Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)

 - Class of 1987

Page 1 of 264

 

Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1987 Edition, Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 264 of the 1987 volume:

- I ,-,,-,i---I Im L Q f f' W f' 2 i f r f f' fi Af 'ff KI W' dxf .W 07.67 i - ' QM wif, Wffy , X ' , M4 jj l fi, W, N If , In f . If A, I X ff , . . W L+ Lf wy I I .J Q-' lxjfg ' ,Q ffiqy, X Rx, 't H y gf - 72, . J' , 5 f kr N Q J I Q 5 tt 5 XX J fm, ,I , 11? i V I n l A"fQ." X X-' A A ,, 1 71 -- C!-7 r' I 'L 'kj J V4 I li fxzk ill x7T"'j:' W1 H Alai XA, Sq px! . '. ff r V ' - W " . 5? Q Q55 Q 1 5.5 I 'W 9' I I f lx!!! V P, ' x,- f X fX ' S1 N f X 5 1 Y' EJ E 'I GRADE I ADDRESS 51 " E pf ' ' ' I ' V' -J' . 7' X I , 1, ' A " V , ' 'W' " ni " "1"" ' 'g ' W Y ' V ---' - - ,lil-.ELL 1 . . V" 5 N995 WV XM N? VF 'K MhU.+' N-x-M535 5 V ,z,1 W ffl M12 if !A " I2 C3111 5 V f' 'C ww Od lbw fl UMM, 1 vw WT L.!u L , 4 417 by .1 4 J 1 ,mg ifa . ' 'A ' ' 'Q pl wif "' Y rikvfxhl 'xi xw.- 115' J il' i - if V ' Cy," V V 'vm ".L- ' 'rx M H 0 Y V Y i 7 u ,QL ! Vw, ' 1 ,L ill, VIL ' QK UJCYUM vli jgQ 5' "'4. 1- A ' 5 f ' -' ' :LT , ig a f , ., ' fgffs'-fb "HRK, ' YJLJX X CA 'J T11 L-,lu Q 1 ODGWUQ Haw i UI dx' f' , A 7- Qffinz inf!! 2fc'uihf!?p3"'ffgfcvZ -fi'2x25JE"f:u S H "47'NN'2z ' if f'j' f'l'2'l cg fcnlq f'f,f5Lu'tff-- . N " l'LL.Q'L IVLC11, L 'fL:11LgVffff:ci-ff java-,ft'JQ1L4 I tudent T.nfeW ffl ..J ff? ala k JL kfu kffffff fjkf-3' 'ZfCt'f",J.ff-of' fl Wi! 'td LL f5f"Tlk2Yadfc"'1T'g""f"-291.1 1251 A aunt una -Aida-uc V 31141. 1 Y I , 651.7-zH.ci.-,Lffi V M Clubs and Activities Q 1 W 1 .......-..............J , , kfamffa, fx M nd rclassmenp H mm U J U' new , M 1 .- ID ' g Hillmf' JL iw Q A , 14'- 'lil ,r a , ' 5 fn' fp N by W :xiii Q , WI . I, Jw inf' gx?.1rjX1v . , Hi wi , f ' I '-X A1 i A yt!" 1 fly A ANL ' " " lv-use-uM J C+ W .pi ,W 4 . :CU 251' ,lr ,L Q 7 ,ff filly, 2f7, 'VJ!f M!! fh' QA X 67' s Q Q 6 , W ff f I MQ 5 Q f IQ 'W M! f 4 ' MP' b 9 7 , 11,1 ' ff ' f ' f S I OJ Q7 'FLW 5f'W 'J ' if W fill! . 15 QI! J, U My yr XV MW Cf fi iff 'RM f k xii Q3 x Q3 L! WIC jf!! fmffh JMWWQ KAI, ' f X 9 W .,1' Hi f ,flfz-Ji, ,X U A 5 i Ax . Q 4 , J-ff if V, ' j W J f I aff up fi ix if I f if if ' X Qgwyfwgsgbbi " - 0iigb335ZgDQ.?iiQ 535 555523 63, into gWpj5f1,fw 5 WWW QSfWffi?iQi3QXE9 7592 ks? XJXDXQW fe QQ QQ Wj5fgf?X3 Egfew 85333556 3263? GQ Eggs' T7 J' mgiffgx 493 5525 P09 W 55 ,Q ,ij-ggfqe Q? S35 9 Jw Qfaiffggfu W Q QQ V 2 K ggfxmaggcgg Nix igz fi wifi 95,3 pgZf, 1 Q5 if , 1 i22Ze??534g gig 935 0 "7 gli 4 New principal Dr. Jim Smith often arrives in school k before 6 am. "My intention is to get my desk cleared i and gel a head start on the day," he said. K 1 Look at this! coach all pal, and Ms. New Jerr v and a new football y Smith, associate princi- ice principal in charge of r attendance, joined Wayne Kindali Knot picturedi. Mr. Tony Valenzuela be- L came head lootball coach replacing Mr. Flick Johnson, office team along with Mr. THEME Lada 41 Tits! NEW LEADERS SERVE UP A 'LOCKING GO0 ' YEAR h ty Th I p t Donated to the school by the Class of 86 in May 1986, the bronze Skyhawk g added a new look to this year's campus pl h tt D V ll y f t o you remember? No, not 1984. It wasn't '85 either. No. The one that stood out was 1986-87. The Year that made you sit up and take notice. The year that you look. the new hanging the performing arts building. Look at L new Principal E. Jim Smith. Look at our first woman administrator, Ms. Barbara Daggett. The year that made you look at yourself, and the world, in a whole new way. Yeah. That was the year. Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear . . . to Deer Valley High School -- and your lives - 1988-87-style. Tell the stories to your friends now and to your children someday. Show 'em the pictures. They'll laugh. You'll laugh. And remember. There's a lot to think about as that amazing year comes back to life . . . Look ...at... This! N V H -W Y THEME ' LMA az Tia' OPENING DAY ENRGLLIVIENT ou had nightmares about it for weeks. Just r thinking about it made you ' claustrophobic. It was the dreaded , first day, and last year the crowded halls, classes, and parking lots were enough to make you wish you were still in the sixth grade. This year could only be worse. Right? Wrong! With the district's second high school open, DV's student population dropped Jennifer Jones, senior, offers assistance dent, Frank Raskow, senior. over 1200. l-lard to believe? Butt nevertheless, there you were , A September 2nd, able to iiri breathe., Able to see both, sides of the jhalls Able to sit at a desk, and not on the floor. Able to park at this high school, instead of Greenway. Fiight then, you knew it. It was going to be a special year. Things were changing, and definitely for the better. g 'fs The hrs! day there were fewer people, roaming reflected in senior Tarnmiy Phillips' L-ew'-Mfvvfrv-:fvfffw-Yr-fr-f1+fwr'vT'f.f'rfT'e'fvffraftfzfffvrievwrffW'ffTfN',TrT7?"M?