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1993 Zonian
vol. 84
in step Luith tradition
An eager crowd watches Mr. Thale clean the
senior plaque. Earlier in the year seniors voted for
the teacher they most wanted to see doing this.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Balboa High School
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Unit 0925
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Tel: 52-7896
Title


Seniors wait patiently to speak. At Orientation
Day, representatives from various clubs and ac
tivities welcomed new students to BHS and en
couraged them to join an activity. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Parents gather for lunch." At Back To School
Night, held Sept. 9th, parents followed their
kids' schedules to attend 10 min. "classes" to
meet the teachers. (Photo by R. Hines.)
Melanie Cooper awaits her turn to walk the
"runway." At the annual Halloween Contest,
held on the front lawn, students came to show
off their costumes and take a shot at the $100
prize. (Photo by D. Mills)
2 Opening
Prescott Bush lectured at the BHS library early Senior class president, Noni Robinson cuts cake
in the year campaigning tor his brother, George for hungry classmates at the senior reception.
Bush. (Photo by C. Rigby) (Photo by D. Mills)
Going to school in Panama isn't
quite the same experience as
going to school stateside is. Here the
"snow" days may be replaced by "demon
stration" days. Our daily schedules may
be contigent upon the current Personnel
Movement Limitation (PML). Muggy tropi
cal weather is the norm. Despite the differ
ences some things will never change -
breezeway pizza sales, underclassmen
cleaning the senior plaque, and Mr. Hol
land making the rounds at lunch munching
on his popcorn. Although we adapt to
changes, we still stay In Step With Tradi
tion.
Opening


Desiree Ellis practices her flute at orchestra re
hearsals. Orchestra is one of the activities pur
sued by BHS students. (Photo by C. Rigby)
A group of girls attend the Homecoming pep
rally in the stadium. Student were allowed to
miss 5th and 6th period to attend. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Some students hang around in the career cen
ter Mrs. White's room was usually a good place
to hang out in. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Opening
I am
scared to be
a senior
because I
dont want
to grow up
and become
and adult
and do
adult-type
things.
Nancy
Henderson
(senior)
Rosa Malave gets her order of fries in the cafe
teria. Lots of students ate lunch in the cafete
ria. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Ryochi Hasabe works on his Apple II gs in Mr
Thale's room. M Thale's classes rely heavily on
the computers. (Photo by 0. Gifford)
Opening


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P people will look for a
good time whether it's
at the homecoming rally
or Carnavalito. They will go
all out for prom willingly, yet
scrounge around for the last
dime that will enable them to
buy that candy bar down at
Oscar's.
Hanging out is always the
thing to do. Sometime in
stead of down at Oscar's or
on the rails of the breezeway
masses of people will be
found "hanging out" in Mr.
Thale's room, in the com
puter lab typing away in a
frenzy, or selling stuff on the
breezeway. Working through
lunch is not always fun but in
the company of friends you
can never be too sure what
will happen.
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Student Life


Danny Zimmerman skates down a small hill. There
are several skaters that go to Balboa High School.
(Photo by C. McFarlane)


Prom-Goers
Determined To
Set The
Night To Music
The night was full of anxieties.
"Does my hair look nice? "Is my
bow-tie on right?"
"My head was too small and my
boutonniere kept falling off,"
exclaimed senior, Shawn Patty. Many
students rode In style to dinner: a
limousine, a corvette, or a chiva.
"The people at the restaurant
stared at us so much I thought I'd
spilled my dinner on me. I think they
were just impressed by our formal
attire," said senior Cathy Rigby.
Through all the hassle seniors and
lumors managed to get to the Amador
Officer's Club where the Prom was
held. The room was filled with the
scent of corsages and the sound of
romantic music. The multi-colored
balloons decorated the room as well as
the streamers. "I ran out of oxygen
from blowing so many balloons,"
remembered junior. Marie Schulz.
Students overcame their sheepish
ways and got on the dance floor. Some
I arrived fifteen
minutes before
Prom ended,
and I saw
Elvis.-W.
Schulz
girls decided to take off their heels and
got down to the music. Also there
were pictures to be taken, although
many wondered why as they waited
for the photographer to reset his
camera and repositioned them for the
zillionth time.
"The line was soooooo long, said
Patty.
Juniors were discussing their future
senior year You could hear some
seniors talking about where to go after
prom. Some students went to
post-prom parties while others cruised
around. Some students hung around
the little couple. Caleb Bales and
Katherine Seitz. "Caleb was too
bashful to take his picture, said Mr.
Bales. All in all, the night was a big
success. Students got to relax and
enjoy themselves. "I had a lot of fun,"
said Rigby. "After the prom we drove
around before going home. I think it
was quite romantic."
Cathy Rigby pins on Shawn Patty's bouton
mere at her house The exchange of cor
sages and boutonnieres was a tradition ob
served by most people (Photo by B.
Rigby)
The photographer arranges Karen Eckerle
and Michael Charles for their prom photo
A lot of people had their pictures taken at
the prom to remember it by. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
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Katherine Seitz and Caleb Bales prepare to
present the queen with her crown. Over
come with emotion. Caleb changed his mind
and Katherine crowned Noni Robinson on
her own. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Carlos Lam takes a break from dancing and
sits with friends. After dancing most of the
night, most people went to post-prom par
ties or to clubs out in town. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
A group of prom goers get into reggae At
ter dancing for a few hours, most girls de
cided to skip the high heels in favor of com
fort. (Photo by C Rigby)
Student Life


A New Season
Begins As
To
Students Go
Jamboree Rally
A brown odd-shaped ball soars
through the night sky. The landscape
consists of tall, silver posts with huge,
blinding lights that outshine the stars.
The smell of hotdogs, hamburgers, and
popcorn weaves through dozens and
dozens of people. Popping and fizzing
of sodas is so common it goes
unnoticed. Teams of green, red, light
blue, blue, and black and gold take
turns playing each other in a round
robin fashion. This is the annual
Jamboree. This annual event was
started m 1950 by Luke Palumbo Sr.
He was a football coach at Cristobal
High School. His idea came about by
watching a similar event in his home
state of Missouri.
The traditional Jamboree is a
pre-season event where all the football
teams and fans get together on
I find it odd
that the school
has four teams
instead of
one.-Ms.
McGregor
Cristobal ground to play and watch
each other before the official season
begins. This is a much anticipated
event. Not only does it start off the
football season, in a way, it starts off
the new school year. The Jamboree is
the first school sports event, and it
always offers an opportunity to meet
new friends. Also, the trip gives
everyone something to talk about at
school on Monday.
Each Jamboree season, one queen
is chosen to represent each team
during the Jamboree parade and the
Jamboree game itself. This year the
queens were Julie Church (Red
Machine), Heather Craig (Tigers),
Lisa Sasso (Bulldogs), Jenilee
Szymanski (Green Devils), and Helen
Tremblay (Cougars).
PCC Green Devils cheerleaders show
their go get 'em attitude by executing a
pyramid. All stunts required hours of
practice and dedication. (Photo by: G
Ellison)
Secret Service agents Tony Aird and
Mike Buchanan check out the scene
disguised as two PCC football players
innocently watching the pep rally.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Desiree Squire points out something inter
esting on the other side of the field as Ed
ward Dawkins looks on. There were many
interesting things to see that day. (Photo
by C Rigby)
After the Pep Rally. Mr. Holland defends
himself as Mrs. Bales calls his attention to
the sign behind him. It was difficult for
most people to obey that sign. (Photo by
G. Ellison)
Red Machine cheerleaders rev it up enthusi
astically by cheering for their team and per
forming a stunt. The cheerleaders accom
plished many athletic feats. (Photo by G.
Ellison)
Mellany Singleton sees something to cheer
about and gladly does so. The Pep Rally
was usually filled with many fun events to
shout about. (Photo by G. Ellison)
Student Life


Spooky, Kooky
Students
Haunt The
Halls At BHS
Halloween came with a variety of
events: showcase, door, and dress-up
competitions; a film festival;
fortune-telling; and a Haunt the Halls
Dance.
Fun was had most during the
Parade of Costumes at noon on
October 29th. Winning 1st place AND
the $100 prize was Danny
Zimmerman. He came as Uncle Fester
and even brought Thing.
I cant believe you'd shave your
head for a hundred dollars ...", said
Ms. Dee when handing Zimmerman his
cash prize.
Dan Toth took second place for his
Thalean Mutant teacher costume and
hit the $50 dollar jackpot. Frank
Westgate won $25 for his
ecology- minded costume "Recycle
Man." One Honorable mention
recipient, Nichole Blanc, after strutting
her Catwoman outfit to the judges,
uttered that she found it "a very
humbling experience."
Students were also allowed to show
All the
decorations
looked great,
says Melanie
Bales.
their creativity during the Door
Contest. Doors ranged from the really
cute to the psychotically deranged.
Ms. Roa's door had a decapitated
Marie Antoinette and Mr. Waugh's had
a bloody, dripping cabbage patch doll
head!
"Are there no limits?" asked one
Administrator.
On Friday night, October 30th, the
2nd Annual "Haunt the Halls" Dance
came to pass. Two Juniors, Marie
Schulz and Monique Carbonell,
dressed as gypsies and told fortunes
for 25 cents. With little experience,
these two novices told over 110
fortunes.
"I see happiness and no more than
two children in your future, said
Carbonell while Schulz counteracted
that with, "Your wife will die and you
will be very sad until you find out
she cheated on you."
Lastly the seniors managed to show
a scary film festival.
Ms. Wall talks to Erin Blagg as Esther
Downs collects tickets at the door. Hallow
een dance helped raise money for SA.
Jerry Ellingson shows a little more than po
litical humor for Halloween. Although most
of the students preferred Bush for the pres
idency there were also many Clinton sup
porters.
Student Life
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THE FUTURE
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CLINTON
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over
Danny Zimmerman comes to school
dressed like Uncle Fester and walks away
with one-hundred dollars. Many students
dressed up but walked away empty-handed.
(Photo by G. Ellison)
Jeremy Plant, Ginger Corbett, and John
Neal strut their stuff in front of the |udges
Strange and crazy things were common
place at BHS. (Photo by D. Mills)
Dan Toth is transformed into a Thalean Mu
tant teacher. After taking Mr. Thale's phys
ics class many students felt the way Dan
looks. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Student Life


Students At
Homecoming
Experience
A Night To Remember
Saturday, November 7th was a
special day for BHS students. They
were dressing up in their best
clothes to go out. Girls put on
their best dresses and the guys
put their best suits on. They were
all looking forward for the event
about to take place. At eight
o'clock people started arriving at
the Amador Officer's Club to
celebrate Homecoming. This dance
is one of the most important
events celebrated by the BHS
student body.
The decorations looked
fantastic according to several
people. Great creativity, effort, and
a lot of time were given by each
member of the decorating
committee to create the stage tor
this exciting event.
"At least this time we had an
Robert Reyes and Tanya Royo dance the
night away Near the end ol the dance,
most people were too exhausted to keep on
moving. (Photo by C Rigby)
Rebecca Heard and Scott Lelfler get their
picture taken at the dance. Many couples
lined up to get a picture taken lor memo
ry's sake. (Photo by C. Rigby)
air pump for the balloons, not like
last year's prom where everyone
suffered from oxygen deficiency,"
said Marie Schulz (11).
I had a really
good time at
Homecoming!
-Robert Reyes
(Junior)
Friends caught up with the
latest gossip and shared their
adventure on how they decided
what to wear and what pains they
had to go through to pick a date.
Some students decided to show off
some new dance moves they
learned over the summer.
Then the time came to name
the court. The lucky winners this
year were Queen Nom Robinson,
King Alfredo Richards, prince Tony
Bieker, princess Caroline Hinkle,
prince Scott Leffler, princess
Sharlene Meyers, prince lohn
Crespo, princess Jessica Staha,
prince Billy Wing, prince Chris
Howard, princess Janelle
McGuiness, prince Robert
Rodriguez, Jr., princess Katie
Wilder.
After the cheers for the selected
court members, the dance went
on. The festivities lasted till
midnight, giving each person a
wonderful memory to remember.
Shawn Patty announces the Homecoming
Queen and King and their court. Most of the
people were happy with the results of the
election, (Photo by C. Rigby)
Alfredo Richards and Noni Robinson take
their place at the throne. The Queen and
King were treated like royalty on that spe
cial night. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Ms. Dee explains to Katie Wilder what to do
when her name is called. The Homecoming
court was nervous about their appearance,
but in the end everything worked out.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Student Life


Student Lite
Drivers Ed.
The moment we all dream of
the day we get our license. However
there is one thing that stands between
you and the steering wheel
Drivers Ed. Of course Drivers Ed is
designed to teach students how to
drive safely and use caution while on
the road. The class is made up of a
written exam part and the final
practical driving test. Not to forget the
ever popular obstacle course. Those
infamous orange cones have been
known to end the social lives of many
BHS students "I killed three of them!
said a slightly disappointed Stacy
Boozer.
All in all the course requires you to
attend on a daily basis; view
educational driving movies, those ever
famous and grotesque pictures Mr.
Chen keeps in the photo album, also
known as the gallery of gore. "It
wouldnt be so bad if there weren't so
Drivers Ed.
prepared me for
all the crazy taxi
drivers out
there.-M. Kuo
many dismembered bodies" said
tumor, Gabriela Valencia.
One last thing to remember is to be
nice to Mr. Chen. And if you're really
Tony Usera waits for the late bus after a
grueling day at Driver's Ed. Most students
took the class because they wanted their
own transportation. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mr. Chen calmly supervises Jerome Price's
car to make sure its far enough away from
the cones. The final driving test was always
a challenge. (Photo by M. Schulz)
Drivers Ed.
bad hell be sure to take you to
Gamboa or make you go across the
bridge of the Americas for the
practical driving test! Of course there
are always nice memories like the
times when Mr. Chen tells jokes to the
class or the times when you get to use
your book on a written test. "There
are so many trick questions, that even
an open book test can be challenging,
said, Monique Carbonell.
Then there are the tragic stories
. .. like the time a new rental car had
a bumper to bumper hit with a
Mercedez! We don't want to shock you
with the aftermath. Even though Mr.
Chen can be a little intimidating most
students pass the course in high
standards!
With much dexterity and skill, Jerome Price
attempts to weaver through the cones in
reverse. Most students had to practice a lot
in order to avoid killing the cones. (Photo
by M. Schulz)
Marie Schulz awakes and finds herself in
strange surroundings. Unfortunately, not all
of Mr. Chen's graduating students followed
the rules of the road. (Photo by M. Carbon
ell)
Oops! Jerome Price accidentally knocks
over a cone. He realized all to late that Mr.
Chen's wrath could be more than harsh.
(Photo by M. Schulz)


A Day in The
Lives Of
Everyday
BHS Students
Stress is emotional or intellectual
strain, or tension. This emotion affects
all students and teachers at some
point in the year. Stress can occur
when you have too much going on in
your life. For example, stress can be
caused by taking a lot of hard courses
that demand a lot of your time to do
homework and little time for anything
else. Some students stress period last
for days, weeks, or even months. This
can lead to problems, but most BHS
students have found ways to fight
stress.
"I go out with friends to fight
stress," says Gina Ellison (12).
"I play football as a means to fight
stress," says Raymond Morris (12)
"I fight stress by punching my
pillow to death," says Gaby Pinto
(12).
"My means to alleviate stress is by
taking a walk and listening to music,"
Stress is eight
hours of school,
five days a
week F. West-
gate
says Marie Schulz (11).
"My means to take care of stress is
to go out and have fun with my friends
and try to forget my problems ever
existed," says Naythan Traywick
(11).
Some students talk the problem out
with their best friend, while others
take a day off and forget the word
"school" ever existed. Some students
exercise to get rid of stress, while
others just watch a good movie or
read a book. But the poor
underclassmen cannot use the thought
of graduation as a means to relieve
stress like the seniors do.
All of us in everyday life must find
ways to fight stress or alleviate it a
little. To sum it all up, tension can be
reduced in many different ways. It just
depends on the person and how
stressful they feel.
The Corner Crew gossips about the morn
ing's events. "Oscar's" was the typical
hangout for most Balboa High School stu
dents. (Photo by M. Schulz)
J. Hardin, T. Ortiz, R. Gomez, and T. Rob
erts try to identify their favorite players.
Many students let off some steam at the
Friday night football games. (Photo by K.
Olandese)
lili Hauser and Audrey Ernest are amazed
by what they read. Taking time out to be
with their friends was vital to the sanity of
many students. (Photo by N. Watkins)
Itzel Chang and Laura Segura talk about
their plans for the weekend. Fridays were
usually filled with excitement and anticipa
tion. (Photo by M. Schulz)
Craig Fishbough tries to disguise himself
using a girls nylon. Stressed-out students
usually did crazy things to try and relieve
some tension. (Photo by N. Watkins)
Kathy Pierre cant seem to decide what she
wants. Many students flocked to the candy
store during lunch which helped organiza
tions raise money. (Photo by M. Schulz)
Student Life


Vamos A
Gozar En
La Fiesta
Del Carnaval
Carnavalito, also known as the
Spanish Mardi Gras was celebrated on
Saturday February the 13th. The
carnavalito is the season before lent
marked by festivities and merry
making. It is celebrated by most
Spanish conquered countries, which
include all of Central and South
America, and let us not forget
Portugal.
In Balboa High School we (students
and faculty) celebrate this festivity by
nominating a court, which will perform
a tpico dance at the coronation. This
year the opportunity was given to
Patricia Ortiz, Danny Bright, Laura
Segura, Frank Westgate, Gaby Pinto,
Cesar Lou, Miggy Castro, Roger
Dems, Vanessa Uhorchak, Carlos
Royo, Sarah Beatie, Joseph Rillamas,
Annelle Urriola, and Ruben Castro. The
court gave up their fridays for a month
to learn how to dance in tipico style.
I cant believe
we survived the
heat in those
polleras!-G.
Pinto
They practiced long hours without
even taking a break. Along with the
court, the comparsa, organized by
Amanda Spurlock, spent long hours
organizing their presentation.
On the morning of the show, the
court and comparsa had to decorate
the stage at PCC Auditorium. This job
was successfully done thanks to Saul
Urriola and members of the Spanish
Club. Then the big night came. The
members of the court now had the
chance to show their achievement
after several weeks of arduous
practice. Despite their nervousness,
the members performed with excellent
skill, which left many parents and
visitors mesmerized.
The Carnavalito was a complete
success thanks to the cooperation of
the Spanish Club members and the
good direction of Mr. Vaz.
Annelle Urriola and Ruben Castro give a
great performance. Those who went to the
Carnavalito enioyed watching the court
carry out their dances, (Photo by C. Rigby)
Patricia Ortiz displays her beautiful pollera
as she dances "El Punto." All the students
in the court practiced hard to learn their
dance steps. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Amanda Spurlock, Nicole Frank, and Sally
Oakley Liven it up with a little limbo. The
comparsa was the best part of the Car
navaleo because it got everyone involved.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Student Life


A Day
For Friends
AND LOVE:
VALENTINES DAY
Roses are red, violets are blue,
sugar is sweet, and so are you.
We've all heard that phrase
sometime or other. Most of us
know love songs, love stories, even
love dances. Well, Valentine's Day
is considered the day of lovebirds
or, generally speaking, the day of
affection. This year, Valentine's
Day came early to Balboa High
School. It was celebrated on
Friday, February 12. The halls
were crowded with people who had
a dozen roses, a dozen balloons, or
a dozen candygrams (for the
sweet tooth). The candygrams
were made by the French Club.
Carla Guerra, the French Club
Secretary, said, "The work was
hard, but the candygrams came
Mike Banks confesses his love to Latoya
Ries who is speechless. Young love was
common but unique to many of the stu
dents at BHS. (Photo by M, Schulz)
out great."
There was also the popular
dating service provided by the
Valentines Day
is a day to
spend with
someone
special.-J.
Staha
Computer Club Most people were
shocked when they saw the
number one person (the ideal
person) on their list. Others went
around bouncing with |oy when
they found out the cutest guy or
the prettiest girl in school was at
the top of their list. However,
though some thought the dating
service was interesting, they also
thought it wasn't exactly realistic.
As Cedric Obert said, "It
doesn't usually work out when
people with the same interests get
together. They don't have anything
to learn from each other. Being
different and learning from each
other is important."
But, take heart. This is only one
guy's opinion. It all depends on
you and your personal choice and
preference.
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Carla Guerra works hard even though it's
Valentine's Day Holidays never kept the
yearbook staff from doing their stuff.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Fletcher Hirom and Kathy Lopez give each
other a nice, wet kiss on Valentine's Day.
Couples weren't very shy when it came to
showing their affection. (Photo by G. Elli
son)
Raymond Morris takes time out to read a
Valentine's Day card from a secret admirer.
It was one of the many mysterious love let
ters received that day. (Photo by M.
Schulz)
Student Life


Whos Where
During Lunch
Lunch Time!
A Disappearing Act
It Is 11:44 and just ten seconds
are left before the lunch bell rings.
And. the bell has rung! It is lunch
time! Suddenly, those who had
been tiredly dragging themselves
through the day with much effort
and no energy become racing
horses raring to take off. A mad
rush is made for every classroom
door. It is quite amusing to see 24
students get through one door at
the same time. The halls are filled
with excited chatter, loud,
fast-moving footsteps, slamming of
lockers, and the rustling of sack
lunches here and there. Those who
are fortunate enough to have cars
or motorcycles zip out to the
parking lot and head for any place
that is not school. Usually, you can
find these people at Anthony's
Pizza. McDonald's, or home.
So, where does everyone else
go? Anywhere and everywhere!
There are always students eating
If I dont take
time out to be
with my friends,
I go crazy!-0.
Herazo
in the halls, |ust sitting on the
floor, having a good time. Many
people direct themselves towards
the cafeteria. You'll also find
students lined up on the first-floor
breeze-way watching the people go
by, sitting outside on the front
steps, out on the corner by
Oscar's, out by the gym, in Mrs.
Seitz's room, and even out by the
Goethals Memorial. Of course, it is
very common to find lots of people
cramming in the library or
speed-typing a report in the
computer lab. Let's not forget
those devoted physics students
who spend their precious lunch
time in Mr. Thsle's room feverishly
working.
The point of lunch, though, is to
escape stress, nourish yourself,
and socialize. Basically, lunch time
is your time so have fun, relax,
and don't forget the food!
lames Lantry perlorms a skateboarding
stunt as Clemente McFarlane looks on. Go-
ethals was a popular place to get away to
during lunch. (Photo by D Zimmerman)
Student Lite
Matt Hogan and Mary Kibbler spend their
lunch time together in Iront ot the school It
wasn't very difficult lor students to tmd a
private place to talk (Photo by M Kuo)
Jackie Thompson. Bonnie Ackerman, and
Helen Tremblay have a bite to eat at Antho
ny's Pizza in Albrook It was cool to be able
to get away tor lunch. (Photo by C. Thomp
son)
Luis Diaz and Laura Cuthbert hang out in
the Breeze-Way during lunch. The Breeze-
Way was a common place for students to
spend their lunchtime. (Photo by M
Schulz)


Soon To Rock
The Crowd
Stalefish
And Tempest
Since the creation of rock'n' roll,
amateur bands have come about with
their own songs and styles of
performing them. Here in Panama,
there are quite a few amateur bands,
some of which are associated with
BHS in some way. Some of these
particular bands are: Tempest,
Stalefish, and Paradox.
Tempest is undoubtedly the oldest
band of the previously mentioned,
having been formed circa 1987. It
consists of Carl Bristol, Walter Crouch,
and Evan Rodaniche. Bristol, Crouch,
and Rodaniche knew each other from
School; however this band wasn't
formed until Crouch read an ad in the
newspaper requesting a bassist. He
played for Bristol and Rodaniche, who
had already gotten together and only
needed a bassist, and was accepted
Tempest played in public for the first
time at the Cardenas Community
Center, and, says, Crouch, "They liked
it."
When people first hear the name
"Stalefish, as with other music
groups' names, they usually wonder
how they ever came up with that
name. Well, John Ferrell of the group
It would be
nice to be on
MTV although I
dont watch
it.-W. Crouch
said, "We [group members] all used to
skate, and there was a trick called a
stalefish ..." The rest, as they say,
is history Mike Banasick, Ferrell,
Willie Schulz, and Bobby Pederson
form the group. Their first
performance was at the Valent
Recreation Center in a talent show last
year.
The largest band on the list, and
also the most recently formed,
Paradox, consists of members: Shem
Unger, Ernesto Schnack, Cesar Lou,
Michel Fisher, and Carlos Lee. One of
their first performances was at
BHSsponsored Carnavalito.
Only time will tell the future of
these bands, but for now, let's enjoy
their music and company, which are
unique to Panama.
Tempest plays heavy metal at the Red Door
Club on Fort Clayton Tempest practiced a
lot before their performance. (Photo cour
tesy of (Tropic Times)
Walter Crouch plays bass guitar Crouch
started playing when he was young and has
loved it ever since (Photo courtesy of
Tropic Times)
Bobby Pederson tunes his guitar and gets
ready to pump up the volume Stalefish
liked to play their music loud. (Photo by G
Ellison)
Student Life


Cayuco
Race
It is that time of year again, when
you find students paddling in wooden
boats in the canal. Paddling in the
cayuco race is nothing new, it has
been around for forty years. The only
place in the world that holds this
ocean to ocean event is here, in
Panama. For this cayuco race people
practice for four months. You must be
willing to devote your life practicing
for this event.
This year the Cayuco Regatta took
place on March 7th at Gamboa along
the air strip. The regatta is used to get
a preview of the ocean to ocean
cayuco race. Organizers set up five
lanes of three thousand feet in length
for timed sprints. The winner of the
sprints takes home the Kodak cup. The
cayuco boat Spontaneous Combustion
(an all male team) took home the
cup. They also broke the record with
the time of 2:04.16. This time was
John Williford, Tyler Quinn, Billy Wing, and
Lee Gibson work hard at practice. Most
participants spent all their free time prepar
ing for the race. (Courtesy of Tropic
Times)
""W
Only The
Strong Survive
good enough to beat Misconception
(an all male team).
Later that morning Misconception
beat Spontaneous Combustion. This
sent the message that Misconception
Only in
Panama can one
paddle from
ocean to ocean;
its cool.T.
Kemp
that females have the endurance to
perform in this event.
The regatta does not influence the
outcome of the cayuco race. But
novice teams can use this sprint to
find where they rank in comparison
with other teams and to show-off their
abilities. And returning teams see how
much their experience has helped
improve them to become the top of
the league. The regatta helps to see
what teams to look out for. Several
jeople think this year's cayuco race
will be something to look forward to.
was tougher than ever and fit to
defend its two-year title.
In the female competition the crew
of Dear Dick flew passed High Anxiety
to win first place. This goes to show
Drake Sprague and Ryan Sweeney line up
at the starting line. There was an air of ex
citement at the beginning of the Regatta.
(Photo courtesy of Tropic Times)
The Crew of Spontaneous Combustion cele
brates after breaking the record. Scott Lef-
fler, Ivan Rodriguez. Tim Michelle, and
Tony Bieker felt triumphant. (Photo cour
tesy of Tropic Times)
Student Life


A Parents
Nightmare
Have you noticed that some of your
friends have been walking around in a
zombie-like state mumbling names like
U2, Duran Duran, Arrested
Development and Guns-N-Roses? It's
probably because after a long hiatus,
the great music channel, MTV, is back!
Most of you probably turned to magic
channel 17 and went berserk like most
of us jumping to the ceiling, climbing
the walls, and hugging everyone in
sight! (This is probably because of the
joy one experiences when they spot
MTV's ever-changing logo!) While a lot
of your parents were making
psychiatric appointments for you, you
sat there armed with your munchies
ready to spend the rest of your life (or
so it may seem to the rest of your
family) watching DJ's like Kennedy
from Alternative Nation, Steve Isaacs,
Adam Curry, Dufff, Bill Belamy, and
John Norris just to name a few An
Carl Bristol, a BHS graduate, pretends he's
playing in a video for MTV Pretending
seemed like the best option available at the
time (Photo courtesy of Tropic Times)
Its Back
Music Television
example ot such a T V. veggie naut is
Carrie Corona who says "I can sit
there tor hours," as her eyes seem to
go off into space.
Another member ol this species of
Its definitely
the best
channel on
televi8ionl-C.
Guerra
rare breed is Mr. Hager who says
"MTV has no social redeeming value.
And believe it or not there are
people out there who have better
things to do. Take the case of Laura
who admits, "I'd rather go shopping!"
While most of us aren't as extreme
as some of these people. "We still
want our MTV." So tell your parents,
neighbors, dogs, parrots, and fish not
to fret. You're just being a typical
teenager Pretty soon you might be
seeing the likes of such locals as
Tempest and Stalefish.
teenagers is Vanessa Hernandez who
says "I thought I would live a normal
life then came MTV However,
there are people out there who "dont
want their MTV!" An example of this
Carlos Lampas listens to his Walkman while
he works. Because mini-televisions were
hard to come by, many students made up
for missing MTV by listening to music
(Photo by S. Patty)
Jessica Quinlan puts her books away and
prepares to head home Some students
were eager to get home to avoid missing
their favorite shows on MTV (Photo by S.
Patty)
Lance VonHoflen dreams that he's at home
watching MTV Unfortunately. MTV was
never a part of any teachers daily lesson;
so dreaming was all students could do
(Photo by S. Patty)
Monique Carbonell is glued to the television
set After hours and hours of watching
MTV. students became hypnotized by its
mysterious powers. (Photo by M. Schulz)


hen people get
LU together there is no
telling what theyll do. Se
niors, intent on having fun
their last year, will lord it over
the underclassmen and Jun
iors will console themselves
by making the Sophomores
feel as miserable as possible.
In the meantime, teachers will
try to maintain some sem
blance of order in the class
room as the Sophomores try
to make heads or tails of life
at BHS. Friends relive old
times and set out to create
new misadventures. New
friends are made, some might
be lost, but people will al
ways remain people no mat
ter where they go or where
they are.


Watching the cheerleaders' routines, the crowd at
hand shows their approval. The Jamboree pep rally
was held on Sept. 4th after the Jamboree game. It
had been rescheduled due to rain.
WiJ
Bp*1 v J
j!
' MV A
W MSk Hr


Brenda Berrios
Minoska A Bianchmi
Tony F Bieker
Jennifer M Black
Rochell P Blades


-
'M
Erin S Blagg
Ana H Bowler
Nicole C Blanc
Michelle Bleau
Michael J Bleichwehl
Daniel R Bright
Domiciano Broce
Mellany Brown
Elsie M Botello
Iluminada M Cantu
Francisco Carreira
Ea'shanda D Carver
Heidi N Casperson
Jose Castaneda
Juan R Castrellon
Aquiles A Castro
Miguel A Cedeno
Adolto E Chaluja
Michael D Charles
Victoria E Chen


Pedro A Cordoves
Roger A Demas
Ester L Downs
Kurt E Drozd
Saray A Dunn
Dinah R Eastham
Gina A Ellison
Doyn S Epperson


Julia I Espinosa
Christopher A Frady
Carlos A Estevez
Michelle L Estrada
Saul A Estupiman
Jay G Fullerton
Carl S Gale
Ramon Galindo
Carla B Garcia
Robert A Garcia
Joel M Gibbs
Brandon L Gibson
Oscar M Gifford
Nathaniel A Gladding
Jessica D Gold
Roberto Gomez Christina M Gonzalez Daniel M Gonzalez Evelisse Guadalupe
Seniors


Oliver M Herazo
Ramer R Guzman
Stephen M Hanf
Rejoyce L Hanson
Ryoichi S Hasebe
Henea S Headley
Pamela Hemm
Nancy M Henderson
Alejandro Hepburn
Christopher A Herndon
Vladimir Herrera
Jason M Hildreth
Caroline C Hinkle
Luis C Guerrero
Erin C Hatchett
Fletcher J Hirom
Jonathan Hoffman Matthew D Hogan
Alison M Howard
Joanne M Hunt


Salvador B Love
Michelle L McCoy
William J Luttrell
Brandi E McDonald
Dawn Keays
Scott Letfler
Rosadely Malave
Danielle M McQueen
Ian A Merkel
Seniors
Laurie V Jones
M
Nelson Kaun
David A Lopez
Juan A Martinelli
Michael D Jordon
Ta-Wei Kan
Marilyn L Lancaster
Carlos F Lam
Tomokuki Kobayashi
Jason A Lloyd
Gustavo A Marquez




Voko Nakagawa Norma I Navarro Ronda L Nesslcr Sandra M Nevarez Joanna Niamzanarer


Kevin A Olandese
Patricia E Ortiz
Jose A Padilla
Ching I Pai
Yong Suk Park
Gregory E Parsons
Shawn B Patty
Maragarita C Pearce
Robert F Pedersen
Joseph R Peoples
Dana L. Petrosky
Mindy Petrucci
Gabriela Pinto
Catherine Poore
Patrick G Pratt


Noni N Robinson
Michael R Robison
Daniel V Roman
Helmut Roner
Dalila D Robinson
Jill D Roscoe
Doris M Ruiz
Minolka Ruiz
Vasier I Ruiz
Timothy C Rutledge


Katherine T Sears
Laura E Segura
Karen G Shadeck
Beniamin J Shaha
Aisha Sherrod
Seniors


Christina Thompson
Hellen Tremblay
Derrick D Thompson
Jaqueline M Thompson
Yessica Tunon
Quint P Underwood
Karl R Vanderwall Michael) Vaughn
Lynnette M Vega
Damans M Velazquez
Ann F Wagner


Shane C Walker
Jamie D Walters
Rossaue J Ward
Natalie E Watkins
Marianna C Webb
Melissa S Webb
Lottie I Welch
Stacey L Wells
Frank A Westgate
Adam J White
Tanya R Williams
John M Williford
Troy M Wilson
Reynaldo Williams
Michael J Wing
Arie Zafram
Daniel Zimmerman
Shamda I De Lora
Shannon G Golembiewski


Not Pictured
Erik A Arenas
Adriel Calo
Frank R Ender
Johanna A Manzanares
Trinity L Myrick
Ivan A Rivera
Ricardo A Rivera
Angela M Rose
Kathia L Smart
Harry L Williams
Jodie M Nunan
Daniel A Peterson
Mellany Singleton
FEARLESS LEADERS. The Senior class officers are Presi
dent Norn Robinson, Vice-President Edward Dawkins, and
Secretary Heidi Casperson. These people are responsible for
planning the Senior reception held in the fall, the winter
formal, raising funds for Senior color yearbook pictures,
and the graduation ceremony.
You can usually find these student leaders in the Stu
dent Association store or in Mr. Waughs room.
The Senior class sponsor is Mr. Kenneth Waugh. Mr.
Waugh has been the sponsor for the last four years. In ad
dition to teaching Economics, Government, and U.S. History
and sponsoring Close-up; he works tirelessly working at the
S.A. store part of the year, coordinating caps and gowns,
invitations, and setting up the decorations, and the Gradua
tion program. The Senior Class could not function without
him! (Photo by C. Rigby)


Ackerman, Bonnie:
Soccer, Dance Drill Team, Cougar's manager,
Key Club, French Club, American Dance Drill
Team School "Smile!
Adams, Everly EU":
"Twinkie, Cathy, Lisa, and Daphane, y'all are
great: thanks for the great memories. Most of
all, Scott, my better half; I love you!"
Aguilar, Suhai:
Basketball, Track, and Drama. "Good luck in the
future to all my friends; stay out of trouble."
Arango, Julio:
Water Ski, scuba diving, Volleyball, Spanish Club
"Long life to Black Mass."
Archibold, Bernardo "Bernie":
Football, Spanish Club
Arenas, Erik:
Basketball
Austin, Marco Magnate:
Basketball, Soccer, JROTC "Don't give up."
Ave-Lallemant, Phaedra:
Tennis, Track, Cheerleading, Spanish Club,
Honor Band "The memories will never die.
Thanks to my other half and those that made
:hese times possible.
Barber, Geraldo "Maliante":
Basketball, Soccer, Photography. "Peace and
ove to all lovers."
Barrera, Sasha "Winy:
Business Club, Photography, Chorus. "World
lere I come!"
Barter, Carlos "Flaco":
Basketball, Business Club. I like to go to
lances, to parties, and to date beautiful girls. In
he future I will have my own business. Be cool
md stay out of trouble."
Beard, Patrick:
Basketball
terman, Jorge:
:ootball, Spanish Club. Lord have mercy!"
Irown, Mellany "Lany":
Veightlifting, FHA Club. If you don't help your-
.elf achieve what youre striving for in life,
lont expect anyone else to help you.
Dane, Nicole:
loccer, Drama Club, Thespian, NHS, BHS, SHS,
JHJS, Ecology Club, Beautifaction Club, Key
Hub. "Do not concern yourself with keeping the
lace of your companions; step to the beat of
'our own drum.
lalo, Adriel Batman:
'Puerto Ricans are superior."
lantu, Iluminada Mercy":
loccer
Carreira, Francisco Paco:
Soccer, Spanish Club. "I plan to graduate, study
law, and become a lawyer."
Carver, La'Shanda" Shanda":
Track, Pep Club. "I love you Robert; we'll al
ways be together. I love you mom. Special
thanks to Jessie. Jen, Saun, Danielle, and the
Lloyds."
Castaneda, Jose E. "Pepe":
Tennis, Soccer, Spanish Club, BHS, SHS, Busi
ness Club.
Castrellon, Juan:
Football, Spanish Club. "Scuuuumm .. !"
Castro, Aquiles:
Volleyball, Spanish Club. Business Club, Ecology.
Cedeno, Miquel Mikey":
Football, Soccer, Basketball. "Always think posi
tive!"
Chaluja, Adolfo:
Football, Spanish Club. "Take life one day at a
time, and live every moment of it!"
Charles, Michael D.:
Football, Tennis, Cayuco Race, NHS, BHS. Ecol
ogy Club.
Choy, Francisco Coco":
Spanish Club. "I want to thank Paiz, Nuz,
Muela, and Fire for a great year."
Coleman, Raven "Rae:
Cheerleading captain, Track, Thespian, Art Club,
Peer Counselor. "Thank God it's over!"
Dittl, Christine A. "Chrissy":
Volleyball, Beta, Renaissance, Rocket, JROTC,
and Ecology Clubs, Forensics, Explorers, SADD,
BHS. Thanks to my mom and dad for their sup
port throughout my life "
Dittl, Katherine M. "Kathy":
French, Renaissance, HOSA, Business, Ecology,
and Drama Clubs, SADD. BHS, peer helper, Fo
rensics, Explorers. "Good luck to the class of
1993!"
Dobbertin, Bradley A. "Ace":
Chess, SADD Do the wrong thing, because it's
the right thing to do." Spanish Club. "Live the
moment and don't worry about tomorrow!"
Garcia, Robert "Robbie":
Football, Tennis, Baseball, Cayuco Race, Weight
lifting. "I would like to study Sports Medicine."
Gibbs, Joel M.:
See ya!"
Gibson, Brandon:
Football, Cayuco Race (91-92 Champions)
BHS, Ecology Club.
Gifford, Oscar Scar", "Ox", Oz":
Cayuco Captain, NHS, Ecology Club, Drama
Club, Thespian, Yearbook Staff. "Peace and love
will make this world better. Be mellow!"
Gladding, Nathaniel "Nat":
Diving, Photography "I love Leysi! C.Z rules.
Gold, Jessica:
'T love Alex Stirling, and I wish to be a profes
sional doctor."
Golembiewski, Shannon:
Varsity Tennis, Equestrian, Photography Club
"Thanks Christina and Jackie for all the great
memories! What would I do without you guys?"
Gomez, Roberto "Antonio":
Red Machine Football, Track. C'ya round in the
real world. Much love to Kathy R.T."
Guerrero, Luis "Nino":
Guzman, Ranier:
Soccer
Downs, Esther L.:
Select chorus, Art Club.
Eastham, Dinah R.:
Soccer. Cheerleading, Basketball player and
manager, Volleyball. "I wish everybody the best
of luck to everyone and God bless."
Ellison, Gina A.:
Drama Club, Ecology Club, BHS, Yearbook
"Bunga, Bunga; It's a small world; G.P, thanx
for all."
Epperson, Doyn Shane":
Only with time can we see the soul of the
earth's final destruction."
Espinosa, Julia "Julie:
"Thanks to all my friends for being there when I
needed them. I also thank my mom."
Estrada, Michelle:
Soccer, Spanish, Ecology, and Business Clubs,
Jr. Red Cross, Sophomore Sec. "Go for your
goals! Smile Always."
Estupinian, Saul A.:
Volleyball, Football, French Club, JROTC Battal
ion Executive Officer, Rifle team and Usher
Guard Commander. "I plan on going to college
and joining the military."
Fullerton, Jay Jake the snake":
Baseball, Football, Foto Club, Computer Club. "I
want to become a navy seal and an aircraft me
chanic."
Gale, Carl:
Wrestling, Track, Football, Swimming, French
Club. "Thanks to all my friends. I wish you well
in the future. God bless you."
Garcia, Carla:
Hanf, Stephen "Steve":
Basketball, Yearbook, Newspaper, SADD (Secre
tary), NHS, BHS, Peer Helper, Ecology Club.
Hanson, Rejoyce:
Swim Team, Soccer, Bulldog Mascot, Drama
Club (Treasurer), NHS, Yearbook, Ecology Club,
SADD, BHS, Art Club, Business Club, French
Club, Peer Facilitator. "These are the years in
which we make our dreams come true; make
the best of them '93. We've finally made it!"
Hasebe, Ryoichi Sergio":
Ecology, BHS. Good luck my friends!"
Hatchett, Erin:
Cougars' Manager, Thespian, Drama Club, Thes
pians (President), Honor Chorus. "I just want
to thank everyone for the good times! Lookout
world; here I come!"
Headley, Herica Flaca":
Basketball, French Club. "Hope everyone gradu
ates and has lots of success in the future. Re
member dont drink and drive."
Hemm, Pamela:
Soccer, Volleyball, Dance Team, Business Club
Henderson, Nancy:
Swimming, Track, BHS, NHS, Thespian Honor
Society, YFC, Yearbook, Honor Chorus. "Thanks
to my family and J.M., S.L., C.L., C.R., S.P., and
everyone else for making this year the great
est."
Hepburn, Alejandro "Whitey":
Skateboarding, The Group. The Group rules."
Herazo, Oliver "Big Al:
Football, Volleyball, Basketball. French Club.
"You have to want to!"
Hildreth, Jason:
Wrestling, Football, Track, Bushmasters.
Hinkle, Caroline:
Cheerleader (Captain), Soccer, Volleyball,
Cayuco Race, Football Manager, Homecoming
and Jamboree Princess, NHS, SHS, BHS (Presi
dent), Spanish Club.
Hirom, Fletcher:
Football, Fire Marshall, Drama Club, Server/
Lector, Class President, BHS.
Hogan, Mathew "Matt":
Ecology Club, Yearbook. "I'd like to thank all my
friends for the great times. Best of luck!"
Howard, Alison:
Track (Captain), Basketball (Captain), Volley
ball. Soccer, BHS, French Club, Ecology Club,
NHS, Close Up. "Have fun."
Hunt, Joanne:
Cheerleader, Cayuco Race #1, Drama Club,
Ecology Club, Art Club. Thanks to my best
friends for making my senior year the best,
N.W., J.R., J.T., T.N., M.P"


Jones, Laurie "Mamma":
Basketball, French Club, Dance Team. "To Rey
naldo Williams, we finally made it! Love ya!
Jordan, Michael "Mike":
CWE.
Kan, Ta-wei:
Tennis, Spanish Club, French Club, Ecology
Club, Computer Club, Business Club
Keays, Dawn:
Swimming, Softball, Color Guard, SADD, Year
book, Ecology Club. "Work for the future, but
don't let the present slip away because the
present only comes once."
Kobayashi, Tomoyuki "Tom, "Butch",
"Coiba":
Track, Swimming, Soccer, Football, Ecology
Club, Business Club. "Thank you everybody tor
good memories. Tom was here!"
Lam, Carlos "Carlitos":
Soccer, NHS, BHS, S.A. "Mediocre goals pro
duce mediocre results."
Lancaster, Marilyn "Gizmo":
Volleyball, Soccer, Track.
Leffler, Scott:
Swim Team, Cayuco Race, NHS (Treasurer),
SHS, BHS, Spanish Club, SADD (Treasurer),
M.U.W., Close Up, Jr. Class V.P., Prom Commit
tee (Chairman), Drama Club, Yearbook
Lloyd, Jason "Bigman":
Football. Good for us and bad for them."
Lopez, David D-Nice":
Football. "Peace to all my Latino brothers. Told
ya shoulda killed me last year."
Malave, Rosadely Rosa":
Track, Soccer, Softball, French Club (Presi
dent). Spanish Club. Logo Club, Business Club
(Chairman). "I thank my closest friends for ev
erything; for being there when I needed them
and also for making my life a lot better. Thank
you Michelle E.. Erine S and Nicole B. I'll miss
you!"
Manzanares, Johanna:
Volleyball, Dance Team, Music Treasurer, Span
ish Club, SADD.
Marquez, Gustavo Goose":
Basketball. Volleyball. Computer Club. "Lookout
for that plaque undergraduates.
Matinelli, Juan:
"Where's the trip? Cual es el trance7"
McCoy, Michelle Mickey":
Track, Cheerleading, French Club. The future is
no joke! You hold the key to it."
McDonald, Brandi "Red":
Softball, Ecology Club, AFJROTC, Speech Club,
T.I.B.S. "Thanks to Nate, Dan, Ginger, Billy, and
of course everyone who knows me. I love you
all."
McQueen, Danielle Dee":
"Dear Keven, I love you! Two years and count
ing."
Merkel, Ian:
CAP. Ecology Club. Beta lota Kappa, Math Club.
Band. "Intelligence is the key to success; com
edy is the key to life; love is in everything."
Merriweather, William "Yuni":
Football, Soccer, Track. Be faithful: take one
girl at a time."
Meyers, Alberta Betty':
Soccer, Tennis, Powder Puff, Yearbook, French
Club, Ecology Club, Photography, Parakeet
Staff
Michel, Tim:
Wrestling, Football, Baseball, Ecology Club.
Mills, Dean:
Photo Club (President), Yearbook, Ecology
Club, Computer Club.
Mishiro, Kayoe:
Badminton, Basketball, Art Club.
Mishler, Justine Teny":
Tennis, Scuba Diving, NHS, BHS, SHS, Spanish
Club. Nothing is impossible."
Mizrachi, Michelle:
French Club, Yearbook Staff, BHS, Ecology Club,
Computer Club, Prom Committee. "Don't waste
your life; take advantage of every minute be
cause once it's gone there's no turning back."
Thanks to everyone. Def Lepp Rule!"
Modelo, Candy:
Soccer, Ecology Club (Secretary), Drama Club,
Yearbook. "I'd like to thank God, my parents,
and my friends for everything! I plan to pursue
a career in the medical field "
Molina, Rina:
Spanish Club V.P. "Thanks to Rita, Jennifer, Jes
sica, and Jose Luis for all the memories."
Morgan, Michael:
Track, Soccer, Football, Cayuco Race. "I like
Panama, I enioy all the friends I have, and I love
to be with my girlfriend."
Morris, Raymond "Boo Boo, "Pokadots" Can-
dyman":
Football, Basketball, Baseball. Soccer, Black
Awareness Club. To all my boys, wassup. To
all my friends, |ust live one day at a time and
don't ever forget me. Remember Always 'Don't
Jock'!"
Moyers, Erika:
Basketball (Manager). "I made it! Thanks to all
my friends that made my years here fun. I'll
never forget ya'll; especially La'Shanda and
Yaira."
Myers, Sharlene:
Powder Puff, Volleyball, Track, S.A. Representa
tive, Spanish Club.
Myrick, Trinity Trin:
Softball, PRIDE. SADD, Yearbook. Rifle Team.
Nakagawa, Yoko:
Tennis, Honor Chorus.
Navarro, Norma "Indira":
Girls Varsity Soccer, Computer Club, French
Club, Ecology Club "Thank you to my family
and all my real friends for making this a won
derful year."
Nessler, Ronda:
Soccer. "Love ya Gut!
Nevarez, Sandra Millie":
Drama Club, Key Club, Beta Club, NHS, Anchor
Club, Yearbook Staff, Honor Roll.
Norton, Tara:
Track, Basketball, Soccer, Cayuco, S.A., BHS
Secretary. "Good luck to all my friends who
made my senior year great! I'll miss you, Jill!"
Numata, Chieko:
Computer Club.
Nunan, Jodi:
"Life is filled with opportunities, & it's up to me
to conquer them.
Nunez, Armando:
Business Club. Increase deh Peace "
Oakley, Dielta "Sally":
Varsity Cheerleading, Soccer, Spanish Club Sec
retary. "Thanks Abbie and Chippie for the great
memories. Amiguita and Annie thanks for being
there for me and for all your help Amiguitas 4-
EVA. LW you all! The best of luck to the class
of 1993."
Olandese, Kevin:
Volleyball. Track, Ecology Club, Photography
Club, Yearbook Staff, Parakeet. "Panama was
great. Too bad it has to end so soon "
Ortiz, Patricia "Patty":
Volleyball, Spanish Club, French Club, Business
Club, SADD. "My future plans are to go to Bos
ton & study medicine. I want to give special
thanks to my family and my friends."
Padilla, Jose Sully":
Business Club, Computer Club, JROTC Bushmas-
ter XO Delta Company Commander.
Pai, Ching-I:
Advanced Band. "Life is a wonderful thing.
Park, Yong Suk:
NHS, BHS, SHS President, Computer Club Presi
dent, Ecology Club, Spanish Club, Yearbook
Staff, SAO. "Thanks to Jehovah God, Dad and
Mom. Dong and Jung, my dog Dooly, and to all
my friends for their help and support. Gaby P
Michelle M., Laurita S.: We did it! Dai; Arigatc
Justine: Thanks a lot, and don't worry abou
.. (you know what). Physics Students: I
wasn't that bad! Future Thalians: Good luck
'Love is long-suffering. Love is not lealous, i
does not brag, does not get puffed up, does no
behave indecently, does not look for its own in
terests, does not become provoked. It does no
keep count of in|ury. ICo 13:4,5'.
Parsons, Gregory "Greg:
Only a dead fish swims with the stream."
Patty, Shawn:
S.A. President, SAC Committee, and SAO. "
love you Catherine Rigby!!''
Pedersen, Robert Bob":
I hate environmentalism!'
Peoples, Joseph Black":
Strength Club, Track Captain, Ft. Clayton Teei
Counsel V.P. Life is sweet, but money is life."
Peterson, Daniel "Donney':
Football, Cayuco Race.
Petrosky, Dana "Crash":
Volleyball (Red Machine). Take care of your
selves and watch for what may be on the othei
side. I'd also like to thank my Mom, Dad, am
brother Rob for being so understanding and sup
portive."
Petrucci, Mindy:
Swimming. Marching Band, Honor Band, Con
cert Band, Manager of Soccer, Football, and
Baseball, Ecology Club, Drama Club, BHS. SADD.
"To my true friends .. thanks. Remember:
Dont stress, get groovy see you in the
stars. Nina, friends forever."
Pinto, Gabriela Gaby":
SADD V.P., Pres., and Sec., Spanish Club, NJHS,
Zephyrus, Art Club Sec., Prom Committee, Year
book SR. Section Editor "Thanks to Jhommy &
Patty for being there for me. And a special
thanks to Michelle M., Laura S.. and Yong P.,
for putting up with my bad moods and for being
bossy in Yearbook; I wish you all luck in the fu
ture. To the entire Senior Class I wish best of
luck."
Poore, Catherine Cathy":
Tennis, NJHS, Spanish Club, Photography Club.
"Thanks for all of the great times Lisa, Everly,
Trin, Daph, Cathy -n- Henry."
Pratt, Patrick "Pat":
Football, Track, SADD, Yearbook Staff, Powder
Puff Cheerleader Peace, love, and happiness,
that is every senior's dream! Sincerely all my
love to Dawn; Weenie think with all your heart!!
I will always love you."
Propst, Michelle "Chelle":
NHS, BHS, Treasurer of Ecology Club, and some
things' can't remember. "The last advice to the
seniors at BHS: live life to the fullest because


(ou dont get a second chance. To all my
nends: I love you dearly. Thanks for the sup-
wrt! Corner Crew Ruiz!"
tenfro, Misty:
Theerleading (Capt.). Softball, Tennis, Year-
wok Staff, Art Club.
tichards, Alfredo )r. "Flash" "Caballo":
tll-lsthmian and Captain in Football, Track, and
ioccer; Best Sophomore Football Player Award,
.992 Prom Prince. "You can't stop what you
an't catch."
ligby, Catherine Cathy":
'earbook. Computer Club, NJHS, SHS. Photogra-
ihy Club, Newspaper, Zephyrus, High School
ournalism Institute, Student Elections, SA,
'.ommittees, "Carlos, Scott, Everett: I love you
ach very much. Good luck in the future- thanks
Dr being my self-appointed older brothers. Nan-
y- Banging Bellybuttons. Mrs. Bales, Mrs.
hite, Mrs. Manchester- HOORAY! Zoman
;taff- We made it! Shawn-1 found my PPR!"
Mamas, Joseph "Joe":
ill-lsthmian Swim Team Captain, Track and
leld, Spanish Club, Computer Club, Ecology
tub. Photography Club, Yearbook Staff, SADO,
Jack Culture Awareness Club. "Thanks to ev-
rybody for a memorable year.
¡vera. Ivan "The Terrible:
Ireen Devil Varsity Football.
ivera, Ricardo "Rico"
ivera, Robert Bobby":
asketball, ROTC- "Bushmaster Detachment"
Success is the result of dedication.- Just Do
oach, Armando "Diamond":
ootball, Business Club, Dance Team, JROTC.
Even with the set backs, I'm still going
trong."
oach, Jhomahara "Jhomy":
occer, Business Club. I would like to go into
usiness World and have my degree in Econom-
:s and Finance: also study Publicity. I would
ke to thank my parents and friends for being
rere when I needed them. Thanks- I couldn't
ave done it without your help."
obinson, Dalila D.D.:
occer, Volleyball, Spanish Club, French Club,
usiness Club, Bushmaster Commander & Bat
ilions-4, Teen Mayor & Secretary. "Love Peace
Happiness & may God bless Y' all!
obinson, Noni:
asketball, Track, Volleyball, NJHS, NHS, Span-
h Club, Peer Counseling, Sr. Class President,
ainbow Girls. "Nothing but the best to all: and
its of love to my Mom, brother, and Tyrone!"
ornan, Daniel:
rack, Computer Club, Bushmaster, Drill Team,
ifle Team. "Keep cool, have fun, and don't use
drugs."
Roscoe, Jill:
Varsity Cheerleading Captain, Powder Puff Foot
ball, Softball, Cayuco Race. BHS, SHS, NHS.
"Thanks to all my friends, especially Joanne,
Natalie, and Tara for all the great memories
that I'll remember forever! I LOVE YOU TYLER!
Rose, Angela Angie":
Marching Band, Band. "Love life and it will love
you."
Ruiz, Doris "Michelle":
Soccer, Soccer Coach, Business Club, French
Club, Computer Club, Ecology Club, NJHS, NHS,
Student News, Honor Roll. "To those special
people in my life, you'll never know the |oy
you've brought to me. Thank you for the love
and support."
Rutledge, Timothy Tiny:
Football, SAMM (Students Against MADD Moth
ers!). "Kick back your Senior Year: you deserve
it!"
Ryan, Lawrence Larry":
Soccer, Spanish Club. Ecology Club.
Sanchez, Kara:
Softball, Photography Club, Business Club, Life
guard, Swimming Instructor, Spanish Club.
There's nothing so deceptive as one's outward
appearance. Always pretending to be what we're
not. Our physical frames are complete disguises
for our actual selves. We re all merely fabrica
tions through which neither friend nor foe can
spy. Every day is a small fraction of your life. I
just plan to live each day happily and hope it
will result in a long enjoyable life."
Schepper, Lisa:
SADD, Photography Club. Thanks for being
there Cathy, Trm. Daph & Everly- Dex-n-Lee."
Schulman, Lauren:
Cougar Baseball Manager, BHS, NHS, Photogra
phy Club.
Seales, Jason "Heazz":
Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field, French
Club, JROTC Bushmasters. "Peace out and don't
jock!"
Sears, Katherine "Kate":
Varsity Soccer & Swimming, Softball, NHS Presi
dent, Drama Club, Thespian Secretary, BHS.
"Christ Alive" "All my love & thanks to the se
niors of BHS. Good luck & God bless."
Segura, Laura "Laurita":
Swimming, Fashion Show, Spanish Club, Ecology
Club, Yearbook Staff. "I want to thank God for
making this Senior Year one of my best memo
rable high school years and for granting me the
opportunities of having the greatest close friend
I have: in particular Humberto Lopez."
Shadeck, Karen "Bear:
Drama/Thespians Officer, BHS, Yearbook Staff,
Business Club, NHS. Maybe later, maybe
never!!!"
Shaha, Benjamin "Blondie":
Football, Basketball. Baseball. Spanish Club.
SHS, NHS.
Sherrod, Aisha:
Soccer, Black Awareness Cultural Club, French
Club. Study hard, never underestimate your
self, always believe in yourself; it will pay off!"
Siddiqi, Afsheen:
Track, Ecology Club, S.A. Representative, BHS.
Smith, Bryan:
Baseball, Football, SADD, Spanish Club, L Club,
Freshman Class President, Sophomore class
V.P. "It was here that I got to know a lot of peo
ple. Hope to see you in the future."
Smith, Kimberly:
Advanced Band, Marching Band, Concert Band,
Color Guard. I'd rather be in the States "
Smith, Richard "Rick":
Wrestling, Cross-country.
Snyder, Jennifer:
Spanish Club, SADD. Thank you Rina, Rita, Jes
sica. and Manuel for all the good times.
Stader, David:
Varsity Basketball, Varsity Volleyball. Varsity
Soccer.
Stanchfield, Renea "T.G.":
CHS Volleyball Co-Captain, Drama Club, Thes
pian Society, BHS. "Be what you want, but al
ways be you."
Staton, Anthony "Alex":
Bulldogs Baseball, Bulldogs Football, Peer
Helper.
Stephens, Omar:
Wrestling, Swimming, Ecology Club.
Straub, Tyson:
Karate. Cayuco, Computer Club "The beginning
starts here
Takahashi, Dai:
Track and Field, Soccer, French Club "Sushi,
Tempura, Kamikase, and Dai1"
Taylor, Constance "Connie":
Cross-country, Track, NJROTC (Athletic team.
Drill Team).
Thompson, Christina:
Cheerleader, Tennis. "To my 'sisters' Jack &
Shan. Thanks for the great memories."
Thompson, Derrick Fudy" The Rocket":
Football, Track. Baseball. Art Club. Drama Club.
Computer Club.
Thompson, Jacqueline:
Varsity Tennis, Varsity Cheerleading Homecom
ing Princess '91. "Thanks to all my friends (you
all know who you are) especially to my two sis
ters Chris and Shannon for making these years
count."
Torres, Marlon "Paiz":
Basketball. "Play them all, it's only one life.
Good luck in the future to all!"
Torres, Sammy "Samster":
Football, Swim Team, Baseball, Tennis, Volley
ball, Spanish Club, Ecology Club. "Live long and
never drive through wet grass with your
bronco."
Toth, Daniel Tim" Dan Dave "Beaney":
Volleyball, Football, Swimming, Soccer, Drama
Club. "Hope to attend Annapolis Naval Academy
Whoa Dude!' 'Cool'."
Tremblay, Hellen:
Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, S.A., Spanish Club,
Jamboree queen '92 Cougars. "If it floats your
boat."
Tunon, Jessica "Flaca":
"I wish all my classmates graduate and have a
lot of success in their lives. Fight for your
rights."
Underwood, Quint "Squid":
Captain Varsity Football, Captain Varsity Volley
ball, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Track and Field,
Voted Outstanding Varsity Athlete, Letterman's
Club, Ecology Club. Could have had ya!"
Vanderwall, Karl Ziggy":
Soccer. To all my friends: Keep on surfing."
Vaughn, Michael Mike":
Basketball.
Vega, Lynnette:
Computer Club. "I want to be a great accoun
tant!!! And I can."
Vergara, Minoska Mino":
Business Club. "Id like to thank my friends,
family, and teachers for being there when I
needed them "
Wagner, Ann Annie":
Varsity Soccer (Captain), Varsity Track (Cap
tain), Varsity Basketball (Captain), Softball,
Ecology Club. BHS, NHS, Pep Club. Spanish Club
To accomplish Great things we must not only
act but also dream; not only plan but also be
lieve.
Walker, Shane Chawno":
Cayuco Race, Ping Pong, Business Club, Art
Club, Ecology Club. "See ya and I wouldn't want
to be ya."
Walters, Jamie:
"Better to burn out than fade away
Ward, Rossaue "Saun":


Varsity Basketball. Volleyball. Student Council,
Black Cultural Awareness Club, Drama Club,
Dance Team. "To Lashanda and Danielle: We
outta here! I love you Robert!"
Watkins, Natalie Nat":
Cheerleading (Co-Captain), Cayuco Race, Soft-
ball, Yearbook Staff, Parakeet, Photography
Club. "I want to thank all my friends for making
my Sr year the best! Ricky-1 love you!"
Webb, Marianna:
Intramural Volleyball, Cheerleading (Cougars),
Cayuco Race, French Club, Ecology Club, JROTC
Rifle Team "93!"
Webb. Melissa "Mel":
Soccer, Volleyball, Cayuco Race, Cougar's Man
ager, Computer Club, Ecology Club. "Love to
Mike, Marianna, and Michelle; thanks for all the
fun and interesting times."
Welch, Lottie:
JROTC (Held position of 2 Platoon Sergeant).
"My goal is to be a professional woman, a
mother, and a wife. Thank you."
Wells, Stacey "Ike":
Baseball, Soccer, Powder Puff, President and
Treasurer of SADD, President of Peer Helpers,
Math Club, Member of Just Say No.
Westgate, Frank "Shamu Smurf- Ballena":
Tennis, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, Sopho
more President, Spanish Club President, NHS,
Ecology Club, Drama Club, Cello. "Thanks to ev
eryone that helped me through life. Save the
earth and ride the waves,"
White, Adam:
Track.
Williams, Reynaldo Jr. "Black Stallion":
Football. "I'm outta here!"
Williams, Tamiko "Meko":
Track and Field.
Williams, Tanya "Tan-Tan":
Student Council. "Mother of Tangeria Williams."
Williford, John:
Football. Tennis, Cayuco Race, Powder Puff,
Computer Club, Lettermans Club.
Wilson, Troy:
Football. Baseball, Soccer, Cross Country, Wres
tlmg, Foreign Exchange Program, Model UN
Wing, Michael "Mike":
Green Devil Football, Soccer, Cayuco Race. BHS,
French Club.
Zafrani, Arle "Ari":
Ecology Club.
Zimmerman, Daniel "Danny":
The Group. "Good luck to The Group."
Karl Vanderwall was snoozing during cla :r
cause he was dancing all night. (Photo r
Westgate.)
As Ronda Nessler is finding out, applying to col
leges is a lot of paper work. (Photo by G. Elli
son.)
We found a cat killer in our school! Danny
Gonzalez is caught red handed stabbing a de
fenseless cat. (Photo by S. Golembiewski.)


