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Encina Homecoming 2002 game

Encina defeated San Juan HS 14-3 at El Camino HS for a record of 5-0 in conference play.

Here are some pictures from Encina's Homecoming game at El Camino stadium on Friday, November 1, 2002.


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Kathleen Ketcherside Arceo 73 in her 1994 Audi cabriolet Nancy Billings Breese 66
& Terry Breese with their Prowler
Rett Smart 73
and his Austin Mini Moke
Lad Wentzel 76
and his 1966 Mustang
Vice principal Paul Oropallo in his Jaugar convertible Molly Culbertson 62
in her Honda S2000
Patrick Dunn 73
in his Corvette convertible with sophomore prince Peter Mejico
Jerry Burk 71's
Mustang convertible with senior princess Ebone Mayo driven by Wes Doane 71
Sandy Cameron Farmer 85 and Jim Farmer 85 in their Chevy pickup pulling the alumni float Friend of Gary Kennedy, Ron Mintle 65, Stephanie Ortiz McCarthy 79 and son, Gary Kennedy 78 and Sandy Cameron Farmer 85's son, Steve Palmer 74 on the alumni float
Alumni float LaVonne Foster Facino 78, Eric Dahlin, homecoming queen Monica Marez, Romano Luchini
Homecoming queen Monica Marez, Romano Luchini, Amanda Bright 05, ? Vice principal Stephen Gatewood


Lee Engdahl (former Encina teacher now at San Juan), Peter Halfman, Eric Dahlin, Myrtle Berry Encina 14, San Juan 3

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