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LION 

1986 



VOLUME 

57 





Liberty Union High School 

850 Second Street 

Brentwood CA 95413 



Published By 

The Annual Staff of 

Liberty Union High School 



SUPERSTITION . . 



LION '86 




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Faces Reflect Student Spirit 




sports Build Student Character 




Trebino, Darone Reign as Queen, King 





JAC:K HARRISON and Lisa Machado 
share a happy [7iomeni before being 
announced at the biggest rally of the 
vear. 



WITH parents and guest looking on, 
Fred Krey escorts Wendy Lunsford to 
her seat. 



JERRY HACKETT smiles as he 
walks towards his mother, Myra, 
to present her with flowers at the 
Homecoming Rally. 



WALKING into the Homecom- 

ing Rally are Top Ten candidates Bk 

Mike Colburn and Tamara '^^ 

Teixeira, student body president. ^ / 




lEFF BETTENCOURT and 
Jaime Troike walk arm-in-arm 
after being announced at the 
Homecommg Rally. 










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1985 HOMECOMING QUEEN 
AND KING, Michele Trebino and 
Tony Darone, are captured together 
for the first time after being 
announced as the winners. 



RON TURCHIE and Tami 
Sherman, the 1984 Homecoming 
King and Queen, stride into the 
Stonebarger Gym. 





GRAND MARSHALL, Keith Dawson, 
builds the tension and then hands the 
flowers to the Homecoming Queen, 
Michele Trebino. 



FAUSTO VELASCO escorts his 
girl friend, Jodie Thorpe, into the 
Homecoming Rally. 



DEBI MCBRIDE shares her 
happiness with her escort David 
Burghult. 



TWO QUEENS, '84 and '85, 
Michele Trebino and Tami 
Sherman, smile for the crovyd at 
half-time ceremonies to climax 
the day's festivities. 




Students, Staff Share Good, Bad Times 




Homecoming Activities Raise Spirits 




TUGGING for all their worth, the Sopho- JUNIORS worked hard to finish this 
more Class tried to out-pull the freshmen ambitious float for the Homecoming 
dunng the tug-of-war. Parade. 




MASCOTS. Debi McBride and Michele 
Trebino, entertain the crowd before a 
football game. 



THIS MIGHTY LION reigns over the 
Homecoming Parade and the banner above 
his head proudlv proclaims "Long Live 
Lionsl" 



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MEMBERS of the Junior Class read their STRUGGLING to get their pyramid SHELIA ROBINSON & 
newspapers instead of listening or watching together, the staff members are not too ROBIN GALEY stroll across 
eniors compete in the competition yeir successful. Mr. John Renteria climbs mto the campus near the library 



the seniors ( 



position as the right side collapses. 



having a chat. 



DRESSED like the Statue 
of Liberty, the large Lion 
dominates this float during 
the Homecoming Parade. 




sports, Activities Dominate Campus 




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Casey, Dawson Share Honors 





VICE-PRINCIPAL. Mike Schrader, 
hurnes to his office. His office building 
was severely damaged by a fire in 
Januarv. 



VARSITY LIONS dash through the 
halfiime jxjster at the Homecoming Game. 
The Lions were winners in this contest and 
shared the F.-\L Championship with 
Miramonte. 



QUARTERBACK. Tonv Darone. is 
dragged down short of a first down. 
Tonv was not oniv Quarterback, he was 
an outstanding line backer. 



"GET CR-AZV!"' Sophomores at the 
Homecoming Rallv whoop it up to 
help raise school spirit. 



TONV DARONE is congratulated bv 
Mimi Fejes after his announcement 
as the 1 985 Homecoming King. Tony 
was an outstanding wrestler and 
fcxjtball player. 



WITH ROOT BEER streaming 
off the chin, this student tries to 
beat others in a lunch-time activity 
during Homecoming Week. 



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MIMl MONTANEZ waits 
patiently for the next 
customer at the concession 
stand during the Homecom- 
ing Game on Ohmstede Field. 



STRAINING for all their 
worth, the Sophomore 
Class successfully out pulls 
the Freshmen Class in the 
tug-of-war contest. 





"WHAT, ME WORRY?" Nerd 
Day brought out the best and 
worst in some students and 
faculty members and was enjoyed 
by all. 



SUSAN DEJESUS waits patiendy as 
Grand Marshall, Keith Dawson, 
carefully opens the envelope that will 
tell him the 1985 Homecoming 
Queen. Grand Marshall, Billie Casey, 
has already announced the King. 
Both staff members retired in June. 



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MEMBERS OF THE SOPHOMORE 
CLASS try to get their act together and 
build a successful pyramid. They seem to 
be having a little difficulty with the third 
layer. 




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Seniors Show Class Spirit at Homecoming 



S/aa/ns , ^lean4 ne 
Student of the Month, Elementary Tutor 



IWE Attendance Office, English, Special Ed 

Band III, Stage Band, Pep Band, Foreign Exchange Club, 
IWE Beginning Art, Crafts 



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•n, yei^tuca Jfou 

Chamber Singers, Choir Club, A Caf>ella Choir, Girls' 
Ensemble, French Club 



Varsity Track, Plavmakers, Pep Club, Annual Staff, AFS 

Secretary, IWE Audio-Visual, Freshman Float Committee, 

Ticket faker for football, wrestling and basketball, licket 

seller for football, basketball, and wrestling. Head I ickei Seller 

for football and basketball. Toga Dance Committee, Foreign 

Exchange Club, Senior Float (Committee, Youth Educator, 

PEOPEL PE, Track Manager, Honor Roll 

Varsity Basketball, JV Basketball, J V Football. Frosh 
Basketball, CSF, Block L, French Club, All League Basketball. 

Golf, IWE Chemistry 



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Perfect Attendance (frosh), IWE Attendance Office, PE, 
Counseling Office, Library 

Girls' Varsity Basketball, Varsity Softball, JV Softball, Cross 

Country, Most Valuable Player Basketball and Softball, 

Student Goyernment, Commissioner of Rallies and 

Assemblies. Senior Society Seryice, Block L, Pep Club, 

Homecoming Committee 



Varsity Football, JV Football, Frosh Football, Varsity 

Basketball. JV Basketball, Frosh Basketball, Block L. 

Commissioner of Athletics, Band III, CSF, Honor Roll, 

Scholastic Top Ten, Boys' State Representatiye Alternate, 

Student Goyernment, Senior Seryice Society, Homecoming 

Top Ten, Student CounciL 




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HOLDINC; their homecomi 

trophies, Tony Darone and M 

their hands in salute as the band plays "Hail 

Liberty" during halftime activities 



ng King and Queen JUST ANOTHER SCHOOL day for Laura Paffe-Shernian and Dana Peterson as they help earn 
lidielleTrebino, raise points for their Senior Class on "Hat and Sunglasses Day." 




FFA, Honor Roll, Student Council, Student Government, 
Homecoming Committee, IWE Student Accounts, Student 
Body Treasurer 

Elementary Tutor, IWE Student Accounts 



IWE English, Homemaking, Homecoming Committee 



Chamber Singers, Vocalist of the Month, Girls' Ensemble, 
Choir Club, A Capella Choir, Pep Club, Playmakers, CSF, 
Honor Roll, Choir Club Asistant Librarian, Choir Club 
Vice-president, Choir Club Treasurer, One Acts, Scholastic 
Top Ten. 



Honor Roll, Scholastic Top Ten, CSF, Life CSF, Varsity 
Football, J V Football, Frosli Football, Varsity Basketball, J V 
Basketball, Frosh Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Commissioner 
of Athletics, Block L, Homecoming Top Ten, Senior Service 
Society, Band III, Student Government. 



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■■M\ BUDDY. • TAMARA 

TF.IXEIRA atui Wcndv Lundsloni 

share a lighter moment during a 

rain storm. 



•HE^' .SCO rr. do vou think we 
should be out thcrer" "No .Stacv, 
l<x)ks ttx) dangerous to me." 




Senior Girls Dress as Rambettes 



Youth Educator 

iramMie//, ^/ a/rtcio 
Honor Roll. Pep Club, IWE Business, Library, Clothing, 

\'ice-principal 

iDancftimi/ui , J.un4>//f' 



\outh Educator, Volleyball Charter, Girls' Track, Honor Roll 



vAatiex, J_eeann C/txaAe/ih 

Pep Club, Plavmakers, Cross Country. Head Songleader, 

Varsity Track, J V Volleyball, Girls' Tennis, Choir Club. A 

Capella Choir, Spanish Club 

A Capella Choir, Choir Club, Spanish Club. Varsity 
Cheerleader, Volleyball 



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V<Uzi</:, .//ia//i» ./\e fined If 

Varsity Football, )V Football, Frosh Football, Varsity Baseball, 
Varsity Swimming, Block L, C:SF, Honor Roll, Life CSF, 
Homecoming King, Top Ten, CAP Committee, Student 
Council Representative 

(o/enwiu, ,Kif/e Jpam^e-l 
FFA, CSF, FFA Vice-president, PE Student of the Month 

^tutteyf, ^Keinn 

Varsity Track, Cross Country, Most Valuable Cross Country, 
Frosh-Soph Track, Boys' Tennis, Block L, CSF, Honor Roll, 
French Club, Varsity Basketball Manager 



Scholastic Top Ten, Honor Roll, CSF, CSF Vice-president 
and Treasurer, IWE Vice-principal's Office, Human Relations 
Day, Student Council Representative 

{oocni'an , ^.^i/f^ 

{voij^man, ^M^a^/m 

Girls' Varisty Basketball, JV Basketball, Ticket Sells, Program 
Sells 



Wo/ier/, [Jjianne 

Pep Club, Varsity Softball, Homecoming Committee, 
Wresding Charter 

Soccer, All-League Soccer, Soccer Captain 



'^U'lfninaJiam, ^a/m 

IWE PE Spanish 

Commissioner of Club and Activities, Homecoming 
Committee, Student Council, Youth Educator, Senior Service 
Society, Close-up, Homecoming Chairperson, JV Swimming, 
Ah Wilderness, Pep Club. 



zDene^n, _/'an»if 

JV Basketball, Frosh Basketball, Frosh Football, ROP 

Drafting 



CSF, Honor Roll, Academic Decathalon, Student 
Government, Student Council Representative, Club Council, 
Spelling Finals, AFS, AFS President, Foreign Exchange Club, 
Foreign Exchange (^lub Vice-president, Brown Bag Writer, 
Undercurrents, Human Relations Day Facilitator, IWE Science, 
Senior Service Society 



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^<««, S'//i<-4a i^ene^ 
A Capella Choir, Choir Club, IWE Attendance Office 

Azteca Club 

Girls' Track, Rally Squad, Head Songlcader, Songleader, 

Head J V Songleader, Student Council, Yearbook Society, 

Annual Staff, The Musk Man, Prom Princess, Rallv 

Committee, Powder Puff Football 



Varsity F(HHball, JV Football, Student Council, Pep Club, 
CSF, Honor Roll, Student Government, Commissioner of 

Publicity, IWE PK 

z/-'0'm4 naaex , Voi'i'i/ni 
French Club, FFA, FFA Secretary, FFA Treasurer, IWE Ag 



Majorette, Band III. Varsity Swimming, BUnk L, A Clapella 

Choir, (iirls' Varsity Basketball Manager, Annual Staff, 

Senior Section, Pep Club, PF. IWE, Stage Band, Usher Tom 

Jones 

wnM-n, ^famanlAa .Hae 
Varsity Track, Homecoming Committee. Girls' Varsity 

Basketball (Charter 



Varsity Swimming, Girls' Tennis. Drum Major. Studeiii 

Council, Block L, Band III, Stage Band, A Capella Choir. 

Girls' Ensemble, Choir Club. Pep Club. CSF. Honor Roll. 

Yearbook Society, Annual Staff, Homecoming Committee. 

Activities. Varsity Swimming Captain, Pop Chorus, Student 

Representative, Assistant Drum Major, AFS, Solo Ensemble 

Festival, Bandsman of the Month. Junior Class President. 

Chamber Singers. Youth Educator, Senior Service S(x:iety 



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Foreign Exchange Student, Varsity Basketball, Soccer 

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Seniors Are Wed in 'Mock' Marriage Ceremony 




I WE Homemaking, Counseling Office, Honor Roll 

Varsity Swimming, Most Valuable Swimming, JV Football, 
Frosh-Soph Track, Block I,, Student Oouncil, illommissioner 
of Curriculum, (;SF, Honor Roll, Band III, Stage Band, 
Homecoming Committee, Band (council. Band President, 
Percussion Representative, Freshman Representative, 
Academic Decathalon 



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Playniakers, I WE Drama, Inherit the Wtrui, Diary of Anne Frank, 
Tom Jones, Ah Wilderness, Rosencratz arid Guildenstern Are Dead, 
Tom Sawyer, One Acts, Brown Bag Theater, Honor Bar 
Thespian, Thespian 






Band HI, Stage Band, Band Council, Percussion 
Representative, Math Tutor, Honor Roll, IWE PE, Student 
Council, Student Leadership 



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Varsity Girls Basketball Manager, JV Basketball, Varsity 
Track, Girls' Tennis, Ticket Seller, Block L 




A WEDDINC;! "School is not what it used to be." "SENT) this boy lo camp! 
Bride and (jroom Oenise Mendoza and Jimior 
Garcia exchange vows in a "nioi k" wedding. 



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RENT A DA IE Siene. Michelc. 

Lisa, Bernie, and Heather; the girls 

look desperate. 



"Hev You, get your knee out ot 

mv back!" ' I have to go to the 

bathroom." 

"Mv Contact! I lost mv contact." 

"Oh, have you heard the joke 

about ..." 

"Hurry up before I fall!" 

"EWWW! It stinks!" 




Senior Girls Demonstrate Class Spirit 



Ticket Taker 
SADI), IWE Vice-principal 



I'tai'n.i, .Hene ^ llarif 
A Capella Choir, Girls" Ensemble, Choir Club, Foreign 

Exchange Club 

eTta/fi'iion , JiacH <r . 

Varsity Wrestling, IV Wrestling. J V Baseball, Varsitv 

Baseball, Frosh Football, Homecoming K.mg Top Ten, Blexk 







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Honor Roll, Azteca Club, I WE Espanol 

Varsity Swimming Manager, AFS Secretary, JV Swimming, 



Choir Club 



ROP Auto 

Varsity Swimming, Stage Band, Band III, Student Council, 
Honor Roll, Block L, Assistant Drum Major, Senior Service 
Society 



Soccer 

'la KM, J/ afi^n 

FFA, FFA Sentinel, FFA Vice-president, FFA President, 

Frosh Football, IWE Ag, Homecoming Committee 

Girls' Varsity Basketball, Girls' IV Basketball, Varsity 
Swimming, JV Swimming, Block L, Band III, Pep Club 



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Student Council, Scholastic Top Ten, Student of the Month, 
Student Government, Representative to the Board, 
Homecoming Committee, CSF, Honor Roll, Life CSF, French 
Club, AFS Treasurer, IWE Chemistry, Ticket Taker 

Varisty Basketball, Varsity Football, All-League Football, IV 
Baseball, Varsity Track, JV Basketball, Frosh Football, J V 
Football, Frosh Basketball, Most Valuable Player IV 
Basketball, Band III, Block L, CSF, Honor Roll, Student 
Government, Senior Service Society 



Varisty Track, Frosh-Soph Track, Cross Country, Boys' 
Tennis, French Club, Stage Band, Pep Band, Honor Roll 

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Pep Club, Playmakers 

French Club, Pep Club, Homecoming Committee 

Varsity Footbal, Varsity Track, Golf, Homecoming King Top 

Ten 



Band III. Stage Band, Band Council, Band 

Publicity/Historian, Pep Band, Pep Band Manager, Bandsman 

of the Month, (;irls' Ensemble, Chamber Singers, Choir Club, 

Annual Staff, Annual Staff Photographer, Photo F.ditor, 

Yearbook S(Kiety, Youth Educator, SADI), IWE Music, PE, 

Office, PE Student of the Month, Band Librarian, Freshman 

and Sophomore Float Committee, Soph Hop/Junior Prom 

Clommittec, Student Council Representative, One \cl\ 

CSF President, Pep Club President. Pep Club, Pep Club 

Treasurer, Student Clouncil, CSF, Honor Roll, Life CSF, 

Scholastic Top Ten, Student of the Month. Human Relations 

Participant, PE Student of the Month. IWE Math, Science 

Varsity Softball, JV Softball, Block L, Homecoming Queen 

Attendant, Sophomore, Hop Queen, .Senior Class Secretary, 

Student Council, Honor Roll, Human Relations Dav 

Facilitator, PE Student of the Month. IWE Homemaking, 

Senior .Service StKiety. Blood Drive Committee. CAP 

(Committee, Pop Chorus 

. l(arA<i<U' , , /u /// y/ienfft 

Rally Squad, Songleadcr, Frosh Cheerleader, Yell Leader. 

Homecoming Queen Second Five. Sophomore Hop Queen 

Runner-up, Pep CLub, Honor Roll, Student Government 



< llacAaao , U.iia ^fuMin 

Rally Squad, Varsity Cheerleader, JV Cheerleader, Head 

Cheerleader, Varisty Track, Block L, Youth Educator, CAP 

Committee, Senior Service Stxietv, Human Relations Dav 

Facilitator, Sophomore Hop Queen Runner-up, Homecoming 

Queen Attendant, Student Council, PE Student of the Month. 

Honor Roll, CSF, Student Government, Student Bods 

Secretary, Student Leadershi|) 

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Pep Club, Homecoming Committee, Foreign Exchange Club, 

Senior Ball Committee, Soph Hop/Junior Prom Committee 

^ IMf^fn, ^/o</(/ {rA }^.iffJtA,f y 

CSF, Honor Roll, Band Vice-president, Band III, Stage 

Band, Third Period Representative, French Club, Close-up, 

Madrigals, Choir Club, Varsity Swimming, J V Swimming, 

Homecoming Committee 




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Seniors Outyell Other Classes at Rally 




^ ^<-i^m</f, i/Wxuvi/i ^/t/e/un^ 

Girls' Track Team Captain, Girls' Track, Rally Squad, Mascot, 
C^ommissioncr of Programs and Assemblies, Homecoming 
Queen Attendant, SAAD Treasurer, Block L, Student 
Government, Youth Educator, l,ion Athlete of the Week, 
Captain Flag Squad, Human Relations Facilitator, Student 
Council 

Varsity Football, J V Football, Frosh Football, Honor Roll 



Soccer, Honor Roll, Block L, Homecoming Committee, 
Freshman, Sophomore, Senior Float Committee 

Soccer, Stage Band, IWE Art, Drafting 

Varsity Baseball, J V Baseball, Honor Roll 



^ ({■e.e/cA, c-c<w^ z/Jeiuie 

Student Council, Girls' Ensemble, Haymakers, Choir Club, A 
Capella Choir, Pep Club, Honor Roll, IWE PE, Counceling 
Office, Youth Educator, SADD, Student of the Month 



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Varsity Wrestling 




MKMBKRS OF THE SENIOR CLASS are SUZY, MONICA, and KIM sing some day my Prince will come (still waiting). 
uMijoved with enthusiasm showing their animal 
inviiiKts with raging roars, rah rah! 



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Seniors Show Diversity of Interests 



Band III, Stage Band, Pep Band, ROP Auto, Drafting, PE 

Student of the Month. 



CMEA All State Honor Choir, A Capella (^,hoir. Choir Club. 

Band III, Stage Band, Honor Roll, CAP Committee, 

Close-up, Third Period Representative, PE Student of the 

Month, Homecoming Committee 



Honor Roll, Choir Club, Club Publicity, IWE Art, Science, 

PE, Pop Chorus 

. tea/fY, ' litcnae/ ,'^■'1 
Band III, A Capella Choir, Frosh Football 

Pep Club, Yearbook Society, Annual Staff, Annual Staff 

Photographer, SADD, Senior Section, AFS, Human Relations 

Day Participant, Float Committee, Golf 



Sophomore Hop Queen Runner-up, Youth Educator, SADD. 
Varsity Wrestling Charter, Frosh Football Charter, Freshman 

Vice-president 






Soccer, Varsitv Football, All-league Soccer, Lion Athlete of 
the Week, ROP, Azteca Club 




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JEROD NUNN, hitman for hire, waits patiently for 
nis next contract or is it contact? 



"O.K. GUYS, when I get the ball, David I want you to go out for a pass, Phil, cover me, and Ryan, you kick it 
in for the home run. ' 




Life CSF, CSF, Honor Roll, Youth Educator 

A Capella Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Choir Club, Madrigals, Pep 
Club, CSF, Honor Roll, Choir Club President, By Bye Birdie, 
Solo Ensemble Festival, CMEA All-State Honor Choir, FIC 
Talent Show, Vocalist of the Month, Club Council 
Representative, Human Relations Day Facilitator, Senior 
Service Society 

Varsity Football 



z/ oitfyK, ^iacM ^na/yie 

Foreign Exchange Club President, AFS Vice-president, 
Foreign Exchanage Club Vice-president, AFS Secretary, 
Business Manager, Bandsman of the Month, AFS, Pep Club, 
Pep Club, Band HI, IWE Math, Undercurrents. PE Student of 
the Month, Ticket Sells, Close-up, Stage Band, Toga Dance 
Chairperson 

c/eu>^M>n, znuan 



Varsity Football, Varsity Swimming, JV Football, Frosh 
Football, Frosh Basketball, Boys' State Representative, 
Scholastic Top Ten, Life CSF, CSF, Honor Roll, Block L, 
Senior Society Service, Swimming Captain, CSF President, 
CSF Vice-president 



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FFA, FFA Sweetheart, FFA Secretary, Honor Roll, IWE 
Social Studies 

Life CSF, CSF, Honor Roll, Youth Educator, Elementary 
Tutor, Senior Service Society, SADD, IWE Science, Choir 
Club. 



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c/u^Mo, {co//een cf{f»ee 
Pep Club, JV Volleyball, Choir Club, Band 111 

Zfiacca, cfiovet^ 

z/iecK, t Yolen 



. /\fiMin(i , . iloiura . I'ai'te 

Pep Club, Annual Staff. Annual Staff Photoj^rapher. Senior 

Section, Homecoming Committee, SADD, Homecoming Float 

Committee, Golf 

Varsity Football, Varsity Swimming. JV Football. Frosh 

Football. Block I. 



Varsity Swimming, IWK .Xttendanti- Office, C^ounseling 
office. Homecoming (lommiilee. Wrestling Charter 

, 'auf <!</<' . . ilfij'ri'^ 
Soccer, Azteca Club. Honor Roll. ROP Drafting 



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.Senior Class President, junior Class Vice-president. 

Sophomore Class Vice-president. CSF. C.SF .Secretary. Life 

C:SF. Honor Roll, .Most Valuable Player IV Softball. |\' 

Softfjall. Varsity Sofilwll. Block L. French Club 

^ fanati/e , Jamei' 

A Capella Choir. Madrigals, Playmakers, Diary of Anne Frank, 

IWE Homemaking 



Varsity Basketball. Varsity Football. JV Football. Frosh 

Football. Frosh Basketball. All League Basketball. Clolf. .Soph 

Hop King Runner-up; Homecoming King Top Ten. 

