Agua Fria Union High School - Wickiup Yearbook (Avondale, AZ)

 - Class of 1987

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Miss Myron Villasana gives the camera a quick smile. By Ruben Maldonado There is a warm summer breeze that blows back the memories of yesterday. The times we've shared with our friends, fall like the rain that makes a splash in our lives and are carried away by the winds of change. Our spirit remains and will always remain. No matter what the future may hold, our high school memories will never grow old. The splash of color our spirit made will never lose its brilliance in our minds. Tiri Chatiield dreads returning to class after lunch Mark Elizondo sits in his most lady-like manner. J' ll w' ' N- , 'N ---'fx if inn.. LSC! ,. f K., 'i ' 4 Ib 1 M ,f ' N t Mark Elizondo, Tony Jones, Craig Dringman, Gene Barton, Kristan Mack, Lisa Koppelman, Stephanie Funke, Don Shilliday, Mike Den- ninger, and Eddie Ruiz show offtheir togas. Jamie Self, Cindy Thompson, Todd Rudolph, Amy Tomlinson, Jamie Maslyn, Cinnamon Conrad, Shawn Brittain, Pascal Brown, Crystal Dale, and Angelique Zeringue demon- strate the "OOOOl" Aundre Anderson displays his femi- nine figure. n .' 1' O '- 1 i. ' it , y , V i-L .W I! M ..,- U ... M V. . bu.. P Ti , .if . , 'f A w.1'P-.Ji f ft?" . '3"- l' -Wi'- e 'Q-f-I - J' A 1- - LW, wi, 1 W R432-:'t Q-2 -,,d,,.n,. ,.,-.vga C Sit-xgf -tr 1-. '-f ized, -7 3.:f'ars"-:fi-'V I ,- Dan Adikes bums around at lunch during homecoming. Along with otherjuniors, Raul Rodriquez watches Dina As- torga and her partner partici- pate in the lifesaver pass. ,1 I 5 S in 4 - Fence climbing is a favorite pastime for Juniors Amy Strickland, Stacy Rose, and Chrissy Gucken- heimer, Senior. K N X 5 xx-4 or ,tt.A 11 :5 -.-If-f .,i X X s E X N This stuffed owl guards the O.li. Fulton Gym. Senior Chip Jorgenson is ready to eat. to g ll mm Wliilv-mr Sophomores Carolyne Beyle and Robyn Rum- blejust love to study biology with Mr. McMilIian. This memorial is the center of the Agua Fria campus. Senior Tony Jones shows off his good side. 5 Junior Tyrone Anderson is a mad surfer when he hits Newport Beach in California. Junior Trudy Williams loves this bean stalk. Kevin Ritchy, Junior, went crazy in Germany. Senior Jerry Fletcher tubes away. Kris Andrews and Ruth Grumbling, Seniors, visited an old friend at the San Diego Zoo. Terrie Russo, Juni just hung out with guys. Marise Ramirez, Freshman, met Diedra Hall. Lisa Cote, Sopho- more, cuddled up with a close friend at Dis- neyland. I .,' at This Summer I: By: Dianne Gladhart During the summer months Agua Fria students use their lei- sure time to indulge themselves in many summer activities. Here is what some AF students did last summer: Danny Adikes, senior, said, "I went to California to see Mickey Mouse." Amy Tomlinson, senior, said, my old pig farm." Randy Duncan, Junior, said, "I went to Ohio and saw my old friends. I also played summer basketball and got my driver's license. Other than that it was pretty boring." Jeff Schmuki, junior, said, 'll was ajunior counselor at a lead- ership camp." Jesse Barron, Junior, said, "I Kim Bagget, Sophomore, went balloon crazy. "I partied in Tempe a lot!" Colette Humphrey, Junior, said, i'Dianne Gladhart and I went to California together. We stayed in the Emerald Hotel and from the fifth floor we yelled out the window at freaks who walked by." Melissa Woolf, and Kris Rayner, Seniors, said, "We went to the Bahamas and drank pina coladas for a week." Renae Wichman, Junior, said, "I went to Kansas and visited went to ASU for classes and stayed in the dorms for five weeks." Paul Christianson, Junior, said, "I went to Baja and learned to snorkle dive. It was great." Everyone has their own way of spending their summer months and according to these people summer was fun. We all look to- wards summer with a smile for we all know that it's the end of school. , Jennifer Maihofer, Sen- ior, stands for a summer pose. S W W M' Carolyne Beyle, Terah Perry, Sophomores, Er- nie Morley, Freshman, and David Harms, Soph- omore hang out during the summer. a -J ww? Q lk ' "cv 4:?'f-rx 'E Seniors Wendy Moldo- van, Amy Tomlinson and Jamie Maslyn en- joy the Fourth ofJuly. R- 1- , Junior Pat Papa trips Ollt at Lake PleaSal'1t. fm-alms Erin Scott, Senior, para- sailing off to Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii. Sal Penunuri, Francine Ramos, Sammy Rides, My- ron Villasana, Daniel Martinez, Juniors, and Mi- chelle Lampert, Senior, kick back and relax this summer. Anna Wolfe and Lori Sears, Juniors, took in some scenery. Don Shilliday, Senior, spent some time in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania with a friend. This Summer I : Robin Scott, Sophomore, went parasailing off of Wai- kiki Beach. .5 Joanne Towey, Senior, goes for a walk. 1' 9 First runner up Christy Reeder receives her award. 67. Stacy Newell. Left: The 20 contestants dance as the pageant be- gins. Christy Reeder. Y Stacy Newell performed a jazz interpretation to 'Under Pressure." Kris Andrews. Sherlynn Cook re- ceived the Miss Con- geniality award. The 20 contestants glide across the stage. 4- Miss Billy Moore By Kerri Barber You could see the amaze- ment in Shannon Wilson's face as Mr. Oli. Fulton, master of ceremonies, announced her name for "Miss Billy Moore" 1986-87. The audience agreed with thejudges' decision as she was the only one of 20 contes- tants to receive a standing ova- tion for her performance in the talent portion of the competi- tion. The contest consisted of 20 contestants, Stacy Newell, Mi- chelle I-Iorner, Rhonda Wiley, Kris Andrews, Shannon Garrels, Paula Arrelano, Sherlynn Cook, Cindy Thompson, Theresa Light, Cinnamon Conrad, Tina Edwards, Shannon Wilson, Tiri Chatfield, Cynthia Koppelman, and Shannon Wilson, Miss Billy Moore 1986. Cindy Thompson. Felix, Lisa Lucy Car- denas. When interviewed after the pageant, Shannon said, "lt was so exciting. I recommend it to any Junior girl. I gained new ex- periences and more friends." Shannon plans to use her scholarship money towards earning a degree in psychology at Arizona State University. Those who placed in the pag- eant were first runner up, Christy Reeder: second runner up, Theresa Light, and Miss Congeniality, Sherlynn Cook. Theresa Light commented, "l had a lot of fun and met new friends." All the contestants agreed with Sherlynn Cook who said, 'llt was a great experience and l would not have been up- set even ifl hadn't placed." forms "Little Girls." Paula Arrelano. L Shannon Wilson per- MOST SPIRITED: Don Shilliday CLASS FLIRTS: Robby Tainter and Wendy Moldovan. MOST LIKELY TOO SUCCEED: Todd Rudolph and Ruth Grumbling. and Stacy Newell. MOST TALEHTED: Scott Adams and Christy Reeder. H .J MOST DEPENDABLE: T0rly JONES and Ruth f Grumbling. Q. , WWW CLASS MONKEY: Macky Wacky. O CLASS COUPLE: Crystal Dale and Todd Rudolph. 4 57? Superla tives PM "C" X V , . ..,,..,-, .,.,,.,. -..-H .F ,,.. . .,.., V 0 l 1 l l ,. ,, , H A , ,,AM,l.- MOST ATHLETIC: Joanne Towey and Brett Yohe. CLASS CLOWNS: Sherlyn Cook and Mike Haw- thorne. BEST DRESSED- Michelle Brenncke and Mark Reese. if BEST BUDDIES: Amy Tomlinson and Jamie Maslyn and Robby Tainter and Derrik Mellon. '5- HICEST HAIR: Corrina Barry and Derrik Mellon SHYEST: Steve Betzhold and Amy -,zamk HN ' . '.44Q::'?1'Q!w.r'. 7 necht. Senior Superla tives HICEST SMILE: Gene Barton and Catherine Tomkinson. BEST BODIES: Shannon Arnold and Theresa Light. -me WJ, 'Z...,f' ,- fp-fgnrw-,gifw-. , ., 9,1 1, ax Q 0- N f nv 1 , .mm I Q Q H . - wtnwnf Q " , it Q ' a ,AV ALYAW. iii? ' fr ?'1,1'm , -. 'f , Q ,W-W A , i Z , ty ,, . , , Q . Www-W-. ,WM tn , N V .A , , 1 'MM'-'It--a....1,.'1' 1 A N E w-...V NICEST EYES: Burke Albelda and Stacy Lueck. t .t, ' Tyr M I, . J if mg: .n ' TIN' , 1 , wie' 'ft warm , Q ' f, -N ,-ff' ' li E W f " 'ww ' a mlm "WK J. pm E , QW it r, ,,,, 15 SW Junior Ray Linafelter, any guys dream girl! Anneka Ray, Chip Hardison and Minda DeVoto show off their dazzling smiles. ,Ng . , . V li 5 L,-' ,Q V -N, ,Mir V, . at i x ' -W.. Va- l 'ig rr S X 1 555' Seniors John Pritchard and Rick Mays show their serious side. M Seniors Sharon Alkire, Lea Edwards, Amy Tomlinson and Jamie Maslyn become l'thrashers" for a day. r is ft 'af ,759 Around By Amy Tomlinson The campus is empty until eight a.m. Then, boom, all of a sudden the campus is swarming with teenagers. Some studying for a test, while the majority gossip and make plans for the upcoming weekend. When lunch time comes around students begin to liven up. Most students head for the cafeteria or McDonalds. Some other popular places for lunch are Pizza l-lut and Taco Bell. This seems to be the favorite time of day. Senior Jamie Mas- lyn said, "l enjoy lunch because Campus I have time to do my favorite things- eat, socialize and get away from school." Senior Lisa Newcomb says, "I like it be- cause it gives me a chance to relax and catch up on the latest gossip." Finally, the end of the day comes. The bell rings to go home. Chaos hits! The halls be- come congested. Voices carry across campus as students hurry to get home. But, before you know it the campus is peaceful or at least until the next morning. Top Left: Senior Michelle Brenncke gets involved in the class discussion. Left: Seniors Derrick Mellon, Robbie Tainter, James Fulbright and Mark Reese- Which will become the future Miss America? Bottom Left: Senior, Mike Hawthorne- The hottest cheer- leader on campus! Below: Dressing up for the senior class homecoming float brings out the cannibal in Norman Harres and James Fulbright. 1-' fQ..fg22 ' a,,2w 1 ,, A - I 94141 1 , Qi 'f'- .wi ,, L1 ,aw 4 11-'f ,ff ix www "So where are the shoes?" asks Dick. ,u"'xl" rf Y' rf' I -. ,.f MM. , ---13+ HW ' rr "But Daddy you just can't!" insists Shannon. ' fifif'-I ,uf f'iE5iflfQ , , "Should we tell her about the Stowaway?" ss? E J ff Q Emily is rewarded twice, i'You've got your safety pockets back." says Matt " ur Hearts Were Yo un g and Gay" Cast and Crew: Top Row: Chris Owens, Brian McQuay, Chip Jorgenson, Matt Trumble, Lanny Lighthill, Pascal Brown, Todd Dagget, Director Byron Judge and Lonnie Jordan. Second Row: Sarah Cohen, Jamie Session, and Mark Kennedy. Third Row: Jason Clark, Katy Mack, Tina Beyle, Tiri Chatfield, Shan- non Wilson and Charlette Dawsey. Fourth Row: Marsha Bryan and Aaron SChl1Ol"C. t 1 X. H 9, VX ,P .f - W 1 ' K 3 0 5 - - - A J . , Shannon and Katy re- hearse their roles. ,N N 3 D L ' gg. , iz i A 4 . Q . . V and Katy are welcomed by their French Aaron's out to kill bed bugs! Katy strikes an odd pose. This year's fall production by the Drama Department was "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." The cast consisted of seniors Mary Kennedy, Jason Clark, Shannon Wilson, Tina Beyle, Pascal Brown, Charlette Dawsey, Tiri Chatfield, and Chip Jorgensen: Juniors Aaron Schnore, Matt Trumble, Marsha Bryan, Todd Daggert, Sarah Cohen, and Lanny Lighthillp and Sophomores Katy Mack, Brian McQuay, and Jamie Session. The play takes place during the summer of 1925. lt revolves around the comical adventures of two young ladies, played by Shannon Wilson and Katy Mack, on their first vacation alone. They have saved their money and are taking a cruise to France. During the cruise someone jumps overboard, Emily Kimbrough tplayed by Katy Mackj uses her "fast thinking" to save him, and throws a lounge chair over. lt hits him on the head knocking him out cold. After that the play is a series of similar events. Tina Beyle says, "lt was great working on the play. The best part was that it worked out great!" ., is N 1 Above: Joaquin Humphreys -n- Cindy Holdcroft ir' Above: Larry Gonzalez -n- Rebecca Ozuna 1 L ' . K, 5 -4 rv .,,V,, ' I I ' k, J f f , Above: van Eldridge -n- Kathy Gage E Above: Jesse Avena -n- Leticia Gonzalez Left: David Shilliday -n- Crista Lair Right: Zane Segel -n- Erin Marshall Left: David Rutherford -n- Lisa Leonhardt Above: Brett Yohe -n- Stacy Rose Above: Jamie Self -n- Yvonne Decort A Above: Fernando Arriola -n- Joanne Towey 1' e - E 3 1 h Y gi ix l -f ,lf oeel enee t A Splash 0 love Above: Daniel Martinez -n- Michelle Lampert Left: Vern Rogers -n- Sherlynn Cook Below: Saul Reyna -n- Beth Muse 4 Above: Mike Sweeny -n- Tina Edwards Left: Frank Bedard -n- Shannon Singleton Lower Left: Chris Lewis -n- Amber McComb Kris Andrews Right: Benji Castanada -n- Robyn Rumble Left: Steve Betzhold -n- Above: Richard McArthur -n- Jennifer Malody X Agua Fria students take turns telling Santa their Christmas wishes. Yvonne Eckert enjoys dancing with her date at the Christmas Formal. Z Laura Shaffer and William Vaught enter the C mas Formal. Mrs. Kotalik welcomes couples into the Formal. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa." "Surprise!" . ' fi . , may Christmas Formal By: Ruth Grunbling Trees trimmed with cranber- ries and popcorn, a wooden sleigh, and hot apple cider helped to transform the North Campus cafeteria on Sat. Dec. 20, into an "Old Fashioned Christmas." "I really enjoyed this year's formal," said Shannon Wilson, student body vice president. "I think Wilson, student body vice president. "l think the theme and decorations helped every- one get in the Christmas spirit." Decorations consisted of win- dows frosted with spray snow, lights covering the ceiling to re- present stars, and tables orna- mented with greenery. ln the past there had been two identi- cally decorated trees but this year the trees were decorated in two different color schemes. "One was trimmed in red and the other was trimmed in gold," said senior Rhonda Wiley. "We wanted to decorate them com- pletely different this year," she added. There were also 'old fa- shioned' toys, wrapped pack- ages, and a wooden sleigh sur- rounding the two trees. Wilson thought the decora- tions set a nice mood and pro- vided a warm, friendly atmo- sphere. The music was provided by Don Davis from the West Ari- zona Music Machine CWAMMJ. He provided fantastic lighting and a unique sound system," saidjunior Trang Nguyen, music committee chairperson. Top 40 hits consisting of mostly slow songs were played, according to Nguyen. Refreshments consisted of Christmas cookies, cakes, can- dies, hot apple cider, and fruit punch. Pictures were taken by Fran Smith Studios. Approximately 160 couples attended. Santa and Mrs. Claus were also there to greet all those who attended and listened to Christ- mas wishes. 'il think the most special thing about the formal was seeing ev- eryone dressed up and being with your friends," said senior Lisa Koppelman. Sweethearts enjoy themselves dancing at the Christmas Formal. l'That's all, folks! 1 l ' wel-r ..4...-.4 ,,.-1 Melani Espil gets involved in noon time activities. 24 WhCfC'S the thl'CSh0ld? M-q W The big Senior 'ioh" strikes campus once again. "Not now, honey." "Open wide!" rf 1. ak if -EQ' 'R Nothing beats a great pair of legs. Homecoming By Sharon E. Alkine You know it's here: you can feel it all around! Hot to mention the fact that you are surrounded by the Roman Empire in togas. That's right, it's Homecom- ing! That wild and crazy week when you can dress almost any way you please and not get fit- ted for a straight jacket. Along with the thrill of dress- ing as nerds, Agua Fria is exper- iencing something that seems somewhat hidden during nor- From the shadows of the school-ground comes the overwhelm ing of school spirit and stomp an underclassman. But why does this change occur and om? mal schools days. ing feel- desire to where does it come fr The answer to this, it seems, lies in the students themselves. Unable to resist that crazy feel- ing, they throw off their cool ex- terior and let their true, bizzare selves show. All over the cam- pus, students are banding to- ideas for gether to discuss floats, hall decorations and "ex- tra-curricular activities." The halls are filled with post- ers declaring the supremacy of various clubs and classes while a warehouse is engulfed in the smell of spraypaint and the sounds of hammers, saws and the latest gossip. The exhilarat- ing feeling of competition finds everyone. Senior class presi- dent Pascal Brown says, 'lTen- sions are high, but we're getting a lot done and having loads of laughs." How could anyone resist tak- ing part? ln the morning, classes are greeted by various re-run themes to get them in the Homecoming mood while, dur- ing lunch, they can partake in slightly unique noontime activi- ties. After school, floats are cre- ated right before your eyes! There is not time to lose the spirit. Junior Stacy Rose agrees, "I love it! They keep us busy all the time in a fun way." Homecoming is something that just has to be experienced! Next year you, too, will be able to say, "I survived Homecoming ,86 ,, 'J A 1-, . , . . Q ,yn .. 9 . 4, 5.5-A - 'if I ugfy .up 1, ffl -:,4sgErAN . , f p. A. P 'kr' x, jf.. ' f 51+ : . ' gs. ' 'i"?'?f?9.., 'Ui ., --if ' 'Y- 'K ft ' 1 fL"7gbf'l'-.,2"!Iq..f' ""5'?d8g"'gEM.'3..'9', 'V-WT' .--7' ' l' ' N , ' 2 'f'7"'?1f?-fff'3f'.'xfg'i -g.m.g..:., tM5i.Q'T'i- al-fi'--is . ,. ,J MQ, ,V I rl, . -W, ' - iltziu ..lfff?..'..s..xa..z1'x, in- L1 .-if . fra? " .- -xi . Senior float gets first place. 25 1986 - 87 Homecoming King: Jamie Self, 'and Queen: Stacy Newell. Senior attendants: Don Shilliday and Shannon Wil- Senior attendants: T.C. Richmond and Yolanda Son. Gonzales. Junlor attendants: Bobby Lettiere and Cindy Early. Queen: Stacy Newell re- ceives her crown. King: Jamie Self and Queen: Stacy Newell. attendants: T.J. Candelara and Crusty tacy Newell. Sophomore attendants. Homecoming Ro alty Sophomore attendants: Darian Mellon and Heidi lh- nat. King: Jamie Self receives his crown. Jamie Self. ill' .W D yuh vfv b. ,EA "" K fb? ,Q 'Q' 'fi YL Q I AYLJQQA, 7'-K ' i X I wiki FX.