Agua Fria Union High School - Wickiup Yearbook (Avondale, AZ)
- Class of 1983
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Derformins! Arts ..... I7
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Dreanizations ....,... 85
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bring out spirit
The pep assemblies of this year," commented Michele
Moreno, "are more fun, not boring, riled up and all-out
rowdyf' The pom and cheer line brought out the animal that
had been trapped in everyone, for some more than three
The skits performed by the football team and pom and
cheer line entertained the entire student body. The Pinata
breaking may have been the start of a new tradition. Friday
afternoons the crowds awaited the toss of candy, and the class
with the loudest yell won prizes of miniature footballs.
mtervlews Mr Bad Teachers, K. Ruach and M.
S. Leach and C. Green are llttle drummer boys.
Underarms warfare!!! OH! That Smell.
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Pretty maids all in a row "Miss Billy Moore" contestants.
Diane Hendrix whispers secrets to Mary Jo Lorenzi
D.J.'s J. Sainz and J. Bringer.
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IJ ights, curtain, action! Live on campus, it's the
Agua Fria student body. The student body is active
during homecoming week with their noontime ac-
tivities and dress-up days. They get involved
throughout the rest of the year by cheering at the pep
assemblies and attending school games to keep the
Among other activities occurring at school were the
Junior class candy sale for the funding of the junior-
senior prom and the student council's donation of
S300 to the United Way Foundation. "The activities
were fung students react well to them and teachers are
helpful and understanding," said senior Mitch
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try square dancing. The crowd reaches for the gusto
The two musketeers, Laura Hayes and Deanna Banks.
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he two plays performed by the AF drama club this
year, "Paint the Town Pink" and "Flowers for Algernon"
were produced and directed exceptionally well. "Mr. Judge,
the newest drama instructor has done an outstanding job with
the drama students in the short time he has been here at Agua
Fria," commented a student from the senior class.
The drama club has always been very popular with
students at Agua Fria and has a reputation for being outstan-
ding at entertainment. This year's students were no excep-
tion. The two plays performed by the drama club were done
with much professionalism, and were given compliments from
Top Row L to R: Rhodi Fischer, Leonard Chayrez, Torn Brittain, Sherri Faulker, Dana Hill, Diane Anderson, Monica Piccolomini,
Eric Braverman, Kathy Allen, Margie Oviado, Brian Kilbourn, Rob Rosztoczy, Jack Malysa, Middle Row: Brenda Venable, Shawna
Guess, Beth Pearson, David Hunt, Nicci Beaumont, Mitch Cornell, Sheila Cano, Laura Rayner, Lisa Martinez, Cheryl Cook, Susan
Schreiner, Norma Lowe, Rhonda Lawson, Tim James, Nancy Schell, Mr. Judge, Rhea Flenner, 4th Dawn Miller, Melody Arnold,
Shari Hayes, Gaylene Moyers, Wendy Edwards, Becky Schwald, Dawn Gilmore, Alice Reske, Jeannette Viteri, Kristin Shears,
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Hard work pays off
he Thespians Club was named after the Greek actor
Thespis. The club was formed many years ago in memory of
this great actor. For many years, Agua Fria members of the
drama club have strived to accumulate enough hours by
working in plays, in front of or behind the scenes, to be eligi-
ble for initiation into the prestigious Thespians Club. Return-
ing Thespians this year were David Hunt and Eric Braver-
many new members included Shari Hayes, Rhea Flenner, Nor-
ma Lowe, Nicci Beaumont, Rhonda Lawson, Mitch Cornell
and Tim James.
E. Braverman, D. Hunt, and S. Hayes, collaborate on the play's new lines
Lft. to Rght.: Mr. Judge, D. Hunt, R. Flenner, E. Braverman, S. Hayes, N. Lowe, N. Beaumont, R. Lawson, M.Cornell, T. James.
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Mr Faris leads the ranks.
Band of Wls
Marches to Success
his year Agua Fria's Marching
Band of Owls made a drastic change to a
corps style. This included a rennovation
of the uniform, a total change in mar-
ching style and a conversion of the pom
pon line into a dance corps. "I think the
new look really makes a positive dif-
ference. It modernizes our band," said
one of the members. During the football
season the band performed during every
halftime and for the pregame show at
most of the away games.
At mid-football season the band com-
peted at the Northern Arizona Universi-
ty Band Day. They received the rating
of '2' and became eligible for the state
band festival. This year the band per-
formed at the State Fair, Rodeo of
Rodeos parade and many other parades.
They also conducted a cheese and
sausage sale in order to go on tour to
California. The band is conducted by
John Faris, the flag corps by Ms. Leslie
Anderson and the dance corps by Mary
M h B d T R L R: R. Loy, A. Harris, J. Edgely, C. Green, V. Lopez, W. Grant, E. Bryant, D.'Harvey, L. Dominquez, K. Loraine. Third Row: L.
Mgbielrig Dlbrinindjllijez OW Behn, M. Kindel, K. Schartzkopf, D. Harvey, S. Mora, M. Woods, D. Grumbllng, G. Maloney, C. Sallen, D. Dano, M. La Voie, J.
Smith Second Row C Hoffman, S. Brooks, T. Edgely, B. White, A. Martin, R. Pierce, H. Nickele, L. Johnson, D. Lopez, P. Elizondo, D. Healy, L. Cox, S.
Platt T Holllngshead Bottom Row: C. Cole, L. Johnson, A. Erickson, M. Gilmore, D. Hammitt, L. Ritchy, G. Lundmark, D. Miller, S. Motomatsu, G. Green,
S Pew S Taylor C Rizzo Front: Mr. Faris, Directer, John Marshall, Drum Major.
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his year's band council has done a great job, along
with the support of Mr. Faris. The band performed at foot-
ball games. It was a major task for the council to keep the
band together with least amount of problems possible. The
band council is credited with satisfaction of having a well
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Row: Diane Lopez, Sunrdae Taylor, Melissa Gilmore, Sara Mora. w V Worth the effort'
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for spirit at
he name Hootin Dandies originated from a television
show back in the 6O's. Throughout the basketball season they
supported the team by playing at every home game and rais-
ing the morale of the Agua Fria fans. Since the Hootin Dan-
dies are all volunteers, credit should be given to Mrs. Leslie
Anderson and her players for the great support they have
given to the basketball program. Laura Simmons blows her horn.
M. Kindel, K. Schwartzkope, S. Mora, L. Johnson, G. Maloney, S. Piatt, Second Row: S. Brooks, S
Leach, A. Erickson, T. Edgely, B. White, A. Martin, R. Pierce, W. Grant, V. Lopez, Bottom Row: S
Johnson M. Gilmore D. Hammitt D. Miller G. Lundmark P. Elizondo S. Motomatsu S. Pew T
V. Lopez and A. Martin take a break. Beth White toots joyfully away
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he drum corps were an important part
of the band and displayed outstanding spirit
that crowds enjoyed at all football games.
They led the band with excellent precision
and skill and displayed a professional manner
at all times. Besides showing spirit at games,
the drum corps also aroused excitement from
Agua Frians at the assemblies. At assemblies
or games you can be sure to hear Agua Fria's
Drum Corps beat their drums with pride.
Top Row Lto R: A. Harris, M. Gilmore, T. Edgely J Edgely A Erickson S Brooks D Cano Bottom C Green R Loy J Marshall M
Kindel, S. Leach.
orth Campus breaks shells,
Baby Band of Owls created
This year's freshman band was composed of 34 members.