Commissioner of Publicity. Bl<xk L. Student Leadership. IVV'E 

PE, Most Valuable Player Frosh Basketball, Student Council. 

Honor Roll. PE Student of the Month 

Varsity Baseball 

Rally Squad. ^ arsity Cheerleader. Head Cheerleader. JV 

Cheerleader, Studcn: Council, Commissioner of Rally Scuiad. 

Student Goyernmen!, C;SF. Honor Roll. Scholastic "fop Ten, 

Varsity and JV Wrestling Charter. Human Relations 

Facilitator, Youth Educator, Senior Seryice Society, 

Homecoming Committee, IWE PE, V^ice-principals Office, J V 

Softball Charter, Frosh Football Charter, Pep Club, Choir 

Club, Pop Chorus, AFS, Student Leadership, Perfect 

30 Attendance, CSF Vice-president, CSF Treasurer. Girls' 

Ensemble 




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Poster Displays Senior Sentiment 




A Capclla (;ii()ir. Stage Band, (Jills' Kiisemble, Ctioir (!lul) 
Playmakcrs, Band III, Choir C^lub Treasurer, Band 
Treasurer, Band Uniform Manger, {^hoir Club Secretary, 
IWK C;hoir, Art, Asylum, Tom Jones, Brown Bag Theater, 
Bandsman of the Month, Singer of the Month, Block I., 
Honor Roll 

FFA 

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l.ifc CSF, CSF, Honor Roll, Varsity Swimming, Ooss 
Country, |V Wrestling, Varsity Swimming, Block I, 



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Varsity Baseball, JV Baseball, J V Football, Block L, CSF, 
Honor Roll 



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Frosh-Soph Track 

Girls' Varsity Basketball, J V Basketball 



FFA Sweetheart Runner-up, FFA, CSF, Honor Roll, Life 
CSF, Scholastic Top Ten, Homecoming Committee, FFA 
Member of the Month, Parlimentary Procedure Team, FFA 
Rodeo Queen 

Rally Squad, Varsitv Cheerleader, Frosh Cheerleader, FIC 
Exchange, Pep CIud, Pep Club Secretary, Wrestling Charter, 
SIP Vice-chairperson, SIP Student Representative, SIP Site 
Council, Youth Educator 

^ffoc/cAm , zJJeliwe 
Pep Club, IWE Special Ed, FFA 




PROUDLY DISPLAYING their Homecoming, half-time poster, Markell Starr single hand- IT'S NA TALIE, JASON AND DANIELLE! "Peace, Love and 
edly holds up crash poster. Granola" 



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SENIOR CLASS 0FF1C;ERS: 

Heather Roemer. treasurer Bernie 

Sanabria, president; Fred Krev, 

vice-president: and Wendv 

Lunsford. secretary; pose with one 

of their advisors. Mr. Vic 

Thornhill. Mrs. Norma Eciuonia 

was the other advisor. 



KICKINC; B.ACK. Sannio 
Panopio, Rav Egashira, and Scott 
Arbogast share a chair in the 
Career Center before the counse- 
lors moved in after a disastrous 
fire. 




Sanabria Guides Seniors in Final Yearl 



Chamber Singers, Girls Ensemble, A Capella Choir, Pop 

Chorus, Choir (Tub, Choir Club Vice-president, Choir CIud 

Assistant Librarian, Thespian, Playmakers, One Acts, IWE 

English, Honor Roll 

Most Valuable Player Frosh Basketball, J \' Baseball, Frosh 
Basketball, Frosh FcKjiball 

x/wean^, zn.icAar<:/ 

Student Government, Student (Council, Student Body 

President, Freshman President, Sophomore President, Honor 

Roll, CSF, Life CSF, Scholastic Top Ten, Academic 

Decathlon, Senior Service Society, Student of the Month, 

French Club, J V Volleyball, Varsity Volleyball, Most Valuable 

Player JW Volleyball, J V Softball, J V Swimming, Varsity 

Swimming 

Homecoming Queen second five. Soph Hop Queen 

Runner-up, Charter; J V Football, Varsity Football, Varsity 

Wresding, IWE Mrs. Quesada, Pep Club, Homecoming 

Committee 

Student Body Vice-president, junior Secretary , Sophomore 

Secretary, Student Government, Homecoming Queen, Varsity 

Swimming Block L. Rally Squad, Head JV Cheerleader, 

Varsity Cheerleader, Mascot, CSF, CSF Secretary, Honor 

Roll, Scholastic Top Ten, Rotary Club Student of the Month, 

Senior Service Sccietv, Band III, Student Council, Human 

Relations Facilitator, Wrestling Charter, AFS 



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Varistv Basketball, Varsity Track, JV Basketball, Most 

Valuable Player J V Basketball, Girls' Tennis, Block L. Honor 

Roll, CSF, Life CSF, Playmakers, One Acts, Lefgook. Human 

Relations Facihtator, IWE Career Center 

IWE Office 



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Boys' Tennis, Cb' Life CSF, Scholastic Top Ten, Honor 

Roll, Banc! Ill, French Club, Soccer, Commissioner of 

Curriculum, Student Go\ ernment. Curriculum Committee, 

Student Council, Stage Band. Block L, IWE Chemistry, Pep 

Band, Academic Decathalon, PRIDE Chairman, Senior 

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Varsity Softball, J V Softball, Rally Squad, Songleader, Varsity 
Cheerleader, J V Cheerleader, Homecoming Q"^*^" Second 
Five, Sophomore Hop Queen Runner-up, Student 
Government, Student Council, Pep Club, Homecoming 
Committee, Choir Club, Wresding Charter, IWE 
Vice-principal and Principal's office, Human Relations 
P'acilitator 



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Choir, Pop Chorus, IWE Art, User, Tom Jones Solo Ensemble 

Soccer Charter 



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Telex, S^nila 

Honor Roll, ROP Auto 



Wnt/eiel, iDua/ne 

Whitedei, ^Jioinaie 

JViuio'nii, zDa/ii^^n 

Varsity Football, Varsity Wresding, Varisity Baseball, JV 

Football, JV Baseball, Frosh Football, Block L 



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Cross Country, Varsity Basketball, JV Basketball, Frosh 
Basketball, Varsity Track, Frosh-Soph Track, Most Valuable 
Player Frosh-Soph Track, Student Council, Block L 

Varsity Football, IV Football, Frosh Football, Varsity Track, 
Frosh-Soph Track, Block L 



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Senior Service Society, Honor Roll, IWE Science, Math, 
Attendance Office, Frosh Football, Boys' Tennis, Varsity 
Basketball Announcer 



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FADS AND FASHIONS 

It's a 
senior year fhe/ll 
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OF 1985-86 



Nightmare 
On Elm Street 






FAMILY 




Seniors Not Pictured 



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Michele CJuida 


Carole Ma^ciua Anderson 






Sandra (Juilron 


Tracy Andrade 






Wcndv Haas 


Scoll Arbogasi 






)errv Hackell 


Jeffery Augusi 






Mike Hammond 


Gonzalo Aunemcchca 






Darvl Harris 


|eff B«lc 






Anthony Heinande 


Andrea Blaii 






Daniel Hernaiide/ 


KimlxrK B.men 






Mark Hernande/ 


Kiihatd Bra<lle> 






M<mi<a Hernande/ 


Mi,n Hradlev 






Joanii Holland 


(.ir^.TN BrciKi. 






{ennifer Hyland 


\llre(l,.ljl)ada 






Alan Jensen 


Ben|amin Caballero 






Suzanne Jcpsen 


Paul (,irlin 






Jeff Jones 


Dennis Caner 






Lisa Uvi 


\fi. iKK-IColburn 






Terry Lewis 


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Darrell I.utovsky 


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Rolx-rt Lynn 


( hiiMina Daniellv 






Luis Magana 


l-."uiue Daniels 






Al Marini 


l.nv Darone 






F^^irl Marshall 


l.dia Davis 






Elena Mauriscio 


I'm,, DeLong 






Kim Mauriscio 


Miiiu Dollosso 






Kevin Mcl^inorc 


Iriii.iiido Duarle 






Cheri McMurirey 


K,A K^ashira 






Uirrv Meiuloza 


I.Hi.i KIdel 






WM. Randy Mever 


Barbara Fee 






David L. Morgan 


Mim, Fejrs 






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Berenise Fernandez 






Henrv()ro/((> 


Tiniolhv Frvxell 






Rachel S Ortiz 


PalrKt Furli>n« 






Tanya Oswald 


Alan Fiirphv 






Christina I'alacio 


Elisa (;arcia 






Patricia A. Parker 


Flisandro (iarcia 






Wendy Pea 


Viri^nia (;arria 






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Jamie S. San 
Albcrio Sepulveda 
Jamie Serrano 
Ken Siedeniopi 
(icneva Skelton 
Kyle Smith 
Natalie Sousa 
Dorcne S. Thomas 
James Thompson 
AllxTto Valdivia 
Michael Vancamp 
Michael Van Vliet 
RolxTi Vargas 
David Wesibr(H)k 
Brian W. Wilson 
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Lisa Woollev 




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Seniors Hold Ball at Claremont 




NATALIE SOUSA and her dale pose tor a EN ItRINCi ihe Claremont Hotel are Darrell WAI.KINd in Iroin the parking lot are Daniel 
picture before entering the dining looni at the Lutovskv. senior, and his date C'.alieiia C.ullv. Batista, Sanni I'aiiapio, and Eric Ovci holter at tin 
"loleTi ■• ■ • 



C:lareinoiil Hole! in Bcrkciex. 



Senior Ball in M.t\ . 




TODD BOOSTER fixes his tie around his dates 
neck inside the lobby of the Claremont Hotel. 



WEARING her dates coat, Wendy 
Lundsford relaxes as the hotel crew clears 
the tables before the start of the dancing 
portion of the Senior Ball. 



BRANDY BATZE and Harvey Sandate check their 
hair and clothes after alighting from the stretch limo 
that brought them from Oakley. 



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SABRINA NtA'lS. jack Harrison, 
Kim Mithaud, and Tony Darone 
show oft their finery before the start 
of the Senior Ball. 



SENIORS and their dates rot k 
out to the music of a DJ after 
the dinner portion of the 
Senior Ball. 



POSINC; with Principal Jack 
P'errill are Mimi Fcies and Jeff 
Scott. Because the Senior Class 
scored well on the CAP Test, 
their dinner was provided by 



funds from the scriool 



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ALICE HERRICR and \ ERONICA 
Ron Peralta stop for a mo- BALDWIN and 
ment to have their picture LeeAnn Chavez 
taken. share a laugh 

together at the 
Senior Ball. 



W.MriNC. lor her date to exit the limo. I ainmv 1 cxeira, student bodv president, relaxes in luxurv. 




CLASSES 



Looking back on the Class of 1986 we find them led by Tamara Texeira, president; Sabrina Nevis, vice-president; Denise 
Mendoza, secretary; and Lynette Cancilmilla, treasurer; in their initial year at Liberty in 1982. They were advised by Mr. Patrick 
Foley and Mr. Vic Thornhill. The freshmen helped raise money by selling both candy and baseball hats. During Homecoming, 
the class proved that they would survive by placing third in the float competition. 

The Class of '86 matched their third place finish in float competition the next year as sophomores. Tamara was again the class 
president and was assisted by Bernie Sanabria. vice-president; Michele Trebino, secretary; and Heather Roemer, treasurer. Mrs. 
Norma Equinoa became the new advisor to assist Mr. Thornhill. The sophomores hosted a Valentine Dance and co-hosted the 
Sophomore Hop/Junior Prom. They continued to raise money with candy sales and had a Haunted House for Halloween in 
Discovery Bay. 

Margaret Freeman became president as the Class of '86 reached junior status. She was ably helped by Bernie, vice-president; 
Michele, secretary; and Heather, treasurer; with ample advice from Mr. Thornhill and Mrs. Equinoa. To add to their growing 
treasury, the juniors sold hot chocolate and co-hosted the Sophomore Hop/junior Prom. Ihey had not one but two candy sales 
during the year. Moving up a notch in float competition, the C^lass of '86 placed second. 

Entering their final year at LUHS. the now seniors were led by Bernie, president; Fred Krey, vice-president; Wendy Lunsford, 
secretary; and Heather, treasurer. Mr. Thornhill and Mrs. Equinoa served as advisors. Their candy sales, candy grams and 
flower grams along with the Turnabout and Homecoming Dances helped raise monev for their Senior Ball. 

During Homecoming, the seniors placed second in the float competition and watched the crowning of Michele Trebino and 
Tony Darone as King and Queen. The remainder of the Homecoming Court were Bernie Sanabria, Wendv Lunsford, Tamara 
Texeira, Debi McBride, Lisa Machado, Kim Machado, Jodie Thorpe, Jamie Troike, Mimi Fejes, Shawn Clark, Fred Krey, Mike 
Colburn, Fausto Velasco,Jack Harrison, Jerry Hackett,Jeff Scott, Jeff Bettencourt and David Berghult. In May (31), the seniors 
and their dates traveled to the Claremont Hotel for the annual Senior Ball. This year, the dinner and room portion of the Senior 
Ball were paid for out of funds that the seniors earned bv doing so well on the CAP Test. Because the seniors scored so well, they 
were able to bring in $72,000 into the school. 

The Class of 1987 earned a first place in the float competition (second year in a row) and captured the Spirit Trophv for 
earning the most points during Homecoming Week. The juniors also out-yelled all of the other classes at the Homecoming Rallv 
and took first. They were led by Korrin Chiselli, president; Robin Galey, vice-president; Abbe Gregory, secretary; and Michel 
Mercado, treasurer. Advisors continued to be Mrs. Jeanne Partridge and Mr. Rod Beaver. The Class of '87 sponsored a Top 10 
Dance, a Spring Dance and the newlv-named Sophomore-Junior Prom. To build money for their senior vear. the juniors had 
four candv sales. 

Raising money bv selling M&M's and Snickers, the Class of 1988 were led by Lisa Tvsinger. president; Jamie Franks, vice- 
president; Lisa Jungers. secretary; Christine Addington, treasurer; and advisors, Mr. Tim McHugh and Mrs. Joanne Nash. The 
sophomores sponsored a Quake Dance and co-hosted with the juniors the Sophomore-Junior Prom. 

Building a float entitled "Hail Liberty." brought the newest class at LUHS together, the Class of 1989, the freshmen. They 
were led by first year officers Kim Trebino. president and vice-president; Ellen Ortez, secretary; and Tara Clark, treasurer. 
Assisting the freshmen to get off to the right start were advisors. Ms. Jan McAlister and Mr. Dennis Henderson. To help raise 
money for their senior year, the freshmen sold raffle tickets and hosted a car wash. 

All of the classes at Liberty enjoyed the competition during Homecoming and throughout the rest of the school vear. 



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Juniors Participate in Homecoming 



GABE KOVALICK grimaces after 

winning the pie-eating contest for the 

Junior Class. It looks as if Gabe had to 

eat a butterscotch-cream pie. 



Ackerman, Dayna 

Ackerman, Leanne 

Anderson, Steve 

Anderson, VVendi 

Ansick, Denise 

Aquila, Frank 

Arevalo, David 



Arguela, Olimpia 
Arroyo, Tina 
Arteaga, Dafne 
Bailey, Danielle 
Beasley, Teresa 
Becerra, Tricia 
Betz, Charlie 



Biglow, Heather 

Biles, Jenny 

Bomben, Blake 

I^osch, David 

i';: jrken, Tim 

Bransor, DeLora 

Brooks, Gordon 



FINISHING the fourth laver are 
Abbe Gregory and DeLora Branson 
as the first three lavers of juniors trv 
to keep their pvramid from falling 
down. 





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Bustos, Eric 
C'.abral, Raynioiui 
C^alahong, Su/aiinc 
Carpenter, Shelly 
Carreoii, Maragarita 
Castandea, Angelica 
Castro, Adam 



Castro, Jim 
Ceja, Francisco 
Ceja, Harvey 
Chavez, Branch 
Chavez, Lori 
Child, Ana 
Chrislock, James 



Christensen, Dawn 
Clark, Ron 
Coleman, Gina 
Comer, Richard 
Coon, Gina 
Cordua, Kevin 
Court, Kim 



Cruse, Shelly 
Cursi, Kyle 
Dale, Jeanne 
Darone, Michelle 
Daterra, Regina 
Davis, Tina 
DeSilva, Brain 



Dominguez, Manuel 
Drake, Brett 
Duarte, Daniel 
Duncan, Kim 
Duncan, Lisa 
Duquette, Cindy 
Ericson, Jan 



Erskine, Sherry 
Floyd, Joseph 
Forbes, Amy 
Ford, Matt ' 
Foreman, Lance 
Foster, Rene 
Frizzell, Randy 



Fuhrer, Fran 
Galey, Robin 
Gallegos, Rvan 
(iamino, Mike 
Garcia, Jacinto 
(iarcia, Oralia 
Gatewood, Chris 



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Gatlin, Derek 
Gensler, Raquel 
Ghiselli, Korrin 

Gibson, Nicole 
Gonzalez, Janet 
Gosch, Michael 

Gott, Timothy 



Granado, John 

Gregory, Abbe 

Grijalva, Chris 

Groves, Tim 

Guerrero, Rosie 

Guinn, Ronald 

Habig, Julie 



Hale, Paula 

Hall, Jerri 

Hall, Tammy 

Hanni, Tim 

Hansen. Scott 

Hartv, Aaron 

Heitmeyer, Kurt 



Henriquez, Lorena 

Herrick, Alice 

Herring, Julie 

Hilbuin, ("ind\ 

Hilburn. Kalhv 

Hofi, Heath 

Hoos, Lannette 



Hreha, Sean 

Hughes, Jason 

Hurd.Jeff 

Jackson, Todd 

Jamie, Mark 

Jensen. Amy 

Johnson, Tiffany 



Jones. Sheila 

Kelsev, Lon 

King. Kevin 

King, Toni 

Klaes, Siaci 

Knoblauch, Stacev 

Kouhcstani, Mike 



Kovalick, Gabe 

Kriens, Jeff 

Krogh, Krista 

Kvrros, Cassandra 

Lafarga, (Jlaudia 

Lamendola, Mike 

I amport, Alecia 





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Ghiselli Leads Juniors as President 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND 
"ADVISORS: Korriii (ihisciii, 
prc'sidciil ; Robin (Jaley, vicc- 

^)^csi(icnl; Al)l)c (Jrcgory, secretary; 
►liclu-lf Mertado, treasurer; Mr. 
Rod Beaver and Mrs. Jeanne 
Partridge, advi.sors. 



Lanoy, Liz 
Lanoy, Stacy 
Leake, Theresa 
Lepc, C^armen 
Lewis, rhomas 
Ligon, David 
Lim, Ciiiger 



Lobo, Rick 
Locataelli, Paul 
Long, Michelle 
Loredo, Maria 
Luckett, Aaron 
Lusareta, Carol 
Madrid, Memo 



Malik, Hoilv 
Mann, (Catherine 
Manning, Mike 
Manning, Michelle 
Marchio, Raymond 
Martin, Stephen 
Martin, Tessa 



Martinez, David 
Martinez, V'vonne 
Mass, Tony 
Matlock, ()na 
May. lom 

McC^ausland, (^hrissy 
McClelland, Mike 



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Junior 'Face' Seniors at Homecoming Rally 



Meckes, Sherri 

Mederos, Marney 

Mercado, Michele 

Meyer, Lisa 

Milani, Mike 

Minick, Sam 

Minor, Doug 



Montanez, Mimi 
Moran, Ken 
Morse, Kim 
Mount, Julie 
Murphy, Larry 
Narzisi, Frances 
Neely, Jared 



Nelson, Dale 

Norris, Bobby 

Nunn, [ason 

Odeil. C:iayton 

Olague, Marv Lou 

Olan, \faritsa 

Orozco, Adrian 



Orozco, Iveth 

Orozco, Minnie 

Orozco, Paula 

Ortega, Octavio 

Ortega, Veronica 

Oseguera, Lorena 

Overholzer, Eric 



MEMBERS of the Junior Class use 
newspapers to read while the Seniors 
try toout-vell them at the Homecom- 
ing Rally. All vcar, the juniors and 
seniors had a friendly rnalry going 
when either class participated in the 
competition veils. The Juniors 
generally bested the Senior Class and 
won the F^omecoming Rally competi- 
tion veil. 





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Ovcihol/cr, Michclc 
Ovcrzct, (Ihris 
Oxlcy, Alan 
Oyler, Patricia 
I'ace, Jusiiii 
I'agc, RolxTt 
Pastor, Stoit 



Pato, Wendy 
Patterson, (yheryl 
Paul, Lisa 
Payne, Tarnmy 
Pearson, Dave 
Pelletier, Sean 
Perez, Jess 



Perryman, Tiffany 
Peters, Juli 
Peters, Vanessa 
Pickron, George 
Pike, Scott 
Pilat, Helena 
Plaster, Michelle 



Platis, Gus 
Podwys, Kim 
Polly, Patricia 
Prenk, Nick 
Purcell, Shelly 
Quintanilla, Hector 
Ramirez, Ryder 



Read,Kiersten 
Read, Kim 
Reed, (Christine 
Regalado, Jesse 
Reil, David 
Reynoso, Marta 
Rhodes, Arwen 



Rice, Nancy 
Richardson, Dirk 
Richardson, Valarie 
Riley, Kim 
Rivera, Taminy 
Robinson, Molly 
Robinson, Sheila 



Rodriguez, Angela 
Rodriguez, (^arna 
Rodriguez, Frank 
Rodriguez, Rev 
Rodriguez, \'olanda 
Rogers, Jimmy 
Romano, C^athy 



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Juniors 'Stretch' It Out in Tug-of-War 




CINDY HILBIRN and Kim 

Williams show off in (lont of the 

half-time poster. These junior girls 

were part of the 'S'l-'SG Rallv 

Squad. 



Ruddick, Samantha 

Ruiz, luanita 

Sadler. Jay 

Sancen. Armida 

Sandate. Silvia 

Saxon. Kim 

Schendel, Franz 



Scherzer, Jeanene 

Schwitters. Shawn 

Seelev. Shane 

Serrano. Jr 

Shackleford, Shelli 

Shuck, Angela 

Shults, Scott 



Slino. Joe 

Simanek. Elizabeth 

Simoni, Nicole 

Sims, Jamie 

Smith, Donna 

Smith, Mark 

■'iei;burg, Lisa 



SH.\RINC". a laugh before ihev start 
lo tug against the Senior Class are 
Rick Lolx) and James Pitt. However, 
the seniors were able to out-pull the 
Junior Class members in this event. 