-f-'Wee M-M 'V """"' " ,fi"'f5':" 'K f 'V',fi:7 1 ,Xf?ff?4P'B''i':'f5lifi!fxi'i'g'5'Q'fZffi'f":f2'T97I'15 ' 'l"5'ff'LTf'f'ff'fz ' ' ' L f ' ' 'ff' 'j 'QF 1 'f ' we ' " 7i,l3'?f rr,',' ",' FIRST DA Y rr r IMA A1 nm.: STUDEN orget the big stuff for a minute. Don't think about concepts, about "Why we were there", or "What my education means to me". Take off those rose-colored glasses and take a look at this . . . the day-to- day life you faced. The weekend you nearly got arrested for surfing on the roof of your friend's Buick. The job you had mopping floors at lVIcDonald's until 3 a.m. and how you felt the next mornings. The sports you played, whether you were any good or not. The locker you kept all your ... things in. That dreaded first day. And the best part - those special friends that made it all worthwhile. So look back. Look at where you were, and who you were, in 1986- 1987. It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. But it was, and forever will be, your time. ....,.........,........................- Relax' Lunch break provides a time when senior David Small can ivyf i". 3 ..gv be himself. as K. ik -1 lbul . , Taxi L ' 4. ?a ,lz:,.,'j' 1 ' , ' 'ji I ' 3 . f ,- 4 N' 442-rv ,qu ' 'ffm x .4 saff Upperclassmen get confused, too! Seniors Becky lvlcvey, Heidi Bader and Vicky Breese compare schedules as junior Sheri Scarpati looks on. Look at students Lee Litzler, junior, John Burditt, senior, War- ren Williarns, senior, and Gary Rapp, senior. These friends have gathered outside the cafeteria on an October afternoon! LMI: 41 7414! SENIGRS FRECALI. 'AGAPEQ ANTICIPATE GRADUATION ff u ft 4 , . 7 . hat does being a senior in the 1986-87 school year really mean? its been a year of video taped movies, a year of new technology in cars, television and in stereos ot all types. But as always there is a tradition. The tradition of excellence, accomplishment, and the feeling of twelve years of hard work finally paying oft. Everyone has his! her own personal feelings on what it means to be a senior. When there is a long period of time, there are always memories. Good or bad, funny or serious, you will always have memories. High school memories are the most memorable memories of all. How could we ever forget lvlr. Nichlas' "agape", the long lunch lines, and the school food? Follow the arrow straight ahead as seniors Buddy Bugh, Nick Kraintz, and Russ Gibson feast beiore upcoming game against Greenway on October 3. Helping the Senior capture the Spirit Stick at the first tall assembly on September 12, Damian lvlay claps his hands and yells. LMA Az 7.4441 1' 1, 1 Vg, ' JM. I II Q3 V ggi-Jkztr. . , X , . . , rg, ' 1 '-V-1:-'1',. A. A- 'lv L, f,i5,.i1wfv .164 A A' 'H 'fb "" '4 f 7 ,, , ,,, V-,5w,,1V, ., w..,,,,w..-I ,,,,,.L,,, 1. .W fm. ,, ,L , ,cf",' ' f , ', mmf:- ,tnflr , x qw.,-,, . MJ 'f g, iff fvV' , ri'ff2u, ,ml L www , 'guy ,,, ,,', ' , L:'U,,'f -,q ,- 5 ' V..,,f3 5:g,:r2wg f,,w -' - 5' ,1?'fr'wx',',7,f,',vl,,f-f'g,H5n''W-Vfwwiz Nfl' ' ,fzg ,M ,fur f',,'LH',!f,,!f ,'IfT"! ,' ,,cf"','1-,M Lff1",','w7f-' ,W ,,g,, 1, ,f6g,fg,.'.1,w.-fcmwL.' , , ,, , ,,,,, ,, -1' ,,-41,-,,,,,,, ,, 4, , ,,V ,.,V,,,,,,, VV ,,m,:,:g, -'fvg',-",'k ,ifj:,j-,wj'A"",,'ff f,,'1-iffy, . ff-ff '- .La , -,.,.,L,, . -ug - . ' 1 , , f,- x, , 2',,1"m' W- W, -rw, K' ,aw ,h..,,:"-- ,Mc nf' ,f f,,,' "'M,,f'f',2w"T''NNW 54' "5 'MKTU '4 'RM' 'WHY 'H' 'V 'Y fw,f'V"',l"'4W"" f,,,,,,-w, ,,,-,w ,,1,., , , mx,,,1-- ., ,'-, f , ,, r,,r,f NM, ug, , JL,-IIN, '-I ww, f'A-J"w, .,f-,.'X,"'1",1"ww.'' 'Y 'f,ff",'f M'-,"f'-r " ,y,.f,f,,,,,,ff V1 Vfy ,Aw , ,LY-.,1,,.,,, 1 ,,..Y,,,r,f., ,,,,, ,,.,,.A,... fi',f,Z"w,,":.', H ,U fp, ,:',,:' w, '1',,,15H,, ,xxx rg ,,w,'z',i,,f. ,M f,,,V, V,V,, ,N ..., f,,,, L ,, ,,,, ,, I, ,. , ,V - , 41.-,--.,f,w, ,- fn, gf, ,g,,VV, SJ . ,r L, ,ff--f,-MH ,,, , ' H MM' w fi ,,'::,,.-:i:w,"-: L ' ,' ,www 'W' 'M '- '22':L1F" Vxxfl-Vi: ri - UM -2315 "" -2' uf'-,', Hf71'53,-Paw-Flli, , I 3, f,,ff',,,1,, ',7,', " V114 :V ,fH:L,:Vw, 'V ,,,5. 13 ff, 4 ,,,,,17 qi, VH -,z,,,1 ,H ' fr f, ,1, L , ,' , ,f , ' '112:,4,n,+Lfx',4 Yrs"-if ",,'f,,wf,,1', gf,-,,y, ' ' ,,H,q,7 ,,1,q,'.Q, nu ,, L., . , ,f, V' ,f, .1-.Wf-5-1fU,fLiN ,J :Jw-,',+fr4S ,,,,4,pgf1- ww, ,ffm H,g5r',f,',,. 'lg 'pf' , . , ,, - ,,,. , V V ,, ,, , V , I "' ' Lil' ""!f"'f'!"-'4""'f V- f5,H'l'f!'fw5Zzliuzki-1:5913 ,qf"f,U' F331 fl,-51Tf5M'i',, 'HE f' f,,f,,7V7 , V, ' ," ' ' , ' 'J V- PH,'JMe,,,g,,,V:-,1f12, 'E5lf,.,',,a'. f,fg,I1',aY2i',H?1+,', , ,,,'2,r,,,f,,,,.,:,, -I q,1:,'5, , Lyn, f- r,,,, u1,i,,y:,nfn LgfJzVa'g"': 1 f Vffv'?'V-MVS, f ' fn, W ,gg-,gVg, ,m,,y,, fm , ,,, "- f-,,',, -, Y' ' , V X f mn''vwgys-frJ-1',',,1w4'hp aw, ,za 5,, ,f 1 ,if , .ga , . plu,,,,"FW,-,4,,",, ,gjy,3,', ,1:g,f4j..g,,f55,f5,-jg, V -,V,,,,:V,F3'?-,Li , f,,i,V5,, , 'n2f.,,,,5 ,,,,V" .wl,,,,4,,,wQ ., , .,', fx, , I VW, V:.1.yLq4-V iv, ,,,,5y,,f'. rL,,l,,Vm5V,V1,',,lg-,'5VV'1fV- F' J ?g7vf"11 FW 5. w, H "iiN,4,fY4f,,,,'1r-,E510',my Q, 59 wujfi Jw! ,, ,, T15 V f' . ,, wg. , wfffrff 3' -w If-: -,w,,.