Arvada West High School - Claw Yearbook (Arvada, CO)
- Class of 1987
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AK VADA WEST WILDCAT S
1986 - 1987
Student Life . 18 Academics .... 80 Classes
. . . 106 Sports ...... 195 Ads .....,... 254
l have had but only one goal.
flt lies deep within my soulj
to graduate from this A-West,
to finally' flee from my home nest,
When l am now to learn to fly,
Just like an eagle up in the sky.
lt takes a large amount of good dedication,
results from friends and an education.
The dedication shared with me,
have let me live, learn, and see.
All of the seas, hills, and skies
To fly to new and different heights
l did learn it and l did see it.
l'm perched atop, to watch and sit
Waiting to glide on the strong mountain
breeze that spreads my knowledge
across the seas.
'3' SPIRIT '3'
Spirit plays an important part,
At Arvada Westg we're never apart.
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors cheer,
To show our school spirit we don't ever
We yell in the stands in support of our
For we want fame, its our biggest dream.
For each student will always create,
A piece of the spirit which is displayed.
Each Wildcat can show our spirit is best
The Wildcat spirit is never at rest.
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Stand by me and together we'll be,
The brightest stars they've ever
The road we travel may be rough,
But TOGETHER we will hang on
For l know with you by my side,
All my fears will subside.
We are a team,
And TOGETHER we'll gleam.
You are a special someone,
No matter who you are,
You are all helping us reach,
For our brightest stars.
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When all will turn away,
l'll be the one to stay.
l'll fight with you through good or bad,
We'll stay together through happy and
Although we may have our doubts,
l know we can work it out.
lf something will make us fight,
We'll pull together no matter how tight.
I know nothing will keep us apart,
Cuz' you're a good friend,
l know in my heart.
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Although we are presently one mile high,
we advance to elevations higher than the
A. West takes our talents into her hands,
to cultivate and expand us over her lands.
Our beginnings are meek,
not too sure of our feet,
Constantly growing up the large mountain
searching for knowledge, enrichment, and
Culture, brains, the arts and good looks,
hang in the hills on A. Wests highest hooks.
Finally a top of the grand mountain peak,
we are strong Wildcats, not lost, shy, or
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The achievements of today,
Were dreams of the past.
The dreams l didn't think would
They all came true,
Not in a moment.
lt took a little while,
But I went that extra mile.
My dreams of today,
May seem far away.
But tomorrow is not far,
For my dreams are what they are
For they are dreams l am to
And dreams for me to achieve.
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1. IN A SHOW OF MILITARY STRENGTH,
U.S. planes bomb targets in and near 'liipoli
in response to Libyan-backed terrorism. "We
have done what we had to do. If necessary,
we shall do it again," said President Reagan.
2. THE FOURTH BLAST in Paris during
one week in September occurs at police
headquarters. A terrorist group claimed
responsibility for the explosion that injured 36
people, six of them seriously.
PIIOYOS by: Apfwide worm Photos
3. A CASH IS CROWNED Miss America
1987. Miss Tennesee Kellye Cash,
grandniece of country star Johnny Cash,
received the title and crown from outgoing
Miss America Susan Atkin.
4. SWEET TASTE OF VICTORY is savored
by the New York Mets when they win the
World Series. The Mets beat the Boston Red
Sox in the seventh game of the Series by a
score of 8-5.
5. A NEW LEADING MAN, Tom Cruise
takes the screen with well-known heartthrob
Paul Newman in their movie "The Color of
Money." Cruise also starred in the 1986
blockbuster "Top Gun" with Kelly McGillis.
6. DISAPPOINTED LEADERS, President
Reagan and Soviet Premier Mikhail
Gorbachev fail to reach an agreement on the
arms talks and leave the Reykjavik summit in
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7. SWEEPING OVERHAUL of tax laws
cuts taxes for some workers while eliminating
some of the traditional deductions. Rep. Dan
Rostenkowski and Sen. Bob Packwood were
instrumental in the overhaul.
8. SINGERS WIN GRAMMY AWARDS.
Whitney Houston for "Best Female Pop Vocal
Performance", Don Henley for "Best Male
Rock VocaI"g and Stevie Wonder for "Best
Male Rhythm and Blues Vocal."
9. BOTH CHARGED WITH ESPIONAGE,
Soviet U.N. employee Gennadiy Zakharov
arrested in New York City, and American
journalist Nicholas Daniloff arrested in
Moscow, are later released in what some
called a "trade."
10. A FORMER "FUN-LOVING"
BACHELOR, Britain's Prince Andrew marries
the red-haired English commoner Sarah
Ferguson l"Fergie"l in July at Westminster
11. AMERICA'S HOLLYWOOD
FAVORITES DIE IN 1986: The elegant leading
man, Cary Grantg King of Swing Benny '
Goodman: Hollywood toughguy James
Cagneyg and Ted Knight, who co-starred in
the "Mary Tyler Moore Show."
12. THE BEGINNING OF HELP for AIDS
victims is discovered in a DuPont laboratory.
The Isostat system enables hospital labs to
isolate and treat the microorganisms that
attack AIDS victims.
Involvement in the various activities around school is what helps make the high school years
something special. Clubs can make the high school more enjoyable. At A-West, there is a club
for every kind of interest imaginable. For spirit-oriented people, there are cheers, poms, mat
maids, and student government. For those who lean towards the more show-business like
interests, there are fall and spring plays and numerous musical groups. For the more intellectu-
al, there are various language clubs and job-related clubs.
Clubs are not the only thing that make a high school student's life more fulfilling. Events also
play an important role. Homecoming, a time of rallies, cheers and competitions, brings past
graduates back to school. Prom is a special evening that students look forward to all year.
Graduation is the culmination of twelve years of schooling and a new beginning. Being more
involved with school makes the high school years more memorable.
King And Queen
Andy Simmons And Robyn Smith
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Homecoming, once again came to the halls of Arvada
West. lt was an enjoyable and exciting week. The week
was full of ways to show spirit.
Activities included, class color day, the senior toga-wear-
ing day, beach day, and purple and white day. Homecom-
ing assemblies gave a chance for the student body to
show their spirit, and get ready for the Homecoming
game. Powder-puff football, the College Porker Day, and
the movie "Blue Thunder" were other activities available
to the student body.
The Wildcat football team was successful this year, win-
ning the Homecoming game against Chatfield, 42-14.
From the beginning of the game there was no doubt that
the Wildcats would be victorious.
The Homecoming Dance was once again held in the
student center. The royalty featured King and Queen
Andy Simmons and Robin Smith, and senior attendants,
Ryan Baker and Julie Wyatt. The juniors were Scott
Hadwiger and Robin Adamczyk and the sophomores Ju-
lie Stoddard and Todd Bassett.
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Front row: left to right: Lucky Henke, Mike
lozzo, Dave Sommerfeldt, Chris Mullen, Doug
Schepeler, Second row: Erick Steinman, Sue
Chinburg, Bill Row, Tasha Amos, Bob Eikel.
Third row: Tony Desmet, Monte Majeres, Scott
Schrader, Steve Peck, Darin Pine, Back row:
Bob Krapes, Kerry Miller, Scott Campbell, Joe
Front row Left to right: Bob Krapes-vice pres. Scott Campbell-activity chairman, Mr. Schaaf-
Bill Row-president, Bob Eikel-secretary, Back: sponsor
The Woodworker's Club is simply a
bunch of plane folks who saw a
chance to cut up once in a while. The
group sticks together, working on
joint projects, whittling away idle
Poplar activities include a Christmas
project sale, 'mass production pro-
jects and field trips.
We're knot squares, and we do have
some vises, but we're all seriously
interested in woodworking.
We have fun, and we are never board-
wooden you like to joint us?
l'he Metals Club provides the chance for metals and non-metals 'ii y QQ f M i '
students to learn new or improve upon skills in the metalworking bfi Y ',, my l7"l
ield. The club is open to all Arvada West Students whether if
enrolled in a metal shop class or not. The main emphasis is a fun
approach to the enjoyment of doing neat activities in the many is F
ureas within the metals area.
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Left to right: Billy Keron, Steve Lavendusky, Greg Ward, Min
Chung, Craig Maxwell, Mike Jultach, Larry Snider, Holly
OFFICERS: Min Chung, Greg Ward, Holly Barrowclough, Mike
Jultach, Craig Maxwell.
CO-PRESIDENTS: Greg Ward, Min Chung, Craig Maxwell.
The Ham Radio Club is actively working toward earning the
Federal Communications Commission Ameteur Radio Li-
censes. To receive a license each member has to pass two
tests, One test covers electronic theory, and the other test is
over Morse Code. Once the members have cornered their
license, they will be able to communicate with other Hams
all over the world.
Under the direction of co-editors An-
drew Ackerman and Jennifer Adams,
the Westwind enjoyed a successful
year. Many changes were made in
style and content to help make this
year's Westwind one of the best pa-
pers ever produced at Arvada West.
Newspaper Advisor Linda Bellacome
assisted the staff and helped them to
improve the Westwind by sharing her
ideas, advice, and criticism. And,
after much prodding, the staff
worked hard to help produce an out-
Overall, the paper had a fabulous
year working with the faculty and
student body of Arvada West. The
Westwind thanks you for your sup-
Front Row: Robin Brooks, Jocelyn Wilson
Candi Coen, Carrie Kagol, Angie Johnson, Soi
nja Sanders, Yon Lew, Back Row: Brian Wat
son, Jen Wagner, Derk Bolton, Jennifer Ad
ams, Andrew Ackerman, Greg Pierce, Kim
Bisping, Matt Morrissey, Clint McClung, Mike
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DNT ROW: Jennifer Stout, Kara Eichacker,
is Turner, Rebecca Wood, Stacy Kidwell. MID-
E ROW: Michelle Gresge, Sandra Weber, Tracy
-r, Carrie Boettcher, Lisa McGee, Suzette Stires,
TOP ROW: Karen Prekker, Natalie Ebbs. Suanne
Dugger, Stephannie Railsback, Carrie Ross, Rachel
Woodling, Robin Brown, Kris Rector.
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The yearbook staff along with the advi-
sor, Ms. Bellacome, spent many hours
and much effort trying to produce a
creative and interesting yearbook.
The 1986-87 yearbook staff was respon-
sible for many things. They gathered
some information on all the school ac-
tivities, sports, clubs and more.
The staff would like to give special
thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Mulvany for
spending much of their own time taking
The yearbook staff hopes that Arvada
West students appreciate all the effort
and time put into the book.
