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Encinian 2004 It Takes Takes All All It Kinds. .. .. Kinds. Encina High School 1400 Bell St. Sacramento, CA 95825 it takes all kinds Table of Contents Contents Page Dedication 4-5 Student Life 6-9 Rallies 10-13 Homecoming 14-17 Seniors 20-25 Juniors 26-33 Sophomores 34-43 Freshmen 46-51 Staff 52-55 Sports 56-101 Homecoming Dance 102-103 Colophon 104 Contents 3 One of a Kind... Teacher, mentor, friend Ralph Bonds M y name is Ralph W. Bonds, Jr. and I’ve been a teacher for 32 years. I’ve been a teacher in the San Juan District since 1987 and at Encina High School since 1994. Being a ‘teacher’ has always been the most fulfilling experience of all. For me, teaching has allowed me to be creative and feel enthusiastic about my job. At Encina I have enjoyed the opportunity to participate in the departments of Foreign Language, Social Studies and ELL. To those valued colleagues I offer my thanks. I have been fortunate to have a great family and I also have been fortunate to have had great teachers and it was mainly my teachers who were the one’s who challenged me to think critically, to achieve and to give back to the community, however, my ‘approach’ to being a teacher comes from my family. My family has always been 4 Dedication the source of inspiration for me. You know how you have that special person in your family besides your grandparents and your parents? goal of being a teacher. He was a musician (trombone), he loved studying Spanish and History and I have always enjoyed the same activities. For me it is my Uncle Julian Teaching and community s e r v i c e continues to be a ‘valued’ contribution in my family and I’m pleased to say that my wife and children are active in the field of Vela who was my special education inspiration, he was my medical care and finance. ‘mentor’and the best ‘example’ of how to be a I have been fortunate in successful professional. accomplishing my goal of Whatever my Uncle did, I being a teacher because I just knew that I wanted to do have always those things too. At a enjoyed working with young personal level, my Uncle was people which is an interest involved in music and church that started in church, activities and doing things continued in my Army with the family. My Uncle experience as a ‘musician’ Julian graduated from the and in teaching to this very University of Texas with the day. For me, working with young people has been a way of giving back to the community. As I go into retirement after 32 years I will always consider my Encina community my ‘school home’. I hope to keep up with Encina by attending Homecoming and by the various art events, as well as musical and dramatic presentations that Encina is known for. Dedication 5 Victoria Alvarez Above: John Martinez, Felicia Wilson, and Jimmy Smith Lyudmila Durkot 6 Student Life it takes all kinds of Student Life Below: William Cruz and Jorge Lopez Above: Izell Harris, Britane Stallworth, Teaira Harris, Jamelf Curtis Below: William Cruz and Jorge Lopez Above Middle : Ramin Nurullina, Valentine Smal Above: Mohamad Masri, Raa’d Masri, and Hamzah Maadarani Student Life 7 Cecilia Garcia aAbove: Marc Lucero more kinds of Student Life Vadim Ramamskiy Left: Anthony Vannata Below: Sonny Chavez Above: Erik Gunter Left: Teresita SalazarAnna Zuniga R it takes all kids of... allies R R 10 Rallies ight: Willie Cruz, Britane Stallworth, and Gary Nelson. ight: Lynn Begg and Student