- -.. .6 A K is i 'f lr' g egg sis Left: Joe Sereno and Jeff Suckling, thinking they know how, cook the night away. Far Left: Meredith Sin- gleton and Tonya Knell snuggle up to the drummer of KlSS- Eric Carr. Below: Cami Yokum, Tammy Moton and Ju- lie Hott can't always get out on the week- ends because they have to work. :fi t2 1 'lWe really know how to party" Mike Mann highly concentrates on shooting for bonus points in the game Shooting Gal leiy .NX J 5 W Vgi, JS' fur' s wx 1 ll EF, flgi N 5 is S S 0 Q 5 V, 4 Q ipfqy' E .. 1 ,U ,i ,,,, ,, .V sf sigg v 1.32 . i w, ima.: gf! K 34 ,, 5 ,. .. X5 f iii Exif S?5? I 'J V - 3 f 1 A U . 5 , - 1... Agia.. wx. X S5 1' Af' ,k J K Q ,yvgpyf VWVX-w 1 111, ' Www WSF M ll' M. MX N, ,ly M mm .-,Mm M W, . ,w gw 1 W .I M. Wake l . g A VJ' W M. N635-P2 QQ. ww - 'fx fm,-Wax N ,jg X X L , .f . if ig 553 5 h N59 K xxx N. X X RX kgsl X 1 fL'f A ' . - w iki E N VR Q Rf Sl X X + Q SRQ? g A 'if vm Q .Sig X 36 Sggigkii m,ig,4 qt ibm.-aww Middle Below: Shaun Parson and Steve Rob- erts wait for friends. Be- low: Tiri Chatfield hard at work. wa Qtfd.--a-H' 1 Above: Lisa Boldock works at Alpha Beta and Middle Above: Cami Yoa- kum works at Ramada lnn. John Pritchard stops for a smile before going home. Steve Reynolds is a Joe Darrell hangs loose when he is skateboarding. tesy clerk at Alpha 3 Wil? Cody McGuire farms 29 acres of cotton. Rene Bartell and Sherry Hamilton tabovel both work at McDonalds after school. Middle Below Left: Frank Bocchini waits behind Sherry Barney at Captain's Fish St Chips. Below: Vicki Frank shows off her very best smile. S. 1 A 1. Mike Williams shows off his hand plant. Middle Ns. Campus activities by: Andrea Amator What do Agua Fria students do when they are not going to school? Many of the students work part time to earn extra spending money. It is a big re- sponsibility going to school and working. 'Keeping your grades up, while working is a lot ofhard work," says Mike Murphy who works at McDonalds. The local places for students to work are Alpha Beta, the Wigwam, and, of course, McDonalds. While they have free time, stu- dents enjoy numerous activities outside of school. Some stu- dents participate in sports such as golf, running and dancing. A lot of the guys enjoy skate- boarding, while girls go shop- ping and visit with friends. Many students find the new bowling alley a great place to meet friends or to fill some time by bowling. The students of Agua Fria have many ways to free them- selves from the hassles of school. Above Right: Brent Via makes tacos at Taco Bell. Willie Durst, Billy Benson, and Jeff Hog- gles hang out at the bowling alley. div' Pr, A gentle smile from tough guy T.C. Rich- mond. Karen Hendrick as the lovable Agua Fria Owl mascot. Qs S' Y ' , ' 'cc' X ff v 2 - ,Ms-:V 5-agp .-.V t mr-w c QQ . , is ,. ff-- .kc t 4 ,gm . . , : Y ' , Q A c A tsssr N A . c f . v 2 S 5 A ,,,, t .,.. . - S, , ccc- ' Q Q i i .. ' i -cxc it i L it I 5 . -- ' fp - H A Q E 'gig t Q , 2 f i F Q YS i-.sszsdi 1- ,K-is . ,1 Q i5? SSg.f Q gi . is K is Q55 is is A is ccc. -A it . .. """' ' Q t i . The varsity football team psych themselves and the crowd up before the State Cham- pionship game. The Agua Fria Letterman's jacket stands for pride. Varsity Football: Fifth row: Silva, Pat Poppa, Tony Wolski, Sean Forsythe, Newton Fourth row: thorne. Jamie Self. Eldridge, Brian Cuskaden terson, Darian Mellon Trainer Vic Ayon, Mg Shane Lewis, Coach By, Stacy Newell They packed the stadium every week: they had the fans going wild: the 1986 Varsity football team definitely left their mark at Agua Fria. The Owls had an excellent season ending with a record of11 wins and 5 losses, During the pro- cess they gained the co-champion- ship title of the Metro Region and be- came the AAA Div. 2 State Runners' Up. "l'm very proud of the team and especially the seniorsp they have won 21 games during their past two sea- sons on varsity. They have also broken two records, in 1985 they won 10 games and this year they topped it by winning 11 games. They are also the first team to participate in the AAA State Championship game," said head coach Tom Wheatley. The team always played with an enormous amount ofdesire and char- acter. ln many instances it was just obvious that they wanted to win a lot more than their opponent. They never gave up even though most of the time the odds were against them. They dis- played their undying desire to win during two very emotional playoff 2nd in State games. The first was against the previously undefeated Sunnyslope Vikings Q11- Oi. The Owls beat the Vikings 22-21 in an Arizona playoff which advanced them to the semi-finals. One week later in the semi-final game, the Owls squeaked by the Gibert Tigers win- ning 15-14 in another Arizona playoff. They literally won the game by two inches! The Owls ended their already suc- cessful season at Sun Devil Stadium where they met the Peoria Panthers to determine the State Championship. The Owls came up short losing in the final seconds, 29-25. Besides the honors that the team received as a whole there were also individuals who received such hon- ors. This year's all State Selections were T.C. Richmond CDBJ named to the 1st team defense and Rich Scholz QLBJ also named to the first team de- fense. Recognized for Honorable Men- tion was Shannon Arnold QGJ The 1986 varsity football team ap- preciated all ofthe support that was displayed by the fans during the year. "A winning team consists of more than just the players, but everyone that is involved in the game. We ap- preciate the support and enthusiasm of the student body and the communi- ty," said Arnold. W 3 . f f f The camera captures a moment of pride at its very best as Brett Yohe Jones accept the State Runner-Up Senior, Mike Hawthorne. and Junior. Peterson, take time out to rest. Below, The 1986 Varsity Football team-ffl spirit. 0 passm g zone ' TTIU T ' S tt ' W BETH 5373512 is E 1 5 l 5 hd u 'Nui' all PASSING ZONE, Seniors, Gene Barton, T.C. Richmond, Brett Yohe, and Junior, 1 a quarterbacks nightmare. Patrick EL . Q emors make .'iy9ifi7'i: a plash .K Q. My Most Memorable Moment Was: Jason Saunders ,gr- ,, , I , ffl "Winning in overtime against Gilbert " 4 It I Mike Hawthome "Getting kicked in the butt by'Coach Wheat- X le Tom Cluff "Catching the two point conversion from Lincoln at Sunnyslope. .Ax-gg ,, W fly I, tg, f . K K 5 ' F Brad Donahue "Goin to the State Cham plonship and kicking a 51 yd field goal." 4' ' XE , .. gl, i QIENL x +5 lk .QQ 'Q 4 Q. ,ge if ai, 4 .Lt Rich Scholz "Making An-snare." Tony Jones Having my shoulder separated by a fellow player Zane Segle "Beating Gilbert in over- time and getting the chance to go to State." MP1lW ,f ,mv XM Far above, Jamie Self, dances throu h he ack. wg ,L 1, X Q. is fax t W 13 . rm 5 ' ,L Ns- ' 'N H .... , K l I L, w ' KS Y ' L4 , Q V I , g , J V gm ,, :n f ,R ' .1 ju 1 e fl-,T 0' J ,Q .- . f . r it 4,1 A. Above right, Senior Gene Barton and Junior Sean Forsythe reach for the sky to block the punt. Above left: Quarterback Lincoln Holcomb gets set to go for the end zone. Left: Senior T.C. Richmond, helps the Owls to gain more yardage. Wo Opening the sea- son with a tie with Tolleson 6-6 got the Owls started on their way to a 5-4-2 season. Strangely enough their sea- son ended with a tie to Peoria 6- 6. During the first half of the sea- son, the team played very well then seemed to level off near the end. The Owls had an exciting victory over Cactus 20-8, who had only lost one other game. Great de- i. ,, ...www T V ....-.1 u l 1. 5 Top left-Bobby, Randy, David, and Anthony look on the sidelines. Bottom left-Ken Brown goes for a touch down. 38 Top Right-Another great kick by Marty. ' g A If X K Q2 . ii. S . fr. igj K K .,.' 2 A i it c K pays of fense featured 2 touchdowns by Todd Reib. Key players were Ken Brown, Juan Jaurequi, Todd Reib and Larry Gonzales. At the end of the season Brown, Jaurequi, and Reib were all moved up to Varsity. ul was pleased with the 21 guys who went through pre-season, practices and the season." said Coach Beecroft. "I was very proud of the ones who stuck it out: it's very demanding." R , row-A. Jourigue, K. Brown, J . Ozuna, M. Webster, D utton, J. Bravo First row-S. Por- B. Cambell, R. Day, L. Gonzales, S. Sahuaqui. ' -.15 i -Q. . H 5 2 Season Two weeks before school starts when the sun is roasting,just like Varsity, the Freshmen football team is out on the field for prac- tice. Many sacrifices had to be made by the players, yet they worked hard and it payed offwith a 5-2 record. The most exciting game of the season was against Chaparral. With the score tied O-O and five seconds left to play their oppo- nent fumbled in the Owls end zone. The recov- ery gave the Owls the 7-O victory. As for the best game of the season it was the win over Peoria 37-14 when every player on the team was able to play. Speaking for all the coaches, Tom Cocoran said, "lt was a pleasure to work with all these young men." sw? MX iw Awvl. A9-t ix Q 5 ,N ,-slivf .off use ix. H -ua: MHS 1: ' f fbias 5-kwsmxmg in fff-'sfffl'-.iJiW1v Axis' Xs- R v Q ' N sun W g s " xt. . P . . ,w if - X g - w . i A 1 'S-1 4 ' ii ' . lf v sf it Q ' 1 it X "" f - - ...Nw .. ., ' fi .tum f... -M,.4w,.1 H K KW K x . N Asn-.fits-,,, W on WW 'tip ' 7 , if Q. Ng ,i X Ab Ji 'lv I-ww M-gsm Top tillo, Ralph Garza, Dan Chevalier, Tony Lenny Perez, Karl Johnson, Dave Miller, Paul Sarzoza, Russ Ellis, David Foulke, James Pen- nington, Russ Bynum, Second Row: Coach Trout, Coach Corcoran, Alban Gonzales, Tom Schoaf, Joe Vigil, Chad Millette, Steve Vizzerra, Glen rlardison, Jess Moreno, Tom Carroll, Keith Huckaby, Ruben Levario, Coach Peru, Row. Joe Salas borin, Ryan Peacock, Chris Castillo, Rene Ro- driguez, Dan Pearson, Dana Crujido, Amador Alvarado, Joe Leon, Bottom Row: Abel Uriate, Dave Daffern, Demitri Hunter, Don Landis, Jerry McComb, Paul Trevino, Ben Avitia, Mike Holmes, Paul Hickert, Brent Bradley. Missing: Saul Salinas, Rick Fields Henry La Top Left-Keith Huckaby on the run. Above Number 25 goes for a pass. S e c o n d place in the swimming divi- sionals in the boys' competition went to the AF swim team. John Tebbe, junior, did exceptionally well all season according to Coach Culbreth. Tebbe was the gold medalist in the 100 yard backstroke and tied for third in the 100 yard butterfly with fel- low team member, Phil Whitmore, freshman. Whitmore placed 5th in the 200 yard freestyle. Senior Norman Harres received a bronze medal in the 50 yard freestyle. David Vasiloff, junior, finished 4th in the 100 yard backstroke. Junior Matt Papworth finished 8th in the 500 yard freestyle, barely missing 7th. Freshman Tom Delaney placed 5th in the 200 yard l.M., bettering his time f Y ya . . i il 1 ind in S by three seconds. Delaney also placed 7th in the 100 yard breast- stroke ahead of sophomore Ted Bee- croft, who finished 9th, Senior Mark Reese was seeded 11th in the 100 yard butterfly and placed 9th. Reese also moved up in the 100 yard backstroke in which he was seeded 12th and placed 7th. Freshman David Shaker placed 10th in the 200 yard l.M. but was dis- qualified. Senior Shawn Brittain swam well in the 200 yard freestyle, according to Culbreth. Senior Rick Mays was the gold med- alist in the divisional competition with ienior John Pritchard close behind in th. This year's team worked hard all year, proving that their season was a success. Back Row, left to right: Mark Reese, Ted Beecrofi, Above: Senigr, John Pritchard, reaches John Tebbe, Norman Harres, David Vassiloff, Mike the sky Bell Rick Ma s Coach Sunn Culbreth, Front Row: ' I Y I Y Tom Delaney, Phil Whitmore, Scott Cote, David Shocker, Phil Schulsky, and John Pritchard. Plot Pictured: Shawn Brittain, and Matt Papworth. i Q Q t tx 3 if S t s' ' K 5 i 5 ' f 0- - Ng . is ,FFT 7 , 5,01 ,af x V wiv, Senior Rick Mays soars like a bird. Tom Delaney does his best frog imitation. Phil Whitmore strives for the finish. 'Nh 'N 41 I vi' . 5 g -fi Above, Susie Shassetz takes it to the water face first. 3 1-f , 5, Agua Fria swim team, which was led this year by Junior Stefi Rosztoczy and Sophomores Anne Shassetz and Aime Brain- ard, ended a hard fought season with a 5-6 record. The Owls, whose five losses have been within marginal amounts, spent the entire season working on team attitude and positive thinking, according to members. During divisionals exceptional efforts were given by Shassetz, who received a 2nd place medal in MHK6 Waves the 100 yard backstroke, Rosz- toczy, who won a 5rd place medal and broke a school record in the 100 yard butterfly, and Brainard, who received a lst place medal in the finals of the 50 yard freestyle competition. The girls' medley re- lay team, which consists of Kristy and Kandy Sheppard, Polly De- lany, and Lise Lorge, also demon- strated exceptional performances throughout divisionals. Sopho- mores Lisa Cote, Alicia Brockey, and Karen Hendrick were among the few AF swimmers who quali- fied for and competed in the meet's consolation round. .S Above, Stefi Rosztoczy:just like Superman! Left-Kelli Burke, Susan Shassetz, and Jodi Peroutka, three fish out of water. W I - GIRLS SWIMMING: Top Row: L to R Mrs. Davis, Kandi Sheppard, Elizabeth Weyrauch, Karen Hendrick, Polly Delaney, Kristi Sheppard, Laurie Courtney, Middle Row: Anne Shassetz, Amy Tomlinson, Jodi Peroutka, Kelli Burke, Lisa Cote, Brooke Green, Bottom Row: Sharon Yowell, Terri Russo, Stefi Rosztoczy, Alicia Brockey, Susan Shassetz, Aimee Brainard. BEST -EVER' For the first ti m e e v e r, a change occurred in volleyball atAgua Fria. Through hard work and dedication, the Owls learned how to master the sport of the game. The 1986 varsity volleyball team ended its season with an overall record of 15-8. They were the AAA Division 2 Metro Region Champi- ons and advanced to the semifin- als in the State Tournament. The varsity team consisted on only eight players whose main ob- jective was to play with a high lev- el of intensity at all times. Throughout their season the play- ers set individual and team goals that they all worked to achieve. Communication and teamwork during games and during practice were major keys to the team's suc- cess. The major accomplishments of their season included receiving second place in the Chandler lnvi- I tational, being second in their league, becoming Division Cham- pions and being the first Agua Fria Volleyball team to reach the AAA State Semi-finals. All State selec- tions were first team Jennifer Rod- ers 'unior and honorable men- Q 'J I tion Gina Syverson, junior and Chicky Johnson, sophomore. The team's success can also be credited to their loyal and devoted fans. The fans could be seen and heard at all of the home games and many of the away games. They were present at the Division Tournament and went as far as Tucson to root them on at the State Tournament. The team would like to extend their sincere thanks to all of those people who believed in them. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: Top Row-Coach Ar- nott Duncan, Liz Luquez, Gloria Villasana, Joanne Towey, Denise Parisi, Stacy Newell, Kris Andrews, Coach Mahon. Bottom Row- 44 if N. W if 3 Coach Kathleen Guthrie, Julia Price, Gina Sy- verson, Jennifer Rogers, and Chicki John- SOD. - The crowd shows their moral support for our volleyball team. 1 ,QWUPN 1 1 u his nu I it Q l Top Above: Chicki Johnson and Gina Syver- son block a hit for the score. Above: All-State Selections Jennifer Rogers, First Team, Gina Syverson and Chicki Johnson, Honorable Mention. Q ,W Q A K- if . . 5 1 L 151 I , 53 ' 11 J ., . A f, 1 , - , W -.-.Ah "' f 1 Above: Coach Mahon after a game versus Lake Havasu. Top Above: Junior Jennifer Rogers sets up the play for the Owls. Youngest ever Dominated by freshmen and sophomores, this year's J.V. Volleyball team was the youngest ever. The attempt to build a strong program gave five freshmen a chance to play on the J.V. level where they would get more experience than on the freshmen squad. For the young girls, improvement came with ev- ery game. Coach Guthrie was very pleased with her team and saw lots of potential. There are some players bound to go to the varsity level. 1 - I H . gy ggi 1 . . eggiw --fwgfxf . 57, AQ,Q2:3"e.,. xv.: X W, --if . ,Mei wi ' L R C X V .,, , Above: Sophomore Andrea Armenta, sets the ball up for a kill. Above right, Julliett C3l'l'lOl'l SCYVCS 3nOthCl' ECC. i ,f f""N L swat :QS ,ft Q ,J J.V. VOLLEYBALL: Front Row: L to R Hyundung Kim, Julia Price, Kristy Garber, Julliett Carrion, Kristy White, Middle Row: Susan Hunt, Davina Astorga, Gloria Villasana, Yella Johnson, Top Row: Coach Mike Mahon, Alicia Perez, Andrea Armenta, Lorrain Ramos, Mgr. Yolanda Valdez. Hot Pictured: Coach Kathleen Guthrie and Coach Arnott Duncan team U .Met Goals Faced with in- experience and five freshmen play- ing on J.V. left the 1986 team with a chal- lenge. Goals were set at the beginning of the season improve with every game. the end of the season the had met their goals even Below, Coach Guthrie, flashes an early morn- ing smile on the way to Kingman. Below left, Freshmen, HyunJung Kim and Juliett Carri- on have fun on the way to Kingman. Far Be- low, Freshman Yella Johnson, sleeps and dreams of chocolate chip cookies. though they didn't have a winning record. The most consistent play- ers on the team were Lisa Clay and Kelly Crouch, the majority of the setting was done by Ida Elizondo. Contributing players were Kather- ine Brown, Elisa Doyle, Shelly I Green, Belinda Trotter, and Leila Wodey. 