Don't you hate it when you cant remember
something important? Danny Peterson is
going through those symptoms right now.
(Photo by N. Watkins.)
Rossaue Ward is making a senior's most
difficult decision: choosing what college to
attend. (Photo by G. Ellison.)


lose Castaneda helps a BES student paint her
rocket tor the rocket launch. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Seniors


John Henriquez sweats it out at the Physics
catapult while Alison Howard and Ben
Shaha take a break. (Photo by C. Rigby.)
Michael Charles is making use of his green
thumb in the school's new green house.
(Photo by P. Baca.)
Michelle McCoy is searching for her senior bal
loon. (Photo by C. Rigby.)
Seniors


Roberto A. Abrego
Juan P. Acevedo
Stephen Acuna
Anthony L Aird
Maria E. Aleman
Leah Allen
Andrea E. Alvarado
Geraldine M. Amat
Donovan J. Arias
Karl S. Arnold
Tanya Arocho
Gabriel J. Bacot
Michelle D. Barnett
Damans J. Batista
Jennifer M Baumgarder
Daniel Beitia
Toybe I. Bennett
Teresita M. Berrezueta
Dawn E. Bilgray
Stacey R Boozer
Anthony C. Borowicz
Carole M. Bourbeau
Andrea D Brandenburg
Ross E. Brayton
Fermn I. Broce
Deron D. Brooks
Dana L. Bullard
Marlene T. Bustamante-Herrero
Kevin Cadiz
Jesus M. Calo
Nilda Ivette Camacho
Monique A. Carbonell
Omar Cardona
Carlo M Castillo
Maria Castrellon
Migdalia l Castro
Jeffrey A. Caughie
Itzel N Chang
Norman D Charleville III
Bruce A. Chastain
David Tae-Sung Choi
Antonio G. Cisneros


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Martha 0. Clark
Chelsea M. Coffey
Lourdes M. Constante
Anthony V. Cooksey
Heather Cooper
Melanie E. Cooper
Tarina B. Cordoba
Christopher D. Corrigan
Samantha E. Cowling
John H. Crespo
Chad A. Crouch
Anghela M. Crowdis
Alvaro R. Cruz
Laura J Cuthbert
Stephen J. Daily
Girlie De La Cruz
Horacio A. Decerga
Cristina M Del Hoyo
Luis C Diaz
Susan M Doughty
Lawrence M. Drennan
Jerry L. Ellingsen
Melinda S. Erickson
Alexander Feliu
Arnold G. Ferguson
Walter Fernandez
Paul Fischbach Jr.
Michael C. Fisher
Bronwyne J. Frith
Ganziano A. Susan
Ronald J. Garrido
Roberto E. George
Golembiewski C. Shawn
Luis Jose Gonzalez
Marcos H. Gonzalez
Dmorath P. Graiales
Elbert Grant Jr.
Emil S. Griffin
Carla V. Guerra
Anabel Gundin
Alvaro E. Gutierrez
Edwin 0. Gutierrez


Michael A. Harris
Rebecca L. Heard
John J. Henriquez
Jose A. Hernandez
Victor 0. Hernandez Jr.
Vannesa E. Hernandez
Cesar Lou
Scott A. Lowry
Bryan N. Lugo
Christine M. Maduro
Karina E. Manning
Jesse P Marotta
Finley W. Hill
William S. Hinkle Jr.
Chelsey E. Hof)
Michael A. Holstrom
Ching-Yeh Hung
Jessie Husband
Chrysta L. Hutchinson
Shondre M. James
Susannah L. Johnson
Timothy R. Johnson
Juanita Ann Jordan
Luis A. Juliao
Megan J. Kelly
Sharol K. Kelly
Teralee R. Kemp
Adrienne J. Kinghorn
Jeanette V. Kmsley
Arthur R. Krapfl Jr.
Michelle A Kuo
Anne M. Langill
James T. Lantry
Terri M. Law
Ana I. Lee
Christopher J. Lee
Kimberly V. Lee
Christine E. Lively
Tatiana Llach
Jennifer C. Lloyd
Brenda M. Lomba
Joseph P. Lopez


Douglas C. Marquardt
Ami L. Marribitt
Carlos H. Martinelli
Angela M, Marx
Audra A. Matheney
Shanna M. Mattingly -
Ryan D. McConaughey
Clement S. McFarlane )r.
Milton McKay
Daphne D. McWhorter
Karen D. Meyer
Nichelle M. Miller
Thomas T. Mitcham
Warren Mobley
Jahaira Montalvo
William T. Moore
Nishawne J. Moran
Veronica L. Morrison
Leah E. Moss
Stephanie M.M Munoz
Takashi Murata
Nicole M. Nassiff
Louise M. Nealy
Gregory S. Nevm
Wesley A. Nicholls
Nayda J. Nieves
Peter J. Norman
Joseph J. Olivares
Henry 0. Ollendick
Luis A. Orande
Brenda L. Ortiz
Tania M. Ortiz
Midori Oura
Daniel Padilla
Jessica R. Penkoske
Shanna Phelps
Katherine L. Pierre
Ryan D Poggenpohl
William H. Pohl
Carlos A. Poveda Jr.
Nichole R. Powe
Jennifer L. Pownall


Jerome 0. Pnce
Nicole L. K Profis
Tyler Ross Quinn
Heidi M. Ratliff
Robert F. Reyes
Christopher J. Riley
Latoya T. Rmes
Peter A. Rivas III
Carmen E. Rivera
Jomseff M. Robinson
Ivan Rodriguez-Mesa
Lisa M. Ro|as
Ingrid L. Romagnoli
Brian T. Rowley
Derek D. Rowley
Wendy A. Ruiz
Ricardo A. Salterio
Efrain E. Sanchez
Bernardo Santana III
Ernesto Schnack
Marie A. Schulz
Shawn K. Scott
Morgan Seppy
Joseph W. Shaha
Tanaiya R. Shaw
Ana L. Sherry
Amy C. Shie
Ryan J. Singh
Erika E. Small
Enrique R. Smith
Kenneth J. Smith
Valerye M. Spratlmg
Amanda C. Spurlock
Desiree A. Squire
Jessica A. Staha
Eddie G. Stanford
Kan M Syrdahl
Jemlee A. Szymanski
Carlos M. Tapanes
Johanna N Tate
Jennifer D. Thomas
Heather A. Thompson


Oscar G. Zapata
Joseph R. Zornes
Jesse C. Thompson III
John E. Thompson
Martha Tola
Jamoore K. Toney
Nathan E. Traywick
Suzanne Trippany
Edgar H Weeks
Jaqueline A. Weeks
Beniamin Wemhoener-Cuite
James J. Wilson
Russell W. Wilson
William P Wing Jr.
Jaime Wolf
Raquel I. Wolf
Marcus J. Worcester
Jonathan 0. Wright
Wai Fee Wu
Dilicia Y. Yanez
Jennifer Young
Chung-Dar Yu
Marcia Tunon
Henry B. Twohy III
Vanessa L. Uhorchek
Jennifer L. Ulrich
Shem 0. Unger
Anthony C. Usera
Gabriela Valencia
Mildred A. Vasquez
Michelle C. Versailles
Gerardo Villarreal
Lance C. Von Hollen
Riuw Wantanabe
Not Pictured
Jasskel B. Brassfield
Shannon W. Holmes
Dannie C. Cooper
Amir Humo
Carrie A. Corona
Kisha L. Lentz
Carlos E. DeLeon
Jenniffer Roach
Latoya Foreman
Jeffrey M. Schepper
Raymond Estupmian
David W. Shirley
Luis A. Frias
Drake H. Sprague
Honoray V. Frith
Crystal S. Sterf
Joshua R. Gale
Renee H. Stewart
Erica K. Gonzalez
Brian M. Swenty
Joe A. Gutierrez
Toumam T. Thomas
Gretchen M. Hess
Jonathan H. Hoffman
Melissa Upton
Juniors


Ana Sherry and Jackie Weeks enioy lunch by their lockers
(Photo by S. Boozer)
Cartoons
Are Not Just For Kids
"Bree, Bree, Bree; What's up
doc?" Cartoon's are what's up.
And so will you be after those
looney characters from Bugs
Bunny to Ren and Stimpy glue
your eye balls to the T.V. screen.
There are bunches of cartoon
freaks from all ages outhere. You'll
be surprised how many are past
their 40's! And why this cartoon
mama?
T think they're cool, cartoons
are awesome," says Christine
Lively (11).
And what about those green
slimy artists one keeps hearing
about?
"My favorite cartoons are Ninia
Turtles: because I can relate to
them in personality," says
Vanessa Hernandez (11)
Cartoons appear everywhere
from T.V. to magazines like Fox
Trot Many people see themselves
in these characters Alex Sosa
claims to have a similar
personality as one of the Fox Trot
characters.
Yuni Merriweather (12) prefers
the Pink Panther "Cause its the
funniest cartoon and it's original."
For Omar Cardona (11) its
"The Flinstones, Yeah!"
Few people remember the
amorphous lovable blobs called the
Barba Papas. One fan, junior
Monique Carbonell says, "They
were an undeniable part of my
childhood."
The Barba Papas could adapt
their shapes and become other
things- horses, cars, trucks, and
other assorted shapes.
I remember them," said senior
Cathy Rigby. "They were really
weird."
So don't be down, now that you
know whats up "That's all
folks!"
Fletcher Hirom takes his turn on the Thalean Bike Ride
(photo by C. Rigby)
Greg Nevrn stares straight ahead (photo by A Alvarado)
Terri Law feeds her mind by reading, (photo by S. Boozer)
Prake Spragoe examines his lunch betore he takes a bite (photo
by S Boozer)
Billy Wing and Ivan Rodriguez express their liking tor certain
class rings, (photo by C. Rigby)
Studying together made work easier tor students, (photo by S.
Boozer)


Monique Carbonell demonstrates how to build a
cookie house during speech class, (photo by M.
Schulz)
Lance Von Hollen diligently works on his art work, (photo by A
Alvarado)
The picnic tables were a leisurely hangout among students at
BHS. (photo by C. Rigby)
Nicole Profis and Trevor Huddelston give a quick peck during a
Thursday night YFC event, (photo by S. Boozer)
Dawn Bilgray shows us a new hairstyle at cheerleading tryouts
(photo by N. Watkins)


Our Jr. Class Officers are Vanessa Uhorchak, Monique Carbonell.
and Marie Schulz, (photo by C Rigby)
Chelsea Coffey shows her spirit by wearing a toga for Toga
Day. (photo by G. Ellison)
Juniors


Misty Renfro and Josh Gale share a joke while working in art
class, (photo by A. Alvarado)
Thomas Mitcham "gets physical' during the Health Fair (photo
by C Rigby)
Pay up!", threatens Mr Waugh as John Thompson attempts to
buy some cookies during SURF A common scene in room 308
(photo by A. Alvarado)
During tryouts, Brandyn Marx discusses with Joanne Hunt, (photo
by N Watkins)
68 ) Juniors
Work hard! Monique Carbonell concentrates on her work as she
finishes her Chemistry lab. (photo by A. Alvarado)
"Yeah, right!", Susan Ganziano doesnt seem to believe what
shes told, (photo by A. Alvarado)
Bryan Lugo concentrates intensely on making a masterpiece
in Ms Kat's Art class, (photo by G. Ellison)
Juniors
69


Ryochi Hasabe advises Scott Leffler on how to put up the umbrella
while Rosa Malave adjusts her shades. These Physics students kept
track of the rockets' height and speed. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Chad Crouch shows us the disadvantage of having a bottom locker,
(photo by G. Ellison)
Jennie Ulrich doesn't mind squatting in the dirt to plant a tree for
Ecology Club, (photo D. Mills)
Omar Cardona takes a break from his work and scratches his
nose, (photo by A. Alvarado)
Juniors


Kathy Lopez and Kevin Olandese race to see who could finish
their bowl first, (photo by S. Boozer)
Armando Roach shovels through a whole bunch of papers, (photo
by C. Rigby)
Cristina Thompson spots something much more interesting than
the scrumptious brownie she is eating, (photo by N. Watkins)
Mr. Thale looks up from cleaning the plaque, (photo by C. Rigby)


Juniors
Vanessa Hernandez greedily takes the whole can of popcorn to
herself (photo by A. Alvarado)
Carrie Corona drifts into the world of thought, (photo by A Alva
rado)
Students find time to cram before class at their lockers, (photo
by S. Boozer)
Laura Cuthbert dreamily concentrates on her work
(photo by S. Boozer)
A group of junior and senior high students gather and await for
the "Going Bananas" games to begin. (N. Henderson)

Veronica Morrison closes her locker relieved that she
survived another hectic day. (photo by S. Boozer)
Kim Smith and Gaby Pinto visually participate at the Pep
Rally (photo by C Rigby)
Juniors
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Music-The Forbidden Abyss
Blasting through your stereo
speakers is a melody, from
rhyming lyrics to flowing freaky
screams it moves you; it soothes
you. Its music. What are its
limits? Can warning labels prevent
its effect on people or should it be
up to the listener?
"I think its up to the listener
'cause it's your choice", says
Carla Guerra (11).
The duty of the advisory label is
thought by some people to be a
good one because it forewarns
customers of the type" of
language the album might express.
Another is that it avoids
censorship. There is an opposing
view: advisory labels wont protect
the ears of the young; and the
more they forbid the music, the
more itll be bought. Okay, so
whats the purpose of these labels
- to ruin the artists claim to fame
or to stop the corruption that
music portrays? Where is the
enemy? Is it in the music or in the
mind of the listener?
Andrea Alvarado takes time oft from chemistry class to contem
plate over the philosophy of life, (photo by M. Carbonell)
Kim Lee warms up by stretching before cheerleading tryouts
(photo by N. Watkins)
Mrs. Seitz warns her students against the dangers of acid during
a chemistry lab (photo by M Carbonell)
Juniors


Nicole Profis hides herself from reality, (photo by S
Boozer)
Green Devil cheerleaders wait to perform their routine at the pep
- rally, (photo by G. Dee)
Josh Gale and Shane Walker contemplate their masterpieces
(photo by A. Alvarado)
Heidi Ratliff and Thomas Moore buy fattening goodies during
SURF, (photo by A. Alvarado)
Juniors


A group of girls chat during cheerleading tryouts (photo by N
Watkins)
01 photo by N Watkins)
Fletcher Hirom and Carlos Lam prepare the equipment for the
music at the rocket launch, (photo by C Rigby)
Two BES students figure out what's wrong with their
rocket, (photo by C Rigby)
Michel Chase patiently waits 'til the game begins, (photo by N
Watkins)
Trevor Huddleston participates in one of the many
YFC activities (photo by S Boozer)


Admission was one banana and a
paper cup, but if you forgot it was ok.
The 2nd annual "Going Banana" was
held at CJHS on August 29th for |umor
and senior high students. It was
sponsored by Youth For Christ (YFC)
and people weren't quite sure why
they were there.
"It's a good way for kids to meet at
the beginning of the year," said David
Herrell, the yellow team leader, "for
some good fun."
While fun was also a reason for
Stacy Boozer (11), her top two
priorities were to "get messy and get
sick tomorrow from bananas."
What was there to get messy over?
In banana volleyball, a wall of people
was erected across the middle of the
floor. Team members paired up holding
a sheet between them with which they
used to serve, catch, spike bananas.
Team members realized they had to
work together to serve.
"She didnt count right! She didn't
throw it when she was supposed to,
but other than that, it was awesome,"
said Pilar Cuite afterwards.
Carlos Lam and Cathy Rigby, both
seniors, had paired up for that one. "It
was different ..." said Lam.
"Serving was definitely strange.
Carlos yanked the sheet out of my
hands a few times," said Rigby.
Some people seemed lost over what
to make of it all.
"Ask me later. I gotta think about
it," said Carl Gale (12).
As the night progressed, new
horrors unfolded. In banana relay two
team members ran up the stage and
were blindfolded. Then they laid down
head to head and reached up over
their heads to feed their partner a
banana. Only after the bananas were
consumed, could they pull off the
blindfolds and run off stage to "high
five" the next two team members.
"He kept sticking it in my throat,
said Scott Leffler (12).
"So ? You kept knocking my
forehead!" said Shawn Patty (12).
After four rounds of banana rounds,
the yellow team won Were people glad
they came?
Patty said, "Yes, and I think Ive
fulfilled my potassium requirement for
the day!
Nadia F. Acosta
Steven A. Acosta
Frederick A. Adams
Nadia A. Aird
Manuel N. Alvarez
Solimar T. Antilladas
Edna P. Arnold
Elizabeth J. Arosemena
Tanya M. Bacot
Jeedithbell Balbastro
Michael Banks
Antonio N. Banos Aran/
Abdul A. Barrera
Jason A. Bauer
Sarah E Beattie
Cameron G. Benson
Jessie R. Berger
Gian Carlo Bianchim
Sophomores
Scott Leftler and Shawn Patty try to teed each
other a banana. Most people quickly realized
this was much harder than it seemed. (Photo
by N. Henderson)
Norman Charleville encourages his
team members on towards victory. Go
ing Bananas turned out to be a suc
cess. (Photo by N. Henderson)
Joseph P. Bibbo
Noel P Blades
Samaris K. Blades
Jan M Blanchette
Ricardo M. Blenman
Joaquin Bond
Walter A. Bottm
Walter C. Bottin
Thomas P. Briceland Jr.
Victor E. Brown Jr
Holly K Brunner
Michael A. Buchanan
Stacy L. Burton
Magdelme C. Cantu
Elliot Carlson
Idis J. Carrison
Felicia Carrola
Jason Carrola
Sophomores
XE3


Marcha luon checks out 1 table at
the College Fan hekt every year in the
BHS library (Photo by F Westgale )
|1 Wagner goes tor the point at the
RED vs TIGERS game Girls basketball
was a big hit at BHS (Photo by F
Westgate)
EVENTS
TIME FLIES
WHEN YOURE
HAVING FUN
Sometimes you |ust can't get your lock
open Ryan Singh has "one of those
days" while he attempts to retrieve his
books (Photo by F Westgate.)
Lenin Castillo
Raul Chang
Michael J Chase
Albert B Chavez
Luis A. Chevere Jr
Jesse S. Christopherson
Herbert E Cleveland Jr
Margaret M Clouston
Monica I Cobham
Choi E. Collins
Michelle L. Collins
Ralph Colon
Lynda J. Conway
Alexander J. Copper
Lesley 0. Copper
Virginia E Corbett
Julio C Coronado
James D Crespo
Sophomores
Sophomores


Olm J. Crouch
Javelle N. Crowder
Katie Cuite
Henry B. Davis
Paul De tanon
Monica N. Deckard
Narinderpt S. Dhaliwal
Daphne Diaz
Joanna D. Diaz
Ian H. Dillon
Jason L. Domenech
Paul F. Edwards
Raylene J. Ellingsen
Deserea M Ellis
Joy L. Engelke
Amanda R. Erder
Audrey E. Ernest
Kristin M. Faye
Hector Jeffrey and Lee Olivares stop a moment
to have pictures taken People go around asking
photographers to take their picture for the year
book. (Photo by P Cowles)
Brandy Marx and Shawna Phelps are on tl
Christmas decoration committee for the Soph
mores. (Photo by P. Cowles)
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Sophomores


Audrey M. Fleming
David E. Foster
Gary Foster
Amy Fry
Jorge Galvez
Daniel Garcia
Michele R. Gaslin
Lindsay C. Gibbs
Jose A. Gomez
Angel A. Gonzalez Jr.
Baneza J. Gonzalez
Erika Gonzalez
Francisco). Gonzalez
Jose R. Gonzalez
Rebecca M. Gorman
Ivan de la Guardia
Jennifer R. Hannah
Jennifer Hardm-Martinson


Julyannette A. Haughton
Jill M. Hauser
Carolina C. Herrera
James L. Higley Jr
Paul F Hignett
Roger J. Hines III
John A. Holly
Yaiseth A. Hudson
William B. Huff III
Kelly R. Hunt
Angel N. Jackson
Hector A. Jeffery
Corey L. Jones
Kelly A. Jones
Laura D. Joseph
Lorena M Jurado
Bonnie M. Kemp
Karen L. Kemp
Alice N. Keoughan
Pooja Kharbanda
Marebel B. Kibbler
Ariadna L. Kirkpatrick
Christopher A. Krapfl
Franz G. Kuo

Sophomores
Sophomores
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Carlos E. Lampas Jr.
Dila Lantry
Beth A. Larrabee
Sergio E. Latorre
Lisa Leontiev
Laura M. Lilley
Michylle L. Littrell
Alexander L. Livingston III
Michele M. Lloyd
Analida G. Lopez
Etelvino Lopez
Jesse Lopez
Kathleen Lopez
Edilia Luck
Erich Lukkasson
Jesse Maddox
Ramon Malave
Luis Manzanares
Sophomore
Officers
Guiding The Class Of 95
The Sophomore class
officers are a part of the
Student Association of BHS.
These students help the
Class of '95 by selling pizzas
during lunch to raise money
for their class activities.
Each class competes for
points in order to win a free
pizza party at the end of the
school year. The competition
includes decorating
showcases, hallway
decorations, and
parent/student participation
at the Homecoming
festivities.
The Sophomore class
Sponsor is Mr. Rafael Chen,
who also teaches Shop,
Wood-working, mechanical
drawing and the most
popular course: Drivers Ed.
Mr. Chen works tirelessly in
the Candy store stocking
sodas & candy in order for
the Class of 95 to have
money!
Class officers (L-R) Richard West
President. Choi Collins Vice Pres.,
Jenell Smart Secretary. (Photo by S.
Patty)
Sophomores


Juan C. Martinez
Raul M. Martinez
Brandyn D. Marx
Stephen S. Mcauliffe
Janelle E. McGuinness
Scott G. McKee
Wendy M. McKelvey
Oscar McNeil
Kelvin M Medina
Kishara M Meredith
Stacy A. Merkel
John M. Miller Jr.
Vandana Mishra
Roberto F. Modelo
Paula M Monaghan
Karin A. Montagne
Aneris Moreno
Randy Moreno
Sophomore Spotlight
Alexis Shannon Vidaurri
This 15 yr. old sophomore is
a 4.0 student at BHS. Alexis
was born at Gorgas Hospital
and has one brother, Aaron,
attending 8th grade at CuJHS.
Her hobbies include Varsity
Tennis, reading, watching T.V.
and hanging out with her best
friend Lindsay. Mildly speaking,
Alexis loves animals. She has 8
cats, 2 dogs, 5 parrots and 1
scarlet macaw. You can guess
that she aspires a career as a
Veterinarian. This determined
student hopes to attend Duke
University or UNC at Chapel
Hill. Her favorite subject at
BHS is Biology and her favorite
activity is being a member of
PRIDE. Alexis was chosen to
attend PRIDE workshops in El
Valle and Texas where she
learned how to tell kids about
the effects of abusing drugs
and ways students can enjoy
life without drugs. She also
enjoys being a "buddy" for
Special Olympics. We spotlight
Alexis for being a great
sophomore!
Sharing her home and heart with eight
cats is one of the many admirable
traits of Alexis Vidaurri our Sopho
more Spotlight. Photo by M. Vidaurri.
Sophomores


Kenneth H. Morris Jr.
Christopher S. Morrison
Rory D. Mourning-Young
Kimberlyn L. Myers
Brent A. Myrick-Reese
Rajesh U. Nandwam
Nakisha M. Nathan
Michael E. Naviky
Jonathan T Neal
Talisa A. Nelson
Anthony D. Nickisch
Richard T. Nolan
Khnstine D. Nolte
Daniel A. Norman
Alicia Nunez
Montie C. Oliver Jr.
Alberto E. Orillac
Jim Ortiz

Sophomore Spirit
1993 Cheerleading Clinic
The Sophomore class showed
their spirit by actively participating
in the 1993 Cheerleading Clinic.
The clinic was held in February at
the newly renovated and
air-conditioned BHS gym. During
the first week over 80 girls
practiced the cheer, chant and
jumps required. A preliminary
try-out was held after the first
week. During the second week the
girls perfected their skills at
cheering, tumping and chanting
while the team sponsors checked
out who they wanted to draft.
Each girl was given a number and
they each had to anxiously await
their turn outside the gym while
individual try-outs were held. A
panel of |udges from the
community rated each participant
on the basis of their skills in voice
proiection, spirit, enthusiasm,
height of |ump and precision of
cheer. Students from Curundu Jr.
High, Balboa High and Panama
Canal College were eligible to
try-out for the 4 Cheerleading
squads. After the final try-outs,
each girl was drafted onto a
squad. Everyone was waiting
outside the gym until dark for the
announcements to be made. There
were tears of |oy as well as tears
of frustration as many girls were
picked onto their favorite squads,
while others did not make the final
cut. Over 40 sophomores
participated in this 2 week long
event. We can definitely agree that
the Class of 95 showed their
school spirit.
Sophomore
Jose A. Ortiz
Ruth-Ann Ostander
Andrew H. Page
Jean P. Pederson
Lateefah K. Peoples
Jerrome J. Peterson
Sommer M. Pettaway
Meredith N. Pitts
Jane M. Posey
Jill E. Pownall
Jessica D. Quinlan
Jimmy L. Ragsdale
Wilbert Reese
Osiris L. Rios
Glenn Rivera
Prxedes Rivera
Isamari Rivera-Rosa
Thamahara Roach


Class Of 95
Facts On File
Sophomores enter Balboa High
school with lots of enthusiasm as
well as a little apprehension. This
is caused by their fear of Seniors!
Handling the fear tactics brought
on by the Seniors is not an easy
job, but this year's sophs handled
this burden with style.
A typical day in the life of a
Sophomore begins at the corner,
outside the main office, near the
gym or in the hallways. In other
words, Sophomores can be found
just about anywhere at BHS
talking, laughing, studying,
walking, skating, or listening to
walkmans.
When asked whats great about
being a sophomore, Mary Kibbler
replies; "There's more guys to
choose from at BHS. Other
comments heard in the halls;
Leaving the Junior High", "We're
new so we can get lost in the
crowd, Some students are nicer
to us because were new.
There are a few students who
would like to see some changes
made at BHS. Danny Norman
states; The cafeteria food is
terrible. We should have a better
selection of healthy foods. Jill
Hauser says; Id like to see a
greater participation at the sports
events because everyone just goes
to the football games in the fall
and then hardly anyone goes to
the other athletic events.
SOPHOMORE SAYINGS:
"Im lost." C.C.
Im not a bimbo." B.M.
Excuse Me. J.E.
"Chill Out. K.L.
Drama is cool. G.C.
Do you like my hair? K.M.
"Is there homeroom today? N.F.
Wheres your recycle box?" S.B.
Someone broke into my locker."
K.K.
All in all, the class of 95 are
tough students who have learned
to overcome their fear of Seniors
by the end of the school year. It
hasnt been an easy year for these
students who were once on top of
the school at the Jr. High, but they
will survive the year with grace
and style.
Todd R. Roberts
Lucas C. Robertson
Raul Rodarte
Roberto A Rodriguez Jr.
Tirzo D. Ro|o
Mark D. Roscoe
Carlos E. Royo
Valerie Ruiz
Veronica C. Salazar
Julian F. Salinas
Eileen J. Santa
Laura Santiago
Sophomores


Sophomore Devon Sprague ponders about
her cheerleading shills as she prepares to
try-out for a Varsity squad. Over forty
sophomores tried out for cheerleading.
(Photo by N. Watkins.)
Mary Kibbler mingles with a friend at the
Health Fair. Many sophomores participated
in this event at BHS working at booths and
setting up displays for their clubs. (Photo
by C. Rigby.)
Sarah Beattie and Annelle Urriola enjoy
lunch outside at the boho. Sophomore
class sponsor. Mr. Chen headed up the pro-
iect to construct the popular boho last
year. (Photo by C. Rigby.)
Hugh F Scruggs II
Christopher Sheets
Catherine D. Sherfy
William D. Shorter
Marioly M Silvera
Matthew D. Simmons
Harna K. Singh
Isabel A. Sirias
Jamal S. Skinner
Jenell L. Smart
Aaron L. Smith
Angely M. Smith
Sophomores


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Leovihilda Smith
Hemda Sokol
Alejandro Sosa Jr.
Robmn Starks
Maylmn Steinbarger
Hashim Stevenson
Rhoda Sween
Matthew Sweeney
Brandon Swistak
Alyson Sylvester
Kathia Tagarapulos
Sebastian Tapia
Adrian Teiada
Joseph Terrell
Aaron Thames
Kathy Tisby
Michelle Truchsess
Gregory TulK
Annelle Urriola
Tabitha Valdilles
Brian Vanairsdale
Maria Vasquez
Gloria Velez
Luis Vergara
Alexis Vidaurri
Andrew Vidinha
Robert Van Wagner
Nijah Warner
Wayne Watkins
Samual Weatherby
Dwight White Jr.
Jessie Williams
Robert Williams
Tarji Williams
Charles Worthington
Li Wu
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Sophomores


Janelle McGuinness and Katie Wilder pre
pare themselves to look their best to re
ceive the crown at the Homecoming Dance
(Photo by P. Cowles)
Benjamin Goode is surprised to turn around
and have this picture taken. Many people
agree that those are the best types of pic
tures. (Photo by P. Cowles)


Choi Collins and Jenell Smart discuss how
their sales are going for the Sophomore
Class. (Photo by P. Cowles)
Elizabeth flrosemena was not expecting her
picture to be taken. Nice hair, huh? (Photo
by P. Cowles)
Bryan Vanairsdale and Michael Navicky ex
press themselves. BHS has many creative
sophomores. (Photo by P Cowles)
Sophomores
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Many students of the Sophomore class
go to the football games to show off
their musical skills. (Photo by P
Cowles)
Not Pictured
Christopher T. Acosta
Guarionex R. Colon
Caroline Kirkland
Shane P. Ryley
Michael A Acosta
Giana Daniel M
Bianca Logan
Latoya N. Smith
Cesar A Banda
Raymond A. Estupiman
Chanda 1. Mason
Melissa A. Upton
Jason P Barton
Tamara A Francis
Jennifer S. McCormick
Michelle A. Vasquez
Mylissa L Bateman
Nicole A. Frank
Samuel A. McGumness Jr
Carlton Ward Jr
Angela M Bland
Nestor D. Garcia
Luchamya A. Myatt
Brynn K. Wemhoener-Cuite
Tavarus 0 Blanks
Beniamin Goode
Agustn J. Ortiz
Richard West Jr
Joaquin A. Boyd
Jill M. Hauser
Javier A. Osorio
Michelle T Womble
Raul Chang
Christopher J. Howard
Juan C. Palacio
David M. Church
Kelly R. Hunt
Leonardo Paredes
Martha 0. Clark
Fernando J. Johnson
Brian E. Pierce
Dorlores Collazo
James R. Jungenberg
Luke E. Powell
Kathy Tisby was giving advice to
Wendy McKelvey on her design for an
English project. (Photo by P. Cowles)
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BHS Faculty
Keeping The Tradition Alive
The BHS faculty consists of over
50 staH members including
specialists, counselors, and three
administrators. Many faculty members
dedicate their time after school to
sponsor clubs, varsity sports, special
events, charities, and Student
Association.
Our faculty keeps up with the latest
in educational trends by taking college
courses offered locally as well as
stateside classes during the summer.
BHS students are lucky to have so
many varied and unusual teachers!
Lots of them donate their time to
community events, too. We have
artists, actors, athletes, historians,
coaches, musicians, linguists,
mathematicians, and scientists among
our faculty. Balboa High School has
maintained its rich tradition in
excellence through its talented faculty.
Eight faculty members are BHS
alumni. From the Class of '62 we have
Mrs. Corbett & Mr. Anderson. Mr.
Quinn is a graduate of '65. The Class
of 77 is represented by Mrs. Bales,
Mr. Seitz, and Mr. Young. Mrs. Seitz is
an '82 graduate, while our most
recent alumnus is Ms. Cowles from
the Class of '86.
BHS teachers don't come a dime a
dozen. Potential teachers should
consider the rigorous work and
sacrifices that come with the territory.
Aside from keeping everything
organized, they have to deal with the
occasional obnoxious student, which
can cause a gray hair now & then.
Yup, BHS teachers are a special breed.
Who knows Maybe someone from the
Class of '93 will become a new BHS
teacher.
Mr Thale records the weight and size of this
soccer ball-wrapped egg lor the egg catapult.
Physics students constructed catapults as well
as egg containers. (Photo by C. Rigby)
In the BHS greenhouse, Mrs. Seitz explains to
Tata Norton how important it is tor students to
learn how to care tor plants. Over 40 students
are in the BHS BHS. (Photo by F Westgate)
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Faculty
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Elena Allen
Patricia Alvarado
Kenneth Anderson
Melanie Bales
Sylvia Baptiste
Susan Bemascom
Kelly Campbell
Rafael Chen


Mrs. Petersen observes as Dawn Keays and
Nancy Henderson try to figure out Calculus
heiroglyphics. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mrs. Othon exposes her grimy hands after work
ing in the greenhouse. (Photo by G. Dee)
Faculty
Sydney Corbett
Patricia Cowles
Luis Cuevas
Geraldine Dee
Denise Evans
Gene Fendrick
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Jutianne Gardill
Joanne Gettys
Camille Gibson
John Hager
Penny Halvorsen
Joyce Hanson
Jim Higley
Dana Hinkle
It
Senior President Non! Robinson seems to be left
out as staff members share the days gossip
over lunch at the Senior reception (Photo by 0
Mills)
Peggy Jones
Marsha Kat
Nancy Manchester
Johnnie McGregor
Joanne Mitchell
Wilma Monlouis


Mr. Waugh speaks to Jennifer Black after class
about purchasing caps and gowns. Mr. Waugh is
the senior class sponsor. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mr. Bales, Mr. Holland, and Mr. Anderson lean
back and relax as they watch the Physics Egg
Catapult launch. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Ms. Baca cheerfully rinses out her coffee mug
across the hall in Mr. Young's Commercial Arts
room. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mrs. Manchester as Batman poses with Nicole
Blanc as Catwoman at the Halloween Costume
Contest.
Mariette Staha
Maria Tejada
Faculty ( 105
David Seitz
Judy Severson
Patricia Morales
Laura Roa
Rita Sosa
Carol Sponberg


Mr Holland, the school principal, checks a point
with Mr Anderson, one of the assistant princi
pals. (Photo by D. White)
Bruce Thale
Ed Tyner
Carlos Vaz
Cheryl Wall
Soma Webly
Dottie White
Cecilio Williams
David Young
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sistant principal, Mrs. Hunt, pauses from her
>ily schedule to reflect. Mrs. Hunt joined the
-ulty this year (Photo by D. White)
Waugh shows his school spirit by dressing
0 for Halloween. His creation consisted of
othing from Nepal. (Photo by D. Mills)
V
Ralph Howell
This year BHS will lose one ot its finest
educators: Mr. Ralph Howell. The Zoman staff would
like to offer this tribute in the '93 yearbook to this
great teacher. Mr. Howell has been teaching at BHS
off and on for 11 years. He holds a Master of Arts in
Linguistics and Literature from the Umv. of Southern
Miss. Did you know he was once fluent in the
Cambodian language and worked for the NSA before
moving to Panama? An avid sportsfan, Mr. Howell
has coached soccer, football, as well as being ESL
dept, chairman at PCC. At BHS he has been on the
Building Leadership Team and chaired the NCA
committee. One of his fondest memories of life at
BHS was coaching his soccer team to an undefeated
season! We asked Mr. Howell what he will miss
about Panama he states: "friends, students,
tropical plants, and trees". We wish him the best of
luck as he retires to Knoxville, Tenn. where his wife,
Mary Eva (BHS class of '63) and four children are
anxiously awaiting his arrival. GO VOLS!


ncademics, a major
part of any school en
vironment, wasn't always
found in the classroom. Stu
dents learned about the im
portance of getting involved
in the political scene from
Prescott Bush earlier in the
year and found how impor
tant nutrition is to the body at
the Health Fair. Seniors un
derwent the tedious process
of applying to college and for
scholarships while Juniors
had their last chance at the
PSATand becoming National
Merit Scholars. New Ex
tended courses were added
to this year's curriculum and
the Black Cultural Awareness
Club once again hosted it's
discussion panel.
Academics


At the Republican Dinner, Prescott Bush stops to
greet Minoska Bianchim and Noni Robinson. (Photo
by 0, Gifford)
Academics


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Prescott Bush Speaks On
People Cast Their Votes In
BHS Mock Election
Every election year the
Social Studies Department
sponsors a mock
presidential election for the
faculty/staff and student
body to express their
favored candidate.
To "register" to vote,
students had to sign up
with certain social studies
teachers. Then on
November 2. 1992, they
could stop by at the Mam
Office and cast their
ballots. Eighteen percent of
the student body and
fifty-one percent were as
follows:
52% of the students
voted for George Bush,
27% voted for Clinton, 18%
voted for Ross Perot, and
3% were undecided.
On the other hand,
Clinton came out the
winner with the
faculty/staff with 50% of
the votes, Bush was second
with 44%, and Perot was
last with 6%. The faculty
clearly predicted the actual
results more accurately
with Bill Clinton as the
winner of the presidential
election.
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Academics


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Luis Guerrero explores a computer
program at the Health Fair A vari
ety of booths interested the stu
dents. (Photo by G. Ellison)
Susan Doughty gets a facial done
by one of the volunteers at the
cosmetics booth (Photo by G. Elli
son)
A Red Cross volunteer demon
strates the proper way to assist a
choking infant. (Photo by C
Rigby)
Academics
Fair Provides A New
Insight On Health
On Sept. 16th the first
Health Fair was held in the
BHS gym. Students were
allowed to go all day.
allowing that their teachers
okayed it. There were a
variety of things to do. A
two page checklist was
provided so that students
could record activities such
as checking their hearing,
teeth, blood pressure,
cholesterol, height and
weight.
There were several
stationary bikes you could
ride and later check on your
pulse. Several clubs had
booths. JROTC had a stress
trivia game and SADD had
information on driving while
under the Influence.
Mrs. Hunt's efforts in
putting on the health fair
paid off.
"I think this Is much
better fun than last years
Business Fair," said Mr.
Waugh. "There are more
activities the kids can do."
A group of guys experiment on the
computers Many of the booths re
quired the use of the Apples.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Jodie Nunan gets her teeth
checked by a dental technician.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
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A group of Physiology students Quint Underwood secures his cat
work on their cats' digestive sys- as Mr Seiti begins to cut through
terns (Photo by G. Ellison) (Photo by G Ellison)
Extended Courses Lead To
Gaining Knowledge
The two new extended
classes that were added to
this year's curriculum are
Extended Analysis, taught
by Mrs. Peterson and Ms.
Hinkle, and Extended Govt,
taught by Mrs. Sosa and
Mr. Waugh. Extended
Physics, Extended Calculus,
Extended Physiology, AP
English, and AP Spanish are
still offered with minor
changes. AP English is now
taught by Mr Howell
Extended classes require
the maintaining ol a 'B'
average. People who tail to
do so are placed on
probation and run the risk
ol being taken out ot
Extended. Some Extended
classes are taught along
with the regular class as in
Extended Calculus or
Extended Analysis. AP
classes are separate classes
altogether like AP Spanish
or AP English.
An advantage to
extended or AP classes is
the weighted grade. This is
why some students
maintain a GPA above 4.0
Another advantage is the
AP exam. A high score may
count towards college
credit.
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Mrs. Sosa is one ot the extended
govt, teachers. The class meets
weekly at lunch. (C Rigby)
Jennifer Black and Erin Blagg
await their turn to debate (Photo
by 0 White)
Mr Thale explains what crests and
troughs are in waves with a long
hose Waves were only one ot the
exciting topics studied in Physics.
(Photo by C Rigby)
Carlos lam and Scott lelller argue
their position on their debate day
(Photo by 0 White)


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Physics Students Find They're
Thalean Slaves
Mike Wing helps a BES student
straighten out the fins on her rocket.
BHS physics students participated with
BES students on the rocket protect.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Carlos Lam helps Oscar Gifford ad|ust
his egg catapult. Most Physics students
pulled together to meet the challenge.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Mr. Thale and Erine Sfames try to
get BES students prepared to
launch. The 5th and 6th graders
were very excited. (Photo by C
Rigby)
Frank Ender sends his egg flying
over the wall Frank was the over
all winner of the egg catapulting
contest (Photo by C Rigby)
Mindy Petrucci swerves to stay in
bounds as Jose Castaneda helps record
her time In this activity students had to
maintain constant velocities (Photo by
C. Rigby)
One of the rockets in the first line-up
soars off. Students had to make sure
the launch pads were angled in the right
direction. (Photo by C. Rigby)
assemble rockets from kits.
They were launched on
March 5th.
In spite of the
difficulties, most students
find passing Thale s a feat
within itself.
"Choosing to take
Thalean Physics is like
purposely lumping into an
active spinning washing
machine because of the
turmoil. However when you
come out you're brighter
than you were before," said
Carlos Lam.
A lot of people drop Mr
Thale's Physics class the
first week of school. It's
lust too intimidating. Those
who remain sometimes
wonder why on earth they
did.
Lab reports on the
acceleration of gravity or
on a swinging pendulum is
cause enough to panic.
The competitive edge in
some activities is even
worse.
The first ma|or project
was constructing a catapult
no heavier than two
kilograms and no longer
than 50 x 50 cm that could
hurl an egg in a container a
meter fall wall from 1.5
meters away. They were
launched December 18th.
"I spent last night crying
'cause if (the catapult)
kept going backwards. I was
afraid it would shoot into
the audience. I'm glad it's
over and so is mole,"
said Kate Sears (12).
Sears used a stuffed animal
as her egg container
The next protect was
considerably easier. The
Thalean physicists merely
had to help BES students
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The kitchen gets a looking over as
three members of the "Fit to Win
committee take a glance around.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
The annual "Back To
School" was held earlier on in
the year (September 9th).
This event encourages parents
to find out about the school
that their dependents go to.
Parents come to the school at
night and follow their kids
schedules as if they were going
through a regular school day
themselves.
"Classes" are only ten
minutes long. This gives the
teachers enough time to
explain the general purpose
and the goals of the class. Ms.
Gardill has a unique way of
spending these ten minutes-she
videotapes her classes during
the day and then at "Back to
School" parents get to see
their kids in action.
"Lunch" is ten minutes in
the library for coffee and
doughnuts. NHS members
serve as guides for lost
parents and the S.A. helps out
with the food.
"I think it was a great idea,
although I know I don't want to
be a kid again. Some of the
teachers look evil! said Stan
Patty, a parent.
A Day In The Life Of
The School Cafeteria
Parents Find Themselves Going
Back To School
On September 10,
SOUTHCOM J-l came to Balboa
High School to inspect the
cafeteria. Members of the "Fit
To Win" committee wanted to
see how healthy the food being
served to students really was.
They personally asked Shawn
Patty, the S.A. President, to
show them around. It was a
spot inspection and no one,
not even the administration
even knew about it.
The committee was mildly
pleased with their findings.
One thing that they didn't like
was the way the students left
the cafeteria after lunch. "It's
filthy. They just throw their
trash anywhere," said Sheila
Laird, the committee leader.
"These are high school
Students? If you asked me, I
would of said that it was a pig
pen," she later said.
They say that a cafeteria is
a serious reflection on the
school. I guess in this case we
should be ashamed of our
rude, uncouth manners. After
all, we are high school
students and we should
conduct ourselves in such a
manner. Shawn Patty
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Parents often had difficulty finding
their kids classes. Schedules
didn't seem to be much help.
(Photo by B. Meyers)
Two dads check out the doughnuts
in the library during "lunch. Re
freshments were provided by the
S.A. (Photo by B. Meyers)
One of the cafeteria workers
serves up another order of fries.
Most students lunch consisted of
only fries. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mr. Anderson answers one of
Sheila Laird's questions. Ms. Laird
was one of the people who came
to check health standards. (Photo
by C. Rigby)
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Students look at brochures from
Bentley and Curry colleges. Several
college fairs were held during the
year. (Photo by G. Ellison)
Seniors Gina Ellison, Robert Ped
ersen and Greg Parsons take a
look at the pamphlets handed out
at the College Fair. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Seniors Look Into The Future At
College Fair 92
The BHS College/Career
center hosts several college
Fairs each year at the BHS
library Ms. Dottie White, one
of the BHS Counselors, is
responsible for these fairs.
Recruiting officials from
various colleges and
universities came to BHS and
displayed pamphlets and
information about their
schools. BHS students are
allowed to leave their classes
to attend the fair Most of the
time students look over the
information and listen to short
lectures about college life. The
presenters give information
about tuition, books,
prerequisites for courses,
scholarships available, school
size, climate, clubs, and
organizations available on
campus. The fairs are a great
way for BHS students to learn
more about what life will be
like after graduation. It helps
to have a personal touch by
talking to people who live and
work at each school.
February was black history
month and students at BHS
helped commemorate this
special month by hosting a
BLACK HISTORY JEOPARDY.
Students from Mrs.
George's classes participated
in this event by reading up on
black history and then forming
teams to answer questions like
the 'real' JEOPARDY TV game
show. Community volunteers
assisted the panels of BHS
students. Classes were invited
to attend in the auditorium
and over 200 students
observed this event. Other
activities offered during this
month celebration were guest
speakers in the library, a play
production titled "To Be
Young, Gifted, and Black", and
movies were shown about
famous black historians. Every
year the Isthmian community
helps celebrate BLACK
HISTORY month and this year
BHS students played an active
role in the festivities.
Students prepare to set up for the
Black History Jeopardy Competi
tion. (Photo by S. Patty)
A group of students seem to be
stumped by a question. (Photo by
S. Patty)
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CTBS Comes For Underclassmen
As Seniors Skip Classes
CTBS testing was back once
again for the underclassmen
during the week of March 15th
through 17th. CTBS testing is
done to see how students rank
in basic skills such as reading,
writing, and math. The test is
taken during homerooms and
classes are shortened for the
rest of the day. Seniors, on the
other hand, take the ASVAB
This tests vocational skills to
determine what sort of career
a person would most likely be
able to pursue. For the next
few days while the
underclassmen finish taking
the CTBS the seniors get to
enioy their skip days. On the
16th, the seniors went to the
Amador theater to see the
movie "Forever Young" and
then they walked to the
Amador Officer's Club for
lunch and some fun and
games. The following day they
were treated to a hot
breakfast in the cafeteria. The
cost for all of this was just
four dollars.
"I think it was a good idea
for seniors to get a break from
having to go to school. I'm
pretty sure that everybody
needed it. I know I definitely
did after slaving over the
yearbook!" said Cathy Rigby.
After watching the movie, a group
of seniors begin to walk down to
the Amador Officer's Club for
lunch (Photo by C Rigby)
Mike Morgan and Melissa Webb
share a hug as they wait in line to
get some food. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
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Kathy Dittl serves herself some let
tuce and tomatoes as Melissa
Webb waits her turn (Photo by C.
Rigby)


Organizations exist be
cause people have a
natural tendency to get to
gether for fun, work, or for a
cause. There are many var
ied clubs and activities in
BHS. Some are dedicated to
helping people, like SADD,
and others introduce students
to different cultures, like
Spanish Club or French Club.
Most people join these ac
tivities to learn something new
like developing prints in the
Photography Cub.
Some organizations you
cannot just join, but are ad
mitted into-Spanish Honor
Society, Biological Honor
Society, National Honor So
ciety, or Thespians.
These groups' efforts can
be seen everywhere at BHS.
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Drake Sprague puts in some time working at the new green house
with the Ecology Club. The green house was built over the sum
mer and Ecology Club and BHS members set it up.


CARNIVAL!
BHS Clubs Celebrate The Moment
Carnavalito. Mardigras,
fiesta, excitement, and
culture! These two clubs may
be different on the outside, but
if looked on from within,
culture is the basis for both.
They are both very successful
in their activities.
This year the Spanish club's
Carnavalito and French Club's
Mardigras was held at the
P.C.C. auditorium. This yearly
tradition has always seemed to
put everyone in a festive mood.
Where would they be without
their sponsors? Thanks to Mr
Vai and Mrs. Roa everything
was possible.
Ivan Rodrlguer. sprays down a car at
the Spanish Club car wash The car
wash was a "wet" event that many
members attended and a great tund
raising activity
The Carnavalito Court dances one ot
their tpico numbers. The club elects
members who learn to dance tpico for
carnavalito (Photo by C Rigby)
french Club: Front row: T Mitcham, A. Gundtn, S. Tripanny. H. Olendick. 2nd row K. Cadiz, B Wing, M Kuo. D Graces, R Malave, J Olivares, C
Guerra Unknown N Moran 3rd row: f Carrola, C Collins, B Ackerman, N. Nassif, R Woll, N Prolis, G. De LaCruz, S Doughty, Unknown, A. Al
varado' S Merkel 4th row D Diaz, Unknown. Unknown, l liley, Unknown. T Kahn. Unknown, Unknown 5th row: Unknown. S Munez. C Bour
beau, 1 Gale, E Guadalupe. D Robinson Back row M Webb, S Estupiman, E Merkel
Spanish Club front Row S Doughty, N Moran, Unknown, B Archtbold. M Castro, L. Cuthberl, Mr Vaz, V Uhorchak. F Westgate, C Rigby 2nd
Row l Roas, D Gonzales. I Rodriguez, D Gravies. R Wolf. M Estrada, S Torres, M Pearce, P Avellalemont. 3rd Row T Kemp, J Staha, G
Pinto, t Weeks. M Castrellon, A. Spurlock. E Cruz, E Small, D Robinson, N Nasstf 4th Row A Urnola, I Posey, D Bright. W. Pohl. A. Sosa. J
Young. D Choi, Unknown Back Row. J. Arango. C Poveda. M Berrezueta. R Ostrander, C lively. A Sherry, C Lou. S Unger. B Wing.


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A Wordly View
Students show they care
Ecology and SADD. Two of
the most helpful clubs in
school. And wouldn't you know
it? Their names say as much as
their healing deeds. One group
tries to help our wonderful
planet EARTH, while the other
tries to help the people on it.
Ecology for one, not only
expresses concern for our
world, but also does something
about it. Our world is definitely
in our hands. So why not help
out? So far, the Ecology Club
has definitely done its best,
and is continuing to do so by
organizing people to plant
trees, make recycle boxes,
shred paper, etc. Although they
are a very profitable club, that
doesn't mean the rest of us
can |ust sit back and relax! We
can help too! How? In many
ways. But first here's and easy
way to begin reduce, reuse,
recycle!
SADD (Students Against
Drunk Driving), has also played
a big role in helping the student
body. During the 1992 Health
Fair, SADD members presented
a drugs/alcohol exhibit to show
students what harmful irritants
to their bodies look like as well
as what these irritants do to
their bodies. The group
continued with their yearly Red
Ribbon Campaign which
reached out to everyone and
touched many with the
message "Don't drink and
drive". In order to make their
message clear, SADD members
march on hoping their actions
will affect the decisions of
students at BHS in a positive
way.
Christina Gonzalez saves lives by
pulling apart plastic soda can rings that
otherwise chote animals. (Photo by W
Westgate)
Dean Mills patiently digs into Mother
Earth Planting trees was a common
activity for the Ecology Club (Photo
by f Westgate)
Clubs
Ecology club: Front row: A Siddiqui, 8. Meyers, N. Blanc, M, Propst, J. Ullnch, C, Coffey, C Modelo, Ms. Baca. 2nd
row M Estrada, F. Kuo. D. Yanez, S. Boozer, M Hogan, K. Olandese.M Mtzracht.L. leontiev. 3rd row D. Grajales, G C3e
LaCne, J. Staha, N. Profis, J. Symanski, A Gundm, F Westgate, S. Walker, J. Henrtquez. 4th row Unknown, Unknown, A.
Wagner, Unknown, J Penkoske, V. Hernandez, J Pownall, R Hasabe 5th row. M. Berrezueta, M Castro, C. Lively, Q.
Underwood, L Gibbs, A. Vtdaum, C. Herrera, S Unger, T Kobayasht, R rand warn 6th row. A Castro, J. Neal, A
Kinghom, V. Mornson, M Kelly E. Schnack 7th row: C Poveda, A Sosa, A. Page, C. Lou, Y. Park Back row. A. Cruze.
Unknown, A Marx, D. Mills, D Bnght. T Quinn, M. Petrucci, C. Krapfl, L. Gibson, C Momson.
Sadd: Front row: I. Chang, T Kemp, G. Pinto, S. Wells, S Leffler 2nd row
J Rillamas. M. Carbonell. M Schulz. B Mynck Back row: J Symanski. J
Quinlan, Ms. Othon
Laurie Jones, Edward Dawkins, Anthony
Aird, and Michael Jordan, all stand around
absorbing important information at the
Health Fair. It was a very educational
event.


Honor Societies
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Are Getting Involved
There are five honor
societies at BHS: Biological
Honor Society, National Honor
Society, Spanish Honor Society,
and Quill and Scroll.
Some of BHS' activities
include informative field trips
to El Valle and canoeing down
the Chagres river.
NHS is a charitable club that
does such things as making
sandwiches for the poor and
helping with Special Olympics.
SHS, a more culturally
inclined honor society, had a
banquet celebrating the 500th
Anniversary of the discovery of
America. (SHS picture
unavailable.)
Megan Kelly eats her lunch during an
NHS meeting. (Photo by C. Rigby)
A group ol BHS members talk in the
greenhouse while Ivan Rodriguez
checks a plant. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Lauren Schulman, Monique Carbonell, Jessica Pen-
koske, and Marie Schultz pack soil for the green
house. (Photo by F. Westgate)
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NHS: Front row. M. Charles, C. Lou, V. Spratling, D. Sprague, C. Hinkle, J. Pownall, J. Weeks.
2nd row N. Nassif, J. Staha, S. Unger, L. Rojas, E. Scribner, E. Starnes, K. Sears, K. Shadeck.
3rd row R. Hasabe, T. Quinn. J Roscoe, Y. Park, M. Propst, M. Kelly. C. Coffey. A Ktnghom. D.
Grajales, J. Jan, L. Segura. Back row N. Henderson, M. Nevarez, A, Wagner, T. Kemp, J, Ullnch,
S. Boozer.
BH9: Front row: C Lou. S Unger, M Worcester. D Sprague. D Choi, T Norton 2nd row M Charles,
M Wing. V Spratling. A Spurlock. C Hinkle, M Seitz 3rd row E Schnack, T Usera. M Schulz, M
Carbonell. E Scribner. E Starnes, K. Sears 4th row T Quinn, J Roscoe. L Rojas, V Uhorchek. M
Propst. M. Mizrachi. M Fisher 5th row J Staha, M Kuo, N Nassif. J Symanskl Back row: Y Park. R.
Hasabe, J Neal. V Hernandez. J Penkoske. A Klnghom. D Seitz.


Felicia Carrola and Choi Collins
search through the dressing room
tor the right make-up. (Photo by
G. Ellison)
Tony Worthington concentrates as
others around him work on their
dance numbers. (Photo by G. Elli
son)


Rebecca Heard and Nicole Blanc
share a moment before their cue
on stage. (Photo by G. Ellis)
Doug Marqhaurdt sings through his
part in OKLAHOMA! (Photo by G
Ellis)
For Thespians
All the World's a Stage
Have you ever considered
lecommg a Thespian? Well, if
iou have, you probably know
iow much work it requires.
In order to become a
ihespian, you have to be
nvolved with the school
ind/or community plays. You
see, with each play production
you work in, you are given a
pertain number of points. The
amount depends on the
importance of the job. Now,
dont take It wrong, becoming
a Thespian can also mean
having lots of fun. During a
production, the weirdest things
can happen.
Once you have acquired ten
points, you are a candidate for
Thespianhood. It's a title to
make you feel proud.
So if you really like the
idea, go to the next play
rehearsal and sign up for
backstage. Better still, try out!
Who knows? You may become
the next Tom Cruise or Jodie
Foster.
Drama: Front row; R. Hanson, K. Sears, K. Shadeck, E. Hatchett. 2nd row: S. Boozer, D.
Yanez, S. Johnson, V. Hernandez, M. Nevarez. K. Lopez, J. Ullnch, N. Profis, L Rojas, A. Kingdom, J.
Penkoske, C. Modelo. 3rd row: V. Corbett M. Propst, A. Marx, S. Unger. C. Coffey, M. Kelly. Back
row. J. Walters. N. Traywick, D. Marqhaurdt N. Blanc, T. Worthington. J. Neal. F. Hirom, A.
Sylvester, O. Gifford.
Drama Theamara: Front row: R. hanson, K Sears. K Shadeck. E. Halchetl 2nd row: S Boozer. D
Yanez, J UBrich. A Kkighom 3rd row: N Prods. L Rojas, S Unger. C Cotley. M Kelly Back row: M
Profs!. V Corbet!. A Marx, N Blanc, F. Hirom. O Gittord


Art Club front row J lantry, A Hepburn, l Drennan, 0 Zimmerman. K Cadi/ B Pierce 2nd row C McFarlane, C Guerra, M Renfro. N Wat
kins, I Hunt, A Alvarado. S Walker Back row T Mitcham, 0 Sprague, J Zornei
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Photograph)/ Club front row C lou, D Mills, R Olandese, G Ellis 2nd row D Choi, C Guerra. C Rigby. A Alvarado Back row R Nolan, C T(p
anes, C Rivera, G Rivera, 0 White 1 Usera, E Schnack
Shawn Patty sets up prints in the dark
room Almost all of the yearbook pho
tos were developed in the BHS dark
room. (Photo by C. Rigby)
James Lantrey cuts his silk screen film.
As a member of the art club, many
neat protects were available to you.
(Photo by J. Staha).
Gina Ellison and Kevin Olandese study
candids of students. Developing film
was one of the many things the Pho
tography Club did. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Imagine
Two Perspectives
CREATIVITY that's the
key word behind the Art and
Photo clubs which makes them
so unique.
The Art Club meets several
times a month to work on such
proiects as restoring murals
and printing T-shirts. The Art
Club also allows the student to
enhance his/her artistic ability.
Behind the camera, the
Photo Club works to capture
the essence of student life.
Through both, we learn new
ways to express ourselves from
a different point view.


Noteworthy
Music To Our Ears
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Things just never seem
complete without music, which
is why Band and Chorus are so
important in our school. Music
puts everyone in a good mood,
and is something that everyone
enioys.
Band brings music to our
ears in such events as football
games, the Christmas Village,
concerts, etc. Chorus also
plays their part in many
seasonal concerts, as well as
the Christmas Village let's
hope that they continue the
good work so we can all
continue living in "harmony".
Nancy Henderson and Yoko Nakayawa
try to grasp the right key Practicing
lor performances was not an easy task
in Select Chorus.
Band members catch a breath before
lumping into another song Through out
the year, their music was with us dur
mg many special events (Photo by C
Rigby I
lined Ovnis M LittrHI. N Henderson, M Webb, V Hernndez. T Worthington, E Guadalupe, M Estrada 2nd row S Boozer, D Ynaez, L. Liley,
V Chen. N Yano. Y Nakagawa 3rd row K Olandese. R Dems, E Downs, T Shaw, D Squire. 4th row. R. Gomez, D. Diaz, E. Cruz, Y Tunon, A.
Sherrod. A Sanchez. Sasha Barren. I Diaz. I loseph 5th row B Lomba, C Bourbou, R Rivera. A. Roach, A. Sylvester, l Rhmes Back Row: C.
CasbOo. D Williams. N Traywick. 0 Toth. D Marqhuardt
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In Control
Behind The Screens
Did you "find your perfect
date7" After several programs,
the computer club finally found
the "perfect" match for
everyone.
Maybe it seems as if the
Computer Club has only
produced that one successful
event, but if you think about it,
who keeps the computers
running anyway?
The purpose of the
Computer Club is to promote
computer literacy and to
enhance learning through the
use of computers.
Jose Hernandez, a computer club mem
ber, wonders what's wrong with his
Walkman as he tries to fix it. (Photo by
G. Pinto).
Morgan Seppy gives the computer
nasty look as she tries to create a dc
sign. (Photo by J. Staha).


Focusing
On Close-Up
Imagine missing a whole week
of school to travel to
Washington, D.C. to learn about
the U.S. government and how it
works; by being a member of
Close-up you get this chance.
To apply you have to write an
essay on why you'd like to go
and turn it in to Mr. Waugh. Only
eight students from BHS are
chosen. They raise money for the
trip by having raffles and even
selling romance novels. Despite
all the work, it's worth it.
Close-Up: (Left to right) B. Shaha, M
Nevarez, G. de la Cruze, L. Schulman,
J. Cruz (Photo by P. Cowles)
Various Biological Honor Society mem
bers dedicate a Saturday morning to
work on the greenhouse with Mr. Seitz.
(Photo by F. Westgate)
Kevin Olandese and Cathy Rigby super
vise Michelle Mizrachi while she draws
up a layout. (Photo by S. Patty)
Mr. Bales patiently sells BHS year
books to students in front of the mam
office during lunch time. (Photo by C.
Rigby)




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T he strangest thing about
BHS sports is the fact
that instead of having only one BHS team, there are twoBulldogs, and Red Machine. The reason behind this is to let more people play since the only other teams are Green Devils from PCC, Cougars from CJHS, and the Tigers from CHS.
This year athletes found themselves in the Tropic Times every Friday because the community newspaper decided to expand its sports coverage to local high school games as well as major league sports back in the States. Participating in sports is one of the best ways that students at BHS can get involved and meet new people.


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Alvarado, Patricia 99 Alvarez, Manuel N. 78 Amat, Geraldine N. 58 Ameglio, P. 150, 153, 156 Anderson, Kenneith 98, 99, 107, 118 Anderson, Luke D. 34 Antadillas, Solimar T. 78, 166, 167 krango, Julio A. 34, 127 Arango, Ricardo 34 Archibold, Bernardo E. Jr 34, 127 Arenas, Erik A. 48 Arias, Donovan J. 58 Arnold, Edna P. 78 Arnold, Kral S. 58, 150 \rocho, Tayna 58 krosemena, Elizabeth J. 78, 94 Austin, Marco A. 34, 166, 167 Ave-Lallemant, Phaedra L. 34, 127,
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Bacot, Gabriel J. 58, 165 Baca, Paula 129, 139 Bacot, Tanya M. 78, 155 Balbastro, Jeeathbell 78 Bales, Caleb 8, 9


Bales, Fred 8, 150 Bales, Melanie 12, 98, 99, 141, 146 Ballestero, R. 167 Banasick, Mike 26 Banda, Cesar A. 95 Banks, Michael T. 78 Banos-Arauz, Antonio N. 78 Baptiste, Sylvia 99 Barber, Geraldo L. 34, 144, 146 Barnett, Andrea 158 Barnett, Michelle D. 58, 150, 167 Barrera, Abdul A. 78 Barrera, Sasha W. 34 Barter, Carlos A. 34 Barton, Jason P. 95 Bateman, Mylissa L. 95 Batista, Damaris J. 58 Bauer, Jason A. 78 Baumgarder, Jennifer M. 58 Beard, Patrick J. 34, 156, 184 Beattie, Sarah E. 20, 78, 84, 91, 150,
168
Beitia, Daniel 58 Bennett, Toybe I. 58 Benson, Cameron G. 78, 150 Berger, Jessie R. 78 Berman, Jorge A. 34, 150 Bernasconi, Susan 99 Berrezueta, Teresita M. 58, 127, 129,
156
Berrios, Brenda 34, 167 Betrisey, S. 150 Bianchini, Gian Carl 78, 144 Bianchini, Minoska A. 34, 109, 110 Bibbo, Joseph P. 155 Bieker, Tony F. 14, 29, 34 Bieker, Jill 77, 150 Bilgray, Dawn E. 58, 66, 150 Bissell, D. 150 Black, Jennifer M. 34, 115 Blades, Noel P. 144, 153 Blades, Rochell P. 34 Blagg, Erin S. 12, 35, 115 Blanc, Nicole C. 12, 35, 133, 167 Blanchette, Jan M. 169, 45 Bland, Angela M. 95 Blanks, Tavarus D. 95, 150 Bleau, Michele 35 Bleichwehl, I Michael J. 35, 53, 145,
153, 165, 50
Boozer, Stacey 58, 78, 131, 133, 146,
129
Borowicz, Anthony C. 58, 144 Borowicz, P. 153 Botello, Elsie M. 35 Bourbeau, Carole M. 58, 127 Bowler, Ana H. 35 Boyd, Joaquin A. 95, 169


Boyle, Micheal 169 Brandenburg, Andrea D. 58, 150 Brassfield, Jasskel B. 63, 144 Brayton, Ross E. 58 Briceland, Thomas P. Jr 144 Brien, L. 150 Bright, Daniel R. 20, 35, 127, 129,
168
Bristol, Carl 26, 30 Broce, Domiciano 35 Broce, Fermin 1. 58 Brogie, D. 163 Brooks, Deron D. 58 Brown, Mellany N. 35 Brown, Robert L. 156 Brown, Victor E. Jr. 144 Brunner, Holly K. 167 Bryant, Cindy A. Buchanan, Michael A. 10 Buda, Ron 146 Bullard, Dana L. 58 Burton, Stacy L. Bush, Prescott 109, 110, 111 Bush, George 110, 111 Bustamante-Herrero, Marlene T. 58


Cadiz Kevin 58, 127, 134, 139 Calo, Adriel 48 Calo, Jesus M. 58 Camacho, Nilda Ivette 58 Campbell, Kelly 99 Campbell, Randy G. Cantu, Iluminada M. 35 Carbonell, Monique A. 12, 31, 54, 58,
66, 67, 129, 131, 145, 146 Cardona, Omar 54, 58, 70 Carlson, Elliott 153, 169 Carpenter, Benjamin S. 169 Carreira, Francisco M. 35 Carrola, Felicia 132, 127 Carver La'shanda D. 35 Casperson, Heidi D. 35, 48 Castaneda, Jose 35, 55, 117, 165,
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Castillo, Carlo M. 144 Castrellon, Juan R. 35 Castrellon, Maria 58, 127 Castro, Aquiles A. 35, 123, 129 Castro, Migdalia L. 20, 58, 127, 129 Castro, Ruben 20, 21 Caughie, Jeffrey A. 58, 140 Cedeno, A. 153


Cedeno, Miguel A. 35, 150 Chaluja, Adolfo E. 35 Chang, Itzel N. 18, 58, 129 Chang, Raul 95, 144, 150, 165 Charles, Michael D. 8, 35, 131 Charleville, Norman D. 111 58, 144, 168 Charris, A. 150 Chase, Michael J. 76, 169 Chastain, Bruce A. 58 Chavez, Albert B. 150, 156 Chen, Rafael 86, 91, 99, 156 Chen, Victoria E. 35, 167 Choi David Tae-Sung 58, 127, 131,
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Choy, Francisco 36 Church, David M. 95 Church, Julie N. 10, 36 Church, Micheal 169 Cisneros, Antonio G. 58, 153 Clark, Martha 0. 59, 95 Cleveland, Herbert E. Jr. 150 Clinton, Bill 111 Cobham, Monica 1. 154 Coffey, Chelsea M. 59, 65, 67, 131,
133, 129
Coleman, Raven J. 36 Collazo, Dolores 95 Collins, Choi E. 83, 86, 94, 132, 127 Collins, Michelle L. 155 Colon, Yaira L. 36, 155 Colon, Guarionex R. 95 Constante, Lourdes M. 59 Cooksey, Anthony V. 59 Cooper, Alexander J. 169 Cooper, Daniel C. 63 Cooper, Heather 59 Cooper, Melanie E. 59 Corbett, Sidney 98, 99, 100 Corbett, Virginia E. 13, 133 Cordoba, Tarina B. 59 Cordovez, Pedro A. 36 Corona, Carrie A. 30, 63, 72, 167 Coronado, Julio C. 144, 167 Corrigan, Christopher D. 59, 151, 153 Cowles, Patricia 98, 100, 139 Cowling, Samantha E. 59 Craig, Heather 10 Crespo, John H. 14, 59 Crouch, Chad A. 59, 70 Crouch 111, Walter E. 27, 36 Crouch, Olin J. 82, 150 Crowder, Javelle N. 82, 144 Crowdis, Anghela M. 59 Cruise, Tom 133 Cruz, Alvaro R. 59, 129, 139 Cruz, Elvia M. 36, 127 Cruz, Jonathan 36, 140 Cuevas, Luis 100


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The night was full of anxieties. "Does my hair look nice?" "Is my bow-tie on right?"
"My head was too small and my boutonniere kept fallmg off," exclaimed senior, Shawn Patty. Many students rode in style to dinner: a limousine, a corvette, or a chiva
"The people at the restaurant stared at us so much I thought I'd spilled my dinner on me. I think they were just impressed by our formal attire," said senior Cathy Rigby.
Through all the hassle seniors and juniors managed to get to the Amador Officer's Club where the Prom was held. The room was filled with the scent of corsages and the sound of romantic music. The multi-colored balloons decorated the room as well as the streamers. "I ran out of oxygen


from blowing so many balloons," remembered junor, Marie Schulz. Students overcame their sheepish ways and got on the dance floor Some



"I arrived fifteen
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girfs decided to take off their heels and got down to the music Also there were pictures to be taken, although many wondered why as they waited


for the photographer to reset his camera and repositioned them for the zrillionth time.
"The line was soooooo long,; said Patty.
Juniors were discussing their future senior year You could hear some seniors talking about where to go after prom Some students went to post-prom parties while others cruised around. Some students hung around the little couple, Caleb Bales and Katherine Seitz. "Caleb was too bashful to take his picture," said Mr. Bales. All in all, the night was a big success Students got to relax and enjoy themselves. "I had a lot of fun," said Rigby. "After the prom we drove around before going home I thmk it was quite romantic c


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The photographer arranges Karen Eckerle and Michael Charles for their prom phoo A lot ol people had their pictures taken ai the prom to remember it by (Photo by C Rigby)


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Katherine Seitz and Caleb Bales prepare to present the queen with her crown. overcome with emotion, Caleb changed his mind and Katherine crowned Noni Robinson on her own (Photo by C Rigby)

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134, 139
Schulman, Lauren C. 45, 131, 140,
168
Schulz, Marie A. 8, 12, 17, 18, 62, 67,
129, 131, 145, 146 Schulz, Wilford 8, 26 Scott, Shawn K. 62, 144, 168 Scribner, Emma T. 45, 131 Scruggs, Hugh F. 1191 Scruggs, Jennifer L. 45 Seales, Jason A. 45, 144 Sears, Katherine T. 45, 116, 131, 133,
183
Segura, Laura 18, 20, 30, 45, 131,
146, 166, 167
Seitz, David 98, 105, 114, 131, 141 Seitz, Katherine 8, 9 Seitz, Mayra 98, 131 fSeppy, Morgan 62, 133, 139 Serrano, Francisco T. 93 Severson, Judy 105, 145 Shadeck, Karen G. 45, 131, 333 Shaha, Benjamin J. 45, 140, 150 Shaha, Joseph W. 62 Shaw, Tanaiya R. 62 Sheets, Christopher 91, 144 Sherfey, Catherine D. 91 Sherrod, Aisha L. 45 Sherry, Ana L. 62, 64, 127 Shie, Amy C. 62 Shirley, David W. 63, 144 Shorter, William D. 91 Siddiqi, Ajsheen A. 45, 146, 129 Silvera, Marioly M. 91 Simmons, Matthew D. 91, 169 Sima, D.L. 169 Simon, J. 150 Singh, Harna K. 91 Singh, Ryan J. 62 Singleton, Mellany 11, 48, 155 Sirias, Isbel A. 91 Skinner, Jamal S. 91 Skousgard, Ingrid 168 Small, Erika E. 62, 127 Smart, Jenell L. 86, 91, 94, 145 Smart, Kathia L. 48 Smith, Aaron L. 91 Smith, Angely M. 91 Smith, Bryan J. 45, 150, 168 Smith, Enrique R. 62 Smith, Kenneth J. 62, 67, 144 Smith, Kimberly N. 48, 73 Smith, Latoya N. 95, 144 Smith, Leovihilda A. 92 Smith, Richard W. 45 Snyder, Jennifer M. 48 Sokol, Hemda M. 92 Sosa, Alejandro A. Jr. 64, 92, 127,


129, 139
Sosa, Rita 101, 105, 114, 115 Sponberg, Carol 104 Sprague, Devon 91, 151 Sprague, Drake K. 29, 63, 65, 125,
131, 134, 146
Spratling Valerye M. 62, 131, 155 Spurlock, Amanda C. 20, 21, 62, 127,
131, 167
Squire, Desiree A. 11, 62, 149 Stader, David B. 45, 156 Staha, Jessica A. 14, 62, 127, 129,
131, 146
Staha, Mariette 105 States, Erine M. 45, 116, 131 Stanchfield, Renea C. 46 Stanford, Eddie G. 62, 150, 154 Starks, Robinn R. 92 Staton, Anthony A. 46 Steinbarger, Maylinn M. 85, 92, 169 Stephens, Omar M. 46 Stephenson, Hashim K. 92 Sterf, Crystal S. 63 Sterling, A. 150 Stewart, Renee H. 63 Straub, Tyson A. 46 Strokes, C. 153, 163 Sween, Rhoda V. 92 Sweeney, Matthew A. 63, 92 Sweeney, Ryan 29, 165 Swnety, Brian M. 150 Swistak, Brandon J. 92, 150 Sylvester, Alyson M. 92, 133 Syrdahl, Kari M. 62 Szymanski, Jenilee A. 10, 62, 129,
131


Tagaropulos, Kathia 92 Takahasi, Dai 46 Tapanes, Carlos M. 62, 134, 139, 144 Tapia, Sebastian F. 92 Tate, Johanna N. 62 Taylor, Constance S. 46 Taylor, M. 167 Taylor, R. 153 Terrell, Doris M. 46 Terrell, Joseph 92 Tejada, Adrian M. 92, 156 Telada, Maria 105 Thale, Bruce 71, 71, 106, 115, 116 Thames, Aaron C. 92 Thomas, Jennifer D. 62


Thomas, Toumani T. 63 Thompson, Christina 46, 54, 71, 153,
162
Thompson, Derrick D. 46, 144, 153 Thompson, Heather A. 62, 146, 167 Thompson, Jaqueline M. 46 Thompson, Jesse C. III 5, 63, 144 Thompson, John E. Jr. 63 Tisby, Kathy R. 92, 95 Tola, Martha S. 63 Toney, Jomoore K. 63, 165 Torres, Marlon 1. 48 Torres-irizarry, Samuel 46, 110, 127 Toth, Daniel M. 12, 13, 46, 176 Traywick, Nathan E. 18, 63, 133 Trembly, Hellen 10, 46, 54, 150 Trippany, Suzanne 63, 127 Truchsess, Michelle R. 92 Tulk, Gregory 92, 144 Tunon, Marcia 63, 144 Tunon, Yessica 46 Twohy, Henry B. I1 63, 153 Tyner, Ed 106


Uhorchak, Vanessa L. 20, 63, 67, 127,
131, 145, 163
Ullrich, Jennifer L. 63, 70, 131, 133,
129
Underwood, Quint P. 46, 114, 129 Unger, Shem D. 26, 63, 127, 129,
131, 133, 140
Upton, Melissa A. 63, 95, 144 Urriola, Annelle 20, 21, 91, 92, 127 Usera, Anthony C. 16, 63, 131, 134,
153


Valdilles, Tabitha 1. 92, 167 Valencia, Gabriela 63, 146 Vanairsdale, Brian W. 92, 94, 167 Vanderwall, Karl R. 46 Vasquez, Maria C. 92, 144 Vasquez, Michelle A. 95 Vasquez, Mildred A. 63 Vaughn, Michael J. 46, 156 Vaz, Carlos 20, 106, 126, 127


Vega, C. 139 Vega, Lynnette M. 46 Velazquez, Damaris M. 46 Velez, Gloria 92, 155 Vergara, Luis F. 92 Versailles, Michelle C. 63, 139 Vidaurri, Alexis S. 87, 92, 129, 162,
165
Vidinha, Andrew G. 92 Villareal, Gerardo 63 Von Hollen, Lance C. 31, 63, 66, 150


Wagner, Ann F. 46, 131, 129, 155 Wagner, Robert Van 92, 167 Wall, Cheryl 12, 106 Walker, Shane C. 47, 75, 110, 129,
134
Walters, Jamie D. 47, 133, 167 Wandwani, R. 139 Wantanabe, A. 167 Wantanabe, Riuw 63, 153, 169 Waugh, Kenneth 12, 48, 107 Ward, Carlton Jr. 95 Ward, Rossaue J. 47, 54 Warner, Nijah V. 92 Washington 155 Watkins, Natalie E. 47, 55, 134, 146,
151
Watkins, Wayne M. 92 Waugh, Kenneth 102, 113, 114, 140 Wead, M. 150 Weatherby, Samuel C. 92 Webb, Marianna C. 47 Webb, Melissa S. 47, 122, 123, 127,
150
Webly, Sonia 106 Weeks, Edgar H. 63 Weeks, Jackeline A. 63, 64, 127, 131,
139, 146
Welch, Lottie 1. 47 Wells, Stacey L. 47, 129, 145 Wemhoener-Cuite, Benjamin 63 Wemhoener-Cuite, Brynn K. 95 West, Richard Jr. 86, 95 Westgate, Frank 12, 20, 47, 127, 129,
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Wheeler, D. 150, 169 White, Adam J. 47 White, Dottie 106, 120 White, Dwight C. Jr. 92, 169 Wilder, Katherine L. 14, 15, 93, 150 Williams, Cecilio 106


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A lot of people drop Mr. Thale's Physics class the first week of school. It's just too intimidattog. Those who remain sometimes wonder why on earth they did.
Lab reports on the acceleration of gravity or on a swinging pendulum is cause enough to panic.
The competitive edge in some activities is even worse.
The first major project was constructog a catapult no heavier than two kilograms and no longer


Mr. Thale and Erine Starnes try to get BES students prepared to launch, The 5th and 6ih graders were very excited (Photo by C Regby)


than 50 x 50 cm that could hurl an egg in a container a meter tall wall from 1.5 meters away They were launched December 18th
"I spent last night crying cause if (the catapult) kept gotog backwards. I was afraid it would shoot iot the audience. I'm glad it's over . and so is mole," said Kate Sears (12). Sears used a stuffed animal as her egg container.
The next project was considerably easier. The Thalean physicists merely had to help BES students


assemble rockets from kits. They were launched on March 5th.
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"Choosiog to take Thalean Physics is like purposely jumping mto an active spiniog washing machtoe because of the turmoil. However when you come out you're brighter than you were before," said Carlos Lam.


