Amphitheater Junior High School - Pirates Treasure Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)
- Class of 1988
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often seemed as busy and crowded as
Disneyland. And, like the constant
changes that make Disneyland so suc-
cessful, our school underwent a lot of
growth. Eleven new teachers and one
new administrator were added to the
staff, and three new portable class-
rooms provided additional space. But
our Disney-like spirit was obvious in
the constantly improving campus, car-
ing staff and students, outstanding ed-
ucational program, and enjoyable ex-
tra curricular activities and sports.
Like a visit to Disneyland, the 1987-88
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Amphi Sparkles With Disney Spirit
1. Mr. Metz wishes students luck as Student
Council representatives wait to speak at the
Student Orientation assembly. 2. Students swim
at the AHS pool on our Pride Day.
3. Volleyball players do "The Wave" at the first
Pep Assembly. 4. Alisa Bardo and her parents
get refreshments after Open House.
pecial Activities, Dances, and
mblies Capture Magic Moments
here were many special activ-
ities to help students show their
Pirate pride this year. One of the most
popular, the school dances, included
the Back to School, Winter, Valentine,
and eighth grade Graduation Dance.
Open House was a good way for stu-
dents and their parents to get ac-
quainted with their teachers. Students
had fun skating or playing video
games at the skate parties. We had
half day Pride days when students got
to pick what they wanted to do, and
pride was also shown in little ways like
swaying arms and screaming at Pep
Rallies. We had a magazine drive
which raised S14-,500.00. Students
were also given opportunities to go to
Catalina Island, Project Ocean, and to
everybody's favorite place-
DISNEYLAND! AJHS students are
like visitors to Disneyland-when they
set foot on campus they are eager to
start a whole new day, excited about
doing everything Amphi has to offer,
and they feel special.
1. Students dance to the beat at. the Back to
School Dance. 2. Students enjoy themselves at
the first skate party. 3. Mr. Ritchie congrat-
ulates Sam Hosp upon completing the Peer
Mediation training. 4. Ms. Lefkowitz rings the
Amphi bell for the Bicentennial. 5. Eric Steward
helps out at the Magazine Assembly.
tudent council is one of the great
organizations that keeps Amphi
on top. Our "leaders" went to a work-
shop at the U of A. "It was fun and
educational," said Student Council
president, Venitia Allis. The Student
Council also sponsored many activities
such as Spirit Week, dances, the mag-
azine sale, and the Constitution Bi-
centennial clebration. Another special
group here is the Honor Society.
These "brains" must get a 3.5 or bet-
ter grade average in order to be ac-
cepted. They did many things in the
1. Tanya Woodard, Amy Burns and Stephanie
Clark work hard on the Honor Roll banner. 2.
Block A members show off their Cedric Demp-
past year. They helped many lost par-
ents at Open House, and the president
and secretary also went to the lead-
ership program at the U of A. The last
but not least group that keeps our
spirit flowing is Block A. These
"jocks" must get a 3.0 grade point
average, and must have participated
in three sports. They sponsored the
Cedric Dempsey Cancer Run this year
and raised 3350.00 .They have also
run the snack bar during home football
3. Jeff Kurtin smiles happily as he represents all
three groups. 4. Venitia Allis, Jim Gibson, and
James Craig serve Eegee's to thirsty students at
the Winter Dance.
5. Venitia Allis, Wade Bunting, Jeff Kurtin ar
Amy Reffkin are thrilled with what Ms. Dinoi
has to say at a Student Council meeting. 4
Snack bar chores keep Andy Brown busy.
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VanDeusen, Justin Ericson, Rudy Bravo, Jim Gibson TrevJef1 Kurtin, Pres-Venitia Allis Row 2 Neil Saunders, Tommy
Fraijo, Sonia Felix, April Meresa, Rose McLaughin, Diane Crimpton, Rochelle O'Brien, Brian Saur, Avi Shaffer, Tony
D'Albini, Marie Feyte, Chrissy Cooley Secy -Amy Reffkin Row 3 Tonia Moreno, Ms, Dinota, Kim Sotomayor Row 4
Charity Shafler, Rick Wilson, Jude Candelaria, John Boulet, Reggie Spangler, Michelle Mclnerny, James Jordan, David
Gagnon, Glenn Helton, Qayyum Johnson, Greg Laguna, Jennifer Wagelie, Gina Plorotti.
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HONOR SOCIETY-I. to R, Front Row lmran Ashraf, Troy Roberts, Ethan Orr, Shawn Thompson, Gary Harris, James
Bierman, Todd Tumey, Sarah String, Rachel Stanton, Charity Shaffer, Jennifer Hart, Elissa Hambright, Kerri Ormerod
2 Roll 2 Joshua Zona, Camille Lujan, Bernadette Cardenas, Matt Johnson, Renee Reynolds, VP-Tanya Woodward, Wendy
VanDeusen, Wendie Parker, Amy Bums, Stephanie Clark, Michelle Giampoaletti, Candice Everil, Jennifer Horton, Molly
M ,,kk Knipe Roll 3 Jenny Orin, Prev-Jude Candelaria, Amy Reffkin, Elsa Martinez, Christina Brown, Dania Levy, Kim Ali,
Ruthan Paarag, Julie Quisenberry, Amee Baker, Chris Taylor, Rikki Burkhead Row 4 Mrs. Ovsevitz, Amy Martin, Koleen
E'-'is Otis, Erica Herman, Quinn Bominkoff, TrufJeff Kurtin, Karie Kasmar, Sarah Culler, Jim Glbson, Ruben Sandoval, Matt
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li Henderson, Justin Erickson, Andy Lowden, Ethan Orr, Todd Turney Sgt at Arms-Erica Herman Row 3 Koleen Otis,
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l. and 2. The ensemble and band perform in
their first concert of the year. 3. Orchestra
members tune up before a performance.
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EARBOOK STAFF - L to R, Front Row Bernice Little, Anjelica Cordova, Fen Hsiao, Nadia Ozuna, Jennie Grant, Michelle
vulet, Joshua Farmer Row 2 Anna Brown, You Ngo, Carissa Schuppert, Michelle Banfill, Alma Dominguez, Jennifer Ponikvar,
:nitia Allis, John Serkowski, Jeff Mounts, Tony Spano Not Pictured Sarah Finchum, Stephanie Watson
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if MUSIC and
ertain groups at AJHS have been
dedicated to entertain us with
beautiful music and inform us with
outstanding publications. This was the
first year the yearbook had color
pages and was taught as a separate
class. The Arena newspaper was also
produced in a special homeroom for
the first time. The orchestra played in
2 the Grand Canyon State Band and
Orchestra Festival, the Delta League
Festival, and four school concerts. The
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l. Anjelica Cordova and Sarah Finchum work
on their yearbook body copy. 2. Staff members
work hard in publications. 3. Julie Quisenberry
and Candy Everill check out the latest copy of
chorus and ensemble performed at
AJHS and the Rillito Center, the Dis-
trict Choral Festival, and the Delta
League Choral Festival. They com-
bined talents for a spring musical, and
fifteen ensemble singers went to Phoe-
nix for a SolofEnsemble contest. In
addition to it's regular fall and spring
concerts the band played at an Al-IS
football game and participated in the
Delta League Festival and the Pima
NEWSPAPER - L to ll, Front Row Kristine Lincoln, Alyssa DeGroot, Candy Everill, Julie Quisenberry, Sonora Rasmussen,
Christy Tisdale, Fen Hsiao, Carlos Arboledo, Andrea Francis Row 2 Misty Hardt, Jennifer Duben, Sarah Finchum, Carissa
Schuppert, Maria Kelly, Jessica Feltz, Glenn Helton, Tanya Woodard, Andy Brown, Bernadette Cardenas, Ronnie Madrid, Tabitha
Scott, Miss Esposito Not Pictured Amee Baker, Brad Hickok, Kerry Lincoln
Core Classes Inspire Excellence
here were seven main subjects
in which all students had to par-
ticipate. They were English, math,
health, science, social studies, physical
education, and HRXSSR. This year
the English classes initiated "Great
Books Discussion Techniques", Mr.