3 , I ' . X. FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Standing: L to R Shelly Greer, Belinda Trotter, Coach Spears, Julie Duhon, Elisa Doyle, Leila Wooley Kneeling: Gimi Glover, Jackie White, Aida Elizondo, Shawna Kahne Sitting: Kathryn Brown, Kelly Crouch. X old y O Stron est ev r O Its the strdiigest team lve had in four years and l am sure it IS the best in Agua Fna histo- coach Dave Clark This years boys team ended with a 5-9 re- cord were fourth in their division and seventeenth in state Most valuable player of the year was team captain Don Shilliday who also set a school record in the 2.2 mile run with a time of 18-58 The entire team was psyched up to make it a successful season they set goals and strived hard to boy s team are Seniors Burke Al- belda Shavim Bnttam Stephen Butler Scott Cote Ricardo Vas- quez and Don Shilllday Juniors- John Peeples Chns Spicer and freshmen Kevin Stout and Paul Veilleux O 0 99 Q C do 6 S9 . . ry," said boys' Cross Country achieve them. Members of the BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: Kneeling-Paul Veil- leux, Kevin Stout, John Peebles, Chad Spicer, Standing-Shawn Brittain, Don Shilli- 48 day, Coach Clark, Burke Albelda, Ricardo Vasquez, Steve Butler 'JW' his Paul gives it all he's got. John, Rico, and Jeff before the meet 5-..f4 Holding Strong This year's girls' Cross Country team faced many problems yet they held strong and did whatever it took so they could compete. Lack of participation put pressure on the few team members, but they were always trying and im- proving. Top runners were juniors Paula Lira and Katie Rivera. Most dedicated runner was senior Julie Levario, who never missed a prac- tice and even fin- ished the last mile of a race with only one shoe. The lady run- ner's season ended with a 5-5 record, which for having been around for only three years and competing against tougher Division I teams, was a disadvantage but it was the best team AF has ever had. ,M X L GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY: Left to Right- Col- Sarah Snook, Paula Lira, Coach Lyall leen Adney, Katie Rivera, Julie Levario, Top left: Colleen concentrates on the meet -una Above: Coach Lyall gives Sarah a pep talk. Varsity bad- minton ended its season with a 4-8 record at the Di- visional Tournament held at Chapparal High School on Oct. 29 and 50. A Good effort in singles was shown by senior Vicki Densford and junior Suzy rlirth. The dou- bles teams of juniors Collette Humphrey and Juanita Miranda and sophomore Laura Densford and senior Ruth Grumbling also displayed outstanding effort. V. Densford returned the second day to compete for fifth or sixth place, but lost to Chapparal 9-11, 6-11. L. Densford and Grumbling lost a tough match to south Moun- Strives to Win tain 10-15, 15-6, 1-5 on Wed., Oct. 29, and returned Thurs. to chal- lenge Trevor Browne. They lost in a split match 9-1, 9-15, 15-10, 155- 15. 'lThere was big improvement in everybody's skills and game play from the beginning of the season to the end of the season," said Coach Diane McPeak. JV badminton ended its season with a record of 6-6. Those playl on the JV squad were senior Lisa Rutherford, juniors Diane Glad hart, Rebecca Ozuna, Francinel mos, Robin Scott and Renae I cinda Lopez. "l expected to see a lot of go things next year," cnnclud McPeak. Senior Lisa Rutherford sees a shot Tonya Zavala, concentrates on playing de fense ii .. L - - .-it an .:-Ig ,. ,N . K s 1 S -13 . Varsity Badminton Owls Opponent I5 Westwood 6 2 Chandler 7 I5 . Horizon 6 O H South Mt. 9 2 Trevor Browne 7 0 Carl Hayden 9 8 Maryvale 1 7 Coronado , 2 0 Chaparral 9 1 Trevor Browne 8 6 Saguaro 5 4 Camelback 5 A I E, V :ff 7' '-1-ixmslwlf if -. wa- 'L -- i M -ff A-tg:-. .X 7: -.1 .:. i. HQ.:- 5' ' 55i?gimir55r,Qss,,31r15 -:qmwzfs .saw i Xl, Q., ,msgsv gltrs- . , :, 1, flak., -f --A--st.: :V ,ss,'E,l,,Afii:f2'ZfE- rw, is . ,, ,, fy Qriwgy 'im gn.. M' fill. it JV Badminton 6-6 Owls Opponent 1+ Westwood 5 6 Chandler 25 1 Horizon 8 6 South Mt. - 5 1 Trevor Browne 8 1 Carl Hayden 8 8 Maryvale 1 6 Coronado 5 4 Chaparral 8 4 Trevor Browne 5 5 Saguaro 4 5 . Camelback 4 5 . j 9 fiilifiivi' , f A i,f'Qf' A 4--- yy - ! f srr- 1 1 rlrr at or f lf,' K Q 3 WW get Hangs Tough By, Juanita Miranda The 86-87 AF J.V. Softball team ended its record of 8-8 and a league record of 6-4. "We had a very strong predominantly freshman team," commented JV Softball Coach Linda Phillips. The team encountered many tough opponents through the season, The toughest teams though were Yuma and Alhambra with the results being 15-173, Q1-115, and 49-141, K5-81 respectively. Freshman Gloria Villasana was chosen as the team's most valuable player and the most improved award went to sophomore Kristi Garber. For every perfect game the girls were rewarded with a red or grey shoelace. At the end of the year Gloria Villasana, Juliet Carrion, and Monica A. Hernandez had acquired two sets of shoelaces. SCHSOTI Wlth HH CVCI1 overall The Varsity softball team finished their 86-87 season losing in the divisional semi-finals to Peor- iaby only one run. The girls had a rough season not playing any teams in their division. Consider- ing thls advantage they wound up with a 6-18-1 record. The team was very strong. Girls chosen for All Division first team were Stacy Newell-Second Base, and Catherine Tonkinson-Designated rlitter. Those chosen for All-Division second team were Alicia Perez-Third Base, Blanca Villasana-Shorb stop, Regina Johnson-Pitcher, JoAnne Towey- Catcher, and Cursity Johnson-Out-field. The teams talent didn't stop here. Catherine Tonkinson was chosen as the Most Valuable Play- er. Regina Johnson had the highest batting aver- age. Alicia McAnally was voted Most Improved Player. i i VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Blanca Villasana, Dina Astorga, Joanne Towey, Cry stal Dale, Julie Levario. Middle Row: Vicki Densford, Alicia McAnally, Catherine Tonkinson, Curisty Johnson, Liz Luquez, Bobbie Jo Boit. Back Row: Coach Stephens, Kathy Gage, Regina Johnson, Alicia Perez, Stacy Newell, Coach CJ Stevens. ERA J.V. SOFTBALL TEAM: Sitting: Tracy Denning, Rose Ann Lega, Kristi Garber, Juliet Carrion, Susan Rienhart. Kneeling: Dawn Steele, Monica Hernandez, Raquel Cavasos, Gloria Villa- sana. Standing: Elise. Doyle tmanageri, Kandi Sheppard, Kristi Sheppard, Patti Galindo, Coach Phillips, and April White tmanageri. sk fy . N, 1+ 7 n.9,,,,,.W.-M-,A-ww, lanca tries to put the tag on itch. Juliet winds up to pitch he base. Nm . 5 , 1-.:,iXg X if S M X an . 'S ..L... ,xx x Q X HS? X a N rx 5 t X f vw ff s ti.,-.i.t...,.......s,-N.N...s...,iW,t. --fmsm.MmN-s.VsaXe.mmM H+ . VVL' 1 Qi L-, .LLLZZ iii - Q C. A iiz c . iii.. ' ,::,, W Q C .L,E . The Agua Fria 1986-87 soc- cer season was a successful one, ac- cording to Coach Mike Mahon. "We did well, bet- ter than expected." I The team almost made it to state. Their record was 8-6. Teamplayer Neil Taylor said I 'lThere was no individual work. It was a team effort." Some of the awards given were Senior Gene Barton, most improved, junior Neil Taylor, most valuable de- l fensep Lupe Perada, most valu- able offensive player: Alex Per- ada, freshman, leading scorer with 10 goals: and senior, Bill Wolski, outstanding goalie. Success 8-6 Coach Mahon commented, l'We have a lot of returning play- ers for next year. We should have a good team." On the junior varsity level, Coach Horen felt, "We did well. We had a perfect 500 season." The team had the same num- ber of goals against them as they scored. This year's record was 4 wins, 4 losses, and 1 tie. Leading goal scorer was Danny Ozuna, leading midfielder was Bobby Garcia, and leading defender was Eric Gon- Zales. Coach rloren further stated, l'We did real well, and I hope for a perfect season next year." VARSITY SOCCER TEAM: Fourth Row: David Babb, Robbie Tainter, Bill Wolski, Brad Don hue, and Todd Rudolph. Third Row: Coach Daryl Rigsby, Don Shilliday, Craig Hans, Bob Lettieri, Alban Gonzales, Neil Taylor, and Coach Mike Mahon. Second Row: Emeric Gonzal Gene Barton, Matt Papworth, Mike Ayerza, Preston Withers, Front Row: Shawn Brittain J Mercy, Kevin Ritchey, Lupe Perada, Alex Perada, Ben Velez. JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER TEAM: Standing: Coach lcloren, Sean Crawley, Alex Nicholas, Brian Moreno, Bobby Garcia, David Vasiloff. Kneeling: Danny Ozuna, Kelly Fowler, Mike Ozuna, David Shilliday, Eric Gonzales. Sitting: Curt Wichers, Suzy Shassetz, Roman Vasquez, Jerry Callands. wi I 1 ,,,,,,,,v...,,,, ,,,, -Al 2 ' , F ., Ni' I ,f"""cii"'F"', "' "' Q N ' ' iigwifgigtgiwiiil iiii 1 ff fjwi , wf K .1-mQ5we-un.: f--will K 5 ' A S i 2 3 Nm. Q., ,. C, .. CQ cwA.xi'i'f" in 1- H """ K 'f A is fi 'av-fu' ii' Q4 xx W., .4 ,. , - Q i . 2 W C, . ,. Q walks' mlb X44-QXFJQ wiki! " f ,U '51 Q ' A Q1 i3,,,iU,g'Ql R. i.ahXSws,.i,iR,s S S 5 K 'K 91 - "3 P ff H- t - i - 3 , fix 1' 5 l . X v--c W- N c,,, ga nf-V. im 'Q -ni--xL Mi Above: Junior, Patrick Hall, concentrates intensely n the t 0 cour . Right: Steve Betzhold, senior, reaches the basket as the Owls reach another victory. ,ti 5 i 1--4' Reach P1ayo1Ts By: Vanessa Haney The 1986-87 Var- sity Owl Basketball Team started out the season with a record of 4-6 in the league and 7-15 over all for the season. The team suffered in the begin- ning due to illnesses, injuries, and players joining the team late because of football, but was able to improve as the season pro- gressed. Coach Wayne Bateman said 'The season didn't go as well as we'd hoped, but l'm still im- pressed with the team's talented efforts." The team was well-balanced in ability, but Senior, Jeff Peters and Junior, Patrick I-lall, both had an especially good season, accord- ing to Coach Bateman. Though most of the star play- ers will be graduating Coach Ba- teman believes that the remain- ing players will provide the nucle- us for a strong team for the up- coming year. 'MBIS emors make a Splash My Most Memorable Moment Was: Jeff Peters "The Sunnyslope game." Michael Vizzera "When I blocked a shot into the stands." Tom Cluff "When the Mohave radio announcer said I was a lousy football player and still played football on the court." Tom Pennington "Making Varsity and my high point game against Carl Hayden." as V WEGA FRI4 QBUAFRIJ l'5Efg'4 Q '51 31 J ' 1 leulwu 'isulrnimwllggmf klillml - 15 S 12 1 is X 5 k . 1 f S pn ww 5 Q If . xii: -X ' "' - X 5? :ww .Q XX Q1 X x X Q X X X X N X - 2,1 1 f . X3 Nj X Q ax N N '-X , X ix X K A X K 5 X l y X xx ' X N Y xii? .- K 9+ X X . XX. ,I 1 L A X 1, W Q, f E, X ,X - XX K W 4 XX - X . XJ .- -F- Q ' XX XXMXWX is ,. if 3 ,sn N si. - 59,5 X5 f 'P F? , gg. 5. L -:ff X X Kg- XX iz .gl ,uit 555 Ekgxfgg,-1 u "Q A "Q fiii fix k fu' zgggsw , - J 5 'E ' sriiggswa X X- M A 'X :F 3 h XX- X SW S 'QR 'r . X If XS. 2 -XX X Nw 'sw - N Q X R X w ,Xe .LN .X , T Q XXXXX 44' if K Sm 6C ,l if - 'Below Right: Sophomore John Graham holds his opponent to the line. Below: Sideline strategy gives the J.V. Owls their 4 . .. . . Fight Till End By: Brooke Green Enthusiasm, hard work, and lead- ership-these brought the boys junior varsity basketball team through a hard fought season, ending with a record of 7-15. Benji Casteneda, Steve Brown, and Eddie Solis lead the team in scoring. "These boys kept the team alive and hoping when times got tough," said Coach Wayne Descombes. John Graham, Mark Lam- brecht, Ted Beecroft, and Shaughn Ahart were out most of the season due to injuries and illnesses. "Having John and Mark out for the season had an effect on our record," stated Des- combes. Other key players that contri- buted to the team were sopho- mores Gary Barnes and Dan Slage. Juniors Randy Duncan, Danny Dew, Ryan Lee, and Steve Snavely also contributed to the team. "The team worked very hard this year and there was consider- able improvement throughout the season," concluded Coach Descombes. ESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: Back Row By: Brooke Green The mighty fight- ing Owls' freshman boys' basketball team ex- perienced many successes this season compiling a 15 win-5 loss record. The team con- sisted of 15 players and was coached by Bill Leinart. Two of three losses for the young Owls were by a sin- gle point, while most of the wins had a scoring margin of 20 points. Coach Leinart was very pleased with his team's performance all season. "Certainly our win-loss record speaks for itself, but the real success story of our boys was the individual improve- ment and team work developed that war- rants credit. At this stage we wanted to develop an aggressive defense andteam offensive abilities that will prepare our players for the caliber of basketball they X x NLE 4 owns Y Ike, Russ Bynum, Eddie Haggerman, dle Row: Eric Trumbull, Tom Schoaf, nt Row: Andy Ruiz, Keith Huckaby, and Awesome 5 .5 Strong Future By: Anne Shassetz Varsity Wrestling team ended a very suc- cessful season with a 6-5-1 record according to coach Danny Hernandez. "The team has been very strong in the past and continues to be stronger in the future. I was really pleased at how well our young kids did. lt's nice to do so well with such a young team." Coach Danny Hernan- dez said. The varsity wrestling did quite well at divisionals with Brett Yohe Divi- sional Champ and Eddie Cunning- ham second. Third place holders were Conrad Jaramello and Raman Perez. 'tThe team is losing two important varsity wrestlers," quoted coach Her- nandez. Baron Payton and Brett Yohe. Yohe was team captain and State Fi- nalist. Yohe and Payton are four-year letterman and are important assets to the team. Jessie Ortiz a junior wrestler says, "He is proud of the wrestling team and its accomplishments. l'm largely looking forward toward next year be- cause we are going to be excellent." ln the future wrestling looks very strong and it continues to gain more recognition." said coach Hernandez. Net it , - 1.1 F- K an 7 ,S -w K . - Q- .1-.-systems.:- . A I 'Qa- Fnrst Row- Joe Leon, Demetrius Hunter, Conrad J. Jaramillo, Steve Troy Jelinek, Ramon Perez, Nick Hernandez, Jesse Ortiz, Brett Veerapen, Angel DeLeon, Toby Sullivan, Barron Payton, Danny Go- mez, Billy Beach Second Row- Harvey Pedigrew, Amador Alvarado, Ruben Levario, George Orona, Rene Rodriquez, Buck Simington, vid Woodward, Ralph Garza Third Row- John Anderson, Tony Cluff, Raul Rod Eddie Cunningham, Sean Forsythe, Juan Ramos, David Estrada fm, , it 'il x- M,-1 nga eniors make a plash Mx Most Memorable 'timmwlll WdS: " hx 'K kms x h- , r Brett Yohe 1 "The season " A K if' coming to a e , f disappointing i,,, ,, Barron Payton ' .- s' i-o- 'Winning an Fi ,Q F , important match Q at Buckeye against Mohave." iii P -s of , as f ' ' K , Q i - at J . As , Juan Ramos "Getting pinned in 16 seconds." George Orona "Winning my first match, since it was the first time I eiier wrestled." 4,-an The Freshmen girls tennis record may not show success but their goals were reached and the team had fun in doing so. As for the boys team they were beginners. According to Coach Carlson all the girls worked hard and really learned the sport of tennis. The entire team was able to play all season. One of the highlights of the season was the last game when the young Owls defeated Coronado who they had previously lost to twice. This put the season ending on a victory. Key player on the team was Colette Davis, who was the 41 player all year. All the girls improved their game throughout the season. The 1986 Freshmen tennis team was made lessons for several years. Reach Goals up of the most inexperienced players in the past 13 years. lt proved to be both a challenge and a frustration. ln the beginning of the season there were 11 players but the season ended with an 8 man team. Outstanding players were Eddie Hager- man and Matt Eichorn. The season record was 1-9, but the success or failure of beginning tennis is on records. The main purpose of freshmen tennis is to give a coach a chance to work one on one with 'the team and make it an enjoyable and satisfying experience so they will continue on to the J.V. and Varsity levels. In that respect the season was a success. Coach Shilliday would like to see the team playing more schools like Tolleson, Peoria, and Trevor Browne, rather than the Scottsdale schools where most of the players have had 'al .- V.. - . - 2 A . V ,J N, an ,Ni , . Above right, Freshman, April White reaches high for a smash. Above, Anji Rice almost gets the ball over the net. 'J Q . WNiie tt- Standing: left to right, Coach Carlson, Collette Davis Jennifer Koppelman Anja Rice White, Eunice Taylor, Kneeling: Janie Mee and Stacie Ribbetts , ,gw xN Em ,Rf Standing: Matt Eichorn, Ken Coach Don Shilliday. www wwf above, ove, Freshman puts his all into his re- . K O . 1. 4 1' 1 X f 1-:X -- .i A X:-K. .,f:E..I 'C' 5 ' -1? -Qg. .K , , A. A -'A' i' J sy A L .C L.A- 1 .. - -A ' YW Q - Ulf. - , ' . . ..l , x.-'z-.cg:.Tf'?-S3i'?' f' -5" ffyfst Senior, Derrick Mellon gets out ofa sand trap for a good putting position. Left, 1986 Boys' Golf Team proudly displays their State Champion- ship Trophy. Sta-te Qhamps h i s year's boys' golf team fin- ' ished the season undefeated in divi- sion play, gaining a Metro Regional Cham- pionship for the second year in a row. The Owls' greatest accom- plishment had to be their State Championship victory that was captured by this year's squad. Coming from behind six strokes, the Owls topped Arcadia by one shot to win the state title. Both Divisionals and State were held on the Owls home course at the Wig- wam Country Club. The Owls played their best match of the season by stunning Saguaro. For the Owls, the squad's ViCtOl'y score of 196 was the best score from AF since the 1975 state champs. The Owls, who are coached by Wayne Bateman and assisted by Ken Reed, had a very young squad this year with only three seniors. Coach Bateman said he is pleased with the improvement his team made over last year's 10th place showing in state. Dan Slagle, Steve Densford, Heil Taylor, Front row, from lelt, Andy Hillison, Chris , John Buttemiller, Baran Schmidt, -6 th in- -S ta te 'The team had a good season and l think the girls are looking forward to next year already" said girls' golf coach, Richard Schreiber. Since there are only thirteen teams in the state, no divisionals were held prior to the state tourna- ment November 6 and 7. AF fin- ished 6th out ofthe 12 teams com- peting for the state title. Senior Shannon Wilson has been the number one player all 'gear and had the best score for the wls. She finished approximately 20th in the state, according to Schreiber. The number 2 player, sophomore, Crista Lair, had the best score behind Wilson. A newcomer on the team, Crista Snider, Freshman, was the third ranked golfer on the team. Final members on the team which traveled to the Pueblo El Mi- rage Course for State Champion- ships, are Sophmore Melanie Espil, and Senior liathrine Tonkin- son, respectively. Senior Catherine Tonkinson shows her put ting form and a smile. , -"W 1 eeling hreib Krista Snider, and Christa Lair. Florence Bebee, Standing Cleft to rightl: Melanie Espil, Catherine Tonkinson, Coach Neil gets a good hit. ,1- Wendy gets a little wet at a Key Club car wash. I' . V K 'ii' i ffm I. ' 1 M QE, Q, - X x Q we r 1 X It is - , 1,53k:5:,f-:iff L. ,,., ...... I1i5Sic2re,if-'f.f4fr if 1-is -.., .f sm . 