Teacher, Spencer Elliot A bove: Ayisha Oroy and Friends A bove: Jovice Cubrilo and Sandeep Singh Above: Maryanne Paea Rallies 11 R R ight: Sharmain Tramble and friends 12 Rallies more allies Left: Jessica Eason Above: Shyresha Ousley (Left) Mascott (Right) Above: Marquisha Smith (Left) and Domonique Moody(Right) Above: Domonique Moody Rallies 13 Above: Sonny Chavez and Elenoa Fatiau Above: Alysa Foehr and Matt Baggs Above: Marquisha Smith It takes all kinds to have a Homecoming Right: Sonny and Fatiau 14 Homecoming Left: Paul Oropallo Below: Aaron King and Cassandra O’Leary Left: Lacy Quirarte and Bruce Long Homecoming 15 Senior Float Above: Mrs. Becky Hurley and Jerry Burks, class of 1971 It takes all kinds of 16 Homecoming Above: Chelsae Millhouse Festivities Senior Float Above: Shawnquece Williams and Delilah Dixon Montoya Mayo Lisa-Anne Raber and Yanci Comerford Homecoming 17 Right: Jesus Ramos Below: Jasmine Kurr Below Center: Desere Maldonado Right: Antione Williams Above: Veibby Runtulalo 18 Seniors Left: Aaron King Class of 2004 Seniors 19 SENIORS Class of 2004 ZUBAIR AHMED FELICIA BARNHART JARED CAVALIERI 20 Seniors VICTORIA ALVAREZ-CHACON CHRISTINA BEAUCHEMIN REHMAN CHAUDRY MATTHEW BAGGS JARED BARKER ASHLEY BRITTON TRISTAN BURNS SONNY CHAVEZ ERIK GUNTER Sidekicks Ronald Koertge They were never handsome and often came with a hormone imbalance manifested by corpulence, a yodel of a voice or ears big as kidneys. Thankfully, heroes never die in movies and leave the sidekick alone. He would not stand for it. Gabby or Pat, Pancho or Andy remind us of a part of ourselves, the dependent part that can never grow up, But each was brave. the part that is More than once a painfully eager to sidekick has thrown himself in please, always wants a hug front of our hero in and never gets order enough. to receive the bullet or blow meant for that Who could sit in a perfect face and darkened theatre, body. listen to the organ music and watch the best of ourselves lowered into the ground while the rest stood up there, tears pouring off that enormous nose. from Life on the Edge of the Continent: Selected Poems, 1982 University of Arkansas Press, Fayetteville, Ark. Seniors 21 SENIORS class of 2004 KARLA JIMENEZ ADAM JONES ARON KING DIANA KRAMER ALLISON KURRE ALEXANDRA LEAL BRUCE LONG SOHEYL LAFZI 22 Seniors SAMANTHA JOSEPH SHARNIECE KIMBLE JASMINE KURRE ARBER MANE KRISTINA MAYEN ALEXANDRA MITCHELL CORTNEY NICHOLS CAMERON OLEARY CASSANDRA OLEARY LACY QUIRARTE JESUS RAMOS YEKATERINA RIS VEIBBY RUNTULALO YEVGINA RUSS JOSE SALAZAR JESSICA AZPILCSANABRIA Seniors 23 SENIORS class of 2004 DEREK SCISSON JASWIMDER SINGH JENY SUAREZ SHARMAINE TRAMBLE VITA ZABOLOTNAYA 24 Seniors KALIA ZACHARY MARIANA SOLOMON ANTIONE WILLIAMS RUSLANA SOLOZHUK FELICA WILSON Autographs Seniors 25 Above: Bridget Rougeau 26 Juniors Juniors Class of 2005 Left: Konstantine Rytikov Juniors 27 Desiree Abernathy Adolfo Aguilar Jesus Aguilar Daniel Akers Ninef Alkhas David Alvarado Leticia Andrade Lesya Andriyenko Jomayra Angel Kevin Apodaca Luis Aquino Tarek Araj Stephanie Bateman Jessica Roberts Bennett Samuel Bettencourt Marina Borisova Brandon Boyd Amanda Bright Jacob Brown Kenneth Buffer Porsche Carter Edgar Chavez Stephen Chavez Ashley Chew Jose Cobarruvias Ligia Cordos Brian Crabtree David Crellin William Cruz Jovica Cubrilo Right: Jerren White 28 Juniors Rory Darling Victoria Davis Ashley Dixon Alizabeth Doolin Charles Duncan Kizi Dunham Lyudmila