Sapp's classes did autobiographical
posters, and critical thinking skills
were emphasized. The science depart-
ment had fun this year. In addition to
it's regular curriculum, Mr. Mackie
started a new Science Club. In P.E.,
Ms. Gault taught a new girl's gym-
nastics unit, and Mr. Steimling initi-
ated a LaCross unit. In social studies,
we had a new current events unit. In
the health classes, we studied about
three important health areas - drug
abuse, mental health, and human
growth and development. The ma
department continued their usual e
cellent program. During the HRXSS
time, a new Peer Tutoring progra
was started, the homeroom i
termurals continued, and a speci
homeroom was formed to produce tl
school newspaper. These main subje
areas were the core of Amphi's ol
l. Mike Dekeyser, Todd Turney,and Chris Tay-
lor dress up for a biography oral report in
English. 2. Tera Thomas and Kellie Rife talk
about the rules for being a good tutor in Peer
3. Aeridy Williams and Kuuleme Williams care-
fully work on a Science chapter. 4. Students
play Wheel of Fortune and Jeapardy in
Ms.Esposito's health class.
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1. Mr. Englehard watches Brad Dokals do his
standing long jump.
2. Mr. Reff helps his eighth grade social studies
class with a group activity. 3. Mr. Chiles helps
Angela Schmall with a math problem.
any electives were offered at AJHS
this year. They included art, typing,
Spanish, DMT, woodshop, home economics,
drama, publications, ensemble, chorus, com-
puters, band, and orchestra. The computer
classes did research on planning hotel res-
ervations, tours, and travel expenses. ln the
home economics classes, the students had a
unit on child development and nutrition.
They studied the process of childbirth and
child raising and learned about the main
food groups. Students also elected to work
as aides in the office and classes. Classroom
aides corrected papers, tutored students,
2. "Here comes the bride!"-John Boulet and
Stephanie Benavidez walk down the isle in a
Spanish wedding. 3. Chris Jones, Chris Bonac-
corsi, and Gabriel Gonzales work on their clay
masks in art. 4. Wendy Van Deusen reads a
story she wrote for her drama class.
and took the attendance. The office
aides helped Donna, Mr. Ritchie, and i iiii '
anyone else who needed help in the
office. Drama was a new elective that
started this year. The students pro-
duced one play each semester. For the
first time, advanced DMT classes were
offered. These students built models
of their dream houses. The orchestra
took a trip to Flagstaff for the Grand
Canyon Festival, and all the other
electives continued their exciting ac-
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l. Justin Weigel and Maria Rodriguez check to
see if their corn fritters are done. 2. Jeff Couto
types rapidly to beat the timer. 3. Corey
Oberholtzer sands his name block in woodshon.
4. While Rick Wilson asks Mr. Swoyer a ques-
tion, Humberto Bray and Alex Martinez wait
patiently, 5. Tabitha Scott types up her travel
plans in computers. 6. Office aide, Michelle
Mclnerny checks the attendance on the com-
1. Mr. Scolville discusses the archeology unit
with his REACH students.
2. Students read their comprehension books
during ESL. 3. Mrs. Latta helps Eddie Frable
while Arnold Chaira watches. 4. Students look
for a book in the library.
here were many different kinds
of students who attended AJHS,
with a variety of educational needs.
Some of those needs were met by our
superior special education program.
One of these programs was ESL, a
class in which our foreign students
were taught to speak English. Another
program which improved a different
type of language difficulty was the
speechflanguage program. Some oth-
er special education programs were
Chapter 1, Support, and the Rillito
Center. The Rillito Center, an on-
campus class where mentally and
physically handicapped students ac-
quire the education they need, was
one of the newest programs. AJHS
also had REACH, a class in which
students advanced in English and So-
cial Studies can challenge their skills
through special projects and reports.
Special programs like the library's
Club 25 helped to round out the de-
Special eeds - Special Education
4. Walter Kern, Darrell Totten, Andy McKin-
ley,and Monica Monge show their affection for
Mr. Dean. 5. Mrs. Potts helps students Esther
Casillas, Da Hong Pham, Bobby Corona, and
Inez Meneses with their special reading work.
2. Abel Martinez, Iliana Gonzales, Sharon Cal-
loway, and Arin Golden, line up for a picture
with their teacher, Miss Hurrle. 3. Mr. Wood
helps his class carve pumpkins for Halloween.
Catches isney Magic
1. The football teams show their school pride at
our first Pep Assembly. 2. Armondo Belloso ties
Maria Rodriguez's shoe on Slave Day. 3. Dawn
Cowen buys Troy Roberts on Slave Day. 4. The
8th grade cheerleaders inspire Pirate pride at
the Pep Assembly.
JHS Pirates brought a toucl
of Disney magic to our cam
pus by participating in Spirit Week.
Monday was Opposite Day and
there were many more girls
dressed as guys. Tuesday was
Slave Day, when girls bought slave
guys for 31.00. We raised 158000,
which was used for various Student
Council projects. Wednesday was
Green, Black, and White Day. A lot
of students showed their school
pride, and the day ended with a
great Pep Assembly. Thursday was
Beach Bum Day when many stu-
dents came to school ready to hit
the beach. A sack lunch was
served, and we all pinicked out on
the football field. Volleyball and
frisbee games added to the beach-
like atmosphere. The week ended
on Friday, the day before Hallow-
een, and lots of brave teachers and
students wore costumes.
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1. Ms.Esposito's health class shows us their
beach wear on Beach Bum Day. 2. Students
strut their stuff on Opposite Day. 3. Pirates
display their school spirit on Green, Black, and
White Day. 4.+ 5. Costumed students partic-
ipate on Halloween Day.
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number of exciting activities
highlighted the fall semester.
Amphi pirates showed their patriotism
by wearing red, white, and blue cloth-
ing and sending off one thousand bal-
loons on Constitution Bicentennial
Day. Twelve students were trained as
Peer Mediators, and many students
participated in dances and the mag-
azine sale. Our excellent behavior was
rewarded with a fun Pride Day, the
cheerleaders cheered our teams to vic-
tory, Disneyland Day celebrated our
good attendance, and we finally re-
ceived our Slice machines!
1. Glenn Helton carries offstackle for a gain
against Cross. 2. Students wear their red, white,
and blue clothing for the Bicentennial. 3. David
Gagnon,Tiffany Lancaster, Sarah Culler, and
Wade Bunting enjoy a slow dance.
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4. At the first Pride Day some students enjoyed
Amphi High's pool. 5. Queen Cheryl Spicer,
King Rueben Sandaval, Princess Maria
Rodriguez, and Prince Armando Belloso pose
with a smile at the winter dance.
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l. Amphi celebrates The Constitution by setting
off 1000 balloons. 2. Amphi Pirates get in the
Disney mood on Disney day. 3. Jason Duba and
friends quench their thirst with an ice cold soda.
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4. Mike Dekeyser enjoys a chocolate sundae as a
reward for his homeroom's top magazine sales. 5. The
Peer Mediators at their graduation ceremony.