The Spanish Club, which had been inac-
tive for several years, was reformed in
the spring of 1986. Officers were elect-
ed and plans for the 86-87 school year
were made. The activities include: a pic-
nic in September, an evening of dances
in October Qtaught by an exchange stu-
dent from Columbia and Eric Lassner of
Arvada Westlg a Halloween activity in
conjunction with the Chicano Arts
Council of Denver, competitions with
the other foreign language clubs, visits
to Spanish or Latin American restau'
rants, etc. One of the most unusual ac-
tivities is a fund raiser to benefit both
the club itself and a small village in
Guatemala that is being reconstructed
following almost total destruction dur-
ing a period of civil war. '
Leoni, Treasurer-Chris Lindstrom,
President-Debbie Paul Knot picturedj.
President - Chris Turner
Vice President - Mike Drinkwine
Secretary - Tracy Mitzel
Treasurer - Cord Beaty
Publicity - Curt Nordstrom
Historian - Val Martin
Sponsors - Mr. Stanley Dalton
Mrs. Karen Richardson
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DECA or Distributive Education Clubs of Amer
ica is an organization whose program of leader
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ship and development is designed speclficall
for students enrolled in marketing educatio
DECA is the only national youth organization ir
the nation's schools to attract young people tc
careers in marketing and distribution.
Arvada West's Chapter participates in sever
activities: Fund raising, Leadership Conference
Civic Activities and social activities for its mem
ln order to be a member of DECA a student mus
be either a junior or senior in the Marketing Ed.
program at Arvada West High School.
Students in DECA have the opportunity to com-
pete in contest testing their skills in Advertising
Services, Apparel and Accessories, Finance and
Credit, Food Marketing, General Merchandising,
General Marketing, Quick Service Restaurant
Management, and Full Service Restaurant Man-
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Left to right: Sam VanKirk, Kristin Cavenah-Secre
tary, Mary Kerrigan-Vice president, Kathy Burry,
Kendy Clark, Stephanie Klug-President, Valerie
Martin, Laura Neal, Lindsay McMaster. Not Pic-
tured: Natalie Ebbs, Whitney White-treasurer.
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Back Row: Sponsor-Mr. Ashton, Claude
Chung, David Miller, Kendy Clark, Kris Ca-
venah, Whitney White, Mary Kerrigan, Chris
Daniel, Carrie Ross, Tom Rankin, Jennifer An-
zur. Second Row: Sammie Chergo, Steph
Burnkrant, Kathy Burry, Lisa Burris, Laura
Neal, Lindsay McMaster, Regina Pacheco,
Under the direction of Mr. Bill Ashton
and the sponsorship of the Arvada
Rotary Club, the Arvada West lnter-
act Club has taken an active part in
service to both school and communi-
ty. The 1986-87 year was no excep-
tion. This year, some of lnteract's
activities included selling football
programs, helping at the annual Ro-
tary Tent Sale, providing refresh-
ments for Arvada Center travel lo-
Stephanie Klug. Third Row: Eric Everding,
Erin Bennett, Laurie Nakauchi, Beth Biren,
Valerie Martin, Amiee Rutledge, Nina Oh, Julie
Reed, Tenele Tippets, Dawn Robinson. Bottom
Row: Jennifer Bell, Kelly Hicks, Andrea Meyer,
Sandra Weber, Wendelynn Rouse, Linda Fin-
ley, Mary Beth Dobbs, Robin Leinwand.
gues, ringing bells for the Salvation
Army, and helping raise funds for
Women in Crisis. Besides service ori-
ented activities, lnteract members
also enjoy getting together for parties
- and at the end of each school
year, a banquet is held to initiate new
officers. Through the Interact Club,
many service projects have been suc-
cessfully accomplished. Thanks
goes out to all who helped in 1986-87.
The Blue Spruce Book Club
is an offshoot part of a
statewide book award voted
on by high school and junior
high students. Each year
Colorado teenagers vote for
the Colorado Blue Spruce
Award which is presented to
the author of a book written
in the last ten years.
On its own, the club selects
books to be read and then
discussed at each meeting.
tBooks read this year range
from Kiss of the Spider
. Woman to The Wishsong of
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The club takes part in many
activities. This year mem-
bers organized a book sale at
Arvada West and gave a pre-
sentation on the club at C.U.
The Scholastic Banquet was held on May ll, at
6:30 at the Mariot Hotel. lt was designed to honor
those seniors with outstanding achievements.
Art Barry Kooser
Technical Arts Ray Jones
Business Jeanne Ranson
Counseling Carrie Ross
English Jennifer Adams
Foreign Language Cathy Jaltuch
Home Economics Jill Altman
Math David Miller
Music Shelley DeJonge
Physical Education Bob Smith
Science David Miller
Social Studies David Miller
Society of Professional Women Engineers
Cathy Jaltuch-High Honors
Michelle lngermann-Highest Honors
4.0 Awards- Chris Daniel
Outstanding Senior Awards Steve Lekowicz
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Character, Service, Scholarship and Leader-
ship are the foundation of National Honor So-
ciety. Though NHS is initially based on grade
point averages, it comes down to what the
members can offer to their school and com-
munity. Members of NHS keep busy by acting
as volunteer tutors in all academic areas,
sponsoring the annual Scholastic Banquet,
and performing other activities to serve the
community and uphold academics at the
school. This year's National Honor Society
wishes to thank our sponsors Ms. Niemeier,
and Mr. Messer for all their hard work.
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Presidentg Steve Lekowlcz, Treasurerg Sam Presidentg Trent Hein. 5 L
VanKirk, Secretaryg Carrie Ross, Vice
Top row-left to right: Gina Stapp, Darcy James
Heather Ferguson, Sherri Hollis, Jarin Nowakowski
Kara O'Connor, Amy Beener. Middle row: Laura AI-
lan, Tina Buesser, Margie Traudt, Paula Hester
JoAnn Stransky, Debbie Miller. Bottom row:
Mrs. Jensen Cadvisorj, Lisa Thomas-Schipeler,
The FHA 5 HERO chapters joined forces
and created the Home Economics Student
Advisory Committee to increase leader-
ship opportunities for students. The com-
mittee is made up of representatives from
all Home Economics classes. Members
Participated in the district leadership con-
ference and the chapter officer training
conference in Breckenridge. Chapter pro-
jects were aimed at helping our communi-
ty by collecting toys for the Family Tree
Crisis Center and selling caramel apples
for Daddy Bruce. Members are promoting
nutrition and the importance of eating
breakfast through presentations to pres-
choolers and other High school students.
Fund raising was accomplished through
the Home Ec. Christmas Bazaar, selling
gift items for Valentines day, and catering
a breakfast for the Colorado Legislature
during Vocational Education Week. The
profits will be used to send members to the
FHA and HERO State Leadership Confer-
Top row-left to right: Andrea Bartlett, Rachel Hein-
rich, Cori Churchey, Melinda Prescott, Jennifer Wil-
son, Leah Potter. Second Row: Leighanne Mellberg,
Mundy Horton, Ericka Hunter, Marcy Rozman, Jean-
ette Northrup. Bottom row: David Maltese,
Todd Child, Jill Altman, Shonda Schilling,
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One of FBLA's chief objectives is to develop strong aggressive
leadership in the business world.
The club had several activities including, four visits to a local
nursing home, holiday parties, and three fund raisers. The officers
attended the Regional Leadership Conference while twenty stu-
dents attended the State Conference.
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The Russian Club is a group of all the
students enrolled in Russian. This
group does various community pro-
jects and school projects as well. The
Russian Club would like to wish the
Class of '87 Good Luck in the future!
Officers: Trent Hein- Public Relat.
Michelle White- Secretary
Steve Sheffield- Treasurer
Jon Giullian- Vice President
Kevin Ponis- President
Front Row: left to right: Erika Leetmae,
Amy Lane, Tricia Kelly, Polly White, Amy
Jacobs, Dawn Robinson, Cici Haines. Mid-
dle Row: Mr. Purdham, Trent Hein, Todd
Bassett, Dan Walters, Scott Stene, Jon
Giullian, Jon Fairchild, Gwen Richards,
Darren Kurtz, Pat Rondinelli, Kirsten
Jones, Kevin Hathaway, Robert Anderson,
Quentin Spencer, Steve Sheffield, Mitch
Bollig, Michelle White, Jill Koch. Back
Row: Dan Lawyer, Dave Peyok, Mike Bai-
ley, Bill Row, Brian Thomas, Alan Cook,
Steve Lawyer, Duane Richardson, Hyon
Lew, Robert Racansky. Not Pictured:
Diana Altermatt, Alexis Andrews, Galen
Barr, Nicole Boatright, Shannon Bullard,
Lisa Burris, Rick Calderone, Kim Church,
Erin Collins, Erik Gagnon, Kim Giddings,
John Hamilton, Shannon Hjerleid, Jason
Lammers, Paula Leoni, Louis Malik, Lori
Matteson, Laura Neal, Nichol O'Brien,
Heather Parker, Emory Phillips, Tammy
Railsback, Virgil Ridgley, Becky Row, Eri-
ka Schwiff, Kevin Stene, Julie Stoddard,
Suzanne Sylte, Shawn Varosky, Nikki Wei-
Each quarter French Club organizes a major activity for members. ln
the past fall this year, the group rented a French movie to watch
while munching on French food. Christmas was celebrated by carol-
ing around an Arvada neighborhood. A Mardi Gras party and dinner
was the highlight of the third quarter and a trip to a French restau-
rant finished out the year. Other projects included raising money to
purchase a VCR and some movies for the Foreign Language Depart-
ment. If you are looking for a French Club member, they will be easy
to recognize in their bright red sweatshirts that sport the work
"AMlS" meaning "FRIENDS", Friends are what the club is all about.
ete, Amici! The Arvada West High Secretary: Kirt VanDyke, and Historian:
n Club, "ParVUS sed POter1S", is un- Nathan Walker, The club sponsor is
the student leadership of Pres: Jim Mary Malone. The Latin Club strives to
bS, ViCe Pres: Michelle lngefmann, learn more about ancient Greek and Ro-
op left to right: Jeff Cumming, John Blakely, Dawn Daley,
aryn Geisler, Danielle Johnson, Kathy Burry, Jen Cavanaugh,
ndrea Meyer, Kim Fowler, Lisa Junck, Joan Ratz, Greg Pierce,
llark Schafer, Sandra Weber, Lance Shore.
man cultures by visiting Greek restau-
rants and singing Latin Christmas Car-
ols. Other activities include: Fund Rais-
ers, pizza and movie parties, and other
fun activities. As all Latin Students will
know, "Nos beatam vitam in animi se-
curtate ponimus" Valete, Amici!