The members sign up each year when they register for their
classes. But to ensure that the band has ualit sound the
stated, "I can't wait until next year, I mean if Freshman Bag
IS this much fun then South Campus with varsity and th
activities must be great."
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registering students are required to have previous playing ex,
perience. After the band has been formed, their many ac-
tivities include performing at freshman pep assemblies, play-
ing with the varsity band at South Campus pep assemblies,
performing at concerts with the Varsity Band and choirs and
during parades the band performs again with the Varsity
Band. Even though the Freshman Band has not been involv-
ed in any competition this year, it is considered by the
members as a year full of experiences. As one freshman
Top Row Left to Right: Aaron Tull, Tim nsta , ree orme, reg age, h avi or1 , nan epfif
David Eplin, Errol Allen, Shelli Nelson, Tom Bradley, Brad Anderson, Denise Bell, Joe Snyder, Middle Row: Irma Salas,
Sernas Beck Galindo Celestina Rivera Stace Baker Marrie Lanebert, Jackie Kennedy Tahnee Ashby, Bottom Row' Re
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The Freshman Band played a variety of music. It reflef
the capabilities of our Baby Owls as they performed. '
music played by the band ranged from John Philip Sousa
more contemporary composers. All in all, Mr. Farris
working with the band as he stated, "I feel that they
played quite well." As the incoming freshmen look forward
belonging to Varsity Band and their performances, Mr. F
vsiilluprepare for a new batch of Baby Owls to break
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his years Flag Corps added a lot to the half-time
w at this year's football games. "Miss Anderson did a
mendous job in training and directing the Flag Corps,"
Practices were strenuous and required a lot from us.
iss Anderson put in much of her time too, which made us
more dedicated," said another member of the 1982-83
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he Speech Club spends the entire year preparing for
their greatest competition, the AIA District Speech Tourna-
ment, by entering smaller local tournaments.
Through the Speech Club the members practice discipline
and commitment. We spoke to Mitch Cornell, president of
the Speech Club, and she said, "We really learn a lot in this
club and we have fun too." "It is one of the few clubs on cam- H , , i,p, - W 'N-se.
pus that anyone can join regardless of intellectual or athletic
ability," said Ms. Ziobrowski, the club sponsor.
The Speech Club discusses their next tournament. Speech Club in action
L to R: Willie Cordova, Niki Baumont, Yvonne Cornell, Rhea Flenner, Kim Thompson, Angela Graziano.
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Homecoming Monarch Vince Lopez. Hgmecoming Regency Jackie Sainz,
Junior Attendents: Sophofnore Attendents: Fl'0Shl1'lHI1 Atterldelltsi
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Homecoming Royalty for the year 1982-83 - Standing L to
R: Keith Carrigan, Jill Watkins, Jill Bringer, Glenn Rogers,
Sitting: King Vince Lopez and Queen Jackie Sainz.
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Eric Potter crowns the 1983 homecoming king, Vince Lopez.
Paula Quiggle was crowned the A.E.J.R.O.'I'.C. sweetheart.
N.H.S.: Top Row L to R: Carrie Rice, John Johnson, Tor Sorenson, Dan Kosecki, David Wichers, Edwin Ervion, Robert Loy, Brian
Beukiema, Chris Scharven, Mark Lucasic, Rob Rosztoczy, Mike Horner, Tim Moore, 2nd Row: Diane Murdock, Darlene Healey,
Sylvia Brooks, Debbie Putman, Jill Watkins, Erin Lee, Leeann Moore, Lori Tomlinson, Kristin Schortskopf, Annie Martin, Johnathon
Cartsonis, 3rd Row: Keith Carrigan, Kim Kleppe, Stephanie Miller, Kathy Larson, Julie Chambers, Ann Ericson, Laura Seitz, Pam
Wootton, Sundee Taylor, Debbie VanBuren, Carolyn Ritchie, Denise Shoemaker, Tom Rosztoczy, 4th Row: Tracy Larson, Sheila
Motomatsu, Susie Marquez, Chris Wong, Melissa Gilmore, Rene Ford, Lisa Ramey, Pam Riggs, Cori Hoffman, Gaylene Moyers, Anna
Madrid, Erin Leach, Bottom Row: Eduardo Rivera, Dan Grumbling, Dan Abraham, Chris Kellings, Roger Del-loog, Mike Cartsonis,
Doug Clay, Curt Cullen
Boys' and Girls' State: Kevin Mahoney, Rob Rosztoczy, Erin Leach, Mike Horner, John
Johnson, Not pictured: Kathy Larson
Top Students Honored
t takes a good grade point average, school participation and admiration
imong teachers and friends to be recognized as these people have. They have
een devoted to school, not only academically but spiritually as well and are be-
ig rewarded by this recognition. They are candidates of receiving different
cholarships and are expected to do well in the future.
ten seniors pictured above in alphabetical order: Brian Buekiema, Keith Carrigan, Roger
Chris Kellings, Dan Kosecki, Sheila Motomatsu, Tom Rosztoczy, Debbie VanBuren, David
Valedictorian Tom Rosztoczy.
Salutatorian Sheila Motomatsu
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enior superlatives is a poll ot' those seniors who were
recognized throughout their high school years as the
favorite, most and best of their class. The senior class
nominated and then voted on those deserving seniors
whom they felt earned the respect and recognition of t.heir
peers. Each year some superlatives change and others are
added along with the Changing times. 'l'om Kirsch XL Melisa Gilmore are the most talented.
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The most all around are Keith Carrigan 8: Jill Bringer.
I ouis Mena and Kim Kleppe are the most dependable
The most outgoing and most athletic are Glenn Rogers and Jill Bringer. The class Clowns are Eric Braverman and Melinda Tainter
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Keith Carrigan and Denise Stupka have the nicest legs
Randal Mcllaniel and George Batts are best buddies. 'llflm RUSZUPCZY and Laura Seitz are the Cutesl COUPIG-
Jill Hringer and Jackie Sainz are best friends.
h Carrigan and Jackie Moredock are the best
Billy Blackburn and Not pictured Wendy
Duynx are the most punk.
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Top Row L to R: Carlos Moreno, John S. Johnson, Roy Samaniego, Scott Muse, John Be ford, eorge atts, . . o a, a
dall McDaniel. Center Row L to R: Coach Pat Lavin, Trainer Cherly Zidow, Vince Lopez, Ken Germana, Gary Lewallan, T
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Bottom Row L to R: Manager Robert Lopez, Sean Yohe, Tom Crane, Sean Early, Kevin Daniels, David Hamiliton,
Rogers, Shawn Gilbert, John E. Johnson, Steve Brown, Manager Kevin Mahoney.
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The 1982f83 season was a good year
as the team went undefeated. The
team's hard practice and training was
seen as the Owls began the season
seventh in state and slowly moving into
the position of third in the state.
Because Agua Fria was defeated by
Maryvale during the first round of
playoffs, they were unable to become
number one in the state.
This is the second time since 1964
that the Owls have gone undefeated.
The three co-captains were selected by
the teammates, they were quarterback
Shawn Gilbert, lineman Danny O'Dea
and running back Glenn Rogers. Rogers
broke the record of the most
touchdowns made in a season. The
record was held by Bob Lueck in 1960
with seventeen touchdowns, and Rogers
completed nineteen touchdowns this
season. Also, Rogers set a AAA state
record with 358 yards and six
touchdowns in the game against Carl
"The key to winning this year was the
coaching staff and the team's pride.
Coach Lavin had set rules at the beginn-
ing of the year and teammates followed
them and this was the key to success",
The Owls ended the season with the
score of 9-1-0, the best since 1964.
