Agua Fria Union High School - Wickiup Yearbook (Avondale, AZ)
- Class of 1986
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1986 Wickiup Vol. 29
Avondale Az 85323
'Thunder -N- Lightning'
Dy Dio Jorgenson
All's quier on rhe compuses of
Aguo Frio High School in rhe eorly
morning hours, Suddenly, DOOM!
freshmen, sophomores, juniors,
ond seniors, o rorol of 1451 sru-
denrs, hir rhe grounds or AF vvirh
on enormous roor of rhunder ond
on enricing srrilse of lighrning,
Righr here. All rhrough our high
school yeors vve've vvorlsed or be-
coming rhe besr we con be,
we've done rhe impressive worls
of lighrning, ond creored the rrem-
bling roor of rhunderl
As AF srudenrs ond foculry, we
go ro exrremes ro prove ro rhe
communiry, our rivol schools, rhe
srore, ond rhe norion rhor os o
Norionol School of Excellence,
Aguo Frio is THUNDER AND l.lGHT-
"S E N I O R S R U L El" rhundered
rhroughour rhe sourh compus os seniors
Kilse Hirrh, Todd Dorlxer, Kent McMillon,
Evon Boyd, Eric Ellis, Sreve Dolser, Kevin
Crowley, ond Chorlie Wolf show vvhor spirir
really is, during homecoming weels.
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Pommies Tonyo-Laos True, Yvonne Def
Corr, Heorher Wmioms, ond Nrcole
Ayerzo, show rherr org smrles on Cor'
roon Chorocrer Doy.
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by Sharon Mosier
Junior, holds on
Student life is the relaxation found,
different trends and music makes the world go around,
Homecoming and football games,
meeting new people, learning new names.
Decisions are to be made at a very young age,
but pretend young friend as though you were on a stage.
Dan't lose your dreams and turn them into illusions,
hold strong and get by the canfusion
Graduation is coming, the end is near,
bad turns to good and hope into fear
Thunder is the noise to help us stand out of the crowd
our lightning is bright but never too loud
Youth is our advantage, together we could change society,
Student life is a part of everyone and everyone is a part of you and
T here are
junior Stephen Densford,
"Lunch is my favorite
time because it gives me
a chance to see my
friends." Most Agua
Frians agree and savor
those relaxing moments
just ro kick back.
Above: Stephen Densford and Kelli Johnston, juniors, mellow our during their classes
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hen the lunch bell rings, all
W students get ready to rush
for food. Their eating hab-
its are disastrous and the
auanities are incredible, but when those
inevitable hunger pains begin there's no
holding bacl-2, Taco Dell, Pizza Hut, and
the cafeteria food is in demand, but
McDonalds is the popular choice for stu-
dents at Agua Fria, Jeff Larson, senior
replies "Lunch is real rad, some people
pig out while others just enjoy the time
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the onnuol outdoor ossembly, It
introduces sports, pom, cheers,
ond new teachers. Although ir is
o nice ideo, it tends to be o very 'worm'
week is the
time for oil
show off their spirit. One
doy this yeor wos cortoon
doy where costumes voried
from Popeye to Berry Boop.
Senior Timm Rogers stores,
"l like homecoming be-
couse it is the only time
when the school reolly
unites ond hos o good time
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O X SUMMER
Ir oil begins when you find yourself
home worching rhe soops. Turn
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Deonno Duncon, sophomore, ond Cheri I-Ioldcrofr,
sophomore, or The Uniyersol Srudios in Colifornio
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Some Aguo Frions porried o lor over
rhe '85 summer in o differenr woy. Jen-
nifer Moihoffer, junior, "I oorried oil nighr
ond doy when my oorenrs were gone
for o monrh, fun, fun, fun!".
Melisso Emmerre, junior, "I sroyed
wirh Jeni Moihoffer ond porrieoln
Sreohoni Boyles, seniorusoio, "I need'
ed ro ger owoy from rhis ploce, I wenr ro
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Close ro home. Aguo Frion srudenrs hod
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By Cori Johnson
Sex, Drugs, ond Rock ond Roll, were
blomed for the problems which led to the
closing of Compton Terroce. After the Aer-
osmith, Scorpions, Victory, ond Aurogroph
concert, Compton Terroce wos closed to oll
but religious functions ond cor shows.
Psepogs of multiple ropes ond drug overe
doses were heodlines, but in octuolity, there
wos one overdose ond no reported ropes.
Tom Rowe, senior, felt this wos not
enough reoson to close down Compton, "lf
you put oll the people in the school cofetee
rio, you would hove more problems."
Another problem wos occess, mony
woited hours to get out of the porlsing lot.
Joonne Dover, Englisxhfreoch r, ow no dif-
ference from other Compton concerts.
"The-y've been hoving concerts there for
For Aguo Frion's, the good outweighed
"The closing of Compton Terroce wos o
flogront woste of time, effort, ond imogry,
on obsolute disgroce to the rocls communi-
ty," soid Liz Lessord, senior.
"l lilse open oir concerts more," it is not os
hot, everyone is more comfortoble," soid
Only time will tell whether the decision
sronds or not. If Compton Terroce is kept
closed, it will truly be o woste in the eyes of
most AF students.
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By Monico Viteri
Homecoming weel-Q this yeor showed
tremendous spirit from oll four closses.
Excitement ond enthusiosm went into
the troditionol floor building ond noonf
time octiyities. Dressrup doys during the
weels olso odded to the excitement. Fri-
doy morning during holl decoroting, wos
when the most closs spirit wos shown,
especiolly oy the seniors who poroded
oround the school ond won the holl
"Homecoming wos o totolly new ex-
perience for me, ond I thinls it's greot"
soid Udo Vollse, senior from West Get,
"Homecoming vveels wos reolly fun,
our closs reolly got involved. The only
thing wos thot I didn't hoye ony time to
get ony homeworls done oecouse of oll
the octiyitiesf' soid Tommy Ologue, sen'
Any woy you lools ot it, Homecoming
'85-86 wos definitely one of the high'
lights of the yeor.
Kevin Ritchey. sophomore, John Dull
miller, sophomore, Juni Chilfeenee, iu
nior, ond Kolsi Hont, senior, deoote
over Homecoming royolty
Tait Sorenson, senior, wotches noon
time octivities on Cortoon Doy,
Com McCown, ond Kenny Grohom,
seniors, help decorote the Senior holl
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Homecoming nighr wos rhe highlighr of
the entire Homecoming weels. The floor
comperirion or hoif-rime wos won by rhe
juniors, with rhe senior closs winning oyeroll.
Alumni King Tom Bushong ond Queen
Alicio Solis crowned rhe new King Morr Lo-
pez, ond rhe new Queen Lisso Wollicls. The
senior orrendonrs were Coro Moyers, Com
McCown, Nicole Ayerzo, ond Kerry McDon-
iel. The junior orrendonrs were Berh Muse,
ond Jomie Self. Sophomore orrendonrs
were Sreve Rogers ond Dino Esrorgo, Fresh-
mon orrendonrs were Denise ond Seon Enri-
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Sophomore attendants: Steve Rogers and Dana Esrorga
Freshman attendants: Denuse Enrnqoez and Sean Enruquez
Senlor attendants: Kerry McDanneI, Nucole Ayerza, Cara Moyers,
MCCown Kung Marr Lopez, and Queen Lissa Wotticls
Bern Muse and Jamve Self
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Crowned Miss Billy Moore of 1085-86
ros senior Dimpy Chowlo, notive of ln-
o. The Pogeont wos held Soturdoy, Oct
, in the AF ouditorium.
"I wos reolly slsepticol obout the pog-
nt becouse the competion wos so stiff.
hink the girls oll deserve to be recog-
zedg they oll did such o wonderfuljobf'
The fourteen other porticlponts were?
Llsso Wollicls, Reglno Wichrnon, Tonyo-
Liso True, Srocey Boker, Coro Moyers,
Melisso Fryrnon, Rondo Royner, Joclsie
Kennedy, Christie Chotfield, Chrisrlono
Poce, Louro Worthy, Nicole Ayerzo, Liz
Lessord, ond Kelly Chondler.
First runner-up Louro Worthy wos still
hoppy, "Even if I hodn't won onyrhing I
would hove been hoppy just to portlci-
pore in it, Out oll the pogeonts Aguo Frlo
hos hod since l've been here, I think this
one wos the best!"
Second runner-up wos Christie Chor-
field, ond Miss Congeniolity wos o three
woy tie oworded to Tonyo Liso True,
Coro Moyers, ond Rondo Royner.
Even to the non-winner, it wos o
greor experience. Added Melisso Fry-
mon, "I mode mony friends ond recon-
ciled differences of old ones. I reolly en-
joyed it oll."
For Left: Chrisriono Poce presented o video presen-
rorion ro 2O!2O Vison
Left: Louro Worthy performed o piono solo
Top Center: Tonyo-Liso True performed o iozz
inrerprerorion of Porti LoDelle's "New Attirude "
Above: Rondo Royner donced ro "lf My Friends
Could See Me Now "
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junior ond Shannon Arnold junior show their Agua
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Seniors ond Juniors show rheir upperclossrnon sp r r
"Pep assemblies are a great
way to show off our senior
spirit and to Ier our
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Cheerline coptoin, Jill Hegedus,
colmed the students ond foculty
down soying "Everyone, pleose be
quiet." As she introduced Kerry
McDoniels, who told how the teom
wos going to vvin, the tension spreod
through the bleachers, McDoniel's
voice wos drowned out by the
Closs competition become the next
octivity for the pep ossemblies. From
freshmon to seniors olrnost everyone
vvos rowdy, Although, thot rernoined
true to some, other students felt dif-
ferently. Sherry Borney, junior, sold
"Some of the students don't get en-
thused enough from the coptoin of
the cheerlinef' Tommy llieflsohl,
sophomore, sold "Ir gets you out of
closs, ond it gives you o chonce ro
stress your spirit for this school," Kelly
Chondler, senior, stored "I thinla
they're greot, becouse they get the
teom pepped ond ollow us to get out
Above: Kerry McDontel, senior, peps
up the crowd Above Seniors show
their spirit Right Sophomore: look
oround in confusion.
if Porty Life
By Korlo Wood
It's the weekend. It's potty time.
School is there forwork on the broin ond to
receixfei o good educotion. But when 2:30 pm
hits on Fridoy, it's potty time for the weekend.
mwhether the portys ore outdoors or indoors,
they're olwoys ioods of fun," soys Joson Doe,
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Most students of Aguo Frio seem to hove
needs ond Wonts for some kind of portying
oction. Every Fridoy ond Soturdoy night oil kinds
of teens ore either out on the town orjust ploin
portying or home. it's onxepidemic thot spreods
in on eorly stoge of the odolecent iife spon.
Although, some teens do potty, others tend to
get out of hond. Dovid Betzhold, senioti
f'They're oil right if I'm doing something I like o
wont to, but things get out of hond some'
AF graduate, Shonnon Jenkins, ond Melisso Emmett
Left: Morc Toui, senior, dressed up QD in costume for o Holioween porty.
Above: Udo Volke, senior, Roche! Brockey, senior, ond AF grod Jerry Rose, toke time oi
from serious portying to pose for o picture.
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Rhonda Rayner, scmor, ond Joy Femow, senior, porries rogerher
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By Monico Vireri
This yeor sow mony new rrends in
ryle ond foshion. The 'oO's psychedelic
ols come bocls, ond so did lorge flow-
r prinr ond poisley.
, Blocls colored clorhing become rhe
ihic, lorge loose sweorers sroyed in
ryle, ond os olvvoys blue jeons, Colso
loci-2, ond whirejeonsb os well osjocls-
rs sroyed os populor os ever. Well
nown celebriries like Modonno ond
Don Johnson of Miomi Vice olso influ-
enced rhe woy people dressed rhis
yeor. When oslsed who influenced rhe
vvoy rhey dress, AF srudenrs replied,
"I dress ro rhe mood l'm in. When I
shop, I shop for comforr ond whor
corches my eye, nor whor everyone
else is weoringf' Chrisriono Poce, sen-
"The 20's ond 30's ero. Everyrhing
wos so eosy ond corefree rhen, I soy
ir's vinroge or norhingf' Kolsi Hunr, sen'
"For me, dressing is on expression of
your personoliry ond ihdividuoliry. lr
molses o sroremenr," Jim Bell, senior,
Foshion or AF vories from person ro
person, eoch one hoving o unique per'
sonoliry ond sryle. Don'r be ofroid ro
express your individuoliry or ro jusr be
Derels Mellon, ond Robbie Toinrer, Juniors, onxiously pose ro have rheir picrure
Modonno influenced rhe woy people dressed.
Seniors John Royner, ond Todd DorI4er's, sryle ore moinly Mod,
Wendy Moldovin, junior, is Modonno for o doy, os Amy Tomlinson ond Shoron All-zire
"After the first few minutes of the ploy
you get into your chorocter."
Seniors John Munoz ond Choriie Wolfe in o scene from the pioy, 12 Angry jurors
Left to Right: Adorn Edes, senior, Cody Mock, freshmen, Christie Chorfieid, senior, Melisso Frynnon
senior, Soro Cohen, junior, John Munoz, senior.
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Accused Mon's Fote Decided By
72 Angry jurars'
by Monico Vireri
The dromo deportment produced os
its onnuol oll-school ploy, 12 Angry JU-
The ploy, which tolses ploce in the
present doy in summertime, wos
obout 12 jurors considering the guilt or
innocence of o mon occused of stob-
bing his fother to deoth,
As the testimony is examined, the
true personolities of the jurors ore re-
veoled. The ploy included 18 octors ond
octresses thot ployed the chorocters of
12 jurors, o foremon, ond ci clerls, Ac-
tors were Foremon Tim Rogers, senior,
Juror No. 2, Soroh Cohen, junior, Juror
No. 8, Melisso Frymon, senior, Juror No.
4 Christie Chotfield, senior, Juror No. 5,
Adom Edes, senior, Juror No. o, Katie
Mock, freshmon, Juror No, 7 , John
Munoz, senior, Juror No. 8, Todd Dog-
gord, senior, Juror No, Q, Tiri Chotfield,
junior, Juror No. 10, Shonnon Wilson,
junior, Juror No. 11, Mono Rivers, senior,
Juror No. 12 Chorlie Wolfe, senior, Bye
ron Judge commented on the octors
soying thot they were o "smoll but
extremely strong cost."
Asked how he felt obour perform-
ing, Senior John Munoz stored, "After
the first few minutes of the ploy, you
get into your chorocter ond the oudi-
ence no longer hos ony effect on your
concentration, It was hord to mointoin
chorocter for thot length of time be-
couse oil the octors were on stoge for
the whole durotion ofthe ploy."
Left: Cody Mocls, freshmen, Tiri Chotfield, junior,
ond Adom Edes, senior,
Below: Jurors Soro Cohen, junior, Charlie Wolfe,
senior, Mono Piivero, senior, Christie Chorfield, sen-
ior, Todd Doggorr, senior, ond Timm Rogers, senior,
discuss the guilr or innocence of the mon convicted
in the ploy.
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!3efowEddue Morron, senror, surs I0 me sunroof of hrs Celico
Derrick Mellons 1068 brrghr rurquolse Korman Gnlo IS 0 show cor
Robbre Tofnrer, ond Derrick Meilon, juniors, slr I0 Robbie! converrible Vollsswogen
No longer do students have
to depend on their parents or Q
buses for rides, they've got
By Karla Wood
At Agua Fria it seems most students
' have their own transportation. Unlilse
many years before, students don't
have to depend on the bus for school.
Tige Becls, sophomore, comments "lt's
cool, you don't have to depend on
patents or other people."
No matter what lsind of car, from
family station wagons to show cars,
Agua Frian students love to drive. Rich-
ard Garcia, sophomore, "lt's better
than wallsing, l feel important, but
what seems to scare me is like at a 4'
Rachael Dradry, senior, sits inside her SE-5 trucls,
John Rayner, senior, poses with his RX7 Mazda. Below, Nicole Ayetza, senior, gets into her
way stop. I get confused, people get in
a hurry and get mad, because I can't
malse my mind up. Yet all in all I love to
drive." Sophomore, Cindy Helderoft,
said "I lilse to drive for one thing it gets
me around, but it can be scary while its
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Susan Hansen, senior, in her Mustang GT,
Above- This sporty red Triumph belongs to senior Dill Hallam Below: Senior Charlie Wolfe's
vintage 'Vette is the envy of many.
bright yellow Vollsswagon convertible, W
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Below: Supporr is o main focror of success in sports. Wayne
DesCombes congroruiores Jesse Avena, sophomore, for his
efforrs. Upper flighr: Buck Sirningron, sophomore, goes for rhe
irs season 10 O.
Marla Reese, junior,
shows how fasr
he junior vorsiry
gers ir rogerher
for a team shar. This
rhey iearn ro ger
our of ihor cold
year rhe young Owls
finished rheir season 8-
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Jennifer Jarnogin, freshmon, shows off her forearm. The girls'
tennis finished their season with o 4-8 season.
Below: Arhleric Direcror OK, Fulron worches
the game. Upper righrf Krisren Mock, Junior,
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fees off. Lefr Cenrerf The vorsiry foorboll reonn K3
in ocrion. Lower Lefrf The vorsiry porn line or
holf time Rrghr cenrerf The AF. girls cross coun'
rry reom srorrs off.
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work off rhe
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show rn rhe weignr
procrice ond efforr
Ore me nnoin
elernenrs in ony
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Colerre Humphrey, sophomore, goes for rho bwrd The gurls' vursny budrnrnxun
reom ended rheur season C 5 ond ine Junuor vmrgrry morn funnsned O5
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"Eric's seoson srorred slow bur
ihrougn prociice he rurned his
seoson inro o very respecroble
resulr rrior he should be proud
of The rc-om could olwoys
count on o deceni score "
H Kent Mc.MilIon
"Kon: nos olwoys been srrong
because hc's been conslsionr
ond he helped Ihc' Ie-om mosr
because of his experience ond
W H D Smith
'Tronly for the pos! rhree years
he nos olwoys played his bear
ond exceeded his expeciorions
ond hes olwoys conrrrbured o
lor io me reonn "
- Ken! Hiner
'Ile improved greorlv over the
lost yeor ond ended up hoving
ci successful season "
- Eric Wohler
H D Smirh
"H D wos olwoys fun ro ploy
wnh, he mode golf seem cosy
because of his good ornvude
He ployed well ond would
have been berrer if he nod nor
sloiwd so lore his junior yoor "
-- Fronls Soulley
"The sc-oson seemed very
shorr, with oll rhe ocnvines I wos
involved in, I wish l could have
speni more mme on my
"l'm glod I nod ine opporruniry
ro ploy golf for Agua Fric Eoch
yeor broughr new experiences
ond new friends l've ocquired
o rolenr which I will use for the
rest of my lile "
28 X Golf
DOY5 GOLF' Fronr Row: Fronla Sufley, Doyung Kim, Milf-e BOYGNWOO, HD. Smifh. Kenr Hemel. AOCIY GUIIGVGZ.
Ayerzo, Chris Vizzerro, Derek Mellon, Kevin Rirchey, John Rowlond, P-ich PEIGFSOFW. Jeff PGTGYS. Ken' MCMIIIOO.
Durremiller, Seon Enriquez. Second Row: Cooch Woyne WOIWIGF, Mike I-INJQUISF, JD- DOG.
,Av. J., in -.-
Derek Mellon gives his best in procrice ro ger reody for on
Molly Quinn swings, hoping ro get rhe boil in good position.
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Girls Finish 6-4, But Boys Golf
ly Greg Huyck
Anorher season has been complered and
sguo Fria's dominarion of golf in rhe Merro
livision has conrinued.
The boys, who were coached by Wayne
lareman, easily cruised through divisionals losr
eason winning by 40 srrokes wirh all players
nishing in rhe rap ren. The girls, who were
goached by Carol Smirh, also played well in
neir srare rournamenr and finished rhe year
virh a 04 record.
John Burremiller was rhe Owls mosr valuable
ilayer for rhe boys ar divisionals wirh rounds of
55 and 77. Durremiller, who spenr rhe majority
if rhe year playing number 1 and 2, reamed
ip wirh Kenr McMillan ar rhe srare rournamenr
o assure 11rh place for Agua Fria.
For rhe girls rearn, Shannon Wilson ended
virh rhe lowest rounds of 102 and O8 ro clinch
'rh place for rhe Owls in rhe srare rournamenr.
Vilson's feelings about rhe year were de-
scribed as being a fun season. "Next year we'll
have a lor of returning varsiry players and we
should have a prerry good season," she said.
The remaining four members of rhe girls varsiry
ream were Sracey Baker, Julie Goodrich, Kris-
ran Mack, and freshman Crisra Lair who was
awarded mosr valuable player of rhe year.
The other boys on rhe ream, who ended
rhe season wirh a respecrable finish ar srare,
were Kevin Rirchey, Eric Wohler, and Derrick
Mellon. The remaining backup members of rhe
ream consisred of Kris Vizzara, Frank Saufley,
Kenr Hiner, JD. Bae, Scorr Marrin, Kelly
Kleinschmidr, and Kim Duyong,
For rhe girls, rhe backup members of rhe
team consisred of freshman Jahala Smirh, Flor-
ence Beebe, Terry Lemons, Melani Espil, and
Marla Cooper. Sophomore players were Lisa
Leonhardr and Diana Brinkehoff along wirh ju-
niors and seniors Amy Tomilson, Jamie Maslin,
Molly Quinn, and Nicole Ayerza.
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Mesa el SOI 246 mmm
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281 OFCOS de N120 OO
if Kofo 224
27 MCC"fifock 343
3 YUFTWO 266 Gilbert 363
280 c Oopo
32 Came-lbo I 220
214 Non Cf 226
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2:10 ClwQnd,E,, 550
513 peanoro 212 pliOenixC
14 Alhclffibra OUNWDOV 210
Kent McMillan, senior, TOHGS a break before going ra rhe
nexr hole ar rhe Esrrella Park course.
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Three points made the difference between
State Run For Girls
Upset By 3 Pts
gg , Coach Clark
efsx 'Q "They had a goal, trained
-5 ' hard, and gave their maxi
by John Munoz
Junion Julie Leavario, strives for that extra bit of strength to
For Rights Senior, Heather Pierre, flashes a smile as she
charges through her vigourous run.
Her goal was
Just to make it throug the
"To support the team and
make it to dtvisionals "
going to the state meet and not going to the
state meet for Agua Fria's girls cross country
team. . i - . V
Coached by Michele Hawkins and Dave . ' .C
Clark, the girls placed sixth in the divisional '
meet held in Lake Havasu on Nov. 13. They
battled it out but were short three points from
making it to the state meet.
"lt was somewhat disappointing, but really it
was a success because every girl ran her best
time of the season and l really couIdn't have ,
been happier with their performance," said "N
This was Coach Hawkins first year teaching
and coaching. She ran competitively for four
years in high school but felt she wanted to start
running for the fun of it. She felt that by coach-
ing, she could run and enjoy it, "I like the team C
being small because it was easier to give them
Crunnersl individual attention," Miss Hawkins
Placing for AF were junior, Julie Levaria, ju-
nior, Katy Rivera, senior, Elizabeth Reed, junior,
Beth Muse, senior, Heather Pierre, and junior
The girls ended the season with a 8-12 re-
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lotleit Cure Kneelngf Coach David Clark, Standthg left: Colleen Ad-
ney, lsera Rivera, Liz Reid, Sarag Shears, Beth Muse, Julie
Levaria, Heather Piette.
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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Kneeling Sam Lay Brad Mai Shawn Drirroin, David Epplin, Burl-ie Albelda, Coach David
hoffer Jeff Schmalsi Dana Quass Sreve Durler Sranding ClOrl4, JOHN Munoz. DOO 5hillidOy, Mafwin Joe.
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First Time In 23 Yrs,
Boys Run State.
by John Munoz
Agua Fria's boys cross counrry ream did ir for
rhe firsr rime in the Iasr 23 years. They made ir
pasr divisionols ro rhe srare meer.
On Nov. 18 rhe Owls rraveled ro Lalse Ha-
vasu ro compete in the divisional meer, Afrer
losing rheir former No. 1 runner, Dale Sheeley,
rhe Owls had almosr considered rhe srare meer
our of reach. They were concenrraring on plac-
ing fifrh as a ream since rhe rop five reams go
ro rhe srare meer. They nor only qualified for
rhe srare meer, bur rhey placed fourrh in rheir
"I was delighred rhe boys qualified for srare.
They wenr ro divisionals believing rhey were a
long shor for rhe 5rh Clasrb qualifying posirion
and ended up finishing 4rh. They had a goal,
rrained hard and gave rheir maximum effort.
You can'r asls for more rhan rhar," said Coach
Coming in firsr place for the Owls wasjunior,
Shown Drirrain, who also qualified for srare as
an individual by placing sixrh overall. They oth-
er runners were in finishing order, junior Don
Shilliday, seniors John Munoz and David Eppling
juniors, Burke Albelda, Sieve Burler and Marwin
,QQOS . . .
His goal was
K John Munoz
5 "Ar firsr our goal was ro
' - X , make srare rnen ir was ra
:- 2 be me lirsi ream or AF,
V. f l I cross counrry, ra make ir ro
in 15 srare
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3. , 'Fi J M f 'improve my rimes and
' ' ' be 0 recognized runner "
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Metro League Title Captured:
His goal was:
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"Doing the best I
could in each game,
to treat each one as
if it was my last
"To make all-league
and to make it to
the playeoffs. "To be
To become the best
at my position to
benefit the team."
"To play every
down 1002 and to
be one of the
"To be the best
tight end in the state
and to do my best
on every play."
"To win the state
"To start on first
Although the Owls were one game short of
competing in the stare championship game,
they ended the season with a record of 10-8 and
gained the Metro Region 2 title,
Third year Coach Tom Wheatley was aided
by two new assistants this year, Dan Hernandez
and Howard White, both of whom contributed
to the Owls's successful season, The coaching
staff seemed to be the perfect combination that
would lead the Owls to state, but the team was
outsized and out played by a strong determined
Gilbert team that would eventually capture the
AAA Division 2 state championship. '
Ar the beginning of the season the players
"lt was a great season re-
gardless of the outcome."
decided, as a goal, to make the playoffs. Not
only did the Owls make the playoffs, but they
reached the final four in their division.
The team left their marks in the football record
books by breaking the Aguo.Fria record of eight
wins in one season. Junior, T.C. Richmond made
an individual accomplishment by running 105
yards on an interception return against Lake
Havasu, breaking the Agua Fria football record
of 108 yards set by Glenn Rogers in 1080, and
tying the stare football records.
Most of the Owls' victories were lead by their
running game, said Coach Wheatley. With a
total of 34 touchdowns, '25 were on the ground.
Senior, James Hood lead the Owls in rushes goin-
ing over 1,000 yards. The Owls' second leading
rusher was junior Vern Rogers who ran for over
The Wonder Dax! A display of Agua Fria pride.
A total of nine players made first team all-
league, four made second team all-league and
three were honorable mentions. With the ext
ception of Lincoln Holcomb, three sophomores
were brought up to Varsity in the latter part of
Agua Fria Varsity Football players loosen up beforj
they take on Lake Havasu in the first round of th
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VARSITY FOOTBALL: 5 '
Front Row: Tam Bradly, Martin Cordova, Jason Sanders, Jessie Oveado Junior Gallvin Nick Gale, Greg Mammin Teri
Gothercole, Gene Barton. Second Row: John Smereckey, Brett Yohe, Vern Rogers, Chad Rominauski, Marr,Lope
Andrew Trumbel, Keith Germana, Shaman Arnold, Rich Scholtz, Brad Donahue, Manuel Cruz, Billy Bellford. Third Roi
Coach Don Hernandez, Vic Avorne, Rich Thomas, Dove Yohe, Tom Williams, Gus Wihley, Coach Tom Wheatley,
Pitts, Kevin Galloway, Jamie Self, Rodney Green, Tony Talavera, Mark Pullson, Coadw White. Fourth Row. Ja '
Hood, Mark Ellasondo, Gino Chisolm, Mike Hawthorne, Ron Randall, Jason Shelton, Bill Whalski, Tony Jones, TJ
Richmond, Tom Cluff, Kerrie McDonlels, Clint Bradford, .lon Mann, Lincoln Holcomb.
Mathew Lopez, senior, shows he's in perfecr physical con'
Players rolse o worer break ro revise rhernselves against
For Vern Rogers, another fun day or practice.
The Owls resr up for rheir vicrory ar Kingman, 21-O!
vw" . . .
'X rriking seniors
His goal was
is "To ger faster and
5 rv stronger and be
V 'X divisional champs,"
"To improve by
speed in rhe 4Ofyard
"To improve my
arhleric ability and ro
"To berrer myself
for ihe furoref'
stronger and faster
and be the besr
player I can."