The 1986-87 German Club consists of all
current and previously enrolled students of
German. The executive committee is the
third year class.
Activities for the year include picnics fboth
spring and fallj, dances at the kickers Club,
Christmas carolling, and German movies.
One of the fund raisers was a magic show
performed by our own German Club mem-
ber, Travis Schack. The profits from our
fundraisers go towards the Christmas Par-
ty and buying equipment for the German
Club and for the foreign language depart-
ment. This year's club membership is the
largest ever, and we are excited to contin-
ue to be the largest.
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This year's Peer Counseling program is comprised of
sixteen seniors. In its sixth year, the program's popularity
has continued to increase. Numerous tasks are assigned
to these individuals.
ln addition to organizing the annual sophomore orienta-
tion, the peers aided students in various academic and
non-academic areas throughout the year. Tutoring on
either an individual or group basis, the peers operated an
intensive study skills workshop in the fall. Several indivi-
duals worked in the SLIC lab or as unified-modified sci-
ence instructors one onequarter of their terms. The peer
counselors also helped students whom displayed a need
for acedemic assistance by talking to them personally.
Besides successfully fulfilling their primary goal of aiding
those in need, the peer counselors learned a fourth-quar-
ter training class and their participation in SMILES, a
state-wide retreat, the peers developed and improved the
skills necessary to be effective in the counseling center.
Due to their ongoing concern for their fellow students,
the peer counselors have become an important aspect of
the Arvada West environment.
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"Be yourself. No one can ever tell you you're doing it wrong."
The l986-1987 peer counselors were: Blair Ashby, Kent Bashford, Derk Bolton, Matt
mouspe, Kim Fowler, Roseyn lmhoff, Cathi Jaltauch, Steve Lekowicz, Paula Leoni, Stew
Perkins Joan Ratz Carrie Ross Andy Simmons Robyn Smith Jen Wagner and Mik
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tudent Government is the official governing body of Arvada
'est. Student Government is comprised of a responsible, high-
motivated group of students whose prime concern is com-
unication between the student body and the Administration.
addition, they plan and organize all major student activities
nroughout the year and represent Arvada West at county,
ate, and national leadership conferences.
ome of the more important events sponsored by Student
overnment this year were Homecoming, Canned Food Drive,
die Hawkins, Talent Show, Mr. Arvada West, Prom, Senior
y, Battle of the Bands, and Graduation. Perhaps the highlight
i this hard working group was the organizing and opening of
.anamanas, a new Arvada Teen Center designed to give high
zhool students from the area a weekend gathering spot.
he success of this dedicated group of students is due to a
oncern and pride for their school and a desire to provide a
:warding year for each member of the student body.
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Trent Hein- student body president, Dave Granberry- student body vice president,
Steve Sheffield- student body treasurer, Julie Oehlerking- student body secretary,
Kritsin Cavenah and Kevin Ponis- senior class presidents, Jeff Popiel- junior class
president, Kim Sheffield- sophomore class president.
The Arvada West Chess Club was organized to allow
Arvada West students interested in Chess to meet and
play other students with the same interest.
Members of the club participate in a variety of activities
- everything from learning Chinese Chess to playing in
the tournament Chess Club sponsors every year. Each
year, members also play on a statewide tournament for
High School students organized by the Llnited States
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The Arvada West Science Club attracts students with
an interest in the sciences. Among other things, the
club makes field trips to places of interest - this year
the members visited the Rocky Flats Nuclear Power
Plant and the Eleanor Roosevelt Institute - and
spreads information about events and contests like the
Colorado Engineers Bridge Building Competition. This
year, the club also sponsored the winning team in the
2nd annual Not-so Cieneric Trivia Contest.
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The Arvada West Fyziks Fest is an annual event
that is held on the front lawn of the school. Any
Physics, Chemistry, and Biology 2 students can
participate. Students use their newly learned skills
to participate in different events. A few of the
events are the blind folded egg toss, the kinetic
vehicle race, and the paper airplane toss. The
events were all well planned and enjoyable for all.
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This year's construction has played a major part in
the lives of the students and faculty at Arvada
West. The halls became more crowded and the
bells seemed to begin ringing earlier as the tardies
began to increase. The new classrooms however,
were a blessing to many students who no longer
had to make the long trek out to the temporaries.
The luxury of the new rooms were enjoyed by all.
The new desks, carpets, dustless chalkboards and
new bright atmosphere brightened everyones day.
Even though everyone has been inconvenienced by
the construction, the results make up for it.
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TOP ROW-left to right: Shauna Coverdale, Karma Hymas, Jennifer Johnson, Kim
Lipker, Ivan Call, Tom Miller, Kip Shreeve, Cindy Schutz, Lara Scheer, Ginger
Varney, Angela Whiteside, Mr. Otto, MIDDLE ROW- left to right: Michelle Jacob-
son, Amy Bogan, Bobbi Whitemore, Lori Copeland, Julie Sellers, Cassie Griffith,
TOP ROW-left to right: Kristin Rogers, Ginger Worthington, Lisa Birkinshaw, Lori
Chance, Sahni Shirazi, Laurie Stout, Andy Lucci, Erik Davis, Chris Meints, Russ
Wosk, Mr. Otto. MIDDLE ROW- left to right: Pat Olsen, Peter Goodwin, Cami Coon,
Robbyn Wright, Amy Houston, Larry Chadwick, Heather O'Berry, Kim Rutledge,
Susanna Lang, Krystal Jackson, Stacey Plutt, Tracey Frank, Amy Andei
FRONT ROW- left to right: Kim Haffner, Jamie Staudinger, Christi Deats, Mic
Call, Paula Spritzer, Tanya Goff, Jennifer Capps, Cherri Brethour, Debbie Di
ster, Michelle Mortensen, Theresa Duran.
Alan Call. FRONT ROW- left to right: Cathi Miles, Wendy Smith, Diane Sch
James Dawe, Charlotta Norby, Cindy Swenning, Nicole Howard, Leslie Wil'
Dale Kraft, Tim Anderson, Scott Yockstick, Damian Medina, Karla Vanzant, C
Staadt, Eric Swanson.
'OP ROW- lower to upper: Preston Branaugh, Tami Holden, Lisa Copeland, Mike Harold Nichols, Shani Shirazi, BOTTOM ROW- left to right: Russ Wosk, Robyn
BeJonge, Megan Buchanan. MIDDLE ROW- left to right: Director Mr. Otto, Cathi Smith, Jerry Cunningham, Nina Oh, Erik Davis, Lori Chance, Alan Call, Amy
ioslau, Damian Medina, Tammy Braye, Paul Leetmae, Luke Davis, Andy Lucci, Houston, Scot Fahrenbruch, Stephanie Call.
Shelley DeJonge, Eric Swanson, Shelly Lemmons, Steve Trayser, Jackie Henke,
ROW- left to right: Sandy Oehlert, Beth CNSISF. Jefmiffff JONES, Cynda Carrie Ross, Mr. Otto, Michelle Knudson, Tracey Zulian, Laura Neal, Stephanie
Dar Ritz, Heather O'Berry, Cath Baird, Virginia ChriStianS6I1, Cindy Bartles, Amy Meurer, Chris Meints. TOP ROW- left to right: Lori Simons, Judith
Lisa Birkinshaw. SECOND ROW- Left to right: Laurie Stout, Cindy Finney, Cami Miles, Wendy Smith,
, Roseyn lmhoff, Kendy Clark, Robbyn Wright, Deanna Schroder,
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Deidel, Mike Bailey, Quentin Spencer, Carolyn Kremmers, Director First Quarter.
The string orchestra is open without an
audition throughout the year to any stu-
dent interested in playing violin, viola,
cello, stringed bass,or piano in an en-
semble situation. The group performs 4
school concerts a year.
Emphasis is on developing a good tune
intonation, bowing technique, reading
skills, musicality, and ensemble aware-
ness. A wide range of literature is stud-
ied, including baroque, classical, roman-
tic, and 20th century, traditional popu-
lar, avantgarde, and string quartets.
Several orchestra members also partici
pate in the Arvada Center Youth Or-
chestra and the Golden Youth Sympho-
ny. Membership in the school orchestra
is required in order to audition for All-
McDona1d's A11 American High School Band
Mike Boeder, senior saxophonist and section leader
in Marching Band and Jazz Showcase, was selected
to McDOnald's All American High School Band.
Only two musicians from each state are selected
from taped auditions to this prestigeous organiza-
tion. This is the second student from Arvada West
to be selected for this honor, the last being Scott
Ackerman in 1983. The band was involved in many
nationally televised events including the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York and the
f Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena on New
FRONT ROW: Chris Hollis, Kim Weiler, Jim Jacobs, Jani Jacobs, Mike Boeder. Glen Dunkin, Greg Noland. TOP ROW: Karyn Geisler, Brian Bond, Eric Stump,
MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Zachman, Ellen Peters, Derek Wiechman, Mark Cuadrado, Greg Marks, Scott Wheeler, Steve Trayser, Alan Ferguson, Robby Andzik.
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FRONT ROW: Heather Ferguson, Greg Counts, Justin Mead, Sherri Hollis, Sean TOP ROW: Dawn McDonald, Eric King, Jim Allen, Lori Dinges, David Gohn,
Clark, Shelly Gohn, Brian Thomas. SECOND ROW: Mr. Zachman, Mr, Kiehn, Larry Sempson, Mick Drybread, Bob Whelton. NOT PICTURED: Kalyn Heclin,
Aarron Skoff, Doug Casaday, Matt Porter, Glen Dunkin, Kerry Davis. THIRD Greg Frick.
ROW: Eric Martin, Bob Jeske, Ken Marranzino, Jim Boling, Sheldon McCabe.