Coach Bogen inspects the game.
Game 10 49-12 Arcadia
Running back Vince Lopez's outstanding performance gave
the Owls four TD'sz Roger's scored three TDls and Batts
scored one TD.
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Game 9 41-7 Tolleson
Rogers led the Owls rushing for 210 yards and two
touchdowns, consisting of 67 and 64 yards. Lopez scored on a
61 yard run and caught a 23 yard touchdown pass from
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Gilbert throws for five TD passes totaling 173 yards in the
first half. Gilbert threw a 68 yard pass to McDaniel to com-
plete a TD, and another 12 yards. Lopez made a TD and
Batts made a 216 yard TD. Rogers scored three TD's.
Game 1 14-0 Cortez
Rogers, a quick-footed tailback, racked up 151 yards
the night, and scored both touchdowns. An 80-yard
was guided by Gilbert about halfway through the
quarter. Rogers scored on a 25 yard run and a 60 yard run.
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Rogers rushed for a record-setting score of 358 yards in
26 carries and scored six touchdowns with the help of the
fine blocking of his teammates.
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Rogers scored the only touchdown for the Owls against
Thunderbird High. The game, which was Agua Fria's first
home game of the season, dropped the Owls ranking to No.
9 in the state AAA division.
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Rogers bolted through the Cougar defense in a 54 yard
dash to score the first TD. Twenty-one seconds into the se-
cond quarter, Rogers completed the second TD. McDaniel
received a TD pass from Gilbert and Lopez made a 60 yard
Game 3 34-14 Cactus
Gilbert threw his first TD pass of the season, a 37-yard
fourth-down prayer to Cloyce Lamb. Rogers ran a 92-yard
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McDaniel grabbed three passes from Gilbert. Batts gain-
ed 13 yards on the first down and Gilbert then carried it
over from the one yard line for a TD. Gilbert ran 63 yards
and passed 130. Lopez ran 63 yards, Rogers rushed 70
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Late in the first quarter, Rogers scored for a TD and
Early made the extra point. Rogers sparked 34 yards to the
one yard line in the winning drive and Lopez scored the
Front Row L to R: Matt Meese, Kevin Cooley, Manual Castrillo, Bobby McGinty, Paul Sarver, Hank Legg, Doug Clay, Rick Osborne. Middle Row L to
Lauriano, David Belford, Mike Simington, Jose Reyna, Ray Juarez, Derrick Risley, Rick Wichman, Barry Greer. Standing L to R: Rick Maldando, Tim
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As the porns made their entrance on
the field for the first football game, the
crowds reaction reflected different opi-
nions. Instead of the traditional poms in
their red and white polk a dot dresses,
they appeared as the new Agua Fria
Dance Corps. They wore black and red
silk capes and black velvet hats with a
"I think we looked sharp with the
band, but our appearance while stan-
ding behind the cheerleaders wasn't
what we expected," said Kirstin Cotter.
Standing L to R: Ginny Waitt, Kim Cashmen, Melinda Talnter Sheila Cano Krlstin Cotter Natallie Abbott Alicia Solis Bottom Cathy Larson
Moyers, Pam Wootton, Stephanie Miller, Jackie Samz Not Pictured Sponsor Mrs Conway
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Through rain or hail, intense heat or
cold, they would be out there cheering
with red faces and sore throats. Who
had that much school spirit and dedica-
tion - none other than the Agua Fria
Soon after tryouts were over, they
began to practice twice a week during
the summer, learning the old chants and
inventing new ones. "This hard practice
paid off at camp, when we received
three superior ratings. Also, during the
summer we had a car wash, which paid
for our school spirit outfits," said Carrie
Carrie ties up Danny 0 Dea.
Front L to R: Tanya Lisa True, Cara Moyers, Kelly Chandler, Lissa Wallick.
Row 2: Lalissa George. Row 3: Ronda Rayner, Liz Lessard, Jill Hegudus. Row
4: Christen Wherty.
At the beginning of the school year,
twenty freshmen girls tried out for the
cheer line and only nine made it. Through
l C the year, their job was to keep the school
C spirit flowing down at North Campus.
J V sponsor Mrs Debbie Schlensig. "They had pep assemblies before the
games to get the class rowdy," said Kelly
Chandler. They sold spirits pins to help
pay for their cheer outfits. "The girls made
1 , L new friends and enjoyed Mrs. Pfiffer", said
This year's junior varsity cheer were
, a kept busy throughout the year. They made
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YK participated in the pep assemblies.
Throughout the year, we became closer
and made new friends", sald Tina
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r c cn sor, "They got off to a rough start, but they
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Girls Golf is often overlooked because
it mainly takes place far from the
school. The girls had a 6-3 record and
placed fifth in State.
High individual honors went to Carrie
Rice, who placed 10th in State and Shel-
ly Mays, who placed fifteenth.
The team was made up of juniors
which included Teri Cooper and Kim
Barber, and one sophomore Kim Hayes.
With all these members returning next
year, the outlook is good.
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Wayne Bateman, the boys' golf team
finished the season with a 5-8 record.
The five man team consisted of
Dan Cano junior, Mark Scott and
Charlie Kimes, sophomores, who all
lettered. "Mike Sweeting and Mike
White played exceptionally well,
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year was a learning experience," said Mar-
cia Lopez. 'tThe team was young and ag-
gressivef' said Christina Morales. THey
only had two returning players, so they are
planning on a strong team next year. The
outstanding player was senior Sandy
Harbert and the most improved player was
sophomore Debbie Rickel.
Top L to R: Coach Debbie Pina, Angie Mora, Olga Gonzalez Monica Plccolommi Marcia Lopez Sherry Adams Bottom Christina Morales luanita Guerrero
Debbie Rickel, Sandy Harbert, Sheila Cano.
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Charile Wolff, Tom Brittain.
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The Boys Cross Country season for the 1982f83 year ended up with a record of
1-12, in the Metro League.
John Barton, most valuable player, placed consistently well in all the races.
"There were other great improvements in the performances of the other team
members," said Coach Smith.
According to Chip Goodall, "Even though we had a loosing season we had a lot of
fun and became closer. Coach Smith is a great person to work with, we all ap-
preciated the time he spent with us.
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nmons, Sylvia Brooks. Bottom L to R: Debbie Duncan, Erin Leach, Debbie Rickel, Gay Lundmark.
Celestina Rivera, Kristina Brown. Middle L to R: Linda Pettigrew, Anbela Brooks, Elizabeth
Tina Hilty. Bottom L to R: Rachel Brockey, Vicky Hernandez, Esmie Avila, Alice Reske, Carrie
Archery coach, Carol Hopkins feels good
about this year's team. 'l'hey're starting oft'
this year where they finished last year and
I think they're going to be the ones to con-
The girls are expected to repeat. or even
better last years third place finish in the
The season opener for the girls was a vic-
tory over Tempe High.
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The boys ended their season with a score of 9-1. Tom
Rosztoczy said, "we had fun at practice and everyone worked
well with one another. Mark DeCroce, Rocye Samaniego,
Kevin Whorl and Tom Rosztoczy made All-division 1st team.
Rob Rosztoczy, Jack Ewert, Tom Brittain, and Tim James
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Wallick, Rob Rosztoczy, Stuart Taylor, John Gibbosn, Jack Ewert, Mark DeCroce, Top L to R: Asst.
Coach Mr. Rosztoczy, Tom Rosztoczy, Monte Kindle, Chris Burkett, David Wichers, Eddie Ervin,
Rocye Samaniego, Tim James, Coach Brittian.
were honorable mention.