- ,g,,,: ,,f, f,, ' ,ww , ff,, ,,,,. ,, Jw ",'f','-i-,, w,L6',:'r 'Uwii f1,',',2,fM:,:J, w1,"'r'f "2-'Isis ,wM, ii5w12'M' ,H 'wx'-'.,7-5,V, we !1L11,1,E-4,M?,iw"1,' 'L V,V,,,rk,:- ' V K 'V 'V ,, ,lf '7 1 M .,,,w, va, N1 1 f " 'uf , ww L ,fz,"5,' fd? 15, ,pw 'G in,Y:',W,:1-,,:,, .' , , , ' f, ,Z 1, Vfwwv, uf,J,r,,f'-n-,,'.z4, , , ,,, ,Qf,,', ,, , -. .f 41-5-4,5,,,11,1,353-,gVp,,f!V,,':7,f:,gf I-Vw' V,rf,A,wj,,f!gf,:f- jg,g,,7 JV ,:gV1 -51" - , - MW - 1 '13,-, -T271 -,xv f .,u , ,,jV-,J xy, ,5,, ,UV',,,V,4,j!f,3V if V ,, E'F,:,,,-,ff :W ',,,,v'f5'U'3g, ,gy V,V,.g3V,,, 1I'gg!y,1V,HVgg, 4 -- '--Lf, - 1' .,1,u' g' 'g,,, f wg-,w7f, 5 V,,V55,w,' 1.1, f g,,,,,,,5,,: fr Vykff V, V, V ,- , " YH, ,W , QYJQNV ,,, , w,:,u,,,, ,gp , !,,,,, , ,, 1 , mf ,M fu f- LV, j,'ff',- ,H ,,,,,.:, .J , ,,V,,',' ,-,,,, ,3,,,,v,,, ,,53gA,, Y 5, I, V, 'S ,,fffa"'f", +A- -rv w- fw- 'wwf f'--,nw 11-,rf .f ,,, -' 1"'1"?,1J',","gg'gj' 'f' ' f 'ff 1V,,,f 7,24 ,f,n,,fgf,3f,,,5,,ZgVVV." , ,qw ,:,'5,g'3,,., ,Ig- 'Jfihfiffn ",f1N'14 :, f ' ,F ,,,, -nl, ,WJ ,f,f,, yu: , , ff f,,,,,,,,Q ,,,V3,,,V,- ?::l',,'l'5, ,mo ,511 ,f J.'!1,,-,, ,, ,Hz ' M213 ,w,J'.1, , ,gm ,w wg' ,J ,,., ,,,,7,V ' Vf, -, I '61 w,,,, ,Ml , ff , . ,' I V' ',, ,fu ,1 f ,fff,, ,f ,,:,, , L , fp, ,,, f -an ug , VV ' ' 4,5 ,lf ,, ,HU -ww' rf, J, , q,1w,!, ',,. ,, ,","f1f' 'WH ,Fw ,sw wwf, Vw, ' ,:5:,,, , ' : ',',,,,, , ,,,, , wwf wa :, , -gf, V ,ff ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,wg,w , ,- ,, ,,,,, ,, ,, , M, 'ff' 'f ' ,fp muff, 4, :'k,, , , , ,, 1 ' N ,wi rw ,fg--V , '1:r:!,, ff GJ, ,, pw- 1,-K-,,, w,1-w,i- Y, Y' L,E,' ,ww , , ew, ,,,, ,VL ,LL V , , , r' W ,, y ,W ,, Vx , , ,,VEV,VYV, V,,,V V, ,LV '1,,a,: " ' 1,72 , VJ ,,, , P,'4':, ' ' , mr X33 l' 1, , " ',,f,g" uw, W' 'iff V '-'1 'ffl VZ' 'W w:!",,1 "E ,, -, -531,5 ."W?7Mf K E9 'Z-TIFF if S' v ,,,4 ,,...Q-.. .4.gLx::31,-1i,L1,.... .M-..,. . ' M ,, . , wg., ', ,V-1 1-'R '- , . -, fi 5 f. 15- , - A ,yy,:, -Q11 ' ' "A " rf wr-fff"+'-fy " " t ,mga f ' ' ' . ,, , ,217 -' ' L ,,f ,IS W I , 1 vi V flip ,,.' 'W , I LAV I IV. -jfvffl' 'L 'MIM' ,, mm, 'f ,f fwmff V 5f,:j!4f ,ff Hn 40. 'fc , f F724 ' Q ' ,, Q, 1 Y ' EW' -a 'fl . - W1-.f . 1 ' -Q . LH" 'J'-'r . ,- J: n k-rx ,F --ff' ., ,:, .-, . . Q ' if W W ff" 'f ..iNm,tfms,n M41 if , . 4 ..- 1-:f'?2 K "' v.:.f-f:, :.-.x v -:..'m.e: M-"wi -:.mfad.wa.1 f-::f - f- -227' 'T' YWWk'TTif ' ,1 ' - -..:,f-kk' 2114- ' .5 .:.a.-gumsnf-f:f...i.-Q. - W. '---1--' - ' Us T1 E5?5i2,i4H 2 if E5 'PMR ,, - ---V5.2-...E-i.: -+w.---f- . X f- J L 5' mga' :' -ew-.-we'awww-.1103-.. 4-3.-H " ' ,' ' --MA - , -Q R1 : fw--':f13'i1-L1'-Zzr gwsswaf-. -- - ' - .mf , 1, in 0 A-1, L,,-,A V31 f'7' r Flflff? gf . s W- - x vi ' v 1 i' A , :iq ,' I . . M' V .fi-1,4 M- 'M' 'K X"g WMA ' ' I f , -- '. . f' 2 ,' , 2'A ' 'x " 1:33. 'aw .1 f - -fgvtfi, -T-'EVM x ' ,. , ,, x 1 X. , ,5 L., , ,X fl:-.'-5-.4-':. J:pfmz-Q55-fy.mx"ff, ,f'vp':"2-542-i'1-I 'I fx, M-N., M jd, M uv .W uf I, . Y, XX V1 -,M,,-,ZMQ.V.s1:Q,,,3,.1-W-qg,gz?g:55,Ef:3Bq , ,LW QAKWJQHQN-5.fS?g.iL,,mL,-Mm, -fl : y ' fix " H - . N., gf K X f' 5 - f' , , ' X I ' ., N 1 i V - X A-'btw a-ws. ,Hw,.--an -1 1-..'.Q-5-,Nr-. ' ,r f w 1 , f,..m.,. 53 ,,,,, 3 W , f MV.. . ,.:-git Mm, w,,,ig2F,f.f .N 51:5f?:!i1:4. 'Q Kish-'A,.x 5 f . . 1. . Wy. .,. fl 1 . , . I-7 3 , 'Q . , , 4 E YZ ,a Y 1 5 tif. ,e , .,. i w J 1, ai'-' ' , 1 '..-31111: 25,333.- :" ,754 E, , Si?-7 if h 4- E' w a 'E KV : L . H if 33- 'zmfgv 1 sniff . , W. W X LL' N. V., K f V, N7- 5 4. ,f .QM I, , swf ' , M, , , - M.. . X 3 A 'Z 425- 4. ff?-fl W- , ' Q - f- .gf ., .1 5.1 f -, 1 '- gywfyrzx- f. --- -A -Q. f ' "' '-E . ' 'f cf' ?'Tm-f v f ,, -f - fr., S I f . .J K .,. I . I, X gf. ff , is A L. , ffm fax f 'f U'-:ai .W-, - X-. 1 W., 'VOULIFHI ff H 2. .r Viv- r Mm:- .nu-'molar 14.-v gl Wrecking the rocket was on the Skyhawks masoot's mind as the student body was preparing for the Homecoming game against Moon Valley. Balloons by HERO added to the fun in the eyes of juniors Chris Weeden and Tammy Martin. ' 4 J jgzfi' ,, iii! ,viva Q35 ' ' ' if . , ay, F' - .r,,, X "4 i' si' , . K i .. -f ' af? I 4, , W I .win X s - 1 W f-"""Ak SPIRIT WEEK IMA 41 TAA! 'TWH f "1- 1 .... wlii' rn, my 4 4 TOURIST DAY TOPS VVEEKLDNG gg CELEBHATIDN n Wednesday it up in school colors. was the time to Senior Mike Hawks said, go places as "It's a great way to Tourist Day hit Deer show your school spirit, Valley. Anyone from but not enough people --1 wi Hawaiians to snowbirds participated." After second hour, there was I an assembly and the ON TVIUFSUGY IT WHS The Spirit Line cheered on thing to go Hawaiian aS the seniors as they once Hula-Lei Day came into again won the Spirit Stick. view. At lunch there was the famed hula- could be seen. hoop Cgntestl At the annual pig-. kissing contest, Mrs. On Friday it was Blue Joanne Talarico, English and Silver day as the teacher, won with students showed their honors as the pig school spirit by dressing squealed his delight. Senior Christa Tomei dresses up a tourist, one of the exciting things that students could participate in during Spirit Week. Carried away! Playing around during Tourist Day were seniors Tim Carrington and Steve Merrymen. Hanging cameras and map checking signify tourist time. Sen- iors Steve lvlerrymen, Cindy Huber, and Andrea Hobi have the act down pat for Tourist Day. t'-"-.ot