Durkot Pavel Durkot Jessica Eason Anthony Edwards Raymond Estrada Douglas Faatiliga Quanisha Gaines Christopher Garcia Nelida Gatto Stephen Gilbert Luis Gomez Charles Gormany Deven Grant Julie Gray Oscar Gudino Swinatta Hall Armand Harris Abigayil Harrod Micaela Hearn Maritza Hernandez Neti Hicks Tygar Hicks Juniors of all kinds Juniors 29 Juniors Pierien Inniss Whiteney Jackson Predrag Janjic La Quisha Johnson Jourdan Joey Alyssa Kahili Gennadiy Karavan Arica Karli Dilpreet Kaur Lamar Kelly Yevgeniy Kerez James Kilfoyle Mariya Kokorevich Yekaterina Kozlova Amber Kramer Lizbeth Castillo Laguna Hoang Lam Jennifer Lastra Sarah Lefrak Jamie Leslie Anatoliy Levchuk Latrice Lindner Gustavo Lopez Maria Lopez Renee Lopez Daniel Gomez Lopez Andres Lozano Jacob Lucas Miguel Macias Ana Magana Joseph Manley Aleksandr Manzyk Brittany Marshall John Martinez Raa’d Masri Katherine McGann David McKenna William Molina Andrew Monday Andrew Monroe Stephanie Monroe Mayra Montano 30 Juniors Juniors Dominique Moody Kenon Muzzy Alla Nakonechnna Gary Nelson Chi Nguyen Nataliya Nikitchuk Ramina Nouroullina Arley Ordway Joel Ortiz Maryanne Paea De Autry Parker Roshan Patel David Perez Hieu Phan Phutavong Phongsavanh Amanda Prater Randy Predium Reginald Preston Ulysses Pridgen Diana Prudente Donte Ragland Colleen Rauscher Nichole Rauscher Clariza Rizaldo Lauren Rocheleau Jamila Ross Sparks Chevon Rosson Bridget Rougeau Christopher Runnels Jeremey Runnels Konstanine Rytikov Justin Salinas Jonathon Sanchez Janelle Sannicolas Jose Servin Rebekah Shiltz Amber Simms Navjit Singh Valentina Smal Jimmy Smith Marquisha Smith Matthew Smith Juniors 31 Juniors Cody Southerland Britane Stallworth Louise Stewart Marshelle Tan Lonnie Taylor Ebony Thomas Letaunya Terrell Jesse Torres Tuyet Truong Jack Tumanon Tiffany Turner Alicia L. Uribe Edward Ursulescu Felicia Vazquez Gabriel Vazquez Ismael Ponce Vazquez Francisco Villapando Linell Villegas Leone Vuetivavalagi Antoinette Walker Justin Wheeling Jerren White Andre Williams Natalya Zinchuk Nancy Zuniga 32 Juniors 2005 Daybreak Galway Kinnell On the tidal mud, just before sunset, dozens of starfishes were creeping. It was as though the mud were a sky and enormous, imperfect stars moved across it as slowly as the actual stars cross heaven. All at once they stopped, and as if they had simply increased their receptivity to gravity they sank down into the mud; they faded down into it and lay still; and by the time pink of sunset broke across them they were as invisible as the true stars at daybreak. from Mortal Acts, Mortal Words, 1980 Juniors 33 Below: Andrey Ostapenko 34 Sophomores Above: Leeann Beasley, Brittnie Scott, and Jonell Little C lass of 2006 Sophomores 35 Amber Abrigo Stephanie Acedo Maksin Agiy Christian Aguilar Maria Aguilar Manzoor Ahmed Fawzi Alfaris Duane Altman Janessa Ashford Sahara Avila Gagandeep Bains Michelle Baker Shannon Baltzell Jaime Banales Martha Barrena Leeann Beasley Henry Bell Feather Benning Andrey Borul Danny Brown Barbara Brownlee Igor Brutskiy Tomas Burdick Jessica Burgos Shanice Burks Carl Burnside Kelvin Burt Anthony Bustamante Christen Campisi Hector Castillo Martina Castillo Monica Castro Liliana Ceja Alejandra Cerna Lakendra Chambers Tara Chapman Nick Cherenkov Ashlie Chimero Carlos Cisneros Gabriel Cittadini Yanci Comerford Eric Conner 36 Sophomores Left: Felicia Watson (senior) and Jamera Stennis (sophomore). class of 2006 Numbers by Mary Cornish I like