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Souza, Michelle 
Stack, Kdward 
Stanton, Marty 
Stinnclte, ('.had 
Stocfflcr, Leshe 
Strickland, Darscy 
Stromberg, Jennifer 



Sutter, Russell 
Swisher, Brett 
Taylor, Jill 
Taylor, Robert 
Teeter, Shawn 
Thomas, Kathleen 
Thompson, Lisa 



Tobar, Anthony 
Tom, Manley 
Trice, Chere 
Trimble, Kristine 
Turcotte, David 
Turrietta, Ray 
Tyler, Tim 



Ulrich, John 
Valencia, Lucinda 
Valle, Sonia 
Valverde, Jeanette 
VanBrunt, Brian 
Vandiver, David 
Vasquez, Ted 



Velez, Cita 
Vestal, Marc 
Vincent, Heidi 
Viveros, Rosie 
Waller, Miaja 
Waniback, Karen 
Ward, Jim 



Warner, Darrell 
Wendland, Mandy 
Wetzel, Jennifer 
White, Robert 
Whittern, Robert 
Williams, Kimberly 
Zesati, Salvador 



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Abdelwour, Richard 

Abono, David 

Ackerman, Anthony 

Ackerman, Lisa 

Acklev, James 

Addington. Christine 

Alcazar, Maria 



Amador, Denise 

Anderson, Kristen 

Armistead, Bill 

Arnold, Justin 

Ausk, Doris 

Bailev, Carolynn 

6aio, Daniel 



Baldwin, Melody 

Barajas, Mike 

Barco, Jorgi' 

Baremore, Sher\l 

Barros, Brenda 

Bell, Gerald 

Bent, Adam 



Bevill. [essica 

Birgc, Da\id 

Bloodworth, Mitdi 

Blot/, Gerald 

Borge, Steve 

Bottoms, Melanie 

Boudreau. David 



TAWNY WHITENER and Patti 
Henry show their class spirit by dress- 
ing up on "Beach Bum " Day during 
Homecoming Week activities. 



Sophomore Girls Dress as 'Beach Bums' 








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Bowi'ii, Troy 
Howi-is, Hillv 
liovd, I .iniiis 
Uradsliaw, Robeil 
BiaiisoM. Raymond 
Bridge, la( kie 
Bridge, jenny 



Brown, Jason 
Brown, Lisa 
Byer, Tia Maria 
Canciamilla, Joey 
Carter, Traci 
Cervantes, Christian 
Coelho, Christine 



Conipili, Joseph 
Cosby, (Christopher 
Crenieans, Kim 
Crystal, Ryan 
Cunningham, Joseph 
Curtis, Matt 
Cutino, Mark 



Dalhiian, Leslie 
Defrates, Dennis 
Delgado, Manuel 
Deneen, Laura 
Derrick, Ricky 
Dewitt, Bryan 
Dewolf, Scott 



Dias, Rachelle 
Diaz, Leticia 
Dominguez, Anna 
Duarte, Catalina 
Duarte, Michella 
Duarte, Tina 
Duby, Joseph 



Dutra, Matthew 
Ellis, John 

Emerson, Christopher 
Enochs, Christopher 
Enochs, Matt 
Evans, (iayle 
Evans, Tara 
Eejes, Paul 



Eernandez, Lisa 
Fleclising, Audra 
Foreman. |elf 
Former. |eH 
Foster, Kurt 
France, Jason 
Francis, James 



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Franks, Jamie 

Frasier, Jennifer 

Frigard, Jeff 

Fryxell, Sean 

Galey, Debbie 

Galvan, Emilia 

Gantt, Wavne 



Garcia, Alma 

Garcia, Christine 

Gaston, Mark 

Gatlin, Alex 

Gaudette, Nadine 

Geddcs, Roy 

Gehring, Troy 



Gepilano, Sonny 

Gerry, Anne 

Giesinger, Chad 

Gomes, Maria 

Gomes, Dorothy 

Gonsales, Ronda 

Gonzalez, Ann 



Gonzalez, Jake 

Gonzalez, Jesse 

Goodman, Suzanne 

Goostrec, Daemon 

Gordon. Betkv 

(irabner, Duane 

Graham, Gai\ 



Granado, Laurie 

Green, Michelle 

Griego, Desiree 

Grijalva, Michelle 

Gursky, Jason 

Gutierrez, Steve 

Gutierrez, Theresa 



Hall, Dean 

Hampton, Jill 

Hancock, Ray 

Henrv, Jodv 

Henry, Patty 

Hensel, Jason 

Hernandez, Albert 



Hernandez, Angela 

Herrera, Lacrechia 

HiHmcI, Kelly 

Hobbs, '•! hael 

HochderfU let! 

Holguin, la 

Holloway, S) i;i 




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Tysinger Leads Sophomore Class 
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 
and Advisors: Lisa Jungers, 
secretary; Jamie Franks; vice- 
president; Lisa Tysinger, president; 
Mr. Tim McHugh, advisor; and Mrs. 
)oanne Nash, advisor, (not pictured: 
Christine Addington, treasurer.) 



Hopkins, Heather 
Hustedt, Brandon 
Hustedt, Tim 
Joaquin, Amy 
Jones, Pauiette 
lungers, Lisa 
Karbowski, Brent 



Karbowski, Todd 
Keene, Mike 
Reeney, Angela 
Kinman, Tina 
Knopf, Mike 
Kontogianis, Maryann 
Krey, Aaron 



Kuhr, Stacey 
Ladd, Katy 
LeLanne, Gerry 
Largent, John 
Lennol, David 
Leonis, Stacy 
Lewis, Dennis 



Lewis, Steven 
Linch, Curtis 
Linscheid, Randy 
Lipsky, Peggy 
Lister, Karen 
Lopez, Sonia 



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Loredo, Dora 

Lorona, Mary 

Lucido, Tobbie 

Ludlow, Javme 

Luna, Joey 

Lunsford, Brooke 

Lusareta, (^hristv 



Macbeth, Debbie 

Mallory, Nicole 

Malone, Lance 

Markus, Tabitha 

Markwith, Randv 

Martin, David 

Martin, Elizabeth 



Martin, Heather 

Martinez, Carmen 

Martinez, Naomi 

Martinez, Roberta 

Matekcl, C-raig 

Matsutani, Michelle 

Maybee, John 



Mayo, Beih 

McCaulcv, Scan 

McDaniel Mike 

Mcdonald, Chase 

Mcgovern, Jason 

McNeal, Katln 

Meadows, Aaron 



Meadows, Michelle 

Melena, Roberto 

Mclgoza, Rose 

Mendes, Sh.tinion 

Mendo/.i. Didi 

Middlelon, Rochele 

Miller, Erica 



Miller, Josann 

Misquez, Nlanuei 

Mitchell, Sam 

Montgomery, ritlanv 

Moon, (^lark 

Moroschok, April 

Moss, Lisa 



Mutschler, Tiffany 

Nagel, William 

Nelson. Connie 

Nevarez, Trisha 

Newton, Jennifer 

Nogueda, I'ina 

Norato, Armando 





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Sophomore Girls Enjoy World History 



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Niimi, I'.iic 
Numi, |aiu'll 
O'Fairc'll, Scan 
Onega, Cailos 
OsfgiK'i la, ('.aii( 
Oslin, Radullc- 
Owen, Dciiisf 



Padama, Amelia 
Padilla, Jesus 
Partridge, Wallace 
Passey, Suzanne 
Pastor, Frank 
Patterson, (ircg 
Paulson, Robert 



Pedersen, Marilyn 
IVreira, Stanley 
IVrez, Diane 
IVrez, Ferinin 
IVrez, Todd 
Peters, William 
Pierce, Tobie 



Pinney, Nichole 
Plitt, Janet 
Poertner, Heather 
Prenk, Debbyann 
Price, Billy 
Price, Christina 
Priddy, Cathy 



MICHELLE TAMAYO cracks up 
during World History from Miss 
Mariann Canepa. 



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Priddy, John 

Quintero, David 

Ramirez, Paul 

Reclus, Roger 

Reed, Shawe 

Reetz, Jo Ann 

Reynoso, Donaciano 



Rios, Jess 

Rivera, Tammy 

Robertson, Dennis 

.Roderick, Douglas 

Rodriquez, Sandy 

Rognlien, Guy 

Rosas, Danny 



Rowland, Shannon 

Russo, Kathv 

Salyers, Jerome 

Sanchez, Anjanette 

Sanchez, James 

Sarmento. Antonio 

Seaver. C^hristine 



Serpa, Christine 
Serrano, Rosa 
Shehab. Jason 

Sherman. Brvan 

Short, Robert 

Sigman, John 

Silva, .Allan 







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Stanton, Cnad 



Starbuck, Ru k 

Stenhousc, Cirev 

Stewart, Heidi 

Stewart, Hilda 

Stockton, Liz 

Stoner, Sherry 

Storv, Hollv 



Stranahan, Michelle 
Stroer, Fred 
Sutton, Tim 
Taber, Jody 
Tamavo, Micnelle 
Tellez, Jackie 
Tellez, Joey 




Silva, Richard ^w- m i^l^ mm • ^^m- «■ im- jt 

Smith Darren f- -1 (f^-^ * V ^ ^ V ? 

Smiili, DaMcl 

Smith. Kellv 

Smith, Kris 

Speer, Georgina 



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Thomas, Nicholc 
liptoii, t^airic 
lOmpkins, Jamie Dee 
I'ovar, Stcpnaiiic 
Ileal, Joe 
I'rice, Shawn 
lyler, jell 



Tysinger, Lisa 
L'ptoii, John 
L'sht'i, Katie 
Valle, Kddie 
Van Camp, I.ora 
Viera, Kirk 
Vierra, Shaw 



Wadnizak, Mark 
Washburn, Jason 
Washington, William 
Wasso, Julie 
Weatherby, Merri 
Weaver, Wayne 
Webster, Reoekah 



Wetzel, Arland 
Wheeler, Jason 
White, David 
White, Rachel 
Whitener, Tawny 
Williams, Kevin 
Williams, Sean 



Williams, Steve 
Wilson, James 
Wilson, Kevin 
Wilson, Laura 
Wilson, biacey 
Winter, April 
Wirth, Vernon 



Wisner, Laura 
Witt. Angela 
Wooten, Billy 
\'oda, Richard 
Young, Sean 
Zachary, Lori 
Zimmerman, Deborah 



Zuniga, Enrique 



Sophomores Place in Float Competition 



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Sophs, Juniors Change Dance Title to 'Prom' 




THESE TWO COUPLES 

enjoy their punch and 

conservation between dances 

al the Sophoinorc-lunioi 

Piom 



DEEDEE MCCAUSLAND 
and Eric Overholtzer talk with 
Margaret Freeman and Dave 
Pearson at the Prom. 




NEWLY C:R0WNED KING. 

Carlos Ortega, smiles after 

Dafne Arteaga places the crown 

on his head. 



LERRI BOSTARD arrives 
in stvie in front of the 
Activity Center for the 
Sophomore-Junior Prom. 




IN LtN LLY watching the action, this group 
of students peer at others at the Prom. 



SOPHOMORES, Juniors, and their dates 
enjoy the dancing the quad area of the 
Activity Center. The word "Hop" was 
dropf)ed from this traditional dance. 





CMARLENE SOUSA c hoc ks 
Mike (>a[niii() and Robin (lalcy 
into ihe Sojjlionioi e- 1 iinior 
Prom. 



MAK lY S lANTON and 
l.oii l.insthcid enjov one of 
the slow daiKcs al (lie I'rom. 




WALKINCi through the arch at the 
entrance to the Prom are John Ellis 
and Kristina Trimble. 



ROSE MELGOZA accepts her crown ALIGHUNC; Irom her "carriage at ENjOVINC; some fast tunes at the 
he Sophomore Queen at the the Prom, this young lady is careful to Prom are Lance Malone and Jenny 



as t 
Prom 



keep her dress f roin dragging on the Bridge, 
pavement. 




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Abevta. Sandv 

Abiilog. Patricia 

Ackerman. Lora 

Adams, Donna 

Adams. I'heresa 

Adkins, Shari 

Agraz, Rocio 



Anderson. Michelle 

.•\nderson. Mike 

.•\rguetia. Gilbert 

Armstrong. Tami 

.Arrovo. Ann 

Atkins, Nancv 

Baer. Marci 



Bagnaschi, Julie 

Baker. Stacv 

Ballesteros. Phillip 

Barbadillo. Peie 

Bell. Matthew 

Belscher. Nathan 

Bennett, Tracv 



Berrv, Lisa 

Berimien, .\nielia 

Bethea, Marcus 

Biles, Jimmv 

Black. Tommy 

Blair, Kendra 

Blake, Gregory 



Bloodworth, Lisa 

Bluebaugh. Keyin 

Borchen, Denise 

Boston. Rolx'rt 

Bra/il. .\nhur 

Brazil. Sherrdie 

Brown, l.ynette 



Browne, Jeff 

Burke. .Aaron 

Calabrese. Chris 

Camilli. Judi 

Camp. .Andv 
Carswell. Lisa 

Ceja, Esther 



Cambliss. Kelly 

Chayez. Gustayo 

Chayez. Leopoldo 

Chilcutt. Jason 

Clark. Tara 

Clegg. Samuel 

demons, Dana 




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Frosh Guided by All Girls Officers 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 
AND ADVISORS: Tara Clark, Ellen 
Ortiz, Kim Trebino, Mr. Dennis 
Henderson, Miss Jan McAlister. 




Clogston, Jeremy 
Coker, Charleen 
Combis, Danielle 
Contreras, Teresa 
Cornelius. Armando 
Coster, Ricky 
Cozby, Roland 



Craffey, Michael 
Crow, Gwendolyn 
Crow, Jennie 
Cuaresma, Daniel 
Cudney, Cari 
Current, Melissa 
Darone, Deb)orah 



Daterra, Maria 
Davis, Christopher 
De La Pena, Renee 
De Leon, Hilda 
De Leon, Rosa 
Del Chiaro, Anthony 
Detrick, Jason 



Dewey, Kristie 
DeWolf. Melissa 
Dezell, Mike 
Diaz, Arturo 
Diaz, Lilia 
Ditmars, Spencer 
Drummond, Justin 



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Freshmen Participate in Homecoming Events 




I.ORI MOSS L'cis hci sowing 
materials ready in Mrs. Kruniland's 



class which was located in 



'Portable 
City." 



THIS Ireshnian hoy has almost as 
much pic on his lace as he ate durin 
the pie-eating contest as part o 
Homecoming iField Activities. 



Duncan, Lucy 

Duryea, Tammv 

Eglinsdoerfer, Henry 

Elkins, Tricia 

Elliott, Burley 

Engle, Jon 

Espindola, Lupe 



Eyans, Ja.son 

Evans, Mitch 

Evans, Renee 

Fajardo, Jose 

Faletti, Naoma 

Ferogiaro, Laura 

Flatt, Thom 



Floyd, Geanette 


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Fraasch, Steven 


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Freeiand, Skip 


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Freeman, Kathy 


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Fryxell, Scott 


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Fuller, Shannon 


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Gamino, Denise 




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(iarcia, Williams 
Garduiu), Kcllie 
Garland, David 
Casta, Angelica 
Gaston, Jr 
Geddes. Michelle 
Gensier, Erik 



Gomez, Bruce 
Gomez, Jose 
Gonzalez, Angelica 
Gonzalez, Armando 
Gonzalez, Rosalinda 
Grant, Chris 
Grebinski, Dan 



Greene, Charles 
Greenfield, Taura 
Gudino, Hilda 
Guerrero, Maribel 
Guerrero, Mario 
Guidinger, Jon 
Guitron, A'fonso 



Gursky, Nathan 
Hackney, Robert 
Hall, Brandon 
Hansen, Stuart 
Hathorn, Barbara 
Henriquez, Jose 
Henriquez, Maria 



Hernandez, Annette 
Hernandez, Juan 
Hernandez, Raquel 
Hilton, Connie 
Hix, Jaymes 
Hoffner, Renee 
Hollingsworth, Cory 



Holloway, Dawn 
Hoos, Leah 
Hynes, Lori 

iackson, Kim 
aime, Jennifer 
aquith, David 
ensen, Katrine 



Iensen, Lisa 
imenez, John 
ones, Cynthia 
Lastell, Renae 
Keliiholokai, Jill 
Kelly, Shawn 
Kelsey, Wendy 



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Freshmen Cheer at Homecoming Rally 



Klappiott, Tara 

Kniss, Michcilf 

Kiiouff, Michelle 

Koehler. Kalrina 

Krev, Paula 

Krumlindc, Alice 

Largent, Keiiiieih 



Larson, Daniel 

I.eake. JefT 

l.eavitl, F.dward 

Leggat, William 

Lennol, Nicole 

Lewis, Kevin 

Lial, KiiiiberU 



I.iddell. Taninn 

Linden, (Iherie 

Linscheid, Lamie 

Lipskv. |e(l 

Lister, I lionias 

Little, Jell 

Loesth, Kerri 



Lopez, |oel 

Lope/. Loren.i 

Luccn.i. Steven 

Lundell. D.ivkI 

Magnusoii, I'Inllii) 

Malik, Kiis 

M.irgelony, Penny 



FRESHMEN CLASS MEMBERS 
came lo their feet and prepare to 
participate in the competition cheei 
at the Homecoming R.illv. 



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M.n|)lis, Matthew 
Maiiiii, Masgie 
Maitiiif/, Hector 
Martins, Justin 
Mass, Steve 
Mauriscio. Adolph 
Maruiscio, Jimmy 



NU Adams, Scott 
NU Anhitr, Timothy 
McCoy, Rachel 
McCullough, Shannon 
McLemore, Michelle 
Mercado, Juan 
Meiez, Kimberly 



Miller, William 
Moore, Brian 
Moore, Thomas 
Morales, Julissa 
Moran, Julie 
Morfin, Hector 
Morse, Timothy 



Mortensen, Tim 
Morton, Heather 
Moss, David 
Moss, Laurie 
Moss, Shelly 
Munoz, Joey 
Murgia, Michael 



Nava, Scott 
Navis, Stayce 
Newberry, Danny 
Newport, Rondie 
Ng, Rvan 
Odell,Jarcd 
Odgen, John 



Olan, Daisy 
Oliver, Julia 
Ornelas, Michael 
Ortega, Moracio 
Ortiz, Ellen 
Ortiz, Paul 
Owen, C">arrie 



Padilla, Teffany 
Palmer, Erik 
Panopio, Ruth 
Parsons, Tiffany 
Pastor. Julie 
Pastor, Sabrina 
Paralta, Paul 



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Perez, Man' 
Perez, Stacv 
Perry. Ronnie 
Pico, Dennis 
Picou, Sherry 
Pierce, Harry 
Piaster, Edna 



Pompa, Rockv 

Price, Cherly 

Pueblo, Shannon 

Pullcv. Juhe 

Quihci, Mario 

Rafael, Arnette 

Redding, Jennifer 



Reed, ShclK 

Reed, TimothN 

Reetz, Debbie 

Reiswig, Icimv 

Rhodes, Adriane 

Rice, Shelley 

Rivera, Matthew 



Robinson. Julie 

Rodgcrs. I)a\i(i 

Rodriguez, Johnin 

Rodriguez, Phil 

Roniiti, DoMiinii 

Root, John 

Rosas, N'cronica 



Rubio, Jason 

Ruddick, Siace\ 

Ruelas, Carlos 

Ruiz. Joe 

Ruiz. Juanita 

Russo, Dion 

Salgado, Humberto 



Sanchez, Tami 

Scalia, Lorie 

Schmuck, Steven 

Schwartz, Sandr.i 

Schwitters, Robin 

-Scott, Ian 

Serrato, Yesenia 



Seward, Matthew- 
Shaw, KimberK 
Sherman. Daniel 
Sherman. Heidi 
Showalter, Tonv 
Shults, Trov 
Silva, Denise 





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Henderson^ McAlister Serve as Advisors 




Simmons. Shawna 
Skc-lloii, \x\- Ann 
Smith, Hii.tn 
Smith, Ki'vin 
Snc'll, Susan 
Sohs, Jose 



Sonnenburg, Eric 
Stall (Mills). Craig 
Steer, I.lovd 
Stein. Tenna 
Stepp, Brandon 
Stevens, Sharlenc 



Stevenson. Michael 
Stinnette. Joel 
Stoffer. Sheri 
Stoner, Paula 
Stromberg. Kelly 
Sudweeks, Kjersti 



Swanson, Guy 
Swisher, Brian 
Tackitt, Brian 
Tapia, Ursula 
Tejada, Silvia 
Thomas, Angela 



FROSH ADVISORS, Dennis Henderson, looks up from his desk in the Drama 
Area. Mr. Henderson- was not only the Frosh Class Advisor, he was assistant 
football and track coaches as well as teaching U.S. History, World History, and 
American Government. 



Miss Jan McAlister, frosh advisor, sets up the projector for one of her 
science classes. Miss McAlister had to teach this class in the cafeteria since 
room space was so tight in September and early October. Miss McAlister 
was also the swimming coach. 




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Freshmen Build Giant Lion for Float 




MlCHELl.K KMSS and Cilierie 

Linden hel[) raise spirit 

during a home basketball 

game in Stonebarger Gymnasium. 



Thompson. Diana 
rhoiensen. Can le 
Thormahlen. Shane 
Tipton. Jeim\ 
ritone. Nicole- 
Tom, Welling 
lownsend, Mike 



Trail. Tiffanv 

Trajip. Kristin 

Treat. Dean 

Trebino. Kiniberh 

Trimble. Jeanne 

Troike. Mark 

Iruiillo. Sean 



Turcotte, Robert 

Turner. Colleen 

Turner. Lana 

Tysingcr. Kathrvn 

L'riich. Tom 

L'tler, Laura 

V'aldivia, Claudia 



rOUERLNC. over the Ireshmen 
spectators in this giant lion con- 
structed bv the Class ot '89. The 
Frosh Class did an excellent job for 
their first float as high school 
students. 



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Valle, Arccla 
Vandcrpool, Collccii 
Vaughan, Brian 
V'icrra, Krii 
X'ill.iMiioi , Leticia 
VV.ilkci, Di-aiia 
Walkiip, Robert 



Waller, Jennifer 
Washingion, Brandon 
Walson. |i-irv 
Weld, Nicole 
Wendl.tnd, (Iregory 



Wel/.el, Shell 



?lly 

;, Jacquelii 



Willenlnirg 



Wilson, Duke 
Wilson, Michelle 
Wilson, Sherice 
Wingo, Daniel 
Worley, Ron 
Yane/., John 
Yeats, John 



\'oungs, Tammie 
ZepecTa, Salvador 
Zesati, Javier 
Zuniga, Angelica 
Hicks, JoAnne 



DENISE SILV'A works with Jeanette England during a majorette routine at JUSTIN DRUMMOND uses the monkey bars to build his upper-body 
the Homecoming Rally in November. strength as part of his P.E. class. 




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SPORTS 



Starting the year with a stunning victory over Antioch on September 13, the Lions Varsity football team roared to a 7-2 season 
record and a co-championship with Miramonte in the FAL. The Friday the 13th victory duplicated a similar Friday the 13th 
victory from 1969, the last time the Lions dumped the Antioch Panthers. The Varsity placed third in the East Bay writers poll and 
tenth in the Tribune Top 20 Poll. The Lions placed Tony Darone, Bryan Wilson, and David Berghult on the All-league first team 
with Jerry Hackett, David Berghult, and Darren Williams earning second team nods. Honorable mentions went to Ed Paguaga, 
Kevin Kalinowski, Darren Foreman, Jeff Scott, and Shawn Schwitters. Tony Darone was also named All-East Bay and All- 
Northern California as a linebacker. At their annual awards evening, the coaches named Tony Darone, most valuable player; 
Jerry Hackett, most improved; Bryan W^ilson, most valuable lineman; and David Berghult and Darren Williams, most valuable 
backs; co-captains were Darren Williams and Jerry Hackett. 