Pirates Flaunt Their Fashion Flair
he fashions and fads at AJHS
were especially unique this year.
To be "in style" students wore fash-
ions ranging from Disneyland clothing
to Punk, Heavy Metal, skating styles,
and the "Prep" look. Punks spiked
their hair, wore round-rimmed glasses
and long skirts and coats, and listened
to music groups like "U2". The Dis-
ney clothing went from the Epcot
Center to Mickey Mouse. For the skat-
ing styles, another big fashion at
AJHS, students rode skateboards,
wore clothing that advertised skate
shops and showed famous logos or
skateboarders and listened to music
groups like JxFxAx and The Dead
Kennedys". The Preps wore Guess,
Esprit, Banana Republic, and Benet-
ton, and enjoyed listening to music
groups like "The Cure". The "Metal
Heads" wore heavy metal rock group
T-shirts and listened to groups like
"Whitesnake" and "Def Leppard".
Many Amphi Pirates were content
with their own, "regular" style of
clothing, whatever that might have
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1. Showing off the "Prep" fashion is what these
students love to do. 2. Some of the skaters at
AJHS get together to show off their unique
styles. 3. "Punx", Jennifer Dockery, Keree
Guerry, Yolanda Soto, Siamphay Bouttirath,
Robert Vonah, and Danny Casarez make their
fashion statement. 4. Cam McClary models one
of her original outfits. 5. Showing their affection
for heavy metal rock are "Metal Heads" Sarah
Parker, Amy Junker, Sarah Finchum, and
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he unbeatable support and guid-
ance of our administration and
office personnel are what make AJHS
number one! This year we got a new
Assistant Principal, Ms. Lefkowitz. In
addition, our administration imple-
mented several new programs includ-
ing Peer Tutoring, Peer Mediation,
BRIDGE program lan alternative pro-
gram at Amphi Highl, Skills for Ad-
olescents, AlMS lAchievement
through Innovation leading to Mastery
and Successl-an on-campus alterna-
tive program, Thinking Skills, and
APEX lmentors for minoritiesl. Car-
ried over from previous years were
Just Say No, Study Skills, Miss School-
Miss Out four attendance reward pro-
graml, and The Academic
Pentathalon. Thanks to the adminis-
tration for their help in getting stu-
dents involved so successfully.
Amphitheater School Board
Members-Jean Druke-Pres., Nan-
cy Thomas- Clerk, Dr. Richard
Scott, and Pat Damiani. Not pic-
Dr. Dotts-Asst. Superintendent
F his year's yearbook is dedicated
to Ms. Dee Dinota, AJHS's in-
redible physical education teacher. In
me three years she's been teaching
ere she's devoted 99.91, of her time,
nergy and love to our school and it's
tudents. She was born in Long Island,
lew York, and came to Tucson to go
J the U of A on a softball scholarship.
'he comes from an athletic family and
as always liked sports. In 1980 she
Jas on the Olympic Team Handball
sam for women. In addition to teach-
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ing P.E., she has coached volleyball,
cross country, soccer, track, and is the
Student Council adviser lwhich means
she has organized every major activity
of the school yearl. She has also
worked with the PTSA for two years
and involves her adaptive P.E. class in
the Children's Special Olympics.
When asked where she gets her mo-
tivation she says, "I'm Italian and l'm
always on the go." She also loves kids,
and feels the way you treat people is
the way they treat you.
Ms. Bracamonte-Support Aide
Ms. Fairbanks-Social Studies
Ms. Gaines-Art, Publications
Miss Halttunen-Social Studies
Mrs. Hopkins-Library Asst.
Mrs. Kelly-Math, Science
Mr. Klajda-Social Studies
Mrs. Malone-Social Studies, REACH
Mrs. Mast-Computers, Math
Miss Moten-Spanish, Typing
Mrs. Ovsevitz-Home Economics
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Potts 18th gndel, Mr. Sotomayor
1l2thJ, Mr. Metz 11200, Mr. Gentry
ll0thl, Ms. Gaines 110011, Mr. Ritchie
Mr. Reff-Social Studies
Mrs. Siebert-Chorus, Ensemble
Mr. Upshaw-Math, Social Studies
Mr. Niezabitowski-Custodial Supervisor
Mr. Bise-Social Studies
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Jason Misner, Lori Moorehead,
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Cheyenne Carless, Elizabeth Cavazos, Christopher
Cushman, Holly Dirato, Patricia Esparza, Armando
Fontes, Robert Gardea, Mary Gross, Michelle
Halcomb, Marie Irwin, Brian Kohl, Ranee Ledoux,
Gary Lemay, Jasen Marshall, Ray Miller, Allison
Moorhead, Jamie Munoz, Ho Nguyen, Ramon Ruiz,
Eddie Sarver, Kristi Sharp, Adam Smith, Shea Tay-
lor, Amanda Thomas, James Tigar, Skip Toney,
Alisa Wahlmeier, Keith Watson, Danyal Wicker
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r. Sapp started teaching 7th
grade English in the old AJHS
building in 1956. After a few years, he
also started the first typing class for
junior high students. He was head of
the English department until Ms. Lowe
took over the position. He has con-
ducted the AJHS spelling bee for the
past 12 years, has been the pronounc-
er for the District Spelling Bee and is a
judge for the County Spelling Bee. He
advised the AJHS yearbook for 12
years, doing all the dark room work
and group photography. While he was
advisor of the AHS HI-Y club he was
elected Advisor of the Year. His hob-
bies include singing and painting with
oils and acrylics. He sang as soloist for
the White Christmas program for
many years, as well as for programs
done by the Amphi High Music De-
partment. He also sings with the Tuc-
son Masterworks Chorale, which gives
several concerts per year in the Tuc-
son area. Mr. Sapp's painting, shown
above, is owned by our library. He has
contact with many former students
who have grown up and are now lead-
ing successful lives. Amphi won't be
the same without him!
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8th FALL CHEERLEADERS, L to R Candy
Everill, Dawn Dyer, Ms. Kohl, Jardine Busler,
Wendy Parker, Jenny Horton, Moll Kni e
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1. The 7th grade cheerleaders lifting spirits at
the first pep assembly. 2. The 8th graders
showing their moves on the AJHS track. 3. The
7th graders display a special formation at a
7th FALL CHEERLEADERS, L to R Steph-
anie Reynolds, Ms. Kohl, Margo Molina, Marcel-
la Serrano, Dyan Crippen, Heather Sauber
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l.and 2. The 8th and 7th grade cheerleaders
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students pepped up by cheering
at pep rallies, and bringing Amphi
teams on to victory. There were four
cheerleading squads: 7th and 8th
grade football and 7th and 8th grade
basketballfwrestling. The girls were
kept on their toes with their busy
schedules, including practice on week-
days and competitions on weekends.
We thank the cheerleaders for work-
ing so hard to bring our athletes to
success. Just like Mickey Mouse is the
main trademark of Disneyland, so are
the AJHS cheerleaders we are so
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no, Courtney Frederick, Rochelle O'Brian, Dyan Crippen Row 2 Jessie ry, Candy Everill, Wendie Parker, Barbie Johnson Row 2 Dawn Dyer, Ms.
rn, Ms. Kohl, Margo Molina, Stephanie Foley Kohl, Wendy VanDeusen, Michelle McGriff
JHS Kicks ff With A Fantastic
ike fans watching a parade on
Main Street, Amphi Pirates
showed their excitement at football
games. The eighth graders took first
place in the Delta League champi-
onship with a no loss record. Their
most valuable players were Jason
Payne, Jude Candelaria, Tom
Huthoefer, and Tony Belloso, and the
team captain was Eric Hall. Seventh
graders finished with a five win, one
loss, one tie record. Top players were
Armondo Belloso, Ricky Corella, Dave
Couture, Tommy Fraijo, Gabe Bar-
reda, Ben Myers, Shawn Roy, and
Kien Truong. "The team had a great
season, a fantastic learning experi-
ence, and they all grew "A" lot," said
Coach Steimling. The lightweight team
ended with a five win, two loss record.