the generosity of numbers. The way, for example, they are willing to count anything or anyone: two pickles, one door to the room, eight dancers dressed as swans. I like the domesticity of addition— add two cups of milk and stir— the sense of plenty: six plums on the ground, three more falling from the tree. school of fish times fish, whose silver bodies breed beneath the shadow of a boat. Even subtraction is never loss, just addition somewhere else: five sparrows take away two, the two in someone else’s garden now. There’s an amplitude to long division, as it opens Chinese take-out box by paper box, inside every folded cookie a new fortune. And I never fail to be surprised by the gift of an odd remainder, footloose at the end: forty-seven divided by eleven equals four, with three remaining. from Poetry magazine Volume CLXXVI, Number 3, June 2000 Three boys beyond their mothers’ call, two Italians off to the sea, one sock that isn’t anywhere you look. And multiplication’s Sophomores 37 Windy Contreraz Timothy Crabtree Tashell Daniels Vanessa Day Shane Dellinger Nicolaus Dillon Ja’miela Dinkins Delilah Dixon Keyonna Dorsey Cesar Duran Christina Elliott Jose Espinosa Susanna Espinosa Ezequiel Espitia Farzin Farahmandnia David Felix Anna Fomichev Carlos Garcia Francisca Garcia Luis Garcia Sergio Gatto Yuriy Golovey Carlos Gomez Karen Gomez Christopher Gonzales Joe Gonzales Abraham Gonzalez Judian Gonzalez Karla Gonzalez Sophia Gonzalez 39 Sophomores Sophomores Class of 2006 Above: Rodrigo Salazar and Ismael Vazquez-Ponce Sophomores 39 Sophomores Dustin Gosnell Jessica Gray Adam Green Sikandar Gul Betsy Gutierrez Brittany Hankins Teaira Harris Sharla Harris Aram Hashemiseyed Nathan Haynes Joann Head Maria Immoos Jacqueline James Sjontae James Terence Jennings April Johnson Danielle Johnson Philip Johnson Milen Karavan Zachary Kathan Carolyn Kendrick Alena Kerdey Jacqueline Kersch Rebecca Kersch Azadeh Khademi Miroslav Khashchuk Hyuk Kim Oleg Kirpichov Olga Kiselev Rita Klahorst Iryna Kokorevich Irina Kolomiyets Vita Korniychuk Nadezhda Korovina Natividad Laguna Pauline Landeros Misty Larez Sandro Leal Olivia Neon Andrey Lipiyev Maxim Lipiyev Jonell Little 40 Sophomores Class of 2006 Inda Lopez Alla Maksim Gloria Malbrough Daren Malone Carlos Mantilla Jessica Martin Gerson Martinez Masri Mohammad Sarah Massey Andre Mayo Ashley McElreath Corey McKenna Christina McDaniel Christopher McGann German Mendoza Maria Meza Marissa Millhouse Oresea Mitchell Jina Morales Eldar Moraru Tammie Nguyen Viktoria Nikitchuk Viktoriya Nikulin Eric Ochoa Ayisha Oroy Victor Ortega Yuriy Osiychuk Andrey Ostapenko Shanna Oxenrider Janet Pasillas Gaurang Patel Jerisha Patterson Angelo Peralez Chelsy Phillips Julian Pinzon Jerin Poletti Andrey Pruimak Lisa Raber Robert Ramirez Penijamini Ratu Steven Reed Kamika Reliford Sophomores 41 Sophomores Patricia Renaud Robert Richardson Marla Robles Sebastian Rodriguez Shawnteaz Rombey Anatolie Rosco Jose Ruiz Joshua Rundle Rodrigo Salazar Ruth Samuel Cornelio Sanchez Yolanda Sanchez Jordan Saputo Christopher Sarcona Chaulzy Sargent Danielle Schutz Brittnie Scott Pedro Serralta Calene Shurtz David Silchuk Sandeep Singh Katina Skiff Anthony Sloane Nicole Smith Robert Spratt Jamera Stennis Faletoa Sua Crystal Sullivan Leigh Taylor Jose Tejeda Toby Tennessee Heather Thixton Atreyu Thompson Reed Thompson Joshua Tow Ashley Travis Sergey Tsushko Maxim Tsymbal Madel Tumanon Yuliya Turko Rolando Vargas