The J V football squad had a streak of four straight wins including a last second field goal to beat Benecia and a fourth quarter 
touchdown to nip Berkeley. The team was led by co-most valuable players John Largent and Boo Cervantes. 

Kevin Clutter was named the most valuable runner and team captain of the Cross Country squad while Jeanette Valverde was 
named the (iirls' OutsUinding runner. The Frosh-Soph Team fielded a full complement of runners and placed fourth in the league 
meet. 

Co-captains Wcndv Haag and Fanimy Fexeira led the Varsitv \'ollevball team to their first play-off chance with a 6-4 league 
record. The most valuable player award was shared by Wendy and Nicole Simoni while Fammy and Michelle Stranhan were 
tabbed as Most Improved. The girls finished third in the league. 

Lisa Berry and Melodv Baldwin were co-most valuable for JV Volleyball while Katrine Jensen was named improved. 

Beating Campolindo for the first time was the highlight of the Varsity Soccer season. The upset victory came in the season 
opener against the Congers with a 1-0 score against the FAL Cup (champions. The team hit new heights and set new records and 
finished the season with a winning record. Jose Ortiz and Brett Drake were named first team all-league while Bob Taylor, Marc 
Vestal and Luis Colmenares grabbed second team all-league; honorable mention went to Jay Sadler. 

Taking second in the league, the Varsity wrestlers were paced by most valuable players Tony Darone and Alan Jensen. All 
FAL wrestlers were Ian Scott, Alan Jensen, Jack Harri.son. Darren Williams, and Tony Darone. Tony, Alan, and Jack all paced at 
the North Coast Section while Tony was fourth in the state in his weight class. Darren and Tony were named captains. Jack was 
named most improved, the coaches award went to |ason (iurskv while the JV most valuable was Robbie Hackney. 

Winning the Stonebager Invitational was the highlight of the Bovs' Varsity Basketball season. I his was the second straight win 
in this tournament. Headed by first-vear coach. Bob Moon, the boys closed out the season with a stunning victory over Acalanes, 
preventing them from earning a perfect 10-0 season mark. 

Plagued by illness and injuries, the JV Boys' Basketball squad was guided by Coach Marv Fregi and pulled off some major 
upsets. 

Salvador Zepada, most valuable plaver, paced the frosh basketball team. 

The Cirls' Varsity Basketball team finished second to long-time nemisis, Campolindo and grabbed a third place finish in tlu- 
Stonebarger Invitational. 

Winning the league outright, the J\' Cirls' Basketball team were coached by Mr. Hale and Mr. Rodgers. 

In spring sports. Randy Mever paced the (iolf team to five wins and a fifth place finish in league. Randy tied for second at the 
league tournament and was the team's most valuable player. 

Making the playoffs again, the Varsity Softball team placed Mimi Fejes and Wendy Haag on the first team All-league roster. 
Shannon Mendes and Kathy Hilburn grabbed a second team all-league spot. Dorsey Berlinn was named captain while Mimi was 
best defensive player. Most inspirational went to Shannon Mendes and Wendy was tabbed most-valuable. 

With a 13-2 record in league, theJV Softball team ran away in the FAL. They were paced by Laura Utley, most valuable player; 
Stacy Perez, co-captain; Melody Baldwin, co-captain; and Judi Camilli, most improved. 

Making the FAL plav-offs, the Varsitv Baseball team won 8 of their last 12 games. David Reil was named most valuable player 
while David Martin was the team's top hitter. Ray Cabral was the top defensive player and Darren Williams was team captain. 
Earning all-league honors were David Reil, 1st; David Maartin, 2nd; and Gret Patterson, Darren Williams, Ray Cabral, and Mark 
Smith, honorable mention. David Martin and MarkSmith were honored with the Albert Seeno Construction Athlete of the Week 
Award. 

Debi McBride paced the Girl's Track team to several upset victories and earned a trip to North Coast. At the spring sports 
awards evening, Debi was named most valuable. She also broke a record by more than a full second. 

Tara Clark helped an improving swim team to several important victories and made it to North Coast despite a medical 
problem. 

Both Softball teams were guided by first year coaches, Mr. Rich Barrios for Varsity and Mr. Bob Zahn for JV. 

With the addition of two new teams to the FAL next year, the Lion teams face an exciting future. 

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Varsity Grabs Share of FAL Championship 




TON'\' OARONF. keeps the ball on an end swecpas 
Jeff Beltencourt moves into position to bhxk. 



TRYING to keep his feet. David Berghult scram- 
bles for yardage m a scoreless game (to this point). 



DAVID BERCfHI'LT ouileaps his opponent to 
make a nice catch as Liberty leads 6-0 late in the 
second quarter. 




LOOKING the ball into his hands. Jeff Betten- 
court vvaits for the pass to come to him. 



ID fl( 

he V 



elude a potential tackier. The 
the season. 



arsity v\as 7-2 for 



MAKING a nice gain, Darren Williams is brought 
down from behind in a game against Berkeley. 



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SWARMINC. DEFENSE, Brian 
Wilson, Ed Paduaga, and Tony 
Darone close in on the Cougar 
runner during the Homecoming 
Game. 



TONY DARONE passes short 
as two defenders close in for 
the tackle. 



COACH JERRY LILLEY 

shows his extreme pleasure as 
the Varsity defeats tne favored 
Antoich Panthers on Friday 
the 13th. 




\ AR.Sl 1 V FOOTBALL. I EAM — FOP ROW: David Berghult, Jeff Scott, Fred Krey, Mike Colburn, 
1 onv Darone, Fausto \elasco. Ciien McClaulev, Kevin Kaiinowski, kurl Heilmcver: SECOND ROW: Ron 
Russell, Shawn Schwitters, Brian Wilson, Jeff Bettencourt, David Martin, .Aaron Luckctt. Jason Hughes, 
Ed Paguga: THIRD ROW: .Sean Pcllitcr, Greg Perry, Wavne (lain, Ric k I.oho. Brett Swisher, jason Nunn, 
Rav Marchio, Lance Foreman: FOL'R FH ROW: Maiilev Tom, Rav Furricta. Chris Docnch, Duane 
Whitcsel, Darin Foreman, Dustin Schwitters, Britt Parks, Jerry Hacketl; BO F I OM ROW: Shawn Clark, 
kevm McMore, Tim Hansen, Daryl Harris, Paul Locatelli, James Rios, Mike Gamino. 




MAKING a nice open- 
field tackle, this Varsity 
player seems all alone. The 
Varsity shared the F.AL 
Championship with the 
Matadors. 




SMILIN(; FACES 
sum up the upset 
victor y o f i h c 
Varsity over ar<h- 
rival Antioch. The 
Lions defeated the 
Panthers on Friday 
the 13th which has 



proved to be a liu ky 
date for Liberty 
fans. Fhc last time 
the Lions defeated 
the Panthers was 
also on a Friday the 
I3th. 



JV's Whip Acalanes 28-6 .. 




BOOCFKV \M KS. (luaMirh.Kk. VWV l.lONS.nt m on iht- tackle SVVAKMINC. DKI KNSK" 1 he ClOACH BOB ZAHN talks to his offensive 

handsolf to Dennis l.twis (oniiiiK and hoUi then opponent to ivs siii round the hall (artier and team during a time out on Ohmsiede Field. 

out ot the hatklk-kr yards on this plav. briiij^ him down on Ohmstcde 



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C'.tRALD BLO IZtuiincason a field 
goal attempt from the hold of Boo 
Cervantes. 

OUTSTANDING place kicker, 
Gerald Blotz, converts a PAT out of 
the hold of Boo Cervantes. 



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ULRALD BLU 
for the jv's who 



1 Z kn_k.-> iitl to start the game 
were 4-5 for the season. 



I ROM nit SIDELINE, ilif loathe;, 
and team intently watch the action on the 
field. 







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JV FOOTBALL TE.^M — TOP ROW: Matt 
Enochs, lames Ohrislock, Mike Lameiuiola. Sean 
Young, Hector Quintanilla, John Priddy, Gerald 
Bell, Mark Cutino; SECOND ROW: Coach Bob 
Zahn, Gerald Blotz, Robert Coons, Manuel 
Misquez, Thomas Lewis, Billy Sheffield, Marcus 
Pease, David White, Coach Rod Beaver: THIRD 
ROW: David Abono, Sean Williams, Mike 
Boerher, Aaron Meadows, Sean McCaulev, Dan 
Baio, Duane Clrabner, Shane Seelev; FOL'RTH 
ROW: Joey C:anciamilla, Joe Compill, Doug 
Roderick, .Aaron Krey, Larrv Spence, Manuel 
Delgado, Rick Rodriguez, Erik Nlunn, Todd Perez; 
BOl rOM ROW: Shawn Reed, Boo Cervantes. 
Mitch Bloodworth, Matt Curtis, Dennis Lewis, Jess 
Rios. 



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Frosh Show Future Potential 





KDDI K LEV nr tries to clear out 
a blocker at the line of scrimmage 
and open a hole for his ball 
carrier. 



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t I I 1 t.l 1 1 \(. ihe ball tightly, Chris JOSE SOLIS gathers in a nice pass 
D.iMs seems all alone as he heads up and looks for blocking help. 

liikl. 








FROSH FOOTBALL TEAM: TOP ROW — Matt Rivera, Edgar Velasco, Kevin 
Lewis, Hollie Yeates, Charles Green, Robert Boston, Jose Solis, Matt Toon, Mano 
Auillici, Brian Swisher; SECOND ROW — Mike Murgia, Ryan Ng, Bob Maxwell, 
Phil Rodriquez, Rocky Pompa, Tom Moore, Chris Davis, Steve Ortiz; THIRD 
ROW — Junior Gaston, Tim Treat, Jason Rodgers, Paul Peralta, Bill Campbell, 
Tom Freeland, Danny Newberry; BOTTOM ROW — Coach Greg Chappel, Greg 
Wetzel, Ricky Vargas, Humberto Salgado, Stuart Hansen, Eddie Levitt, Coach 
Alex Aiello, Joel Lopez. 



LEAPING HIGH, Jose Solis 
makes a nice catch at the 20 yard 
line for a first down. 



WITH FINE PROTECTION, Jason 
Rodgers throws deep to one of his 
receivers. 





MARK \ hi. 1 AL MAKING a iiRc kiik, josc Kiciu 

fighls to gain control our exchange student, helps buiU 

of the ball and move it a strong varsity team, 
for a score. 





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WITH DETERMIN.M K).\ .\K.\K 1 HE SIDKI.INES, Mark Vestal Willi MO.Sl .,1 the oihc playeis A.NIOMO MARllM./ spimi.^ 

etched on his lace. Sergio struggles with a defender to keepcontrol behind him, Jose Ortiz shoots for a side-by-side with a defender over 

Murtado dribbles the ball of the ball. goal. possession of the ball, 
between two defenders. 







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Varsity Places 6 on All-league Team 




FIGHTING for control ofthe ball, Jose LUIS COLMLN ARES sprints down 
Ortiz works to keep it inbounds against field as two defenders race to catch 
this defender. up to the action of a home meet. 




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\ARSITY SOCCER TEAM — TOP ROW: Lisa lungers, (statistician) SURROUNDED by four SERGIO HURTADO BLAKE BOMBEN 
Jose Ortiz, Marc Vestal, Matt Ford, Tim Hanni, Ed Stack, Coach Tim defenders. Marc Vestal boots the ball out of danger shifts his weight to 
McHugh; SECOND ROW: Blake Bomben, Antonio Martinez, Luis puts his body in front of in a rough confrontation move in front of a 
Colmenares. Doug Minor, Steve Martin; BOTTOM ROW: Bob Page, Jay one and boots the ball away near in Lion goal. defender and use 

S:iHlei . Brett nr;ike. Bob Taylor from the others. his body to block 

him. 




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Frosh-Soph Build Soccer Program 




LLOYD STEER and Tonv ATTEMPTING to block. Tony TAKING an inbound pass, Lloyd CHASE MCDONALD stops the ball and \ 

Showalier react to the ball and cut Showaher positions his bodv in Steer and Tonv Showalter move foot dribbles it away from nis opponent on 

back up field to try for a steal. front of the opponent to prevent the ball up the field towards their the jv's home field. 

him Ironi .idvancinj; opponent's t;<'al 







COACH TIM MCHUGH has his 
attention shifted off the field during 
action at an away match. 

HEADING the ball. Chase 
McDonald tries to get it forward to 
Steve Lucerra. 



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I 1 OYU SI 
dcttnders and 
ihiid one in a 



EtR cuts between two 
tries to pass the ball beyond a 
home match. 



rONV SHOWALIKR stops the forward 
pass of his opponent and tries to move it for 
a score. 




C;ONTROLLING the tempo of the match of this point, Ritchie 
Silva and Steve Lucerra work to force the ball between two 
defenders. 



FIGHTING to take the ball away and control CHASE MCDONALD bumps a delen.l 
the action. Chase McDonald gets in an angle er in an effort to take the ball away an( 
luck. prevent a score. 




JV SOCCER TEAM — TOP ROW: Tony 
Showalter, Scott DeWolf. Jared Odell, Steve 
Lucerra, Scott Sanchez, Nathan Gursky, Coach 
Narez; SECOND ROW: Richie Silva, Chase 
McDonald, Lloyd Steer, Jason Gurskv, Ron 
Worley, Brina Moore; BOTTOM ROW: Lisa 
lungers, Angela Kenny, Alice Krumlinde, Robert 
Walkup. 



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GRK.C.RbBlNSkI has a huge lead over two other NEARING the finish hne. Jason Mc(.overn shows WAITING for the race to begin at Contra Loma 
runners as he (ompeies on the Lions home course the toll cross countn, takes on the human bcxlv. are Jason McGovern and Greg Grebinski. 



ipe 
which is l(K'atcd near Contra Loma. 




BILL BOWERS seems to be racmg no one or WITH the h.lls .n the background. Jeanette STUGGLING to "tch h.s Las Lomas Kn.ghts 
anything but a clock as he rounds a turn near Con- Valverde races down a d.rt road on the Lion s opponent. Bill Bowers nears the fimsh Ime. 
tra Loma. home course. 



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Volleyball Team Makes League Playoffs 




NICOLL SIMON I spikcN the l).ill jusi over the out -stretched hands ol her opponent in 

great net action. 




SKRV I N(i another ace, Nicole Sinioni shows nice form in a home 
match. 



\VtNl)\ ll.-\.-\(. goes liif^h 111 an attempt to hlock a dink from her opponent. 





WENDY HAAG, Chris Coelho. SOPHOMORE, Chris 

Nicole Simoni.Stacey Knoblauch, Coelho, bumps the ball 

and JoAnn Reetz congratulate forward as Nicole Simoni 

each other after scoring an im- and Kathy Hilburn watch 

pressive home victory. intently. 







CHRIS COELHO bumps the ball SLAMMING the ball forward. MOVING forward, Nicole Simoiu prepares to dink the ball back to her opponent, 

into position for a set-up as Stacey Nicole Simoni makes a nice 

Knoolauch and Wendy Haag spike, 
move into position. 




COACH LINDA GHILAR- 
DUCCI talks with her players 
during a time out. The varsity 
made the play-offs for the first 
time ever this year. 



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KATHY HILBURN bumps the 
ball forward to her waiting 
teammate, Nicole Simoni. 




BOTH Nicole Simoni and 
Stacey Knoblauch go up 
for a block. They miss the 
play and have to be helped 
Dy their back-court 
teammates. 



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KEEPING her eyes riveted to the ball, Tricia Elkins 
JILL HAMPTON bumps the ball to keep it off tries to set the ball up for her teammates near the BROOKE LUNSFORD shows nice form as she 
the floor and set up an offensive play. net. follows through after setting the ball. 





MAKINC; a deep court save, Jill Hampton keeps the 
ball in play. 



TRICIA ELKINS makes a nice save and bumps the 
ball forward. 



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New Coach Guides JV's To Successful Season 




COACH GREG ClAPPONI, a student teacher in LISA BERY and JILL HAMPTON 
social studies and jv coach, rallies his girls around as both of the girls go for the save. 
him at the start of a home match. 



'?^:'^.^.!^.5f'^A*^5'''^^'^9'^'' ,^.^'".'*.*'"'. t.eacher in LISA BERY and JILL HAMPTON almost collide BUMPING the ball, Laura Utiey tries to not 

only keep it in play but also set it up for her 
teammates in the front court. 




Sck '.m inH n'rllL^'f 'W''" "^'"''^'"" l^^^"' ^ "i'^" TWO J VS collide as thev both hustle after the ball. LISA BERRY .sets the ball up high, as one of 
pick-upand prevents her opponents from scoring. her tea.nmates moves inl„ p!,s,ti„n (or a spike. 



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KEVIN KAI.INOUSKI 
struggles to sta\ in )M)U[icis 
as he works under the 
basket. 



CORRAI.INC; their Clougar 
oppoiuiit, I'hil Baude and 
David Berghult try to cut off 
the passing lane. 



SI RROLNDKD. left Betteiiiourt doesn't 
let five opjjonents Keep him for p<}pping for 
a short juniper. 





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run, B.M DE and David Berghult fight each 
other and a hidden opponent for the control of 
a rebound. 




\ .ARSITV B.\SKE IB.ALL lE.AM — lOP ROW: Ulvses Zepeda, )eff Scott. Matt VVooldridge. Mark 
Uadni/ak. Phil Baude, Mike Revnolds. Kevin Kalinowski. David Berghult, Coach Bob Moon; BOTTOM 
ROW: Boo Cervantes. I)a\id .Arevalo, Jose Freire, Jeff Bettencourt, Shawn Schwitters. 



JOSE FREIRE congratulates David Berghult dur- 
ing a time out. 




Varsity Defeats Acalanes in Season Finale 




WITH THE SCORE TIED 27-27, David Arevalo tries ALL-LEAGUE PERFORMER Jeff Scolt con- DAVID BERGHULT makes a nice left-handed 
to set up a scoring play during the second quarter. trols the ball against the Campolindo C;ougars layup against his Canipo opponent. 

in Stonebarger Gvm. 




WITH JEFF SCOTT looking on and blocking out, PHIL BAUDE, center, attempts to control a long pa.ss USING his height to good advantage Ph 
Uavid Berghult fires for two more pomts. from David Arevalo on a Lion fast break. Baude goes high into the air for an outlet pas 

against the Cougars. 



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JV's Win Opener Against Alhambra 




LANCE FOREMAN waiches his left-side lavup go l.OOKINC. down court. I-ance Foreman dribbles ADAM FURLONG leaps into 
in for two points. in a fast break against the C.ainpolindo Cougars. cross-court pass as the jv's fast 

Cougars. 



the air to fire a 
break against the 




TRYING to force his wav toward the basket. lohn JOHN GRANADO puts the ball against the glass CONTROLLING the ball, Mike Milani looks for help. 
Granado has to fight the position of his Campo for an easy two points. The jvs defeated the This action was in the Stonebarger Gym against the 
opponent Alhambra Bulldogs twice in league plav. Campolindo Cougars. 



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JOHN GRAN ADO has his shot blocked but he 
draws a foul and goes to the hue for two shots. 



DRIVING against his Campo opponent, Jeff Frigard 
looks cross court for an open teammate. 



ADAM FURLONG goes up for a short 
jumper in the midst of three (;ougar 
opponents. 




M.AKING a nice reverse lav- 
up from under the basket, 
Adam Furlong shows ex- 
cellent control. 



CARLOS OSEGUERA is fouled as he 
attempts a short jumper against the 
Campolindo Cougars. 




IV BASKETBALL TEAM — 
TOP ROW: Coach Marv 
Fregi, Mike Manning, [ohn 
Granado, Mike Milani, R<)bbic 
Lasher; BOTTOW ROM: Jell 
Frigard, Robert Paulson. 



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RANDN MKA K.R (jom-s on (ampus tor his goll pumiiv RaiuU I'RAC 1 ICINC; his drives. Brian Moore SIFAK PAS lOR looks up m the iinddlc ol h 
was the number one goiter lor this vear's leani and earned a take a heft\ cut ai the hall. drive on the Bethel Island (.oil Course. 

berth to the North Coast rournament; Rands was also 
named most valuable poller. 





jKFK FRICARl) uiamccs his 
ihipoin^ betoie (lie start of a 
matcn at Bethel Island. 



FACH DAN' the iikiiiIkis oi ihc 
golf team would pick up balls on 
the driving range and then hit 
them to practice their drives and 
irons. 



C;()At;Hh.S .\k\ .\icllo and 
Fred \'alverde pose with some 
ot the members of the 198(i 
(ioll Team. 









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NUMBER TWO MAN. Mark Troike, practices his 
swing on the Lion's home course. 



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Zepada Paces Frosh Basketball Team 




MATT TOON drives past his Miramoiitc 
opponent for a left-handed layup. 




LOOKIN(i lor a pass underneath the basket. Sal 
Zepada stops as Jose Sohs looks on. 

FROSH BASKKIBALL TEAM; TOP ROW — 
(loach Mark Johnson, Sal Zepada. Horacio Ortega, 
Ed Lcavitt. Matt Toon, Phil Rodriguez BOTTOM 
ROW — Jose Solis. Humberto Salgado, Dan 
Sherman. 



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Varsity Captures Second in League 




MIMI FE|ES and Paula Hale scrambk- for a kx)sc PUTTING UP a lav-up. Dorscv Bcrlinn tries lo SHAWN COFFMAN dribbles up court and calls 
ball. Ibe varsity team finished second to the score from the left side of the basket. out the play Coach John Rodgers has told the girls 

CainpolindO Cougars. t<> run 




TAKING a nice in-bound pass, Nicole Simoni goes 
for a short lay-in for anotner two ponts. 



PAULA HALE, center, leaves her opponents flat- 
footed as she hits for another of her patented, short 
jumpers. 



STRUGGLING for a rebound against the Cougars, 
Terri Treichelt pulls the ball down against Liberty's 
arch rival. 



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nORSFV BF.Rl.INN and Terii Trcichclt 

scraiiil)li- loi a loose hall as the Lions girls hosi 
the Clainpolmclo Cougars. 



COACHES Mr. John Rodgi-rs, Mi . Di-iinis Hitchens, and PALU.A HALF. Ilghis off her Las Lomas 
Miss Linda ChiLndimi iomr- io lluir Ittl during the Knighls opponciu lor a rebound and looks 
home game against the t:ainpoIuido C^ougars. Jor the outlet pass. 




SHOOTING over the COACH JOHN RODGERS discusses 

outstretched hands of a strategy during a time-out against the 

Cougar, Paula Hale connects Las Lomas Knights, 
on vet another two points. 




WFFH their Campo Cougar 
opponent on the floor, Terri 
Treichelt and Shawn C^offman 
try to set up a play during the 
first half of a home contest. 



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MICHELLE DOMINGUEZ tries to save the ball 

from going out-of-bounds and throw it against 

her opp>onent's legs. 



DRI\'I\G for a lav-up against her Campolindo 
Cougar opponent, Lucy Duncan goes up for two 
points. 



MICHELLE TAMAYO shows nice form as she 
takes a base-line jumper. Michelle was the jv's lead- 
ing scorer and rebounder. 




SL'RROLNnEI) bv I^s Lomas Knights. M 
Robin Schwitters looks for the outlet pass P 
to one of her teammates. 





mniNC. for two more points. Michelle Tamayo 
puis up a short jumper. The jv's earned a 10-0 record 
in FAL plav this season. 