Most valuable players were Ryan Sou-
cy, Chris Stanton, Jason Pederson,
and Greg Laguna. "Despite a very
late start, we developed into a dis-
ciplined team and had an outstanding
season," said Coach Schmoker.
l. Coaches Schmoker and Steimling instruct the
7th grade team. 2. AJHS 7th graders get ready
to explode on another play.
BTH GRADE FOOTBALL-L to ll, Front Row Rudy
Bravo, Josh Burton, Payam Zamani, Joey Carrillo, Travis
Cooper, Hector Felix, Randy Hildebrandt, Mark Quiroz,
Matt Jaconski, David Logsdon Row 2 Cheryl Spicer, Ma-
rie-Noel Feyte, Camille Lujan, Jenna Aldrige,-managers,
Asst. Coach Upshaw, Head Coach Cirelli, Asst, Coach
Volk, Bill Hildebrandt, Mark Morrison-managers, Malcolm
Lee, Chad Caporale Row 3 Shawn Rintoul, B.J,Fink,
Jason Pedersen, Dion Spanggaard, Chris Stanton, Eric
Hall, Ricardo Puig, Lee Black, Robert Chacon Row 4 Mars
Lundergan, Jason Roy, Ruben Sandoval, James Craig,
Rick Moreno, Damion Athey, Peter Fimbres, Jude Cande-
laria, Scott Haggitt Row 5 Jason Rock, Tony Belloso,
Miguel Flores, Jason Payne, Rick Wilson, Wade Bunting,
Mike Gallie, Gavin Lopez Row 6 B.J. Roberts, Matt John-
son, John Magee, Vade Pierce, Tom Huthoeter, Rick
Jones, Gonzalo Escamilla, Glenn Helton, Elias Kotzambasis
Candelaria scores against Marana.
12 SIERRA VISTA 6
8 FLOWING WELLS 6
26 CARPENTER 0
0 PIERSON 6
32 CARPENTER 0
38 MARANA 0
6 CROSS 6
SEASON RECORD 5-1-l
0 FT. HUACHUCA 18
12 SIERRA VISTA 6
14 FLOWING WELLS 6
40 CARPENTER 0
22 PIERSON 0
24 CARPENTER 14
22 MARANA 0
26 CROSS 7
SEASON RECORD 6-1
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7TH GRADE FOOTBALL Ltoll F ont Row John Mannques Da yR Elb rtl g Ma oMoreno Ro 2
Lu M do Rck Corella Pat Kelly M tt S son Matt Squires Joh C Rodney J kson B an Saue M tt
Chad H ff Row 3 Mchelle M G ff Ryan Soucy Shawn Roy Bobby S th Coa h Schmoker Coach Ste l g
Coach Soi y Alan Yng e Camera T G g L g n Amy Thompso Ro 4 J h P ff G b Co ona Mke
T bol t T F aio Andy Scala Carlos L Al Cha on Manny Laurele T y DAlb K M ye Ro 6 J y
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Row'lJust Al Ol d H andez Billy Bo s Mk R D Couture Ben Mye s Ed Mll G y Wllams
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2. Pat Kelly running for first down yardage. 3.
Rich Jones drags a Carpenter defender for a
gain as Tom Huthoefer, Eric Hall, and Peter
Fimbres provide key blocks.
Disney Spirit Shines In Volleyba
ollowing weeks of preparation,
hard work, and suspenseful
games, our Pirates finished the season
with a record to be proud of. Eighth
graders were a hit. They had a record
of 6 wins, nine losses. The most val-
uable players were Rebecca Ampara-
no, Taifa Hall, Barbie Johnson, and
Bernadette Cardenas. The most im-
proved were Wendy VanDeusen, Pam
Broccoletti, Dianna Levy, Erica Scott,
and Esther Casillas. Overall record for
"Considering the unusually large number of team
players, I saw the most individual improvement in
seventh grade was 9 wins, 5 losses.
The most valuable players were Maria
Rodriguez and Michelle Price. The
most improved were Cam Friend and
Robin Preciado, the most spirited
were Tera Thompson and Kirsten
Silberschlag. The record was 1 win to
8 losses for the overflow team. Most
valuable players were Stacey
Slonaker and Stacey Lybeck. Most im-
proved was Dung lYoul Ngo.
8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL, L to R, Front row Amy ,Q
Refkin, Rebecca Amparano, Jenny Orin, Bernadette Carde- l K, ' g i MPH! 3
nas, Jennifer Wagelie Row 2 Beth Caudle - Mgr. Esther I 2 a , A
Casillas, Wendy VanDeusen, Antonia Diamantoulis Row 3 fi ,. ' K 3 . ' .N
Coach Gault, Barbie Johnson, Christina Brown, Adrianna Men- .- i 4 ,. g 4
doza, Erika Scott, Venitia Allis Row 4 Dianna Levy, Taifa Hall, 51, - 4 L. ' s
Melissa Cady. Row ria edina,-Alicia Sibert Not - . 1
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l. Barbie Johnson and Bernadette Cardenas
give Taifa Hall a "high-five". 2. Eighth grade
team gets motivated with Ms. Gault's plan. 3.
Taifa Hall does her famous overhand serve.
"Our season proved to be quite a
learning experience for all in-
OVERFLOW VOLLEYBALL, Front
Row, L to R Kristin King, Tiffany Lan-
caster, Anna Brown, Angela Schmall Row 2
Kellie Gaskins, Tabitha Scott, Tawnya Rob-
erts, Jenny Grady, Alyssa Degroot, Jessica
Thibodeaux, Shanna Fouts Row 3 You Ngo,
Antoinette Weddington, Chrissie Campbell
Row 4 Coach Morant, Stacy Lybeck, Shar-
H' on Constable, Stacey Slonaker, Lisa Tomp-
kins, Janet Sullivan, Gena Curtis, Dawn Jae-
ger, Adria Nelson
l. Ms. Dinota gives her team a pep talk. 2. The
7th grade team gets in position to return the
"The girl's rallied to win the last five games."
7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL, Front Row, L to R Charla
Blankenship, Norma Urias, Robin Preciado, Audrey Warren,
Audra Kidder, Julene Heiser Row 2 Corrie Hall, Danielle Cleary,
Takisha Redmond Row 3 Sue Casillas, Patricia Othon, Tiffany
Rojas, Melissa Woolfolk, Ms. Dinota, Cam Friend, Holly Pierotti,
Michelle Eagle, Theodora Agbolosoo Row 4 Michelle Guillano,
Andrea Francis, Maria Rodriguez, Justine Hernandez, Stephanie
Benavedez, Herminia Moreno, Kirstin Silberschlag, Tera Thomas,
Tonia Farhat, Michelle Price Row 5 Kim Sotomayor, Rochelle
O'Brien, Anissa Seballos
8'l'H GRADE BASKETBALL, Front Row, L
to R Tonya Woodard - Mgr. Row 2 Camille
Lujan - Mgr., Todd Turney, Jerry Cannon,
Coach Johnson, Jude Candelaria, Grant
Menehy, Francis Balderas, Ryan Pierce, Tina
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Moreno, Jason Payne, Billy Roberts, Gonzo Es-
camillo, Tom Huthoefer, Jeff Kurtin, Todd
Lybeck, Quinn Borninkhof, Tony Belloso, Alex
7TH GRADE BASKETBALL, Front Row, L
to R Elbert lngram, Brian Sauer, Eric Fox,
Coach Carter, Greg Laguna, Rodney Jackson,
Matt Squires Row 2 Jerome Cannon, Justin
Alvarez, Orlando Hernandez, Chris Jones, Ben
Myers, Gary Williams, Charles Hardin, Ar-
mando Belloso, Carlos Lee, Andy Scala
l. Jeff Kurtin and Coach Johnson sit by the side
line watching the game come to a very close
end, 2. The game gets off to a fast start.