"To worls on being
a berrer player so as
ro work rowards
- l "To go ro srare
' i playoffs and ger
physically berrer. "
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18 Case Grgmde 10
7 Trevor Drown 6
26 LC?" Hfvyden 27
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28 orrh 18
21 Peoria O
21 My Offsb M
21 l.Ol1e HOVOSU
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His gool for rhe seoson wos
Q yeor lerrermon
"For Us ro offend srore,
ond for the undercloss-
men ro do os well or ber-
3 yeor Ierrermon
"To work my hordesr ro
hove rhe besr reom possi-
3 yeor lerrermon
"To help rhe reom molae
ir ro rhe ployoffsf'
X Kerry McDoniel
fc X 8 yeor lerrermon
'fy "To improve blocking on
-if 5-' offense ond sroying low,
'W ' X, J olso improve on de-
ms' ' fensef'
Q , r ss
D, 3 yeor lerrermon
Q K "To help rhe reom mol-ze
'g, ' ir ro rhe ployoffs, To
X molse oll srore, ro im-
Q X prove on speed ond
3 yeor Ierrermon
"To win championship,
ond ro molse oll srore full,
1 yeor lerrermon
"To ploy the besr I con
ond hove the reom's
best seoson ever."
F zxis .
'Nm Keirh Germono
Q yeor lerrermon
"Doing my besr on ond
off rhe field."
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Another fine lsicls for Drod Donohue, junior.
Bill Wolski I-sidss off ro Norrh High ro open rhe second holf
Jomie Self, John Smereclsy, ond Rodney Green Srorr dovvne
field os Drod Donohue checks bocls for sofrey.
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ogoinsr Coso Grande.
The Owls chorge inro onorher victory os rhey defeor Coso
The toll mon, Lincoln Holcomb, rnrows off o roll our pore Quarterback Lincoln Holcomb comes our hrs folse after
rern ogoxnsr Norrn Hugh, wnscn rhe Owls crushed 200. handing off ro on unidennfled Owl runnvng bocls.
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BOD PWS hos 0 DGVSOVWO' Celebf0fiOf1 Center: Before rhe srorr of eocn gorne, rhe Owls join in os
one ond monvore eochorher for rhe nignr ond gome.
Vern Rogers srrikes ogoin.
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7 Casa Grande 6
0 T. Browne
O Chaparrel 23
6 South Mountain 22
30 North O
15 Cactus 20
O Peoria 18
The mighty baby Owls join together in on attempt ro block
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Despite Injuries, Young Owls
Kept On Fighting
by John Munoz and Udo Volke
"The team's major problem was that they
were unable to move the ball," said John
Beecroft, this year's junior varsity football
coach. "They could not sustain a drive, they
had to kick the ball."
The Owls finished their season with a 3.5
record, after the squad was able to defeat
Casa Grande, North High, and its season final
Peoria. "Only two teams were clearly better
than we were," said Coach Beecroft.
HI expected a better performance of the
team as a whole," stated Beecroft, "but we
had some key-injuries and o couple of drop-
outs," The defense was the stranger part of
the team, they gave up less than two touch-
downs per game.
The most outstanding junior varsity Owls
were linebacker Steve Rogers and offensive
tackle Pat Pape, according to Coach Beecroft.
Quarterback Buck Simington said, "Our oth-
letes are better than our record,"
"Approximately six players of this year's
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Freshmen Football: Front Row: L-R Randy Day, Augie
Favelo, Ron Hunter, Mike Lopez, Adrian Ballesterous, Jesse
Rodrigues, Larry Gonzales, Sean Ahart, Manuel Morales,
Ken Brown, Mike Munoz, Second Row: Shawn Latkins,
Dave Rutherfurd, Sol Herrera, Steve Howell, Mike Webster,
Dusty Kerr, Derrick Temple, Steve Miller, Anthony Jaurique,
Pete Martin, Marty Gonzales, Third Raw: Coach Tom Cor-
corran, Ricardo Moreno, Todd Rieb, Darian Mellon, Dan
Qzuna, Jim Brumle, Mike Ozuna, Jim Baile-gas, Jim Sunder-
land, Dale Koskinen, Steve Sahuaqui, Benji Castanada,
Shane Porter, Coach Bob Trout, Fourth Raw: Sal Cruz, Greg
Sims, Alfie Alvarez, Rene Sausedo, Tim Wylie, Sean Craw-
ley, Eddie Solis, Greg Mesecher, Phil Boon, Shane Phillips,
Dave Harms, Charlie Tonklinson, Larry Gardner, Travis
squad will play on the varsity team next year
and do their part to keep the AF Owls suc-
cessful," Beecroft thinks.
After many irjuries and other set backs,
the Baby Owls ended their football season
with a io record.
l'We've probably played the toughest
schedule we've ever had," said Coach Bob
Trout. The six teams who defeated the Owls
had a combined loss record of nine. In their
only victory, the Owls defeated North High
60 1 o.
Throughout the season, the Owls lost three
starters including their starting quarterback In
their battle against Soutn Mountain, five Owls
were injured, one who still hasn't been able
to return to the field.
"l think this year's team will compliment this
years sophomores when they are juniors and
seniors. The sophomores have what the
freshmen lack and the freshmen have what
the sophomores lack," said Coach Trout.
Surrounded by opposing secondaries, freshmen Jim
Gallogos, manages to break away.
The J.V. Owls defense srrilses ogoinsr long rime rlvol
N ond Ieoves o Wolverene in owe.
Sreve Rogers srrilses like lighrning in on orrempr ro soc!-s
0 Wolverine, Som Webster rushes ro ossisr.
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Foorbollf Fronr Row: L ro R Robert Lirrer, Donny
Aundre Anderson, Krls Germono, Leroy John-
Tyrone Anderson, Sreve Richmond, Duck Syming-
Second Row: Tlge Deck, Tim Phipps, Myron Villo-
Jeff Mercy, Eric Conklin, Por Popo, Tony Wylie, Jock
Iley, Rlchord Toylor, Third Row: Cooch Deelrofr, Roy
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cio, Aoron Romonowslsi, Dorby Brewer, Alex Sohuoqul,
Cooch Alrnosy, Founh Row: Sreve Rogers, Porrick Hoklf,
Roy Wilson, Steve Cosronedo, Som Websrer, Seon
Forsvrhe, Morr Tumboll, Mike Silvio, James Dlxson
Badminton Members Make
by Jay Fernow
'il was really pleased, It was an improve-
ment over last year," said Debbie Pina, head
badminton coach, in reflection of the varsity
and junior varsity seasons.
The varsity squad ended up with a 6-6 re-
cord helping them finish in fifth place out of 11
teams in their division. They also sent two ju-
niors ta the state tournament.
Vickie Densford and Jaclsie Mee bath
earned spots in the state tournament. "lt's
been awhile since two singles players from AF
qualified for state," said Pina. Mee was not
defeated until the fourth round of state, while
Densford played successfully into the third
round. Densford's opponent went on to finish
second in state. With the points scored by Dens-
ford and Mee, AF finished in a respectable 12th
place in state.
According to Coach Pina, the badminton
team has been rebuilding for the last two or
three years. She believes that "if AF is going to
have a year for badminton it will be next
year." Densford and Mee will be returning as
seniors, to a solid team that will boast four
returning letter winners. Also returning will be
Ruth Grumbling, junior, and Juanita Miranda,
sophomore. Varsity members who will be
graduating are Kelly Chandler and Kristina
The junior varsity badminton team ended
with a winning record of 6-5. "The potential for
next year is there," said Pina, "there are some
good workers wha are self motivated." The JV
members were ranlsed as follows: Colette
Humphrey, sophomore: Regina Wichman, sen-
iar, Danna Montana, junior, Suzy Hitth, sapha-
more, Lisa Rutherford, junior, and Rebecca
Senior, Kelly Chandler shows a bit of gracefullness as she
awaits a return.
Ruth Grumbling, junior, returns to her opponent with confi-
VARSITY UADMINTON: Front Row: Donna Montana, Lisa Chandler, Jackie Mee, Regina Wickman, Vicki Densford,
Rutherford, Kristina Brown, Rebecca Ozanne, Rebecca Jaunita Miranda.
Romero, Second Row: Suzi Hutth, Ruth Grumbling, Kelly
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Regina Wiclxmon, senior, tries for the birdie.
Frosh Tennis CBoysD
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by Erin Scott
As of the end of rhe season, the boys'
freshman rennis team had a 5-7 record, and
seems ro have improved.
Coach Don Shllliday was confident the
team would put forth grear effort in their
marches, He expressed his delight with the
team's improvement, "Grear! l am really
pleased with the individual growth and pro-
Gary Barnes returns the ball with determination.
gressf' Mr. Shilliday said. He also descri
the team as very "coachabIe" and refer
ro them as "quick learners" and "hard w
Both Gary Barnes and Mike Minyard vi
cired as most improved, and the recent n
ber one-ranked player, Ted Beecroft, was
valuable player wirh much porential.
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Freshmen Finish Season 7-5
-I 'Pleasing Season'
By Erin Scorr
'll was generally pleased with rhe season
rhis year," said Miss Nancy Carlson, coach of
rhe girls freshman rennis ream. The girls' sea-
son record was 7-5,
The marches played close ro home, such
as Trevor Browne and Maryvale, were won
7'O and Q-0 respecrively. The major losses
were againsr Chaparral and Saguaro which,
coach Carlson said, "were OK". She explains
Robin Scarf perfecrs her forehand wirh dererminarian.
rhar rhose schools are in Scorrsdale and
"those lsids were barn wirh rennls raclseis in
The besr individual record for rhe season
was 6-3 in rhe singles' march, held by Tanya
Hilbert, ranlsed number one. The orhers in rhe
rap six ranls as follows: Laura Densford, Karen
l-lendriclss, Jennifer Jarnigan, Sonya Hilberr,
and Robin Scorr.
Sonya Hilbert uses her bacis hand wirh ease
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Lopez, Second Row: Miss Carlson, Tanya Hilberr, Sonya Hilberr, Karen Hendricls, Laura' Densford, Jennifer Jarnigara, Wirh a lools of concenrrarion, Karen Hendricls uses an
Karson Jorden, Nor Picrured- Karhleen Berger. upper back hand.
Girls Freshman Tennisfcll
Boys Swim Teom Does It Agoin
by Krisron Mock
The boys swim reom finished rhe 1985-86
seoson with on undefeored record of 11-O,
while olso copruring rhe Merro Division chom-
pionship for o second yeor in o row.
The reom, cooched by Sonny Culbrerh, hod
mony returning leirermen provide speed ond
slsill, rhe necessory focrors for o winning seoson.
"Ar firsr I wos nor sure obour how rhe yeor
would rurn our, bur everyone wos reolly up ro
winning ond so I lsnew we would do well,"
soid Co-coproin Com McCown.
Ar rhe firsr diving meer Cooch Brion Spriggs encouroges rhe
Nor only did rhey do well in rheir regulor
seoson, bur rhey olso did well in divisionols,
sending rhe boys medley reloy reom ond orh-
ers down ro rhe srore meer os rhe division
chonnps. Ar rhe end of rhe meer, Com
McCown wos srore chompion in rwo evenrs,
rhe Q00 yord individuol medley ond rhe 100-
yord breosrsrrolse, ond rhe reloy reom hod
Overoll, rhe reom finished seventh in rhe
McCown complered his greor coreer, hold-
ing 1O school records "The only record he
doesn'r hold is diving," Cooch Culbrerh soid.
Boys Swimming: Front Row: Ted Beecrofr Mori Pop' Eddie Morron, Toir Sorensen, Seon Newcomer, Com
worrh, Rick Moys, John Prirchord, Tom Kennedy, Scoir McCowen, Normon Horris, Chorls Reid, Mori-i Reese. Not
Core, Dovid Reese. Bock Row: Cooch Sonny Culbreih, pictured: John Tebbe.
ikeloxing before his nexr evenr, Seon Newcomer,
rhinks obour rhe nexr roce,
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T, y- Tait Sorensen
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I 'Coach Sonny Culbreth
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. medalist in divisionols
Ma- Csecond this year? o four
, 3 R year state qualifier in dtving
Swimming the 100 yard brestsrroke Cam McCown breaks ,L 'L Hlliaoligefoluo 'E pcm
His own school record with a time of 61 seconds. " Coed, mon Spnggs
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Combining Strength And Enthusiasm For A
by Kristan Mack
The 1985-86 season was a year for great
improvement for the girls swim team. The
team, coached by Laurie Davis, finished the
season with an impressive record of 114.
There were many new members that
joined the team this year, including freshmen
Aimee Drainard and Anne Shassetz. They,
along with others, combined their strength and
enthusiasm and joined together to produce a
winning season. "l- had a great year," said
Brainard, "and l had a lot of fun."
After completing the regular season, four
members of the team qualified for the state
meer, which was held in Tucson on Nov. 15
and 16. The girls medley relay team, which
consisted of members Julie White, Srefi Piosz-
toczy, Aimee Brainard and Anne Shassetz,
placed Sth statewide.
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Row: Ann Shosserz, Julie White, Aimee Broinord, Jen! Wendy Moldovon, Liso Lorge, Brooke Green.
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ff"3i' "M vidwllv Grid to help im- After much hard work, the girls varsity other than the win - loss record, ond we'r
.G , , DWG Mme 'em' O5 G volle ball team finished with o 4-14 record. lookin forward to next ear."
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gi ,ju g new coaches, Arnott Duncan and Mike Grif- of learning and change," said one player
up ' ' fin, who helped to reach the girls new skills, "We learned the basics and acquired ne
Q R ", Senior, Erico Perkins, a varsity captain, said, Skills. We mode some new friends wh
Qf . , A "The coaches have helped us a great deal taught us to laugh together, and to strive foi
. c. ond Weive improved Q tor Sigce me begin. that extra strength within ourselves, Our r
' -' 9 ' Mick. Hott ning of the season. We learned new things in cord may not show it but they taught us r
Qi L sit ix "TO Work OS Orffeem ind the beginning and started off badly, but it be Champs."
V, 1 .. f.r sq SWE fo' te ECW really counted in the end."
K Q Betta Gonzales
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s X each one of Us ,O achieve Micky Hott, Derta Gonzales, Second Raw: Kris Andrews, Duncan, Sara Nicholas, Denise Parisi, Coach Mike Mahon,
- our goals," Stacy Newell, Erica Perkins. Third Row: Coach Kathy Nor Pictured: Coach Mike Griffin
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Nicholas, take a break before practice.
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Assisranr coach, Milse Griffin, says goodnighr afrer an-
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Challenging Seasons Puts Frosh 'IO-6
JV Ends 10-6
by Stefi Roszraczy
After a challenging season the girls freshmen
volleyball team finished with a 5-7 record,
while the junior varsity team finished the sea-
son with an excellent 10-o record.
Head coach of rhejuniar varsity team, Kathy
Guthrie, was assisted by Arnotr Duncan and
Milse Griffin who taught the girls various new
slsills. Freshman coach, Christine Paulina was not
challenging, character building, and a learning
Consistent freshman players were Kristi
White and Andrea Armenta. Paulina also
thought Julia Price, the team's main captain,
was consistent and a strong competitor.
The JV team finished the season Nov. 7,
losing a hard-fought match against Peoria.
In the third game the two teams were tied
Krista Garber takes a second ro smile for the can
aided by the rwo new coaches, however, she
did well for her first year of coaching the AF
Paulina said, "Overall it Crhe seasonb was
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14-14, and then 19-19. Peoria then served and
won the final rwo points, defeating the Owls
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Love, Coach Chris Paulina, Lorraine llanos, Yolanda Valdez. Nor Pictured: Samantha Contreras, Bridgette Harris, Olicia Bridgette Harris is ready for everything
Perez, Erra Plass.
Junior Varsity Volleyball
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2 Casa Grande 1
1 Gilbert 2
1 Tolleson Q
0 Maryvale Q
1 Browne Q
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1 Kingman Q
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Yvonne De corr Second Row: Julie Hotr, Lix Lucas, Blanca Duncan, Tammy Morton, Gina Syverson. Coach Mike Ma-
Villasana, Kathy Gage, Dina Cruz. Third raw: Coach Kathy hon. Nor picrured: Coach Milse Griffin, Suzi Lopez.
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by Stefi Rosztoczy
After a long, hard fought season, the AF
boysjunior varsity basketball team finished with
an outstanding 14-5 record.
The team averaged 59.6 points per game,
while .only allowing opponents an average of
58.2 points per game.
"Patrick Hall has been our leading scorer,
leading assist man, and second leading re-
bounder, "He averaged 15.8 points per game
and 54 assists for the season, said Coach Des-
"lt was a very good season and we im-
proved a lot," said Lincoln Holcomb, sopho-
more. Holcomb led the team in rebounds with
182 and he averaged 10.7 points per game.
The third leading scorer and rebounder was
Steve Rogers, sophomore, who averaged 10.1
points per game and 88 rebound. Next in
scoring were Jesse Avena, sophomore, scoring
an average of 64' points per game, Tom Pem-
ingtor, junior, averaging 5.9 points per game,
and Ryan Lee, sophomore, averaging 5.6
points per game.
Other key players were sophomores, Rob-
ert Statzer and Randy Duncan. Two other con-
tributing players were juniors Fernando Arriola
and Derick Bostic and sophomores, Jerry Cal-
lands and Don Dew.
Overcoming a troubled start, the freshman
basketball team ended their season with a
record of 8-7.
A six game winning streak to finish out the
year ended the season on a positive note, said
Coach Rick Spears. Spears stressed fundamen-
tals heavily to his member squad.
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52 Gerard 63
64 Sogaoro 54
40 Central I 73
52 Soum Mountain 78
49 Loire Havasu 53
88 Kingman 61
52 Peoria 52
59 North 56
75 Mohave 55
04 Peoria 81
58 Lake Havasu 32
85 North 57
54!Junior Varsity Basketball
Emphasizing individual play, several players
turned in commendable performances, Fresh-
man J. D. Bae led all scoring by a wide margin
of 140 points above Mark Lambrecht in second.
J. D. Bae and John Graham combined to
take top honors in the rebound category pull-
ing down nearly 40 percent of all the reams
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Iig, Frank Ozuna, Coach Spears, Shaugne Ahart, Bobby Slage, Gary Barnes, Larry Gardner, Benii Castenada
Campbell, Jimmy Gallegos. Bock Row: Eddie Solis, Alfie
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JUNIOR VARSITYDASKETDALL TEAM:Fronr RowfFernondo Poolson, Don Dew, Dovid Peterson, Ryon Lee, Lincoln
Arriolo, Robe-rr Srorzer, Porricls Holl, Derrick Dosrlc, Jesse Holcomb, Tom Penningron, Sreve Rogers, Rondy Duncon,
Avena, ond Jerry Collonds. Bock Row: Monoger Mork ond Coach Woyne DesCombes,
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48 Cocrus 50
63 Tolleson 45
60 Gerard 46
43 CO!! Hgyden 58
O6 5Oguoro 50
51 Cenrrol 62
BB Sourh 70
55 L Hovogu 50
70 Klngq-,On 60
42 Pe-one 53
61 Norm 53
72 Kmgmon 39
55 MOhov9 35
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Her goal was:
"To make state dayoffs ond
have a winning season "
"To improve my skills and ga to
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1085 'Bo Varsity Owls celebrate
bench after Junior Stacy
their victorious season.
Varsity Owls Softball
Divisionals Or Bust!
by Erin Scott
"The season has been interesting . . . Every-
one played real well," said Coach Crystal Ste-
phens, commenting on the girls varsity softball
The girls ended with a 4-11 overall record
and a A-7 league record, losing to Carl Hayden
and defeating North High C17-59 in divisionals.
However, they lost to Peoria, C7-OD, in the ninth
"There were so many injuries," said
phens, "that affected the outcome of the
son." Catherine Tonlxinson couldn't play
most of the season due to a brol-:en foot
Crystal Dale and Blanca Villasana had a P
on collison during a game.
Stephens said for the overall season
they played all of the big-league schools
Uno one our own size." It will be the
situation next year also, said Stephens.
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VARSITY SOFTBALL Front Row: Crystal Dale, Joanne Towey, Dina Astrga, Julie Levario, Stacy Newell Second Row:
Densford, Jody Peirce, Blanca Villasana, Kathy Gage. Daclv Row: Jennifer Rogers, Erlca Perkins, Coach Crystal
Regina Johnson, Helena Janssen.
JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL Fronr Row: Gayle Washington, Sonyo Hilbert, Kristi Gorber, Yolondo Voldez, Tino Morton.
Second Row: Tonyo Hilbert, Kathy Snyder, Rhondo Wiley, Elizobeth Luquos, Lorroine Ramos, Kelly Simmons. Back Row,-
JV Softball Coach Cyndy Eshoo, Alicia Perez, Louro Densford, Tommy Moton, Coach Lindo Phillips.
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2 Yumo 13
3 Yumo 19
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Freshman, Piegino Johnson, fires in onother strike.
Sronclhg roll with pride, Cooch Crystol Stephens, watches her
Vorsity Owls defeot the Choporrol Snowbirds.
As Senior, Erico Perkins, puts the tog on, the Owls keep the
Snowbirds ftom scoring.
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Owls Varsity Soccer:
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by Jay Fernow and Greg Huyck
Varsity soccer team ended the season on a
winning note, defeating Yuma by a score of 2-
0. With the win the Owls finished 5,6-1 overall,
with a 4-8 record in league.
"The best soccer we played this year was
the second half of the Shadow Mountain
game," said Mike Mahon, varsity soccer
coach. ln the game against Shadow Mountain
the Owls dominated the second half but still lost
1-O, "We learned that it took a whole game,
not just one half, to win soccer games."
The reams best overall game was against
To triking Seniors
His goal was:
"To make all division and be a team
z "Have a good time and help the
team in every way I could "
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, "To go as far as our team could go
and make rhe beat of our ability."
"Ta do as good or better as last
years team and have fun while do-
ing it "
. fl t "To make the playoffs and win as
J ""' many games as possible " ' '
F Y Manuel Cruz
' "Try and help the underclassmen for
-'- 1 next year "
Yuma. By defeating the Criminals, the Owls
kept them out of the playoffs. "We proved to
ourselves that by playing the whole game we
could defeat very good teams," said Mahon.
Offensively the team improved a great deal
over the course of the season. "The offense
went from taking zero shots in the first game to
SO shots in the final game," said Mahon. The
offense was led by seniors Jay Fernow and
Kevin Crawley, who were voted the most
valuable offensive players, and Peter Eichorn
and Eric Ellis.
With only returning starter from last years
defense, senior Kent McMillan, they had many
holes to fill. As the season progressed the de-
fense improved, anchored by the play of H.D.
Smith, senior, voted the most valuable defen-
sive player. Danny Tucker was the most im-
proved player. "The defense kept us in many
games, especially with the play of H.D.," said
The potential for next years team is there
according to Coach Mahon. "l think we have a
good nucleus to build around for next year.
We'll have seven returning Iettermen and 10
players who have seen some varsity action."
The junior varsity soccer team played to a
season ending record of 1-4-1. The JV is set up
to be a feeder for the varsity team, and Coach
Jay Horne believes that this years team will be
able to contribute to next years varsity team.
V 50Ccer 5.7. 1
Corona del Sol
Sophomore, Kevin Ritchey, races with the ball on the
way to another Agua Fria victory,
VARSITY SOCCER Dock Row: Manuel Cruz, Brad Donahue, Jay Fernow, Kevin Crawley, Eric Ellis, Neil Taylor, Second
MNG. James Dixon, Frank Saufley, Emeric Gonzales, Kent McMillan, Craig Hans, H.D. Smith, Coach Mike Mahon, Third
Mike l-lirth, Robert Morales, Pete Eichorn, David Babb, Donny Tucker, Alan Church. Front Row: Gene Barton, Jeff
Shawn Britrian, Kevin Ritchey, Chris Hughes. Knot pictured: Coach Daryl Rigsbyb
JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER Dads Row: Alex Nicholas, Presron Wirhers, Andy Dooley, Coach Jay Horen, Bobbie Lirerri, Chris 056
Guess, Todd Rudolph. Second Row: Mike Ayeraa, Shawn Crowley, Danny Ozuno, Eric Gonzales. Fronr Row- Marr 'XV t .k. S .
Popworrh, Curr Wichers, Mike Ozuno, Bobby Garcia, Sieve Howell. n 'ng enlors
- Kenr McMillan
"To give my besr and have 0 good
rime doing n "
"To do real good by making people
larger abour lasr yoors ream "
l'To score more goals lhan lasr year
and be a ream player "
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rhe bear I could "
1 x Y "To do rhe besr we could with wha!
we had "
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lor, keep rhe ball safely from rhe opposing Sajuaro ream,
Senior, Eric Ellis, hangs on and malses anorher greor shar.
Junior, Shawn Drirran, purs our all efforr ra ger the ball
Six Owl Wrestlers Make
by Suzi Lopez and Rhonda Wiley
Trailing 18-4 with one minute left in his match
for the state championship on the night of Feb.
15, senior Raul Castaneda appeared finished.
But Castaneda took a neutral position,
grabbed his opponent in a headlock and
pinned him, thus becoming Agua Fria's first
AAAQ heavyweight state champion. Castan-
eda defeated last year's state champion, Eddie
Valenzuela, of Independence High School who
had defeated him earlier in the season, 15-O.
First year Head Coach Dan Hernandez de-
scribed the 5-O, 280 lb. senior as "a very excit-
ing kid to watch as for as wrestling is con-
cerned." Coach Hernandez added Castaneda
had "a lot of dedication." According to Coach
Hernandez, Castaneda is considered one of the
best heavyweight wrestlers in Arizona, Castan-
eda's overall record was 24-4.
Castaneda's reaction to his victory: "l re-
member looking up at the score, which was
12-4 at the time, thinking he was going to beat
me," he added. "Before the match, I was
outside psyching myself up listening to Rocky,
then he walked up and stood two feet in front
of me, he was pretty confident," remembers
Castaneda. "He said, 'You're going to lose,"'
"I am happy to say that he did his best and
that's what makes him the good champion
that he is, Coach Hernandez concluded.
Overall the team ended with a record of 2-5
and a 12th place ranking in the state tourna'
ment, Other wrestlers who contributed to the
team's tournament success were juniors Brett
Yohe and Baron Payton and sophomore Sean
Hrsr Rowf Tom Burger, Brett Yohe, Steve Richmond, David Wolfe, David Woodward, Renee Souceda. Second Row.-
Roger Warner, Buck Simington, Jesse Ortiz, Sean Forsythe, Raul Castenada, Nick Hernandez,
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Sophomore, Sean Forsythe shows great strength on
way to a pin,
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Junior, Dorron Poyron orremprs o rolse down
ogoinsr his opponenr
Junior, Bren Yohe, wins wirh o srrong heodloclx
ogoinsr Trevor Browne.
The Aguo Frio Morching Bond porricipores in mony evenrs. Here rhey morch in rhe Dilly Moore Doys
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Send In The Clowns
One of rhe new clubs ro pop members in rheir orgonizorion,
up this yeor wos the Clown Club. For Volenrines, rhe clowns sold
Sponsored by Milse Mohon, dri- "Superloons," long losring bole
vers ed, reocher, rhere ore 8 loons for 52.50 o piece.
Above: The clown club spenr 4rh ond mode such o hir on compus,
Srh hour lunch selling rhe bolloons rhor
The flog corps performs wirh rhe bond during pregome ond holf-rime shows
Aguo Frio's donce
make on "O" os they
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home foorboll gomes.
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Every yeor rhe ROTL holds
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people were dressed os
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JUST HAVING FUN
Skits, Smiles, Study
by Christino Mumford
Singing, skits, Bible study, ond smiles ore o
few things one might see ot o Young Life! FCA
There ore opproximotely thirty members,
who meet every Mondoy ot 7:80. Young Life
moy not be known to oll ot Aguo Frio, but it's
becoming quite populor.
"You get o chonce to meet new friends ond
worch them let loose," sold Roberto Fellows,
senior. Sponsors Crystol Stephens ond Bob Sto-
ples odd to the fun by creoting skits ond smoll
ploys for the members.
"We olwoys get o kick out of the things they
come up with," soid Kristy Reeder, junior,
"We oll just get crozyf'
- Kris Andrews, Junior.
Pot Poppo ond Bobbie Lireri eot quickly in Young Life's
FCAXYOUNG LIFE: Fronr Row: Bobbie Llteri, Andy Hillson, Roberto Fellows, April Stevens, Koren Miller, Lisa
Lorge, Christy Reeder, Roy Linofelter, Lucy Cordenos, Diono Vasquez. Second Row: Jeff Mercy, Toit Sorenson,
Mott Popworth, Chris Guess, John Prichord, Jody Kelly, Ruth Grumbling, Jill Moloney, Steve Richmond, Kris
Andrews, Crystol Stephens, sponsor. Third Row. Pot Popo, 'Hmm Rogers, Steve Berzhold, Todd Rudolph, Kristin
Mock, Bob Staples, sponsor, Liso Koppelman, Tish Roberson, Teri Mount, Scott Comocho, Reuben Maldonado.
o4f Young Life
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-I LETTER CLUB
Letters Of Approval
by Tony Jones
Of all the honors given by AF to its athletes,
ne of the highest is to gain a varsity letter.