ROBIN SCHWITTERS brings the ball down court in 
a fast break against the Cougars of Campolindo. The 
jv's were undefeated in league play this season. 



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JV's Win FAL Championship with 10-0 Record 




FRICIA NEV AREZ drives against her Campo AS Lora Ackerman turns for a possible rebound, LAURA VAN CAMP forces a shot against the 
opponent. The jv's beat the Cougars twice during Michelle Tamayo puts up a short jumper against Cougar center in action captured in the Stone- 
league play. the Las Lomas Knights. barger Gym. 




',^ ' Ir'u^ M^l'^^ KNIGHTS are not enough to )AC:KIE BRIIX;ES tries to control an offensive IV STANDOUI- Michelle Tamavo showv 

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. die led 

the jv's to an undefeatecl, 10-0, season in FAL 
league play. 



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Varsity Earns Second Place in League 




JACK HARRISON checks his 

pusiliun with the referee before the 

start of the second round af^aiiist 

the Nfirainonie Matadors. 



"A RIDE" Alan Jensen grimaces 
as if in pain while he twists his 
opponent into shape for a near 
lall or pin. 



SAVALDOR RODRIGUEZ 

stares fixedly at his opponent as if 
to psych him into making a bad 
move. 



RIDINCi his opponent. Jack Harrison seems 
to have things well in hand as he turns the 
opponent's back toward the mat. The 
referee signals two points. 




"BANANA SPLIT" Darren Williams 
has one leg wrapped up with his le^ 
and the other leg tied up with both o 
his hands as his opponents struggle to 
free himself. Tne varsitv wrestlers 
lost only to Miramonte in league and 
took second place. Both Alan Jensen 
and Tony Darone earned a berth to 
the prestigious state meet. 




BEING congratulated bv Coach Greg Chappel "STARTING STANCE" Fred Ambriz 
after a tremendous victory is senior wrestler, circles around the mat and looks for an 
Jack Harrison. opening. 




SH.AVVN REED seems to be getting the worse of 
the match at this point as his opponent has him in a 
pinning position. 



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Darone, Jensen Qualify for State Meet 





ED PAW AG A circles the leg of his 
opponent and does a switch on 
him for two points. 



REACHING back, Edgar 
Velasco works his way to his 
feet to record an escape and 
one point. 



USING both of his opponent's leg.s, Alan Jensen pulls the Matador back into the 
circle to continue the match. 




DENNIS PICO inicntlv 
watches the feet of his 
opponent and looks for an 
opening to put a move on him. 



ED PAWAGA turns his whole 
body in an effort to record a 
switch and score points in the 
heavyweight division. 




"A CHEAP TWO!" Brian 
Swisher locks his hands 
under his opponent's leg to 
try to turn him and expose 
his back to the mat. 




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iiimui out at first. earned Honorable Mention m lea^nie. 




and prepares to pivot for the out at lirst. 



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MARK SMITH leaps onto home plate as his team mates wait to greet him. Markjust slugged a homerun 



JV Players Build Varsity Skills 




MARK) OUILCI arrives at first Ixlore "N ICE STOP." Frank Aguila goes PLAYING a tough second base, DURING WARMUPS. Frank Aguila 
the ball as his Miranionte opponent down on one knee to keep theball Mike Barajas makes a throw to throws the ball to first, 
stretches it out for the throw. from going into left field. first to nab the runner. 




DETERMINED, Mario QuiUi 
grimaces as he makes the long throw 
to first from his shortstop position. 

COACH ROD BEA\ER has a few 
last words to sav to his team before 
they take the field to start a home 
contest. 




MARK) QUILCI sprints towards first base OAN NKWBERRY crosses home plate 
after hitting a shot to left. with another run for the jvs. 



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|V BASEBALL LKAM: lOl' ROW — Bii.m 
Smith, Mike Barajas. Doug Roderic k. Mall Enochs, 
Coach Rod Beaver, VVavne (iiiat, Scott Sanchez, 
David Ahono, Sean IVlletier BOIIOM ROW — 
Dan Newherrv, 1 onv Slunw.iller. Mario Qiiilci, 
Erank Agiiila, Adam Caslro. Eon\ lOhar, 
Hiimberto Salgado. 



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Varsity Earns Playoff Berth Against Las Lomas 



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SHANNON MENDES makes a nice pick up ii lAVINCi DOVVNanicebunt. Jaime Troikthiisthe COACH RICH BARRIOS discusses strategy with 
short and looks to first lor the throw. ball just down the third base line to advance the the next batter. Sara Sipes. 

runner at first. 




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AS WENDY HAAG looks on. Shannon Mendes IRICLX NEVER.AZ signals that there is one down DURING WARMUPS. Wendy Lunsford 

clutches the shot to short and starts the stride troni her catcher position. ■Katiiies" the ball into her glove to makesureof the 

towards first. catch. 

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KAIHN HllBlRN firi-s du- liall lo (list liasc. (ciiti-i 



KRISIKN ANDKRSON iJieparcs to go into her 
WARMINC; I'l' 111 tlu- (>ulllc-l(i hcloif the start of the wiiulup. The Lions made it to the niayofis only to 
game, Saia Sipes tosses the hall to Wendy Maag playing <''<M> 'heii third game to l.as I.omas (league 



[hamps) 




IHINKING about her next BERNIESANABRIA, Alice Kiumlinde, 

pitch. Stacv Nevis con- Kathy Hilburn, Jamie Troike, Dorsey 

centrales on the task ahead of Berlin, and Stacv Nevis talk about the ac- 

her. tioii on the field. 





COACH RICH BARRIOS 
signals his player to hold up at 
third base. Rich was the new 
varsity sof'tball coach this 
season. 



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"ALMOST LIKE FLYING" Jay Sadler leaves his GERALD BELL gives it all he has as he putts the LEFT-HANDER, Carmen Lepe shows nice form 
feet in the triple jump event. shot and keeps his feet inside the ring. as she follows through in the shot-putt event. 




BOB TAYLOR takes his mark, looks down the track, 
7 and waits for the gun to signal the start of his race. 



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McBride Paces Girls' Track Team 







SEAN YOUNG concentrates on clearing the bar STRIDING forward, Mike Wooldridge plants his RELEASING his pole, Jeff Bettencourt clears 
and not jarring it loose on his way down. forward foot and pushes off in the shot-putt. the bar and starts down in a home track meet. 







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SEEMINGLY ALONE. Bob Tavlor barely clears JAY SADLER stretches it out for that al 
the hurdle and tries to regain form. important, extra inch or two in the long-jump. 



MAR^' GARMONA and Teresa Leake appear as 
if they have no opponents as thev head around 
the home turn on Ohmstede Field. 



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Two Girls Earn Trip to North Coast Meet 




DEBBIE DIR docs the HALF OVER. Debbie Dir 

Foesbury Flop as she clears needs only to swing her feet 

the bar in the high-jump up to have a successful jump, 
event. 




THE JOHNS. John Provencia 

and Jonn Priddv. hold the lead 

and concentrate on the critical 

hand off in the second leg of 

the 440-vard relav. 



GERALD BELL clears 
the bar and concentrates 
on his landing. 




CATHY PRIDDY and her opponent clear 
the hurdle at the same time but 
marginally ahead. 



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SPRINTER.S leave their blocks; Cathy 
Priddv. Chris Coelho. Paula Hale, and 
Tiffany Parsons all get a good start. 






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DEBI MCBRIDE shows nice 
form as she clears the hurdle in 
this 330-yard event. 



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FOLLOWING THROUGH, 
Scott Hansen throws the dis- 
cus on the grass area behind 
the stands. 




BOOMER GUINN and his 
opponent maice contact as 
they clear their respective 
hurdle; Boomer was out of his 
lane. 



DEBI MCBRIDE out distances her two TRYING hard to release proper- STARTING the discus off low. Bill 



opponents in the 330-yard low hurdles 



ly, Gerald Bell works to regain Bowers follows through in this event, 
correct position. 




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HKADINC; down the lunwav. [av Sadler ects into stride RON CLARK Ir<u1s aiuund tin liisi lui ii as VVA ICHING the arc of tlu' shot, (ieiald Bell 
in the triple-jump event if he is llviiif^: neither foot is on the ground. makes a nice putt. 




BOB lAVLOR heads toward the "A SUCCESSFUL HAND- RON GUINN has a comfortable 
r^»' ■ igtm,,^^^/^^^ Imish Inie in this running event. OFF" Kathv Freeman takes lead over his Las Lomas opponent 

the baton liom Jamie Ludlow in a home track meet, 
and sprints toward the finish 
line. 



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Jetf Bettencourt, Kevin C;iutter, Brett 

Swisher, Ton)' Darone, Matt Wooldridgc/Mike Wcjoldridge, Gerald Bell, Sean 

th Keith Dawson SECOND ROW — Ron Guinn, Jay Sadler, Bob 



Young, Coat 
Taylor, Tim Wood 
BOTTOM ROW 



Daryl Harris, Bill Bowers, Scott Hansen, Ron Clark 
Kyle Cursi, Mark Cutino. 



FROSH-SOPH TRACK TEAM: Steward Hanson, Tom Phalcn, John 
Provencia, Paul Eejes, C^olin Bennet, Rick Derrick, Ed Leavitt.John Priddy, 
Brian V'aughan, Matt Bell, Toiri Moore, Sam Mitchell. 







GIRLS TRACK TEAM: TOP ROW — Kim Williams, Laura Wisner, Debbie Dir, 
Michele Mercado, Lisa Myer, Paula Hale, Terr Treichelt, Mary Carmona, Jayme 
Ludlow, Cathy Priddy, Danielle Batista SECOND ROW — Samantha Erwin, 
Teresa Leake, C^athy F'reeman, Debi McBride, Chris Coelho, Tiffany Parsons 
BOTTOM ROW — Carmen Lepe, Jeanette Valverde. 




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RANDY LINSCHEin strokes hard in his KENDRA BLAIR looks horrified as she 
race at a home meet. notices there is no one behind her. 



RICK JOHNSO.N takes a breath as he swims the 500. 




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SHEILA ROBIN.SON waves BRANDON (;OLDMAN looks 
ferociously at her opponent up to see how many people 
who is dragging behind. finished ahead ol him. 



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NADINE GUADETFE finishes her ROBIN GALEY concentrates 
100 backstroke. very hard on her backstroke. 







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>««* AHEAD OF EVERYONE, Jill TARA CLARK, Kendra Blan. and 

Hampton cruises to the end of the Katrina Koehler take time out to warm up 



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breath before finishing his 500. 



SWIMMING TEAM: TOP ROW — Tiffany Montgomery, Heidi Stewaid, Ray 
Hancock, Laura VanCamp, Billy Wooten, Kym Trebino, Lara (Mark, Lori 
Linscheid. Kendra Blair, Robin Schwitters, Katrina Koehler SECX)ND ROW — 
Miss Guise, Mr. Mark Ciates, Mike McDanicl, Gina Speer, Nadine Guadette, C^hris 
Emerson, Duane Grabner, Dave Pearson, Debbie Galey, Anne Gerry, Ms. Jan 
McAlister THIRD ROW — [ohanna Peterson, Gindv Hilburn, Susan Dejesus, 
David Lopez, Pattv Henrv, |osari Miller, Robin Galev, Heather Hopkins 
FOURTH ROW —Jason Hensel, Rickv Johnson, Mike Milani, CJreg Perrv, Mike 
Hudson, Brandon Goldman BOTTOM ROW — Scott Gerry, Jennifer Waller, 
Randy Linscheid, Lisa Duncan, Signe Jenson, Sheila Robinson, Michele 
Stranahan, Jill Hampton, Rich Comer, Mike Watson. 








JV's Earn FAL Championship with New Coach 




JAIME TOMPKINS successfully LAL RA LTLEV makes a 
slides into third ahead of the throw. nice t a i c h from her 

second-base position. 




rRR:iA Kl.klNS waithcs the STACY FKREZ doesn't even "SAFE!" Laura Utiey is hit by the ball thrown by her opponent's tatdier at second 
position of the third base person's draw a throw as she strides base, 
foot in case she has to slide. into third. 




WITH HER FOO I ON THE EDCIE OF THE BAG, Arnette 

Rafael waits for the pitch. 




IV SOFI BALL TEAM: 
FOP ROW — Lisa Berry, 
Stacy P e r e / , J a i m e 
Tompkins, Laura L'tley, 
Chris Malik, Arnette 
Rafael, Judy Camilli, 
Wendv kelsev, Kathv 
McNeal B()ri()M ROW 
— Daisy Olan, lerri Con- 
treras. Melody Baldwin, 
Lisa jungeis, I ricia Flkins, 
Paulette Jones. 



LISA BFRRV "looks" the 
ball into her glove to make 
sure of the catch. 



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charges the net in an awav match. ball to make a lore hand shot. mination in his face and body. 






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STRIDING to his left, Scott Arbogast keeps his PHIL BAUDE leaves his feet in this tore DINKING theballover the net, Scott Arbogast tries to 
eye on the ball and sets up for his back hand. hand return. catch opponent backing up. 



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SCOTT ARBOGAS r runs to the ball SEAN WILLIAMS stretches it PLAYING DOUBLES, Manly 
and tries to position his racket for the out to try lor a return against Tom and Sean Williams work 
return. his opponent. together on the tennis learn. 







TENNIS I EAM: LOP ROW — Mike Manning. Chris Doench. Marc Vestal, Phil Baude, lames Rios, 
Jason Brown, Manly Lorn BO L LOM ROW — Bob Page, Lyson Tom, Mimi Montanez, Mike N'barra, 
Coach John Renterla, Jerod Nunii, Stott .Arbogast. 











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Mike Vbarra concentrates ARBOGAST 

on his follow through. follows through 

after a fore hand 

return. 



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Rally Squad Earns Awards at Camp 




ANA OHIl.D and (jiidv Hilburn stand prctariouslv at the lop of a pMaiind diiiinj; 

a f(X)tball rally in the Stoncbargi-r (iyinnasiuin. AI)Ik- Cirej^orv. Markcll Stan, Mari\ 

Shanti. and Lisa Machaao form the base of the pyramid lor this yell routine 





LISA THOMPSON, with the other Rally Squad members, perform 
the skit "Homecoming Queen With the Ciun." during this year's 
Hometoming Rally. 



\ arsitv tiheerleaders C-iikK llilbuiii. Mai kell Stan, and Mari\ Shanli stare on at the 
game for another history makmg moment during the LION'S 1985 football season. 





RALLY SQUAD members hold up 
the Crash poster as the fooibati 
players await the second half of the 
Final Chapter, during the Frida\ the 
13th game against .Antioch which the 
Lion's won. 



F.CST,\TIC: studeiiLs Sigrie 
Jensen. Kim Machado. and 
Debbie Dir share a happy 
iiKjment discussing IJbertys 
yictory oyer .Antioch. the 
first in 1 (i years, at the after 
game dance, on Friday 
September 13. 1985. 



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IHK l.ION MASCOT play> 
peek-a-boo with the referee, dis- 



IV RA1,1,\ ,S(^L AD MLM- 
BERS pertorni before the 



peek-a-tK)o with the reieree. dis- btKs perlorni oetore the 
tractine him from the game, crowd and Homecoming Top 
hopefulTv in favor of the Lion's. Ten at the Homecoming Rally. 



KRISTIN ANDERSON, Audra Fiech.sing, Rachel Dias, and Angela Witt try to boost 
the Lion team and the fans spirit as well as the score during a J v Basketball game. 




VARSITY SONGLEADERS 
AND MASCOTS stand 
around during half time of the 
football game, discussing what 
thev should do next. 



FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS 
keep the spirit of the 'biggest 
crowd' of season soaring. 





RALLY SQUAD: TOP 
ROW — Kim Machado. 
Jaime Trioke, Markell 
Starr, SECOND ROW — 
Marcy Shanti, Cindy 
Hilburn, Debbie Dir, Lisa 
Machado, Kim Williams, 

BorroM ROW — 

Michelle Sou /a, Debi 
McBride. Ana Child, Shel- 
I y C a r p e n d e r , A b b i' 
Gregory, Michele Trebino. 
and Lisa Thomp.son. 





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ACTIVITIES 



As usual Homecoming was the biggest activity and Graduation was the final one for the year. With Queen, Michele Trebino, 
watching the King, Tony Darone, helped the Varsity team to an exciting victory. The Junior Class captured both the first place in 
the float competition and the coveted Spirit Trophy. 

Formal Dances were certainly a highlight of the year. The sophomores and juniors changed the name of the Sophomore 
Hop/Junior Prom to the Sophomore-Junior Prom and held their dance on May 10 with a theme of "A Night to Remember." 
They crowned Rose Melgoza and Carlos Ortega as King and Queen and danced to the sounds of a DJ who played the latest hits 
on a 12 foot video screen. Rounding out the court were Michelle Manko, Cathy Priddy, Shannon Rowland, Brooke Lunsford, 
Jesse Gonzales, Boo Cervantes, Adam Furlong, and Joe Compili. 

Every Senior knew it was "In the Air Tonight" as they arrived at the Claremont Hotel in their fancy cars and limoson May 31. 
Dinner was compliments of the class because of their improvement on the CAP Test scores. And after dinner it was dancing to a 
DJ and videos. 

In music Jeanette Braxton was named the Jenny Lind winner while Margaret Freeman captured the coveted John Phillip 
Sousa award in band. 

Adding a haunted house to their carnival, the CSFers enjoyed a successful fund-raising event and used part of the money for a 
trip to San Francisco. 

Highlight of the year for manv seniors was the annual .Awards Assembly at the Community Center. The following received 
awards: Daughters of the .American Revolution Good Citizen .Award, Tammy Texeira; Soroptomist of the Delta Youth Citizen 
Award, Michele Trebino; East Contra Costa Soroptomist Youth Citizen .Award, I ammy Texeira; Student Board Representative 
Recognition Award, Rick Johnson; East Contra Costa Jr. Miss Scholarship, Jeannette Braxton, Danielle Batista; Brentwood 
Lions Scholar-Athlete .Award, Tvson Tom; Yearbook .Athlete of the Year Awards, Wendy Haag and Tony Darone; Brentwood 
News Scholar-.Athlete .Award, Paula Hale and David Berghult; .Armv Reserve National Scholar-.Athlete Award, Terri Treichelt 
and David Berghult; Oliver Bascom Memorial .Award. .Mike Kennedy; Delta Art Association Most Outstanding Senior Artist, 
Suzanne Jepsen; Delta .Art Visual .Art Scholarship, Jody McMurrian; Brentwood Women's Club Art Award, Suzanne Jepsen; 
John Phillip Sousa Award, Margaret Freeman; Lou Bronzan Best Thespian Award, Jason Giddings; Jenny Lind Award, 
Jeannette Braxton; Brentwood Lions Club Charles B. Weeks Ag Award, Nancy Somerhalder; Brentwood Lions Club Pat 
Callaghan Science .Award, Liz Linch; Herb R. Scott Memorial Scholarship, Uriel Oseguera, (ireg Perry, and Jeff Scott; Roger 
Short Band Memorial Scholarship, Margaret Freeman, Rosanna Panopio. and Todd C. Martin; LUHS Science and Technology 
Scholarship, Rick )ohnson and Tyson Tom; L'(> Davis Aggie Alumni Scholarship, Tammy Texeira; Native Daughters of the 
Golden West-Bryon, Marci Shanti; Elk's National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarship, (^hris Doench, Liz Linch, and 
Tammy Texeira; Engineering Council Award, Tyson Tom; Wrestling Scholarship, Alan Jensen; Italian Catholic Federation, 
Michele Trebino; Orders Sons of Italy Scholarship, Michele Trebino; Cal Lutheran College Regents Scholarship, Terri 
Treichelt; Lutheran Brotherhood Scholarship. Terri Treichelt; Cabrillo (^ivic CMub Scholarship, Liz Linch; Dennis Main 
Memorial Scholarship, Nancv Somerhalder; Knightsen Community Scholarship, Cireg Pery; C^onner Foundation Scholarship, 
Debi McBride. Patricia Campbell, Cindv Ciuiterrez; Lisa Price and Beatrice Henriquez; C.AEOE Scholarship, Bernie Sanabria; 
LEA Scholarship, Greg Perrv; CSE.A Scholarship, Liz Linch; LUHS .Associated Students Leadership Scholarship, Tammy 
Texeira and Michele Trebino; LUHS CSF Scholarship, Kindra Coble; Class of '78 Memorial Scholarship, Bernie Sanabria; Class 
of '81 Active Student Scholarship. Marci Shanti. Azteca Club Scholarship, Beatrice Henriquez, Uriel Oseguera, and Bernie 
Sanabria; Bilingual/Migrant Parent .Advisorv Committee Scholarship. Beatrice Henriquez and Mario Ortega; Comite Civico 
Patriotico Scholarship. Bernie Sanabria; Bethel Island Lioness Scholarship. Sara Sipes; Bethel Island Womens Club Scholarship, 
Sara Sipes; Brentwood Police Officer's .Association Scholarship, Mike Sigman; Brentwood Rotary Club Scholarship, Bernie 
Sanabria; Brentwood Womens Club Scholarship, Stephanie Cavagnaro; Flor Do Oakley Portuguese Scholarship, Greg Perry, 
Jeff Bettencourt, and Tammy Texeira; Mexican Benevolent Association, Uriel Oseguera; Brentwood Womens Club Scholar- 
ship. Nfike Ybarra; East County Humanitarian Scholarship. Chris Doench; Super Styles Barber Shop Scholarship, Jose Simone; 
Fellowship of Christian .Athletes Scholarship. Kevin Clutter; Sebastin Ourthiage Memorial Scholarship. Tammy Texeira; 
Graves Brother's Memorial Scholarship. Margaret Freeman; Oakley Womens Club Edith Dal Porto Memorial Scholarship, 
Danielle Batista; Tom Mian Memorial Scholarship, Tyson Tom and Michele Trebino; LUHS General Scholarship, Liz Linch; 
LUHS Memorial Scholarship. Wendy Lunsford. Sanni Panopio, Terri Treichelt, and Uriel Oseguera. 

On June \i, the Senior Class of 1986 bid farewell to Liberty Union High School. Valedictorians were Liz Linch and Tyson 
Tom while Michele Trebino was the salutatorian. The Student Speaker for Graduation was Margaret Freeman. 



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Trebino, Darone Reign at Homecoming 




Sv^flH^S-oM '"'n '■T^'""r "'V"'""'''rT'"^ l^^^^^ ^^-^^.^BR'-^ i'* '«s^i^""'l <r<'ni her car by SMILING so n.celv for the camera, Debi McBride 
RalU IS Jell Scott, one of the I op I en candidates her father at the Homecoming Pre-game ceremo- arrives in front of the Homecot^iing crowd on 
'"' ^"'^ "'«. Ohmstede Field. 




MICHELLE TREBINO has just learned that 

she is the 1985 Homecoming Queen. The 

announcement was made by Grand Marshall. 

Keith Dawson. 

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MIMI FEJES, Jaime Troike. and Jodie Thorpe ride 
through the streets of Brentwood during the Home- 
coming Parade. 



