panama's flora and fauna.
Ladies and gentlemen, you are about to embark
upon an exciting adventure to the beautiful Isla
Grande. Please keep hands, feet, and small children
inside the boat.
Photography Club: (1st row) L. Schulman, S. Doheny, R da Pena, R. Samson, K. Chugani (2nd
row) B. Dugan, A. Mitchell, A. Alvarado, M. Rivera, A. Siddiqi, B. Meyers (3rd row) S. Berrios, L.
Milanes, B. Villamil, D McKabney, C. Rigby (4th row) D. Mills, B. Balzer, C. Lou, Mrs. White, R.
Long, C. Guerra, S. Doughty.
Spanish Club: (1st row) J Rillamas, R. Molina, S. Grecco, G. Pierce, J. Navarro, H. Ciar M
Royo (2nd row) S. Cowes, T Llach, J Schaw, C. Febus, A. Liehr (3rd row) D. McKabn- S.
Betrisey, A. Crowdis, C. Rigby, G. Pinto, E. Howell, L. Milanes, C. Hinkle, F Westgat N'
Berrezueta (4th row) K. Pierre, C. Lou, I, Chang, Y Park, I. Rodriguez, A. Castro, L. Sponbe R
Petersen, E. Paredes, D. Strong, S. Wood, K. Lee, A. Puech, A Wagner, A. Sherry.
'sh Honor Society: (1st row) J. Schaw, R. Molina, J. Navarro (2nd row) C. Quintero, A
â– qi, U Milanes, K. Goodwin (3rd row) F. Figueroa, L. Sponberg, E. Paredes.
Students Against Drunk Driving: (1st row) M Tassell, G. Pinto, A Mitchell. R Nixon, S Wells.
L. Legere, J Navarro, S. Grecco (2nd row) A. Hernandez, B. Spurlin, L. Lou. M Quezada. M
Lewis, A. Wall, J. Gale (3rd row) S. Berrios, K. Meyer, M Hattox, T. Castro, N. Navarro, A.
Hernandez, H. Clary, G. Morales, G. Pierce, Y Muse


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COMPUTER CLUB
Dealing With The Digital World
Program Computer — Club;
USES CRT;
Begin
(Main Program)
Writeln The Computer Club kept us well fed and well
Writeln loved. Every week a bake sale was held
Writeln before SURF. In February they provided
Writeln students with a list of prospective dates
Writeln just in time for Valentine’s Day. The money
Writeln raised was used to buy a new Gateway 2000
Writeln 20 MHZ 386SX computer.
Mr. Sandman. Helping make dreams come
true, Jarrod Kirksey, gives out results of the
Computer Club's Dating Service.
End.
(Main Program)
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YEARBOOK STAFF APPLICATION 1991-92
NAME: GRADE:
SEX:_ IQ: SHOE SIZE:
Have you been through this kind of torture before?.
If so, are you a glutton for punishment?
Are you afraid of killer picture croppers?
Do you realize we only have one yearbook ruler?
If you're aiming for a spot on the photography section, would
you mind working in a darkroom smaller than your car?
Do you know everyone's name in order to identify pic¬
tures?
Do you like feet? Bellybuttons?
Can you work weekends?
Are you a chocoholic?
Are you allergic to the smell from the refrigerator?
Do you mind play-doh on the ceiling?
Do you collect empty M & M bags?
In short answer form, describe why you think you are crazy
enough for a position on the staff. You may use separate sheet
of paper if you wish. (260 words minimum.)
If at all interested, please tear along the dotted lines, fill it
out in triplicate, and return to room 202. If we’re not there,
we're probably having a desk chair race up and down the halls.
Staple it to the door. We'll be back soon.
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Exhausted. After a day’s work Jessie Staha,
Stephi Kuhn, and Yvetty Wilde compete in
the 1992 Zonian Staff chair race. We are
weird.
fbeat. Cathy Rigby's unusual ideas helped
• e a colorful flavor to our yearbook. Her
-ative writing skills also made her a valu¬
óle asset.
orking together to get the job done. Co-
¡tors Yvette Wilde and Carlos Quintero with
Ivisor Melanie Bales kept the staff busy.
SPARKING MEMORIES
1992 Zonian Staff—Printing Pictures Of The Past
Yearbook: (1st Row)M Kuo (Academics), J. Staha (Academics). (2nd Row)S. Veno (Juniors), G. Valencia (Sophomores), (tfrd Row)C.
Cowger (Juniors), C. Rigby (Student Life), G. Pinto (Student Life), J. Navarro (Sports). (4th Row) K. Toppin (Ads), D Fisher (Clubs).
S. Berrios (Faculty), (6th Row) G. Pierce (Seniors), S. Kuhn (Clubs), J Gale (Sports). (6th Row) M Bales (Sponsor), S B (Sophomores). (7th Row) R Samson (Photography), C. Quintero and Y Wilde (co-editors).
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“Pose? NEVER!” Yearbook photographer, Richard Samson, Pipers of Hamlin? No-BHS. Jennifer Tafe and Juanita
is caught on the other side of the camera. Jordan charm spectators with their music at a BHS football
game.
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A TOGETHER ATTITUDE
Moving up in the ranks. Sergeant Sanchez promotes Carl
Gale as others stand by. Getting promoted is a special honor
in JROTC.
Please wake up! Saddened by their loss, the creatures of the
forest and the dwarfts wish for Snow White to wake up.
Buy one get one free. Scott Wood and Bette Ritchie try to
get customers to buy their last hamburgers. Close Up sold
goodies at the Track Meets to raise money.
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Mental Madness
ACADEMICS
‘‘Academics? Why would a yearbook want to do a section on something as boring as
academics?"
“Well, I’ll admit school isn’t always loads of fun, but you’ve got to admit that some
things are actually pretty interesting.”
"Oh, right! Like what? Taking notes?”
“O.K. maybe not that, but what about field trips, or special projects? And don’t
forget labs.”
"Yeah, but our school doesn’t do any of that stuff. It’s all tests and homework."
“Well, you’ve obviously never walked into the physics lab when they're working on
their egg drop, angle measuring, or rockets for their rocket launch. What about biology
or physiology labs? And You couldn’t possibly have missed seeing the many biology
students who actually had to go birdwatching!”
"I guess you’re right. School isn’t always quite so bad. Maybe I should come more often."
“You know, that isn’t a bad idea!”
Flipping through a magazine, Donald Clarke makes the most of
his SURF time. Although some students disliked this program,
others appreciated the fact that they could read their favorite
book or magazine.
Do you see what I see? Peering through microscopes for a Physiology lab, Sha-
meeka West and Khitan de Vine draw tissue cells. Many students enjoyed Physiol¬
ogy because of the large amount of hands-on work
Hoping her rocket goes highest, Belkis Galvez readies it for launching
Physics students had the chance to be creative when decorating their
rockets.
Balancing act. Yutaka Sasagawa rides a bicycle as slowly as he can
without falling. He and other students did this as part of a physics
assignment to measure constant velocity.

A DROP TO
THE TOP
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty
had a great fall - from the second floor breezeway,
right here at BHS. Mr. Thale’s Physics classes put
their eggs to the test. The purpose of this experi¬
ment was to learn a bit more about momentum.
Students were required to take an egg, place it in an
insulated container and drop it from the second
floor breezeway. The person to achieve the lightest,
fastest drop without breaking the egg got the best
grade. The winner? Theresa Rand.
A lot of creativity was put into padding the
containers. Peanut butter, styrofoam chips, gel,
mousse, and even marshmallows were used, strange
as it may seem. You can’t say they weren’t effec¬
tive. Only 4 out of the 46 broke. Quite a successful
ending for Humpty Dumpty.
It’s a miracle! Bette Richie is surprised to find that her egg
survived without a crack in the annual Physics Egg Drop.
“Egg-citement" is shown over the Egg Drop.
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How tall is the flag? Eric Paredes and Christine Helm use
only string, a protractor, and a ruler to find the measure¬
ments.
Did I get the A? Brian Dugan, Matt Dreckman, Trey Arias,
and Carlos Febus anxiously wait for Mr. Thale to declare
their final grades.
Classic Concentration. Yutaka Sasagawa concentrates on
packaging his egg just right.
See Physics isn't that bad. Stephanie Kuhn and Alix
Puech enjoy a rare, happy moment in the physics lab.
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7. Go to the beach. Tanned and happy, Morris Rivera digs
through his carefully prepared knapsack after spending a
day at Taboga. Towels, sunglasses and snacks were just some
of the items students found necessary at the beach.
10. Have a good laugh. Kidding around with friends left a
very cheerful Rochell Blades almost gasping for breath
Laughing is definitely the best way to begin or end every da\
here at BHS.
9. Take it out on a friend. Taking this advice are Nicole Blanc
and Erin Hatchett. Many people agree that no matter how much
you love your friends, you sometimes want to strangle them.
8. Do a Strip Tease. Posing coquettishly, Alix Puech removes
one of her two bathing suits. Many swimmers chose to wear two
suits for practice to increase their drag in the water
6. Eat! Here, giving us a lovely demonstration of her lunch, is
Michelle Baker, who is most definitely relaxed. Showing ABC
(already been chewed) food was a favorite way to gross out
friends.
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5. Shout! Shout! Let it all out! Jenny Jones releases her
excess energy while pointing an accusing finger. Some¬
times yelling really loud is the only way to resist the
temptation of hitting someone.
2. When all else fails-POUT! After 12 years of heavy â–  duty
schooling, Cherie Mumma has found that comfort is a
necessity after a hard day. Especially if it comes from a
special someone.
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4 Rock your way to Rock Cafe. Don't know what to do on the
weekend? Well, many people found going dancing till dawn
downtown was a great way to spend a Saturday night.
3. Skip! What are you skipping from? Robert Luttrell and Angi-
lee Wall couldn't possibly be skipping class could they? This
method of relieving stress sure seems to work.
1 Graduate! What all high school students strive for. Or course,
for many, the stress begins again in college, but it’s nice to
know you're halfway there.
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RUSSIA
On August 19, 1991, a coup began
in the Soviet Union. An eight man
committee led by Vice-President
Gennady Yanayev took power from
President Mikhail S. Gorbachev.
Yanayev told the Russian people
that Gorbachev was ill. As Russian
President Boris Yeltsin called on
Russians to resist the coup, tanks
and other military gear moved into
Moscow.
President George Bush was joined
by the European community on au¬
gust 20, to demand Gorbachev’s re¬
turn to power. Three of the leaders
of the new eight man ruling commit¬
tee were said to step down. The next
day, the leaders of the coup were
reported to have fled Moscow.
Tanks and armored personnel car¬
riers moved away from Russian Par¬
liament and leaders of the national
legislature demanded that Gorba¬
chev be returned to power. The Com¬
munist Party denounced the ta¬
keover. On August 22, Gorbachev re¬
turned to Moscow before dawn and
reassumed power.
Days later Gorbachev resigned
and turned power over to Yeltsin.
The Union of Soviet Socialist Repub¬
lics has now become the Common¬
wealth of Independent States.
This new government has begun
with an incredible poverty level. The
country continues to have economic
problems such as lack of food, jobs
and resources available to assist
those in need. After 47 years the
cold war has ended, but the abrupt
fall of the Soviet Union brings chaos
and confusion to a country searching
for renewed leadership.
Victory Demonstration at Red
Square
Anti-Coup Tanks Anti-Coup Gathering
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87

’91 FLASHBACK
President Bush nominated Clarence
Thomas, a 43-year-old conservative Re¬
publican, to replace the retiring Justice
Thurgood Marshall on the Supreme
Court. Nearly three months later he
was confirmed by the U.S. Senate by a
vote of 52-48. But, it was a tumultuous
confirmation process. After a series of
public hearings, the Senate Judiciary
Committee split 7-7 on his nomination.
Just days before the full Senate was to
vote, some serious allegations of sexual
harassment were raised. Professor
Anita F. Hill, a 35-year old law profes¬
sor from the University of Oklahoma
and former assistant for Thomas at the
E.E.O.C., claimed she was the victim of
sexual harassment while the two
worked together about 10 years earlier.
The Senate committee reconvened and
heard about three days of riveting testi¬
mony from Thomas and Hill and a
group of supporters from both sides.
The full Senate then debated the issue
and voted to confirm the U.S. Appeals
court judge to the nation’s highest
court.
Magic Johnson, the famed Los Angeles Lakers basketball star, announced he was infected with the HIV
virus that causes AIDS. Johnson made his announcement to a stunned press conference in Los Angeles.
Michael Jordan flew through the air with the greatest of ease. The 28-year-old basketball star of the
Chicago Bulls lead his team to the NBA championship in 1991. In this photo he drives up the lane for a
finger roll lay-up during a game with the Houston Rockets.
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The United States and its allies liberated Kuwait
after it was invaded by Saddam Hussein. Hus¬
sein's soldiers retreated from Kuwait, leaving the
country in shambles, but the Iraqi leader re¬
mained in power.
One of the many rallying points for international environmentalists was the Brazilian rain
forest. Thousands of square miles of forest were being cut down and environmentalists from
around the world petitioned governments, held rallies and led marches to stop the devasta¬
tion.
South African President F W. de Klerk tried to move his country closer to the United States and
other western nations by loosening his tough stand on apartheid, a form of segregation.
After nearly seven years as a hostage, Terry Anderson was released on December 4. 1991
Anderson spent 2,465 days as a hostage in Lebanon. He was the longest held American
hostage. He is shown here arriving in Wiesbaden, Germany being greeted by his sister,
Peggy Say.