'ffisfi it .l-..' E 55 2 X E:k,iAlE,r? .sig-:,4E5f1 Q V - .gs S ,,,..-- Come on Tim show us those pearly whites. Mikejust LOVES being in the band!!! i ,, , 71 w - 3, , y A W sf V M 'A 5 WN Q ,,,,..ua. sf A I ,,,, -13-nm , or , ,, , t 5 Si 'ii x E' S t ,fi Randy poses for a picture before going to photo class. 3 Paudma is very active in the high school clubs. pf? By: Greg Huyck The Agua Fria Owls pom - pon line had an award-winning exper- ience at the National Cheerleading Associ- ations camp this sum- mer. The camp, which was held at ASU, attracted many high school Pom lines around the state. During the girls four day, stay each participated in aerobic activities along with a variety of dances and routines which they were taught and later M evaluated on. The squad was award- ed a lst place trophy along with a superior rib- bon for their home rou- tine to "You Spin Me Round." They were also awarded 45 blue ribbons and 5 red. On the last day of camp, Senior Stacy New- ell finished as a nominee to participate in the Hula Bowl in Hawaii. She re- ceived this nomination for all around attitude and behavior. Co - Captain Yolanda Gonzales, 5rd year. Shannon Ciarrels, 2nd year. E Q ' f '1 c , B f f ' ' S - f ' Il.. Kmis sta-wMeEtt.f.mc.L. M J -X A ,, . px! , V ,xx N X 1, 5 . 41 H' 7i..cc li ......,,,.A, "Stay off my blue suede shoes!" Stacy poses for a picture as Kerri spaces out. Top row - Kirsten Barber, Stacy Newell, Lisa Leonhardt, Kerri Barber. Middle row - Yvonne DeCort, Heather Williams, Yolanda Gon- zales. Bottom row - Stacy Rose, Julie Morrison, Cindy Early, Stefani Taylor, Shannon Garrels. YW Surprise, Julie!!! Say 'XCHEESEV' 3 t I 5 1 IW K v. 'S if - Shannon and Kirsten practice Yolanda takes a break. at camp. -Z' it '86 - '87 Pom line takes time out from camp at ASU to pose for a picture. R59 'I' By: Greg Huyck This was a great year for the '86 - '87 cheer- leaders! At the National Cheerleading Associ- ation's summer camp at ASU, the line captured an award for accomplish- ment and enthusiasm called a "Spirit Stick." The Owls' cheer squad, which is headed by senior Diana Vasquez, fa. xo was in the top ten squads for camp performance and numerous blue and red ribbons. To quote junior cheer- leader, Sue Bee Hirth, ul think camp was very beneficial this year be- cause it helped us to work better as a squad and so many awards real- ly made us look forward to a fun filled year." l' Top to bottom: Diana Vasquez, Suzy Hirth, Melani Espil, Erin Marshall, Amber White, Karen Hendrick lOwlJ, Crista Lair, and Debbie Coons, Captain Diana Vasquez, second year, senior ' "' ...-:fi We're Striving For State!! 3 ,, Looking good, Dee Dee!! Erin scarfing at camp. in 'eff' , 6' 5 is ,,,,, f ' . , , qw? 4, Q ,, in Hello Mr Owiil lsn't Crista mf1y7' Stretching out before a big game By: Kirsten Barber Junior Varsity cheer has seen an incredibly active year. They stayed busy by having early morning practices at 7:00 A.M., and making posters and banners for the J.V. football team. They also performed a half time dance during one of the J.V. basketball games. Freshman cheer- leaders were very active at the freshman football and basketball games. They helped generate spirit and enthusiasm at North Campus. Let's get it together! 5 as .X 1.51 Jenny shows her owl pride. Katy's working hard They finally got it together. Charissa in action. ' M05 JIEL' Freshman Cheer: Top to bottom: captain Alexia Barton, Robin Cons, Polly Jesse, Marcia Mareno, Marine Murphy, Jenny Bridges, managers: Stacy Payner, Cher Pecora, Tiffany Tucker, Valeri Crue. Nc X 1 . X it . , K "Don't fall!!" "Aren't we cute?" Frosh cheer line setting up to do a halftime mount. Freshman cheer line perform a cheer at their first pep-assembly NlAl2G-Wfv ENN? by Jennifer Malody This year the band par- ticipated in many events. "The schedule was hec- tic, but we made it through", commented band member lmelda Cachin. Along with play- ing at all the home games, the band trav- eled to Cactus and North High schools and also participated in Band Day at N. A. U.. Agua Fria has also made a strong showing in the Billy Moore, Homecoming, and Tucson parades and in an appearance at the Arizona State Fair. Along with parades and football games, the band must concentrate on the concert season. The traditional winter concert practices often conflict with the football team's advancement in the play-offs, leaving lit- tle, or no time, for re- hearsal. Through much dedica- tion and hard work, Agua Fria's Marching Band made this year's calen- dar of events a success- ful one. Above: Michelle Osterfeld. BQIOW' Band Members 'is' Above: Darren Anderson. ten intently. sis, MARCHING BAND: Seated: Mr. Faris, sponsor, Mrs. Goodwin sponsor, Yolanda Gonzales, Stacy Rose, Kirsten Barber, Stephanie Taylor, Heather Williams, Lisa Leonhardt, Tiri Chatfield, Stacey Newell, Kerri Barber, Yvonne DeCort, Julie Morrison, Shannon Oarrels, Cindy Early, Miss Anderson, sponsor. First Row: Christine Coffman, Heather Wagner, Chammy Contreras, Kyra Wray, Michelle French, Yvonne Madrid, Becky Osterfeld, Jenny Wh'tJ'G'I'tt'Ed At VI'E lIJhlS'hFI le, esslca IQIO I, na Sorga, aerie vers0 , 3 aa mit , Orence Beebe, Rosemary Salazar, Michelle Osterfeld, Imelda Cachin, Barbra Crumley. Second Row: Carria Shenandoah, Sandra Baum, Vanessa Arnac, Tiina Edwards, Kelly Green, Rene Espinoza, Denise Duniec, Pam Kerezman, Scott Adams, Liz Luquez, Lyn Ellis, Lisa Baldock, Darren Anderson, Julia Price, Toni Cabral, Brenda Downing, Peggy Moore. Third Row: Paula Arellano, Chris Hendrickson, Steve Roehling, Chris Reichart, Tcd Beecrofl, Alma Bryand, Scott Cote, Dan Onstad, Reggie Espinoza, Mike Chavez, Mike Mikus, Phil Shulsky, Manuel Villa, Jason Shelton, Mike Bell, Sabrina Lighthill. Band first row left to right Jodi Becker Sharon Yowl Judy Cachm Sandra Nichole Adams Second row Rick O Brien Laurie Courtney April White Karen Bob Murdock Third Row Natasha Allen David Daffelzn Dawn Holder Tamra Palm- Will Thatcher and sponsor Mr Faris Fourth Row David McDaniel Brien Vorhees Karl wake up, Phimi!! Left: Michelle Osterfeld makes sweet music on her sax. Valerie Eversoll listens attentively. Dan Onstad plays proudly before the Agua Fria audi- ence. 77 869 0 by Jennifer Malody This year's Flag Corps added the visual effects to the music played in the half-time shows and parades. Being in Flag Corps requires persis- tence and determination. Often times the mem- bers must arrive at school as early as 7:00 a.m. for the early morn- ing practices. Flag Corps is open to anyone who wishes to try out. "All it takes is a like for what you're doing", said sponsor Miss Ander- son, "The members must be responsible and willing to learn." Criven only about one week before the first foot- ball game, the members must work hard to memorize routines. Al- though the work is chal- lenging, the majority of the members enjoy it, and the members of the Flag Corps choose to show their spirit through hard work and dedica- tion. N- 5 8 5' li- E was Front Row: Paula Arellano, sponsor Miss Anderson Sabrina Lighthill Back Row Sandra Baum, Barbra Crumbley, Christine Coffman Peggy Moore and Carrie Shannondoah 'SM4-N-mnvzyqs, by Jennifer Malody Hoot-n-Dandies, also known as the 'lPep" band, consists of mem- bers of the Marching band who enjoy showing off their spirit and tal- ents. Playing at pep as- semblies, all home bas- ketball games and the traditional Red and Grey game, these band mem- bers help to generate spirit among the crowd. While cheering with the crowd, the "Pep" band is also helping our team become more involved. Shouts and cries can be heard coming from this group of young musi- cians as they show a Usplash of spirit" which differs from the rest. - t What's the matter, Mel???? ing games. Hoot' n Dandies First Row fleft to rightlz Scott Cote, Tina Edwards, Vanessa Arnic, Chris Hendrickson, Chris Reigh- art, Ted Beecroft, Mike Bell, Steve Roghling, Dan Onstad, Tiri Chatlield Second Row: Heather Wagner, Michelle French, Chammy Contreras, Kyra Wray, Rosemary Salazar, Toni Cabral, Imelda Cachin, Liz Luquez, Jessica Gigliotti, Valerie Eversoll, Jahala Smith, Brenda Downing, Florence Beebe, Pam Rerezman, Manuel Villa, Michelle Osterfeld Third Row: Barbara Crumley, Denise Duniec, Mike Chavez, Lisa Baldock, Mike Mikus, Edna Astorga, Scott Adams, Jen- ny White, Alma Bryant, Rene Espinosa Q X Rene, left, and Reggie Espin- oza, below, work hard dur- Gvdokilg I 3-1 ...J The Concert Choir, Madrigals, and the Fresh- men chorus group had several successful con- certs this year, some of which were at Maryvale Mall and the State Capi- tal where they received cheers from attentive lis- teners. They sang many classic Christmas songs and other lively tunes. The Concert Choir has the usual tenor, bass, alto and soprano sec- tions. They always have impressive performances sung in four part har- mony. The Madrigal Singers, an ensemble group, are the elite of choirs. The freshmen are beginning singers, but are on their way to the top. W 1 ff 5 .vi Lorie Lewis and Lisa Ruther- ford sing a pretty Christmas tune. The bass section at their great- est. Choralaires: First Row-Debbie Davis, Dawn Mullan, Cruz Ortiz Jennifer Holm, Inez Rosas, Dawnia Young, Elayne Keith. Second Row-Michelle Gallyer, Debbie McCullough, Pam Landon, Vicky Kindle, Shelby Pierce, Valerie Cruz, Gwen Richmond. Third Row Mr. Faris, Lisa Phillips, David McDaniel, Alban Gonzales, Jose Cabral, Amador Alvarado, Kristina Hurst. PGSCWW 5 as .i M. .F The 1986-87 Chorus during rehearsal. The Choir under the direction of John Faris. ,LA N Mfffqf. The 1986-87 Las Cam- de Agua Fria Handbell Choir has had very successful year. the members played well and are pride directorJohn s. The Daybreakers and lybirds are other choirs at Agua a. According to Mr. they too have had ting year. The choirs played a exci lb variety of music but most emphasis was on Christ- mas music. Handbells are bells of different pitches ranging in an average of five oc- taves. They are rung to- gether to form musical chords. lt takes much concentration and skill to perfect one song and the Las Campanas are known nation-wide for their expertise ringing. L..JL '-1 Handbells: Standing: Mr. Faris, Becky Osterfeld, Jenny Jessica Gigliotti, Jahala Smith, Lucynda Lopez, Kalyn Cons, Albelda, Seated: Anne Shassetz, Kelly Green. V, ..,,,,, f f 1, -. ' , f I ,7, V ' ' ' , X ' ,.,,,, 1 A ' .' ' fn Q' I ' V 5' V eh- 4 22 3 ,awww , K: Vg- I K... . it ' .Vg t V - f V- VZ- 'Q A 4 'Q ' 1- 2-. 4, V"r V, . ' 'A A wg 2. 1 I D 1? ,,. f, I A ,L Left: Mr. Faris enjoys handbell practice. Top: Juniors Dianne Gladhart and Colette Humphrey take a break from playing bells. Freshmen Handbell Choir: Standing: Lisa Cooley, Natasha Allen, Molly Cable, Karen Koontz, Tammy Dew, Laurie Cort- ney, April White, Jenny Bridges, Aasma Magbool, Seated: Su- san Shassetz, Judy Cachin Las Campanas: Front Row: Melissa Woolf, Liza Weyrauch, Lisa Greer, Kris Rayner, Sarah Cohen, Kathy Arnold, Anne Billingsly, Vanessa Haney. Top Row: Kelly Simmons, Colette Humphrey, John Faris, Alma Bryant, Francine Ramos, Knot pictured Dianne Gladhartl I I- RA M A G! ffl? r ll 2-4fgC'gp 9 QV Q7 By: Andrea Amator The Drama Club is made up of members who enjoy acting. Be- sides acting, they also learn how to apply stage makeup, set design, ana- lyze characters, and how to relay different emo- tions to the audience. Thespians is another organization in which ac- tors and actresses can get involved. The stu- a certain number of hours in various areas of the theatre. After the members have gained all the hours needed to be- come a Thespian, they are then initiated, and enrolled in the organiza- tion. This year the Drama Club performed 2 plays, Our Hearts are Young and Gay and The Girl in dents have got to collect the Mirror. TRY 3 DRAMA CLUB: Top Row: Heather Detleave , larlco, Paul Luelllg, Ann Davoie, Chrissy Jen- Lanny Lighthill, Todd Daggert, Jason Clark, kins, and Byron Judge Front Row: Katy Mack, Shannon Wilson, Mary Kennedy, Colin Yohe, Tina Beyle, Carolyne Beyle, Pascal Brown, Kathy Burger, and Kathy Arnold. Middle Row: Charlotte Dawsey, Sarah Cohen, Angela Ta- Marsha really has to think about this one. .3-na. Brian McQuay is checking out this doll. ig Wgvfshw . E N SQA, Q . , 5 H its if Y me was UT' I just don't care what you think, so there. Charlotte Dawsey finds this book very interesting. X Qgg S saiiiiigigfi Charlotte 5taQQ5f and Tifi Chatfield- Matt is totally amused by himself. Mr. Judge. Guilty or innocent? "-1 "Hey Ann, check this out," says Zack. 'Tie did it." UNO, she did it." .5 Why me? A simple solution to a com mon problem. FRESHMEN DRAMA CLUB: Top Row: Cheryl Minicks, Stacey ESPIANS: Top Row: Judge. Bottom Row: Kathy Bufihf Susan 'Wilt' Angie Ric? Lighthill, Todd Dag- Arnold, Sarah Cohen, aho mth Stamp? Cmdy Bums' D" Shannon Wilson, An- Tiri Chatfield. ann? C0rraIeJo, Tammy Dew, and Talaricol and Mr, Curlsty Johnson. Middle Row: Ja- mie Moore, Lisa Clay, Leon Young, Lisa Cooley, Cheryl Gant, and Brandy Hazlewood. Bottom Row: Maureen Murphy, Melissa Via, Susan Shassetz, Bertha, and Polly Jesse. Clown Club president Lanny Lighthill in a moment of ' Q,Q,C92q, ". epose . I- 'M K5 .I By Jennifer Malody A relatively new organi- zation, the Agua Fria Clown Club, is one of the more relaxed organiza- tions on campus. This Club caters to those stu- dents who love to have fun and goof around while still doing some good for the community. This year the Clown Club visited a children's hospital to spread some happiness to the chil- dren hospitalized due to unfortunate illness. The club also sold balloons at Halloween. President Lanny Lighthill commented, "Clown Club is more than just a strict organi- zation, it is a group of good friends who like to get together and have a good time." If you are the kind of person who likes to have a good time and still make a contribution to the community, Clown Club is for you. Clown Club members from left to right: first row, Lynn High, Charlotte Staggs, Vanessa Haney. Second row: Chrissy Kapetanakis, Ms. Wilkins: sponsor, Bar- bra Crumbly, Donna Clay. Third row: Larry Gonzales, Paulette, Lanny Lighth- ill, Sara Corfman. Not shown: Kim Dew- ey, and Sherlynn Cook. At left: A more serious look for Clown Club president, Lanny Lighthill. Right: Clown Club member pays close attention at a meet- ing. Middle left: Clown Club mem- ber Kim Dewey. Below: What's up, Larry? ,mi al--we Nuff: my Net ,ml i W: .- Walt: Y ,. ,X frm bi X l 5 5 3 X Q X Q 'moan-N X I ' . Above: We are the Clowns. To many people, R.O.T.C. is just a class where you dress up in a blue uniform once a week. However, it is more than that. They learned about leadership, the military customs and courtesies, and the equipment and the mili- tary uses. This year they are having a very produc- tive year. So far this year they have had two very successful dances and a joint dance out with Cac- tus l-ligh School. In the near future they are plan- ning more dances, a pic- nic, and many other fun activities. So, before peo- ple start knocking R.O.T.C. they should ex- plore the program and find out what it is all about. N x:,y,J A Flight: 1st row- Steve Richmond, Kristina Griffith, Allan Spencer, Craig Dempsey, Amy Peters, Crissy Jenkins, Richard Thomas, 2nd row- Ben Velez, Chris Hasseley, Leroy Delapaz, 5rd row- Phillip Gardner, Dee Horine, Gilbert Messecher, Craig Dringman, Bruce Stout, Steve Miller, Travls Kisner. .1 sf Y .. " l f " -- I A E Flight: Back Row- Joe Rider, Becky Howland, Julie Duhon, Jeff Scott, Kelly Anderson, Will Thatcher, Michael Gerlman, David Foulke, 5rd row- Chad Veich, Rachel Jones, Monica Webber, Chris Castillo, Brandy Sorter, Tina Johnson, Lorl Powers, John Luck, Jim Baggett, 2nd row- Richard O'Brien, Amber Montgomery, Stacie Tibbetts, Robyn Hadley, Gloria Miller, Cynthia Spl- dle, Rick Fields, Steve Allen, James Ketcham, Mike Bishop, Marvin Cook, 1st row- Carson Mason, Steve Banning, Steve Long, Lisa Pedrotti, Melissa Via, Robert DeCroce, Mikiko Stott, Monica Martinez, Rick Higbie, Evan Sayers. V ,,- D Cadet Staff: Front row- Colonel John Vickery, Kevin Kester, Steve Richmond, Amy Peters, Edith Young, Phil Schulsky, Crissy Jenkins, SMSgt. Fred Davis, Back Row- Craig Dringman, Paul Christian- son, Zane Heda, Samantha Nitsche, Buck Simington, Richard Thomas, Bruce Ward, Pascal Brown. a .V fi ,fgyfgf aig 5:3 . ' ' f..- I HI" 'lI!'. 1.' R.O.T.C. Billy Moore Day Float- "I Dream ofJeannie" C Flight: Front row- Paul Christianson, John Baum, Christy Marek, Thomas Charles, Brian Folk, Sheri Rogers, Kevin Kester, Back row- Ken McCombs, Samantha Nitsche, Jon Peebles, John Burrell, Buck Simington, Zane Heda, Dave Cook, Pascal Brown. Flight: Front row- Phil Schulsky, Jason Nelson, Mehra, Mike Ybarra, Edith Young, Torrez, Kristi Garber, Shawn Young, Justin Kautz. 