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"WHO ME?" Jared Nunn seems to be puzzled 
by someone's question as he participates as a 
"Slerd" during Homecoming festivities. 



SrUDKNT BODY PRKSIDENT, Tamara 
"HOMECOMING QUEEN." Lisa Thompson Tneson the Teixeira, is escorted into the Homecoming 
crowd during a skit performed at the Homecoming Ralh. Rally by Mike Oolburn. 




ONE SENIOR falls off the 

Class of '86 pyramid as the SCOTT GERRY displays his school 

other class members attempt spirit as he dresses up as Rambo 

to hold steady. during Homecoming Week. 




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HOMEC:OMING KING -AND 
QUEEN, Michelle Trebino 
and Tony Darone. pose for 
a picture after they were 
announced as the winners 
during our traditional Home- 
coming Rally. 



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l.IZ LINCH: Pat Clallaghan Award. 

Elks Scholarship, Cabrillo Scholarship. 

CSEA Scholarship, LUHS General 

.Scholarship. 



DAVin BERGHULT: Army 
Reserve Scholarship, Brentwood 
Mews Scholar Athlete Award. 



MARCI SHANTI: Native 
Daughters Scholarship, Class 
of '81 Active Student Scholar- 
ship. 



TERRI TREICHELT; Cal Lutheran 
Scholarship, Lutheran Brotherhood 
Scholarship, LUHS General Scholar- 
ship, Army Reserve Scholarship. 




GRK(. 1•KRR^ : LEA .Scholarship, Herb R. Scott 
Memorial Scholarship, Knightsen Community 
Scholarship, Flor Do Oakley Portuguese Scholar- 
ship. 



JEFF SCOTT: Herb R. Scott Memorial Scholar- 
ship. 





Seniors Garner Awards at Assembly 




TAMMY TEXEIRA: UC Davis 
Aggie Alumni Scholarship, Elks 
Foundation Scholarship, Associated 
Students Leadership Scholarship, 
Flor Do Oakley Portuguese Scholar- 



ship, Sebastian Ourthiage Memorial 
Scholarship, Daughters of the 
American Revolution Good Citizen 
Award, East County Soroptomist 
Youth Citizenship Award. 



MICHELE TREBINO: Soroptomist 
of the Delta Youth Citizen Award, 
Italian Catholic Federation Scholar- 
ship, Order Sons of Italy Scholarship, 



LUHS Associated Students Leader- 
ship Scholarship, Tom Milan 
Memorial Scholarship. 




lEANETTE ENGLAND: receiving RICK JOHNSON; Student Board 
ner award at the assembly held in the Representative Recognition Award, 
Community C.enter in June. LUHS Science and Technology 

Scholarship. 



WENDY LUNSFORD: 
Memorial Scholarship. 



LUHS 



WENDY HAAG: Yearbook Senior 
Athlete Award. 




Linch, Tom Share Valedictorian Honors 




MR AM) MR> RON kRlMlAM) 

wave to the cheering stiulfnt> and 

guests at (iradualioii. Ro\ ami t.axi 

were gixeii special diplomas as ihe\ 

marked tneir retirement after 37 vears 

(each) of teaching at Ijbertv. 



SlNC.lNCi the National Anthem 
were seniors lodd Marim. Ike 
Moiuanez. and JeriKl Nunn. 




BOARD MtMBKR. Leonard StMOR CLASS PRtSIDENT. W I NOV conditions did not daunt the 

Gerr\. proudly presents a diplonia Bernie Sanabria. presents the Class spirits ol these two Libert\ graduates, 

lonisown son. Scott. of '86 gift, a scholarship, to Mike (-reg Hav and Brand\ Baize. 
.Milani. student btxl\ president for 



•HAIL LIBERTY" is sung for tht 
final time bv the Class of 1986. 





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"YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE" CIELEBRA riN(; ihcir giadiiaiion from EiIktiv. 

was the iheme ol Margaret Freeman's these senior boys "gel cra/y ' aftei the (oiulusion 

speech lor the 81st Graauation ceremo- of the ceremonies, 
nies lor I.UFES. 




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stMOR C;EA.SS Ai)\ ISORS. Mr. MARt.AREl FREEMAN, student PRINCIPAL, lack Ferrill PHIL BAUDE, Greg Perry, and Kevin 

\ u I'hornhill and Mrs. Norma speaker, and Terri Treichelt show presents the giadiiating class to Kalinowski bid each other and 

F(|uinoa. lead the graduates off the tlieir happiness upon receiving their the Board of Trustees and certi- classmates a final farewell before 

luld lo conclude the evening festivi- diplomas. fies that they have met the leaving the field and going on to other 

lit ~- requirements to receive their things. 

diplomas. 



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RAQUEL GENSLKR 

patiently lace paints a 

young girf at the annual 

CSF C^arnival. 



THE FEARSOME FOUR, show 
oil their "smiles" before the 
Haunted House is opened at the 
(Carnival. The lour worked very 
hard to n\ a k e sure I h e \ 
frightened the young children 
that came through the Haunted 
House. 




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MlCHEl.l.E MAFSU FANl, MIMI MOM ANEZ guides llie voung 

attends to a customer at the children through the face painting line. Bottle Roll, trying to score a strike 
Wheel of Fortune. She is alK)ut Fhis year's CSF Carniyal was a great 
to give the Wheel a Lucky Spin. fundraiser, to help pay for awards at the 

aiuuial CSV .\ward Night. 



1 WO KIDS try their best at the Milk COI.LIEN VANDERPOOL hurried- 
ly puts up balloons at the dart throw, 
which was her station at the annual 
(;SF Clarnival. 




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THE KIDS "EYE" the many goodies 
during the (.ake Walk, they each had 
hopes of winning the biggest cake that 
night. 



CHRISTY PRICE seems to be 
surrounded by the balloons she kept 
blowing up at the carnival, but she 
still managed to keep smiling. 




LIZ LINC;H anxiously awaits to 
announce the winner of the Cake 
Walk. Lisa Price seems to be hav- 
ing fun walking her friend 
around the Cake Walk. 



HEATHER POERTNER is all smiles 
after spinning the "Wheel of 
Fortune," the yoimg boy is anxious to 
see if he is a winner. 



MR. GHOST is telling his old 
"famous" ghost stories, to the 
three teens, who are waiting 
patiently for the outcome of the 
story. 



LEAH HOOS watches as the young boy 
throws a ring at the bottle, during the 
Ring Toss. 



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HEY. DECK!' Ihe last two "COME ON you guys, you gotta cheer, thev "MARVIN 1. IPS on the little "CAN ANYONE find the real 
guvs to Ix't with nie on the can hear vou!" Eric Overnolizer tries to toad." Cast members are Sean, Sparactus?" Cast members ask each 



Cubs were at f> to o," druin up support for his C^ubs. 
xiiments Kvie Cursi. 



Scott, Mike, Shcri, and Kvle. other this important question during 

"Bleacher Bums." 




Play makers Present 'Bleacher Bums' 




RICHIE, Kyle Cursi. throws the 
game ball back onto the playing field 
amine the production of "Bleacher 
Bums. ' 



CAST CALL; members of the "Bleacher 
Bums" are Chris Emerson, Sheri Bradley, 
Sean McCauley, Mike Hudson, Scott Gerry, 
Eric Overholtzer, Chris Emerson, Matt 
Curtis, Kyle Cursi, and Susan Stoeffler. 



EYES of the "Bums" are riveted on a long fly 
ball that they hope will be good for a home run. 




CHECKING his statistics the 
cheerleader, played by Eric 
Overholtzer, is prepared to 
answer any Cub questions. 






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MARVIN cools off Richie when the action heats up during the performances of 
"Bleacher Bums." Mr. Mark Gates persented his first production as the new 
Playmakers advisor. Mr. Gates formerly taught at Edna Hill and was in charge of 
performances at that school. Spectators were cooled oil in this scene if they were 
m the front row. 



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Thank You To Those Who Helped 






\l\K(.\Kli IKFKMAN. .i(ii\nns IIRSI JIMOR KDI lOR-IN-CH IFF 

cditm .irui |<>lti) Phillip Soiin.i Winiu-i. K\FR. Cl.iMoii Ocloll lookson at llu-CSF 

t '.V^Sd/ ^^^^^^VH li.iN .1 smilo loifM-iAoMc .IS sill- rulers the- Honors Dfssort. ClaMoii >ilso hfcomcs 

liaiui loom. Maij^arct kept .ill oi us loose the llist time two year editoi-iii-c liief . 
aiul eas\ with her smile and cheerful 
m. inner. 

D.WK PFARSON. assistant S K N lO R F: I) IFO RS. Suz y ^H ^ ' - ^'^fejj \ . vl^ J^ gW 

editor, kept all of us honest with Nelson, jeanelle Fngland, and ^^H ^^.^S, ^"^^W^^^k^"** l^^^^^'^ 

his comments and timelvobserv a- Monica Reiswi^ help add charm ^^^^ ^l^^it^^ .^^^. < l^Slfe^k. H^^^^^^ 

tions. and c lass to the .id sec tion \i\ beiii^ 

in tlie pic lures (Maver's Jewelers). 

198() LlOX Kditor-in-tllicf Making a yearlM)ok is as hard a job as it sounds. V'ou are literally "writing a Ijook," with illustra- 

1986 LION Staff ti<jns. Ihe number of people involved and the amount of Wcjrk put into it is incredible. Nothing 

T'l-ivtcHi OHell FHitor w'ould have been accomplished without the hel|)ofniany special people. To the whole staff, you did 

_ ' """.' ' a great job. Saturday workdays at 6 a.m. should be declared unconstitutional, however, you still 

Uave Pearson Assistant LdltOr showed up. To Jeff for all the great photos; to Katie and Michelle (Matsutam), you make a great 

Jeii Hurcl rhoto hclltor team; to Margaret for a super job on activities and for your welcome smile; to Heidi for doing 

.Staff Members: Katie Usher, Heidi evervtiiing and anything; to Ruth for your hard work (keep it up); to Monica and .Suzy for your 

Stewart, Monica Reiswin Suzv Nelson creative ideas; to Dave for vour great communication; to Jeanette, Michele (Mercado), Ana, 

Kitliv \fcNf il Mir helle MfTriov •>; '^'" '"^'"'" (^^eadows), Kathy, Frank, Chris, Marilyn, and Don; without all of you we would not have 

... 11.. 1 . -• 1 11 »f ' gotten it done. .And a special thanks to Mrs. Wanda Kceney for selling yearbooks, keeping our 

Mithele Mercado, Mictielle Matsutam, account stmight, and those lunchtimc chats. To Billie Casey and all the staff that gave so generously 

Rutli Panopio. Margaret Freeman. of their time, thank vou. 

Marilyn IVderscjn, Kim Metz, (Ifiris To Mr. Bill Batze, advisor, counselor, friend, teacher, and slavemastcr; your dedication to the 

Addinffton F^rank Pastor leanette yearl>ook. staff, students, and teaching are unmatched!; for burning the midnight oil and sacrific- 

r- i' I \ /"III ing weekends completely, vou were the heart of the staff. 

Lnsjland, Ana (.fiild. %, , ^ / ,,,^„. ,..,,. , , w..,^ 

, . '^ thanks to everyone tor 1986 and 1 m looking forward to 1987. 

'^f'^'^"'" Bill Batze Thank You. 

Clayton Odell. editor-in-chief 



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Yearbook Uses Unique Theme for LION '86 




YKARBOOK ADVISOR and golfer, 
Mr. Bill Bat/e looks over things 
before starling in the Herb R. Scott 
Memorial doll I Oiirnainent. Mr. 
Bat/e has been chairman ot the 
tournament for its first two years. 



OUTSTANDINC. AD SALES IN- 
DIVIDUAl.. Kim Metz is 
photographetl during her typing 
class, kim sold more new or first time 
ads than any other person on stall. 



FRANK PASTOR, sports, and 
Ruth Panapio, freshman class 
editor, look over things during ad 
pictures at Brentwood Auto. 



JKFF HURD plays the computer better 
than the piano but is willing to show he 
can try as he is photographed at Geddes 
Music Center in Antioch. 




CURRK;ULUM editors, Kathy McNeal and Michelle Meadows, dis- 
cuss fowers during the ad picture sessions in the spring. These two young 
ladies were the first to finish their section. 




In September, Mr. Bill Batze's classroom was filled with eager students wanting 
to help create a yearbook for 1986. By May, 15 hardy individuals were working 
diligently trying to finish it. The year promised many strange phenomenon, the 
Class of '86 was born in '68 and graduated on Friday, June 13. "Superstitions" 
permeated the Sports, (Campus Life and Faculty. 

Our staff chose the theme "Superstitions" because of the mystique surrounding 
the Class of '86 and the three Friday the I3ths this school year. Our first football 
victory of the year came on a Friday the 1 3th and the CHass of '86 would close out 
their high school career on PYiday the 13th. 

Our staff was mostly inexperienced but willing to learn. Because of a decrease in 
sales, the number of books and pages were both cut to a new low; but it was quality 
not quantity that counted. 

Computer work, master layout design, and instruction were all in the capable 
hands of Mr. Batze, who at times was the only sane person around. 

Congratulations Class of 1986 and (Jood Luck to the future Seniors, Juniors, 
Sophomores, and Freshmen. 

Sincerely, 

Clayton Odell, cditor-in-c liiel 

LION Yearbook Staff 

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Freeman Captures John Phillip Sousa Award 




KA lit LSUhR and Nathan t.iirskv plav I'l.AMNC. tlu- onlv oIxk- in ihc band is senior HF.ATHKR POER I NKR works with her sister on 
trombones in the Winter Coiuert. Kathrvn Poertner. the same imisit hut with diffcient instruments. 




CONCENTRATING FIERCELY. Scott Cerry JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA AWARD 
scowls at his music during the Winter Concert. winner, Margaret Freeman, and Jeff 

Sonenberg play as part of a quartet. 



WITH BOB SMII H DIRECTING the national 
anthem, Kav .Austin plavs the bells before a home 
football game. 



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MEMBFRSoltheBrassSectionpose MEMBERSofthe Woodwind PLAYING THE TUBA. Paul 
for a formal picture at the Winter Section strike a pose for the W'itt firmly grips the mouth- 
Concert, photographer at the Winter piece for his part in the Winter ■! 

Concert. Concert. ■ 





SURROUNDED by ROCHELLE DIAS 
others, Kay Austin plavs and Raquel 
the clarinet for the band. Gensler try to 
watch both the 
music and the 
director as they 
play. 



■QL IE I l.^ " Director Bob Smith signals both with hand and mouth that this passage is softly plaved. 





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Braxton Captures Jenny Lind Award 




<;i -s AK S rOFFFI FR S .nni "AN 1 l>avi- ... do is duam" is si.ng MRS. SUE STUART directs the RFX-EIVING her Senior Award is Sanni 

Pmopio and le uutte B^^^^ bv Kn< Ovcrhoi./erand Margarel Girls Ensemble during the Spring Panopio; presenter is Mrs. Stuart, 

combine iheir talents lor this song. Freeman, a. compamed bv tl.e .\ Concert. 

C.apella (.hoir. 





AN AMKRICAN SAI.L' IK," the C.iils ACCOMPANIED b\ the A Capella Choir, 
I iiNemhle provides the chorus lor this song. leiiuy Lind Award Winner, Jeanelte 

Braxton, sings a solo, "The Lion Sleeps 
Tonight." 





JENNY LIND WINNER, Jeanette Braxton smiles at Mrs. Sue 
Stuart and waits for the music to begin. 



( OMEMri.Al 1\K. Wvs. Stuart takes a few TOSSIN AM) ILRMN Dennis 

seconds to reflect before the start of the Spring DeErates has a good time performing 
Com en in the Communilv Center. this tune at the Spring Concert. 





A CAPELLA CHOIR MEMBERS are directed by 
Mrs. Stuart during the Spring Concert. 



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"GIVE IT K) MK!" One plavcr "NO YOU DON'T!" I'm not letting vou 
tries to take the ball awav from make that long court pass. 

another while he tries to just 

hang on to the hall aiici his seat 

on his donkcv- 



"WHIC;H way did they go?" 
One player looks wav over his 
shoulder to check the flight of the 
ball. 



SHARY PARTRIDGE looks (or tli 
open person or is the open donkey-' 




Liberty Challenges Livermore in Donkey Ball 




"1 SEE THE BASKET, now how 
do I slow this animal down long 
enough to shoot?" 



"WHOA THERE! Once you get one 
of these things started, how do you 
stop it?" 




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1985-86 FFA OFFICERS: TOP ROW — Matt Dutra, Chaplain; Wallv Partridge, 
Sentinel; Kyle demons, Vice-President BOTTOM ROW — Corrina 6oniinguez, 
Treasurer; Danielle Batista, Recorder; Dana Peterson, Secretary; Darren Jarvis, 
President. 



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Texeira, Trebino Lead Student Body 




TAMMY I EXKIRA, studiin Ixxlv pusKiciu. 



MICMKl.K IRF.BINO. stiidtnt Ixxiy 
vi<i'-prt'si(lciit. 



LISA MACIHADO, studciii body secretary. 




JANNEL EITHER, student body treasur 



MR. ROY GHIGGERI, athletic director and MARCI SHANTI, commissioner of Rally Squad, 
director of student activities. 



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SlLDKNl BODY I'RKSIDKNI. 
Taminv Texeira, applauds as Mr. 
Jack Ferrill lienors Mr. Frank Stonc- 
tiarger on his birthdav at a hoiiic 
football contest. 



MKMBKRS ol ilu- sludcut 
leadership class. Debbie Dir 
and Jetf Bettencourt, enjov 
the nuisic as a casual dance. 



DORSl.N BKRl.INN and 
Susan Dejcsus, commissioners 
of Rallies and As.semblies, talk 
to the Homecoming crowd. 





RALLY SQUAD 
MKMBKR and a stu- 
dent in the leadership 
class, Jaime Troike 
enjoys her flowers at 
the I Jomecoming Rally. 




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STUDENT BODY 
VICE PRESIDENT 
and also Homecoming 
Queen, Michele 
1 rebino, poses with 
the King, Tony 
Darone. 



^1 UDENT LEADERSHIP: TOP ROW —Jeff Bettencourt, David Beighult. Kevin Kalinowski SECOND 
R( )\v — Marci Shanti, Heather Roemer, Dorsey Berlinn, Debi McBride, Debbie Dir, Jerod Nunn. Lisa 

1 liDmpson. Paula Hale, |eff Scott, Michelle Sousa, Wendy Haag, Mimi Fejes, Christy (Iray LHIRD ROW 
— Kim Williams, Kim Machado, Lisa Machado. AbbeC.regory, Korrin Ghiselli BO ITOM ROW — Carna 
kiidriguez, Robin Cialey, Susan Dejesus, Michele Trebino, Rick Johnson, Shellv Carpenter, Jan Biher. 

I .immv Icxeira, Chris Doench. 




Curriculum 



This has been a vear of change for the staff at Liberty. Changes started last July with the sudden resignation of Mr. Tom 
Himmelberg as principal. With this vacancy existing the Superintendent, Dean Bettker, had a decision to make whether to go 
outside the district and recruit or promote from within. The decision was made to promote vice-principal Jack Ferrill to the 
principal position. Mr. Ferrill. who had been in charge of discipline and is a former PE teacher and coach, immediatelv had to fill 
his former position. Again, the administration chose to promote from within and Mrs. Cathy Dickey was selected to be the acting 
vice-principal in charge of discipline. 

With the departure of Ms. Marcile Wright in October yet another opening was created. Mrs. Bev Sadler was picked for 
Marciles Director of Curriculum and Instruction replacement; while Mr. Bob Glenn took over the project end of the job. 

Two new mentor teachers were named this vear bringing the total to four. Mr. Bill Batze was chosen in late January, while Mr. 
Rolla Lewis was designated in Mav. 

During the year Mr. Bettker became Dr. Bettker with the successful completion of his doctorate at USC in October. 

The Board of Trustees saw change as incumbent, Mrs. Janet Berumen, was defeated in her election bid for another four years. 
She was replaced on the board bv new-comer, Mrs. Joanne Byer. Successful in re-election bids for the Board were Mr. Leonard 
Gerry and Mrs. Arlene Poerio. Shortlv after the elections, the Board voted not to renew the contract of Dr. Bettker. On May 15, 
the Board of Trustees designated Mr. Philip White as Superintendent of Liberty Union High School District. Mr. White was 
Principal of Clalifornia High School. He had been with that district since 1979. He is a charter member of the San Ramon Rotary 
and has received the Paul Harris Award from the organization. Mr. White is involved with the San Ramon \'allev Business and 
Education Round Table. Mr. White has a wife and two teenage daughters. 

Starting change alreadv for next year, the school saw a numberof staff members retiring this year: Mr. Keith Dawson (PE), Mr. 
Rov Krumland (Business). Mrs. Gavle Krumland (Home Ec). and Mrs. Bernice Weborg (English. Math and History) and Mrs. 
Billie Clasey and Mrs. Alta Ackerman secretaries. The Krumlands had been with the district for 37 years; w bile Mrs. Casey had 2 1 
years and Mrs. Ackerman had 27. Mr. Dawson came to the district in the 5()'s and will continue as head \'arsity track coach. 

The 1985-86 school year welcomes the new teachers at Liberty which are Mr. Hugh Peterson, Mr. Mark Gates and Mr. Jim 
Sanford (English); Mr. Bob Reed (Science), Mrs. Libby Miller (Math), and Mrs. Lori Rivera/Smith (Foreign Language). 

Nine teachers were granted tenure this vear. Thev are Mrs. Cathv Dickey, Mrs. Norma Equinoa, Mrs. Velma Gonzalez, Mr. 
Don Lopez, Ms. Jan McAlister. Mrs. Norma McCain. Mr. Tim McHugh, Mr. John Renteria and Mrs. Katherine Sorenson. 

One of the biggest changes to hit the campus this school year was a disastrous fire in the Attendance/Counseling Office 
complex. Set deliberately by an arson on January 20. the fire completely gutted the Attendance Office and smoke-damaged the 
Counseling end of the building. Virtually all permanent records and grades were salvaged but the SASI computer equipment 
had to be completelv replaced. The Counseling Office moved to the (>areer Clenter while the Attendance Office took up head- 
quarters in the old computer lab. 

The fire delaved not onh the construction of the new science complex but the rennovation of the older buildings. As if that 
weren't bad enough, leaking, underground tanks forced further delays in the science complex. When soil samples were taken in 
the area of the new science complex, it was discovered that gasoline had leaked into the ground from two tanks that had been 
abandoned years before. 

Change was evident in the phvsical appearance of the campus. Seven new portables were added during the summer and 
"Portable City" was born. The new classrooms were welcomed by the "gypsy" teachers who had been forced to teach in staff 
rooms, the gymnastics room, and the cafeteria for virtuallv the first quarter. Later in the school year, the portables that would 
house the King Vocational students arrived and were rapidlv set up. These students were expected to be on campus the third 
week of June. Even more portables are on order as the community continues to grow rapidly. 

Change has already started with the classified personnel. Mrs. Gale Fitzgerald accepted a better position as press operator for 
Contra Costa Countv and Mr. Bret Loomis w as hired to replace her on our campus. With the retirement of Mrs. Casey, the search 
started for a new principals secretary; Mrs. Robin Beck, registrar, was selected to the position. 