Pirates Inspired By tl UA Wildcats
s of 215188 the 7th grade bas-
ketball team was doing great.
ieir record was 11 wins and 2 losses.
'ie team as a whole greatly improved
iring the season. They put a lot of
fort into being the W1 7th grade
am. The most valuable players were
arlos Lee, Eric Fox, Gary Williams,
id Chris Jones. "This team had to be
b best there ever was. Considering
the fact that they had no coach until a
week before their first game, they re-
ally pulled together as a team and
showed themselves as well as their
school that they have the hearts of
champions. I feel they will be next
year's 8th grade conference champs",
said Coach Carter. The 8th grade
team did an excellent job this year
also. They did not make the playoffs
due to a tie and ended in 2nd place in
the southern league. Their season re-
cord was 10 wins and 6 losses. The
players voted Quinn Borninkof and
Tom Huthoefer most valuable, Rick
Moreno most improved, and the team
captains were Jeff Kurtin and Jude
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1. Coach Carter tells his 7th grade team to try
their best and give their all. 2. Gonzalo Es-
camilla takes his shot at a lay-up. 3. Orlando
Hernandez aims a shot in the right direction.
1. Arlene Cocio plays with great sportsmanship.
2. Celina Cordova saves the ball from bouncing
out of bounds. 3. The Cross defense is hard to
STH GRADE BASKETBALL, Front Row, L to R Jenna Aldridge, Arlene Cocio, Dianna
Levy Row 2 Jennifer Wagelie, Tamie Curtis, Bernadette Cardenas, Coach Gault, Rebecca
Amparano, Michelle Banfill Row 3 Jenna Aldridge, Arlene Cocio, Dianna Levy
Girls Give est Shot
he 7th and 8th grade girls' bas-
ketball teams had a tough season
this year, but the girls worked hard
and improved tremendously. Celina
Cordova and Toni Tisdale were the
7th grade most valuable players and
Stephanie Benavidez was the most im-
proved player. The team's final record
was 5 wins and 7 losses. Four of the
losses were by two points or less which
was really heartbreaking. Considering
the fact that they started out with 19
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before, their improvement shows that
they will make a hard to beat 8th
grade team. The 8th grade team's
season record was 1 win and 11 loss-
es. Their record doesn't indicate how
much the team improved and learned
about the game of basketball. The
most valuable players were Arlene
Cocio and Tammy Curtis, and the
most improved were Jennifer Hart
and Molly Knipe. Great effort!
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Biagi, Toni Tisdale, Stacy Lybeck, Corrie Hall, Kara Lipeika Row 2 Cam Friend, Esther
Casillas, Rebecca Cary, Coach Festian, Justine Hernandez, Christina Trejo, Theodora
Agbolosoo Row 3 Stephanie Benavidez, Taleen Powell, Trenese Greenhouse, Monica Olivas
Go Amphi Wrestlers!
mphi wrestlers had a particu-
larly good season this year. With
their 6 wins and 2 losses in dual meets,
they remain one of the best wrestling
teams in the league. At the ASDB
tournament they came in fifth out of
15 teams. They then came in third in
the Delta League Championship. The
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WRESTLING - Front Row, L to Il Gabriel Barreda, Jerry Tovar, Gabriel Gonzales, Ryan Soucy, Adam Hickey, Mike
Richardson, Bobby Smith, Leroy Begay, Shawn Roy,
Geremiah Anderson Row 2 John Boulet, Bernice Little,
Fernandez, Jason Roy, Andy Brown, Dion Spanggaard,
Jason Starlings, Shawn Rintoul, Rick Corella, Ana Lizarraga,
B.J. Fink, Willis Currier, Pat Simmons, Chad McCaffrey, Roman
Lee Black, Jose Lizarraga, Alley Nelson, Chris Stanton Row 3
Coach Cirelli, Koleen Otis, Peter Fimbres, Mark Morrison, Chad Caporale, Dennis Carper, Rich Jones, Aaron Duron, Glenn
Helton, Miguel Flores, Ed Miller, Ricardo Puig, Coach Eichelberger, Coach DiDimenico
outstanding wrestlers this year were
Leroy Begay, Jason Roy, Peter Fim-
bres, Andy Brown, Glenn Helton,
Miguel Flores, and Rich Jones. The
helpful team managers were Bernice
Little and April Butcher. Our Dis-
neylike spirit continued with fast pins
and good moves.
1. The audience watches breathlessly. 2. and 4. 3. One sure way to limber up before a match!
Lee Black tries to put an opponent in a head-
1. Sometimes it's hard to keep track of the
soccer ball! 2. The 8th grade girls wait their turn
on the field.
3. Kien Truong heads in for a goal. 4. Coach
Englehard gives the team a pep talk. 5. Kirstin
Silberschlag is about to score.
BOY'S "A" SOCCER - Front Row, L to R Valeriu lonita, Neil Saunders, David Snyder, Dustin
Williams, Qayyum Johnson, Jason Petersen, Kien Truong Row 2 Joe Carrillo, Jeff Couto, Andy
Lowden, Wayne Wilson, Matt Micale, John Dolan, Jake North, Manuel Ponce-Resendz Row 3 James
Jordan, Rick Wilson, Dave Couture, Coach Steimling, Vade Pierce, John Hogrelius, James Bierman
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BOY'S "B" SOCCER - Front Row, L to R David Soto, Perry Fimbres, Alex Mosier, C
Oberholtzer, Martin Fiello, Joel Church, Aaron Seery, Bobby Chacon, Chad Walker, Mike Duhon, E
Orr, C.J. Smith Row 2 Jason Harvey, Quang Tran, Santino Felix, Charlie Mendez, Darwin Green
D.J. Miller, Jason Lane, Kenny Beiser, Rich Jones, Tony D'Albini, Payam Zamani, Gustavo Lopez, 4
Allen, Jeremy Grimm, Eddie Cortez, Shawn Humphrey, Eric Nichols Row 3 John Bianes, Matt Mas
Brian May, Travis Watson, Jake Bond, Brian Thomas, Damian Athey, Coach Englehard, Ric
Taplin, Jim Gibson, James Craig, Robert Andrus, Anthony Walkosak, Sue Casillas - Mgr.
!L'S "A" SOCCER - Front Row, L lo R Katherine Chrzanowski, Marie Geyte, Tiffany
icaster, Sonora Rasmussen, Greselda Puig, Fawn Saville, Michelle Smurphat, Gina Pierotti, Pam
,ccoletti Row 2 Jessica Fells, Sarah Culler, Rubin S Mgr., Lisa Pederson, Stacy Henderson, Holly
rotti, Guillermina Bedoy, Renee Reynolds, Jerry Hicks, Kerrie Kasmar, Kathy Rivera Row 3 Heidi
Wzelwood, Jennifer Ponikvar, Beth Caudle, Erica Herman, Kirstin Silberschlag, Coach Dinota, Michelle
:e, Cheryl Spicer, Amy Reflkin, Stacy Slonaker, Angela Canez
- Soccer Socks It To 'Emi
ur soccer teams were amazing!
