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January 2000 Marie is featured as Student Athlete of the Week in the Arizona Republic and voted Player of the Year for the 4A Skyline division. Marie Pastores Junior, soccer Glendale Apollo Accomplishments: Pastores is tied for the top ranking in her class with a 4.56 grade-point average. As a center midfielder and striker, she leads the Hawks in scoring and had 10 goals in a four-game stretch earlier this season. She is a team captain after being named a Class 4A all-state honorable mention last year. She also was a defensive specialist on Apollo's Class 4A state champion volleyball team. She also played softball as a freshman and ran track as a sophomore. She is member of Student Council, National Honor Society and the Society of Female Scholars. Quote: "She's incredible," Apollo girls soccer Coach Keri Schoeff said. "She works extremely hard. She's very, very polite. She always puts her teams in front of herself. It's amazing to coach somebody like that. She's fun to watch. She's quite a stellar young lady. She is everything you'd want your high school student- athlete to be."
February 2000 Kathy continues her pursuit of a Masters Degree in Information Resource and Library Science at the U of A in Tucson. She stays at a hotel several days a week to avoid the 2 hour commute.
March 2000 Marie is in an auto accident that totals her car, but she is alright. Alex shoots his 2 nd best round of golf, a 76 at Maryvale. Marie is selected 4A 1 st Team and All-State 2 nd Team in soccer. SECOND TEAM NAME SCHOOLYEARPOSITION Breann FreitasGlendale IronwoodSr.goalkeeper Lindsay ReedMesa Mountain ViewSr.forward Carey CandrianTucson SalpointeSr.forward Tonja CabatanaXavierSr.midfield/defense Alissa RazoMountain PointeSr.midfield Jennifer KleinPrescottSo.forward Rachel BarnierSunnyslopeJr.forward Marie PastoresGlendale ApolloJr.midfield Katie ConlinPeoria CentennialSr.forward Lydia OjukaTucson SahuaroSr.forward Lauren SchmadelFlagstaff CoconinoJr.defense
June 2000 We attend the Region 4 soccer tournament in San Francisco. Our girls have fun riding the BART into downtown and then ditching the parents. While in the area, we visit with friends Val & Rene.
July 2000 Vacation time in Pinetop!
August 2000 Alicia returns to live on campus at ASU. She is involved with the Newman Center and is elected to the Student Association Leadership Team.
September 2000 Marie transfers to the Cisco ’83 club soccer team. Her 1 st tournament is in San Diego at the Hotspurs event. The team wins 1 st place. The games didn’t start well as Marie was kicked in the mouth and bit through her lip. She finished the game, but we had to go to the emergency room afterwards to get stitches for her. The parents had a great time at dinner in Old Town.
October 2000 Alex retires from Lucent Technologies after 28 years with the Bell System. Marie receives the Washington HS District “Achievement Above All” award given to the top student, top teacher and top student group. Yes, the school did correct the spelling on the sign.
November 2000 We go to a Cisco ‘83 soccer tournament in Dallas, but it is shortened due to weather. Apollo repeats as 4A volleyball champions. Here’s the article from the Arizona Republic. Apollo defends 4A title Jim McCurdy Special for The Republic Nov. 5, 2000 Kristen Kuhl was looking for a way out. "Coach, are we having a party at your place?" the Apollo sophomore hitter asked. "Can we? Because I don't want to have to go to softball." This is volleyball season, and celebrations are excusable any time. Glendale Apollo has an excuse. A championship excuse. No. 4 Apollo beat No. 1 Scottsdale Chaparral, 15-13, 8-15, 15-12, Saturday at Grand Canyon University to win its second straight Class 4A state championship. "There were a lot of expectations on us because we won last year, " outside hitter Lindsey Norman said after a 22-kill outing. "As we went on, people stopped believing in us. We battled through it." And now they have something to show for it. Chaparral (28-7) took a 6-1 lead on Chelsea Wonders' kill in Game 1, but Apollo (28-6) rallied to claim a 12-9 advantage on Rachelle Lacy's ace before eventually wrapping it up. Nicole Diede, who had 25 kills, gave Chaparral an 8-3 second-game lead. Two straight kills by Norman made it 8-6, but Wonders and Casey Cornell each had a block and kill down the stretch as Chaparral sent the match to a third game. Lacy's kill put Apollo ahead 11-4 in Game 3, but Chaparral ran off the next seven points for a lead. But Apollo closed it out with a 4-0 run punctuated by two Lacy kills. "I don't think we did anything wrong, they were just tough," Chaparral Coach Dave Mietzner said. "They've been here before." It was Chaparral's only 4A loss this year. "It's a challenge enough to come back and try to repeat because everybody wants to beat you," Apollo Coach Steve Silvernail said. "All year we talked about the character of this team. What an incredible group."
December 2000 Alicia has a lot of fun at a formal party at the Newman Center (in addition to a Halloween party in October). We guess this is what college is about.
Our annual Christmas dinner with Mickey & Pat and Don & Darlene. This year at Pane e Vino.
HEADLINES FROM 2000: Beginning of the end of the Internet stock boom, controversial Osprey plane crash kills 19 marines, Vermont approves same-sex unions, “I love you” virus disrupts computers worldwide, Concorde crash kills 113 near Paris, six-year Whitewater investigation of the Clintons ends without indictments, 17 U.S. sailors on navy destroyer Cole die in Yemen terrorist explosion, Republicans file federal suit to block manual recount of Florida presidential election ballots, Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris certifies Bush as winner by 537 votes, Mad Cow disease alarms Europe, Supreme Court seals Bush victory by 5–4 and rules there can be no further recountingsame-sex unionsKatherine HarrisMad Cow disease