FRONT ROW: Jill Waters, Julie Stiner, Steph Corbett, Debbie Green, Candy Pitts,
Leslie Zundee, Kristina Hamilton, Michelle Harper, Melanie Squire, Kristy Garden-
er, Jenny Quick, Joanna Kelsey, Cheryl Miller, Cheryl Sveum, Steve Edscorn, Erin
Bennett, Nicole Boatright, Greg Counts, MIDDLE ROW: Anne Smith, Monica
Campbell, Cath Baird, Joy Paxton, Tracey Massler, lrsa Lindtveit, Steph Welpton,
Christy Clark, Wendy Shively, Lori Churchey, Dawn McDonald, Kerry Davis,
David Gohn, Sara Cune, Sean Clark, Pat Ross, Larry Simpson, Brian Thomas, Lori
Denges, Ken Ulmer, Sheldon McCabe, Greg Carrol, Jeff Schroder, Alan Horto
Luke Heinze, Ken Marranzino. TOP ROW: Chris Callahan, Mr. Zachman. NC
PICTURED: Tenell Tippets, Lorie Simmons, Shirley Peppler, Cliff Ferdig, Gr:
Frick, Chris Waegele, Yevette Craig, Clay Sewald, Heather Oyman, Sherri Mor
son, Jim DeVine, Doug Casady, Jim Allan, Diane Ernst, Aaron Skoff, Denr
Fernandiz, Cory Chyrchey.
FRONT ROW: Laura Neal, Jackie Henke, Lisa Patterson, Holly Hutcheson, Shelly
Gohn, Heather Ferguson, Tammy Jacobsen, Tania Wooten, Carl Wuth, Karen
Melby, Kalyn Hedin, Donna Robbins. MIDDLE ROW: Jani Jacobs, Greg Noland,
Derek Wiechman, Mark Cuadrado, Ellen Peters, Tracy Zulian, Sherri Hollis, Mike
Boeder, Chris Hollis, Michelle Ferdig, Kim Wieler, Jim Jacobs, Bob Jeske, Stev
Trayser, Greg Marks, Robby Andzik, Eric Martin. TOP ROW: Mr. Zachman, Mik
Woolley, Eric Stump, Sandy King, Monica Palmer, NOT PICTURED: Amy Houf
The "Wildcat" Marching Band for 1986 is
116 members strong. The band is under
the field direction of Drum Majors Anne
Smith and Jim Jacobs. Soloists this year
are Steve Trayser, Greg Marks and Bob
Jeske-trumpetsg and Mark Cuadrado-trom-
bone. Flag Captains are Lori Houlihan and
Larisa LaBrant. Feature twirler is Kristy
Gardner. Section Leaders of the band are:
Mark Cuadrado, Steve Trayser, Mike
Boeder, Mike Woolley, Donna Robbins,
Laura Neal and Jani Jacobs. The band re-
ceived the 2nd place trophy from the Lake-
wood on Parade competition and returned
from C.Ll. Band Day competition with a
Division I fSuperiorj rating.
Chorale is a traditional choir
mostly in a cappella and classical
bers. The term "A cappella" means that
group will perform a musical piece
any instrumental accompaniment. An
ample of an A cappella number would
Beethoven's "Hallelujah" or Thomas
ley's "Sing We and Chant lt." Chorale
the second step in a process of three.
people start in Concert Choir and then
move into Chorale. While in Chorale, a per-
son may wish to go into Company West or
Vocal Showcase. That way they may
able to get double musicianship. Chorale is
open to both juniors and seniors and a
limited amount of sophomores with excep-
tional music ability. Everyone involved in
Chorale has been chosen by auditions.
Vocal Showcase is a mixed choir
'of juniors and seniors. Because
ship to the group is by audition
is known as one of Arvada
VSC, like Company
other choirs at AW in
level of music study.
pyear round. Through such
.the group gains performance
l group unity, personal growth,
And Vocal Music
This band is open without audition during
second semester to any bandsman wanting
to participate in a fine concert band organi-
zation. The group will perform quality con-
cert band literature and work to develop a
mature interpretation of a broad spectrum
of composers and styles. The group re-
turned from State Competition last year
with a Division Il QExcelIentj rating. The
group will present several school concerts
as well as the traditional "Pops" concert.
band is open by audition
30-40 finest wind players during
This band has traveled to
the region, including Kan-
St.Louis. The group will per-
wind literature by some
in the field. The
received a Division ll iEx-
at the State Large Group
band will present several
and combine with Sym-
for the "Pops" concert in
Choir is the newest choir at Ar-
West. lt is a group of 38 sophomores.
composed of many individuals with a
deal of choir experience. However,
experience at Arvada West has
to sharpen their skills even
the choir has empha-
and reading music this
the other choirs at Arvada
Choir performs four con-
Holiday, Spring, Pizzazz
year the section leaders for
as follows Lon
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know one another this
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Top Row: Diane Ernst, Jenn Widinski, Ginger Croy Second row: Laura Debbie Paul, Shannon Hjerleid, Kelli Barnes, Shannon McClosky Fourth
Rozman, Lynette Hauschild, Shelli Barnes, Stephanie Welpton Third Row: Row: Larissa LaBrant, Sandra Stovner, Lori Houlihan
Marching Band: Flag Team
Grand National Champion
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Arsenic And Old Lace
After a successful first year as director of the
Arvada West Theatre Company in the 1985-
86 school year, Roseanna Wilkie began an-
other successful year with the classic com-
edy hit, "Arsenic and Old Lace." The play,
written by Joseph Kesselring, played for three
nights on November 6, 7, and 8 and was
warmly received by those who came to see it.
The play itself takes place in Brooklyn, New
York during the middle of World War ll. The
storyline follows this: There is a conflict be-
tween two brothers, one, Mortimer, thinks he
will sooner or later go insane because of his
genetics, and the other, Jonathan, along with
his sidekick "doctor," enjoys having plastic
surgery done to his face every week and has a
swell murdering people for the sport of it. In
the middle of this are the brothers' childhood
guardians, Abby and Martha Brewster, who
like to keep men in their house . .permanent-
ly. Jonathan, in his sadistic way, schemes a
plot to forever silence Mortrimer from letting
information out about his and his "doctor's"
little habit of killing people, as well as to
compete with Abby and Martha in sheer num-
bers of corpses. Little does Mortimer know,
though, that his grave is being dug because
he is trying to marry a minister's daughter.
And if all this wasn't enough, Teddy Brew-
ster, brother of Abby and Martha, thinks he is
Teddy Roosevelt, and spends his time either
digging the "Panama Canal" in the basement
of the house, or charging up "San Juan Hill,"
which is actually only the staircase of the
slightly bizarre Brewster home.
From a distance, the plot seems to be nothing
more than a horrible glob of garbled confu-
sion, but thanks to Wilkie, her cast, and crew,
"Arsenic and Old Lace" proved to be a de-
lightfully entertaining performance.
Abby Brewster .
The Reverend Dr.
Teddy Brewster .......
Officer Brophy .
Officer Klein . . .
Martha Brewster .
Elaine Harper . . .
Mr. Gibbs ......
Dr. Einstein ....
Officer O'Hara . .
Harper . , .Brian Watson
..... Andy Lucci
. . Nathan Walker
. . . . Karen Meier
. . . . Robin Dillon
.. Mikail Downey
. . . . Brian Jacobson
. . . . . Thad Anzur
.. Butch Hubbart
. .... Jim Micaletti
... James Quick
On the nights of March l2,l3, and
14, the Arvada West theatre came
to life as Reginald Rose's drama,
"Twelve Angry Jurors," was per-
formed by a cast of A-West stu-
This play, directed by Roseanna
Wilkie, was particularly special
because it, unlike most plays done
in high schools, required what is
called "ensemble acting." All the
actors in the play had to stay on
stage and in character for the en-
tire duration of the play, which
meant that the cast was more like
a team, with each "player" being
as important as the next.
Because of the ensemble acting in
"Twelve Angry Jurors," director
Wilkie was faced with many chal-
lenges that other plays to not
pose. Such challenges were, for
example, keeping the actors in
character for the duration of the
performance, and maintaining
good relations between cast mem-
Juror One- Cynda Staadt
Juror Two- Nathan Walker
Juror Three- Sami Nigh
Juror Four- Tina Tilsley
Juror Five- Thad Anzur
Juror Six- Sarah Rozehnal
Juoro Seven- Butch Hubbart
Juror Eight- Brian Watson
Juror Nine- Mikael Downey
Juror Ten- Sonja Sanders
Juror Eleven- Jill Devillier
Juror Twelve- Nina Oh
Guard- Clinton Mclung
Clerk- Melanie Madron
Assistant Director- Gabrielle Nelson
bers so that the "team" could still
function in a positive way.
Wilkie met those challenges, and
the results were obvious. The per-
formance itself was excellent. But
aside from that, Wilkie set another
precedent by challenging herself
and her cast to achieve high goals,
which, at the beginning of rehears-
als, seemed unreachable.
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Evans, Robin Adamczyk, Terry Howerton, Dana Nahring, Beth tom row: Roseyn Imhoff, Mundy Horton, Jill Devillier.
The '86-'87 Pom Pons expereienced a very spirit-filled, suc-
Eessful year sponsored by Beth Hays. Their many hours of
ractice showed in their numerous half-time performances.
Linder the direction of co-captains Jill Devilleir and Roseyn
mhoff, the year began with a successful outcome of the
squad's participation, at the Universal Dance Camps sum-
Emer training program. The poms received the Super Spirit
tick Award, a Superior rating overall, and were voted
'Most Spirited Squad" by the others in attendance. Receiv-
ng a total of forty Superior ribbons on an individual basis,
.he squad benefited greatly from the material learned.
Attempting to change their previous image, the poms at-
.ended a wide variety of athletic activities. This not only
qave them a chance to perform for a wide variety of specta-
ors, their participation enabled them to support the cheer-
eaders more effectively.
Dverall, this year's Wildcat Poms were enthusiastic in their
attempt to promote school spirit. Through their perfor-
nances of half-time routines, the pom squad added a great
deal to the pride of the students at Arvada West.
Cheers Pom Pons
Under the head cheerleaders, Julie Oehlerking and Kirsten
Jones, this year's cheerleaders accomplished many of their
goals. They started the year off with a leadership retreat in
Winter Park. At summer camp in Fort Collins, the squad
received many superior group ribbons, a spirit stick, and an
overall superior trophy. They attended two competitions,
one in December, and one in February. They performed well
at both of these competitions.
School spirit and enthusiasm was very high this year, and
overall, the 1986-87 cheerleaders were there to support
Arvada West all year.
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Third Row: Steph Zeaman, Jill Polniak, Julie Oehlerking.
This year the number of mat maids increased from six
to eight because of the addition of the third level to the
wrestling team. The third level added to the already
many duties of the mat maids. They keep score, video-
tape, keep up brackets, run the two tournaments,
cheer, and attend all dual matches and all tourna-
ments. There are often numerous tournaments a day,
therefore, not all eight mat maids are always at one
tournament. As a result, an added strain is put upon
the mat maids to do their duties.