flmiifi 7 H 4 197 n October 24, the "This year's day had finally homecoming was very arrived, exciting. lt was great to Homecoming. Yes, see so many people Homecoming day was getting involved in our here at last, the parade, school spirit." the royalty, the floats and of course the Even though the football football game against game wasn't what we Moon Valley. At half- had expected, the time the royalty was students still managed announced and the to keep the school student body went spirit. "The homecoming crazy with applause. was exciting with the After the royalty was parade, the band's announced the floats excellent effort and the and clubs made their competition. Even appearance. The floats though the actual game were looking great and was a disappointment the clubs were waving the school spirit was their banners wildly. extremely high. Overall it went very well." When asked what she said Mike lrwin, thought of the festivities, senior. Ginger Fuson replied The enthusiasm was overwhelming on the freshman float after the Homecoming Parade. Senior Dave Dumon is surrounded by his classmates who were all transported to Gilllgan's Island on the senior float. 74 Ziliciffiai N-,.,ff' Senior Susi Link shows off the popular grass skirt costume - much to the delight of senior Tim Carrington and junior Steve Gerlock. Q. 'Z f fi xf wx Pwr' , CIW Am. f 1 1 u 1 V Y i 1 fl. 1 g I E I 4 iz 'E L .J E F Y 'X 1- VF sg tx 'Wm qw I 1 NW' N I -.4 wt With three successful school years bee- hmd them Heather Mczlmyre and Todd Chartufer, Sensors, were Quest as Home- commg Serum altendantfa The Sophomore class seleeczted mem- berff, Sheff: Woods and Vmme Capasao, to rfdpresaern than clnse, as truss ymr'f3 :ni- tfzndarnt wnrvnera. AZ 'Mi-af The class of 'HH nrwrmouruged Amber Llplcm and John Hoge- tnzmm, usa Inesr nttmmdmwt candidate winners, Elected by the Fmimrvmn class, attcmdants Lora Horn and Anthony Hmmm accepted then possmons as atiendants at Hwrx1e13ctor11lr'ug ' ROYALTY BRINGS PFIESTIGE T l-IOIVIECOIVIING '87 ho annorrrrcorrrmrl ol tho Honrotgornrrtg royalty rf, an avant ovuryorrr? looks forward to Il rss perlrapfa one ol thft only tlrrrrqfs that cart Q01 it zgtrrttrrrrn lull ot tr-Jorrzfrgerfs to hr? qurfrt. Thi:-a yrvaffa kung and qrraorr were Ftrrsty tlrhson and Tracy Ftuhassh Roth ol the-wrn were extremely rrxczrlod to hear that they had tween cglrrnfscertr Tho rmnarnrng rrrrorrrliwrfs of tho royalty ware Vrofahrnarr attonrtarrts. l,orr l-lorn and Anthony Borardr, Sophomore atlr3nrglar'rtFs, Sheri Woods and Vinnie? Ciiflitf-55301 Jrrnror altonctarrts, John Hogoharrrn and Anrher llptong and Sfenror allewrdarrtss, Heather Mclntyre and Todd Chartrer. the king, Rusty Gibson, 5-sonror, is rr rnernoer ol the prestrgorrfs varsity foothall team, He rs also a Thessoran and performs rn school plays, Urreorr Tracy Rrroash, also a fsvnror, rss the well known mascot "The Hurd" or "Tho Skyhawk". She rss also a Thespian and likes to prverlorrn in the school plays, tracy worrkl Irko to he a prolef-rs,ronal rnafsczot after sho Qrzrclrratosr Her rrltirnato ctroanr rs to zfrornoday hocorne tho San Drago Clhrctkon All of the royalty rnornhers have Contrthrrtocl fsorrrmhrrrg to our carnptrss, That rss the mason they were r1:hos:Qr'r by their classmate lo he part ol royalty Homecoming '87 King arrft Hrrorfrr wrn nvrr. .rm tlrrfrf, rirlr-your and lrrrrily llrrlm-gh 'gvnror-. I lc-rr tori try tho orrtrrr- '-alrrrlnfrt lrrrrly, ttrvy wrfrr-1 tgrrrwrrrftl rlrrrrnrr trarlltrrnr .rt tht' llorrrrtrnrrrrrra lnnflmrl rrarnrr nn f rr tolrvr HA Hgh 1,'F', iw-62 A1 vvEEkENps GIVE STUDENTS TIME h, weekends! From Monday morning at 7:40 until Friday afternoon at 2:10, the days seemed to drag. But at 2:11 on Friday, the time zoomed by. The weekends made it possible to face five more days of school. Weeks without weekends would be like . . . warm Coke. Madonna without Sean Penn. Disneyland without Mickey Mouse. The Cosby show without Cosby. lt wouldn't be any fun. But what to do? Less than 72 hours separated you from another long FDR FUN P 1 1 . t . week. The objective: to have the most fun f physically possible in T that time. it All that desert. All that time. Sound like a party? Yeah. Every weekend. Pickup trucks hit the great expanse loaded with teens, music, and soda DOD- With all this and more fun, it's a wonder you ever got up on Monday morning . . . F Oasis Water Park was a place to "beat the heat" in the '86 summer and Arl- zona fall weekends. list A popular pastime on the week- Blake Ramsey and Chrissy Mar- end is cruising down Central Ave- ziano selected to the McDonald's nue and around Metro Centers 'aaaraa l rAll Star Band October 11 at the McDonald's on 59th and Bell are talented musicians. Q. Class unity is shown here as juniors and sen- iors pal around during lunch. Chapter 11 brought students together on the weekends. They danced, laughed, and had a great time at the teen club! -r,,-- rfhap X5:-,m.z.nl,,,kq.1-ig.- 5-:w,gwif,,Q,,:,' , 1 1, V15-,g,.,F-,,,k,-4,55 J,,,,,,,-I . ,,, .,. , -..y,,..,fm..A,3...1, iw, .,,,,. Y-,,,,,,4,,9,3W.,-..,,,, 7-4 , 2 - -afw,i21ff,' vl fwlitwv-3A'. ?,Lf1f7iIiP'w?L""f'fa - :swf . 