The team was led by Mr. Brittian and Mr. Rosztoczy. Their
hard practice and effort paid off well for this year's soccer
team. Many of the players will be returning next year, so th
are planning to have another good year.
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p row L to R: Coach M. Gailland, C. Horine, R. Pitts, R. Castenada, J. Rohla. Middle L to R:
ach W. Williams, W. Bagewell, J. Castillo, S. Yohe, J. Reyna, A. Zuncia, T. Gathercole. Bottom
to R: K. Germana, M. LuJan, M. Stmtngton, R. Rodriguez, C. Wolff, Captain D. O'Dea.
C. Kitchens, A. George, L. Jimenez, L. Humphreys, R. Murillo, R. Mendoza, C. Murillo, K.
K. Schiefelhein, K. Germana. Middle: E. Fernandez, R. Garcia, A. Gonzales, K. Mer-
T. Olague. Bottom: R. Jimenez, A. Olgin, D. Rodenhurg, J. Chapa, N. Garduno, L. Gotcher,
L. Williams, D. Bell.
The 1982-83 Wrestlers has a victorious
season. Coach Williams had many fine returning
letterman such as Sean Yohe and Danny O'Dea.
Danny O'Dea placed first and Sean Yohe placed
third in Divisionals. Coach Williams said, "that
they had a great yearf,
Danny O'dea wins Divisionals.
Sean Yohe places third.
Boys start with a splash
The boys Varsity Swimming team did it
again this year and made the school proud,
with the record of 9-1. "This year the
swimming program has quality freshmen
swimmers who have generated a new in-
terest in promoting training, competition
and swimming excellence for the entire
teamf' said Coach Himebaugh.
Diving, which had been cancelled last
year, was brought back this year. Eddie
Morton placed fourth in the Diving Event
and Jim Ellis qualified sixth in diving for a
place at State. Cam McCown set records in
the 200-yard Individual Medley and the
Backstroke events: Tom
zy won the 50-yard Freestyle and the 100-
yard Breaststroke, Doug Nelson set two
Divisional records by winning in record
times in the 200 and 500-yard Freestyle
events, while Kris Mineau won the 100-
yard Butterfly in record time and the
Freestyle relay team also won a place at
the State Meet.
The Boys won the Metro Divisional
Championship and the medley Relay team
took fourth place at state.
Bottom Row L to R: Jimmy Ellis, Jeff Larson, Scott Edgley, Scott Piette, Eddie Morton, Middle Row L 'W WM L F
to R: Mike Cartsonis, Dan Grumbling, John Cartsonis, Robby Vetter, Rob Rosztoczy, Top Row L to R: .
Cam McGown, Tom Rosztoczy, Kris Mineau, Doug Nelson, Joel Jenson.
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The girls Varsity Swimming ended
their season, with a score of 6-4. This
year, the boys and girls were combined
together, and the season was longer.
The coach for the boys was Tony Evans
and the coach for the girls was Dick
Himebaugh. Stephanie Miller, a third
year returning Varsity Letterman said,
"we had fun at practices with the boys
and there was more school spirit this
The girls placed fourth in their Divi-
sional Championship. Julie White plac-
ed fourth in the 200-yard Individual
Medley and third in the 100-yard
Breaststroke. Other girls who had been
selected for their performance to attend
the State Championships were Jill Br-
inger, Tiffany Morrissey, Debbie Put-
nam, Pegeen Tebbe and Debbie Van
Diving Team: Eddie Morton, Jimmy Ellis, Mary Jo Lorenz, Shawna Guess, Not Pictured: Jennifer
Debbie Putnam. Stephanie Miller.
Stephanie Miller, Mary Jo Lorenz, Debbie Putnam, Jill Bringer, Debbie Van Buren, Row 2: Casey Kendy, Denise Bell, Kaki Hunt,
Loy, Rachel Brockey, Row 3: Michelle Owitterschreiber, Julie White, Tiffany Morrissey, Pegeen Tebbe, Sherly Reese, Shawna
Varsity does it again
Agua Fria's Varsity Basketball team
opened its season on a sour note as they
were defeated by Paradise Valley. The
visiting Owls played a opening game with
numerous turnovers, poor shooting, and
ragged play. With four key players from
football having only one week of practice,
the Owls struggled in the first game.
The Owls ended their season with a 16-
10 record. Agua Fria used balanced scoring
and various plays to wear most teams
down. In almost all the games, players such l
as Randall McDaniel would continually
score in double figures. Also, senior Keith
Carrigan often dominated larger op-
ponents inside on his way to double figure
averages in both scoring and rebounding.
Sophomore David Solis was another bright
spot, providing both scoring and reboun-
ding with consistency.
The Owls won the Christmas Classic and
Randall McDaniel and Mike Horner were
named to the All-Tournament Team.
Front: Glenn Rogers, Second Row L to R: Mike Horner, David Carrizoza, George Batts, Tim Moore, Angel
Perez, James Peters, David Solis, Mike Moore, Cloyce Lamb, Keith Carrigan, Randall McDaniel.
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. . Players: Talented
The 1982-83 Agua Fria J.V. basketball
team blended a mixture of youth with ex-
perience. For the past 26 years, Mr. Wayne
Descombes has led the J.V. Owls to
numerous victories. This experince com-
bined with eight sophomores, three of
which comprise the starting team, and four
The new season was equiped with
overall team speed and quickness, strong
outside shooting, hustling defense and ge-
nuine desire to win. With these in mind the
owls were confident going into the season.
J.V. often the preliminary to the varsity
games, provided excitement for all who at-
tended. The owls compiled a - record.
With potential the J .V owls look promising
in the future.
L to R: Coach Wayne Descombes, Ray Maldonado, Steve Brown, Scott Muse, Abe Harris, Mark .Lukaisk,
Calvin Brown, Clint Larson, John Kempber, Denis Moses, Rick Maldonado, John Barton, Carlos Garcia.
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way to another winning season as they
opened up against Glendale and came
away with an easy 9-O victory. Then on Feb
14, Trevor Brown was overwhelmed by the
owls 9-0. On Feb 17, Catus visited the
Agua Fria courts and lost 7-2.
Coach Don Shilliday feels this year's
varsity is well balanced with the top four
players can be able to beat each other on
any given day.
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From L-R: David Wichers, Danny Abraham, Tom Rostztoczy, Rob Rosztoczy, Jimmy Ellis, Chad Cor-
bett. Not pictured: Coach Shilliday.
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The Girls' Varsity Tennis Team opened their season
beating Glendale 9-0. Then they went on to beat Cactus 5-4
and Trevor Browne with a score of 9-0. There were a number
of out standing performances by individual players such as
Jackie Sainz, Beth Riggs, and Diane Hendricks.
Coach John Arle said, "After having all the girls return this
year, we are at an advantage with experience and team work."
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Hitting, fielding, and pitching are the
main attributes in baseball, but softball
relies on the same three aspects. The 1983
season of the girls softball team was full of
enthusiasm, and as Coach Bob Gray said,
Many individuals including Lisa Cooper
and Christina Morales batted well for the
Owls during the season. Shelley Mays as
well as being a fine hitter, pitched the team
to victory after victory, ending the season
with a 12-11 record.
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Top L to R: Shelley Mays, Carrie Rice, Olga Gonzales, Cheryl Adams. Middle L to R: Angie Mora, Carrie
Sarrelmeier, Marcia Lopez, Noe Johnston, Coach Bob Grey. Bottom L to R: Christina Morales, Edie
Altizer, Sandy Harbett, Lisa Cooper.