The mat maids, under the leadership of Kristin Wool-
ley, were very supportive and hard working. They
always did their best to encourage the wrestlers and to
endure the pressures from demanding coaches.
A special thanks to Kay Woolley for making the uni-
forms and providing guidance and support, also,
thanks to the booster club for their support.
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Front Row I to r: Steve Lekowicz, Ramona Ruhl, Joan Ratz, Kim Fowler, Beth
Biren, Sandra Weber. Second Row: Andrea Langer, Laura Houlihan, Lindsay
McMaster, Jill Peterson, Drew Wallace, Val Martin. Third Row: Derk Bolton,
Ellen Peters, Ron Colaizzi, Kirsten Jones, Jennifer Adams, Shelley DeJonge,
Whitney White., Fourth Row: Robbyn Wright, Matt Erramouspe, Todd Gette
Fifth Row: Erik Davis, Regina Pacheco, Michelle lngermann, Kent Bashford
Sam VanKirk, Matt Elder, Trent Hein, Min Fon Chang, David Russell, Tony
Vaughn, Mike Boeder.
Front Row I to r: Jon Cruillian, Darren Kurtz, Laura Neal, Nina Oh, Chris unidentified,Jeanne Ranson, Deanna Schroder, Janet Albee, Dawn Robinson,
Daniel, R.A. Plummer. Second Row: Sue Alderman, Jen Cavenaugh, Steph unidentified. Fifth Row: unidentified, Lisa Copeland, Carrie Ross, David Mill-
Klug, Sonja Sanders, Kristin Cavenah. Third Row: Cathy Jaltuch, Roseyn er, Susan Baker, Claude Chung.
lmhoff, Sami Nigh, Kathy Burry, unidentified. Fourth Row: unidentified,
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Canie Ross, Andy Simmons
Cathi Goslav, Steve Lekowicz
Julie Oehlerking, Matt Erramouspe
Julie Sanchez, Travis Ayers
Kim Ponis, Mitch Blain
This year's commencement ceremonies for the
class of '87 were held at 8:30 a.m. in the gym of
Arvada West High School. The class song was
"That's What Friends Are For." The girls wore
white robes and the boys wore purple. The cere-
monies were very well attended by friends and
families of the graduates.
Platform guests in attendance were the follow-
ing: Mr. William Ross, Ms. Judith Pierce, Dr.
John Hefty, Mr. Ray Schneringer. Mr. Herb Coch-
rane, Mr. Erik Fredell, Mr. Stanley Ward, Dr.
Conger Weightman, and Mr. Ben Brauch.
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Academics are what school is all about. What is taught and learned in these classes
provides the groundwork for the various jobs and professions students will pursue
Students choosing to pursue a two or four year college program, as well as those
seeking employment immediately following graduation, can find classes suited for
ln keeping with the wide variety of students at Arvada West, a variety of classes are
Whether student interest lies in the mathematic, scientific, language arts, business
or vocational areas, courses are avaiable to fill every need.
ln addition to the wide range of courses offered, a diverse staff provides a number of
different teaching styles and experiences.
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A year of superiority, a day of togas, and a step into the real world. lt was the
seniors' year to kick back and be cool. lt was also a year of questions and
decisions. Are we ready to leave? Where will we go? Will we still have the same
friends? As we end our stay at Arvada West, we're deciding to go to college or
work. We are taking those nerveracking tests and getting anxious for new
experiences after graduation. As we part and go our seperate ways, we'll look
back at West and those special days to remember the phrase: "lt's heaven in
We made it, We're no longer sophomores, and we can walk the halls with pride.
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forward to our senior year. lt's like a state of limbo, not at the top but a step
above the bottom. lt's the most challenging year academically, and the longest.
But we'll hang on, and we'll endure. Ahead lies excitement and opportunity,
and we'll greet it with open arms. After all it's straight to the top.
lt's a new world. The school is huge, and the students are giants. We feel like
imposters with nowhere to go. We walk a soft step, so as not to be noticed. We
ask ouselves: When will this day end? lt's scary to think what will happen to
us and our friends. We're apprehensive, but we'll survive., We're faced with
rejection and turn to new freedoms, friends and excitement.
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Athletic competition contains most of the drama of life. ln many respects, it is a
miniature replication of life. The frustrations, the joys, the uncertainties, the pain
and the struggle to succeed are all present. The price to pay to gain success in
competitive sport is indeed high. The time, personal sacrifices and frustrations
create a quite impressive challenge of our spirit and determination. Athletic compe-
tition attracts us because of that challenge - the challenge to be the best we can be.
The athletic programs at Arvada West exemplify the true nature of the student
body and faculty that make this school what it is - an institution of discipline,
determination, tradition, and pride. Not only do the athletes and coaches strive for
excellence, but the student body, faculty, and parents pledge their full support
which seems to supply that needed-energy, that needed lift to keep a team going
when times are tough.
One would have to look long and hard to find the dedicated athletes and coaches
that Arvada West is fortunate to have. Players and coaches alike push themselves
to their limits in order to reach their full potential. Neither athlete or coach at
Arvada West is ever satisfied with a less than the absolute best effort one could
"Success is peace of mind, which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing
you did vour best to become the best you are capable of being"
John Wooden A well-known basketball coach,
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Wildcats' record was 7-4 in 1986. They provided their
fans withenough thrills to make the season unusyally excit-
T 5, . Theyjopened their campaign with apbig, yvini,,6ver,,Green,, y
l,,lQ ranleed nurnber threeiin the state.
later defeated Lakewood, the defending State Champi'
on andy second ranked team in Colorado. Manyffelt this
high sqifiqol football game they had ever
hand, the Wildcats lost in overtime to Pomona,
played in the state Championship game, andm,
,L one point in the State playoffs.
1986 included: The one game Jeffco'
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wasglgsoiifelected by his teammates as this year's
fogtball player, the football banquet featuring
special awards, and Jan Pease's lnfa-
Jan being given a VCR asa gift from
Another winning record established by
thewsophomores by Coach Marting valuable experience
obtained by many on Jim, iiy gZajac's,,.l.V. sqrgaclg The mellow
strairigffflof Coach Simmoris' voicefas he encouraged son
Andysperformance during the yearg and fianlly the enjoy-
mentgggteat memories, andwysatisfagypn thatithe varsity pro-
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er, Mark Krasovich, Blaine Spies, Chad Johnson, 2nd Row: Dom
vner, Dave Tanguy, Steve Bell, Andy Simmons, Chris Bloomstran, Dan
1, Bart Walker, Jeff Goodell, 3rd Row: Noel Wickwar, John Tarjanyi, Kent
hford, Dean Yocum, Dalton Adams, Craig Tjarks, Dan Pilcher, 4th Row:
tt Anderson, Kevin Lynch, Jason Johnson, Scott Hadwiger, Chris Par-
ge, Matt Dick, Jim Clark, Kevin Bloomstran, 5th Row: Kerry Giambrocco,
Kaupp, Kirk Bailey, Jim Haines, Jeff Flight, Chris Ragowski, Allen
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son, Eric Pierson, Mitch Blain, Troy Wineland, Dave Kluge, 7th Row: Jim Hllllllll
Boling, Greg Pennington, Luke Davis, Trevor Matsuo, Steve Scholtz, Greg Illmml
Nyberg, Dan Hoffsetz, 8th Row: Managers: Ryan Palmer, Brett Roth, Troy
Hogoboom, Greg Martino, Back Row: Coaches: Jan Pease, Mark Biren, Mark
Lagrone, Gary Martin, Paul Salazar, Head Coach Brian McGregor, Paul Velas-
quez, Jerry Foote, Bill Feeley, Jim Zajac, Joe Simmons
Left to Right: Ryan Baker, Chirs Bloomstran, Andy Simmons, Steve Perkins,
Coach Brian McGregor
"Success around here comes from hard hitting- we call it Wildcat Football"
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Paul Salazar, Mark Biren, Jan Pease
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ive Mascio, Fred Wallace, Anton Oehlert, Kurt Jones, 2nd Row: Corey Salankey
rny Ficco, Jeff Houston, Greg Chance, Jon Eskew, Andy Ottele, David Bolding
lb Gash, 3rd Row: Nelson Hendrickson, Chris Stodden, Tony Priola, Peter Dye
aig Robbins, Steve Reichow, Dave Padilla, Mike Gartner, 4th Row: Travis Schack
rrin Mollohan, Sean Neihoff, Clint Young, Mike Reed, Eric Lopez, Chris Gould
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Forbes, Erik Gagnon, Mike Knott, 6th Row: Ryan Palmer, Todd Hogoboom, Eric
Hayes, Chris Settje, Brad Varmo, Greg Martino, Brett Roth, 7th Row: Mark Lagrone,
Paul Salazar, Head Sophmore Coach Gary Martin, Paul Velasquez, Jerry Foote,
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10-1, in first place. Tliiijrr 8-3 i
leQue play, 3rd place. Overall records werefsophomore,
lg jr. varsity, 14-53 and varsity, 16-8.gfI'he team was chara
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Back Row Left to Right: Coach Moya Cramer, Coach Mary Kvamme, Coach Tyler
Coyle, Carrie Johnson, Wendy Turnbow, Tiffany Plummer, Eileen Lechuga, Robin
Bossi, Yvette Himes, Josie Newman, Stephanie Corbett, Amy Dowd, Marla Beal,
Stacee Eggers, Cindy Schutz, Jessica Kay, Coach Sharon Honsa. ZND Row Left to
Right: Manager Katie Tucker, Manager Desiree Himes, Manager Sabrina Davis,
Tammy Boettcher, Jean Wallace, Stephanie Schoeder, Kari Turnbow,
Lorraine Mollohan, Kim Doehling, Jennifer Stout, Tammy Braye, Sue Alder
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Team Captain Sue Alderman
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Shaffer, Mindy Lang, Kim Ponis, Erin Hayden, Angie Churches, Coach K
Osbourn. Front Row Left to Right: Robyn Smith, Karen Bossi, Michelle lngerm
Michelle lngermann, Lorraine Mollohan, Jen Stout, Tammy Braye, Sue Alderman, Carrie
Boettcher, Robyn Smith
Row: Kim Doehling 2nd team all-conference, Jean Wallace outstanding sopho-
e, Karen Bossi lst team all-conference, Dr. Pepper player of the week, out-
ding junior, Angie Churches, Kim Ponis, Middle Row: Jen Stout, tenacious cat
rd, Tammy Braye, all-state, lst team, all-conference, team mvp, outstanding
or, Carrie Boettcher, Michelle lngermann, Bottom Row: Lorraine Mollohan,
yn Smith, Sue Alderman team captain, 2nd team all-conference, hustler
rd. Not Pictured: Tammy Boettcher junior varsity mvp, Tina Shaffer junior
ity most improved player, Stacee Eggers sophomore mvp, Marla Beal sopho-
e most improved player
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Junior? Varsity District --' - Sophomoref -
trict CgQampions.'Girtgf Runner-Gp.iGirls'
Sophogwore District Riuniier-Up. The 1986 season featured
accorripliskirhents in every meet entered by
and boys teams. Seniors Mike Piper, Rob Brgn
Monsma, Scott Fahrenbruch and Steve
junior Mark Dunn, and sophomore Mark Gerarcf eteii
fantastic season by placing second in the state, W igheit
finish by an Arvada West cross-country 193-4 ,hhstcfc
when the boys won the State championship. S
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Chelle Russell and Kelly
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overall as a team? Arvada West was thefflrst
districtfgto have ali five passilisthfhigfinish
Adamciyk and Whitney also ran fogthe varsity at the
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the cross-country teams are looking forwagd to continuing
this years tradition.