1 P ,Q 'i--..,fivf'fx?J.,'-F? 1:1fi"e,,'-5'5i1"':aX' 'K 2 "iff---f:A:. W,1. 4 f -4, -f ,, lI"'i-,rj f f:,fgEgw1w:,3i 9 - 1 ,nfs 1- :'-sm,-ins , ,, w .. W, ,, , , iff, ff, ,1 ', ',, V, ,- , , ,:.f -. .., , . ' 'E 'gfff-,EH E-TW 29.131514 13'Q.,:'iJ ff T531-'14 E! E5-fig qw! 1 51, , pf 2 '.- "w-:':'2ffv gl 'Q-' ' L iff -5: gin W, '-Af J. LQ- -2 111'-i' '1 Ku , 'wk 1243: 1 may-1i,,w1Li,' J ,-fl, -Y--fi, . , nw 5 2 ,l ,I ,,:.fff.Z,,! 531,57 gl QQ,,,,T,:.f , ,L - 7 ,Y 5:34123 M ,2.U.tg.,2,..y ,Ax1,1F,,-, x f , I, J 5 I l , , X igff. 4.52629 , "1'r11'f,!'f 'ww f , ' f 4 'fi' H-,, 25 an we-'z -.m,w-2- Sw rv'-wx 1' , , , 1 , ,. . 1199- ,, ,, M",1,ggi, ,mf Wi: 9,4 ,N Q, , fp-,,-,,'w,1c,,,1,,' -Ly, 'L A fl, lf,-N, 4 swfwf, ,,, ,iq 31, ,, wL , X ,z35fyg,fgjky 1-We,:,'f'.,-::1',,g1,' A751 1, ' 'N 'fx 55, .ffj,,ff1,i,-,',f'kjf,,,1ff,,L4:5wJ551 ,LU 57552 MQ ' ' I ,, M, Aw, , ,f , ,,,,,N- ,, .Y - 1, -, . ,, , , ,, , , ,fm ,.f',Hm,v-W ...,., 5,e,5f,' H., , ,df-, .,,,,,,. YT' 3142514 4:39, 4' .1 ' , " ' Y' 9,1-A 1 ,,','gSf':7" , I"ij gfetiff V, 1, vi gg ' 'V' ' 1" ,...-1, f..gJ4:f'l ,,,',w1QAfW,'kg93-.',' gr, ' 'f F - 1,ff',,Ff,75 F71 ,fig 41,3 AA! , v'-' Al , 1 an W--an HM ' H JW ', ,' ' ' ,N if iv gffwfcsw 6,5 zf,1'51'A?M viii, Tzu pw ,J 'Qs' g' ,J nf-LJ,'1g'1' ,J f 2 -,,J', MELg'w,J'Ufii:',':j wif! :,UP1g1'!',Q , I' ' ' -Perf' ,-' 41--ww-,J,rMi,:':,w!1J:eJr,f91+'.4-,'ggggggf-WF,.1y'?,g,g'2"' .J J, ' 1 1,1 ' 1 ,, i,-f::,g,1- 1,5,?,E':JH:7q,wf',5.g,.,,,v,,g,fLk.,.W5,, fr.. , , ,, ,, , ,f ,-,..,,,4,f5..,. ,.,,V,.r. ,yy , 551:-K MLA, ,,,, ,I,c,,T5,. - Y , , , U,,.:,,, , HLA, ': A' W , M! A, ,Aff ,,,,,,L ,.Q,ngtm,?W,,, ,J , ,, 11,3 1,1 Vw, ,, if f' .4 Us ws,-, 1f1i.,qYg61 1 W-Pl' gf w 41 FFA, M g,,1,,g- L,,,,g-- V--LQTL7' 215544 fi,,:5,2,e, ,g '1,'C'fj4 Qmzefj ', L "P: - V 'ff"f.7i FWW' ffff'T":.,,i'f4 4f5.,ilP4ff ?fiT'v,f'H V rf-. 4 ,I ,z V, 'vis uf, f,,,gf.1g 1'mf',M Q ',fif,2s,L,fx mizi-1" ,iz 2,-f':',5fl'f,ue1gQ5f' M 55 ' fi, 'f'- ' 'Lf v-4:5 fx--,4',g,,,Q4j3?35L1?f9'f, Wi3Q,y5:i2,?figg,,2g,Ev--,,ggf9'.'J'1Y,-wrt' M, --, 5 31,5 ,. I A ,1E,3l?rV. 3 f .L ' f , ,,4,ss-2iL3iEigf4,,fL P:-iEi3gQ:,?:2 .fx 'r " A' r,fw.:,'w'1 ' V2 1, ,, ' ' 4 , -1 ,,:,,',': H- ., 'f ,,':,'-11, ' "Rf n?Q'7:-fi 4--''eQ9T,,l',f,'v3Q:,"'if ' , ' ,f X'J-'w2','i'a1'ff3,.'5, ,fx Q ,:e:1'.,':f4" 1, H: ,ft "Y-'W'w5ii-b,hfP?1NPN 1-1'5:fl',!,,?13'f , ,, n rw. g 'N , Q- 1, '-L,wg , -, V,-,,u-Aw 3- 1 + M2211sifuwQzwf' fw f wi f ,,"14',,1f::f,,-,,, Lf,m,-,',4,:' ,pay ,,17',:',:,1K,L',L,1,'fi,Q " ,'Z42f7,'bi', -.:,?,,,2f27,"j61w',Q, fiqi. ,'.'i1",-, L-,li'f"'f"'5f1'f :JJ 1,A5!1' Lff',Q1 'hvfaf 5",Vf"-', ,fe.':2'k' p,F,?'W,'ii,1h'f"7f, ,rim ,:, ,gWrf ',J1iW1ifW, , ,,,, , ,. , ,.,,, JT, ., , 5 ':",f"'w , , Va? ,!14',,,',j' 1 , n f, ',, I ,:!,x1,- , , , vuw 1 Y wx, A, ,,,,,5,, , , I, vw ,W ',-,,,"',.,' ',,,Q,,,lL5 , I V , ,531 j,,,,,-1 v ,,1,,,,:f,f, ggykjs L k,5yp,3k,, 1, ,f f' ' , ,fp-,,,,'f: W- i,,gEf,,,i., w, f,:c,s,lu5 H,,!:W'f Ji, ' aQ'gef,i,Z:3,-' , , , ',.L,L ,,, Q L, ,fig ,g,.,,, ww ff ,w "xl" ' -'f,f:1',: A ,, ' ' -'fwif5ff'rfif,'if51','EEs'f2' "rf ,f q,j HM :ful 'g.H1f'2,15 ' i','1W1",'-I ,, W' 7 ,- xv' '3y,Z YL, , W, QQ, A X gif li, "cm W", ,i','-,jfgyfi-f ,35'f',n !HH,j,,': "j,4,,'+ W 1 EU, T ,f,,3f,n',,4'f'1,g ' " ' H 'l,V, , '1, ,ww ' QA "Nxt ,1',,q:l ,,?"'?,',! ' ,, , ,L , ,f'Vf,' ,,-, f , '1l',,w,s'v:,!'1y . ' ,M ,, j,,',!gV,,JQ, ,QV yf ' y"Qy!!,jg" I Y ,lr -k,,', Y L' wx ,, !,,'!,,,g,g' ' yy, ,wx , T? 5 3, V, fght W , 4' J, ,,f if Iwi, f,g , 1 . , f ,Q , 1,,h um, ..f- ,fgyyy i LE I2-7 ,ff , ,,,f':: 0f1?1, 4 ,Z, V4 ' , , ff f, f 7,512 Y ,, jf , 22 'M ,,f 2, w ,. .W - Y "" ,f , , , N M--' , , , .f f ,, f , f -f ,,,,f.:,,-wwf" L ' Jn, f:,,, , 'Hua ff? 1 ...Q ,Q 1 -fa nl? I f 5 MNH-2 ff L., W W if Aiwa 'W M r f a Wa, J,,.,ax" V' -fa-.1 .1 A K' 3. ,--1 ,.,v. we .A .AQQ ,6 A W. If . V' , kw'?"',M .1 M8535 c 4 .1 . , ' 3 Q 105' - .- ..,.i'f' "EW T155 . n1i"?Q,,vdS"' f' Qi? W, ,J gf ,M 5 iii .ff gf ,. ,m.gg,w . 73: V 'Q' H MLW. 3535 ' 'J' 1 , , . ?i' 1, ,W I s V- V ff .3625 'f ..- , 54.1.3 ., 1 ' ,. - 'Q ' ' A fav QK5-.g ,n . '..,,-wg ' ' gg. 957 2 5 1 4 - Q Q f fuiiffz .I ,. ' 1. fy" s 1 J ri ,,..., M i.. as iw., :ff 'Y , 1 L . ,. , ,, .., i, .-. .'.' ., . ...+L , - Q-, ..- , -., --Y 'vi ff ww-,f iff: 1.1.,4,'z'2S'3 "fN'1' 4' 1' ff'--I.1f'f'5Q:fftQf?fi,- --1 Qfs V 1 ru 11: 'if ff ".::' . ' wpi- -1-' V.: 1.12,--z. 'K QL:-ri. Uv' A ,Fi f.. . ' , V 1 'e ff 'f '-'1 ff Q -' ffm A - -f H 2 -"2'1wij"5S3TYfHf",p.,?4'3f"i1?if:1ff'- ' 'f-7?S'2"":19-wie:-fS.IE5T? 4 " ily- f .' -'J -' 17n'W9'i-A -1. ' s ' '.Q-fm:fm.:mv-1.-E3g,'mpaG?1i?.PQfwi:5fP31Jw:..w.,. :L+ .f -Q11 3 A L' M, ff I, F' wi-v r.f.::..:L1:,tw,Z'f .. 5.a'.11:11x.g:f-1,mff"i'Muff'-f '- ' , 1 1375- 41' x-x-".i,1-was Ai., 54iw2'1-zv':r'QVEf?:1l' -.-..- HS Q ,X LX2-24: 5-I317' V J K W T N, ,, g','::m,i.,T:,iw.:M- ,f.7:,,,2 .471-L , 0.9 v- r3,'f1'J .f ' 51 . 1 ,J N k 1 ? , '- f tvzmvfsm ' f.. . 1, , , -T., .Iw,.,i,zV 4 f ww 'ev rr, , . lf- K 2: w. 5 .wal- f 1 x 1 X . ff , . A ' .s.... , , ., . ,Q K 55? vi' , 1 --.