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There were several stationary bikes you could ride and later check on your pulse Several clubs had booths. JROTC had a stress trivia game and SADD had


information on driving while under the influence. Mrs. Hunt's efforts in putting on the health fair paid off.
"I think this is much better fun than last year's Business Fair," said Mr. Waugh. "There are more activities the kids can do.''


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On February 17, 1993 three special visitors came to Balboa High School. These three women were no strangers to BHS. Each of these ladies are


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they came back to visit their alma mater after 50 years. Of course they have visited Panama before now, but they wanted to make a trip to BHt this year to commemorate their 50th High School Graduation experience.


Mrs. Betty Chan, Mrs.


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and Mrs. Isabel Zemer are the three special women who graced our halls this past February. The Zonian staff


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1993 salute them for


making our yearbook an even more special photo essay of Balboa High School because we have a memory to share of their time with us.
That's what's great about living in this beautiful country and going to BHS. People make our memories fond and when we return to our ''roots'' it


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of freedom, fun, and friendships. We here in the Zonian room hope you have enjoyed looking over your past year at BHS and we wish we could


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Track is made up of many events such as the pole-vault, the long jump, the high jump, the discuss, the shot


skill, agility, and flexibility These skills are all difficult to accomplish and you need to be dedicated in order to be able to train your body to perform at every meet. As you can see the competitors must go through a lot of training to get ready for their team as well as individual events. Parents and friends also play a vital part in this sport by supporting the competitors at the track meets
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for the opposing team for all of their games. They have done a great job


because basketball is not an easy game This sport requires a lot of skill just to learn to play A player must not only know how to dribble the ball and shoot baskets, she must know how to be a "team player" This teamwork and skill requires much dedication and discipline. All the teams displayed these qualities in the way they played and followed their coach's instructions


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The BHS College/Career center hosts several college Fairs each year at the BHS library. Ms. Dottie White, one of the BHS Counselors, is responsible for these fairs. Recruiting officials from various colleges and universities came to BHS and displayed pamphlets and


information about their schools. BHS students are allowed to leave their classes to attend the fair Most of the time students look over the information and listen to short lectures about college life. The presenters give information about tuition, books, prerequisites for courses


scholarships available, school size, climate, clubs, and organizations available on campus. The fairs are a great way for BHS students to learn more about what life will be like after graduation, It helps to have a personal touch by talking to people who live and work at each school.


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the 'real' JEOPARDY TV game show. Community volunteers assisted the panels of BHS students Classes were invited to attend in the auditorium and over 200 students observed this event. Other activities offered during this month celebration were guest speakers in the library, a play


production titled "To Be Young, Gifted, and Black", and movies were shown about famous black historians. Every year the Isthmian community helps celebrate BLACK HISTORY month and this year BHS students played an active role in the festivities.


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As you commence your adult life, Always remember that we are here for you, just as we have been all these years. Your smile lit up our world when you were born, and it still does now. We have done so much growing up together. you have taught us more than you will ever know and have opened doors we would have never looked through. You have provided us with an understanding of life, that before you,
we never knew. For this we thank you. Now we must learn to let go, to trust you to take care of
yourself. If you can love yourself as much as we have loved you and accept yourself as the wonderful, unique person that you are, then, we can step aside in peace knowing you are in good hands...your own.
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Jones, Corey L. 85 Jones, Kelly A. 85, 154 Jones, Laurie V. 39, 128, 144, 154 Jones, Peggy 103 Jordan, Juanita Ann 60, 169 Jordan, Michael D. 39, 128 Joseph, Laura D. 85, 146 Juliao, Luis A. 60, 153, 169 Jungenberg, James R. 95 Jurado, Lorena M. 85


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Keoughan, Alice N. 85 Kharbanda, Poola 85 Kibbler, Marebel B. 85, 91 Kinghorn, Adrienne J. 60, 129, 131,
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Kirkland, Caroline 95 Kirkpatrick, Ariadna L. 85, 144 Knapp, M. 150 Knisley, Jeaniette Y. 60 Kobayashi, Tomoyuki 39, 129, 150 Krapfl, Arthur R. Jr. 60, 85, 129, 139,
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Lentz, Kisha L. 63, 144 Leontiev, Lisa 86, 129 Lewis, Sherry 155 Lilley, Laura M. 86, 127 Linton, F. 169 Littrell, Michylle L. 86, 167 Lively, Christine E. 54, 60, 127, 129 Livingston, Alexander L. 1I 86, 150,


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131, 134, 139 Love, Salvador B. 39 Lowry, Scott A. 60 Luck, Edilia 86 Lugo, Bryan N. 60 Lukkasson, Eric W. 86 Luttrell, William J. 39 Lyle J. 153


Maddox, Jesse E. 1186, 144 Maduro, Christine M. 60 Malave, Ramon A. Jr. 86, 127, 156,
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Malave, Rosadely 5, 39, 707 Manchester, Nancy 102, 103, 146 Manning, Karina E. 60 Manzanares, Johanna A. 48, 144 Manzanares, Luis 86 Marotta, Jesse P. 60 Marquardt, Douglas C. 61, 133, 140,
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Marquez, Gustavo A. 39 Marribitt, Ami L. 61 Martinelli, Carlos H. 61 Martinelli, Juan A. 39 Martinez, Juan C. 87, 144, 150 Marinez, Raul M. 87, 168 Martinez, V. 150 Marx, Angela M. 5, 61, 87, 129, 133,
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Marx, Brandyn D. 82, 155 Mason, Chanda 1. 95 Matheney, Audra A. 61 Mathews, J. 153 Mattingly, Shanna M. 61


Maxwell, H. 162 McAuliffe, Stephen S. 87 McConaughey, Ryan D. 61 McCormick, Jennifer S. 95 McCoy, Michelle L. 39, 144 McDonald, Brandi E. 39 McFarlane, Clement S. Jr. 61, 134 McGregor, Johnnie 102, 103 McGuinness, Janelle E. 14, 87, 93,
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McGuinness, Lauren 162 McGuinness, Samuel A. Jr. 95, 165 McKay, Milton 61 McKee, Scott G. 87 McKelvey, Wendy M. 87, 95 McNeil, Oscar 87 McQueen, Danielle M. 39 McWhorter, Daphne D. 61 Medina, Kelvin M. 87 Meredith, Ikishara M. 87 Merkel, Ian A. 39, 127 Merkel, Stacey A. 87, 127 Merriweather, William C. Jr. 42, 64,
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Meyer, Karen D. 61 Meyers, Alberta T. 42, 146, 167 Meyers, Sharlene 14 Michel, Timothy B. 29, 42 Miller, John M. Jr. 87, 165, 169 Miller, Nichelle M. 61 Mills, Dean A. 42, 128, 129, 134, 139,
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Minn, Ryan B. 82 Mishiro, Kayoe 42, 167 Mishler, Justin D. 42 Mishra, Vandana 87 Mitcham, Thomas T. 61, 127, 134 Mitchell, Joanne 103 Mizrachi, Michelle 42, 129, 131, 141,
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Modelo, Candy M. 42, 133, 129 Modelo, Roberto F. 87 Moffit, Dave 155, 169 Molina, Rina R. 42 Monaghan, Paula M. 87 Monlouis, Wilma 103 Montagne, Karin A. 87 Montalvo, Jahaira 61 Moore, William Thomas 61, 75 Morales, Patricia 105 Moran, Nishawne J. 61, 127, 139 Moreno, Aneris 87 Movero, Randy 87 Morgan, Michael G. 42, 122, 150, 169 Morris, Eric A. 42 Morris, Kenneth H. Jr. 88 Morris, Raymond H. 18, 23, 42, 144, 156


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1993 Zonian
vol. 84
in step Luith tradition
An eager crowd watches Mr. Thale clean the
senior plaque. Earlier in the year seniors voted for
the teacher they most wanted to see doing this.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Balboa High School
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Seniors wait patiently to speak. At Orientation
Day, representatives from various clubs and ac
tivities welcomed new students to BHS and en
couraged them to join an activity. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Parents gather for lunch." At Back To School
Night, held Sept. 9th, parents followed their
kids' schedules to attend 10 min. "classes" to
meet the teachers. (Photo by R. Hines.)
Melanie Cooper awaits her turn to walk the
"runway." At the annual Halloween Contest,
held on the front lawn, students came to show
off their costumes and take a shot at the $100
prize. (Photo by D. Mills)
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Prescott Bush lectured at the BHS library early Senior class president, Noni Robinson cuts cake
in the year campaigning tor his brother, George for hungry classmates at the senior reception.
Bush. (Photo by C. Rigby) (Photo by D. Mills)
Going to school in Panama isn't
quite the same experience as
going to school stateside is. Here the
"snow" days may be replaced by "demon
stration" days. Our daily schedules may
be contigent upon the current Personnel
Movement Limitation (PML). Muggy tropi
cal weather is the norm. Despite the differ
ences some things will never change -
breezeway pizza sales, underclassmen
cleaning the senior plaque, and Mr. Hol
land making the rounds at lunch munching
on his popcorn. Although we adapt to
changes, we still stay In Step With Tradi
tion.
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Desiree Ellis practices her flute at orchestra re
hearsals. Orchestra is one of the activities pur
sued by BHS students. (Photo by C. Rigby)
A group of girls attend the Homecoming pep
rally in the stadium. Student were allowed to
miss 5th and 6th period to attend. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Some students hang around in the career cen
ter Mrs. White's room was usually a good place
to hang out in. (Photo by C. Rigby)
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I am
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and become
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Nancy
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Rosa Malave gets her order of fries in the cafe
teria. Lots of students ate lunch in the cafete
ria. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Ryochi Hasabe works on his Apple II gs in Mr
Thale's room. M Thale's classes rely heavily on
the computers. (Photo by 0. Gifford)
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good time whether it's
at the homecoming rally
or Carnavalito. They will go
all out for prom willingly, yet
scrounge around for the last
dime that will enable them to
buy that candy bar down at
Oscar's.
Hanging out is always the
thing to do. Sometime in
stead of down at Oscar's or
on the rails of the breezeway
masses of people will be
found "hanging out" in Mr.
Thale's room, in the com
puter lab typing away in a
frenzy, or selling stuff on the
breezeway. Working through
lunch is not always fun but in
the company of friends you
can never be too sure what
will happen.
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Danny Zimmerman skates down a small hill. There
are several skaters that go to Balboa High School.
(Photo by C. McFarlane)


Prom-Goers
Determined To
Set The
Night To Music
The night was full of anxieties.
"Does my hair look nice? "Is my
bow-tie on right?"
"My head was too small and my
boutonniere kept falling off,"
exclaimed senior, Shawn Patty. Many
students rode In style to dinner: a
limousine, a corvette, or a chiva.
"The people at the restaurant
stared at us so much I thought I'd
spilled my dinner on me. I think they
were just impressed by our formal
attire," said senior Cathy Rigby.
Through all the hassle seniors and
lumors managed to get to the Amador
Officer's Club where the Prom was
held. The room was filled with the
scent of corsages and the sound of
romantic music. The multi-colored
balloons decorated the room as well as
the streamers. "I ran out of oxygen
from blowing so many balloons,"
remembered junior. Marie Schulz.
Students overcame their sheepish
ways and got on the dance floor. Some
I arrived fifteen
minutes before
Prom ended,
and I saw
Elvis.-W.
Schulz
girls decided to take off their heels and
got down to the music. Also there
were pictures to be taken, although
many wondered why as they waited
for the photographer to reset his
camera and repositioned them for the
zillionth time.
"The line was soooooo long, said
Patty.
Juniors were discussing their future
senior year You could hear some
seniors talking about where to go after
prom. Some students went to
post-prom parties while others cruised
around. Some students hung around
the little couple. Caleb Bales and
Katherine Seitz. "Caleb was too
bashful to take his picture, said Mr.
Bales. All in all, the night was a big
success. Students got to relax and
enjoy themselves. "I had a lot of fun,"
said Rigby. "After the prom we drove
around before going home. I think it
was quite romantic."
Cathy Rigby pins on Shawn Patty's bouton
mere at her house The exchange of cor
sages and boutonnieres was a tradition ob
served by most people (Photo by B.
Rigby)
The photographer arranges Karen Eckerle
and Michael Charles for their prom photo
A lot of people had their pictures taken at
the prom to remember it by. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
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Katherine Seitz and Caleb Bales prepare to
present the queen with her crown. Over
come with emotion. Caleb changed his mind
and Katherine crowned Noni Robinson on
her own. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Carlos Lam takes a break from dancing and
sits with friends. After dancing most of the
night, most people went to post-prom par
ties or to clubs out in town. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
A group of prom goers get into reggae At
ter dancing for a few hours, most girls de
cided to skip the high heels in favor of com
fort. (Photo by C Rigby)
Student Life


A New Season
Begins As
To
Students Go
Jamboree Rally
A brown odd-shaped ball soars
through the night sky. The landscape
consists of tall, silver posts with huge,
blinding lights that outshine the stars.
The smell of hotdogs, hamburgers, and
popcorn weaves through dozens and
dozens of people. Popping and fizzing
of sodas is so common it goes
unnoticed. Teams of green, red, light
blue, blue, and black and gold take
turns playing each other in a round
robin fashion. This is the annual
Jamboree. This annual event was
started m 1950 by Luke Palumbo Sr.
He was a football coach at Cristobal
High School. His idea came about by
watching a similar event in his home
state of Missouri.
The traditional Jamboree is a
pre-season event where all the football
teams and fans get together on
I find it odd
that the school
has four teams
instead of
one.-Ms.
McGregor
Cristobal ground to play and watch
each other before the official season
begins. This is a much anticipated
event. Not only does it start off the
football season, in a way, it starts off
the new school year. The Jamboree is
the first school sports event, and it
always offers an opportunity to meet
new friends. Also, the trip gives
everyone something to talk about at
school on Monday.
Each Jamboree season, one queen
is chosen to represent each team
during the Jamboree parade and the
Jamboree game itself. This year the
queens were Julie Church (Red
Machine), Heather Craig (Tigers),
Lisa Sasso (Bulldogs), Jenilee
Szymanski (Green Devils), and Helen
Tremblay (Cougars).
PCC Green Devils cheerleaders show
their go get 'em attitude by executing a
pyramid. All stunts required hours of
practice and dedication. (Photo by: G
Ellison)
Secret Service agents Tony Aird and
Mike Buchanan check out the scene
disguised as two PCC football players
innocently watching the pep rally.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Desiree Squire points out something inter
esting on the other side of the field as Ed
ward Dawkins looks on. There were many
interesting things to see that day. (Photo
by C Rigby)
After the Pep Rally. Mr. Holland defends
himself as Mrs. Bales calls his attention to
the sign behind him. It was difficult for
most people to obey that sign. (Photo by
G. Ellison)
Red Machine cheerleaders rev it up enthusi
astically by cheering for their team and per
forming a stunt. The cheerleaders accom
plished many athletic feats. (Photo by G.
Ellison)
Mellany Singleton sees something to cheer
about and gladly does so. The Pep Rally
was usually filled with many fun events to
shout about. (Photo by G. Ellison)
Student Life


Spooky, Kooky
Students
Haunt The
Halls At BHS
Halloween came with a variety of
events: showcase, door, and dress-up
competitions; a film festival;
fortune-telling; and a Haunt the Halls
Dance.
Fun was had most during the
Parade of Costumes at noon on
October 29th. Winning 1st place AND
the $100 prize was Danny
Zimmerman. He came as Uncle Fester
and even brought Thing.
I cant believe you'd shave your
head for a hundred dollars ...", said
Ms. Dee when handing Zimmerman his
cash prize.
Dan Toth took second place for his
Thalean Mutant teacher costume and
hit the $50 dollar jackpot. Frank
Westgate won $25 for his
ecology- minded costume "Recycle
Man." One Honorable mention
recipient, Nichole Blanc, after strutting
her Catwoman outfit to the judges,
uttered that she found it "a very
humbling experience."
Students were also allowed to show
All the
decorations
looked great,
says Melanie
Bales.
their creativity during the Door
Contest. Doors ranged from the really
cute to the psychotically deranged.
Ms. Roa's door had a decapitated
Marie Antoinette and Mr. Waugh's had
a bloody, dripping cabbage patch doll
head!
"Are there no limits?" asked one
Administrator.
On Friday night, October 30th, the
2nd Annual "Haunt the Halls" Dance
came to pass. Two Juniors, Marie
Schulz and Monique Carbonell,
dressed as gypsies and told fortunes
for 25 cents. With little experience,
these two novices told over 110
fortunes.
"I see happiness and no more than
two children in your future, said
Carbonell while Schulz counteracted
that with, "Your wife will die and you
will be very sad until you find out
she cheated on you."
Lastly the seniors managed to show
a scary film festival.
Ms. Wall talks to Erin Blagg as Esther
Downs collects tickets at the door. Hallow
een dance helped raise money for SA.
Jerry Ellingson shows a little more than po
litical humor for Halloween. Although most
of the students preferred Bush for the pres
idency there were also many Clinton sup
porters.
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Danny Zimmerman comes to school
dressed like Uncle Fester and walks away
with one-hundred dollars. Many students
dressed up but walked away empty-handed.
(Photo by G. Ellison)
Jeremy Plant, Ginger Corbett, and John
Neal strut their stuff in front of the |udges
Strange and crazy things were common
place at BHS. (Photo by D. Mills)
Dan Toth is transformed into a Thalean Mu
tant teacher. After taking Mr. Thale's phys
ics class many students felt the way Dan
looks. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Student Life


Students At
Homecoming
Experience
A Night To Remember
Saturday, November 7th was a
special day for BHS students. They
were dressing up in their best
clothes to go out. Girls put on
their best dresses and the guys
put their best suits on. They were
all looking forward for the event
about to take place. At eight
o'clock people started arriving at
the Amador Officer's Club to
celebrate Homecoming. This dance
is one of the most important
events celebrated by the BHS
student body.
The decorations looked
fantastic according to several
people. Great creativity, effort, and
a lot of time were given by each
member of the decorating
committee to create the stage tor
this exciting event.
"At least this time we had an
Robert Reyes and Tanya Royo dance the
night away Near the end ol the dance,
most people were too exhausted to keep on
moving. (Photo by C Rigby)
Rebecca Heard and Scott Lelfler get their
picture taken at the dance. Many couples
lined up to get a picture taken lor memo
ry's sake. (Photo by C. Rigby)
air pump for the balloons, not like
last year's prom where everyone
suffered from oxygen deficiency,"
said Marie Schulz (11).
I had a really
good time at
Homecoming!
-Robert Reyes
(Junior)
Friends caught up with the
latest gossip and shared their
adventure on how they decided
what to wear and what pains they
had to go through to pick a date.
Some students decided to show off
some new dance moves they
learned over the summer.
Then the time came to name
the court. The lucky winners this
year were Queen Nom Robinson,
King Alfredo Richards, prince Tony
Bieker, princess Caroline Hinkle,
prince Scott Leffler, princess
Sharlene Meyers, prince lohn
Crespo, princess Jessica Staha,
prince Billy Wing, prince Chris
Howard, princess Janelle
McGuiness, prince Robert
Rodriguez, Jr., princess Katie
Wilder.
After the cheers for the selected
court members, the dance went
on. The festivities lasted till
midnight, giving each person a
wonderful memory to remember.
Shawn Patty announces the Homecoming
Queen and King and their court. Most of the
people were happy with the results of the
election, (Photo by C. Rigby)
Alfredo Richards and Noni Robinson take
their place at the throne. The Queen and
King were treated like royalty on that spe
cial night. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Ms. Dee explains to Katie Wilder what to do
when her name is called. The Homecoming
court was nervous about their appearance,
but in the end everything worked out.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Student Life


Student Lite
Drivers Ed.
The moment we all dream of
the day we get our license. However
there is one thing that stands between
you and the steering wheel
Drivers Ed. Of course Drivers Ed is
designed to teach students how to
drive safely and use caution while on
the road. The class is made up of a
written exam part and the final
practical driving test. Not to forget the
ever popular obstacle course. Those
infamous orange cones have been
known to end the social lives of many
BHS students "I killed three of them!
said a slightly disappointed Stacy
Boozer.
All in all the course requires you to
attend on a daily basis; view
educational driving movies, those ever
famous and grotesque pictures Mr.
Chen keeps in the photo album, also
known as the gallery of gore. "It
wouldnt be so bad if there weren't so
Drivers Ed.
prepared me for
all the crazy taxi
drivers out
there.-M. Kuo
many dismembered bodies" said
tumor, Gabriela Valencia.
One last thing to remember is to be
nice to Mr. Chen. And if you're really
Tony Usera waits for the late bus after a
grueling day at Driver's Ed. Most students
took the class because they wanted their
own transportation. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mr. Chen calmly supervises Jerome Price's
car to make sure its far enough away from
the cones. The final driving test was always
a challenge. (Photo by M. Schulz)
Drivers Ed.
bad hell be sure to take you to
Gamboa or make you go across the
bridge of the Americas for the
practical driving test! Of course there
are always nice memories like the
times when Mr. Chen tells jokes to the
class or the times when you get to use
your book on a written test. "There
are so many trick questions, that even
an open book test can be challenging,
said, Monique Carbonell.
Then there are the tragic stories
. .. like the time a new rental car had
a bumper to bumper hit with a
Mercedez! We don't want to shock you
with the aftermath. Even though Mr.
Chen can be a little intimidating most
students pass the course in high
standards!
With much dexterity and skill, Jerome Price
attempts to weaver through the cones in
reverse. Most students had to practice a lot
in order to avoid killing the cones. (Photo
by M. Schulz)
Marie Schulz awakes and finds herself in
strange surroundings. Unfortunately, not all
of Mr. Chen's graduating students followed
the rules of the road. (Photo by M. Carbon
ell)
Oops! Jerome Price accidentally knocks
over a cone. He realized all to late that Mr.
Chen's wrath could be more than harsh.
(Photo by M. Schulz)


A Day in The
Lives Of
Everyday
BHS Students
Stress is emotional or intellectual
strain, or tension. This emotion affects
all students and teachers at some
point in the year. Stress can occur
when you have too much going on in
your life. For example, stress can be
caused by taking a lot of hard courses
that demand a lot of your time to do
homework and little time for anything
else. Some students stress period last
for days, weeks, or even months. This
can lead to problems, but most BHS
students have found ways to fight
stress.
"I go out with friends to fight
stress," says Gina Ellison (12).
"I play football as a means to fight
stress," says Raymond Morris (12)
"I fight stress by punching my
pillow to death," says Gaby Pinto
(12).
"My means to alleviate stress is by
taking a walk and listening to music,"
Stress is eight
hours of school,
five days a
week F. West-
gate
says Marie Schulz (11).
"My means to take care of stress is
to go out and have fun with my friends
and try to forget my problems ever
existed," says Naythan Traywick
(11).
Some students talk the problem out
with their best friend, while others
take a day off and forget the word
"school" ever existed. Some students
exercise to get rid of stress, while
others just watch a good movie or
read a book. But the poor
underclassmen cannot use the thought
of graduation as a means to relieve
stress like the seniors do.
All of us in everyday life must find
ways to fight stress or alleviate it a
little. To sum it all up, tension can be
reduced in many different ways. It just
depends on the person and how
stressful they feel.
The Corner Crew gossips about the morn
ing's events. "Oscar's" was the typical
hangout for most Balboa High School stu
dents. (Photo by M. Schulz)
J. Hardin, T. Ortiz, R. Gomez, and T. Rob
erts try to identify their favorite players.
Many students let off some steam at the
Friday night football games. (Photo by K.
Olandese)
lili Hauser and Audrey Ernest are amazed
by what they read. Taking time out to be
with their friends was vital to the sanity of
many students. (Photo by N. Watkins)
Itzel Chang and Laura Segura talk about
their plans for the weekend. Fridays were
usually filled with excitement and anticipa
tion. (Photo by M. Schulz)
Craig Fishbough tries to disguise himself
using a girls nylon. Stressed-out students
usually did crazy things to try and relieve
some tension. (Photo by N. Watkins)
Kathy Pierre cant seem to decide what she
wants. Many students flocked to the candy
store during lunch which helped organiza
tions raise money. (Photo by M. Schulz)
Student Life


Vamos A
Gozar En
La Fiesta
Del Carnaval
Carnavalito, also known as the
Spanish Mardi Gras was celebrated on
Saturday February the 13th. The
carnavalito is the season before lent
marked by festivities and merry
making. It is celebrated by most
Spanish conquered countries, which
include all of Central and South
America, and let us not forget
Portugal.
In Balboa High School we (students
and faculty) celebrate this festivity by
nominating a court, which will perform
a tpico dance at the coronation. This
year the opportunity was given to
Patricia Ortiz, Danny Bright, Laura
Segura, Frank Westgate, Gaby Pinto,
Cesar Lou, Miggy Castro, Roger
Dems, Vanessa Uhorchak, Carlos
Royo, Sarah Beatie, Joseph Rillamas,
Annelle Urriola, and Ruben Castro. The
court gave up their fridays for a month
to learn how to dance in tipico style.
I cant believe
we survived the
heat in those
polleras!-G.
Pinto
They practiced long hours without
even taking a break. Along with the
court, the comparsa, organized by
Amanda Spurlock, spent long hours
organizing their presentation.
On the morning of the show, the
court and comparsa had to decorate
the stage at PCC Auditorium. This job
was successfully done thanks to Saul
Urriola and members of the Spanish
Club. Then the big night came. The
members of the court now had the
chance to show their achievement
after several weeks of arduous
practice. Despite their nervousness,
the members performed with excellent
skill, which left many parents and
visitors mesmerized.
The Carnavalito was a complete
success thanks to the cooperation of
the Spanish Club members and the
good direction of Mr. Vaz.
Annelle Urriola and Ruben Castro give a
great performance. Those who went to the
Carnavalito enioyed watching the court
carry out their dances, (Photo by C. Rigby)
Patricia Ortiz displays her beautiful pollera
as she dances "El Punto." All the students
in the court practiced hard to learn their
dance steps. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Amanda Spurlock, Nicole Frank, and Sally
Oakley Liven it up with a little limbo. The
comparsa was the best part of the Car
navaleo because it got everyone involved.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Student Life


A Day
For Friends
AND LOVE:
VALENTINES DAY
Roses are red, violets are blue,
sugar is sweet, and so are you.
We've all heard that phrase
sometime or other. Most of us
know love songs, love stories, even
love dances. Well, Valentine's Day
is considered the day of lovebirds
or, generally speaking, the day of
affection. This year, Valentine's
Day came early to Balboa High
School. It was celebrated on
Friday, February 12. The halls
were crowded with people who had
a dozen roses, a dozen balloons, or
a dozen candygrams (for the
sweet tooth). The candygrams
were made by the French Club.
Carla Guerra, the French Club
Secretary, said, "The work was
hard, but the candygrams came
Mike Banks confesses his love to Latoya
Ries who is speechless. Young love was
common but unique to many of the stu
dents at BHS. (Photo by M, Schulz)
out great."
There was also the popular
dating service provided by the
Valentines Day
is a day to
spend with
someone
special.-J.
Staha
Computer Club Most people were
shocked when they saw the
number one person (the ideal
person) on their list. Others went
around bouncing with |oy when
they found out the cutest guy or
the prettiest girl in school was at
the top of their list. However,
though some thought the dating
service was interesting, they also
thought it wasn't exactly realistic.
As Cedric Obert said, "It
doesn't usually work out when
people with the same interests get
together. They don't have anything
to learn from each other. Being
different and learning from each
other is important."
But, take heart. This is only one
guy's opinion. It all depends on
you and your personal choice and
preference.
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Carla Guerra works hard even though it's
Valentine's Day Holidays never kept the
yearbook staff from doing their stuff.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Fletcher Hirom and Kathy Lopez give each
other a nice, wet kiss on Valentine's Day.
Couples weren't very shy when it came to
showing their affection. (Photo by G. Elli
son)
Raymond Morris takes time out to read a
Valentine's Day card from a secret admirer.
It was one of the many mysterious love let
ters received that day. (Photo by M.
Schulz)
Student Life


Whos Where
During Lunch
Lunch Time!
A Disappearing Act
It Is 11:44 and just ten seconds
are left before the lunch bell rings.
And. the bell has rung! It is lunch
time! Suddenly, those who had
been tiredly dragging themselves
through the day with much effort
and no energy become racing
horses raring to take off. A mad
rush is made for every classroom
door. It is quite amusing to see 24
students get through one door at
the same time. The halls are filled
with excited chatter, loud,
fast-moving footsteps, slamming of
lockers, and the rustling of sack
lunches here and there. Those who
are fortunate enough to have cars
or motorcycles zip out to the
parking lot and head for any place
that is not school. Usually, you can
find these people at Anthony's
Pizza. McDonald's, or home.
So, where does everyone else
go? Anywhere and everywhere!
There are always students eating
If I dont take
time out to be
with my friends,
I go crazy!-0.
Herazo
in the halls, |ust sitting on the
floor, having a good time. Many
people direct themselves towards
the cafeteria. You'll also find
students lined up on the first-floor
breeze-way watching the people go
by, sitting outside on the front
steps, out on the corner by
Oscar's, out by the gym, in Mrs.
Seitz's room, and even out by the
Goethals Memorial. Of course, it is
very common to find lots of people
cramming in the library or
speed-typing a report in the
computer lab. Let's not forget
those devoted physics students
who spend their precious lunch
time in Mr. Thsle's room feverishly
working.
The point of lunch, though, is to
escape stress, nourish yourself,
and socialize. Basically, lunch time
is your time so have fun, relax,
and don't forget the food!
lames Lantry perlorms a skateboarding
stunt as Clemente McFarlane looks on. Go-
ethals was a popular place to get away to
during lunch. (Photo by D Zimmerman)
Student Lite
Matt Hogan and Mary Kibbler spend their
lunch time together in Iront ot the school It
wasn't very difficult lor students to tmd a
private place to talk (Photo by M Kuo)
Jackie Thompson. Bonnie Ackerman, and
Helen Tremblay have a bite to eat at Antho
ny's Pizza in Albrook It was cool to be able
to get away tor lunch. (Photo by C. Thomp
son)
Luis Diaz and Laura Cuthbert hang out in
the Breeze-Way during lunch. The Breeze-
Way was a common place for students to
spend their lunchtime. (Photo by M
Schulz)


Soon To Rock
The Crowd
Stalefish
And Tempest
Since the creation of rock'n' roll,
amateur bands have come about with
their own songs and styles of
performing them. Here in Panama,
there are quite a few amateur bands,
some of which are associated with
BHS in some way. Some of these
particular bands are: Tempest,
Stalefish, and Paradox.
Tempest is undoubtedly the oldest
band of the previously mentioned,
having been formed circa 1987. It
consists of Carl Bristol, Walter Crouch,
and Evan Rodaniche. Bristol, Crouch,
and Rodaniche knew each other from
School; however this band wasn't
formed until Crouch read an ad in the
newspaper requesting a bassist. He
played for Bristol and Rodaniche, who
had already gotten together and only
needed a bassist, and was accepted
Tempest played in public for the first
time at the Cardenas Community
Center, and, says, Crouch, "They liked
it."
When people first hear the name
"Stalefish, as with other music
groups' names, they usually wonder
how they ever came up with that
name. Well, John Ferrell of the group
It would be
nice to be on
MTV although I
dont watch
it.-W. Crouch
said, "We [group members] all used to
skate, and there was a trick called a
stalefish ..." The rest, as they say,
is history Mike Banasick, Ferrell,
Willie Schulz, and Bobby Pederson
form the group. Their first
performance was at the Valent
Recreation Center in a talent show last
year.
The largest band on the list, and
also the most recently formed,
Paradox, consists of members: Shem
Unger, Ernesto Schnack, Cesar Lou,
Michel Fisher, and Carlos Lee. One of
their first performances was at
BHSsponsored Carnavalito.
Only time will tell the future of
these bands, but for now, let's enjoy
their music and company, which are
unique to Panama.
Tempest plays heavy metal at the Red Door
Club on Fort Clayton Tempest practiced a
lot before their performance. (Photo cour
tesy of (Tropic Times)
Walter Crouch plays bass guitar Crouch
started playing when he was young and has
loved it ever since (Photo courtesy of
Tropic Times)
Bobby Pederson tunes his guitar and gets
ready to pump up the volume Stalefish
liked to play their music loud. (Photo by G
Ellison)
Student Life


Cayuco
Race
It is that time of year again, when
you find students paddling in wooden
boats in the canal. Paddling in the
cayuco race is nothing new, it has
been around for forty years. The only
place in the world that holds this
ocean to ocean event is here, in
Panama. For this cayuco race people
practice for four months. You must be
willing to devote your life practicing
for this event.
This year the Cayuco Regatta took
place on March 7th at Gamboa along
the air strip. The regatta is used to get
a preview of the ocean to ocean
cayuco race. Organizers set up five
lanes of three thousand feet in length
for timed sprints. The winner of the
sprints takes home the Kodak cup. The
cayuco boat Spontaneous Combustion
(an all male team) took home the
cup. They also broke the record with
the time of 2:04.16. This time was
John Williford, Tyler Quinn, Billy Wing, and
Lee Gibson work hard at practice. Most
participants spent all their free time prepar
ing for the race. (Courtesy of Tropic
Times)
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Only The
Strong Survive
good enough to beat Misconception
(an all male team).
Later that morning Misconception
beat Spontaneous Combustion. This
sent the message that Misconception
Only in
Panama can one
paddle from
ocean to ocean;
its cool.T.
Kemp
that females have the endurance to
perform in this event.
The regatta does not influence the
outcome of the cayuco race. But
novice teams can use this sprint to
find where they rank in comparison
with other teams and to show-off their
abilities. And returning teams see how
much their experience has helped
improve them to become the top of
the league. The regatta helps to see
what teams to look out for. Several
jeople think this year's cayuco race
will be something to look forward to.
was tougher than ever and fit to
defend its two-year title.
In the female competition the crew
of Dear Dick flew passed High Anxiety
to win first place. This goes to show
Drake Sprague and Ryan Sweeney line up
at the starting line. There was an air of ex
citement at the beginning of the Regatta.
(Photo courtesy of Tropic Times)
The Crew of Spontaneous Combustion cele
brates after breaking the record. Scott Lef-
fler, Ivan Rodriguez. Tim Michelle, and
Tony Bieker felt triumphant. (Photo cour
tesy of Tropic Times)
Student Life


A Parents
Nightmare
Have you noticed that some of your
friends have been walking around in a
zombie-like state mumbling names like
U2, Duran Duran, Arrested
Development and Guns-N-Roses? It's
probably because after a long hiatus,
the great music channel, MTV, is back!
Most of you probably turned to magic
channel 17 and went berserk like most
of us jumping to the ceiling, climbing
the walls, and hugging everyone in
sight! (This is probably because of the
joy one experiences when they spot
MTV's ever-changing logo!) While a lot
of your parents were making
psychiatric appointments for you, you
sat there armed with your munchies
ready to spend the rest of your life (or
so it may seem to the rest of your
family) watching DJ's like Kennedy
from Alternative Nation, Steve Isaacs,
Adam Curry, Dufff, Bill Belamy, and
John Norris just to name a few An
Carl Bristol, a BHS graduate, pretends he's
playing in a video for MTV Pretending
seemed like the best option available at the
time (Photo courtesy of Tropic Times)
Its Back
Music Television
example ot such a T V. veggie naut is
Carrie Corona who says "I can sit
there tor hours," as her eyes seem to
go off into space.
Another member ol this species of
Its definitely
the best
channel on
televi8ionl-C.
Guerra
rare breed is Mr. Hager who says
"MTV has no social redeeming value.
And believe it or not there are
people out there who have better
things to do. Take the case of Laura
who admits, "I'd rather go shopping!"
While most of us aren't as extreme
as some of these people. "We still
want our MTV." So tell your parents,
neighbors, dogs, parrots, and fish not
to fret. You're just being a typical
teenager Pretty soon you might be
seeing the likes of such locals as
Tempest and Stalefish.
teenagers is Vanessa Hernandez who
says "I thought I would live a normal
life then came MTV However,
there are people out there who "dont
want their MTV!" An example of this
Carlos Lampas listens to his Walkman while
he works. Because mini-televisions were
hard to come by, many students made up
for missing MTV by listening to music
(Photo by S. Patty)
Jessica Quinlan puts her books away and
prepares to head home Some students
were eager to get home to avoid missing
their favorite shows on MTV (Photo by S.
Patty)
Lance VonHoflen dreams that he's at home
watching MTV Unfortunately. MTV was
never a part of any teachers daily lesson;
so dreaming was all students could do
(Photo by S. Patty)
Monique Carbonell is glued to the television
set After hours and hours of watching
MTV. students became hypnotized by its
mysterious powers. (Photo by M. Schulz)

hen people get
LU together there is no
telling what theyll do. Se
niors, intent on having fun
their last year, will lord it over
the underclassmen and Jun
iors will console themselves
by making the Sophomores
feel as miserable as possible.
In the meantime, teachers will
try to maintain some sem
blance of order in the class
room as the Sophomores try
to make heads or tails of life
at BHS. Friends relive old
times and set out to create
new misadventures. New
friends are made, some might
be lost, but people will al
ways remain people no mat
ter where they go or where
they are.

Watching the cheerleaders' routines, the crowd at
hand shows their approval. The Jamboree pep rally
was held on Sept. 4th after the Jamboree game. It
had been rescheduled due to rain.
WiJ
Bp*1 v J
j!
' MV A
W MSk Hr

Brenda Berrios
Minoska A Bianchmi
Tony F Bieker
Jennifer M Black
Rochell P Blades

-
'M
Erin S Blagg
Ana H Bowler
Nicole C Blanc
Michelle Bleau
Michael J Bleichwehl
Daniel R Bright
Domiciano Broce
Mellany Brown
Elsie M Botello
Iluminada M Cantu
Francisco Carreira
Ea'shanda D Carver
Heidi N Casperson
Jose Castaneda
Juan R Castrellon
Aquiles A Castro
Miguel A Cedeno
Adolto E Chaluja
Michael D Charles
Victoria E Chen

Pedro A Cordoves
Roger A Demas
Ester L Downs
Kurt E Drozd
Saray A Dunn
Dinah R Eastham
Gina A Ellison
Doyn S Epperson

Julia I Espinosa
Christopher A Frady
Carlos A Estevez
Michelle L Estrada
Saul A Estupiman
Jay G Fullerton
Carl S Gale
Ramon Galindo
Carla B Garcia
Robert A Garcia
Joel M Gibbs
Brandon L Gibson
Oscar M Gifford
Nathaniel A Gladding
Jessica D Gold
Roberto Gomez Christina M Gonzalez Daniel M Gonzalez Evelisse Guadalupe
Seniors

Oliver M Herazo
Ramer R Guzman
Stephen M Hanf
Rejoyce L Hanson
Ryoichi S Hasebe
Henea S Headley
Pamela Hemm
Nancy M Henderson
Alejandro Hepburn
Christopher A Herndon
Vladimir Herrera
Jason M Hildreth
Caroline C Hinkle
Luis C Guerrero
Erin C Hatchett
Fletcher J Hirom
Jonathan Hoffman Matthew D Hogan
Alison M Howard
Joanne M Hunt

Salvador B Love
Michelle L McCoy
William J Luttrell
Brandi E McDonald
Dawn Keays
Scott Letfler
Rosadely Malave
Danielle M McQueen
Ian A Merkel
Seniors
Laurie V Jones
M
Nelson Kaun
David A Lopez
Juan A Martinelli
Michael D Jordon
Ta-Wei Kan
Marilyn L Lancaster
Carlos F Lam
Tomokuki Kobayashi
Jason A Lloyd
Gustavo A Marquez



Voko Nakagawa Norma I Navarro Ronda L Nesslcr Sandra M Nevarez Joanna Niamzanarer

Kevin A Olandese
Patricia E Ortiz
Jose A Padilla
Ching I Pai
Yong Suk Park
Gregory E Parsons
Shawn B Patty
Maragarita C Pearce
Robert F Pedersen
Joseph R Peoples
Dana L. Petrosky
Mindy Petrucci
Gabriela Pinto
Catherine Poore
Patrick G Pratt

Noni N Robinson
Michael R Robison
Daniel V Roman
Helmut Roner
Dalila D Robinson
Jill D Roscoe
Doris M Ruiz
Minolka Ruiz
Vasier I Ruiz
Timothy C Rutledge

Katherine T Sears
Laura E Segura
Karen G Shadeck
Beniamin J Shaha
Aisha Sherrod
Seniors

Christina Thompson
Hellen Tremblay
Derrick D Thompson
Jaqueline M Thompson
Yessica Tunon
Quint P Underwood
Karl R Vanderwall Michael) Vaughn
Lynnette M Vega
Damans M Velazquez
Ann F Wagner

Shane C Walker
Jamie D Walters
Rossaue J Ward
Natalie E Watkins
Marianna C Webb
Melissa S Webb
Lottie I Welch
Stacey L Wells
Frank A Westgate
Adam J White
Tanya R Williams
John M Williford
Troy M Wilson
Reynaldo Williams
Michael J Wing
Arie Zafram
Daniel Zimmerman
Shamda I De Lora
Shannon G Golembiewski

Not Pictured
Erik A Arenas
Adriel Calo
Frank R Ender
Johanna A Manzanares
Trinity L Myrick
Ivan A Rivera
Ricardo A Rivera
Angela M Rose
Kathia L Smart
Harry L Williams
Jodie M Nunan
Daniel A Peterson
Mellany Singleton
FEARLESS LEADERS. The Senior class officers are Presi
dent Norn Robinson, Vice-President Edward Dawkins, and
Secretary Heidi Casperson. These people are responsible for
planning the Senior reception held in the fall, the winter
formal, raising funds for Senior color yearbook pictures,
and the graduation ceremony.
You can usually find these student leaders in the Stu
dent Association store or in Mr. Waughs room.
The Senior class sponsor is Mr. Kenneth Waugh. Mr.
Waugh has been the sponsor for the last four years. In ad
dition to teaching Economics, Government, and U.S. History
and sponsoring Close-up; he works tirelessly working at the
S.A. store part of the year, coordinating caps and gowns,
invitations, and setting up the decorations, and the Gradua
tion program. The Senior Class could not function without
him! (Photo by C. Rigby)

Ackerman, Bonnie:
Soccer, Dance Drill Team, Cougar's manager,
Key Club, French Club, American Dance Drill
Team School "Smile!
Adams, Everly EU":
"Twinkie, Cathy, Lisa, and Daphane, y'all are
great: thanks for the great memories. Most of
all, Scott, my better half; I love you!"
Aguilar, Suhai:
Basketball, Track, and Drama. "Good luck in the
future to all my friends; stay out of trouble."
Arango, Julio:
Water Ski, scuba diving, Volleyball, Spanish Club
"Long life to Black Mass."
Archibold, Bernardo "Bernie":
Football, Spanish Club
Arenas, Erik:
Basketball
Austin, Marco Magnate:
Basketball, Soccer, JROTC "Don't give up."
Ave-Lallemant, Phaedra:
Tennis, Track, Cheerleading, Spanish Club,
Honor Band "The memories will never die.
Thanks to my other half and those that made
:hese times possible.
Barber, Geraldo "Maliante":
Basketball, Soccer, Photography. "Peace and
ove to all lovers."
Barrera, Sasha "Winy:
Business Club, Photography, Chorus. "World
lere I come!"
Barter, Carlos "Flaco":
Basketball, Business Club. I like to go to
lances, to parties, and to date beautiful girls. In
he future I will have my own business. Be cool
md stay out of trouble."
Beard, Patrick:
Basketball
terman, Jorge:
:ootball, Spanish Club. Lord have mercy!"
Irown, Mellany "Lany":
Veightlifting, FHA Club. If you don't help your-
.elf achieve what youre striving for in life,
lont expect anyone else to help you.
Dane, Nicole:
loccer, Drama Club, Thespian, NHS, BHS, SHS,
JHJS, Ecology Club, Beautifaction Club, Key
Hub. "Do not concern yourself with keeping the
lace of your companions; step to the beat of
'our own drum.
lalo, Adriel Batman:
'Puerto Ricans are superior."
lantu, Iluminada Mercy":
loccer
Carreira, Francisco Paco:
Soccer, Spanish Club. "I plan to graduate, study
law, and become a lawyer."
Carver, La'Shanda" Shanda":
Track, Pep Club. "I love you Robert; we'll al
ways be together. I love you mom. Special
thanks to Jessie. Jen, Saun, Danielle, and the
Lloyds."
Castaneda, Jose E. "Pepe":
Tennis, Soccer, Spanish Club, BHS, SHS, Busi
ness Club.
Castrellon, Juan:
Football, Spanish Club. "Scuuuumm .. !"
Castro, Aquiles:
Volleyball, Spanish Club. Business Club, Ecology.
Cedeno, Miquel Mikey":
Football, Soccer, Basketball. "Always think posi
tive!"
Chaluja, Adolfo:
Football, Spanish Club. "Take life one day at a
time, and live every moment of it!"
Charles, Michael D.:
Football, Tennis, Cayuco Race, NHS, BHS. Ecol
ogy Club.
Choy, Francisco Coco":
Spanish Club. "I want to thank Paiz, Nuz,
Muela, and Fire for a great year."
Coleman, Raven "Rae:
Cheerleading captain, Track, Thespian, Art Club,
Peer Counselor. "Thank God it's over!"
Dittl, Christine A. "Chrissy":
Volleyball, Beta, Renaissance, Rocket, JROTC,
and Ecology Clubs, Forensics, Explorers, SADD,
BHS. Thanks to my mom and dad for their sup
port throughout my life "
Dittl, Katherine M. "Kathy":
French, Renaissance, HOSA, Business, Ecology,
and Drama Clubs, SADD. BHS, peer helper, Fo
rensics, Explorers. "Good luck to the class of
1993!"
Dobbertin, Bradley A. "Ace":
Chess, SADD Do the wrong thing, because it's
the right thing to do." Spanish Club. "Live the
moment and don't worry about tomorrow!"
Garcia, Robert "Robbie":
Football, Tennis, Baseball, Cayuco Race, Weight
lifting. "I would like to study Sports Medicine."
Gibbs, Joel M.:
See ya!"
Gibson, Brandon:
Football, Cayuco Race (91-92 Champions)
BHS, Ecology Club.
Gifford, Oscar Scar", "Ox", Oz":
Cayuco Captain, NHS, Ecology Club, Drama
Club, Thespian, Yearbook Staff. "Peace and love
will make this world better. Be mellow!"
Gladding, Nathaniel "Nat":
Diving, Photography "I love Leysi! C.Z rules.
Gold, Jessica:
'T love Alex Stirling, and I wish to be a profes
sional doctor."
Golembiewski, Shannon:
Varsity Tennis, Equestrian, Photography Club
"Thanks Christina and Jackie for all the great
memories! What would I do without you guys?"
Gomez, Roberto "Antonio":
Red Machine Football, Track. C'ya round in the
real world. Much love to Kathy R.T."
Guerrero, Luis "Nino":
Guzman, Ranier:
Soccer
Downs, Esther L.:
Select chorus, Art Club.
Eastham, Dinah R.:
Soccer. Cheerleading, Basketball player and
manager, Volleyball. "I wish everybody the best
of luck to everyone and God bless."
Ellison, Gina A.:
Drama Club, Ecology Club, BHS, Yearbook
"Bunga, Bunga; It's a small world; G.P, thanx
for all."
Epperson, Doyn Shane":
Only with time can we see the soul of the
earth's final destruction."
Espinosa, Julia "Julie:
"Thanks to all my friends for being there when I
needed them. I also thank my mom."
Estrada, Michelle:
Soccer, Spanish, Ecology, and Business Clubs,
Jr. Red Cross, Sophomore Sec. "Go for your
goals! Smile Always."
Estupinian, Saul A.:
Volleyball, Football, French Club, JROTC Battal
ion Executive Officer, Rifle team and Usher
Guard Commander. "I plan on going to college
and joining the military."
Fullerton, Jay Jake the snake":
Baseball, Football, Foto Club, Computer Club. "I
want to become a navy seal and an aircraft me
chanic."
Gale, Carl:
Wrestling, Track, Football, Swimming, French
Club. "Thanks to all my friends. I wish you well
in the future. God bless you."
Garcia, Carla:
Hanf, Stephen "Steve":
Basketball, Yearbook, Newspaper, SADD (Secre
tary), NHS, BHS, Peer Helper, Ecology Club.
Hanson, Rejoyce:
Swim Team, Soccer, Bulldog Mascot, Drama
Club (Treasurer), NHS, Yearbook, Ecology Club,
SADD, BHS, Art Club, Business Club, French
Club, Peer Facilitator. "These are the years in
which we make our dreams come true; make
the best of them '93. We've finally made it!"
Hasebe, Ryoichi Sergio":
Ecology, BHS. Good luck my friends!"
Hatchett, Erin:
Cougars' Manager, Thespian, Drama Club, Thes
pians (President), Honor Chorus. "I just want
to thank everyone for the good times! Lookout
world; here I come!"
Headley, Herica Flaca":
Basketball, French Club. "Hope everyone gradu
ates and has lots of success in the future. Re
member dont drink and drive."
Hemm, Pamela:
Soccer, Volleyball, Dance Team, Business Club
Henderson, Nancy:
Swimming, Track, BHS, NHS, Thespian Honor
Society, YFC, Yearbook, Honor Chorus. "Thanks
to my family and J.M., S.L., C.L., C.R., S.P., and
everyone else for making this year the great
est."
Hepburn, Alejandro "Whitey":
Skateboarding, The Group. The Group rules."
Herazo, Oliver "Big Al:
Football, Volleyball, Basketball. French Club.
"You have to want to!"
Hildreth, Jason:
Wrestling, Football, Track, Bushmasters.
Hinkle, Caroline:
Cheerleader (Captain), Soccer, Volleyball,
Cayuco Race, Football Manager, Homecoming
and Jamboree Princess, NHS, SHS, BHS (Presi
dent), Spanish Club.
Hirom, Fletcher:
Football, Fire Marshall, Drama Club, Server/
Lector, Class President, BHS.
Hogan, Mathew "Matt":
Ecology Club, Yearbook. "I'd like to thank all my
friends for the great times. Best of luck!"
Howard, Alison:
Track (Captain), Basketball (Captain), Volley
ball. Soccer, BHS, French Club, Ecology Club,
NHS, Close Up. "Have fun."
Hunt, Joanne:
Cheerleader, Cayuco Race #1, Drama Club,
Ecology Club, Art Club. Thanks to my best
friends for making my senior year the best,
N.W., J.R., J.T., T.N., M.P"

Jones, Laurie "Mamma":
Basketball, French Club, Dance Team. "To Rey
naldo Williams, we finally made it! Love ya!
Jordan, Michael "Mike":
CWE.
Kan, Ta-wei:
Tennis, Spanish Club, French Club, Ecology
Club, Computer Club, Business Club
Keays, Dawn:
Swimming, Softball, Color Guard, SADD, Year
book, Ecology Club. "Work for the future, but
don't let the present slip away because the
present only comes once."
Kobayashi, Tomoyuki "Tom, "Butch",
"Coiba":
Track, Swimming, Soccer, Football, Ecology
Club, Business Club. "Thank you everybody tor
good memories. Tom was here!"
Lam, Carlos "Carlitos":
Soccer, NHS, BHS, S.A. "Mediocre goals pro
duce mediocre results."
Lancaster, Marilyn "Gizmo":
Volleyball, Soccer, Track.
Leffler, Scott:
Swim Team, Cayuco Race, NHS (Treasurer),
SHS, BHS, Spanish Club, SADD (Treasurer),
M.U.W., Close Up, Jr. Class V.P., Prom Commit
tee (Chairman), Drama Club, Yearbook
Lloyd, Jason "Bigman":
Football. Good for us and bad for them."
Lopez, David D-Nice":
Football. "Peace to all my Latino brothers. Told
ya shoulda killed me last year."
Malave, Rosadely Rosa":
Track, Soccer, Softball, French Club (Presi
dent). Spanish Club. Logo Club, Business Club
(Chairman). "I thank my closest friends for ev
erything; for being there when I needed them
and also for making my life a lot better. Thank
you Michelle E.. Erine S and Nicole B. I'll miss
you!"
Manzanares, Johanna:
Volleyball, Dance Team, Music Treasurer, Span
ish Club, SADD.
Marquez, Gustavo Goose":
Basketball. Volleyball. Computer Club. "Lookout
for that plaque undergraduates.
Matinelli, Juan:
"Where's the trip? Cual es el trance7"
McCoy, Michelle Mickey":
Track, Cheerleading, French Club. The future is
no joke! You hold the key to it."
McDonald, Brandi "Red":
Softball, Ecology Club, AFJROTC, Speech Club,
T.I.B.S. "Thanks to Nate, Dan, Ginger, Billy, and
of course everyone who knows me. I love you
all."
McQueen, Danielle Dee":
"Dear Keven, I love you! Two years and count
ing."
Merkel, Ian:
CAP. Ecology Club. Beta lota Kappa, Math Club.
Band. "Intelligence is the key to success; com
edy is the key to life; love is in everything."
Merriweather, William "Yuni":
Football, Soccer, Track. Be faithful: take one
girl at a time."
Meyers, Alberta Betty':
Soccer, Tennis, Powder Puff, Yearbook, French
Club, Ecology Club, Photography, Parakeet
Staff
Michel, Tim:
Wrestling, Football, Baseball, Ecology Club.
Mills, Dean:
Photo Club (President), Yearbook, Ecology
Club, Computer Club.
Mishiro, Kayoe:
Badminton, Basketball, Art Club.
Mishler, Justine Teny":
Tennis, Scuba Diving, NHS, BHS, SHS, Spanish
Club. Nothing is impossible."
Mizrachi, Michelle:
French Club, Yearbook Staff, BHS, Ecology Club,
Computer Club, Prom Committee. "Don't waste
your life; take advantage of every minute be
cause once it's gone there's no turning back."
Thanks to everyone. Def Lepp Rule!"
Modelo, Candy:
Soccer, Ecology Club (Secretary), Drama Club,
Yearbook. "I'd like to thank God, my parents,
and my friends for everything! I plan to pursue
a career in the medical field "
Molina, Rina:
Spanish Club V.P. "Thanks to Rita, Jennifer, Jes
sica, and Jose Luis for all the memories."
Morgan, Michael:
Track, Soccer, Football, Cayuco Race. "I like
Panama, I enioy all the friends I have, and I love
to be with my girlfriend."
Morris, Raymond "Boo Boo, "Pokadots" Can-
dyman":
Football, Basketball, Baseball. Soccer, Black
Awareness Club. To all my boys, wassup. To
all my friends, |ust live one day at a time and
don't ever forget me. Remember Always 'Don't
Jock'!"
Moyers, Erika:
Basketball (Manager). "I made it! Thanks to all
my friends that made my years here fun. I'll
never forget ya'll; especially La'Shanda and
Yaira."
Myers, Sharlene:
Powder Puff, Volleyball, Track, S.A. Representa
tive, Spanish Club.
Myrick, Trinity Trin:
Softball, PRIDE. SADD, Yearbook. Rifle Team.
Nakagawa, Yoko:
Tennis, Honor Chorus.
Navarro, Norma "Indira":
Girls Varsity Soccer, Computer Club, French
Club, Ecology Club "Thank you to my family
and all my real friends for making this a won
derful year."
Nessler, Ronda:
Soccer. "Love ya Gut!
Nevarez, Sandra Millie":
Drama Club, Key Club, Beta Club, NHS, Anchor
Club, Yearbook Staff, Honor Roll.
Norton, Tara:
Track, Basketball, Soccer, Cayuco, S.A., BHS
Secretary. "Good luck to all my friends who
made my senior year great! I'll miss you, Jill!"
Numata, Chieko:
Computer Club.
Nunan, Jodi:
"Life is filled with opportunities, & it's up to me
to conquer them.
Nunez, Armando:
Business Club. Increase deh Peace "
Oakley, Dielta "Sally":
Varsity Cheerleading, Soccer, Spanish Club Sec
retary. "Thanks Abbie and Chippie for the great
memories. Amiguita and Annie thanks for being
there for me and for all your help Amiguitas 4-
EVA. LW you all! The best of luck to the class
of 1993."
Olandese, Kevin:
Volleyball. Track, Ecology Club, Photography
Club, Yearbook Staff, Parakeet. "Panama was
great. Too bad it has to end so soon "
Ortiz, Patricia "Patty":
Volleyball, Spanish Club, French Club, Business
Club, SADD. "My future plans are to go to Bos
ton & study medicine. I want to give special
thanks to my family and my friends."
Padilla, Jose Sully":
Business Club, Computer Club, JROTC Bushmas-
ter XO Delta Company Commander.
Pai, Ching-I:
Advanced Band. "Life is a wonderful thing.
Park, Yong Suk:
NHS, BHS, SHS President, Computer Club Presi
dent, Ecology Club, Spanish Club, Yearbook
Staff, SAO. "Thanks to Jehovah God, Dad and
Mom. Dong and Jung, my dog Dooly, and to all
my friends for their help and support. Gaby P
Michelle M., Laurita S.: We did it! Dai; Arigatc
Justine: Thanks a lot, and don't worry abou
.. (you know what). Physics Students: I
wasn't that bad! Future Thalians: Good luck
'Love is long-suffering. Love is not lealous, i
does not brag, does not get puffed up, does no
behave indecently, does not look for its own in
terests, does not become provoked. It does no
keep count of in|ury. ICo 13:4,5'.
Parsons, Gregory "Greg:
Only a dead fish swims with the stream."
Patty, Shawn:
S.A. President, SAC Committee, and SAO. "
love you Catherine Rigby!!''
Pedersen, Robert Bob":
I hate environmentalism!'
Peoples, Joseph Black":
Strength Club, Track Captain, Ft. Clayton Teei
Counsel V.P. Life is sweet, but money is life."
Peterson, Daniel "Donney':
Football, Cayuco Race.
Petrosky, Dana "Crash":
Volleyball (Red Machine). Take care of your
selves and watch for what may be on the othei
side. I'd also like to thank my Mom, Dad, am
brother Rob for being so understanding and sup
portive."
Petrucci, Mindy:
Swimming. Marching Band, Honor Band, Con
cert Band, Manager of Soccer, Football, and
Baseball, Ecology Club, Drama Club, BHS. SADD.
"To my true friends .. thanks. Remember:
Dont stress, get groovy see you in the
stars. Nina, friends forever."
Pinto, Gabriela Gaby":
SADD V.P., Pres., and Sec., Spanish Club, NJHS,
Zephyrus, Art Club Sec., Prom Committee, Year
book SR. Section Editor "Thanks to Jhommy &
Patty for being there for me. And a special
thanks to Michelle M., Laura S.. and Yong P.,
for putting up with my bad moods and for being
bossy in Yearbook; I wish you all luck in the fu
ture. To the entire Senior Class I wish best of
luck."
Poore, Catherine Cathy":
Tennis, NJHS, Spanish Club, Photography Club.
"Thanks for all of the great times Lisa, Everly,
Trin, Daph, Cathy -n- Henry."
Pratt, Patrick "Pat":
Football, Track, SADD, Yearbook Staff, Powder
Puff Cheerleader Peace, love, and happiness,
that is every senior's dream! Sincerely all my
love to Dawn; Weenie think with all your heart!!
I will always love you."
Propst, Michelle "Chelle":
NHS, BHS, Treasurer of Ecology Club, and some
things' can't remember. "The last advice to the
seniors at BHS: live life to the fullest because

(ou dont get a second chance. To all my
nends: I love you dearly. Thanks for the sup-
wrt! Corner Crew Ruiz!"
tenfro, Misty:
Theerleading (Capt.). Softball, Tennis, Year-
wok Staff, Art Club.
tichards, Alfredo )r. "Flash" "Caballo":
tll-lsthmian and Captain in Football, Track, and
ioccer; Best Sophomore Football Player Award,
.992 Prom Prince. "You can't stop what you
an't catch."
ligby, Catherine Cathy":
'earbook. Computer Club, NJHS, SHS. Photogra-
ihy Club, Newspaper, Zephyrus, High School
ournalism Institute, Student Elections, SA,
'.ommittees, "Carlos, Scott, Everett: I love you
ach very much. Good luck in the future- thanks
Dr being my self-appointed older brothers. Nan-
y- Banging Bellybuttons. Mrs. Bales, Mrs.
hite, Mrs. Manchester- HOORAY! Zoman
;taff- We made it! Shawn-1 found my PPR!"
Mamas, Joseph "Joe":
ill-lsthmian Swim Team Captain, Track and
leld, Spanish Club, Computer Club, Ecology
tub. Photography Club, Yearbook Staff, SADO,
Jack Culture Awareness Club. "Thanks to ev-
rybody for a memorable year.
¡vera. Ivan "The Terrible:
Ireen Devil Varsity Football.
ivera, Ricardo "Rico"
ivera, Robert Bobby":
asketball, ROTC- "Bushmaster Detachment"
Success is the result of dedication.- Just Do
oach, Armando "Diamond":
ootball, Business Club, Dance Team, JROTC.
Even with the set backs, I'm still going
trong."
oach, Jhomahara "Jhomy":
occer, Business Club. I would like to go into
usiness World and have my degree in Econom-
:s and Finance: also study Publicity. I would
ke to thank my parents and friends for being
rere when I needed them. Thanks- I couldn't
ave done it without your help."
obinson, Dalila D.D.:
occer, Volleyball, Spanish Club, French Club,
usiness Club, Bushmaster Commander & Bat
ilions-4, Teen Mayor & Secretary. "Love Peace
Happiness & may God bless Y' all!
obinson, Noni:
asketball, Track, Volleyball, NJHS, NHS, Span-
h Club, Peer Counseling, Sr. Class President,
ainbow Girls. "Nothing but the best to all: and
its of love to my Mom, brother, and Tyrone!"
ornan, Daniel:
rack, Computer Club, Bushmaster, Drill Team,
ifle Team. "Keep cool, have fun, and don't use
drugs."
Roscoe, Jill:
Varsity Cheerleading Captain, Powder Puff Foot
ball, Softball, Cayuco Race. BHS, SHS, NHS.
"Thanks to all my friends, especially Joanne,
Natalie, and Tara for all the great memories
that I'll remember forever! I LOVE YOU TYLER!
Rose, Angela Angie":
Marching Band, Band. "Love life and it will love
you."
Ruiz, Doris "Michelle":
Soccer, Soccer Coach, Business Club, French
Club, Computer Club, Ecology Club, NJHS, NHS,
Student News, Honor Roll. "To those special
people in my life, you'll never know the |oy
you've brought to me. Thank you for the love
and support."
Rutledge, Timothy Tiny:
Football, SAMM (Students Against MADD Moth
ers!). "Kick back your Senior Year: you deserve
it!"
Ryan, Lawrence Larry":
Soccer, Spanish Club. Ecology Club.
Sanchez, Kara:
Softball, Photography Club, Business Club, Life
guard, Swimming Instructor, Spanish Club.
There's nothing so deceptive as one's outward
appearance. Always pretending to be what we're
not. Our physical frames are complete disguises
for our actual selves. We re all merely fabrica
tions through which neither friend nor foe can
spy. Every day is a small fraction of your life. I
just plan to live each day happily and hope it
will result in a long enjoyable life."
Schepper, Lisa:
SADD, Photography Club. Thanks for being
there Cathy, Trm. Daph & Everly- Dex-n-Lee."
Schulman, Lauren:
Cougar Baseball Manager, BHS, NHS, Photogra
phy Club.
Seales, Jason "Heazz":
Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field, French
Club, JROTC Bushmasters. "Peace out and don't
jock!"
Sears, Katherine "Kate":
Varsity Soccer & Swimming, Softball, NHS Presi
dent, Drama Club, Thespian Secretary, BHS.
"Christ Alive" "All my love & thanks to the se
niors of BHS. Good luck & God bless."
Segura, Laura "Laurita":
Swimming, Fashion Show, Spanish Club, Ecology
Club, Yearbook Staff. "I want to thank God for
making this Senior Year one of my best memo
rable high school years and for granting me the
opportunities of having the greatest close friend
I have: in particular Humberto Lopez."
Shadeck, Karen "Bear:
Drama/Thespians Officer, BHS, Yearbook Staff,
Business Club, NHS. Maybe later, maybe
never!!!"
Shaha, Benjamin "Blondie":
Football, Basketball. Baseball. Spanish Club.
SHS, NHS.
Sherrod, Aisha:
Soccer, Black Awareness Cultural Club, French
Club. Study hard, never underestimate your
self, always believe in yourself; it will pay off!"
Siddiqi, Afsheen:
Track, Ecology Club, S.A. Representative, BHS.
Smith, Bryan:
Baseball, Football, SADD, Spanish Club, L Club,
Freshman Class President, Sophomore class
V.P. "It was here that I got to know a lot of peo
ple. Hope to see you in the future."
Smith, Kimberly:
Advanced Band, Marching Band, Concert Band,
Color Guard. I'd rather be in the States "
Smith, Richard "Rick":
Wrestling, Cross-country.
Snyder, Jennifer:
Spanish Club, SADD. Thank you Rina, Rita, Jes
sica. and Manuel for all the good times.
Stader, David:
Varsity Basketball, Varsity Volleyball. Varsity
Soccer.
Stanchfield, Renea "T.G.":
CHS Volleyball Co-Captain, Drama Club, Thes
pian Society, BHS. "Be what you want, but al
ways be you."
Staton, Anthony "Alex":
Bulldogs Baseball, Bulldogs Football, Peer
Helper.
Stephens, Omar:
Wrestling, Swimming, Ecology Club.
Straub, Tyson:
Karate. Cayuco, Computer Club "The beginning
starts here
Takahashi, Dai:
Track and Field, Soccer, French Club "Sushi,
Tempura, Kamikase, and Dai1"
Taylor, Constance "Connie":
Cross-country, Track, NJROTC (Athletic team.
Drill Team).
Thompson, Christina:
Cheerleader, Tennis. "To my 'sisters' Jack &
Shan. Thanks for the great memories."
Thompson, Derrick Fudy" The Rocket":
Football, Track. Baseball. Art Club. Drama Club.
Computer Club.
Thompson, Jacqueline:
Varsity Tennis, Varsity Cheerleading Homecom
ing Princess '91. "Thanks to all my friends (you
all know who you are) especially to my two sis
ters Chris and Shannon for making these years
count."
Torres, Marlon "Paiz":
Basketball. "Play them all, it's only one life.
Good luck in the future to all!"
Torres, Sammy "Samster":
Football, Swim Team, Baseball, Tennis, Volley
ball, Spanish Club, Ecology Club. "Live long and
never drive through wet grass with your
bronco."
Toth, Daniel Tim" Dan Dave "Beaney":
Volleyball, Football, Swimming, Soccer, Drama
Club. "Hope to attend Annapolis Naval Academy
Whoa Dude!' 'Cool'."
Tremblay, Hellen:
Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, S.A., Spanish Club,
Jamboree queen '92 Cougars. "If it floats your
boat."
Tunon, Jessica "Flaca":
"I wish all my classmates graduate and have a
lot of success in their lives. Fight for your
rights."
Underwood, Quint "Squid":
Captain Varsity Football, Captain Varsity Volley
ball, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Track and Field,
Voted Outstanding Varsity Athlete, Letterman's
Club, Ecology Club. Could have had ya!"
Vanderwall, Karl Ziggy":
Soccer. To all my friends: Keep on surfing."
Vaughn, Michael Mike":
Basketball.
Vega, Lynnette:
Computer Club. "I want to be a great accoun
tant!!! And I can."
Vergara, Minoska Mino":
Business Club. "Id like to thank my friends,
family, and teachers for being there when I
needed them "
Wagner, Ann Annie":
Varsity Soccer (Captain), Varsity Track (Cap
tain), Varsity Basketball (Captain), Softball,
Ecology Club. BHS, NHS, Pep Club. Spanish Club
To accomplish Great things we must not only
act but also dream; not only plan but also be
lieve.
Walker, Shane Chawno":
Cayuco Race, Ping Pong, Business Club, Art
Club, Ecology Club. "See ya and I wouldn't want
to be ya."
Walters, Jamie:
"Better to burn out than fade away
Ward, Rossaue "Saun":


Varsity Basketball. Volleyball. Student Council,
Black Cultural Awareness Club, Drama Club,
Dance Team. "To Lashanda and Danielle: We
outta here! I love you Robert!"
Watkins, Natalie Nat":
Cheerleading (Co-Captain), Cayuco Race, Soft-
ball, Yearbook Staff, Parakeet, Photography
Club. "I want to thank all my friends for making
my Sr year the best! Ricky-1 love you!"
Webb, Marianna:
Intramural Volleyball, Cheerleading (Cougars),
Cayuco Race, French Club, Ecology Club, JROTC
Rifle Team "93!"
Webb. Melissa "Mel":
Soccer, Volleyball, Cayuco Race, Cougar's Man
ager, Computer Club, Ecology Club. "Love to
Mike, Marianna, and Michelle; thanks for all the
fun and interesting times."
Welch, Lottie:
JROTC (Held position of 2 Platoon Sergeant).
"My goal is to be a professional woman, a
mother, and a wife. Thank you."
Wells, Stacey "Ike":
Baseball, Soccer, Powder Puff, President and
Treasurer of SADD, President of Peer Helpers,
Math Club, Member of Just Say No.
Westgate, Frank "Shamu Smurf- Ballena":
Tennis, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, Sopho
more President, Spanish Club President, NHS,
Ecology Club, Drama Club, Cello. "Thanks to ev
eryone that helped me through life. Save the
earth and ride the waves,"
White, Adam:
Track.
Williams, Reynaldo Jr. "Black Stallion":
Football. "I'm outta here!"
Williams, Tamiko "Meko":
Track and Field.
Williams, Tanya "Tan-Tan":
Student Council. "Mother of Tangeria Williams."
Williford, John:
Football. Tennis, Cayuco Race, Powder Puff,
Computer Club, Lettermans Club.
Wilson, Troy:
Football. Baseball, Soccer, Cross Country, Wres
tlmg, Foreign Exchange Program, Model UN
Wing, Michael "Mike":
Green Devil Football, Soccer, Cayuco Race. BHS,
French Club.
Zafrani, Arle "Ari":
Ecology Club.
Zimmerman, Daniel "Danny":
The Group. "Good luck to The Group."
Karl Vanderwall was snoozing during cla :r
cause he was dancing all night. (Photo r
Westgate.)
As Ronda Nessler is finding out, applying to col
leges is a lot of paper work. (Photo by G. Elli
son.)
We found a cat killer in our school! Danny
Gonzalez is caught red handed stabbing a de
fenseless cat. (Photo by S. Golembiewski.)