For an athlete to gain an AF letter and be
ccepted in to the Letter Club, he can look
orword to at least one and possibly two years
f practice. On the freshman and junior varsity
evels, an athlete is introduced to the funda-
entals of the sport, The varsity level is a time
refine and polish the skills into a more ad-
style of play.
To athletes, the letter worn on the Letter
is the visible award given for many
of practice and several sacrifices. Kristan
junior, feels "the letter means you've
something. The Letter is a re-
for your efforts towards the team," The
award given to the athlete sets him
because of his efforts from the average
Being primarily an honorary club, the AF
Club is relatively inactive as far as activi-
are concerned. It is hard to get the club
"i am proud to wear the
letters to represent the
Charlie Wolff, Eric Wohler, and David
Yohe have fun while selling popcorn at the
together because ofthe nature of the club. lt is of find time for activities. The only real regular
a club to honor the AF athletes, and because activity for the club is the selling of refreshments
of the constant practice schedules, it is difficult at home basketball games.
LETTER CLUB: FRONT ROW: Regina Wichman, Nicole
Ayerza, Elvo Cruz, Debbie Temple, Jill Hegedus, Rachel
Brockey, Joanne, Mickey Hott, Erica Perkins, Alberto
Gonzales, Imelda Cochin, Dina Asrorgo SECOND ROW:
John Smerecky, Frank Saufley, Joy Fernow, Donny
Tucker, John Munoz, Poli Cochin, Brad Anderson, Terry
Garhercole, Julie White, Celestine Rivera, Keith Ger-
mana. THIRD ROXV: Gena Chisolm, Rodney Green, Tait
Sorensen, Eric Wohler, David Yohe, Billy Beiford, Kent
McMiiIin, Bob Pitts, Jim Hood, Jon Mann, Cam
McCowan, Kevin Galiovvay
0 Letter Club!o5
by Steve Levniz
The National Honor Society exists to provide
recognition for those high school students who
demonstrate exceptional performance and
motivation in schoolwork and various activities,
A minimum grade point average and activity
points are required for selection into the organi-
zation, which is officialized by the annual induc-
tion ceremony. Once inducted, members must
maintain good grades, Special recognition is
given to NHS members upon graduation, and
funds are raised to provide chosen members
with college scholarships.
Since NHS membership is made most appar-
ent upon graduation, it is the senior members
who seem to have the most definite feelings
regarding the organization and what it repre-
Officers Jill Maloney, Jay Fernow, and Peter Eichorn seen
here with sponsors Mike Smith, John Leach, and Trina
Graziani, are proud to be NHS members.
oo!National Honor Society
"lt's a national honor."
sents. Kent McMillan said that NHS is an honor to
be a part of because "it represents all the effort
put into school and schoolwork." A
Celestina Rivera said the honor was hi
lighted by the fact that "no one can justjoi
you're chosen for it for your talent."
Mike Hirth noted that it "encourages ai
recognizes superior students and complimer
their scholastic record."
Carrie Buttemiller cited a particular adva
toge by adding, "lt makes colleges stand i
and take notice of those students who strive f
Piaju Zlnzuvadia said, "NHS is special becai.
it is not a local honor but a notional honor
Jill Hegedus offered a more immediate ci
vantage. "lt makes you feel more important
wear a collar with your cap and gown
NHS: Front Row: Jil Maloney, Carrie Butremiller, Dempy Chawla, Celestine Rivera, Kristina Drown, Jackie
Kennedy, Molly Quinn, Crystal Dole, Kristin Naifeh, Tracy Newell, Michelle Osteriield, Deborah Temple. Secada'
Row: Marrha Mcliinna, Peter Eichorn, Elizabeth Luquez, Rqu Zinzuvadio, Cora Moyers, Ruth Grumblingg
Sharon Alkire, Tim Abraham, David Epplin, David Glorir, Tirl Chatfleld, Cinomon Conrad. Third ROM Todd
Rudolph, Liz Lucas, Jill Hegedus, Kristin Mack, Jay Fernow, HD. Smith, Steve Schleszer, Tom Abraham' lkeglrb
Xvichrnon, Soon Rich, Steve Liuniz, Fourrh Row: Pom Boorhmon, Mike Hirth, Kent McMillan, Toi: Sorensen, Dan
Tucker, Pascal Drown, Stephanie Funke, Susan Condie, Sheffield Abella, Greg Pelly, Erik Ellis. John Rayner, David
"This yeor's Student Council wos very octive,
hich mode it o lot of fun", sold Mothevv
Composed of presidents, vice presidents,
cretories, treosurers, ond four representotives
m eoch class, the Student Council is the most
tive if not the most tollsed about orgonizotion
The council's responsibilities include the orgo-
ing of Homecoming, student elections, royole
during Homecoming, donces such os the get
quointed donce ond Christmos Formal, Spring
eek, Teocher Appretion Weels, The Aguo
rop book and much more. It goes with-
soying thot this yeor's Student Council did
frustroting yet rewording jobs with flying
Smith, Caro Moyers, Loura Worthy, Jill Moloney, ond
Lopez, core obour school spirit.
Did It All For You'
"A better leader ls a berrer per-
-Tal! Sorenson. senior.
The council selected "Winter Wonderland"
os this yeor's theme for the Christmos Formol.
Student body Vice-President Coro Moyers com-
mented, the formol ond Homecoming octivities
were, "extremely successful thonlss to the or-
gonizotion ond hotd worls of the council."
"Eoch member hos o deep responsibility,
ond eoch and every member is o leoder,"
exploined South Compus Principol ond Student
Council sponsor, Duone Given.
Aslsed how being in the Student Council hos
helped him during his yeors ot Aguo Frio, Toit
Sorensen, senior, replied, "it hos mode me o
better leoder, ond o better leader is 0 better
STZDEJT CODNCL Front Row: Kotle Rivera, Seon Newcom-
mer. Mise Hawthorne, Jil Moloney, Kely Smith, Louro Worthy,
Caro Moyers, Mott Lopez. Second Row: Morrho Mdienno,
Melissa Frymon, Mike XVHYEHQOG, Rachel Brockey, Stephanie
Funlie, Charlie Wolff, Melanie Espi, Jennifer Jornlgln, Allcla
Drockey, Kenny Grohom. Mmuel Moroles, Derek Harris. 7h1rd
Row: Steve Sdieszer. Sherilyn Cook, Chris Vlzzero, Kevin Nt-
chey, Kent McMlon, Mindy Lued4, Anne Lovoy, Anne Shos-
setz, Nikki Whlreheod, Koren Mier, Toit Sorensen, Fourth Row:
Suzi Hinh, Stefl Rosctoczy, Renae Wichmon, Jamie Nloslyn, Joy
Fernow, Raju Zinzuvadlo, Regho Wldwmon, Celesrlno Rlvero,
lulle White, Moria Rivera. Pete Eleharn, Almmee Drolrsord.
John Munoz. Fifth Raw: Rhonda Wim, Suzie Lopez. Eva Cruz,
Debbie Temple, Diana Vosquez, Kathy Goge, Elzobeth Reid,
Timm Rogers. not pictured Dio Jorgensen, Liz Lessord, Andrea
Kennedy, Tron Nguyen, Frondne Ramos, Soroh Shears.
elping The Community
by Udo Volke
This year's Key Club with its 177 members was
the largest club at Agua Fria, and with its approxi-
mately 50 prcjects also the most active Key club
in years. "lt's been a great year," agreed Jay
Fernow, Key Club President, and Mike Mahon,
Key Club sponsor." "We've had fun and the
Club served its purpose to help the community,"
Under the numerous activities in 1985 "the
most outstanding and remarkable were the an-
nual Christmas Food Drive, that brought over
500 cans, mostly provided by the senior class
and the purchase and decoration of two Christ-
mas trees for families in Avondale. The Kiwanis
Barbeque and the Doswill Hospital Foundation
Prqect, both receiving aid from 40 Key Club
members, were a big success.
Key Club's last project of 1985 took place on
December 20 and 24. Approximately 45 STU-
dents were involved and supported by a group
of people from Sun City West that had asked the
AF Key Club to do the job.
The job was to build about o,O00 luminaries
and put them out in the business areas of Sun
City West. lt took the students an entire morning
to fold the tops of the papetbags down. On
Christmas Eve then, starting at 8100 a.m., again
45 students were needed to put the sand and
candles in the bags and to ser them out. After
five demanding hours they were finished.
Although this project involved a lot of hard
work, it also stood for something else- fun. The
Key Club members agreed that they had a
good time being around their friends. They had
music, enjoyed free catering, and added excite-
ment to the job by making it a competition
between small groups. "A job is always what
you make out of it," said one of the members at
The main reason for the Key Club to do this
project was to raise money to support their cam-
pout in New Mexico, in February. They received
S400 from the organizers in Sun City West. "lt
was terrific that we had so many people, espe-
cially on Christmas Eve," said Fernow. l'We real-
ly needed the money." '
The responsible group in Sun City West, that
was just formed for this special project, really
appreciated the help by the Key Club. "We
could HOT have made it without them," said
Chuck Owens, member of the group. The entire
Key Gub members take time our of their Christmas
time activities to pose for a picture.
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it without them"-
outcome was impressing- the whole town was
filled with this smooth light coming from the
luminaries. People from all over the area went
down to see it.
During the second semester there were four
main events. It started with the club camp-out
near Gallup, New Mexico in February, followed
by the District Convention in Tucson and the
International Convention in Phoenix. In between
several club members held an So hour volleyball
marathon to raise money for the Ronald Mc-
Donald House Foundation.
This year's Key Club was able to help others
and make the job fun by producing a certain
atmosphere of work. All the money raised will
indirectly help all the members of the club to do
more fun things.
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Key Club members pose after a river trip with Mike
KEY Clwf Fronr Row., Anne Dmngsly, Brian McCreary, Carlos Palma,
Nicole Ayerza, Kristian Drown, Barbara Williams, Debbie Temple, Stacy
Rose, Nancy Porra, Liso Ruihenord, Cindy Early, Melissa Wolfe, Susan
Durlcr, Terri Russo, Rhonda Rayner, Crysral Dale, Mechelle Osrerfield,
Second Row Aaron Tull, Jim Bell, Clauderre Kirlser, Srephanie Sims,
Sherylyn Cook, Lisa Kappleman, Rurh Grurnbling, Srephanie Funlse, Mary
Kennedy, Shaan Wilson, Cinnamon Conrad, Bridgerre Opel, Julie Hon,
Lori Sears, Sarah Shears, Lisa Large. Third Row: Kevin McAniff, Shannon
Gorrells, Scan Firch, Sracy Lueds, Chip Hordison, Derndr Mellon, Caren
Miller, Jody Keiliy, Monica Virren, Jill Maloney, Cindy Holdcrofr, David
Derzhald, Srocey Dalser, Krisran Mads, Aclela Airman, Julie Goodrich,
Helena Jonsson, Tracey Woolgor, Donna Monrona Fourm Row. Robbie
Tainrer, Tim Ouslad, Jamie Self, Liz Lessard, Sieve Derzhoid, Todd Ru'
dalph, Kevin Crawley, Norman Harris, Wes Rawlings, Todd Barker, John
Durremilier, Mike Hirrh, Charlie Wolfe, Eric Wohler, David Yohe, John
Rayner, Adam Edes, Kenr Heiner, Ray Denrley, Craig Dringrnon, Chip
KE Y CLUB' Fronr Row: Mona Rivera, Rachaei Droclsey, Laura
Worthy, Caller Humphrey, Srephi Roszroczy, Krisran Nafeh,
Jamie Maslyn, Amy Tomlinson, Sharon Allsier, Sarah Clayron,
Christine Coffman, Carhy Arnold, Trang Nguyen Second flow:
Gina Doubleday, Marr Lopez, Liz Reid, Julie Whire, Knssy
Rayner, Celesrlna Rivera, Carrie Durremiller, Rqu Zinzuvadia,
Dimpy Chawla, Chrislie Chorfield, Kirsten Barber, Corrie Barber,
Regina Wichman, Don Schilliday Tl-llRD ROW Burlie Albeldo,
Lisa Humphreys, Renae Wichrnan, Diane Gladhordr, Kelli Fine
ney, Kirsren Johnson, Jill Hegedus, Evonne Decorr, Suzi Hirrh,
Wendy Moldovan, Roberra Fellows, April Srevens, John Pm-
chard, Chris Vazzerra, Frank Saufley Fourrh Row: Timm Rog-
ers, Ken Graham, Danny Tuclser, John Munoz, Kevin Rirchey,
HD. Smirh, Tair Sorenson, Kenr McMillian, Jay Fernaw, Marla
Reese, Cam McCown, Erin Scorr, Caiherrne Toni-sinsan, Udo
Vallse, Erik Ellis, Sieve Baker, Sean Newcomer.
FROSH KEY CLLJB: FRONT ROW: Crista Lair, Julie
Morrison, Melanie Espil, Kary Macls, Mindy
Luecls, Debbie Coans, Srephanl Taylor, Steve
Roehling SECOND ROW: Ronin Scan, Michelle
Templeron, Tanya Albelda, Alicia Braclsey,
Tammy Talebi, Pere Marlin, Elizabeth Nurz,
' Josh Mason, Crissy Kapenranalsls, Tim Wiley
THIRD ROW: Poly Delaney, Heidi lhnar, Alicia
McAnally, Lynn Jackson, Lisa Core, Danlra Villa,
Kaylen Cons, Deanna Duncan, Bob Heiner, Da-
vid Reese, Charlie Tonlsinson, Sean Crawley,
FOURTH ROW: Laura Densford, Conrad Jordan,
Ann Levoie, Jenny Holrhrop, Amee Brainard,
Jennifer Jarnagin, Karen Hendricls, Nilslii While-
head, Ann Shasserz, Annalsa Rae, Carolyn
Priera, Jana Srrump, Cinda Rose, Milse Minyard,
Dan Onsrad, John Warlsomski.
Key Club X 69
riting With Pride
by Denise Dell
Highlighting the year for the staff of The
Desert Howl was the awarding of the Medalist
rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Associ-
ation. This rating is the highest received from
this organization. The staff of 1084-85 was rec-
ognized for this achievement.
Tait Sorensen, 1985-86 editor said, "I think
the whole staff was surprised because we
were very inexperienced and we did so well. It
is a great honor that we won such a prestigious
award from a university and press association
known for it's excellence in journalism."
The Desert How! was a large staff, It was
mainly comprised of three classes, Journalism 1-
2, Journalism 3-4, and one student in Journal-
Journalism 8-A and 5-o students, also known
as "The executive staff", were responsible for
their own departments. They too wrote sto-
ries, sold ads, edited copy, wrote headlines,
and designed pages while working against a
deadline, This class was mainly responsible for
the outcome of each issue.
Mostly making up the reporters on the staff
were the Journalism 1-2 students.
Although working on the paper took a lot of
time, the staff did take time out for fun and
relaxation. They participated in regular birth-
day parties, paste-up parties, conventions, and
the induction into the Quill and Scroll,
DESERT HOWL: Front Row: Susie Lopez, Ruth Grum
bling, Jamie Maslyn, Rachel Brockey, Dimpy Chawla
Rqlu Zinzuvadia, Michelle Drenncke, Stacey Newell
Kristina Brown, Mona Rivera, Second Row: Ben Cu
hen, David French, David Gloret, Wendy Moldovan,
Drlstan Mack, Michelle McKinney, Carrie Roberts,
"lr's a greal group."
Denise Bell, Rhonda Wiley, Laura Worthy, Sarah Co-
hen. Third Row Joe Pfeiff, 'COdViS9fDg Timm Rogers,
Jay Fernow, Tait Sorensen, Udo Valke, Erin Scott,
Steve Leeinig, Suzanne Candie, Tony Jones, Greg
TOP: Michelle Drenncke thinks of story ideas.
LEFT: Hmm Rogers helps Jamie Maslyn
Udo Valke, Denke Bell, and Jamie Maslyn show
Clavn Club I
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owntn roun Z
by Denise Bell
Hoving fun is the moin object of o newly
formed club ot AFUI-IS, lt's colled The Clown
Steve Scheizer, president, is the person who
is responsible for the orgonizotion of this club. ln
his spore time he is o professionol clown, so he
hos hod experience with this type of group. He
hos been in the Phoenix Clown Club ond he
olso storted o clown club four yeors ogo ot his
junior high school in Woshington Store.
The club wos formed so students could Ieorn
to become clowns. They leorned how to
molse bolloon onimols, juggling ond mogic
triclss. They olso leorned obout slsits, molee-up
ond costumes. The only fee rojoin this club wos
o five dollor coveroge chorge so the club could
buy bolloons. ,
"IVe just can't help clownlng
I -Lanny Llghihlll, sophomore.
Performing in slsits during ossemblies, portici-
poting in porodes, cornivols, ond other festivi-
Junior, Sherl Cools soles bolloons to her fellow clossmotes.
Clown Gubf Hrsr Row: Leonord Hopeon, Ken McCombs. Second row: Steve
ties were some of the ocrivities they were in.
Tolsing pictures with Sonto Clous before Christ-
mos vocotion ond selling bolloons for Volen-
tines doy wos o few of the club's money
"I hope thot the students in the club got
some experience working with people ond
enjoying whor they're doing, Also, I hope we
brought some spirit ond entertoinment, to the
school. I oppreciored the opportunity to hove o
clown club here ot Aguo Frio," Scheizer soid.
This yeors members include Liz Lessord,
Lonny Lighthill, Christiono Poce, Debbie Cooper,
Morilyn Trexler, Cheryl Cools, Leonord Hopson,
Ken McCombs ond sponsoring the club wos Mr.
Mil-ze Mohon, drivers educotion teocher.
Tino Deyle ond Wilmo Freemyre, juniors, obove, ond Teroh Perry ond Corolyne Deyle,
- , freshmon, be-low, join Sonro for lunch.
Schieszer, Morilyn Trexler, Lonny Lighthill, Debbie Copper, Chrisriono Pace.
Clown Club! 71
- MARCHING BAND
ectic And Successful
by David Glorit
Hectic and successful are the words that best
describe the year for the Band of Owls.
One of the reasons for all this excitement in
the fact that the AF football team made it to
the semi-finals, thus adding aproximately four
weeks to marching season. This extension re-
quired the band to do some last-minute plan-
ning and also allowed the band one week and
a day to prepare for the Christmas concert. "lt
put the band in a difficult situation," said John
Another problem that the band faced this
year was their size-a mere 45 members. How-
ever, despite this handicap, many students
who saw the band perform at the games
expressed their suprise at the power. "They're
alot better than alot of other schools I've
by Dave Glart
There are only about a handful of groups
like this one in the state of Arizona.
They could be found in their corner of the
gymnasum during a basketball game
cheering on the team and playing various
They're the Hoot 'n Dandies, the basket-
ball pep band, and they were under the
direction of Miss Leslie Anderson.
The main purpose of the pep band, ace
carding to Anderson, is to cheer an and
modivate the team. "l think there is a direct
correlation between the pep band and the
morale of the team."
The pep band itself if made up of volun-
teers from the Band of Owls. The members
of the Hoot 'n Dandies were present at
every home game and as one student re-
marked, 'll think they made the crowd
"They're a lor better"-
Suzi Lopez, Junior
seen," commented Suzi Lopez, junior.
Yet, the main thing students remembered
about the band were the "cool" percusion
features that were played during many of the
half time game shows. "I think the percussion
section is excellent," rememberd Doug Condie,
Besides doing all the halftime shows at the
home football games as well as some of the
pregome shows in many away games, the
band also did its share of concerts and parades.
These included the Phoenix Rodeo Parade,
The Tucson Rodeo parade, add the spring and
Overall, despite all the obstacles, the band
had a successful year. lrs no wonder that the
Band of Owls continues to be Agua Fria's pride.
'Pep em up'
HOOTNDANDIES I-'ronr Row. Jill Maloney, Elizabeth
Luquez, Edna Astorga, Angela Hall, Robin Harwood,
Heather Pierre, Jackie Kennedy, Michelle Osterfeld,
Imelda Cochin, Titi Chameld, Darren Anderson, Lisa
Daldock, Toni Cabral, Leslie Anderson, Sponsor. Sec-
ond Row: Tina Edwards, Barbara Crumley, David
Giant, Marine Lambert, Valerie Eversoll, Scott Adams,
Aaron Tull, Scotr Cote, Eugene Serrano, Tim Abra-
ham, Denise Dell, Third Row: Melissa Fryman, Reggie
Espinosa, Earl Spencer, David Epplin, Scott Fitch, Brian
Shepard, Julio Martinez, Jason Shelton, Tin Onstod.
PERCUSSION LWB Fronr Row: Heather Pierre, David
Glorir, Barbara Crumley, Second Row: David Epplin,
Mike Bell, Brian Shepard, Scarf Firch, Chris Reicharr,
Earl Spencer, Milse Minniclss,
The Band of Owls goes inro formarion ar a home
Jill Maloney leads the bond wirh sryle.
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BAND OF OWL5: John Faris, sponsor, Mary Goodwin,
sponsor, Yolanda Gonzales, Cara Moyers, Yvonne
Dccourt, Tanya Lisa True, Kelly Chandler, Liz Lessard, Jill
Maloney, Hearher Williams, Stacey Newell, Lissa Waal-
lick, Rhonda Rayner, Nicole Ayerza, Shannon Garrels,
Mess Anderson Csponsorb. Second Rowf Denise Dell,
Sabrina Llghrhill, Tina Edwards, Elizabeth Luquez, Edna
Asrora, Angela Hall, Robin Harwood, Hearher Pierre,
Jackie Kennedy, Michelle Osrerfeld, Imelda Chachin, Tiri
Charfield, Darren Anderson, Lisa Baldocls, Toni Cabral,
Sarah Clayran, Maggie Vasquez, Third Row: Paual
Arrelano, Barbara Crumley, David Glorir, Chris Reichorr,
Marnie Lamberr, Valerie Eversoll, Scorr Adams, Aaron'
Tull, Scorr Core, Eugene Serrano, Brad Anderson, Tim
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Abraham, Melissa Fryman, Fourrh Row: Dawn Elberr,
Reggie Espinosa, Earl Spencer, Mike Dell, Davels Epplin,
Scorr Perch, Brian Shepard, Milse Minniclss, Julio Mor-
rinez, Jason Shelton, Tim Onsrad, Franls DeLaRasa, Julie
izozz With Eoch Ste l
by Chrisrino Mumford includingq Bond Doy or ASU on October 12, ally, if - , P
1985, Homecoming ond Billy Moore Doy Po- 12 F
Being in Flog Corps rol-ces rime ond dedico-
rion. An overoge doy begins or 7 o.m. in the
morning in fronr of rhe OK. Fulron gym, ond
ends ofrer firsr hour on the foorboll field.
The Flog Corps performed in mony events
rodes. The Flog Corps olso oppeored every """
Fridoy nighr or rhe Vorsiry foorboll gomes. Flog
Corps member Poulo Arrellono soys, "We've M
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FLAG CORPS: Top Row: Poulo Arrellono, Sabrina Sarah Cloyron. Borrom Row: Melissa Frymon, Miss
Lighrhill, Down Elbert, Julie Dorden, Maggie Vasquez, Leslie Anderson, 'sponsorg Denise Dell. l
Julie Dorden ond Soroh Cloyron srrur rheir s
been hoving o greor yeor ond I hope ir lseeps .
Cl lOIRfl JANDDELLS
my Soroh Cohen
Presrigious o word synonymous wirh Aguo Frio's Con-
err Choir ond Componos Hondbells Led by direcror John
oris, rhese precision groups hove performed over Q0
oncerrs eoch rhis yeor Their oudiences ronge from rhe
roro copirol sroff ro rhe srudenrs of rhe locol Junior High
The oll girl bell choir rurns difficulr musicol inls srrolses on
we poges inro sroriiingly beouriful music Dy procricing
-very doy in closs, rhey mosrer rhe rhyrhms ond melodies
Inf music The groups reperroire vories from Irish foils songs
3 Chrisrmos corols
"Singing's prerry fun."
The Concerr Choir, clorhed in rheorricol blocls, is com'
rised of the usuol soprono, olro, renor ond boss secrions
oncerrs ore performed in rrodirionoll choir sryle. Sronding
in risers, rhey deliver on impressive progrom of songs in
our porr hormony The Modrigols, rhe creme de lo creme
if rhe choir, ore on ensemble group.
Arrenrion musr be given ro rhe up ond coming freshmon
horoliers ond borh eorly bird morning bell choirs
LAS CAMPANA5 DE AGUA FRlA,- Fronr Row: Jill Hege' Row: John Foris, sponsor, Lizo Weyrouch, Celesrlno
dus, Krisrino Drown, Gino Doubledoy, Elizoberh Reid, Rivero, Kelly Simmons, Regino Wichmon, Kirsren
Heorher Pierre, Melisso Woolf, Julie Whire. Second Johnson.
DA YDREAKER5 HANDDELL CHOIR: Fronr Row: Annie ond Row: John Foris, direcror, Froncine Rornos, Co-
Billingsly, Korhy Arnold, Kirsren Borber, Colerre Hume sey Goirher, Dione Glodhorr, Rebecco Romero,
phrey, Tonyo Nolon, Kris Royner, Kerry Dorber. Secs TVOVHQ Nguyen-
CONCER T CHOIR: Fronr Row: Lori Lewis, Moggie Vos-
quez, Chris Nuels, Greg Hammond, Tonyo Nolon,
Andreo Novorerre. Second Row: Tiri Chorfield, Liso
Rurherford, Dorre Sonderguord, Tony Moroles, Steve
Rogers, Coro Moyers, Rurh Grumbling, Jill Moloney,
John Foris, sponsor, Third Row: Deidre Scorr, Donno
Monrono, Korhy Gage, Mike Lindquisr, Mike Whire-
heod, Julie Horr, Elizoberh Reid, Morie Kimbrel. Fourrh
Row: Theresa Lighr, Sylvio Gorcio, Chrisrie Chorfield,
Timm Rogers, Down Elberr, Viclsy Nelson, Romono
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HANDDELLS Cfreshmenbf Fronr Row: Liso Greer,
Tohio Albeldo, Ann Shorrez, Melonie Espil, Sec-
ond Row: Lucyndo Lopez, Koren l-lendriclss,
Almo Dryonr, Joholc Smirh, Vonesso Hughes.
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Suzy Hitrh, Kris Rayner and Stefi Rasztoczy perform a
by Liz Lessard
Junior varsity cheer has seen an incredible
active year. Unlike other years the 1985-86 JV.
squad attended Cheer Camp at ASU. They had
an excellent overall year and performed in the
majority of games.
They received higher ribbons each night and
brought home the greatest honare a spirit sticls,
The girls also shared the responsibility of be
ing 'lHoorer" AF's famous mascot!
Freshman cheerleaders were very active at
the freshman football and basketball games.
"I thinls cheering has been an excellent
learning experience, and has helped me relate
to people." said Julie Morrison, freshman,
They helped to generate spirit and enthusi-
asm at North Campus!
JV. cheerleaders show sophomore spirit before the Home
FRESHMAN CHEER: Front Row: Christa Lair, Mindy
Lueck, Carolyn Prieto, Stefani Taylor, Julie Morrison.
Second Row: Koylen Cons, manager, Julie Roder-
icls, Katy Mads, Melani Espil, Danita Villa, manager,
Top: Debbie Coans.
761 Freshman X JV Cheer
dance at the opening day assembly.
"One of the most
challenging parts of
cheering was balancing
on Suzy's airborn leg, and
shooting a basket without
falling off!"-Stefi Rosztoczy
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JUNIOR VARSITY CHEER: Fronr Row: Kris Tayner, Sec- Thvd Row: Ste-fi Rasztoczy.
ond Rowf Kelly Simmons, Cindy Early, Suzy Hirth.
e're Cheering Them On
by Suzi Lopez
"Enthusiastic" ond "supporting" ore two
words Kothy Crill, sponsor of the wtesrlerettes,
used ro describe the ortitudes of the girls who
were octiye this yeor.
A totol of 20 girls porticipoted this yeor with
0 mojority of them being sophomores. Crill
described the wrestlerettes os being "0 good
group of girls" . . . "reoI enthusiostic ond sup'
porting," Crill sold her position os o sponsor was
This yeor junior, Monico Soucedo wos choe
sen os coptoin becouse of her experience. Sou-
cedo described her position os coptoin os being
"exciting but scory." Her fovorite ospecr of
being 0 vvrestlerette is "seeing the guys ond
being with my friends."
Next yeor, Crill hopes to get more recogni-
tion for the Wrestlerettes ond there ore olso
high hopes to hove rry-outs to determine who
will be next yeor's wrestlerettes.
Junior, Monico Sousedo, coptoin, worlts on perfecting the
Sophomores, Michelle Wennington, Dono Dorney, Emmo
Solono, ond Peggy Moore wotls on their moves
"We kept the guys
Rochoel Gordo, Junior, cheers owoy
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MRESIZERETTES: Front Row: Chnsrlne Coffman, Nellie Roche! Gorcio, Moneco Sousedo, Cheri Holdcroft, Lori
SOVYUOQUL Shmel' 50fWCh9Z- LUCY Cordenos, Kim Sects, 7hird Row: Michelle Pennington, Doyno Dor-
Boorh, Ammo Solono. Second Row: Peggy Moore, ney, Beth Cluff, Deonno Duncon.
by Pioju Zinzuvodio
"We got olong reolly terrific this yeor ond
Mrs Goodmon wos on excellent sponsor,
which helped to bring our line close together in
oll ospectsf' commented Coptoin Liz Lessord.