-.qv V -' .,g'1, , I bf- - "" . f' f 5 , Y , - V - . .51 ififg ff',1fg1 Q ' f ' ' - , 5 A , . 4:E1..l-4' ?2fi',5g:',,42lf1,g. ,, A . .. ' vwZjijijg59.'j4L?M-1- ".lL1-.Fry 1 ' L., 1213- ,frijg-,Ar?11 Lf' 1-1 , 'Q -1. ,, . . ,m.,,.--,-..,Q.. ...L ., ,, - , - f- :-'1'f'i"'14L1' TEA fTFf.e?5T" 1 :W-z:-. in-' "1 .A V .- ,Q ft 11 ,.,?',gzw!'g.,jja-writ., Mi'-J1:.?pgv 4-J.-,-af.--wg-.ivy .1 nw Q. Y 1 , -, , ,- ,.,f. - .:- J- ferr- .. . , - ' .'-if '- Pi-5 312' Lfpf'f1?fff:'4.'3 i'1'1'bj.l'3+ 1" f 'i' -- .J f " ' 3'IGfiL:iffy-iiwsm'3:1Q'i?.s,i5f5f:315?2 ''g'E'c5,zeliZi1'.alfE4af - f aff TT-59" fi1:I:rL-S9132-C224 :f1::?11. fi?-Q-ihlf-L. - f' "' i1,1fli,2.:Ef2ftf1'.E' ' 1752 "L A512 V xQ.frzwyaQ.s:ffecs:,'zrwffe. ,- ' -1: ff, fimw -lily. ff' 4-4 Hi5..,.:, ,g L. --.,.,,.-M., .'.'.QsQ- ,f-.v.x.E-.-Af4.f,s.54:.,-.- ff,-'yrs-'-iff'-?ie9" 'S 'l?-52?-fm w::..,-fd .I-',-yy.-fffn' -.f7:L.2':,w1:a-'L-fig f ' :Kf1c..:MI1' -4-f--1:-"1 -' - ' 4-f:.e,5:.:4-h5fAaz'Li1",52mg fm-122:11-'L .. 'Z -' .ffrmff-iiff:e?f if ..1ff'f"..f.2f1f-.f V . hiawgwfzr-2 fri .f ,- --M.f'.,s1: fda ' fn- ,-Y-. f ,:-.L---.rdsffw -Q1-G-sf , . A f V, .,--ff, ,s..f:- fr,-ayza Qi"iLii:..,,-lvl'-'-'Arff' f -za-w3:,2,L'mSad.1-..a, V 12 Q2-19,2 sponrs Pnovioe - cHANcE Fon iivoivwm EXPRESSION ports athletics involved will tell you it's feats of physical worth it. endurance. Whatever you want to It s worth it when you call it we have plenty hear that winning score for our students. or cross the finish-line and hear the cheering We have of course the of the crowd. ever-popular football but we also have golf And its worth it when swimming soccer y your team wins that gymnastics volleyball championship and you tennis and so forth. know in your heart that they really could not Competing is a thrill for have done it without students. There are ups YOU! and downs. The endless practices the sweat and pain involved. But almost every student i . ,Qffhh ag., 'L .-Ly.-,,ff7, , 1 ihnmamum .. 'li---,.i2 Y . ,,l, i. .,-fri,vfl.,1.:iQ:r,4.,.4p l3'.5,g.l3,1f'1,V-f,,f'gf , ' 1 2 .:.1.j,pt' . .1-1 , .tim-w, .ggffg gw::1:r.5ff ., . ' . , ,,t, ft ,ll,..ttul,,.t . , y,i4. .. qrrai, .Wg .. cil. , . - . 1 r -1 '. :wsu A il 1 'HIT' '5'1v ., . c ' f.: , V X .. -- 'V , r, A - 'ox-a5J.- e.r'f' - . ' 1 ...Aw--' F- , ex .. -- .-g.-4-1' . I-.. rf, 3 g 1 NA If -.agus F-A',b:'m1?,.b,,Lf.-gg3i.g1,J,,,,,pzk A ,f,... ff 1 .N ' "'f."' Ei' '.' , 3 ll Gymnastics is a popular class taken by many students on campus. Showing his strength and skill on the parallel bars is Howard Hodge, senior. Going for a first place in the 125cc pro class, Brian Howland, senior, flies over a jump at a race held in Las Vegas. X 1 , :4J'1"'vr 5 . l 15555.-walk-:I 4, :, , , . ,.. , . ...fy f.i.Qgg. -131. f 'frm fi' -if :wgpj 'r , , .gg .fish ,N f' K' . 1. . fl LZ:-i Rf' l r ' f ,f gif Pi'-'g'3..'Jf'.'.rQ -1zf1-2."ugf-4"- t-'njg'-15' 'LE' 'Hit' -'ff ' 'ff V- 4- 4" A5u'L,k,,1Z, 1,7 ,A-,fgj:p,7,l.--rf V fy.-' .51-5-"'f v.f'v'1fi?g'-1 , nw 11.44 - ffm- .. ,M K if-SMP"1-2L,g"2X5.3Z'Q???,2?'5'f W . , , V Teeing off at a tournament held at our home course, Hillcrest, is junior Chad Vandenburg, Once again the Skyhawk golf team had an exceptional season. ...... .... . ' . ' ' ' ' ' ' . ws ia?" l Q f . f ' ,- ' ' K ,fx5 i' . ?'1f,r,5k, , 5. ,fin pk? , , fl 1,13 , X -, .aw sf9es', wv34 N, t ' M' , . fs. , ' .M 1 fps,- A ' u - 3,'4Sf.kp f"if'gw 2. .-24 ,Q , .,,,g',3-grass ,,Wy1A f rf J'ffm,..w,a:A'Yff' gf" N ' 'f. ,4ai'21-'vw Q 'JS 1412. diff' ' - it 5,4-....' ",.ff,.Kg,Q 5257 211 2 t . . -mg. Awza-Me. , 1A 5 4 ,'mp.4-I fm- jf' if "2 f":1?t12"'-H"' gf' ,- :Swv -4153:-5 5E?55?w?3wr gf- a ,Q-ai 'gk , s f ' ' fimwquagkm 2 ,,w,,,.,, ,.,,, ,I , r, 1 5, . f'u4'i'f4,5 4 A 5-js i:a,.Mf',1p44 .nq.,.'.G!-vf we - 1- xliflws H L, 'fc-5'..'xa -.3 x . A 4 . , .3 1, 2 sponrs Q X X LwluzTl:4! yell fm ,. ,410 AJ le, lLNf,,,f,4 'f,.,,A,g i"lf'i 5 Stylish rugby shirts are often seen on cam- f"ff""""l"W"""f3' pus this year. Here, junior Manuel Castro takes FAQS time out from his lunch to smile for the camera. LMJC .fa Tm! l tones music such V1- trends and fashions. girls, Brandi DeLeon, is in style. FADS i'fz2'.J" mir" 25 Shasteen, and Jennifer , VV , ,5g,VAVV ' V1V ,,:s.g1,,' , 35,5.1q::,Vg7sV-a.,s-,,ggV.,15,11 ,ff " 1 ' -,L 11 in-M-f-f2E'f WV.,1gV ' 15-ffk gif? 2" " , .V V V- -:V 1 V ,V 2, ,V .VVV::.:k,f,VV-VV.V:V,,.5 ls: A Vu ,fm , V A, 1, 31,5-ff'?.fg,1,V-'VV-1,-'.V3VV, V - ff f 1 VV . I 1,45 p f V5 ' gfM.V'Vf 'V Z-232, M y 'um ,uf V- :H , f VV- VV V VV V -V V .V .QM V ,--, V -- V -' V V , S 2 1, V 'Vps V vlyffg' ILT.. VA- , aa-'QV' V 'f In I VH V Myf, j'1,,g, t, -44-f.-V-.V,V-VVVVVML M A ,, V, , f ,21Qeaff1' V Zgzj rjavfy fjwf . -,V V Z , V V X V V, . ,, V ,VGWV -,V, HV - V VV , V gl ..., 'ff V ' VV V V ,v,,..,.Jf W 'Vw 5,5 ,:lY'k'Q3?5 TVN' V V V Jfzlx E11 ,V UV dj V. V5 Vg RVVQKQVQ G"p7,,V5Af,2 yy, Vg: V LV V V. V1 'M 1-2'v:fgVVq.,VV V 'V V w I' VA V3 'V .,,, -559' , 3 'V Vwjjf V 3 V V Vg V Y' 5 ,L,ZL.L515 iw 1 "':j,:f3:Vi f'sSYi:1 ga fg ,rf -V V V V 1 V VN V V V ' V 7 'V gf- V31 iii ffgf P ' 'V V V ' ' ,VV V V, Q5 VV! V455 , E U 'VV VVQQQVVVV FVQQVHVB 53 V , V, , L V V VV V f V- ,V , , ,, V wV,,.w,,.Nv,v, ,W ,.,,,,,, VN, , , . ,,,. V, VV Q-Mflz V V V- V 1 f V1.