Don't you hate it when you cant remember
something important? Danny Peterson is
going through those symptoms right now.
(Photo by N. Watkins.)
Rossaue Ward is making a senior's most
difficult decision: choosing what college to
attend. (Photo by G. Ellison.)

lose Castaneda helps a BES student paint her
rocket tor the rocket launch. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Seniors


John Henriquez sweats it out at the Physics
catapult while Alison Howard and Ben
Shaha take a break. (Photo by C. Rigby.)
Michael Charles is making use of his green
thumb in the school's new green house.
(Photo by P. Baca.)
Michelle McCoy is searching for her senior bal
loon. (Photo by C. Rigby.)
Seniors

Roberto A. Abrego
Juan P. Acevedo
Stephen Acuna
Anthony L Aird
Maria E. Aleman
Leah Allen
Andrea E. Alvarado
Geraldine M. Amat
Donovan J. Arias
Karl S. Arnold
Tanya Arocho
Gabriel J. Bacot
Michelle D. Barnett
Damans J. Batista
Jennifer M Baumgarder
Daniel Beitia
Toybe I. Bennett
Teresita M. Berrezueta
Dawn E. Bilgray
Stacey R Boozer
Anthony C. Borowicz
Carole M. Bourbeau
Andrea D Brandenburg
Ross E. Brayton
Fermn I. Broce
Deron D. Brooks
Dana L. Bullard
Marlene T. Bustamante-Herrero
Kevin Cadiz
Jesus M. Calo
Nilda Ivette Camacho
Monique A. Carbonell
Omar Cardona
Carlo M Castillo
Maria Castrellon
Migdalia l Castro
Jeffrey A. Caughie
Itzel N Chang
Norman D Charleville III
Bruce A. Chastain
David Tae-Sung Choi
Antonio G. Cisneros

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Martha 0. Clark
Chelsea M. Coffey
Lourdes M. Constante
Anthony V. Cooksey
Heather Cooper
Melanie E. Cooper
Tarina B. Cordoba
Christopher D. Corrigan
Samantha E. Cowling
John H. Crespo
Chad A. Crouch
Anghela M. Crowdis
Alvaro R. Cruz
Laura J Cuthbert
Stephen J. Daily
Girlie De La Cruz
Horacio A. Decerga
Cristina M Del Hoyo
Luis C Diaz
Susan M Doughty
Lawrence M. Drennan
Jerry L. Ellingsen
Melinda S. Erickson
Alexander Feliu
Arnold G. Ferguson
Walter Fernandez
Paul Fischbach Jr.
Michael C. Fisher
Bronwyne J. Frith
Ganziano A. Susan
Ronald J. Garrido
Roberto E. George
Golembiewski C. Shawn
Luis Jose Gonzalez
Marcos H. Gonzalez
Dmorath P. Graiales
Elbert Grant Jr.
Emil S. Griffin
Carla V. Guerra
Anabel Gundin
Alvaro E. Gutierrez
Edwin 0. Gutierrez

Michael A. Harris
Rebecca L. Heard
John J. Henriquez
Jose A. Hernandez
Victor 0. Hernandez Jr.
Vannesa E. Hernandez
Cesar Lou
Scott A. Lowry
Bryan N. Lugo
Christine M. Maduro
Karina E. Manning
Jesse P Marotta
Finley W. Hill
William S. Hinkle Jr.
Chelsey E. Hof)
Michael A. Holstrom
Ching-Yeh Hung
Jessie Husband
Chrysta L. Hutchinson
Shondre M. James
Susannah L. Johnson
Timothy R. Johnson
Juanita Ann Jordan
Luis A. Juliao
Megan J. Kelly
Sharol K. Kelly
Teralee R. Kemp
Adrienne J. Kinghorn
Jeanette V. Kmsley
Arthur R. Krapfl Jr.
Michelle A Kuo
Anne M. Langill
James T. Lantry
Terri M. Law
Ana I. Lee
Christopher J. Lee
Kimberly V. Lee
Christine E. Lively
Tatiana Llach
Jennifer C. Lloyd
Brenda M. Lomba
Joseph P. Lopez

Douglas C. Marquardt
Ami L. Marribitt
Carlos H. Martinelli
Angela M, Marx
Audra A. Matheney
Shanna M. Mattingly -
Ryan D. McConaughey
Clement S. McFarlane )r.
Milton McKay
Daphne D. McWhorter
Karen D. Meyer
Nichelle M. Miller
Thomas T. Mitcham
Warren Mobley
Jahaira Montalvo
William T. Moore
Nishawne J. Moran
Veronica L. Morrison
Leah E. Moss
Stephanie M.M Munoz
Takashi Murata
Nicole M. Nassiff
Louise M. Nealy
Gregory S. Nevm
Wesley A. Nicholls
Nayda J. Nieves
Peter J. Norman
Joseph J. Olivares
Henry 0. Ollendick
Luis A. Orande
Brenda L. Ortiz
Tania M. Ortiz
Midori Oura
Daniel Padilla
Jessica R. Penkoske
Shanna Phelps
Katherine L. Pierre
Ryan D Poggenpohl
William H. Pohl
Carlos A. Poveda Jr.
Nichole R. Powe
Jennifer L. Pownall

Jerome 0. Pnce
Nicole L. K Profis
Tyler Ross Quinn
Heidi M. Ratliff
Robert F. Reyes
Christopher J. Riley
Latoya T. Rmes
Peter A. Rivas III
Carmen E. Rivera
Jomseff M. Robinson
Ivan Rodriguez-Mesa
Lisa M. Ro|as
Ingrid L. Romagnoli
Brian T. Rowley
Derek D. Rowley
Wendy A. Ruiz
Ricardo A. Salterio
Efrain E. Sanchez
Bernardo Santana III
Ernesto Schnack
Marie A. Schulz
Shawn K. Scott
Morgan Seppy
Joseph W. Shaha
Tanaiya R. Shaw
Ana L. Sherry
Amy C. Shie
Ryan J. Singh
Erika E. Small
Enrique R. Smith
Kenneth J. Smith
Valerye M. Spratlmg
Amanda C. Spurlock
Desiree A. Squire
Jessica A. Staha
Eddie G. Stanford
Kan M Syrdahl
Jemlee A. Szymanski
Carlos M. Tapanes
Johanna N Tate
Jennifer D. Thomas
Heather A. Thompson

Oscar G. Zapata
Joseph R. Zornes
Jesse C. Thompson III
John E. Thompson
Martha Tola
Jamoore K. Toney
Nathan E. Traywick
Suzanne Trippany
Edgar H Weeks
Jaqueline A. Weeks
Beniamin Wemhoener-Cuite
James J. Wilson
Russell W. Wilson
William P Wing Jr.
Jaime Wolf
Raquel I. Wolf
Marcus J. Worcester
Jonathan 0. Wright
Wai Fee Wu
Dilicia Y. Yanez
Jennifer Young
Chung-Dar Yu
Marcia Tunon
Henry B. Twohy III
Vanessa L. Uhorchek
Jennifer L. Ulrich
Shem 0. Unger
Anthony C. Usera
Gabriela Valencia
Mildred A. Vasquez
Michelle C. Versailles
Gerardo Villarreal
Lance C. Von Hollen
Riuw Wantanabe
Not Pictured
Jasskel B. Brassfield
Shannon W. Holmes
Dannie C. Cooper
Amir Humo
Carrie A. Corona
Kisha L. Lentz
Carlos E. DeLeon
Jenniffer Roach
Latoya Foreman
Jeffrey M. Schepper
Raymond Estupmian
David W. Shirley
Luis A. Frias
Drake H. Sprague
Honoray V. Frith
Crystal S. Sterf
Joshua R. Gale
Renee H. Stewart
Erica K. Gonzalez
Brian M. Swenty
Joe A. Gutierrez
Toumam T. Thomas
Gretchen M. Hess
Jonathan H. Hoffman
Melissa Upton
Juniors


Ana Sherry and Jackie Weeks enioy lunch by their lockers
(Photo by S. Boozer)
Cartoons
Are Not Just For Kids
"Bree, Bree, Bree; What's up
doc?" Cartoon's are what's up.
And so will you be after those
looney characters from Bugs
Bunny to Ren and Stimpy glue
your eye balls to the T.V. screen.
There are bunches of cartoon
freaks from all ages outhere. You'll
be surprised how many are past
their 40's! And why this cartoon
mama?
T think they're cool, cartoons
are awesome," says Christine
Lively (11).
And what about those green
slimy artists one keeps hearing
about?
"My favorite cartoons are Ninia
Turtles: because I can relate to
them in personality," says
Vanessa Hernandez (11)
Cartoons appear everywhere
from T.V. to magazines like Fox
Trot Many people see themselves
in these characters Alex Sosa
claims to have a similar
personality as one of the Fox Trot
characters.
Yuni Merriweather (12) prefers
the Pink Panther "Cause its the
funniest cartoon and it's original."
For Omar Cardona (11) its
"The Flinstones, Yeah!"
Few people remember the
amorphous lovable blobs called the
Barba Papas. One fan, junior
Monique Carbonell says, "They
were an undeniable part of my
childhood."
The Barba Papas could adapt
their shapes and become other
things- horses, cars, trucks, and
other assorted shapes.
I remember them," said senior
Cathy Rigby. "They were really
weird."
So don't be down, now that you
know whats up "That's all
folks!"
Fletcher Hirom takes his turn on the Thalean Bike Ride
(photo by C. Rigby)
Greg Nevrn stares straight ahead (photo by A Alvarado)
Terri Law feeds her mind by reading, (photo by S. Boozer)
Prake Spragoe examines his lunch betore he takes a bite (photo
by S Boozer)
Billy Wing and Ivan Rodriguez express their liking tor certain
class rings, (photo by C. Rigby)
Studying together made work easier tor students, (photo by S.
Boozer)

Monique Carbonell demonstrates how to build a
cookie house during speech class, (photo by M.
Schulz)
Lance Von Hollen diligently works on his art work, (photo by A
Alvarado)
The picnic tables were a leisurely hangout among students at
BHS. (photo by C. Rigby)
Nicole Profis and Trevor Huddelston give a quick peck during a
Thursday night YFC event, (photo by S. Boozer)
Dawn Bilgray shows us a new hairstyle at cheerleading tryouts
(photo by N. Watkins)

Our Jr. Class Officers are Vanessa Uhorchak, Monique Carbonell.
and Marie Schulz, (photo by C Rigby)
Chelsea Coffey shows her spirit by wearing a toga for Toga
Day. (photo by G. Ellison)
Juniors


Misty Renfro and Josh Gale share a joke while working in art
class, (photo by A. Alvarado)
Thomas Mitcham "gets physical' during the Health Fair (photo
by C Rigby)
Pay up!", threatens Mr Waugh as John Thompson attempts to
buy some cookies during SURF A common scene in room 308
(photo by A. Alvarado)
During tryouts, Brandyn Marx discusses with Joanne Hunt, (photo
by N Watkins)
68 ) Juniors
Work hard! Monique Carbonell concentrates on her work as she
finishes her Chemistry lab. (photo by A. Alvarado)
"Yeah, right!", Susan Ganziano doesnt seem to believe what
shes told, (photo by A. Alvarado)
Bryan Lugo concentrates intensely on making a masterpiece
in Ms Kat's Art class, (photo by G. Ellison)
Juniors
69

Ryochi Hasabe advises Scott Leffler on how to put up the umbrella
while Rosa Malave adjusts her shades. These Physics students kept
track of the rockets' height and speed. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Chad Crouch shows us the disadvantage of having a bottom locker,
(photo by G. Ellison)
Jennie Ulrich doesn't mind squatting in the dirt to plant a tree for
Ecology Club, (photo D. Mills)
Omar Cardona takes a break from his work and scratches his
nose, (photo by A. Alvarado)
Juniors

Kathy Lopez and Kevin Olandese race to see who could finish
their bowl first, (photo by S. Boozer)
Armando Roach shovels through a whole bunch of papers, (photo
by C. Rigby)
Cristina Thompson spots something much more interesting than
the scrumptious brownie she is eating, (photo by N. Watkins)
Mr. Thale looks up from cleaning the plaque, (photo by C. Rigby)


Juniors
Vanessa Hernandez greedily takes the whole can of popcorn to
herself (photo by A. Alvarado)
Carrie Corona drifts into the world of thought, (photo by A Alva
rado)
Students find time to cram before class at their lockers, (photo
by S. Boozer)
Laura Cuthbert dreamily concentrates on her work
(photo by S. Boozer)
A group of junior and senior high students gather and await for
the "Going Bananas" games to begin. (N. Henderson)

Veronica Morrison closes her locker relieved that she
survived another hectic day. (photo by S. Boozer)
Kim Smith and Gaby Pinto visually participate at the Pep
Rally (photo by C Rigby)
Juniors
0]

Music-The Forbidden Abyss
Blasting through your stereo
speakers is a melody, from
rhyming lyrics to flowing freaky
screams it moves you; it soothes
you. Its music. What are its
limits? Can warning labels prevent
its effect on people or should it be
up to the listener?
"I think its up to the listener
'cause it's your choice", says
Carla Guerra (11).
The duty of the advisory label is
thought by some people to be a
good one because it forewarns
customers of the type" of
language the album might express.
Another is that it avoids
censorship. There is an opposing
view: advisory labels wont protect
the ears of the young; and the
more they forbid the music, the
more itll be bought. Okay, so
whats the purpose of these labels
- to ruin the artists claim to fame
or to stop the corruption that
music portrays? Where is the
enemy? Is it in the music or in the
mind of the listener?
Andrea Alvarado takes time oft from chemistry class to contem
plate over the philosophy of life, (photo by M. Carbonell)
Kim Lee warms up by stretching before cheerleading tryouts
(photo by N. Watkins)
Mrs. Seitz warns her students against the dangers of acid during
a chemistry lab (photo by M Carbonell)
Juniors

Nicole Profis hides herself from reality, (photo by S
Boozer)
Green Devil cheerleaders wait to perform their routine at the pep
- rally, (photo by G. Dee)
Josh Gale and Shane Walker contemplate their masterpieces
(photo by A. Alvarado)
Heidi Ratliff and Thomas Moore buy fattening goodies during
SURF, (photo by A. Alvarado)
Juniors


A group of girls chat during cheerleading tryouts (photo by N
Watkins)
01 photo by N Watkins)
Fletcher Hirom and Carlos Lam prepare the equipment for the
music at the rocket launch, (photo by C Rigby)
Two BES students figure out what's wrong with their
rocket, (photo by C Rigby)
Michel Chase patiently waits 'til the game begins, (photo by N
Watkins)
Trevor Huddleston participates in one of the many
YFC activities (photo by S Boozer)


Admission was one banana and a
paper cup, but if you forgot it was ok.
The 2nd annual "Going Banana" was
held at CJHS on August 29th for |umor
and senior high students. It was
sponsored by Youth For Christ (YFC)
and people weren't quite sure why
they were there.
"It's a good way for kids to meet at
the beginning of the year," said David
Herrell, the yellow team leader, "for
some good fun."
While fun was also a reason for
Stacy Boozer (11), her top two
priorities were to "get messy and get
sick tomorrow from bananas."
What was there to get messy over?
In banana volleyball, a wall of people
was erected across the middle of the
floor. Team members paired up holding
a sheet between them with which they
used to serve, catch, spike bananas.
Team members realized they had to
work together to serve.
"She didnt count right! She didn't
throw it when she was supposed to,
but other than that, it was awesome,"
said Pilar Cuite afterwards.
Carlos Lam and Cathy Rigby, both
seniors, had paired up for that one. "It
was different ..." said Lam.
"Serving was definitely strange.
Carlos yanked the sheet out of my
hands a few times," said Rigby.
Some people seemed lost over what
to make of it all.
"Ask me later. I gotta think about
it," said Carl Gale (12).
As the night progressed, new
horrors unfolded. In banana relay two
team members ran up the stage and
were blindfolded. Then they laid down
head to head and reached up over
their heads to feed their partner a
banana. Only after the bananas were
consumed, could they pull off the
blindfolds and run off stage to "high
five" the next two team members.
"He kept sticking it in my throat,
said Scott Leffler (12).
"So ? You kept knocking my
forehead!" said Shawn Patty (12).
After four rounds of banana rounds,
the yellow team won Were people glad
they came?
Patty said, "Yes, and I think Ive
fulfilled my potassium requirement for
the day!
Nadia F. Acosta
Steven A. Acosta
Frederick A. Adams
Nadia A. Aird
Manuel N. Alvarez
Solimar T. Antilladas
Edna P. Arnold
Elizabeth J. Arosemena
Tanya M. Bacot
Jeedithbell Balbastro
Michael Banks
Antonio N. Banos Aran/
Abdul A. Barrera
Jason A. Bauer
Sarah E Beattie
Cameron G. Benson
Jessie R. Berger
Gian Carlo Bianchim
Sophomores
Scott Leftler and Shawn Patty try to teed each
other a banana. Most people quickly realized
this was much harder than it seemed. (Photo
by N. Henderson)
Norman Charleville encourages his
team members on towards victory. Go
ing Bananas turned out to be a suc
cess. (Photo by N. Henderson)
Joseph P. Bibbo
Noel P Blades
Samaris K. Blades
Jan M Blanchette
Ricardo M. Blenman
Joaquin Bond
Walter A. Bottm
Walter C. Bottin
Thomas P. Briceland Jr.
Victor E. Brown Jr
Holly K Brunner
Michael A. Buchanan
Stacy L. Burton
Magdelme C. Cantu
Elliot Carlson
Idis J. Carrison
Felicia Carrola
Jason Carrola
Sophomores
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Marcha luon checks out 1 table at
the College Fan hekt every year in the
BHS library (Photo by F Westgale )
|1 Wagner goes tor the point at the
RED vs TIGERS game Girls basketball
was a big hit at BHS (Photo by F
Westgate)
EVENTS
TIME FLIES
WHEN YOURE
HAVING FUN
Sometimes you |ust can't get your lock
open Ryan Singh has "one of those
days" while he attempts to retrieve his
books (Photo by F Westgate.)
Lenin Castillo
Raul Chang
Michael J Chase
Albert B Chavez
Luis A. Chevere Jr
Jesse S. Christopherson
Herbert E Cleveland Jr
Margaret M Clouston
Monica I Cobham
Choi E. Collins
Michelle L. Collins
Ralph Colon
Lynda J. Conway
Alexander J. Copper
Lesley 0. Copper
Virginia E Corbett
Julio C Coronado
James D Crespo
Sophomores
Sophomores

Olm J. Crouch
Javelle N. Crowder
Katie Cuite
Henry B. Davis
Paul De tanon
Monica N. Deckard
Narinderpt S. Dhaliwal
Daphne Diaz
Joanna D. Diaz
Ian H. Dillon
Jason L. Domenech
Paul F. Edwards
Raylene J. Ellingsen
Deserea M Ellis
Joy L. Engelke
Amanda R. Erder
Audrey E. Ernest
Kristin M. Faye
Hector Jeffrey and Lee Olivares stop a moment
to have pictures taken People go around asking
photographers to take their picture for the year
book. (Photo by P Cowles)
Brandy Marx and Shawna Phelps are on tl
Christmas decoration committee for the Soph
mores. (Photo by P. Cowles)
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Sophomores

Audrey M. Fleming
David E. Foster
Gary Foster
Amy Fry
Jorge Galvez
Daniel Garcia
Michele R. Gaslin
Lindsay C. Gibbs
Jose A. Gomez
Angel A. Gonzalez Jr.
Baneza J. Gonzalez
Erika Gonzalez
Francisco). Gonzalez
Jose R. Gonzalez
Rebecca M. Gorman
Ivan de la Guardia
Jennifer R. Hannah
Jennifer Hardm-Martinson


Julyannette A. Haughton
Jill M. Hauser
Carolina C. Herrera
James L. Higley Jr
Paul F Hignett
Roger J. Hines III
John A. Holly
Yaiseth A. Hudson
William B. Huff III
Kelly R. Hunt
Angel N. Jackson
Hector A. Jeffery
Corey L. Jones
Kelly A. Jones
Laura D. Joseph
Lorena M Jurado
Bonnie M. Kemp
Karen L. Kemp
Alice N. Keoughan
Pooja Kharbanda
Marebel B. Kibbler
Ariadna L. Kirkpatrick
Christopher A. Krapfl
Franz G. Kuo

Sophomores
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Carlos E. Lampas Jr.
Dila Lantry
Beth A. Larrabee
Sergio E. Latorre
Lisa Leontiev
Laura M. Lilley
Michylle L. Littrell
Alexander L. Livingston III
Michele M. Lloyd
Analida G. Lopez
Etelvino Lopez
Jesse Lopez
Kathleen Lopez
Edilia Luck
Erich Lukkasson
Jesse Maddox
Ramon Malave
Luis Manzanares
Sophomore
Officers
Guiding The Class Of 95
The Sophomore class
officers are a part of the
Student Association of BHS.
These students help the
Class of '95 by selling pizzas
during lunch to raise money
for their class activities.
Each class competes for
points in order to win a free
pizza party at the end of the
school year. The competition
includes decorating
showcases, hallway
decorations, and
parent/student participation
at the Homecoming
festivities.
The Sophomore class
Sponsor is Mr. Rafael Chen,
who also teaches Shop,
Wood-working, mechanical
drawing and the most
popular course: Drivers Ed.
Mr. Chen works tirelessly in
the Candy store stocking
sodas & candy in order for
the Class of 95 to have
money!
Class officers (L-R) Richard West
President. Choi Collins Vice Pres.,
Jenell Smart Secretary. (Photo by S.
Patty)
Sophomores

Juan C. Martinez
Raul M. Martinez
Brandyn D. Marx
Stephen S. Mcauliffe
Janelle E. McGuinness
Scott G. McKee
Wendy M. McKelvey
Oscar McNeil
Kelvin M Medina
Kishara M Meredith
Stacy A. Merkel
John M. Miller Jr.
Vandana Mishra
Roberto F. Modelo
Paula M Monaghan
Karin A. Montagne
Aneris Moreno
Randy Moreno
Sophomore Spotlight
Alexis Shannon Vidaurri
This 15 yr. old sophomore is
a 4.0 student at BHS. Alexis
was born at Gorgas Hospital
and has one brother, Aaron,
attending 8th grade at CuJHS.
Her hobbies include Varsity
Tennis, reading, watching T.V.
and hanging out with her best
friend Lindsay. Mildly speaking,
Alexis loves animals. She has 8
cats, 2 dogs, 5 parrots and 1
scarlet macaw. You can guess
that she aspires a career as a
Veterinarian. This determined
student hopes to attend Duke
University or UNC at Chapel
Hill. Her favorite subject at
BHS is Biology and her favorite
activity is being a member of
PRIDE. Alexis was chosen to
attend PRIDE workshops in El
Valle and Texas where she
learned how to tell kids about
the effects of abusing drugs
and ways students can enjoy
life without drugs. She also
enjoys being a "buddy" for
Special Olympics. We spotlight
Alexis for being a great
sophomore!
Sharing her home and heart with eight
cats is one of the many admirable
traits of Alexis Vidaurri our Sopho
more Spotlight. Photo by M. Vidaurri.
Sophomores


Kenneth H. Morris Jr.
Christopher S. Morrison
Rory D. Mourning-Young
Kimberlyn L. Myers
Brent A. Myrick-Reese
Rajesh U. Nandwam
Nakisha M. Nathan
Michael E. Naviky
Jonathan T Neal
Talisa A. Nelson
Anthony D. Nickisch
Richard T. Nolan
Khnstine D. Nolte
Daniel A. Norman
Alicia Nunez
Montie C. Oliver Jr.
Alberto E. Orillac
Jim Ortiz

Sophomore Spirit
1993 Cheerleading Clinic
The Sophomore class showed
their spirit by actively participating
in the 1993 Cheerleading Clinic.
The clinic was held in February at
the newly renovated and
air-conditioned BHS gym. During
the first week over 80 girls
practiced the cheer, chant and
jumps required. A preliminary
try-out was held after the first
week. During the second week the
girls perfected their skills at
cheering, tumping and chanting
while the team sponsors checked
out who they wanted to draft.
Each girl was given a number and
they each had to anxiously await
their turn outside the gym while
individual try-outs were held. A
panel of |udges from the
community rated each participant
on the basis of their skills in voice
proiection, spirit, enthusiasm,
height of |ump and precision of
cheer. Students from Curundu Jr.
High, Balboa High and Panama
Canal College were eligible to
try-out for the 4 Cheerleading
squads. After the final try-outs,
each girl was drafted onto a
squad. Everyone was waiting
outside the gym until dark for the
announcements to be made. There
were tears of |oy as well as tears
of frustration as many girls were
picked onto their favorite squads,
while others did not make the final
cut. Over 40 sophomores
participated in this 2 week long
event. We can definitely agree that
the Class of 95 showed their
school spirit.
Sophomore
Jose A. Ortiz
Ruth-Ann Ostander
Andrew H. Page
Jean P. Pederson
Lateefah K. Peoples
Jerrome J. Peterson
Sommer M. Pettaway
Meredith N. Pitts
Jane M. Posey
Jill E. Pownall
Jessica D. Quinlan
Jimmy L. Ragsdale
Wilbert Reese
Osiris L. Rios
Glenn Rivera
Prxedes Rivera
Isamari Rivera-Rosa
Thamahara Roach

Class Of 95
Facts On File
Sophomores enter Balboa High
school with lots of enthusiasm as
well as a little apprehension. This
is caused by their fear of Seniors!
Handling the fear tactics brought
on by the Seniors is not an easy
job, but this year's sophs handled
this burden with style.
A typical day in the life of a
Sophomore begins at the corner,
outside the main office, near the
gym or in the hallways. In other
words, Sophomores can be found
just about anywhere at BHS
talking, laughing, studying,
walking, skating, or listening to
walkmans.
When asked whats great about
being a sophomore, Mary Kibbler
replies; "There's more guys to
choose from at BHS. Other
comments heard in the halls;
Leaving the Junior High", "We're
new so we can get lost in the
crowd, Some students are nicer
to us because were new.
There are a few students who
would like to see some changes
made at BHS. Danny Norman
states; The cafeteria food is
terrible. We should have a better
selection of healthy foods. Jill
Hauser says; Id like to see a
greater participation at the sports
events because everyone just goes
to the football games in the fall
and then hardly anyone goes to
the other athletic events.
SOPHOMORE SAYINGS:
"Im lost." C.C.
Im not a bimbo." B.M.
Excuse Me. J.E.
"Chill Out. K.L.
Drama is cool. G.C.
Do you like my hair? K.M.
"Is there homeroom today? N.F.
Wheres your recycle box?" S.B.
Someone broke into my locker."
K.K.
All in all, the class of 95 are
tough students who have learned
to overcome their fear of Seniors
by the end of the school year. It
hasnt been an easy year for these
students who were once on top of
the school at the Jr. High, but they
will survive the year with grace
and style.
Todd R. Roberts
Lucas C. Robertson
Raul Rodarte
Roberto A Rodriguez Jr.
Tirzo D. Ro|o
Mark D. Roscoe
Carlos E. Royo
Valerie Ruiz
Veronica C. Salazar
Julian F. Salinas
Eileen J. Santa
Laura Santiago
Sophomores

Sophomore Devon Sprague ponders about
her cheerleading shills as she prepares to
try-out for a Varsity squad. Over forty
sophomores tried out for cheerleading.
(Photo by N. Watkins.)
Mary Kibbler mingles with a friend at the
Health Fair. Many sophomores participated
in this event at BHS working at booths and
setting up displays for their clubs. (Photo
by C. Rigby.)
Sarah Beattie and Annelle Urriola enjoy
lunch outside at the boho. Sophomore
class sponsor. Mr. Chen headed up the pro-
iect to construct the popular boho last
year. (Photo by C. Rigby.)
Hugh F Scruggs II
Christopher Sheets
Catherine D. Sherfy
William D. Shorter
Marioly M Silvera
Matthew D. Simmons
Harna K. Singh
Isabel A. Sirias
Jamal S. Skinner
Jenell L. Smart
Aaron L. Smith
Angely M. Smith
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Leovihilda Smith
Hemda Sokol
Alejandro Sosa Jr.
Robmn Starks
Maylmn Steinbarger
Hashim Stevenson
Rhoda Sween
Matthew Sweeney
Brandon Swistak
Alyson Sylvester
Kathia Tagarapulos
Sebastian Tapia
Adrian Teiada
Joseph Terrell
Aaron Thames
Kathy Tisby
Michelle Truchsess
Gregory TulK
Annelle Urriola
Tabitha Valdilles
Brian Vanairsdale
Maria Vasquez
Gloria Velez
Luis Vergara
Alexis Vidaurri
Andrew Vidinha
Robert Van Wagner
Nijah Warner
Wayne Watkins
Samual Weatherby
Dwight White Jr.
Jessie Williams
Robert Williams
Tarji Williams
Charles Worthington
Li Wu
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Sophomores

Janelle McGuinness and Katie Wilder pre
pare themselves to look their best to re
ceive the crown at the Homecoming Dance
(Photo by P. Cowles)
Benjamin Goode is surprised to turn around
and have this picture taken. Many people
agree that those are the best types of pic
tures. (Photo by P. Cowles)


Choi Collins and Jenell Smart discuss how
their sales are going for the Sophomore
Class. (Photo by P. Cowles)
Elizabeth flrosemena was not expecting her
picture to be taken. Nice hair, huh? (Photo
by P. Cowles)
Bryan Vanairsdale and Michael Navicky ex
press themselves. BHS has many creative
sophomores. (Photo by P Cowles)
Sophomores
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Many students of the Sophomore class
go to the football games to show off
their musical skills. (Photo by P
Cowles)
Not Pictured
Christopher T. Acosta
Guarionex R. Colon
Caroline Kirkland
Shane P. Ryley
Michael A Acosta
Giana Daniel M
Bianca Logan
Latoya N. Smith
Cesar A Banda
Raymond A. Estupiman
Chanda 1. Mason
Melissa A. Upton
Jason P Barton
Tamara A Francis
Jennifer S. McCormick
Michelle A. Vasquez
Mylissa L Bateman
Nicole A. Frank
Samuel A. McGumness Jr
Carlton Ward Jr
Angela M Bland
Nestor D. Garcia
Luchamya A. Myatt
Brynn K. Wemhoener-Cuite
Tavarus 0 Blanks
Beniamin Goode
Agustn J. Ortiz
Richard West Jr
Joaquin A. Boyd
Jill M. Hauser
Javier A. Osorio
Michelle T Womble
Raul Chang
Christopher J. Howard
Juan C. Palacio
David M. Church
Kelly R. Hunt
Leonardo Paredes
Martha 0. Clark
Fernando J. Johnson
Brian E. Pierce
Dorlores Collazo
James R. Jungenberg
Luke E. Powell
Kathy Tisby was giving advice to
Wendy McKelvey on her design for an
English project. (Photo by P. Cowles)
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BHS Faculty
Keeping The Tradition Alive
The BHS faculty consists of over
50 staH members including
specialists, counselors, and three
administrators. Many faculty members
dedicate their time after school to
sponsor clubs, varsity sports, special
events, charities, and Student
Association.
Our faculty keeps up with the latest
in educational trends by taking college
courses offered locally as well as
stateside classes during the summer.
BHS students are lucky to have so
many varied and unusual teachers!
Lots of them donate their time to
community events, too. We have
artists, actors, athletes, historians,
coaches, musicians, linguists,
mathematicians, and scientists among
our faculty. Balboa High School has
maintained its rich tradition in
excellence through its talented faculty.
Eight faculty members are BHS
alumni. From the Class of '62 we have
Mrs. Corbett & Mr. Anderson. Mr.
Quinn is a graduate of '65. The Class
of 77 is represented by Mrs. Bales,
Mr. Seitz, and Mr. Young. Mrs. Seitz is
an '82 graduate, while our most
recent alumnus is Ms. Cowles from
the Class of '86.
BHS teachers don't come a dime a
dozen. Potential teachers should
consider the rigorous work and
sacrifices that come with the territory.
Aside from keeping everything
organized, they have to deal with the
occasional obnoxious student, which
can cause a gray hair now & then.
Yup, BHS teachers are a special breed.
Who knows Maybe someone from the
Class of '93 will become a new BHS
teacher.
Mr Thale records the weight and size of this
soccer ball-wrapped egg lor the egg catapult.
Physics students constructed catapults as well
as egg containers. (Photo by C. Rigby)
In the BHS greenhouse, Mrs. Seitz explains to
Tata Norton how important it is tor students to
learn how to care tor plants. Over 40 students
are in the BHS BHS. (Photo by F Westgate)
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Faculty
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Elena Allen
Patricia Alvarado
Kenneth Anderson
Melanie Bales
Sylvia Baptiste
Susan Bemascom
Kelly Campbell
Rafael Chen


Mrs. Petersen observes as Dawn Keays and
Nancy Henderson try to figure out Calculus
heiroglyphics. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mrs. Othon exposes her grimy hands after work
ing in the greenhouse. (Photo by G. Dee)
Faculty
Sydney Corbett
Patricia Cowles
Luis Cuevas
Geraldine Dee
Denise Evans
Gene Fendrick
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Jutianne Gardill
Joanne Gettys
Camille Gibson
John Hager
Penny Halvorsen
Joyce Hanson
Jim Higley
Dana Hinkle
It
Senior President Non! Robinson seems to be left
out as staff members share the days gossip
over lunch at the Senior reception (Photo by 0
Mills)
Peggy Jones
Marsha Kat
Nancy Manchester
Johnnie McGregor
Joanne Mitchell
Wilma Monlouis


Mr. Waugh speaks to Jennifer Black after class
about purchasing caps and gowns. Mr. Waugh is
the senior class sponsor. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mr. Bales, Mr. Holland, and Mr. Anderson lean
back and relax as they watch the Physics Egg
Catapult launch. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Ms. Baca cheerfully rinses out her coffee mug
across the hall in Mr. Young's Commercial Arts
room. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mrs. Manchester as Batman poses with Nicole
Blanc as Catwoman at the Halloween Costume
Contest.
Mariette Staha
Maria Tejada
Faculty ( 105
David Seitz
Judy Severson
Patricia Morales
Laura Roa
Rita Sosa
Carol Sponberg


Mr Holland, the school principal, checks a point
with Mr Anderson, one of the assistant princi
pals. (Photo by D. White)
Bruce Thale
Ed Tyner
Carlos Vaz
Cheryl Wall
Soma Webly
Dottie White
Cecilio Williams
David Young
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sistant principal, Mrs. Hunt, pauses from her
>ily schedule to reflect. Mrs. Hunt joined the
-ulty this year (Photo by D. White)
Waugh shows his school spirit by dressing
0 for Halloween. His creation consisted of
othing from Nepal. (Photo by D. Mills)
V
Ralph Howell
This year BHS will lose one ot its finest
educators: Mr. Ralph Howell. The Zoman staff would
like to offer this tribute in the '93 yearbook to this
great teacher. Mr. Howell has been teaching at BHS
off and on for 11 years. He holds a Master of Arts in
Linguistics and Literature from the Umv. of Southern
Miss. Did you know he was once fluent in the
Cambodian language and worked for the NSA before
moving to Panama? An avid sportsfan, Mr. Howell
has coached soccer, football, as well as being ESL
dept, chairman at PCC. At BHS he has been on the
Building Leadership Team and chaired the NCA
committee. One of his fondest memories of life at
BHS was coaching his soccer team to an undefeated
season! We asked Mr. Howell what he will miss
about Panama he states: "friends, students,
tropical plants, and trees". We wish him the best of
luck as he retires to Knoxville, Tenn. where his wife,
Mary Eva (BHS class of '63) and four children are
anxiously awaiting his arrival. GO VOLS!

ncademics, a major
part of any school en
vironment, wasn't always
found in the classroom. Stu
dents learned about the im
portance of getting involved
in the political scene from
Prescott Bush earlier in the
year and found how impor
tant nutrition is to the body at
the Health Fair. Seniors un
derwent the tedious process
of applying to college and for
scholarships while Juniors
had their last chance at the
PSATand becoming National
Merit Scholars. New Ex
tended courses were added
to this year's curriculum and
the Black Cultural Awareness
Club once again hosted it's
discussion panel.
Academics

At the Republican Dinner, Prescott Bush stops to
greet Minoska Bianchim and Noni Robinson. (Photo
by 0, Gifford)
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Prescott Bush Speaks On
People Cast Their Votes In
BHS Mock Election
Every election year the
Social Studies Department
sponsors a mock
presidential election for the
faculty/staff and student
body to express their
favored candidate.
To "register" to vote,
students had to sign up
with certain social studies
teachers. Then on
November 2. 1992, they
could stop by at the Mam
Office and cast their
ballots. Eighteen percent of
the student body and
fifty-one percent were as
follows:
52% of the students
voted for George Bush,
27% voted for Clinton, 18%
voted for Ross Perot, and
3% were undecided.
On the other hand,
Clinton came out the
winner with the
faculty/staff with 50% of
the votes, Bush was second
with 44%, and Perot was
last with 6%. The faculty
clearly predicted the actual
results more accurately
with Bill Clinton as the
winner of the presidential
election.
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Luis Guerrero explores a computer
program at the Health Fair A vari
ety of booths interested the stu
dents. (Photo by G. Ellison)
Susan Doughty gets a facial done
by one of the volunteers at the
cosmetics booth (Photo by G. Elli
son)
A Red Cross volunteer demon
strates the proper way to assist a
choking infant. (Photo by C
Rigby)
Academics
Fair Provides A New
Insight On Health
On Sept. 16th the first
Health Fair was held in the
BHS gym. Students were
allowed to go all day.
allowing that their teachers
okayed it. There were a
variety of things to do. A
two page checklist was
provided so that students
could record activities such
as checking their hearing,
teeth, blood pressure,
cholesterol, height and
weight.
There were several
stationary bikes you could
ride and later check on your
pulse. Several clubs had
booths. JROTC had a stress
trivia game and SADD had
information on driving while
under the Influence.
Mrs. Hunt's efforts in
putting on the health fair
paid off.
"I think this Is much
better fun than last years
Business Fair," said Mr.
Waugh. "There are more
activities the kids can do."
A group of guys experiment on the
computers Many of the booths re
quired the use of the Apples.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Jodie Nunan gets her teeth
checked by a dental technician.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Academics


A group of Physiology students Quint Underwood secures his cat
work on their cats' digestive sys- as Mr Seiti begins to cut through
terns (Photo by G. Ellison) (Photo by G Ellison)
Extended Courses Lead To
Gaining Knowledge
The two new extended
classes that were added to
this year's curriculum are
Extended Analysis, taught
by Mrs. Peterson and Ms.
Hinkle, and Extended Govt,
taught by Mrs. Sosa and
Mr. Waugh. Extended
Physics, Extended Calculus,
Extended Physiology, AP
English, and AP Spanish are
still offered with minor
changes. AP English is now
taught by Mr Howell
Extended classes require
the maintaining ol a 'B'
average. People who tail to
do so are placed on
probation and run the risk
ol being taken out ot
Extended. Some Extended
classes are taught along
with the regular class as in
Extended Calculus or
Extended Analysis. AP
classes are separate classes
altogether like AP Spanish
or AP English.
An advantage to
extended or AP classes is
the weighted grade. This is
why some students
maintain a GPA above 4.0
Another advantage is the
AP exam. A high score may
count towards college
credit.
Academics
Mrs. Sosa is one ot the extended
govt, teachers. The class meets
weekly at lunch. (C Rigby)
Jennifer Black and Erin Blagg
await their turn to debate (Photo
by 0 White)
Mr Thale explains what crests and
troughs are in waves with a long
hose Waves were only one ot the
exciting topics studied in Physics.
(Photo by C Rigby)
Carlos lam and Scott lelller argue
their position on their debate day
(Photo by 0 White)


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Physics Students Find They're
Thalean Slaves
Mike Wing helps a BES student
straighten out the fins on her rocket.
BHS physics students participated with
BES students on the rocket protect.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Carlos Lam helps Oscar Gifford ad|ust
his egg catapult. Most Physics students
pulled together to meet the challenge.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
Mr. Thale and Erine Sfames try to
get BES students prepared to
launch. The 5th and 6th graders
were very excited. (Photo by C
Rigby)
Frank Ender sends his egg flying
over the wall Frank was the over
all winner of the egg catapulting
contest (Photo by C Rigby)
Mindy Petrucci swerves to stay in
bounds as Jose Castaneda helps record
her time In this activity students had to
maintain constant velocities (Photo by
C. Rigby)
One of the rockets in the first line-up
soars off. Students had to make sure
the launch pads were angled in the right
direction. (Photo by C. Rigby)
assemble rockets from kits.
They were launched on
March 5th.
In spite of the
difficulties, most students
find passing Thale s a feat
within itself.
"Choosing to take
Thalean Physics is like
purposely lumping into an
active spinning washing
machine because of the
turmoil. However when you
come out you're brighter
than you were before," said
Carlos Lam.
A lot of people drop Mr
Thale's Physics class the
first week of school. It's
lust too intimidating. Those
who remain sometimes
wonder why on earth they
did.
Lab reports on the
acceleration of gravity or
on a swinging pendulum is
cause enough to panic.
The competitive edge in
some activities is even
worse.
The first ma|or project
was constructing a catapult
no heavier than two
kilograms and no longer
than 50 x 50 cm that could
hurl an egg in a container a
meter fall wall from 1.5
meters away. They were
launched December 18th.
"I spent last night crying
'cause if (the catapult)
kept going backwards. I was
afraid it would shoot into
the audience. I'm glad it's
over and so is mole,"
said Kate Sears (12).
Sears used a stuffed animal
as her egg container
The next protect was
considerably easier. The
Thalean physicists merely
had to help BES students
Academics


The kitchen gets a looking over as
three members of the "Fit to Win
committee take a glance around.
(Photo by C. Rigby)
The annual "Back To
School" was held earlier on in
the year (September 9th).
This event encourages parents
to find out about the school
that their dependents go to.
Parents come to the school at
night and follow their kids
schedules as if they were going
through a regular school day
themselves.
"Classes" are only ten
minutes long. This gives the
teachers enough time to
explain the general purpose
and the goals of the class. Ms.
Gardill has a unique way of
spending these ten minutes-she
videotapes her classes during
the day and then at "Back to
School" parents get to see
their kids in action.
"Lunch" is ten minutes in
the library for coffee and
doughnuts. NHS members
serve as guides for lost
parents and the S.A. helps out
with the food.
"I think it was a great idea,
although I know I don't want to
be a kid again. Some of the
teachers look evil! said Stan
Patty, a parent.
A Day In The Life Of
The School Cafeteria
Parents Find Themselves Going
Back To School
On September 10,
SOUTHCOM J-l came to Balboa
High School to inspect the
cafeteria. Members of the "Fit
To Win" committee wanted to
see how healthy the food being
served to students really was.
They personally asked Shawn
Patty, the S.A. President, to
show them around. It was a
spot inspection and no one,
not even the administration
even knew about it.
The committee was mildly
pleased with their findings.
One thing that they didn't like
was the way the students left
the cafeteria after lunch. "It's
filthy. They just throw their
trash anywhere," said Sheila
Laird, the committee leader.
"These are high school
Students? If you asked me, I
would of said that it was a pig
pen," she later said.
They say that a cafeteria is
a serious reflection on the
school. I guess in this case we
should be ashamed of our
rude, uncouth manners. After
all, we are high school
students and we should
conduct ourselves in such a
manner. Shawn Patty
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Parents often had difficulty finding
their kids classes. Schedules
didn't seem to be much help.
(Photo by B. Meyers)
Two dads check out the doughnuts
in the library during "lunch. Re
freshments were provided by the
S.A. (Photo by B. Meyers)
One of the cafeteria workers
serves up another order of fries.
Most students lunch consisted of
only fries. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Mr. Anderson answers one of
Sheila Laird's questions. Ms. Laird
was one of the people who came
to check health standards. (Photo
by C. Rigby)
J Academics


Students look at brochures from
Bentley and Curry colleges. Several
college fairs were held during the
year. (Photo by G. Ellison)
Seniors Gina Ellison, Robert Ped
ersen and Greg Parsons take a
look at the pamphlets handed out
at the College Fair. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Seniors Look Into The Future At
College Fair 92
The BHS College/Career
center hosts several college
Fairs each year at the BHS
library Ms. Dottie White, one
of the BHS Counselors, is
responsible for these fairs.
Recruiting officials from
various colleges and
universities came to BHS and
displayed pamphlets and
information about their
schools. BHS students are
allowed to leave their classes
to attend the fair Most of the
time students look over the
information and listen to short
lectures about college life. The
presenters give information
about tuition, books,
prerequisites for courses,
scholarships available, school
size, climate, clubs, and
organizations available on
campus. The fairs are a great
way for BHS students to learn
more about what life will be
like after graduation. It helps
to have a personal touch by
talking to people who live and
work at each school.
February was black history
month and students at BHS
helped commemorate this
special month by hosting a
BLACK HISTORY JEOPARDY.
Students from Mrs.
George's classes participated
in this event by reading up on
black history and then forming
teams to answer questions like
the 'real' JEOPARDY TV game
show. Community volunteers
assisted the panels of BHS
students. Classes were invited
to attend in the auditorium
and over 200 students
observed this event. Other
activities offered during this
month celebration were guest
speakers in the library, a play
production titled "To Be
Young, Gifted, and Black", and
movies were shown about
famous black historians. Every
year the Isthmian community
helps celebrate BLACK
HISTORY month and this year
BHS students played an active
role in the festivities.
Students prepare to set up for the
Black History Jeopardy Competi
tion. (Photo by S. Patty)
A group of students seem to be
stumped by a question. (Photo by
S. Patty)
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Academics
Academics


CTBS Comes For Underclassmen
As Seniors Skip Classes
CTBS testing was back once
again for the underclassmen
during the week of March 15th
through 17th. CTBS testing is
done to see how students rank
in basic skills such as reading,
writing, and math. The test is
taken during homerooms and
classes are shortened for the
rest of the day. Seniors, on the
other hand, take the ASVAB
This tests vocational skills to
determine what sort of career
a person would most likely be
able to pursue. For the next
few days while the
underclassmen finish taking
the CTBS the seniors get to
enioy their skip days. On the
16th, the seniors went to the
Amador theater to see the
movie "Forever Young" and
then they walked to the
Amador Officer's Club for
lunch and some fun and
games. The following day they
were treated to a hot
breakfast in the cafeteria. The
cost for all of this was just
four dollars.
"I think it was a good idea
for seniors to get a break from
having to go to school. I'm
pretty sure that everybody
needed it. I know I definitely
did after slaving over the
yearbook!" said Cathy Rigby.
After watching the movie, a group
of seniors begin to walk down to
the Amador Officer's Club for
lunch (Photo by C Rigby)
Mike Morgan and Melissa Webb
share a hug as they wait in line to
get some food. (Photo by C.
Rigby)
Academics
Kathy Dittl serves herself some let
tuce and tomatoes as Melissa
Webb waits her turn (Photo by C.
Rigby)

Organizations exist be
cause people have a
natural tendency to get to
gether for fun, work, or for a
cause. There are many var
ied clubs and activities in
BHS. Some are dedicated to
helping people, like SADD,
and others introduce students
to different cultures, like
Spanish Club or French Club.
Most people join these ac
tivities to learn something new
like developing prints in the
Photography Cub.
Some organizations you
cannot just join, but are ad
mitted into-Spanish Honor
Society, Biological Honor
Society, National Honor So
ciety, or Thespians.
These groups' efforts can
be seen everywhere at BHS.
124 ) Clubs

Drake Sprague puts in some time working at the new green house
with the Ecology Club. The green house was built over the sum
mer and Ecology Club and BHS members set it up.


CARNIVAL!
BHS Clubs Celebrate The Moment
Carnavalito. Mardigras,
fiesta, excitement, and
culture! These two clubs may
be different on the outside, but
if looked on from within,
culture is the basis for both.
They are both very successful
in their activities.
This year the Spanish club's
Carnavalito and French Club's
Mardigras was held at the
P.C.C. auditorium. This yearly
tradition has always seemed to
put everyone in a festive mood.
Where would they be without
their sponsors? Thanks to Mr
Vai and Mrs. Roa everything
was possible.
Ivan Rodrlguer. sprays down a car at
the Spanish Club car wash The car
wash was a "wet" event that many
members attended and a great tund
raising activity
The Carnavalito Court dances one ot
their tpico numbers. The club elects
members who learn to dance tpico for
carnavalito (Photo by C Rigby)
french Club: Front row: T Mitcham, A. Gundtn, S. Tripanny. H. Olendick. 2nd row K. Cadiz, B Wing, M Kuo. D Graces, R Malave, J Olivares, C
Guerra Unknown N Moran 3rd row: f Carrola, C Collins, B Ackerman, N. Nassif, R Woll, N Prolis, G. De LaCruz, S Doughty, Unknown, A. Al
varado' S Merkel 4th row D Diaz, Unknown. Unknown, l liley, Unknown. T Kahn. Unknown, Unknown 5th row: Unknown. S Munez. C Bour
beau, 1 Gale, E Guadalupe. D Robinson Back row M Webb, S Estupiman, E Merkel
Spanish Club front Row S Doughty, N Moran, Unknown, B Archtbold. M Castro, L. Cuthberl, Mr Vaz, V Uhorchak. F Westgate, C Rigby 2nd
Row l Roas, D Gonzales. I Rodriguez, D Gravies. R Wolf. M Estrada, S Torres, M Pearce, P Avellalemont. 3rd Row T Kemp, J Staha, G
Pinto, t Weeks. M Castrellon, A. Spurlock. E Cruz, E Small, D Robinson, N Nasstf 4th Row A Urnola, I Posey, D Bright. W. Pohl. A. Sosa. J
Young. D Choi, Unknown Back Row. J. Arango. C Poveda. M Berrezueta. R Ostrander, C lively. A Sherry, C Lou. S Unger. B Wing.


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A Wordly View
Students show they care
Ecology and SADD. Two of
the most helpful clubs in
school. And wouldn't you know
it? Their names say as much as
their healing deeds. One group
tries to help our wonderful
planet EARTH, while the other
tries to help the people on it.
Ecology for one, not only
expresses concern for our
world, but also does something
about it. Our world is definitely
in our hands. So why not help
out? So far, the Ecology Club
has definitely done its best,
and is continuing to do so by
organizing people to plant
trees, make recycle boxes,
shred paper, etc. Although they
are a very profitable club, that
doesn't mean the rest of us
can |ust sit back and relax! We
can help too! How? In many
ways. But first here's and easy
way to begin reduce, reuse,
recycle!
SADD (Students Against
Drunk Driving), has also played
a big role in helping the student
body. During the 1992 Health
Fair, SADD members presented
a drugs/alcohol exhibit to show
students what harmful irritants
to their bodies look like as well
as what these irritants do to
their bodies. The group
continued with their yearly Red
Ribbon Campaign which
reached out to everyone and
touched many with the
message "Don't drink and
drive". In order to make their
message clear, SADD members
march on hoping their actions
will affect the decisions of
students at BHS in a positive
way.
Christina Gonzalez saves lives by
pulling apart plastic soda can rings that
otherwise chote animals. (Photo by W
Westgate)
Dean Mills patiently digs into Mother
Earth Planting trees was a common
activity for the Ecology Club (Photo
by f Westgate)
Clubs
Ecology club: Front row: A Siddiqui, 8. Meyers, N. Blanc, M, Propst, J. Ullnch, C, Coffey, C Modelo, Ms. Baca. 2nd
row M Estrada, F. Kuo. D. Yanez, S. Boozer, M Hogan, K. Olandese.M Mtzracht.L. leontiev. 3rd row D. Grajales, G C3e
LaCne, J. Staha, N. Profis, J. Symanski, A Gundm, F Westgate, S. Walker, J. Henrtquez. 4th row Unknown, Unknown, A.
Wagner, Unknown, J Penkoske, V. Hernandez, J Pownall, R Hasabe 5th row. M. Berrezueta, M Castro, C. Lively, Q.
Underwood, L Gibbs, A. Vtdaum, C. Herrera, S Unger, T Kobayasht, R rand warn 6th row. A Castro, J. Neal, A
Kinghom, V. Mornson, M Kelly E. Schnack 7th row: C Poveda, A Sosa, A. Page, C. Lou, Y. Park Back row. A. Cruze.
Unknown, A Marx, D. Mills, D Bnght. T Quinn, M. Petrucci, C. Krapfl, L. Gibson, C Momson.
Sadd: Front row: I. Chang, T Kemp, G. Pinto, S. Wells, S Leffler 2nd row
J Rillamas. M. Carbonell. M Schulz. B Mynck Back row: J Symanski. J
Quinlan, Ms. Othon
Laurie Jones, Edward Dawkins, Anthony
Aird, and Michael Jordan, all stand around
absorbing important information at the
Health Fair. It was a very educational
event.


Honor Societies
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There are five honor
societies at BHS: Biological
Honor Society, National Honor
Society, Spanish Honor Society,
and Quill and Scroll.
Some of BHS' activities
include informative field trips
to El Valle and canoeing down
the Chagres river.
NHS is a charitable club that
does such things as making
sandwiches for the poor and
helping with Special Olympics.
SHS, a more culturally
inclined honor society, had a
banquet celebrating the 500th
Anniversary of the discovery of
America. (SHS picture
unavailable.)
Megan Kelly eats her lunch during an
NHS meeting. (Photo by C. Rigby)
A group ol BHS members talk in the
greenhouse while Ivan Rodriguez
checks a plant. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Lauren Schulman, Monique Carbonell, Jessica Pen-
koske, and Marie Schultz pack soil for the green
house. (Photo by F. Westgate)
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NHS: Front row. M. Charles, C. Lou, V. Spratling, D. Sprague, C. Hinkle, J. Pownall, J. Weeks.
2nd row N. Nassif, J. Staha, S. Unger, L. Rojas, E. Scribner, E. Starnes, K. Sears, K. Shadeck.
3rd row R. Hasabe, T. Quinn. J Roscoe, Y. Park, M. Propst, M. Kelly. C. Coffey. A Ktnghom. D.
Grajales, J. Jan, L. Segura. Back row N. Henderson, M. Nevarez, A, Wagner, T. Kemp, J, Ullnch,
S. Boozer.
BH9: Front row: C Lou. S Unger, M Worcester. D Sprague. D Choi, T Norton 2nd row M Charles,
M Wing. V Spratling. A Spurlock. C Hinkle, M Seitz 3rd row E Schnack, T Usera. M Schulz, M
Carbonell. E Scribner. E Starnes, K. Sears 4th row T Quinn, J Roscoe. L Rojas, V Uhorchek. M
Propst. M. Mizrachi. M Fisher 5th row J Staha, M Kuo, N Nassif. J Symanskl Back row: Y Park. R.
Hasabe, J Neal. V Hernandez. J Penkoske. A Klnghom. D Seitz.

Felicia Carrola and Choi Collins
search through the dressing room
tor the right make-up. (Photo by
G. Ellison)
Tony Worthington concentrates as
others around him work on their
dance numbers. (Photo by G. Elli
son)

Rebecca Heard and Nicole Blanc
share a moment before their cue
on stage. (Photo by G. Ellis)
Doug Marqhaurdt sings through his
part in OKLAHOMA! (Photo by G
Ellis)
For Thespians
All the World's a Stage
Have you ever considered
lecommg a Thespian? Well, if
iou have, you probably know
iow much work it requires.
In order to become a
ihespian, you have to be
nvolved with the school
ind/or community plays. You
see, with each play production
you work in, you are given a
pertain number of points. The
amount depends on the
importance of the job. Now,
dont take It wrong, becoming
a Thespian can also mean
having lots of fun. During a
production, the weirdest things
can happen.
Once you have acquired ten
points, you are a candidate for
Thespianhood. It's a title to
make you feel proud.
So if you really like the
idea, go to the next play
rehearsal and sign up for
backstage. Better still, try out!
Who knows? You may become
the next Tom Cruise or Jodie
Foster.
Drama: Front row; R. Hanson, K. Sears, K. Shadeck, E. Hatchett. 2nd row: S. Boozer, D.
Yanez, S. Johnson, V. Hernandez, M. Nevarez. K. Lopez, J. Ullnch, N. Profis, L Rojas, A. Kingdom, J.
Penkoske, C. Modelo. 3rd row: V. Corbett M. Propst, A. Marx, S. Unger. C. Coffey, M. Kelly. Back
row. J. Walters. N. Traywick, D. Marqhaurdt N. Blanc, T. Worthington. J. Neal. F. Hirom, A.
Sylvester, O. Gifford.
Drama Theamara: Front row: R. hanson, K Sears. K Shadeck. E. Halchetl 2nd row: S Boozer. D
Yanez, J UBrich. A Kkighom 3rd row: N Prods. L Rojas, S Unger. C Cotley. M Kelly Back row: M
Profs!. V Corbet!. A Marx, N Blanc, F. Hirom. O Gittord


Art Club front row J lantry, A Hepburn, l Drennan, 0 Zimmerman. K Cadi/ B Pierce 2nd row C McFarlane, C Guerra, M Renfro. N Wat
kins, I Hunt, A Alvarado. S Walker Back row T Mitcham, 0 Sprague, J Zornei
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Photograph)/ Club front row C lou, D Mills, R Olandese, G Ellis 2nd row D Choi, C Guerra. C Rigby. A Alvarado Back row R Nolan, C T(p
anes, C Rivera, G Rivera, 0 White 1 Usera, E Schnack
Shawn Patty sets up prints in the dark
room Almost all of the yearbook pho
tos were developed in the BHS dark
room. (Photo by C. Rigby)
James Lantrey cuts his silk screen film.
As a member of the art club, many
neat protects were available to you.
(Photo by J. Staha).
Gina Ellison and Kevin Olandese study
candids of students. Developing film
was one of the many things the Pho
tography Club did. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Imagine
Two Perspectives
CREATIVITY that's the
key word behind the Art and
Photo clubs which makes them
so unique.
The Art Club meets several
times a month to work on such
proiects as restoring murals
and printing T-shirts. The Art
Club also allows the student to
enhance his/her artistic ability.
Behind the camera, the
Photo Club works to capture
the essence of student life.
Through both, we learn new
ways to express ourselves from
a different point view.


Noteworthy
Music To Our Ears
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Things just never seem
complete without music, which
is why Band and Chorus are so
important in our school. Music
puts everyone in a good mood,
and is something that everyone
enioys.
Band brings music to our
ears in such events as football
games, the Christmas Village,
concerts, etc. Chorus also
plays their part in many
seasonal concerts, as well as
the Christmas Village let's
hope that they continue the
good work so we can all
continue living in "harmony".
Nancy Henderson and Yoko Nakayawa
try to grasp the right key Practicing
lor performances was not an easy task
in Select Chorus.
Band members catch a breath before
lumping into another song Through out
the year, their music was with us dur
mg many special events (Photo by C
Rigby I
lined Ovnis M LittrHI. N Henderson, M Webb, V Hernndez. T Worthington, E Guadalupe, M Estrada 2nd row S Boozer, D Ynaez, L. Liley,
V Chen. N Yano. Y Nakagawa 3rd row K Olandese. R Dems, E Downs, T Shaw, D Squire. 4th row. R. Gomez, D. Diaz, E. Cruz, Y Tunon, A.
Sherrod. A Sanchez. Sasha Barren. I Diaz. I loseph 5th row B Lomba, C Bourbou, R Rivera. A. Roach, A. Sylvester, l Rhmes Back Row: C.
CasbOo. D Williams. N Traywick. 0 Toth. D Marqhuardt
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In Control
Behind The Screens
Did you "find your perfect
date7" After several programs,
the computer club finally found
the "perfect" match for
everyone.
Maybe it seems as if the
Computer Club has only
produced that one successful
event, but if you think about it,
who keeps the computers
running anyway?
The purpose of the
Computer Club is to promote
computer literacy and to
enhance learning through the
use of computers.
Jose Hernandez, a computer club mem
ber, wonders what's wrong with his
Walkman as he tries to fix it. (Photo by
G. Pinto).
Morgan Seppy gives the computer
nasty look as she tries to create a dc
sign. (Photo by J. Staha).


Focusing
On Close-Up
Imagine missing a whole week
of school to travel to
Washington, D.C. to learn about
the U.S. government and how it
works; by being a member of
Close-up you get this chance.
To apply you have to write an
essay on why you'd like to go
and turn it in to Mr. Waugh. Only
eight students from BHS are
chosen. They raise money for the
trip by having raffles and even
selling romance novels. Despite
all the work, it's worth it.
Close-Up: (Left to right) B. Shaha, M
Nevarez, G. de la Cruze, L. Schulman,
J. Cruz (Photo by P. Cowles)
Various Biological Honor Society mem
bers dedicate a Saturday morning to
work on the greenhouse with Mr. Seitz.
(Photo by F. Westgate)
Kevin Olandese and Cathy Rigby super
vise Michelle Mizrachi while she draws
up a layout. (Photo by S. Patty)
Mr. Bales patiently sells BHS year
books to students in front of the mam
office during lunch time. (Photo by C.
Rigby)




JROTC (cumulative list in alphabetical order): R Abrego. J Acevedo. C. Acosta. A. Alrd. N. Alrd. L. Allen. G Barber G Banchirrt
N Blades. T Bnceland. A. Borowicz. J Brasstield. V Brown. C Castillo, R. Chang. N. Charlville. M Clark. A. Cooper. J Coronado. J
Crowder. I. De la Guardia. C. Del Hoyo, N S Dhallwal. J. Domenech, P. Edwards. J. Elllngsen, J. Fairchild, L Fnas, J Fullerlon. J
Gatvez. D Gftlens. A Gonzalez. E. Grant, J Gutlenez. H Headley, J. Hernandez, J Hernandez. M. Her, J Hlgley J Hoffman J
Holley. Y Hudson. H Jeffrey. L Jones, A Kirkpatrick. K. Lentz. C Lee. B Logan. B Lomba. M Uoyd. J Maddox L Manzanares D
Marquardt. J Martinez. M. McCoy. J Memwealher. W McKefvey. R Min, W Moore. R Morris. T. Nelson. G. Nevin. M. Oliver. J. '
Padilla. L Powell. L Paredes. K. Pierre, W Reese. R. Rivera. J Robinson. Y Ruiz. B. Santana. S Scott, J. Seales. C Sheets D
Shirley, K. Smith, L Smith. C. Tapanes, S Tapia, A Tejada, J. Thompson, G. Tulk. Y Tunon, M. Upton. M. Vasquez, O. Zayas
Jmor S.A. President. Vanessa
lorchak, concentrates on some
ew ideas to share and study with
ie rest of the Student Associa-
on. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Student Association: Front row: J Smart 2nd row: M Ca/bonell, M Schulz, N Robinson, Ms Dee Back row: S Patty. O
Glttord, E Hatchett. C. Lam.
Back row: P Edwards
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jrbook. Front row G. Pinto, A Alvarado, S. Boozer, C. Rigby, H. Thompson. 2nd row: C. Guerra, M. Carbonell,
Student Life:
Carla Guerra 1
Michelle Kuo
Dmorath Grajales
Marie Schulz
Pat Pratt
Gabriela Valencia
Ads:
Seniors:
Mrs. Bales
Michelle Mizrachi
Mrs. Manchester
Vong Suk Park
Gaby Pinto
Photography:
Laura Segura
Gina Ellison
Joshua Gale
Juniors:
Shannon Golembowski
Andrea Alvarado
Nancy Henderson
Stacy Boozer
Dawn Keays
Susie Johnson
Dean Mills
Dilicia Yanez
Betty Meyers
Shawn Patty
Sophomores:
Cathy Rigby
Mrs. Bales
Atsheen Siddiqui
Laura Joseph
Heather Thompson
Cathy Rigby
Natalie Watkins
Joe Rillamas
Frank Westgate
Faculty:
Cover Design: !
Monique Carbonell
Drake Sprague 1
Academics:
Senior Index Design:
Cathy Rigby
Geraldo Barber
Clubs:
Editor-In-Chief:
Jessica Staha
Cathy Rigby
Jackie Weeks
Advisor:
Sports:
Melanie Bales
Mrs. Bales and Mr. Buda, the Jostens repre
sentative, go over the new contract. Thi
yearbook contract. The yearbook contrae
is renewed each year. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Dilicia Yanez searches through photos tor
her layout. Good photos are essential tor a
good spread. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Jessica Staha checks her work on
a Clubs spread. It's important to
proof pages to catch mistakes.
(Photo by C Rigby)
Andrea Alvarado works on typing
her captions onto a copysheet. All
copy must be transferred to copy-
sheets for layouts. (Photo by C.
Rigby)

Yearbook:
Wreaking Havoc
Working on the Zoman staff
is not a job for just anyone.
Yearbook is more stressful and
pressuring than any other club
or organization.
Its very stressful, yet I
still love it," said Monique
Carbonell (11). Its the first
kind of stress I like.
Mrs. Bales laughed,
"Monique needs pressure in
order to produce."
In the beginning of the year,
many people showed up and
expressed an interest in joining
the staff. Yet by the end of the
year, the number had dwindled
to but a devoted few.
I feel like going on a strike
because I feel like I'm doing
everything on my own," said
Marie Schulz (11).
It isn't unusual for one
person to remain to work on
an entire section.
Photographers have great
demands placed on them. The
layout people insist they can't
do anything without pictures
and the few photographers left
can't handle it all on their own.
A sense of despair usually
hovers around the last weeks
when the staff is pushing a
deadline.
"I really think it's scary
how people procrastinate and
then get so desperate that
they start stealing pictures
from each other," said Cathy
Rigby (12). "The really scary
thing though, is that I want to
go and make a career out of
journalism and spend my LIFE
screaming, having nervous
breakdowns, and frantically
catching up on pages."
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The strangest thing about
BHS sports is the fact
that instead of having only
one BHS team, there are two-
Bulldogs, and Red Machine.
The reason behind this is to
let more people play since the
only other teams are Green
Devils from PCC, Cougars
from CJHS, and the Tigers
from CHS.
This year athletes found
themselves in the Tropic
Times every Friday because
the community newspaper
decided to expand its sports
coverage to local high school
games as well as major
league sports back in the
States. Participating in sports
is one of the best ways that
students at BHS can get in-
volved and meet new people.