2nd row- Prayoon Lek- ohn Jennings 5rd row- Mike Chavez, Jason Adams, Mike Bell, Dan Rickel, Hobson, David Sullins, James Tyra, Mary Rogers, Larry Gardner, Bruce D. Flight: Front row- John Bison, Leonard Sanchez, Missy Stoesner, Louis John- son, Chad Millette, Juan Vergara, Don Rohls, 2nd row- James Fox, Matt Kildoo, Glen Chamberlain, Brien Carral, T.J. Lott, Danny Pearson, Scott Van Duyn, 5rd row- Hortencia Tovar, John Johnson, Dave Howland, Tyrone Porter, Mouna Barron, Mario Romon, Mike Carroll, Back row- Ryan Peacock, Ron Castillo Below: R.O.T.C. Homecoming float. W, Y , x : , , 5 ,N I .. 1' I A I Q re 87 Y u cpm!!! I -75,41 M 1 in fl I I I Q f -5 This year's Drill Team is progressing nicely un- der the command of Ca- det first Lt. H. Mike Bell. The team lost most of last year's veterans: how- ever, new members have performed well and are improving every day. So far the Drill Team has en- tered the Billy Moore Days competition and the Surprise parade, where they won second place and first place hon- ors respectively. During the Spring semester, the Drill Team competed in a valley wide competition with other J.R.O.T.C. units. lf the team spirit stays as high as it has been, they will look for- ward to more award win- ning performances this year. Our Drill Team standing at atten tion. U Drill Team does the Agua Fria Salute. P Drill Team: Sitting: Melissa Via, Amber Montgomery, Stacy Tibbetts, Mary Rogers, Sheri Rogers, Sharon Torrez, Shawn Young, Edith Young Standing: Mike Bell, Steve Lomg, Mike Carroll, Phil Shulsky, Bruce Stout, Paul Christianson, Jason Nelson, Cynthia Spidle, John Luck I- -I E .I 9"1lA9-7 H. By: cf2nd Lt. Justin Kautz Color Guard Commander This year the Color Guard did an outstand- ing job. Our first event was the Helzepoppin Pa- rade in Buckeye, Arizona. We received the 5rd place ribbon. We were not too happy at first but itjust influenced us to do better. The next event on our list was the Billy Moore Days Parade in GoodyearfAvondale, Ari- zona. We received the 2nd place ribbon. We were surprised to get sec- ond place with all the competitive participants in the parade. The next event was in Surprise, Arizona. We took the 1st place trophy. The next event was in April, the Desert Classic Drill Meet. We prepared for this event from November thru April. Other events included were Sky l'lar- bor Invitational, S.C.l.D.M. fSouthern California Invitational Drill Meetl, and many other parades. Rocket Club: Kneeling: Steve Long, Richard O'Brien Back Row: Steve Miller, Bruce Stout, Don Rohla, Mike Carroll, John Luck, Amy Peters, James Ketchman, Jason Nelson, Carson Mason, Travis liisner 'll , - ,. U Color Guard takes pride in the U.S. and Arizona. Just who is in charge? Rocket Club The AF JROTC Rocket Club is an organization committed to the assem- bly, firing, and flight of modd rockets in regulat- ed competition through- out the valley. The club has rocketry meets with schools such as Cactus and Westwood, and brings the school spirit of being number one in ev- erything they do with a feeling of team work. This years Rocket Club Commander is cadet lst Lt. Steve Miller. Color Guard: Craig Dempsey, Steve Sapp, Brian Folk, Juston Kautz, Kristina Griffith, Tina John- son, Leonard Sanchez, Amy Peters x I K! Nw 11445 , by: Andrea Amator Where's the snow? The Agua Fria Ski club tried to find the snow in January. Ms. Stephens, the club sponsor, hoped that there would be enough participa- tion so that the club could take a two day trip to Sun- rise. The ski club helps to finance snow trips for the skiiers at Agua Fria. The club is great for advanced skiiers, as well as those who have never been skiing before. Imelda Cachin says, "Even if you are a be- ginner you can learn to ski, and have great fun. The Ski Club provides students with a chance to go to Sun- rise, learn to ski, and have fun skiing with friends. 11 SKI CLUB: First row: Shaun Thompson, Tammy Talebi, Terry Ruso, Lisa Cote, Crystal Dale, Kristan Naifie, Bob Heiner, Robin Scott, Terri, Lynn Jackson, Carolyn Prido. second row: Karen Miller, Kanita Villa, Kim Newell, Tanya Albelda, Kaylen, Katy Mack, Carson Jordan, Chrissa Newport, Jana Stumpf, Cinda Rose, Paudma Roe, Carlos, Laura Densford, Karen Hendricks, Frank Ozuna, Manuel Morales. third row: Don Shilliday, Kristan Mack, Lisa Koppelman, John Pritchard, Jamie Masyln, Paul, Tom Kennedy, Ann Shassetz, Annetia Carrae, Minda Dejotp, Ann Lavoie, Mindy Lueck, Ted Beecroft. fourth row: Steve Betzhold, Chris Andrews, Erin Scott, Ricky Mays, Burke Albelda, Todd Rudolf, Catherin Tonkinson, Cindy Thompson, Bill Wolski, Stacey Newell, Ruth Grumbling, Brett Yohe, Sarah Shears, Gabrielle Nickele, Gene Barton, Jason Saunders, Shaun Crawley, Stephi Funke, Mike Acuna, John Graham. KJ xl vwliezigim, John Pritchard is ready to hit the slopes. sax 4 Q S 4s Diane and Kim really enjoy learning how to ski when they go on their ski trips. Far Left: John tackles the slopes. g Left: Jennifer Malody is excited about learning how to ski. Below: Burke Albelda is riding a lift up to an advanced slope. Sharon, Amy, Kristen, Jamie, Roger, and Burke go on many ski trips to- gether. t X.. A1 we 4 Heil and Terri can not wait until their ski trip!! 1 l TN , if X s Y Lisa and Kris have found that skiing with friends is a lot of fun! By: Andrea Amator To become a member of the Hational Honor So- ciety, a student has to meet certain qualifica- tions. A sophomore must have a grade point aver- age of 4.75, while Ju- niors and Seniors can have an average of 4.5. Activity points are an- other requirement a stu- dent must obtain before becoming a member. These points are earned through leadership and service activities. Each member must maintain their grades. lf they re- probation, and a F will re- sult in suspension from the group. At the end of every year the NHS has an induction ceremony to welcome its new members. Tim Abra- ham says, l'lt is a nice candle ceremony which allows the parents to par- ticipate in the initiation." The next morning the teachers take a member to the annual NHS break- fast. The members of HHS have worked hard to obtain their position in this organization, and they should be congratu- Terry Davis finds time to work, while keeping his CIPA VERY HIGH. Below: Vicki and Imelda enjoy studying together. ew, Aux is - y -Q I .3 t. ,- Above: Liz Luquez caught with intelligent look on her face. 'A ceive a D, they are on lated. 1' -' fx, ttsff' -.""""'-s..V. Bottom row: Kevin Ritchey, John Pritchard, Stacey Newell, Jamie Maslyn, Sharon Alkire, Vicki Frank, Imelda Cachin, Michelle Osterfeld, Elizabeth Luquez, Angelique Zenfvang. Middle row, Cheffield Abelda, Greg Hammond, Tom Abraham, Erin Scott, Michelle Rinker, Ruth Cirum- NHS members. bling, Lisa hoppleman, Todd Rudolph, Tim Abraham, Terry Davis. Top row, Steve Betzhold, Cinnamon Conrad, Pascal Brown, Cindy Thompson, Rristan Mack, Tony Jones, Susie Condie, Don Shilliday. i :V X ,Q Ln. -A Susan Condie finishes her home work in the library. Above: The April White enjoys the ballet and the Sean Crawley, Don plays the most' , A Q lnunu 3.515.513 ,.,. Q Onstad, and Mike Min- 'ff' yard wait for one of the vans to arrive. iisffgzr --' EMC? All V BY: Andrea Amator Agua Fria has a group of students that are real A.C.E.S. ACES is the Ad- vanced Cultural Enrich- ment Seminar. This orga- nization is for students who would like to learn more about the cultural arts. The students attend concerts, plays and bal- lets. April White says, "lt is a great opportunity to attend events which will help enrich our minds." At the end of the year, the members will have a banquet to display and M 'N'-:sb X' if! . Bottom row, Mike Minyard, Tom Kennedy, Sonya Hilbery. Top row: Ms. Carlson, Sean Crawley, Don Onstad, Edward Penning- Curtis Wickers, Tonya Hilbert. demonstrate the various projects they have worked on throughout the year. - Part of the ACES members stop to pose for a picture. 4 " 'X Xi 'Q-4' 5: Tonya and Sonya goof around before going to class. Left to right: Mrs. Kotalik, Brady Chatfield, Jenny Bridges, Sandra Enriquez, Lisa Cooley, Kristi Sullins, Jenny Koppleman, April White, Madhu Unnikrishman. CQ WB by: Andrea Amator The History Club is a very unique organization at Agua Fria. The club has had regular meetings, where they discuss past and present events that have affected our country. They hold debates on cur- rent issues that surround our nation. - 9 S 7 Tom enjoys all the Q people he meets The club also travels to historical places such as the Arizona State Universi- ty Historical museum. They have also gone to Pioneer Arizona, to see how our forefathers lived. The history club is one of the quietest clubs on campus, but its students learn about their heritage. I' , in this club gli? ,, ,if , agin g 45 J 4 T f 'WJ-iz vm, -. .lf A .. Wi ,ug-Q. ,V i Mary Kennedy enjoys the historical places they visit. Above- Mr. Reed, Bottom Row: Mr. Reed, Rhonda Wiley, Gab Hickele, Stephanie Funke, Lisa Cote, John Boone. drab Qlub SP0FS?riJ Says that theif Top Row: Matt Muller, Jason Adams, Jesse Barron, Paul Christianson, Allen Daggett, Mary C U ls 3 qwe C U ' Kennedy, Mike Denninger. 6 Lead singer, Danny Rob Beard strummed his way into ing the dressing room - KL 9 8 2 . Mose, is caught leav- the hearts of many girls. E3 I- ffqffl -I by Andrea Amator Freedom Jam! The 5 member band presented Agua Fria students with a freedom from drug concert. As they played, they took us through our American history to show us how our forefathers fought for our freedom. This was to show us how we arejust throwing our lives away by using drugs, and alcohol. The Student Council brought Freedom Jam to Agua Fria in hopes of convincing the students that drugs are not the answer. Anne Billings- ley says, "I think that Free- dom Jam had a good way of telling students that drugs are bad." The most impor- tant thing to do is to just say Nou The drummer Gary Skow gave Agua Fria a show. .4 -I lr.. I I I . ' ,, GL: ' Rob takes five from rehearsal to have his picture taken with Tina Beyle. I. -I +74 99 by Jennifer Malody Agua Fria's wrestling team has their own group of dedi- cated fans. They are the organi- zation of Wrestlerettes. These girls stay at the wrestling match- es to cheer our team to victory. A group of sixteen spirited young ladies make up this cheer squad. The sponsor, Ms. Cnll, works with the girls after school Monday thru Thursday. The girls come up with exciting and original routines, which they perfonfn at all of the match- es. Auditions were held in No- vember, and the best were cho- sen to form this group. Being a Wrestlerette takes hard work and determination. These few girls show their spirit by sup- porting our wrestling team. Right: The Wrestlerettes. Back row: Rachel Garcia, Mary Hernandez, Mendi Eckert, Mi- chelle Pennington, Cheryl Sutton, Middle row: Katie Hernandez, Lucy Cardenas, Kim Crana, Jahala Smith. Front row: Stephanie Burumen, Mireya Penunuri Chrissy Kapetanakis, Christine Coffman Plot pictured: Kim Booth, Kim Newell Shirley Cervantes, manager. Right: The captain leads the wrestlerettes during an after- noon practice. Below: Wrestlerettes work hard to learn new cheers and perfect old ones. I- -I -. GWB .- by Jennifer Malody All varsity athletes at Agua Fria should be in- terested in the Letter Club. The Letter Club is an honorary organization for those students who have worked hard to earn their letter in a com- petitive sport. Due to the hectic schedules of the spon- sors and the rigorous training schedule of the athletes, this club doesn't have many meet- ings or fund raising com- munity projects. They do, however, sell refresh- ments at all home bas- ketball games which helps to raise a little money for the club. The club is also in charge of one main event, the annual Hall of Fame induction which takes place in February. The Letter Club brings a sense of accomplish- ment and pride for hard work to those who truly deserve it. Right: Another proud letter- man, Sean Forsythe. Below: Junior Matt Pap- worth wears his letter with pride. Letter Club Members from left to right: Toni Cabral, Liz Luquez, Blanda Villasana, Julie Levario, Alicia McAnally, Robin Scott, Stefi Rosztoczy, Suzy Hirth, Imelda Cachin, Stephanie Funke. Second row: Don Shilliday, Lisa Koppleman, John Prit- chard, Jamie Maslyn, Laura Densford, Ruth Grumbling, Juanita Miranda, Brooke Green, Neil Taylor, Aimee Brainard. Third row: Jamie Self, Kristan Mack, Steve Illia!! Butler, Greg Hammond, Tony Jones, Theresa Light, Denise Parisi, Stacy Newell, Joanne Towey, Kathy Gage, Jerry Callands, Kevin Ritchey Kris Andrews Chns Sanchez. Fourth row: Ted Beecrott, Ricardo Vasquez, Eddie Ruiz Brad Donahue Buck Simington, Burke Albelda, Rick Mays, Gene Barton Shawn Brittaln Bill Wolski, Brett Yohe, Gabriel Nickele, Sara Shears, Pascal Brown Andy Gutierrez Steve Betzhold, Kathy Tonklnson, Lincoln Holcomb. JFS., f 512 by Jamie Maslyn This year has been a hectic one for The Desert Howl staff. Hlts been difficult ad- justing to a new advisor, but despite the conflicts and pressures, its been a groovy year," said Jamie Maslyn, Editor-in-Chief. For the second year, The Deseft Howl re- ceived the "metalist" rat- ing in the Columbia Scholastic Press Associ- ation contestfcritique for the 1985-86 issues. Only locyo of the first place win- ners receive this honor. -is N if Desert Howl: Top row: Erin Scott, Greg Huyck, Kristen Mack, Suzan Condi, Mike Wilcox, Stacy Newell. Second row: Stefi Ros- toczy, Sharon Alkire, Jamie Maslyn, Ruth Grumbling, Sarah Co- hen. ""'3n...A,,,,, Sometimes there's just nothing to do. "Sure I can take a break to have my picture taken." Mr. Cox needs all the strength he can get when working with the newspaper staff. I' 0 Z0 'I First year students have it hard. 9,59 as fm" I don't know, do you think Brook was ready for this one? Work, Work, and more WORK. W Jamie Maslyn at a Desert Howl car wash. u Hap time. 4' lf., 5-----in Mike Wilcox pays close attention to the lecture because he doesn't want to be yelled at. Time to discuss the last issue of the paper. W2 by: Jamie Maslyn 1986-87 Student Coun- cil members had a very productive year. Homecoming week, the Christmas Formal, Teacher Appreciation week, and Spring Week are a few activities Stu- dent Council produces annually. This year, how- ever, Student Council r bfffgff. - members sponsored a carnival at the conclu- sion of Spring Week. "I think the people in Student Council this year worked really well to- gether. We got a lot ac- complished and had a lot of fun," said Student Body Recording Secre- tary Kristan Mack about this year. Gene Barton complains to Kristen Mack that the Student Council works too hard. x'WhiCh Way did he gO?" Shannon Wilson needs a drink! "Aaron'S BACK!" -1? of-A N Nt A if s 3' K J il A. Y l'Don't worry Ruth, we'Il make you feel all better." "WHAT?" This meeting is now called to order." Pascal is the victim of conquest. This group of students are wondering if the meeting will ever start. "We didn't do it." The job of the Student Council is to check out the scene. .12 I e I I I NNU7 I P .fog E G9Q3M I by: Andrea Amator The Spanish Club at Agua Fria provides many activities for its members to get involved in. This year they held a blood drive to provide blood for those in need. The club also sold candy and held a dance to help raise money for other activi- ties. Some of these ac- tivities are a Mexican din- ner, a day at Big Surf, and some of the money helped finance its four year students on a trip to Mazatlan. The freshmen have a Spanish club of their own. This club is called El Circulo, which means, the circle. Members of El Circulo do not partici- pate in any of the same activities as the Spanish Club. This club holds its ovm meetings, its own fundraisers, and has its own activities. Below: Kristan Mack and Andy Clutterriez have a Spanish con versation together. Below Middle Left: Ms. Solorzano reads a Spanish article to the students for them to translate. N gl xxx-,1 x - A Spanish Club: Top Row: Kevin, Eric Conklin, Scott Ross, Sonya Hilbert, Tanya Hilbert, Don Shilliday, Jamie Self, John Pritchard, Andy Guterrez, Pete Martin, Karen Hendrick, Alicia McMannally, Julie Morrison, Chrissa Lair, Manual Moralez, Eddie Solis, Rene Espinoza, Pascal Brown, Jim DePrimo, Middle Row: Jesse Barron, Sal Penunari, Kristen Cunningham, Tanya Zuvala, Juanita Miranda, Ricardo Vasquez, Jill M. Jenifer Nardini, Tracy Vandiwater, Kim Price, Laura Shafer, Phil Schuloky, Sam, Tom Kennedy, Carson Jordan, Sharron Alkire, Bottom Row: Daniel Martinez, Monica Enriquez, Julie Lavario, Toni Cabriel, Liz Luquez, Edna Astorga, Monica Espinosa, Kaylan Cons, Debbie Author, Trans Hugen, Jamie Session, Mi- chelle Templeton, and Tanya Abelba. Above Middle Right: This student takes on an look. Above: Judy Cachin waits for bell to ring so she can go to Kristen Cunningham shows off her variety of candy for sale. ,t Q QQ Ramon enjoys his free time out of class. Below: Leticia Gonzales is shocked at what Andyjust said. Middle Below and Bottom Be- low: Juana Chavin and Gonz- salo Patino study their Spanish. Il Above: John Butmiller gets upset when he can not remember a word. Below: Liz Luques says, 'ilt is easy to speak Spanish if you speak it at home. us 01-Qc. 2? .