Back Row: R. A. Plummer, Matt Pierce, Mark Harris, Nick Sherwood, Mark Dunn,
Paul Leetmae, Mark Gerard, Brian Monsma, Marc Direzza, Rob Schow, Darren
Corso Third Row: Julie Stiner manager, Steve Mueller asst. coach, Steve
Lekowicz, Mike Hartman, Alan Cook, Scott Fahrenbruch, Andy Morgan, Jon
Fairchild, Steve Tow, John O'Hara, Steve O'Hara, Grag Beehler, Brent Lancaster,
Fastest Tim es
Second Row: Jen Giarratano, Mary Kerrigan, Sarah Hinz, Shelley Ottele, Kelly
Monsma, Treena Jones, Kelly Swan, Joan Ratz, Robin Adamcyzk, Kim Fowler,
Susan Konieczka, Whitney White, Karen Ward Front Row: Alan Olds head coach,
Julie Stoddard, Pam Lazo, Amber Garrett, Chelle Russell, Heather Davis, Amy
Taylor, Jody Stock, Candy Coen
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11' Jeannie Piper 20:44
12' Kim Fowler 21:01
10' Chelle Russell 21:17
10' Kelly Monsma 21:19
12' Whitney White 22:09
11' Robin Adamczyk 22:18
11' Shelly Ottele 22:41
10' Heather Davis 22:47
10 Pam Lazo 23:30
10 Amber Garretts 23:33
12 Mary Kerrigan 23:38
10 Julie Stoddard 24:04
12 Joan Ratz 25:17
10 Candi Coen 26:02
12 Susan Konieczka 26115
12 Jen Giarratano 26:15
12 Sarah Hinz 26:40
11 Kelly Swan 27:03
10 Amy Taylor 27107
10 Jodi Stock 30:30
12' Mike Piper 15:48
11' Mark Dunn 16:23
12' Rob Schow 16:24
12" Brian Monsma 16:34
10' Mark Gerard 16:56
12' Scott Fahrenbruch 17:01
12' Steve Tow 17:09
10' Craig Dowell 17:32
12' Steve Lekowicz 17:57
12' Darren Corso 18:03
12 Matt Pierce 18:05
10 Alan Cook 18:44
10 Andy Morgan 19:11
10 Mike Hartman 19:16
12 Paul Leetmae 19:35
12 Steve O'Hara 19:39
12 Nick Sherwood 19:48
11 Brent Lancaster 19:57
9 Scott Robson 20:03
11 Jon Fairchild 20:26
11 John O'Hara 20:39
1 1 Marc Direzza 20:39
12 R. A. Plummer 21:25
11 Geoff Atzbach 22:10
11 Mark Harris 22:13
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This years Arvada West Boys' Varsity Soccer season was
one of the most successful in the schools history. The
Wildcats finished with Qnly one loss andtwo ties, along with
eight wins in the regular season.
The most exgziting. game was one in which this year's state
champions, the Columbine liebels, tied the 'Cats in the last
two minutes .of piay. Afterggveral. missed opportunities
overtime, the game rertiaineffitlied. Arvada West later defeat- fl
ed Bear Creek in of district playoffs 4-2.,
Unfortunately, luck Weis witfiii the Wildcats as for the
second consecutive year the Vlilclggats were denied a birth in
the state playoffs, this time by iosing an extremely hard
fought game to Green,.Mtn.-the only team to beat A-West
this year. W W illil
The 1986 Varsity teamg coached byllWerner llligl and scap-
tamed by Matt Erramouspe and
ten seniors, seven iii of which were lefterrnen,
jumors,gone of which was a returning lettegrnantggandg:pne .sg
Andrew Ackerman, Dan Butgvidas, Matt Erramouspe, Todd
Getteg and Mark Schafer. In addition, Matt Erramduspewas'
named to the All-Statepteam for 1986. The junior varsity's
season was a successes well. Finishing secondlplaee in
league standings, the J.V.'s team proved they will be a
strong building block feflifuture Arvadallwestivarsity teams.
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Schaffer, Andrew Ackerman, Matt Erramouspe, Todd Lasoco, Middle Row: Eric
Swanson, Kevin Keelen, Keith Beottiger, Eric Scheer, Travis Ayers, Eric Young,
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Scott Wheeler, Shawn Arni, Matt Porter
Coach Heinz, Bottom Row: Rob Casa'
granda, Mark Pierce, Breck Pribble, A. J.
Zayats, Bart Neccessary, Scott Martens.
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Casagranda, Cari Johnson, Sheph Schroeder. Second Row: Barb Klava, Jen Jelinek, Sami Chergo and Stephanie Burnkrant,
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Cindy Ahrens, Renee Alexander, Robin Alexander. Back Row Left to Right: Staab, Jill Peterson, Coach Hynes
Front Row Left to Right: Natalie Racansky, Lori Dinges, Karen Knight, Jenny Blaylock, Lori
Vendena, Roxie Ringland, Jenny Sullivan. Back Row-Left to Right: Lynette Gardner, Kim Tesch,
Mitzi Rold, Jodi Linville, Jill Waters, Lisa Patterson, Theresa Baca, coach Binford.
"Our friendship made on the field, despite interests ranging from cow roping to rock concerts, will transcend any records or
statistics and be remembered always. Oh yeah . . . BOSCAV' Jill Peterson
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The Champions, whea-
tridge, and State Championships.
Retummg let jumors, Beth Cnsler and
Velvet tains Christa Patton,eJill Hun-
saker, and Julimi hlerkin e. Our final season record was 10
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:k Row Left to Right: Assistant Coach Becky Howard, Cheri Fike, Christa Laurie Dunkhase, Laura Lekowitz, Kim Sheffield, Maryanne Desante, Velvet
ton, Candi Corless, Jill Hunsaker, Julie Oehlerking, Leanne Burkey, Head Rubner, Bottom Row: Wendy Rowles
Ich Pia Borrego, Middle Row Left to Right: Stephanie Berg, Beth Cristler,
i "We had a great season due to our outetanding coaches . . . They're RARE!"
Top Row Left to Right: G. Frick, manager, J. Capps, C. Haney, J. Maybee, M. L. Hughes, A. Lane, M. Palmer, K. Counts, Front Row: R. lmhoff, S. Jensen, M. P1
Rozman, P. Kacka, J. Walker, Coach, Middle Row: T. Clarke, J. Frank, T. Lightner, E. Leetmae, D. Paul.
The girls' league
.this year. Sophomore swimrfger Erika Leet
mae was undefeated this year in the IQ
yd .i'ir butterfiy, setting new records at
Colorado lnvitational, Jeffco lnvitational,
and breaking the school record. She quali-
fied for-7 out of 9 events for state and won
the butterfly. She was an All American
Consideration. The team had ll letter win-
ners this year, 5 were returning lettermen.
Overall, the year was a great success.
Top Row left to right: Ci. Frick, K. Counts, M. Palm- Lane, M. Peel, L. Hughes, M. Gresge, S. Jensen, J.
er, M. Ortiz, E. Leetmae, W. Cap, S. Shepplemen, Maybee, P. Kacka, Coach Griffith, Coach Walker.
Bottom Row: L. Finley, A. Monohan, A. Parker, A.
"Tomorrow's achievements are just a dream away." Erika Leetmae
4th ROW l- t0 R2 Joe DiQl3C0me. Brad Weakly. Mark T0mkll'1S, das, lst Row: Kevin Hunter, Danny Butvidas, Matt Bilby, Shawn
3rd Row: Jim Robins, Justin Mead, Jeff Avila, Kyle Zuments, Yagutakg.
2nd Row: James Tuna, Kevin Dowell, David Hunter, Eddie Butvi-
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people toginjury, the rest of the team
of numbers with hard iiii work and ah exeellent aititudefive
finished withaa 2-4 dual meet recordspinsadditi0iiif6li5th
place finishes in the Jeffco League Relays andlthefiieague
championships. 2 8
Though each swimmer deserves recognitignffor his
accomplishments lforg' exa at
workoutsj, several, ogg fsr.J'fDan Bufgifge
das-our only state seniors Kevin Hunt-4
erand Jeff Avila for theireiematign,leadership andihardffff
workg junior. Matt, Bilby and Sophomore Jim Robbins forge
their versatilityg sophomore Joe DiGiacomo was our'
most surprising rookieg freshmen 19th graders from Ober-
onl David Hunter and Eddie Butvidas gave us some
All in all, I'd say our year was very good - while l was
pleased with our season, l'm not totally satisfied fthough
people say l'm never satisfiedj. l'm expecting the 88-89
season to be even better. Tell everybody to come see us
next year" Amy Griffiths - Coach
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Carl Wuth qualified
Arvada West golfers had a
'llmariiand Mafil Johnson, sophomoiigifflarl iii
men, Sean Finegan Finggan. Looking at tha'
young talent, nail? 'year's' team Should be outstandinglfl
itting Left to Right: Bill Lawfley, Chris Swinhart, Middle Left to Right: Carl Wuth, Kevin Kirchmar, Matt Johnson, Rob Day, Jay Musil, Back Row Left to
ight: Jason Jensen, Scott Russell, Steve Finegan, Sean Finegan, Coach Barrows
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Back Row Left to Right: Carl Wuth, Steve Finegan, Front Row Left to Right:
Kevin Kirchmar, Matt Johnson, Sean Finegan
The golf team was quite successful this year, considering the number of injuries. Several of our key players were knocked
linconscious by stray gold balls, and wildly swung clubs. Senior golfer, Drew Wallace, said it best, 'Golf is helI.' "-Drew
Top Row left to right: Maureen Neuroth, Ginger Croy, Coach Barrows, Bottom Row: Becca Zeiler, Shelly Gohn, Jocelyn Wilson, Cassie Hardison
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The Arvada West girls' golf team had a disappointing season
in 1987. Competition from a strong Arvada and Pomona
team, along with the relative inexperience of many A-West
team members, led toitheir overall 9th place finish in the 12
member Jeffco league.
he team cqpeisted of six membersg senior Shelly Gohn,
juniors Croy and Maureen Neuroth, sophomore Joce-
lyn Wilsoniighdfreshmen Cassie Hardison andfBecca Zeiler.