Two Cristobal team members try to stop Desire Squire from mak
ing a hoop. (Photo by F. Westgate)


Touchdown!!!
Cougar players struggle to get past the
forty yard line as the Red Machine ad
vances through the offensive line. (Photo
by F. Westgate)
Cougars Front row ) Bieker. M Renlro. N Nieves, K Wilder, 0 Bilgray, M Webb, R Woll. 2nd Row A Barnett, R. Reyes, A. Livingston, C Benson, Unknown, L Powell, unknown, R.
Chang. R Garcia. R George. H Tremblay. 3rd row M Barrett, A Chavez. I Von Hollen, R Williams, M Knapp. B Smith, B Rowley, I Lopez, K Arnold, I. de La Guardia, E. Standlord, M
Morgan, M Webb 5lh row Ass Coach, S. Wheeler, D Padilla, 0 Crouch, E Rhoden, B Shaha, H. Cleveland, Ass Coach Grade, Coach Bales.
lugars
win
loss
tie
7
1
0
'Cougars were
coached by Fred
Bales
BulUogs Front row J Roscoe. 0 Sprague, J Hunt. A. Keoughan. C Thompson, M. Seppy, M Terado. N Watkins 2nd row P Williams, J. Zornes, R Morris, J. Price, A. Sterling, E Holland,
T Elhs J Beattie, S Betrisey, A Charns. 3rd row l Bnen, 0. Herazo. R Williams, T Blanks, S. Kupec, T Swissteck, L. Sasso, t Martinez, S Daily, DeLeon, M Cedeno T Hopkins Back
row Unknown. C Foster. M Navicky. J. Lassater. Unknown. Unknown, M Wead. V Martinez
win
loss
tie
7
1
0
'Bulldogs were
coached by V.
Martinez
Cougars' Craig Fishbough and Red Ma
chines Chris Corrigan struggle to get the
pass with all their strength, (Photo by D
Keays)
Cougar cheerleaders try to stir the crowd
as they drive around the track on a truck
during the Homecoming game. (Photo by F
Westgate)
Devon Sprague and Natalie Watkins rile up
the crowd during the first half of a game.
(Photo by F Westgate)
Phaedra Ave-LaOemant and Margie Pearce
watch the remaining cheerleading routines
at the lamboree pep rally. (Photo by G. El
lis)
150


Bulldog's John Zomes holds up Bulldog's Cham
pionship trophy Players were gleeful over their
win. (Photo by N. Watkins)
Bulldog cheerleaders shout their hearts out
to cheer up the crowd at the Homecoming
game.
Deuils
win
2
loss
0
tie
6
Green Devils were
coached by Louie
Husted
Green Devil Front row: P. Monaghan. M. Buchanan. M. Wing. E Leontiev. T. Moore. A. So
sa. D Sprague. C. Lampas. J. Carrola. M Watanabe, R. Bottln 2nd row: S. Jlcha. W Fieese.
H. Davis. E Monaghan. E Knud son. ft Boyle. T Decerega, M. Sweeny. Q. Underwood. A. RJ
chards. C Royo. M. Pearce. 3rd row: P AvelaJlement, M. Moss. R. Coton. D. Toth. J. Wilson.
M. Dreckman, D Ughlell. J. Williford. T Quinn. W. Pohl. ft Huntington. A. Alrd. S. Scribner, j.
Castrellon. S. Oakley Back row: L. McGulness. B. Bottln. Coach Husted. K. SteHJ Staha.
K. Johnston. M. Norton. J. SzymanskL M. Kuo. Coach J. Sweeney. Coach J. Gibson. T. Nelson.
R. Machine
win
loss
tie
3
5
0
"Red Machine were
coached by R
Dahlstrom
Red Machine Front row: J. Mathews. J. McGulness. T Kemp. W Winkler. J Engelke. A Cedenci. K Lee C Thompson 2nd row 5
Longoria, T Usera. P Borowlcz, D. Lopez. J. Gutierrez. T. Ro)o, R. Taylor 3rd row: Assist. Coach J Lyie. £. Cansen. 0. Fesier a Csrwn-w. s
Blades. C Corrigan. C. Strokes. M Blelchwell. F. Ender, Coach Dahlstrom. Back row: ft Wilson, ft Wanlanat. D Thompsorv h a Tn-o> .
Jullao, J. Lloyd. A. Krapll. J. Groom
Sports 153


Girls Basketball 92
Dribbling And Driving Towards Victory
The ball swishes through the basket
as the buzzer goes off and the crowd
goes wild as the winning team cheers
at their well deserved victory
There was great excitement this
basketball season. The girl's basketball
teams battled against one another
trying to keep their scores high. One of
the most important things in playing
basketball is the clock The players
have practiced many days after school
to sharpen their skills and be prepared
for the opposing team for all of their
games. They have done a great job
because basketball is not an easy
game This sport requires a lot of skill
just to learn to play A player must not
only know how to dribble the ball and
shoot baskets, she must know how to
be a "team player. This teamwork
and skill requires much dedication and
discipline. All the teams displayed
these qualities in the way they played
and followed their coach's
instructions.
A struggle between the Bulldogs and the
Cougars to get the ball, increases the ten
sion as the rest of the team watches
(Photo by F Westgate)
Laurie Jones of the Bulldogs, throws a shot
from the fowl line to get the points her
team desperately needs to win (Photo by
F Westgate)
BULLDOGS L TOR Front Row M Lang 2nd Row J Hauser. K Finch, N Robinson. I Jones, A Howard,
K Nolte, M Cobham, I Gargin. K Jones BackRow B Herrebee, C Stanford, C Nolle
Bulldoas
win
loss
tie
Bulldogs were
coached by C
Oliver
0
1
R. Machines
win
loss
tie
DEVILS Front row: Steventson, Bacot, Collins, Velez, Pmzone, Washington Back Row Paulsen. Womble,
Dunn, Gilbert, Ernest Singleton, Fry
Red Machine was
coached by S.
lewis
win
loss
tie
Cougars were
coached by D
Moffit
RED MACHINE Front row A Wagner, K Kemp, D. Gravies, L Roas, D Sauire, Unknown, V Sprattlmg
Back row: Coach Lewis, D Eastman, Y Colon, J. Diaz, A Krimcky, M Dodson, E. Santa
COUGARS Front row T Norton, M Roas. J Hauser, H Headley 2nd row J Posey, B Mar. J Penkoske,
K Lambe Back row: S. Bibbo, A Pratt, A Higley, Coach Moffit
G. Deuils
win
0
loss
0
tie
6
Green Devils were
coached by R
Stromberq


Red Machine (left to right) Front row: S Munoz. P Beard, F Ward, S Tossle, E Garcia, S. Lalorre, R. Malave, A Chavez, A.
Te|ada, K Pierce. Back Row: 7 Law R. Brown. R. Morris, Coach FI Chon, P. Amegllo, S. Holmes. F. Hill, M. Vaughn. C. Ottley. T,
Johnson. R. Poggenpoll, S. Llwoly
I
Boys Basketball 93
High Tops On The Move
This year's basketball season was
highly competitive. "Practically all of
our games were neck to neck," said
Michelle Berrezueta, Red Machine
came in-second. The Cougars came in
third.
The tournament was won by the
Cristobal Tigers. Anyone who goes to
Cristobal finds out that the Tiger fans
are spirited," said Berrezueta.
The Play of the season came when
the Tigers played the Red Machine.
Although the Tigers seemed to be on
the way to victory, the Red Machine
did not lose hope and came back to
lead the second half with about twenty
seconds remaining. "With fifteen
156
seconds remaining the Tigers traded a
couple of baskets. Then five seconds
before the buzzer, John Lu of the
Tigers landed a desperative shot which
sailed three-fourths of the court and
won the game," said Oliver Herazo, of
the Bulldogs.
All isthmian was won by David
Stader of the Bulldogs. According to
some exceptional players included
Jerome Price of the Cougars. Paula
Ameglio of the Red Machine and many
others. This season was full of energy
and there is high hope that next years
season will be as successful!
All the teams will be ready and
anxious to play next year with great
expectation of doing the best they can
to have better scores than the year
before, with a lot of practice and team
work, anything is possible.
0%
IV
tie 0
'Bulldogs were
coached by L
Quinn
tie 0
'Cougars were
coached by R.
Reyes
Deuils
win
0
loss
8
tie
0
'Green Devils were
coached by D
Moffit
I R. Machine
win
5
loss
3
tie
0
'Red Machine: ,
were coached by R.
Chen


Racing The Wind
Track And Field Breezes Through Another Year
Bulldogs finished a perfect season
with an easy win at the final
interscholastic track and field meet on
January 22 at Balboa Stadium. The
Bulldogs men's track squad did a great
job sweeping the track events
throughout this track season. The
Panama Canal Green Devils were on
their tail finishing second The Balboa
Red Machine came in third and the
Curundu Cougars came in last.
Track is made up of many events
such as the pole-vault, the long jump,
the high jump, the discuss, the shot
put, the hurdles and relays. All of
skill, agility, and flexibility These skills
are all difficult to accomplish and you
need to be dedicated m order to be
able to tram your body to perform at
every meet. As you can see the
competitors must go through a lot of
training to get ready for their team as
well as individual events. Parents and
friends also play a vital part in this
sport by supporting the competitors at
the track meets.
Many volunteers from the faculty
and Isthmian community donate their
time to work at the track meets.
Pat Pratt takes a hurdle as he speeds down
the track The hurdles are just one of the
events in track and field (Photo by N
Henderson)
Andrea Barnett struggles across the finish
line during a sprint (Photo by J Rillamas)
Track
In alphabetical order: F
Abrego, A Agront, D
Anckie, L Armstrong, W
Bates, S Blanchard, P
Carlson. F Carrola, J.
Carrola, B. Chastain. J
Christorpherson, C Collins,
L. Cooper, B. Fernandez, N.
Henderson, A Jackson, L
Joseph, J. Lopez, M
McKay, L. Peoples. T
Peoples, A Pratt, A. Rose,
C Seybold, C. Soto, C
Stokes, K. Tagaropulos, R.
Underwood. Q Underwood.
M. Williams, T. Williams
Rest of track names
unavailable
Tom Ellis tires to make it across the high
bar during one of the practices after
school. (Photo by N Henderson)


Making The Goal
Kicking Another Soccer Season Into Motion
The heat was on between Red
Machine and Balboa High School
Bulldogs at the girl's last soccer game.
In a head and head battle for the goal,
both teams finished in a tie for first
place. For the Bulldogs' Coach Cecil
Williams, the title was great
"We have a lot of seniors on the
team and this meant a lot to them,"
Williams. "I have a lot of talented girls
and they know what it would take to
win the title.
"It was the play of several seniors
that made the difference for the
Bulldogs," he said.
Co-captain Annie Wagner provided
much of the leadership and
inspiration," Williams said. "She helps
the younger girls learn the game."
"We're losing some really good
players next year," he said "Thats
tough on the other girls who are used
to winning. The team is going to have
to work really hard to defend their
title, it won't be easy."
As you can see, this soccer season
was very exciting. All the teams were
very competitive and worked really
hard to prepare themselves for all the
games throughout the season, with
many practices under the blazing sun
they made it possible. The coaches
and the parents' support for their
teams is very important in all of the
sports events.
No Cougars Gold
Photo Ruailable
No Red Machine
Photo Ruailable
Devils. (Alphabetical order): R Bottin, C Bourdeau, D Grajales, A Johnston,
L Lincoln, B Marx, N Modelo, K. Rizzo, L Roas, M. Ruiz, K Shaha, M Stem-
barger, S. Sutherland, T Tucker, A Wall, L. West. C. Wilde, K Wilder, K. Wil
liams, M. Womble
Cougars Gold
win
loss
tie
5
5
0
Cougars Gold
were coached by A.
Kinqhorn
R. Machine
win
loss
tie
Red Machine was
coached by M.
Stump
A
Wendy Winkler tries to avoid being kicked
as her opponent tries to kick the soccer
ball. (Photo by F Westgate)
Audrey Ernest dribbles the soccer ball
down the field in hopes of scoring a goal
against Red Machine. (Photo by F West-
gate)
BULLDOGS, Front row M Lang, 0 Robinson 2nd row J McGuineness. A Urriola. Unknown. I Manning,
J Posey, J Berger, Mr Williams 3rd row J Robinson, K. Meyers, W Ruiz, B Kemp, J Penkoske, Un
known, A Cedeno 4th row: S Merkel, L Cuthbert, A Wagner, K Kemp, K. Cowles Back row: J Olivares,
GREEN DEVILS. Front row C Wilde, M Stembarger, K. Wilder, L. Roas, K. Williams. Back row R Ko-
echlem. S Sutherland. M Womble. L West, A Johnston, L Lincoln, Unknown
win
loss
tie
Bulldogs were
coached by C.
Williams
G. Deuils
win
0
loss 1
0
tie
0
"Green Devils were
coached by R
Koechlein


One of Cougar's strongest players, Lisa Ro-
Shannon Golembiewski of the Cougars is all |3S strikes a pose to show her great form,
set for two hours of intense competition in Gir|s jennis IS a popu|ar sport here at BHS.
the hot sun. (Photo by R. Samson) (photo ^ R. Samson)
Game, Set, Match
Strategy Is An Important Skill In Successful Tennis
Worn sneakers, flat tennis balls, broken
racquets, that marks the end of
another hectic girls tennis season. So let's
analyze exactly what a tennis player would
go through. It's 2:30 P M and you try to
get all the latest gossip from friends,
change to your tennis get up, find your
books in your crammed locker, all the while
trying not to drop your tennis racquet and
make it to the bus, which will take you to
the courts all (supposedly) in 5 minutes.
Two hours of intense competition in the hot
sun follows. It wasn't as bad as it might
sound, although competition was definitely
in the air, as well as success.
Cougars have stomped back up to
number one after last years defeat They
played with great intensity throughout the
season, which goes to show that through
hard work, you can always come out on
top The other teams played with great
enthusiasm; however, it didnt quite match
up to that of the Cougars.
I
At the time of
publication, no
scores available
Cougars were
coached by John
Stroup
r Co i
Mil
nr)
NO NAMES AVAILABLE
G. Deuils
At the time of
publication, no
scores available
*G. Devils were
coached by Mr.
Higley
DEVILS (alphabetical order) C. Ave-Lallemant. T Bacot. C Bates. K Bottin, K. Cisneros, M
Dobson. C. Godhe. D. Graiales, A. Matheney, V Nessler. J. OHearne. K. Pierre, J. Staha, K.
Wilder, M Womble.
R. Machines
At the time of
publication, no
scores available
Red Machines
were coached by
De Hanon
RED MACHINE Unknown, Coach, D. Brogie. B Ritchie, N. Nassiff, G. Lopez, V. Uhorchak, Un
known, Unknown. S. Livingston.


Steven Acosta sprints to reach the ball
and tried to make a winning shot.
Speed was important for tennis.
(Photo by S.G.)
Shawn Golembiewski concentrates on
making an ace on his opponent. He had
to practice to get this good. (Photo by
S.G.)
win
9
loss
1
tie
0
'Cougars were
coached by P.
Shulte
| G. Deuils I
R. Machine 1
win 5
win 8
loss ^
9
loss £-
tie 0
tie 0
'Green Devils were
'Red Machines
coached by W.
were coached by R
DeJanon
Dahlstrom
Michael Robinson hits the ball as hard as
he can. Strength helped the tennis players
play well. (Photo-N Watkins)
Bulldogs. (Alphabetical order): S.
AcocU. J. CasUnada. B. Foster, S.
3olembiewskl. J. Henrlquez. P Herr-
ng. E. Hollnad. S. McGuInness. J. Ml
ler. R. Mitchell. P. Norman. J Ohman.
E. Samantego. J. Schepper. G. Sleln-
sarger.
Cougars: ( Alphabetical order) G.
3acol. W. De Janon. E. Estrada. G.
Fernandez. W Fernandez. R. Garcia.
I Hackworth. J Hlgley. C. Hovan.
3. Jones. L Llach. D. Lopez, R. Sam
>on. J. Toney. L. Vogel. J. Washburn.
Devils, (Alphabetical order) T Osne
teros. J. Buskels. R. Chan, A De La
Suardla. A. Diaz. I. Dillon, F. Geary.
3. McGuInness. J. McNulty. J Pow
nail. M. Robinson. F. Wendehake. S.
Williams.
Red Machine. (Alphabetical order)
W Bleichwehl, J. Castaneda. R. Dome
tech. J. Gonzalez, C. Herrung. K. Hus
led. P. Jordan. B. Mills. D. Norman, J.
Norman. R. Pinzn. J. Pohl. FL Swee
ny. A. Vldaurri. B. Walker.
Boys Tennis 93
Swinging With Tradition
Tennis is an excellent way to
get out ot your every day routine.
It is some thing to look forward to
after a hard day of school," said
Richard Samson of the Curundu
Cougars.
"It is a way to relax and to do
something you really en|oy and a
different way to meet new
people, he added.
Like girls tennis, the boys go
through long hours of practice and
training outside in the every day
heat, sharpening their skills by
practicing their serves, backhands,
etc. They have to be able to move
in a quick and easy fashion to hit
the ball before it hits the ground
and score a point for the other
team
The Curundu Cougars
successfully came in first place
while the Red Machine was second.


Taking The Plunge
BHS Swimmers Work To Get Into Shape
The gun goes off as all the
swimmers dive into the water and
swim as fast as they can to beat the
clock. One lap. Two laps. Three laps
... Parents and friends cheer as the
swimmers swim the last lap to finish.
Everyone cheers for the swimmers and
are anxious to hear the results for
each race.
The swimming team works hard to
get their bodies in shape for the
competition that takes place each year
at the Balboa pool. They swim many
laps after school learning to perfect
their strokes. The clock is their enemy
because every second is valuable.
Timing means everything when you are
swimming, so does speed and
perfection.
The diving team also works end less
hours practicing their difficult dives
and striving for perfection. Strength
and precision are the two most
important qualities in a dive. The
judges are very strict and are always
watching for every little flaw that the
divers make. Panama is the perfect
place to swim. Many BHS students
grow up learning to swim from the
time they are infants. Where else can
high school students swim outdoors
year round?
J
Marco Austin, Laura Segura, and Solimar
Antillares take a breather after kicking
across the length of the pool with their m
boards. (Photo by G. Ellison) ^
One of the swimmers sends up a spray of
water as he practices freestyle. (Photo by
G. Ellison)
In alphabetical order:
A Alvarado. S Antadillas, M
Austin, R Ballesteros, M.
Barnett. B Berrios, H
Brunner. V Chen, C. Corona,
J Coronado. L Cuthbert, N
Frank, J Gomez, L Gonzalez,
A. Hamilton, N Henderson,
E. Hernandez, S. Johnson, T
Johnson. M Kelly. K Kemp.
T. Teralee. T Law, M. Litterell.
K Mishiro, R Nandwani, M.
Oura, A Page, M. Petruca, J
Rillamas, P Roca, I.
Rodriguez. W Ruiz. L
Segura, A. Spurlock, M. Tay
lor, H. Thompson, T Valdilles,
B Vanairsdale, V Wagner, J
Walters. A Watanabe, O
Zayas
Tim Johnson paddles steadily across the
pool. Some swimmers practiced with gog
gles on. (Photo by G. Ellison)
A group of swimmers watch others lump in
or practice their laps. (Photo by G. Ellison)
Amy Hamilton helps Nancy Henderson
stretch out before practice Warming up be
fore doing any sort of exercise is a good
idea. (Photo by G. Ellison)


Varsity Baseball 93
Teams Heading For Homeruns Or At Least A Hit
Baseball season started up and got
underway with good spirit.
"We're playing to win this year,
said Red Machine coach Rick Dahl-
strom, "The guys are very confident
now. They are very experienced and
know that they are never out of a
game. They know they have a very
good chance to take the whole thing."
After one of the highlight games
Coach Dahlstrom added, "Our guys
have developed a knack for coming
from behind, this is the thiro time in a
row that we've come back to win a
game."
Boys baseball is one of the avidly
pursued sports at BHS. The season
opened up after baseball tryouts held
February 1st through February 3rd It
will close with the baseball tournament
in late March.
"I wish the games weren't held on
swim meet days-then I could watch,"
said Nancy Henderson (12).
Couaara. Front row: I. Skousgard, L Schulmnn, N Charlevtlle, J Joseph, P
Edwards, D Gonzalez. E Gonzalez, C Morrison, B Staha. Back row: Coach V
Martinez, Asst Coach G. Fendrlck. B Smith.T Wilson. R Martinez. S Beattie. D
Bright, S Scott, R Williams, J Castaneda, E Fernandez. Martinez. N Martinez
At time of
publication, no
scores were
available
Cougars were
coached by Mr.
Martinez
No Deuils Photo
Ruailable
G. Deuils
At the time of
publication, no
scores available
"G Devils were
coached by Mr
Moffit
Red Machine's catcher, Joey Olivares, pre
pares to catch a ball as a Green Devil tries
to hit it. (Photo by N. Watkins)
Michael Chase throws the baseball with all Green Devil player looks on to see if he still
his might during a practice at BHS. (photo has time to make it to second base, (photo
by Shannon Golembiewski) by Shannon Golembiewski)
Red Machine players practice their throwing
accuracy in an after school practice,
(photo by Shannon Golembiewski)
At time of
publication, no
scores were
available
Green Devils
were coached by
Mr. Hager
Devils. Front row: Coach Moftit, J Boyd, M Boyle, F Union, E Carlson, J Jordan, L.
Wheeler, R. MaJave, D. Norman. Back row: M. Morgan, M. Walanabe, M. Dreckman, J
Blanchette. E Holland, L. Jullao. C. Fishbaugh, R, George, C. Riley. M. Robinson. Mr
Hager.
R. Machine
At time of
publication, no
scores were
available
Red Machine
was coached by
Mr. Dahlstrom
Red Machine. Front row J Miller, M. Church, D White. B. Carpenter. D Sima, A
Peterson. R. Salterio. Back row: A. Frye. Mr Dohlstrom, M. Simmons. L, Salazar. C.
Hovan, J. Olivares. A. Cooper. R. Garrido. K. Drozd, B Rowley. Coach Grade, M.
Stemberger, D. Robinson.
168 Sports
Sports 169

Bulldog players, Tom Kobayashi and Raymond
Morris show their victorious faces as they claim
the title with Cougars as Co-Champs for the
1992 Varsity Football season.
Girls Red Machine basketball team give each
other words of encouragement and prepare to
give the game their all.

Cougar baseball players warm up the benches
before a night game. (Photo by N Watkins)
A bunch of tootball players congregate out on
the held in the middle of one of the games.
(Photo by F. Westgate)
Some of the Bulldog cheerleaders reveal the
strategically placed pawprints they used to
catch the crowd's attention at a rally. (Photo
by F. Westgate)
Red Machine players wait to see if the ball will
make it through the hoop before they continue
playing. (Photo by F. Westgate)


Red Machine cheerleaders make a pyramid dur
ing the Homecoming game. (Photo by F. West-
gate)
Craig Fishbough impatiently stands on the side
lines during a game. (Photo by N. Watkins)
Red Machine players walk into the Bal;
School stadium ready to start a game
by G. Ellison)
The Cougar pep club cheers on their team as
they face the Green Devils. (Photo by F West-
gate)
The Bulldogs break through their banner val
iantly before the begin their game. (Photo by D
Keays)
Bruce Chastain shows the schedule
track team member during practice.
J. Rillamas)
Annie Wagner was ready for the
when Red Machine played the Tigers
F Westgate)

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Shawn Paeey
Thanks to my family for
putting up with me and my
inconveniences. To my
friends for being there to
dump on esp. my
self-appointed "big brother,
Carlos. Most of all, to
Shawn, for loving me in
spite of myself. -Cathy
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Mom, Dad, Drew, DeeAnna, Grandmom Dee and Grandpop Ed
Congratulations Robbie !
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams !
Love, Mom, Dad and Angie
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177

Class of 1993
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Management Company
772 X La Boca Road
52-2807
Balboa, Ancon, R.P,
28-1483

CHADWICK TRAVEL SERVICE
Congratulations to the class of 1993
Y.M.C.A. Bldg., Balboa, Panama
Fax 28-1409
52-2742 52-2789 52-2972
Branch
Albrook Mall
86-3180
Branch
Howard Mall
84-4880
GENOA DE VIAJES
CororffDnltan
TRAVEL AGENCY
Congratulates the Balboa High School
Class of 93
and we encourage you all to
continue achieving
^Qpplness, wealth and success.
Gordon Dalton Travel Agency, with 23 years
of experience gives you the best rates to
any part of the world.
We count with the modern SODA System
(System One Direct Access), computcred system that
permits our personnel, highly qualified, to effect
and confirm Immediately your reservations.
Tel. 52-5132
28-2555
Fax 28-1877
Jour$
Congratulations to the class of Ci3)!
Magic Tours Corporation, your neighbor,
is at your service for all your travel
needs in Panama and around the world.
***Special Student Air Fares***
VISIT US AT LA CASITA
Located on Roosevelt Ave. (after BHS
and behind the Balboa Stadium).
Telephone Numbers:
32-5836 / 5841 / 5842
Para tu sed
de aventura
y para tu sed de nuevos conocimientos,
metas y xitos, ¡nadie como t!
Felicidades Promocin '92: Les espera
un nuevo horizonte y oportunidades...
para tu sed!
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ANNIE WAGNER
WERE SO PROUD OF YOU,
DAD, MOM AND VAN

Break a Leg
Erin!!
Love,
Mom, Dad, Dad, Melinda & Derek

Congratulations
Balboa High School
Ft. Clayton Bldg. 147
LOVE THAT CHICKEH?
SPICY MILD
AMERICA'S FRIED CHICKEN CHAMP.!
182

Rate 6ears
May the road rise up
to meet you
May the wind be
always at your back
May the sun shine
warm upon your face
and rains fall soft
upon your fields
And until we meet again
May God hold you in
the hollow of His hand.
An old Irish Blessing
Fe. (Suerte y Amor, Mom y (Shauna
183

CoHgtfatwHi Tafia!
For all that you were,
are, and will become we're
proud of you always.
Love,
Dad, Mom, & Meaghen
Pathick Bead
184

Emma and Caroline
Congratulations You Did It!
All our love and support is with you in the future.
Love,
Love,
Mom,
Mom, Dad,
Dad,
Huggins,
William
Charles,
Mary
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Congratulations to the 1993 graduates and friends of
the Physics Lunch Time and0ver Time regulars.
Keep up your straightforwardness and positiveness
towards the new; it may be the star that can guide
your triumph.
MR. & MRS. HASEBE
CONGRATULATIONS RYOICHI!
Keep up the hard work.
We know you will reach your dreams.
Gambate!!
Wherever you are and whatever you do,
we love you.
Otosan, Okasan & Yoske
Calle 50
64-3377
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36-3355
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186

Did you know?
Since the time you were little and
now that you're grown,
Did you feel all the love and the
pride that we've known?
From your sharing of problems and
shouts of delight,
To your innermost feelings of
what's wrong and what's right.
We've watched you win victories
and cried with you too
and while sharing those moments
the time quickly flew
Here now we are at your graduation
day and wondering exactly how
we'd like to say
We're so proud of you Lee
and that feeling grows stronger
From now til tomorrow and oh so
much longer
Our pride, love and happiness we
want you to know
So you'll never have to say why
didn't I knowI
Love you,
Dad, Mom, Kris, Bonny and your
Grandparents
You've caught air-now let's
watch you soar!
187

Jennifer Lee Scruggs
Congratulations! Mom, Dad, Ricky, & Mopsie
If only you could know
how wonderful it is
to have a daughter like you.
It's always meant so much to me
to see your smile,
to listen to your ideas,
to watch you grow and learn
and become your own person.
If only you could realize
how many special memories
you've made for me .
how many times
I've been so proud to say,
"That's my daughter..."
You're such an important part of my
life, and I just want
to tell you once again
how much I'll always love you.
188

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ALISON HOWARD
The skys the limit! Congratulations and Love from Mom and Dad, C.J. and Kimi

BETTY MEYERS
Mom, Dad, Robert & John
Congratulations
We love you
and
wish you the most!
190

Victoria...
As you commence your adult life, Always remember that we are here for you, just as we have been all
these years. Your smile lit up our world when you were bom, and it still does now. We have done so
much growing up together, you have taught us more than you will ever know and have opened doors we
would have never looked through. You have provided us with an understanding of life, that before you,
we never knew. For this we thank you. Now we must learn to let go, to trust you to take care of
yourself. If you can love yourself as much as we have loved you and accept yourself as the wonderful,
unique person that you are, then, we can step aside in peace knowing you are in good hands...your own.
With much love always,
Your Parents
Congratulations Tori
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192

Congratulations Millie
You have given us more happiness
than we could have ever dreamed of.
We are very proud of you and all
that you have accomplished.
We wish you only the best!
Love you so very much!
Mom, Dad, Melissa and Jessica
Panama Canal Federation of Teachers
Congratulates the Class of 93
Sandra Milagros Nevarez
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Love Always Your Families
Stay Happy
Keep
Smiling
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the Memories
Natalie
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Manzanares, Luis 86
Marotta, Jesse P. 60
Marquardt, Douglas C. 61, 133, 140,
144
Marquez, Gustavo A. 39
Marribitt, Ami L. 61
Martinelli, Carlos H. 61
Martinelli, Juan A. 39
Martinez, Juan C. 87, 144, 150
Marinez, Raul M. 87, 168
Martinez, V. 150
Marx, Angela M. 5, 61, 87, 129, 133,
139
Marx, Brandyn D. 82, 155
Mason, Chanda I. 95
Matheney, Audra A. 61
Mathews, J. 153
Mattingly, Shanna M. 61
Maxwell, H. 162
McAuliffe, Stephen S. 87
McConaughey, Ryan D. 61
McCormick, Jennifer S. 95
McCoy, Michelle L. 39, 144
McDonald, Brandi E. 39
McFarlane, Clement S. Jr. 61, 134
McGregor, Johnnie 102, 103
McGuinness, Janelle E. 14, 87, 93,
153, 162
McGuinness, Lauren 162
McGuinness, Samuel A. Jr. 95, 165
McKay, Milton 61,
McKee, Scott G. 87
McKelvey, Wendy M. 87, 95
McNeil, Oscar 87
McQueen, Danielle M. 39
McWhorter, Daphne D. 61
Medina, Kelvin M. 87
Meredith, Ikishara M. 87
Merkel, Ian A. 39, 127
Merkel, Stacey A. 87, 127
Merriweather, William C. Jr. 42, 64,
144
Meyer, Karen D. 61
Meyers, Alberta T. 42, 146, 167
Meyers, Sharlene 14
Michel, Timothy B. 29, 42
Miller, John M. Jr. 87, 165, 169
Miller, Nichelle M. 61
Mills, Dean A. 42, 128, 129, 134, 139,
146
Minn, Ryan B. 82
Mishiro, Kayoe 42, 167
Mishler, Justin D. 42
Mishra, Vandana 87
Mitcham, Thomas T. 61, 127, 134
Mitchell, Joanne 103
Mizrachi, Michelle 42, 129, 131, 141,
146, 207
Modelo, Candy M. 42, 133, 129
Modelo, Roberto F. 87
Moffit, Dave 155, 169
Molina, Rina R. 42
Monaghan, Paula M. 87
Monlouis, Wilma 103
Montagne, Karin A. 87
Montalvo, Jahaira 61
Moore, William Thomas 61, 75
Morales, Patricia 105
Moran, Nishawne J. 61, 127, 139
Moreno, Aneris 87
Movero, Randy 87
Morgan, Michael G. 42, 122, 150, 169
Morris, Eric A. 42
Morris, Kenneth H. Jr. 88
Morris, Raymond H. 18, 23, 42, 144,
156

Morrison, Christopher S. 88, 129,
139, 168
Morrison, Veronica L. 61, 73, 129
Moss, Leah E. 61
Mourning-Young, Rory D. 88
Moyers, Erika I. 42
Munoz, Stephanie M. 61, 127, 156
Myatt, Luchaniya A. 95
Myers, Kimberlyn L. 88
Myers, Sharlene L. 42
Myles, Torric T. 42
Myrick-Reese Brent a. 88, 129,
Myrick, Trinity L. 48
N
Nakagawa, Yoko 42
Nandwani, Rajesh U. 88, 129, 167
Nassiff, Nicole M. 61, 127, 131, 163
Nathan, Nakisha M. 85, 88
Navarro, Norma I. 42, 139
Navicky, Michael E. 88, 94, 150
Neal, Jonathan T. 13, 88, 129, 131,
133, 140
Nealy, Louise M. 61
Nelson, Talisa A. 88, 144
Nessler, Ronda L. 42, 53
Nevarez, Sandra M. 42, 131, 133, 140
Nevm, Gregory S. 61, 64, 144
Nicholls, Wesley A. 61
Nickisch, Anthony D. 88, 150
Nieves, Nayda J. 61, 150, 162
Nieves, Robert 150
Nolan, Richard T. 88, 134
Nolte, Khristine D. 88, 154
Norman, Daniel A. 88, 165, 169
Norman, Peter J. 61, 165
Norton, Tara M. 43, 98, 155, 184
Numata, Chieko 43, 139
Nunan, Jodie M. 48, 113
Nunez, Alicia II
Nunez, Armando M. 43
o
Oakley, Dielta S. 21, 43
Obert, Lionel A. 43
Olandese, Kevin A. 43, 71, 135, 129,
134, 141
Olivares, Lee 82
Olivares, Joseph J. 61, 127, 168, 169
Oliver, Montie C. Jr. 88, 144
Ollendick, Henry 0. 61, 127
Orande, Luis A. 61
Orillac, Alberto E. 88
Ortiz, Agustin J. 95
Ortiz, Brenda L. 61
Ortiz, Jose A. 88, 89, 139
Ortiz, Patricia E. 20, 21, 43
Ortiz, Tanja M. 19, 61
Osorio, Javier 95
Ostrander Ruth-Ann 89, 127
Othon, Joan 101, 129
Oura, Midori 61, 167
P
Padilla, Daniel 61
Padilla, Jose A. 43, 144, 150
Page, Andrew H. 89, 167, 129, 139
Pai, Ching I. 43
Palacio, Juan C. 95, 139
Palumbo, Luke Sr. 10
Paredes, Leonardo 95, 144
Park, Yong Suk 43, 131, 146, 129,
139
Parsons, Gregory E. 43, 111, 120
Patty, Shawn B. 8, 15, 43, 78, 118,
134, 145, 146
Patty, Stan 119
Paulsrud, Nina 155
Pearce, Margarita C. 43, 127, 151
Pedersen, Jean P. 89
Pedersen, Robert F. 26, 27, 43, 120
Penkoske, Jessica R. 61, 129, 131,
133, 155
Peoples, Joseph R.A. 43
Peoples, Lateefah K. 89
Perot, Ross 111
Peterson, A. 169
Peterson, Daniel A. 48, 54
Peterson, Deanna 101, 114
Peterson, Jerrone J. 89
Petrosky, Dana L. 43
Petrucci, Mindy B. 43, 117, 129, 167
Pettaway, Sommer M. 89
Phelps, Shanna M. 61, 82
Pierce, Brian E. 95, 134
Pierre, Katherine L. 19, 61, 144, 156
Pinto, Gabriela A. 18, 20, 43, 73, 127,
146
Pinto, Sergio 129, 150
Pitts, Meredith N. 89
Plant, Jeremy P. 13
Poggenpohl, Ryan D. 61, 67, 156
Pohl, William H. 61, 127
Poore, Catherine M. 43
Posey, Jane M. 89, 127, 155
Poveda, Carlos A. Jr. 61,127,129
Powell, Luke E. 95, 144, 150
Pownall, Jill E. 89
Pratt, Amber 155
Pratt, Patrick G. Jr. 43, 53, 146, 158
Price, Jerome O. 62, 16, 17
Profis, Nicole L.K. 62, 66, 75, 127,
129, 133
Propst, Michelle M. 44, 131, 133,
207, 129
Q
Quinlan, Jessica D. 31, 89, 129
Quinn, Larry 98
Quinn, Tyler Ross 28, 29, 62, 129,
131
R
Ragsdale, Jimmy L. 89
Ratliff, Heidi M. 62, 75
Reese, Wilbert 89, 144
Renfro, Misty D. 44, 134, 150
Reyes, Robert F. 14, 62, 150
Rhoden, E. 150
Richards, Alfredo S. 14, 15, 44
Rigby, Catherine E. 8, 44, 55,78, 122,
127, 134, 139, 141, 146
Riley, Christopher J. 62, 169
Riley, D. 139
Rillamas, Joseph D. 20, 44, 129, 146,
167
Ries, Latoya T. 62
Rios, Osiris L. 89
Ritchie, B. 163
Rivas, Peter A. Ill 62, 150
Rivera, Carmen E. 62, 134
Rivera, Glenn 89, 134, 139
Rivera, Ivan A. 48
Rivera, Hector M. Jr. 44
Rivera, Prxedes 89
Rivera, Ricardo A. 48
Rivera, Robert A. 44
Rivera, Roberto 44, 144
Rivera-Rosa, Isamari 89
Roa, Laura 12, 105, 126
Roach, Armando A. 44, 71
Roach, Jeniffer 63
Roach, Jhomahara L. 44
Roach, Thamahara 89
Roberts, Todd R. 19
Robinson, Dalila D. 44, 127, 169
Robinson, Joniseff M. 62, 144
Robinson, Noni N. 3, 9, 14, 15, 44,
48, 102, 109, 110, 145, 154
Robison, Michael R. 44, 165, 169
Rodaniche, Evan 26
Rodriguez, Roberto A. Jr. 14
Rodriguez-Mesa, Ivan 29, 62, 65, 112,
126, 127, 130, 139, 167
Roas, Elisa M. 62, 127, 131, 133,
155, 162
Rojo, Tirzo D. 153
Romagnoli, Ingrid L. 62
Roman, Daniel Y. 44
Roner, Helmut F. 44
Roscoe, Jill D. 44, 131
Roscoe, Mark D. 150
Rose, Angela M. 48
Rowley, Brian T. 62, 150, 169
Rowley, Derek D. 62
Royo, Carlos E. 20, 84
Royo, Tanya 14
Ruiz, Doris M. 44
Ruiz, Minolka 44
Ruiz, Wendy A. 62, 167
Ruiz, Yasier I. 44, 144
Rutledge, Timothy C. 44
Ryan, Lawrence J. 45
Rye, D. 150
Ryley, Shane P. 95
Salterio, Ricardo A. 62, 169
Samaniego, Esky J. 45, 165
Sanchez, Efrain E. 62, 139
Sanchez, Kara E. 45
Santa, Eileen J. 155
Santa, Rosa Teresa 45
Santana, Bernardo III 62, 144
Santiago, Laura 45
Sasso, Lisa 10, 150
Squire, Desiree 155
Schepper, Jeffrey M. 63, 165
Schepper, Lisa M. 45
Schnack, Ernesto 26, 62, 129, 131,

134, 139
Schulman, Lauren C. 45, 131, 140,
168
Schulz, Mane A. 8, 12, 17, 18, 62, 67,
129, 131, 145, 146
Schulz, Wilford 8, 26
Scott, Shawn K. 62, 144, 168
Scribner, Emma T. 45, 131
Scruggs, Hugh F. II 91
Scruggs, Jennifer L. 45
Seales, Jason A. 45, 144
Sears, Katherine T. 45, 116, 131, 133,
183
Segura, Laura 18, 20, 30, 45, 131,
146, 166, 167
Seitz, David 98, 105, 114, 131, 141
Seitz, Katherine 8, 9
Seitz, Mayra 98, 131
ySeppy, Morgan 62, 133, 139
Serrano, Francisco T. 93
Severson, Judy 105, 145
Shadeck, Karen G. 45, 131, 333
Shaha, Benjamin J. 45, 140, 150
Shaha, Joseph W. 62
Shaw, Tanaiya R. 62
Sheets, Christopher 91, 144
Sherfey, Catherine D. 91
Sherrod, Aisha L. 45
Sherry, Ana L. 62, 64, 127
Shie, Amy C. 62
Shirley, David W. 63, 144
Shorter, William D. 91
Siddiqi, Ajsheen A. 45, 146, 129
Silvera, Marioly M. 91
Simmons, Matthew D. 91, 169
Sima, D.L. 169
Simon, J. 150
Singh, Harna K. 91
Singh, Ryan J. 62
Singleton, Mellany 11, 48, 155
Sirias, Isbel A. 91
Skinner, Jamal S. 91
Skousgard, Ingrid 168
Small, Erika E. 62, 127
Smart, Jenell L. 86, 91, 94, 145
Smart, Kathia L. 48
Smith, Aaron L. 91
Smith, Angely M, 91
Smith, Bryan J. 45, 150, 168
Smith, Enrique R. 62
Smith, Kenneth J. 62, 67, 144
Smith, Kimberly N. 48, 73
Smith, Latoya N. 95,144
Smith, Leovihilda A. 92
Smith, Richard W. 45
Snyder, Jennifer M. 48
Sokol, Hemda M. 92
Sosa, Alejandro A. Jr. 64, 92, 127,
129, 139
Sosa, Rita 101, 105, 114, 115
Sponberg, Carol 104
Sprague, Devon 91, 151
Sprague, Drake K. 29, 63, 65, 125,
131, 134, 146
Spratling Valerye M. 62, 131, 155
Spurlock, Amanda C. 20, 21, 62, 127,
131, 167
Squire, Desiree A. 11, 62, 149
Stader, David B. 45, 156
Staha, Jessica A. 14, 62, 127, 129,
131,146
Staha, Mariette 105
Starnes, Erine M. 45, 116, 131
Stanchfield, Renea C. 46
Stanford, Eddie G. 62, 150, 154
Starks, Robinn R. 92
Staton, Anthony A. 46
Steinbarger, Maylinn M. 85, 92, 169
Stephens, Omar M. 46
Stephenson, Hashim K. 92
Sterf, Crystal S. 63
Sterling, A. 150
Stewart, Renee H. 63
Straub, Tyson A. 46
Strokes, C. 153, 163
Sween, Rhoda V. 92
Sweeney, Matthew A. 63, 92
Sweeney, Ryan 29, 165
Swnety, Brian M. 150
Swistak, Brandon J. 92, 150
Sylvester, Alyson M. 92, 133
Syrdahl, Kan M. 62
Szymanski, Jenilee A. 10, 62, 129,
131
T
Tagaropulos, Kathia 92
Takahasi, Dai 46
Tapanes, Carlos M. 62, 134, 139, 144
Tapia, Sebastian F. 92
Tate, Johanna N. 62
Taylor, Constance S. 46
Taylor, M. 167
Taylor, R. 153
Terrell, Doris M. 46
Terrell, Joseph 92
Tejada, Adrian M. 92, 156
Tejada, Maria 105
Thale, Bruce 71, 71, 106, 115, 116
Thames, Aaron C. 92
Thomas, Jennifer D. 62
Thomas, Toumam T. 63
Thompson, Christina 46, 54, 71, 153,
162
Thompson, Derrick D. 46, 144, 153
Thompson, Heather A. 62, 146, 167
Thompson, Jaqueline M. 46
Thompson, Jesse C. Ill 5, 63, 144
Thompson, John E. Jr. 63
Tisby, Kathy R. 92, 95
Tola, Martha S. 63
Toney, Jomoore K. 63, 165
Torres, Marlon I. 48
Torres-irizarry, Samuel 46, 110, 127
Toth, Daniel M. 12, 13, 46, 176
Traywick, Nathan E. 18, 63, 133
Trembly, Hellen 10, 46, 54, 150
Trippany, Suzanne 63, 127
Truchsess, Michelle R. 92
Tulk, Gregory 92, 144
Tunon, Marcia 63, 144
Tunon, Yessica 46
Twohy, Henry B. Ill 63, 153
Tyner, Ed 106
u
Uhorchak, Vanessa L. 20, 63, 67, 127,
131,145, 163
Ullrich, Jennifer L. 63, 70, 131, 133,
129
Underwood, Quint P. 46, 114, 129
Unger, Shem D. 26, 63, 127, 129,
131,133, 140
Upton, Melissa A. 63, 95, 144
Urnola, Annelle 20, 21, 91, 92, 127
Usera, Anthony C. 16, 63, 131, 134,
153
V
Valdilles, Tabitha I. 92,167
Valencia, Gabriela 63, 146
Vanairsdale, Brian W. 92, 94, 167
Vanderwall, Karl R. 46
Vasquez, Maria C. 92, 144
Vasquez, Michelle A. 95
Vasquez, Mildred A. 63
Vaughn, Michael J. 46, 156
Vaz, Carlos 20, 106, 126, 127
Vega, C. 139
Vega, Lynnette M. 46
Velazquez, Damaris M. 46
Velez, Gloria 92, 155
Vergara, Luis F. 92
Versailles, Michelle C. 63, 139
Vidaurri, Alexis S. 87, 92, 129, 162,
165
Vidmha, Andrew G. 92
Villareal, Gerardo 63
Von Hollen, Lance C. 31, 63, 66, 150
w
Wagner, Ann F. 46, 131, 129, 155
Wagner, Robert Van 92, 167
Wall, Cheryl 12, 106
Walker, Shane C. 47, 75, 110, 129,
134
Walters, Jamie D. 47, 133, 167
Wandwam, R. 139
Wantanabe, A. 167
Wantanabe, Riuw 63, 153, 169
Waugh, Kenneth 12, 48, 107
Ward, Carlton Jr. 95
Ward, Rossaue J. 47, 54
Warner, Nijah V. 92
Washington 155
Watkins, Natalie E. 47, 55, 134, 146,
151
Watkins, Wayne M. 92
Waugh, Kenneth 102, 113, 114, 140
Wead, M. 150
Weatherby, Samuel C. 92
Webb, Marianna C. 47
Webb, Melissa S. 47, 122, 123, 127,
150
Webly, Sonia 106
Weeks, Edgar H. 63
Weeks, Jackeline A. 63, 64, 127, 131,
139, 146
Welch, Lottie I. 47
Wells, Stacey L. 47, 129, 145
Wemhoener-Cuite, Benjamin 63
Wemhoener-Cuite, Brynn K. 95
West, Richard Jr. 86, 95
Westgate, Frank 12, 20, 47,127, 129,
146
Wheeler, D. 150, 169
White, Adam J. 47
White, Dottie 106, 120
White, Dwight C. Jr. 92, 169
Wilder, Katherine L. 14, 15, 93, 150
Williams, Cecilio 106

Williams, Harry L. 48
Williams, Jessie A. 92
Williams, Reynaldo 47, 150
Williams, Robert C. 92, 150, 168
Williams, Tamiko M. 47
Williams, Tanya R. 47
Williams, Tarji T. 92
Williford, John M. 28, 29, 47
Wilson, James J. 63
Wilson, Russell W. 63, 153
Wilson, Troy M. 47, 168
Wing, Michael J. 47, 117, 131
Wing, William P. Jr. 14, 28, 63, 65,
127
Winkler, Wendy 153, 161
Wolf, Jaime 63
Wolf, Raquel I. 63, 127, 150
Womble, Michelle T. 95, 155
Worcester, Marcus J. 63, 131
Worthington, Charles A. 92, 132, 133
Wright, Jonathan 0. 63
Wu, Li Chuan 92
Wu, Wai Fee 63
Yanez, Dilcia Y. 63, 129, 133, 146
Yano, Naomi 93
Young, David 98, 106, 127
Young, Jennifer 63
Yu, Chung-Dar 63
Zafrani, Arie 47
Zapata, Oscar G. 63
Zayas, Oskar H. 93, 144, 167
Zimmerman, Daniel 12, 13, 4, 1347
Zornes, Joseph R. 63, 134, 150, 153

BALBOA HI
On February 17, 1993 three special
visitors came to Balboa High School.
These three women were no strangers
to BHS. Each of these ladies are
graduates of the Class of 43. Imagine,
they came back to visit their alma
mater after 50 years. Of course they
have visited Panama before now, but
they wanted to make a trip to BHS
this year to commemorate their 50th
High School Graduation experience.
Mrs. Betty Chan, Mrs. Diane Yost,
and Mrs. Isabel Zemer are the three
special women who graced our halls
this past February. The Zonian staff
and Class of 1993 salute them for
making our yearbook an even more
special photo essay of Balboa High
School because we have a memory to
share of their time with us.
Thats what's great about living in
this beautiful country and going to
BHS. People make our memories fond
and when we return to our "roots", it
brings back all the nostalgia of a time
of freedom, fun, and friendships. We
here in the Zonian room hope you
have enjoyed looking over your past
year at BHS and we wish we could
come back 50 years from now, as
these special ladies did, and visit the
hallowed halls of BHS.


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Vol. 84 of the ZONIAN was printed by Jostens Printing and Publishing
Division at their Visalia, CA plant. The Jostens Representatives were
Floyd Moore and Ron Buda. The plant Consultant was Gil Quesado.
The trim size of the book is 8.5 x 11. The book contains 208 pages,
which are Smythe Sewn. The stock is 80# 191 gloss paper, printed in
black ink. The primary typeface used throughout the book is News
Gothic condensed. The cover is an original design by Drake Sprague. It
is custom screened. The book is white with applied colors of blue, red,
yellow, and green. The yellow endsheets are printed with original
artwork in black ink. Portrait work was provided by Calvo Studio. The
tuxes were provided by the Pacific Theatre Arts Centre. The candid
shots were taken by student Photographers, all of which were
developed and printer in the school darkroom. The 1993 ZONIAN had a
run of 400 copies. These copies sold for $45 each. An optinal plastic
dust cover and extra autograph pages were offered for $1 each. A
current events tip-in for Jostens was also included. The book cost
apiroximately$25,000. This figure includes Photographic expenditures.
Special Thanks
Mrs. Manchester Mr. Holland
Mr. Young
Mrs. White
Ms. Dee
Mr. Hpwell
Mr. bales
Mrs.Sponberg
Mr. Anderson
Mrs. Hunt
Candy Modelo
D.L Sima
PCC Graphics
Branch
All advertisers
1993 senior class
Parents of Zonian
Staff
Pacific Theatre
Arts Centre
Tropic Times
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Michelle Mizrachi and Michelle Propst, prepare
for their debate. Mr Howell's AP English class
spent a week doing them. (Photo by C. Rigby)
Some of the Red Machine girls get ready for a
shot from the foul line. (Photo by F. Westgate)
Craig Fishbough is stopped by a teammate who
wants to ask him a question. Baseball season is
later on in the school year. (Photo by N. Wat
kins.)
A group of soccer fans sit out at the bleachers.
Girls soccer occurs after second quarter
(Photo by F. Westgate)
The Bulldogs and Cougars meet out on the field
This year the teams played hard in order to win
(Photo by D. Keays)
"Now that the year
is almost over, I feel
like the world is cav
ing in on me because
I'll be a senior next
year and I don't
know what college to
go to," said Monique
Carbonell
Students hang around after school waiting for
the bus. Many BHS students get involved in ex
tra-curriculare activities. (Photo by S. Patty)
Hs the year draws to a dose,
thoughts turn toward prom; vol-
leyball season; and for seniors, gradua
tion. While the underclassmen struggled
along with CTBS testing, the seniors en-
joyed their Skip Days. Juniors move on
to plan for college and look forward to a
relaxing senior year. Sophomores pre
pare to make the most of the summer
and the faculty look forward to a break
from teaching restless kids. People will
move on in their lives. Even so, BHS will
open it's doors for a new year before you
even know it.
206 1 Closing
Closing (207

his year
I marks the
50th anniver
sary of the main
building. The
front of the
school has un
dergone many
changes since it
was rebuilt.
Closing
1992-1993. In a
panoramic view of thf
front of fhe school, we see BHS' newes
look. Balboa's pedestal still stands and thi
front windows have changed. (Photo by G
Dee)












Morrison, Christopher S. 88, 129,
139, 168
Morrison, Veronica L. 61, 73, 129 Moss, Leah E. 61 Mourning-Young, Rory D. 88 Moyers, Erika 1. 42 Munoz, Stephanie M. 61, 127, 156 Myatt, Luchaniya A. 95 Myers, Kimberlyn L. 88 Myers, Sharlene L. 42 Myles, Torric T. 42 Myrick-Reese Brent a. 88, 129, Myrick, Trinity L. 48


Olivares, Lee 82 Olivares, Joseph J. 61, 127, 168, 169 Oliver, Montie C. Jr. 88, 144 Ollendick, Henry 0. 61, 127 Orande, Luis A. 61 Orillac, Alberto E. 88 Ortiz, Agustin J. 95 Ortiz, Brenda L. 61 Ortiz, Jose A. 88, 89, 139 Ortiz, Patricia E. 20, 21, 43 Ortiz, Tanja M. 19, 61 Osorio, Javier 95 Ostrander Ruth-Ann 89, 127 Othon, Joan 101, 129 Oura, Midori 61, 167


Plant, Jeremy P. 13 Poggenpohl, Ryan D. 61, 67, 156 Pohl, William H. 61, 127 Poore, Catherine M. 43 Posey, Jane M. 89, 127, 155 Poveda, Carlos A. Jr. 61, 127, 129 Powell, Luke E. 95, 144, 150 Pownall, Jill E. 89 Pratt, Amber 155 Pratt, Patrick G. Jr. 43, 53, 146, 158 Price, Jerome 0. 62, 16, 17 Profis, Nicole L.K. 62, 66, 75, 127,
129, 133
Propst, Michelle M. 44, 131, 133,
207, 129


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Nakagawa, Yoko 42 Nandwani, Rajesh U. 88, 129, 167 Nassiff, Nicole M. 61, 127, 131, 163 Nathan, Nakisha M. 85, 88 Navarro, Norma 1. 42, 139 Navicky, Michael E. 88, 94, 150 Neal, Jonathan T. 13, 88, 129, 131,
133, 140
Nealy, Louise M. 61 Nelson, Talisa A. 88, 144 Nessler, Ronda L. 42, 53 Nevarez, Sandra M. 42, 131, 133, 140 Nevin, Gregory S. 61, 64, 144 Nicholls, Wesley A. 61 Nickisch, Anthony D. 88, 150 Nieves, Nayda J. 61, 150, 162 Nieves, Robert 150 Nolan, Richard T. 88, 134 Nolte, Khristine D. 88, 154 Norman, Daniel A. 88, 165, 169 Norman, Peter J. 61, 165 Norton, Tara M. 43, 98, 155, 184 Numata, Chieko 43, 139 Nunan, Jodie M. 48, 113 Nunez, Alicia 11 Nunez, Armando M. 43


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Oakley, Dielta S. 21, 43 Obert, Lionel A. 43 Olandese, Kevin A. 43, 71, 135, 129,
134, 141


Padilla, Daniel 61 Padilla, Jose A. 43, 144, 150 Page, Andrew H. 89, 167, 129, 139 Pai, Ching 1. 43 Palacio, Juan C. 95, 139 Palumbo, Luke Sr. 10 Paredes, Leonardo 95, 144 Park, Yong Suk 43, 131, 146, 129,
139
Parsons, Gregory E. 43, 111, 120 Patty, Shawn B. 8, 15, 43, 78, 118,
134, 145, 146 Patty, Stan 119 Paulsrud, Nina 155 Pearce, Margarita C. 43, 127, 151 Pedersen, Jean P. 89 Pedersen, Robert F. 26, 27, 43, 120 Penkoske, Jessica R. 61, 129, 131,
133, 155
Peoples, Joseph R.A. 43 Peoples, Lateefah K. 89 Perot, Ross 111 Peterson, A. 169 Peterson, Daniel A. 48, 54 Peterson, Deanna 101, 114 Peterson, Jerrone J. 89 Petrosky, Dana L. 43 Petrucci, Mindy B. 43, 117, 129, 167 Pettaway, Sommer M. 89 Phelps, Shanna M. 61, 82 Pierce, Brian E. 95, 134 Pierre, Katherine L. 19, 61, 144, 156 Pinto, Gabriela A. 18, 20, 43, 73, 127,
146
Pinto, Sergio 129, 150 Pitts, Meredith N. 89


Quinlan, Jessica D. 31, 89, 129 Quinn, Larry 98 Quinn, Tyler Ross 28, 29, 62, 129,
131


Ragsdale, Jimmy L. 89 Ratliff, Heidi M. 62, 75 Reese, Wilbert 89, 144 Renfro, Misty D. 44, 134, 150 Reyes, Robert F. 14, 62, 150 Rhoden, E. 150 Richards, Alfredo S. 14, 15, 44 Rigby, Catherine E. 8, 44, 55, 78, 122,
127, 134, 139, 141, 146 Riley, Christopher J. 62, 169 Riley, D. 139 Rillamas, Joseph D. 20, 44, 129, 146,
167
Rines, Latoya T. 62 Rios, Osiris L. 89 Ritchie, B. 163 Rivas, Peter A. 111 62, 150 Rivera, Carmen E. 62, 134 Rivera, Glenn 89, 134, 139 Rivera, Ivan A. 48 Rivera, Hector M. Jr. 44 Rivera, Praxedes 89 Rivera, Ricardo A. 48 Rivera, Robert A. 44


Rivera, Roberto 44, 144 Rivera-Rosa, Isamari 89 Roa, Laura 12, 105, 126 Roach, Armando A. 44, 71 Roach, Jeniffer 63 Roach, Jhomahara L. 44 Roach, Thamahara 89 Roberts, Todd R. 19 Robinson, Dalila D. 44, 127, 169 Robinson, Joniseff M. 62, 144 Robinson, Noni N. 3, 9, 14, 15, 44,
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Rojas, Elisa M. 62, 127, 131, 133,
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Rojo, Tirzo D. 153 Romagnoli, Ingrid L. 62 Roman, Daniel Y. 44 Roner, Helmut F. 44 Roscoe, Jill D. 44, 131 Roscoe, Mark D. 150 Rose, Angela M. 48 Rowley, Brian T. 62, 150, 169 Rowley, Derek D. 62 Royo, Carlos E. 20, 84 Royo, Tanya 14 Ruiz, Doris M. 44 Ruiz, Minolka 44 Ruiz, Wendy A. 62, 167 Ruiz, Yasier I. 44, 144 Rutledge, Timothy C. 44 Ryan, Lawrence J. 45 Rye, D. 150 Ryley, Shane P. 95


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in step with tradition




An eager crowd watches Mr. Thale clean the
senior plaque. Earlier in the year seniors voted for
the teacher they most wanted to see doing this.
(Photo by C. Rigby)



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Parents gather for "lunch." At Bach To School
Night, held Sept. 9th, parents followed their
htds schedules to attend 10 mm. "classes" to
meet the teachers. (Photo by R. Hines.)

Melanie Cooper awaits her turn to walk the
"runway." At the annual Halloween Contest,
held on the front lawn, students came to show
off their costumes and take a shot at the $100
prize. (Photo by D. Mills)




Seniors wait patiently to speak. At Orientation
Day. representatives from various clubs and ac-
tivities welcomed new students to 8HS and en-
couraged them to join an activity. (Photo by C
R'gby)




Greg Nevins pays for his lunch in the cafeteria
Most students who stayed on campus through
lunch opted for lunch in the cafeteria. (Photo
by G Ellison)







Opening



Prescott Bush lectured at the BHS library early
in the year campaigning for his brother, George
Bush. (Photo by C. Rigby)



Senior class president, Noni Robinson cuts cake
for hungry classmates at the senior reception.
(Photo by D. Mills)




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oing to school in Panama isn't
quite the same experience as
going to school stateside is. Here the
"snow" days may be replaced by "demon"
stration" days. Our daily schedules may
be contigent upon the current Personnel
Movement Limitation (PML). Muggy tropi-
cal weather is the norm. Despite the differ-
ences some things will never change
breezeway pizza sales, underclassmen
cleaning the senior plaque, and Mr. Hol-
land making the rounds at lunch munching
on his popcorn. Although we adapt to
changes, we still stay In Step With Tradi-
tion.

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Desiree Ellis practices her flute at orchestra re-
hearsals. Orchestra is one of the activities pur-
sued by BHS students. (Photo by C. Rigby)




Some students hang around in the career cen
ter Mrs. White's room was usually a good plac
to hang out in. (Photo by C. Rigby)



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scared to be
a senior
because I
don't want
to grow up
and become
and adult
and do
adult-type
things."

Nancy

Henderson

(senior)



Jesse Thompson waits around after school for
his ride home. (Photo by S. Patty)




Rosa Malave gets her order of fries in the cafe-
teria Lots of students ate lunch in the cafete-
ria (Photo by C Rigby)



Ryochi Hasabe works on his Apple II gs in Mr
Thale's room. M. Thale's classes rely heavily on
the computers. (Photo by Gifford)



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P people will look for a
good time whether it's
at the homecoming rally
or Carnavalito. They will go
all out for prom willingly, yet
scrounge around for the last
dime that will enable them to
buy that candy bar down at
Oscar's.

Hanging out is always the
thing to do. Sometime in-
stead of down at Oscar's or
on the rails of the breezeway
masses of people will be
found "hanging out" in Mr.
Thale's room, in the com-
puter lab typing away in a
frenzy, or selling stuff on the
breezeway. Working through
lunch is not always fun but in
the company of friends you
can never be too sure what
will happen.



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Danny Zimmerman skates down a small hill. There
are several skaters that go to Balboa High School.
(Photo by C. McFarlane)



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Prom-Goers
Determined To



Set The
Night To Music



The night was lull ol anxieties.
"Does my hair look nice'" "Is my
bow-tie on right 7

"My head was too small and my
boutonniere kept tailing off,"
exclaimed senior. Shawn Patty. Many
students rode in style to dinner: a
limousine, a corvette, or a chiva.

"The people at the restaurant
stared at us so much I thought I'd
spilled my dinner on me. I think they
were just impressed by our tormal
attire," said senior Cathy Rigby.

Through all the hassle seniors and
luniors managed to gel lo the Amador
Officer's Club where the Prom was
held. The room was tilled with the
scent of corsages and the sound ot
romantic music The multi-colored
balloons decorated the room as well as
the streamers. "I ran out ol oxygen



trom blowing so many balloons,"
remembered |unior, Marie Schulz.
Students overcame their sheepish
ways and got on the dance floor Some



"I arrived fifteen
minutes before
Prom ended,
and I saw

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Schulz



girls decided to take oil their heels and
got down lo the music Also there
were pictures to be taken, although
many wondered why as they waited



lor the photographer to reset his
camera and repositioned them for the
zilhonth time.

"The line was soooooo long," said
Patly.

Juniors were discussing their future
senior year You could hear some
seniors talking about where to go after
prom. Some students went to
post-prom parties while others cruised
around. Some students hung around
the little couple, Caleb Bales and
Katherine Seitz. "Caleb was too
bashful to take his picture." said Mr.
Bales. All in all, the night was a big
success. Students got to relax and
enpy themselves. "I had a lot ol fun,"
said Rigby. "After the prom we drove
around before going home. I think it
was quite romantic."




Katherine Seitz and Caleb Bales prepare to
present the queen with her crown. Over
come with emotion, Caleb changed his mind
and Katherine crowned Noni Robinson on
her own. (Photo by C. Rigby)

Carlos Lam takes a break trom dancing and
sits with friends. Alter dancing most ot the
night, most people went to post-prom par-
ties or to clubs out in town (Photo by C
Rigby)



Cathy Rigby pins on Shawn Patty's bouton
mere at her house The exchange ol cor
sages and boutonmeres was a tradition ob-
served by most people (Photo by B
Rigby)



The photographer arranges Karen Eckerle
and Michael Charles tor their prom photo
A lot of people had their pictures taken at
the prom to remember it by (Photo by C
Rigby)




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A New Season
Begins As



Students Go



To Jamboree Rally



A brawn odd-shaped ball soars
through the night sky. The landscape
consists of tall, silver posts with huge,
blinding lights that outshine the stars.
The smell ol hotdogs, hamburgers, and
popcorn weaves through dozens and
dozens ol people. Popping and fizzing
of sodas is so common it goes
unnoticed Teams of green, red, light
blue, blue, and black and gold take
turns playing each other in a round
robin fashion. This is the annual
Jamboree. This annual event was
started in 1950 by Luke Palumbo Sr.
He was a football coach at Cristobal
High School. His idea came about by
watching a similar event in his home
state of Missouri.



The traditional Jamboree is a
preseason event where all the football
teams and fans get together on



"I find it odd
that the school
has four teams
instead of
one."-Ms.
McGregor



Cristobal ground to play and watch
each other before the official season
begins. This is a much anticipated




PCC Green Devils cheerleaders show
their go get em attitude by executing a
pyramid All stunts required hours ot
practice and dedication. (Photo by G.
Ellison)

Secret Service agents Tony Aird and
Mike Buchanan check out the scene
disguised as two PCC tootball players
innocently watching the pep rally
(Photo by C Rigby)



event. Not only does it start off the
football season, in a way, it starts off
the new school year. The Jamboree is
the first school sports event, and it
always offers an opportunity to meet
new friends. Also, the trip gives
everyone something to talk about at
school on Monday

Each Jamboree season, one queen
is chosen to represent each team
during the Jamboree parade and the
Jamboree game itself. This year the
queens were: Julie Church (Red
Machine), Heather Craig (Tigers),
Lisa Sasso (Bulldogs), Jenilee
Szymanski (Green Devils), and Helen
Tremblay (Cougars).



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Spooky, Kooky
Students



Haunt The
Halls At BHS



Halloween came with a variety of
events: showcase, door, and dress-up
competitions; a film festival:
fortune-telling; and a Haunt the Halls
Dance.

Fun was had most during the
Parade of Costumes at noon on
October 29th. Winning 1st place AND
the $100 prize was Danny
Zimmerman. He came as Uncle Fester
and even brought Thing.

"I can't believe you'd shave your
head for a hundred dollars . .", said
Ms. Dee when handing Zimmerman his
cash prize.

Dan Toth took second place for his
Thalean Mutant teacher costume and
hit the $50 dollar jackpot. Frank
Westgate won $25 for his
ecology- minded costume "Recycle
Man." One Honorable mention
recipient, Nichole Blanc, after strutting



her Catwoman outfit to the fudges,
uttered that she found it "a very
humbling experience."
Students were also allowed to show



"All the
decorations
looked great,"
says Melanie
Bales.



their creativity during the Door
Contest. Doors ranged from the really
cute to the psychotically deranged
Ms. Roa's door had a decapitated



Marie Antoinette and Mr. Waugh's had
a bloody, dripping cabbage patch doll
headl

"Are there no limits?" asked one
Administrator.

On Friday night, October 30th, the
2nd Annual "Haunt the Halls" Dance
came to pass. Two Juniors. Marie
Schulz and Monique Carbonell,
dressed as gypsies and told fortunes
for 25 cents. With little experience,
these two novices told over 110
fortunes.

"I see happiness and no more than
two children in your future," said
Carbonell while Schulz counteracted
that with, "Your wife will die and you
will be very sad . until you find out
she cheated on you."

Lastly the seniors managed to show
a scary film festival.




Ms. Wall talks to Erin Blagj as Esther
Downs collects tickets at the door Hallow-
een dance helped raise money tor SA.



ferry Ellingson shows a little more than po-
litical humor for Halloween. Although most
of the students preferred Bush for the pres-
idency there were also many Clinton sup-
porters.



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Students At
Homecoming



Experience
A Night To Remember



Saturday, November 7th was a
special day for BHS students. They
were dressing up in their best
clothes to go out. Girls put on
their best dresses and the guys
put their best suits on. They were
all looking forward lor the event
about to take place. At eight
o'clock people started arriving at
the Amador Otticer's Club to
celebrate Homecoming. This dance
is one ot the most important
events celebrated by the BHS
student body.

The decorations looked
fantastic according to several
people. Great creativity, effort, and
a lot of time were given by each
member of the decorating
committee to create the stage for
this exciting event.

"At least this time we had an



air pump for the balloons, not like
last year's prom where everyone
suffered from oxygen deficiency,"
said Marie Schulz (11).



"I had a really
good time at
Homecoming!"
-Robert Reyes
(Junior)



Friends caught up with the
latest gossip and shared their
adventure on how they decided
what to wear and what pains they



had to go through to pick a date.
Some students decided to show off
some new dance moves they
learned over the summer.

Then the time came to name
the court. The lucky winners this
year were Queen Noni Robinson,
King Alfredo Richards, prince Tony
Bieker, princess Caroline Hinkle,
prince Scott Leffler, princess
Sharlene Meyers, prince John
Crespo, princess Jessica Staha,
prince Billy Wing, prince Chris
Howard, princess Janelle
McGumess, prince Robert
Rodriguez, Jr., princess Katie
Wilder.

After the cheers for the selected
court members, the dance went
on. The festivities lasted till
midnight, giving each person a
wonderful memory to remember.




Robert Reyes and Tanya Royo dance the
night away Near the end ot the dance,
most people were too exhausted to keep on
moving, (Photo by C Rigby)



Rebecca Heard and Scott Leffler get their
picture taken at the dance Many couples
lined up to get a picture taken tor memo-
ry's sake (Photo by C Rigby)




Alfredo Richards and Noni Robinson take
their place at the throne. The Queen and
King were treated like royally on that spe-
cial night. (Photo by C. Rigby)



Ms. Dee explains to Katie Wilder what to do
when her name is called The Homecomin
court was nervous about their appearance,
but in the end everything worked out
(Photo by C Rigby)



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Student Life
Driver's Ed.



Drivers Ed.



The moment we all dream of .
the day we get our license. However
there is one thing that stands between
you and the steering wheel .
Driver's Ed. 01 course Driver's Ed Is
designed to teach students how to
drive safely and use caution while on
the road. The class is made up of a
written exam part and the final
practical driving test Not to forget the
ever popular obstacle course. Those
infamous orange cones have been
known to end the social lives ol many
BHS students "I killed three ol them!"
said a slightly disappointed Stacy
Boozer.

All in all the course requires you to
attend on a daily basis; view
educational driving movies, those ever
lamous and grotesque pictures Mr.



Chen keeps in the photo album, also
known as the gallery ol gore. "It
wouldn't be so bad it there weren't so



"Driver's Ed.
prepared me for
all the crazy taxi
drivers out
there. "-M. Kuo



many dismembered bodies" said
junior. Gabriela Valencia.

One last thing to remember is to be
nice to Mr. Chen. And il you're really



bad he'll be sure to take you to
Gamboa or make you go across the
bridge of the Americas for the
practical driving test! Of course there
are always nice memories like the
times when Mr. Chen tells |okes to the
class or the times when you get to use
your book on a written test. "There
are so many trick questions, that even
an open book test can be challenging,"
said, Monique Carbonell.

Then there are the tragic stones
. . like the time a new rental car had
a bumper to bumper hit with a
Mercedez! We don't want to shock you
with the aftermath Even though Mr.
Chen can be a little intimidating most
students pass the course in high
standards!




