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2C Wednesday, March 28, 200t Marie M. Ishida, a promi- member of the NFHS Board of nent player in the CIF's histo- Directors. During that time, ry, has been selected as the she has repeatedly demonstrat- state CIF executive director, ed the qualities of leadership Ishida follows Jack Hayes and that are needed for a position becomes the seventh chief like this, and I am confident executive officer of the that the C1F will enjoy contin- statewide organization. She ued success and achievement will begin her new post on as a result of her service to the April 1. membership." The assistant superinten- "The Executive Committee is dent of human resources for extremely excited about the the Santa Cruz City Schools, prospect of having Marie Ishida was the CIF president Ishida as executive director," during the formation and said Charley Berger, CIFpresi- implementation of the organi- dent and assistant superinten- zation's strategic plan. Under dent for the San Juan Unified her leadership, the CIF School District. "Marie's expe- changed both philosophically rience with the strategic plan, and governance-wise becom- and her leadership in chang- ing a service organization to ing the role of CIF in high member schools, school athletics was an impor- The CIF was formed in 1914 tant factor in her selection. As as the governing agency for CIF president, Marie was one high school athletics in of the primary forces behind California, with its major put- significant changes the organi- pose to enforce the rules zation has made during the regarding athletics. That past five years." remained the primary focus of Ishida served on the CIF the organization until the Executive Committee from implementation of the strdte= 1989-1998. She was CIF presi- gic plan in 1995. dent elect from 1992-94, CIF Said Bob Kanaby, executive president from 1994-96 and CIF director for the National past presidentfrom1996-98. Federation of State High Currently, she is on the School Associations: "1 am board of directors for the extremely pleased that Marie National Federation of State Ishida has been selected as High School Associations, only California Interscholastic the third member from Federation executive director. California ever selected to this I have had the pleasure of prestigious post. working very closely with . On both the state and nation- Marie the past three years as a al level, Ishida has received Photo submitted Tim Kreth won second place in level 9 trampoline competition at Rancho Santa Margarita March 18. Lake Davis Frenchman Lake Ice fishing continues to beThere is quite a bit of water good for experienced anglers, opening up west of the dam at Ken, Buck and Mike from Frenchman Lake. We had Reno continue to do very well many reports of limits being atMaUard Cove. taken in this area this past They fished March 17-18 andweekend. had limits to near limits both Larry Mitchell, from Reno, a days. regular fisherman at Fish size has been averaging Frenchman, caught a beautiful 16 inches with larger fish three-pound rainbow on available. The best bait has Saturday. He was bank fish- been worms or nightcrawlersing, floating a "Wiggin's dressed with fish attractant, worm" off the bottom, near the Best results come from fishing dam. water that is 10to 12feet deep. Mike Reed from Reno The ice depth is down to six reports good fly fishing in this to eight inches, which is down area also. Try a cinnamon or approximately 33 percent from olive green woolly bugger. seven days ago. Ice fishing is As our beautiful warm close to being over for the sea- weather continues, expect son. If you use the ice, use more and more open water at extreme caution, as depth Frenchman Lake. Spring fish- varies. Open water is begin- ing will be great. Call Wiggin's ning to show where feeder for thelatest updates on lake streams enter the lake. conditions. III I FREE Printing Estimates! Call 283-0800! Bulletin, Progressive, i many accolades and honors. In 1997, the National Federation of State High School Associations bestowed Ishida with their Outstanding Service Award. She was also honored with an Extraordinary Service Award by the CIF and received the California Coaches Association's highest honor as a recipient of William S. Rockwell Distinguished Service Award. Ishida's involvement spans two other CIF sections as well: the CIF Central Coast and Southern Section. She served as president of the CIF Central Coast Section from 1979-80state of California whO Coast Section from 1989-91 and before becoming the assistant teer their time and was a manager for the girls' principal at Santa Cruz High to help our student b asketball championships School, a position she held experience what wl Lin the CIF Southern from 1980-86. From 1986-95, teach us about life, Secti0hfrom 1976-78. Ishida was the principal at commitm Ishida began her career as a CarmelHigh School. "I know success inI teacher and coach at Faye Ross In 1995, she accepted her cur- effort relies on a Junior High School in 1971. rent position as the assistant truly excited to From 1974-79, she worked at superintendent of human lege of working with Artesia High School as a resources for the Santa Cruz team and helping in teacher, coach, assistant ath- City Schools. I can to make all letic director (1975-79) and Ishida said, "My first teach- efforts count. Our assistant Dean of Students ing position included coach- letes deserve it. Quite (1976-79). ing. Throughout the years I ly, it feels like I've She was an administrative have joined the efforts of thou- the best coaching job intern for the CIF Central sands of people throughout the have imagined!" I i BroW' - 1maim :~ ~: ~ i*i~> ~ i ~::~ !i' i K/ 'P4,4gS BOO " IB,IN)O ~---- J$ ------ ~ . lhinmd ...... J&$m4=. ,noEl,cxmn ws.4 .muml,l Uili . il~l~ ~,1~11, KBW/.LIS x~l, sjsddnl~rsdhj n 611 Idd St.. Lo, 40 X, SALE EXPI(::~S 2f22/00 AJ I~ICES PLUS TAX, UC. & DOC.