The 12 members, who mode up the AF
pom line hod on exciting yeor. Pom comp,
bond doy ond divisionols were omong the
highlights of this yeor, soid Senior Coro Moyers.
The AF pom line wos oworded lst ploce tro-
phies for the overoll number of blue ribbons
they received ond for their outstonding home
Of course, being o pom member is not oll
fun ond gomes. "lt tolses o lot of time ond you
hove to be o dedicoted person," sold Junior
All poms ogreed thot eorly morning proc!
tices were the worst port of pom, but it oll poid
off ond the result wos one of the stores finest
"Pom is o lot of fun, but also
Q lot of hord work. Dur when
we're oil together, ond we
heor the opplouse of the
audience, All the 11096 hord
worls we give is worth itll"-
VARSITY POM: Front flow: Yvonne Decorr, Stacey Newell, Nicole Moyers, Heather Williams, Liz Lessord, Kelly Chandler. Rondo Rayner,
Ayefzo Second Row Yolanda Gonzales, Tonyollsa True, Caro Shannon Gorrels. Lisso Wolllds.
Nicole Ayerzo 2nd Yeor Liz LessordOrd Yeor Rondo Royner'2nd Yeor
Coro Moyers-Grd Yeor
Tonyo Liso True Grd Yeor
Kelly Chondlerilrd Yeor
Lisso Wollicls 2nd Yeor
1 Kristina Drown
This was a great year for the 1985-Bo cheer
uodl At the National Cheerleading Associ-
ion's summer camp at ASU, the line captured
1 award for accomplishment and enthusaism
illed a spirit stick, every night for a weels.
ecause they were one of the most spirited
rams, they were able to tolse one home.
iso, four superior ribbons and one excellent
Jbon were won. The squad was nominated
3 one of the top five during the camp session
wd competed to attend the national competi-
on in Orlando, Fl.
At the pep assemblies, the cheerleaders mo-
fated crowd participation by popularizing the
fave. Jill Hegedus, captain, said, "lt was a
ew way to get the student body involved,"
In addition, they made many football play-
rs, and their stomachs very happy by provid-
.g snocl-zs. "We made a lot of food," Hegedus
Turn About Night had them smiling to "Digi-
nl Display" by Ready for the World, a dance
we had fun putting together," said Deborah
The cheer squad consists of seniors Jill Hege-
us, Deboroh Temple, Kelly Smith, and Erica
erlsins, junior Diana Vasquez, and sophomores
rin Marshall and Amber White.
lash Cf Spirit
"Things might get o
little crazy at the
games, but when it
comes down to it,
we're backing the
teams all the way!"-
VARSITY CHEERf Splits: Deborah Temple, Hrst
Row:Amber White, Erin Marshall, Erica Perkins. Second
Row: Jil Hegedus. Third Row: Kelly Smith, Top: Diane
swore cfismsf First Rowz Kelly Smith, Jill Hegedus,
Erica Perkins, Second Row: Deborah Temple.
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rama: Dead Gr Alive
by Tino Deyle
Lights dim, the audience folls silent, oll eyes
are on the stoge. A casual "hello" explodes
the soundless atmosphere.
One of the most important aspects of drama
is to capture the audience's attention. An octor
must bring writing on a paper to life and molse
you believe what he or she is to feel. If the
actor is successful then the audience is loclsed
in. "I enjoy malsing people laugh, ond laughing
at others while they do their acting activities,"
sold Corolyne Deyle, freshmon.
Thor is only one of the many things dramo
teoches, and probobly, for some, the hardest
to master. The Drama Club is like the Dromo
Class' side lsicls.
The Drama Club enobles members to go os
o group to view plays by other schools, and
critique them. lt also puts on its own ploys. This
yeor the Dromo Club put on Twelve Angry
Men, by Reginald Rose, and Up and Down the
Sroircose, by Christopher Sergel. The money
"Thats show bIz"
-Jaime Session, Freshman.
eorned from these ploys support the Drama
Hord work, dedication, and o weels of ridi-
an initiotes con be spotted toword the eni
school. They are the ones thot do crazy sti
oround campus, like wollsing backwards, sl
ing, and proposing morrioge to vorious olj
and teachers. To raise money the Thes
sell refreshments during intermission and
All the money eorned by the Dromo Cl
and Thespions goes toward lseeping up
stage and auditorium. During the summer liq-
ond curtoins ore replaced, which uses up oll
money made that yeor.
Dromo Club in generol, hos o lot to offa
gives students a chance to be creative out
of closs. "You leorn to express yourself in dif
ent woys," said Poul Luellig, freshmon.
DRAMA CLUD.- Fronr Row: Sponsor, Byron Judge, Heather Williams, Elizabeth Ortiz,
Tina Deyle, Tonya Nolan, Marie Kimbrell, Trang Nguyen, Sarah Colen, Cathy
Arnold, Lissa Wallicl-2, Rhonda Rayner, Raju Zinzuvodia, Dimpy Chowla, Tiri Chor-
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ill, Derels Harris, John Munoz, Julie Darden, Christiana Pace, Michael Whitehead,
DRAMA CLUB: Fronr Row: Kim Newell, Shaugne Ahart, Dan Weidner, Pau
Nick Gale, Terri Mount, Liz Lessard, Helena Jonoussen, Christie Chatfield, Regina
Wichman, Craig Dringman, Chip Jorgenson,
, Luellig, Tonya Kneil, Mendi Eckert, Colin Yohe Second Row: John Canfer
Terri Lemons, Ann Shassetz, Lisa Cote, Deanna Titrle, Jamie Sessions
Mischelle Templeton, Debbie Coans, Katie Newcomb. 77wrd Row: M
Morales, Amy Whlrlington, Carolyn Deyle, Stefani Taylor, Laura Densford
Aimee Brainard, Annelsa Ray, Laura Schaffer, Kim Price Fourrh Row: Ka
Mock, Jenny Holtrup, Heidi lhnat, Karson Jordan, Den Mills, Carl Rush
Jennifer Jarnigan, Ann Lauoie, Mindy Lueck, Shari Messerschmidt, Torn'
THESPlAN.S,- Front Row: Tiri Chorfield, Martha McKenna, Christie Chatfield Second
Row: Timm Rogers, Jon Munoz, Julie Darden, Christiana Pace, Mike Whitehead, Liz
Lessard, Melissa Fryman, Regina Widwma, Nids Gale, Byron Judge, sponsor.
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oing Their Share
by Dave Glorit
The future business leaders of America have
certainly done their share in activities this year,
both competitive and in community services.
In the area of competition, the FBLA has
competed at Glendale Community College, as
vvell as at ASU for the 25th anniversary annual
state leadership conference. According to Far-
rell Cutler, sponsor, the FBLA may go to Wash-
ington D.C. if all worlsed out well at ASU.
The organization has also done a number of
community services. They prepared three
Thanlssgiving baslsets for needy families, and
also provided Christmas gifts for underprivif
Yet, the real purpose of the FBLA is to teach
students about business. Mrs. Cutler sums up
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FBLA: Front Row: Debbie Estrada, Paul Luellig,
Adeline Guerrero, Paulette Ensign. Second
Row: Susie Dobbs, Barbara Allison, Nadine
Smith, Stella Valdez. Third Row: Michael Min-
yard, Kelly lsleinschmidt,
"An opportunity to demonstrate
Business skills. "
-Mrs. Farrell Cutler.
the clubs oljectives "FBLA gives students an
opportunity to demonstrate their business slsills
in a wide variety of areas."
Tracey Boling and Chris Sanchez help out with dc
for the Thanksgiving Baslset
FBLA: Front Row: Emma Solano, Luisa Luera, Tracey Baling, Sylvia Garcia, Chris Sanchez, Tammy Maron
Andrea Scott, Cynthia Felix, Sandal Gaschler Csponsarl.
Diversified Cooperative Education
:Sy Laura Worthy
DCE- Diversified Cooperative Education- is a
Lareer oriented classfclub sponsored by Mrs,
Students learn trade skills, how to prepare
rjob interviews, and how ro create resumes
the DCE class, then leave school the last half
-if the day to attend a job.
Mrs. Lewis, along with the school, places the
udenrs in ajob that comes closest to meeting
eir actual career goals. While studying skills of
'teir particular career choice, in the classroom,
dey also read about, and hear from guest
eakers on careers other than what they wish
pursue. Mrs. Lewis said this, "widens their
The DCE Club also has many fund raisers
during the year. Money is raised to hold a
tanquet for the employers participating in the
irogram, at the end of the school year.
Mrs. Lewis said that this program is good
"Widening their horizons. "
Patty Castillo and Milton Wood deliver flowers on Valen
because, "the students get to put to use the meg DOY.
skills they learn at school. They also learn re-
sponsibility that they can't get out of a book."
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D. O.: Front Row: Sarah Jinzo, Alyce Digman, Ange-
lla Hall, Robin Harwood, Stephanie Bayles, Gloria
Anoya, Marina Galindo, Parry Castillo, Maria Sal-
dona, Gloria Bravo, Cindy Phillips, Romana Lohr-
man. Second Row: Mrs. Lewis Csponsorb, Terry
Hiety, Jeff Larson, Shannon Cisco, Corine Huckoby,
Darla Watkins, Jerry Keele, Eeric Ahart, Lashella
Folks, Lynn Jones, Christina Murillo, Michael White-
head, Linda Cole, Lisa Humphreys, Milton Wood.
Linda Cole, Stephanie
Bayless, and Lisa
Humphreys pose lor a
Diversified Cooperative Educationf83
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their Valentines Day
X et's Talk Spanish'
by David French
The Spanish Club sponsored and was involved in
many activities this year.
The Foreign Language dinner and the Christmas
card sale in December were some ofthe acriviries in
1985. The highlight of the Spanish Club's activities
'34 easy way to talk funny."
. -Daniel Martinez, sophomore.
was the seniors' trip ro Mazaralan, Mexico, in 1986,
Elsa Solorzano, rhe Spanish Club's adviser com-
mented that she felt the students really enjoyed
being in rhe club this year. She is also loolsing for-
ward ro next year which will hopefully bring new
members into the club.
SPAMSH CLLD: Kavid O'Neol, Raul Rodriguez, Sammy Rides, Daniel Martinez, Trang Neugen, Celesrlno
Rivera, Renecca Ozuna, Barbara Wiliams, Gayle Washingvon, Sheryln Cook, Sabrina Lighrhm, Done
Soerdergaurd, Annie Billingsley, Andrea Navarene, Debra Hordesty, Dino Asrorgo. Secondliow, ChrLs
Sondwez, Chris Vizzerra, Salvador Penunuri, Bobby Lerieri, Derrick Dosric, Kristy Garber, Nancy Pano,
Juanita Miranda, Rebecca Romero, Kerri Barber, Kirsten Barber, Leann Edwards, Molly'Auinn, Cinamln,
Conrad, Liz Luquez, Toni Cabrai, Rodmel Oviedo, Mrs, Salorzano, sponsor, Yhrrd Row: Ned Taylor, Par
Papa, John Durremiller, Steve Hinejosa, Kevin Hawkins, Todd Daggert, Sam Websrer, Andy Hllllson, Drisren
Kuhn, Dedfy Rariff, Denise Tacy, Kim Keehn, Krisran Mock, Jaime Self, Don Shilliday, Esobei Arivlzu, Jesse
Barron, Y-men Cunningham. -
84! Spanish Club
Ler's dance. Lorian Ramos freshman and Sammy
by Tina Beyle
Isabel Anizu, Leticia Gonzalez, Toni Ca
they liked to sing and dance lil-se 'Men
received 10 awards. 'lWe hope to accom
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SPAMSN CLLO from Row: Kay Mods, Yann Abeloa, Stephanie lleaxnen, Edna Young, Lau Diaz, Monica Ennquez, Curie
Rush, Stacy Sucking, Tom Kennedy, Secondhavwlhly Dalaney, Karen Hendrick, Anneka Ray. Melani Espl, Alioa McAndy,
Lynn Jackson, Crista Lair, Aida Dradxey, Ann Shasserz, Aimee Orchard, Jenriier Janagn. Thrd flow: Nm McQ1e, Janie
Peneunen, Danltc Vila, Kaylen Cam, Mr, Marquez Gpansorl Fourth Row. Dela Sanclrrez. Suzie Dobbs, Ce-rl Surton. Many
Gonzales, Sonya Bums, Lisa Cody, Mischele Tempeuon, Mnay Lueds, Aida Perez, Mary Hernandez, Shari Meuenhmd,
Stefani Taylor. Kim Price, Jon Warkomdsi, Sam Enrique:
bral, Liz Luquez, and Rachel Oviedo started
the group "Re-flexion" in 1985 because
udof' Mrs. Salorzana saw them practice
and convinced them to perform for the
Foreign Language Fair. So far they have
plish more things in the future," said Toni
y Rhonda Wiley
Agua Fria's first Academic Decathlon team
als sixth place at the Maricopa County Acaf
mic Decathlon meet and became one of 1a
ams eligible for state competition at ASU on
arch 11, 1986.
Doug Condie, who participated at the varsi-
level, won five medals: first in mathematics,
t in science, and third places in economics,
tory, and the ten-event individual competi-
Charlie Wolff, who participated on the scho-
stic level, won o first place in science and third
economics, Heather Pierre tools rhird place in
te interview at the scholastic level. Brigette
few of the students waiting in the gym for the Super
"The students were com-
peting far and above what I
had expected "
Opel also tools second in the interview at the
Others who competed were Gina Double
day, Tood Darlser, and Don Shilliday Jr.
There were three different levels on which
the students could compete. These were hon-
or, for students with an A average, scholastics,
for students with a I3 average, and varsity, for
students with a C average. Doubleday and S,
Condie competed in the honor, Piette and
Wolff competed in the scholastic, and D. Con-
die competed in the varsity.
Jo Naehrbass, social studies teacher, was in
charge of the team. The students spent many
hours being tutored by her and other teachers
in preparation. Naehrbas said, "The students
were excellent and were competing far and
above what I had expected."
Todd Darker, Don Shilliday, left, and Gina Doubleday, and
Doug Candle, right at worls
Ulz ACADEMIC DECA THLOM Hrsr Row: Heather Piette, Drigette Opel, Tood Darker, and Charlie Wolff. Second Row.-
Suzanne Condie, Doug Candie, Gina Doubleday, and Don Shilliday.
by Dimpy Chovvlo
"You con goin French culrural experiences
by joining French club," said Raju Zinzuvodia,
French club presidenr.
French club has had several acriviries rhis
year, including o fund raiser and a rrip ro 0
Germon resrauranr wirh German club. The
money earned by rhe fund raiser was used ro
eirher orrend o French movie or go ro o French
Zinzuvadio has made rhe club more active
rhon in preceding years, but she hopes ro see ir
become even more acrive in furure years. She
olso hopes rhor membership will increase, os
onyone is eligible ro join.
To furure French club presidenrs, Zinzuvodia
suggesrs molsing rhe club more active by plon-
ning more field rrips.
FRENCH CLUB: Fronr Row: Robin Scorr, Heather Wag-
ner, Terah Perry, Joy Chonder, Laura Ladsey, Elizaberh
Nurz, Srephanie Solis. Second Row: Eloine Billingsley,
sponsor, Amy Whirringron, Michelle French, Nikki
Whitehead, David Schilliday, Alli Srone, Terri Lemons,
Cyndo Lopez. Third Row: Ryan Surron, Rene Espinosa,
Veronico Baird, Sreve Demurh, Ann Lavoie, Steve
Roehling, David Reese.
y Kristino Brown
Spring time meons spring breok, spring
feels, ond gymmy beors.
Yes, gummy beors. Those delicious colorful
tle covity-cousing condies liked by everyone,
very yeor, Germon Club members fronticolly
ell until, os Lourie Dovis, sponsor, would soy,
they're oll gummyed out."
But vvhot mokes gummy beor monio such
n onnuol event? Well, for one thing, they
ste terrific. One con munch on o whole
outhevvotering bog or sovor eoch one by
ne. Devvore! Clossmotes will hound you vvith
reedy honds ond pleoding expressions,
Adelo Alimon, sophomore, is "oddicted" to
gummies ond Kent McMiIIon, senior, soys, "You
'on't put them down," Also, they're fun to
Mork Reese, junior, enjoys "biting the heods
ff." Stefi Funke, senior ond president of Get'
on Club feels everyone loves them becouse
they're unlike Ameticon condyf'
The sole of gummy beors brings tremendous
rofits to the club. This yeor the club mode
round S-400. Louro Worthy, senior ond vicee
resident thinks its "o nice vvoy of bringing
ermon culture to Aguo Friof'
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Abovef Melisso Woolf, Stefi Funke, Lourie Dovid Csponsorb, ond Suzie Hirth discuss business os club officers
GERMAN CLUB: Front Rowf Liso Humphreys, Chorisso
Newport, Jono Stumpf, Kerri Kinbock, Chris Hoessley,
Steven Dempsey. Second Row: Michoel Minyord, Ted
Beecroft, Clork McDonough, Seth Scott, Arlec Preuo,
Lourie Dovis, sponsor. Third Row: James Smith, Andy
Workins, Edword Pennington, Fred Hofner, Seon Crow-
ley, John Horine,
GERMAN CLUB., Front Row: Michciel Auerzo, Tim Mel-
lody, Srefi ilosztoczy, Stephanie Funke, Liso Koppief
mon, Shoron Alkire, Peggy Schellenberger, Brigitte
Opel, Ruth Grumbiing, Kristino Brown. Second Row:
Tom Pennington, Kent McMillon, Mike Hirth, Todd
Dori-ser, Croig Dringmon, Chip Jorgenson, Melisso
Woolf, Krissy Royner, Kelly Simmons, Toby Friedrich,
Donne Glodhort, Jon Schvomm Morrinez, Julio Wune
delidw, Axel Schneider, Krisron Mock,
by Srocey Newell
Through rheir porriciporion in vorious ocrivie
ries rhis yeor, ihe members of Furure Formers
of Americo ond vocorionol ogriculrure hove
goined knowledge ond experience,
The ogriculrure deporrmenr plonred ond
roised o gorden rhis yeor rhor supplied food ro
hungry wesrside fomilies. The gorden enobled
srudenrs ro porricipore in on inreresring leorning
experience while providing communiry ser-
vice, Their gool rhis yeor wos ro roise 1000 lbs.
of vegerobles. A drip irrigorion system wos
used ro irrigore rhe gorden. lr is on odvonced
sysrem rhor is commonly used our nor in pro!
ducrion ogriculrure. So rhe ogriculrure deporr-
menr uses oll rhe loresr merhods ond even
does irs own experimenring, exploined Buddy
Deimler, ogriculrure insrrucror.
The leorning experiences rhor rhe ogriculrure
srudenrs porricipore in help rhem ro goin rhe
Isnowledge rhor enobles rhem ro excel in on
FFA: Fronr Row: Morry Morsumoro, Milse Grenger,
Michele Tkoberrs, Gene Dorron, Heorher Worsnup,
Morvin Joe, Andreo Amoror, Kelli Finney, Second
Rowf Buddy Deimler, sponsor, Lorry Morley, Jerry
Hutchinson, Jooquin Humphreys, Wes Smirh, Bobby
Srone, Vince Lopez, Scorr Monrgumery, Por Nelson,
Jomes Quirrschreiber, Cody McGuire, Fronls Dedord,
John Tebbe, Phillip Dourwel, Shoun Dochmon.
Above Milse Grenger woirs for some insrrucrions
Leff A few ogriculrure siudenrs worch Phillip D
sheor his sheep,
FFA: Fronr Row: Tim Cunninghom, Rene
mon, Donny Weidner, Kim Corroll, Ramon
quido, Dovid Price, Second Row: Eric
Aniro Boir, Shelly Young, John Toylor, Roy
Ron Hunrer, Krisri l-lorber, Dorbro Allison.
Row: Dovid Plurherford, Reed Corson, F
Denovldez, James Comeron, Joclsle McDc
Mike Pliner, Kelly Kleinschmidr.
igging For Fun
ay Rhonda Wiley
The Archaeology Club has earned recogni'
on borh srare and narionwide.
lr is one of rhe few in rhe narion and rhe only
:ne in rhe srare of Arizona. The club has also
ieen menrioned in an arricle concerning a
loholsam excayarion in rhe Narional Archaeo-
gy Magazine lr has also been menrioned by
e archaeologisr in charge of rhe Hoholsam
-xcayarion, Sam Barr in his Field Research
This year rhe club visired Pueblo Grande,
xrizona Hisrorical, and Heard Museums. The
lub has also visired Reevias Ranch Homesread,
we Four Pealss area, Casa Grande ruins, Ron
lix's Ghosr Town of 1880's and Salado cliff
lwellings in rhe Supersririon Mounrains.
The club is considering changing ir's name ro
we Arizona Club. Sponsor Roger Warner said,
I feel rhar rhe club should pur emphasis upon
irchaeology, yer include all of Arizona."
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Juniors Fred Lorenz, Rhonda Wiley, and Sam Barr, senior,
on one of rheir many digs,
Derh Mullins, sophomore, and Naraly Cursinger, Junior,
search for arrifacrs or rhe Hoholsam dig in Mesa
NORIH CAMPUS AIZCHEAOLOGY CLUB: Fronr
Raw: Jessica GiQllOTfl, Spencer Drawn, Reed
Carson, Jason Nelson. Second Row: Anna Gar-
cia, Lucinda Lopez, Kendra Srapler, Terrie Lem-
ARCHEAOLOGY CLUB: Front Rowf Rhonda Wiley, Norolly
Curslnger, Liza Weyrauch, Andreo.Nouorerre, Karhy Ar-
nold, Kari Rivera, Sara Cahn, ,Sara Snools. Second Row:
Traci Wlllgar, Denise Tacy, Nick Gayle, Helena Johnson,
Richard Vasquez, David Chouez, Jeff Ferris, Fred Rodri-
guez, Angelic Zerongue.
arn District Credit
by Christina Mumford
For the first time participants in the Aca-
demic, Cultural, Enrichment, Seminar CACESD
earn district credit.
The program, open to all qualifying stu-
dents in grades Q-12, continued Agua Fria's
"fine tradition of offering advanced or ac-
celerated classes for the academically ambi-
tious," said Karen Kolacls, sponsor. The ACES
members attend a series of cultural events
which include lectures, musicals, drama, bal-
let, lyric opera, symphony, and international
During the school year the ACES mem-
bers have artended showings of "Kaleido-
scope of Greece," "The Milsadi," per-
formed by ASU Lyric Opera Company,
"The Peking Acrobats," National Touring
Company of China, "Coppelia," performed
by The Tulsa Ballet Company, and "Pal
Joey," performed by Phoenix Little Theatre
"We have cr fine l
-Karen Kotali, Sponsor,
OO X Aces
Cl OBE UP
t Whole Lot Cf Fun
if Suzanne Condie
A seven day trip to Washington D.C. and
'illiamsburg Va. was a highlight of the year
r 15 participants of the Close-Up Program.
The students left early Easter morning. Dur-
Q their trip the students spent five days in
ashington DC. and two days in Williamsburg
0. ln addition to viewing monuments and
eeting political leaders, the participants at-
nded a dinner play, several banquets, and
Milse Smith, the Close-Up trip co-ordinator
id the program provides, "an overview of
"An overview of
the American government and gives the stu-
dents an opportunity to meet politically influen-
Vicki Franls, a two year participant of the
program summed up her time in Washington
os, "a whole lot of fun."
Junior Angelique Zeringue agreed. She also
added that she decided to go because, "I
thought it would be the best way to see Wash-
One student summed up the experience
when she said, "The schedule was really tight,
but we really had a good time."
CLOSE UR Front Row: Angelique Zerongue, Mr, Smith isponsorb, Henry Rousee, Bruce Word, Second Row: Imelda Cadwin, Rhonda
Weilgh, Andrea Amotor. Third Row: Suzanne Condie, Vicki Frank.
by Ruth Grumbling
The art club allows students to do such activi-
ties as drawing, pottery, ceramics, painting,
print maleing, and jewelry malsing, and "it pro,
"Drawing calms my nerves"
-senior Nicole Ayerza
vides the chance for srudents to be expressive
in a different way," said art teacher David
Most art students find art interesting, but
they have different views of what drawls
them personally to art.
Katie Rivera, sophomore, said, "I personally
lilse to draw, because it gives me more of an
appreciation for art,"
Senior Jerry Koslsinen said, "l lilse art, be-
cause it's creative and colorful, and it relieves
my tensions and the pressures of my prob-
Nicole Ayerza, senior, shares the same view.
She said, "lt calms my nerves and allows me to
Right- Nicole Ayerza tries to concentrate on her sketching
in art class.
Keith Germana displays his latest att worls
ART CLUB: Front Row: Tonya Nolan, Katie Rivera, Claudette Kirker, Sarah Cohen, Marilyn Trexler, Jeff
Stephanie Sime, Tanya Carroll, Daphne Davis, Shelli Schmulsi, Christie Chatfield, Matthew Lopez, David
Nelson, Sherry Barney, Dorte Soendergaard, Carrie Clark, sponsor.
Buttemiller. Second Row: Axel Schneider, Sam Lay,
y Steve Leuniz
Membership and involvement were the
wost significant improvements of interact this
-ear. As a result, the club experienced o re-
.farding year of both beneficial services and
Timm Rogers, president, explained that the
'st semester was devoted primarily to recruit-
wg members and malsing people aware of the
ub and its purpose. Second semester focused
n fund raising and leisurely outings for fun,
ogers added that while all these factors led to
successful year, the best possible outcome is
D "make a name for the club" for future
Prqects undertaken by interact were aimed
t community involvement, with project re-
"The tears of gratitude."
ports appearing in local newspapers. In addition
to customary interact services, such as the Ca'
INTERAC71 Front Row: Mona Rivera. Rachel Brockey, Laura Worthy, Celestina Rivera, Steh Rosztoczy, Kristen
Naifeh, Jaime Masiyn, Sharon Aire, Christine Coffman, Charlie Wolff, Kathy Arnold, Kristen Barber, Kerri Barber,
John Sarah Clayton. Second Row: Julie White, Darlene Kirk. Kris Rayner, Tonya Zarala, Liz Reid, Kirsten
Johnson, Jill Hegedus, Carrie Butterniller, Rqu Zinzuvadia, Dlmpy Chawla, Peggy Moore, Kim Soto, Tina
Zinzuvadlo, Julie Hott, Renae Wichman, Mrs. l-lepting Gponsorb. Third Row: John Munoz, Colette Humphrey,
Diane. Gladhart, Melissa Frymon, Kelli Hnneyg Tom Abraham, Kevin Ritchey, Yvonne Decort, Suzy Hirth,
Heather Williams, Chrisie Chotfield, Matt Lopez, Roberta Fellows, Aprn Stevens, Alan Church, Gina Doubleday.
Fourth Row: Timm Rogers, Ken Graham, Ben Cohen, Danny Tucker, Tait Sorensen, Greg Pelley, H.D, Smith,
Kent McMillan, Jay Fernow, Wendy Moldovan, Com McCown, Catherine Tonkinsan, Amy Tomlinson, Lisa
Leonhart, Burke Albeldo.
reer Day escort and brealsfast service and aid-
ing runners in the 10 K run, the club helped
Rotarians pacl-z food for the less fortunate at
Christmas, which had the largest turnout in
many years. Most noteworthy was the start of
a new prqect, Operation Happiness, in which
members wrapped and delivered Christmas
presents for the needy. Karen Hepring, club
sponsor, described this year's Interact members
as "the most active, enjoyable, and cooperat-
ive group to worls with." She added that, as a
service club, the most rewarding part of the
year was "the tears of gratitude of the moth-
ers" upon delivery of the Christmas presents.
Perhaps rhat's what community service is all
Interact Members- Front: Stefi Rosztoczy, Kristie Rivera,
Magdalena Rivera, Liz Reid, Dadr Timm Rogers, Lisa Lean'
hardt, Danny Tucl-ser, Kristen Cinningham, Craig Alberta,
Tait Sorensen, Ken Graham, Matt Lopez, Durlse Alblda,
Renae Wechman, and April Stevens wrap Christmas gifts
for the underprivileged children of the community.
eorning The Bosics
by Krisron Mocls
Leorning obour ond fixing mechonicol porrs
of o cor engine ore whor rhe AF ouro club is oll
The club, sponsored by Lloyd Purcell, hod
obour 30-35 members rhis yeor.
The moin purposes of rhe club ore ro leorn
the bosics of ouro mechanics, whor rhe porrs of
o cor ore, how rhey operore, ond how ro
repolr rhem should they breols or molfuncrion.
Mr. Posrernoclx congrorulores Joe Melody, on Coreer Doy
for his occomplishmenrs,
The club is olso meonr ro give member
ploce ro go ond meer new people, ond
hove fun while leorning voluoble slsills.