Coach Bob Grey.
Girls sports have progressed
Ehenomenally in the decade since Agua
ria opened. One sport that contributed a
reat deal was softball at both the Varsity
nd Junior Varsity levels. Not only did
.oftball pave the road for a strong girls
ports program, it also gave many girls the
irpportunity to excel competively.
l Coach Crystal Stephens stated, "they
-vere the best JV ball club I've ever seen,
-ve ended the season with a record of 15-I."
Stephanie Vaughn has a close encounter.
p Row L-R: Man. Norma Lowe, Annie Martin, Tina Holinghead, Stephanie Vaughn, Coach Stevens. Debbie Riekel makes 3 great can-h,
Row L-R: Sheri Diggs, Sophia Marquez, Tiffany Morrissey, Teresa Gonzales, Isabel Cruz, Pegeen
bbe. Bottom Row I.,-R: Debbie Rickel, Michelle Quittschreiber, Suzanne Altizer, Kym Hayes, Shelley
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"The 1983 track team season was very promising. We had
many talented runners returning." Stated Mr. Bob Grey
coach of the track team. The boys team consisted of 70 to 75
members which showed great improvements as the season
Among the returning was George Batts. George was ranked
third in state last year in the 300 meter hurdles. George also
participated in the long jump and relays. Another outstan-
ding sprinter was Vince Lopez. Vince ran the 200 meter, and
400 meter dash. He also ran on the relay team which had an
outstanding season. Other returning were Kevin Daniels and
Henry Buckson. The distant runner for the season were Mike
Moore, Robert Loy, Doug Delong, and Tom Brittain. Guiller-
mo Zuniga, Jim Van Trump, and Shane Arnold did well in the
shot putt and discus events. Russel Fryman, Henry Buckson,
and Billy Blackburn dominated the High Jump and Pole
Vaulting events. "New members to the team that were ex-
pected to do well is Cush Johnson, Tim Wiley and Randal
McDaniel' stated coach Grey.
Returning letter people for the firls this year were Jill Br-
inger, Michelle Quickschriber, Anne Erickson, Edie Altizer,
and Mary Jo Lorenz." "They had a small number of talented
girls this year but could have used more," stated Mary Jo .
Mrs. Conway was the coach for the girls this year. The girls
meets will be combined with the boys this year.
Going all the way
Boys Track, Top Row: M. Whitehead, J. Barton, R. Loy, R. Garcia, F. Medrano, R. Giggs, D. Delong, G. Zuniga, M. Kindle, V. Lopez E Spencer B
K. Cooley, G. Page. Mid. Row L-R: S. Sims, T. Moore, W. Smith, G. Barney, J. Cartsonis, S. Yohy, B. McGmty, D. Fahrenbacher T Osborn F Perkings T
Knapp. Bottom Row L-R: 'l'. Britian, K. Colley, J. Smereckly, M. Lopez, D. Epplin, C. Wolf, M. Normington, S. Kleppe, K. Stenevik K Germana
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K. Germania, M. Quinm, K. Maslin, L. Stokes, K. Smith, L. Cooper. Middle Row L-R: B. White, C. Sattlemeir, C. Reese, Cay, C. Russo, D. Miller, K.
Schefelbim, -l. White. Bottom Row L-R: C. Rivera, A. Madrid, H. Stockten, E. Reed, J. Hegedus, J. Aldorn, T. Holm, M. Lamlmert.
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The 1982-83 Varisty Baseball team played in the Metro
visions. Strong defense and tough hitting were the trade-
rks of the season.
Returning four year letter man Shawn Gilbert and third
ar returning men Paul West, Keith Carrigan, and Larry
rsh, anchored the Owls both in the field and with the bat.
actice began in early February, so head Coach Wayne
esCombes could condition the players for a second season.
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Asst. Coach Fred Moreno, Glenn Rogers, Shawn Gilbert, Tim Guzman, Rogelio Samanlego, Mike
Manuel Moreno, Dan Trask, Asst. Coach Gary Bringer. Top: Coach Wayne DesCombes, John
David Solis, Paul West, Keith Carrigan, Larry Kirsch, David Carrizoza, Ignacio Cano, Ton
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A M e'e. for 4 then lost to Maryvale.
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R: Rey Maldonado, Herman Gonzalez, Tony Juarez, Barry Greene, Jose Reyna, Carlos Gar-
cia, Russell Mee, Coach Gary Bringer. Back L-R: Scott Ford, Mike Black, Scott Muse, Clint Lawson,
Jack Ewert, Charlie Kimes, Roy Samaniego, Wes Grant.
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are up to bat
The young but talented north campus freshman baseball
team were ready to swing into action at the beginning ol' the
season. The sprouting players received the assistance they
needed by their coach Frank Dudley. This year's players have
many seasons to go and many seasons to improve and learn to
make them successful.
The team warms up and stretches out. Practice, Practice, Practice!!!
l. to R: Bradley Arun-ri-zon, bafford Frank, Billy Bedford, Robert Morales, Frank Saulley, Ozzie Gonzales. 2nd Row I, Io R: Terry Galhcrcole. Manuel
Charles lic-nnon, Kevin Galloway. Keith German, 3rd Row l. to R: Coach Frank Dudley, -lon Mann, Rocco Moaco. David lielxhold. -lofi' lrarson,
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of campus activity
his year as in past years, the Student Council was the backbone of campus activi-
ty. They sponsored such things as Homecoming week, the Christmas Formal, and
many other major activities on campus. This year as the officers and representatives
changed, so did the advisers. Mr. Given took over as adviser this year replacing Mr.
Jill Bringer Student Body President, said, "Mr. Given has been a pleasure to work
with, and if it wasn't for him we wou1dn't have been able to do so much.
To start the year the members attended a Leadership Training Conference. During
this conference, the members attended workshops that taught them how to be good
leaders. They learned the essentials of good communication and the importance of
Student Body Officers:
S. Brooks, D. VanBuren, P. Wootten J
T. Rostoczy, L. Seitz, J. Bringer, M. Lorenz, J. Bedard.
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n the years past the auto shop has not had much recognition. This year
the people in auto mechanics class, headed by Mr. Purcell, have accomplished
a tremendous amount, from, rebuilding engines and transmissions, to doing
basic tune-ups and routine maintenance.
By first learning the basics in Mr. Cooper's Theory of Engines, students
then advance to more complicated techniques learned in Mr. Pucell's tune-up,
transmission, and overhaul classes.
A growling engine is fought off by Kevin Malin
'op Row: L. Jimenez, T. Kirsch, M. Cartsonis, S. Guess, J. Johnson, J. Cart- C. Brown, A. Chruch, D. Condie, L. Cooper, G. Doubleday, E. Ellis, J, Fe,-.
mis, I.. Thomlison, A. Martain, T. Sorenson, Bottom Row: L. Williams, S. now, S. Fitch, D. Glorit, L. Lessard, S. Leuniz, J. Mellody, E. Mooris, J.
Iiotomatsuy, K. Maslyn, J. Viteri, M. Bombard, R. Del-loog, A. Erickson. Munoz, K. McMillan, J. Nelson, T. Onstad, T. Sorenson, M. Viteri, C. Wolff.
dvanced semina1'CSouthJ Advanced seminarf orthl
he Advanced Seminar was very active this year, doing pro-
jects and going on numerous fieldtrips. These included, con-
certs, plays, and informing tours.
A new club has been added to the club roster here at Agua
Fria, Industrial Arts Club formed this year. Members complete
creative projects with wood and design technical drawings.