With much dexterity and skill. Jerome Price
attempts to weaver through the cones in



Marie Schulz awakes and finds herself in
strange surroundings Untortunately. not all



reverse Most students had to practice a lot ol Mr. Chen's graduating students followed
in order to avoid killing the cones. (Photo the rules of the road. (Photo by M. Carbon




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Oops! Jerome Price accidentally knocks
over a cone. Me realized all to late that Mr.
Chen's wrath could be more than harsh
(Photo by M. Schulz)



Tony Usera waits for the late bus after a
grueling day at Driver's Ed. Most students
took the class because they wanted their
own transportation. (Photo by C. Rigby)



Mr. Chen calmly supervises Jerome Price's
car to make sure it's far enough away from
the cones The final driving test was always
a challenge (Photo by M Schulz)



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A Day In The
Lives Of



Everyday
BHS Students



The Corner Crew gossips about the morn-
ing's events. "Oscar's" was the typical
hangout for most Balboa High School stu-
dents. (Photo by M. Schulz)



Stress is emotional or intellectual
strain, or tension. This emotion affects
all students and teachers at some
point in the year. Stress can occur
when you have too much going on in
your lite. For example, stress can be
caused by taking a lot ol hard courses
that demand a lot ot your time to do
homework and little time tor anything
else. Some student's stress period last
lor days, weeks, or even months. This
can lead to problems, but most BHS
students have found ways to fight
stress.

"I go out with friends to tight
stress," says Gina Ellison (12).

"I play football as a means to light
stress," says Raymond Morris (12),

"I fight stress by punching my
pillow to death," says Gaby Pinto



(12).

"My means to alleviate stress is by
taking a walk and listening to music,"




says Marie Schulz (11).

"My means to take care ol stress is
to go out and have lun with my triends




till Hauser and Audrey Ernest are amazed
by whal they read. Taking time out to be
with their triends was vital to the sanity of
many students (Photo by N Watkins)

Itzel Chang and Laura Segura talk about
their plans lor the weekend. Fridays were
usually filled with excitement and anticipa-
tion (Photo by M, Schulz)



and try to forget my problems ever
existed," says Naythan Traywick
(11).

Some students talk the problem out
with their best friend, while others
take a day off and forget the word
"school" ever existed. Some students
exercise to get rid of stress, while
others just watch a good movie or
read a book. But the poor
underclassmen cannot use the thought
of graduation as a means to relieve
stress like the seniors do.

All of us in everyday life must find
ways to fight stress or alleviate it a
little. To sum it all up, tension can be
reduced in many different ways. It just
depends on the person and how
stressful they feel.



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Vamos A
Gozar En



La Fiesta
Del Carnaval



Annelle Urnola and Ruben Castro give a
great performance Those who went to the
Carnavalito enioyed watching the court
carry out their dances. (Photo by C. Rigby)



Patricia Ortiz displays her beautiful pollera
as she dances "El Punto." All the students
in the court practiced hard to learn their
dance steps. (Photo by C Rigby)



Carnavalito, also known as the
Spanish Mardi Gras was celebrated on
Saturday February the 13th. The
carnavalito is the season before lent
marked by festivities and merry
making. It is celebrated by most
Spanish conquered countries, which
include all of Central and South
America, and let us not forget
Portugal.

In Balboa High School we (students
and faculty) celebrate this festivity by
nominating a court, which will perform
a tiun n dance at the coronation. This
year the opportunity was given to
Patricia Ortiz, Danny Bright, Laura
Segura, Frank Westgate, Gaby Pinto,
Cesar Lou, Miggy Castro, Roger
Demas, Vanessa Uhorchak, Carlos
Royo, Sarah Beatie, Joseph Rillamas,



Annelle Urnola, and Ruben Castro. The
court gave up their fridays for a month
to learn how to dance in tipico style.




A Day
For Friends



AND LOVE:



Carla Guerra works hard even though it's
Valentine's Day Holidays never kept the
yearbook staff from doing their stuff.
(Photo by C. Rigby)



Fletcher Hirom and Kathy Lopez give each
other a nice, wet kiss on Valentine's Day
Couples weren't very shy when it came to
showing their affection, (Photo by G. Elli-



VALENTINE'S DAY



out great."

There was also the popular
dating service provided by the



"Valentine's Day
is a day to
spend with
someone
special. "-J.
Staha



person) on their list. Others went
around bouncing with joy when
they found out the cutest guy or
the prettiest girl in school was at
the top of their list. However,
though some thought the dating
service was interesting, they also
thought it wasn't exactly realistic.

As Cedric Obert said, "It
doesn't usually work out when
people with the same interests get
together. They don't have anything
to learn from each other. Being
different and learning from each
other is important."

But, take heart. This is only one
guy's opinion. It all depends on
you and your personal choice and
preference.




Roses are red, violets are blue,
sugar is sweet, and so are you.
We've all heard that phrase
sometime or other. Most of us
know love songs, love stories, even
love dances. Well, Valentine's Day
is considered the day of lovebirds
or, generally speaking, the day of
affection. This year, Valentine's
Day came early to Balboa High
School. It was celebrated on
Friday, February 12. The halls
were crowded with people who had
a dozen roses, a dozen balloons, or
a dozen candygrams (for the
sweet tooth). The candygrams
were made by the French Club.
Carla Guerra, the French Club
Secretary, said, "The work was
hard, but the candygrams came



Mike Banks confesses his love lo Laloya
Rines who is speechless Young love was
common but unique to many ol the stu-
dents at BHS (Photo by M Schul!)






Who's Where
During Lunch



Lunch Time!
A Disappearing Act



Matt Hogan and Mary Kibbler spend theic
lunch time together in front ot the school It
wasn't very difficult lor students to find a
private place to talk (Photo by M Kuo)



Jackie Thompson. Bonnie Ackerman, and
Helen Tremblay have a bite to eat at Antho
ny's Pizza in Albrook. It was cool to be able
to get away tor lunch. (Photo by C. Thomp-



It is 11:44 and just ten seconds
are left before the lunch bell rings.
And, the bell has rung! It is lunch
time! Suddenly, those who had
been tiredly dragging themselves
through the day with much effort
and no energy become racing
horses raring to take off. A mad
rush is made for every classroom
door. It is quite amusing to see 24
students get through one door at
the same time. The halls are filled
with excited chatter, loud,
fast-moving footsteps, slamming of
lockers, and the rustling of sack
lunches here and there. Those who
are fortunate enough to have cars
or motorcycles zip out to the
parking lot and head for any place
that is not school. Usually, you can
find these people at Anthony's
Pizza, McDonald's, or home.



So, where does everyone else
go' Anywhere and everywhere!
There are always students eating



"If I don't take
time out to be
with my friends,
I go crazyl"-0.
Herazo



in the halls, just sitting on the
floor, having a good time. Many
people direct themselves towards



the cafeteria. You'll also find
students lined up on the first-floor
breeze-way watching the people go
by, sitting outside on the front
steps, out on the corner by
Oscar's, out by the gym, in Mrs.
Seitz's room, and even out by the
Goethal's Memorial. Of course, it is
very common to find lots of people
cramming in the library or
speed-typing a report in the
computer lab. Let's not forget
those devoted physics students
who spend their precious lunch
time in Mr. Thale's room feverishly
working.

The point of lunch, though, is to
escape stress, nourish yourself,
and socialize. Basically, lunch time
is your time so have fun, relax,
and don't forget the food!




lames lantry perlorms a skateboarding
stunt as Clemente McFarlane looks on. Go-
ethals was a popular place to get away to
during lunch (Photo by Zimmerman)



LTEX



Student Life




Soon To Rock
The Crowd



Since the creation of rock'n' roll,
amateur bands have come about with
their own songs and styles of
performing them Here in Panama,
there are quite a few amateur bands,
some of which are associated with
BHS in some way. Some of these
particular bands are: Tempest,
Stalefish, and Paradoi.

Tempest is undoubtedly the oldest
band of the previously mentioned,
having been formed circa 1987. It
consists ol Carl Bristol, Walter Crouch,
and Evan Rodaniche. Bristol, Crouch,
and Rodaniche knew each other Irom
School; however this band wasn't
lormed until Crouch read an ad in the
newspaper requesting a bassist. He
played for Bristol and Rodaniche, who
had already gotten together and only
needed a bassist, and was accepted.
Tempest played in public for the first
time at the Cardenas Community
Center, and, says, Crouch, "They liked
it."



Stalefish
And Tempest



Tempest plays heavy metal at the Red Door
Club on Fort Clayton Tempest practiced a
lot before their performance. (Photo cour-
tesy of (Tropic Times)



When people first hear the name
"Stalefish", as with other music
groups' names, they usually wonder
how they ever came up with that
name. Well, John Ferrell of the group



"It would be
nice to be on
MTV although I
don't watch
it."-W. Crouch



said, "We [group members) all used to
skate, and there was a trick called a
stalefish The rest, as they say,
is history Mike li.in.i-.uk Ferrell.
Willie Schulz, and Bobby Pederson




lohn Ferrell practices drumming with his
group Stalefish He had to put in many
hours of work to get as good as he is
(Photo by G Ellison)



Willie Schul! puts his heart and soul into
singing Schul; and his group, Stalefish.
lammed lor many hours without stopping
(Photo by G Ellison)



form the group Their first
performance was at the Valent
Recreation Center in a talent show last
year.

The largest band on the list, and
also the most recently formed.
Paradoi, consists of members Shem
linger, Ernesto Schnack, Cesar Lou,
Micheal Fisher, and Carlos Lee. One of
their first performances was at
BHS sponsored Carnavalito.

Only time will tell the future of
these bands, but for now, let's enjoy
their music and company, which are
unique to Panama.







Student Lite



Zl




Cayuco
Race



It is that time ot year again, when
you find students paddling in wooden
boats in the canal. Paddling in the
cayuco race is nothing new, it has
been around tor lorty years The only
place in the world that holds this
ocean to ocean event is here, in
Panama. For this cayuco race people
practice lor lour months. You must be
willing to devote your life practicing
lor this event

This year the Cayuco Regatta took
place on March 7th at Gamboa along
the air strip. The regatta is used to get
a preview ot the ocean to ocean
cayuco race. Organizers set up live
lanes of three thousand teet in length
tor timed sprints. The winner of the
sprints takes home the Kodak cup. The
cayuco boat Spontaneous Combustion
(an all male team) took home the
cup. They also broke the record with
the lime ol 2:04 16. This time was

liilin Willllord, Tyler Qulnn, Billy Wln| and
Lee Gibson work hard at practice. Most
participants spent all their tree time prepar
ing lor the race. (Courtesy ol Tropic
Times)



Student Lite







A Parent's
Nightmare



Have you noticed that some ol your
friends have been walking around in a
zombie like state mumbling names like
U2, Duran Duran, Arrested
Development and Guns-N-Roses? It's
probably because after a long hiatus,
the great music channel, MTV, is back!
Most of you probably turned to magic
channel 17 and went berserk like most
ol us lumping to the ceiling, climbing
the walls, and hugging everyone in
sight! (This is probably because of the
|oy one experiences when they spot
MTV's ever-changing logo!) While a lot
of your parents were making
psychiatric appointments for you, you
sat there armed with your munchies
ready to spend the rest of your life (or
so it may seem to the rest of your
family) watching D)'s like Kennedy
from Alternative Nation, Steve Isaacs,
Adam Curry, Dulff, Bill Belamy, and
lohn Norris just to name a lew An

Carl Bristol, a BMS graduate, pretends he's
playing in a video for MTV Pretending
seemed like the best option available at the
time (Photo courtesy ot Tropic Times)



It's Back
Music Television



example ot such a TV. veggienaut is
Carrie Corona who says "I can sit
there for hours," as her eyes seem to
go off into space
Another member of this species of



"It's definitely
the best
channel on

television! "-C.
Guerra



teenagers is Vanessa Hernandez who
says "I thought I would live a normal
lite then came MTV However,
there are people out there who "don't
want their MTV!" An example of this



rare breed is Mr. Hager who says
"MTV has no social redeeming value."

And believe it or not there are
people out there who have better
things to do. Take the case of Laura
who admits, "Id rather go shopping!"

While most of us aren't as extreme
as some of these people, "We still
want our MTV So tell your parents,
neighbors, dogs, parrots, and fish not
to fret You're just being a typical
teenager Pretty soon you might be
seeing the likes of such locals as
Tempest and Stalefish.








Student Lite




Carlos Lampas listens to his walkman while
he works. Because mini-televisions were
hard to come by, many students made up
tor missing MTV by listening to music
(Photo by S Patty)



Jessica Quintan puts her books away and
prepares to head home Some students
were eager to get home to avoid missing
their favorite shows on MTV (Photo by S
Patty)




Lance VonHollen dreams that he's at home
watching MTV Unfortunately. MTV was
never a part of any teacher's daily lesson;
so dreaming was all students could do
(Photo by S Patty)



Monique Carbonell is glued to the television
set After hours and hours of watching
MTV, students became hypnotized by its
mysterious powers (Photo by M Schulz)



Student Life



£2






hen people get
Wj together there is no
telling what they'll do. Se-
niors, intent on having fun
their last year, will lord it over
the underclassmen and Jun-
iors will console themselves
by making the Sophomores
feel as miserable as possible.
In the meantime, teachers will
try to maintain some sem-
blance of order in the class-
room as the Sophomores try
to make heads or tails of life
at BHS. Friends relive old
times and set out to create
new misadventures. New
friends are made, some might
be lost, but people will al-
ways remain people no mat-
ter where they go or where
they are.




10:



People




Watching the cheerleaders' routines, the crowd at
hand shows their approval. The Jamboree pep rally
was held on Sept. 4th after the Jamboree game. It
had been rescheduled due to rain.





Bonnie M Ackerman



Everly Adams



Suhai E Aguilar



Walter L Allen



Luke D Anderson








Julio A Arango



Ricardo Arango



Bernardo E Archibold



Marco A Austin



Phaedra L Ave-Lallemant




Geraldo L Barber



Sasha W Barrera



Carlos A Barter



Patrick J Beard



Jorge A Berman




Brenda Berrios



Minoska A Bianchini



Tony F Bieker



Jennifer M Black



Rochell P Blades



10:




Erin S Blagg



Nicole C Blanc



Michelle Bleau



Michael J Bleichwehl



Elsie M Botello




Ana H Bowler



Daniel R Bright



Domiciano Broce



Mellany Brown



lluminada M Cantu




Francisco Carreira



La'shanda D Carver



Heidi N Casperson



Jose Castaneda



Juan R Castrellon




Aquiles A Castro



Miguel A Cedeno



Adolfo E Chaluja



Michael D Charles



Victoria E Chen



Seniors



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Francisco Choy



Julie N Church



Raven J Coleman



Yaira L Colon



Pedro A Cordoves




Walter E Crouch



Elvia M Cruz



Jonathan Cruz



Edward W Dawkms



Roger A Demas




Eric J Diaz



Christine A Dittl



Katherme M Dittl



Bradley A Dobbertin



Ester L Downs




Kurt E Drozd



Saray A Dunn



Dinah R Eastham



Gina A Ellison



Doyn S Epperson




Julia I Espmosa



Carlos A Estevez



Michelle L Estrada



Saul A Estupinian



Craig S Fishbough




Christopher A Frady



Jay G Fullerton



Carl S Gale



Ramon Galindo



Carla B Garcia




Robert A Garcia



Joel M Gibbs



Brandon L Gibson



Oscar M Gifford



Nathaniel A Gladding




Jessica D Gold



Roberto Gomez



Christina M Gonzalez



Daniel M Gonzalez



Evelisse Guadalupe



Seniors



XE5




LuisC Guerrero



Ranier R Guzman



Stephen M Hanf



Rejoyce L Hanson



Ryoichi S Hasebe




Erin C Hatchett



Herica S Headley



Pamela Hemm



Nancy M Henderson



Aleiandro Hepburn




Oliver M Herazo



Christopher A Herndon



Vladimir Herrera



Jason M Hildreth



Caroline C Hmkle




Fletcher J Hirom



Jonathan Hoffman



Matthew D Hogan



Alison M Howard



Joanne M Hunt







Seniors




Laurie V Jones



Michael D Jordon



Ta-Wei Kan



Dawn Keays



Tomokuki Kobayashi




Nelson Kaun



Carlos F Lam



Marilyn L Lancaster



Scott Leffler



Jason A Lloyd




David A Lopez



Salvador B Love



William J Luttrell



Rosadely Malave



Gustavo A Marquez




Juan A Martinelli



Michelle L McCoy



Brandi E McDonald



Danielle M McQueen



Ian A Merkel



Class Of 1993




'ximn ( 41 T]




William C Mernweather



Alberta T Meyers



Timothy B Michel



Dean A Mills



Kayoe Mishiro




Justine D Mishler



Michelle Mizrachi



Candy Modelo



Rina R Molina



Michael G Morgan




Eric A Morns



Raymond H Morns



Enka I Moyers



Sharlene L Myers



Torric T Myles



LtEX




Yoko Nakagawa



Seniors



Norma I Navarro



Ronda L Nessler



Sandra M Nevarez



Joanna Niamzanarer








Tara Norton



Chieko Numata



Armando M Nunez



Dielta S Oakley



Lionel A Obert




Kevin A Olandese



Patricia E Ortiz



Jose A Padilla



Ching I Pai



Yong Suk Park




Gregory E Parsons



Shawn B Patty



Maraganta C Pearce



Robert F Pedersen



Joseph R Peoples




Dana L. Petrosky



Mmdy Petrucci



Gabnela Pinto



Catherine Poore



Patrick G Pratt



Seniors



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Michelle M Propst



Misty D Renfro



Alfredo S Richards



Catherine E Rigby



Joseph D Rillamas




Hector M Rivera



Robert A Rivera



Roberto Rivera



Armando A Roach



Jhomahara L Roach







Dalila D Robinson



Noni N Robinson



Michael R Robison



Daniel Y Roman



Helmut Roner




I D Roscoe



Doris M Ruiz



Mmolka Ruiz



Yasier I Ruiz



Timothy C Rutledge



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Lawrence J Ryan



Lisa M Schepper



Kathenne T Sears



Esky Samiengo



Kara E Sanchez



Lauren C Schulman



Emma T Scribner



Laura E Segura



Karen G Shadeck




Teresa Santa Rosa



Jennifer L Scruggs



eniamin J Shaha



Sofia Santiago




Jason A Seales




Aisha Sherrod




1A+*



Afsheen A Siddiqi



Bryan J Smith



Richard W Smith



David B Stader



Erme M Stames



Seniors



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Renea C Stanchfield



Anthony A Staton



Omar M Stephens



Tyson A Straub



Dai Takahashi




Constance S Taylor



Doris M Terrell



Christina Thompson



Derrick D Thompson Jaquelme M Thompson




Samuel Torres-lnzarry



Daniel M Toth



Hellen Tremblay



Yessica Tunon



Quint P Underwood




Karl R Vanderwall



Michael J Vaughn



Lynnette M Vega



Damans M Velazquez



Ann F Wagner



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Seniors




Shane C Walker



Jamie D Walters



Rossaue J Ward



Natalie E Watkms



Mananna C Webb




Melissa S Webb



Lottie I Welch



Stacey L Wells Frank A Westgate



Adam J White




Reynaldo Williams Tamiko M Williams Tanya R Williams John M Williford



Troy M Wilson




Michael J Wing



Arie Zatram



Daniel Zimmerman Shanida I De Lora Shannon G Golembiewski



Seniors



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Not Pictured



Erik A Arenas



Frank R Ender



Trinity L Myrick



Ricardo A Rivera



Adnel Calo



Johanna A Manzanares



Ivan A Rivera



Angela M Rose




Kathia L Smart



Harry L Williams



Jodie M Nunan



Daniel A Peterson



FEARLESS LEADERS. The Senior class officers are Presi-
dent Noni Robinson, Vice-President Edward Dawkins, and
Secretary Heidi Casperson. These people are responsible for
planning the Senior reception held in the fall, the winter
formal, raising funds for Senior color yearbook pictures,
and the graduation ceremony.

You can usually find these student leaders in the Stu-
dent Association store or in Mr. Waugh's room.

The Senior class sponsor is Mr. Kenneth Waugh. Mr.
Waugh has been the sponsor for the last four years. In ad-
dition to teaching Economics, Government, and U.S. History
and sponsoring Close-up; he works tirelessly working at the
S.A. store part of the year, coordinating caps and gowns,
invitations, and setting up the decorations, and the Gradua-
tion program. The Senior Class could not function without
him! (Photo by C. Rigby)



Mellany Singleton




Kimberly Smith



Jennifer M Snyder



Marlon I Torres




I



Ackerman, Bonnie.

Soccer, Dance Drill Team, Cougar's manager,
Key Club, French Club, American Dance Drill
Team School "Smile!"

Adams, Everly "EU":

"Twmkie, Cathy, Lisa, and Daphane, y'all are
great; thanks for the great memories. Most of
all, Scott, my better half; I love you!"

Aguilar, Suhai:

Basketball, Track, and Drama. "Good luck in the
future to all my friends; stay out of trouble."

Arango, Julio:

Water Ski, scuba diving, Volleyball, Spanish Club
"Long life to Black Mass."

Archibold, Bernardo "Bernie":

Football, Spanish Club

Arenas, Erik:
Basketball

Austin, Marco "Magnate":

Basketball, Soccer, JROTC "Don't give up."

Ave-Lallemant, Phaedra:

Tennis, Track, Cheerleading, Spanish Club,
Honor Band "The memories will never die.
Thanks to my other half and those that made
:hese times possible."

Barber, Geraldo "Maliante":

Basketball, Soccer, Photography. "Peace and

ove to all lovers."

Jarrera, Sasha "Winy":

Business Club, Photography, Chorus. "World
lere I come!"

iarfer, Carlos "Flaco":

iasketball, Business Club. "I like to go to
lances, to parties, and to date beautiful girls. In
he future I will have my own business. Be cool
ind stay out of trouble."

Jeard, Patrick:

iasketball

lerman, Jorge:

: ootball, Spanish Club. "Lord have mercy!"

Irown, Mellany "Lany":

Veightliftmg, FHA Club. "If you don't help your-
elf achieve what you're striving for in life,
lon't expect anyone else to help you."

Ilanc, Nicole:

loccer, Drama Club, Thespian, NHS, BHS, SHS,
JHJS. Ecology Club, Beautifaction Club, Key
Hub. "Do not concern yourself with keeping the
iace of your companions; step to the beat of
our own drum."

lalo, Adriel "Batman":

Puerto Ricans are superior."



antu, lluminada "Mercy":



Carreira, Francisco "Paco":

Soccer, Spanish Club. "I plan to graduate, study
law, and become a lawyer."

Carver, La'Shanda" 'Shanda":

Track, Pep Club. "I love you Robert; we'll al-
ways be together. I love you mom. Special
thanks to Jessie, Jen, Saun, Danielle, and the
Lloyds."

Castaneda, Jose E. "Pepe":

Tennis, Soccer, Spanish Club, BHS, SHS, Busi-
ness Club.

Castrellon, Juan:

Football, Spanish Club. "Scuuuumm . !"

Castro, Aquiles:

Volleyball, Spanish Club, Business Club, Ecology.

Cedeno, Miquel "Mikey":

Football, Soccer. Basketball. "Always think posi-
tive!"

Chaluja, Adolfo:

Football, Spanish Club. "Take life one day at a

time, and live every moment of it!"

Charles, Michael D.:

Football, Tennis, Cayuco Race. NHS, BHS, Ecol-
ogy Club.

Choy, Francisco "Coco":

Spanish Club. "I want to thank Paiz, Nuz,
Muela, and Fire for a great year."

Coleman, Raven "Rae":

Cheerleading captain, Track, Thespian, Art Club,

Peer Counselor. "Thank God it's over!"

Dittl, Christine A. "Chrissy":

Volleyball, Beta, Renaissance, Rocket, JROTC,
and Ecology Clubs, Forensics, Explorers, SADD,
BHS. "Thanks to my mom and dad for their sup-
port throughout my life."

Dittl, Katherine M. "Kathy":

French, Renaissance, HOSA, Business, Ecology,
and Drama Clubs, SADD, BHS, peer helper, Fo-
rensics, Explorers. "Good luck to the class of
1993!"

Dobbertin, Bradley A. "Ace":
Chess, SADD. "Do the wrong thing, because it's
the right thing to do." Spanish Club. "Live the
moment and don't worry about tomorrow!"

Garcia, Robert "Robbie":

Football, Tennis, Baseball, Cayuco Race, Weight-
lifting. "I would like to study Sports Medicine."

Gibbs, Joel M.:

"See ya!"

Gibson, Brandon:

Football, Cayuco Race (91-92 Champions)
BHS, Ecology Club.

Gifford, Oscar "Scar", "Ox", "Oz":




Cayuco Captain, NHS, Ecology Club, Drama
Club, Thespian, Yearbook Staff. "Peace and love
will make this world better. Be mellow!"

Gladding, Nathaniel "Nat":

Diving, Photography. "I love Leysi! C.Z. rules."

Gold, Jessica:

"I love Alex Stirling, and I wish to be a profes-
sional doctor."

Golembiewski, Shannon:
Varsity Tennis, Equestrian, Photography Club.
"Thanks Christina and Jackie for all the great
memories! What would I do without you guys?"

Gomez, Roberto "Antonio":

Red Machine Football, Track. "C'ya round in the
real world. Much love to Kathy R.T."

Guerrero, Luis "Nino":



Guzman, Ranier:

Soccer

Downs, Esther L:

Select chorus, Art Club



Eastham, Dinah R.:

Soccer, Cheerleading, Basketball player and
manager. Volleyball. "I wish everybody the best
of luck to everyone and God bless."

Ellison, Gina A.:

Drama Club, Ecology Club, BHS, Yearbook.
"Bunga, Bunga; It's a small world; G.P., thanx
for all."

Epperson, Doyn "Shane":

"Only with time can we see the soul of the
earth's final destruction."

Espinosa, Julia "Julie":

"Thanks to all my friends for being there when I
needed them. I also thank my mom."

Estrada, Michelle:

Soccer, Spanish, Ecology, and Business Clubs,
Jr. Red Cross, Sophomore Sec. "Go for your
goals! Smile Always."

Estupinian, Saul A.:

Volleyball, Football, French Club, JROTC Battal-
ion Executive Officer, Rifle team and Usher
Guard Commander. "I plan on going to college
and joining the military ."

Fullerton, Jay "Jake the snake":
Baseball, Football, Foto Club, Computer Club. "I
want to become a navy seal and an aircraft me-
chanic."

Gale, Carl:

Wrestling, Track, Football, Swimming, French
Club. "Thanks to all my friends. I wish you well
in the future. God bless you."

Garcia, Carla:



Basketball, Yearbook, Newspaper, SADD (Secre-
tary), NHS. BHS, Peer Helper, Ecology Club.

Hanson, Rejoyce:

Swim Team. Soccer, Bulldog Mascot, Drama
Club (Treasurer), NHS, Yearbook, Ecology Club,
SADD, BHS, Art Club, Business Club, French
Club, Peer Facilitator. "These are the years in
which we make our dreams come true; make
the best of them '93. We've finally made it!"

Hasebe, Ryoichi "Sergio":

Ecology, BHS. "Good luck my friends!"

Hatchett, Erin:

Cougars' Manager, Thespian, Drama Club, Thes-
pians (President), Honor Chorus. "I just want
to thank everyone for the good times! Lookout
world; here I come!"

Headley, Herica "Flaca":

Basketball, French Club. "Hope everyone gradu-
ates and has lots of success in the future. Re-
member don't drink and drive."

Hemm, Pamela:

Soccer, Volleyball, Dance Team, Business Club

Henderson, Nancy:

Swimming, Track, BHS, NHS, Thespian Honor
Society, YFC, Yearbook, Honor Chorus. "Thanks
to my family and J.M., Si., C.L., C.R., S.P., and
everyone else for making this year the great-
est."

Hepburn, Alejandro "Whitey":

Skateboarding, The Group. "The Group rules."

Herazo, Oliver "Big Al":

Football, Volleyball, Basketball, French Club.
"You have to want to!"



ers.



Hildreth, Jason:

Wrestling, Football, Track, Bushmasters.

Hinkle, Caroline:

Cheerleader (Captain), Soccer, Volleyball,
Cayuco Race, Football Manager, Homecoming
and Jamboree Princess, NHS, SHS, BHS (Presi-
dent), Spanish Club.

Hirom, Fletcher:

Football, Fire Marshall, Drama Club, Server/
Lector, Class President, BHS.

Hogan, Mathew "Matt":

Ecology Club, Yearbook. "I'd like to thank all my
friends for the great times. Best of luck!"

Howard, Alison:

Track (Captain), Basketball (Captain), Volley-
ball, Soccer, BHS, French Club, Ecology Club,
NHS, Close Up. "Have fun."

Hunt, Joanne:

Cheerleader, Cayuco Race #1, Drama Club,
Ecology Club, Art Club. "Thanks to my best
friends for making my senior year the best,
N.W., J.R., J.T., T.N., M.P."



Hanf, Stephen "Steve":

In Step With Tradit






Jones, Laurie "Mamma":

Basketball, French Club, Dance Team. "To Rey-
naldo Williams, we finally made it! Love ya!

Jordan, Michael "Mike":
CWE.

Kan, Ta-wei:

Tennis, Spanish Club, French Club, Ecology
Club, Computer Club, Business Club

Keays, Dawn:

Swimming, Softball, Color Guard, SADD, Year-
book, Ecology Club- "Work for the future, but
don't let the present slip away because the
present only comes once."

Kobayashi, Tomoyuki "Tom", "Butch",
"Coiba":

Track, Swimming, Soccer, Football, Ecology
Club. Business Club. "Thank you everybody for
good memories. Tom was here!"

Lam, Carlos "Carlitos":

Soccer, NHS, BHS, S.A. "Mediocre goals pro-
duce mediocre results."

Lancaster, Marilyn "Gizmo":

Volleyball, Soccer, Track.

Leffler, Scott:

Swim Team, Cayuco Race, NHS (Treasurer),
SHS, BHS, Spanish Club, SADD (Treasurer),
M.U.W., Close Up, Jr. Class V.P., Prom Commit-
tee (Chairman), Drama Club, Yearbook.

Lloyd, Jason "Bigman":

Football. "Good for us and bad for them."

Lopez, David "D-Nice":

Football. "Peace to all my Latino brothers. Told
ya shoulda killed me last year."

Malave, Rosadely "Rosa":

Track, Soccer, Softball, French Club (Presi-
dent), Spanish Club, Logo Club, Business Club
(Chairman). "I thank my closest friends for ev-
erything; for being there when I needed them
and also for making my life a lot better. Thank
you Michelle E., Erine S., and Nicole B, I'll miss
you!"

Manzanares, Johanna:

Volleyball, Dance Team, Music Treasurer, Span-
ish Club, SADD.

Marquez, Gustavo "Goose":

Basketball, Volleyball, Computer Club. "Lookout
for that plaque undergraduates."

Matinelli, Juan:

"Where's the trip' Cual es el trance?"

McCoy, Michelle "Mickey":

Track, Cheerleading, French Club. "The future is
no |oke! You hold the key to it."

McDonald, Brandi "Red":

Softball, Ecology Club, AFJROTC, Speech Club,
T.I.B.S. "Thanks to Nate, Dan, Ginger, Billy, and



of course everyone who knows me. I love you
all."

McQueen, Danielle "Dee":

"Dear Keven, I love you! Two years and count-
ing."

Merkel, Ian:

CAP, Ecology Club. Beta lota Kappa, Math Club,
Band. "Intelligence is the key to success; com-
edy is the key to life; love is in everything."

Merriweather, William "Yuni":

Football, Soccer, Track. "Be faithful; take one
girl at a time."

Meyers, Alberta "Betty':

Soccer, Tennis, Powder Puff, Yearbook, French

Club, Ecology Club, Photography, Parakeet

Staff.

Michel, Tim:

Wrestling, Football, Baseball, Ecology Club.

Mills, Dean:

Photo Club (President), Yearbook, Ecology
Club, Computer Club.

Mishiro, Kayoe:

Badminton, Basketball, Art Club.

Mishler, Justine "Teny":

Tennis, Scuba Diving, NHS, BHS, SHS, Spanish
Club. "Nothing is impossible."

Mizrachi, Michelle:

French Club, Yearbook Staff, BHS, Ecology Club,
Computer Club, Prom Committee. "Don't waste
your life; take advantage of every minute be-
cause once it's gone there's no turning back."
Thanks to everyone. Def Lepp Rule!"

Modelo, Candy:

Soccer, Ecology Club (Secretary), Drama Club,
Yearbook. "I'd like to thank God, my parents,
and my friends for everything! I plan to pursue
a career in the medical field."

Molina, Rina:

Spanish Club V.P. "Thanks to Rita, Jennifer, Jes-
sica, and Jose Luis for all the memories."

Morgan, Michael:

Track, Soccer, Football, Cayuco Race. "I like
Panama, I enpy all the friends I have, and I love
to be with my girlfriend."

Morris, Raymond "Boo Boo", "Pokadots" "Can-
dyman":

Football, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Black
Awareness Club. "To all my boys, wassup. To
all my friends, |ust live one day at a time and
don't ever forget me. Remember Always 'Don't
Jock'!"

Moyers, Erika:

Basketball (Manager). "I made it! Thanks to all
my friends that made my years here fun. I'll
never forget ya'll; especially La'Shanda and
Yaira."



Myers, Sharlene:

Powder Puff, Volleyball, Track, S.A. Representa-
tive, Spanish Club.

Myrick, Trinity "Trin":

Softball, PRIDE, SADD. Yearbook. Rifle Team.

Nakagawa, Yoko:

Tennis, Honor Chorus.

Navarro, Norma "Indira":

Girls Varsity Soccer, Computer Club, French
Club, Ecology Club. "Thank you to my family
and all my real friends for making this a won-
derful year."

Nessler, Ronda:

Soccer. "Love ya Gut!"

Nevarez, Sandra "Millie":

Drama Club, Key Club. Beta Club, NHS, Anchor
Club, Yearbook Staff, Honor Roll

Norton, Tara:

Track, Basketball, Soccer, Cayuco, S.A., BHS
Secretary. "Good luck to all my friends who
made my senior year great! I'll miss you, Jill!"



Numata, Chieko:
Computer Club.



Nunan, Jodi:

"Life is filled with opportunities, & it's up to me
to conquer them."

Nunez, Armando:

Business Club. "Increase deh Peace."

Oakley, Dielta "Sally":

Varsity Cheerleading, Soccer, Spanish Club Sec-
retary. "Thanks Abbie and Chippie for the great
memories. Amiguita and Annie thanks for being
there for me and for all your help. Amiguitas 4-
EVA. LW you all! The best of luck to the class
of 1993."

Olandese, Kevin:

Volleyball. Track, Ecology Club, Photography
Club, Yearbook Staff. Parakeet. "Panama was
great. Too bad it has to end so soon."

Ortiz, Patricia "Patty":

Volleyball, Spanish Club, French Club, Business
Club, SADD. "My future plans are to go to Bos-
ton & study medicine. I want to give special
thanks to my family and my friends."




my friends for their help and support. Gaby P
Michelle M., Laurita S.: We did it! Dai: Arigatc
Justine: Thanks a lot, and don't worry abou
... (you know what). Physics Students: I
wasn't that bad! Future Thalians: Good luck
love is long-suffering. Love is not |ealous, i
does not brag, does not get puffed up, does no
behave indecently, does not look for its own in
terests, does not become provoked. It does no
keep count of injury. ICo 13:4,5'."

Parsons, Gregory "Greg":

"Only a dead fish swims with the stream."

Patty, Shawn:

S.A. President. SAC Committee, and SAO. I

love you Catherine Rigby!!"

Pedersen, Robert "Bob":

"I hate environmentalism!'

Peoples, Joseph "Black":

Strength Club, Track Captain, Ft. Clayton Teei
Counsel V.P. "Life is sweet, but money is life."

Peterson, Daniel "Donney':

Football, Cayuco Race.

Petrosky, Dana "Crash":

Volleyball (Red Machine). "Take care of your
selves and watch for what may be on the othe
side. I'd also like to thank my Mom, Dad, am
brother Rob for being so understanding and sup
portive."



Padilla, Jose "Sully":

Business Club, Computer Club, JROTC Bushmas
ter XO Delta Company Commander.

Pai, Ching-I:

Advanced Band. "Life is a wonderful thing."

Park, Yong Suk:

NHS, BHS, SHS President, Computer Club Presi-
dent, Ecology Club. Spanish Club, Yearbook
Staff, SAO. "Thanks to Jehovah God, Dad and
Mom, Dong and Jung, my dog Dooly, and to all



Petrucci, Mindy:

Swimming. Marching Band, Honor Band, Con
cert Band, Manager of Soccer, Football, and
Baseball, Ecology Club, Drama Club, BHS, SADD.
"To my true friends . thanks. Remember:
Don't stress, get groovy ... see you in the
stars. Nina, friends forever."

Pinto, Gabriela "Gaby":

SADD V.P., Pres., and Sec, Spanish Club, NJHS,
Zephyrus, Art Club Sec. Prom Committee, Year-
book SR. Section Editor. "Thanks to Jhommy &
Patty for being there for me. And a special
thanks to Michelle M., Laura S., and Yong P.,
for putting up with my bad moods and for being
bossy in Yearbook; I wish you all luck in the fu-
ture. To the entire Senior Class I wish best of
luck."

Poore, Catherine "Cathy":

Tennis, NJHS, Spanish Club, Photography Club.
"Thanks for all of the great times Lisa, Everly,
Trin, Daph, Cathy -n- Henry."

Pratt, Patrick "Pat":

Football. Track, SADD, Yearbook Staff, Powder
Puff Cheerleader. "Peace, love, and happiness,
that is every senior's dream! Sincerely all my
love to Dawn; Weenie think with all your heart!!
I will always love you."

Propst, Michelle "Chelle":

NHS, BHS, Treasurer of Ecology Club, and some
things can't remember. "The last advice to the
seniors at BHS: live life to the fullest because



In Step With Tradition




/ou don't get a second chance. To all my
riends: I love you dearly. Thanks for the sup-
iort! Corner Crew Ruiz!"



tenfro, Misty:
Iheerleading (Capt.;
look Staff. Art Club.



Softball, Tennis. Year-



tichards. Alfredo Ir. "Flash" "Caballo":

Ill-Isthmian and Captain in Football, Track, and
ioccer; Best Sophomore Football Player Award,
.992 Prom Prince. "You can't stop what you
an't catch."

(igby, Catherine "Cathy":

'earbook, Computer Club, NJHS, SHS, Photogra-
ihy Club, Newspaper, Zephyrus, High School
ournalism Institute, Student Elections, SA,
Committees. "Carlos, Scott, Everett: I love you
ach very much. Good luck in the future- thanks
or being my self-appointed older brothers. Nan-
y- Banging Bellybuttons. Mrs. Bales, Mrs.
l/hite, Mrs. Manchester- HOORAY! Zonian
taff- We made it! Shawn- 1 found my PPR!"

illamas, Joseph "Joe":

ll-lsthmian Swim Team Captain. Track and
ield, Spanish Club, Computer Club, Ecology
tub, Photography Club, Yearbook Staff, SADO,
Hack Culture Awareness Club. "Thanks to ev-
rybody for a memorable year."



ivera, Ivan "The Terrible":

,reen Devil Varsity Football.

ivera, Ricardo "Rico"



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ivera, Robert "Bobby":

asketball, ROTC- "Bushmaster Detachment"
Success is the result of dedication.- Just Do
!"

oach, Armando "Diamond":

ootball, Business Club, Dance Team, JROTC.
Even with the set backs, I'm still going
trong."

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oach, Jhomahara "Jhomy":

occer. Business Club. "I would like to go into
usiness World and have my degree in Econom-
I and Finance; also study Publicity. I would
ke to thank my parents and friends for being
lere when I needed them. Thanks- I couldn't
ave done it without your help."

obinson, Dalila "D.D.":

occer, Volleyball, Spanish Club, French Club,
usiness Club, Bushmaster Commander & Bat-
ilions-4, Teen Mayor & Secretary. "Love Peace
Happiness & may God bless Y' all!"

obinson, Noni:

asketball, Track, Volleyball, NJHS, NHS, Span-
h Club, Peer Counseling, Sr. Class President,
ainbow Girls. "Nothing but the best to all: and
its of love to my Mom, brother, and Tyrone!"

oman, Daniel:

rack, Computer Club, Bushmaster, Drill Team,
ifle Team. "Keep cool, have fun, and don't use



drugs."

Roscoe, Jill:

Varsity Cheerleading Captain, Powder Puff Foot-
ball, Softball, Cayuco Race, BHS, SHS, NHS.
"Thanks to all my friends, especially Joanne,
Natalie, and Tara for all the great memories
that I'll remember forever! I LOVE YOU TYLER!"

Rose, Angela "Angie":

Marching Band, Band. "Love life and it will love
you."

Ruiz, Doris "Michelle":

Soccer, Soccer Coach, Business Club, French
Club, Computer Club, Ecology Club, NJHS, NHS,
Student News, Honor Roll. "To those special
people in my life, you'll never know the joy
you've brought to me. Thank you for the love
and support."

Rutledge, Timothy "Tiny":

Football, SAMM (Students Against MADD Moth-
ers!). "Kick back your Senior Year: you deserve
it!"

Ryan, Lawrence "Larry":

Soccer, Spanish Club, Ecology Club.

Sanchez, Kara:

Softball, Photography Club, Business Club, Life-
guard, Swimming Instructor, Spanish Club
"There's nothing so deceptive as one's outward
appearance. Always pretending to be what we're
not. Our physical frames are complete disguises
for our actual selves. We're all merely fabrica-
tions through which neither friend nor foe can
spy. Every day is a small fraction of your life. I
lust plan to live each day happily and hope it
will result in a long en|oyable life."

Schepper, Lisa:

SADD, Photography Club. "Thanks for being

there Cathy, Trm, Daph & Everly- Dex-n-Lee."

Schulman, Lauren:

Cougar Baseball Manager. BHS, NHS, Photogra-
phy Club.

Seales, Jason "Heazz":

Volleyball, Basketball. Track & Field, French
Club, JROTC Bushmasters. "Peace out and don't
lock!"

Sears, Katherine "Kate":

Varsity Soccer & Swimming. Softball, NHS Presi-
dent, Drama Club, Thespian Secretary, BHS.
"Christ Alive" "All my love & thanks to the se-
niors of BHS. Good luck & God bless."

Segura, Laura "Laurita":

Swimming, Fashion Show, Spanish Club, Ecology
Club, Yearbook Staff. "I want to thank God for
making this Senior Year one of my best memo-
rable high school years and for granting me the
opportunities of having the greatest close friend
I have; in particular Humberto Lopez."

Shadeck, Karen "Bear":

Drama/Thespians Officer. BHS, Yearbook Staff,



Business Club, NHS. "Maybe later, maybe
never!!!"

Shaha, Benjamin "Blondie":

Football, Basketball, Baseball, Spanish Club,
SHS, NHS.

Sherrod, Aisha:

Soccer, Black Awareness Cultural Club, French
Club. "Study hard, never underestimate your-
self, always believe in yourself; it will pay off!"

Siddiqi, Afsheen:

Track, Ecology Club, SA. Representative. BHS.

Smith, Bryan:

Baseball. Football, SADD, Spanish Club, L Club,
Freshman Class President, Sophomore class
V.P. "It was here that I got to know a lot of peo-
ple. Hope to see you in the future."

Smith, Kimberly:

Advanced Band. Marching Band, Concert Band,
Color Guard. "I'd rather be in the States."

Smith, Richard "Rick":

Wrestling, Cross-country.

Snyder, Jennifer:

Spanish Club, SADD. "Thank you Rina. Rita, Jes-
sica, and Manuel for all the good times."

Stader, David:

Varsity Basketball, Varsity Volleyball, Varsity

Soccer.

Stanchfield, Renea "T.G.":

CHS Volleyball Co-Captain. Drama Club, Thes-
pian Society, BHS. "Be what you want, but al-
ways be you."

Staton, Anthony "Alex":

Bulldogs Baseball, Bulldogs Football, Peer

Helper.

Stephens, Omar:

Wrestling, Swimming, Ecology Club.

Straub, Tyson:

Karate. Cayuco, Computer Club "The beginning
starts here ..."

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Takahashi, Dai:

Track and Field, Soccer, French Club "Sushi,
Tempura, Kamikase, and Dai!"

Taylor, Constance "Connie":

Cross-country, Track. NJROTC (Athletic team.
Drill Team).

Thompson, Christina:

Cheerleader, Tennis. "To my 'sisters' Jack &
Shan. Thanks for the great memories."

Thompson, Derrick "Fudy" "The Rocket":

Football, Track, Baseball. Art Club, Drama Club,
Computer Club.

Thompson, Jacqueline:



Varsity Tennis, Varsity Cheerleading Homecom-
ing Princess '91. "Thanks to all my friends (you
all know who you are) especially to my two sis-
ters Chris and Shannon for making these years
count."

Torres, Marlon "Paiz":

Basketball. "Play them ail, it's only one life.

Good luck in the future to all!"

Torres, Sammy "Samster":

Football, Swim Team, Baseball, Tennis, Volley-
ball, Spanish Club, Ecology Club. "Live long and
never drive through wet grass with your
bronco."

Toth, Daniel "Tim" "Dan" "Dave" "Beaney":

Volleyball, Football, Swimming, Soccer, Drama
Club. "Hope to attend Annapolis Naval Academy
'Whoa Dude!' 'Cool'."

Tremblay, Hellen:

Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, S.A., Spanish Club,
Jamboree queen '92 Cougars. "If it floats your
boat."

Tunon, Jessica "Flaca":

"I wish all my classmates graduate and have a
lot of success in their lives. Fight for your
rights."

Underwood, Quint "Squid":

Captain Varsity Football, Captain Varsity Volley-
ball, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Track and Field,
Voted Outstanding Varsity Athlete, Letterman's
Club, Ecology Club. "Could have had ya!"

Vanderwall, Karl "Ziggy":

Soccer. "To all my friends: Keep on surfing."

Vaughn, Michael "Mike":

Basketball.



Vega, Lynnette:

Computer Club. "I want to be a great accoun-
tant!!! And I can."

Vergara, Minoska "Mino":
Business Club. "I'd like to thank my friends,
family, and teachers for being there when I
needed them."

Wagner, Ann "Annie":

Varsity Soccer (Captain), Varsity Track (Cap-
tain), Varsity Basketball (Captain). Softball,
Ecology Club, BHS, NHS, Pep Club, Spanish Club
"To accomplish Great things we must not only
act but also dream; not only plan but also be-
lieve."

Walker, Shane "Chawno":

Cayuco Race, Ping Pong. Business Club, Art
Club, Ecology Club. "See ya and I wouldn't want
to be ya."

Walters, Jamie:

"Better to burn out than fade away."

Ward, Rossaue "Saun":



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Class rings, what a decision! Pat Pratt and Hey Mike Bleichwelll You are supposed to pass
Dawn Keays are making their choice. (Photo by the bus when the signal light is on (Photo by F
C Rigby ) Westgate.)



Varsity Basketball, Volleyball, Student Council.
Black Cultural Awareness Club, Drama Club,
Dance Team "To Lashanda and Danielle: We
outta here! I love you Robert!"

Watldns, Natalie "Nat":

Cheerleadmg (Co-Captain), Cayuco Race, Soft-
ball, Yearbook Staff, Parakeet, Photography
Club "I want to thank all my friends for making
my Sr year the best 1 Ricky- 1 love you!"

Webb, Marianna:

Intramural Volleyball, Cheerleadmg (Cougars),
Cayuco Race, French Club. Ecology Club, JROTC
Rifle Team "93!"

Webb. Melissa "Mel":

Soccer, Volleyball, Cayuco Race, Cougar's Man
ager. Computer Club, Ecology Club "Love to
Mike, Marianna, and Michelle; thanks for all the
fun and interesting times."

Welch, Lottie:

JROTC (Held position of 2 Platoon Sergeant)
"My goal is to be a professional woman, a
mother, and a wife Thank you,"

Weill, Stacey "Ike":

Baseball, Soccer. Powder Puff, President and
Treasurer of SADD, President of Peer Helpers,
Math Club, Member of Just Say No

Westgate, Frank "Shamu Smurl- Ballena":
Tennis, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, Sopho
more President, Spanish Club President. NHS,
Ecology Club. Drama Club, Cello "Thanks to ev
eryone that helped me through life Save the
earth and ride the waves."

White, Adam:

Track

Williams, Reynaldo Jr. "Black Stallion":
Football "I'm outta here!"

Williams. Tamiko "Meko":
Track and Field.

Williams, Tanya "Tan-Tan":

Student Council. "Mother ol Tangena Williams

Willllord, iohn:

Football, Tennis, Cayuco Race, Powder Puft.

Computer Club. Lettermans Club.

Wilson. Troy:

Football, Baseball, Soccer. Cross Country. Wres
tling, Foreign Exchange Program, Model UN.

Wing. Michael "Mike":

Green Devil Football, Soccer, Cayuco Race. BHS,

French Club.

Zafrani, Arie "Ari":
Ecology Club.

Zimmerman. Daniel "Danny":

The Group "Good luck to The Group."








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Gonzalez is caught red handed stabbing a de-
fenseless cat (Photo by S Golembiewski.)







Christina Thompson and Shannon Golembiewski admire
Helen Tremblay's jacket (Photo by N. Watkms.)




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A group of seniors wait to get measured for
their caps and gowns. (Photo by C. Rigby)



Taking a break, Natalie Watkins wonders if this
football game will ever end. (Photo by Watkins)






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Sears does a victory dance with her surviving egg
from her physics experiment. (Photo by C Rigby.)

Michelle Mtzrachi bends down to retrieve books from her
locker. Students with bottom lockers eventually got used
to the inconvenience. (Photo by G. Ellis)



iohn Henriquez sweats it out at the Physics Michael Charles is making use of his green
catapult while Alison Howard and Ben thumb in the school's new green house.
Shaha take a break (Photo by C Rigby.) (Photo by P. Baca )




Roberto A Abrego

Juan P. Acevedo

Stephen Acuna

Anthony L. Aird

Maria E. Aleman

Leah Allen



Andrea E. Alvarado

Geraldme M Amat

Donovan J. Arias

Karl S, Arnold

Tanya Arocho

Gabriel J. Bacot



Michelle D. Barnett

Damans J. Batista

Jennifer M. Baumgarder

Daniel Beitia

Toybe I. Bennett

Teresita M. Berrezueta



Dawn E. Bilgray

Stacey R. Boozer

Anthony C. Borowicz

Carole M. Bourbeau

Andrea D. Brandenburg

Ross E. Brayton



Fermin I Broce

Deron D. Brooks

Dana L. Bullard

Marlene T. Bustamante-Herrero

Kevin Cadiz

Jesus M. Calo



Nilda Ivette Camacho

Monique A. Carbonell

Omar Cardona

Carlo M Castillo

Maria Castrellon

Migdalia L. Castro



Jeffrey A. Caughie

Itzel N. Chang

Norman D. Charleville III

Bruce A. Chastain

David Tae-Sung Choi

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Juniors




Martha 0. Clark
Chelsea M. Coffey
Lourdes M. Constante
Anthony V. Cooksey
Heather Cooper
Melame E. Cooper



Tarina B. Cordoba
Christopher D. Corngan
Samantha E. Cowling
John H. Crespo
Chad A. Crouch
Anghela M. Crowdis



Alvaro R. Cruz
Laura J. Cuthbert
Stephen J. Daily
Girlie De La Cruz
Horacio A. Decerga
Cristina M. Del Hoyo



Luis C. Diaz
Susan M. Doughty
Lawrence M. Drennan
Jerry L. Ellingsen
Melinda S. Enckson
Alexander Feliu



Arnold G. Ferguson
Walter Fernandez
Paul Fischbach Jr.
Michael C. Fisher
Bronwyne J. Frith
Ganziano A. Susan



Ronald J. Garrido
Roberto E. George
Golembiewski C. Shawn
Luis Jose Gonzalez
Marcos H. Gonzalez
Dinorath P. Gra|ales



Elbert Grant Jr.
Emil S. Griffin
Carla V. Guerra
Anabel Gundin
Alvaro E. Gutierrez
Edwin 0. Gutierrez



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Michael A. Harris
Rebecca L. Heard
John J. Hennquez
Jose A. Hernandez

Victor 0. Hernandez Jr.

Vannesa E. Hernandez



Fmley W. Hill

William S. Hinkle Jr.

Chelsey E. Hoff

Michael A. Holstrom

Ching-Yeh Hung

Jessie Husband



Chrysta L. Hutchinson

Shondre M. James

Susannah L. Johnson

Timothy R. Johnson

Juanita Ann Jordan

Luis A. Juliao



Megan J. Kelly

Sharol K. Kelly

Teralee R. Kemp

Adrienne J. Kinghorn

Jeanette Y. Knisley

Arthur R. Krapfl Jr.



Michelle A Kuo

Anne M. Langill

James T. Lantry

Tern M. Law

Ana I. Lee

Christopher J. Lee



Kimberly Y. Lee

Christine E. Lively

Tatiana Llach

Jennifer C. Lloyd

Brenda M. Lomba

Joseph P. Lopez



Cesar Lou

Scott A. Lowry

Bryan N. Lugo

Christine M. Maduro

Karma E. Manning

Jesse P. Marotta




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Juniors




Douglas C. Marquardt
Ami L. Mambitt
Carlos H. Martinelli
Angela M. Marx
Audra A. Matheney
Shanna M. Mattingly



Ryan D. McConaughey
Clement S. McFarlane Jr.
Milton McKay
Daphne D. McWhorter
Karen D. Meyer
Nichelle M. Miller



Thomas T. Mitcham
Warren Mobley
Jahaira Montalvo
William T. Moore
Nishawne J. Moran
Veronica L. Morrison



Leah E. Moss
Stephanie M.M. Munoz
Takashi Murata
Nicole M. Nassift
Louise M. Nealy
Gregory S. Nevin



Wesley A. Nicholls
Nayda J. Nieves
Peter J. Norman
Joseph J. Olivares
Henry 0. Ollendick
Luis A. Orande



Brenda L. Ortiz
Tanja M. Ortiz
Midori Oura
Daniel Padilla
Jessica R. Penkoske
Shanna Phelps



Kathenne L. Pierre
Ryan D. Poggenpohl
William H. Pohl
Carlos A. Poveda Jr.
Nichole R. Powe
Jennifer L. Pownall



Juniors



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Jerome 0. Price

Nicole L. K. Profis

Tyler Ross Quinn

Heidi M. Rathtf

Robert F. Reyes

Christopher J. Riley



Latoya T. Rines

Peter A. Rivas III

Carmen E. Rivera

Joniseff M. Robinson

Ivan Rodriguez-Mesa

Lisa M. Roias



Ingrid L. Romagnoll

Brian T. Rowley

Derek D. Rowley

Wendy A. Ruiz

Ricardo A. Salteno

Efram E. Sanchez



Bernardo Santana III

Ernesto Schnack

Marie A. Schulz

Shawn K. Scott

Morgan Seppy

Joseph W. Shaha



Tanaiya R. Shaw

Ana L. Sherry

Amy C. Shie

Ryan J. Singh

Erika E. Small

Enrique R. Smith



Kenneth J. Smith

Valerye M. Spratling

Amanda C. Spurlock

Desiree A. Squire

Jessica A. Staha

Eddie G. Stanford



Kan M. Syrdahl

Jenilee A. Szymanski

Carlos M. Tapanes

Johanna N. Tate

Jennifer D. Thomas

Heather A. Thompson




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Juniors






Not Pictured


Jasskel B. Brassfield


Shannon W. Holmes


Dannie C. Cooper


Amir Humo


Carrie A. Corona


Kisha L. Lentz


Carlos E. DeLeon


Jenniffer Roach


Latoya Foreman


Jeffrey M. Schepper


Raymond Estupiman


David W. Shirley


Luis A. Frias


Drake H. Sprague


Honoray V. Frith


Crystal S. Sterf


Joshua R. Gale


Renee H. Stewart


Erica K. Gonzalez


Brian M. Swenty


Joe A. Gutierrez


Toumani T. Thomas


Gretchen M. Hess


Melissa Upton


Jonathan H. Hoffman






Jesse C. Thompson III
John E. Thompson
Martha Tola
Jamoore K. Toney
Nathan E. Traywick
Suzanne Trippany



Marcia Tunon
Henry B. Twohy III
Vanessa L. Uhorchek
Jennifer L. Ulrich
Shem D. Linger
Anthony C. Usera



Gabnela Valencia
Mildred A. Vasquez
Michelle C. Versailles
Gerardo Villarreal
Lance C. Von Hollen
Riuw Wantanabe



Edgar H. Weeks
Jaqueline A. Weeks
Beniamin Wemhoener-Cuite
James J. Wilson
Russell W. Wilson
William P. Wing Jr.



Jaime Wolf
Raquel I. Wolf
Marcus J- Worcester
Jonathan 0. Wright
Wai Fee Wu
Dilicia Y. Yanez



Jennifer Young
Chung-Oar Yu



Oscar G. Zapata
Joseph R. Zornes



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your eye balls to the T.V. screen.
There are bunches of cartoon
freaks from all ages outhere. You'll
be surprised how many are past
their 40's! And why this cartoon
mania?



"I think they're cool, cartoons
are awesome," says Christine
Lively (11).

And what about those green
slimy artists one keeps hearing
about?

"My favorite cartoons are Ninja
Turtles: because I can relate to
them in personality," says
Vanessa Hernandez (11).

Cartoons appear everywhere



from T.V. to magazines like Fox
Trot. Many people see themselves
in these characters. Alex Sosa
claims to have a similar
personality as one of the Fox Trot
characters.

Yuni Merriweather (12) prefers
the Pink Panther "Cause it's the
funniest cartoon and it's original."

For Omar Cardona (11) it's
"The Flmstones, Yeah!"

Few people remember the
amorphous lovable blobs called the
Barba Papas. One fan, junior
Monique Carbonell says, "They
were an undeniable part of my
childhood."

The Barba Papas could adapt
their shapes and become other



things- horses, cars, trucks, and
other assorted shapes.

"I remember them," said senior
Cathy Rigby. "They were really
weird."

So don't be down, now that you
know what's up "That's all
folks!"









Ana Sherry and Jackie Weeks enioy lunch by their lockers
(Photo by S. Boozer)




Fletcher Hirom takes his turn on the Thalean Bike Ride
(photo by C Rigby )




Billy Wing and Ivan Rodriguez express their liking tor certain
class rings, (photo by C. Rigby)




Megan Kelly listens as Chelsea Coffey tells her about her killer
Analysis test, (photo by G Ellison)





Drake Sprague examines his lunch betore he takes a bite (photo
by S Boozer)



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Monique Carbonell demonstrates how to build a
cookie house during speech class, (photo by M.
Schulz)




The picnic tables were a leisurely hangout among students at
BHS. (photo by C. Rigby)



Nicole Profis and Trevor Huddelston give a quick peck during a
Thursday night YFC event, (photo by S. Boozer)






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Dawn Bilgray shows us a new hairstyle at cheerleading tryouts.
(photo by N Watkins)




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Our Jr. Class Officers are: Vanessa Uhorchak, Monique Carbonell,
and Marie Schulz. (photo by C. Rigby)




Chelsea Coffey shows her spirit by wearing a toga for Toga
Day. (photo by G. Ellison)




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Ryan Poggenpohl keeps an eye on his chemistry experiment,
(photo by A Alvarado)




Juniors



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68 ) Juniors







Work hard! Momque Carbonell concentrates on her work as she
finishes her Chemistry lab. (photo by A. Alvarado)




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"Veah, right!". Susan Ganziano doesn't seem to believe what
she's told, (photo by A Alvarado)



Bryan Lugo concentrates intensely on making a masterpiece
in Ms Kat's Art class, (photo by G. Ellison)



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Ryochi Hasabe advises Scott Leffler on how to put up the umbrella
while Rosa Malave ad|usts her shades. These Physics students kept
track of the rockets' height and speed. (Photo by C. Rigby)




Chad Crouch shows us the disadvantage ot having a bottom locker,
(photo by G. Ellison)







Jennie Ulrich doesn't mind squatting in the dirt to plant a tree for
Ecology Club, (photo D. Mills)




Omar Cardona takes a break from his work and scratches his
nose, (photo by A. Alvarado)



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Juniors




Cristina Thompson spots something much more interesting than
the scrumptious brownie she is eating, (photo by N. Watkins)





Kathy Lopez and Kevin Olandese race to see who could finish
their bowl first, (photo by S. Boozer)




Armando Roach shovels through a whole bunch of papers, (photo
by C Rigby)



Juniors



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A group of |unior and senior high students gather and await for
the "Going Bananas" games to begin. (N. Henderson)




Kim Smith and Gaby Pinto visually participate at the Pep
Rally (photo by C Rigby)




Laura Cuthbert dreamily concentrates on her work
(photo by S Boozer)




Veronica Morrison closes her locker relieved that she
survived another hectic day. (photo by S Boozer)



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Music-The Forbidden Abyss


Blasting through your stereo


customers of the "type" of


speakers is a melody, from


language the album might express.


rhyming lyrics to flowing freaky


Another is that it avoids


screams it moves you; it soothes


censorship. There is an opposing


you. It's music. What are its


view: advisory labels won't protect


limits? Can warning labels prevent


the ears of the young; and the


its effect on people or should it be


more they forbid the music, the


up to the listener?


more it'll be bought. Okay, so


"1 think it's up to the listener


what's the purpose of these labels


'cause it's your choice", says


- to rum the artist's claim to fame


Carla Guerra (11).


or to stop the corruption that


The duty of the advisory label is


music portrays? Where is the


thought by some people to be a


enemy? Is it in the music or in the


good one because it forewarns


mind of the listener?




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Kim Lee warms up by stretching before cheerleading tryouts.
(photo by N. Watkins)




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Andrea Alvarado takes time ott from chemistry class to contem-
plate over the philosophy ot life, (photo by M. Carbonell)




Mrs. Seitz warns her students against the dangers of acid during
a chemistry lab. (photo by M. Carbonell)







Juniors








Josh Gale and Shane Walker contemplate their masterpieces,
(photo by A. Alvarado)




Green Devil cheerleaders wait to perform their routine at the pep
- rally, (photo by G. Dee)




Heidi Ratliff and Thomas Moore buy fattening goodies during
SURF, (photo by A. Alvarado)



Juniors



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Admission was one banana and a
paper cup, but if you forgot it was ok.
The 2nd annual "Going Banana" was
held at CIHS on August 29th tor |unior
and senior high students. It was
sponsored by Youth For Christ (YFC)
and people weren't quite sure why
they were there.

"It's a good way for kids to meet at
the beginning of the year," said Oavid
Herrell, the yellow team leader, "for
some good fun."

While fun was also a reason for
Stacy Boozer (11), her top two
priorities were to "get messy and get
sick tomorrow from bananas."

What was there to get messy over?
In banana volleyball, a wall of people
was erected across the middle of the
floor. Team members paired up holding



a sheet between them with which they
used to serve, catch, spike bananas.
Team members realized they had to
work together to serve.

"She didn't count right! She didn't
throw it when she was supposed fo,
but other than that, it was awesome."
said Pilar Cuite afterwards.

Carlos lam and Cathy Rigby, both
seniors, had paired up for that one. "It
was different ..." said Lam.

"Serving was definitely strange.
Carlos yanked the sheet out of my
hands a few times," said Rigby

Some people seemed lost over what
to make of it all.

"Ask me later. I golta think about
it," said Carl Gale (12).

As the night progressed, new
horrors unfolded. In banana relay two



team members ran up the stage and
were blindfolded. Then they laid down
head to head and reached up over
their heads to feed their partner a
banana. Only after the bananas were
consumed, could they pull off fhe
blindfolds and run off stage to "high
five" the next two team members.

"He kept sticking it in my throat,"
said Scott Leffler (12).

"So ? You kept knocking my
forehead!" said Shawn Patty (12).

After four rounds of banana rounds,
the yellow team won. Were people glad
they came?

Patty said, "Yes, and I think I've
fulfilled my potassium requirement for
the day!"




Scott Leffler and Shawn Patty try to teed each
other a banana. Most people quickly realized
this was much harder than it seemed. (Photo
by N Henderson)



Norman Charieville encourages his
team members on towards victory. Go-
ing Bananas turned out to be a suc-
cess. (Photo by N. Henderson)



Steven A Acosta
Frederick A. Adams



Manuel N Alvarez
Solimar T Anlill.nl,)-.



Ldna P Arnold

Elizabeth I Arosemena

Tanya M Bacot

leedithbell Balbaslio

Michael Banks

Antonio N Banos Arauz



Abdul A. Barrera



Sarah E Beattie
Cameron G Benson

Jessie R. Beiger
Gian Carlo Bianchmi








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Joseph P Bibbo
Noel P Blades
Samaris K. Blades
Jan M Blanchette
Ricardo M Blenman
Joaquin Bond



Walter A Bottm
Walter C Bottm
Thomas P Briceland Jr
Victor E Brown Jr
Holly K Brunner
Michael A Buchanan



Stacy L Burton
MagdehneC Cantu
Elliot Carlson
Idis J Garrison
Felicia Carrola
Jason Carrola



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A drey M. Fleming
David E. Foster
Gary Foster
Amy Fry
Jorge Galvez
Daniel Garcia



Michele R. Gaslm
Lindsay C. Gibbs
Jose A. Gomez
Angel A. Gonzalez Jr.
Baneza J. Gonzalez
Erika Gonzalez



Francisco J. Gonzalez
Jose R. Gonzalez
Rebecca M Gorman
Ivan de la Guardia
Jennifer R. Hannah
Jennifer Hardin Martinson







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Choi Collins looks up to see who is interrupting
her from finishing her hallway decoration.
(Photo by Cowles)



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Carlos E. Lampas Jr.

Dila Lantry

Beth A. Larrabee

Sergio E. Latorre

Lisa Leontiev

Laura M. Lilley



Michylle L. Littrell

Alexander L. Livingston III

Michele M. Lloyd

Analida G. Lopez

Etelvino Lopez

Jesse Lopez



Kathleen Lopez

Edilia Luck

Erich Lukkasson

Jesse Maddox

Ramon Malave

Luis Manzanares




Sophomore
Officers

Guiding The Class Of '95



The Sophomore class
officers are a part of the
Student Association of BHS.
These students help the
Class of '95 by selling pizzas
during lunch to raise money
for their class activities.

Each class competes for
points in order to win a free
pizza party at the end of the
school year. The competition
includes decorating
showcases, hallway
decorations, and



parent/student participation
at the Homecoming
festivities.

The Sophomore class
Sponsor is Mr. Rafael Chen,
who also teaches Shop,
Wood-working, mechanical
drawing and the most
popular course: Driver's Ed.
Mr. Chen works tirelessly in
the Candy store stocking
sodas & candy in order for
the Class of '95 to have
money!



Class officers (L-R): Richard West

President. Choi Collins-Vice Pres.,

Jenell Smart-Secretary, (Photo by S.
Patty)




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Sophomores




Juan C. Martinez
Raul M. Martinez
Brandyn D. Marx
Stephen S. Mcaulifte
Janelle E. McGuinness
Scott G. McKee



Wendy M. McKelvey
Oscar McNeil
Kelvin M. Medina
Kishara M. Meredith
Stacy A. Merkel
John M. Miller Jr.



Vandana Mishra
Roberto F. Modelo
Paula M Monaghan
Kann A. Montagne
Aneris Moreno
Randy Moreno




Sophomore Spotlight



Alexis Shannon Vidaurri



This 15 yr. old sophomore is
a 4.0 student at BHS. Alexis
was born at Gorgas Hospital
and has one brother, Aaron,
attending 8th grade at CuJHS.
Her hobbies include Varsity
Tennis, reading, watching T.V.
and hanging out with her best
friend Lindsay. Mildly speaking,
Alexis loves animals. She has 8
cats, 2 dogs, 5 parrots and 1
scarlet macaw. You can guess
that she aspires a career as a
Veterinarian. This determined
student hopes to attend Duke



University or UNC at Chapel
Hill. Her favorite subject at
BHS is Biology and her favorite
activity is being a member of
PRIDE. Alexis was chosen to
attend PRIDE workshops in El
Valle and Texas where she
learned how to tell kids about
the effects of abusing drugs
and ways students can enjoy
life without drugs. She also
enjoys being a "buddy" for
Special Olympics. We spotlight
Alexis for being a great
sophomore!



Sharing her home and heart with eight
cats is one of the many admirable
traits of Alexis Vidaurri our Sopho-
more Spotlight. Photo by M. Vidaurri.



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Kenneth H. Morris Jr.

Christopher S Morrison

Rory D. Mourning-Young

Kimberlyn L. Myers

Brent A. MynckReese

Rajesh u Nandwani



Nakisha M Nathan

Michael E. Naviky

Jonathan T Neal

Talisa A Nelson

Anthony D. Nickisch
Richard T Nolan



Khristine D Nolte

Daniel A Norman

Alicia Nunez

Montie C. Oliver Jr.

Alberto E. Onllac

Jim Ortiz



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Sophomore Spirit

1993 Cheerleading Clinic



The Sophomore class showed
their spirit by actively participating
in the 1993 Cheerleading Clinic.
The clinic was held in February at
the newly renovated and
air-conditioned BHS gym. During
the first week over 80 girls
practiced the cheer, chant and
jumps required. A preliminary
try-out was held after the first
week. During the second week the
girls perfected their skills at
cheering, lumping and chanting
while the team sponsors checked
out who they wanted to draft.
Each girl was given a number and
they each had to anxiously await
their turn outside the gym while
individual try-outs were held. A
panel of |udges from the
community rated each participant



on the basis of their skills in voice
projection, spirit, enthusiasm,
height of |ump and precision of
cheer. Students from Curundu Jr.
High, Balboa High and Panama
Canal College were eligible to
try-out for the 4 Cheerleading
squads. After the final try-outs,
each girl was drafted onto a
squad. Everyone was waiting
outside the gym until dark for the
announcements to be made. There
were tears of joy as well as tears
of frustration as many girls were
picked onto their favorite squads,
while others did not make the final
cut. Over 40 sophomores
participated in this 2 week long
event. We can definitely agree that
the Class of 95 showed their
school spirit.