-. ---- Top row. Alban Gonzles, Ben Avitia, Rene Rodriguiz, Andy Ruiz, Brady Chatlield, Gabriel Ortega, Laura Lomas, Elsie Guerro, Dakri Brondt, Madhu Unnikrishnan, Paul Sarzoza, Ed Hagerman. Second row Sarah Stock, Cheryl Minnicks, Jenny Bridges, Amy, Jason McLure, Sandra Enriquez, Tom Dlaney, Monica Mascanas, Bertha Guerro, Cindy Guiterrez, Marvvale Ramirez, Kristine Goodrich, Michelle Wilcox. Third row: Lisa Phillips, Jodi Peroutka, Jamie Moore, Pam Landon, Jenny Koppelman, Brittany Lee, Marcia Noah, Karen Koontz. Fourth row James Rick Higby, Aida Elizando, Spencer Justice, Susan Shassetz, Shawna Kani, Sarah Ellsworth, Jeanie Cantu, Marcia Ortega, Bob Murdock 4 A' -l Guy I- B 0.2718 -I By: Jamie Maslyn Although the annual Gummy bear sale didn't occur, this year's Ger- man Club was spazz ffunb. Stephi Funke, German Club president, said, "I wish that as president, I could have done more for the club in terms of activities and teaching people about German Culture but there wasn't any opportunity and there wasn't that much enthusiasm in the club." German Club sold Ad- vent calanders, ate at a German restaurant, and had an activity with French Club this year. Funke added, "l hope it will be more successful next year." "lt was fun getting in- volved in French Club this year because l like French fries, French toast, and French guys!" said Minda Devoto, sen- ior, about this year's French Club. DeVot0, along with other French Club mem- bers, had a successful year. During Homecom- ing they had a float in the parade and sold crois- sants. They also had an activity with German Club members. Y P W U 29 5 k a , Q A .. - 2 South Campus: Top row: Pascal Brown, Heidi lhnat, Dianna Brinker- hoff, Terri Lemons, Cynda Lopez, Tony Zavala, Juanita Miranda, Lori Harden, Kathy Burger, Dave Shilliday, Matt Second row: spon- sor Elaine Billingsley, Heather Wagner, Robin Scott, Laura Lackey, Cinda Rose, Sara Corfman, Donna Clay, Jamie Maslyn, Sharon Alkire. Plot pictured-Jenny Holtrup ww., Goofy Dave. lsn't she cute. Pascal Brown falls asleep on the job. Freshman campus: Top row: Stacie Buch, Jennifer LaPlante Hickert, Tab Cogad, Joe Olson, Brian Corral, Kristine Second row: Lisa Clay, Anji Rice, Kelly Crouch, Elise Doyle Young, Dawn Mathews. Third row: Terry Moseley, Tiffanie Cher Pecora, Violeta lgna, Shannon Gongaware, Aasma mag 'I Q fa Q 4' e 2 as 3 Us. , 'L Smile, Stacy Wacy: Sean Strickland-late again. South Campus: Top row: Sean Crawley, Dan Onstad, Mike Min- iks, Ted Beecroft, Kevin Ritchey, Suzy Hirth, Sean Strickland, Matt Moore, Tom Pennington. First row: Stacy Newell, Sharon Alkire, Charissa Newport, Stephanie Funke, Jana Stumpf, Stefi Rosztoczy, Ruth Grumbling, Denise Parisi. Not pictured-sponsor Laurie Davis. Great smile, Matt! Do you think Shannon and Steph anie are bad? ,nah Jamie Maslyn survives the life saver pass. ,Q Freshman campus: Top row: Tajek Lott, Jason Ritter, Jeff Scott, Shani Govan. First row: Louis Johnson, John Johnson, J.P. Ket- chum, liaren Elms. ' .Mm RG H fp F GB B W By: Tina Beyle The Archeology Club and FBLA both strive for excellence, but in differ- ent areas. The Archeology Club goes out on digs, looking for artifacts to help them link the future to the past. They spend a lot of time visiting areas of Ari- zona that are well knovm landmarks. The FBLA spend the majority of their time studying business. They spend time outside of class learning better business sense, so they can better succeed in the future. Both clubs are very educational, but also very different from each other. Archeology: Front row: Colin Yohe, John Pritchard, Terri Russo, Spencer Brown, Danielle Simpson, Reed Carson. Back row- Ed Pennington, Jesse Barron, Terri Lemmons, Rhonda Wiley, Nataly Cutsinger, Richard Taylor, David Chaviz. . Look, someone's taking our picture. Brett Yohe and T.C. Richmond are use to having their pictures taken. Was this dog dug up from the Grand Canyon? 132 J Y , ig., itic C issi Q S , Bn.. Vicky Frank smiles for another picture in the yearbook. Imelda Cachin checks it out. .Mr Mike l1awthore's looking gook. Chris Sanchez has caught it. "Of course we take a break once in a while." :l j igvtf g .2 in .Jr , 11"' is FBLA: Top row: Chris Sanchez, Lanny Lighthill. Middle: Chris- Jim Prevo, Vicki Frank, John Taylor. Bottom: lmelda Ca chin, Trang Nyguen. 1' g W 'n I- ,EWG -I By Andrea Amator Key Club is a very active organization at Agua Fria. The 107 members partici- pate in fundraisers and service projects for people throughout the communi- ty. Car washes, candy sales, and working at Phoenix International Raceway are just some of the fundraisers the Key Club participates in. An- other major fundraiser is the annual volleyball mar- athon, which allows the members to donate mon- ey to the charity of their choice. to decide on a major em- phasis program. This year the club has decided to work with the elderly peo- ple in nursing homes and the handicapped in Spe- cial Olympics. John Pri- chard, the lieutenant gov- ernor of division A, says, 'lWorking with handi- capped and elderly people is this year's main project, and l hope our members make it a strong pro- gram." Agua Fria Key Club and its Kiwanian sponsors have succeeded in mak- ing this year's club the best! Lisa Koppleman takes notes at one of the meetings. - ta Anne Billingsley waits happily before a meeting. Each year Key Club has way... KEY CLUB: Bottom Row: Steve Roehling, Cinda Rose, Carson Jordon, Michelle Templeton, Jana Stumph, Chirissa Newport, Marah Albelda, Jenny Holtrup, Mindy Lueck, Chris Sanchez, Jeff Peters. middle: Lincoln Holcom, Don Shilliday. Lisa Kopplemen, Kristen Mack, Lisa Loanhardt, Lisa Cote, Rhonda Wiley, Karen Miller, Jamie, Maslyn, Saron Alkire, Steve Butler, Ruth Grumbling, Lisa Preggers, Paul Dickson, Carlos Puma, Heather, Williams, Jennifer Jarnagan, Kirstenn Barber, Nancy Parra, Stacy Rose, Karen Hendrix, Lynn Jackson, Tammy Talbie, Ryan Lee, Frank Ozuna, Robin Scott, Shannon Wilson, Stephanie Funke, John Pritchard, Stacy Newell, Crystal Dale, Kristin Naife, Tanya Albelda, Paudma, Terri, Stefi Rosztoczy, Suzy rlirth, Erin Marshall, Ann Shassetz, Kerri Barber, Michelle Breneke, Terri Ruso, Mike Mahon. Top Middle: Ray Leta, Kris Andrews, Tom Kennedy, Kim Newell, Michelle Penington, Greg Hammond, Evon Decort, Cinnamon Conrad, Burke Albelda, Cindy Thompson, Chip Jorgensen, Amy Strickland, Gab Nickele, Kathy Perkins, Ann Leviod, Shaun Strickland, Annetia Ray, Kevin Ritchey. John Lampert, Katy Mack, Renea Wichman, Mike Minyard, Lisa Lorge, Molly, Matt Papworth. top: Pete Martin, Mary Kennedy, Tim Wiley, Eddie Ruiz, Pascal Brown, Brad Donahue, Bill Wolski, Mike Denninger, Todd Rudolph, Jamie Self, Erin Scott, Rick Mays, Wendy Moldovan, Tony Jones, Sarah Shears, David Vasiloff, Steve Betzhold, Don Onstead, Matt, Shaun Crawley, Jeff Mercy, Zane Segal. i Below: Bret Williams, what a cutie. Middle Below: John is very active in Key Club. Above: Erirl Scott is the UCB' surer of the Key Club. "Oh no, not another picture!" Key Clubbers worked hard at their car wash. Middle Below: Julie and Amy help with Key Club fundraisers. "W at 'x . AF' 4 got soaked at the car 1-'1..1UIl'f F1741 ,LWA In , Nh- Candy, Stacie, and Kristie have fun together. Middle Below: Jimmy stops for a picture. 1 3 S Kristen Mack is this year's club president. Below: Shawna, Chris- tine, Jamie, and Laurie, freshmen in Key club, got soaked at the AMY car Wash. , t ln, Top row: Joe Olson, Angie Rice, Keith Stamper, Julie Duhon, Brittiany Lee, Amy, Cindy Spidle, Jenny Koppleman. Middle row: Kelly Crouch, Jodi Peroutka, Kelly Burke, Stacey Tibbets, Rick O'Brien. Bottom row: Aasma Maqbool, Jamie Moore, Cher Pecoro, Susie Shassetz, Chris McAniee, Melissa Via. ' I -...t I- ma -I I- X -I by Jennifer Malody Agua Fria's lnteract club is an outlet for the students who enjoy pub- lic service. Club mem- bers do many things for the community. Collect- ing food for the needy at Thanksgiving and wrap- ping gifts at Christmas time to name a few. This year, Interact members helped to earn money by selling pins and necklaces to the oth- er Agua Fria students and faculty. Club mem- JIJL QL bers also plan many fun and exciting activities which take place at ran- dom intervals through- out the year. Pizza par- ties and skiing trips are a few of the things that Agua Fna Interact mem- bers had fun doing this year. The Interact club of Agua Fna is a fine club for the students who are community oriented and like to have fun at the same time. J-Flu IL! 1 What a grin . . Pizza party after the first An ofiicer's huddle . . . club meeting. Interact members from right to left: Lee Ann Edwards, Krlstln Nafeih, Tania Al- belda, Stephanie Funke, Padma Rao, Jamie Maslyn. Steli Rosztoczy, Yvonne De- Court, Aimee Brainard Second row: Burke Albelda, Wendy Moldovan, Crystal Dale, Ruth Grumbling. Carlos Palma, Steve Baker, Heather Williams, Suzy Hirth, Anne ' n s onsor Ms. Ste hens Third row' Stace Newell, Shassetz, Jennifer Jarnagi . D . D . . y Greg Hammond, John Pritchard, Cindy Thompson, Brad Donahue, Cinnamon Conrad, Brooke Green, Becky Ratliff, Cathy, Amy Slrictland, Amber White. Juanita Miranda, Renee Wichman. Fourth row: Mr. Leinhart, sponsor. Sean Crowley. Mike Minyard, Rick Mays, Todd Rudolph, Jamie Self, Catherine Tonkinson, David Vasl- loif, Bill Wolski, Brett Yohe, Gabrielle Plickolle, Tony Jones, Sarah Shears, Gene Barton, Darian Mellon, Tonya Zavala, Katie Mack. I I I I E Z L 9 fl ll -I When someone sees a Young Life sign, they always ask, "What's Young Life?" Well, YL is a group of kids that get together every Monday night to have a great time. YL mem- ber Collette Hum- phrey, who attended this year, says l'lt was always really rowdy." Some of the activities YL does are broom- hockey, ski trips, lock- ins and skits. During this last summer they went to Disneyland. After about a half an hour the meetings close with a short Bi- ble message or a posi- tive thought. Bob Sta- ples, the YL leader, says, "The real reason for YL is to introduce people to Jesus Christ. But anyone that has hung around YL could tell you that we don't force it on 'em. And it's a lot of fun." ABOVE: Bob Staples and some Young Life members. LEFT: Young Life President Bobby Lettieri at Woodleaf Camp. BELOW: Young Life group on their way to Disneyland. M... Ling lst Row: Bobby Leteri, Carson Jordan, Jana Stump, Charissa Newport, Stefi Rosztoczy, Andy Hillison, Stacy Rose, Kerri Barber, Kirstin Barber, Nancy Parra. 2nd Row: Miss Stephens, Terri Russo, Colleen Adney, Michelle Templeton, Christine Reeder, Karen Miller, Crystal Dale, Alicia Brockey, Anne Shassetz, Lisa Cote, Heidi lhnet, Jesse Ozuna, Carlos Palmas, Sean Thompson, Rebecca Ozuna. 5rd Row: Colette Humphrey, Steve Butler, Jerry Collins, Ruth Crrumbling, Tanya Albelda, Teri Vanl'lort, Annaca Ray, Molly Rigg, Karen Hendrick, Cinda Rose, Lynn Jackson, Carolyn Prieto, Jennifer Jarniqin, Mindy Lueck, Dave Poore. 4th Row: Brad Donahue, Jennifer Darkangelo, Don Shilliday, Kristin Mack, Lisa Kopplemen, Padma Rao, Kaylen Conns, Katy Mack, Anne Lavio, Polly Delany, Jenny Holtrup, David McGee, Ryan Sutton, Dan Onstad, Bob Heiner, Tom Kennedy, Paul Luidegg, Gabriel Nickoly, Sarah Shears, Larry Gonzales. Top Row: Bob Staples, Danny Slagel, Steve Betzhold, Kris Andrews, Brad Maihofer, Todd Daggert, John Pritchard, Burke Albelda, Todd Rudolph, Steve DeMuth, Jeff Mercy, Suzy Hirth, David Vassulof, Rick Mays, Pete Martin, Steve Roehling, Sean Crawley, Mike Minyard, John Warkomski, Yvonne Eckert, Darlene Kirk, Neil Taylor, Pandy Duncan ' 111 R 6 M91 I '- By: Tina Beyle This year's publica- tions Staff did a great job. They managed to handle such problems as money and rough deadlines. They met these chal- lenges and also met oth- er goals, such as increas- ing the size of the book from 8'!2 X 1 to 9X 12, pages than any previous book at Agua Fria. The main goal of the staff was to make this year's book the best and most unique book from Agua Fria, and met this goal by doing such things as re- versing the order of the index. GREAT JOB, STAFF! and adding 44 more Mr. Cox lends a helping hand to Cindy and Anna. C "iii Yearbook Staff: Seated: Kirsten Barber, Nancy Parra, Stacy Rose, Wendy Maldovan, Anna Wolfe, Cindy Holdcroit, Shannon Singleton, and Jodi Bulfer. Standing: Imelda Cachin, Vicki Frank, Terri Russo, Dianne Gladhart, Joanne Towey, Michelle Lampert, Tim Clarke, Tina Beyle, Jennifer Malody, Andrea Amator, Chris Guess, John Tebee, Amy Tomlinson, and Claudette Humphrey. Seated 2nd row: Robyn Rumble, Caro- lynne Byle, Jennifer Maihofer, and Kathy Gage. 4-ra r i f Drea gives holiday greetings. Kathy is caught in the act. Collette Humphreys makes sure her layouts are in order. Andrea Amator and Jen- nifer Maihoffer take a break from layouts. , , AM 7 x V gum- tt., .4 5' Guckenhelmer over her shoulder a quick picture iii, - 4' Q3-5.1 ' A mb' Terri Russo is crazy about the staff. Amy Tomlinson carefully looks over the class. Tina Beyle and Mi- chelle Lampert take a break from editing. Dianne Gladhart wonders what's going on. Jennifer Malody finds time to take a break from a busy day's work. la SNA fig YSNA Bulie Staggs, and Ms. Mc:Peak. it's true girls can do anything boys can girls love freshmen P.E.: Tami Schmuki, Blakeman, Shannon Davis, Cristal Rodri- P Rose Lopez just can't find a quiet place to study. Myron isjust crazy about school. A lot ofhard work goes into doing a term paper. Even football players can be found in a li- brary. I n Q n Q x -t v. 1 '-, -. E '- s 2 2 5 2 ' 0 ' 0 . ' O 5 O O Q 4 1 4 1 1 '- W Q ' ' ,Wm 23,7 ' V , Q ff, f x ,fii2i?"' as W K SWNIHY K Ms ,W X Q X ,Q . Q 'ff' TALK O "Let me SCC tha mu--"H WAY TO THE TOP "Look! He wears Odor-Eaters!" " And that's the end, finally." "But I need your help," pleads Tom Abraham Robyn Rumble, Renee Bartell, Yvonne Eckert, Torri Knox, Jenny tloltrop, Heidi lhnat, Jeni Maihofer, Debbie Fischrup, Molly Rigg, Carolyn Beyle, Michelle Pennington, and Stephanie Beruman show their talent. Check out Jennifer's funky Get down By JENI Dance! Dance! Dance! This year there are so many different styles of dancing all over the world, but only a few are taught here at Agua Fria. This year's dance classes will be learning ballet, jazz, stomping, country western, square dancing and modern dance. Yes, dancing is for boys too! So get out and learn to "boogie" Dance class is lots of fun. dance form. 'Q Dance class takes time out to pose for a picture. ng 2 1 nz 1 1 . -na 1 118 J . x Mireya, Heidi, and Steph- anie walk like Egyp- tianslll Stephanie smiles be- cause she loves to dance. 3--M 1 We really don't know how to dance but we wanted our picture taken! Ring around the rosies is popular in dance class!!! Hey, Chickiel How low can you go? ., w. 1 'E g E x x N x 1 Q n O Q Z 5 - ' , - 2 '1- . . 11, . , J Y subject Qartj O The lf-30521 GO' Q .I 6 ily, NY I 1 J! N i X Kevin McAniff does en'o one D. . il To ff I f. 7 O D. O. By Nancy Parra Art classes at Agua Fria are very popular. These classes are taught by Mr. Clark. The art classes offered are geared towards those students inter- ested in their artistic ability. ln the art class students are given the opportunity to discov- er new abilities con- cerning art. Another class of- fered to Seniors only is D.C.E. and D.O. This class is designed to let Seniors attend school part of the day and work part of the day. This program gives the student a chance to get involved with the work world before graduation. Mr. Hag- german is the teacher who is in charge of this program. 'X ' 8 ME? Derrlk Mellon is busy, busy, busy. r -Hs If 2 -f qjqgxlf Q 4' X bbc., ... X.. i. 'ry In - i"'.Sf ' -. Senior, Sheffield Abelda, draws up a storm. This group of sophomores love to draw together 1 F 5 '11 vii E , Don't grunt, Shane. It can't be that heavy. V Dina Cruz concentrates on building her leg mus- cles up. y Push it "Look at all those muscles". Boys and yes, EVEN girls really learn how to pump iron in Agua Fria's weight train- ing program. Everyone who takes the class becomes more physically fit and has the desire to keep lifting weights to stay in shape , . . So ifyou wantto have a great l'BOD" and if you don't mind sweating a bit, Weight Training is the place to be! By .nam l'm living proofthat anyone can lift weights, so give it a try. A Pictures make me so weak. P X x x E X x 2 . I u 3 122 0 ' ' ' '1. . "1 . -J . 53. -J. L-If i vii 'Ti Tim believes in the saying "No pain . No gain" That's right, that's right, l'M BAD! Cecilia takes time out to smile for a picture. Girl power! Ughhhhh in----W God, ifl ever needed your help, it's now. She really loves Weight Training can't you tell? Q g s N X x X . ' , . ' . '1- . E . rf. 1 . 0-J LJ' ' 123 . 1 Q ,....----"' Auto Ag. By Shannon Singleton Locked your key in- side your car? Have no fear! There is hope. Lo- cated at the north end of our school is the au- tomech room where saving people from this catastrophe seems to be their most popular job this year. Along with this, auto class works on any- thing from putting on a tire to rebuilding mo- tors. Across the parking lot is the agriculture building. Here stu- dents learn many skills and responsibilities along with having a lot of fun. The F.F.A. at- tends all the fairs where they show and judge livestock. Throughout the year there are several differ- ent events. An ice cream social, trip to the movies, two bar-b- ques, and a Valentines dance. Along mth this, animals and a garden are raised every year. '12 "Now isn't this a fine piece of machinery? This is how ya do it, got it? Edie, watch your hands. iThey look hungry?J T00 busy to smile for the camera W A N. 3 qi x W S 'fa .5 a 71: - O .- 's Wi' 1 Rocco Monaco "caught red handed." ' y. Juniors look on proudly their arden. Q 1 M55 W if I ie ,La A v , don't forget two eggs and a of flour. . 2 I ' 5 K iff Cody and his trusted tractor. Dennis, Joaquin, and James. Noth ing gets past these three. I 's 1 i - 'fi E 711 i 0 . 