Member Terry Gorhercole sold rhor rhe m
gool of rhe club wos ro leorn how ro compl
ly bolonce Cpur rogerherb on ouromobile
One of rhe club's moin projecrs rhis yeor
repoiring AF secretory, Susie 5uofley's cor
replocing o brolsen worer pump in rhe engi
AUTO CLUB: FRONT ROW: Tony Tolorero, Dovid Malik, Jerry Flercher, Jason Sonders, Soul Reyno, Gene
Olivorez SECOND ROW4 Bill Wollei, Terry Gorhercole, Morrin Enrlquiz, Jim Colvin, Lee Decirhomer, Chi
Nordison, Dovid Kessler, Tim Rose, Jeff Foris, Sreve Modrid
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Tony Toloverro, Mr. Purcell Csponsorl, Clinr Compbell,
Bonlxs, John Dewey, Milse Mehon, Alfredo Zunego,
TC Richmond pose in fronr of on enrire engine rhor r
'l'dllike ro see more
parrlciporionf' - Ken
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Ken Grohom rhinl-as of furure prqecrs
Sponsor Ken Reed goes over o posrer with some srudenrs
HISTORY CLUB: Top Row: Ken Graham, Melissa Fry-
mon, Steve Berzhold, Com McCown, Llso Hum-
phreys, Brain Sallins, Derr Moulton. Middle Row:
Traycl Stephenson, Pfhonda Wiley. Jesse Barron, Kel-
ley Finney, Cara Moyers, Sarah Cloyron, Morrho Mc-
Kenna. Fronr Row: David Frenea, Angela Brooks,
Rhando Rayner, Celesrlna Rivera, Aniro Lopez, April
Srevens, Roberta Fellows.
by Stefi Rosztoczy
This yeor vvosjusr the beginning for the AF
Speech Club, heoded by Jim Londuo.
Londuo spent this yeor gerting the club orgo-
nized, giving the club exposure, ond trying to
"get the boil going ogoinf' He soid the club's
purpose is "to ossist students in developing their
public speolsing skills by porticipoting in speech
contests throughout the Phoenix metropoliton
oreo ond universities such os, the U of A, ASU,
Storring o Freshmon speech progrom ond
holding public speolsing forums on compus ore
o couple of Londuo's ideos in order to improve
, ','Ger the 'boll galng again" ,
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Next yeor the club is Ioolsing to expond ond
otrend more to
Umomems' Heleno Jonsson, junior, gives o speech on her persor'
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experiences on her trovels throughout Sweden
SPEECH CLUB: Front Row: Corrie Roberts, Soryo Gorcio,
Alex Memo, Aundre Anderson, Mott Popworrh, Fron-
cine Ramos, John Boone. Second Row- Heleno John- ,
son, Som Upshow, Rick Mays, Jerry Collonds, Adam
Edes, Poulo Arellano, Angie Robertson, Mike How-yf
W thorne, Jeff Peters, Jim Londuo, sponsors
kiers Stoy Home
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"The student interest is whot is going to moke the
no go, not me," sold Cheryl Zidow, sponsor of the
i Club. The Ski Club skiing trip wos Concelled this
eor due to o lock of interest,
The moin gool of the club is its winter trip to
oche Sunrise, The students compose the club ond
Eir desire is to ski, But when it come time to put the
oney up for the trip "no one wonted to."
"I mode oll the orrongemenrs ond reservotions
t the kids didn't wont to put up the money," soid
The president of the Ski Club, Seon Newcomer,
os olso disoppointed ot the concellotion. "lt wosn'r
pensive ot oll. I don't know why everyone soid
'ey were going ond then didnt poyf' Seon felt
or the only reoson the studentsioined wos to soy
SKI CLUB: Simhgf H.D. Smith, Karen Miller, Kristen
Noifeh, John Pritchard. Second Row: Frank Souf-
fley, Kevin Goilowoy, Joy Fernow, Wendy Muldo-
von, Jomie Moslyn, Amy Tomlinson. Bode Row:
Toir Sorenson, Kenr Heiner, Udo Volke, Roger Rol-
lond, Sean Newcomber, president, Dove Yohe.
"Too bad It was cancelled."
-senior H.D. 'Smith
thot they were in the club, "About 50 people signed
up, there wos snow, oll the orrongemenrs were
token core of, but no one gove us the money,"
Senior, Steve Boker, commented on the concello-
tion in disoppoinrment. "l wos reolly upset to find out
obout the concellotion. l hod plonned to go skiing
ond I wos let down," H.D. Smith, senior, felt thot if
there wos eorlier plonning ond more orgonizotion
the trip would hove been successful. "Lost yeor the
Ski Club hod storted osking for money in November
ond they hod plenty of people signed up. This yeor,
we hod three doys to hove our money in without
Overoll, the yeor ended in grove disoppointment
for the Ski Club. The trip wos concelled ond so were
the hopes of the students
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Proud To Weor A Uniform
by Tino Beyle
"You use oreospoce everydoy wheother
you know it or not." sold Lt. Col. Borney Lor-
Lt. Col. Dorney Lorenz ond Chief Broomheod
teoch the ROTC closses. They both feel they do
o good job os do their students, "We troin
people for the world," soid Chief Droomheod,
Outside of ROTC, the members enjoy other
octivities thot ROTC hos to offer. Ever Srorr,
Junior, Drill Teom member, commented "l
mostly like the extro ocriviries thot ROTC of'
fers." Some of the mony ocrivities include
donces, picnics, o trip to Colifornio, ond bowl-
ing. Ever is the treosurer for the bowling
"lt's o greor woy to fly!"
ROTC is highly recommended by mony of
the students. Wilmo Freemyer, Junior, sold, "I
like the people ond some of the things we do. "
Steve Morkowski, senior, Jockie lsenedy, senior, Christine
Noirn, senior, ond Down Elbert working hord on the ROTC
She olso soid she recommends it bei
"They might enjoy it like I do."
Once o week, on Wednesdoy there
mony people in uniforms, Obviously they
in ROTC. Mony of them feel stronge ond
comfortoble weoring uniforms, but not
Word, Junior, who is o member of the
Guord. "I feel proud to weor the uniform
service thot grows in imporronce with
shuttle flight," sold Bruce.
There ore mony reosons why people
ROTC. Some roke it becouse they enjoy
compony of their friends in ROTC, ond
in o few coses, ore required to roke it b
they ore our of district. Chrissy Jenkins,
soid she tokes ROTC, "becouse l plon o
coreerf' Chrissy is o member of the Drill T
Jockie Kenedy, senior, presents on oword to the
ossociotton for helping ROTC
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ROTC STAFF: FRONT ROW: Trocy Bernhord, Down Elberr, Henry Rouse, Brion
Sullins, Ben Hernandez, Morgorer Vosquez, Jockie Kennedy SECOND ROW:
Tom Rowe, Richord Thomas, Roy Denrley, Sreve Morkowski, Poscol Brown,
Bruce Word, Tom Bradley
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ROTC FLIGHT A- FRONT ROW. Buck Simingron, Darby Brewer, Jeffrey Suckling,
Anne Banaszok, Bobbie Jo Boir, Toby Sullivan, Denise Duniec, Becky Rorliff,
Christy Marek SECOND ROW. Lr Col. Bernord C. Lorenz, Tom Rowe, Angelo
Brown, James McElroy, Dona Quoss, Don Coe, Thomos Penningron, Jerry
Gonzales, Chrisrine Jenkins THIRD ROW- Bruce Word, Fronk Clem, Gilberr
Mesecher, Borney Boldorez, Andrew Borbo, Craig Dringmon, Chip Jorgenson,
Tam Byrum, Mike Denninger
ROTC FLIGHT B- FRONT ROW. Down Elberr, Phyliss Miller, Leroy Johnson, Nick
Bonoszok, Trocy Bernhord, Amy Perers, Harlorer Vosquez, Phil Shulsky, Ryon
Mason SECOND ROW- Lr Col. Bernord C. Lorenz, Olivo Fronklin, Juon Radcliffe,
Michoel Teluisis, Juon Romos, Aoron Schinore, Chrisrine Noirn, Richord Thomas
THIRD ROW: Kevin Kesrer, Sreve Richmond, Michael Bell, John Burrell, Bruce
Srour, Dee Horine
ROTC FLIGHT C- FRONT ROW. Tom Rowe, Tom Brodley, Phillip Sodler, Jockie
Kennedy, Wilmo Freemeyer, Proynoon Lek-kong, Tom Bradley, Henry Rouse
SECOND ROW- Lr Col. Bernord C. Lorenz, Scorr Ross, Jockie Mee, Sheffield
Abella, Sreve Miller, J.T. Evrerr, Sreve Morkowski THIRD ROW- Poscal Brown,
Ken McCombs, Burr Moulron, Brion Sullins, Ray Beniley, Dovid Sullins, Eric Usrey
ROTC. FLIGHT D. FRONT ROW- Jennifer Burum, Gino Therrien, Sharon Torrez,
Crysrol Brocken, Croig Dempsey, Edith Young, Brian Folk, Kim McClure, Chrisrine
Hoyden SECOND ROW. Krisri Gorber, Sheldon Pino, Ron Hunier, John Jennings,
Serh Scorr, Sheri Rogers, Chris Hoessley, Ricky Grey, Liso DeLos Sonras THIRD
ROW: Lorry Gardner, Anita Boir, Kevin Grohom, Andy Workins, Trovis Kesner,
John Horine, Mory Rogers, Elizabeth Nurs FOURTH ROW: Suson Bernhord,
Dovid Giles, David Blythe, Shown Young, Michoel Websrer, Derrick Temple,
Colin Yohe, Louro Lackey, Vishol Mehro
ROTC. FLIGHT E1 FRONT ROW: Chief Droomheod, Trevor Brewer, Chrisry
Whire, Jusrin Kourz, Muriel Evens, Sreve Veeropen, Porrica Snow, Juan Egeo,
Joson Nelson, Tomi Tolebi. SECOND ROW Heidi lhnor, Denise Mirchell, Greg
Mesecher, Greg Sims, Jesse Aguoyo, Jose Quinonez, Janer Worf, Mike Yborro,
Jenny Holrrud, Andrew Walker. THIRD ROW. Phillip Gardener, David Cook,
Tony Bolderoz, Jomes Tyra, Julie Price, Mark Huges, Jesse Adome, Mike
Chavez, Leroy De La Poz, Mork Veeropen, Silver Smirh.
DRILL TEAM! COLOR GUARD
Promoting Agua F ria
by Michelle Lamperr
The Agua Fria Drill Team and Color Guard is
a specialized section of the ROTC unit. These
groups must always conduct themselves in o
professional manner because they are much
like ambassadors for Agua Frio, said Chief Earl
The Drill Team, commanded by Pascal
Brown, Junior, required hard work and dedica-
tion to achieve the excellence expected of
them. "The Drill Team is like on olympic team,
they must perform with perfection," sold Chief
Droomhead, one fo the teachers of ROTC.
There were nine parades and four competi-
tions that the Drill Team performs at yearly.
Among the competitions, the team met at the
UCLA Drill Meet and performed against all other
western state teams.
The Color Guard, commanded by Henry
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Stout, Steve Demsey, Sharon Torrez, Jennifer
Byrum, Gina Therrien, Trevor Brewer, Kim Mc'
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"They're o strange breed of
Rousse, Senior, is very similar to the Drill Teo
but performs at more events, The Co
Guard's job is to present the colors at functi
such as football and basketball games. T
members are very busy throughout the ye
"People see them first and form their opinio
around them, so they have to be sharp," s
Chief Broomhead. This yeor's Color Guard h
also been chosen to attend the Triple A Cha
"We have a potential championship
Team and I thinls this year's Color Guard is t
best we've ever had," Chief Droomhead sa
The Drill Team and Color Guard have
spend at least an hour almost every weelsni
practicing and improving. lt's difficult, but
teaches them to be leaders and as Ch
Droomhead said "That's what this is all obo
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Dee Horine, Dawn Elbert, Phil Shulslsy, Mike Cho-
vez, Craig Dringmon, Roy Bentley Second Row:
CMSGT Earl C. Broomhead, Steve Veerapen, Laura
Lackey, Cristal Bracken, Edith Young, Joclsle Kenne-
dy, Bobbie Jo Boir, 'Denise Dunlec, Pascal Drown
7711rdRow.' Ben Hernandez, Christine Haydon, An-
gie Brown, Michael Dell, Christine Jenkins, Torn
Rowe, Steve Markowski.
DRILL TEAMXCOLOR GUARD
COLOR GUARD: Brian Suilins, Burr Houlton, Andrew Barba,
,Henry Rouse, Ken McCombs, Bruce Ward, Gilbert Me-
secher, Brian McQuoy, Amy Peters.
Field Day Trophy
by Tony Jones '
Dy winning every event entered except for tvvo
of the eleven, the AF ROTC captured the traveling
trophy in the 7th annual ROTC Field Day held at the
football field Saturday December 7, 1085.
AF hosted five other Arizona high schools os the
different ROTC programs competed in several types
of informal competition Westwood, Cactus, Sunnys-
lope, Peoria ond Deer Valley high schools met and
lost to AF on Saturday, Dec. 7 in the AF stadium.
"ROTC cadets were involved in activities used to
strengthen social interaction between the groups,"
Chrissy Jenlsins, junior, said.
In foct, the traveling trophy is riot the main course
for the day, explained Robert Potts, senior, The
activities will be used to bring the cadets of the
several programs into contact with people of other
The annual Field Day is one of the many things
ROTC does for its elite group of students, Jenlsins
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Making the grade is
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go shows. It's not oll
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Upper lefr English reocher Lindo Wilkins mes o unique
opprooch In reochlng ner closs Cenfer: Erin Scorr ond Kris
Andrews, Juniors, srudy nord for psychology, Above: Coro-
lyn Russo, Senior, rypes for rhe yeorbools. Rfghrf Deserr
Howl sroff members loolr over their occornplishrnenrs wirh
o feelung of prnde. For flQhf Soroh Cohen, Sophomore,
corches up on some sleep during one of Mr. Pfe1ff's mony
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by Rocheol Broclsey
One ond two ond three ond four ond molse
it burn, molse it burn. These common sounds
con be heord when possing physicol educo-
tion, modern donce, or weight troining closses.
Physicol educotion, known commonly os
P.E., is usuolly misrolsen for o lot of tired bodies
ond exhousted foces, but here ot AF the closs is
o little different. "The closses ore orronged so
thot both the tolented ond the beginners con
erjoy the octivity they ore doing." exploins
Senior Lisso Wollicls.
Modern Donce, on the other hond, is o closs
where one's tolent is octuolly built. The closs
Senior Kelly Chondler does the jitterbug in modern donce
Fred Rodriguez demonstrates good form in o power cleon
104!Let's Get Physical
Molse lt Burn
"The class is more or less o
woy to ,keep your body in
the best possible shope ond
still eorn o credit hour ot
involves mony types of donces such os joz:
bollet, step, ond modern donce routines. "Th
closs is more thon o bunch of routines throw
together becouse the teocher octuolly do
the routines with us ond thot molses it eosi
ond more fun to leorn." commented Elv
Weight troining is the finol physicol oriente-
closs on compus. Whether toning or building u
strength, this closs offers the opportunity to sto
fit. Junior Joonne Towey soid, "The closs
more or less o woy to lseep your body in th
best possible shope ond still eorn o credit hon
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Joanne Towev, junior, discovers rhe wrong side of her
Senior Errol Aiien uses rho eniorger ro prinr our phoro
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busy developing her prinrs
A Picture ls Worth
A Thousond Words
by Rocheol Broclsey
The phoro sroff is 0 combinorion of slsill ond
creoriviry. The sroff shoors ossignmenrs for borh
rhe school nevvspoper ond yeorboois.
"Theres o lor of vvorls ro be done, ond nor o
lor of us ro do ir," expioins Seon I4uhn,junior. "Ir
purs rhe pressure on."
The sroff Ieorns bloclxfvvhire ond coior pro-
cessing, olong vvirh prinring ond developing
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rechhi ues. "I never rhou hr rolsin o ici
Could be so inrense, rhere ore so mony rh
you con do ond Ieorn vvirh picruresf' cc
menred Joonne Tovvey.
This yeor's sroff did nor nneer os o closs
may hove orhpie vvorlsing spoce The
rorher on individuol periods in order rhor ri
ogreed this orrongemenr soved o lor of h
rhe previous sroff's hove hod.
Seon Kuhn inspecrs his negorives before enrering r
I Psacheal Brockey
Art class is one of many divisions in the fine
as program. At the beginning of each year
mdents choose the area of art that they wish
study and excel in and are given assign-
ents in that area.
The orea's are classified as drawing and
ninting, sculpting, pottery and jewelry-make
he class is concentrating on their final touch ups.
RT I Art Class lndividualizes
ing. At the semester, students may choose o
new area of studying or continue in the area
"I chose drawing because I feel my true feelings can be
shown through my drawings."-Matthew Lopez
which they are currently working in.
Matthew Lopez. In the spring, the art classes
put a show together for the public displaying
their finest work for that year. "I enjoy showing
off my work, it gives me a feeling of security
when my friends appreciate my drawings,"
explained Nicole Ayerza, senior. "Art is an all
"I chose drawing because I feel my true around fun class."
feelings can be shown through my drawings,"
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-nno Cosby, senior, works at shading her drawing Nicole Ayerza, senior, works better at bird's eye view. Christie Chotfield, senior, Puts seriousness into her pointing
Derrick Mellon Junior brushes off his completed mosterpiece.
Building is the Future
by Joy Fernow
"You get to thinls ond creote with your own
mind,' soid Roger Psowlond, junior, when oslsed
how orchitecture closs differed from other closses
he tools during the 1085-86 school yeor.
Architecture, ond industriol orts closs ot AF, is
tought by Joe Almosy. Almosy ogrees with his
students in thot his teochings drift owoy from just
boolsworls. "We give them theoreticol lsnowl-
edge ond hove them put it to use in o honds on
opproochf' soid Almosy.
"You hove to use more common
sense ond your own ideos: notjust
Eric Hellond, junior, echoed his teochers stotee
ment, "You hove to use more common sense
ond your own ideos1 not just books."
According to Mr. Almosy the bosic primory cone
siderotions for building o home ond the terminole
ogy used in todoy's industry ore omong the mony
Thomos Dyrum, junior, stores off into orchitecture
John Royner, senior, designs the plons for his future
orchitecturol ospects tought in closs. "
thinls we ore giving them o solid foundoti
to help in their considerotion of future vo
tionol gools," soid Almosy. This "foun
tion" thot the students receive could b
come helpful in o coreer field thot is ropi
becoming lorger, "With Phoenix growi
the woy it is, there ore limitless opportuniti
for people thot hove orchitecturol ond col
struction boclsgroundf' soid Almosy.
Drivers E ducorion
il-ie Mohon, drivers educorion reocher, gers reody
orrernpr ro reoch onorher srudenr how ro drive.
Is driving reolly such o
by Wendy Moldovon
"Hoving 0 drivers license is 0 big deol ro rnosr
reenogersf' soid Mike Mohon, drivers educorion
reocher for Af High School.
Drivers educorion is o sernesrer closs which con-
sisrs of normol closs boolsworls, "which covers ev-
erything from rhe Iocorion of rhe gos perol ro how
olcohol effecrs rhe body." The simuloror, o series
of prerend ouromobiles, give you ocruoi locorions
of rhe conrrols ond give rhe sruclenr more procrice
in rnonuvering o vehicle. The srudenr con olso ger
speciol orrenrion by enrolling in "behind rhe
wheel", o progrorn which helps rhe srudenr feel
more reloxed when driving. This progrom is S55
ond will reduce insuronce poyrnenrs for 0 begin-
Films ore shown in closs mony rimes during rhe
semesrer ro give rhe srudenr some ideo of colli-
sions rhor occur on rhe rood.
"Nor only is drivers educorion on irnporronr
Morlx Reese, junior, srudies hord for rornorrows big resr.
closs, ir enobles reens ro ger o reduced
insuronce cosr if you reroin on "A" over-
oge," Mr. Mohon soid.
Mike Mohon, drivers educorion reocher, exploins rhe irnporronce of driving.
Free rime in driver's educorion closs.
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campus one can always
see those special smiles
and friendly faces or
Agua Fria, Capturing
those moments on film is
not hard. Agua Frio isn't
Above Charlie Wolfe, senior, hurries to finish first, Po
peyo is reincornoted as senior Danny Tucker, Kirsten
Johnson, senior, puts her ears on for cartoon day.
Lower Center Childhood memories are still vivid for
senior Matthew Lopez Lower Right The "SENIOR" hall
on hall decoration morning
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Upper Center: Derek Mellon, Stacie Lueke, and Scott Martin, juniors,
demonstrate it's always fun with friends. Upper Right: Steve Baker,
senior, experiencing a dreadful Monday. Lower Left: Carrie Buttemiller,
senior, happily goes to class. Lower Right: Joy Fernow, senior, shys away
while Jamie Maslyn, junior, peeks around him.
Homecoming is always
a special port of the year.
As most students get
involved in afternoon
activities and contests, the
Owl's School spirit is at its
Tnnyn Lise True, senior, swings Ground in closs
Conrw The Desert How! busy or worls Upper
Kristin Mods, Junior, sits quietly . . . Lower Left
Slocy Bolser smiles os closs is almost over
Friends ore one of the most
importont things obout school.
At Agua Frio two or rnree is
never Q crowd.
Red ond Groy
Lefr ro Right- Joe Serrano, Soro Nicholas, Dill Wolslci, Jomie Self , Mrke Howtnorne, Jason Shelton Second Row Miclsoy Hott, v
Erico Perkins, Shannon Arnold, Dre-t Yohe Third Row. Terry Gorhercole, Kerry Mc Daniel, Rodney Green
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Kotie Loy, Kelly Ger-
mono, seniors srond for
o quick pose. Above.
Poy orrenrionl Udo Voile
ond Seon Newcomer,
seniors. Lefrf Stocy Nuele
Junior ond Roche!
Dino Cruz ond Mrlee llowrnorne, juniotu, nct '.upri',vd
Seniors Like It
WHAT DO YOU REMEMBER MOST ABOUT
FITOSI-I: Alwoys sneol-sing off for lunch, - Coren Srnoll
SOPHOMOIIE My flor rop rhor loolsed like my he-od
wos shoved - Sieve Boker.
JUNIOR- Knowing rhor I hod one more yeor Iefr I
wos mod cuz everyone who wos groduoring wos
so excited. - Joy Fernow
SENIOR' "I-love o lifesover Por , , . Ir'lI rnolse you
feel berrerf' ond oll rhe friends I mode Cond losrl. -
SENIOR: Lunch or Jerry's. Meering new people ond
porrying wirh Juniors. Also occounring wirh ihe
Novy, Air Force, ond Morines, ond frying ro Qer
Rich CScholzD ro join rhe Army! Y Porry Boorhmon
Leff: Joy Fernow exercises his senior Spirir ond fociol
muscles. You sold ro molse ir big Joy, so here ir is,
Righrf Porry Doorhnnon ond Shoron Mosier srond
oround rhe gym lobby during rhe Iosr few mo-
menrs of fourrh hour lunch
Eric Ahori Richord Alexonder Errol Alien Glorio Anoyo
Roy Anzor Reyno Aviiio
nnie Bonoszols Scori Bonlss
Billy Delford Denise Dell
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Alyce Bigmon Kim Bishop
Nicole Ayerzo Srocey Boker
Todd Dorlser Donold Dorron
Kim Benson Roy Denrley
Shirley Bondi Poriy Boorhmon
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When we firsr came ro Agua Fria Union High School, our adrenalin was
flowing and our nerves rwirchecl. None of Us knew whar rhese "best years
Cnrir Bradford of our Iives" held in srore, buf we did Isnaw rhey would be evenrful. worms Qfodle
We had an 8-O Frosh foorball rearn, a 15-1 frosh baslserball rearn, and we
builr rhe besr floor rhe school had ever seen
Seniors wair impanenrly for rheir lasr openingday assembly ro end,
Susan Durler Carrie Burremiller Poli Cachln Clinr Campbell
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Geno Chisolm Liao Morie Chong Korhleen Chubinslsy Alon Church
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Angelo Crowforcl Kevin Crowley Eivo Cruz Monuel Cruz
USO DOFCOHQEIO Julie Dorden Lee Deorhomer Michelle Delong
Gino Doubleday Veronico Duncon Scor Edgiey Perer Eichorn
Down Elbert Erik Ellis Jodi Emmett Dovid Epplin Jewel Escobor
Jonie Estrodo Roberto Fellows Joy Fernow Kelli Finney Scott Fitch
We gove the pep ossemblies oll we could,
ond in our Senior ye-or, we even won the closs
competition with 267 students compored ro
the freshman closs with 400 + students. lt tools
ci lot but we did it.
As the lost months brought us closer to
grociuotion, they also brought us closer to eoch
other. We storted counting . . .
Rfghrf Steve Boker A the woy we will olwoys
Borromf Erik Ellis - "Hey Erik!"
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Mellsso Herrick Todd Herrlcl-2 Terry Hilry Fermin Hinqoso Milse Hlrrh
Jim Hood Michelle "Mickey" Horr Corine Huclsaby Lisa Humphreys lsalsi Hunr
Top: Todd Barker erjoys a Sarurday nighr our wirh
Righff Dernie Shacls hangs around during break,
The days unril we wallx "rhe line", The line
we'd all been waiiing for V rhe end of "the
best years of our lives". The losr few weeks
will always remain a vivid memory in our
minds as well os hearrs, They were a rime of
sorrow, knowing we may nor see some of
our friends again, and a rime ofjoy because
we had finally achieved whar we were srriv-
ing for: rrue senioriris and rhe end of an era.
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bye, promised ro keep in rouch, and "Give
me a call somerime" could be heard by Jusr
about anyone, The rime or AF seemed ro fly
by so fasr, Deserr parries, going off campus
for lunch, and raising wirhour gerring
in rroubie are now memories, A ones we will
rreasure forever. From the Class of 1080,
Anne Hurchinson Sofa Jinzo
Carl Johnson Kirsten Johnson
Lynn Jones Helena Jonsson
Dig Jgrgenggn jgclqg Kennedy Chorleg Kennon RUSSEII KGSSIGV MOHE' Ysimbfell
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Corri Kirchens Jerry Koslsinen Marnie Lomberr Jeff Lorson Dorlene Lee
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Jrll Moloney Sreven Morlsowski Doro Morrinek Com McCown Kerry McDonieI
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Morrho McKenna Kenr McMillan Corio Medlock Scorr Monrgomery Noreen Moroles
Teresa Moreno Eddie Morton Burt Moulten Cora Moyers John Munoz
Christina Murillo Christine Nairn
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remember mosr abour
Freshman: Steve Bakers
pink hightops. - Kent
Sophomore: Being with
a lot of close friends and
the fun of being a pom. l
was able to meet a lot of
new people. - Tanya Lisa
Sophomore: Being on
rhe floor at homecom-
ing. - Kathleen Loy.
Junior: The Senior Grad
party and the prom, -
Junior: Putting myself
Victoria Nelson 590B Newcomer
Clint Bradford and Gabe Vizzerra look on in disbelief as
Kent McMillan proceeds to win the bubble-blowing conrest
during Homecoming Week.
eighty hours of volleyball hell for
Key Club. - Jon Munoz
Freshman: Square dancing in PE. -
Freshman: Scor Densford moaning
the 7th hour gym class on Sept 28,
Senior: All the things l participated in.
year. - Mona Rivera
Senior: Living like never before - the
life of a SENlOR is a party. - Ronda
Junior: Dropping my flag at the Tol-
leson football game while on flag
corps. - Julie Darden
Senior: Homecoming week and all
the fun N April Stevens
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Joey Pompa John Rayner Ronda Rayner
Magdalena "Mana" Rivera Corrie Robe-rrs Timm Rogers
Carolyn Russo Phillip Sadler Maria Saldana
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"The Midnight Movies are not just an escape from the movies normally
shown, they are also an excuse to stay our Iater," Phil Jorgensen, senior,
Owls flock to the midnights weel-xly for such classics as The Song Remains
The Same, The Rocky Horror Mcrure Show, and the allftime favorite rhe WALL,
in Dolby stereo.
The midnight movies are on escape to a land where people wear costumes
and carry water pistols and buttered roasts
"The lVall"is mainly a movie corolloting with the record. It is about the story
of a young man's lifes His father dies in the war when he is real young, and is .5'i'iii"'i'1Qk3'5ff?Q1Q
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abie and forces him to go insane. He feels that he can '
never breals through the woll which his past has built. '
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partly a cartoon. It is not really appreciated by anyone y
unless they listened to the woll and is familiar with its
story. Nevertheless the people who do enjoy Pinls Floyd
ir is one of the most awesome movies ever written.