The boy's "A" team had a 10
win, 1 loss record as of 2f5, had
outscored opponents by 57-8, and
were heading into the playoffs as the
Atl team. Setting a new school scoring
record was Kien Truong, and the
MVP's were John Hogrelius, Jose
Macias, David Couture, James Jor-
dan, Wade Bunting, Jason Pedersen,
and Jake North. Coach Steimling said
the "super team effort" helped the
team's success. The boy's "B" team
had a 6 win, 1 loss record. The MVP's
were John Bianes, Anthony Walkosak,
Ethan Orr, Miguel Macias and Mike
Duhon. The girl's "A" team record as
of 215 was 11 wins, 2 losses and they
were also headed to the champion-
ship. They scored 53 goals in 11
games! The MVP's were Cheryl
Spicer, Michelle Price, Angela Canez
and Gina Pierotti, and Ml was
Greselda Puig. "They were overall a
superb bunch of athletes", said Coach
Dinota. The girl's "B" team finished
with a 4 win, 0 loss, 2 tie record.
Coach Esposito called them a "fun,
hardworking, self disciplined team".
Their MVP's were Stacey Rabb, Jen-
nifer Lummis and Tekisha Redmond.
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GlRL'S "B" SOCCER - Front Row, L to R Charla Blankenship, Linda Esquivel, Chrissie Campbell,
Karen Jones, Kelly Rile, Nicole Lopez, Stacy Rabb Row 2 April Frable, Jennifer Lummus, Sharon
Jones, Sarah Barbuscia, Melissa Jenkins, Sandra Levy, Barbara Wheatly, Brandy Kocsis, Gena Curtis
f Mgr. Row 3 Stacy Braun, Stephanie Clark, Mary Ellis, Jennifer Grady, Linda Henderson, Jennifer
Wright, Tikesha Redmond, Robin Preciado, You Ngo, Coach Esposito
Cross Country Triumphs
ross country continued their out-
standing record with a winning
attitude. In dual meets, the boys won 7
and lost 5 and the girls won 6 and lost
5. At the Delta League Champion-
ships, the girls team came in fourth out
of fourteen teams, and the boys came
in sixth. The boys tried their best and
underwent many tough meets but tri-
umphed in the end. The girls started
out with a so-so team and through
hard work and dedication improved to
l. Jim Gibson runs the course at the Delta
League Championships at Pima College. 2. Ry-
an Pierce, this year's top runner, sprints in on
the track at the Delta League Championships.
3. Stacy Henderson runs up a hill while trying to
pass a runner from Sunnyside Middle School.
CROSS COUNTRY - L to R, Front Row
Dennis Miller, Ryan Pierce, Tanya Woodard,
Taleen Powell, Stacy Rabb, Stacey Henderson,
Bernice Little, Melissa Jenkins Row 2 Darwin
Greenwell, Joel Church, Andy Lowden, Jim
Gibson Row 3 Jarvis Krakowiak, Charla
Blankenship, Coach Dodge, Eileen Roether,
Aaron Seery, Maria Rangal, Koleen Otis, Coach
Mast, Ethan Orr
be one of the best teams in the league!
M.V.P's were seventh grade boys Da-
vid Rhodes, eighth grade Ryan Pierce,
seventh grade girls Stacy Rabb, eighth
grade Stacy Henderson. Most improv-
ed seventh grade girl was Bernice Lit-
tle, eighth grade Kolleen Otis, eighth
grade boy Andy Lowden. Thanks to
all the help from the coaches, David
Dodge and Susan Mast, the teams
tried their best and came out on top.
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1. The tennis team watches over the first game
of the season. 2. Sarah Culler returns the ball
for a point during the first game. 3. Jake North
serves the ball during the Delta League Cham-
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he tennis team had an outstand-
ing season this year. Girls took
2nd in the Delta League, and boys
took 3rd, Tennis top girls were Sarah
Culler and Renee Reynolds. Top boys
of a very consistent team were Jeff
Kurtin, Dustin Williams, Jake North
and Todd Turney, They were all good
and all played in the nfl spot at one
time or another. Top boys doubles
players were Jeff Cuto and Justin Er-
ickson, and James Bierman and David
Snyder. Although they did not win the
Delta League again this year, eve-
ryone improved tremendously, espe-
cially the beginners. Had the season
been longer, some of them would have
worked their way into the top four. A
great season is expected next year
due to the return of some of the strong
7th grade players.
TENNIS - L to R, Front Row Nicole
Lopez, Todd Turney, Renee Reynolds, Va-
nessa Alvarez, Jessie Kear, Jason Harvey,
Quang Tran Row 2 Huy Tran, Mikal Cole,
Brandy Nix, Serena France, James
Bierman, David Snyder, Aaron Bierlywal-
strom, Oly Sundt Row 3 Dustin Williams,
Amee Baker, Chris Raulston, Niki Logan,
Jeff Kurtin, Justin Erickson Row 4 Jake
North, Coach Esposito, Erica Herman Row
5 Sarah Culler, Julie Quisenberry
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Conway, Darryl , .
Cooper, Thomasina . .
Cooper, Travis . . . .
Corcoran, Brian .
Cordova. Angelica .
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Corona, Robert . .
Cortez, Diana . , .
Cortez, Eddie ,...
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Dunn, Amber . . .
Duron, Aaron . .
Dyer, Dawn. . . . .
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Eaglin, Armando. . .
Edwards, Angela . .
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Escamilla, Gonzalo. . 25
Escarzaga, Darlyng . . .
Esquivel, Linda .....,.
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Evans, Matthew ,...,.,
Everill, Candy ..... 7, 9
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Farhat, Tanya ....
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Farmer, Robin .
Fathera, Bryan ,
Felix, Claudia . .
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Felix, Santino ,.,.
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Forster, Brandon .
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Frable, Edgar . .
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Francis, Andrea . , . .
Franks. Maggie . , .
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Frederick. Courtney . , .
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Galley, Scott ...,.
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Galnares, Stephen .
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Garcia, Manuel ....
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Gaskins. Kelly .,.,
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Gegantoca, Nonette .,..
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Heiser. Jolene . . .
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Henderson, Stacey. . . 7, 26
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Herman, Erica . . 7, 26,
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Hernandez, Orlando. 38, 51
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Jensen. Amanda .
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Johnson. Eric . .
Johnson, Kelly . .
Johnson. Mark . .
Johnson, Shawn .
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Kelly. Marla ,....
Kennedy. John ....
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Kos, David .,....... .
Kotzambasls, Elias . . .
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Kurtlll. Jeffrey . 6, 7, 26
Kwelser, James .......
Kweiser, Louis . .
Kwong, Ho ....
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Lancaster, Tiffany .. 27 53
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Lincoln, Kerry . . .
Lincoln, Kristine . . .
Lindgren. Taesa . , .
Lindo, Stanly ,.,.
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Liskey, Aaron, , . , . .
Lizarraga. Ana , . . . .
Lizarraga. Jose . .
Llamas, Corina ....
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Logan. Danielle . , ,
Logan, Nikki .....
Logsdon, David . . .
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Lopez. Gavin ,.....
Lopez, Gustavo ....
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Lopez. Julio . .. .,.,
Lopez, Nicole .... ....