The top two golfers throughout the year were Gohn and
CFOY' HOWCVST' In by
freshm n. 7 tourna-
ments, u ing two preseason toti haments and the Jeffgw
State Golf lnvitationai.
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r 4th Row left to right: Coach Martin, Cory
Slanky, Lance Hill, Chris Stodden, Chris
Stiner, Ken Davidson, Travis Schack, Kevin
Hathaway, Eric Strachen, Merl Ternue, Rosco
Abrams, Mike Fatsinger, Brian Condray, Jay
Gordon, Chris Augustine, 3rd row: Coach Lar-
son, Andy Ottele, Doug Hawkins, Kurt Van-
dyke, Dunkin Buchanan, Mike Jellin, Aaron
Beslie, Kent Jones, Clint Hawkins, Matt
Forbes, Jason Croy, Chris Stodden, Garth
Churches, Scott Hadwiger, Ray Jones, Darrin
Buck, Charlie Aston, Coach Binford, 2nd Row:
Manager Kenny Capra, Dean Benelow, Mike
Renslow, Mike Eatherton, Travis Gutke, Doug
The Wildcat wrestling team, for the second year in a row,
-.produced aperfect 90. league record. After two years,
they finally captured the elusive district championship,
.5 with 6 district champions E1 4 district runner ups They
5 alhiew district recordqwith' Vfpoints to capture the
The district champions were: Andy Free 119 lbs., Bren-
ihan Stihwenk 1I2,rlbs.,Hf'l7'ravrisiiGutl-ze l32llbs. Kevin Mon-
. toya 155 lbs., Mitch Blain 185 lbs., and Hwt. Luke Davis.
5 E .Lffhe,gdistricrtigrunnaryupsiEWere:lyggGary,gglfiindman 98,ibs., Cam
A i?Candeiaria"iO5 Ibsg, Chris Seiiroeder 112' lbs., and Dough
, ,Afterlplacing 3rd,in the Brighton'A-West invitational tour-
vinamefits, and capturing lst in the Heritage, Ranum, Gate-
wayfand Chatfieid tournaments, they had high hopes
state tournament with l0Zqualifiers. , T
,Qin the.-State. tournament, Chris Schroeder.dethroneciftwo
il' undefeated wrestlers oneistate champion
rqgte to his state charmpionship,Chrisis theifirst state
in ten years. Jiiihior iMiitchiBlain tooklfird at 185 A
junior Luke Davis took 5th at i-iwt. The other 6
earnedltrnpotwnt ints toilplaiee the Wild-
cats,.at,yan admirable Sth place in yystatea y
Coaches Left to Right Coach Binford Coach Martin Coach Larson, Coach V Q K
"This season was a great one, there were a lot of lasting memories! l'm excited to come back to see next year's team
because they are strong and their potential is unlimited. Thanks for all the support, good luck next year!!" - Chris
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Buchanan, Steve Tow, Kevin Montoya, Mitch Schroeder, Andy Free, Andy Ligrani, Brennan
Blain, Artie Hagelgans, Luke Davis, Tony Schwenk, Bobby Fatsinger, Greg Chance, Kerl
Preola, Tony Ficco, Hon Leu, Dave Brown, ry Giambrocco, Steve Thorson, Eric Mattson,
Sheldon Macabe, Scott Nakamura, lst Row: Chris Dick
Coach Linnabury, Kurt Hinline, Rod Jones,
Jason Gregerson, Gary Hindman, Cam Cande-
laria, Greg Pierce, Tod Erfurdt, Chris
l Varsity 3rd Row Left to Right: Coach Martin, Artie Hagelgans,
Mitch Blain, Kevin Hathaway, Steve Tow, Ray Jones, Ken
Capra, Coach Binford. 2nd Row: Coach Linnabary, Andy Li-
grani, Doug Buchanan, Kevin Montoya, Mike Eatherton, Greg
Chance, Kerry Giambracco, Travis Gutke, Coach Larson. lst
Row: Bobby Fatsinger, Andy Free, Greg Pierce, Brennan
Schwenk, Chris Schroeder, Todd Erfurdt, Gary Hindman, Cam
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The 1986-87 Wildcat Basketball team was a hard work-
ing, dedicated, and enjoyable group of young men. They
represented Arvada West and themselves with pride and
class and always did their best to be successfui. Their
togetherness, team spirit and support of each other cre-
ated and outstanding "team"!! The team members have
shared a lot and provided us with many fond memories!!
Back Row Left to Right: Andrew Ackerman, Dal
ton Adams, Pete Howard, Matt Johnson, Matt
Erramouspe, Tom Robinson, Eric Burton, Kem
Bashford, Front Row: Barry Hay, Sam Van Kirk
Left to Right: Matt Porter, Chris Lindstron, Chris Par-
tridge, Doug Meyer, Dave Mascio, Rob Brozovich, Rob ,
Prose, Dan Lawyer, Dan Caup, Kevin Kirchmar, Keith
Back Row Left to Right: Tony Glenn, Jamie Johnson, Kevin Hult, Steve Gray, Jeff Morgan-
field, John Forbes, Jeff Edwards, Front Row: Chris Olson, Chad Cupery, Shawn Lawson, Rich
Coisman, Brad Cupery, Doug Gibson
"Peter packed the ref, Kevin's bank from the corner, Tom's free throws to the crowd ..... We had a great time!! - Pete Howard
Coaches Left to Right: Nan Carter, Jim Hynes, Tammy Brink
Captains- Left to Right: Sue Alderman, Jen Stout, Robyn Smith
The Arvada West girls' basketball team
continued its steady rise by posting the
best record achieved by a girls' basketball
team at A-West since 1980!
This year's team posted a 6-10 league re-
cord highlighted by a victory over state-
ranked Columbine in mid-season. The JV
team finished with an impressive 1414 re'
cord and a third place ieague finish. '
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Tammy Braye, Jen Sout, Tahnyia Lynn, Sue Alderman, Front row- Sammy Chergo, Je
Dunkin, Tracey Morley, Steph Schroeder, Robyn Smith
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Junior Varsity team: Back row left to right- Leslie VanStelton, Kristi Staab,
Struthers, Jody Bulmer, Michelle Martinez, Carrie Turnbow, Middle Row- Kristi
Steph Stewart, Steph Schwoff, Front row- Kim Ponis, Stacee Egbert
Sophomore team: Back row left to right- Katie Tucker, Natalie Racanski,
Shelly Higgins, Kim Call, Dawn Anderson, Front row- Kristi Serratore, Pam
Lazo, Mindi Milligan
Lady Cats Sa-Weet! Look BBB's! Looks like lotion,
tastes like salt. Lady refs live on! Love those halls!!
DlVERTlDO!!!! - Jen Stout
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Varsity, top row left to right: Jim Capra, Ryan Baker, Sam Van Kirk, Eri-
Peratt, Kevin Lynch, Andy Pivonka, Steve Ball, Jeff Legault, Jeff Wren, Lei
Capra, not pictured Mike Weaver. Bottom row left to right: Blaine Spies, Bobby
Smith, Darin Pine, Jim Wise, Jay Musil, Todd Kuhlman, Rob Brozovich, Mat
Johnson, Todd Collins, Tom Cyr.
A much-improved varsity team this year compiled a 104
season record. Under the direction of new head coaches,
Len and Jim Capra, the team went on to become the
North Division Champions.
The outstanding play on the part of seniors Ryan Baker,
Blain Spies, Tommy Cyr, Jeff Wren and Sam Van Kirk
will be missed next year.
The team's efforts went unrewarded as they were defeat-
ed by both Columbine and Lakewood in the playoffs.
With the team's returning talent, next year should be
another successful year.
Coaches: Len Capra, Jim Capra
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Varsity: Top row left to right: Coach Mark Martinez, Craig Dowell, Hayes Bottom Row left to right: Dean Benello, Dave Mascio, Rob Sorg, Josh
Johnson, Rob Brozivich, Kevin Lynch, Jim Wise, Todd Bassett, Eric Graham, Don Fergeson, Wade Webster
"Never say DlE!!!" Blaine Spies
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Dean Benello, Dave Mascio, Rob Sory, Josh Graham, Don Ferguson, Wade Webster
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ack row left to right: B. Varmo, S. Dalton, J. Hamilton, E. O'Berry, L.
.alick, D. Bolding, J. Gordon, A. Ottele, J. Dally, M. lozzo, M. Morrissey,
:h row: D. Roush, E. Gagnon, H. Oehlert, S. Kerrigan, J. Pomponio, R.
ash, C. Wuth, M. Hartman, R. Worthington, 8th row: M. Forbes, D. Kaupp,
. Matsuo, E. Steinmane, B. Young, D. Gibson, A. Geinitz, C. Stodden, J.
edmond 7th row: D. Kluge, C, Rogowski, T. Windand, J. Forbes, Niehoff,
. Ferdig, B. Hunsaker, T. Bryan, G. Pennington, M. Bilby 6th row: K.
nes, C. Young, F. Wallace, T. Schiele, T. Drew, K. Kellan, J. Haines, K,
nes, P. Dye, A. Cook 5th row: J. Johnson, K. Bailey, D. Mattox, A.
rson, D. Ewert, M. Gerard, K. Bloomstran, E. Bendoxski, E. Pierson 4th
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row: J. Flight, M. Harris, C. Partridge, P. Terkun, T. Ayers, J. Sandoval, J. l
Popiel, E. Goslau, S. Anderson 3rd row: M. Blain, B. Anderson, D. Miller, A. ll
Dunn, K. Boettigerk, E. Scherer, L. Shore, J. Tarjayre, S. Hadwiger, 2nd
Row: C. Bloomstran, E. Burton, R. MSchow, B. Mourman, D. Bolton, S.