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by Monica Viteri
People who can't conform to what
"everyone else is doing", always add
individualism wherever they go. AF defi-
nitely has some non-conformists on its
Although everyone is an individual in
his own way, the ones who have the
guts to dress or thinls differently than their
peers always stand out from the crowd
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pose, is punls. For some it'sjust a phase or
trend, or just something cool to do for a
while, But for others, it's the music, the
opinions and viewpoints, and the idea
that too many things are wrong in this
world, and that other people have to
realize that so that they can be changed.
Doo Wollitz, senior, displays o mohawk
Frank Bocchini, junior, is a regular around
the Phoenix scene,
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tom, are two local punk bands growing in
popularity in Phoenix.
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becouse srudenrs ger
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going off compus for
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os sophomores show Even rhough mosr sophomores ore
nor old enough ro drive they still eryoy rhe Iunchroom
freedom Sourh Campus hos ro offer
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by Korlo Wood
In the holls of the Aguo Frio compus stu-
dents poss by one group, two group,-the
cliques-reolizing thot eoch clique hos indivi-
duols with different interests, ofritudes, ond
Mony students such os Alfredo Zunigo,
senior, like the cliques. "I think they're cool,
they should be thot woy, becouse not ev-
eryone will be the sonne. Some people will
hove different opinions on whot they lilse.
Other students feel differently. Potty
Swope, senior, "Cliques show close mind-
ness ond inobility to communicate with peo-
Sherry Borney, junior, "I thinls it's totolly
stupid for not ossocioting with other peo-
For Right: Jody Bulfer, Yolondo Gonzoles, ond
Shonnon Singleton, juniors.
Below: Melisso Emmette, Korlo Wood, Sherry
Dorney, ond Jennifer Moihoffer, juniors, the
best of friends,
Steven Densford, Dill Wolslsi, ond Rich Schultz,
juniors, wolls to closs,
Above: Juniors ond Seniors show thot every-
one con get olong.
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hord rock rhor some srudenrs oopreciore. "Heavy Mero! is rhe
only music ro lisren ro," explions senior Corrie Kirchens. Mosr
srudenrs ogree rhor ir isn'r rhe sroge shows our rhe rolenr rhese
performers hove. A few
of rhe pooulor groups
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Moiden, ond Merollico.
"The gods you worship ore sreel. Ar
rhe olror of Rock-n-Roll you kneel."
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The Scorpions jom our in conceri Upper Cenrer Rorfs lead
singer Srephen Peorcy shows off his moves. Dorrom Camer-
Poul Sronley of Kiss demonsirores rhor rhey srill ore "rod"
Upper Rzghr. Nikki Sixx, rhe backbone of Morley Crue. Above.
Bruce Dickinson and Dove Murroy do ocrobciics in concert.
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by Monico Viteri
Every yeor, more ond more
foreign students enter the AF
compus, some from Germony,
Switzerland, Denmotls, ond oth-
er ports of Europe. They come
from mony different countries
ond they come forjust os mony
"There ore severol reosons for
my being here. First l'm worlsing
on my future Cjob reloted to
Ameticon business? by improving
my longuoge obilities, ond get-
ting to lsnovv the country ond it's
people. On the other hond I
needed to get owoy from my
old environment ond since I hod
been here before ond I olreody
lsnew the people I decided to go
to PHX ogoin. I thought oll of this
wos o chollenge, But then ogoin,
PHX is the ploce to be- it's got the
ultimote climote ond oction," ex-
ploined Udo Vollse, West Ger-
"I come to the United Stores
becouse they ore very influentiol
here on every doy life in politics
ond foshions in Europe, ond peo-
ple heor obout them on TV ond
the rodio ond in the popers, So I
thought I could experience the
people ond the country by stoy-
ing with o host fomily for one
yeor," commented Briggete
Opol, West Germony.
Whotever the reoson, foreign
students give AF voriety, ond on
oir of. inrernotionolism.
"PHX ls The Ploce
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monyb, Drigette Opol CW. Ger-
monyb, Denis Schellenberger CW.
Germonyb, Jon Mortinez-Schron
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by Krisran Macls
On January 29, America was briefly
brought together in grief due to the tragic
loss of the space shuttle Challenger, and
the seven courageous astronauts that
perished. As the news of the accident
spread, so did the tremendous shock that
accompanied it, and AF students were
not unlike the rest of the country in their
The most common reaction was com-
plete shock. "l couldn't believe it. I
thought that it had to be a teal bigjolxe,"
said John Robinson, senior. Aundre An-
derson, sophomore added, "lt was hard
to think about ir, it was so surprising."
After the initial shock had ser in, many
students began to feel grief. "It was hard
to watch the replays over and over again
and know that there couldn't possibly be
any chance of survival," said senior Kevin
Galloway. Junior .lan M. Schramm felt
"really bad for all of those families."
Although the shuttle disaster has cre-
ated many new questions that need an-
swering, concerning the space program
in general, the students feel that the Unit-
ed States should continue ro work on the
program and that mate civilians should
definitely be sent into space. As junior
Mark Elizondo believes, "lf we discontinue
the space program, especially naw when
we have come so far, then we defeat
the purpose, and those seven people
died in valn."
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lt storts out when the lsids hit lsinder-
gorten. They see other lsids their oge,
compete ond brog ooout eoch othet's
pet frogs, ond finolly become ffriends.
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friends oll throughout their high school
yeors. Yet, os they grow older their inter'
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yo going." Stephen Densford, junior, "l
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help o lot,"
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hove o lot of friends, but when it comes
down to it, your reol friends sroy with
you through everything,"
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Kola: Hunt, senior, ond Stocey Lueclglunior, friends
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AGUA FRIA UNION HIGH SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION Lawrence O, Fergus, Dr Ferene Rosztoczy, Herman F Moses, Ronald Rayner, Ronald Wood
Porter Celebrates 20th Year
Superintendent Porter hugs his 5-year-old grandaughter Domin-
ique during a visit to his son's home in San lose, California
158 X Board Of Education
by Tait Sorensen
"My main goal for Agua Fria is to maintain a strong
faculty and good learning environment so that AF
students are competitive with students from other high
schools," said Superintendent Harald Porter Over the
past 20 years as Superintendent, Porter believes he has
accomplished this goal with the help ot the District staff
"There is no question
whether he has met his
and the Board of Education. Others agree, "There is no
question as to whether he has met his goal," said
Assistant Principal Oh. Fulton.
Porter, who was born in Higden, Arkansas, graduat-
ed from Morenci High School in Morenci, Arizona. After
high school he attended Arizona State University
where he malored in Secondary Education Also at
ASU, Porter played varsity baseball for three years,
After graduation he acquired his Masters in School
Administration and Joined the United States Air Force
White on active duty, Porter was a Special Services
Officer at Keeslet Air Force Base in Mississippi After twa
years of active duty and facing the prospect of can-
stant travel, he joined the Reserve program l-le retired
after 25 years in the Reserve program after advancing
to the ranls of colonel, Upon retirement, Colonel Porter
was awarded the Air Farce Commendation Medal,
ln 1966, after several years of teaching, coaching
and administrative experiences in Phoenix and Tucson
area schools, Porter was selected out of Oo applicants
to become superintendent of AF. Due to "an outstand-
ing Board and staff and very understanding and supe
portive wife," Mr Porter stayed with the district and is
presently celebrating his 20th year as superintendent,
During Mr. Parter's 20-year tenure, currently the
longest in the state, he has had a great impact on AF.
Some of his major accomplishments include the devel'
opment of a career center, o guidance program, com-
puter and science labs, a welltstoclsed library, ad-
vanced courses, weighted grading, and a diploma
with academic endorsement, l-le believes these have
all contributed ro the success of the students and the
faculty at AF. Several indicators of success are higher
SAT and achievement test scares than the state and
national average, a "School of Excellence Award" and
the fact that members of the AF faculty hold leadership
positions an both state and national educational organi
Mr. Porter spends his free time with his family - his
wife June, two sons, Curtis and Darryl, both of whom
graduated from AF, and his dog Bandit. Otherwise he
worlcs on the classic cars he collects. He has acquired
several over the years and thoroughly enjoys them.
Mr, Porter enjoys his job as superintendent. Said Mr.
Don Enz: Principal Clslorthb
of Special Services
Harold Porter: Superintendent
Duane Given: Principal CSauthD
O.K. Fulton: Assistant Principal, Athletic Di
Nan Raine: Personnel Director
Judy Jensen: Guidance Director, Director
Fulton: "He is a superintendent who has thouroughly
learned about his community, actively participated in a
great numbe-r'of community activities, and through this
association he has worked diligently and supplied the
community a quality product, and hos fulfilled the
expectations of the school."
Superintendent Harold Porter relaxes on a trip to the
At their summer home near Pinetop, Mr. Porter poses with his
Administration f 159
Teaeher : The Thunder Roar
Robert Abbot: Trades and lndustry
Joe Almasy: General Shop, Wood Shop, Technical Drawing, Architec-
ture, Asst. Baseball Coach, JV Football Coach
Leslie Anderson: Flag Corps, Hoot N' Dandies, Close Up, Arizona
History and Government, Geography, Asst. Volleyball Coach
John Alle: Biology 1-2, Biology 1-2A, Biology 3-4, Science Club Sponsor,
Sophomore Class Sponsor, Varsity Tennis Coach
Wayne Bateman: Adv, Geometry, Algebra C3-4!Trigonometry, Pre-
Calculus, Chess Club Sponsor, Baseball Coach, Boy's Golf Coach
Joanne Bauer: English 5-oA, English 7-BA, College Composition, Com-
position 1, Senior Class Sponsor
John Beecroft: American History, Free Enterprise Basic, American
Government, JV Football Coach, Asst. Track Coach
Elaine Billingsley: French 1-2, French 3-6, English Language Lab,
French Club Sponsor
Randi Brereton: Algebra 1-2, Adv. Algebra, Pre-Algebra
Earl Btoomhead: Aerospace Education, ROTC
Nancy Carlson: English 5-CJR, English 7-Blk, Girl's Freshman Tennis
Coach, Advance Seminar Sponsor
Louise Chlllog: School Psychologist
David Clark: Photo 1-2, Fundamentals of Art, Arr 8-8, Art Club Sponsor,
Photo Club Sponsor, Cross Country Coach, Asst. Tracls Coach
Joe Cooper: General Shop, Theory of Engines, Body and Fender
Wood 1-2, Junior Class Sponsor
Debby Corcoran: Reading, Math 1-2
Tam Corcoran: Free Enterprise Resource, Arizona History and Govern-
menr, Freshman Football Coach
Kathy Crlll: Special Education, Key Club Sponsor, Wrestlerettes Sponsor
Farrel Cutler: General Business, Beginning Typing, Accounting, Future
Business Leaders of America Club Sponsor
Laurie Davis: English 1-2Pi, English 5-6B, German 1-2, German C3-4,
German 5-6, German Club Sponsor, GirI's Swim Coach
Buddy Delmler: Vocational Agriculture 1-2, Agriculture Mechanics C3-4,
Production Agriculture 5-6, Vocational Agriculture 7-8, FFA Advisor
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Upper Left Coach Tom Wheatley poses in the weight
roam Above Right Mrs Susie Soufley shows aff ner spirit
on Billy Maorc- Days Above Crystal Stevens mes to round
up her class Lower Right, Bob Traut and Don Shilltday
compete in the time watch race
Wayne DesCombes: Applied Math, Regular Geometry, Algebra G'
dll, Algebra C3-4fTtigonometry Advanced, Head Baseball Coach, JV
Basketball Coach, Letter Club Sponsor
Andre Dayon: Audio Visual, Introduction to Computers, Photo Club
Sponsor, Hiking and Archeology Club Sponsor, Publicity
Cyndy Eshoo: Special Skills English, Sectence, Math, Social Studies,
Health, Asst Softball Coach
John Faris: Marching Band of Owls, Concert Band, Concert Chair, Las
Campanas de Agua Fria, Freshmen Band, Fine Arts Department Chair'
man, Freshmen Handbells, Choralaires
Vlckl Garber: World Geography, Basic, Regular, and Advanced
Sandal Gaschler: Modern Office Skills, Beginning Typing, Introduction
Dave Goitio: Special Skills English 12, Science, Varsity Basketball Coach,
Freshman Class Sponsor
Mary Goodwin: Earth Science, Freshman Chemistry and Physics, Varsi-
ty Pam, Varsity Cheer, JV Cheer, Freshmen Class Sponsor
Trinna Grazianl: English SAB, English O AR, Sophomore Class Sponsor,
National Honor Society Sponsor
Bob Grey: Bay's P E , Weight Training, Key Club Sponsor, Bay's Head
Gary Hagerman: Beginning Typing, Recordkeeping, Business Ma- j
chines, Business Law, General Business, Future Business Lead r's
America Sponsor ,
Michele Hawkins: English 5eaB, English 56 , J v r Cl onsor I
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What has been the mast funny unusu
al or embarrassing experience you ve
had while teaching at AF7
Karen Hepnng English
when Mr Fulton found a bottle of Jack
Daniels in my desk and thought I was a hard
Lestle Anderson Social Studies
when at a half time show the flag cor
presented the school wtrh the National Sdwoal
of Excellence flag upside down
Mvke Mahon Dnver s Education f
the rest of the day ,
Joanne Bauer English CJ?
I went to go write something on the board an
instead fell on my can
Dick Schreiber Mathematics
When my Calculus class went carollng to Mrs
Hawkins room a student gave me a ple t
John Ane Science
An administrator caught me doing 0 TV
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Guide crossword puzzle during a faculty meet-
Sonja Hendrick: English 5-oil, Composition 1, College Composition,
English 3-dll, Junior Class Sponsor
Karen Heptlng: English 6-AA, English 7-BR, English 7-BA, College Com-
position, Interact Club Sponsor
Daniel Hernandez: American History, Arizona History and Govern-
ment, Asst. Varsity Football Coach, Wrestling Coach
Dick Hlmebaugh: Junior Class Sponsor, Junior Counselor
Jay Horen: Algebra 1-2, Algebra 3-4, Interact Club Sponsor, Asst,
Bill Jackson: English 1-2B, English 1-2R, Book Club Sponsor
Byron Judge: English 1-2B, Drama 1-8, Drama Club Sponsor, Interna-
tional Thespian Society Sponsor
Scott Kardelz Freshman Chemistry and Physics, Freshman Class Spon-
Gall Kendall: Department Chairperson for Reading, Book Club Spon-
Patsy Koontz: Beginning Typing, Clerical-Secretarial Office Training
Karen Kotallk: Chapter 1 Reading, Advanced Seminar Coordinator
Jlm Landua: General English, English 1-2B, English 2-SR, Public Speak-
ing, Speech Team Sponsor
John Leach: Chemistry 1-2, Chemistry B-4, Physics, Senior Class Spon-
sor, National Honor Society Sponsor
Jeannette Lewis: Beginning Foods, Creative Foods, Child Develop-
ment, Diversified Cooperative Education Sponsor
Bernard Lorenz: Aerospace Education, AFJROTC, Drill Team, Color
Mike Mahon: Drivers Education, Health, Key Club Sponsor, Asst. Base-
ball Coach, Soccer Coach, Volleyball Coach
Art Marquez: Spanish 1-2, Spanish 3-4, Spanish Club Sponsor
Cam Martin: Fundamenrals of Mathematics, Algebra 1-2B, Pre Alge-
bra, Freshmen Class Sponsor
Bill McMillan: Freshmen Chemistry and Physics
Don McPeak: Freshmen Counselor, Freshmen Class Sponsor
Jo Naehrbass: Free Enterprise, American Government, Senior Class
Chris Paullno: English 1-2B, English 1-2R, English 1-2A, Asst. Volleyball
Joe Pfelff: English, Journalism, Publications, Desert Hawi Mckiup
162 X Faculty
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Tracy Pfeiffer: Human Relations, Beginning Foods, Creative Foods,
World Foods, Beginning Clothing
Llnda Phllllps: SSC Resource, SSC English, SSC American History
Debbie Pina: Frosh Physical Education, Intramurals CNorth Campusb,
Lloyd Purcell: Tune-Up, Overhaul, Transmission, Auto Club Sponsor,
Senior Class Sponsor
Deborah Raffln: SSC Vocabulary 6-6, SSL English 3-8, Sophomore Class
Ken Reed: Psychology, World History, American History, History Club
Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor
Tom Reeder: Freshman Chemistry, Chemistry 1-2
Kathy Rusch: Shorthand, Intermediate Typing, Junior Class Sponsor
Alvin Schlreman: Freshman Boys' Physical Education
Debbie Schlenslg: Human Relations, Child Development, Beginning
Foods, Home Furnishing
Richard Schrelber: Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, Senior Class Sponsor
Don Shlllldoy: Sophomore Class Sponsor, Sophomore Counselor, Boys'
Clyde Shulsky: Pte-Algebra, Algebra 1-2, Fundamentals of Moth,
Freshman Class Sponsor
Guy Smlth: Sociology, American History, American Government, ln-
teract Club Sponsor
Mike Smith: American Government, American History, Arizona Histo-
ry and Government, World Geography, Close-up Sponsor, National
Honor Society, Senior Class Sponsor
Elsa Solorzano: Spanish 1-2, 8-4, 5-o, Spanish Club Sponsor
Rlck Spears: Theory Of Engines, Electronics, Welding, Frosh Boys'
Basketball Coach, Girls' Baslxetball Coach
Crystal Stephens: Biology 1-2, Asst, Girls' Basketball Coach, Softball
Coach, Sophomore Class Sponsor
Bob Trout: Senior Counselor, Senior Class Sponsor, Frosh Football Coach
Farrell Turney: General Shop, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1-2, Applied Math,
Junior Class Sponsor
Roger Warner: Arizona History and Government, World History, Atch-
ery Coach, Asst. Wrestling Coach, Hilsing and Archeology Sponsor
Tom Wheatley: Physical Education, Weight Training, Head Football
Coach, Letter Club Sponsor
Howard White: Biology, Asst. Varsity Football Coach, Sophomore
Karen Whitney: Library Science, Library Club Sponsor, Publicity, Senior
Linda Wllklns: General English, English 8-4, English 5-o, Junior Closs Sponsor
Mike Williams: Reg. Algebra 1-2, Geometry, Computer Programming
Cheryl Zldowz Frosh Physical Education, Weight Training, Modern Dance,
Girls Track Coach, Letter Club Sponsor
Dora Aragon: Attendence Clerk
Kay Beectot: Nurse
Lynette Brandon: Special Education Aide
Phyllls Brlnger: Registrar
Margret Brough: Secretary to Special Services
Rose Brown: Secretary to Associate Principal
Shirley Campbell: Secretory to Personnel
Connie Cooley: Special Education Aide
Jim Dawson: Business Manager
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"She's methodical," said Doug Condie, senior, who has
been a student of hers as a junior and senior. He added
that she is one of the few teachers he knows who'll give an
"F" for a quarter grade if just one assignment is not com-
Pete Eichorn, senior, noted that she likes to talk about her
children, including what they eat for breakfast and minor
accidents in which they are involved. He said, "Shes car-
ing," and added that she is probably a good mother. He
also described her as "really organized" when giving lec-
"She seems to know her government really well too,"
.lay Fernow, senior, concluded.
At 35 years old, she is tall, willowy, and has a slender
figure. She glides across the classroom, which is decorated
with symmetrically arranged posters offering witty sayings
and profound quotations. As she approaches her podium,
she folds her hands and clears her throat. She
tosses her brown, shoulder-length hair, fixing her
piercing blue eyes on the class. lt's time for
another lecture in the life of social studies teacher
Paperwork is one aspect of teaching Mrs.
Naehrbass would rather do without, but she
loves the enviroment and student activity. "lt
keeps me young," she said with a grin. "I
wouldn't want to work in administration," she
continued. 'll enjoy the curriculum."
As far as her personal and professional goals
are concerned, she confesses that, at the mo'
ment, raising her four childern, ages two, four,
six, and seven, is a priority. Careerfwise, Mrs.
Naehrbass tries to keep her classes interesting
and demanding." She would like to see students
treated more like adults, given more responsibile
ities "more like the real world."
When Mrs. Naehrbass is not busy, her children
and her two and one-half-acre mini-farm, on
which she and her husband built their own
home, occupy much of her time. She also enjoys
sewing, traveling around Arizona, hiking, and
camping, "not in a Winnebago."
There is no doubt Mrs. Naehrbass has been
described by many people in many ways, and
each student seems to have a distinct image of
her. However, second-hand impressions can be
misleading. After all, who would have thought
. . . "a farm?"
Mrs. Naehrbass has been teaching ar AF for 14
years, since 1971, when she was hired straight
from college. She graduated from AF in 1968,
obtained a bachelor's degree at NAU and a
master's degree from ASU, and then "was very
lucky" to be hired by AF.
Regarding her occupation, she describes her-
self as "extremely organized" and "consistent"
This characteristic, she explained, is probably
why Harold Porter, superintendent, asked her to
organize the Academic Decathlon at AF. "l'm
excited about it," she admitted, "though we're
just now learning about it." Mrs. Naehrbass
teaches American government and virtually all
free enterprise classes, due to her background,
including a minor in business.
Teaching seniors is an advantage, she be-
lieves, because seniors try harder in order to
graduate since the courses are required. "They
are more mature . . . I don't have to be baby-
sitter," she added. She clashes, though, with
"students who can take but not give, or meet
Mrs. Naehrbass relaxing in her classroom.
Yvonne Espll: Daoksrore Clerk
Marnie Force: Secretary ro Superinrendenr
Shorty Gay: Norrh Campus Arrenclance
Shlrley Hammltt: Library Clerk
Pot Henderson: Library Clerk
Joyce Hogan: Audio'Visual Aide
Shirley Johnson: Telephone lleceprionisr
Carlene Kennedy: Dooksrore Manager
Helen Knapp: Career Cenrer
Loulse McBride: Reading Cenrer Aide
Chrlstlno Mendez: Sourh Campus Arrendance
Lucy Mlller: Library Clerk
James O'Brlen: Teacher Aide
Carol Roy: Choprer I Reading Aide
Cynthia Regalado: Teacher Aide
Carole Rohla: Guidance Clerk
Anthony Sanrurro: Teacher Aide
Susie Saufley: Secrerary ro Principal
Sandra Scheldt: Secretary ro Guidance Office
Mary Solano: Business Office Clerk
Pot Stevenson: Sourh Campus Nurse
Sharon Wood: Booksrore Clerk
Jean Zell: North Campus Secrerary ra Principal
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SOUTH CAMPUS MAINTENANCE? John Moson, Wdymon Ascocls, Tony Lizordo,
Lorry Kemper, Lowell Gulicls, Don Roderick, director of moinrence, Roger
Afldefsofil NOR IH CAMPUS MAINENCE- Albert Lszordo, Ruben Gorcio, Lou Hodge, More
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NORTH CAMPUS CAFETERIA: Rosie Fisher, lmo
Love, Elsie Summers.
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SOUTH CAMPUS CAFE7ERIA: Top, Louise Fullingron, Tobe Lindsey, Por Koseclsi. Dorrom, Bessie Lopez, Melvo
Frazier, Rosemary Kusecki, Porry Solano.
My Favorite Teacher ls
"I don't have a favorite teacher
because they re just doing their
job and I dont like bus drivers
either easier to learn
Udo Volke SENIOR
My favorite teacher is Mrs I-law
ktns because l can sit in her class
and not fall asleep she is the nnost
exciting teacher Ive ever had
Tonla Dixon Junior
fort into English
Mr Reed is real easy to get
along with and hes a fun
Sean Newcomer SENIOR
Home Economics Graduate
To T V Star To
"My favorite teachers are Mr.
Reed and Mr. Mahon because
they relate to the students and it s
Kris Andrews Junior
Mrs Bauer because shes the
first teacher that puts a lot of ef
John Pritchard Junior
None particularly because some
need to put themselves in our
chairs and see how boring some
of their classes are
Wendy Moldovan Junior
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From there Mrs Rounds went into interior decorating for a number of
years She then taught home economics and then moved to Arizona
where she now is a substitute teacher at AF
Considering her height of 411 and M inches many students wouldn r
think she could goin the respect of a teacher I ve been small all my life
she said with a smile but luckily I always had a loud voice l guess all my
height went to brains she added laughtngly
So the next time you see her walking down the halls or substituting for
one of your teachers remember there s more to this lady than meets
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by David Glorit
You may have had her in any one of your classes. You may have
towered over her as you passed her walking down the hall. Perhaps you
have entered your class expecting to see your teacher, and instead saw
a short, slightly plump, gray-haired woman sitting at the desk and reading
a book behind her large glasses.
This lady, it you haven't guessed by now, is Katie Rounds, and she's
been'a substitute teacher at AF for 12 years.
Erin Scott, junior remarked, "I think she's really cute. When she substi-
tutes, she doesn't yell at you . . . She's cool and she laughs with you."
Mrs. Rounds has substituted for virtually every class at AF. However,
there's more to this lady than meets the eye.
Mrs. Rounds graduated from Iowa State University, majoring in home
economics, a in home economics, and minoring in art, .speech and
drama. After Graduating she went to work decorating store windows.
Soon after, until the time she got married, she had her own cooking show
on television in order to promote beef for the "Cow Dells," then the
female counterpart of the "Catrlemen." Asked why she left the show,
Rounds chuckled, "You don't look the some on TV when you're preg-
Joyce Henderson assistant librarian. Upper left- Sophomore counselor Don Shiliday coordt
' nares the afternoon activities.
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shows and Timm Rogers and Jill
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Wolllck and Kevln
When ll comes ro gerrnng looks from
others rhese rwo sure ger rheir share
Turning heads are Kelly Chandler ond
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Kerry McDonnel ond Jody Plerce molse thetr presence
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Abella, Sheffield 66, 99, 128
Abraham, Timothy 66, 72, 73, 128
Abraham, Thomas 66, 93. 128
Acuna, Mike 136
Adams, David Scott 72, 73. 128
Adame. Jesse 99, 146
Adikes, Daniel 128
Adney, Colleen 30. 136
Adrian, Jessie 146
Aguayo, Jesus 86, 99, 146
Aguayo, Martha 128
Aguilar, Lisa leo
Ahart, Eric 83, 114
Ahart. Shaugne 36, 54, 80, 146
Albelda, Craig 93, 125
Albelda, Burke 31, 93, 128
Albelda. Marah 146
Albelda. Tania 69. 75. 84. 146
Albin, Christopher 136
Alcaide. Mercedes 136
Alexander, Richard 114
Allman, Adela 69, 136
Alkire, Sharon 21. 66, 69, 87, 93, 128
Allen, ErroI106. 114
Allison, Barbra 82, 88. 146
Almasy. Joe 160
Altamirano, Sandra 146
Alvarez, Alfonso 36. 54, 146
Alverez. Lori 136
Amator, Andrea 44, 45. 88, 91. 128, 200
Anaya, Gloria 83. 114
Anaya. Maria 128
Anderson, Aundre 10, 37, 81, 96, 136. 152
Anderson, Bradley 65, 73
Anderson, Darren 72, 73, 136
Anderson, Leslie 72, 73, 74. 160, 161
Anderson, Richard 136
Anderson, Robert 136
Anderson, Roger 166
Anderson, Shawn 136
Anderson. Tyrone 37, 136
Andrews, Kristin 45, 64, 102, 128
Anzar. Ray 114
Anzar, Virginia 128
Aragon, Dora 164
Arellano. Paula 73, 96, 128
Arivizu, Isabel 84
Arle, John 160. 161
Armenta, Andrea 146
Arnold, Kathy 69, 75. 80, 89, 93, 136
Arnold, Kenneth 136
Arnold, Shannon 16, 11, 128
Arrendondo, Carlos 128
Arriola. Fernando 55, 128
Arthur. Deborah 128
Aruizu, Isabel 128
Ascock, Wayman 166
Astorga, Dina 65. 84. 136
Astorga, Edna 72, 73, 136
Avena, Jesse 26, 55, 136
Avila, Gustano Jr, 146
Avila, Sonia 128
Avitia, Rene 129
Avita, Reyna 114
Avitia, Roberto 146
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Ayres, Jonathan 137
Ayres, Rebecca 146
Babb, David 58, 137
Baca, Pricilla 146
Bachman, Shaunn 88, 137
Badlock, Lisa 72, 73
Baggett, Kimberly 146
Baird, Veronica 86, 146
Baker, Stacey 24, 28, 29, 69, 114, 200
Baker. Stephen, 20, 69, 112, 114, 121, 152
Bolderaz, Barney 98, 99, 137
Balderaz. Tony 99, 146
Bales, Joann 146
Ballegos. Jim 36
Ballesteras, Adrian 37, 147
Ballesteros. Hector 129
Banaszak, Annie 21, 99, 114
Banaszak, Nick 137
Banks, Scott 94, 114
Banuelos, Evangellina 147
Banuelos, Manuela 137
Barba, Andrew 99, 101, 137
Barber, Kerri 69, 84, 93, 137
Barber, Kirsten 69, 75, 84, 93, 137
Barker, Todd 2, 3, 21, 69, 85, 87, 114
Barnes, Gary 40, 54, 147
Barney, Dana 77. 137
Barney, Sherry 11, 17, 52, 92. 129. 140, 157
Barr, Sam 89
Barron, Jesus 84. 95. 137
Barry, Corrina 129
Barry, Joanna 137
Barfell, Rene 129
Barton. Donald 114
Barton, Gene 32, 58, 88, 129
Bateman. Wayne 50, 160
Bauer, Joanne 160, 161
Baum, John 147
Baum, Sandra 129
Bayles. Jeftery 137
Bayles, Stephanie 83, 188
Bebee, Florence 29, 147
Bebee, Mark 137
Beck. Tige 25, 36, 126, 137
Becker. Adam 147
Becker, Michelle 129
Becker, Wendell 129
Bedard, Frank 88, 129
Beech, Billy 137
Beecraft, John 36, 160
Beecroft. J, Ted 40, 41, 87, 147
Beecroft, Kay 164
Belford, Billy 32, 65, 114
Belford, Danny 37. 137
Belfora, Patricia 147
Bell. Denise 70, 72, 73, 74. 114
Bell, James 21, 69, 125, 149
Bell, Michael 73, 100, 137
Beltran, Blanca 137
Benavldez, Frank 88, 147
Benson, Kimberly 114
Benson, William 137
Bentancourt, Roland 147
Bently, Ray 99, 100
Benton, Patrick 129, 137
Berger, Kathleen 41. 147
Berman. Katherine 137
Bernhard, Susan 99, 147
Bernhard, Tracy 99, 129
Berumen, Stephanie 84, 147
Betancourt. Roland 147
Betzhoid, David 18, 24, 50, 66, 69. 114. 189.