Lopez, Tommy ,.......
Loving, Tera .,.......
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Lybeck. Todd ....
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Macias, Brian .,..
Macias. Jose ,.,..
Macias, Miguel ..,.
Madole, Lauren ,
Madrid. Ronnie ..,.
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Manriquez. Johnny ...,.
Mares, Nicholas .....
Marmolejo. Emily ..,.
Marois, Nicholas .....
Marthaler. Barrett . . ,
Martin, Amy ......
Martinez, Abel ....
Martinez. Alex . . .
Martinez. Billy . . ,
Martinez, Elsa ....
Martinez. Gabriel ..,.
Martinez. Sonya . . .
Martinez, Victor , .
Masters, Matt , . . .
Valencia, Marcos ....
Matheny, Vicky ....
Mathews, Trinity . . .
Matney, Amber. . , .
May, Brian .... . , .
Mayo, Ruth ..,..,........
McCaffrey, Chad .,.... 40
McCall, Bridget ..... ...,.
McClary, Carrie ..... . , .
McClintock. Jennifer . . .
McCown, Jerry ......
McFadden, Molly .... .
McFall, Andrew .... .....
McGee, Jon ........... 7
McGriff, Michelle ...... 28
Mclnerny, Michelle ...... 7
McKinley, Andy .... . . .
McKinley, Chad .... .
McKnight, Jamela . . ,
McLaughlin, Rose . . . .
McQueen, Trina .......
McQuoid, DeMarala .... .
Meader, LeesaJean. . , . . .
Medina, Adriana ..........
Mendelson-Bush, Korrie ,
Mendez, Charlie ...., . , .
Mendibles, Alex ..,. .
Mendoza, Adrianna .
Menesea, April , . . . . .
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Meneses, Sandra ..., .
Menkee, Elizabeth . . .
Menniti, Dominic . . .
Mercer, Julie ...,
Merlno, Tonia . . . .
Meyer, Ken ,.,. ...,.
Micale, Matt .,... . . . 7
Miedema, Carrie . . . . . . , .
Miles, Anthony . . . , . , . . .
Miller, Dennis . . , . , 29
Miller, Edward , . , . , . 40
Miller, Gregory , . . . . . ,
Miller, Thomas . . . . . . , .
Mitchell, Chris ....,.,.,.,
Molina, Margo ,....... 40
Moneymaker, James ...,..
Monge, Monica ...,.. , . ,
Montano, Guadalupe . , . .
Montgomery, Chris .
Moore, Christie .,.,.
Moraga, Georgina . . .
Morales, Ernesto , . , . .
Sternberg. Rachel .... . .
Morando, Luis . , . . , .
Moreno, Carlos. . . , . , .
Moreno. Herminia. . .
Moreno, Mario . , . . , . .
Moreno, Richard .,.,.,. 29,
Moreno, Tonia . . . . , . .
Morris,Tammy. , ., ,.
Morrison, Mark , , . . . 29
Mosier, Alex ,.,.... ....,
Mounts, Jeff ....,.,. . , ,
Moussa, Albert .....,.
Muhammad, Jendahee . . .
Mulholland, Laura ,,.,.
Munshower, Jennifer ...,..
Murray, Suzie .,..,....,..
Myers, Ben .,.,....... 41
Myers, Travis . .,.. .
Nafarrate, Dannielle ,....,.
Neal, Andrew ........ .
Neasham, Cindy .,., , . ,
Nelson, Adria .... . , .
Nelson, Alley ,,.. . . .
Nesbitt, Daphne .,.. .
Neufeldt, Alysa .,........
Newland, Carmen ...,.,...
Ngo, You ........ 9, 41,
Nguyen, Huy ..,,.....,..
Nichols, Eric .... .,......
Nleblas, Jorge . . . .
Nix, Brandy ...., . . .
Noble, Sarah .... . . .
Noreull, Troy . . . . . .
Noriega, Arturo , . , , , . , ,
North, Jake ..., . . . 29,
North. Travis . . . .
0 Brien, Donald ..........
0 Brien, Rochelle .... 7, 41,
0 Connor, Pamela ...,.,.,
Oberholtzer, Corey ....
Ochoa, Erica ........ , . , . .
Owen, Desiree . , .
Owlns, Timothy , . .
Ozuna, Nadia .....
Paarag, Ruthan . .
Padilla, Tonya . .
Palermo, Matt ....
Pappas, Tammy . . .
Paras, Ruthann . .
Paris, Jenny ...........
Parker, Sarah ..........
Parker, Shawnette ....,.
Parker,Wendie . . 7, 24,
Parks, Bryan ...........
Patla, Paige ...........
Patron, Paula .......
Pawelczyk, Jason .... . .
Payne, Chris ...... . . .
Payne, Jason . . . . ,
Pedersen, Jason . . . .
Pedersen, Lisa ,... , .
Pedersoll, Virginia .
Pena, Sandra .,..,..
Peregrina, Gabriel , , .
Pesqueira, Felicia ..,.
Pesqueira, Leandra . .
Pedersen, Jason .....
Peterson, Diana .....,
Pham N o Da Han .
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Phillips, Brian .........
Pickering, Joanna ......
Pierce, Ryan, . , . . .
Pierce, Vade ..,. . ,
Pierotti, Gina . . . . .
Plerottl, Holly .... , .
Pietrangelo, Terra . . . .
Pless, Juran ...,.......
Ponikvar, Jennifer . . . 9,
Porath, Becky, ., ,...,
Powell, Taleen .,.. , .
Preciado, Robin . . . .
Price, Michelle . . . .
Price, Perry ,,., . ,
Price, Tiffiny. . . . .
Prichard, Michelle . . .
Puff, John ,.,. . . . . .
Puig, Griselda ..,.. . ,
Puig, Ricardo ,..,.,.,.
Putnam,Melanie . .,
Quevedo, Maribel ....
Qulhuls, Andrew , . ,
Qulhuls, Marcella ...,.
Quiroz. Mark . .,.. . . .
Quisenberry, Julie . 7, 9,
Rabb, Stacy . . . . . .
Rangel, Federlina . . , .
Rangel, Maria ....,,.,..
Rasmussen, Sonora , . 9,
Raulston, Chris ....,.,.
Raymond, Gary . . . .
Raymond, Walter . .
Reak, Kimberly ....
Rebenstorf, Ranya. , . . ,
Recker, Michael .,......
Redmond, Tikesha .....
Reed, Mark .,...,......
Reffkin, Amy ..... 6, 7,
Reynolds, Daniel .......
Reynolds, Renee ,... 7,
Reynolds, Stephanie ...,.
Rhodes, David ,..,.,.,.
Richardson, Michael ....
Richarte, Francisco . . . .
Ochoa, Rita .,.,.... . . .
Oglesby, Angela . ,
Oliva, Jose .,....
Oliva, Ricardo ....
Olivas, Monica , . .
Olsen, Edward . . .
Olson, Jason ...,. .....
Olson, Michelle . .. .. . . ..
Orin, Jenny ...., . . . 7, 28
Ormerod, Kerri . . . . , . 7
Orr, Ethan .,....,.,. 7, 29
Osmanoffs, Scott ....,....
Othon, Patricia ...........
Otis, Koleen ......,. 7, 29
Rife, Kellie ........... 10, 42,
Rintoul, Shawn ......,. 30, 50,
Rios, Eden ..,. ,.,.. . .
Rloa, Ludivina ...., .
Rios, Robert . . . . . . , .
Rivera, Cathy ,.,. .... 3 O,
Rizzo, Scott ,,.,. ..,.. 4 2,
Roberts, Ann ...............