Diego Vasquez 42 Sophomores Sophomores Brittany Vaughn Pavel Vecherkovskiy Camille Waters Donsha Watkins John Watson Antwain Watts DeJone Watts Justin Watts Keana West Shante Wheeler Neil Wheelock David White Krystle White Michael White Shawnquece Williams Tristan Williams Michael Windom Tiffany Woolfe Diana Zahra Maricruz Zamora Omar Zuniga Sophomores 43 Freshmen class of 2007 Naming the Stars Joyce Sutphen This present tragedy will eventually turn into myth, and in the mist of that later telling the bell tolling now will be a symbol, or, at least, a sign of something long since lost. This will be another one of those loose changes, the rearrangement of hearts, just parts of old lives patched together, gathered 44 Freshmen into a dim constellation, small consolation. Look, we will say, you can almost see the outline there: her fingertips touching his, the faint fusion of two bodies breaking into light. from Poetry magazine Volume CLXXVI, Number 4, July 2000 Left: Eraquisha Jones and Nikita Lewis Left: Sergio Gatto and Juan Geluez Freshmen 45 Class of Jevan Davis Charles Dixon Patricia Domino Michael Dwyer Christina Esqueda Joevanni Evaristo Marissa Facino Sheena Flake Melvin Flemmings Nikiah Floyd Erika Fransioli Ja’Leasa Freitas Martha Garcia Brenes Garcia Curtis Gardner Stephan Gee Jessica Gilbert Richard Giner Richard Goff Hans Gomez Victoria Gonzales Jessica Gonzalez Monique Goode Siir Goode Lashon Guyton Anthony Harris Isiah Harris Izell Harris Thomas Harris Bianca Hayden Penikila Hicks Jermaine Hoffman Jerell Jackson Leticia Jimenez John Jones Amanda Johnson Ryan Johnson Eraquisha Jones Kristen Jones Damian Juarez 2007 Kristina Karavan Tyler Karli Ranjit Kaur Jamie Kirby Joseph Koble Pavel Kostyukevich Breanna Lane Brooke Lane Nicholas Lebeau Yelena Levchuk Valeriy Lifar Jonathan Linares Iesha Login Ana Lopez David Lopez James Lopez Monica Lopez Francisco Gomez -Lopez Emelio Lucky Flavio Luis Lidia Lup Andrey Lysyuk Michael Marilao Montoya Mayo Alexander McBee Samuel McCain Ashlie McConico Amber McCart Ladereka McCray Leighanna Medlin Victor Mendez Demarkus Miller Chelsea Millhouse Leandra Mitchell Dijon Monroe Jasmine Montgomery Marissa Montiel Thania Moran Corey Neighbours Atavia Nurse Tiffani Nurse Karla Ongay Freshmen 49 Rebecca Ordway Shyresha Ousley Irina Ozeruga Martha Palacios Edgar Nunez-Perez Renald Powers Justin Prasad Mychela Predium Tanya Priymak Valeriy Pulber Samantha Renaud Samantha Richardson Grissel Riley Jeremy Robb Karmina Robinson Geovanny Rodriguez Vanessa Rodriguez Vadim Ramamskiy Jose Sanchez Martin Espita -Sanchez Joel Sanguenza Julieanna Sannicolas Esmeralda Santillan Timofey Semenov Porscha Shelton Judith Silva Lyudmila Smal Constantin Solomon Irina Solozhuk Ruperto Soto Terrance Strickland Jazmyn Stroud Michael Sugg Anthony Sullivan Sabrina Sumpter Abrianna Tanner Titiyane Tehuti Juan Tellez Paul Thompson Krystal Thurman Keyona Travis Steven Tressler 50 Freshmen Freshmen Miguel Trevino Thuy Thuong Neleya Tsipan Ruth Tucker Oliver Tumanon Danica Turjacanin Erika Tyes Inna Tyulyu Michelle Valencia Anthony Vannata Diana Villegas Cody Wack Roger Weese Kyero White Shawn Wicker Tremayne Wicker Caree Williams Nathaniel Windham Annjel Wright Kendra Wright Vijaya Yaramala Karolina Yarmaliuk D.J. Yeager Manzyk Yuliya Rawan Zahra Miguel Zuniga Freshmen 51 It takes all kinds of Staff Right: Don Brodnansky Above: Cici Downing, baby, and friends. Above: Jenny 52 Staff Right: Dale