NATALIE COLE
BONNIE RAITT
Natalie Cole, the daughter of Nat
“King” Cole, thought so much of her
father’s talent that in her latest album,
-Unforgettable-, she remade 22 songs
that her father made famous. One of
the goals of the 40-year-old singer was
to be recognized for her own talent. She
has certainly accomplished that goal.
Country superstar Bonnie Raitt
swept to the top of the charts in early
September with her hit album -Luck of
the Draw-. Two songs that have hit the
charts so far are “Something To Talk
About” and “I Can’t Make You Love
Me."
He isn't a big guy, and he doesn’t
have a big voice, just a light, floating
tenor. In an age of punk and heavy
metal, Paul Simon sings harmonically
and rhythmically rich melodies. The 49-
year-old Simon and a 7-piece band
drawn from five nations stepped on
stage in Central Park in New York City
for a concert.
As the school year began, Wilson
Phillips’ album sold over a million
copies in no time. The children of the
famed “Mamas and Papas” first hit the
charts last spring. From what the crit¬
ics said, they were worth waiting for.
Their music is a sweet mixture of easy
rock with great harmony patterns.
Singer Amy Grant has sold over 10
million records worldwide. She proudly
displays five Grammys in her home.
She recently hit the charts with the
hugely successful album -Heart in Mo¬
tion-. Her biggest hit is the number one
song “Baby Baby”.
Guitarist Nuno Bettencourt of the
rock group Extreme designates “Get
the Funk Out” as the Boston quartet's
theme song. Why not? The song from
the band’s second album -Extreme II- is
an irresistible blend of blazing guitars
and soaring four-part harmonies that
are mixed with everything from piano
to rap. Their first bit hit was “More
Than Words.”
PAUL SIMON
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EXTREME
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BROADENING HORIZONS
Wanna try? Trei takes a break from his
computer to give a questioning glance.
Trei Cooke helped out at PCC Graphics
Branch.
Now 1 get it! As a monitor looks on, Na-
mor Lebrón gets instructions on how to
use the copy machine. He worked in the
CJHS office.
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Taking a break, Aaron Lewter and his co¬
worker pose for a picture. Aaron worked
at the PCC Marine Bureau.


SHINY HAPPY
PEOPLE
“It’s hot”
"You noticed!"
"Pool? Beach? Sprinklers?”
"Air-conditioning!"
“Let’s do something interesting.”
"Like what? I want air conditioning."
“How about a movie?”
"Only if it's air conditioned."
“Get serious!”
"1 am serious!"
“School starts in four days! We need to do something spectacular, something
exciting, something . ”
Indoors. With some serious . . ."
"Air conditioning. Yes, I know." 1 can’t believe you’re so boring. Why did I ever come over
here anyway. I could be at the beach, or the causeway, or the slab, or the pool having
fun. Instead I'm over here bored to death doing nothing but arguing with the world’s
most stubborn person'"
"Run out of steam?"
"No, I just don’t feel like fighting; it’s too hot.”
"What do you feel like doing then?"
"Going inside to sit in the air conditioning.”
Amused, Olga Ramos watches television in one of her
classes. Many teachers took advantage of the school's audio¬
visual supplies as teaching aids, and to make subjects more
interesting to students.
Giddy-up. While at a YFC retreat, Shannon Doheny pauses for a
picture before riding off into the sunset. Renting horses was a
must for many people who visited Panama's lovely beaches.
Thumbs up. Ms. Gardill shows her approval of Parent’'- Sight
activities. Parent's Night was a great opportunity for parents to
meet teachers and see their child's progress.
Breaking the rules. While at a girl's soccer game. Jessica San¬
chez listens to music on her Walkman. The school rule forbidding
Walkmans was probably the one most often broken

Secretary Alix Puech, President Ramon da Pena, Vice-President Michelle Baker
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CLASS OF 199
Beating The Heat
Here we are, a bunch of brave seniors standing out in the broiling
sun, having walked all the way (on an empty stomach, even) to the
Administration Building stairs. Although we complain of our hunger
and discomfort, we know this picture is an important part of our final
year together as a senior class. It’s this kind of patience through
unpleasant situations which will help build our endurance for the
many obstacles that lie in our future path. Hopefully, When we look
back at our smiling faces, we’ll remember all the good times of our high
school years that helped make us who we are today.

Alfonso Abrego: Soccer, Football,
Baseball, Basketball, Band.
Ana R. Amell: "Ana Raquel"; Dance
Team. "I would like to have a success¬
ful career In Fine Arts and be all 1 can
be."
Karen J. Adams: .IROTC Bushmaster
Commander, Powder Puff, Swimming
Team, Soccer. "I love you Casey and
Chris."
Helen 1. Anderson
Ruben E. Alvarado: Spanish Club. "I Walter Amedee: "Tito"; Basketball,
want to be a lawyer and study mar- Cougar team captain and MVP.
keting.”
Sara B. Anderson
Teodoro A. Arias III: "Trey”
Alexander Arosemena: "Fulo”; "My
future goal is to work in a government
job."
Osvaldo M. Arosemena: "1 hope to
either join the Air Force or go to col¬
lege. I want to be a CAD."
Michele K. Baker: "Mish"; Senior
Class V.P., Ecology Club Treas., Soc¬
cer, Volleyball, Basketball. “Liese and
Dawn-Thanx for the fun times and
long talks.”
Enrique Barker: Tennis, Soccer, Dra¬
ma Club, ROTC, Best usher guard of
the year JROTC. "I would like to go to
the Univ. of Tx. at Arlington and ma¬
jor in Business Administration."
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James N. Beattie: Football, Baseball, Jonathan Benjamin: Basketball.
Volleyball
Steven A. Betrisey: '‘Steve"; Football,
Track, Swimming, Drama, Thespian,
Spanish Club, BHS, NHS, SHS. "M.v
future goal is to be accepted into a
selective university and try to get in
Med. school or aviation."
Jose A. Bodkin Jr.: "Tony"; JROTC,
SADD, French Club, Soccer. "Peace".
Carlos A. Bennett: Track and Field,
Soccer. “Love, peace and hair grease.
See ya!”
Rachel C. Bottin: Cheerleading
coach, Soccer, Volleyball, BHS, Ecol¬
ogy Club, French Club. "Don’t do any¬
thing Rachel wouldn't do." “The War¬
rior is my hero!"
Rachel Berger: Cheerleading, BHS,
Spanish Club, Track, Swimming, God-
spell, Guys and Dolls, Charlotte's Web,
Thespian, NHS.
Cecy L. Brayton: Manager for Foot¬
ball, Baseball, Soccer, Ecology Club.
Lesley E. Briem: Bulldog Manager - Carl B. Bristol: “Tempest rocks the Dana Brown: Red Machine Tennis Adam W. Brunner
Football, Basketball, Cayuco Race, C.Z."
Soccer, Albrook Riding Club.
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James D. Cain: “Ratt"; JROTC Rifle
Team, Drill Team, Usher/Color guard,
French Club, SADD, Alpha Co. First
Sgt. Company Commander 91-92.
Jerry S. Cantu: Soccer, Cayuco Race.
“I'm going to college and study Engi¬
neering."
Luis N. Cairo: French Club, Baseball,
Basketball, Football. "I hope to be¬
come a pilot in the armed forces.”
Juan Cantu
Chad M. Callahan: Basketball, All-
Isthmian, Balboa Black Awareness
Club V.P. “I will graduate by any
means necessary!"
Celso A. Carbonell III: "He did it all."
Tyrone D. Cannida: “K.A.N.E."; Step
Club, A, B, Cya! “Out of here, like bell
bottoms!”
Roger W. Carpenter: “Stash: 1"; "I
plan on becoming a commercial artist
or a fashion designer."
Paul A. Carrola: Drama Club, "Fu¬
ture U.S. Marine and basically an all
around nice guy."
Temple J. Castro: Advanced Band,
Honor Band, SADD, Photo Club. "I'd
like to thank Yanick & Star for a
super year. God bless you! '92 rules!!”
Yajaira M. Chase: Dance & Jazz
team, Volleyball, Track, Spanish Club,
Afro-American Club, SADD, Home¬
coming.
Roberto A. Chiari
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Edgardo A. Chong: JROTC Rifle
Team. “My goal Is to complete my
senior year and obtain a Master's De¬
gree in Business Administration."
Illana Chow-Kai: Spanish Chib,
French Club, Drama Club, BHS, Fash¬
ion Show. "Thanks to all my friends
for a wonderful year.”
Kiran Chugani: NHS, BHS, French
Club and Photo Club Sec., Yearbook,
Thespian, Ecology Club, Parakeet.
"Believe in your dreams and let love
live forever."
Donaldo Clark
Heather Clary: Ecology Club, SADD,
French, Spanish, Drama, Letterman’s
Club, Track, Basketball, Swimming,
Volleyball. "Special thanks to my fam¬
ily and all my friends in the world.
Alix, Hill, Mom, etc."
C.A. ColweU: Crimestoppers, Basket¬
ball, Voc. Ed. Award. “In the future I
would like to go places.”
Steven Conway: (Folk 2) Cougar
Football, Step Club. “I’ll see you
around like I don't know ya."
Chris Cook: Football, Cayuco Race
Charles Cooke: "My future goal is to Bron Cornett: "Red Dog"
travel to the strawberry fields and
find tangerine trees and marmalade
skies. Whoa ..."
Solbrett Cowes: Spanish Club, Drama Walter Crouch
Club, Thespian. “Charlotte’s Web”,
"Little Mermaid", "Doctor in Spite of
Himself. "I enjoy playing guitar and
piano. I plan to go into International
Business and Compose Music."

Nicolas A. D’Anello
Brenda N. Davila: French Club,
Photo Club. "I wanna be filthy rich -
I'm just glad to get out of here!"
Ramon Da Pena: Senior Class Pres.,
BHS, SHS, Photography Club, V.P.
Swim/Dive Team, French Club,
SADD, Model U.N., Yearbook Photog¬
rapher, Soccer Manager.
Shondala M. Dawkins: "Shon":
Track, Basketball.
Joao Da Costa: "Professor Nuts";
“Parties, reggae music and the latest
clothes are my passion."
Khitan L. DeVine: "The man with the
plan.”
Cinara 1. Diez: Volleyball, Softball. “I
plan to study law.”
Hosea M. Dixon Jr.: "Peanut But¬
ter"; Red Machine Football.
Shannon M. Doheny: Photo Club, Co-
Editor Yearbook Photography, Youth
for Christ. “My future goal is to be¬
come a famous photographer."
Henry K. Daquip: “Gizz”; Select
Choir, Red Machine Basketball team
Cpt.
Rattan S. Dhaliwal: S-2, S-5 JROTC
Staff. "My goal is to get my PHD in
Business Economics at Harvard."
Matthew J. Dreckman: Green Devils
Football. "My plans are to go to col¬
lege and study engineering."
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Brian K. Dugan: Photography,
Cayuco “My goal is to get rich."
Claudine M. Eckerle: NHS, BHS, SHS,
Computer Club Co-Sec., Ecology Club,
Track, Baseball and Soccer Manager.
Karen A. Eckerle: Ecology Club Vice-
Pres., NHS Sec., BHS, SHs| Track, Red
Machine Soccer Manager.
Thomas L. EUis: Cayuco Race- first
place, Football, Baseball, Golf, Surf¬
ing. "I like to go out with 'Just Us’.”
Carlos Febus: “Jungle Truck"; Base¬
ball. Track and Field, Spanish Club,
Photography. “The ‘Gawbidge’ Posse,
CAP."
James T. Fehrenbach, Jr.
Shawn P. Fitzgerald: "Mouse"; Foot- Terrell E.L. Flanigan
ball, Track, Baseball- All-Isthmian,
Soccer, Battalion Commander, ROTC,
Rifle Team, Cayuco Race, NHS, BHS,
Close-up.
Germaine M. Floria: “Germ"; "1 like
beaches, parties, reggae and salsa mu¬
sic.”
Keeley Elgin: Photo Club. "My future
goal is to become an archaeologist."
David B. Fisher: NHS, BHS, Track,
Soccer, Ecology Club. Band, JROTC,
Rifle Team. "1 want to attend the
Univ. of Notre Dame and win the lot¬
tery. I love you, Steph.”
Jennifer S. Fonken: Star
Chorus, Honor Chorus. Phot
“Thanks to all my friends and I’ll be
forever young."

Belkis M. Galvez: "Cookie”; Photogra¬
phy, BHS, Spanish Club, Computer
Club, Ecology Club, Excellence in Edu¬
cation Award. Goal-To be an Engi¬
neer.
Robert L. Gaylord
Maria E. Garcia: French Club, Busi¬
ness Club, BHS, Soccer, Football Man¬
ager, Volleyball Manager. “See ya!”
Amiri C. George: Volleyball, Swim¬
ming, Track, Model UN, Honor Chorus,
S.A. President, Photo Club, French
Club, SADD. “I hope to be a successful
international lawyer.”
Shannon E.M. Garmen Gabriel A. Garrido: Drill Team Com¬
mander, SCM of JROTC. "I plan to join
the Air Force.”
Jason D. Gittens Kerry L. Gomez: BHS Band Treas.,
Ecology Club Sec., National Honor So¬
ciety, Biological Honor Society, Span¬
ish Honor Society, Red Machine Soc¬
cer, Spanish Club.
William Gonzalez: Bulldog Football,
Soccer. “My future goal is to be a
professional soccer player or an avi¬
ation mechanic.”
Kathryn M. Goodwin: "Katie"; Red
Machine Cheerleader Cpt., Tennis,
Cayuco Race, Biological Honor Society,
Spanish Honor Society, Drama Club,
Computer Club. “Thanks Brian, Jen¬
ny, and Aileen for the great memo¬
ries."
Chad 0. Graham: Volleyball, Foot¬
ball, Photography Club. "My future
goal is to succeed in life."
Stephanie A. Grecco: National Honor
Society, Biological Honor Society,
SADD, Ecology Club, Spanish Club,
French Club. “I plan to attend Jack¬
sonville Univ. in Fla. and major in
Marine Biology or Communications."
104