Fahrenbruch, M. Malone, J. Focer, C. Tjacks. lst row: C. Gonzales, D. IIIIIIII
Adams, R. Beauchamp, M. Krasouich, A. Simmons, S. Perdins, M. Piper, S. 'ml ll
Lekowicz, J. Brown. Front: Asst. J. Pease, Head Coach J. Zajac, Asst. 'Ill In
McGregor, Asst K. Hall Not pictured - Asst Gertner Also not pictured: S. IHIIII'
Wheeler, J. Eckhoff, I lm
an individual, l'm happy with my season, but l'm even happier about the teams' success, Placing second in state was a
accomplishment." -Mark Krasovich . . . "We came. We saw. We took 2nd place!" -Andy Simmons
Thejgirlis track season wasga tremendous esuccess. Many pe
Sansone records were fbrokeni and all the girlsicontribviifed to ti
success of the team. A total of 17 seniors, 14 juniors and 1
sophomores competed for the lady -s s ggildcats. The teams to
finishes were: lst place Jeffco Leaguefkelays, 14 place Panthi
Relays, 4th place District Championship, 5th place Jeffco lm
tational, 6th place Aurora Hinkley invitational. Top individuag
qualifying for state and named to the All Conference tea!
were: Jill Peterson, Tami Douglas, Angie Churches, Kate
Bossi, Christa Chatham, Sarah Hinz, Roseyn lmhoff, Marianr
Desanti, and Carrie Boettcher. Most valuable athlete
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k Row left to right: Coach Joe Simmons, Stacy Smith, Velvet Ruebner, Amy
rd, Tiffany Plummer, Kristi Serratore, Debbie Summerfeldt, Coach Guy Thur'
1, 3rd Row: Christa Chatham, Yvette Himes, Marianne Desanti, Lori Dunkhase,
y Monsma, Julie Stoddard, Candi Coen, Angie Smith, Heather Davis, 2nd Row:
Torneo, Leeann Metzinger, Shelly Ottele, Angie Churches, Betsy Llrbanowski,
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success is measured in good friends and good times then this
son has been the ultimate! fWinning League Relays didn't hurt
erj lt's been ROWDY!! Pump it up! The memories are ours!! -
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Robin Adamcyzk, Karen Bossi, Kristi Staab, Kelly Swan, Coach Frank Purdham, lst
Row: Joan Sheehan, Jill Peterson, Tami Douglas, Tammy Braye, Melissa Drier, Sarah
Hinz, Jennifer Giarratano, Jill Brink, Kim Fowler, Roseyn lmhoff, Jill Hunsaker, Chris
Turner, Not Pictured: Carrie Boettcher, Leah Chapton, Kelly Fowler, Kami Kramer,
Mindy Lang, Shelly Tubach, Karen Ward
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C0-Captain, City Champion, All-Conference, District Champion,
State Qualifier, Most Valuable Player.
Varsity team top row left to right: Coach Hunsaker, Todd Front Row: Manager Kathy Jultuch, Phil Wills, Troy Rob'
Harwood, Jeff Rector, Chris Kelly, Chris Lindstrom, Bill bins, Co-Captain Kevin Ponis, Co-Captain Steve Sheffield,
Hunsaker, Rob Linnenberger, Andres Aloel, Coach Ponis, Jon Giullian, Barry Hay, Manager Romona Ruhl,
Overall this year was a successful one, good luck to all the undergraduates next year!! - Barry Hay
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Newman, Kelly Larvey, Becky Row, Sherry Jones, Dawn Anderson, Second row: Laura
Hughes, Jodi Stock, Lori Manning, Jodi Johnson, Sherry Morrison, Nicole Boatright,
Leslie Zundel, Coach Holmluna, Front row: Janna Gilbert, Shelly Higgins, Lisa Patterson,
Kristy Dites, Tania Wooten, Pam Lazo, Jenny Thompson, Lisa Gilligan
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arid Ponis, won the city championship, finished Zndlin lexus:
third in the District tourrisment. L
Coach Boyd who worked with the varsity said that,-the
soiiitiknetffiiiinjury loss of theglsenior fri-captain isil
really hurt the teams chances in the District and State tourna-
ments. Piaying without Mary, the teagfigfinished 3rd,in District
and quafified eight players forfStategKirn Ponis, if!
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qfnore Erin Hayden, the best new varsity player. Senior ,Whit-
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Tambo, Dweeb, Ooof, Oosh, Raine, Sue-Bee, Wally,
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AWESOME Volleyball season! Boetch
Tammy - Hey Sis! l'll miss seeing you in the halls 8
volleyball. Keep Tim, I like him. Love, Carrie
Danny - You're not unloveable! Carrie
The Door 27 . . . B.C., vow - Do it for Dena!! We
don't care anymore! Big Mac, Frisco dealer 8
Standley! "Waah-sniff, sniff."
J.C.R.B.J.W.T.B. - Thanks for all the memories. I
love you! Jen
Waylon- I love you forever. Love, Tammy
Stac - Prom of '86, late night talks andcries, best
friends always. Thanks for always being there.
Carnie - You were one of the best friends ever! I
miss you! Wendy
Coach MAC - I don't care if it IS game day! 5
Football Player's Girl
Rockin' Ro - That attitude will get you nowhere!!
fOr so l'm told! . . . Archays Awaits! JP
Brewburettes: Thanks for being such a bunch of
ROWDY friends. OATS! l
K.P., S.S, T.H., B.H., T.R., J.G., P.W., B.H., J.R.,l
C.K., C.L., "SHAKE IT BABY!" From C.J. 8 R.R.
Fuzzbutt - WHO lost the lovin' feelin'!?! Bring it
back! Love you! - Cutems ,,
Congrats Angie C. on obtaining senior status . ..
You sure had me fooled! lYou don't have to be
sorry anymore.J - Jill
Bumbumbah - Tada - Bumbah WENDA WOMAN!
Queen - Remember - Nacho's, Waxy Donuts, and
Sadie Hawkins Night. Friends Always - Willy
Tigger, One more year, We're going all the way,
Love, Tex. A
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klways! I'll be thinking of ya lots! L.C.
.ynda - MEN: You can't live with them, and you
-an't shoot them!!! -Bethy
ladical Roz - What will we do this summer? Water
SKI! Ha! Here's to WP and older men! When we are
ll we're hittling the SLOPE! Love ya, Kamakazi
Kris - Friends since kindergarten - Remember - Tim,
Jave, Benny, Joelfree - Lisa.
E.J.S. - I love you forever - Love always, S.L.P.
Vlisch, Sandy, Vick, Jenn, Cami - You guys are the
Sanho - You're the Best Friend in the World. Shan
iiambrocco - I want my bell back!
'Iother Goose - Thanx for Iettin me "lean on you!"
.ove ya! Lawdy Mama
lrent, Tony and Blaine: Here's to Calc parties, hot
ubs, road trips to Boulder, jailbirds, Norlin until
nidnight, Coors, American Legion, Halloweeen,
Thanks for the memories and the friendships that
will never be forgotten! Love, Michelleflngaj and
Sue-Bee. P.S. "What a Strange Combination!"
Kim - By believing in me, you help me to believe in
myself. Thanks for being my friend! Love, Jen
Bye Bye brain cells, I wanna go back! Let's keep in
touch - thanks for the good times girls - I mean
boys!! l'm glad we're all the same - thanks for the
support S pressure! You're always fot a friend-
these times we'll never forget! Love ya ALL! Watch
out Mexico- Here we come!!!
Company West Women - You are the BEST!!! Love,
Kirsten - Champagne! Horns! Signs! Something this
special will last forever. Thanks for always being
there. Love, Jen
Deanna, Kendy and Roseyn - We SURVIVED the
Wrath on ONTE MOTTO!!! Amen! Love, Carrie
Mickey- Nothin's going to stop us now. I will always
love you. Mouse.
Anna Banana - Slow down, you're burnin' my butt -
Highlanders FOREVER! Love, Carrie
nunting, take home tests. elite fl'iendS. 00'MOW' Margie and Amy - Thanks for being my best friends
flow. Chop Chop, SUPCFIOF IDICIIIQCUCC, SUIUCHIC. through everything. Lets stay that way. Love, Tri-
ialf days, "provided," "halp," and A.P. tests! cia.
Tisha - Its been fun, money, money, money!!! So
what if you want to be a clown. Kathie
Jimbabe, Just you me and out island - I love you.
Sean - Still calling to your heart- Love, Amy
JSJCJWJOJJJH - I Love you guys! Thanks for all
the memories! R.B.
Sandy - We want you to know that you are the best!
Kept us laughing through high school. These three
years were great with you! Many more to come! We
love, Tonka! Lori and RTami
Tami - From second to senior, we've been through
it all! So many memories. 2X road trip to FCQon
emptyj, HTfBWPAD, and utoh just to name a few.
Partying times are the best with you, and I wish you
the best forever. I love ya! You are the best! Lori
Thanks to everyone who helped make the years
To Class of "l987" You are sun setting in AW but
you are sun rising to someplace somewhere. Moon
Tisha -you guys match perfectly. I still say we get
rid of her. me
Steve-You made it-Love Tracy
Tommy- You made it Love Toni
Angel - Thank you for helping me grow up and
letting me be a little girl- l'II always love you! -
Nate, P.J., Ro, Carrie, Kendy, Beth, Cath, Part-
Thanks for being such good friends! I love ya!!
S. Majers- I love you! Best friend! Toke down dude!
Can I borrow ten bucks! - Pav! G.A.F. Patrol
Ringo, Michelle, Julie I wanna come back!! Have
Jeff rescue me from Warren Tech! I miss you guys
lots! Remember Rocky Horror Rules! - Tigger
John Tarjanyi - Our life together is worth waiting
for .. . I love you Kris Rector
Todd Losacco, You mean more to me than life
itself. You have made my life worth living for! I love
you honey. Love, Laura
Chad Johnson IGrumpyJ Remember painting, piz-
za, pillows, DLII, late nights? Thanks for the great
memories and time we spent together. Good luck
in college. Maybe someday . . . I love you- Char
Sherri, I love you. Eric.
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