-Vw 'T' V ' - ,V VV W- ,M ,V-Vg V Q ,,Vy:y,V V, I - V 4.4 V.1,...,...,. ix, 5-. 1.fg,g.M4N.. ,V ,, , f f . :V sq ,.,, ,JVVQ V651-ff 5 7 ,,V..VV:, V V ff if ,figs 24,112 Lg V me-V: ,V . , A if 1' Q 1 VS ..,. Vf 2.2 ,H-MVA ,V V 2 4 'mf M f Vp?-'--f1x'X ew' F5 x3gQg9yVVV,V' 1 'V V r Vg V, V V 1 V 5 2' W SQ Viffy ik W V V4 'V 4 VM J-w'VVifV 'Cf -2 V - 'V-.xx Vwilggiii' V , , X Vii.5Vffvif'f-,?Afp"v.:V ' 'V V VV f V, Agn' X .VM VVQ1-?nV,:J.,V5.:3-IfgV,,V,V ,,.V, V V Y 4l,,LV,r N K xg 1- f +iV'fr1'i'f1'V' V KWJ EVLQ VfafVm11V 5f2V 'Z'sf3f4?V55V1'V'VV V f ' '7'fN' YV if? fi fgif, ' " V, " Qi g V 5 VsV,Qif2ff' , L, -' ' 'V L iff? V 9' VVV,VV. ,X,. V V ,.., ,V A I V .,,, , , ' f'ffiifV?f?I ' :.s3,VVi:V xiii: Q " f- ' 'V'ff':f-g ,' V , g ' - M1 1, VgVVVVV,jVV V I Q, V ' 'il-5f'.f'i1'VfVf.V',fl'Va'f,fV524-1if? VV. :EV V f?7"V,V,VV44VVl' WVVVSMVVV V ' ., , ,1'V ,Vwaizif I mV fV,.V:, Vwifiifgi w'-VV."'V- ' V.llVV'V.:l 4 V Q- ' .,,V.'z:V, V 1 -VL 1' 1A '7' ' . ' V " V, . V--VV 1. ' 2 V W e.-.,1 " "firm 1.1 "f Vg. 'T V - VVI :32,1NV"Q 5.61" ii? N V, V ' "" gm ffm V F5-.H VV-VIMVV VVEVV--V-V', VHVVJ wi " :.3a-Vpzxfsav- , ga,f'jKQifav ' . ' -,"'g.fV' I-li VV' V1 uflwl 4533,-iifwzsfxf' .VV :4a ,3j'V5255-Va . Q , V V .VA-Vf2VVf.w,:,V3?i1i ,,.VvVw5bVV?.? .1 ' 3 QV 1 V V' "'5V,zeg5m,', ".E'VV ,. : V '41-' I .P 'VfffV'f":T if-'Vx VTJLQQQV V :KV fVVf Vg, V jf ' 35, 1 79 fEf'iL1Saii3!f2'C5' gkfwe ggQ.ViVgfV ly: V V V -V'i:V ,VV.,V VVVV , 1V:fV ",3jW:'fV" QA V VV., VVVQVEVVV N V 1 V V " 5 , V 4 , V V V+ V V V V Y V V'js,,f2fl: V V ,-2 ,, P. f ff' gy V 1 , .7 V Q. 'S 4 2 V :IV ,VV P - JW rss mama. .944 '5 7 .Q, A4 , 44. ' ,ji , ,aiuu ef ffff? 'zz , ,f ,HW 7 wr -',' f i , W 'aff ,V , I 379 N .I A-f 3034+ FQ, M, ,7 WF ily, -zxwfn., gi 3 :mg ffsfi.-M-Lf-mf, X 1 fi , -V.. A. J, H ,Q +V-:ww , 4.4, ' my ' g 'fi 1 UI 4 ., 1 wv M, ' ' V ,af . Q r - , 1, , , - . , , , , " M ',, f4' 3. I , .1 1 , , .gh , 2,,j94L?1Q,jrJ'ffizTg.2f' ?!.ljfg,f'l,K, Qgflff' ' , 1 -,,:ej,gQz2jai52,fggZ5?35,q1:25x55g5,gy4f,,-gLYj,,IV,yiyg1. f 'T T i1'zfL',j71vL3,, 'ifgff 1 ,, I ,, ,, ,. f gi'QLQg,frzV,-f ,fy f ,, , , ' f ' w", f f,, ggf?,xZ'fgf,-V925 J1j,2,,,Li, ,2g,!2Z,,141'-":5, 3,110 5- V' V - If ,V M , wx,-'ny,: fgg:',f1gf,f:,f--, ffrf 'V,' 'mv ' ,, v , 4' . , Zz gg 4.14 wmrfff. ,mg 'gg' Irv! V iff' f Zqj. 4, mmm ' VJ? Z, ' wi- A X ga Q, 2 4- I .F 4 U' 4 5 f. w " iff if 74 4 ,-f+.,.' X ' f,ffhf2155ff'w:' 4' 73 " V fb-ww-V' , P' v f. ,gif . f: - H nf A : :QL ' -ffm? , 1' 54fw?if3,-f:,.,:, -' 32, - 1 w 1 v . N, .qu 1, W f 1 75012 fN K . Q: Q -a4,44:,,.N 5, . n 1 'wx' l M ,, 1 ' 'K " ' -g j, - . - f j.-gqgfiiga, ,- - fs 1.-"'fi1,.k-1-A-421:72 R XT' . - , . 'K 2,:,.,cf--f:J.e:.,,:yf1 , ,L , ,. 1 ' - , ,. . - X,,,.w. , wg,r:g,fA ,- bw "' M "E, X, A L " Tx k,1'2 1 .if ' V igil 'Q M.. .f,,,.,-, 3. , W, K Y Yi? HLA Q 93 -Q Q K K I Junior Florian Scholz and senior Katja Diehl from Germany have fun ex- changing views on the American culture. :ri i K X Junior Toni Brancatisano from Australia shows spirit on Hawaiian Day during an American Homecoming Week. Senior Mark Tan lrom the Philippines poses in front of the world-wide logo of Coca-Cola! X fr-we 41 ifw ull Books PDSTERS olvE LGCKERSI PEnsoNAuTv esides a storage as messengers. Many t facility for books. students hangsigns f 5 the lockers at readin "Ha Q '.l3PY .g L Deer Valley are used for Birthday" on them. 5 ig a wide variety of Decorating them with ' purposes. They are birthday paper and yt often blamed by ribbons is also popular students when they on our campus, Lockers don't have their iprovide free delivery of homework. The notes,.too.f yy y following are some of 5 f 5 the most common Lockers are alsoused-. excuses: 15 My locker is to play practical jokes, 5 jammed and I can't especially on freshman. open it. 25 l grabbed Students turn locks the wrong folder out of around backwards my locker. 35 I can't which makes it close to find it in my locker. 45 l impossible to open . left it in my locker. without looking like an 4 total fool. . i 5 5 Lockers may also serve Individual taste is reflected inside each student's locker. The dull outside alters considerably as the door is opened and the inside is revealed. Melissa Westney and Sheryl Fuson were assigned a bottom locker. That's one of the "privileges" of being a freshman! 30 L OCKERS LMA ai Tha! F 'fi 1, .' imp- E Mit--I ' ,WM nil: l llllfll ' N , r l 5 at rl gf 1? 3 5 ik ll lil, r 3 Junior Lisa Starr seems to believe ln an interesting law of lockers: 4'Lockers must expand to contain all books, ma- terials and miscellaneous items." '11 LOCKERS Lanka Tm! x , , ,gt ., .wif J-M., ,yon ,Q " ,. . . ,. , , A v,Zi.,"g,,v,,.,,45,:4 H , V- ,,f,12a,g!3f by , skein 3 5" ' nipsm. Q1 my: Jim, ' We , nefffiylisiitnffi , 2 511 .,Igl!?.'XfE',-vi! ' ,L ,f2',!r,1::,g,f:gM,j,'jlgg55 M "1 ,. - ll? V 5, -'igggl' ui, f Q, " fx " 'f'fw,mw's4w4s .ig , A 5 . Y . , ZZ, 0 ' 1? ' f '-13 " 'V 1 ff?" :iii gym-4,2 ' ' A W QR .. 