Thetia Hall: Basketball, Soccer, Soft-
ball, Boys Baseball, Volleyball, Letter-
man's Club, French Club. Future goal:
“To be happy and successful in what¬
ever I choose to do.”
Jon D. Hanna: Surfing, Cayuco Race,
Football. “It’s not over till it’s over."
Julia A. Hattabaugh: Ecology Club,
Tennis, Volleyball.
Joy M. Hauser: Basketball, Soccer,
Volleyball,
Anne-Liese Heinichen: Ecology Club
Pres., French Club, Swimming, BHS,
Volleyball. “Mish, we made it!! Dawn,
only 2 more years to go!"
Christine C. Helm: “Cris”, BHS Band
(Sec,), MIS Vice-Pres., Ecology Club
Treas., BHS.
Angelina Hernandez
Manuel A. Herrera: Basketb:.! "it's
all in the attitude."
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Teresa E. Herrera: "Red"; Basket¬
ball.
Nien Lon Hsieh: “Nairron".
Shugo Himeno: Tennis.
Allison J. Huff: Ecology Club, Cheer¬
leader, Soccer, Cayuco Race, Volley¬
ball, 199U Homecoming Princess. “I
plan to attend college at the Univ. of
West Fla. and study Occupational
Therapy."
Christopher B. Hovan: Football,
Baseball, Volleyball.
Edmund W. Howell: "Eddie"; Red
Soccer, Track, Swimming, NHS Pres.,
BHS, SHS, Computer Club, Letter-
man's Club, Ecology Club, Comp. Sci.
Award, Math Award.
James Hulick.
Malina Jacobowitz.
Aileen D. Jenkins: "Queen"; Volley¬
ball, Jamboree Queen, Red Machine
Football Manager, Photo Club.
Thomas E. Johnson: Ecology Club,
French Club, Baseball, Youth for
Christ. "My future plans are to travel
to all the surf spots around the
world."
Jennifer L. Jones: Spanish Club,
French Club Fashion Show. “1 hope to
attend USC and study marketing.
Thank you for all the wonderful
times; Rita, Jessica, Rina and someone
very special.”
Jaime J. Joseph: JROTC, Chorus.
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Angela K. Keeling: BHS. Ecology
Club, Softball, Tennis, YFC. "Psalm
113:3”.
Kevin J. Keiser: "Kev"; Soccer, Base¬
ball, Track, Cayuco Race, Computer
Club. Letterman's Club, Ecology Club,
BHS V.P. "My goal is to become a
successful businessman."
Jeremiah J.K. Krage: "Sapo": Ecol¬
ogy Club Pres., BHS, Drama Club, Peer
Helper, YFC. “I plan to pursue a ca¬
reer in either the Biological or Eco¬
logical Sciences."
Stephanie L. Kuhn: Yearbook, Para¬
keet, Ecology Club. “Thanks N.U.,
E.P., R.P. and J.K.; love ya Dave!"
Bryan G. Kemp: BHS, NHS, Football,
Soccer, Swimming, Computer Club,
Cayuco Race, Peer Helper, Band, Or¬
chestra. "But WHY???”
Stephen R. Kupec: Swim Team, Foot¬
ball, Future goal: Go to college in the
states and then get a job writing com¬
puter games."
Rebecca A. Kirkland: "Becky”; Year¬
book, Library Asst.
Jon M. Lavallee: Model U.N., Comput¬
er Club, Swimming, Yearbook, Para¬
keet, BHS, Ecology Club. “After col¬
lege, 1 plan to study computer and
information sciences."
Lionel A. LawTence: "Leo": Baseball. Gwendolyn Lawson: French Club, Namor Lebrón
“My goal is to be a thoroughbred Cougar Volleyball "C-ya!"
trainer."
Lisa M. Legere: Letterm
Ecology Club, French Clul S i i1
Sec., Drama Club, Peer Helper. MHS,
Sw im Team, Volleyball. "I plan to join
the FBI after college- watch out
world! Thanks Mom and Dad."
107

Maribel I. Lewis: BHS, Computer
Club, Ecology Club, Spanish Club,
French Club. “In the future I would
like to become a veterinarian."
Aaron T. Lewter: "Flinn”; "Mr. In¬
visible", Assistant Manager of TEM¬
PEST, Parakeet.
April M. Liehr: NHS, BHS Sec., Com¬
puter Club Pres., Photo Club Treas.,
Spanish Club Vice-Pres., Ecology Club,
Tennis, Honor Band.
Patrick L. Lincoln II: “Pat”; Base¬
ball, Football. “My future plans are to
attend P.C.C. for a year." "Pat is rad.”
Amy R. Longacre: “Rae"; Basketball,
Softball, SADD.
Cenira Lopez: “Ceni"; Football and
Basketball Manager, Soccer, French
Club, NHS, BHS, SADD, Photo Club,
Yearbook, Business Club, JROTC.
“Live every day as if it were the last."
Elvira Lopez Shannon B. Lord: Basketball, Track,
Spanish Club, SADD, Photo Club,
French Club Fashion Show. "My fu¬
ture goal is to have a successful ca¬
reer in International Affairs. Thanks
Chola & Rican for making my High
School years the best!"
Lidia E. Lou: Biological Honor Soci¬
ety, Ecology Club, Photo Club, Com¬
puter Club, Spanish Club/ French
Club, Select Chorus. “I plan to major
in business & computers.”
Jose A. Love: “Chief"; Football.
nobert J. Luttrell: Honor Chorus,
Thespian, Computer Club, JROTC.
“An undecided mind seeks adventure,
I wish the class of '92 the stars.”
Margaret E. Maddox: “Lisa"; Green
Devils Baseball Mngr., Business Club
Officer, "The Corner Crew". "I love
Kevin Barnes!”
108

Ana C. Marrero-Lopez: "Anita"; "To
ill you immigrants, and you know
who you are, this year is over!! ... so
how did it go?"
Christian E. Martinez: "Droga";
French Club, Business Club. "I want
to become a Reggae singer and an
advertisement executive."
Ricardo A. Martinez: “Rick"; Foot¬
ball, Baseball, Surfing. "My future
goals are to attend Art school and
become a graphics art instructor. I
will be surfing until I am 101!”
Darla R. McConaughy: Drama Club,
Biological Honor Society. "My future
goals are to marry Paul Dmytrewycz,
have lots of kids, and be happy!"
Judy M. McConnell: Photography
Club, Track, Swimming. "Alex, Yvette
and Angi - Thanks for a great year!”
Dwight D. McKabney: Yearbook,
Newspaper, Photo Club, Spanish Club,
Computer Club, Boy Scouts. Future
goal: Go to college and acquire a Bach¬
elor’s degree in Political Science.
Lorena C. Milanes P.: SHS, Spanish Christina Mills Angela M. Mitchell: "Angie”; Band,
Club, Photo Club, Yearbook, Parakeet,
CWE. “Thanks to my real friends for
being there . . . you know who you
are."
Honor Band, SADD Sec., Soccer, Span¬
ish Club, Ecology Club, Parakeet, Peer
Helper, French Club, Computer Club.
“Dreams come true through ambi¬
tion." Future goal: to become a psy¬
chologist.
Stephen H. Martini Jr.: Volleyball,
Soccer, Cross Country, Drama Club. “1
plan to attend Midwestern Univ. in
Texas."
Rebecca S. McWhirter: Volleyball,
Dance Team, Jazz, and Tap. "Smile
and the whole world smiles with you.”
“I plan to go to Oklahoma Univ. and
study Child Psychology. I hope one
day I will open a dance studio.”
Rita R. Molina: SHS, Spani i C!ub.
“In the future 1 plan to attend college
at PCC and then continue m;. -tudies
in Fla. "Thanks to my friends Jessica,
Jenny, Jen, and Rina for all the great
moments together."

Giselle E. Morales: “Gigi"; Ecology
Club, Computer Club, French Club,
French Club Model.
Cherie A. Mumma: Dance Team,
Ecology Club, Soph. Class Sec., Track
and Field.
Casey R. Morris III: Basketball,
Black Culture Awareness Club, Com¬
puter Club.
Yira Y. Muse: NHS, BHS, SADD,
Track, Swimming, Basketball, Cayuco
Race, Parakeet, French Club. “Lots of
love to my 'extended family'; thanx
for all the great times!"
Charles H. Morris: "Charlie"; Ecology Tristan M. Morrissey
Club, SADD.
Fabiola I. Navarro: Computer Club,
French Club, Soccer, SADD, Ecology
Club. "1 plan to study in the medical
field."
Jennifer L. Navarro: “Jenny”; SADD
Computer Club, BHS, SHS, Spanish
Club, Yearbook, Cheerleader, Varsity
Volleyball; Manager, Cayuco Race,
Princess - Homecoming & Prom,
"Thanks Kate."
Scott Needling: Needles", Soccer,
Track. "I want to give special thanks
to my mother for always hanging in
there and always believing in me. I
love you!" Goal - to finish high school
and then college.
Theresa M. Nelson: “T", Cayuco,
Cheerleader, Track. “I'd like to wish
all my Senior friends the best of luck
in the future."
Melinda M. Nicholls: "Meli', Black
Culture Awareness Club, JROTC. Fu¬
ture goals - graduate from high school
and go to college.
Mayra E. Nieves: NHS, BHS, SHS,
Homecoming Princess, Volleyball,
Tennis, Football manager, Spanish
Club, Jr Class President.
110

Micheál Q. Nissenbaum
Rosalina Nixon: “Popy"; Goal-become
a cosmetologist and hope all my wish¬
es come true.
Tabitha M. Norton: ' Tab"; Yearbook,
CWE, SADD Sec., Football Manager,
Ecology Club. “Thanks to everyone for
all the memories I wish Paula
had stayed to see this day finally
come for us all!!!”
Yanick G. Olton: "I would like to
thank Star, Nalsi, Fina, Norma, Shan¬
non, Jessica, Popy, Karen, etc. for
a great year. C-ya!"
Eric L. Paredes: NHS, SHS, BHS, Ecol¬
ogy Club Pres., Drama Club, Spanish
Club.
Pedro F. Penalver
Rachel A. Petersen: SADD, Honor
Chorus. "The corner crew", "All
stressed out and no one to choke."
"RAGA", "My friends, I love you."
Rebecca A. Petersen: NHS, BHS,
Computer Club Vice-Pres., Spanish
Club, Letterman’s Club, Swim Team,
Volleyball, Close-Up, Band, Honor
Band, “Guys and Dolls" backstage
band. “Love to Ayesha, April, and Na¬
omi."
Julio A. Peterson: “Bronze"; Basket¬
ball, Baseball, “Peace!"
Jaime G. Oakley: "Jimmy"; Red Ma¬
chine Football, Cayuco Race, Spanish
Club, SHS, BHS. “Pata y Palo".
Charles E. Perez: “Eddie"; Red Ma¬
chine Football
Gregory M. Pierce: “Grc..
Pres., Yearbook, Parakeet, Ecology
Club, Letterman's Club. Spanish Club,
Drama Club, Thespian, French Club,
SADD, Swim Team.

Eyda V. Pineda: Volleyball, Swim
Team Manager, Dance Team, French
Club, BHS, S.A. "Best of luck to the
friends that made my Senior year wild
and unforgettable,"
Olga E. Ramos: Winter Track, Stu¬
dent Senate, Class Officer, SADD,
Yearbook, Tri-Hi-Y-Blue. "Thank you
to all the people who made my senior
year."
Ana Rosa Rivera: Consumer Math
Award. “I want to be a very famous
clothes designer.”
Alix Pueeh: “Franchute": Senior
Class Sec., French Club President,
Spanish Club Princess, Swimming,
Basketball, Don Connor Award, BHS.
Maria I. Quezada: Ecology Club, BHS,
SADD, Computer Club, French Club,
Spanish Club, Soccer.
Carlos B. Quintero: "Doctor"
Yearbook Co-editor, NHS Treas.
BHS, SHS, Spanish Club Pres., S.A
Treas., Jr. Class Sec., Prom Princi
1991, Tennis, Soccer, Football
Cayuco. “In the future I plan h
pursue a career in medicine."
Teresita Rand: “Teresa”: Thespian,
Drama Club, Select Chorus, Ecology-
Club.
Aristides Rezex: Bulldog Soccer. "1
plan to graduate and maybe go to a
Junior college.”
Bette M. Ritchie: NHS, BHS, Com
puter Club, Cougar Football Mar
ager, Tennis, Cayuco Race, Yeat
book, Presidential Academic Fil
ness Award.
Donald W. Rivera: "Don"; Soccer, Marcus Rivera Morris L. Rivera: Baseball, Ecol
Skateboarding. ogy Club, Photo Club, Parakeet
BHS, Computer Club, Physic:
Award, Analysis Award. Goal- ti
be a rich doctor.
112

Roberto Rivera Armando A. Roach: "Diamond" Matthew E. Robertson: BIK Vice-
Pres., Spanish Club, Computer Club,
BHS, SHS, NHS, Bulldog Football -
Most Dedicated Player, Swim Team-
All- Isthmian, Model U.N., Letter-
man’s Club.
Evan M. Rodaniche: Lead singer
of TEMPEST.
Alexandra K. Rossan: Alex"; NHS,
)rama Club Sec., Swimming, Thespi-
in, Play Production, Ecology Club,
('earhook. "Angie, Judy, and Yvette-
hanks for a killer time."
Melissa Del C. Royo: NHS, BHS,
Spanish Club, Honor Chorus. “To the
Class of 1992 - Pax Vobis!”
Richard A. Samson: Photo Club Pres.,
French Club Vice-Pres., Computer
Club Treas., Yearbook Photo Editor,
Tennis, Volleyball. "Stealth".
Yutaka Sasagawa: Computer
Club. "My future goal is to be a
computer engineer."
Jessica M. Schaw: Spanish Club, SHS.
"I thank my friends Rita, Rina, and
Jenny for all the great memories."
Goal - attend college and then contin¬
ue at a university in the states."
Wilford E. Schulz: "Willy", Track
and Field. "Hippie Salad"
Jessica Sanchez: "Rican, Jes”; Soc¬
cer, Volleyball, Computer Club, Photo
Club, Ecology Club. “To my two cho¬
las- thanks for making my H.S. years
memorable." Goal- to become a pilot
or doctor.
Illeanna Shoemaker: Pla: "Rumpt
stiltskin", hang with Rose and Venus
and ALL the guys. “Class of ’92
rocks!"