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Jose A. Ortiz
Ruth-Ann Ostander
Andrew H Page
Jean P Pederson
Lateetah K. Peoples
Jerrome J Peterson



Summer M Pettaway

Meredith N. Pitts
Jane M. Posey
Jill E. Pownall
Jessica D. Quintan
Jimmy L Ragsdale



Wilbert Reese
Osiris L. Rios
Glenn Rivera
Praxedes Rivera
Isaman Rivera-Rosa
Thamahara Roach




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tice begins. (Photo by N. Watkins.) between routines. (Photo by N. Watkins.)



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Class Of '95

. Facts On File



Sophomores enter Balboa High
school with lots of enthusiasm as
well as a little apprehension. This
is caused by their fear of Seniors!
Handling the fear tactics brought
on by the Seniors is not an easy
job, but this year's sophs handled
this burden with style.

A typical day in the life of a
Sophomore begins at the corner,
outside the main office, near the
gym or in the hallways. In other
words, Sophomores can be found
just about anywhere at BHS
- talking, laughing, studying,
walking, skating, or listening to
walkmans.

When asked what's great about
being a sophomore, Mary Kibbler
replies; "There's more guys to
choose from at BHS." Other
comments heard in the halls;
"Leaving the Junior High", "We're
new so we can get lost in the
crowd", "Some students are nicer
to us because we're new."

There are a few students who
would like to see some changes
made at BHS. Danny Norman
states; "The cafeteria food is



terrible. We should have a better
selection of healthy foods." Jill
Hauser says; "I'd like to see a
greater participation at the sports
events because everyone just goes
to the football games in the fall
and then hardly anyone goes to
the other athletic events."

SOPHOMORE SAYINGS:

"I'm lost." C.C.

"I'm not a bimbo." B.M.

"Excuse Me." J.E.

"Chill Out." K.L.

"Drama is cool." G.C.

"Do you like my hair?" K.M.

"Is there homeroom today?" N.F.

"Where's your recycle box?" S.B.

"Someone broke into my locker."

K.K.

All in all, the class of 95 are
tough students who have learned
to overcome their fear of Seniors
by the end of the school year. It
hasn't been an easy year for these
students who were once on top of
the school at the Jr. High, but they
will survive the year with grace
and style.




Todd R. Roberts

Lucas C. Robertson

Raul Rodarte

Roberto A. Rodriguez Jr.

Tirzo D. Ro|o

Mark D. Roscoe



Carlos E. Royo

Valerie Ruiz

Veronica C. Salazar

Julian F. Salinas

Eileen J. Santa

Laura Santiago




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Sophomores



Sophomore Devon Sprague ponders about
her cheerleading skills as she prepares to
try-out for a Varsity squad. Over forty
sophomores tried out for cheerleading.
(Photo by N. Watkins.)



Mary Kibbler mingles with a friend at the
Health Fair. Many sophomores participated
in this event at BHS working at booths and
setting up displays for their clubs. (Photo
by C. Rigby.)



Sarah Beattie and Annelle Urriola enjoy
lunch outside at the bohio. Sophomore
class sponsor, Mr. Chen headed up the pro-
ject to construct the popular bohio last
year. (Photo by C. Rigby.)




Hugh F. Scruggs II
Christopher Sheets
Catherine D. Sherfy
William D. Shorter
Marioly M. Silvera
Matthew D. Simmons



Harna K. Singh
Isabel A. Sirias
Jamal S. Skinner
Jenell L. Smart
Aaron L Smith
Angely M. Smith



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Leovihilda Smith

Hemda Sokol

Aleiandro Sosa Jr.

Robinn Starks

Maylinn Steinbarger

Hashim Stevenson



Rhoda Sween

Matthew Sweeney

Brandon Swistak

Alyson Sylvester

Kathia Tagarapulos

Sebastian Tapia



Adrian Teiada

Joseph Terrell

Aaron Thames

Kathy Tisby

Michelle Truchsess

Gregory Tulk



Annelle Urnola

Tabitha Valdilles

Brian Vanairsdale

Maria Vasquez

Gloria Velez

Luis Vergara



Alexis Vidaurn

Andrew Vidinha

Robert Van Wagner

Ni|ah Warner

Wayne Watkins

Samual Weatherby



Dwight White Jr.

Jessie Williams

Robert Williams

Tarp Williams

Charles Worthington

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Sophomores




Janelle McGuinness and Katie Wilder pre Benjamin Goode is surprised to turn around

pare themselves to look their best to re- and have this picture taken. Many people

ceive the crown at the Homecoming Dance agree that those are the best types of pic-

(Photo by P. Cowles) tures. (Photo by P. Cowles)




Naomi Yano
Oskar H. Zayas
Francisco Serrano



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Choi Collins and Jenell Smart discuss how
their sales are going for the Sophomore
Class. (Photo by P. Cowles)



Elizabeth Arosemena was not expecting her
picture to be taken, Nice hair, huh? (Photo
by P. Cowles)



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Many students ot the Sophomore class
to the football games to show off
their musical skills. ( Photo by P.
Cowles)




Not Pictured



Christopher T. Acosta
Michdei A Acosta
Cesar A Banda
Jason P Barton
Mylissa L Bateman
Angela M Bland
Tavarus Blanks
Joaquin A. Boyd
Raul Chang
David M Church
Martha Clark
Dorlores Collazo



Guanonex R Colon
Giana Daniel M
Raymond A. Estupmian
Tamara A Francis
Nicole A Frank
Nestor D Garcia
Benjamin Goode
Jill M Hauser
Christopher J Howard
Kelly R Hunt
Fernando J Johnson
James R Jungenberg



Caroline Kirkland
Bianca Logan
Chanda I. Mason
Jennifer S. McCormick
Samuel A McGumness Jr
Luchaniya A Myatt
Agustin J. Ortiz
Javier A. Osorio
Juan C. Palacio
Leonardo Paredes
Brian E Pierce
Luke E. Powell



Shane P. Ryley
Latoya N Smith
Melissa A. Upton
Michelle A Vasquez
Carlton Ward Jr
Brynn K Wemhoener-Cuite
Richard West Jr
Michelle T Womble



Bryan Vanairsdale and Michael Navicky ex
press themselves. BHS has many creative
sophomores (Photo by P Cowles)



Kathy Tisby was giving advice to
Wendy McKelvey on her design for an
English project. (Photo by P. Cowles)



Sophomores



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BHS Faculty



Keeping The Tradition Alive



The BHS (acuity consists of over
50 staff members including
specialists, counselors, and three
administrators. Many faculty members
dedicate their time after school to
sponsor clubs, varsity sports, special
events, charities, and Student
Association.

Our faculty keeps up with the latest
in educational trends by taking college
courses offered locally as well as
stateside classes during the summer.
BHS students are lucky to have so
many varied and unusual teachers!
Lots of them donate their time to
community events, too. We have
artists, actors, athletes, historians,
coaches, musicians, linguists,
mathematicians, and scientists among
our faculty. Balboa High School has
maintained its rich tradition in
excellence through its talented faculty.



Eight faculty members are BHS
alumni. From the Class of '62 we have
Mrs. Corbett & Mr. Anderson. Mr.
Quinn is a graduate of '65. The Class
of 77 is represented by Mrs. Bales,
Mr. Seitz, and Mr. Young. Mrs. Seitz is
an '82 graduate, while our most
recent alumnus is Ms. Cowles from
the Class of '86.

BHS teachers don't come a dime a
dozen. Potential teachers should
consider the rigorous work and
sacrifices that come with the territory.
Aside from keeping everything
organized, they have to deal with the
occasional obnoxious student, which
can cause a gray hair now & then.
Yup, BHS teachers are a special breed.
Who knows? Maybe someone from the
Class of '93 will become a new BHS
teacher.



Elena Allen
Patricia Alvarado



Kenneth Anderson
Melanie Bales




Mr. Thale records the weight and size ot this
soccer ball-wrapped egg lor the egg catapult.
Physics students constructed catapults as well
as egg containers. (Photo by C Rigby)

In the BHS greenhouse, Mrs, Seitz explains to
Tara Norton how important it is tor students to
learn how to care tor plants. Over 40 students
are in the BHS BHS. (Photo by F. Westgate.)



Faculty



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Sylvia Baptiste
Susan Bernasconi



Sydney Corbett
Patricia Cowles



Luis Cuevas
Geraldine Dee



Denise Evans
Gene Fendnck



Amelia Fisher
John Forester



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Mrs. Petersen obser.es as Dawn Keays and ^ ^ er ha|]ds a er work

Nancy Henderson try to figure out Calculus m he use (ph0 G Dee)

heiroglyphics. (Photo by C. Rigby)






Ernest Holland
Dons Hunt



Peggy Jones
Marsha Kat



Nancy Manchester
Johnnie McGregor



Joanne Mitchell
Wilma Monlouis



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Ralph Howell



This year BHS will lose one of its finest
educators: Mr. Ralph Howell. The Zonian staff would
like to offer this tribute in the '93 yearbook to this
great teacher. Mr. Howell has been teaching at BHS
off and on for 11 years. He holds a Master of Arts in
Linguistics and Literature from the Univ. of Southern
Miss. Did you know he was once fluent in the
Cambodian language and worked for the NSA before
moving to Panama? An avid sportsfan, Mr. Howell
has coached soccer, football, as well as being ESL
dept. chairman at PCC. At BHS he has been on the
Building Leadership Team and chaired the NCA
committee. One of his fondest memories of life at
BHS was coaching his soccer team to an undefeated
season! We asked Mr. Howell what he will miss
about Panama he states; "friends, students,
tropical plants, and trees". We wish him the best of
luck as he retires to Knoxville, Tenn. where his wife,
Mary Eva (BHS class of '63) and four children are
anxiously awaiting his arrival. GO VOLS!




Mr. Howell explains to Oscar Girford what he ex
peels Itom his debate (Photo by C Rigby)



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ncademics, a major
part of any school en-
vironment, wasn't always
found in the classroom. Stu-
dents learned about the im-
portance of getting involved
in the political scene from
Prescott Bush earlier in the
year and found how impor-
tant nutrition is to the body at
the Health Fair. Seniors un-
derwent the tedious process
of applying to college and for
scholarships while Juniors
had their last chance at the
PS AT and becoming National
Merit Scholars. New Ex-
tended courses were added
to this year's curriculum and
the Black Cultural Awareness
Club once again hosted it's
discussion panel.



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Academics




A( the Republican Dinner, Prescott Bush stops to
greet Minoska Bianchmi and Noni Robinson. (Photo
by 0. Gifford)



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Fair Provides A New

Insight On Health



On Sept. 16th the first
Health Fair was held in the
BHS gym. Students were
allowed to go all day,
allowing that their teachers
okayed it. There were a
variety of things to do. A
two page checklist was
provided so that students
could record activities such



as checking their hearing,
teeth, blood pressure,
cholesterol, height and
weight.

There were several
stationary bikes you could
ride and later check on your
pulse. Several clubs had
booths. JROTC had a stress
trivia game and SADD had



information on driving while
under the influence.
Mrs. Hunt's efforts in
putting on the health fair
paid off.

"I think this is much
better fun than last year's
Business Fair," said Mr.
Waugh. "There are more
activities the kids can do."




A group of guys experiment on the
computers. Many of the booths re-
quired the use of the Apples
(Photo by C. Rigby)



lodie Nunan gets her teeth
checked by a dental technician.
(Photo by C Rigby)



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Mrs. Sosa is one of the extended
govt, teachers. The class meets
weekly at lunch (C Rigby)



Jennifer Black and Erin Blagg
await their turn to debate (Photo
by D White)




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Gaining Knowledge



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The two new extended
classes that were added to
this year's curriculum are
Extended Analysis, taught
by Mrs. Peterson and Ms.
Hinkle, and Extended Govt,
taught by Mrs. Sosa and
Mr. Waugh. Extended
Physics, Extended Calculus,
Extended Physiology, AP
English, and AP Spanish are
still ottered with minor
changes. AP English is now



taught by Mr. Howell.

Extended classes require
the maintaining ol a 'B'
average. People who tail to
do so are placed on
probation and run the risk
ot being taken out ot
Extended. Some Extended
classes are taught along
with the regular class as in
Extended Calculus or
Extended Analysis. AP
classes are separate classes



altogether like AP Spanish
or AP English.

An advantage to
extended or AP classes is
the weighted grade. This is
why some students
maintain a GPA above 4.0
Another advantage is the
AP exam. A high score may
count towards college
credit



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Mr Thale explains what crests and
troughs are in waves with a long
hose Waves were only one of the
exciting topics studied in Physics.
(Photo by CRigby)

Carlos Lam and Scott Leffler argue
their position on their debate day
(Photo by D White)



Physics Students Find They're

Thalean Slaves



A lot of people drop Mr.
Thale's Physics class the
first week of school. It's
just too intimidating. Those
who remain sometimes
wonder why on earth they
did.

Lab reports on the
acceleration ot gravity or
on a swinging pendulum is
cause enough to panic.

The competitive edge in
some activities is even
worse.

The first ma|or project
was constructing a catapult
no heavier than two
kilograms and no longer



than 50 x 50 cm that could
hurl an egg in a container a
meter tall wall from 1.5
meters away. They were
launched December 18th.

"I spent last night crying
'cause if (the catapult)
kept going backwards. I was
afraid it would shoot into
the audience. I'm glad it's
over ... and so is mole,"
said Kate Sears (12).
Sears used a stuffed animal
as her egg container.

The next proiect was
considerably easier. The
Thalean physicists merely
had to help BES students



assemble rockets from kits.
They were launched on
March 5th.

In spite of the
difficulties, most students
find passing Thale's a feat
within itself.

"Choosing to take
Thalean Physics is like
purposely jumping into an
active spinning washing
machine because of the
turmoil. However when you
come out you're brighter
than you were before," said
Carlos Lam.




Mr. Thale and Erine Stames try to
get BES students prepared to
launch. The 5th and 6th graders
were very excited (Photo by C
Rigby)



Frank Ender sends his egg Hying
over the wall. Frank was the over
all winner ol the egg catapulting
contest (Photo by C Rigby)





33D



A Day In The Life Of



The School Cafeteria



The kitchen gets a looking over as
three members ot the "Fit to Win"
committee take a glance around.
(Photo by C Rigby)



On September 10,
S0UTHC0M J-l came to Balboa
High School to inspect the
cafeteria. Members of the "Fit
To Win" committee wanted to
see how healthy the food being
served to students really was.
They personally asked Shawn
Patty, the S.A. President, to
show them around It was a
spot inspection and no one,
not even the administration



even knew about it.

The committee was mildly
pleased with their findings.
One thing that they didn't like
was the way the students left
the cafeteria after lunch. "It's
filthy. They just throw their
trash anywhere," said Sheila
Laird, the committee leader.
"These are high school
Students' If you asked me, I
would of said that it was a pig



pen," she later said.

They say that a cafeteria is
a serious reflection on the
school. I guess in this case we
should be ashamed of our
rude, uncouth manners. After
all, we are high school
students and we should
conduct ourselves in such a
manner Shawn Patty






S



Parents otten had difficulty finding
their kids' classes Schedules
didn't seem to be much help
(Photo by 8 Meyers)

Two dads check out the doughnuts
in the library during "lunch." Re-
freshments were provided by the
S.A (Photo by B Meyers)



A






H



One of the cafeteria workers
serves up another order of fries.
Most students lunch consisted of
only fries (Photo by C. Rigby)

Mr. Anderson answers one of
Sheila Laird's questions Ms. Laird
was one ot the people who came
to check health standards. (Photo
by C, Rigby)



118 ] Academics



ft



A hallway usually filled with stu-
dents going to class finds itself
filled with lost and contused par-
ents trying to beat the tardy bell
(Photo by B. Meyers)



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Parents Find Themselves Going



Back To School



The annual "Back To
School" was held earlier on in
the year (September 9th).
This event encourages parents
to find out about the school
that their dependents go to.
Parents come to the school at
night and follow their kids'
schedules as if they were going
through a regular school day
themselves.



"Classes" are only ten
minutes long. This gives the
teachers enough time to
explain the general purpose
and the goals of the class. Ms.
Gardill has a unique way of
spending these ten minutes-she
videotapes her classes during
the day and then at "Back to
School" parents get to see
their kids in action.



"Lunch" is ten minutes in
the library for coffee and
doughnuts. NHS members
serve as guides for lost
parents and the S.A. helps out
with the food.

"I think it was a great idea,
although I know I don't want to
be a kid again. Some of the
teachers look evil!" said Stan
Patty, a parent.



Students look at brochures from
Bentley and Curry colleges Several
college fairs were held during the
year. (Photo by G. Ellison)

Seniors Gma Ellison. Robert Ped-
ersen and Greg Parsons take a
look at the pamphlets handed out
at the College Fair. (Photo by C.

R'gby)




Seniors Look Into The Future At



College Fair '92



The BHS College/Career
center hosts several college
Fairs each year at the BHS
library Ms. Dottie White, one
ot the BHS Counselors, is
responsible tor these lairs.
Recruiting othcials trom
various colleges and
universities came to BHS and
displayed pamphlets and



information about their
schools. BHS students are
allowed lo leave their classes
to attend the lair Most of the
time students look over the
information and listen to short
lectures about college lite. The
presenters give information
about tuition, books,
prerequisites lor courses.



scholarships available, school
size, climate, clubs, and
organizations available on
campus. The fairs are a great
way for BHS students to learn
more about what lite will be
like after graduation. It helps
to have a personal touch by
talking to people who live and
work at each school.



120 ) Academics




CTBS Comes For Underclassmen



As Seniors Skip Classes



CTBS testing was back once
again tor the underclassmen
during the week ol March 15th
through 17th. CTBS testing is
done to see how students rank
m basic skills such as reading,
writing, and math. The test is
taken during homerooms and
classes are shortened lor the
rest ol the day. Seniors, on the
other hand, take the ASVAB.
This tests vocational skills to
determine what sort ol career



a person would most likely be
able to pursue. For the next
few days while the
underclassmen finish taking
the CTBS the seniors get to
enjoy their skip days On the
16th, the seniors went to the
Amador theater to see the
movie "Forever Young'* and
then they walked to the
Amador Officer's Club for
lunch and some fun and
games. The following day they



were treated to a hot
breakfast in the cafeteria The
cost for all of this was just
lour dollars.

"I think it was a good idea
lor seniors to get a break from
having to go to school. I'm
pretty sure that everybody
needed it. I know I definitely
did after slaving over the
yearbook 1 said Cathy Rigby




Alter watching the movie, a group
ol seniors begin to walk down lo
the Amador Oflicei's Club lot
lunch. (Photo by C Rigby)



Mike Morgan and Melissa Webb
share a hug as they wait in line to
get some lood. (Photo by C
Rigbv)




[Jl22j~^



Academics





f\ rganizations exist be-

JJ cause people have a
natural tendency to get to-
gether for fun, work, or for a
cause. There are many var-
ied clubs and activities in
BHS. Some are dedicated to
helping people, like SADD,
and others introduce students
to different cultures, like
Spanish Club or French Club.
Most people join these ac-
tivities to learn something new
like developing prints in the
Photography Cub.

Some organizations you
cannot just join, but are ad-
mitted into-Spanish Honor
Society, Biological Honor
Society, National Honor So-
ciety, or Thespians.

These groups' efforts can
be seen everywhere at BHS



talMW^ Eflg\mg\




E3:



Clubs



3




Drake Sprague puts in some time working at the new green house
with the Ecology Club. The green house was built over the sum-
mer and Ecology Club and BHS members set it up.



Clubs



3



CARNIVAL!



BHS Clubs Celebrate The Moment



Carnavalito, Mardigras,
fiesta, excitement, and .
culture! These two clubs may
be different on the outside, but
if looked on from within,
culture is the basis for both.
They are both very successful
in their activities.

This year the Spanish club's



Carnavalito and French Club's
Mardigras was held at the
P.C.C. auditorium. This yearly
tradition has always seemed to
put everyone in a festive mood.
Where would they be without
their sponsors' Thanks to Mr.
Vaz and Mrs. Roa everything
was possible.




Ivan Rodriiuei. spiays down a car at
Ihe Spanish Club car wash The ear
wash was a "wel" event that many
members attended and a great tund
raising activity



The Carnavalito Court dances one ot
their tipico numbers. The club elects
members who learn to dance tipico for
carnavalito (Photo by C Rigbyl





f ent h Club members take a field trip

Casco Vieio tor lunch. Before having

'"nch they went to the French Em-



,!.



lor a tour



Patricia Ortil. Queen of Carnavalito,
l( *aks to the crowd Her speech as
agned titles to each court subiect ac-
cording to their talents. (Photo by C

Rigby)



.nown, B Aichibold, M Caslio, I Culhbeit, Mi Var, V Uhoichak, f Westgate, C Rigby 2nd 1
, R Wall. M Estiada, S Tones, M Peaice, P Avellalemonl 3rd Row t Kemp, 1 Slaha. G I
t Small, D Robinson. N Nassit 4th Row A Umola, I Posey, D Blight. W Pohl. A. Sosa. J I
oveda. M Beerezueta. R Osliandei, C liyely, A Sheny, C Lou S Ungei B Wing I






Z-~ ~~^ : ft. *c :



m



*<.w mj*J mt*^*.



tart r,ol iow t Mtchim.A Gundin. S Ii.pan,,H Ol.ndick 2nd .0. It Cadi,, B Win,. Kuo, D Giaiales, R Mala* I Oli.a.es. C
Z, ulo.n.N ..n 3,d,o. f Can.l,, C Collins. 6 A (1 ,,o, N N.SSil, . W.ll. N. F Ik, De LaCo, S Do.,1,1, Un ...n A
,a,ado S Meilel 1th in. D Dia, Unkno.n. Unknown. I liley, Unknown. I Kahn. Unknown, Unknown 5th ,o Unknown. S Atone,, C Boo,
beau I Gale E Guadalupe. D Robinson Bach io M Webb, S tslupiman. E Meitel



Christina Gonzalez saves lives by

pulling apart plastic soda can rings that

otherwise choke animals (Photo by W.

Westgate)

Dean Mills patiently digs into Mother

Earth. Planting trees was a common

activity (or the Ecology Club (Photo

by F Westgate)



fcotoqy club: Front row: A. Siddiqui. B Meyers, N. Blanc, M. Propst, J Ullnch, C. Coffey, C Modelo, Ms Baca. 2nd
row m Estrada. P. Kuo. Yane;, S. Boo;er. M Hogan, K. Olandese.M Mizrachi.L teontiev. 3rd row 0. Grajates, G De
LaCru;, J Stana, N. Profis. J. Symanski. a. Gundm, F Westgate, S Walker, j. Hennquez. 4tn row unknown, unknown, A.
Wagner, Unknown, J Penkoske, V Hemanoez, J Pownail, R Hasaoe 5th row M Berrezueta, M Castro. C Lwefy, Q
Underwood, L. Got*. A. Vidaum. C. Merrera, S linger, T Kobayashi, ft Nandwam 6th row: A. Castro, J. Neal, A.
Kinghorn, V Morrison, M Kelly E. Schnaa 7th row: C Poveda, A Sosa, A Page, C. Lou, Y. Park Back row A Cruze.
Unknown. A. Marx, D. Mills, D Bnght, T. Qumn, M Petnjcci, C Krapfl, L. Gibson. C Momson.




A Wordly View



Students show the



Ecology and SADD. Two of

the most helpful clubs in

school. And wouldn't you know

it? Their names say as much as

their healing deeds. One group

tries to help our wonderful

planet EARTH, while the other

tries to help the people on it.

Ecology for one, not only

expresses concern for our

world, but also does something

about it. Our world is definitely

in our hands. So why not help

out? So far, the Ecology Club

has definitely done its best,

and is continuing to do so by



organizing people to plant

trees, make recycle boxes,

shred paper, etc. Although they

are a very profitable club, that

doesn't mean the rest of us

can |ust sit back and relax! We

can help too! How? In many

ways. But first here's and easy

way to begin reduce, reuse,

recycle!

SADD (Students Against

Drunk Driving), has also played

a big role in helping the student

body. During the 1992 Health

Fair, SADD members presented

a drugs/alcohol exhibit to show




students what harmful irritants

to their bodies look like as well

as what these irritants do to

their bodies. The group

continued with their yearly Red

Ribbon Campaign which

reached out to everyone and

touched many with the

message "Don't drink and

drive". In order to make their

message clear. SADD members

march on hoping their actions

will affect the decisions of

students at BHS in a positive

way.



Honor Societies



Are Getting Involved



There are five honor
societies at BHS: Biological
Honor Society, National Honor
Society, Spanish Honor Society,
and Quill and Scroll.

Some of BHS' activities
include informative field trips
to El Valle and canoeing down
the Chagres river.

NHS is a charitable club that



does such things as making
sandwiches for the poor and
helping with Special Olympics.

SHS, a more culturally
inclined honor society, had a
banquet celebrating the 500th
Anniversary of the discovery of
America. (SHS picture
unavailable.)




Megan Kelly eats her lunch during an
NHS meeting (Photo by C Rigby)

A group ot BHS members talk in the
greenhouse while Ivan Rodriguez
checks a plant. (Photo by C Rigby)



Lauren Schulman. Momque Carbonell, Jessica Pen-
koske. and Marie Schultz pack soil tor the green
house. {Photo by F. Westgate)




NHS: Front row: M. Charles, C. Lou. V Spralling. D. Sprague. C. Hinkle, J. Pownall. J. Weeks.
2nd row: N. Nassif. J. Statia. S. Linger. L. Rojas. £. Scnbner. E. Stames. K. Sears. K. Shaded*.
3rd row: R. Hasabe, T. Quinn. J Roscoe. Y. Park. M. Propst. M. Kelly. C. Coffey. A. Kmghom. D.
Grajales. J. Jaen, L. Segura. Back row. N. Henderson, M. Nevarez. A. Wagner, T. Kemp, J. Ullrich.
S. Boozer.




*WTTT





BHS: Front row: C Lou. S Unger M Worcester D Sprague, Choi. T Norton 2nd row M Charles.
M Wing V Spralling, A Spurtock, C Htnkte, M Seltz 3rd row E Schnack. T Usera, M Schulz. M
Cartionell E Scrtbner. E Stames K Sears 4th row T Quinn J Roscoe. L Rojas, v uhorchek. M
Propst, M Mlzrachl. M Fisher 5th row J Stana. M Kuo, N Nasstf. J Symanskl B* row: Y Park. R
Hasabe. J Neal. V Hernandez, J Penkoske A Klnghorn, D Selz



130





t



Clubs



Rebecca Heard and Nicole Blanc

share a moment before their cue
on stage. (Photo by G. Ellis)



Doug Marqhaurdt sings through his
jart in OKLAHOMA! (Photo by G.
Ellis)



Drama: Front row: R. Hanson, K. Sears, K. Shadeck, E. Hatchett. 2nd row: S. Boozer, D.
Yanez, S. Johnson, V. Hernandez, M. Nevarez. K. Lopez, J. Ullnch, N. Profis, L Rojas, A. Kingdom, J.
Penkoske, C. Modelo. 3rd row: V, Corbett, M Propst, A. Marx. S. Unger. C. Coffey, M. Kelly. Back
row: J. Walters, N. Traywick, O. Marqhaurdt N. Blanc, T. Worthington, J. Neal, F. Hirom, A.
Sylvester, O. Gifford.




For Thespians

All the World's a Stage



Have you ever considered
lecoming a Thespian? Well, if
'ou have, you probably know
low much work it requires.

In order to become a
hespian, you have to be
nvolved with the school
ind/or community plays. You
;ee, with each play production
(ou work in, you are given a
;ertain number of points. The
amount depends on the
mportance of the |ob. Now,
Jon't take it wrong, becoming
a Thespian can also mean



having lots of fun. During a
production, the weirdest things
can happen.

Once you have acquired ten
points, you are a candidate for
Thespianhood. It's a title to
make you feel proud.

So if you really like the
idea, go to the next play
rehearsal and sign up for
backstage. Better still, try out!
Who knows? You may become
the next Tom Cruise or Jodie
Foster.




Drama Thespians: Front row: Ft hanson. K Sears. K Shadeck. E. Hatchet! 2nd row: S Boozer. D
Yanez. J Ullrich, A Kiighom 3rd row: N Protls. L Flolas, S Unger. C Coney. M Kelly Back row: M
Propst. V. Corbett, A. Marx, N. Blanc. F. Hlrom. O Gfflord



Clubs



IS*





Shawn Palty sets up prints in the dark-
room Almost all of the yearbook pho-
tos were developed in the BHS dark-
room. {Photo by C Rigby).

James Lantrey cuts his silk screen film.
As a member ot the art club, many
neat proiects were available to you.
(Photo by J. Staha).



Gina Ellison and Kevin Olandese study
candids of students. Developing film
was one of the many things the Pho-
tography Club did. (Photo by C Rigby)




Imagine



Two Perspectives



CREATIVITY . that's the
key word behind the Art and
Photo clubs which makes them
so unique.

The Art Club meets several
times a month to work on such
proiects as restoring murals
and printing T-shirts. The Art



Club also allows the student to
enhance his/her artistic ability.

Behind the camera, the
Photo Club works to capture
the essence of student life.
Through both, we learn new
ways to express ourselves from
a different point view.



134 ) Clubs



Clubs I 135



Noteworthy



Music To Our Ears



Things just never seem
complete without music, which
is why Band and Chorus are so
important in our school. Music
puts everyone in a good mood,
and is something that everyone
enjoys.

Band brings music to our
ears in such events as football



games, the Christmas Village,
concerts, etc. Chorus also
plays their part in many
seasonal concerts, as well as
the Christmas Village. Let's
hope that they continue the
good work so we can all
continue living in "harmony".




Nancy Henderson and Mo Nakagawa
try to giasp the right hey Practicing
toi performances was not an easy task
in Select Chorus

Band members catch a breath before
lumping into another song Through out
the year, then music was with us dur-
ing many special events (Photo by C.
Rigby)




IfaftUXvw M Littieli N Henderson, M WeoO, V Hernandez T Worthington, E Guadalupe M Estrada 2nd row S Booier Ynaez L tiley.
V Chen. N Yano, Y Natagawa 3rd row K Olandese. R Demas, E Downs. T. Shaw. Squire 4th row R Gomel. D Diaz, E Cruz. Y Tunon, A.
SlHHTod. A Sanchez Sasha Barren. 1 Diaz I loseph nth row 6 lomba. C Bouiboo R Rivera A Roach. A Sylvester. I Rhine* Back Row C
Castillo Williams, ft Tia.wxt loth. D Marqhuardt




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£? 1 £ 1



AM om From ,o. H Henderson, Went, V Hernandez. I Wo.lh.[lo, N Inywiek 2nd low Yanez. t Lrrly, V Chen, I Shaw, N
Yno, Y Nalajawa 3rd row Oemas. E Downs > Sanchez, D rtaquha.dl, A Sylvlller



In Control



Behind The Screens



Did you "find your perfect
date?" After several programs,
the computer club finally found
the "perfect" match for
everyone.

Maybe it seems as if the
Computer Club has only
produced that one successful




Focusing

On Close-Up



Imagine missing a whole week
of school to travel to
Washington. DC to learn about
the U.S. government and how it
works; by being a member of
Close-up you get this chance.

To apply you have to write an




essay on why you'd like to go
and turn it in to Mr Waugh. Only
eight students from BHS are
chosen. They raise money for the
trip by having raffles and even
selling romance novels. Despite
all the work, it's worth it.




Close-Up: (Lett to right) B Shaha. M.
Nevarez, G. de la Cruze. L. Schulman,
). Cruz (Photo by P Cowles)



140 ) Clubs



1




Various Biological Honor Society mem-
bers dedicate a Saturday morning to
work on the greenhouse with Mr. Seitz.
(Photo by F.Westgate)



Kevin Olandese and Cathy Rigby super-
vise Michelle Mizrachi while she draws
up a layout. (Photo by S Patty)




Mr. Bales patiently sells BHS year
books to students in front ot the main
office during lunch time (Photo by C.
Rigby)



LZ



3






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uiwir"




JROTC fcumu'aava list in a)pftat>e8cal order). R Abrego, J Acevedo. C Acosli A Ah). N Aim L Allen G BarDer G Banchim
N Blades, T Bnceland. A Borowlcz, J Brasslield. V Brown. C Castillo. H. Chang, N. Cradville. M Clark. A Cooper J Coronaoo J
Crowder I. De la Guaraia. C. Del Hoyo. N S Dhalrwal. J Domenech. P Edwards. J Elllngsen. J Falrcnild L Fnas J Fullerlon J
Gavel D Gllens. A Gonzalez. E Granl. J Gulkjnez. H Headley, J Hernandez. J Hernandez, M Hen. J Hlgley J Hoflman'j
Holley y Hudson H JeMrey. L. Jones. A Kirkpatnck, K. Lenlz, C Lee. B Logan. B Lomba M Uoyd. J Maddc* L Manzanares D
Marquardl. J Martinez. M McCoy. J Memwealher. W McKervey. R. Mm. w Moore. R. Morrts. T Nelson G Nevm M Oliver J
Padilla, L Powell, L Paredes, K Plene, W Reese. R Rivera J Robinson. V Ruiz, B Sanlana. S ScotL J Seats C Sheels D
Sntfey, K Smrih. L Smh. C Tapanes, S Tapla. A Te|ada. J Thompson. G Tulk. Y Tunon. M. Uplon M vasquez O Zayas



Ms, Dee organizes herself and her
thoughts before discussing the
S.A.'s next plans. (Photo by C.
Rigbv)










jnior S.A. President. Vanessa
lorchak, concentrates on some
^ ideas to share and study with
ie rest ot the Student Associa-
te (Photo by C Rigby)



Student Association: Front row: J Smart 2nd row: M Ca/bonell, M Schul*. N RoDinson. Ms Dee Bach row: S Palty. O
Glfford, E Halchetl. C Lam.



lis IaIsaaaasaIaTOII 11






Peer Helping: From row: N Robinson, S WelB. M BBIchwell. Ms Severson 2nd row; unknown. D Diaz. R Hanson. S Hani
Back row: P Edwards



Clubs 145



rbook. Front row: G. Pinto, A. AlvararJo, S. Boozer, C. Rigby. H, Thompson. 2nd row: C. Guerra, M. Carbonell,
D. Yanez, N. Henderson, N, Manchester. 3rd row: M. Mizrachi, Y. Park, J. Rillamas, J. Gale, S. Patty. (The rest of
the staft is not pictured.)



Mrs. Bales and Mr. Buda, the Jostens repre
sentative, go over the new contract. Thi
yearbook contract. The yearbook contrac
is renewed each year. (Photo by C. Rigby)



Dilicia Yanez searches through photos for
her layout. Good photos are essential for a
good spread. (Photo by C. Rigby)




Student life:


Carla Guerra


Michelle Kuo


Oinorath Grajales


Mane Schulz


Pat Pratt


Gabnela Valencia






Ads:


Seniors:


Mrs. Bales


Michelle Mizrachi


Mrs. Manchester


Yong Suk Park




Gaby Pinto


Photography:


Laura Segura


Gina Ellison




Joshua Gale


Juniors:


Shannon Golembowski


Andrea Alvarado


Nancy Henderson


Stacy Boozer


Dawn Keays


Susie Johnson


Dean Mills


Dilicia Yanez


Betty Meyers




Shawn Patty


Sophomores:


Cathy Rigby


Mrs. Bales


Afsheen Siddiqui


Laura Joseph


Heather Thompson


Cathy Rigby


Natalie Watkins


Joe Rillamas


Frank Westgate


Faculty:


Cover Design:


Monique Carbonell


Drake Sprague


Academics:


Senior Indei Design:


Cathy Rigby


Geraldo Barber


Clubs:


Editor-in-Chief:


Jessica Staha


Cathy Rigby


Jackie Weeks






Advisor:


Sports:


Melame Bales








tessica Staha checks her work on
a Clubs spread. It's important to
proof pages to catch mistakes.
(Photo by C. Rigby)



Andrea Alvarado works on typing
her captions onto a copysheet. All
copy must be transferred to copy-
sheets for layouts. (Photo by C.
Rigby)



X



Clubs





Yearbook:



Wreaking Havoc



Working on the Zonian staff
is not a |ob for just anyone.
Yearbook is more stressful and
pressuring than any other club
or organization.

"It's very stressful, yet I
still love it," said Momque
Carbonell (11). "It's the first
kind of stress I like."

Mrs. Bales laughed,
"Momque needs pressure in
order to produce."

In the beginning of the year,
many people showed up and
expressed an interest in joining
the staff. Yet by the end of the
year, the number had dwindled
to but a devoted few.

"I feel like going on a strike
because I feel like I'm doing
everything on my own," said
Marie Schulz (11).

It isn't unusual for one
person to remain to work on



an entire section.

Photographers have great
demands placed on them. The
layout people insist they can't
do anything without pictures
and the few photographers left
can't handle it all on their own.

A sense of despair usually
hovers around the last weeks
when the staff is pushing a
deadline.

"I really think It's scary
how people procrastinate and
then get so desperate that
they start stealing pictures
from each other," said Cathy
Rigby (12). "The really scary
thing though, is that I want to
go and make a career out of
journalism and spend my LIFE
screaming, having nervous
breakdowns, and frantically
catching up on pages."



Clubs



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The strangest thing about
BHS sports is the fact
that instead of having only
one BHS team, there are two-
Bulldogs, and Red Machine.
The reason behind this is to
let more people play since the
only other teams are Green
Devils from PCC, Cougars
from CJHS, and the Tigers
from CHS.

This year athletes found
themselves in the Tropic
Times every Friday because
the community newspaper
decided to expand its sports
coverage to local high school
games as well as major
league sports back in the
States. Participating in sports
is one of the best ways that
students at BHS can get in-
volved and meet new people.








S3



Sports




Two Cristobal team members try to stop Desire Squire from mak-
ing a hoop. (Photo by F. Westgate)



@]



Touchdown!!!



Cougars And Bulldogs Tie Season



Cougar players struggle to get past the
forty yard line as the Red Machine ad-
vances through the offensive line. (Photo
by F. Westgate)





Cougars fronl ro 1
Chang, fi Garcia.
Morgan. M Webb



Bieker. M Renhc, N Niees, K Wilder. Bilgray. M Webb, R Woll 2nd Ron* A Barnelt. R Reyes, ft. Lmngston, C Benson. Unknown, L Powell, unknown, R
R George. H Trembtay 3rd row M Barrett. A Chavez, t Von Hollen. R Williams, H Knapp, B Smith. B Rowley, J, Lopez, K Arnold, I de La Guardia. E Standlord, M.
5lh row Ass Coach. S Wheeler, Padilla. Crouch, t fihoden. B Shaha, H Cleveland, Ass Coach Grade, Coach Bales



.ouqars



win



loss



tie



e



'Cougars were
coached by Fred
Bales.








BuftJop Front row t Roscoe. D Sprague. J Hunt. A Keoughan, C Thompson, M Seppy, M Terado. N Watkins 2nd row P Williams. I Zornes, R Morns, 1 Price, A. Sterling, E Holland.
T Efts. 1 8e3ttw, S Betrtsey, A Charrts 3rd row L Bnen, Herato, R Williams, T Blanks. S. Kupec. 1 SwiSStKk. L Sasso. I Martinez S Daily. DeLeon. M Cedeno. T Hopkins Back
row Unknown. C foster. M Naiicky. I Lassatei Unknown. Unknown, M Wead. V Martinez



1 "i iiiii 1 1


7


win


loss


i


tie


o


"Bulldogs were
coached by V.
Martinez




I Hi



Cougars' Craig Fishbough and Red Ma-
chine's Chris Corrigan struggle to get the
pass with all their strength (Photo by D.
Keays)



Cougar cheerleaders try to stir the crowd
as they drive around the track on a truck
during the Homecoming game (Photo by F

Westgate)






Devon Sprague and Natalie Watkins rile up
the crowd during the first half of a game.
(Photo by F Westgate)



Phaedra Ave-Lallemant and Margie Peace
watch the remaining cheerleading routines
at the jamboree pep rally (Photo by G. El-
lis)



Sports



3



Bulldog's John Zornes holds up Bulldog's Cham-
pionship trophy Players were gleeful over their
win. (Photo by N. Wathins



Red Machine cheerleaders Teralee Kemp.
lanelie MrGumess and Christina Thompson
perform one of their routines. (Photo by
Ellison)

Players piled up their equipment on the
benches in front of the gym while waiting
tor the Jamboree busses to take them to
Cristobal (Photo by F. Westgate)





Bulldog cheerleaders shout their hearts out
to cheer up the crowd at the Homecoming
game



Deuils


win


2


loss


e


tie


6


'Green Devils were
coached by Louie
Husted



Green Devil Front row: P. Monaghan. M. Buchanan. M Wing, E. Leorttev, T. Moore. A. So
sa. D Sprague. C Lampas. J. Carrola. M WatanaDe. R Bottln. 2nd row: S Jicha. W Reese.
H. Davis. E. Monaghan. E- Knudson. R Boyle, T Decerega, M. Sweeny. O Underwood, A Ri
chards. C Royo. M. Pearce 3rd row: P. Avelallement, M. Moss, R Colon, D Toth. J. Wttson.
M. Dreckman. D Ughtell. J Wlllllord. T Oulnn. W. PohJ. R Huntington, A. Alrd. S. Scnbner. J
Castrellon. S. Oakley Back row: L McGulness. B. BoWn. Coach Husted. K SleW Slana.
K. Johnston, M. Norton. J. Szymanskl, M Kuo. Coach J. Sweeney. Coach J. GlDson, T Nelson.



I R. Machine 1


win


3


loss


5


tie





"Red Machine were
coached by R.
Dahlstrom




Red Machine Front row: J Mathews. J, McGulness. T Kemp, W Winkler, J Engefce. A Cedeno, K. Lee. C Tnompsoa 2nd rowr E
Longofla r Users, P Borowlcz. D. Lopez. J. Gutierrez. T. Ro|a R. Taytor 3rd row: Assist. Coach J. Lyte. E. Carlson D Foster. A Cxsnems. H
Blades. C Corrtgan. C. Slrokes. M Blelchwell. F Ender. Coach Dahfctrom. Back row: R. Wilson. R WanlarwDe. D 1 hompwn, h R top> |
Juhao, J Lloyd. A Krapll. J Groom



Girls Basketball '92



Dribbling And Driving Towards Victory



The ball swishes through the basket
as the buzzer goes oil and the crowd
goes wild as the winning team cheers
at their well deserved victory.

There was great excitement this
basketball season The girl's basketball
teams battled against one another
trying to keep their scores high One ot
the most important things in playing
basketball is the clock The players
have practiced many days alter school
to sharpen their skills and be prepared







lor the opposing team for all ot their




games. They have done a great |



because basketball is not an easy
game This sport requires a lot ot skill
just to learn to play A player must not
only know how to dribble the ball and
shoot baskets, she must know how to
be a "team player". This teamwork
and skill requires much dedication and
discipline All the teams displayed
these qualities in the way they played
and followed their coach's
instructions.



''MMlHi,




A struggle between the Bulldogs and the
Cougars to get the ball, increases the ten
sion as the rest of the team watches
(Photo by F Westgate)



Laurie Jones ot the Bulldogs, throws a shot
Irom the fowl line to get the points her
team desperately needs to win (Photo by
F Westgate)




BULLDOGS L TO R Front Row M Lang 2nd Row I. Hauser, K Finch, N Robinson, L Jones, A. Howard,
K Nolle. M Cobham, I Gargin. K lones BackRow B Herrebee, C Stantord. C Nolle



Sports



Bulldoc




win


5


loss





tie


1


"Bulldogs wers
coached by C
Oliver


t





f




\



MBB^H




G. Deuils


win


e


loss


e


tie


6


"Green Devils were
coached by R.
Stromberg



LMsmasm


win


5


loss





tie


1


"Red Machine was
coached by S.
Lewis



Cougars



win

loss
tie

"Cougars were
coached by D
Moffit





3




DEVILS Front row Steventson, Bacot, Collins, Vele*. Pimone, Washington Back Row Paulsen. Womble,
Dunn, Gilbert. Ernest Singleton, Fry.




RED MACHINE Front row A. Wagner, R Kemp, D. Gravies, L Rojas, D Sauire, Unknown. V Spratthng
Back row Coach Lewis. Eastman, Y Colon, ). Diaz, A Krimcky, M Dodson, F Santa




COUGARS Front row T Norton. M Roias. J. Hauser. H. Headley 2nd row I Posey, B Man, J Penkoske.
K Larnbe Back row S Bibbo, A Pratt, A Higley, Coach MoHil.



Sports (155





ih-d M,ii.hn_- ilrtt Id iiaplj I ronl low '. Minn./ I' IV, ml I Wan! ''> his'.ie I u.irci.i 5 lali(.'. R Malave. A Crvwe/. A
Te|ada, K Pierre Back Row: T Low H. Brown. R. Morris, Coach R. Chen, P. Amegllo. S. Holmes. F. HIU. M Vaughn. C Otttey. T
Johnson, H Poggenpoll, S Lively



Boys Basketball '93



High Tops On The Move



This year's basketball season was
highly competitive "Practically all of
our games were neck to neck," said
Michelle Berrezueta, Red Machine
came insecond. The Cougars came in
third

The tournament was won by the
Cristobal Tigers. Anyone who goes to
Cristobal finds out that the Tiger fans
are spirited," said Berrezueta.

The Play of the season came when
the Tigers played the Red Machine
Although the Tigers seemed to be on
the way to victory, the Red Machine
did not lose hope and came back to
lead the second half with about twenty
seconds remaining. "With fifteen
156



seconds remaining the Tigers traded a
couple of baskets. Then five seconds




before the buzzer, John Lu of the
Tigers landed a desperative shot which



sailed three-fourths of the court and
won the game," said Oliver Herazo, of
the Bulldogs.

All isthmian was won by David
Stader of the Bulldogs. According to
some exceptional players included
Jerome Price of the Cougars, Paula
Ameglio of the Red Machine and many
others. This season was full of energy
and there is high hope that next year's
season will be as successful!

All the teams will be ready and
anxious to play next year with great
expectation of doing the best they can
to have better scores than the year
before, with a lot of practice and team
work, anything is possible.





win

loss
tie

'Bulldogs were
coached by L
Quinn



6
2





win


5


loss


3


tie


e


'Cougars were
coached by R.
Reyes


i



Deuils


win


e


loss


8


tie


o


'Green Devils
coached by D.
Moffit


were



-KMSEEfluTl


win


5


loss


3


tie





'Red Machine:,
were coached by R.
Chen



Sports



Racing The Wind



Track And Field Breeze* Through Another Year



Tom Ellis tires to make it across the high
bar during one of the practices after
school. (Photo by hi Henderson)



Some parents watch as a group of students
practice on the hurdles. (Photo by N Hend



Bulldogs finished a perfect season
with an easy win at the final
interscholastic track and field meet on
January 22 at Balboa Stadium. The
Bulldogs men's track squad did a greal
job sweeping the track events
throughout this track season The
Panama Canal Green Devils were on
their tail finishing second The Balboa
Red Machine came in third and the
Curundu Cougars came in last.

Track is made up of many events
such as the pole vault, the long |ump,
the high |ump, fhe discuss, the shot



put, the hurdles and relays All of




these events involve speed, strength,



skill, agility, and flexibility These skills
are all difficult to accomplish and you
need to be dedicated in order to be
able to train your body to perform at
every meet. As you can see the
competitors must go through a lot of
training to get ready for their team as
well as individual events Parents and
friends also play a vital part in this
sport by supporting the competitors at
the track meets

Many volunteers trom the faculty
and Isthmian community donate their
time to work at the track meets.





Two track and held participants take their
laps around the hold to warm up (Photo
by J Rillamas)




In alphabetical order: F
Abrego, A Agront, D
Anckie. L Armstrong, W
Bales, S Blanchard, P.
Carlson. F Carrola, J
Carrola, B Chastain. J.
Chnstorphereon, C Collins,
L Cooper, B Fernandez, N.
Henderson, A Jackson, L
Joseph, J Lopez, M
McKay, L. Peoples, T
Peoples, A Pratt, A. Rose.
C Seybold, C. Soto, C.
Stokes, K Tagaropulos, R.
Underwood, Q Underwood.
M Williams. T. Williams



'Rest of track names
unavailable




Pat Pratt Likes j hurdle as he speeds down
the track the hurdles are just one ot the
events in track and field (Photo by N
Henderson)



Sports (159



Making The Goal f



Kicking Another Soccer Season Into Motion



The heat was on between Red
Machine and Balboa High School
Bulldogs at the girl's last soccer game.
In a head-and-head battle for the goal,
both teams finished in a tie for first
place. For the Bulldogs' Coach Cecil
Williams, the title was great

"We have a lot ol seniors on the
team and this meant a lot to them,"
Williams "I have a lot of talented girls
and they know what it would lake to
win the title."

"It was the play ot several seniors
that made the difference for the
Bulldogs,'' he said

"Co-captain Annie Wagner provided
much of the leadership and



inspiration." Williams said. "She helps




the younger girls learn the game.'



No Cougars Gold
Photo fluailable



No Red Machine
Photo fluailable



Devils. (Alphabetical order): R Bottm, C. Bourdeau, D Graiales, A Johnston.
L Lincoln. B Mar>, N Modelo, K Rmo, L Roias, M Ruiz, K Shaha. M Stein
barger, S Sutherland. T Tucker, A Wall, L West. C Wilde, K Wilder, K Wil
liams, M Womble



"We're losing some really good
players next year," he said "That's
tough on the other girls who are used
to winning. The team is going to have
to work really hard to defend their
title, it won't be easy."

As you can see, this soccer season
was very exciting. All the teams were
very competitive and worked really
hard to prepare themselves tor all the
games throughout the season, with
many practices under the blaiing sun
they made it possible. The coaches
and the parents' support for their
teams is very important in all of the
sports events.



Cougars Gold



win

loss
tie



5
5

e



"Cougars Gold
were coached by A.
Kmghorn



1 R. Machine 1


win


7


loss


2


tie


1


"Red Machine was
coached by M.
Stump




Audrey Ernest dribbles the soccer ball Wend> wink|er ,,, , .,,, e k cked
down he field in hopes el scoring a goal as her tr|K , k|C he Mm

against Red Machine. (Photo by F. West- ba|| ( p hoto f West e)



160 I Sports





G.


Oeuils


win





loss


10


tie





"Green Devils were
coached by R.
Koechlein




BULLDOGS, i '-ni row M Lang, D Robinson 2nd row I McGuineness, A. Urnola, Unknown, I Manning.
) Posey, I Berger. Mr Williams 3rd row ) Robinson. K Meyers, W Run, B Kemp, I Penkoske, Un-
known, A. Cedeno 4th row S Merkel, L Culhberl, A Wagner, K Kemp, K Cowles Back row J Olivares,
T Kemp, D. Sprague



1MIIIIIEEFM


win


7


loss


2


tie


1


"Bulldogs were
coached by C
Williams







*.<->



% ** %




CKCNKVH.S. Front row C Wilde, M Steinbargei, K Wilder, L Roias, K Williams Back ro R Ko-
echlein, S Sutherland. M Womble. L West. A Johnston. L Lincoln, Unknown



Sports ( 161



One of Cougars strongest players, Lisa Ro
Shannon Golembiewski of the Cougars is all |as %itl ^ es a pose ( S f, ow her great form
set for two hours of intense competition in Gir | S -r enms s a popular sport here at BHS.
the hot sun (Photo by R Samson) ( p hoto Dy r Samson)



Worn sneakers, flat tennis balls, broken
racquets, that marks the end of
another hectic girls tennis season So let's
analyze exactly what a tennis player would
go through. It's 2:30 P.M. and you try to
get all the latest gossip from friends,
change to your tennis get up. find your
books in your crammed locker, all the while
trying not to drop your tennis racquet and
make it to the bus. which will take you to
the courts-all (supposedly) in 5 minutes.
Two hours of intense competition in the hot



Sports




BULLDOGS (alphabetical order) P Ave Lallemant, ) Engelke, A Ernest, G. Hattabaugh, J, Hauser, K Lee, H Maxwell, J, McGuiness. L
McGuiness, M Nieves, C Thompson, A Vidauri



Game, Set, Match



Strategy Is An Important Skill In Successful Tennis




sun follows It wasn't as bad as it might
sound, although competition was definitely
in the air, as well as success

Cougars have stomped back up to
number one after last years defeat They
played with great intensity throughout the
season which goes to show that through
hard work, you can always come out on
top The other teams played with great
enthusiasm; however, it didn't quite match
up to that of the Cougars



Couaars



At the time of
publication, no
scores available



'Cougars were
coached by John
Stroup



W^9



G. Deuils



At the time of
publication, no
scores available



"G. Devils were
coached by Mr.
Higley













NO


NAMES


AVAILABLE


;


jJi


kefi




*




it



DEVILS (alphabetical order) C. Ave-Lallemant, T, Bacot. C Bates, K Bottin, R Cisoetos, M.
Dobson. C Godhe. Graiales. A. Malheney, V Nessler, I O'Heacne, K. Pierce. J Staha. K
Wilder. M Womble



aasaa i



At the time of
publication, no
scores available



Red Machines
were coached by
De Hanon




RED MACHINE Unknown, Coach, D Brogie, B Ritchie, N Nassitl, G. Lope!, V Uhorchak. Un
known. Unknown, S Livingston.



Sports



Steven Acosta sprints to reach the ball Shawn Golembiewski concentrates on

and tried to make a winning shot making an ace on his opponent He had

Speed was important lor tennis. to practice to get this good (Photo by

(Photo by S.G.) S.G.)




jUnnrni


win


4


loss


6


tie


e


'Bulldogs were
coached by J.
Hlqley



Cougars


win


9


loss


1


tie





"Cougars were
coached by P.
Shulte





I Mil UNI M


win


5


loss


5


tie





"Green Devils were
coached by W.
DeJanon



znsm



win

loss
tie



8
2




"Red Machines
were coached by R.
Dahlstrom



164 1 Sports




38



.'




Michael Robinson hits the ball as hard as

he can. Strength helped the tennis players
play well. (Photo-N Watkins)



Bulldogs. ( Alphabetical order): S.



\, ijvU J. CasUnnda. B. Foster. S.
3olembiewskl, J. Henhquez. P. Herr-
ng. E- Hollnad, S. McGulnness. J. Ml
ler. H Mitchell, P. Norman. J Ohman.
E. Samaniego. J. Schepper. G. Sleln-
larger

Cougars. (Alphabel leal order) G.
3acot, W. Oe Janon. E. Estrada. G
Fernandez. W Fernandez. R. Garcia.
) Hackworth. J, Htgley. C Hovan.
3. Jones. L Llach. D. Lopez, R Sam
jon. J. Toney. L. Vogcl. J. Washburn
Devils (Alphabetical order) T.Osnc



leros. J, Buskets. R Chan. A De La

3uardia. A Diaz. I. Dillon. F Geary.

\ McGulnness. J McNulty. J Pow

lall, M. Robinson. F. Wendehake. S

Williams.

Red Machine. (Alphabetical order)



V). Bieichwehl. J Castaneda. R. Dome
lech. J. Gonzalez, C, Herrung. K. Hus
led. P. Jordan. B. Mills. D. Norman. J.
Norman. R. Plnzon. J Pohl. R. Swee
ny. A. Vldaum. B. Walker



Boys Tennis '93



Swinging With Tradition







^



"Tennis is an excellent way to
get out of your every day routine.
It is some thing to look forward to
after a hard day of school," said
Richard Samson of the Curundu
Cougars.

"It is a way to relax and to do
something you really enjoy and a
different way to meet new



people," he added.

Like girls tennis, the boys go
through long hours of practice and
training outside in the every day
heat, sharpening their skills by
practicing their serves, backhands,
etc. They have to be able to move
in a quick and easy fashion to hit
the ball before it hits the ground
and score a point for the other
team.

The Curundu Cougars
successfully came in first place
while the Red Machine was second.



Sports



Taking The Plunge



BHS Swimmers Work To Get Into Shape



The gun goes ofl as all the
swimmers dive into the water and
swim as last as they can to beat the
clock. One lap. Two laps Three laps
. Parents and triends cheer as the
swimmers swim the last lap to finish.
Everyone cheers lor the swimmers and
are anmous to hear the results tor
each race.

The swimming team works hard to
get their bodies in shape tor the
competition that takes place each year
at the Balboa pool. They swim many
laps after school learning to perfect



their strokes The clock is their enemy
because every second is valuable.




Timing means everything when you are
swimming, so does speed and



perfection.

The diving team also works end less
hours practicing their difficult dives
and striving for perfection. Strength
and precision are the two most
important qualities in a dive. The
lodges are very strict and are always
watching tor every little flaw that the
divers make. Panama is the perfect
place to swim. Many BHS students
grow up learning to swim from the
time they are infants Where else can
high school students swim outdoors
year round?



*




Marco Austin, Laura Segura, and Solimar
Antlllares take a breather alter kicking
across the length ol the pool with their
boards. (Photo by G Ellison)



One of the swimmers sends up a spray ol
water as he practices freestyle (Photo by
G Ellison)



"'<"'" -"*u?*i



i/>iiH^/yit.n,t t0



i-y'OKt.iM





umrxmrrm

In alphabetical order:

A Atvarado. S Antadillas. M
Austin, R Ballesteros, M
Barnett, B Berrios, H.
Bnjnner. V Chen. C Corona.
J Coronado. L Cuthbert. N
Frank. J Gomez, L Gonzalez,
A Hamilton. N Henderson.
E Hernandez. S Johnson. T
Johnson. M Kelly. K Kemp.
T Teralee, T Law, M Littered,
K Mishiro. R Nandwani. M
Oura, A Page, M Petaica. J
Rillamas. P Roca. I
Rodriguez. W Ruiz, L
Segura. A Spurlock. M Tay-
lor, H Thompson, T Valdilles,
B Vanarsdaie, V Wagner, J
Walters, A Watanabe, O
Zayas





=-i







i ......



Tim Johnson paddles steadily across the
pool Some swimmers practiced with gog-
gles on (Photo by G Ellison)



A group of swimmers watch others jump in
or practice their laps (Photo by G. Ellison)



Amy Hamilton helps Nancy Henderson
stretch out before practice Warming up be
tore doing any sort of exercise is a good
idea. (Photo by G Ellison)



166 ) Sports






Sports



Varsity Baseball '93



Teams Heading For Homeruns Or At Least A Hit



Baseball season started up and got
underway with good spirit.

"We're playing to win this year,"
said Red Machine coach Rick Dahl
strom. "The guys are very confident
now. They are very experienced and
know that they are never out of a
game They know they have a very
good chance to take the whole thing."

After one ol the highlight games
Coach Dahlstrom added, "Our guys
have developed a knack lor coming





Cougar* Front row; I Skousgard. I Schulmnn. N Charlevllle. J Joseph, P
Edwards D Gonzalez, E. Gonzalez, C Morrison, B Slaha. Beck row: Coach V
Martinez. Asst Coach G. Fendrlck. B Smllh.T- Wilson, R Martinez. S Beanie. D
Bright. S Scon, R. Williams, J Castaneda. E Fernandez, Martinez, N Martinez



No Deuils Photo
Ruailable



trom behind this is the thira time in a
row that we've come back to win a
game."

Boys baseball is one of the avidly
pursued sports at BHS The season
opened up after baseball tryouts held
February 1st through February 3rd. It
will close with the baseball tournament
in late March.

"I wish the games weren't held on
swim meet days-then I could watch,"
said Nancy Henderson (12).



Couaars



At time of
publication, no
scores were
available



'Cougars were
coached by Mr.
Martinez



At the time of
publication, no
scores available



*G Devils were
coached by Mr.
Moffit



Red Machine's catcher, loev Olivares pre
pares to catch a ball as a Green Devil tries
to hit it (Photo by N Watkms)



168 Sports




Michael Chase throws the baseball with all
his might during a practice at BHS (photo
by Shannon Golembiewski 1



Green Devil player looks on to see il he still
has time to make it to second base (photo
by Shannon Golembiewski)



Red Machine players practice their throwing
accuracy in an after school practice
(photo by Shannon Golembiewski)




* *w.



G. Deuils



At time of
publication, no
scores were
available



*Green Devils
were coached by
Mr. Hager




Devil*. Front row: Coach Motlrt. J Boyd, M Boyle, F Linton, E Carlson, J Jordan, L
Wheeler, R Malave, D Norman Back row: M, Morgan, M Walanabe, M Dreckman, J
Blanchette. E Holland. L. Jullao. C. Flehbaugh. R. George. C. Riley. M. Robinson. Mr
Hager



R. Machine



At time of
publication, no
scores were
available



"Red Machine
was coached by
Mr. Dahlstrom




Red Machine. Front row J Miller. M Church, D White, B Carpenter, D Sima, A
Peterson, R Salterto Back row A Frye. Mr Oohlstrom, M. Simmons. L. Salazar, C
Hovan, J Olivares. A. Cooper. R. Garrldo. K Drozd. B Rowley. Coach Grade, M
Sleinberger, D Robinson



Sports 169




Bulldog players, Tom Kobayashi and Raymond

Morris show their victorious faces as they claim
the title with Cougars as Co-Champs for the
1992 Varsity Football season.



Girls Red Machine basketball team give each
other words of encouragement and prepare to
give the game their all.



HHI



Sports



Cougar baseball players warm up the benches
before a night game. (Photo by N. Watkins)




Some of the Bulldog cheerleaders reveal the Re(j Mach|nf p|ayers wa| , see |f the wl n

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pride that we've known?

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shouts of delight,

To your innermost feelings of

what's wrong and what's right.

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and cried with you too

and while sharing those moments

the time quickly flew



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day and wondering exactly how

we'd like to say

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and that feeling grows stronger

From now til tomorrow and oh so

much longer

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want you to know

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to listen to your ideas,
to watch you grow and learn

and become your own person.
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you've made for me .
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A



Abrego, Roberto A. 58, 144

Acevedo, Juan P. 58, 144

Merman, Bonnie M. 34, 150, 127

Acosta, Christopher T. 95, 144

Acosta, Michael A. 95

Acosta, Nadia F. 78

Acosta, Steven A. 78, 165

Acuna, Stephen 58

Adams, Everly 34

Adams, Frederik A. 78

Aguilar, Suhai E. 34

'Aird, Anthony L. 10, 58, 128, 144

Aird, Nadia A. 78, 144

Aleman, C. Maria E. 58

Allen, Elena 99

Allen, Leah 58, 144

Allen, Walter L. 34

Alvarado, Andrea E. 58, 127, 134,

146, 167
Alvarado, Patricia 99
Alvarez, Manuel N. 78
Amat, Geraldine N. 58
Ameglio, P. 150, 153, 156
Anderson, Kenneith 98, 99, 107, 118
Anderson, Luke D. 34
Antadillas, Solimar T. 78, 166, 167
Arango, Julio A. 34, 127
Arango, Ricardo 34
Archibold, Bernardo E. Jr 34, 127
Arenas, Erik A. 48
Arias, Donovan J. 58
Arnold, Edna P. 78
Arnold, Krai S. 58, 150
Arocho, Tayna 58
Arosemena, Elizabeth J. 78, 94
Austin, Marco A. 34, 166, 167
Ave-Lallemant, Phaedra L. 34, 127,

151, 162



B



Bacot, Gabriel J. 58, 165
Baca, Paula 129, 139
Bacot, Tanya M. 78, 155
Balbastro, Jeeathbell 78
Bales, Caleb 8, 9



Bales, Fred 8, 150

Bales, Melanie 12, 98, 99, 141, 146

Ballestero, R. 167

Banasick, Mike 26

Banda, Cesar A. 95

Banks, Michael T. 78

Banos-Arauz, Antonio N. 78

Baptiste, Sylvia 99

Barber, Geraldo L. 34, 144, 146

Barnett, Andrea 158

Barnett, Michelle D. 58, 150, 167

Barrera, Abdul A. 78

Barrera, Sasha W. 34

Barter, Carlos A. 34

Barton, Jason P. 95

Bateman, Mylissa L. 95

Batista, Damans J. 58

Bauer, Jason A. 78

Baumgarder, Jennifer M. 58

Beard, Patrick J. 34, 156, 184

Beattie, Sarah E. 20, 78, 84, 91, 150,

168
Beitia, Daniel 58
Bennett, Toybe I. 58
Benson, Cameron G. 78, 150
Berger, Jessie R. 78
Berman, Jorge A. 34, 150
Bernasconi, Susan 99
Berrezueta, Teresita M. 58, 127, 129,

156
Berrios, Brenda 34, 167
Betrisey, S. 150
Bianchini, Gian Carl 78, 144
Bianchini, Minoska A. 34, 109, 110
Bibbo, Joseph P. 155
Bieker, Tony F. 14, 29, 34
Bieker, Jill 77, 150
Bilgray, Dawn E. 58, 66, 150
Bissell, D. 150
Black, Jennifer M. 34, 115
Blades, Noel P. 144, 153
Blades, Rochell P. 34
Blagg, Erin S. 12, 35, 115
Blanc, Nicole C. 12, 35, 133, 167
Blanchette, Jan M. 169, 45
Bland, Angela M. 95
Blanks, Tavarus D. 95, 150
Bleau, Michele 35
Bleichwehl, II Michael J. 35, 53, 145,

153, 165, 50
Boozer, Stacey 58, 78, 131, 133, 146,

129
Borowicz, Anthony C. 58, 144
Borowicz, P. 153
Botello, Elsie M. 35
Bourbeau, Carole M. 58, 127
Bowler, Ana H. 35
Boyd, Joaquin A. 95, 169



Boyle, Micheal 169
Brandenburg, Andrea D. 58, 150
Brassfield, Jasskel B. 63, 144
Brayton, Ross E. 58
Briceland, Thomas P. Jr 144
Brien, L 150
Bright, Daniel R. 20, 35, 127, 129,

168
Bristol, Carl 26, 30
Broce, Domiciano 35
Broce, Fermin I. 58
Brogie, D. 163
Brooks, Deron D. 58
Brown, Mellany N. 35
Brown, Robert L. 156
Brown, Victor E. Jr. 144
Brunner, Holly K. 167
Bryant, Cindy A.
Buchanan, Michael A. 10
Buda, Ron 146
Bullard, Dana L. 58
Burton, Stacy L.
Bush, Prescott 109, 110, 111
Bush, George 110, 111
Bustamante-Herrero, Marlene T. 58



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Cadiz, Kevin 58, 127, 134, 139

Calo, Adriel 48

Calo, Jesus M. 58

Camacho, Nilda Ivette 58

Campbell, Kelly 99

Campbell, Randy G.