0 0 . o 0-J' 2 5 5 125 Photo flash By Vicki Frank Click, click, clickity- click are the sounds that have echoed in Agua Fria's halls as the photography classes grasped unique memories of the year. Photography 1-2, taught by Mr. Clark, is where first year students are in- troduced to the basic concepts involved. Mr. Clark's students ex- periment with creativ- ity hoping that they will take, develop, and print the "ultimate" photographs which is the goal of the class. Mr. Doyon teaches photo I5-4. lt is a more challenging class. Al- though it is considered difficult work at times, it is also a class that gives students more independence and re- sponsibility. Students attend meetings, ac- tivities, and sporting events and donate most of their pictures for the yearbook. "Both photo classes are great! They let you do and create what you want to. Everyone should take photo." Sean Kuhn. What great proofs. On the count of three say pink pee pee Mr. Clark checks out the slides There's the picture I want. 126 ' ' ' J -JF -42 -af ...nf .sf .4 Af Thanks, photo staff, for all the hard work you have done throughout the year. top left, Sean Kuhn, bottom, Tim Clark, top right, Joeanne Towey, middle, Derrick Mellon, bottom, Kim Palmer and Jen- nifer Malody. l EXllNlaUlbl'll INSIDE Q Q Q x,l,'11lir111,1. D-J' ' ...f nj' 127 The juniors take great pride in their float. A perfect example of manhood?l hx: I Everyone loves getting close at the dances. lfyou're happy, stick out -your tongue. Even Mr. Fulton likes to take a break from work once in a while. Well, I accidentally left my l.D. in my room. X L-fl 129 vu Freshmen's typical Monday morning, if X., -2. tel 6 fag, Nichole Adams Ruben Aguilar Natasha Allen Steven Allen Amador Alvarado Marta Anaya Kelly Anderson Lance Anderson Jacob Andrews Ericka Asher Davina Astorga Ben Avitia Jim Baggett Richard Bane Steven Banning Mona Barron Alexia Barton Jodi Becker Scott Becker Aaron Benally David Billingsley Michael Bishop John Bison Layce Blakeman Holly Boone Darrel Bowlan Brent Bradley Corina Brandom Aaron Brandt Dakri Brandt Jennifer Bridges Kathryn Brown Robert Brown Tina Brucker Juan Burciaga Kelli Burke Belinda Bustos Cynthia Buttes Russell Bynum Mollie Cable Jose Cabral Judith Cachin Rachel Cantrell Jeanie Cantu Juliet Carrion Michael Carroll Tom Carroll Carmen Carter Dawn Carter Terrie Casas Chris Castillo Ronnie Castillo Raquel Chavazos Glenn Chamberlin The freshmen, otherwise known as "The Little Rascals," tal-ting a spin on their homecoming float. Freshmen Beth Randall and handy Dewey Kicking back and catching up on some good gossip. Brady Chatfield Filiberto Chavarin Thomas Chavez Danion Chevalier Carrie Childress Terry Cisneros Fletcher Clarke Elizebeth Clay Tony Cluff Renee Cole Robin Cons Marvin Cook Freshman Morene Murphy at registration. Lisa Cooley Sidney Copeland Brian Corral Diana Corralejo Laurie Courtney Tab Cozad Kelly Crouch Dana Crujido Valerie Cruz Patricia Cuskaden David Daffern Stephanie Daniels Daro Joseph Colette Davis Debbie Davis Dina Davis Shannon Davis Russell Day Robert DeCroce John DePew Tom Delaney Tracy Denning Tammy Dew Sandra Dewey David Dominquez Diana Dominquez Jason Donovan Elise Doyle Julie Duhon Mathew Eichorn Crystal Eisenbart Aida Elizondo Russell Ellis Sara Ellsworth Karen Elms Cindy Enriquez Sandra Enriquez Henry Escobar Jay Evans Tiffanie Ferreira Ricky Fields Andy Fischrup David Foulke Ronald Fountain Kelly Fowler Jimmy Fox Dustin French Tara Friend . it TN Gina Fust Shannon Gallagher Juanita Gallegos Michele Gallyer Sheryl Gant Gene Garcia Adel Garza Ralph Garza Michael Gerleman Glenn Johnson's off to school. Mathew Gibson Roger Glaefke Melissa Glover Shannon Gongaware Emilio Gonzales Priscilla Gonzalez Christine Goodrich Shani Govan Charles Graham Rochelle Greer Mathew Grenger Bertha Guerrero Elsie Guerrero Anthony Gutierrez Cindy Gutierrez Robyn Hadley-Vogal Edward Hagerman David Haggerty Kenneth Hardison Michelle Hensley Isabel Hernandez Monica Hernandez Monica Hernandez Sandra Hickernell Paul Hickert Kevin Hickson Rick Higbie Deborah Hill Rebecca Hill Dawn Holder Tammy Holder Jennifer Holm Mathew Holm Mike Holmes David Howland Rebecca Howland Keith Huckaby Stephanie Huels James Hughes Susan Hunt Demetrius Hunter Kristina Hurst David Huych Violeta Igna Rosas lnez Catina lsaac Conrad Jaramillo Polly Jesse Curisity Johnson John Johnson Karen Johnson Karl Johnson Louis Johnson Reecy Johnson Tina Johnson Rachel Jones Spencer Justus Shaun Kalos Shawna Kanne Raymond Keeney James Ketchman Matt Kildoo Hyun Kim Victoria Kindle Karen Koontz Jenny Koppelman Jennifer LaPlante Henry Laborin Donald Landis Pam Landon John Larson Brittnee Lee Roseanna LeUa Joseph Leon Ruben Levario Angela Lewis Mary Lewter Don Lighlbody Jessie Linehan Laura Lomas Stephan Long Lisa Phillips most embarassing mo ment was when she lost her bikini top at Big Surf Diana Coralejo S most embarassing moment was when her tube top fell off during a game of twister rm 5' . K Q.. Ks r Q Q wp. Ramon Perez, Leila Wooley, and Stanley De Lo Santos smile pretty. Laura Lopez Zulema Lopez Amy Lorenz Tajek Lott Johnny Luck Heron MacCormac:k lrma Maldonado Aasma Magbool Jesse Martinez Monica Martinez Monica Mascarenas Carson Mason Dawn Mathews Chris McAniff Kimberly McCants Jason McClure Jerry McComb Daniel McCullough Deborah McCullough Denise McCullough David McDaniel Janie Mee Maribel Melendez Dina Mendibles Jerry Mikeal David Miller Gloria Miller Michael Miller Chad Millette Cheryl Minnicks Amber Montgomery Jamie Moore Jesse Moreno Q' 137 Marcia Moreno Emest Moseley Terry Moseley Robert Mosher Dawn Mullan Robert Murdock Bertha Murillo Maureen Murphy Thomas Muszynski Raquel Plabors Sam Nandin Bernice Noriega Rick O'Brien Joe Olson Melissa Ondo Dominic Orlando Gabriel Ortega Marcia Ortega Cruz Ortiz Steven Ortiz Christina Ovieda Stacy Parker Tamra Palmer Kristine Patterson Ryan Peacock Danny Pearson Cher Pecora Lisa Pedrotti James Pennington Alex Pereda u lm . if -S. 'L -5 S. x I I XR Q. 1 Freshman Timothy Reed gives us a big smile in order to get his picture taken. Lenny Perez Louisa Perez Mario Perez Ramon Perez Jodi Peroutka Lisa Phillips David Piano Shelby Pierce Richard Popour Danny Porter Tyrone Porter Scott Porter Lori Powers Kenneth Pritchard Chris Puaa Randal Rabelista Griselda Ramirez Marivel Ramirez Elizabeth Randall Stacy Rayner Joe Ready Timothy Reed Kelly Reffett Kristine Reinhart Anji Rice Jason Richardson Gwen Richmond Joseph Rider Jason Ritter Cristal Rodriquez Elena Rodriquez Rene Rodriquez Donald Rohla Jessica Rojas Mario Roman Juan Romayor By Dianne Gladhard The baby Owls got involved in many activi- ties this year. They did their best in the home- coming activities. Freshmen showed their talents at pep as- semblies and cheered the Owls to victory at the football games. Sports were very popular with them. The freshman football team had an exciting year. The class of "9O" has out- standing enthusiasm. Gabriel Romero Carol Rose Andrew Ruiz Imelda Ruiz Joey Salas Manuel Salazar Saul Salinas Cynthia Sanchez Leonard Sanchez Miguel Sanchez Rachel Sanchez Darin Sandidge Stephen Sapp Paul Sarzoza Heather Saunders Evan Sayres David Schacher Louise Schmitz Tami Schmuki Tom Schoaf Cheryl Scisson Jeffrey Scott Mike Serna Brenda Shack Susan Shassetz Mitzi Shepherd Kandis Sheppard Kristin Sheppard Tony Smith Crista Snider Brandy Sorter Cynthia Spidle Billie Staggs Keith Stamper Christy Stanley Edward Stelzel Tammy Stinson Sarah Stockstill Mikiko Stott Kevin Stout Misty Stroessner Kristi Sullins Christop Tafoya Eunice Taylor William Thatcher Julie Thompson Stacie Tibbetts Tim Tomlinson Hortencia Tovar Paul Trevino Belinda Trotter Eric Trumbull Tiffany Tucker Madhu Unnikrishnan Esmeralda Vallejo Scott Van Duyn Paul Vaughn Dawn Vaught Chad Veich Paul Veilleux Lisa Velez Juan Vergara Melissa Via Joe Vigil Tony Villano Gloria Villasana Steven Vizzerra Heather Ward Hey Diana, don't look so thrilled. Alycia Wilson Bessie Wilson Kobcrt Wilson Leila Woolley Ann Wylie Rasamee Yotrat AB Randy Waxler Monica Webber April White Jacqueline White Philip Whitmore Michelle Wilcox Johnny Williams Michel! Willer Michael Williams X Do the Hoki Poki ancl turn yourselfaround AK it f Wow! Check out the duds. Woops! I mean dudes. Sorry, guys. -++..,- Freshman Molly Cable. Qi. kX N Y SI Dawme Young Leon Young Tim Young Sharon Yowell Surprise, Tiffani! X 1 Sophomores enjoy their second round of opening day assemblies. 5. Dan Slagle spots the girl of his dreams. Jessie Adame Shaugne Ahart Marah Albelda Tania Albelda Barbara Allison Sandie Altamirano Allie Alverez Andrea Armenia Adrienne Asbury Junior Avila Robert Avitia Becky Ayres Rim Baggett Joann Bales Adrian Ballesteros Eva Banuelos Gary Barnes John Baum Jenny Beaudoin Adam Becker Florence Beebe Ted Beecroft Cindy Belford Trisha Belford Kathy Berger Stephanie Berumen Roland Betancourt Carolyne Beyle Richard Blumer David Blythe J.D. Boe Phillip Boone Mike Brabec Aimee Brainard Jesus Bravo Trevor Brewer Alicia Brockey Ken Brown Spencer Brown Stevie Brown Velvet Browning James Brumley Alma Bryant Jennifer Byrum John Camacho James Cameron Bobby Campbell Mike Canfield Audry Cardenas Shari Carroll Todd Carroll Heala Carson Reed Carson John Carver Benji Castaneda Francisco Castaneda Albert Celestlno Bobby Chapa Joanna Chappell Michael Chavez Tommy Conklin Kaylen Cons Chamie Contreras Dave Cook Wendy Cook Debbie Coons in .1-ad Nr , il xx, x iff x Qs lg Rx l Su W. 5. .. XM " if Terah Perry takes time out for a picture David Rutherford waits in line for his Happy Meal. Q. ,4 lx., ., Q ww- N'-C lil Marla Cooper Angel Cordero Renee Corlew Lisa Cote Kim Crane Sean Crawley James Crowder Dan Cruz Ernie Cruz Jaime Cruz Sal Cruz Richie Cunningham Tim Cunningham Jennifer Davis Leann Davis Randy Day Dan Dearing Heather Dehaven Polly Delaney Leroy Delapaz John Delliskave Lisa Delos Santos Criag Dempsey Steve DeMuth Laura Densford Joyce DeShazo John Diaz Laura Diaz Rachel Dickerson Marcelino Dominquez Brenda Downing Mendi Eckert Lyn Ellis Monica Enriquez Samuel Enriquez Sean Enriquez Paulette Ensign Melani Espil Rene Espinosa David Estrada Debbie Estrada Bob Farris Jan Farris Elisco Felix Chip Flowers Brian Folk Sylvia Folks Michelle French Patty Galindo Jim Gallegos Joli Galvan Kristi Garber Anna Garcia Freddy Garcia Robert Garcia Shannon Garcia Brett Gardner Larry Gardner Philip Gardner Julie George Jessica Gigliotti David Giles Jay Gilvan Anna Gonzales Marty Gonzales Jimmy Gonzalez Laura Gonzalez Scooter Gonzalez James Graham John Graham Kevin Graham Ricky Gray Lisa Greer Chris Haessley Fred Hafner Vanessa Haney David Harms Patrick Hamish L.-.. gg, QR Xl ,AM vga TAGl, you're itll" -sp. sw, - W. Q ..,s Isl Q x ka Betsy and John. What an adorable couplel . -. 0 xx. 3 5 l : Q NXXRLX x X X lilf X il ii X X I X 1 N I 6 l . Brigette Harris Fred Heger Bob Heiner Karen Hendrick Vonya Hensley Katie Hernandez Mary Hernandez Nick Hernandez Sal Herrera Lynn High Sonya Hilbert Tanya Hilbert Jenny Holtrup John Horine Erika House Steven Howell Lisa Humphries Ron Hunter Darin Hurlburt Don Hutchison Heidi Ihnat Lynn Jackson Trena Jackson Jennifer Jarnagin Anthony Jaurique John Jennings Elizabeth Johnsen Brian Johnson Regina Johnson Karson Jordan Chrissy Kapetanakls Shelly Keehn Wade Kelly Tom Kennedy Kelly Kenney Pam Kerezmarv Dusty Kerr Dawn Killop Dohyung Kim Paul Kirker Travis Kisner Tonya Knell Don Knox Dale Koskinen Justin Krautz Laura Lackey Crista Lair Mark Lambrecht Asia Landis Shawn Larkins Ann Lavoie Ray Lay Terri Lemons Lucinda Lopez for 1 ig' ' Kathryn Mack Yvonne Madrid Epimenio Marquez Rebecca Marquez Pete Martin Belen Martinez Benji Martinez Lydia Martinez Pete Martinez Zack Martinez Joshua Mason Alicia McAnally Kimberly McClure Jackie McDaniel Clark McDonough David McGee Brian McQuay Lori Measel 'XR ,, N i Q N Antoinette Love Melanie Lueck vi' My Paul Luellig Racquel "kicks" back in dance class. Alma Luk ff. n A group of our talented sophomore cheerleaders take time out for a picture. gt ., ww 1 J' S-X in-1 Vishal Mehra Darian Mellon Cristina Mendoza Gregory Mesecher Shari Messerschmidt Stephen Miller Michael Minyard Raquel Miranda John Mitchell Jesenia Montanez Candy Monticl Miquel Mora Lori Morales Manuel Morales Brian Moreno Ricardo Moreno Julie Morrison Maria Mosher Martha Muniz Michael Munoz Veronica Munoz Laura Murrieta Jennifer Plardina Jason Nelson Katie Newcomb Kim Newell Charissa Newport Alex Nicholas Jeff Noggles Jeff Nuels Dan Onstad Becky Osterfeld Eric Owens Danny Ozuna Frank Ozuna Mike Ozuna Casey Paulson Edward Pennington Mireya Penunuri Alicia Perez Benji Perez Jennie Perez Terah Perry Sandy Pina Sheldon Pino Etta Pless Shane Porter Julie Price Kim Price Carolyn Prieto Lorraine Ramos Roberto Ramos Padma Rao Anneka Ray Suzanne Reinhart Molly Rigg Mike Ritter Rita Rivas Julie Roderick Jesse Rodriquez Loranzo Rodriquez Rance Roe Steve Roehling Mary Rogers Sheri Rogers Antonio Rosales Cinda Rose Julie Rowe Robyn Rumble David Rutherford Steve Sahuaqui Andy Salazar 24 ,., .iq 3 viik.. V . fa N 1 JY! I find my friend dur1ng4he not so talented, not so She s frightened and a bit and with the world not so rf x s ft' Lisa Cote and Yoli Galvan L Roman Vasquez and Brian Moreno A ,Ma s.,,,..,,,.,,.f,iw...a-wvm-f Jaime Cruz and Sal Cruz sf? t Q Nw . Q N l--.. Kristi White and Jennifer Byrum Mehdi Eckert and Asia Landis ,Q- ...,. .1 v x I 153 Delia Sanchez Denise Sanchez Christy Sanmiguel April Sartin Paul Sausedo Baran Schmidt Jill Scofield Rhonda Schroeder Robin Scott Jamie Session Ann Shassetz David Shilliday Gregory Sims Karmjit Singh Daniel Slagle Jahala Smith Silver Smith Teresa Snider Patrick Snow Eddie Solis Stephanie Solis Keith Soren Alejandro Sotelo Dawn Steele 45... 4 in wr'-v .t..J. b "Here I come to save the day!!!!" AX x C T "Hi Mom!" Jana Stumpl Stacy Suckling Tom Sudan James Sunderland Sheri Susi Cheryl Sutton Ryan Sutton Tamara Talebl John Taylor Stefani Taylor Becky Tellez Michelle Templeton Robert Terry Charles Thomas Christy Thompson Shawn Thompson Charles Tonkinson Johnny Torres Sharon Torrez Ashli Troeh Annette Turner James Tyra Stella Valdez Yolanda Valdez Rodney Van Dyke Teri Van Plort Tracy Vandewater Mark Veerapen Steve Veerapen Danita Villa Manuel Villa Heather Wagner Deland Wait Betsy Wiatt Tammy Walker Sheila Walton Jon Warkomski Gary Waterman Andrew Watkins Michael Weber Michael Webster Daniel Weidner we The true wickedness comes out in Reed Carson f Left: Sophomores show school spirit. Below: Y Steve we know you re bad- you don t have to flaunt it.' Right: Heidi uses a trash bag for a different purpose. Left- John Graham during his night life Rightiiliim Bagget is tru- ly saiisticated. Left corner: Ann proves how boring Drama can be '-z X .. 'mf .A Below: Why cant he use a fork like the rest of us? 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There were many fund raisers held the week of December 6-125. It was known as Michelle Becker week. It started eat pizza party." for the cost of 55.50 per person. ta dollar was donated to- ward the causej. On the 15th the final day of the Michelle Becker week, a golf tournament, a bow- lathon and a talent show were held. Paul Jones, assisted by Debbie Schlensig, put most of these fundraisers together. The Chamber of Commerce was a BIG To Cany : ,,,.,,-ww Fievel and Michelle have a glass of orange juice. mu-- out with a breakfast benefit at McDonalds help to both of them as far as getting it all togeth- held on the 6th, Then on the 7th an invitational volleyball tournament was played. The follow- ing day, Pistol Pete's Piz- za had an "all you can er. Mrs. Schlensig would like to thank all the stu- dents of Agua Fria for all their help and support. We wish Michelle well and lots of love. Melissa works hard dur ing pancake breakfast Mrs. Schlensig, head organizer for Michelle Organizers discuss fundraisers. F Semor WIIIS ' I Tnna Edwards bemg of sound mmd and body leave my good tlmes good friends good memories and good luck wlth good relatlonshlps to Sherry Susl l Jeff Farns leave to the Archyology Club of underclassmen fake maps to hldden treasures ln the Superstltlon Mountams l Stephen Densford wlll Mlke Smlth a book on The Usefulness of the Female Gender l Ken McCombs wlll all the Russlan Invaders and nuclear holocosts to Mrs Lyall l Tuna Beyle wlll to my slster Carolyne Beyle all the fun of gettlng a yearbook put together Good luck next year l Dendra Scott wlll my ablllty to shut up ln class to my slster Andrea l Klm Kenney wlll my sister Kelly the best of luck In the years to come l Corlna Hernandez wlll my ablllty to excel ln everythlng to my httle slster Monlca Hernandez Mark Porter wnll nothlng for nothing because nothlng leaves nothlng Jum Chalkeenee wlll success ln llfe to Preyoon Lekkong Dlna Cruz wlll my thanks to Ms Chlllag for bemg there when l needed her Saul Reyna w1ll my good looks to Saul Reyna Jr Gayle Washington wlll my wlll power to stay out of trouble to Samatha Mntchell Alan Daggett wlll my old and dlrty weight tralnlng shlrts to Jeff Schmukl Kurt Plltsche wlll my mlnd Cwhat s left of ntl to all the underpnvlleged klds Angela Garza wlll my mtellngence to the class of 1988 Sherlynn Cook wlll all my love and devotlon to my boyfnend Verne Rogers Enn Scott wlll my mock I5 eatlng hablts to Don Shllllday Dann Faughn wlll all my rock shlrts to Mr Glvln Kns Andrews wlll my car to Mr Wllhams my volce to Chnsty Reeder my grade pomt average to Ruth Grumblmg I Llnda Kesley wall my mother to Mehssa Weber so shell always have someone there to show her how to dnvel l Steve Roberts leave my Lucy ln the Sky wlth Dlamonds to Ray L l Kldo Sarzoza wlll 25 pounds of excess fat and uglyness to whoever dlsllked me l Pllcole Folks wlll to Phyllls and Teresa Muller all the dlrty looks you gave me when l was a Senior l Tony Talavera wlll one of my personal possesslons l leave to a lucky person next year my valuable black book l Chnstlna Guckenhexmer wlll my dltchlng excuses to whoever wlll need them next year l Mehssa Weber wlll my car to Llnda at least It lsn t a Ford l Letlcla Gonzalez wlll to Jesse Auena all the love and support he ll need to make It through has last year l Chnstlna Mumford will my keyboardlng notes and expenence to Alncla Brockey l Mlke Hawthorne wlll all my books and bad tlmes to my brother who IS gonna be a freshman Good luck Bnan I Tlsh Roberson wlll the last stall ln the 500 wlng bathroom to Marsha Bryann I Jerry Fletcher wlll all of my greasy clothes from auto shop to Mr Purcell l Jason Saunders wlll my bald tures to Mr Purcell 4 :' - Oil g - -. 