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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!
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