Roberts, Billy ..,..,. 7, 30, 50,
Roberts, Tawnya ,...... 7, 30
Roberts, Troy .......... 7, 16,
Robertson, Daryle . . . . . . . . . .
Robertson, Tammy . . . . . , . .
Robledo, Shawn ..... . . .
Robles, Michael . . . . . , . .
Rock, Jason ........ .... 3 0
Rodgers, Tammy ..., ......,
Rodriguez Carlos ........ 43
Rodriguez, Jennifer .........,
Rodriguez, Joseph ........ . , .
Rodriguez Maria . , . 13, 16, 43,
Rodriguez, Patricia .... .......
Roether, Eileen ....,. .... 3 0,
Rogers, Aaron .... ......
Rogers, Tyson . . ..., . .
Rojas, Tiffany ..,.. . . 43,
Romero, Aleyda . . .
Romero, Danny . . .
Rood, Christina ....
Rose, Casey ......
Ross, Jeffrey ..............
Rostance, Charles ...,.,...
Roy, Jason ,....,..,,. 31,
Roy, Shawn ,....,.
Royal. Richard ..,.
Rudolph, Emil ...,.
Ruiz, Angelica .....
Ruse, Michael .....
Rush, Christopher . . . . .
Salazar, Rachel ....
Salyards. Jim . , .
Sanchez, Marcia . , .
Sanchez, Michael ..,.,..
Sandoval, Ruben ,.,, 7,
Sanford, Jason .........
Sauber, Heather ......,.
Sauer, Brian ..........
Saunders, Neil .,....
Saur, Brian .,...
Saville. Fawn . . .
Sawyer, Frank ....
Scala, Andy ....
Schaeffer, Avi .,.,. . .
Schleld, Erica ,.,.,...,.
Schlittenhart, Lon ......
Schmall, Angela ....,..
Schmidt, Jason ,,,. . .
Schuppert, Carissa ,,.. .
Scott, Erika .,.,.,. , .
Scott. Michael ....
Scott, Tabitha ....... 9,
Seagle, Kristin ...,...,.
Seballos, Anlssa , .....,.
Seery, Aaron ..,.
Sells, David ..,.
Serkowskl, John ,
Serrano, Marcella ,
Shafer, Terri ....,
Shaffer, Avi . . . . .
Shaffer, Charity ,,,.,. ,
Shenberger, Scott . , ,
Shirley, Jackie ....,
Shriver, Jeremiah . . .
Shytell, Michael ....
Slbert, Alicia .,.,
Sibley, Royal , , ,
Sierra, Jesus ......
Sllberschlag, Kirstin, 43,
Sllsby, Maureena . .
Simmons, Pat ....
Simpson, Hopie ,
Slttinger, Cristy . , .
Skelton, Luke, . .
Sklbo, Byron . . ,
Sloan, Brian . . . .
Slonaker, Stacey .
Small, Donald ..,.,
Small, Jennifer . , .
Smith, Bobby . . .
Smith, C J . . ,
Smith, Jarid .,.,
Smith, Jason ....
Smith, Shannan . , .
Smurphat, April , . ,
Snyder, David ...,,
Sokal, Brad ,.....
Soto, David . . .
Soto. Robert ....
Soto, Victor ..,.
Soto, Yolanda ....,
Sotomayor, Kim . , ,
Soucy, Ryan ......
Spanggaard, Dion .
Spangler, Reggie . .
Spano, Richard . . .
Spence,John . . .
Spencer, Jessica . , .
Spicer, Cheryl .,...
Squires, Matt ..,.,
St Charles, Michelle .....
Stamberger. Harmony . . .
Stanton, Chris .....,..
Stanton, Rachel ....,...
Staples, Christopher . , . .
Stallings, Jason . ,
Steeley, Jason . .
Steen, Daniel ....
Stein, Sarah ....,..
Steward, Eric ...... ....
Stivers, Carrey . . ,
Stoltz, Eric ..,...,. . . .
String, Sarah ......,. . .
Stubblns, Thomas ..,.
Sturglll, Michelle . . .
Suarez, Patty ....
Sullivan, Janet . . .
Sundt, Emile ....
Sundt, Oly .......
Sutton, Jacqui ..... ....
Swanson, Cheryl . , . . . ,
Swanson, Michael, . . . . . .
Swenson, Mathew ,... . . .
Swingle, LeighAnn , . . .
Swonger, Timothy . . .
Taplin, Richard ..,.
Tate, Jason ,..,.
Tatum,Shawn . .
Taylor, Chris ,.....
Temunovic, Tina ....
Tevis, Cameron .....
Thatcher, Michael . . .
Themer, Steve .,....
Thlbodealll, Jessica. .
Thomas, Brian ....
Thomas, Tera ,..,.
Thompson, Amy ,...
Thompson, Melissa . .
Thompson, Shawn . . .
Tlndell, Micheal . . .
Tisdale, Christy . . .
Tlsdale, Trlsty ....
Titus, Joan ...,.
Titus, Timothy ,.,,
Tomlinson, Scott ...,
Tompkins, Lisa . . .
Totten, Darrell ....
Tovar, Jerry .,..
Tran, Chi .....
Tran, Huy .,...
Tran, Quang ....
Trejo. Christina .,..
Trlbolet, Beau ....
Troy, Charles ....,,.
Tnrong, Danh .......
Tnrong, Kien .......
Tumey, Todd .... 7, 10,
Tye, Jason ,..,..,..,
Ugalde, Raquel ....
Urlas, Norma ,...
Uribe, Toby , . .
Valencia, Placy ..,..
. 7, 12,
VanDeusen, Wendy .
Varela, Ruthie ....
Varela, Yolanda ,..,.
Vermitte, Michelle , . .
Vogler, Christopher . .
Vonah, Robert ...,
Wagelie, Jennifer ,...
Wagner, Jason . . . . .
Walker, Chad .,.,,
Walker, Melanie ....
Walkosak. Anthony . .
Wallace, Louie .....,
Ward, Tim ...,...
Warde, Brian ...,.
Warren, Audrey . . .
Waterloo, Scott ....,
Watson, Stephanie . , .
Watson, Travis ......
Watts, Tenorio .....,
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Weddington, Antoinette ....
Weddlngton, Earlene .
Weerts, Alison ..,..
Weigel, Justin ..,....
Weissman, Timothy . .
West, Autumn ......,
Whalen, Robert .....
Wheatley, Barbara . . .
Wick, Tabitha .......
Williams, Aeridy ..,,
Williams, Ayaba ...,
Williams, Danna ..,..
Williams, Dustin ....
Williams, Gary .,....
Williams, Kuuleme . . .
Wilson, David .......
Wilson, Joshua ....,.
Wilson, Rick ,.,., 7, 13,
Wilson, Wayne ......
Winter, John .......
Wise, Jennifer ....
Witler, Joel . . .
Witner, Alek ....,
Woelfle, Dubby .....
Wood, Derrick ....,.
Wood, Jim .........
Woodard, Tanya .6, 7, 9,
Woolf, Vickie ...,..,
Woolfolk, Melissa ...,
Wright, Jennifer .
Wright, Kristen . .
Yancey, Tom , . ,
Yazzie, Glendora , .
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Yniguez, Alan .,.. ,
Zabaleta, Richard ,..... ,
Zalewski, Dameon ......
Zamani, Payam ,... , . .
Zavala, Herlinda . . .
Ziegler, Julie ,...
Zigler, Melanie . . ,
Zokhrouf, Mimi . .
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