Yes, it was indeed a year of change for the staff of Liberty. 



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ALTA ACKERMAN 

Counseling Secretary 

JAMES ALVES 

A.B., Spanish 1. Spanish 2, Espanol. Practical Spanish 

JULIA ARCE 

B.A., M.A.. Counselor, CSF Advisor 



ARTEMISA AUDIFREZ 

Migrant BiLingnal Instructional Aide 

KAYE AXELGARD-REEVES 

B.S., M.S., Physical Education 1,2,3.4. Unit Bargaining feam, 
PE Department Chairperson 

WILLIAM C. BATZE 

A.B.. U.S. History. .American (".ovcrnment. Mentor Teacher. 

Annual Staff, Yearbook Society; LE.\ President. Professional 

Relations Committee. Executive Board; lECX^ Policy Board, 

SIP Site Council. F(K)tball, Wrestling, and Basketball licket 

and C.ate Supervisor. Master Teacher. .Scott Memorial (iolf 

Tournanicnt Chairman. 



ROD BEAVER 

B.S.. Math 1.2 I\' Baseball Coach. Head J\ F(K)tball C:oach. 

(.lass of '87 .Xd visor 

ROBIN BECK 

Registrar 

DEAN BETTKER 

B..-\.. M..A.. Ed. D.. Superintendent 



JERRY BLACK 



M.S., A.B.. Biology .\. Biology B. Math Center; \ arsitv 
Baseball Coaih. Salars (Committee 

GARTH BLANCH ARD 

ROP Meets 

DENNIS BUCKLEY 

B.S.. Physics, .\udio-\isual. Chemistry, Unit Bargaining 

Team 



MARIAN CANEPA 

A.B., M.A., Psychology. World History 

BILLIE CASEY 

.Administration Secretary 

HAROLD CHILD 

A.B., World History, U.S. History 




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Clothing Classes Move to "Portable City'' 




BARBARA CIAPPONI 

A.B.. M.A.. I.e. Siiciuc, La I'aloiiia Resource Teacher, ESL, 

Reading Rcadmrss, l.rairiiiin (li-nlri. Co-Advisor Playmakcrs. 

(;rk(; CIAPPONI 

Smdfni I ladui. |\' \<)lk'vl)all Coach 

CARLKNK COLBURN 

(iiouiids Sii|KTvisor 



JERRY CRAWFORD 

B.S., Prc-Calculus. Ccomctry, Algebra 1,2, Maih Dcjjartmeiit 
Chairman 

SANDY CROSSLIN 

Fiscal I c-(hiiician 

FLORA DAVIS 

Attendance Office 



KEITH DAWSON 

B.A., M.A., P.E., Block "L" Advisor, Cross Country and 
Frack Coach 

FRANK DEPARSIA 

A. A., B.A.. English B. Math B, Science B, (Careers B, Social 
Studies B, Driver Training 

CATHY DICKEY 

A.B., M.S., Vice-principal 




MRS (,.\N1. KRl'ML.ANI) assists one ot her SPVI.NC; on the annual stall phoiogapher. Mr. 

Mndcnts in the old (lothingcla.ssroorn. InOctolx-r. Don Barros, Mr. Richard Hackelt. |)<).ses for a 

I In < lothing cla.s.ses moved to "Portable Calv" and a picture at the start of his English class. 
l)t.mfi new lab. 



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I KACHKK OK I UK N KAK, Mrs \ ARSIKV K)() KBALLCOACUKS. 

Ciayl Kriinilatui. climbs into her Mr. Dennis Hcnticrson and Mr. |cTr\ 

Honiftoining Parade vehicle at l.illev. siirvev I he Hornet oining RalK 

(iarin Sch(K)l. crowd. 




Krumland Garners "Teacher of the Year' 



PEGGY DUNGAN 

Attendance Secretary. CISKA Vice-President 

JUDY DYE 

Transportation Secretary 

RONALD ENOS 

A.B.. Intro to Algebra, Algebra 1. Math 2B 



NORMA EQUINOA 

A.B.. English 1.'2. .Advanced Reading 

MAGGIE FAJARDO 

Transportation Supervisor 

JAGK FERRILL 

M..\., Principal 



GALE FITZGERALD ' 

Press Room Technician. Textbook Supervisor, A\' Supervisor 

DOREEN FORLOW 

M. Ed., A.B., Special Education Co-ordinator, Work Study 

Teacher, Woodshop "^ 

SUE FORTNER . ' 

M..-\.. Head Counselor '• 




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CINDY (;ai.ky 

IVisoiiiii'l I cdiiiiiian 

ROY (;hi(;(;kri 

A.B., MA . A.I)., .SukUiii I.c-adtrship, Adult KdiHation 
Diicdoi, .Alliii-lii Diicdoi, Diroloi <>l Sliidful A(li\ilics 

LINDA (;hilardu(:(:i 

A. A., A.B., I'liysital Kdiuaiioii, Head \,irsitv Vollcvball 
Coatli, Assislaiit Varsity Baskctl)ali Coach; lilock "f." Advisoi 



JEANNE GLENN 

B.S.. M.A., Foods 2, Foods 4, On Your Own, BcginuitiK 
C.hi'f, Child Di-vciopmi'iit, Senior Society 

ROBER r (;lenn 

M.A., B.S., Biolof^v A, Matli Resource Teacher, Cha])ter I 
Coordiii.itoi , Sc ieiue Cliairiiian, Project C'oordiiialor 

AR L GONZALEZ 

B.A., M.A., U.S. History. American ('.overiinieiit. World 
History 



ROBERT GONZALEZ 

B.A., Wood Shop, Metal Shop, Klectricity, Electronics, Drivers 
Training 

VELMA GONZALEZ 

B.A., Knglish Skills 2. Beginning Art, IXl-HC 

RICHARD HACKETT 

B.S., English 'S Undi'rcunrnh Advisor, Honors English 



CAROLYN HALE 

Executive Secretarv 

GERALD HARDT 

A. A., A.B., Driver's Education, Occupations, Driver's 
Training Coordinator, CA TE Coordinator 

TOM HAWKINS 

B.A., English 1,2, 



DENNIS HENDERSON 

B.S., W'oild llislorv. I'.S. Historv. .•\ineriian C.overnment, 
Class of '89 .Xdvisoi . .\ssist,mt \arsilv Football tloach 

ELI AS HERNANDEZ 

B.S., M.Ed., ESI., Reading Readiness, Azteca C:lub Advisor, 
C'oiHiselor 



.^ JEANETLE HOB ART 

^B Instructional Aide, CSE.A Treasurer 



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Ferrill Assumes PrincipaVs Position 



KATE HOFSTEDE 

B.A., M.A., Learning Center. Resource Specialist, Special 
Education Department Chairperson 

MARK JOHNSON 

A.B., L.H., Language Development, Freshman Basketball 
Coach, Assistant Track Coach 

WANDA KEENEY 

Financial and Supplies Clerk 



DAVID KIRBY > 



Counselor 

GAYL KRUMLAND 

A.B., ("lothing. Interior Decoration, Foods, I'eacher of the 
Vear, Hoinemaking Chairwoman 

ROY KRUMLAND 

A.B., Typing 1,11, Clerical Office Practice, Business Education 

Chairman 



WANDA LA THROPE 

Business M.inagei 

DIANE LINCH 

Library ("lerk 

DENISE LINDSAY 

Projects/Curriculum -Set retar\ 








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JAN LINDSAY 

Aide (Sjjecial Education Department) 

DONALD LOPEZ 

B.S., Intro to Ag Science, .Ag Business, Horse Production, 
Computer Literacy, FF.\ Advisor, .Ag Dep.irtmeni Ch.iiini.iii 

ESTHER LOPEZ 

Math .Aide 



JAN MCALISTER 

Life Science, Biology, Earth Science, Physical Science, Class ol 
'89 .Advisor, Swimming Coach 

NORMA MCCAIN 

B.A., Shorthand. Typing. Business Fundamentals. Math Skills 

II 

SYLVIA MCCORMICK 

BiLingual .Aide 




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SCHOOL ADMINISTRAIORS, Mrs. Sue 
Former, head counselor; Mr. Jack Ferrill, Liberty 
principaL and Mr. Ken Forlow, LaPaloma 
principal: enjov the Homeconiing Parade as they 
ride through downtown Brentwood. 




MRS. BARBARA WMLLFIELD checks the first three layers of the faculty pyramid. This year the 
pyramid builders had to construct their structure and hold it for a minimum of five seconds; a task 
that proved difficult for the faculty and students alike. 



TIM MCHUGH 



B.A.. Soccer Cloach, Intro to Bioloev', Advanced Physical 
Science, Life Science, Class of "88 Advisor, S.^DD Advisor, 
Human Relations Advisor 

NANCY MCLAREN 

A.B., Practical Spanish, French 1,2, L'nit Bargaining Team, 
French CHub Advisor 

JOHN MEYER 

AM.. A.-A., Crafts, (Ceramics, Jewelry, General Science, 
Beginning Art, Wood Shop, Electricity 



JERRY MILLER 

>•**■ -Jl^^^B A.B., NLA., Phvsical Ldiitation 1,2,3,4, UOP Assistant 
Basketball Coach 

LIBUSHE MILLER 

^^^^^ B.S., NLith 1, Intro to Algebra, Foreign Exchange Club 
"^^ ^^^ .Advisor 

ALTA MURPHY 

.\dult Education Secretary 



JOANNE NASH 



B..\., CTConielrv, .Mgebra l.\. Intro to .Algebra, Class of "87 
.Advisor 

CAROLYN NELSON 

B..'\., M..A.. Ceomelry. Algebra lA. Intro to Algebra, 
Remedial Math 

JEANNE PARTRIDGE 

B.S., Phvsical Science, Life Science, Phvsiology, Class of '87 
.\dvisor 



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JULIA PASTOR 

Secretary 

FRANK PAYNE 

A.B.. Typing 1, Business Math. Computer Literacy, Unit 

Bargaining Team 

ALVIN PERRY 

Maintenance 



WILLIAM PETERS 



A.B., Beginning An. Advanced Art 1,2, 3. Paintiiij^ and 
)rawing, 1,2,3, Fine Arts Department Chairman. Salary 



Committee 



HUC.H PE lERSON 

A.A., B.A., M.A., Knglish Skills 1.11. Knglish 11 

RITA PIRTLE 

B.S.. M.S., Business Fundamentals, BookecMjing and 
Recordkeeping, Mentor Teacher, LK.A Treasurer 



JAMES PLATO 

B.S.. ISl) 

LUCILLE POR lER 

Special Kdiualion Instructional .\idc 

MARTHA QUESADA 

Sccreiar\. Rall\ Stju.id .Advisor 



LOU RACKE 

ROl'. Aidi Drawini;. Intro to Drawing. Metals 2. Intro to 
^ Metals 

RUDY RAMIREZ 

(iaidner 

SHARON RAMIREZ 

Teachers Aide 



ROBERT REED 

B.S., Life Science, Physical Science, Assistant N'arsity Baseball 

Coach 

ARLEY REEVES 

Maintenance 



JOHN RENTERIA 



A.B., World History, U.S. Historv. Pep C:iub .Advisor. Tennis 

Coach, .Academic Decathlon C^oach. Advanced Placement U.S. 

History, UCO Coordinator, Master Teacher 




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I 



Casey, Dawson Share Grand Marshall Honor 




BRYAN ROOFE 

Buildings and (rounds Supervisor 

BUD ROSS 

CiardiuT 

ROBERT RUSSELL 

A.B., English Skills 3, Senior English, VndercurrenLs Advisor 



BEVERLY SADLER 

M.A., A.B., Reading 1, Reading Skills, Director of 
Curriculum and Instruction, Language Arts Department 
Chairwoman 

ETTA SANCHEZ 

Special Education Secretary, CSEA President 

JIM SANFORD 

A.A., B.A., M.A., English Skills U, III 



MIKE SCHRADER 

B.S., M.A., M.S., Vice-principal 

CAROLYN SHERMAN 

Grounds Supervisor 

ROBERT SMITH 

A.B., Symphonic Band, Instrumental Studies, English Skills, 
Band Club Advisor 




Al. I A MIRIMIV cnjovs a good laugh as she takes MR. KEITH DAWSON and Mrs. Billic Cascv. (.rand Marshalls for the 1985 Homecoming Parade, 

a break lioiii bcr duties as Adult Ed .Secretary. Alta walk arm-in-arm during the biggest rally of the year. Both staff members announced plans of 

handled the scheduling of classes for our evening retirement. One of their duties as Cirand Marshalls is to announce the Homecoming King and 

program. Queen. 



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TONYA SMITH 

Language Arts Aide 

WILLIAM SXOW 

B.S.. M.A., Federal Government. Ps\cholog\, Stx:iolog\. SIP 
Resource Teacher. Social Studies Department Chairman 

KATHERIXE SORENSOX 

.A.B.. M.L.S.. Head Librarian 



SUE STUART 

.•\.B.. Choir, Pop Chorus. A Capella. Mixed Chorus. Girls 
Ensemble. Chamber Singers. Choir Club .Advisor 

VIC THORXHILL 

English L English Skills 1. Unit Bargaming Team. Senior 
Class .Advisor. Mentor Teacher. LE.A \'ice-president 

GRETCHEX TOX'AR 

.\.\.. B..\.. Spanish 1.2. Espanol. Pep Club .\d\isor 



LOREN VETTER 

SjKxial Education .\ide 

BEVERLY VOX KRAKAU 

SIP Sfi reiar\ 

BERXICE WEBORG 

.A.B.. English II. World Histon. Social Committee 

Chairwoman 



DOROTHY W EEKS 

Grounds Supervisor 

PAULA WELL 

M..\.. A.R.. Written Expression. Reading Comprehension. 
.American GovernnK-nt, DC-DC 

BEV WESTBERRV 

Math. Reading. English .Aide 



BARBARA WHITFIELD 

B.S.. M.S.. PEOPEL PE. SIP Site Council. Student Review 
Team C^oordinator. Counselor 



GARY WILSOX - 



A.A.. B.S.. ROP Auto. Auto 2. Welduig 

LUCY WOXG 

Pavroll -Accountant Clerk 




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Faculty Show Interest, Involvement 




CAFK IKRIA PKRSONNKL: Sandv Ihoinas, Alma Bowling, Ruth I'astor.Sue 
Staiidridge. Riibv Jones, Dolores Kelly, Willis Difley, Ruby Rcdenbaugh, 
Carol I.viuloii, Barbara (Hark (manager). 



TRANSPORTA HON PKRSONNKl.: Kay Orsetti, Jose I.opez, Jena (lliiozzi, 
Dennis Berg, Florence Ditmars, Juanita Addington, Judy Dye, Belly DeHart, 
Rose Lima, Maggie Fajardo, Barbara Carroll, Cerri Bottoms, Arlene 
Fernandez, Pam Krasner. 




MR. HAROLD CHILD smiles for the 
photographer as he crosses campus during 
the start of second lunch. Mr. Child teaches 
World and U.S. History. 



NF.VV to Liberty this school year. Mr. Mark Gates 
relaxes in the fa< iillv lounge .if tcr school. Mr. (iatcs 
teaches F^nglish and is the Play maker Advisor. 



MISS LINDA (iHII.ARDUCCI watchs her 
students olay basketball during an afternoon P.K. 
class on the blacktop area of the campus. 



COVKRKI) with whip-cream, Mr. Vic Thornhill 
surveys the remainder of his pie at the conclusion 
of this contest. Mr. rhornhill is the Senior Class 
Advi.sor and the vice-president of LEA. 



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AD DIRECTORY 



A&A Auto Parts: 159 

Katherine S. Agua: 163 

Allison Interiors: 190 

Alpine Packing Co.: 163 

American Plumbing: 157 

Annabella Fashions: 190 

Antioch Auto Toggery: 160 

Antioch Dodge: 164 

Antioch Marine: 163 

Arata Printing: 164 

A Shear Sensation: 190 

Bank of Agriculture and Commerce: 164 

Bank of America: 160 

Beasley Electric: 164 

Bell Roofing: 166 

Berg Jewelers: 164 

Berry's Pastry: 190 

Bill's Fishing and Guide Service: 164 

Brentwood Auto Parts: 166 

Brentwood Cafe: 167 

Brentwood Florist: 163 

Brentwood Funeral Home, Inc.: 190 

Brentwood Furniture: 190 

Brentwocxl Hardware: 169 

Brentwood Muffler: 169 

Brentwood News: 166 

Brentwood Pharmacy: 169 

Brentwood Transmissions; 170 

Brentwood Vacuum: 167 

Brentw(K)d Veterinary: 190 

Broderick Real Estate: 170 

Seldon Brusa AsstKiates: 165 

Buzz Inn: 170 

California Delta Newspaper: 179 

Cal-Neva Slush Co.: 173 

Caramiho Produce: 170 

The Car Lot: 167 

Casey's Auto Body: 173 

Central Bank: 173 

Centromart: 168 

Citicorp Savings: 167 

Columbus Travel Agency: 169 

Copper Kettle: 173 

Creative Image: 161 

Cutino's: 169 

Dallas Shanks Chevron: 174 

Dana's Super Styles: 169 

Dave's Trailer Service: 174 

Dejesus Pump and Well: 170 

Delta Cleaners: 170 

Delta Fence Co. 1 7 1 

Delta Travel Advisors: 174 

Diablo Farm Equipment: 172 

Diablo Vacuum: 174 

Diablo View Florist: 174 

Dip-N-Dive: 190 

Don's Distributing Co.: 160 

Don's Look TV: 174 

Dream Brides: 177 

Dutch Pride Dairy: 190 

Dwelley Farms: 160 

Ted Enea Dairy: 177 

Ernie's Liquors: 177 

Famous Fashions: 180 

Farmer's Insurance: 179 

Frames and Things: 177 

Gatewood Sheet Metal: 179 

Geddes Music Center: 178 

Gene's Villiage Deli: 190 

H&M Auto Dismantlers: 178 

Hair Encounter: 177 

Halsey's Feed Supply: 178 

Harris Lumber: 180 

The Health Hut: 177 



Hernandez Real Estate: 180 

Hobin and Wheeler: 180 

Ike's -Acme Club: 180 

IRS 1 Hour Cleaners: 185 

Island Head Quarters: 184 

House of Le; 184 

Jacob's Well Christian Book Store: 157 

Jake's Variety: 190 

Drs. Lee: 184 

Lee's Market: 180 

Liberty Drug: 183 

Light Soda on Tap: 183 

Lone Tree Medical-Dental: 186 

Luckvs: 184 

M&L Irue Value Hardware: 183 

Manny's Shoe Repair: 157 

Mayer's Jewelers: 183 

Dr. Daniel McCurtain: 175 

Md-iiughliii and VVildman: 184 

NelxTgall C^onsiruciion: 187 

Neighlx)rhood Video: 190 

Palace .Sporting (;<M)ds: 160 

Oaklcv Pharmacy: 186 

The Old Hardware Store: 186 

Pantell's Music Box: 184 

Panther Drive In: 160 

Performance \'ei and Supply: 160 



Pittsburg Wholesale Grocers: 187 

Precision Brake: 190 

Rich's DriveTn: 181 

Joe Riley's State Farm Insurance: 179 

Rock Bottom Records: 186 

Rose Glass: 190 

SADD: 158 

Scotto's Auto Body: 187 

Schwinn City: 157 

C. Sp)ediacci Roofing: 157 

Stamm Theatres Inc.: 182 

State Farm Ins.: 157 

Super Styles: 157 

Swisher Cement: 176 

Linda Taylor: 190 

Technical Business Systems: 189 

Televents: 160 

Dana Trent's Electronic Repair: 189 

Tux of Class: 189 

Video Cinema: 187 

Video C:itv: 162 

Video LISA: 188 

\'irg Floor Covering: 157 

Ben Wener Photography: 191 

Westside Bank: 189 

Western .Auto: 160 



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Public Relations, Bernie 

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Advisor, Mr. Tim McHugh 



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Mailing: P.O. Box 579 
Brentwood, CA 94513 



Warehouse: 1203 Hwy 4 
Brentwood, CA 94513 



Televents 

Cable T.V. 

634-3583 

101 Village Dr. Brentwood 



WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 

James E. Collins 
Owner 

Congratulations Class of 1986 
235 Oak Street 



Brentwood 



634-4363 



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Congratulations 

to 

the 

Class 

of 

1986 




BARROS 



Creative Imaaes 






FflOFESSIOIiAL PHOTOGRAPHY 



1357 Buchanan Road, Pittsburg, CA 94565 

432-8000 



TIME CAN STAND 
STILL for you on that 
one special day of your 
LIFE with a portrait 
from Barros Creative 
Images Photography. 



JEANETTE ENGLAND 



M0N1C;A REISWK;, Jeanette lEANETTE ENGLAND, Suzy 
England, Suzy Nelson Nelson, Monica Reiswig 









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JEFF HURD 



VIDf C Clf T 

Everything for Home Video 
THE AREA'S LARGEST VIDEO FILM LIBRARY 

SALES • RENTALS • SERVICE 



Ray & Michele Lucchesi 




1706 'A' Street 

Antioch, California 94509 (415) 757-6635 

Affiliate storM In Lafay«tt«, PiMsant Hill, Oakland & San Laandro 



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♦ BEEF 




« BACON 

* SAUSAGE 
• LUNCH MEATS 



Alpine Packing Company 

WHOLESALE BUTCHERS 
SAUSAGE MANUFACTURERS 



TELEPHONE (209) 477-2691 

9900 LOWER SACRAMENTO ROAD 

STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA 95210 



"You'll savor the flavor of Aloine Products . 



KATHERINE S AGUA 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. INC 



14151 754 8788 • Antioch 



3009 Delta Faib Blvd 

P O Box 1288 

Antioch CA 94509 



For All Your Bcutiiiy Nt^eJs 



Antioch Marine Sales and Service 



e;'":; W Ti.itci S;rc<M 
Ai>: ,,i h. CA 94'^,C)9 



FRANK P BILLECI 

14 K,' 7'jJ 1BO6 




>^. 4 J^^ ■'317 Hwy. 4 

Brentwood, CA 94513 

(415) 634-4313 




Rachel de Santiago 

Manuel de Santiago 

Se HabIa Espanol 






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KA THY McNEAL, Michelle Meadows 



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JKFF HLRl). Kuih Panapio 



ANTIOCH DODGE 



85 E. 18th Street 
Antioch, CA 



757-7200 
827-0810 



livxK ( )i A(,i<ici i:i I m: cX c c )mmi:rck 



Ronald E. Hicks 

I in Fnsulinl 
Manager 

740 First Street 

Brentwood. California 94513 

(415)634-2111 



BILL'S FISHING AND GUIDE SERVICE 

Stripe Bass. Sturgeon. Buack Bass 
Campjng Trips 



BILL WEBSTER 

l_icENSED Guide 

over as YRS. EXPERIENCE 




P.O. Box -113 

BETHEl. ISLAND. CA 34511 



TEL 415-684-3498 




ARATA PRlnTIMG 



1323 4th ST 
ANTIOCH. CALIF. 94509 



>M. 