Cantrall Left: Mr. Redkey Below: Romano Luchini Above: Tom Durkee and Paul Kargl Above: Tom Carrol Above: Stuart Freedman Staff 53 Right: Anna Cacciotti and Roger Mayberry 54 Staff MS.BEALL MS.BEGG MS.CASEY MS.CHAVEZ MS.HERBERT MS.NICHOLS MR.BONDS MS.CANTRALL MR.CARROLL MS.DEVRIES MS.EWERT MS.HALEVA MR.OROPALLO MS.PORRINEFIGUEROA MS.QUINN Left: Steve Gatewood, Vice Principal Below: Paul Oropallo, Vice Principal MR.RANKIN MS.RYEN MR.UNDERWOOD Ms. Myrtle Berry, Principal Staff 55 Above: Dominique Moody 56 Sports All kinds of Sports Below: Thomas Henderson Above: Ulysses Cervantes Above: Nichole Rauscher Sports 57 It takes all kinds Left: Jamila Ross-Sparks Far Left: Ladereka McCray 58 Cheerleaders Left: Tiffany Woolfe Below: Tiffany Woolfe, Jessica Eason, Jamila Ross-Sparks, and Donsha Watkins of Cheerleaders Left: Yanci Comerford Cheerleaders 59 Varsity Football Below: Coach Trent Lastinger and Coach Russ Hibbard 60 Varsity Football Above: Deven Grant Above: Thomas Henderson Left: Kate Hundley Varsity Football 61 Varsity Football Below: Armand Harris 62 Varsity Football Below: Armand Harris Above (L-R): Chris Schaub, Deven Grant, Tyson Ballard, Marcus Oden, Bobby Moody Above: Chris Schaub Varsity Football 63 64 Varsity Football Varsity Football It takes all kinds of players Varsity Football 65 Back Row (L-R) Justin Wheeling, Joel Ortiz Marcus Oden, Tysen Ballard, Richard Oxenrider, Greg Swanson, Anthony Rodrigues, and Chris Schaub. Middle Row (L-R): Josh Tow, Thomas Henderson, Manager Alyssa Kahili, Coach Dannie Walker, Head Coach Russ Hibbard, Coach Tony Robles, Team Mom Johnette Yoshizumi, Shawn Baker, and Justin Salinas. Front Row (L-R): Dominique Moody, Bobby Moody, Joseph Manley, Deven Grant, Gustavo Lopez, Kate Hundley, Armand Harris, and Jesse Torres. 66 Varsity Football It takes all kinds to make a team Above: Armand Harris Above: Bobby Moody Varsity Football 67 junior varsity Football Back Row (L-R): Neil Wheelcock, Leigh Taylor, Shawnquece Williams, Kyle Wilcoxen, Charles Webster, Jamel Curtis, Duane Altman, Reed Thompson, and Je’van Davis. Middle Row (L-R): Cedrick Dinkins, Travis Ross, Coach Glen Johnson, Head Coach Andre Brewer, Coach Chris Dills, Kelvin Burt, Adam Green, and Francisco Lopez-Gomez. Front Row: Feather Benning. 68 JV Football JV Football 69 Freshmen Girls Basketball all kinds of ladies Above: Julisa Carter Right: Erica Tyes 70 Girls Basketball Above: Lashon Guyton Above: Ashlie McConico Above: Julisa Carter, Erika Tyes, Kristian Karavan, Lashon Guyton Girls Basketball 71 Junior Varsity it takes all kinds........of Talent Ambition Drive AND Teamwork Above: Tammie Nguyen Right: Sharla Harris 72 JV Girl’s Basketball Left: Cortney Patterson Left: Shanice Burks Left: Tammie Nguyen JV Girl’s Basketball 73 Junior Varsity Above: Shanice Burks Right: Sharla Harris 74 JV Girls Basketball Left: Sharla Harris JV Girls Basketball 75 Rights: Tyger Hicks 76 Varsity Girls Basketball 100 it takes all kinds to play Varsity Girls Basketball Above: Rekena Kennedy Left: Shana Watson 101 Varsity Girls Basketball 77 Right: Nichole Rauscher Below: Tyger Hicks 78 Varsity Girls Baksteball 100 Varsity Girls Basketball Above: Rekena Kennedy Left: Micaela Hearn 10179 Varsity Girls Baksteball Above: Cederick Dinkins Above: Jeremy Richardson Right: Sean Gehrke 100 80 JV Boys Basketball JV Boys Basketball Left: Sean Gehrke Below: Philip Johnson JV Boys Basketball 10181 Right: Duane Altman Below: Jeremy Richardson