Cantu, lluminada M. 35

Carbonell, Monique A. 12, 31, 54, 58,

66, 67, 129, 131, 145, 146
Cardona, Omar 54, 58, 70
Carlson, Elliott 153, 169
Carpenter, Benjamin S. 169
Carreira, Francisco M. 35
Carrola, Felicia 132, 127
Carver La'shanda D. 35
Casperson, Heidi D. 35, 48
Castaneda, Jose 35, 55, 117, 165,

168
Castillo, Carlo M. 144
Castrellon, Juan R. 35
Castrellon, Maria 58, 127
Castro, Aquiles A. 35, 123, 129
Castro, Migdalia L. 20, 58, 127, 129
Castro, Ruben 20, 21
Caughie, Jeffrey A. 58, 140
Cedeno, A. 153



Cedeno, Miguel A. 35, 150

Chaluja, Adolfo E. 35

Chang, Itzel N. 18, 58, 129

Chang, Raul 95, 144, 150, 165

Charles, Michael D. 8, 35, 131

Charleville, Norman D. Ill 58, 144, 168

Charris, A. 150

Chase, Michael J. 76, 169

Chastain, Bruce A. 58

Chavez, Albert B. 150, 156

Chen, Rafael 86, 91, 99, 156

Chen, Victoria E. 35, 167

Choi David Tae-Sung 58, 127, 131,

134, 139
Choy, Francisco 36
Church, David M. 95
Church, Julie N. 10, 36
Church, Micheal 169
Cisneros, Antonio G. 58, 153
Clark, Martha O. 59, 95
Cleveland, Herbert E. Jr. 150
Clinton, Bill 111
Cobham, Monica I. 154
Coffey, Chelsea M. 59, 65, 67, 131,

133, 129
Coleman, Raven J. 36
Collazo, Dolores 95
Collins, Choi E. 83, 86, 94, 132, 127
Collins, Michelle L. 155
Colon, Yaira L. 36, 155
Colon, Guarionex R. 95
Constants, Lourdes M. 59
Cooksey, Anthony V. 59
Cooper, Alexander J. 169
Cooper, Daniel C. 63
Cooper, Heather 59
Cooper, Melanie E. 59
Corbett, Sidney 98, 99, 100
Corbett, Virginia E. 13, 133
Cordoba, Tarina B. 59
Cordovez, Pedro A. 36
Corona, Carrie A. 30, 63, 72, 167
Coronado, Julio C. 144, 167
Corrigan, Christopher D. 59, 151, 153
Cowles, Patricia 98, 100, 139
Cowling, Samantha E. 59
Craig, Heather 10
Crespo, John H. 14, 59
Crouch, Chad A. 59, 70
Crouch III, Walter E. 27, 36
Crouch, Olin J. 82, 150
Crowder, Javelle N. 82, 144
Crowdis, Anghela M. 59
Cruise, Tom 133
Cruz, Alvaro R. 59, 129, 139
Cruz, Elvia M. 36, 127
Cruz, Jonathan 36, 140
Cuevas, Luis 100



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Cuite, Katie 82
Cuite, Pilar 78
Cuthbert, Laura J. 59, 73, 127, 167



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Dahlstrom, Richard 153, 168

Daily, Stephen J. 59, 150

Daniel, Giana M. 95

Davis, Henry B. 82

Dawkins, Jr. Edward W. 11,36,48,

128
Dee, Gen 12, 15, 100, 102, 145
De Janon, Paul 82, 165
De La Cruz, Girlie C. 59, 127, 129,

140
De La Guardia, Ivan J. 83, 144, 150
De Lora, Shanida I. 47
Decerega, Horacio A. 59
Deckard, Monica N. 82
Del Hoyo, Cristina M. 59, 144
Deleon, Carlos E. 63, 150
Demas, Roger A. 20, 36
Dhaliwal, Narmderjit S. 82, 144
Diaz, Daphne 82, 127, 145
Diaz, Eric J. 36
Diaz, Joanna D. 82, 155
Diaz, Luis C. 59
Dillon, Ian H. 82, 165
Dittl, Christine A. 36
Dittl, Katherme M. 36, 123
Dobbertin, Bradley A. 36
Dodson, M. 155

Domenech, Jason L. 82, 144, 165
Doughty, Susan M. 59, 112, 127
Downs, Esther L. 12, 36
Dreckman, M. 169
Drennan, Lawrence M. 59, 134
Drozd, Kurt E. 36, 169
Dunn, Abdul 150
Dunn, Saray A. 36, 155



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Eastham, Dinah R. 36, 155
Eckerle, Karen 8

Edwards, Paul F. 82, 144, 145, 168
Ellingsen, Jerry L. 12, 59, 144
Ellingsen, Raylen J. 82



Ellis, Desera M. 4, 82

Ellis, Tom 150, 153, 159

Ellison, GinaA. 18, 36, 120, 134, 135,

146
Ender, Frank R. 48, 116,153
Engelke, Joy L. 82, 153, 162
Epperson, Doyn S. 36
Erder, Amanda R. 82
Erickson, Melinda S. 59
Ernest, Audrey E. 18, 82, 155, 161,

162
Espinosa, Julia I. 37
Estevez, Carlos A. 37
Estrada, Michelle L. 37, 127, 150, 129
Estupinian, Raymond A. 63, 95
Estupinian, Saul A. 37, 127



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Faye, Kristin M. 82

Feliu, Alexander 59

Fendrick, Gene 100, 168

Ferguson, Arnold S. 59

Fernandez, Walter 59, 165

Ferrell, John 26

Finch, K. 154

Fischbach, Paul Jr. 59

Fishbough, Craig S. 19,37, 151, 169,

206
Fisher, Amelia 100
Fisher, Michael C. 26, 59, 131
Fleming, Audrey M. 83
Foreman, Latoya 63
Foster, C. 150
Foster, David E. 83, 153
Foster, Gary 83
Foster, Jodie 133
Frady, Christopher A. 37
Francis, Tamara A. 95
Frank, Nicole A. 21, 95, 167
Frias, Luis A. 63, 144
Frith, Bronwyne J. 59
Frith, Honoray V. 63
Fry, Amy Marie 83, 85, 155, 169
Fullerton, Jay G. 37, 144



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Gale, Joshua R. 63, 75, 127, 146

Galindo, Ramon 37

Galvez, Jorge E. 83, 144

Ganziano, Susan A. 59

Garcia, Carla B. 37

Garcia, Daniel E. 83

Garcia, Nestor D. 95

Garcia, Robert A. 37, 150, 165, 176

Gardill, Julianne 100, 102, 119

Gargin, I. 154

Garrido, Ronald J. 59, 169

Gaslin, Michele R. 83

George, Cecilia 121

George, Roberto E. 59, 150, 169

Gettys, Joanne 100, 102

Gibbs, Joel M. 37

Gibbs, Lindsay C. 83, 129

Gibson, Brandon L. 37

Gibson, Camille 102, 129

Gibson, Lee 28

Giftord, Oscar M. 37, 117, 107, 133,

140, 145
Gilbert 155

Gladding, Nathaniel A. 37
Gold, Jessica D. 37
Golembiewski, Shannon G. 47, 54,

146, 162
Golembiewski, Shawn C. 59, 165
Gomez, Jose A. 83, 85, 167
Gomez, Rachel E. 19
Gomez, Roberto 37
Gonzalez, Angel A. Jr. 83, 144
Gonzalez, Baneza J. 83
Gonzalez, Cristina M. 37, 128
Gonzalez, Daniel M. 37, 78, 127, 168
Gonzalez, Erika K. 63, 83, 168
Gonzalez, Francisco J. 83, 150
Gonzalez, Jose R. 83, 165
Gonzalez, Luis Jose 59, 167
Gonzalez, Marcos H. 59
Goode, Benjamin 93, 95
Gorman, Rebecca M. 83
Grade, Al 153, 169
Grajales, Dinorath P. 59, 127, 129,

131, 146, 155
Grant, Elbert Jr. 59, 144
Griffin, Emil S. 59
Groom, J. 153

Guadalupe, Evelisse 37, 127
Guerra, Carla V. 23, 30, 59, 127, 13,

146
Guerrero, Luis C. 38, 112
Gundin, Anabel 59, 127, 129
Gutierrez, Alvaro E. 59
Gutierrez, Edwin O. 59
Gutierrez, Joe A. 63, 144, 153
Guzman, Ranier R. 38



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Gale, Carl S. 37, 78



Hager, John 30, 102, 169

Hall, C. 150

Halvorsen, Penny 102

Hamilton, A. 167

Hanf, Stephen M. 38, 145

Hannah, Jennifer R. 83

Hanson, Heather 101

Hanson, Joyce 101, 102

Hanson, Rejoyce L. 38, 133, 145

Hardin-Martinson, Jennifer L. 19, 83

Harris, Michael A. 60

Hasebe, Ryoichi S. 5, 38, 70, 129,

131, 186
Hatchett, Erin C. 38, 133, 145
Hattabaugh, G. 162
Haughton, Julyannette A. 84
Hauser, Jill M. 18, 84, 95, 154, 155,

162
Headley, Henca S. 38, 144, 155
Heard, Rebecca L. 14, 60, 133
Hemm, Pamela E. 38
Henderson, Nancy M. 5, 38, 101, 131,

146, 167, 168
Hennquez, John J. 60, 129, 139, 165
Hepburn, Alejandro 38, 134
Herazo, Oliver M. 38, 150
Hernandez, E. 167
Hernandez, Jose A. 60, 133, 139
Hernandez, Jr. Victor O. 60
Hernandez, Vanessa E. 30, 54, 60, 72,

129, 131, 133
Herndon, Christopher A. 38
Herrebee, B. 154
Herrell, David 78
Herrera, Carolina C. 84, 129
Herrera, Vladimir 38
Hert, Maria V. 144
Hess, Gretchen M. 63
Higley, A. 155

Higley, James Jr. 84, 102, 144, 165
Hignett, Paul F. 84
Hildreth, Jason M. 38
Hill, Finley W. 60, 156
Hines, Roger J. 84
Hinkle, Caroline C. 14,38, 131
Hinkle, Dana 102, 114
Hinkle, Jr. William S. 60
Hirom, Fletcher J. 23, 38, 64, 77, 133
Hoff, Chelsey E. 60
Hoffman, Jonathan H. 38, 63, 144
Hogan, Matthew D. 38, 129



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Holland, Eric 169, 153, 165
Holland, Ernest 99, 103, 107
Holly, John A. 84, 144, 139
Holmes, Shannon W, 63, 156
Holmstrom, Michael A. 60
Hopkins, T, 150
Hovan, C. 165, 169
Howard, Alison M. 38, 154
Howard, Christopher J. 14, 95, 150
Howell, Ralph 107, 114
Hudson, Yaiseth A. 84, 144
Huddelson, Trevor 66, 77
Huff, III William B. 84, 150
Humo, Amir 63
Hung, Ching-Yeh 60
Hunt, Doris 107

Hunt, Joanne M. 38, 103, 113, 134
.Hunt, Kelly R. 84, 95
Husband, Jessie 60
Hutchinson, Chrysta L. 60



J



lackson, Angel N. 84

laen, Jose 131

lames, Shondre M. 60

Jeffrey, Hector A. 82, 84, 144

lohnson, Fernando J. 95
. lohnson, Susannah 60, 133, 146, 167

Johnson, Timothy R. 60, 150, 156,
167

Jones, Corey L. 85

Jones, Kelly A. 85, 154
i Jones, Laurie V. 39, 128, 144, 154

Jones, Peggy 103
Jordan, Juanita Ann 60, 169

Jordan, Michael D. 39, 128

Joseph, Laura D. 85, 146

Juliao, Luis A. 60, 153, 169

Jungenberg, James R. 95

Jurado, Lorena M. 85



K



Kan Ta-Wei 39, 127,139
Kat, Marsha 103

Keays, Dawn E. 39, 78, 101, 146
Kelly, Megan J. 60, 65, 129, 130, 131,
133, 167



Kelly, Sharol K. 60

Kemp, Bonnie M. 85

Kemp, Karen L. 85, 155, 167

Kemp, Teralee R. 28, 60, 127, 129,

131, 153, 167
Keoughan, Alice N. 85
Kharbanda, Pooja 85
Kibbler, Marebel B. 85, 91
Kinghorn, Adrienne J. 60, 129, 131,

133
Kirkland, Caroline 95
Kirkpatnck, Anadna L. 85, 144
Knapp, M. 150
Knisley, Jeaniette Y. 60
Kobayashi, Tomoyuki 39, 129, 150
Krapfl, Arthur R. Jr. 60, 85, 129, 139,

153
Krimcky, A. 155
Kuan, Nelson 39
Kuo, Franz G. 85
Kuo, Michelle A. 60, 127, 129, 131,

146
Kupec, Steven 150



Laird, Sheila 118

Lam, Carlos F. 9, 39, 77, 78, 115,

116,117,145
Lampas, Carlos E. Jr. 31, 86
Lancaster, Marilyn L. 39
Lang, M. 154
Langill, Anne M. 60
Lantry, Dilia 86, 134
Lantry, James T. 60, 134
Larrabee, Beth A. 86
Larribe, K. 155
Lassaler, J. 150
Latorre, Sergio E. 86, 156
Law, Terri M. 60, 65, 156, 167
Lee, Ana I. 60
Lee, Carlos 26
Lee, Christopher J. 60, 144
Lee, Kimberly Y. 60, 153, 162
Leffler, Scott J. 14, 29, 39, 70, 78,

115,129
Lentz, Kisha L. 63, 144
Leontiev, Lisa 86, 129
Lewis, Sherry 155
Lilley, Laura M. 86, 127
Linton, F. 169
Littrell, Michylle L. 86, 167
Lively, Christine E. 54, 60, 127, 129
Livingston, Alexander L. Ill 86, 150,



163
Llach, Tatiana 60
Lloyd, Jennifer C. 60
Lloyd, Jason A. 39, 153
Lloyd, Michelle M. 86, 144
Logan, Bianca L. 95, 144
Lomba, Brenda L. 60, 144
Longoria, E. 153
Lopez, Analida G. 86
Lopez, David A. 39, 153, 165
Lopez, Etelvino 86
Lopez, G. 163
Lopez, Jesse 86
Lopez, Joel 150
Lopez, Joseph P. 60
Lopez, Kathleen 23, 71, 86, 133
Lou, Cesar 0. 20, 26, 60, 127, 129,

131, 134, 139
Love, Salvador B. 39
Lowry, Scott A. 60
Luck, Edilia 86
Lugo, Bryan N. 60
Lukkasson, Eric W. 86
Luttrell, William J. 39
Lyle J. 153




Maddox, Jesse E. II 86, 144

Maduro, Christine M. 60

Malave, Ramon A. Jr. 86, 127, 156,

169
Malave, Rosadely 5, 39, 707
Manchester, Nancy 102, 103, 146
Manning, Karina E. 60
Manzanares, Johanna A. 48, 144
Manzanares, Luis 86
Marotta, Jesse P. 60
Marquardt, Douglas C. 61, 133, 140,

144
Marquez, Gustavo A. 39
Marnbitt, Ami L. 61
Martinelli, Carlos H. 61
Martinelli, Juan A. 39
Martinez, Juan C. 87, 144, 150
Mannez, Raul M. 87, 168
Martinez, V. 150
Marx, Angela M. 5, 61, 87, 129, 133,

139
Marx, Brandyn D. 82, 155
Mason, Chanda I. 95
Matheney, Audra A. 61
Mathews, J. 153
Mattingly, Shanna M. 61



Maxwell, H. 162
McAuliffe, Stephen S. 87
McConaughey, Ryan D. 61
McCormick, Jennifer S. 95
McCoy, Michelle L. 39, 144
McDonald, Brandi E. 39
McFarlane, Clement S. Jr. 61, 134
McGregor, Johnnie 102, 103
McGuinness, Janelle E. 14, 87, 93,

153, 162
McGuinness, Lauren 162
McGuinness, Samuel A. Jr. 95, 165
McKay, Milton 61,
McKee, Scott G. 87
McKelvey, Wendy M. 87, 95
McNeil, Oscar 87
McQueen, Danielle M. 39
McWhorter, Daphne D. 61
Medina, Kelvin M. 87
Meredith, Ikishara M. 87
Merkel, Ian A. 39, 127
Merkel, Stacey A. 87, 127
Merriweather, William C. Jr. 42, 64,

144
Meyer, Karen D. 61
Meyers, Alberta T. 42, 146, 167
Meyers, Sharlene 14
Michel, Timothy B. 29, 42
Miller, John M. Jr. 87, 165, 169
Miller, Michelle M. 61
Mills, Dean A. 42, 128, 129, 134, 139,

146
Minn, Ryan B. 82
Mishiro, Kayoe 42, 167
Mishler, Justin D. 42
Mishra, Vandana 87
Mitcham, Thomas T. 61, 127, 134
Mitchell, Joanne 103
Mizrachi, Michelle 42, 129, 131, 141,

146, 207
Modelo, Candy M. 42, 133, 129
Modelo, Roberto F. 87
Moffit, Dave 155, 169
Molina, Rina R. 42
Monaghan, Paula M. 87
Monlouis, Wilma 103
Montagne, Karin A. 87
Montalvo, Jahaira 61
Moore, William Thomas 61, 75
Morales, Patricia 105
Moran, Nishawne J. 61, 127, 139
Moreno, Aneris 87
Movero, Randy 87

Morgan, Michael G. 42, 122, 150, 169
Morris, Eric A. 42
Morris, Kenneth H. Jr. 88
Morris, Raymond H. 18, 23, 42, 144,

156



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Morrison, Christopher S. 88, 129,

139, 168
Morrison, Veronica L. 61, 73, 129
Moss, Leah E. 61
Mourning-Young, Rory D. 88
Moyers, Erika I. 42
Munoz, Stephanie M. 61, 127, 156
Myatt, Luchaniya A. 95
Myers, Kimberlyn L. 88
Myers, Sharlene L. 42
Myles, Torric T. 42
Myrick-Reese Brent a. 88, 129,
Mynck, Trinity L 48



N



Nakagawa, Yoko 42
Nandwani, Rajesh U. 88, 129, 167
Nassiff, Nicole M. 61, 127, 131, 163
Nathan, Nakisha M. 85, 88
Navarro, Norma I. 42, 139
Navicky, Michael E. 88, 94, 150
Neal, Jonathan T. 13, 88, 129, 131,

133, 140
Nealy, Louise M. 61
Nelson, Talisa A. 88, 144
Nessler, Ronda L. 42, 53
Nevarez, Sandra M. 42, 131, 133, 140
Nevin, Gregory S. 61, 64, 144
Nicholls, Wesley A. 61
Nickisch, Anthony D. 88, 150
Nieves, Nayda J. 61, 150, 162
Nieves, Robert 150
Nolan, Richard T. 88, 134
Nolte, Khristine D. 88, 154
Norman, Daniel A. 88, 165, 169
Norman, Peter J. 61, 165
Norton, Tara M. 43, 98, 155, 184
Numata, Chieko 43, 139
Nunan, Jodie M. 48, 113
Nunez, Alicia II
Nunez, Armando M. 43



o



Oakley, Dielta S. 21, 43
Obert, Lionel A. 43
Olandese, Kevin A. 43, 71, 135, 129,
134, 141



Olivares, Lee 82

Olivares, Joseph J. 61, 127, 168, 169

Oliver, Montie C. Jr. 88, 144

Ollendick, Henry 0. 61, 127

Orande, Luis A. 61

Onllac, Alberto E. 88

Ortiz, Agustin J. 95

Ortiz, Brenda L. 61

Ortiz, Jose A. 88, 89, 139

Ortiz, Patricia E. 20, 21, 43

Ortiz, Tanja M. 19, 61

Osorio, Javier 95

Ostrander Ruth-Ann 89, 127

Othon, Joan 101, 129

Oura, Midori 61, 167



P



Padilla, Daniel 61

Padilla, Jose A. 43, 144, 150

Page, Andrew H. 89, 167, 129, 139

Pai, Ching I. 43

Palacio, Juan C. 95, 139

Palumbo, Luke Sr. 10

Paredes, Leonardo 95, 144

Park. Yong Suk 43. 131. 146, 129.

139
Parsons, Gregory E. 43, 111, 120
Patty, Shawn B. 8, 15, 43, 78, 118,

134, 145, 146
Patty, Stan 119
Paulsrud, Nina 155
Pearce, Margarita C. 43, 127, 151
Pedersen, Jean P. 89
Pedersen, Robert F. 26, 27, 43, 120
Penkoske, Jessica R. 61, 129, 131,

133, 155
Peoples, Joseph R.A. 43
Peoples, Lateefah K. 89
Perot, Ross 111
Peterson, A. 169
Peterson, Daniel A. 48, 54
Peterson, Deanna 101, 114
Peterson, Jerrone J. 89
Petrosky, Dana L. 43
Petrucci, MindyB.43, 117, 129, 167
Pettaway, Sommer M. 89
Phelps, Shanna M. 61, 82
Pierce, Brian E. 95, 134
Pierre, Katherine L. 19, 61, 144, 156
Pinto, Gabriela A. 18, 20, 43, 73, 127,

146
Pinto, Sergio 129, 150
Pitts, Meredith N. 89



Plant, Jeremy P. 13
Poggenpohl, Ryan D. 61, 67, 156
Pohl, William H. 61, 127
Poore, Catherine M. 43
Posey, Jane M. 89, 127, 155
Poveda, Carlos A. Jr. 61, 127, 129
Powell, Luke E. 95, 144, 150
Pownall, Jill E. 89
Pratt, Amber 155

Pratt, Patrick G. Jr. 43, 53, 146, 158
Price, Jerome O. 62, 16, 17
Profis, Nicole L.K. 62, 66, 75, 127,

129, 133
Propst, Michelle M. 44, 131, 133,

207, 129



Q



Quinlan, Jessica D. 31, 89, 129
Quinn, Larry 98

Quinn, Tyler Ross 28, 29, 62, 129,
131



R



Ragsdale, Jimmy L. 89

Rathff, Heidi M. 62, 75

Reese, Wilbert 89, 144

Renfro, Misty D. 44, 134, 150

Reyes, Robert F. 14, 62, 150

Rhoden, E. 150

Richards, Alfredo S. 14, 15, 44

Rigby, Catherine E. 8, 44, 55, 78, 122,

127, 134, 139, 141, 146
Riley, Christopher J. 62, 169
Riley, D. 139
Rillamas, Joseph D. 20, 44, 129, 146,

167
Rines, Latoya T. 62
Rios, Osiris L. 89
Ritchie, B. 163
Rivas, Peter A. Ill 62, 150
Rivera, Carmen E. 62, 134
Rivera, Glenn 89, 134, 139
Rivera, Ivan A. 48
Rivera, Hector M. Jr. 44
Rivera, Praxedes 89
Rivera, Ricardo A. 48
Rivera, Robert A. 44






Rivera, Roberto 44, 144
Rivera-Rosa, Isamari 89
Roa, Laura 12, 105, 126
Roach, Armando A. 44, 71
Roach, Jeniffer 63
Roach, Jhomahara L. 44
Roach, Thamahara 89
Roberts, Todd R. 19
Robinson, Dalila D. 44, 127, 169
Robinson, Joniseff M. 62, 144
Robinson, Noni N. 3, 9, 14, 15, 44

48, 102, 109, 110, 145, 154
Robison, Michael R. 44, 165, 169
Rodaniche, Evan 26
Rodriguez, Roberto A. Jr. 14
Rodriguez-Mesa, Ivan 29, 62, 65, 112,

126, 127, 130, 139, 167
Rojas, Elisa M. 62, 127, 131, 133,

155, 162
Rojo, Tirzo D. 153
Romagnoli, Ingrid L. 62
Roman, Daniel Y. 44
Roner, Helmut F. 44
Roscoe, Jill D. 44, 131
Roscoe, Mark D. 150
Rose, Angela M. 48
Rowley, Brian T. 62, 150, 169
Rowley, Derek D. 62
Royo, Carlos E. 20, 84
Royo, Tanya 14
Ruiz, Doris M. 44
Ruiz, Minolka 44
Ruiz, Wendy A. 62, 167
Ruiz, Yasier I. 44, 144
Rutledge, Timothy C. 44
Ryan, Lawrence J. 45
Rye, D. 150
Ryley, Shane P. 95



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Salterio, Ricardo A. 62, 169
Samaniego, Esky J. 45, 165
Sanchez, Efrain E. 62, 139
Sanchez, Kara E. 45
Santa, Eileen J. 155
Santa, Rosa Teresa 45
Santana, Bernardo III 62, 144
Santiago, Laura 45
Sasso, Lisa 10, 150
Squire, Desiree 155
Schepper, Jeffrey M. 63, 165
Schepper, Lisa M. 45
Schnack, Ernesto 26, 62, 129, 131,




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134, 139
Schulman, Lauren C. 45, 131, 140,

168
Schulz, Marie A. 8, 12, 17, 18, 62, 67,

129, 131, 145, 146
Schulz, Wilford 8, 26
Scott, Shawn K. 62, 144, 168
Scribner, Emma T. 45, 131
Scruggs, Hugh F. II 91
Scruggs, Jennifer L. 45
Seales, Jason A. 45, 144
Sears, Kathenne T. 45, 116, 131,133,

183
Segura, Laura 18, 20, 30, 45, 131,

146, 166, 167
Seitz, David 98, 105, 114,131, 141
Seitz, Katherine 8, 9
Seitz, Mayra 98, 131
Seppy, Morgan 62, 133, 139
Serrano, Francisco T. 93
Severson, Judy 105, 145
Shadeck, Karen G. 45, 131, 333
Shaha, Benjamin J. 45, 140, 150
Shaha, Joseph W. 62
Shaw, Tanaiya R. 62
Sheets, Christopher 91, 144
Sherfey, Catherine D. 91
Sherrod, Aisha L. 45
Sherry, Ana L. 62, 64, 127
Shie, Amy C. 62
Shirley, David W. 63, 144
Shorter, William D. 91
Siddiqi, Ajsheen A. 45, 146, 129
Silvera, Marioly M. 91
Simmons, Matthew D. 91, 169
Sima, D.L 169
Simon, J. 150
Singh, Harna K. 91
Singh, Ryan J. 62
Singleton, Mellany 1 1,48, 155
Sirias, Isbel A. 91
Skinner, Jamal S. 91
Skousgard, Ingrid 168
Small, Erika E. 62, 127
Smart, Jenell L. 86, 91, 94, 145
Smart, Kathia L. 48
Smith, Aaron L. 91
Smith, Angely M. 91
Smith, Bryan J. 45, 150, 168
Smith, Enrique R. 62
Smith, Kenneth J. 62, 67, 144
Smith, Kimberly N. 48, 73
Smith, Latoya N. 95, 144
Smith, Leovihilda A. 92
Smith, Richard W. 45
Snyder, Jennifer M. 48
Sokol, Hemda M. 92
Sosa, Alejandro A. Jr. 64, 92, 127,



129, 139
Sosa, Rita 101, 105, 114, 115
Sponberg, Carol 104
Sprague, Devon 91, 151
Sprague, Drake K. 29, 63, 65, 125,

131, 134, 146
Spratlmg Valerye M. 62, 131, 155
Spurlock, Amanda C. 20, 21, 62, 127,

131, 167
Squire, Desiree A. 11,62, 149
Stader, David B. 45, 156
Staha, Jessica A. 14, 62, 127, 129,

131, 146
Staha, Manette 105
Stames, Erine M. 45, 116, 131
Stanchfield, Renea C. 46
Stanford, Eddie G. 62, 150, 154
Starks, Robinn R. 92
Staton, Anthony A. 46
Stembarger, Maylinn M. 85, 92, 169
Stephens, Omar M. 46
Stephenson, Hashim K. 92
Sterf, Crystal S. 63
Sterling, A. 150
Stewart, Renee H. 63
Straub, Tyson A. 46
Strokes, C. 153, 163
Sween, Rhoda V. 92
Sweeney, Matthew A. 63, 92
Sweeney, Ryan 29, 165
Swnety, Brian M. 150
Swistak, Brandon J. 92, 150
Sylvester, Alyson M. 92, 133
Syrdahl, Kan M. 62
Szymanski, Jenilee A. 10, 62, 129,

131



T



Tagaropulos, Kathia 92

Takahasi, Dai 46

Tapanes, Carlos M. 62, 134, 139, 144

Tapia, Sebastian F. 92

Tate, Johanna N. 62

Taylor, Constance S. 46

Taylor, M. 167

Taylor, R. 153

Terrell, Doris M. 46

Terrell, Joseph 92

Tejada, Adrian M. 92, 156

Tejada, Maria 105

Thale, Bruce 71, 71, 106, 115,116

Thames, Aaron C. 92

Thomas, Jennifer D. 62



Thomas, Toumani T. 63

Thompson, Christina 46, 54, 71, 153,

162
Thompson, Derrick D. 46, 144, 153
Thompson, Heather A. 62, 146, 167
Thompson, Jaqueline M. 46
Thompson, Jesse C. Ill 5, 63, 144
Thompson, John E. Jr. 63
Tisby, Kathy R. 92, 95
Tola, Martha S. 63
Toney, Jomoore K. 63, 165
Torres, Marlon I. 48
Torres-irizarry, Samuel 46, 110, 127
Toth, Daniel M. 12, 13, 46, 176
Traywick, Nathan E. 18, 63, 133
Trembly, Hellen 10, 46, 54, 150
Tnppany, Suzanne 63, 127
Truchsess, Michelle R. 92
Tulk, Gregory 92, 144
Tunon, Marcia 63, 144
Tunon, Yessica 46
Twohy, Henry B. Ill 63, 153
Tyner, Ed 106



u



Uhorchak, Vanessa L. 20, 63, 67, 127,

131, 145, 163
Ullrich, Jennifer L. 63, 70, 131, 133,

129
Underwood, Quint P. 46, 114, 129
Unger, Shem D. 26, 63, 127, 129,

131, 133, 140
Upton, Melissa A. 63, 95, 144
Urriola, Annelle 20, 21, 91, 92, 127
Usera, Anthony C. 16, 63, 131, 134,

153



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Valdilles, Tabitha I. 92, 167
Valencia, Gabriela 63, 146
Vanairsdale, Brian W. 92, 94, 167
Vanderwall, Karl R. 46
Vasquez, Maria C. 92, 144
Vasquez, Michelle A. 95
Vasquez, Mildred A. 63
Vaughn, Michael J. 46, 156
Vaz, Carlos 20, 106, 126, 127



Vega, C. 139

Vega, Lynnette M. 46

Velazquez, Damaris M. 46

Velez, Gloria 92, 155

Vergara, Luis F. 92

Versailles, Michelle C. 63, 139

Vidaurri, Alexis S. 87, 92, 129, 162,

165
Vidinha, Andrew G. 92
Villareal, Gerardo 63
VonHollen, Lance C. 31,63, 66, 150



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Wagner, Ann F. 46, 131, 129, 155
Wagner, Robert Van 92, 167
Wall, Cheryl 12, 106
Walker, Shane C. 47, 75, 110, 129,

134
Walters, Jamie D. 47, 133, 167
Wandwani, R. 139
Wantanabe, A. 167
Wantanabe, Riuw 63, 153, 169
Waugh, Kenneth 12, 48, 107
Ward, Carlton Jr. 95
Ward, Rossaue J. 47, 54
Warner, Nijah V. 92
Washington 155
Watkins, Natalie E. 47, 55, 134, 146,

151
Watkins, Wayne M. 92
Waugh, Kenneth 102, 113, 114, 140
Wead, M. 150
Weatherby, Samuel C. 92
Webb, Marianna C. 47
Webb, Melissa S. 47, 122, 123, 127,

150
Webly, Soma 106
Weeks, Edgar H. 63
Weeks, JackelineA. 63, 64, 127, 131,

139, 146
Welch, Lottie I. 47
Wells, Stacey L. 47, 129, 145
Wemhoener-Cuite, Benjamin 63
Wemhoener-Cuite, Brynn K. 95
West, Richard Jr. 86, 95
Westgate, Frank 12, 20, 47, 127, 129

146
Wheeler, D. 150, 169
White, Adam J. 47
White, Dottie 106, 120
White, Dwight C. Jr. 92, 169
Wilder, Katherine L. 14, 15, 93, 150
Williams, Cecilio 106



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Will
Will



Will



liams, Harry L. 48

liams, Jessie A. 92

liams, Reynaldo 47, 150

hams, Robert C. 92, 150, 168

liams, Tamiko M. 47

liams, Tanya R. 47

liams, Tarji T. 92

liford, John M. 28, 29, 47
Wilson, James J. 63
Wilson, Russell W. 63, 153
Wilson, Troy M. 47, 168
Wing, Michael J. 47, 117, 131
Wing, William P. Jr. 14, 28, 63, 65,

127
Winkler, Wendy 153, 161
Wolf, Jaime 63
Wolf, Raquel I. 63, 127, 150
Womble, Michelle T. 95, 155
Worcester, Marcus J. 63, 131
Worthington, Charles A. 92, 132, 133
Wright, Jonathan 0. 63
Wu, Li Chuan 92
Wu, Wai Fee 63



Y



Yanez, Dilcia Y. 63, 129, 133, 146

Yano, Naomi 93

Young, David 98, 106, 127

Young, Jennifer 63

Yu, Chung-Dar 63



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Zafrani, Arie 47

Zapata, Oscar G. 63

Zayas, Oskar H. 93, 144, 167

Zimmerman, Daniel 12, 13, 4, 1347

Zornes, Joseph R. 63, 134, 150, 153



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On February 17, 1993 three special
visitors came to Balboa High School.
These three women were no strangers
to BHS. Each of these ladies are
graduates of the Class of '43. Imagine,
they came back to visit their alma
mater after 50 years. Of course they
have visited Panama before now, but
they wanted to make a trip to BHS
this year to commemorate their 50th
High School Graduation experience.

Mrs. Betty Chan, Mrs. Diane Yost,
and Mrs. Isabel Zemer are the three
special women who graced our halls
this past February. The Zonian staff
and Class of 1993 salute them for
making our yearbook an even more
special photo essay of Balboa High
School because we have a memory to
share of their time with us.

That's what's great about living in
this beautiful country and going to
BHS. People make our memories fond
and when we return to our "roots", it
brings back all the nostalgia of a time
of freedom, fun, and friendships. We
here in the Zonian room hope you
have enjoyed looking over your past
year at BHS and we wish we could
come back 50 years from now, as
these special ladies did, and visit the
hallowed halls of BHS.









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Vol. 84 of the ZONIAN was printed by Jostens Printing and Publishing
Division at their Visalia, CA plant. The Jostens Representatives were
Floyd Moore and Ron Buda. The plant Consultant was Gil Quesado.
The trim size of the book is 85 x 11. The book contains 208 pages,
which are Smythe Sewn. The stock is 80# 191 gloss paper, printed in
black ink. The primary typeface used throughout the book is News
Gothic condensed. The cover is an original design by Drake Sprague. It
is custom screened. The book is white with applied colors of blue, red,
yellow, and green. The yellow endsheets are printed with original
artwork in black ink. Portrait work was provided by Calvo Studio. The
tuxes were provided by the Pacific Theatre Arts Centre. The candid
shots were taken by student Photographers, all of which were
developed and printer in the school darkroom. The 1993 ZONIAN had a
run of 400 copies. These copies sold for $45 each. An optinal plastic
dust cover and extra autograph pages were offered for $1 each. A
current events tip-in for Jostens was also included. The book cost
aprroximately$25,000. This figure includes Photographic expenditures.



Special Thanks



Mrs. Manchester Mr. Holland



Mr. Young
Mrs. White
Ms. Dee

Mr. Hpwell
Mr. bales

Mrs.Sponberg



Mr. Anderson
Mrs. Hunt
Candy Modelo
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Parents of Zonian

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Craig Fishbough is stopped by a leammale who
wants to ask him a question. Baseball season is
later on in the school year. (Photo by N Wat
kins.)

A group of soccer lans sit out at the bleachers
Girls soccer occurs after second quarter
(Photo by F Westgate)




"Now that the year
is almost over, I feel
like the world is cav-
ing in on me because
I'll be a senior next
year and I don't
know what college to
go to," said Monique
Carbonell




Michelle Mizrachi and Michelle Propst, prepare J

to, their debate Mr Howell's AP English class S me of the Red Machine girls get ready for a



The Bulldogs and Cougars meet out on the held
This year the teams played hard in order to win
(Photo by D Keays)



Students hang around after school wailing for
the bus Many BHS students get involved in e>
tra-curnculare activities. (Photo by S Patty)



spent a week doing them. (Photo by C. Rigby)



shot Irom the foul line. (Photo by F. Westgate)







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s the year draws to a close,
thoughts turn toward prom; vol-
leyball"season; and for seniors, gradua-
tion. While the underclassmen struggled
along with CTBS testing, the seniors en-
joyed their Skip Days. Juniors move on
to plan for college and look forward to a
relaxing senior year. Sophomores pre-
pare to make the most of the summer
and the faculty look forward to a break
from teaching restless kids. People will



move on in their lives. Even so, BHS will
open it's doors for a new year before you
even know it.



Closing



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his year
marks the



50th anniver-
sary of the main
building. The
front of the
school has un-
dergone many
changes since it
was rebuilt.



Late 1970's. Balboa's head stands with |
big BHS letters. They were later remove
when vandals struck. (Photo by 0. White)




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1992-1993. In a panoramic view of thi
front of the school, we see BHS' newes
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This year's basketball season was highly competitive "Practically all of our games were neck to neck," said Michelle Berrezueta, Red Machine came in second The Cougars came in third
The tournament was won by the Cristobal Tigers Anyone who goes to Cristobal finds out that the Tiger fans are spirited," said Berrezueta
The Play of the season came when the Tigers played the Red Machine Although the Tigers seemed to be on the way to victory, the Red Machine did not lose hope and came back to lead the second half with about twenty seconds remaining "With fifteen


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All isthmian was won by David Stader of the Bulldogs According to some exceptional players included Jerome Price of the Cougars, Paula Ameglio of the Red Machine and many others This season was full of energy and there is high hope that next year's season will be as successful!
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Ackerman, Bonnie: Soccer, Dance Drill Team, Cougar's manager, Key Club, French Club, American Dance Drill Team School "Smile!"

Adams, Everly 'EU': "Twinkie, Cathy, Lisa, and Daphane, y all are great; thanks for the great memories Most of all, Scott, my better half; I love you!"

Aguilar, Suhai: Basketball, Track, and Drama. "Good luck in the future to all my friends; stay out of trouble"

Arango, Julio:
Water Ski, scuba diving, Volleyball, Spanish Club "Long life to Black Mass."

Archibold, Bernardo 'Bernie": Football, Spanish Club

Arenas, Erik:
Basketball

Austin, Marco "Magnate": Basketball, Soccer, JROTC "Don't give up

Ave-Lallemant, Phaedra: tennis, Track, Cheerleading, Spanish Club,
-onor Band "The memories will never die. Thanks to my other half and those that made hese times possible

Barber, Geraldo "Maliante": basketball, Soccer, Photography. "Peace and ove to all lovers."

Barrera, Sasha "Winy": business Club, Photography, Chorus. "World rere I come!'

Barter, Carlos "Flaco": basketball, Business Club. "I like to go to lances, to parties, and to date beautiful girls. In he future I will have my own business Be cool nd stay out of trouble."

leard, Patrick:
basketball

lerman, Jorge:
:ootball, Spanish Club. "Lord have mercy!"

Irown, Mellany "Lany": Veightlitting, FHA Club. "If you don't help yourelf achieve what you're striving for in life, lon't expect anyone else to help you."

llanc, Nicole:
soccer, Drama Club, Thespian, NHS, BHS, SHS, lHJS, Ecology Club, Beautifaction Club, Key lob. "Do not concern yourself with keeping the iace of your companions; step to the beat of our own drum."

alo, Adriel "Batman": 'Puerto Ricans are superior."

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Carreira, Francisco "Paco": Soccer, Spanish Club "I plan to graduate, study law, and become a lawyer "

Carver, La'Shanda" 'Shanda": Track, Pep Club. "I love you Robert; we'll always be together I love you mom Special thanks to Jessie, Jen, Saun, Danielle, and the Lloyds."

Castaneda, Jose E. "Pepe": Tennis, Soccer, Spanish Club, BHS, SHS, Business Club

Castrellon, Juan:
Football, Spanish Club 'Scuuuumm

Castro, Aquiles:
Volleyball, Spanish Club, Business Club, Ecology.

Cedeno, Miquel "Mikey": Football, Soccer. Basketball "Always thiok positive'

Chaluja, Adolfo:
Football, Spanish Club "Take life one day at a time, and live every moment of it!"

Charles, Michael D.: Football, Tennis, Cayuco Race, NHS, BHS, Ecology Club

Choy, Francisco "Coco": Spanish Club. "I want to thank Paiz, Nuz, Muela, and Fire for a great year

Coleman, Raven "Rae": Cheerleading captain, Track, Thespian, Art Club, Peer Counselor "Thank God it's over!"

Dittl, Christine A. "Chrissy": Volleyball, Beta, Renaissance, Rocket, JROTC, and Ecology Clubs, Forensics, Explorers, SADD, BHS. "Thanks to my mom and dad for their support throughout my life "

Dittl, Katherine M. "Kathy": French, Renaissance, HOSA, Business, Ecology. and Drama Clubs, SADD, BHS, peer helper, Forensics, Explorers "Good luck to the class of 1993!"

Dobbertin, Bradley A. "Ace": Chess, SADD "Do the wrong thing, because it's the right thing to do." Spanish Club. "Live the moment and don't worry about tomorrow"'

Garcia, Robert "Robbie": Football, Tennis, Baseball, Cayuco Race, Weightlifting. "I would like to study Sports Medicine

Gibbs, Joel M.:
"See ya!"

Gibson, Brandon:
Football, Cayuco Race (91-92 Champions) BHS, Ecology Club

Gifford, Oscar "Scar", "Ox", "Oz":


Cayuco Captain, NHS, Ecology Club, Drama Club, Thespian, Yearbook Staff. "Peace and love will make this world better. Be mellow!"

Gladding, Nathaniel "Nat": Diving, Photography. "I love Leysi! C.Z rules

Gold, Jessica:
"I love Alex Stirling, and I wish to be a professional doctor "

Golembiewski, Shannon: Varsity Tennis, Equestrian, Photography Club. "Thanks Christina and Jackie for all the great memories! What would I do without you guys?"

Gomez, Roberto "Antonio": Red Machine Football, Track "C'ya round in the real world. Much love to Kathy R.T

Guerrero, Luis "Wino":

Guzman, Ranier:
Soccer

Downs, Esther L.: Select chorus, Art Club.

Eastham, Dinah R.: Soccer, Cheerleading, Basketball player and manager, Volleyball. "I wish everybody the best of luck to everyone and God bless

Ellison, Gina A,:
Drama Club, Ecology Club, BHS, Yearbook "Bunga, Bunga; It's a small world; G.P., than for all "

Epperson, Doyn "Shane": "Only with time can we see the soul of the earth's final destruction."

Espinosa, Julia "Julie": "Thanks to all my friends for being there when I needed them, I also thank my mom."

Estrada, Michelle: Soccer, Spanish, Ecology, and Business Clubs, Jr. Red Cross, Sophomore Sec. "Go for your goals! Smile Always."

Estupinian, Saul A.: Volleyball, Football, French Club, JROTC Battalion Executive Officer, Rifle team and Usher Guard Commander. "I plan on going to college and joining the military."

Fullerton, Jay "Jake the snake": Baseball, Football, Foto Club, Computer Club. "I want to become a navy seal and an aircraft mechanic "

Gale, Carl:
Wrestling, Track, Football, Swimming, French Club. "Thanks to all my friends. I wish you well in the future. God bless you

Garcia, Carla:

Hanf, Stephen "Steve":


Basketball, Yearbook, Newspaper, SADD (Secretarvg NH', EHS, Peer Helper, Ecology Club.

Hanson, Rejoyce:
Swim Team, Soccer, Bulldog Mascot, Drama Club (Treasurer), NHS, Yearbook, Ecology Club, SADD, BHS, Art Club, Business Club, French Club, Peer Facilitator. "These are the years in which we make our dreams come true; make the best of them '93. We've finally made it!"

Hasebe, Ryoichi "Sergio": Ecology, BHS. "Good luck my friends!"

Hatchett, Erin:
Cougars' Manager, Thespian, Dr ma Club, Thespians (President), Honor Chorus. "I just want to thank everyone for the good times! Lookout world, here I come!"

Headley, Herica "Flaca": Basketball, French Club "Hope everyone graduates and has lots of success in the future. Remember don't drink and drive

Hemm, Pamela:
Soccer, Volleyball, Dance Team, Business Club

Henderson, Nancy:
Swimming, Track, BHS, NHS, Thespian Honor Society, YFC, Yearbook, Honor Chorus. "Thanks to my family and J.M S.L., CL.. C.R., S.P., and everyone else for making this year the greatest "

Hepburn, Alejandro "Whitey": Skateboarding, The Group. "The Group rules."

Herazo, Oliver "Big Al": Football, Volleyball, Basketball, French Club. "You have to want to!"

Hildreth, Jason:
Wrestling, Football, Track, Bushmasters,

Hinkle, Caroline:
Cheerleader (Captain), Soccer, Volleyball, Cayuco Race, Football Manager, Homecoming and Jamboree Princess, NHS, SHS, BHS (President), Spanish Club.

Hirom, Fletcher:
Football, Fire Marshall, Drama Club, Server/ Lector, Class President, BHS.

Hogan, Mathew "Matt": Ecology Club, Yearbook. "I'd like to thank all my friends for the great times. Best of luck!"

Howard, Alison:
Track (Captain), Basketball (Captain), Volleyball, Soccer, BHS, French Club, Ecology Club, NHS, Close Up. "Have fun

Hunt, Joanne:
Cheerleader, Cayuco Race #1, Drama Club, Ecology Club, Art Club. "Thanks to my best friends for making my senior year the best, N.W., J.R., J.T., T.N., M.P,"


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J. Hardin, T. Ortiz, R, Gomez, and T. Roberts try to identify their favorite players Many students let off some steam at the Friday night football games (Photo by K Olandese)


Stress is emotional or intellectual strain, or tension This emotion affects all students and teachers at some point in the year Stress can occur when you have too much going on is your life For example, stress can be caused by taking a lot of hard courses that demand a lot of your time to do homework and little time for anything else Some student's stress period last for days, weeks, or even months This can lead to problems, but most BHS students have found ways to fight stress
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chulz, Marie A. 8, 12, 17, 18, 62, 67, 129, 131, 145, 146 Schulz, Wilford 8, 26 Scott, Shawn K. 62, 144, 168 Scribner, Emma T. 45, 131 Scruggs, Hugh F. 1191 Scruggs, Jennifer L. 45 Seales, Jason A. 45, 144 Sears, Katherine T. 45, 116, 131, 133,
183
Segura, Laura 18, 20, 30, 45, 131,
146, 166, 167
!Seitz, David 98, 105, 114, 131, 141 Seitz, Katherine 8, 9 Seitz, Mayra 98, 131 eppy, Morgan 62, 133, 139 Serrano, Francisco T. 93 Severson, Judy 105, 145 Shadeck, Karen G. 45, 131, 333 Shaha, Benjamin J. 45, 140, 150 Shaha, Joseph W. 62 Shaw, Tanaiya R. 62 Sheets, Christopher 91, 144 Sherfey, Catherine D. 91 Sherrod, Aisha L. 45 'Sherry, Ana L. 62, 64, 127 Shie, Amy C. 62 Shirley, David W. 63, 144 Shorter, William D. 91 Siddiqi, Ajsheen A. 45, 146, 129 Silvera, Marioly M. 91 Simmons, Matthew D. 91, 169 Sima, D.L. 169 Simon, J. 150 Singh, Harna K. 91 Singh, Ryan J. 62 Singleton, Mellany 11, 48, 155 Sirias, Isbel A. 91 Skinner, Jamal S. 91 Skousgard, Ingrid 168 Small, Erika E. 62, 127 Smart, Jenell L. 86, 91, 94, 145 Smart, Kathia L. 48 Smith, Aaron L. 91 Smith, Angely M. 91 Smith, Bryan J. 45, 150, 168 Smith, Enrique R. 62 Smith, Kenneth J. 62, 67, 144 Smith, Kimberly N. 48, 73 Smith, Latoya N. 95, 144 Smith, Leovihilda A. 92 Smith, Richard W. 45 Snyder, Jennifer M. 48 Sokol, Hemda M. 92 Sosa, Alejandro A. Jr. 64, 92, 127,


129, 139
Sosa, Rita 101, 105, 114, 115 Sponberg, Carol 104 Sprague, Devon 91, 151 Sprague, Drake K. 29, 63, 65, 125,
131, 134, 146
Spratling Valerye M. 62, 131, 155 Spurlock, Amanda C. 20, 21, 62, 127,
131, 167
Squire, Desiree A. 11, 62, 149 Stader, David B. 45, 156 Staha, Jessica A. 14, 62, 127, 129,
131, 146
Staha, Mariette 105 States, Erine M. 45, 116, 131 Stanchfield, Renea C. 46 Stanford, Eddie G. 62, 150, 154 Starks, Robinn R. 92 Staton, Anthony A. 46 Steinbarger, Maylinn M. 85, 92, 169 Stephens, Omar M. 46 Stephenson, Hashim K. 92 Sterf, Crystal S. 63 Sterling, A. 150 Stewart, Renee H. 63 Straub, Tyson A. 46 Strokes, C. 153, 163 Sween, Rhoda V. 92 Sweeney, Matthew A. 63, 92 Sweeney, Ryan 29, 165 Swnety, Brian M. 150 Swistak, Brandon J. 92, 150 Sylvester, Alyson M. 92, 133 Syrdahl, Kari M. 62 Szymanski, Jenilee A. 10, 62, 129,
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Tagaropulos, Kathia 92 Takahasi, Dai 46 Tapanes, Carlos M. 62, 134, 139, 144 Tapia, Sebastian F. 92 Tate, Johanna N. 62 Taylor, Constance S. 46 Taylor, M. 167 Taylor, R. 153 Terrell, Doris M. 46 Terrell, Joseph 92 Tejada, Adrian M. 92, 156 Tejada, Maria 105 Thale, Bruce 71, 71, 106, 115, 116 Thames, Aaron C. 92 Thomas, Jennifer D. 62


Thomas, Toumani T. 63 Thompson, Christina 46, 54, 71, 153,
162
Thompson, Derrick D. 46, 144, 153 Thompson, Heather A. 62, 146, 167 Thompson, Jaqueline M. 46 Thompson, Jesse C. I1 5, 63, 144 Thompson, John E. Jr. 63 Tisby, Kathy R. 92, 95 Tola, Martha S. 63 Toney, Jomoore K. 63, 165 Torres, Marlon 1. 48 Torres-irizarry, Samuel 46, 110, 127 Toth, Daniel M. 12, 13, 46, 176 Traywick, Nathan E. 18, 63, 133 Trembly, Hellen 10, 46, 54, 150 Trippany, Suzanne 63, 127 Truchsess, Michelle R. 92 Tulk, Gregory 92, 144 Tunon, Marcia 63, 144 Tunon, Yessica 46 Twohy, Henry B. I1 63, 153 Tyner, Ed 106


Uhorchak, Vanessa L. 20, 63, 67, 127,
131, 145, 163
Ullrich, Jennifer L. 63, 70, 131, 133,
129
Underwood, Quint P. 46, 114, 129 Unger, Shem D. 26, 63, 127, 129,
131, 133, 140
Upton, Melissa A. 63, 95, 144 Urriola, Annelle 20, 21, 91, 92, 127 Usera, Anthony C. 16, 63, 131, 134,
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Valdilles, Tabitha 1. 92, 167 Valencia, Gabriela 63, 146 Vanairsdale, Brian W. 92, 94, 167 Vanderwall, Karl R. 46 Vasquez, Maria C. 92, 144 Vasquez, Michelle A. 95 Vasquez, Mildred A. 63 Vaughn, Michael J. 46, 156 Vaz, Carlos 20, 106, 126, 127


Vega, C. 139 Vega, Lynnette M. 46 Velazquez, Damaris M. 46 Velez, Gloria 92, 155 Vergara, Luis F. 92 Versailles, Michelle C. 63, 139 Vidaurri, Alexis S. 87, 92, 129, 162,
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Vidinha, Andrew G. 92 Villareal, Gerardo 63 Von Hollen, Lance C. 31, 63, 66, 150


Wagner, Ann F. 46, 131, 129, 155 Wagner, Robert Van 92, 167 Wall, Cheryl 12, 106 Walker, Shane C. 47, 75, 110, 129,
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Walters, Jamie D. 47, 133, 167 Wandwani, R. 139 Wantanabe, A. 167 Wantanabe, Riuw 63, 153, 169 Waugh, Kenneth 12, 48, 107 Ward, Carlton Jr. 95 Ward, Rossaue J. 47, 54 Warner, Nijah V. 92 Washington 155 Watkins, Natalie E. 47, 55, 134, 146,
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Watkins, Wayne M. 92 Waugh, Kenneth 102, 113, 114, 140 Wead, M. 150 Weatherby, Samuel C. 92 Webb, Marianna C. 47 Webb, Melissa S. 47, 122, 123, 127,
150
Webly, Sonia 106 Weeks, Edgar H. 63 Weeks, Jackeline A. 63, 64, 127, 131,
139, 146
Welch, Lottie 1. 47 Wells, Stacey L. 47, 129, 145 Wemhoener-Cuite, Benjamin 63 Wemhoener-Cuite, Brynn K. 95 West, Richard Jr. 86, 95 Westgate, Frank 12, 20, 47, 127, 129,
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Wheeler, D. 150, 169 White, Adam J. 47 White, Dottie 106, 120 White, Dwight C. Jr. 92, 169 Wilder, Katherine L. 14, 15, 93, 150 Williams, Cecilio 106


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having lots of fun. During a production, the weirdest things can happen
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Adams, Everly "EU": "Twinkie, Cathy, Lisa, and Daphane, y'all are great; thanks for the great memories. Most of all, Scott, my better half; I love you!"

Aguilar, Suhai: Basketball, Track, and Drama. "Good luck in the future to all my friends; stay out of trouble."

Arango, Julio:
Water Ski, scuba diving, Volleyball, Spanish Club "Long life to Black Mass."

Archibold, Bernardo "Bernie": Football, Spanish Club

Arenas, Erik:
Basketball

Austin, Marco "Magnate": Basketball, Soccer, JROTC "Don't give up."

Ave-Lallemant, Phaedra: tennis, Track, Cheerleading, Spanish Club, dlonor Band "The memories will never die. thanks to my other half and those that made these times possible."

Barber, Geraldo "Maliante": basketball, Soccer, Photography. "Peace and ove to all lovers."

Barrera, Sasha "Winy": business Club, Photography, Chorus. "World iere I come!"

carter, Carlos "Flaco": basketball, Business Club. "I like to go to lances, to parties, and to date beautiful girls. In he future I will have my own business. Be cool md stay out of trouble."

leard, Patrick:
basketball

lerman, Jorge: :ootball, Spanish Club. "Lord have mercy!"

Irown, Mellany "Lany": Veightlifting, FHA Club. "If you don't help yourelf achieve what you're striving for in life, lon't expect anyone else to help you."

llanc, Nicole:
occer, Drama Club, Thespian, NHS, BHS, SHS, JHJS, Ecology Club, Beautifaction Club, Key lub. "Do not concern yourself with keeping the 'ace of your companions; step to the beat of our own drum."

alo, Adriel "Batman": 'Puerto Ricans are superior."

antu, Iluminada "Mercy": soccer


Carreira, Francisco "Paco": Soccer, Spanish Club. "I plan to graduate, study law, and become a lawyer."

Carver, La'Shanda" 'Shanda": Track, Pep Club. "I love you Robert; we'll always be together. I love you mom. Special thanks to Jessie, Jen, Saun, Danielle, and the Lloyds."

Castaneda, Jose E. "Pepe": Tennis, Soccer, Spanish Club, BHS, SHS, Business Club.

Castrellon, Juan:
Football, Spanish Club. "Scuuuumm ...

Castro, Aquiles:
Volleyball, Spanish Club, Business Club, Ecology.

Cedeno, Miquel "Mikey": Football, Soccer, Basketball. "Always think positive! "

Chaluja, Adolfo:
Football, Spanish Club. "Take life one day at a time, and live every moment of it!"

Charles, Michael D.: Football, Tennis, Cayuco Race, NHS, BHS, Ecology Club.

Choy, Francisco "Coco": Spanish Club. "I want to thank Paiz, Nuz, Muela, and Fire for a great year."

Coleman, Raven "Rae": Cheerleading captain, Track, Thespian, Art Club, Peer Counselor. "Thank God it's over!"

Dittl, Christine A. "Chrissy": Volleyball, Beta, Renaissance, Rocket, JROTC, and Ecology Clubs, Forensics, Explorers, SADD, BHS. "Thanks to my mom and dad for their support throughout my life."

Dittl, Katherine M. "Kathy": French, Renaissance, HOSA, Business, Ecology, and Drama Clubs, SADD, BHS, peer helper, Forensics, Explorers. "Good luck to the class of 1993!"

Dobbertin, Bradley A. "Ace": Chess, SADD. "Do the wrong thing, because it's the right thing to do." Spanish Club. "Live the moment and don't worry about tomorrow!"

Garcia, Robert "Robbie": Football, Tennis, Baseball, Cayuco Race, Weightlifting. "I would like to study Sports Medicine."

Gibbs, Joel M.:
"See ya!"

Gibson, Brandon:
Football, Cayuco Race (91-92 Champions) BHS, Ecology Club.

Gifford, Oscar "Scar", "ox", "Oz":


Cayuco Captain, NHS, Ecology Club, Drama Club, Thespian, Yearbook Staff. "Peace and love will make this world better. Be mellow!"

Gladding, Nathaniel "Nat": Diving, Photography. "I love Leysi! C.Z. rules."

Gold, Jessica:
"I love Alex Stirling, and I wish to be a professional doctor."

Golembiewski, Shannon: Varsity Tennis, Equestrian, Photography Club. "Thanks Christina and Jackie for all the great memories! What would I do without you guys?"

Gomez, Roberto "Antonio": Red Machine Football, Track. "C'ya round in the real world. Much love to Kathy R.T."

Guerrero, Luis "Nino":

Guzman, Ranier:
Soccer

Downs, Esther L.:
Select chorus, Art Club.

Eastham, Dinah R.: Soccer, Cheerleading, Basketball player and manager, Volleyball. "I wish everybody the best of luck to everyone and God bless."

Ellison, Gina A.:
Drama Club, Ecology Club, BHS, Yearbook. "Bunga, Bunga; It's a small world; G.P., than for all."

Epperson, Doyn "Shane": "Only with time can we see the soul of the earth's final destruction."

Espinosa, Julia "Julie": "Thanks to all my friends for being there when I needed them. I also thank my mom."

Estrada, Michelle:
Soccer, Spanish, Ecology, and Business Clubs, Jr. Red Cross, Sophomore Sec. "Go for your goals! Smile Always."

Estupinian, Saul A.: Volleyball, Football, French Club, JROTC Battalion Executive Officer, Rifle team and Usher Guard Commander. "I plan on going to college and joining the military."

Fullerton, Jay "Jake the snake": Baseball, Football, Foto Club, Computer Club. "I want to become a navy seal and an aircraft mechanic."

Gale, Carl:
Wrestling, Track, Football, Swimming, French Club. "Thanks to all my friends. I wish you well in the future. God bless you."

Garcia, Carla:

Hanf, Stephen "Steve":


Basketball, Yearbook, Newspaper, SADD (Secretary), NHS, PHS, Peer Helper, Ecology Club.

Hanson, Rejoyce:
Swim Team, Soccer, Bulldog Mascot, Drama Club (Treasurer), NHS, Yearbook, Ecology Club, SADD, BHS, Art Club, Business Club, French Club, Peer Facilitator. "These are the years in which we make our dreams come true; make the best of them '93. We've finally made it!"

Hasebe, Ryoichi "Sergio": Ecology, BHS. "Good luck my friends!"

Hatchett, Erin:
Cougars' Manager, Thespian, Druma Club, Thespians (President), Honor Chorus. "I lust want to thank everyone for the good times! Lookout world; here I come!"

Headley, Herica "Flaca": Basketball, French Club. "Hope everyone graduates and has lots of success in the future. Remember don't drink and drive."

Hemm, Pamela:
Soccer, Volleyball, Dance Team, Business Club

Henderson, Nancy:
Swimming, Track, BHS, NHS, Thespian Honor Society, YFC, Yearbook, Honor Chorus. "Thanks to my family and J.M., S.L., C.L., C.R., S.P., and everyone else for making this year the greatest."

Hepburn, Alejandro "Whitey": Skateboarding, The Group. "The Group rules."

Herazo, Oliver "Big Al": Football, Volleyball, Basketball, French Club. "You have to want to!"

Hildreth, Jason:
Wrestling, Football, Track, Bushmasters.

Hinkle, Caroline:
Cheerleader (Captain), Soccer, Volleyball, Cayuco Race, Football Manager, Homecoming and Jamboree Princess, NHS, SHS, BHS (President), Spanish Club.

Hirom, Fletcher:
Football, Fire Marshall, Drama Club, Server/ Lector, Class President, BHS.

Hogan, Mathew "Matt": Ecology Club, Yearbook. "I'd like to thank all my friends for the great times. Best of luck!"

Howard, Alison:
Track (Captain), Basketball (Captain), Volleyball, Soccer, BHS, French Club, Ecology Club, NHS, Close Up. "Have fun."

Hunt, Joanne:
Cheerleader, Cayuco Race #1, Drama Club, Ecology Club, Art Club. "Thanks to my best friends for making my senior year the best, N.W., J.R., J.T., T.N., M.P."


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Watkins, Natalie "Nat": Cheerleading (Co-Captain), Cayucs Race. Soft ball. Yearbook Staff, Parakeet, Photography Club "I want to thank all my Irend' for making my Sr year the best' Ricky I love you'

Webb, Marianna:
Intramural Volleyball, Cheerleading (Cougarv), Cayuco Bace, French Club Ecology Club JROTC Rifle Team '931

Webb, Melissa "Mel" Soccer, Volleyball, Cayuco Race, Cougar Man ager Computer Club. Ecology Club 'rove to Mike, Marianna, and Michelle, thanks for all the fun and interesting times

Welch, Lottie:
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Wells, Stacey "Ike":
Baseball, Soccer, Powder Puff, President and Treasurer of SADD, President of Peer Helpers, Math Club, Member of lust Say No

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Williford, John:
Football, Tennis, Cayuco Race Powder Pull Computer Club, Lettermans Club

Wilson, Troy:
Football, Baseball, Soccer, Cross Country, Wres img. Foreign Exchange Program, Model UN

Wint, Michael "Mike": Green Devil Football. Soccer, Cayuco Race, BHS, French Club

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Watkins, Natalie "Nat": Cheerleading (Co-Captain), Cayuco Race, Softball, Yearbook Staff, Parakeet, Photography Club. "I want to thank all my friends for making my Sr year the best Ricky- I love you!

Webb, Marianna:
Intramural Volleyball, Cheerleading (Cougars), Cayuco Race, French Club. Ecology Club, JROTC Rifle Team "93!"

Webb, Melissa "Mel": Soccer, Volleyball, Cayuco Race, Cougar's Manager, Computer Club, Ecology Club. "Love to Mike, Marianna, and Michelle; thanks for all the fun and interesting times

Welch, Lottie:
JROTC (Held position of 2 Platoon Sergeant). "My goal is to be a professional woman, a mother, and a wife. Thank you."

Wells, Stacey "Ike": Baseball, Soccer, Powder Puff, President and Treasurer of SADD, President of Peer Helpers, Math Club, Member of lost Say No.

Westgate, Frank "Shamu Smurt- Ballena": Tennis, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, Sophomore President, Spanish Club President, NHS, Ecology Club, Drama Club, Cello. "Thanks to everyone that helped me through life Save the earth and ride the waves.'

White, Adam:
Track.

Williams, Reynaldo Ir, "Black Stallion": Football "I'm outta here"'

Williams, Tamiko "Mako": Track and Field.

Williams, Tanya "Tan-Tan": Student Council "Mother of Tangeria Williams

Williford, John:
Football, Tenris, Cayuco Race, Powder Pull, Computer Club, Lettermans Club,

Wilson, Troy:
Football, Baseball, Soccer, Cross Country, Wrestling, Foreign Exchange Program, Model UN

Wing, Michael "Mike": Green Devil Football, Soccer, Cayuco Race, BHS, French Club

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-lowell, Ralph 107, 114 ludson, Yaiseth A. 84, 144 luddelson, Trevor 66, 77 luff, ll William B. 84, 150 lumo, Amir 63 lung, Ching-Yeh 60 lunt, Doris 107 lunt, Joanne M. 38, 103, 113, 134 lunt, Kelly R. 84, 95 husband, Jessie 60 lutchinson, Chrysta L. 60








Jackson, Angel N. 84 laen, Jose 131 James, Shondre M. 60 leffrey, Hector A. 82, 84, 144 lohnson, Fernando J. 95 Johnson, Susannah 60, 133, 146, 167 Johnson, Timothy R. 60, 150, 156,
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Jones, Corey L. 85 Jones, Kelly A. 85, 154 Jones, Laurie V. 39, 128, 144, 154 Jones, Peggy 103 Jordan, Juanita Ann 60, 169 Jordan, Michael D. 39, 128 Joseph, Laura D. 85, 146 Juliao, Luis A. 60, 153, 169 Jungenberg, James R. 95 Jurado, Lorena M. 85








Kan Ta-Wei 39, 127, 139 Kat, Marsha 103 Keays, Dawn E. 39, 78, 101, 146 Kelly, Megan J. 60, 65, 129, 130, 131, 133, 167


Kelly, Sharol K. 60 Kemp, Bonnie M. 85 Kemp, Karen L. 85, 155, 167 Kemp, Teralee R. 28, 60, 127, 129,
131, 153, 167
Keoughan, Alice N. 85 Kharbanda, Pooja 85 Kibbler, Marebel B. 85, 91 Kinghorn, Adrienne J. 60, 129, 131,
133
Kirkland, Caroline 95 Kirkpatrick, Ariadna L. 85, 144 Knapp, M. 150 Knisley, Jeaniette Y. 60 Kobayashi, Tomoyuki 39, 129, 150 Krapfl, Arthur R. Jr. 60, 85, 129, 139,
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Krinicky, A. 155 Kuan, Nelson 39 Kuo, Franz G. 85 Kuo, Michelle A. 60, 127, 129, 131,
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Laird, Sheila 118 Lam, Carlos F. 9, 39, 77, 78, 115,
116, 117, 145
Lampas, Carlos E. Jr. 31, 86 Lancaster, Marilyn L. 39 Lang, M. 154 Langill, Anne M. 60 Lantry, Dilia 86, 134 Lantry, James T. 60, 134 Larrabee, Beth A. 86 Larribe, K. 155 Lassaler, J. 150 Latorre, Sergio E. 86, 156 Law, Terri M. 60, 65, 156, 167 Lee, Ana 1. 60 Lee, Carlos 26 Lee, Christopher J. 60, 144 Lee, Kimberly Y. 60, 153, 162 Leffler, Scott J. 14, 29, 39, 70, 78,
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Lentz, Kisha L. 63, 144 Leontiev, Lisa 86, 129 Lewis, Sherry 155 Lilley, Laura M. 86, 127 Linton, F. 169 Littrell, Michylle L. 86, 167 Lively, Christine E. 54, 60, 127, 129 Livingston, Alexander L. I1 86, 150,


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Llach, Tatiana 60 Lloyd, Jennifer C. 60 Lloyd, Jason A. 39, 153 Lloyd, Michelle M. 86, 144 Logan, Bianca L. 95, 144 Lomba, Brenda L. 60, 144 Longoria, E. 153 Lopez, Analida G. 86 Lopez, David A. 39, 153, 165 Lopez, Etelvino 86 Lopez, G. 163 Lopez, Jesse 86 Lopez, Joel 150 Lopez, Joseph P. 60 Lopez, Kathleen 23, 71, 86, 133 Lou, Cesar 0. 20, 26, 60, 127, 129,
131, 134, 139 Love, Salvador B. 39 Lowry, Scott A. 60 Luck, Edilia 86 Lugo, Bryan N. 60 Lukkasson, Eric W. 86 Luttrell, William J. 39 Lyle J. 153


Maddox, Jesse E. 1186, 144 Maduro, Christine M. 60 Malave, Ramon A. Jr. 86, 127, 156,
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Malave, Rosadely 5, 39, 707 Manchester, Nancy 102, 103, 146 Manning, Karina E. 60 Manzanares, Johanna A. 48, 144 Manzanares, Luis 86 Marotta, Jesse P. 60 Marquardt, Douglas C. 61, 133, 140,
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Marquez, Gustavo A. 39 Marribitt, Ami L. 61 Martinelli, Carlos H. 61 Martinelli, Juan A. 39 Martinez, Juan C. 87, 144, 150 Marinez, Raul M. 87, 168 Martinez, V. 150 Marx, Angela M. 5, 61, 87, 129, 133,
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Marx, Brandyn D. 82, 155 Mason, Chanda 1. 95 Matheney, Audra A. 61 Mathews, J. 153 Mattingly, Shanna M. 61


Maxwell, H. 162 McAuliffe, Stephen S. 87 McConaughey, Ryan D. 61 McCormick, Jennifer S. 95 McCoy, Michelle L. 39, 144 McDonald, Brandi E. 39 McFarlane, Clement S. Jr. 61, 134 McGregor, Johnnie 102, 103 McGuinness, Janelle E. 14, 87, 93,
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McGuinness, Lauren 162 McGuinness, Samuel A. Jr. 95, 165 McKay, Milton 61 McKee, Scott G. 87 McKelvey, Wendy M. 87, 95 McNeil, Oscar 87 McQueen, Danielle M. 39 McWhorter, Daphne D. 61 Medina, Kelvin M. 87 Meredith, Ikishara M. 87 Merkel, Ian A. 39, 127 Merkel, Stacey A. 87, 127 Merriweather, William C. Jr. 42, 64,
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Meyer, Karen D. 61 Meyers, Alberta T. 42, 146, 167 Meyers, Sharlene 14 Michel, Timothy B. 29, 42 Miller, John M. Jr. 87, 165, 169 Miller, Nichelle M. 61 Mills, Dean A. 42, 128, 129, 134, 139,
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Minn, Ryan B. 82 Mishiro, Kayoe 42, 167 Mishler, Justin D. 42 Mishra, Vandana 87 Mitcham, Thomas T. 61, 127, 134 Mitchell, Joanne 103 Mizrachi, Michelle 42, 129, 131, 141,
146, 207
Modelo, Candy M. 42, 133, 129 Modelo, Roberto F. 87 Moffit, Dave 155, 169 Molina, Rina R. 42 Monaghan, Paula M. 87 Monlouis, Wilma 103 Montagne, Karin A. 87 Montalvo, Jahaira 61 Moore, William Thomas 61, 75 Morales, Patricia 105 Moran, Nishawne J. 61, 127, 139 Moreno, Aneris 87 Movero, Randy 87 Morgan, Michael G. 42, 122, 150, 169 Morris, Eric A. 42 Morris, Kenneth H. Jr. 88 Morris, Raymond H. 18, 23, 42, 144, 156


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If only you could know how wonderful it is to have a daughter like you. It's always meant so much to me to see your smile, to listen to your ideas, to watch you grow and learn and become your own person. If only you could realize how many special memories


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The night was full of anxieties "Does my hair look nice?" "Is my bow-tie on right?"
"My head was too small and my boutonniere kept falling off," exclaimed senior, Shawn Patty. Many students rode in style to dinner a limousine, a corvette, or a chiva
"The people at the restaurant stared at us so much I thought I'd spilled my dinner on me I think they were just impressed by our formal attire." said senior Cathy Rigby.
Through all the hassle seniors and juniors managed to get to the Amador Officer's Club where the Prom was held The room was filled with the scent of corsages and the sound of romantic music The multi colored balloons decorated the room as well as the streamers "I ran out of oxygen


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Juniors were discussing their future senior year You could hear some seniors talking about where to go after prom Some students went to post prom parties while others cruised around Some students hung around the little couple. Caleb Bales and Katherine Seitz. "Caleb was too bashful to take his picture," said Mr Bales. All o all, the night was a big success Students got to relax and enloy themselves "I had a lot of fun said Rigby. "After the prom we drov ir ind before pnmg hcmp I thi
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Every election year the Social Studies Department sponsors a mock presidential election for the faculty/staff and student body to express their favored candidate.
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It is 11:44 and just ten seconds are left before the lunch bell rings. And, the bell has rung! It is lunch time! Suddenly, those who had been tiredly dragging themselves through the day with much effort and no energy become racing horses raring to take off. A mad rush is made for every classroom door. It is quite amusing to see 24 students get through one door at the same time. The halls are filled with excited chatter, loud, fast-moving footsteps, slamming of lockers, and the rustling of sack lunches here and there. Those who are fortunate enough to have cars or motorcycles zip out to the parking lot and head for any place that is not school Usually, you can find these people at Anthony's Pizza, McDonald's, or home


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