Ayesha A Siddiqi: Spanish Club,
Ecology Club, Computer Club Co-Sec.,
BHS, ÑHS, SHS, Track, Journal Club.
Becky M. Sollami: BHS, SHS. "I plan
to be a veterinarian."
Douglas C. Strong: "Dougie", Spanish
Club, Computer Club, Lettermen's
Club, Soccer All-Isthmian, Baseball,
Tennis, Football, Cayuco Race. Goal-
To be a successful businessman.
Harchand K. Singh: Baseball, Basket¬
ball, Volleyball.
Ramon S. Sirias Jr.: "Monchito",
Football, Baseball.
Angela R. Smith: "Angie"; Track,
Softball, Volleyball, Basketball.
Lee Ann Sponberg: NHS, SHS, BHS-
President, Ecology Club, Drama Club-
Stage Manager, Thespian Society,
Varsity Swimming-All Isthmian Team,
Volleyball. “Someday I hope to do
medical research in space."
Elizabeth D. Stadler: “Beth”, SADD, Vicki I). Stern: Business Club, Swim-
Honor Chorus, "The Corner Crew". ming, Soccer, Track. “I plan to go to
USC."
Adela Tartaglia: Business Club, Bull¬
dogs Soccer, Bulldogs Boy's Soccer
Manager. "Thanks to my 'grandma',
‘mom’, 'tia', and the rest of my 'fam¬
ily' for a great year."
Michele Tassell: Drama Club, Plays,
Fashion Show, SADD, Swimming, Vol¬
leyball Manager. “See all ya lovely
people when I’m rich and famous.
Best of luck to the best of friends:
Yira Muse and Uliana Shoemaker."
Josefina N. Tejada: “Fina", "To my
Pooh & all the fishes: Thanks for the
laughs. Thanks Shannan & Jes. I'll
always remember the stupidity of the
cooler. Choasito Baby! Wow-it's final¬
ly over!"
114

Liz D. Toledo: "Dianne', Spanish
Club, Soccer.
Karen N. Toppin: BHS, NHS, Peer
Helper, Yearbook, Parakeet, Select
Chorus, Honor Chorus. "I hope to pur¬
sue a career in medicine. May all of us
accomplish what we set out to do."
Mary J. Tutzauer: “Marijuana", Ze-
phyrus, Spanish Club Vice-Pres., Dra¬
ma Club. Goal-to major in Fine Arts
dedicating my life to the same. "All is
fair in love and war so chill baby!!!"
Venus M. Valdez: "I love Unique!
Hanging with Ill, Rose, and ALL the
guys! Class of '92 rocks!"
Augusto Velasquez: “Gus", Business
Club, French Club, Music Award.
Goal-to be a Salsa singer.
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Jazmín A. Vergara: "Jaz", Drill
Team, Bushmaster, Delta Co. XO.
Goal-to go to college and then join the
Air Force.
Brenda M. ViUamil: BHS, Spanish
Club, French Club, Photo Club, Busi¬
ness Club, CWE.
Alison M. Vowell: “Peacequeen,
WARRIOR, Granola", Ecology Club,
Photo Club, Green Devil’s Football
Manag. Goal-to revolutionize the
world
Angilee Wall: "Angie", SADD, Ecol¬
ogy Club, Drama Club, Thespian, Soc¬
cer. "Alex, Yvette, and Judv-thanks
for an awesome year "
Naomi L. Unger: BHS, NHS, Ecology
Club, Thespian, Drama Club Pres.,
Honor Chorus. "All my love to E.P.,
L.S., R.L., R.P., and J.K."
Andres A. Villalobos: Baseball, Foot¬
ball, Wrestling, Boxing.
Deika M. Wallace: "1 plan to gra¬
duate, go to San Antonio, and study
medicine."
115

Brenda L. Walsh: Soccer, Basketball,
Junior Class VP/Sec, Prom Commit¬
tee, Homecoming, S.A. Sec., Parakeet,
Basketball Manager. "If you can imag¬
ine it, you can achieve it; If you can
dream it, you can become it."
Shameeka S. Westf'Brooklyn Girl”;
Basketball, JROTC, Chorus, Black Cul¬
ture Awareness Club, BHS, Academic
Excellence Medal, All-American
Scholarship Program Award. "I plan
to go to college and get into the medi¬
cal field."
Michael S. Womble
Fernando F. Ward: Computer Log
Certificate. “I would like to accom¬
plish my goals in engineering."
Michio Watanabe: Football, Volley- Douglas H. Weeks
ball, Baseball, Track, Swim Team.
Collieace M. White: "Lisa"; “I wish
everyone a great future and to suc¬
ceed in life. I also leave all the fine
fellas. I also want to thank my par¬
ents. And to my husband, Marcus
Shefer, /LOVE YOU!!with my heart!"
Carmen L. Wong
Daimon White: Black Culture Aware¬
ness Club, Basketball, Bravo Co. Com¬
mander, JROTC, Drill Team Exec. Of¬
ficer. Goal- to become an officer in the
Armed Forces.
Yvette M. Wilde: “Wilde Child"; NHS,
BHS, Yearbook Co-Editor, Soph. Vice-
Pres., Drama Club, Thespian. "Alex,
Angie, and Judy, thanks for a great
year!”
Scott D. Wood: BHS, SHS, NHS, Ecol¬
ogy Club Sec., Tennis, Presidential
Academic Fitness Award. "I plan to
attend a University in the states, and
major in either Law or Business Mar¬
keting." "Thanks to K.K., S.E., K.E.,
C.E., E.H., K.G., and C.H."
Kohsuke Yoshimoto: Bulldog Soccer,
Ecology Club. "Save the Earth! Yoshi
was here.”
116

¡ A
The Jungle Crew. This is what happens when forming
a pyramid fails. Aileen and Jimmy are on the right
track, but poor Mayra keeps falling down. Allison,
Tristan, Rachel and Ali decide to just relax! •
Tarzan and Jane. What better way is there for sen¬
iors to beat the heat? Brian Dugan and Katie Good¬
win relax at Rocky Falls.
On the way home from an exciting
day at Taboga, Olga Ramos tells an
excited Rachel Berger about a danger¬
ous encounter with a killer minnow.
Row, row, row your boat. Carlos Febus
attempts to emulate Christopher Co¬
lumbus, but the only thing he discov¬
ers is the bottom of the sea.
117

Artwork By Evan Rodaniche



How about some salt with that? Anne-Liese Heinichen would rather eat her shoe than lose a
game of soccer.
Don’t hassle with Tassell Michele is having fun in the sun at Taboga.
120
How’s the food, Jenny? Jenny Navarro expresses her opinion on the cafeteria food.
n’t believe it! Vira Muse hears the news that she passed Mr Thale s Physics exam.
Great minds at work. Carlos Quintero, Greg Pierce, and Kevin Keiser contemplate one of life’s
little challenges a post-it note.
121

Everly Adams Patricia Alaniz Walter L. Allen Luke D. Anderson Bernardo E. Archibold
Marco A. Austin Phaedra L. Ave-Lallemant Geraldo L. Barber Steven R. Barnes
Sasha W. Barrera
Tony F. Bieker
Rochell P. Blades
Erin S. Blagg
Nicole C. Blanc
Michele Bleau

Michael J. Bleichwehl Ana H. Bowler Jonathan Brassfield Daniel R. Bright Domiciano Broce
Eric N. Butler
Juan C. Canjura
Iluminada M. Cantu
La'Shanda D. Carver
Heidi N. Casperson
Victoria E. Chen
Francisco Choy
Julie N. Church
Tannia Colon
Yaira L. Colon

Roger A. Demas Eric J. Diaz Esther L. Downs Kurt E. Drozd Saray A. Dunn
Dinah R. Eastham Leslie A. Ellerson Frank R. Ender Julia I. Espinosa Victor M. Esposito
124

Jay G. Fullerton Cynthia M. Fulsom Carl S. Gale Carla B. Garcia Robert A. Garcia
Joel M. Gibbs
Brandon L. Gibson
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Oscar M. Gifford
Nathaniel A. Gladding
Jessica D. Gold
Shannon C. Golembiewski Roberto Gomez Daniel Gonzalez Holleigh L. Gordon Michelle D. Grandstaff
Ida L. Hale
Brian L. Hardsaw
Luis C. Guerrero
Marco R. Guillen
Ranier R. Guzman

Ryoichi S. Hasebe Erin C. Hatchett Herica S. Headley Pamela E. Hemm Nancy M. Henderson
Alejandro Hepburn Vladimir Herrera Gretchen M. Hess Jason M. Hildreth Caroline C. Hinkle
Fletcher J. Hirom Su Ylm Hoeber
Matthew D. Hogan
Stacie L. Honeycutt Victoria A. Hopkins
[BVhT'SBmtf
Alison M. Howard
Jui-Mlng Hung
Joanne M. Hunt
James H. Jackson
Shelly T. Johnson

Laurie V. Jones
Michael D. Jordan
Ta-wei Kan
Chris W. King
Jarrod T. Kirksey
Carlos F. Lam
Marilyn L. Lancaster
Amoz L. Leeb
Scott J. Leffler
Tomoyuki Kobayashi
Jason A. Lloyd Michele L. Lookliss David A. Lopez Humberto Lopez Salvador B. Love
Troy E. Loyd
William J. Luttrell
Rosadely Malave
Johanna A. Manzanares
Marizol Manzanares

Gustavo A. Marquez Juan A. Martinelli
Trinity T. Martinez Blake McDaniel Danielle M. McQueen
lan A. Merkel William C. Merriweather Alberta T. Meyers Berta A. Mezua Timothy B. Michel
Dean A. Mills
Dayoe Mishiro Justine D. Mishler Michelle Mizrachi
Candy M. Modelo
Rina R. Molina
Rebekah C. Montgomery
Michael G. Morgan
Raymond H. Morris
Erika I. Moyers

Sandra M. Nevarez Humberto Nicholls Tara M. Norton
Chieko Numata Armando Nunez
Dielta S. Oakley Lionel A. Obert Kevin A. Olandese Patricia E. Ortiz Jose A. Padilla
129

Shawn B. Patty
Margarita C. Pearce Robert F. Pederson Joseph R.A. Peoples
Gabriela A. Pinto Patrick G. Pratt Michelle M. Propst Alfredo S. Richards
Dana L. Petrosky
Catherine E. Rigby
130

Lawrence J. Ryan Esky J. Samaniego Kara E. Sanchez Teresa Santa Rosa Sofia Santiago
Katherine T. Sears Laura Segura Karen G. Shadeck Benjamin J. Shaha Aisha L. Sherrod
131

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Bryan J. Smith Christopher A. Smith Delia M Solis
David B. Stader Erine M. Starnes
Renea C. Stanchfield Anthony A. Staton Tyson A. Straub
Liana M. Surdi Dai Takahashi
Doris M. Terrell
Derrick D. Thompson
Jacqueline M. Thompson
Taichi Toki
Marlon I. Torres
132

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Samuel Torrez-Irizarry Daniel M. Toth Hellen Tremblay Yessica Tunon Quint P. Underwood
Rossaue J. Ward
Natalie E. Watkins
Marianna C. Webb
Melissa S. Webb
Lottie 1. Welch

Joseph D. Fentress
Dawn E. Keays
Yoko Nakagawa
Adriel Calo Christine A. Dittl Kathy M. Dittl
Carlos A. Estevez
Raul 0. Garcia Rejoyce L. Hanson
Alejandro Hernandez Jonathan H Hoffman
Nelson Kuan Robert L. Lloyd Chelsey E. Morrell Eric A. Morris
134

Felicita Rosado James S. Smith Richard W. Smith Christina Thompson Michael J Vaughn
Stacey L. Wells Frank Westgate Adam J. White Harry L. Williams Reynaldo Williams
Tamiko M. Williams Brian L. Williamson John M. Williford Michael J. Wing Fritz G. Wint
NOT PICTURED
Allen G. Blaney
James C. Colteryahn
Everett L. Grundon
Evelisse Guadalupe
Omecca D. Howard
Roberto Rivera
Noemi E. Roman
Helmut F. Roner
Kathia L. Smart
Damaris M. Velazquez
Arie Zafrani
Daniel Zimmerman

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Surfs Up. Every Wednesday at BHS the Eng¬
lish Department takes time out for SURF-Sus-
tained Uninterrupted Reading for Fun! These
Juniors can be found reading even when it’s not
a SURF day!
Alfredo Richards (top photo)
Nicole Blanc (Bottom photo)
Joel Gibbs
136

Wait a second, he's my date. Soccer coaches Ingrid Skous-
gard and Malina Jacobowitz argue over the cute little half¬
back.
Ta Da! In a moment’s break
from cheerleading practice.
Vicki Hopkins stylishly stums
us a jazzy pose.
137

Juniors
Almost There
You're joking! Lunchtime is always a great
time for kidding around with friends as Car¬
los Lam demonstrates wearing a broad smile.
Get it just right. Deep in concentration, Craig
Fishbough perfects his chemistry experiment
with his partner, senior Judy McConnell.
138

Jamming with friends, Kevin Haeusser shows
his skill with an electric guitar. Music was a
popular hobby among many students.
Laugha-day. Following a different version of
an old proverb, Tara Norton proves that
laughter really is the best medicine.
139

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CLASS OF 1994
142

Anthony L. Aird
Andrea Alvarado
Roberto A. Abrego
Juan P. Acevedo
Raul Alicea III
Cristobal Alvarez
Indira Alvarez
Donovan J Arias
Karl S. Arnold
Octavio S. Arroyo
Ronald D. Arroyo Lopez
Jennifer J Ascano
Lana M. Asuncion
Gabriel J. Bacot
David R Bailey
143

Alicia A. Bevington
Brandee S. Boring
Dawn E. Bilgray
Anthony C. Borowicz
Benjamin J. Boyle
Ricardo M. Blenman
Andrea D. Brandenburg
Stacey Boozer
Jasskel B. Brassfield
144

Ross E. Brayton
Fermín I. Broce
Deron Brooks
Marlene T Bustamante-Herrero
Hugo Jaime Cabrera
Nilda Ivette Camacho
Rigoberto Carrera
Asleep in Class? (surely not). Sophomore Gabe Bacot closes his eyes in concentration while he ponders the
meaning of life.
Monique A. Carbonell
Carlo M. Castillo
Maria Castrellon
Migdalia L. Castro
Jeffrey A. Caughie
Joel W. Chaky
Itzel N. Chang
145

Norman D. Charleville III
Anthony V. Cooksey
Carlos D. Cobham
Dannie C. Cooper
Veronica R. Chatman
Chelsea M. Coffey
Heather Cooper
David Tae-Sung Choi
Melanie E. Cooper
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Jessyka M Clark
Lourdes M. Constante
Carrie Corona
146