(-415) 634-3639 



Uiamonas <• Jewelry = Oi'ts 



PATRICK R. BERG 

P.O. BOX 397 625 
BRE.STV.'OOD CONTRA COSTA 
COUNTY 
94S<3 


FIRST ST. 
CALIFORNIA 





(415) 634 4671 




SetuUy SUcttic 



HOMER & HOYLE SEASLEY 



44 SYCAMORE AVE 
BRENTWOOD. CA 94513 



JEFF HURD 



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Seldon Bnusa Associates 



Serving Your Every Insurance Need 




Manny Borges 

100 N. Cherokee Ln. 

Suite B 

Lodi, CA 35240 

C203] 333-2523 



Seldon C. Brusa 

1 1 00 W. Toka St. 

Suite B 

Lodi, CA 3524D 

C203] 334-3255 



Success to all Liberty Lions 



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CURT BELL 
Raefinf Centr«c»«r 
Lie. Ne. 99*S«0 



PHONE (415) A34.S5M 




CUSTOM SHINGLING 

NEW NOOFS AND OLO 

SHAKES ■ CEDAR ■ COMPOSITION ■ SIOEWALUS 

ESTIMATES ■ INSPECTIONS ■ REPAIRS 

POST OFFICE BOX 801 • OAKLEY, CALI F08NI A 94561 



BRENTWOOD AUTO PARTS 

1387 HIGHWAY jr4 
BRENT\VOOD, CA 94513 
PHONE 634-3952 or 634-4450 



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WILSON BROS 

SINCE 1957 

Open Mon Sat 



QUALITY AUTOMOTIVE 

PARTS — AUTO, TRUCK, TRACTOR, AND MARINE 



RL' IH P.ANAPK), Frank Pastor 




Brentwood TVews 




654 3rd Street 
Brentwood, CA 94513 
634-2125 



RUTH PANAPK), Frank Pastor 




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i3 

THE CI\R LOT 




FRANK PASTOR, Kathy McNcal .^, 

BUY, SELL, TRADE • CARS, BOATS, OR ? 



THE CAR LOT 



739 2ND STREET Owner, KENNETH QUICK 

BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 (415) 634-1557 




FRANK FAS FOR, Kathy McNeal 




Brentwood 
Cafe 

446 Railroad Ave. 

(Former Owner of Bridgehead Gate) 
Hiway 4— Brentwood 

OPEN EVERY DAY 
6a.m. -10 p.m. 

634-6503 



FRANK PASFOR, Michelle 
Meadows, Ruth Panapio 




New-Used-RebuilT -Repairs 
Most Makes and Models 
Bags, Belts, Hoses, Parts 



BRENTWOOD 
VACUUM and SEWING CENTER 





634-8227 

1273 Highway 4 
Brentwood, CA 94513 
Liberty Link Shopping Center 



1203 Highway 4 Suite C 

Brentwood CA 94513 

Tel 415 634 2161 



CmCORPOSAVINGS 



Glenda Roddy 
Branch Manager 



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Cent O Mart 



FRANK PAS rOR. Ruth Panopio 




'-^- ^^ First & Chestnut 634-3601 
Hwy. 4, Brentwood 634-4435 
Hwy. 4, Oakley 757-4414 




MICHELLE MEADOWS, Ruth Panopio, Frank Pastor 

Q 

Brentwood j^ Pharmacy 



316 Oak Street, Brentwood, CA 94513 
"Rx and Gift Specialist" 
Gifts and Fine Cosmetics 
Hallmark Cards 

Phone 634-2156 

Jeanne Lobo Gene Lobo 



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(415) 757-3643 



^U^^m^m/u^ ^Jtave/^<Qi^ 



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„ r- 1 C 1 ASA' Complete Travfl Ajranqements by 

Susanne C. da Sllva r*jr ^.r. Sea or Land 

Owner/Manager 'TT^':^ f°' Individuals or Groups 

WEST SECOND AND G STREETS P O BOX 655 ANTIOCH CA 9450<) 



J^anA <StLnaiin. 
Owner 

240 Main Street 
Oakley»CA 94561 

(415) 625-2898 




Also Specializing In Brakes, Tune Dps 




Owner-Jim Pederson 



754 Railroad Ave. 



634-2200 



CUTINO'S 



DWIGHT MEADOWS 
OWNER 



P.O. Box 5 
Tire Center 500 Main Street Feed & Supply 

(415)625-2765 Oakley, California 94561 (415)625-2200 



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nARDfWASdB 

634-3201 





BUZZ INN 



Breakfast 
Lunch, Dinner 
795 Main Street Oakley 
625-0234 




"Lousy Food' 
Warm Beer 




ERNEST DEJESUS 
DEJESUS 

PUMP & WELL DRILLING 



Rt. 1, Box215-C 
Brentwood, CA 94513 



(415)634-3392 
License No. 353645 



(RODERICK 



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REAL ESTATE / 

IHVESTHEMTS ' 



EACH OFFICE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED 



TOM BRODERICK 

BROKER 

Res (415) 757-3911 



1305 Highway 4 

BRENTWOOD CA 94513 

(415) 634-3508 




CARAMIHO 




Produce Co. 



Congratulations 
Class of 1986 

Serving the Community Since 
1940 



TRANSMISSION •^ 
TROUBLE f 

BRENTWOOD TRANSMISSIONS 
Parts & Service 

(415) 834-1615 



1142 Highway 4 
brentwood. ca 9.4513 



Drapes * Alteration * Laundry 




WCKU PJ, DELIVEOV SERVICE 

Delta 
Clean§i:s 

634-3)3 

lOMST. 

BMNTWOOD 




FENCE CO. 



"We'll fence you in, 
or them out" 



• Industrial / Commercial / ReskJential 

• Chain Link / Ornamental Iron 



FRANK MARTIN III 

Highway 4 — Drawer P 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 



Brentwood (415) S34-5990 

Walnut Cree«( (415) 944-0379 

Livermore (415) 449-M75 




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John Deere Farm 
Equipment 

And Construction Products 



1237 Highway 4 Brentwood 



634-3578 





OnOER OUT 



Copper Kettle Deli 



For the Best Sandwich in Town 



634-2818 



313 Oak Street Brentwood. CA 9.4513 



Casey's Auto 



CARL CASEY ^t^lKE^H^Wt; 




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CENTRAL BANK 

OAKLEY SHOPPING CENTER. OAKLEY. CALIF 94561 



Victoria Nelson 
Manager 



(415) 757-6000 
625-2211 



^I'^S^ 




CAL-NEVA SLUSH CO. 



^C^pplt* 



311 S. FIRST STREET 

TURLOCK. CA 95380 

PHONE (209) 667-1602 



Slush Puppie Says: 



"Congratulations and Good Luck 

Seniors, and a Big Thanks to all 

the LIONS for a great Slush Puppie Year!!' 



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FRANK PASTOR. Ruth Panapio 



Chevron 



Air Conditioning, Brakes, Tune up & Towing Sen/ice 
Certified Smog Station 

DaRas Shanks Chevron, Inc. 

Chevron Service 

336 Oak St., Brentwood, CA 94513 

Phone (415) 634-8935 or 634-5043 



Dallas Shanks, Owner & Operator 



DIABLO VIEW FLORIST 



Flowers Whisper What Words 
Never Say 



FLORIST TRANS WORLD DELIVERY SERVICE 

1925 D Street. Antioch 
7574636 



SALES— NEW & USED . SERVICE . ALL MAKES 
TV RENTALS • RENT TO OWN 



Don's 

L©©KTV 

Color • Black & White 
306 G STREET. ANTIOCH. CA 94509 

Dc ^ Lobar (415) 754-6180 




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DELTA TRAVEL ADVISORS 

659 Railroad Avenue. Suite B2 
Brentwood. CA 94513 
.TMVLL/ (415)634-3542/634-6151 

CRUISE &. TOUR CONSULTANT 

Telex #171309 ^^^^f I© Bell 




DIABLO 

Vacuum and Sewing Center 

2806 Clayton Road 682-5377 

Concord, CA 



Lie. No. 280264 625-3622 

DAVE'S TRAILER SERVICE 

REPAIRS& PARTS FOR ALL 
TRAVEL TRAILERS & CAMPERS 

INSURANCE WORK 
WELCOME 

155 O'HARA AVENUE, OAKLEY, CA 94561 




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DR. McCURTAIN, Monica Reiswig, Suzy Nelson, Jeanette England, Staci Pastor 



Congratulations Class of 

1986 

Dr. Daniel McCurtain 



Chiropractor 



SornersviUe Pldzd 

2400 Sycamore Dr., Suite 18 

DR. McCURTAIN, Monica Reiswig, Suzy Nelson, [eanette England, Staci Pastor 



Antioch, CA 94509 
754-6780 





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(415) 757-3660 



CEMENT CONTRACTOR, INC. 



LICENSE NO 378838 



RT. 1, BOX 418 

HWY. 4 

ANTIOCH, CALIF 94509 




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^ THE 

HEALTH HUT 

Complete food & nutrition center 
Natural Foods 

Herbs p 

y^"" Books ^°'"r^f. 

Dairy Products 

|6345361| 



"'dis 



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Soft Frozen 
Yogurt 

659 Railroad Ave. 



Different Flavors 
DAILY 

Brentwood, CA 



Walk In Or Appt. 



featuring 
NEXXUS products 



HAIR ENCOUNTER 

Styling 
Regular Cuts 



MEN AND WOMEN 



Call For Appointment 
634H990 



355 Oak St 
Brentwood 



MARSHAL, Joanne and 
Ken Bilbo 

1 B3A A Street 

Antioch 754-34G4 



Ernies 



LIQUORS 

RUTH PANAPIO, Frank Pastor 






hy Sharon I.. 

304 "G" Street • Antioch. CA 94509 
(415) 778-r.OWN 






FRAMESnTHINGS 

ART GALLERY 
CUSTOM FRAMING 4 FRAMES 

DAVE MYERS 
(415) 778-1073 

2000 -A • STREET ANTIOCH. CA 94509 



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Ted Enea Dairy 

Features 
•^Crystal Dairy Products 




437 --O" Street 
Antioch. CA 9450?! 
Bus (415) 757-3640 
Home (415) 757-9*S.l 



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STACI PASTOR. JcancUc F.nglaiid, Monica Rciswig. Suzy Nelson 




"eDSUPply 



609 RAILROAD AVENUE • BRENTWOOD 

PO. Box 416 • Byron, CA 94614 
First in Quality g^ ^m ^m ^j £5 ^S ■• 
rst in Expenence ^ •* *• ^3 ^ ^ X 
Jim, Carol and Sheila Halsey 



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TUNING AND REPAIR 



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EMZL GEDDES 

Geddes Music Center 

205 G STREET 

ANTIOCH. CA 94509 

(415) 754-4466 



MONK A RKISUK.. If.itictte Kn^^iantl. Su/v Nt-lson. Siati Pastor 



H & M Auto Dismantlers, Inc. 

USED PARTS AND TOWING 

HIGHWA Y 4 AND BROWNSTONE ROAD 
(BETWEEN OAKLEY AND BRENTWOOD) 

P.O. BOX 565 

BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 

PHONE (415) 625-2753 



MONICA REISWK;. Siizv Nelson. Jeanette England, Staci Pastor 



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WAY TO GO 



CLASS OF '86 

We at the Daily Ledger have 
been telling Brentwood and 
East County about your suc- 
cesses ever since you were bom 
— from your birth an- 
nouncements to those big game 
wins. We're proud to see you've 
made it to this milestone. And 
we're looking forward to repor- 
ting your future successes! 



BEST OF LUCK! 

From your local newspaper, The Daily Ledger 





Lie No. 274675 



Gatewood Sheet Metal 

Sales. Installation, Service 
Arvel Gatewood 



(415) 634-2059 

Gatewood Enterprises, Inc. 



P O Box 248 
Brentwood, CA 94513 











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Auto • Home • Life 
Farmowners • Commercial 


Wallace Partridge, Insurance Agency Inc. 

AGENT 


Liberty Links 

1273 Highway 4 

Suite 2A 

Bus (415) 634-0333 P O Box 429 

Res (415) 634-1215 Brentwood, CA 94513 



FARMERS 

INSURANCE 

GROUP 



Joe Riley 

Sslos Representative 

857 Second St . Suite B 
Brentwood. California 94513 
Bus 63411 71 Res 757-8751 

Auto • Fire • Lite • Commercial 



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.MiU^BEB^nill^^i 



PMTE 




HARRIS 

Lumber and Home Center 

At The Corner 634-1 144 

Of Delta Sc Brentwood, CA 

Highway 4 



Jack P. Hernandez 



Licensed Real Estate Broker 



1456 Highway 4 
Brentwood, Ca 94513 



Area Code 415 

Office 634-4113 

Residence 634-4517 



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(415) 757-7585 



\ RICHARD HOBIN 

|i A Professional Corporation 

'f 

\ Hobin & fBhEEJEr ion a street 

! ATTORNEYS AT LAW Antlocti, California 94509 



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A Parine'ship ol Prolessionai Corporations 



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LEES MARKET 



Groceries, meat. Fresh Produce. Beer & wine 
We Specialize in Cuttincs Freezer beef 



Highway 4 and Sunset Rd. 

PnOf^iE 634-3019 BRENTWOOD. CA 04013 



tK« &p« cialii^ at<n« vJK«t« you'T« .^f>«^ial 



2nd S G Strffts 
757 -4600 



Antloch. California 94S09 



IKE'S ACME CLUB 
Oakley, Calif 




Louie & Arlene Fernandez 



3rd & Mam St 



FR.WK PA.SIOR 




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335 Oak St. , Brentwood 



Owner 

Rich Lovecchio 



Hours 

5 am-1 1 pnn 



FRANK PASTOR, Ruth Panapio FRANK PAS FOR, Ruth Panapio 




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CAMPANIL CINEMA 



BRIDGEHEAD DRIVE IN STAMM THEATRE 
CAMPANIL CINEMA & METRO 



cirnntS^ei" SEE A MOVIE TONIGHT 



Stanim 757-2308 
Metro 778-0900 






Beverage Syrups 

625 CHENERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 94131 



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JEWELERS INC. 

SINCE 1935 



G. Mayer 



516 SECOND STREET — DOWNTOWN ANTIOCH. CA 94509 — 757-1404 
2610 SOMERSVILLE ROAD — COUNTY EAST MALL, ANTKDCH — 7S7-7227 



SUZY NELSON, Jeanette England. Monica Reiswig 






1452 HICHWAY 4 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 

(415) 634-2141 



HARDWARE STORE 

M & L True Value Hardware 

Mdfine & Sporting Goods 

Highway 4 & Cypress Road 

^ Route 2, Box 393 ^ 

^'cZW Oakley, CA 94561 <^^'^^^^ 



(415)625-1373 



FRANK PASTOR, Michelle Meadows 








Law Offices of 



McLaughlin & wildman 



2211 'A" Street 
Antioch, California 94509 
Telephone (415) 754-2622 



• MARK A. Mclaughlin 



CHARLES WILDMAN 



Jose G. Martinez 



Richard Fertado 
634-2088 fj" 



HAROLD J FERTADO 
/^^^ HOUSE Of LE 



Roy Gursky 
634-4913 



Kenneth Lee 
778-1352 



311 Oak Street 
Brentwood, Calif. 



Office: 634-4112 



PANTELL'S 



ANTIOCH MUSIC BOX 



SAME LOCATION FOR 
30 YEARS 




WE SPECIALIZE IN 

AUTO STEREOS & ALARMS 

• SALE • SERVICE • INSTALLATION 
AUTHORIZED DEALERS 

/ILPINE . CDniONEGn- . ALPHASONlK- 
ELAypywKr • CLIFFORD •JET SOUND 



BIG DISCOUNTS ON ALL: 

AUTO & HOME STEREOS SPEAKERS • CB's 

EQUALIZERS • ANTENNAS 

FM BOOSTERS • HOME SPEAKERS 

CASSETTES • AMPLIFIERS • ALARMS 

LAYAWAY 



m 757-6618 



407 G ST ANTIOCH 






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KRANk PASTOR. Michillc Meadows 

LUCKY FOOD 
CENTER 

Sporting, Goods * Groceries * Deli 
Bakery * Fresh Meats * Produce 

101 W. Sand Cr. Road 
Brentwood, C A 634-2132 



Hair, Nail, &: Skin Care 





N€jus 684-3530 hcXus 

6277 BETHEL ISL RD . BETHEL ISL . CA 9451 1 



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AmefKan Opiome<ric Association 



Dennis Lee, O.D. 
Joanne M. Lee, O.D. 

A Professional Optometric Corp. 



2598 - County East Mall 
Antioch. CA 94509 



Telephone: 
(415) 757-5112 



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IRS / hoi^r 
CLE A NERS 



634-2^ n 




L.3 'JIl 

JEKF HURU 




KAIHY MCNEAI., Jeff Hurd 



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LONE TREE 
MEDICAL — DENTAL 




RUTH PANAPIO 



Dr. Abe Kaplan 

Dr. Hugh V. Maiocco 

Dr. R. Paul Krey 

634-3513 634-3501 

Brentwood 



• RECORDS 

• TAPES 

• T-SHIRTS 




• ROCK 

• COUNTRY 

• SOUL 



EWPi^ 



OPEN EVERYDAY • MOH-SAT 10-t • SUN n-« 

Antioch Square 



ANTIOCM. CALIFORNIA t490t 



757-7766 

Richard Armstrong 

Owner 



FRANK PASrOR 




OAKLEY P/iamacy 

Hwy. 4 Phone 625-2752 Oakley, Calif. 




ti\)t 0[ii l^artiUjarc ^tore 



629 FIRST STREET 
BRENTWOOD. CA 94513 
(415)634-3355 



STEVE BURGESS 



VIDEO 



CINEMIV 



CENTRO-MART CNTR. 
HWY. 4, OAKLEY, CA 
(415) 625-0088 



6277 -A' BETHEL ISLAND RD. 

BETHEL ISLAND, CA 9451 1 

(415) 684-3737 



Pittsburg 

Wholesale 

Grocer Inc. 

Congratulations Class of 1986 

Joe and Louise Drenik 

1051 Los Medanos Street 
Pittsburg 




AUTO SALES 



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STACI PASTOR, Monica Reiswig, Jeanette England, Suzy Nelson 

SCOTTO'S Auto 
Body & Paint 



1311 W. 4th Street 



754-5161 
Antioch, CA 





MClicriisiLL 



NEBERGALL CONSTRUCTION CO. 

ROUTE 1 BOX 215B 
BPENTWOOD, CA 94513 
OFFICE(415) 634-2122 
MOBILE 757-8818 #4408 

RAY NEBERGALL 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 

COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL 

VARCO-PRUDEN 

METAL BUILDING SYSTEMS 

EXCAVATING/GRADING 

DRARING 

LICENSE NO 252661 



STACI PASTOR, Jeanetie England. Suzy Nelson, Monica Reiswig 



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MOVIE RENTAL AND SALES 



VIDEO USA 



(415) 634-5751 




1273 Highway 4 


Owned and 


Suite 3 


Operated by 


Brentwood, CA 94513 


The Secrest Family 






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DANA TRENT'S 
ELECTRONIC REPAIR SERVICE 

659 Railroad Avenue. Suite BA 
brentwood ca s45i3 

(4.15) 634-0550 

VCR'S - COLOR TVS ■ STEREO EOUIPMEN1 
AM/FM/CASSETTE & CB RADIOS 



SHOP WORK 
SERVICE CALLS 



STATE 
REG «2l4eO 




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WESTSIDE 



BANK 



Liberty Link Center 



Brentwood, CA 




TECHNICAL 
BUSINESS SYSTEMS 

Sales, Service, Rentals. Leasing 

Call Us 

For All Your 

Business Needs 

510 West 2nd Street Antioch 778-1870 

MONICA RKISWIG 





PHONE 75V-5020 



[Jux of ClLa±6, 

At Antioch Square 
Formal Wear Specialists 



Tuxedo - Sales Rentals 
Mens Accessories 



A3 E. )8th St. 



DAVE PEARSON 



Antioch. CA 94509 




PRECISION BRAKE 
& 



FRONT END 



225 East 18th St. 
Antioch. CA 94509 



754-5853 



Rose and Sons Glass 

230 Chestnut Street Brentwood, CA 



COMPLETE LINE OF GOURMET FOODS 
CLOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY 



GENE'S 



VlUUAOK OCl-ICATCSaci 

1SU ASTKirr 

LIVIO A ILSII LOMtAROl 



ANTIOCH. CAlirORNIA 

JiJ-•*^1 



DIP-N-DIVE 

Pool Supply 

106 Railroad Ave. 754-4212 

^4 &\eniuMMd ^u\*ulu\* 



COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

CARPETS • FURNITURE • APPLIANCES 
TV • STEREO • DRAPERIES 



bU First Slreel 
Bientwood, CA 94513 



Vince and Barbara 

14 151 634 4480 



WCODING ■ BtHTMOAV PAUTT CaKIS 

Pi£S ■ Pastkics 



Lucky Shopping Ccntch 
IB72 A Street 



We Catt-r for Ladies, Cents, and Children 

American and European Styles 

Lots of Toys and Candv 



DAVID H.DAVID 
President 



czn'nnabzLLa 3a±ni 



PO Box 7. 
1420 Highwa; 
Brentwood, CA 4513 



to/21 



Tel (415)634-5304 



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;f.43 Somersvilk Rd , Amioch, CA 94509 
(415) 778 1112 




center^ 

Rob & Ruby Silverman 



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Linda Taylor 

CAPRI BEAUTY SALON 



•22 1 Oak Street 
Brentwood, Cahf. 945 K'? 



(415) 634-4812 
Thiir.-Fri.-Sat. 



DUTCH PRIDE DAIRY 

507 East 18th Street Antioch 

754-3555 




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JAMI S M»IIIMIN il.\ \| 

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Brentwood Funeral Home 



839 1st Street 
Brentwood, CA 



634-2171 



A SHEAR SENSATION 

1511 A St. Antioch, CA 



JAKE'S Variety 

"Old Time Variety" 655 First Street 

634-3296 
Brentwood, CA 




INTERIORS INC. 

»»»U.CCrVtBlNCS FLOOflS WirOOWCavERMGS 
ftS9 RAILROAD AVE BREWTWCOD.CA ftaSIS 

(415)634-1197 



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♦ PHOTOGRAPHY* 




11 West 6th Street 

Antioch, CA 94509 

(415) 757-5696 



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A unique friend 
A dear companion 
With your warm smile 
And your heart of gold 
You touched the souls of raany. 
You welcomed others to your heart. 
You welcomed them with open arms. 
Through you we learned to forgive, 
To smile, to laugh and to cry. 
We love you for your kindness. 
For your sincerity, and unending charm. 
We adore you for always being there; 
Friendly and always being there; 
But mostly we just thank you 
For being only you. 
And now you're gone from time 
You've vanished from our lives 
But never from the memories 
Which we carry on in tears. 
You're loved and missed by many 
The many who care 
No amount of wishing 
Could ever bring you back 
No amount of trying 
;^ Will ever set it right. 



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4 But your presence will still remain 
"i Only in the souls of those 
: Who can keep good memoi ' ' 
V Sixteen years is not enough 
■*^l That we can agree 
» If the Lord were asked a question 
'" I know what it might be. 

Why have you taken Beth . . . 
• Instead of taking me?? 
— Heidi Stewart 
Shaw Vierra 



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