Betzhold. Steve 50, 64, 69, 95, 129
Beyle, Carolyne 71. 80, 147
Beyle, Tina 6, 71. 80, 81, 129, 198, 199
Bigman. Alyce 83. 114
Billingsly, Annette 69. 75, 84, 86, 137
Billingsly, Elaine 86. 160
Bishop, Kim 114
Blumer, Richard 90, 147
Blythe, David 99, 147
Blythe, Laura 137
Bocchini, Frank 20. 129. 135, 149
Boe, Jason 18, 28, 29, 127, 137, 197
Boe. JD, 29, 54, 147
Bogan, Richard 129
Boling, Tracy 82
Bolt, Anita 88, 99, 147
Bait, Bobbie Jo 99. 100, 137
Bolding, Tracy 125
Bolthrop, Jenny 69
Boone, John M. 96, 137
Boone, Phillip 36. 147
Baath, Kimberly 77, 137
Boothman. Patricia 66. 112, 114, 198, 199.
Borgman, Devon 129
Borum, Misty 86. 129
Bostic, Derrick 55, 84, 137
Boutwell, Phillip 88, 137
Boyd, Dana 137 '
Boyd, Evan 1, 2, 3, 108, 114, 189. 196
Brabec. Michel 147
Bracken. Crystal 99, 100, 147
Bradford, Britany 147
Bradford, Clint 115, 32
Bradley, Thomas 33. 99, 115
Brainard, Aimee 44. 67, 69, 80, 84, 147
Bravo, Angela 137
Bravo, Gloria 83. 125
Bravo, Jesus 146, 147
Brandon, Lynette 164
Brenncke, Michelle 19. 70. 86, 129
Brereton, Randi 160
Brewer, Darby 37, 99, 137
Brewer, Trevor 99, 147
Bringer, Phyllis 164
Brinkerhoff. Diana 29, 137
Brittain, Shawn 31, 58, 129
Brock, Theresa 147
Brockey. Alicia 45, 67, 69, 84. 147
Rockey, Rachel 3, 18, 25, 65, 67, 69, 70. 93.
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Brooks, Angelo 95, 115
Brooks, Martha 137
Broomhead, Earl 98, 99, 100
Brough, Margaret 164
Brown, Angela 99, 100. 137
Brown, Kenneth 37. 54. 147
Brown, Kristina 38. 39, 66, 68, 69. 70. 75, 87.
Brown, Pascal 66, 86, 99, 100, 129
Brown. Rose 164
Brown, Spencer 89. 147
Bryan, Enrique 147
Bryant, Alma 75, 147
Buftintan, Jason 137
Bulfer, Jody 140
Burger, Thomas 60, 129
Burkett, Matthew 137
Burnley. James 147
Burrell, John 37, 137
Bushong, Tom 197
Bussa, James 137
Sonia 84, 147
BUTIST, KOl'6l'1 115
Butler, Stephen 31. 129
Butler, Susan 69. 115
Buttemiller, John 1, 11. 28, 29, 69, 84, 137
Buttemiller, Caroline 66. 69, 92. 93. 115, 188
Byassee. Joseph 137
Byrum, Jennifer 147
Fulbright. James 130
Byrum, Thomas 99. 108, 137
Cabral. Tony 72, 73, 84. 129
Cochin. Imelda 65, 72. 73, 91, 129
Cachln, Poll 65. 115
Callands. Gerald 55. 96. 137
Camacho, John 147
Camacho. Scott 64. 129
Cameron. James 88
Campbell, Bobby 54. 147
Campbell. Clinton 94. 115
Campbell, Shirley 164
Canfield. Mike 147
Cardenos. Adriana 147
Cardenos. Lucy 64, 77. 129
Carlson, Nancy 41. 90. 160
Carr. Vicki 137
Carroll. Kimberly 88, 147
Carroll. SKarl 147
Carroll, Tanya 92. 129
Carroll, Todd 147
Carson. Neald 147
Carson. Reed 88. 89, 147
Carter. Curt 129
Carter, Susan 137
Carver. John 147
Castaneda. Ben 36. 54. 147
Castaneda, Francisco 147
Casteneda. Raul 60. 115
Castenada. Steve 37. 60. 137
Castelaw. Cathryn 115
Castillo. Armando Jr. 138
Castillo. Patrlcla 83, 125
Castro. Mike 138
Celestlno, Alberto 138
Chalkeenee. Kongpaeng 129
Champion, Susan 147
Chander. Jay 86, 148
Chandler. Kelly 17, 38. 39. 73. 78. 104. 115.
Chapa, Robert 148
Chappell, Joanna 148
Chatfleld, Christi 14, 22. 23. 69, 75, BO, 92. 93.
Chaltleld, Tlrl 23. 66. 72, 73, 75. 80, 129
Chavarln, Juana 138
Chavez, Michael 99. 100. 148
Chavarln, Margarita 138
Chavez. Davld 89. 129
Chawla. Dlmpy 14, 66, 69. 70. BO. 86. 93, 115.
Chenard. Janina 138
Chllcoal, Robert 116
Chlllog, Loulse 160
Chlsalm. Geno 32. 34. 65. 116
Chong, Llsa Marie 116
Chublnky, William 148
Chumblnsky, Kathleen 116
Church. Alan 58. 59. 93, 116
Cisco. Robert 129
Cisco. Shannon 83, 116
Cisneros. Cecilia 148
Cisneros. Marla 125
Clark. Davld 30. 31. 92, 160
Clark. Jason 129, 200
Clarke. Tim 40. 56. 87. 117, 138. 157. 12. 73.
Clay. DOnna 138
Clayton, Sarah 69, 73, 74, 93, 116
Clem. Front 99. 138
Cluff. Elizabeth 77. 138
Cluff. Thomas 32. 50, 129
Cody. Llsa 84
Coe. Don 99, 138
Coffman, Christine 69. 77, 93. 138
Cohene, Benlamen 63. 70. 103, 116
Cole. Linda 83. 116
Colvin. Jimmy 94
Colvin, Tlna 138
Condy. Douglas 85. 125
Condy, Suzanne 66, 70, 85, 91. 125
Conklin. Eric 37. 138
Conklin. Thomas 148
Conner. Barry 88
Conrad. Cinnamon 66. 69. 84. 129
Cons. Kalen 69, 76. 84. 148
Contreras, Samantha 148
Cook, Davld 90. 99. 148
Cook. Sherlynn 67. 69. 71. 81. 84, 129
Cook. Wendy 148
Cooley. Connie 164
Coons, Deborah 69. 76. 80, 148
Cooper. Deborah 71. 138
Cooper, Marla 29, 148
Cooper. Joe 160
Cooper. Shannon 148
Copeland, Joen 138
Copeland, Tammy 116
Corcoran. Debby 90
Corcoran. Tom 160
Cordero. Angel 148
Cordova. Martin 32
Cortrnan. Sarah 138
Corlew. Renee 148
Cote. Llsa 45, 80, 69. 148
Cote. Scott 42. 73, 129
Cox. Lee 116
Craven Jettery 148
Crawford, Angela 116
Crawley. Kevin 2, 59, 69, 87, 116
Crawley, Sean 36, 59. 69. 87. 90. 148
Cruff. Bobbi 138
Cruley. Barbara 72, 73. 138
Dina 129. 138
Elva 46, 65. 67, 104. 116
Manuel 32. 34. 56. 116
Sal 36. 148
Cruze, Deanna 138
Culbreth, Sonny 42. 43
Cumbie. Stacy 146
Cunningham. Eddie 138
Cunningham, Scott 148
Cunningham, Tim 88. 148
Cuskaden, R. Brian 138
Cutler, Farrel 82. 160
Cutsinger, Nataly 89, 129
Cutslnger. Stephany 129
Daggert, Todd 84. 138
Dagget. Alan 129
Kristen 84, 93. 129
Dagget. Sabena 129
Dale. Crystal 56, 66, 69. 130
Darbyshire. Jon 116
Darcangela, Jennifer 148
Darcangelo, Lisa 116
Darden. Julie 73. 74. 80, 116. 200
Davis. Daphne 92, 138
Davis. Jennifer 148
Davis, Joseph 138
Davis, Laurie 45. 87. 160
Davis. Leann 148
Davis. Terrance 138
Dawson. Jim 164
Day, Randall 36
Dearhamer, B. Lee 94, 116
Decort. Vvonne 3, 69. 73. 78. 93, 138. 152
Deemer. Cheryl 148
Dees. Dole 138
Dellaan, Jeromy 138
Delmler. Buddy 88. 160
Dealney. Polly 45. 69. 84, 148
DeLaRosa. Frank 73, 125
DeLaPaZ. Leroy 99, 148
Deleon. Angel 138
Delliskave. John 148
DeLong. Michelle 116, 189
DeLong, Sandra 138
DeLosSantos. Alicia 99. 148
DeLosSantos. Stanley 148
Dempsey, Craig 90. 99
Dempsey. Karen 130
Dempsey. Steven 87, 148
Demuth. Steve 88, 148
Dennlnger. Michael 99. 130
Dennis. Jesse John 138
Densford, Laura 41, 57. 69, 80. 148
Densford, Scott 116, 121. 125
Densford, Stephen 130. 140, 157, 198, 199
Densford, Vicki 38, 39. 56
DesCombs, Wayne 26. 55
Desmond. Mike 116
Dew, Danny 55. 138
Dewey. Deborah 138
Dewey, John 94, 130
Dewey. Kim 138
Diaz, Jonathan 148
Diaz, Josie 148
Diaz, Laura 148
Diaz, Lorenzo 130
Dlaz, Marla 148
Dixon. James 37, 58. 138
Dixon, Tania 130
Dobbs, Sheila fSuslej 82, 84. 148
Daminquez. Margelln 148
Donahue. Brad 32. 34. 58. 130
Dooley. Andrew 59. 138
Doubleday. Gina 75, 85. 93, 116
Downing, Brenda 148
Doyon. Andre 161
Doyuna, Kim 28
Drasher, Helen 130
Dringman, Craig 69. 80. 87, 99, 200. 130
Duncan, Deanna 69. 77, 138
Duncan, Candy 55. 138
Duncan. Veronica 116
Duniec. Denise 99. 100, 138
Durst, Willie 130
Duyong, Kim 29
Early. Cynthia 69. 76, 138
Eckert. Melinda 80, 148
Eckert, Yolonda 69, 130
Eckert, Vvonne 129
Edes. Adam 22. 23, 81. 96. 125
Edgley. Scot 116
Edwards. Leann 84. 130
Edwards. Tlna 72, 73, 130
Egea. Juan 99. 148
Eichorn, Pete 58. 59. 116, 189
Elsenhuth. Ray 130
Elbert. Dawn 73. 74. 75. 98. 99, 100. 117
Ellis. Erik 2. 58. 66. 69. 117
Ellis, Lori Ann 138
Ellis. Lynn 148
Ellzondo. Marcos 32, 130, 152
Elms. Eva 130
Emmett. Jodi 117
Emmette. Melissa 18. 126, 130. 140
Enriquez. Denise 13
Martin 94, 125
Monica 84, 148
Sam 84, 148
Sean 13. 28. 148
Ensign. Paulette 82, 149
Enz. Don 159
Epplin, David 31, 66, 72, 73, 117
Escobar. Jewell 117
Eshoo. Cindy 57
Espil, Melanie 29. 67. 69. 75. 76, 84, 149
Espil. Yvonne 165
Espinoza. Monica 138
Espinoza. Reggie 72, 73, 130
Espinoza. Rene 86. 149
Esquivel, Lupe 149
Estarga, Dina 13. 56
Estrada. David 60, 149
Estrada. Debbie 149
Estrada. Elias 138
Estrada. Enrique 125
Estrada. Janie 117
Evans. Cissy 149
Evans, Muriel 99
Evens. Daniel 138
Eversoll. Valerie 72. 73. 138
Farris. Jett 89, 94. 130
Farris. John 73. 73, 75. 161
Farris. Robert qBobj 149
Faughn. Darin 130
Faughn. Karin 139
Faulkner, Holly 139
Favela. Augustine 36.
Felix. Cynthia 62, 130
Felix, Eliseo 149
Fellows. Davld 130
Fellows, Roberta 64. 69 93 95 113 117
Fergus, Lawrence 158
Fernow. Jay 19. 58. 65, 66. 67, 69, 70. 79. 93
Finney. Kelli 69. 88, 93 95 117
Flschrup. Debbie 139
Fisher. Rosie 166
Fitch, Scott 66. 69. 72
Flam. Michael 139
Fletcher, Jerry 94, 130
Folk. Brian 99, 149
Folks. Clevland 125
Folks. Lashella 83, 117
Folks. Nicole 130
Folks. Sylvia 149
Folks. Terell 117
Force. Marnie 165
Ford. Ramona 139
Ford. Sherry 139
Forsythe. Sean 37. 60. 139
Frank, Vicki 91, 130
Franklin, Olivia 130
Freemyer, Wilma 71, 98. 99, 130
French, David 70, 84. 95. 130
French. Michelle 86. 149
French, Shaun 130
Friedrich, Toby 87. 130. 145. 152. 157
Fryman, Melissa 22. 67, 72, 73, 74, 80. 93, 95.
Fullington. Loulse 166
Fulton, O.K, 26, 159
Frazier. Melva 166
Funke, Stephanie 19. 66. 67, 69, 87, 130
Gage, Linda 56, 67. 75. 139
Gaither. Casey 75. 139
Gale. Nick 32. 33. 80. 117
Galindo, Chris 149
Galindo, Marina 83, 125
Galindo, Nancy 130
Gallnda, Patty 149
Galindo. Rebecca 117
Gallegos, Jimmy 54. 149
Gallegos, Raymond 130
Galloway. Kevin 32. 65. 79. 97, 100. 117. 152.
Galvan, Junior 130
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Garber, Kristi 57, 84, 99, 149
Garber, Vicki 161
Garcia, Anna 89, 150
Garcia. Christopher 139
Garcia, Eva 150
Garcia, Manuel 130
Garcia, Rachel 77, 130
Garcia, Richard 25, 37, 139
Garcia, Robert 59, 150
Garcia, Ruben 166
Garcia, Robert 166
Garcia. Shannon 150
Garcia, Sonia 96
Garcia, Sylvia 75, 82, 86, 130, 139
Gardner, Bret 150
Gardner, Elke 118
Gardner, Larry 36, 54, 99, 150
Gardner, Phillip 99. 150
Garner, Christine 139
Garrels, Shannon 69, 73. 78, 130
Garrett, Paul 139
Garza, Angela 130
Gashler, Sandal 82
Gathercole, Terry 32, 65, 94, 111.
Gay. Shorty 165
Gayle, Nick 89
Gazda. Scott 139
Geist, Kellie 125
Gendron, Corinne 130
Germana. Keith 34, 65, 92. 118, 189
Germana. Kelly 118
Germana. Kris 37, 139
Gibbs, Odessa 130
Glgllottl, Jessica 89, 150
Giles, David 99, 150
Gllman, Anthony 150
Gilmore, SHeila 139
Given, Duane 159
Gladhart, Diane 69, 75, 87, 93. 139
Glorit, David 66, 70, 72. 73, 118
Goltia, Dave 50
Gonzales. Albertlna 65, 118
Gonzales, Albert 50. 99. 130
Gonzales, Berta 46
Gonzales, Dalilah 150
Gonzales, Eric 139
Gonzales, Emrlc 58, 59, 130
Gonzales. Leticia 84, 131
Gonzales, Margret 118
Gonzales, Oswaldo 125
Gonzales, Sophia 139
Gonzales, Tony 139
Gonzales, Vince 139 ,
Gonzales, Yolanda 19, 73, 78, 131,
Gonzalez, Laura 150
Gonzalez, Lawrence 150
Gonzalez, Mabel 150
Gonzalez, Martin 36, 73. 84, 150
Gonzalez, Santiago Ulmmyj 158
Goodson, Helen 131 -
Gomez, Danny 139
Goodrich, Julie 139
Goodwin. Mary 73, 161
Gotcher, Laura 118
Graham. John 54, 150
Graham. Kelly 150
Graham, Kenneth 67, 69. 93. 95, 118, 152.
Graham, Kevin 99, 150
Grainger, Beth 131
Grant, Mark 118
Gray. Ricky 99, 150
Grazlanl, Trina 161
Green. Brooke 45, 139
Greer, Lisa 75, 150
Green, Rodney 32. 34. 50. 65, 111. 118, 189,
Grenger, Mike 88, 139
Grey. Bob 161
Griffith. Kim 150
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Guerrero, Adelina 82, 150
Gulick, Lowell 166
Guess, Chris 59, 64, 139
Gutierrez, Andy 28, 50, 131
Gutierrez, Martina 131
Guzman, Rene 88. 150
Haessley, Chris 87, 99, 150
Hafner, Fred 87
Hagerman, Gary 161
Hall, Angelia 72, 73, 83, 118
Hail, Patrick 37, 55, 139
Hallam, Bell 25. 125
Hallam, Sherry 139
Hamilton, David 125
Hamilton, Sherry 131
Hammltt, Shirley 165
Hammond, Greggory 32. 75, 131
Hanford, Daniel 131
Hans, Graig 58, 131
Hansen. David '
Hansen, Susan 25, 125
Hansen, Wally 139
Harber, Kristi 88
Hardesty, Bebra 84, 139
Hardin, Lori 139
Hardison, Chip 20. 69, 94, 131, 196
Harms, David 36, 90, 150
Harnish, Patrick 150
Harris, Brigette 150
Harris, Derek 67, 80, 118
Harris, Norman 10, 20, 42, 69, 131
Harwood, Joseph 139
Harwood, Robin 1, 72, 73, 83, 118
Hawkins, Kevin 139
Hawkins, Michele 161
Hawthorne, Michael 32, 67. 96, 111, 131, 197
Haydon, Christine 99, 100, 150
Hegedus, Jill 6, 17, 65. 66, 69, 79, 93, 118
Heger, Fred 150
Heiner, Bob 69, 150
Helner, Kent 28, 69, 79, 97, 113, 118
Heftington, Edie 139
Heuonc, Eric 108, 131, 149 -'
Henderson, Pat 165
Hendrick, Karen 41, 69, 75, 84, 150
Hendrick, Sonja 162
Henrickson, Robert 118
Hensley. Vanya 150
Hepring, Karen 161, 162
Hernandez, Ben 99, 100, 118
Hernandez, Carina 131
Hernandez. Daniel 32, 162
Hernandez, Katie 150
Hernandez, Felicitas 139
Hernandez, Mary 84, 150
Hernandez, Nick 60, 139
Hernandez, Roy 150
Hernandez, Sergito 139
Hernandez, Victoria 118
Herrera, Armonda 118
Herrera, Sal 36, 150
Hetrick, Melissa 118
Hettick, Todd 118
Hilbert, Sonya 41. 57, 90, 150
Hilbert, Tanya 41, 57, 90, 150
Hill, Deborah 150
Hillison, Andy 84, 139
Hilty, Terry 83, 118
Hlmebaugh. Dick 162
lHinojosa, Estevan 84, 139
Hinojosa, Fermin 118
Hirth, Mike 2, 19, 20, 58, 66, 69. 87, 118
Hirth, Suzy 38, 67, 69, 76, 93, 139
Hodge, Lou 166
Hof, David 150
Hogan, Joyce 165
Holcomb, Lincoln 32, 35. 55, 139
Holdcroft, Cheri 7, 77, 139
Holdcroft, Cindy 25, 139
Hott, Julie 69, 75, 93, 139
Holtrup, Jennifer 80. 99, 150
Hood, James 10, 32, 34, 60. 65, 119
Hopson, Leonnard 71, 131
Horen, Jay 59, 162
Horine, Creed 125
Horine, Dee Anna 100, 139
Horine, John 87, 99. 150
Horner, Michelle 131
Hott, Michelle 46, 47, 65, 111, 119
House, Erika 150
Howell, Steven 36, 59, 150
Howlett, Richard 139
Huckaby, Corine 83, 119
Hudson, Holly 140
Hugher, Christopher 58
Hughes, Christopher 131, 140
Hughes, Mark 99, 150
Hughes, Vanessa 75
Humphrey, Colette 27, 69, 93, 140
Humphreys, Joaquin 37, 88, 140
Humphreys, Lisa 87. 95. 119. 189
Hunt, Kakl 21, 119, 149, 157
Hunter, Ronald 36, 88, 99, 151
Hutchinson, Anne 119, 189
Hutchison, Don 151
Hutchinson, Jerry 88
Hutchinson, Shirley Denise
Hutchinson, Tammy 131, 140
Huych, Greg 70, 140
leppert, Avian 151
lhnat, Heidi 69, 99, 151
Irvin. Clifford 140
lsaac, Dwawn 125
Issac, Warren 131
Jackson. Bill 162
Jackson, Lynn 69, 84, 151
Jackson, Trena 151
Jaramillo, Sandy 140
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Jarosi, Robert 140
Jaurique, Anthoney 36, 151
Christina 98, 99, 100, 131
Jennings, John 99, 151
Jensen, Judy 159
Jimeney, Rose 131
Jinzo, Sara 83, 119
Joe, Marwin 31, 88, 131
Johnson, Carl 119
Johnson. Elizabeth 151
Johnson, Glen 140
Johnson, Kirk 151
Johnson, Kirsten 69. 75, 93. 110, 119, 189
Johnson, LeRoy 37, 140
Johnson, Regina 56, 57, 151
Johnson, Richard 125
Johnson, Shirley 165
Johnston. Kelli 127, 131, 157
Johnston, Lance 131
Jones, Lynn 83. 119
Jones, Michael 131
Jon6S, Tony 32, 70, 131
Jonsson, Helena 56, 69, 80. 96. 119, 145
Jondan, Conrad 69
Jordan. Crystal 140
Jordan, Karson 41, 80, 84, 151
Jordan, Lonnie 140
Jorgenson, D'Andrea 112, 119, 198, 199, 200
Jorgenson, Douglas 69, 80, 87, 99, 131
Jorgensen, Jeremy 140
Jorgensen, Marty 151
Jorgensen, Phillip 125, 132
Juarez, Sandra 131
Judge, Byron 80, 81, 162
Kapetanakis, Chrissy 69, 151
Kardel, Scott 162
Kautz, Justin 99, 151
Keehn, Kim Ann 84, 140
keenn. sneiiy 151
Kelle, Anna Lisa 140
Keele, Jerry 83, 125
Kelley. Jack 37, 140
Kelley, Jody 45, 64, 69, 140
Kelly, Wade 151
Kelsey, Linda 131
Kemper, Larry 166
Kendall, Gail 162
Kennedy. Carlene 165
Kennedy, Jackie 66, 72, 73, 98.
Kennedy, John 42
Kennedy, Mary 69, 131
Kennedy, Thomas 80, 84, 90, 1
Kenney, Kelly 151
Kenny, Kimberly 131
Kennon, Charles 119
Keough, Lucy 162
Kerr, Dusty 36, 151
Kesner, Travis 99
Kessler, David 94, 131
Kessler, Russell 119
Kester, Kevin 141
Kileen, Jason 151
Kim, Dohyung 151
Kimbrell, Marie 75. 119
Kimback, Kerri 87, 151
Kindle, Kevin 141
Kirk, Darlene 93, 141
Kirker, Claudette 69, 92, 131
Kirker, Paul 151
Kisner, Travis 36. 151
Kitchens, Carri 120, 143, 157, 1
Kleinekuhle, Jens 125
Kleinschmidt, Kelly 29, 82, 88, 1
Knapp. Helen 165
Knell, Tanya 80, 84. 151
Knight, Kathy 131
Knox, Teri 141
Koontz, Patsy 162
Koppelman, Lisa 64, 69, 87, 13
Koskinen, Dale 151
Kaskinen, Jerry 92, 120
Kotalik, Karen 90, 162
Kraus, Melissia 141
Kuhn, Kristen 84, 141
Kuhn, Sean 106 131
Kusecki, Rosemary 166
Lackey, Laura 86, 99, 151
Lay, Ray 88, 151
Lair. Christina 29, 69, 76, 84, 151
Lambert, John 131
Lambert 72, 73, 120
Lamberecht, Mark 54, 151
Lampert, Michelle 6, 131, 198.
Landis, Asia 151
Landis, John 141
Landon, Krista 141
Landua, .lim 96, 162
Langley. Laura 141
Larson, Jeffery 83, 120, 200
Lavoie, Anne 67, 69. 80, 86. 151
Loy, Sam Jeffery 31, 92, 141
Leach, John 162
Lee, Darlene 120
Lee. Ryan 55, 141
Leedy. Katherhe 131
Lette, Rdwdd 141
Lek-Kong, Proyoon 99, 131
Lemons, Terri 29. 80, 86, 89, 90. 151
Leonhddt. Lisa 29. 93, 141
Lesscid, Llz 14, 73, 69, 78, 80, 120, 198, 199
Lettlefl, Bobby 84, 141
Lemlz, Stephen 70, 120
Uloda. Aberto 166
Levcrlo, Vlctoda 141
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Lorl 75, 141
Lldrthl. Lanny 71, 80, 81. 141
Lidltti, Srbrha 74. 84, 131
Lhatetter, Ray 37, 64. 141
Llndqulst. Bly 125
Lhdqdst, Mchoel 28, 75, 131
Lhdsey. Ddiel 141
Lhasey, Tobe 166
Robert 37, 59. 64
Mdtotfer. Brad 31, 141
Malhotter. Jennlter 140. 196, 198. 199
Mallck, Davld 94, 197, 126
Malody, Jennlter 45, 141
Mdoney. Jll 64. 66, 67, 69, 72, 73, 75, 120.
Mcnn, Howard 132
Mann. Jon 32, 50. 65, 125
Mann. Mlcheal 141
Macelne, Domlnguez 152
Maek, Christy 141
Markowskl, Steve 98, 99, tw, 120
Mcxquez. Art 84, 62
Maquez, Eple 152
Marquez, Rebecca 152
Mdshd, Erh 79, 141
Mcrtln, Cam 162
Mfxshd, Roy 152
Matln, Peter 69. 152
Moth, Scott 29, 141
Montatez. Gesenla 153
Montgomery, Dondd Scott 88, 120
Moody. Bdbcxa 125
Moody. Theaa Moe 133
Moore, Peggy 77, 93, 141
Mora, Mguel 147
Mora, Norma 153
Mordes, Anthony 75, 133
Mordes. Dcmlel 141
Mordes, Lorl 153
Mordes. Mcnuel 67. 80, 153
Mordes, Noreen 46, 120
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Moreno. Bdm 153
Moreno. Davld 141
Moreno, Mala Teresa 121
Morgar, Patrick 153
Lcrry 88, 142
Morris. Edga 142
Morrison. Jule 69. 76, 153
Edde 24, 42, 43, 121, 198, 199
Llzardo. Tony too
Long. Ruth 141
Anlta 95, 120
Cynaa 41, 75. 86, 89. 151
Lopez. Joe Freade 120
Lopez. Jorge 120
Lopez. MOTTNBW 13. 32, 34. 36, 67, 69, 92. 93.
Lopez, Ramona 132
Lopez, Rose 132
Lopez, Suzanne 67, 70
Lopez. Vlncent 88
Lorenz, Barney 98. 162
Lorenz, Fred 89
Mdthek, Bdbda 120
Mclthel, Ddtlel 84. 141
Mcrthes, David 152
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Mdthez. Pete 152
MGTHGZ-SYYGTYTT. JG1 87, 152, 157
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Jarnle 29, 63. 67. 69. 70, 79. 93, 97
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Motsunoto, Maty 88, 141
Lorge, Llsa 45, 64, 69
Love, Antoinette 151
Love, hta 166
Lucas, Elzdbeth 66. 84
Ludow, Laura 151
Lueck, hktdy 67, 69, 76, 80. 151
Lueclr, Stacle 20, 69, 157. 198. 199
Luelg, Pad 54, 80. 82, 151
Luera, Luisa 82. 141
McAndy, Allcla 69. 84. 151
McAnlf1, Kevln 69, 133
McArthur, Rlchard 133
McBride, Louise 165
McCh.l'e, Kim 84, 99. 100. 151
McComb, A-bet' 133
McCombs, Kenneth 71.99, 101, 133
McCown, Ccln 6, 13. 42. 43, 65. 69, 93, 95.