Ricky A. Croyle Jr.
Alvaro R. Cruz
Hoyt A. Cruze III
Laura J. Cuthbert
Stephen J. Daily
Robert Davis III
Girlie C. De La Cruz
Stephanie A. Dean
Horacio A. Decerega
Carlos E. De Leon
Luis C. Diaz
Sean P. Donnelly
Susan M. Doughty
Lawrence M Dreannan
What do you mean we have a test? Like many other students, Emerson Machtus finds himself unprepared
time to cram.
147

Walter Fernandez
Luis A. Frias
Susan A. Ganziano
Jerry Ellingsen
Michael C. Fisher
Alexander Feliu
Jonathan R Fleenor
Ricky R. Driskell Jr.
Kmil.v R. Gardin
Ronald J. Garrido
Melissa A. Fulton
Erika C. Garriga
Paul Fischbach Jr.
Bronwyne J. Frith
Howard W. Fulsom
Aracelly D. Frederick
Joshua R. Gale
Roberto E. George
Arnold G. Ferguson
Raymond Luis Echevers
148

Shawn C. Golembiewski
Dinorath P. Grajales
Erika K. Gonzalez
Marcos H. Gonzalez
Elbert Grant Jr.
Emil S. Griffin
Elbert Grant has a little friend looking over his shoulder, making sure he
stays on task.
Carla V. Guerra
Anabel Gundin
Alvaro E. Gutierrez
Joe A. Gutierrez
Grady Hale
149

Robert L Henriquez
Jose A. Hernandez
Adding “pep” to the pep rally, Dinorath Grajales checks out her poster at the Jamboree pep rally.
Victor 0. Hernandez
Vanessa E. Hernandez
Garth E. Higgins
Finley W. Hill
William S. Hinkle Jr.
Jolanda E. Holder
Michael A. Holmstrom
John L. Howell
Amir Humo
Ching-Yeh Hung
Jessie Husband
Chrysta L. Hutchinson
150

Brad E. Isbell
Adam 0. Jaeobowitz
Chauna C. Jennings
Susannah Johnson
Timothy R Johnson
Juanita Ann Jordan
James R. Jungenburg
Megan J. Kelly
Sharol K Kellv
Teralee R. Kemp
Tammy L. Kimball
Adrienne J. Kinghorn
Jeanette V Knisley
Joel N. Krage
Arthur R. Krapfl Jr.
Michelle A. Kuo
Anne M Lang ill
James T. Eantry
Teri M. haw
Brian L. Lawrence
151

Tatiana Llach
Jennifer C. Lloyd
Rahul D. Long
Joel Lopez
Joseph P. Lopez
Cesar 0. Lou
Scott A. Lowry
The question on every guy’s mind: That one hair keep it or shave it Guess which one Russell Wilson
chose.
152

Emerson Machtus
Christine M. Maduro
Karina E. Manning
Jesse P. Marotta
Douglas C. Marquardt
Ami L. Marribitt
Carlos H. Martinelli
Danny L. Martinez
Lucila V. Martinez
Audra A. Matheney
Bobbie M Mayle
Daphne D. McWhorter
Ryan D. McConaughey
Brandi E. McDonald
Liza T Mendieta
Karen P Meyer
Dexter A Michael
Nichelle M. Miller
Clement S. McFarlane Jr
Milton McKay
153

Thomas T. Mitcham
Melissa R. Molinar
Jahaira Montalvo
William Thomas Moore
Nishawne J Moran
Okay, who put the super glue on the poster? Kathy Pierre and Ana Sherry run into problems as they work on W'esley A. Nicholls
their Homecoming Showcase.
Nayda J. Nieves
154

Peter J. Norman
Cedric-Jacques Obert
Joseph J. Olivares
Henry 0. Ollendick
Javier A. Osorio
Daniel Padilla
Gelsy E. Pantoja
Leonardo Paredes
Jessica R Penkoske
William D. Peterson
Mindy B Petrucci
Jennifer L. Pownall
Adam G. Piaquadio
Jerome 0. Price
Katherine L. Pierre
Nicole L. Profis
William H. Pohl
Tyler R Quinn
Carlos A. Poveda Jr.
David C. Rainey
155

Heidi M. Ratliff
Peter A. Rivas III
Heather 0. Reasonover
Robert F. Reyes
Christopher J. Riley
Carmen E. Rivera
Teresa L. Rivera
Jeniffer Roach
Latoya T. Riñes
Joniseff M. Robinson
Cascade D. Roubik
Brian T. Rowley
Ingrid L. Romagnoli
Ivan Rodriquez-Mesa
Lisa M. Rojas
156

Ernesto Schnack
Marie A. Schulz
Shawn K. Scott
Morgan Seppy
Crest or Colgate? Osamu Tada flashes his pearly whites.
Enrique R. Smith Drake H. Sprague Valerye M. Spratling Amanda C. Spurlock Desiree A. Squire
157

Can’t I graduate this year? Unfortunately for sophomores like Howard
Fullsom, two years can sometimes seem like a lifetime.
Jessica A. Staha
Crystal S. Sterf
Eddie Stanford
Brian M. Swenty
David G. Stanziola
Jenilee A. Szymanski
Osamu Tada
Jennifer L. Tafe
Carlos M. Tapanes
Johanna N. Tate
Amanda H. Terrell
April L. Tippins
Martha S Tola
Christopher S. Thomas
Toumani T. Thomas
Jonn E. Thompson Jr.
158

Jomoore K Toney
Jennifer L Ullrich
Nathan E. Traywick
Shem D. Unger
Marcia Tunon
Henry B. Twohy II
Melissa A. Upton
Anthony C. Usera
Vanessa L. I horchak
Elisha C. Vaissiere
Richardo Valdes-Hernandez
Gabriela Valencia
Free at last! Anxious to get on the bus that will take her to the YFC retreat, Nicole Profis contemplates over
the devious plans for the upcoming weekend away from Mom and Dad
Jocquilyn C. Vigay
Michelle C. Versailles
159

Heather C. Whalen
Jessica L. White
Stephanie A. White
James J. Wilson
William P. Wing Jr.
Jaime Wolf
Raquel i. Wolf
Marcus J. Worcester
Russell W. Wilson
Jonathan 0. Wright
Evelio M. Wyatt
Dilcia Y. Yanez
Jennifer Young
Joseph R. Zornes
Jesse Thompson
160

Ritto Ballesteros
Kevin Cadiz
Naomi Le Gate
Warren Mobley
Harvard? McDonald's? The Bahamas? At the college fair, sophomores and Teralee Kemp wonder about their futures and express mixed feel-
Ivan Rodriguez, H B Twohy, Lisa Rojas, Valerye Spratling, ings about leaving high school.
People not pictured: Stephen Acuna, Tanya Arocho, Toybe Bennett, Carole Bourbeau, Kevin Cadiz, Omar Cardona, Tarina Cordoba, Cristina Del
Hoyo, Riley Donoho, Raymond Estupinian, Georgia Fehrenbach, Kenneth Gray, Paul Johnson, Corey Jones, Jennifer Lipinski, Warren Mobley Jr., Luis
Orande, Brenda Ortiz, Brian Pierce, Carlos Pinzón, Kendra Price, Napoleon Reyes-Gertes, David Shirley, Suzanne Trippany, Riuw Watanabe,
Benjamin Wemhoener-Cuite, Chung Dar Yu.
161

Susan Bernasconl
Joe Brown
Calvin Bruer
Rafael Chen
Geri Dee
FACULTY AND
162

ADMINISTRATION
Felix Figueroa
Amelia Fisher
Julianne Gardill
Cecilia George
Camille Gibson
163

Penny Halvorsen
Raymond L. Heiskel
Joyce Hanson
Dana Hinkle
Ernest Holland
Ralph Howell
Jose Jaen
Richard Johnston
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Judy Lavallee
Nancy Manchester
ENLIGHTEN OUR
“I just love Back to School Night!” Mr Fendrick shares a smile and his enthusiasm with
parents.
Pass or Fail? Mr. Waugh looks on while Mrs. Lavallee and other parents take an economics
quiz.

Wilma Monlouis
Deanna Petersen
David Seitz
Lastenia Pimentel
Mayra Seitz
Frances Morrissey
Laura Roa
Cleve Oliver
Opt. Steven Sanchez
Dorothy Piper
MINDS AT BHS
Rita Sosa
Carol Sponberg
Bruce Thale
Ed Tyner
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Pat Alvarado
Sydney Corbett
JoAnn Gettys
Gretchen Lamb
Judy Severson
Mariette Staha
David Young
Gotcha! Mrs. Othon gets a snack and a little some¬
thing to drink at the Sophomore bake sale during
Parent’s Night.
Font of Knowledge. Ms. Lamb exhibits her “Lit¬
erature" spirit as she displays her costume during
the Halloween costume contest.
166

Our Administrator's: Principal:
Mr. Holland and Assistant Princi¬
pal: Mr. Anderson keep BHS in
great shape! They have worked
hard to implement the latest in
cooperative teaching through the
Peer Coaching program. Both of
our leaders have an “open-door”
policy. Students and faculty are
always welcome to visit them and
share ideas. Their favorite pas¬
time is sharing football “war”
stories and “double-teaming” cer¬
tain coaches! Both have children
who are BHS alumni, both began
their teaching careers as P.E.
coaches, both are “former” foot¬
ball coaches. (However, each
year they quietly boost opposing
teams!) So you can see, even our
Principals work “Cooperatively!”
That’s a vital part of the success
of any school. The yearbook staff
thinks that's just another plus
about BHS: The Principals!
Mr. Carlos Donalicio is our efficient Office Secretary. He
â– eally does a lot to keep BHS running smoothly. You can find
lim playing racquetball in his spare time and many Satur-
lay’s he's been known to raid the yearbook room’s food
supply!
Mrs. Sylvia Baptiste runs the Atten¬
dance office. Though not a very pop¬
ular job for anyone, she handles her¬
self with grace and dignity.
Mr. Guillermo “Guido” Stevens is the Assistant
Office secretary. You can find him whistling a
happy tune in the halls as well as at the XEROX
machine!
167

Class Clowns
Aileen Jenkins and Jimmy Oakley
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Most Likely To Succeed
Eddie Howell and April Liehr
Best Looking
Steve Betrisey and Allison Huff
168

Most Dependable Best Dressed Friendliest
David Fisher and Claudine Eckerle Greg Pierce and Yvette Wilde Jenny Jones and Chad Graham
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Most Athletic
Shawn Fitzgerald and Joy Hauser
Most Talented
Rachel Berger and Robert Luttrell
Most School Spirited
Ramon da Pena and Alix Puech
169

Congratulations Claudine And Karen
Two of the dearest and most wonderful daughters
in the world. May your future be even brighter
and happier than your past.
With all our love,
Mom, Dad and Cheryl
170

Friends Forever
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Morgan, Alice, Joanne, Allison, Jill, Caroline, Natalie

Grandma loves you
sooo much!
We have so many memories of
the things you’ve said and
done, and your place within
our hearts is a very special
one. We are so very proud of
you!
Love you,
Mom, Dad & Nicole
SHAWN,
BEST WISHES FOR A WONDERFUL LIFE.
WE LOVE YOU! MOM, DAD, AND TARA