Above: The Scoreboard 82 JV Boys Basketball 100 All kinds of.... JV Boys Basketball Above: Cedric Dinkins Left: Deanthony Ferguson JV Boys Basketball 101 83 101 Right: Matthew Baggs Below: Jarren White Far Right: Andrew Monday Right: Jarren White 100 84 Varsity Basketball it takes all kinds to play. . . Varsity Boys Basketball Left: Tyson Ballard Far Left: Thomas Henderson Below: Andre Mayo 101 Varsity Basketball 85 Above: Matt Baggs Above: Daren Malone Right: Randy Predium 86 Varsity Boy Basketball 100 Varsity Boys Basketball Above Left: Armand Harris Above: Andre Mayo Left: Thomas Henderson Varsity Boy Basketball 87 Varsity Basketball 87101 Above: Desiree Abernathy Above: Rekena Kennedy Top Right: Nichole Rauscher Right: Ashlie Chimero 88 Girls Softball it takes all kinds to play Girl’s Softball Left: Stephanie Acedo Far Left: Christian McDaniel Left: Sh’vonna Alexander Above: Christina McDaniel Left: Erika Tyes Far Left: Olivia Neon Girls Softball 89 Above: Adam Cornejo Above Right: Giovanni Pulice 90 Boys Soccer Soccer it takes all kinds to play.... Above: Sebastian Rodriguez Left: Luis Delatorre Left: Ismael VasquezPonce Boys Soccer 91 92 Soccer Left Page Dominant Photo: Sabastian Rodriguez Left: Sebastian Rodriguez Below: Giovanni Pulice Soccer Below: Roberto Perez Above: Sebastian Rodriguez Soccer 93 Above: Andrew Monday Above Right: Kelvin Burt Right: Kelvin Burt Above: Armand Harris Above: Micheala Hearn 94 Track it takes all kinds to run Track & Field Above Left: Micheala Hearn Above Right: Armand Harris Left: Joe Manley and Alyssa Kahili Track 95 Back Row (L-R): Tyger Hicks, Carolyn Kendrick, Coach Chad Robinson, Coach Cici Robinson, Coach Carol Christiansen, Colleen Rauscher, Christen Campisi. Front Row (L-R): Windy Contreraz, Jamie Leslie, Abriana Tanner, Karla Jimenez, Inna Tyulyu. Right: Tyger Hicks Right Middle: Inna Tyulyu Far Right: Abreana Tanner 96 Volleyball it takes all kinds to play.... Volleyball Above Left: Christin Campisi Above: Tyger Hicks Left: Colleen Rauscher Far Left: Karla Jimenez Volleyball 97 Baseball Back Row (L-R): Coach Robles, Jacob Brown, Doug Faatiliga, Neil Wheelock, Nick LeBeau, Duane Altman, Coach Durkee. Front Row (L-R): Pedro Cuevas, Antione Williams, Cameron O’Leary Chris Runnels, Derek Scisson, Ray Estrada. Above: Coach Tom Durkee 98 Baseball Top Left: Chris Runnels and Nick LeBeau Above: Doug Faatiliga Far Left: Ray Estrada Left: Cameron O’Leary Left: Antione Williams Above: Neil Wheelock Baseball 99 it takes all kind of Bulldogs to play..... Above: Cameron O’Leary Above: Duane Altman Above: Derek Scission 100 Baseball Baseball Far Left: Jacob Brown Left: Nick LeBeau Above: Ray Estrada Above: Pedro Cuevas Baseball 101 Right: Sherri Sherron and Katina Skiff Below: Abrianna Tanner Homecoming Above: David McKenna Right: Toni Schmitz and Deven Grant 102 Homecoming Dance It takes all kinds to Dance Left: Josh Tow Dance 2003 Left: Windy Day Contreraz Homecoming Dance 103 It takes all kinds to make a yearbook. . . Yearbook Staff Porsche Carter editor-in-chief Christina McDaniel executive editor Sharniece Watson secretary-treasurer Dave Underwood advisor Yearbook Support Staff back row (l-r): Nakeeta Lewis, Sikandar Gul, Raseen Kemplin. front row (l-r): Jacqueline James, Anna Zuniga, Oliver Manzano Colophon The 2004 Encinian was printed by the San Juan Unified School District Office Printing Department. To the printing department we give a very special thanks!