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QQ f f xg ' ' am :V if + wif W5 i sv nfl "' x . ,J 6 J- Q H' K. abt W xv if '. W af 1 E61 , " S X Q' "gf 9' 5' V 1 Q -I f? Qffiif iw , 1 - 1, at is if 4- W w s. zfv, .M W LW. x f,V-.gg ,L By Cindy Holdcroft The year is 1987 and we, the SENIORS have just completed our last year of high school. Many exciting things have hap- pened these Iast four years, but now, we have many new adven- tures and opportunities await- ing for us. As we look back we will always have our special memories here at Agua Fria. All of us have our favorites, mine was . . . KRIS ANDREWS-The 1986 prom , I , A night l'll Never forget!! MARK REESE-Jumping for tow- els in Freshman P.E.! MIKE HAWTHORNE-The Friday night games and ESPECIALLY the party's after!! JAMIE SELF-Hangin loose with all my friends . . . KEVIN MCANIFF-Singing for I'l.C. atLiz Lessard's Fourth of July TAM! ilvf T-HFONPSOWMX FTCSHFHHH yearg weffworysecond 'place for noon time activitiesi-in flag foot- ball. We were alllhappy toaget our awards!!! I STACIE LUECK-Feeling cool' to be in high school, meeting and making new friends, most of who will never be forgotten.j.s.!! TINA BEYLE-Finding the eyeball Freshman year, in the girls bath- room and putting it in the boys bathroom!! JOANNE TOWEY-Watching the sunset at the lake on Christmas Eve mth Fernando . . . JENNIFER MAIHOFER-My old high tops, Levis, spitting and es- pecially being myself totally free!! Robert Abbott Leslie Anderson. Frank Balmer John Beecrolt Elaine Billingsley Randi Brereton Nancy Carlson David Clark Joe Cooper Debby Corcoran Tom Corcoran Bob Cox Kathy Crill Farrel Cutler Fred Davis Laurie Davis Buddy Deimler wayne Des Combes Andre Doyon Cyndy Eshoo Martin Foxwell John Faris Vlcki Garber Dave Goltia Mary Goodwin Trinna ulraziani Bob Grey Gary Hagerman Lisa Hansen Sonja Hendrick Karen Hepting Daniel Hemandez Jay Horen Bill Jackson Byron Judge Mrs. Grazlani doesn't look like that all the time. She's actually very smart. Ken Justice Scott Kardel Gail Kendall Patsy Koontz Karen Kotallk John Leach Bill Lelnart Mlchele Lyall Mlke Mahon Cam Martln Bill Mclvlllllan Diane McPeak Chris Paullno Reynaldo Peru Tracy Pfeiffer MWC' -,I :M 1 s MM N :ffmllgwfig 'D- 203 f ,J Linda Phillips Lloyd Purcell Jo Naehrbass Deborah Raffin Kim Randall Ken Reed Tom Reeder Kathy Rusch L Debbie Schlensig Richard ,Schreiber I I I clyde Shulsky Guy Smith Mike Smith Elsa Sol rrzano Rick Spears Crystal Stephens l I V u .. . , wi? Q . 1 ld. -, 1 . 'Q' f "' X 1 EA Y' Mr. Reeder before and after class. Rolfe Taylor Farrell Tur' :y John Vickery i Roger Warner Tom Wheatley Howard White A M I . Karen Whitney 1 1 1 Linda wilkins I ' y Mike Williams if V.t, I g I W Larry Wray is L f ' X . " Y. , i Dora Aragon ' - V W Kay Beecroft , V 5' W Joanne Bauer " f Phyllis Bringer by Margaret Brough , , ity-wk - ' ' " V tt.. W ...W "'i ' 104 l 1, I Ji Y ' T All Rose Brown Shirley Campbell Connie Cooley Jlm Dawson Yvonne Espil Mamle Force Romelda Oay Shlrley Hammitt Pat Henderson Joyce Hogan Shirley Johnson Carlene Kennedy Helen Knapp Nancy Marshall Earl Broomhead Nan Moses James O'Brien Carol Ray Robln'Jones Carole Rohla Wayne Bateman Donald Roderick Sandra Scheidt Mary Solano Pat Stevenson Sharon Wood Jean Zell Dick Himebaugh Don Shilliday Don McPeak Bob Trout 41. Bo rd of Educatlon -an K ,, 'f 4" "v ' "" if Maintenance and Cafeteria V25 Smile, Bessie, you're on can We ARE the best there can be. did camera. - W 'M I H " . i I ,f" U . fri Z g n , ..,,,q,,,M,q,i'fV Wait! I have to fix my hair "Do you realize what you eat when you eat our burritos?" still. f I Lb rv- 7' ' Mary Lueck GGY Romack 109 W HONEYSUCIALE P Q35 5754 L hf ld S5340 X I El LITCHFIELD IIE' IPX NC Qf f In i Er PRESCRIPTION SERVICE INSURANCE CLAIMS SICKROOM NEEDS SALES 8. RENTAL SOUVENIRS - I ,M U PHOTO SERVICE GIFTS COSMETICS LEGAL KITS X ,- ' In fmwffw- KEYS MADE PET SUPPLIES SEWING NEEDS X 9 ... . SODA FOUNTAIN RESTAURANT X I 4:1 U IE-1 S LI 'O . ' ,,4ED,MET "SERVING THIS AREA 18 YEARS" X ' ' l E ...g,'..":5.,. QT-iff' -Mlm 033535-5806 S S X 1 EMERGENCY AFT HRS sssassol ' Sell ly Tho e Ge e C S R rugs We ould Use For Our FamIly" 133 N Li hf ld RD- Ut f 'ff P X I T v d Sh pp g C I I lb N f d S hl R Lt hf d Rd Byp Aifllly I , If 3 "'l J ' ,A ' QWA xxx, w N 5 W 41 ll , M X 'A . M W D " I res: t - ' ' Porls, Arizo Y XA- . ' r I ' N C -. -J' ,.- J. I ,, I X I X 2' , Q ' X , f mi' 1 I V f I Q -. " ' E' V 2,5 ' ",I I K. ' EK - E - N: , , -1 . T ' A W ' F -X X - X E - - Q 5 CD If n - - - - WELLS PHARMACY Congratulates the Class of 87 HOURS O Monday Saturday 9 AM t1l 8 Sunday 11 AM t1l 6 PM P O 932 O34O qflfe stuff.: jzarzirrzc 14 ton 3 O B teozy 932 asoo I DlSCOUHf PI'6SCI'IptI0l1S R s 160219352028 L Z1 is Slckroom Supplles and Rentals P 9 26' 9872 Hallmark Cards ALPHA BETA CENTER ,nm wells REA'-TY 1259 N Litchfield Rd Pharmacist HEATHER CLARKE Goodyear AZ 85358 Real Estate Counselor 952 5040 'ZX- WESTERN TRAV 238 West Western Ave Avondale AZ 85323 ... fx 932 9370 Owners ,Yun A Wanda Sesszau From Here To There Wxth Care There IS no addmonal charge for our servrces Congratulations Class of 1987 From Bulfer Jewelry And Stat? H NE - . I . . 2 N RTH av 5 . AVON Am.E.Amz, 3 3 . , , us. - . V 2' e- - U3 A - f a er - ' -3- 1 G 820 E. Van B en ' Suite 116 Goodyear, AZ 85338 -5 0 :.!12: I' 1' X ," 3 . L'."C1'?'fg- ' WAN' lui v 1 1 ll . Jun 8: Evelyn Fought Owners Harlan Lambrecht 8a Gary Dennlngs Manager GCDCJDALE HARDWARE vADUE 29 E W t Cl A 85338 932 3080 8 TRUE Your Fnends At UHIUYHZHTICS Phoemx u'fef'.,.l"'I?I.,. 1000 N Lltchfield Rd Goodyear AZ 85558 952 8100 AVOIYDALE SAFETY SER VICE DICK WEBB Congratulations 706 E WESTERN AVE C1355 of '8 7 AVONDALE, Az. 952-0370 Mc Ona 1720 N Dysort Rd Goodyear 932 2707 ds COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTIONAL BUD FRANK BUILDING 81' DEVELOPMENT CORP BUD FRANK D G60 5005 w CLAR1-:Noon f602j 274 4460 GRANDBELL ACE HARD WARE Your Helpful Hardware Man 16551 N Dysart Road mms rooLs Elecrmcu. SUVPVISC AVIZON3 85574 PLUMBING HARDWARE HOUSEWARES LAWN G GARDEN PET SUPPLIES LUMBER BUD BAR! FRANK OW Your Helpful Hardware Man Paints Tools Electrical Plumbing Hardware Housewares Lawn 86 Garden Pet Supplies Lumber Congratulations WCKI BUD 81' BARB FRANK OWNERS I 5021 954 207 4 I B I EVELOPMEN co . aoos w. cumsnoon . I ,Azasow 16021274-4460 I PHOENIX, AZ 85017 ' " 1 'A' : u se, na Il II u I A , non 0021934-2074 I I I I o o o I - Q' v 11 15 2 50 Lunch Open dally 11 am 10 pm off the menu 4 50 9 00 Dlnner 1109 W 8th Street All you can eat Buffet On Dysart Road Avondale 85525 952 5711 Westside Transmission 32 NORTH BTH STREET AVONDALE ARIZ 85323 PHONE 16025 932 O34O ACE HARDWARE AIYD LUMBER 9207 W Van Buren 501 E WESTERN AVE TOLLESON 85555 AVONDALE AZ 85525 CHEVROLET 1oE GAMBINO pI'9SId9l'1f Avondale Arizona 16023 932 4389 Phx fi 245 2438 85323 N E . E J 507 E. Van Byren ,zy- A LVL -' ...:"'. '1-III e e!-'F-... 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X X -- I AREA1 YEARS" H MEDIMET senvmcsrns XX 935-93.304 g TJ inveasb-TOO XX AL HOLMANJIY E p X X "Wo Sell Onry Thou Generic Drugs 118 N LITCHFIELD RD, LITCHFIELD PK WoWouIdUuFofOurF " d Sh I C I S 'm " .Tc ,ISIS R3'aZ,,..'1"? 'Ii '2"I.iI'!l 212.26 Congratulations class of 1987 FFOITI William C Bramard M D L T D 4616 N 51st Avenue OFUTOPEUICS Phoemx Anzona 85051 and f602j 846 7614 Sports Medicine ! llsie11Z1ft83-giljzlce 9 SEBRING Mlke s Automotlve Garage an ' N Mlke Federico 921 N 8th Street 932 2611 Avondale Az 85323 Rn' Hcur Designers INT B C LOCKSHOPPEI CERTIFIED MEDECO SERVICE Suite A MIWA SECURITY LOCK DISTRIBUTOR COMPUTER DESIGNED MASTERKEY SYSTEMS Avondale AZ 1217 N LII ml lun u G dy asaaa f6021 952 45 70 . U I ' ' .sw .im O ' I 9 C' 57 ' 0 lv Q s MEMBER qsozy 932-4220 F six 0 o - I . c e on oo ear, Arizona ' Ng 219 Office: C6021 952-1500 Res: C6021 945-4075 ALA B. HUMAN, D.D.S. LTD. WALKER 81' ARMSTRONG Tax services Individual-Corporate Partnership-Benifit Plans Estates and Trusts General Services Computer Recording services Small Business services ALAN B. HOMAIY, D.D.S. "Gentle Dentistry" Cosmetic, Restorative, General 1105 North Litchfield RD. Suite A Goodyear, Arizona 85558 Accounting Services Audit-Review-Compilation Financial Statements Consulting Services Financial Sr Tax Planning Management Advisory Services David P. Meese, Jr., CPA 505 East Plaza Circle Suite B Litchfield Park, Az 85540 955-1005 Certified Public Accountants C6025 952-0740 Furniture 81' Carpet 505 W Van Buren 0 Avondale Az. 85525 Litchfield TRAVEL SERVICE RONALD A BERDOY MANAGER 551 Plaza Cr Dr 602 955 5888 Suite B 668 595 AZ 85540 H ctw.. Ur? l' . TELEX QISTI Q Litchfield Pk. - 'Jun wx' I LITCHFIELD PARK PLAzA FRANK L ROSS 555 P P.O. B 597 .AZ 85340-0597 16023 935-1177 Executvve Suites Full Secretonol Servnces Store- Front Rental office: 935-9000 RON LAIR R consmucnou co "-935429, PLAZA SUITES 935 1313 -477 "U" "7 res.: 935-4438 CON GRA TULA TI OHS MICHELLE LAMPEK T AND THE GRADUATIIYG CLASS OF 1.98 7 ASC PARTS 750 E. Western Avondale AZ NG THE FIRST LETTER 85525 lx IN AUTO PARTS Phone 952 2450 ATTORNEY AT LAW C L P . . . . . . I Z 1,471 S45 Contact Jon Williams ot P.o. Box 385 - Litchfield Park, AZ 85340 N 221 CONGRATULATIONS STACIE LUECK AND CLASS OF '8 7 SENSEMAN-MCKISSON-ROSS INSURANCE INC. 1412 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE 0 SUITE A AVONDALE, ARIZONA ' 85525 CALL 952-4650 FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS! 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Litchfield Park Arizona 85340 Business I502I 247-0078 Res 935 3624 NOTARY 505 E Plaza Circle Suite :HA Litchfield Pa k AZ 85340 BICYCLES EVERGREEN LAWN Mowsns ' V lil! iU""f0U"' GARDEN EQUIPMENT as-an .9lti.i., CHAIN SAWS ' Richmond Chevron Lirchfield Rd 6 Von Buren 838 VAN DUREN Goodyear AZ 85338 Goodye-of Ar1z.85336 932-2400 oozoooo RENTALS SALES at SERVICE Good Luck Seniors ' ' r I Each Office ls Independently Owned And Open-:led 1 - I I 1 1 H ' Q o l TOWING SERVICE DIAL 932-1190 AFTER 6:00 PM. 932-2678 AvoNDALE SERVICE CENTER COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES 24 HPI, WFIECKEFI SERVICE LOWELL RIEFKOHL 722 E. WESTERN AVE. OWNER AVONDALE, ARIZONA 85323 Tainter Construction Inc. 401 W. Van Buren Avondale, Arizona 85525 G T I I n C 0 w.D. TAINTER AI. KA RSTETTE R Bus. 952-2116 Home 955-5624 iso EAST iviAiN PHONE 932-3511 GOODYEAR, ARizoNA 85338 932-aeao GARCIA 'S MARKET Famous For Our Meats KI TT YE 525 E. Main Avondale, A f h .Q 952-0 780 Congratulations To The Class of 1.98 7! CONGRATULATIONS STEPHEN DENSF ORD from M OM AND DAD CON GRA TULA TI OHS CLASS of 1987 From DESERT HOWL STAFF 3 .ff weft fgggmgfeim air We Q www 12 5 Qfflfvcp 1 mm' Q R EX617? ST' Q. A .,2'!.fH0.f " mm UW gf Avondale Goodyear Lltchfield Park CHAMBER of COMMERCE .952 2260 501 W Van Buren Goodyear AZ I I . , f s . Q 'L .598 A f- ii Qi 2 ff' gf si, I qi ' E .i 51.-1: 3 A iq A A gsi giierfii -ff . ' . 1 fx 1 g ig? wifi Ei X, A - , .1 . . .-- L g 25, . if s 3. LA mf A into A' T x A H A ' fgig., Ai 7 ii-. l, K K L an dw . ,J - if ' A EEE Ei . A QQ-"N or Qs A Q - i ,. 7 -iw ? 5 1 C '11 . A if fi SH: fm. ak 533 A 52 A ,, Zi C., l lu. . i - M. 1 if 3,1 .. an " 1 A . V , k viii' I Q,-gs gm ijr we COIYGRATULAT I ONS T O ALL GRADUA T IN G SEHI ORS White Shears flowers for all your floral needs 410 E Western Avondale Arizona 85525 Carole Helland 6 Eff THOMAS L SCHOAF F Aouvro Am P.O. Box Lrrcnrlsm PA Patch Too Boutlque CYNTHIA WAITT ' 935-3258 l Session Tire and Auto 258 W. Western Avondale, AZ 85525 Bus. 56021 95.2-0750 .Jere Session New Dealer Manager HIS REALTOR Your Host m the Park HELEN L MCALLISTER Res Ph 935 2364 ll lO5 W Honeysuckle P O Box 862 LItchfIeId Pork Ar z 85340 Phone 935 3851 MANNY CAMACHO PEST CONTROL CONGRATULATIONS SCCT TY RUBEN We re Proud Of You 1' P O Box 1485 Manny Camacho 952 1594 Owner Avondale AZ BAR B Q CHICKEN SHACK 1660 N. DYSART RD., 91 932 4078 The West Valley Car Co Inc Doug Proctor l602l 952 1254 15 W Van Buren Avondale AZ 855225 Klies can be replaced, pilots can'I KIte flyIng IS fun whether the pIlot IS a youngster teenager or adult Be careful Check for power lmes before you fly Always fly In an open area well away from power lmes Call your electrIc Ullllly If your kIte gets caught on a power lIne Dont try to get It down ourself Remember IleS can be replaced pllots can t Anlzoru Prom: SmvmaYou Congratulauons to the 1987 WICKIUD EdItor MIChelle Lampert Phone 952 1858 Windy Poo CERAMIC CREATIONS CLASSES AINID GIFT ITEMS WendyLee Pomeroy 705 E Western Larry Pomeroy Avondale AZ 85525 MUIUPKE 23175 Q . 0 0 llllllllflclllllllflll lllllll ' l '. I i r . . h - I .I I Roaches are flthy to you, But,theyar b dab tt I . Q Q v I I . . . IO ' ' U l I I f :W a. 1. Congratulations to the Class of '8 7 From Your Friends at The Wigwam if L, ,A we-...Qvv-Q34 .M-wr 5 L21 5 ,ga f w 'QW 1 1. 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Congratulatlons Knttan Good Luck Dont Forget I Get the car Love Raty I-Iolly Hudson G0 of es, Debbie Flschrup Q25 06065 To those who know From Colette Humphrey Sr Dranne Gladhart Q-E JM' A- .cg S0 9"'5f5ZZ9FQwD T-up cal 'ard Sell v X ?s. pl! nr lo el bggo sr, U o. ghff b Utunllraxs-H.qJ 'F Newfvh Klm and Sara MY GIFT TO YOU To reach up to the stars at night And swing across the sky That sjust one thmg I dream to do Before the day I due Ifl could buy those stars I see And tle them with a bow They would be my glft to you As you deserve them so Wlth face and eyes as klnd as yours And the Joy you brmg to me Wlth httle talks that help me out My fnend you ll always be At tlmes It s hard to say such words To a person In her slght But the words I wlsh to say to you Are In the sky at mght Donna Congratulatlons Muster Ed lRosel From Wllbur lWendyl XXX -.'v. MR A Q U 3' , To Llsa and Ploof Ruffus And Spaz The four most ternflc peo ple people I ve ever known Thanx for glvmg me the most speclal year of my Ilfe Love ya guys Rnttan Ill fellow students' It was a great tame at your school and I m happy that I could be wlth you I collected many new exper :ences and learned so many new things I thunk It was the most fascmatmg event In my llfe I II never forget lt' Es war echt suuuuper' Ich hatte un helmllch vlel spab lbesondcrs mltdcn modchenl Due lehrer waren bls auf em paar Ausnahmen wlrkllch OR Dab such due madchen so sehr schmmken flnde Ich schllchtweg dumm"' Best regards to Jummy Steph: F Jua nlta M Buck lltlo 627 Rutherford Char he Mlke Dam Robert Dma ChrlsD D My best teacher was of course Mass Thank you for everythlng Yours Matt C Muller foreign exchange student from Germany Yes I am drunk And you are ugly Tommorrow Mornmg I ll be sober But youll stall be UGLY' Wlnston Churchlll Robert Dean Tamter Con gratulatlons Son' We are very proud of you and we wlsh you health happn ness Sr success In the years to come Mom Sr Dad Donna' Klmmy' Lah' Inxs was the Gresteat' Thank' Tazz' Thanks for showlng Peter Ray and especially Mlcky' Next Set glmle Forever Sara' year Semors' Don't Change I ' , C1 , ' 1 Q ', . 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Vizzera, Carlos 0 Vizzera, Chris 66, 175 Vizzerna, Mike 198 Vizzerra, Steven 59 Vogel, Robyn 0 Vorhees, Brien O Vowell, Viola 198 Templeton, Mischelle 155 Tellez, Becky 155 Tebbe, John 172 Taylor, Stefani 71, 155 Taylor, Richard 197 Taylor, Neil 172, 166 Taylor, John 155 Taylor, Eunice 141 Taylor, Emmy 254 Taylor, Denise 64 Tarango, Freddie O Tarango, Angelia 161 Talebi, Tamara 90, 155 Talavera, Tony 197, 256 Talarico, Angela 85, 172 Tainter, Robby 12, 14 Tagle, Anita 245 Tafoya, Christopher 141 Tacy, Denise 172 Syverson, Gina 55, 45, 172 Swindle, Christopher 0 Sweedy, Michael 21, 197 Sutton, Ryan 58 Sutton, Cheryl 155 Susi, Sherry 155 Sunderland, James 155 Sulivan, Toby 172 Sullins, Kristi 95, 141 Sullins, David 172 Suckling, Stacy 28, 155 Suckling, Jeif 0 Stumpt, Jana 90, 105, 155 Stroud, Daniel 197 Stroesser, Misty 141 Strckland, Sean 105, 172 Strckland, Amy 5 Stout, Kevin 48, 141 Stout, Bruce 172 Stott, Mikiko 141 Stone, Robert 197 Stockton, Clint 172 Stockstill, Sarah 105, 141 Steele, Dawn 154 Stazer, Robert 172 Starr, Evet 197 Stanley, Christy 171 Staggs, Charolet 172, 82 Staggs, Billie 141 Spindle, Cynthia 171 Spicer, Chad 172 Spencer, Veronica 0 Spencer, Allan 172 Soto, Kim 172 Soto, Juan 0 Soto, Diego 184, 196 Soto, Belen 172 Sotelo, Alejandro 154 Sorem, K.C. 154 Solis, Stephanie 154 Solis, Eddie 154 Solano, Emma 172 Snow, Patrick 154 Snook, Sarah 49, 172 Snider, Teresa 154 Snider, Cristy 67, 141 Snavely, Steve 172 Smith, Tony 141 Smith, Silver 154 Smith, Jahala 67, 154 Smith, Jahala 67, 154 Smith, Calinda O Smerecky, Paul O Sloan, Thomas 0 Slagle, Daniel 154 Skief, David 0 Singleton, Shannon 21, 196 W, ,fgww by 3 x E P sk ' , 0. .W V , Y- , ' nt ,M 5' W .X MW , , : K ' -, W1 1 r- QQ" ,MH ..,:.a" f , , ,Q iagm N K4 if 11 , '45 A. if if ,gf W 1214 .fa ,, ,V Z dy 3 f Q ,ggi 1 wi J i J, 5 'I V . .,.,... 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X- I 40 Bob Cox Art8r Staff Writer: JAMIE A S L Y H Staff , J 'SIX X, .wait Index Top: Shannon Singleton, Jodi Bulfer. Middle: Karla Wood. Bottom: Colette Humphries, Tim Clarke. Tony Jones: Owl on Cover and pg. 210 S - N N" X s i A mqggvi - fix' V f .ve tx ewfnfwfi . ' KV X 'tg' - ' ng i ...M l , , x ., XJ, i t L: 'xix 1 -' 3 1 Zx.. ,aw 3 1- .1 N 1 E K I S -so Q K ,V ,gf , , 3,3 if 'K .L V in in . we ' is K X Rx y , M .. f 'N K 'Q' K 3 Xt Q, W A "" "4"-" Sports: ORGANIZATIONS: TopgRow: TerrietRusso tpgs. 88, 89, QL92, and 953. Section Editor, Diane Celadhart tpgs. 80, 81, 86-89, and 1113, Andrea Amator CDQS- 50' 51, 82, 85, 90-95,1021 105, 8108. and 1093.,Bottom Rowi KKffSt2l'l Barber CPQS. 70- 75, 98-101. 106, and 1073, Jennifer Malodyeipgs. 76529, 85, 96, 97, and 1103. 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