C. Goodall, T. Dorough, K. Mosier, H. Craft, A. Madrid, D. Osborne.
J. Stockstill, S. Sims, G. Goodall, J. Raleigh, C. Corbett, E. Burkett, K. Cot-
ter, W. VanDuyn, J. Ginza, Dawn Procter.
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Inspecting Negatives is a favorite hobby of Chad.
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staffg FFA prepares
he Agua Fria Photo Staff is small group 4
photographers picked by Mr. Doyon to photograph school a
tivities, as well as pictures for the newspaper and tl:
The Future Farmers of America at Agua Fria had a gou
year. They raised animals for the state fair and won first pla
in parliamentary procedure on the district level. Th
represented the district at the state convention held at t
University of Arizona. Two FFA delegates represented t
Agua Fria chapter at the annual national convention held
F.F.A. members Susie Blackburn and Karen Trudgeon enjoy caring for animals.
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Top Row: M. Oviedo, W. Cordova, G. Cordova, H. Ingram, L. -Jimenez, J.
Castillo, S. Shriender, D. Murdock, D. Healy, First Row: P. Love, P. Wirrick,
T. Larson, T. Reda, D. Shoemaker, E. Moore, R. Mylam, S. Hubbard, D.
Lopez, Second Row: T. Hamilton, M. Cornell.
FBLA C orthl
L to R: T. Little, T. Olague, P. Castillo, F. Cribbs, L. George, R. Jimenez, S.
Parker, D. Harris.
FBLA is tops in state,
dance club is born at A.F.
Tlie F.B.L.A. at Agua Fria, is one of the top in the
State. F.B.L.A. has been outstanding this year, their cann-
ed food drive at Thanksgiving made all proud.
This year also brought another new club into existence
at Agua Fria. The Dance Club formed by Mrs. Zidow, will
probably become an all time favorite. Members practiced
Mondays and Fridays while many of us were still sleeping.
Ten members also attended a special dance workshop at
Arizona State University.
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Honwrmning dvlvnds uinrninqg n-1 Q5
he Desert Howl staff has had
the task of bringing Agua Fria
students and faculty the news perti-
nent to campus life. This included
updates on sports ad social events,
and other newsworthy occasions.
The editor, Pam Wootton, said
about the past year, "It was very
nerve wracking, but I enjoy jour-
nalism and it was a great challenge."
Another staff member, Terence
Kelling, remarked, "It was a unique
experience and it has helped me im-
prove my grammar. I am looking for-
ward to next year."
The staff has also taken field trips
to the Arizona Republic!Gazette of-
fices, Channel Twelve and the second
and third year students attended
journalism camp over the summer.
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R.O.T.C reports another
top flight year
his year the Agua Fria R.O.T.C. had another outstan-
ding year. Under strong leadership from Colonel Lorenz and
his cadet staff, this year has been a complete success. The
Drill Team had another award winning year at state meets.
And the Color Guard performed exceptionally well at games
and pep assemblies.
American Legion presents a flag to A.F. R.O.T.C.
R.0.'I'.tT. "A" Flight
ter, li. Ames, 'l'. Snnturo, I.. Bryant, Middle Row l.-lt: t'hicl' Msg, t'. liroonihead. 'l'. lie-cd, M.
Stone, H. Brock, lt. Bell, S. Maulen, S. t'oH'n1an, V. 'l'hurston, A. Lauriano, t'. Cullen, M. Boone,
lit, Cul. H. linrt-nz, M. Muck, l,. Hunnuld. ll. Rizzo, li. Mnncayu, P. Quigglo. -l. Stone. H, Allen. lt.
Flcnner, D. Hutchinson, .I. Hrooklmuscn.
ROTC members play chess during time off
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For those who are active, the Hiking Club and the Frisbee
Club are the clubs to belong toy and if you are a bookworm,
naturally, you should be in the Book Club. If prestige is what
you want, make sure you are in Interact. And for those who
want to work, become a Cafeteria Worker. All four clubs kept
active this year by hiking, throwing, reading, offering com-
munity services, and serving food.
Interact Cafeteria orkers
.F. histor made by club,
chess achieves new strategy
hess club was formed to give students interested in
a Chalice to play against other students at school.
History Club went to A.S.U.'s Department of History for
an all day field trip. Professor Ron Smith talked tothe club
did not play any other school this year. "The club
a chance for students to be with others that share
interests," said Roger Dehoog. A small, yet active
about the history of monks during the Dark Ages. As Mitch
Cornell stated, "The history club give you a Chance to learn
about things you wouldn't in a high school clasrooinf'
Club: Top I.-R: D. Abraham, R. Gutierrez, J. Cartsonis, D. Koseiki, D. Wichers, R. Fryman, C. Scharven, T. Rosztoczy, IC. Irving. Bottom I.-R: S
l,. Seitz, C. Kelling, M. Cartsonis, C. Cullens, R. Dehoog, D. Garber, E. Rivera.
Club: Top L-R: J. Mendez, S. Ford, C. Rice, J. McKennon, R. Havers, M. Sweeting, S. Gilert, D. O'Dea, N. Schell, H. Bryant, -I, Lopez, M. White, D.
nd Row I.-R: T. Rosztoczy, D. Healy, C. Humphrey, J. Rowe, W. Cordova, T. James, S. Mays, T. Carlos, K. Whorl, D. Naylor, F. Ayalla, P. West, E.
n, Mr. Reed. Bottom I.-R: I.. Johnson, M. Arnold, E. Mora, S. Taylor, B. Allen, T. Hamilton, S. Harbert, tMitc'hl Yvonne, Cornell. T. Dominguez, l..
he Letter Club is a longstanding tradition at
Agua Fria. Students who have lettered in a sport or
other activity are invited to join the club. Each year,
Letter Club members sell snacks at the football
games. This year members also sold programs. As one
member stated, 'fIt's a privilege to be a part of Agua
The Casa Grande Cougar gets carried to the fire by G. Rogers, D. O'Dea, and V. Lopes. Excitement mounts for J. Bringer and S. Guess.
Letter Club: Top Row L-R: T. Rosztoczy, M. Horner, R. McDaniel, K. Carrigan, J. Carstonis, S. Simms, T. Moore, C. Goodall, D. O'Dea, R. Rosztoczy
Grumbling, D.Nelson, 2nd Row L-R: C. Minoe, C. Salem, M. Moore, R. Fryman, M. White, M. Kindall, D. Cano, J. Johnson, D. Trask, K. Mahoney, 3rd
L-R: V. Lopez, C. Rice, M. Sweeting, P. West, B. White, M. Piccolomini, J. Bringer, S. Guess, J. Bedard, D. Hendrix, D. Vanliuren, 4th Row L-R: M.
Lorenz, D. Putnam, J. Viteri, N. Lowe, K. Hayes, S. Miller, C. Morales, Marsha Lopez, J. Cooper, K. Maslin, 5th Row l.-R: G. Justice, B. Blackburn
Johnson, S. Gilbert, M. Cartsonis, S. Early, J. Elis, T. Crane.
D.O. offers students jobs,
community served by Key Club
or any student interested in work experience during DO, those who already have one are accepted first.
igh school, DO is the organization to belong to. Among many community services, the Key Club spon-
Mr.Hagerman supervises the DO program. Students at- sored a dance for Cerebral Palsy and put forth their efforts
end school during the morning and use the afternoon for for the Far West Special Olympics.
ork experience, receiving credit for sixth and seventh On April 14, 1983 the Key Club attended the annual
our. South West convention held in Phoenix.