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CARL EVAN WALT
. . . KEEP ON ROCKIN'!
LOVE,
WE PARENTE
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Angela Marie Mitchell
The unknown future rolls toward you. Follow your dreams,
work hard, don’t quit and you will succeed.
Love, Mom, Dad, Paul and Billy
Congratulations
Lee Ann
We love you!
Mom, Dad
& David
Lee Ann dponberg
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We love you,
We’re proud of you,
and support you
all the way.
Dad, ITIom, Brian y filari
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Chris,
For wishes made upon a star
For making it this far
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are. . .That’s why we love
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A
ALFONSO ABREGO - 35, 40, 50, 98
ROBERTO ABREGO - 35, 143
JUAN P. ACEVEDO - 143
STEPHEN J. L. ACUNA
EVERLY ADAMS - 122
KAREN J. ADAMS - 98
ANTHONY L. AIRD - 143
PATRICIA ALANIZ - 65, 122
RAUL ALICEA III - 143
WALTER L. ALLEN - 122
ANDREA ALVARADO - 70, 143
RUBEN ALVARADO - 98
CRISTOBAL ALVAREZ - 143
INDIRA ALVAREZ - 143
WALTER AMEDEE - 40, 50, 51, 98
ANA R. AMELL - 98
HELEN I. ANDERSON - 98
LUKE D. ANDERSON - 122
SARA B. ANDERSON - 98
BERNARDO E. ARCHIBOLD - 35, 122
DONOVAN J. ARIAS - 143
TEODORO A. ARIAS III - 81, 98
KARL S. ARNOLD - 34, 50, 143
TANYA AROCHO
ALEXANDER M. AROSEMENA - 98
OSVALDO A. AROSEMENA - 98
OCTAVIO S. ARROYO - 143
RONALD D. ARROYO-LOPEZ - 143
JENNIFER J. ASCANO - 143
LANA M. ASUNCION - 143
MARCO A. AUSTIN - 41, 122
PHAEDRA L. AVE-LALLEMENT - 22,
37, 122
RICARDO J. AZCARATE - 35
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GABRIEL J. BACOT - 143, 145
DAVID R. BAILEY - 143
MICHELE K. BAKER - 24, 42, 83, 98
RITTO F. BALLESTEROS - 31. 40, 160
BRENT A. BALZER - 70, 147
THADDEUS BANKS - 143
GERALDO L. BARBER - 40, 122
ENRIQUE BARKER - 98
RAUL A. BARRERA - 143
SASHA W. BARRERA -122
BRIAN J. BARRIS - 67, 143
CARLOS A. BARTER - 41, 122
IRVING G- BARTON JR. - 122
DAMARIS J. BATISTA - 50, 143
BRIAN B. BAUER - 144
PATRICK J. BEARD - 41, 122
JAMES W. BEATTIE - 27, 35, 99, 176
DANIEL BEITIA - 144
JONATHAN BENJAMIN - 40, 99
CARLOS A. BENNETT - 99
TOYBE I. BENNETT
RACHEL J. BERGER -15, 36, 46, 64, 65,
66, 99, 117, 169
JORGE A. BERMAN - 35, 122
TERESITA M. BERREZUETA - 70, 14
BRENDA BERRIOS - 134
SAMUEL BERRIOS JR. - 47, 64, 67, 70,
71, 75
MARELY BERRIOS - 99
STEVEN BETRISEY - 15, 35, 60, 64, 66,
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KENT M. BETTS - 35, 144
MINOSKA A. BIANCHINI - 122
TONY F. BIEKER - 53, 61, 122
DAWN E. BILGRAY - 34, 144
ROCHELL P. BLADES - 61, 82, 122
ERIN S. BLAGG - 65, 122
NICOLE C. BLANC - 42, 59, 64, 65, 83,
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MICHELE BLEAU - 122
MICHAEL J. BLEICHWEHL - 35, 48, 123
RICARDO M. BLENMAN - 144
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STACEY BOOZER - 75, 144
BRANDEE S. BORING - 144
ANTHONY C. BOROWICZ - 144
RACHEL C. BOTTIN - 43, 99
CAROLE M. BOURBEAU - 43, 48
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JASSKEL B. BRASSFIELD - 144
JONATHAN BRASSFIELD - 143
CECY L. BRAYTON - 99
ROSS E. BRAYTON -144
LESLEY E. BRIEM - 35, 99
DANIEL R. BRIGHT - 13, 25, 50, 51, 123
CARL B. BRISTOL - 99, 174
DOMICIANO BROCE -123
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DERON BROOKS - 145
DANA BROWN - 99
ADAM W. BRUNNER - 99
CINDY BRYANT - 58
MARLENE T. BUSTAMANTE-
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KEVIN CADIZ -160
JAMES D. CAIN - 66, 100
LUIS N. CAIRO - 34, 41, 100
CHAD M. CALLAHAN - 40, 100
ADRIEL CALO - 134
NILDA IVETTE CAMACHO - 17, 34, 37,
61, 145
JUAN C. CAN JURA 0 40, 123
TYRONE D. CANNIDA - 41, 64
ILUMINADA M. CANTU - 43, 123
JERRY S. CANTU - 100
JUAN R. CANTU - 100
CELSO A. CARBONELL - 60, 100
MONIQUE A. CARBONELL - 145
OMAR CARDONA
ROGER W. CARPENTER - 100
RIGOBERTO CARRERA - 145
PAUL A. CARROLA - 100
LA SHANDRA D. CARVER - 123
HEIDI N. CASPERSON - 123
JOSE CASTANEDA - 61, 123
CARLO M. CASTILLO - 145
JUAN R. CASTRELLON - 22
MARIA CASTRELLON -145
AQUILES A. CASTRO - 70, 123
MIGDALIA L. CASTRO - 20, 145
TEMPLE J. CASTRO - 60, 61, 71, 100
JEFFREY A. CAUGHIE - 64, 145
MIGUEL A. CEDENO - 123
JOEL W. CHAKY - 60, 145
ITZEL N. CHANG - 70, 145
MICHAEL D. CHARLES - 35, 61, 123
NORMAN D. CHARLEVILLE III - 146
YA JAIRA CHASE - 100
BRUCE A. CHASTAIN -146
VERONICA R. CHATMAN - 13, 40, 146
VICTORIA E. CHEN - 41, 123
ROBERTO A. CHIARI - 100
DAVID TAE-SUNG CHOI - 146
EDGARDO A. CHONG - 101
ILIANA CHOW-KAI - 61, 66
FRANCISCO CHOY - 123
TURAN M. CHUGANI - 19, 25, 60, 61, 64,
65, 66, 67, 70, 72
JULIE N. CHURCH - 123
JESSYKA M. CLARK - 146
MARTHA O. CLARK - 146
DONALDO CLARKE - 78, 101
HEATHER A. CLARY - 70, 71, 101
CARLOS D. COBHAM - 146
CHELSEA M. COFFEY - 64, 67, 146
JESSIE C. COLEMAN - 111
RAVEN J. COLEMAN
CURTIS J. COLLIER - 10, 146
TANNIA COLON - 123
YAIRA L. COLON - 123
JAMES C. COLTERYAHN - 42, 135
CHRISTOPHER A. COLWELL - 101
DAVID G. CONCEPCION
SHAWN D. CONLEY - 72, 124
LOURDES M. CONSTANTE - 146
LENWOOD S. CONWAY JR. - 34, 100
CHRISTOPHER J. COOK - 35, 101
CHARLES H. COOKE III - 92, 101
ANTHONY V. COOKSEY - 35, 41, 146
DANNIE C. COOPER - 146
HEATHER COOPER - 146
MELANIE E. COOPER - 146
LEONARDO H. CORDOBA
TARINA B. CORDOBA
BRON J. CORNETT - 101
CARRIE A. CORONA - 146
CHRISTOPHER D. CORRIGAN - 35, 146
SOLBRETT COWES - 42, 64, 65, 70, 102
CAMILLE S. COWGER - 75, 124
HOLLY J. CRAIG - 146
JOHN H. CRESPO-11, 146
CHAD A. CROUCH - 146
GUTHRIE CROUCH
WALTER E. CROUCH III - 8, 101, 174
ANGHELA M. CROWDIS - 70, 146
RICKY A. CROYLE JR. - 147
ALVARO R. CRUZ - 147
ELVIA M. CRUZ - 124
JONATHAN CRUZ - 49, 124
HOYT A. CRUZE III - 147 191

LAURA J. CUTHBERT - 147
D
NICOLAS A. D’ANELLO -102
RAMON da PENA - 15, 22, 60, 66, 70,
102,169
JOAD A. DACOSTA - 102
STEPHEN J. DAILY - 66, 147
JOSE R. DANYELO
HENRY K. DAQUIP - 102
ADRIAN M. DAUENHAUER
BRENDA N. DAVILA - 5, 10, 102
ROBERT DAVIS III - 35, 64, 147
EDWARD W. DAWKINS JR. - 40, 61, 64,
124
SHONDALA M. DAWKINS - 40, 102
STEPHANIE DEAN - 147
GIRLIE C. DE LA CRUZ - 147
KHITAN L. DE VINE - 40, 78, 102
KERRI L. DEAN
HORACIO A. DECEREGA - 35, 147
CRISTINA M. DEL HOYO
CARLOS E. DELEON - 147
ROGER A. DEMAS - 20, 124
RATTAN S. DHALIWAL - 102
ERIC J. DIAZ - 35, 124
LUIS C. DIAZ - 146
CINARA I. DIEZ - 61, 100
CHRISTINE A. DITTL - 134
KATHERINE M. DITTL - 134
HOSEA M. DIXON JR. - 23, 102
SHANNON M. DOHENY - 70, 95, 102
SEAN P. DONNELLY - 34, 147
RILEY D. DONOHO - 35, 134
SUSAN M. DOUGHTY - 60, 70, 147
ESTHER L. DOWNS - 124
MATTHEW J. DRECKMAN - 35, 81, 102
LAWRENCE M. DRENNAN - 147
RICKY R. DRISKELL JR. -148
KURT E. OROZD - 124
BRIAN K. DUGAN - 4, 70, 81, 103, 117
SARAY A. DUNN - 11, 12, 18, 60, 124
E
DINAH R. EASTHAM - 4, 37, 124
RAYMOND LUIS ECHEVERS - 148
CLAUDINE M. ECKERLE - 15, 60, 65,
66,103,169,170,179
KAREN A. ECKERLE - 65, 66, 103, 170,
179
KEELEY M. ELGIN - 103
LESLIE A. ELLERSON - 34, 37, 61, 65,
124
JERRY L. ELLINGSEN - 60, 148
THOMAS L. ELLIS - 32, 35, 103
GINA A. ELLISON
FRANK R. ENDER - 124
DOYN S. EPPERSON - 72
JULIA I. ESPINOSA - 124
VICTOR M. ESPOSITO III - 35, 124
CARLOS A. ESTEVEZ - 34, 134
MICHELLE L. ESTRADA - 42, 124
RAYMOND Z. ESTUPINIAN
SAUL A. ESTUPINIAN - 124
CARLOS FEBUS - 24, 50, 70, 81, 103, 117
GEORGIA M. FEHRENBACH
JAMES T. FEHRENBACH JR. - 103
ALEXANDER FELIU - 40, 47, 148
JOSEPH D. FENTRESS - 72, 134
ARNOLD G. FERGUSON - 148
WALTER FERNANDEZ - 148
PAUL FISCHBACH JR. - 148
CRAIG S. FISHBOUGH - 11, 34, 61, 70,
124,138
DAVID B. FISHER - 15, 60, 65, 66, 75,
103,169
MICHAEL C. FISHER - 148
SHAWN P. FITZGERALD - 10, 35, 65, 66,
103, 169, 172
ARLISA L. FLAGG - 60
JONATHAN R. FLEENOR - 148
GERMAINE M. FLORIA - 103
JENNIFER S. FONKEN - 103
OMIRA FONTANEZI - 124
ARACELLY D. FREDERICK - 148
LUIS A. FRIAS - 148
BRONWYNE J. FRITH - 148
HONORAY V. FRITH - 124
JAY G. FULLERTON - 125
CYNTHIA M. FULSOM - 66, 125
HOWARD W. FULSOM - 66, 148, 158
MELISSA A. FULTON - 48, 148
G
CARL S. GALE - 17, 18, 34, 66, 77, 125
JOSHUA R. GALE - 64, 66, 71, 75, 148
BELKIS M. GALVEZ - 60, 71, 79, 104
SUSAN A. GANZIANO - 148
CARLA B. GARCIA - 125
MARIA E. GARCIA - 6, 10, 20, 61, 66, 104
RAUL O. GARCIA - 134
ROBERT A. GARCIA - 34, 125
EMILY R. GARDIN - 148
SHANNON E. GARMON - 104
GABRIEL A. GARRIDO - 109
RONALD J. GARRIDO - 148
ERIKO C. GARRIGA - 66, 148
ROBERT L. GAYLORD - 24, 104
AMIRI C. GEORGE - 104
ROBERTO E. GEORGE - 34, 35, 41, 50,
148
JOEL M. GIBBS - 125, 136
BRANDON L. GIBSON - 35, 61, 125
OSCAR M. GIFFORD - 64, 125
JASON D. GITTENS - 104
NATHANIEL A. GLADDING - 125
JESSICA D. GOLD - 125
SHANNON C. GOLEMBIEWSKI - 125
SHAWN C. GOLEMBIEWSKI - 49, 149
KERRY L. GOMEZ - 60, 65, 66, 104, 17Í
ROBERT GOMEZ - 35, 125
DANIEL GONZALEZ - 125
ERIKA K. GONZALEZ - 149
MARCOS H. GONZALEZ -149
WILLIAM GONZALEZ - 35, 104
KATHRYN M. GOODWIN - 4, 17, 36, 6(
71, 104, 117
HOLLEIGH L. GORDON - 125
CHAD O. GRAHAM - 35, 104, 169
DINORATH P. GRAJALES - 28, 43, 48,
49, 67, 142, 149, 150
MICHELLE D. GRANDSTAFF - 125
ELBERT GRANT JR. - 149
KENNETH B. GRAY
STEPHANIE A. GRECCO - 70, 71, 104
RONALD L. GREEN JR. - 15, 104
EMIL S. GRIFFIN - 149
EVERETT L. GRUNDON - 23, 61, 64, 1
EVELISSE GUADALUPE - 135
CARLA V. GUERRA - 70, 149
LUIS C. GUERRERO - 35, 125
MELISSA L. GUICE - 105
MARCO R. GUILLEN - 125
ANABEL GUNDIN - 7, 42, 43, 66, 149
ALVARO E. GUTIERREZ - 50, 149
JOE A. GUTIERREZ - 149
RANIER R. GUZMAN - 125
H
KEVIN HAEUSSER - 60, 105, 139
GRADY HALE - 23, 35, 149
IDA L. HALE - 125
OLEN F. HALE JR. - 149
CARLOTTA D. HALL
THETLA L. HALL - 42, 105
JON D. HANNA - 34, 105
REJOYCE L. HANSON - 61, 64, 65, 72,
134
BRENT R. HARDSAW - 35, 40, 50, 149
BRIAN L. HARDSAW - 35, 40, 125
MICHAEL A. HARRIS - 149
RYOICHI S. HASEBE - 126
ERIN C. HATCHETT - 25, 64, 65, 83, 12
JULIA A. HATTABAUGH - 105
MICHELA B. HATTOX - 9, 22, 64, 71,
149
JOY M. HAUSER - 7, 42, 43, 65, 105, 16
HERICA S. HEADLEY - 126
ANNE-LIESE K. HEINICHEN - 25, 43,
60, 66, 105, 120
CHRISTINE C. HELM - 60, 66, 105, 17£
PAMELA E. HEMM - 126
NANCY M. HENDERSON - 64, 65, 126
JOHN J. HENRIQUEZ - 149
ROBERT L. HENRIQUEZ - 150
ALEJANDRO HEPBURN - 71, 126
ANGELINA HERNANDEZ - 60, 71, 105
JOSE A. HERNANDEZ - 150
ALEJANDRO HERNANDEZ JR. - 126,
134