McCral. Mike 151
McCreary. Brlan 69. 141
McDanlel. Kerry 13. 17, 32, 34. 50, 120. 189.
McDonoudt.Clar1r 87, 151, 152
McEl'oy, Janes 99. 131. 133
McGulre. Cody 88. 131. 135
McKenna. Martha 66. 67, BO, 95. 120
McKinney. Dawn Mlchele 70, 133
McLeod. Karen 141
McMllan. Blll 162
McNlllon, Kent 2. 20, 28, 58. 59. 65. 66. 67,
69. 93, 120, 121, 152
McPedr, Don 162 .
McQuory. Brlan 101, 152
Mack, Katy 22. 23, 69. 76, 80. 84, 152
Mock. Kristen 24. 26. 29, 64, 66. 69. 70. 84,
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Mad-la, Yvonne 152
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Mays, Rlchord 42, 96. 133
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Medock, Cala 120
Mee. Jaclrle 38. 99
Meehm. Mchael 94. 125
Melia, Vlshd 99, 152
Melo. Rosdwda 133
Melendez. Mutha 141
Melody. Joe 94. 125
Melody, Tlrn 87, 141
Melon, Dalai 152
Melon. Derrlclr 21, 24. 28. 29, 69, 108. 133
Mena, Alex 96, 141
Mendez, Antonio 125
Mendez. Chrlstha 165
Mendez. Letlcla 141
Mendoza. Christine 153
Mercy. Jeff 58. 64. 141
Mesecher, Glbert 99. 101
Mesecher, Greg 99. 141, 153
Messershrnldt. Shari 84, 153
Kden 10. 64. 67, 69, 79, 97, 133
Morton, Tha 57. 142
Moses, Herman 158
Mosher. Marla 142
Mosher, Robert 153
Mosher. Sharon 112, 125, 198. 199
Mosley, Kelth 142
Moton, Tammy 57. 82, 142
Mouton, But 95. 99, 101, 121
Mount, Terl 142
Moyers, Cara 13, 14, 66. 67, 73, 75. 78. 95,
Muder. Pacer 125
Mnlns, Beth 89
Nbrntord. Chrlstha 17. 133, 198, 199
Mlnoz, Martha 153
NAIIOZ. Johnathan 22, 31, 65. 67. 69. 80, 93,
Munoz. Mchael 153
Mnoz, Veronica 153
Mule. Chrlsthc 83, 121
Murphy, Mchoel 142
Mrrlta. Cecela 153
Mnteto. Laua 153
Mase, Beth 13, 30. 133
Muse. Brad 142
Vue, Korl 125
Noehrboss, Jo 162. 164
Nardnl, Jenntter 84, 153
Naelr, Chrlsty 99
Narln. Chrlsthe 98, 121
Navaette. Andea 75. 84. 89, 142
Nebeker. Charles 142
. Jason 89, 99,153
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Steve 99, 133
hls, Bennett 80. 153
Michael 73, 74, 141
Nlre 40, 69. 82, 87, 90. 153
Juanlta 38. 84. 141
mtcnelfoenrse 99, 153
Moldovan, Wendy 21, 45. 69, 70, 79. 93, 97.
Mollna, Carmen 153
Mollna. Ccrrle 146. 153
Mondtam. Choa 133
Monoco, Rocco 89
Monlma, Donna 38, 69. 75. 133
Nelson, Pat 88
Nelson, Shel 92. 121
Nelson, Stephen 142
Nelson, Vlckl 75, 121
Newcomb, Katle 80, 153
Newcomer. Sean 10, 20, 42, 43, 67, 69. 79.
97, 121, 188, 196, 200
Newel, KI'n 153
Newel, Stacy 46. 47, 58, 70. 73. 78, 13
Newport, Chatssa 87. 153
Ngryen, Phuongtratg 69, 75, 80, 84, 142
Ncholas, Alexcnder 59, 153
Ncholos. Sara 46, 111
Ntsche, KH 133
Nolan. Tonya 75. 80, 92
Noyes, Kelth 133
Noyes. Llsa 133
Nuels, Christopher 75, 121
Nuels, Jeffery 153
Nuels, Kelvon 142
Nutz, Elzweth 69, 86, 99, 153
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One ol the tovorne pm.-lmes ot reen-
way ond now Cenrrol Avenue are the
place robe onFndoyondSorurday nights
The oqecrro dnve around and meer
new people Asked whor she rhouytr
obour crusng, senior Laura Worrhy sold,
"I rtunk ns o good way ro have fun, but
people vtoudrw have ro get so rowdy,"
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O'Brlen, Jlm 165
Olague, Tammy 424
Ollvarez, Genaro 94
Onstad, Dan 69. 90. 153
Onstod. Tlmothy 69, 72
Opel, Brlgltte 69, 85. 87, 121. 145
O'Neal. Davld 83. 142
Onstad, Dan 40
Onstad. Tlm 73, 424
Ortlz. Ellzabeth 80
Ortlz. Jesse I, 60, 442
Ostertleld, Becky 453
Osterfeld. Mlchelle 66. 69, 72, 73. 133
Ovledo. Rachel 84
Ovledo, Jesus 32, 424
Owens. Erlc 84, 88. 453
Ozanne, Jennlfer 122
Ozuna, Dan 59, 153
Ozuna, Frank 40. 54. 153
Ozuna. Mlchael 59, 453
Ozuna, Rebecca 38. 84. 142
Pace, Chrlstlana 45, 21. 74. BO. 422
Palma. Vlctor 69. 442
Palmer, Kendra 84, 453
Palmer, Klmberly 86
Papa. Pat 36, 60. 64. 84. 442
Pape, Randall 153
Papworth. Matthew 42, 59, 64. 96, 442
Parlgo. Marlo Lorl 133
Parlsl. Denlse 49. 46, 47. 433
Parra. Nancy 69, 84. 442
Patlno. Lydla 442
Patton. Rlchard 142
Paullno. Chrls 48. 162
Paulson, Mark 32. 50. 55. 122
Payton, Baron 60. 433
Pedroza, Marla Lourdes
Pelly, Greg 66. 93, 133
Pano, Adam 142
Pence. Chad 142
Pennlngton, Edward 40, 87. 153
Pennlngton, Mlchelle 77, 142
Pennington. Thomas 55. 87. 90, 99, 133
Penunurl. Mlreya 84. 153
Penunurl. Salvador Jr. 84. 142
Perales. Angellla 142
Perez. Allcla 57, 84, 153
Perez, Ellzabeth 142
Perez, Franclsco 433
Perez, Javler 433
Perez. Luz 142
Perez. Martln 122
Perklns. Catherlne 442
Perkins, Erica 16. 46. 56. 57. 65. 79. 111.
Perklns. Leslle 153
Perry, Terah 74. 86, 153
Peters. Amy 100. 101, 142
Peters. Jeffrey 28, 50, 96, 133
Peterson 55, 200
Peterson 28. 50, 433
Peterson, Sherl 422
Pletft. Joe 70, 108. 162
Pfeltfer, Tracy 163
Phllllps, Cynthla 83, 422
Phlllips. Llnda 57. 163
Phlllps, Shane 153
Phlpps, Tlmothy 142
Plerce, Jody 56, 57. 122, 189
Plette. Heather 30, 72, 73. 75, 85, 122
Plna. Debble 38. 463
Plna. Norma 433
Plna. Sandra 453
Plno. Sheldon 99. 153
Pltts, Robert 32. 33. 65. 422
Pless. Georgetta 154
Pompa, Joey 122
Porter, Harold 158, 159
Porter. Mark 433
Porter. Shane 454
Porter. Shawnya 442
Prevo, Anee 87, 454
Prevo, Chrlsllm 442
Prez. Benll 154
Prlce. Davld 88. 454
Prlce. Julle 99. 154
Prlce. Klmberly 80, 84, 154
Prlce. Reggle 142
Prleto. Carolyn 69. 76. 154
Pritchard, John 42. 64. 69, 79. 97. 133, 197
Purcell. Lloyd 163
Pursel, Heath 142
Pursel, Ryan 125
Quass, Dana 34. 99. 142
Qulnn, Mike 154
Quinn. Molly 28. 29. 66, 84. 133
Qulnones. Jose 99. 154
Qulttschrelber. James 88, 142
Radcliff. Juan 433
Ralne. Nan 459
Raffln. Debora 163
Ramlrez. Nlcholas 442
Ramos, Franclne 75. 96, 442
Ramos, Juan 133
Ramos. Lorralne 57. 84. 154
Ramos, Robert 154
Randall 32. 34, 125, 457
Ross, Scott 99
Ratlltt. Becky 84, 99, 142
Rawlings, James Wesley 69. 133
Ray, Anako 69. 80. 84. 454
Ray, Carol 465
Rayner, John 24, 25. 66. 69. 108. 122. 488
Rayner. Krissy 69. 76. 87, 93, 442
Rayner. Ronald 158
Rayner, Ronda 44, 45. 69. 78. 80. 95. 121.
Rayner, Shannon 88, 143
Rector. Michael 433
Reed, Ken 163
Reed. Velma 143
Reeder, Christy 64. 133
Reeder, Tlm 163
Reese. Davld 86. 146. 454. 496
Reese, Mark 26. 42. 69, 109. 434
Regalado. Cynthla 165
Relb. Todd 154
Relchart. Christopher 73, 134
Reld, Charles 42, 134
Reld, Ellzabeth 30. 67. 69, 75. 93. 422
Reyna. Saul 94, 434
Reynolds, Douglas 443
Reynolds, Steven 434
Reza, Steven 125
Rlchmond. Andrew 443
Rlchmond. Steven 60. 64, 143
Rlchmond. Tlmothy 32, 94, 434
Rider, Samuel 84, 143
Reltkohl. Tamara 17, 143
Riga, Brook 434
Rlgg. Molly 454
Rlolas. Marcos 466
Ritchey, Kevln 11, 29. 58. 67. 69, 93, 443
Rltter, Mlke 88. 154
Rlvos, Rita 154
Rlvera. Celestlna 65. 66, 67. 69. 75. 84. 93.
95. 189. 422
Rlvera. Katle 30. 89. 92, 143
Rlvera. Magdalena 23, 67, 69. 70, 93. 424.
Roberts. Come 70. 96. 103. 121, 422
Roberts. Mlchelle 88, 443
Roberts. Stephen 143 l
Robertson. Angle 96, 443
Robertson, Letlcla 64. 434
Roderlck, Donald 166
Roderlck. Julle 76. 157
Roderlck, Phllllp 443 '
Rodrlguez, Elena 155 1
Rodrlguez. Fred 89. 404 I
Rodrlguez. Marla 134
Rodrlguez. Jesus 155 1
Rocklguez. Jose 155
Rodrlguez, Michael 143 3
Rodrlguez. Raul 455
Rodrlguez. Raul 83, 143
Rodrlguez. Rlcarao 425
Roehllng. Steve 40. 86, 146, 455
Rogers. Mary 99. 155
Rogers. Jennlfer 45. 46, 56. 143
Rogers, Sherl 99, 155
Rogers. Steven 43. 36. 55, 64, 75. 143
Rogers. Tlmothy 23. 63. 67. 69, 70, 75, 80, 93
Rogers, Vemell 32, 35, 143
Rohla. Carole 465
Roles, Tlmothy 134
Roman, Luls 434
Romanowskl, Aaron 144
Romanowskl, Chad 32. 134 3
Romero. Rebecca 38, 75, 84. 444 .
Rosales, Antonlo 155
Rose, Clndy 69. 84. 155 E
Rose, Henry 99
Rose, Stacy 20. 69. 444
Rose. Tlmothy 94 '
Ross, Scott 144
Rosztoczy, Ferenc 458
Rosztoczy, Stephanie 20, 44. 45. 67. 69, 76,
87. 93. 144
Rounds, Katle 167
Rouse. Henry 91. 99. 104. 122
Rowe, Thomas 99. 100, 122
Rowland. Roger 28, 50. 79. 97, 134
Rudolph, Todd 59, 63, 66, 69. 134
Rumble. Robyn 155
Rusch, Kathy 163
Rush, Carrle 80, 84. 155
Russo, Carolyn 45, 102. 422, 198. 499
Russo. Theresa 69. 444
Rutherford, Davld 88, 155
Rutherford. Llsa 38. 69. 75. 134
Sadler, Phllllp 99. 422
Sahuaqul, Nelll 77, 144
Sahuaqul, Steve 155
Sallas. Juanlta 434
Solano. Emma 77, 82, 444
Salazar, Andrew 455
Soldona, Marla 83, 122 '
Sanchez, Chrls 50, 82. 84, 134
Sanchez, Della 84. 155
Sanchez, Denlse 155
Sanchez, Mlquel 155
Sanchez, Shirley 77
Sanders, Glen 125
Sandoval, AIICIO 144
Sandova, Javler 122
SonMlquel, Chrlsty 155
31, or -
Santurro. Tony 165
Sartln, Aprll 155
Sarzoza, Anna Marle 134
Sauceda. Mogdelena 155
Sautfley, Frankle 28, 29, 58, 65, 69. 79, 97.
Sautley. Susle 165
Saunders. Jason 32, 94. 134
aunders, Sandra 144
ausedo. Monlca 77. 134
Sausedo, Rene 60, 155
Scheldt. Sandy 165
Schellenberger, Denls 145. 157
Schellenberger. Peggy 87, 134
Schleszer. Stephen 66. 67. 71. 123
Schllllday. Davld 86
Schlreman. Al 163
Schlenslg. Debble 163
Schmldt. Baron 155
Schmitt, Klm 155
Schmukal. A. Paul 144
Schmukl. Jett 31. 92. 144
Schnelder. Axel 87. 92. 123. 145
Schnore. Aaron 144
Schotleld. Jlll 155
Scholz. Richard 32. 112, 134. 140
Schrelber. Rlchard 161. 163
Scott. Andrea 82. 144
Scott, Bllly 144
Scott. Deldra 75. 134
Scott, Erln 12. 69. 70. 102
Scott. Nlna 123
Scott, Robln 41. 69. 86. 155
Scott. Seth 87. 90. 99. 155
Sears, Lorl 69. 77, 144
Self. Jamle 13. 32. 34. 69. 84. 111. 134
Semas. Joey 144
Serrano. Gene 72, 73, 125
Serrano, Joe 111. 134
Sesslan. Jamle 80. 84, 155
Shack, Bernle 125
Shaffer. Laura 84. 155
Shassetz. Anne 44. 45. 67. 69. 75. 80. 84. 155
Shears. Sarah 30. 69, 134
Sheeley, Dale 125
Shelton. Jason 32. 72. 73, 111. 134
Shelton, Jeremy 155
Shephard. Brlan 72. 73. 123
Shephard, Harry 155
5hlllldGY. Davld 155
Shllllday. Don 40, 161. 163
Shllllday. Don Jr. 69, 31. 84. 85. 134
Shulsky. Clyde 163
Shulsky. Phll 100, 144
Sllva. Mlke 134
Slmrnlngton. 8 uck 26. 60. 99. 144
Simmons. Dawn 155
Slmmons, Kelly 57. 75. 76. 87, 144
Slmon. Debra 144
Slmpson. Danlelle 144
Slms. Gregory 99. 155
Slms. Stephanle 69. 92. 134
Slngh. Karmllt 155
Slngleton, Meredlth 144
Singleton, Shannon 134, 140
Sklet, Danny 144
Slagle. Dan 54, 155
Sloan, Tom 155
Small. Caren 112. 123
Smerecky, John 32, 34. 65. 123. 157
Smlth. Andrew 134
Smlth. Carol 29
Smlth. Connle 123
Smlth. Davld 125
Smlth. Guy 163
Smlth. H.D. 19. 28, 58, 66, 69, 79, 93. 97, 123
Smlth. Jahala 29. 75. 155
Smlth. James 60. 87
Smlth. Kelly'67. 79, 123. 152
Smlth. Kem 155
Smlth. Nadlne 82. 155
Smlth. Sllver 99. 155
Smlth. W sterm 88, 134. 197
Snow. Patrick 99. 155
Snyder, Cathy 57, 200
Snyder. Joe 123
Soendergaard. Dorte 75. 84. 92, 123. 145
Solano. Mary 165
Smlth, Mlke 163
Solano, Patty 166
Solls, ALlcla 197
Solls, Edward 54, 155
Solls. Stephanie 86. 90. 155
Solorzano. Elsa 84, 163
Soren. K.C. 155
Sorensen. Talt 11, 42, 43. 64, 65, 66. 67. 69.
70. 79. 93. 97. 123. '181
Soto. Belen 144
Soto. Juan Dlego 134
Soto, Klm 93, 144
Spears. Rlck 54. 163
Spencers. Earl 72. 73. 123
Splcer, Chad 144
Sprlgs. Brlan 42
Staples, Bob 64
Starr, Evett 98. 134
Statzer. Robert 55. 144
Stephens. Crystal 56. 57. 64. 161, 163
Stevenson. Pat 165
Stlnson. Rlck 144
Steele. Dawn 155
Stephenson. Traycl 95. 123
Stevens, Aprll 64. 69. 93. 95. 113, 123
Stevens. Klm 123
Stewart. Dale 155
Stockton. Cllnt 144
Stockton. Heather 124
Stone. ALllson 86. 155
Stone, Robert 88. 134
Stout. Bruce 100
Stout, Wllllam 124
Stumpt. Jana 41. 69, 87, 156
Suckllng. Jeffrey 99. 134
Sucking. Stacy 84. 156
Sulllns, Brlan 95. 99, 101, '124
Sulllns, Davld 99, 144
Sulllvan. Toby 99. 144
Summers. Elsle 166
Sunderland. James 156
Sutton. Cheryl 84. 156
Sutton. Ryan 40. 86, 156
Sweeney. Mlchael 134
Wlndle. Christopher 144
Swope, Patrlcla 140
Syverson. Glna 144
Tacy. Denlse 84. 89. 144
Tagle. Anlta 144
Talnter. Robert 21, 24. 69, 134. 196
Talamentez, Nlcholas 156
Talarlco. Angela 144
Talanera. Tony 32. 94, 134
Talebl. Tamara 69. 99, 156
Tanner, Harley 156
Tarango, Angellca 156
Tarango, Freddle 134
Taul, Marc 18. 124. 189
Taylor, Amy 134
Taylor, John BB, 156
Taylor. Nell 58, 84. 144
Taylor. Rlchard 134
Taylor, Stetanle 69. 76. 80. 84. 156
Tebbe. John 12. 31, 42, 78, 88, 144
Tellez. Rebecca 156
Temple. Deborah 65. 66, 67. 69. 79. 103. 124.
Temple. Derrlck 99, 156
Templeton, Mlschelle 41. 69. 80. 84, 156
Tequlda. Ramon 88. 156
Terry. Paul 156
Terry, Robert 156
Therrlen. Glna 99. 100. 156
Thomas. Richard 32, 99. 134
Thompsln, Shawn 156
Thomson. Tammy 134
Tlttle. Deanna 80. 156
Tollusls, Mlchael 134
Tomllnson, Amy 29. 69. 79, 93. 97, 134
Tonklnson. Catherlne 69. 93, 135
Tonklnson. Charlle 69, 135. 156
Torres. Johnny 156
Torres. Nora 124
Torrez. Sharon 99. 100. 156
Towey. Joanne 16. 46, 47. 56. 65. 106, 135.
Tray, Charlene 124
Trexler. Marllyn 71. 92. 144
Trlbbett. Llsa 156
Trout, Bob 36. 113. 161, 163
True, Tanya Llsa 3. 14. 15, 73. 78. 121. 124.
Trumbell, Andrew 32, 33, 124
Trumbell, Matt 144
Tseng, Yuan-Po 144
Tucker. Danlel 58. 59, 65. 66. 69, 93, 110, 124
Tull. John Aaron 69. 73. 73. 124
Tumer. Annette 156
Turney. Farrell 163
Tyler. snella 135
Tyra, James 99. 156
Upshaw. Sam 96, 135
Usrey. Erlc 99. 124
Valdez. Arturo 125
Valdez. Stella 82. 156
Valdez, Yolanda 57, 156
'.'allel0. Richard 125
Valley, Latanya 156
Vanderwater. Tracy 156
VanDyke. Rodney 156
Vasquez. Diana 64, 67. 79. 135. 200
WOOIQGI. Tracey 69
Worsnup. Heather 88. 125
Vasquez, Margaret 73, 74. 75, 99. 124
Vasquez. Rlcardo 89. 135
Vasquez. Roman 156
Dennls 88. 144
Vauter. Ella Klm 144
Veerapen, Mark 99, 156
Veerapen, Steve 41, 99. 100. 156
Velastequl. Steven 124
Vla. Brent 135
Vllla. Donlta 69. 76. 84, 156
VIIIG. Manuel 156
Vlllasana. Blanca 56, 135
Vlllasana, Myron 144
Vlterl. Monlca 6. 7. 9, 11. 12. 15, 16. 17.20.
25. 69. 121. 124. 157. 198. 199
Chrltopher 28. 29. 67. 69. 84, 144
worthy. Laura 1. 15. 67, 69. 70. 83. 93. 125
Wundertlch. Julla 87. 135 2.334
Wyda. Mata 157 "4
Wylle. Augustine 125
Wylle. Tony 145
Ybarra. Mlchael 99, 157
Yoakum. Coml 135
Yocum, Allen 157
Vocum. Wendl 145
Vohe. Brett 32. 60. 111, 135
Vohe. Colln 80. 99, 157
Vohe. Davld 24. 32. 33. 69. 79. 97, 125
Vlzzera. John QGabrleD 113, 124
Vlzzera. Katrlna 135
Vlzzera. Mlchael 50. 135
Volke. Udo 18. 69. 79. 97. 124. 145, 149
Vowell. Vlola 124
Waddy. Mlke 145
Wagner. Heather 86. 155. 156
Waltt, Betsy 155, 156
Walker. Andrew 99. 155. 156
Walker. Tammala 155. 156
Walllck. Llssa 13. 73. 78. 80, 104, 105, 124.
Walton. SEella 155, 156
Ward, Bruce 98. 99. 101. 135. 91
Warf. Janet 99. 155. 156
Warkomskl, Jon 40, 69. 84. 155. 156
Warner. Roger 163
Washington, Gayle 57. 81, 84, 145
Waterman. Gary 155. 156
Watklns. Andy 87, 99. 155, 156
voung, sam aa. 99. 100. 157
. Mlchele 88
Shawn 99. 157
voung. sneuy aa. 157
Zavala, Tony 93, 145
Zell, Jean 165
Zerlng. Krlsten 125
Zerlnque, Angellque 91, 135
Zldow. Cheryl 164
ZunZuvadls, Raju 66, 67, 69, 70. 80. 86, 9
Zlnzuvadla. Tlna 93, 145
Zukauskl, Janet Renea 135
Zuleger, Randy 145
Zunlga, ALtredo 94. 105. 125, 135
Darls 83. 124
Weber. Melissa 135
Webster, Mlchael 99, 155, 156
Webster. Sam 84. 145
Weldner, Dan 80. 88. 155, 156
Wellgh, Rhonda 91
West. Mlchael 155. 156
Weyrauch, Llza 45. 75. 86. 89, 145
Wheatley. Tom 32. 161, 163
Wheaton. Marnie 124
Whlte. Amber 79, 145
Whlte. Howard 163
Whlte. Jenny 156
Whlte. Julle 6, 44, 45. 65, 67. 69. 75, 93. 124
Whlte. Krltlna 99. 157
Whlte. Ruth 157
Whitehead. Michael 67. 75, 80. 83, 124
Whltehead. Nlkkl 67, 69, 86, 90, 157
Whlman, Steven 157
Whltney, Karen 163
wnmlngton, Amy 80. 66, 157
Wlckers, Curt 40. 59, 90. 157
Wlchman. Renae 69. 93, 145
Wlchrnan, Reglna 6. 38. 39. 65, 66, 67, 69.
Wlnley. Gus 32. 33
Wlley. Rhonda 57, 67, 70. 89. 95, 135
Wlley. Tlm 69, '157
Wllklns. Llnda 108. 164
Wlllgar. Tracl 89
Wllllams, Barbara 69, B4. 135
Wllllams, Heather 3, 73. 78. 80. 86, 93, 145
Wllllams, Mlke 164
Wllllams, Robert 125
Wllllams, Sharonda 157
Wllllams, Thomas 33, 124
Wllllams, Truoy 145
Wllson, Nona 157
wilson. Ray 145
Wllson, Shannon 29. 69. 135
Wlndeknecht, Amy 135
Wlngtield, BlHy 157
Wlthers. Preston 59. 145
Wohler. Erlc 19. 28. 29. 65. 69, 125
Woltt. Anna 145
Wolff. Charles 2. 22. 23. 25. 65. 67. 69, 91.
Wolff, Davld 60. 157
Wollltz. Charles 135
Wolskl. Wllllam 16. 32. 34. 94, 111, 135, 140
Wood. Karla 135, 198, 199
Wood. Mltton 83. 125
Wood. Ronald 158
Wood. Shannon 145
Wood. Sharon 165
Wood, Tammy 125
Woodard. Shane 145
Woodward. Davld 60. 157
W00lf. Mellssa 69. 75. 87. 145
Thunder and Lrghtnrng reflects the attr
tude at Agua Frra Our thunder rs our
school accomplrshments and the lrght
nrng rs how vrbrant we stand Although rt
rs known no matter how farnt one s
norse or how bnght one stands together
as one there will always be a storm on
Upper lefr Sensors Came Burremrller and Evan Doyd Low
Lefr Freshman Dovud Reese thanks about groduanon C
fer Chap Hardvson Sean Newcomer and Robbre Tornr
durrng lunch Above Jennifer Marhofer and Sherry Barne
Friends Forever Lefr Class Of Bo HOT'
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cenrer: Wes Snnirh, junior, bocls from lunch. Above: Rondo Royner
decorores the senior holl, Upper cenrerf Rodney Green, Mike
lHowrhorne, ond Kerry McDonieli school flirrs. Upper righr: John
.PrIrchord, junior, is coughr going ro class. Lower nghrf Joson Doe,
sophomore, ond Dovid Molil-1, junior, coughr in the middle of o
Closing I 107
Wickiu Sfoff '85-'86
The sroff members were:
Dio Jorgenson - Co-Ediror
Shoron Mosier - Designs' Ediror
Rochel Broclsey - Acodemics Ediror
Liz Lessord Ads Ediror
Srocey Luecls - Ads
Jennifer Moihofer Ads! Business
Chrisrino Mumford - Orgonizorion
Tiny Boyle - Orgonizorions
Michelle Lomperr - Orgonizorions
Porry Boorhmen - Porrroirs Ediror
Stephen Densford - Porrroirs
Corri Kirchens - Porrroirs
Joonne Towey - Sporrs Ediror
Eddie Morron - Sporrs
s Corolyn Russo - Sports
Monico Vireri - Srudenr Life Ediror
Cori Johnson - Srudenr Life
Korlo Wood - Srudenr Life
Andre' J. Doyon - Adviser Phoro
Joe Pfeiff - Yeorbools Adviser
The yeorbools sroff would like ro rhonlf rhe De-sen Howlsvoff
lor oll ol rheir conrribunons, rhe phoro svoff for oil rheir coopera-
non, ond Tony ond Kenny "cone" Grohom for oil of rheir phoro
"expanse" And losr io Mr Pferff The 1986 Xviclsiup senior sroff
members would like ro soy, in the words of Howls-eye Fherce,
"Good bye, Forewell, ond AMENl"
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Sre hen Densford, Joonne Towey, Shoron Mosier, Liz Lessord, Monico Vireri, Srocey Luecls, ond Corri Kitchens. Top
Joe Pfeiff, Absent were Jennifer Moinofer ond Rochel Droclsey.
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n in o orno Ar rhe ploni rhe represenror ve wos Susan George, ond
ocol r e re resen onve was Bob Muller
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everyone or AF is rhe roor of rhunder ond rhe of Iighrning
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Ret were up class couple
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to see this one in the yeorboolx. Underneath the tree is o good ploce for shade, here we find o few sophomores
relaxing during lunch,
Andrea Amotor flushes one greor big grin "Put me in the yeorboolx, pleosel" Uust kidding Dreob. Cothy Snyder,
sophomore, got cought during lunch breols, so she glodly smiled for the comero
Above center, Dede Vosquez, we were looktng fov ongl
nol shots' We got her too Surprlse,
Now there's Seon Newcomer, how could anyone reset
thot Voce of rhot hour , . . Cure, Sean, Congrats on
nicest hour, you deserve it
One hot or North Campus, we sported these two
over by the drinking fountain
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