Although it is possible to be placed in a job after joining
Key Club: Top L-R: N. Schell, J. Watkins, L. Mena, K. Cotter, A. Martin, B. White, L. Tomlinson, S. Roehing, S. Roehing, K. Schwartzkopf, M. Piccolomini
G. Maloney, Third Row L-R: T. Rosztoczy, E. Lee, M. Barker, D. Anderson, K. Hayes, E. Wuthier, D. Putnam, J. Bedard, K. Larson, S. Miller, A. Madrid, M
Lukasik, Second Row L-R: G. Moyers, W. John, M. Mitcher, T. Dominquez, N. Abbott, C. Crujido, G. Lundmark, L. Ritchey, D. Rickel, L. Johnson D. Miller
First Row L-R: M. Horner, T. Dorough, K. Mahoney, C. Wong, L. Moore, P. Wootten, L. Seitz, E. Rivera, S. Baker, R. Rosztoczy.
The Ne Club Club
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To the graduating
We can recognize the graduating seniors of nineteen
eighty-three for what they have accomplished and what they
have yet to finish. They have accomplished the task of earn-
ing a piece of paper thatiyellows with age and ties together
yesterday and tomorrow with a red ribbon of memories. They
have yet to finish the task of learning. With eight years of
preparing for high school and four years of preparing for col-
lege, we see these young people enter a never ceasing life of
learning. They will learn by loving, hurting, seeing and ex-
periencing. Through these experiences they will have the op-
portunity to seek and to find themselves. Experiences are self
perpetuating as it is through others we experience. Con-
gratulations to the class of nineteen eighty-three for a job well
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Chad Corbett and Dawn I
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RITA BELL PAUL BELSTERLING
Debbie Van Buren, Carolyn Ritchie, and Dawn Proctor cheer on the football players.
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KEITH CARRIGAN DAVID CARRIZOZA
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KRISTIN COTTER JOHN COVEY
CURRY OLVIN CUTRIGHT ROGER DEHOOG
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KARA HENDRICKS YOLANDA HERNANDEZ ERIK
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ROSEMARY MUNOZ VICTORIA MUNOZ
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SARA MORA ' JACQUELINE MOREDOCK
JESSIE MUNOZ PAUL MUNOZ
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JEFF RIDDLE PAM RIGGS CAROLYN RITCHIE
ROGERS LUPE RODRIQUEZ J. C. RCI-ILA
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RQDNEY YANCY GUILLERMO ZUNIGA
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third time up
his' is the third season that the juniors have had the opportunity to
perform before an audience of peers. Performing comes easy for the
junior class because, "They're a great bunch of kids, with lots of ambi-
tion" declared Mr. Arley, junior class sponsor, and also as Stacy Marler,
a new student, added "They're friendly and easy to get along with."
Their biggest production this year has been the traditional candy sale.
Juniors were to be found all around the campus selling Crunch, Crispy-
Nut and S100,000 chocolate candy bars.
In early October, juniors gathered around the front of the O.K. Fulton
gym to choose and purchase class rings. There was an abundance of col-
ors and styles to choose from, yet, many of the students chose to have
their birthstones and names engraved on their rings. Later in the month,
juniors began preparing themselves for yet another tradition at Agua
Fria, Homecoming. This is an event that every junior becomes actively
involved in. According to Gaylene Moyers, junior class president, "Our
class worked hard and put a lot of effort into our float this year, although
it didn't place as high as we thought it should. "The float, The Jungle
Book, placed third in both school competition and in the Billy Moore
Parade competition. Overall, juniors placed second in class competition.
During the month of April, juniors began preparing for the
juniorfsenior prom. The prom which was held at the Arizona Club, has
always been put on by the juniors in honor of the seniors.
Soon after the prom, juniors anxiously look forward to the end of the
school year, yet, during the summer, they will anticipate their last cur-
tain call. '
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Clay Cook Cooper
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Guzman Hammit Heffington Henderson
Kathy Robert Kimberly Diane
Halsey Havers Heller Hendrick
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Christine Anna Kevin Ron Rig-ky
Lujan Madrid Mahoney Mailman Maldonado
Milie Lina Kevin Kayleen 'l'rac'y
LUJHU Madrid Mai Majeske Markowski
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Naylor Wfffldy JoAnn Anna Becky
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Jon, Jim, Chrissy, Jamie, Angela, Mike, Kim, Calvin, Timmy and Veto make a run for
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Tomlinson Towey Underwood Vasquez
Leonard Chayrez passes the lifesaver to his partner.
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Maria Beth Chris
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ne of the most difficult tasks facing
any sophomore sponsor is trying to get the
sophomores involved and pushing forward
on their three-year journey to graduation.
We spoke with a couple of this year's spon-
sors, Mrs. Akin and Mrs. Graziani. Mrs.
Akin said, "The sophomores are a great
bunch of kids." " These sophomores
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something to say," stated Mrs. Graziani.
The sophomores did get involved this
year. In homecoming class competition,
the sophomores came in second with their
float, "Alice in Wonderland," and fourth
in overall class competition.
Last year the sophomores had the run of
the north campus, but this year, at the
south campus, they got to be with the
Kristin Shears said, "I like it a lot better,
and I get to meet more people."
Most sophomores agree that this year
will be their best year yet.
Robert Dan-ell Suzanne Diane El'f1ffSt0
Acuna Aldridge Altizer Anderson Avltla
Tim Sheila Brian Melody Frank
Ahrenberg Allen AIIIBS Arlwld Ayala
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Carlos Chapa Cole
Kim Jose Leticia
Cashman Charvin Colorado
Manuel Steve Trisha
Castrillo Coffman Cffmbee
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Jack Brendon Rodi
Ewert Fellows Firlhel'
Dan James Rhea
Esquivel Fahrenbacher Fifer Flenner
Sophomores participate in class competition.
Timothy Randy Doug David
Frank Freberg Garber Gardner
Sara Linda Carlos John
Friedman Gage Garcia Garduno
Shelly Edward Rosemary Shane
Frost Galindo Garcia Garrels
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Holguin Hubbard Hunt
Michelle Venecia Rose
Howell Hubbard Ingram
Clint Scott Todd
Lawson Leach Ledford
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L0ri Irene Jerry John Becky Patty J ere
Ritchey Rodriguez Rose Sanuagui Schwald Seckar Sessions
Peggy Sandy Steve Rogelio Michelle Pauletta Berne
Rizzo Roehling Ross Samaniego Scism Seitiz Shack
J Odi Susan Diana Rosie
R0bbiI'l9 Roeling Ruehrmund Sanchez
Hugh Stefani Christine Ed
Roberts Rogers Saenz Sandoval
Dana Lucy Norma Paul
Rodenbery Romayor San Miguel Sarver
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Shears Simington Smart Solis Stanton Stokes Taylor
Scott Laura Paul David Margie John Pegeen
Sherman Simmons Smith Solis Starr Stone Tebbe
Mary Ann Todd Alice Omar Jay Lance Kimberly
Silva Sinclair Snook Soto Stephens Syverson Thompsc
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Baby owls swoop,
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fly by their spirit. Mrs. Conway, the freshman sponsor, had
quite a bit to say about this year's class. When asked about
the enthusiasm, she replied, "They're a good class, they're
hard workers and they have a lot of spirit and pride.
Yes, our freshmen have made quite a statement this year as
their float took first place at homecoming. In accordance with
this year's theme, their float was taken from the book, "Clash
of the Titans." It featured a horse with moving wings.
The beauty of the freshmen really showed this year and we
can proudly say, fly Baby Owls, be free to show your spirit.