VICTOR O. HERNANDEZ JR. - 64, 150
VANESSA E. HERNANDEZ - 64, 150
JANUEL A. HERRERA - 40, 41, 105
"ERESA E. HERERA - 106
VLADIMIR HERERA - 126
1RETCHEN M. HESS - 126
1ARTH E. HIGGINS - 150
íASON M. HILDRETH - 35, 126
TNLEY W. HILL-41, 150
iHUGO HIMENO - 106
CAROLINE C. HINKLE - 10, 20, 27, 35,
36, 42, 61, 67, 126,
70, 171
VILLLAM S. HINKLE JR. - 150
^LETCHER J. HIROM - 64, 65, 126
!U YIM HOEBER - 126
ONATHAN H. HOFFMAN - 134
JATTHEW D. HOGAN - 126
OLANDA E. HOLDER - 150
JICHAEL A. HOLMSTROM - 150
¡TACIE L. HONEYCUTT - 61, 64, 65,
126
ON A. HOPKINS
TCTORIA A. HOPKINS - 36, 125, 137
CHRISTOPHER B. HOVAN - 31, 32, 51,
93, 106, 178
LLISON M. HOWARD - 46, 61, 126
MECCA D. HOWARD - 135
CDMUND W. HOWELL - 15, 29, 60, 65,
66, 70, 106, 168
UHN L. HOWELL - 65, 150
HEN-LON HSIEH - 106
1LLISON J. HUFF - 10, 11, 26, 36, 65,
106, 117, 168, 171,
.86, 188
ÍAMES HULICK - 93, 106
MIR HUMO - 150
1HING-YEH HUNG - 150
FUI-MING HUNG - 60, 125
ÍOANNE M. HUNT - 35, 36, 65, 126, 171
ÍESSIE HUSBAND - 40, 150
CHRYSTA L. HUTCHINSON - 150
I
3RAD E. ISBELL - 35, 151
J
IAMES H. JACKSON - 126
\DAM O. JACOBOWITZ - 151
MALINA JACOBOWITZ - 64, 65, 106,
137
ULEEN D. JENKINS - 6, 13, 28, 106,
117, 168
[CHAUNA C. JENNINGS - 151
PAUL W. JOHNSON - 40
SHELLY T. JOHNSON - 9, 28, 126
SUSANNAH JOHNSON - 151
rHOMAS E. JOHNSON - 35, 65, 66, 106
riMOTHY R. JOHNSON - 22, 41, 53, 65,
66, 151
COREY L. JONES
JENNIFER L. JONES - 84, 106, 169
LAURIE V. JONES - 127
JUANITA ANN JORDAN - 60, 76, 151
MICHAEL D. JORDAN - 127
JAIME J. JOSEPH - 106
JAMES R. JUNGERBERG - 151
TA-WEI KAN - 127
DAWN E. KEAYS - 65, 134
ANGELA K. KEELING - 60, 65, 107
KEVIN J. KEISER - 47, 50, 65, 66, 107,
121,172
GUY C. KELLAM
MEGAN J. KELLY - 67, 151
SHAROL K. KELLY - 151
BRYAN G. KEMP - 42, 49, 60, 107, 173
TERALEE R. KEMP - 36, 142, 151, 173
TAMMY L. KIMBALL - 151
CHRIS W. KING-41, 127
ANDRIENNE J. KINGHORN - 43, 64,
151
JARROD T. KIRKSEY - 35, 73, 127
JEANETTE Y. KNISLEY - 151
TOMOYUKI KOBAYASHI - 35, 47, 127
JEREMIAH J.K. KRAGE - 9, 25, 53, 60,
64, 65, 67, 107
JOELN. KRAGE-64, 151
ARTHUR R. KRAPFL JR. - 35, 50, 151
NELSON KLAN - 134
STEPHANIE L. KUHN - 15, 65, 67, 75,
81, 107
MICHELLE A. KUO - 35, 49, 66, 67, 75,
151
STEPHEN R. KUPEL - 35, 107
L
CARLOS F. LAM - 61, 66, 127, 138
MARILYN L. LANCASTER - 127
ANNE M. LANGILL - 151
JAMES T. LANTRY - 151
JON M. LAVALLEE - 60, 65, 107
TERRI M. LAW-47, 151
BRIAN L. LAWRENCE - 151
LIONEL A. LAWRENCE - 50, 107
GWENDOLYN LAWSON - 29, 107
NAOMI S. LE GATE - 160
NAMOR LEBRON - 92, 107
CHRISTOPHER J. LEE - 152
KIMBERLY Y LEE - 61, 70, 152
AMOZ L. LEEB - 35, 127
SCOTT J. LEFFLER - 20, 59, 61, 64, 127
LISA M. LEGERE - 66, 67, 71, 107
MARIBEL I. LEWIS - 60, 65, 71, 108
AARON T. LEWTER - 93, 108
APRIL M. LIEHR - 48, 60, 65, 66, 70, 72,
108,168
TING KAI LIN - 61, 66, 152
PATRICK L. LINCOLN II - 50, 108
MELISSA A. LIPFORD - 152
JENNIFER M. LIPINSKI
CHRISTINE E. LIVELY - 49, 152
TATIANA LLACH - 49, 70, 152
JENNIFER C. LLOYD - 152
JASON A. LLOYD - 127
ROBERT L LLOYD - 30, 46, 134
RAHUL D. LONG - 70, 152
AMY R. LONGACRE - 30, 108
MICHELE L. LOOKLISS - 127
CEÑIRA LOPEZ - 16, 19, 20, 66, 108
DAVID A. LOPEZ - 35, 127
ELVIRA LOPEZ - 108
HANS M. LOPEZ - 108
HUMBERTO LOPEZ - 127
JOEL LOPEZ - 152
JOSEPH P. LOPEZ - 34, 152
SHANNON B. LORD - 6, 24, 108, 187
CESAR O. LOU - 70, 152
LIDIA E. LOU - 60, 61, 71, 108
JOSE A. LOVE - 108
SALVADOR B. LOVE - 127
SCOTT A. LOWRY - 152
TRENT E. LOYD - 152
TROY E. LOYD - 64, 65, 127
BRYAN N. LUGO - 35, 152
ROBERT J. LUTTRELL - 8, 64, 65, 85,
108, 169
WILLIAM J. LUTTRELL - 127
M
EMERSON MACHTUS - 153
MARGARET E. MADDOX - 61, 108
CHRISTINE M. MADURO - 37, 153
ROSADELY MALAVE - 66, 127
KARINA E. MANNING - 153
JOHANNA A. MANZANARES - 127
MARIZOL MANZANARES - 127
JESSE P. MAROTTA - 153
DOUGLAS C. MARQUARDT - 153
GUSTAVO A. MARQUEZ - 128
ANA C. MARRERO-LOPEZ - 109
AMI L. MAR IB TIT - 153
CARLOS H. MARTINELLI - 153
JUAN A. MARTINELLI - 128, 139
CHRISTIAN E. MARTINEZ - 61, 109
DANNY L. MARTINEZ - 153
LUCILA V. MARTINEZ - 153
RICARDO A. MARTINEZ - 50, 109
TRINITY T. MARTINEZ - 10, 21, 128
STEPHEN H. MARTINI JR. - 72, 109
AUDRA A. MATHENEY - 6, 35, 153
BOBBIE M. MAYLE - 153
RYAN D. MCCONAUGHEY - 35, 153
DARLA R. MCCONAUGHY - 109
JUDY M. MCCONNELL - 29, 109, 138
BLAKE MCDANIEL - 128
BRANDI E. MCDONALD - 65, 153
CLEMENT S. MCFARLANE JR. - 153
DWIGHT D. MCKABNEY - 20, 21, 67, 70,
109
JOHN A. MCKAY
MILTON MCKAY - 153
DANIELLE M. MCQUEEN - 128
REBECCA S. MCWHIRTER - 109
DAPHNE D. MCWHORTER - 153
LIZA T. MENDIETA - 153
IAN A. MERKEL - 66, 128
WILLIAM C. MERRIWEATHER JR. -

128
KAREN D. MEYER - 71, 153
ALBERTA T. MEYERS - 19, 65, 67, 70,
128
BERTA A. MEZUA - 128
DEXTER A. MICHAEL - 153
TIMOTHY B. MfCHEL - 128
LORENA C. MILANES - 27, 60, 66, 67,
70, 71, 109
NICHELLE M. MILLER - 153
CHRISTINA M. MILLS - 60, 109
DEAN A. MILLS - 70, 128
KAYOE MISHIRO - 128
JUSTINE D. MISHLER - 128
THOMAS T. MITCHAM - 35, 154
ANGELA M. MITCHELL - 60, 64, 66, 67,
70, 71, 109, 175
MICHELLE MIZRACHI - 128
WARREN V. MOBLEY JR. - 23, 160
CANDY M. MODELO - 64, 65, 128
RINA R. MOLINA - 128
RITA R. MOLINA - 70, 71, 109
MELISSA R. MOLINAR - 154
JAHAIRA MONTALVO - 60, 154
REBEKAH C. MONTGOMERY - 65, 128
WILLIAM THOMAS MOORE - 154
GISELLE E. MORALES - 42, 61, 71, 110
NISHAWNE J. MORAN - 154
RANDY G. MORENO - 154
MICHAEL G. MORGAN - 34, 128
CHELSEY E. MORRELL - 134
CHARLES H. MORRIS - 65, 110
ERIC A. MORRIS - 134
CASEY R. MORRIS III - 32, 35, 110
RAYMOND H. MORRIS - 35, 41, 50, 128
VERONICA L. MORRISON - 67, 154
TRISTAN M. MORRISSEY - 42, 60, 110,
117
ERIKA I. MOYERS - 128
CHERIE A. MUMMA - 84, 110
STEPHANIE M.M. MUNOZ - 154
YIRA Y. MUSE - 9. 60, 66, 71, 110, 121
SHARLENE L. MYERS - 12, 129
TORRIC T. MYLES - 40, 129
BRENT A. MYRICK - 154
TRINITY L. MYRICK - 129
N
YOKO NAKAGAWA - 48, 49, 134
NICOLE M. NASSIFF - 48, 154
FABIOLO I. NAVARRO - 65, 110
JENNIFER L. NAVARRO - 10, 17, 58, 60,
70, 71, 75, 110, 121
NORMA I. NAVARRO - 65, 71, 129
LOUISE M. NEALY - 154
SCOTT NEEDLING - 110
THERESA M. NELSON - 37, 110
RONDA L. NESSLER - 129
SANDRA M. NEVAREVZ - 64, 129
GREGORY S. NEVIN - 154
HUMBERTO NICHOLLS - 41, 129
MELINDA M. NICHOLLS - 61, 110
WESLEY A. NICHOLLS - 154
MAYRA E. NIEVES - 10, 13, 20, 34, 60,
110,117,168
NAYDA J NIEVES - 11, 43, 154
MICHAEL Q. NISSENBAUM - 111
ROSALINDA NIXON - 25, 61, 71, 111
PETER J. NORMAN - 155
TABITHA M. NORTON - 111
TARA M. NORTON - 35, 42, 61, 129, 139
CHIEKO NUMATA - 49, 129
ARMANDO M. NUNEZ - 129
o
DIELTA S. OAKLEY - 37, 42, 50, 129
JAIME G. OAKLEY - 10, 27, 35, 50, 111,
117
CEDRIC-JACQUES OBERT - 155
LIONEL A. OBERT - 129
KEVIN A. OLANDESE - 129
JOSEPH J. OLIVARES - 35, 47, 50, 66,
155
HENRY O. OLLENDICK - 66, 155
YANICK G. OLTON- 111
LUIS A. ORANDE - 35
BRENDA L. ORTIZ
PATRICIA E. ORTIZ - 129
JAVIER A. OSORIO - 155
JOSE A. PACHON
DANIEL PADILLA - 155
JOSE A. PADILLA - 129, 135
CHING I. PAl - 60, 129
JUAN C. PALACIO - 66, 129
GELSY E. PANTOJA - 155
MARTA I. PANTOJA - 129
ERIC L. PAREDES - 64, 65, 66, 70, 71,
81, 111
LEONARDO PAREDES - 60, 155
YONG SUK PARK - 61, 70, 129
GREGORY E. PARSONS - 129
SHAWN B. PATTY - 130
MARGARITA C. PEARCE - 6, 37, 130
ROBERT F. PEDERSEN - 130
PEDRO F. PENALVER - 111
JESSICA R. PENKOSKE - 42, 155
JOSEPH R.A. PEOPLES - 13, 130
CHARLES E. PEREZ - 35, 111
WALTER PERIGAULT
RACHEL A. PETERSEN - 70, 111
REBECCA A PETERSEN - 60, 64, 66, 111
JULIO A. PETERSON - 40, 111
WILLIAM O. PETERSON - 155
DANA L. PETROSKY - 130
MINDY B. PETRUCCI - 61, 155
ADAM G. PIAQUADIO - 155
BRIAN E. PIERCE
GREGORY M. PIERCE - 64, 65, 66, 67,
70, 71, 75, 111, 121,
169,177
KATHERINE L. PIERRE - 23, 70, 154,
155
EYDA V. PINEDA - 9, 10, 53, 60, 64, 66,
112
GABRIELA A. PINTO - 70, 71, 72, 75, 130
CARLOS J. PINZON
WILLIAM H. POHL - 35, 155
CARLOS A. POVEDA JR. - 64, 155
JENNIFER L. POWNALL - 17, 43, 155
PATRICK G. PRATT JR. - 13, 130
JEROME O. PRICE - 32, 35, 40, 155
KENDRA D. PRICE
NICOLE L.K. PROFIS - 66, 155, 159
MICHELLE M. PROPST - 30
ALEX PUECH - 15, 20, 21, 26, 60, 70, 81,
112
Q
MARIA I. QUEZADA - 60, 65, 71, 112
TYLER ROSS QUINN - 35, 155
CARLOS B. QUINTERO - 10, 20, 49, 60,
71, 75, 112, 121,
168,180
R
DAVID C. RAINEY - 155
OLGA E. RAMOS - 94, 112, 117
TERESITA RAND - 64, 65, 112
HEIDI M. RATLIFF - 156
KEATHER O. REASONOVER - 35, 156
MISTY D. RENFRO - 34, 37, 134
ROBERT F. REYES - 34, 156
NAPOLEON REYES-GERTES
ARISTIDES REZEX - 112
ALFREDO S. RICHARDS - 34, 35, 130,
136
CATHERINE E. RIGBY - 20, 70, 72, 75,
130
DWIGHT F. RIGBY
CHRISTOPHER J. RILEY - 156
JOSEPH D. RILLAMAS - 70, 130
LATOYA T. RIÑES - 9, 156
ELINDA A. RIOS - 130
BETTE M. RITCHIE - 48, 60, 66, 77, 80,
112
PETER A. RIVAS III - 156
ANAROSA RIVERA
CARMEN E. RIVERA - 156
DONALD W. RIVERA - 112
IVAN A. RIVERA - 35, 134
HECTOR M. RIVERA JR. - 130
MARCUS A. RIVERA - 112
MORRIS L. RIVERA - 60, 67, 70, 82, 112,
163
RICARDO A. RIVERA - 130
ROBERT A. RIVERA - 135
ROBERTO RIVERA - 113, 134
TERESA L. RIVERA - 156
ARMANDO A. ROACH - 113

JENNIFER ROACH - 156
JHOMAHARA L. ROACH - 130
MATTHEW E. ROBERTSON - 60, 66, 113
DALI LA D. ROBINSON - 130
DANIEL R. ROBINSON - 35, 130
JONISEFF M. ROBINSON - 156
NONI N. ROBINSON - 41, 64, 130
MICHAEL R. ROBISON - 50, 130
EVAN M. RODANICHE - 113, 174
IVAN RODRIGUEZ-MESA - 20, 34, 70,
142, 156
ELISA M. ROJAS - 43, 49, 156
INGRID L. ROMAGNOLI - 156
DANIEL Y. ROMAN - 156
NOEMI E. ROMAN - 135
HELMUT F. RONER - 135
FELICITA ROSADO - 135
JILL D. ROSCOE - 11, 35, 36, 61, 130,
171
ALEXANDRA K. ROSSAN - 64, 65, 66,
113
CASCADE D. ROUBIK - 156
BRIAN THOMAS BOWLEY - 34, 156
DEREK D. ROWLEY - 156
MELISSA C. ROYO - 5, 8, 20, 21, 60, 66,
70,113
REGINA RUFFIN - 131
DORIS M. RUIZ - 61, 131
MINOLKA RUIZ - 131
YASIER I. RUIZ - 50, 131
TIMOTHY C. RUTLEDGE - 131
LAWRENCE J. RYAN - 131
s
YUKO SAKAI - 60, 156
ESKY J. SAMANIEGO - 131
RICHARD A. SAMSON - 19, 25, 70, 75,
76, 113
EFRAIN E. SANCHEZ - 50, 156
JESSICA SANCHEZ - 43, 95, 113
KARA E. SANCHEZ - 61, 131
RACHEL C. SANGSLAND - 36, 47, 48,
156
TERESA SANTA ROSA - 131
BERNARDO SANTANA III - 156
SOFIA SANTIAGO - 131
ANTHONY J. SANTOS - 131
YUTAKA SASAGAWA - 79, 81, 113
JESSICA M. SCHAW - 70, 71, 113
LISA M. SCHEPPER
ERNESTO SCHNACK - 65, 157
LAUREN C. SCHULMAN - 24, 26, 50, 61,
70,131
MARIE A. SCHULZ - 157
WILFORD E. SCHULZ - 72, 113
SHAWN K. SCOTT - 41, 50, 157
EMMAT. SCRIBNER - 61, 131
JENNIFER L. SCRUGGS - 64, 65, 131
JASON A. SEALES - 7, 131
KATHERINE T. SEARS - 61, 64, 65, 66,
131
LAURA SEGURA - 131
MORGAN SEPPY - 35, 36, 157, 171
KAREN G. SHADECK - 64, 65, 131
BENJAMIN J. SHAHA - 34, 50, 61, 131
JOSEPH W. SHAHA - 34, 40, 46, 57
ALLISON V. SHERFEY
AISHA L. SHERROD - 42, 131
ANA L. SHERRY - 70, 154, 157
AMYC. SHIE-35, 157
HIROYUKI SHIONO
DAVID W. SHIRLEY
ILLEANNA SHOEMAKER - 113
AFSHEEN A. SIDDIQI - 58, 61, 65, 132
AYESHA A. SIDDIQI - 60, 65, 70, 71, 114
CARLO G. SIERRA - 61, 132
HARCHAND K. SINGH - 41, 50, 114
RYAN J. SINGH - 41, 60, 157
MELLANY N. SINGLETON - 132
RAMON S. SIRIAS JR. - 35, 114
INGRID M. SKOUSGARD - 132, 137
MICHAEL D. SLAVEN - 132
ERIKA E. SMALL - 137
KATHIA L. SMAT - 135
ANGELA R. SMITH - 114
BRYAN J. SMITH - 34, 132
CHRISTOPHER A. SMITH - 132, 137
ENRIQUE R. SMITH - 60, 157
JAMES S. SMITH - 50, 135
RICHARD W. SMITH - 135
JENNIFER M. SNYDER
DELIA SOLIS - 132
BECKY M. SOLLAMI - 114
LEE ANN SPONBERG - 60, 64, 65, 66,
70, 71, 114, 175, 179
DRAKE H. SPRAGUE - 42, 157
VALERYE M. SPRATLING - 7, 142, 157
AMANDA C. SPURLOCK - 157
DESIREE A. SQUIRE - 12, 60, 61, 64, 157
DAVID B. STADER - 40, 41, 65, 132
ELIZABETH D. STADLER - 114
JESSICA A. STAHA - 35, 49, 66, 75, 158
ERINE M. STAMES - 34, 37, 61, 132
RENEA C. STANCHFIELD - 61, 132
EDDIE STANFORD - 34, 158
ANTHONY A. STATON - 50, 132
CRYSTAL S. STERF - 158
VICKI D. STERN - 114
TYSON A. SRAUB - 132
DOUGLAS C. STRONG - 42, 70, 114
LIANA M. SURDI - 132
BRIAN M. SWENTY - 35, 158
JENILEE A. SZYMANSKI - 34, 35, 158
OSAMU TADA - 158
JENNIFER L. TAFE - 18, 60, 76, 158
DAI TAKAHASHI - 65, 132
CARLOS M. TAPANES - 158
ADELA R. TARTAGLIA - 114
MICHELE S. TASSELL - 9, 64, 71, 114
JOHANNA N. TATE - 158
JOSEFINA N. TEJADA - 67, 114
AMANDA H. TERRELL - 158
DORIS M. TERRELL -132
CHRISTOPHER S. THOMAS - 158
TOUMANI T. THOMAS - 158
CHRISTINA THOMPSON - 36, 135, 148
DERRICK D. THOMPSON - 35, 132
JESSE C. THOMPSON III - 35, 40, 160
JACQUELINE M. THOMPSON - 37, 49,
132
JOHN E. THOMPSON JR. - 158
APRIL LYNETTE TIPPINS - 158
TAI CHI TOKI - 67, 132
MARTHA S. TOLA - 158
LIZ D. TOLEDO - 115
JOMOORE K. TONEY - 159
KAREN N. TOPPIN - 26, 60, 67, 75, 115
MARLON I. TORRES - 41, 132
SAMUEL TORRES-IRIZARRY - 133
DANIEL M. TOTH - 133
NATHAN E. TRAYWICK - 64, 159
HELLEN TREMBLAY - 34, 43, 13
SUZANNE TRIPPANY
MARCIA TUNON - 159
YESSICA TUNON - 133
MARY J. TUTZAUER - 72, 115
HENRY B. TWOHY III - 34, 35, 159
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VANESSA L. UHORCHAK - 20, 61, 66,
142,159
JENNIFER L. ULLRICH - 64, 65, 159
QUINT P. UNDERWOOD - 35, 133
NAOMI L. UNGER - 9, 60, 64, 65, 66, 115
SHEM D. UNGER - 64, 159
MELISSA A. UPTON - 159
ANTHONY C. USERA - 13, 159
V
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RICARDO VALDEZ-HERNANDEZ - 5,
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PETE T. VALDEZ JR. - 153
VENUS M. VALDEZ - 115
GABRIELA VALENCIA - 75, 159
JENNIFER A. VALLE - 133
KARL R. VANDERWALL - 133
MICHAEL J. VAUGHN - 41, 135
JESSIE A. VEGA - 35, 133
•LYNNETTE M. VEGA - 133
AUGUSTO VELASQUEZ - 115
DAMARIS M. VELAZQUEZ - 135
SASHA A. VENO - 75, 133
JAZMIN A. VERGARA - 115
MICHELLE C. VERSAILLES - 159
JOCQUILYN C. VIGAY - 159
ANDRES A. VILLALOBOS - 115
BRENDA M. VILLAMIL - 60, 61, 66, 70,
115
GERARDO M. VILLARREAL - 160
LANCE C. VON HOLLEN - 34, 40, 160
ALISON M. VOWELL - 29, 35, 115, 117,
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SHANE C. WALKER - 133
ANGILEE WALL - 43, 64, 65, 71, 85, 115
NATHAN A. WALL - 133
DEIKA M. WALLACE - 115
STEVE L. WALLACE - 160
BRENDA WALSH - 12, 42, 116
JAMIE D. WALTERS - 133
FERNANDO F. WARD - 116
ROSSAUE J. WARD - 64, 133
MICHIO WATANABE - 35, 116
RIUW WATANABE - 50
NATALIE E. WATKINS - 11, 35, 36, 133,
171
MARIANNA C. WEBB - 133
MELISSA S. WEBB - 34, 133
DOUGLAS H. WEEKS - 116
EDGAR H. WEEKS - 160
KENNETH H. WEEKS III
JACKELINE A. WEEKS - 160
LOTTIE I. WELCH - 133
STACEY L. WELLS - 67, 71, 135
BENJAMIN WEMHOENER-CUITE
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FRANK WESTGATE - 7, 20, 50, 65, 70,
135
HEATHER C. WHALEN - 160
ADAM J. WHITE - 135
COLLIEACE M. WHITE - 116
DAIMON WHITE - 116
JESSICA L. WHITE - 160
STEPHANIE A. WHITE - 160
YVETTE M. WILDE - 15, 60, 64, 65, 66,
75, 116, 169, 176
HARRY L. WILLIAMS - 135
REYNALDO WILLIAMS - 10, 34, 135
TAMIKO M. WILLIAMS - 135
BRIAN L. WILLIAMSON - 135
JOHN M. WILLIFORD - 35, 135
ANTHONY D. WILSON
JAMES J. WILSON - 35, 160
RUSSELL W. WILSON - 152, 160
WILLIAM P. WING JR. - 11, 66, 160
MICHAEL J. WING - 35, 135
FRITZ G. WINT - 135
JAIME WOLF - 160
RAQUEL I. WOLF - 34, 160
MICHAEL S. WOMBLE - 27, 37, 116
CARMEN L. WONG - 116
SCOTT D. WOOD - 7, 60, 65, 66, 70, 77,
116
MARCUS J. WORCESTER - 64, 160
JONATHAN O. WRIGHT - 160
EVELIO M. WYATT - 160
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iOHSUKE YOSHIMOTO - 116
JENNIFER YOUNG - 65, 116
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DANIEL ZIMMERMAN - 135
JOSEPH R. ZORNES - 35, 41, 160
FACULTY
Alvarado, Patricia 166
Anderson, Kenneth 162, 167
Atencio, Rodrigo 162
Baca, Paula 63, 65
Bales, Melanie 162
Baptiste, Sylvia de 162, 167
Berger, Francisca 162
Bemasconi, Susan 162
Brown, Joe 162
Bruer, Calvin 162
Chen, Rafael 41, 162
Corbett, Sydney 166
Cpt. Sanchez
Dee, Geri 162
De Leon, Giraliz 163
Donalicio, Carlos 163, 167
Estrada, Jose 163
Evans, Danise 163
Fendrick, Gene 163, 164
Figueroa, Felix 20, 163, 71
Fisher, Amelia 163
Gardill, Julianne 163, 95
George, Cecelia 10, 163
Gettys, JoAnn 166
Halvorsen, Penny 164
Heiskel, Raymond 164
Hanson, Joyce 164
Hans, Carol
Hinkle, Dana 164
Holland, Ernest 164, 167
Howell, Ralph 162, 164
Jaen, Jose 164
Johnston, Richard 164
Lamb, Gretchen 166
Lavallee, Judith 164
Maggiori, Fannny de 189
Manchester, Nancy 9, 164
Monlouis, Wilma 165
Morrisey, Frances 165
Oliver, Cleve 38, 165
Othon, Joan 166
Petersen, Deanna 165
Pimentel, Lastenia 165
Piper, Dorothy 165
Quinn, Larry 40
Roa, Laura 163, 165
Seitz, David 60, 165
Seitz, Mayra 60, 165
Severson, Judy 163, 166
Shaw, John 165
Sosa, Rita 162, 165
Sponberg, Carol 165
Staha, Mariette 166
Stevens, Guillermo 167
Thale, Bruce 165
Tyner, Edward 165
Uber, Deborah 165
Vaz, Carlos 20, 165
Wall, Cheryl 165
Waugh, Kenneth 14, 164
Webly, Sonia 165
White, Dorothy 70, 165
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COLOPHON
Volume 83 of the ZONIAN was printed
by Jostens Printing and Publishing Divi¬
sion at their Visalia, California plant. The
Jostens representatives were Floyd Moore
and Ron Buda. The plant consultant was
Gil Quesado.
The trim size of the book is 9” x 12”.
The book contains 204 pages, which are
Smythe Sewn. The stock is 80# 191 gloss
paper, printed in black ink. The primary
type face used throughout the book is Cen¬
tury Condensed.
The cover is an original design by Jona¬
than Hoffman. It is custom screened, using
a silk-screened process. The book is flame
red with applied colors of black and gold.
The endsheets are goldust.
Portrait work was provided by Calvo
Studio. The candid shots were taken by
student photographers, and the majority
were developed in the school’s darkroom.
The 1992 ZONIAN had a run of 400
copies. These copies sold for $35.00 each.
An optional plastic dust cover for $1 was
offered.
The book cost approximately $25,000.
This figure includes photographic expendi¬
tures.
SPECIAL THANKS
Nancy Manchester
Dottie White
Dave Young
Tom Ellis
Richard Samson
Fred Bales
Caleb Bales
Joshua Bales
Senior Class
Geri Dee
Advertising Contributors
Panama Canal Commission
Graphics Department
Isthmian College Club
Joyce Hanson
Pacific Theatre Arts Centre
Parents of Yearbook Staff
Mr. Holland
Mr. Anderson
All Yearbook Staff & Our Friends
Fanny Maggiori
Carlos Donalicio
GOD
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FROM TUB
HEAT
Gerónimo! Bravely leaping from Rocky Falls, A relic from the past. The ruins of old Pana-
Brian Dugan flies to the bottom. Panama ma still stand to remind us an important part
has many lovely waterfalls that students vis- of Panama's history,
ited to cool off from the heat,
Obviously under great stress, Chad Crouch
tries to complete an assignment while a
friend relaxes nearby. Seeing another person
finish always worried students.
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