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Buckson Caro Chatfield
Michael Raul Robert
Bueno Castaneda Chilcoat
Poli Patty Wayne
Cachin Castillo Christner
Clint Debra Alan
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Sylvia Kelly Maria
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Albertina Ken Rodney Chai-leg
Gonzales Graham Green Greer
Laura Mark Bobby Jan
Gotcher Grant Greene
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Kesweden Lal' S011 Leijli Leunlz Lopez
Carri Francine Liz Tauna Jorge
Kitchens Lavoie Lessard Little Lopez
Scott Lim Matthew
Kleppe Lindsey Lopez
Corine Ramona Ramona
Lakey Lahfman Lopez
Marnie Anim Kathleen
Lambert Lopez Loy
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Scott Sernas Shenandoah
Nina Wade Brian
Scott Shaffer Shepard
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hose of us who have been at Agua Fria for four years
can look back and remember those teachers who have
made a permanent impression on our lives,', commented
Shari Hayes. This is because of the strong bond between
teacher and student. That bond will carry on throughout
the years and will be passed on to future students and new
teachers beginning at Agua Fria.
As another student, Tom Kirsch, added, "Tradition at
Agua Fria has always been a very important asset in the
orientation of new people." Teachers are no exception.
This year's new teachers were, Mrs. Linda Anthony, Mr.
Brian Bogen, Mr. Buddy Deimler, Mr. Frank Dudley, Mr.
John B. Fink, Miss Debi Raffin, Miss Mary Ruben, Mr.
Rick Spears, Miss Crystal Stephens, Mr. Jim Dawson, Mrs.
Lynda Arnold, Mrs. Connie Cooley, Mrs. Susie Saufley,
Mrs. Joyce Hogan Sz Mrs. Carol Ray. We welcome you all
and hope you enjoy being an Agua Frian!
Miss Kathy Crill does her impression of Kermit the Frog.
Abbott, Mr. Bob
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Akin, Mrs. Peggy
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Attendance Library Aide
Billingsly, Mrs. Elaine Bogen, Mr. Brian
Reading Center Science
Brown, Rose Byram, Miss Karen
Asst. Principal Sec. English
Louise Clark, Mr. David
Cooper, Mr. Joe
Trades and Industry
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Coor, Mr. Chauncey
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Business Education Foreign Language
Dudley, Mr. Frank
Dunn, Mrs. JoAnn
Cooley, Mrs. Connie
Dawson, Mr. Jim
Espil, Mrs. Yvonne
Morning announcements are given daily by
Deimler, Mr. Buddy
Estupinan, Miss Anita Farris Mr John
English Fine Arts
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English Supt. Secretary
Gay, Mrs. Shorty Goodwin, Mr. Tom
Attendance Clerk Physical Education
Godfrey, Mrs. Ruth
Garber, Mrs. Vicky
Graziani, Miss Trinna
Goitia, Mr. Dave Grey, Mr. B
Special Skills Social
Hagerman, Mr. Clary Hamlmro, Mrs.
Business Education Reading
Henderson, Mrs. Pat
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Koontz, Mrs. Patsy
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Naerhbass, Mrs. Jo
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Special Skills Switchboard
Kotalik, Miss Karen
Miller, Mrs. Lucy
Netherton, Mrs. Shirley
Lavin, Mr. Pat
Judge, Mr. Byron
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Kennedy, Mrs. Carlene
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Mrs. Zidow displays her strength by lifting 40 pounds
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hla, Mrs. Carole
idance Records Clerk
O'Br1en, Mr. Jim
Pina, Mrs. Debbie
Ruben, Miss Mary
Mrs. Whitney assists Sheri Zinkl with library resources.
Purcell, Mr. Lloyd
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Raffin, Mrs. Debi
Saufley, Mrs. Susie
Ray, Mrs. Carol
Scheidt, Mrs. Sandra
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Schireman, Mr. Al
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Social Studies Home Economics Mathematics
Solano, Mrs. Mary
Business Office Clerk
Trout, Mr. Bob
Wicht, Mr. Bob
Solorzano, Mrs. Elsa
Tualla, Mr. Paul
Williams, Mr. Mike
Stephens, Miss Crystal
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Zidow, Mrs. Cheryl
Shilliday, Mr. Don
Stephens, Mr. John
Anthony, Mrs. Linda
Ziobrowski, Miss Mary
Stevenson, Mrs. Patricia Tomlinson Mrs
Nurse Home Economics
Walter, Miss Debby
Montana, Mr. Bennie
Campus Cafeteria Staff: From Left to Right: Mrs. Tobe Lindsey, Mrs. Lois Harsch, Mrs. Louise Fullington, Mrs. Gert
Mrs. Melva Frazier, Mrs. Bessie Lopez.
North Campus Cafeteria Staff: L-R: Ima Love, Elsie Summers, Rose Fisher.
Roderick, Mr. Don
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hen we hear the word "administration" what usually comes to mind is ad-
vice, guidance, leadership and most of all discipline. ln our administration all of
these qualities are found.
They use their knowledge and experience to guide students in the right direction
and lead them toward successful and productive lives. They use their discipline to
reform students and send them into the demanding world we all enter after high
We students at Agua Fria thank you, the administration, for your help and
understanding. We hope you are as proud of us as we are of you.
Mr. O.K. Fulton Mr. Don Enz
Mr. Duane Given
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Mr. Ferenc Rosztoczy, Mr.
Ronald Wood, Mr. Ronald
Rayner CPresidentJ, Mr.
Lawrence Fergus, Mr. Herman
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Miss Nan Raine
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Pep assemblies bring out spirit.
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he students at Agua Fria Union High School have gone
through a number of different changes in clothes, personality
and attitudes. However, one characteristic which has always
stood out in our school is school spirit. Pep assemblies, wear-
ing red and gray, spirit week and attending games are just a
few examples of how "alive" we are.
Maryann Silva chugs away.
The varsity football team gets everyone
spirited for the game against Trevor
The uniform says it all for Junior Molina.
hroughout the year there have been
many students who work after school or
during school with the Diversified Oc-
cupations Program. These students not
only need to maintain good grades at
school but they are also required to
Gifts III supports Denise Stupka's gasoline bill.
show good performance at work. As Mr
Fulton said, "I greatly admire student:
who work and are able to keep a goof
grade point average, particularly when
working is a necessity?
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Skip Trotter cleans the vats at McDonalds.
Pam Riggs keeps busy at the Hallmark Gift Shop.
When shopping at Alpha Beta, you will often see Brent Mix.
orth and south
ow many times have you just sat back and really enjoyed
our school? It's not very often that you get to see it without
students, teachers, or any other person on the campuses of
either north campus or south campus. The north campus of
Agua Fria is a new and very modernized building whereas the
south campus is an older building which has developed
special characteristics of its own. These two buildings have
absorbed the spirit of those people which have attended them
in one way or another. Maybe that is why Agua Fria Union
High School is so "alive"!
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record of A.F. memories
T he Wickiup staff this year was a little different. For
one thing the staff was led by co-editors, Sherri Biringer
and Louis Mena. The staff was m ade up of fourteen wild
and crazy people. Everyone on the staff was new to this
kind of serious work, but somehow they stuck it out and
put together a complete book of the year.
There were times during the year that tried everyone's
patience, like deadlines or the lack of photos, but somehow
everyone pulled together to complete the book. The
hardest thing was waiting for the results at the end of the
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C. Corbett in deep concentration.
C. Manuel draws our owl with perfection. Qi 195
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