5 S iw 5 mxgmznwxwwzmww f-,lg-fm S! 2 ou had your complaints back then. Too many guards. Too much homework. Too little sleep. But you never complained that there were not enough classes to take. There was something for everyone. From jazz band, metals class, keyboarding, and sewing to photography, drama, band and autos to speech, R.O.T.C., painting and word processing to electronics, Spanish, German, French and astronomy to agriculture, ceramics, computers, dance and journalism. No matter what you did, there was a way to do it. So maybe you learned a foreign language, in order to broaden your horizons, or joined R.O.T.C., so that you could get into the armed forces. No matter what you took, each of you learned something and put it to good use. When you walk out of your office knowing you closed that new contract with that important executive from another country, or when your kids thank you for raising their allowance another hundred dollars with the money you made with that new program that you wrote, remember where you first learned those skills and proudly thank Deer Valley, your school. Flndlng It hard to Trying to Increase stay awake during her sixth hour early bird Tiffany English 7 8 class s Wick senior vocabulary is Mrs prepares for a test in Cathy Hermann government. honors teachers. A GLANCE AT MATHEMATICAL INTRICACIES COL! V898 such math, or not take PLACEMENT But why The class is taught by lvir. Bob Sisson and according to him, it is a intellectually challenging class. s more difficult than other math and it requires more time Mr. Sisson stated. has been teaching this Mr. Anderson instructs an inquisitive student, Matt Mallon, freshman, while taking a test. Steve Bennett, senior, decides to catch a few winks after filling his mind with calculus facts. plus has So it you are ready tor a challenge then go out and sign up for the class. CMC-Catch the wave, Advanced Placement Calculus. 34 till 4171141 My ,A , MM" ff- Mr. Robert Sisson teaches his AP -Jason Mitchener, junior, shares time Calculus class some of the finer points on a computer with two other of mathematical reasoning. students. ff wi Gary Cores, senior, ponders over a complex problem that the computer has posed. MA TH ina 41 mi 35 gY W ffl! iiii1 - T 2 1, , H -4 5 r Ai ,,,Q"f'-v ,A ? ,wi . ""s..,.,. Mr. Barnes' astronomy class listens Bev Muse, junior, rinses out a test attentively to timely information. tube after taking part in a chemistry experiment. Look 41 7424! 1 an 1 n - u 3 - H Kristi Frueh, sophomore, appears to be overwhelmed by biological mysteries. Theresa Gilboy and Terry Nioklas, botn juniors, are lab partners in an experiment. f ww-ffwf'-VZ r I ,.-,- , .,:,,,, N Mrs. Jagernauth, biology teacher, M00 and JGCK, SHUS Manny, elle 3 explains facts of anatomy. creation of Mrs. Showers creative anatomy class. LOOKING AT THE WORLD OF SCIENCE hat is science? According to the dictionary, science is "a classification of knowledge concerning some subject." In simpler terms, science is a i conglomeration of subjects like chemistry, biology, astronomy, and anatomy, torname a few. Deer Valley offers a wide variety of science classes, including the ones mentioned above. Last year, Deer Valley held its first science fair, with about 450 to articipants. Prizes were awarded three categories: lite science, Q i V science, and medical. arts. r All entries were awarded a certificate of participation. The Deer Valley Science Fair was one of the biggest in the state aridf we will exceed the efforts of last V X year when we host the 1987 i science fair this spring. Students are encouraged to enter the science fair held at ASU", commented science teacher, Mrs. Jan Showers. ri'-,oi Jiili 3 7 ZCOMING IN ON THE SPECIAL SERVICES PROGRAM he purpose ot the special services classes is to assist students develop skills they need to be successful in classes, T That is Mrs. Murnane's estimation of the special services program. Some classes in this area include math, science, reading, English, and social studies, along with vocatlonally geared classes and tutorial programs which help students survive in regular classes. MVS- Mumane also Commented, Mr Clyde Tublck instructs his class Mr Larry Tuscano pauses in his X X 4 , , ' 1 5, "The instruction is g broken down into smaller portions to make it e easier to understand."gsThe special services aiso provides support and smaller classes which help with individualization. s"The students are able to take on information needed to boost their skills." Mrs. Murnane said, "The teachers don't go on until each student understands the present lesson. These ctasses are very beneficial to the students and the school." e SPECIAL SERVICES 38 LMI: A TZ14! Michelle Bowles, senior, takes notes in her L.S. Biology Kelli Winters, sophomore, appears to appreciate what she class. is learning in her math class. ' f SPECIAL SERVICES "'-'wi A my 39 Danny Kamrar, junior, works and Mr. Allen, social studies teacher, studies in American History. lectures to his history class about the Civil War. Jennifer Hooks, junior, ponders over the complex facts that Mr. Allen has presented. 4 0 Zwilf Oliver Gertz and Eric Strait, both seniors, take notes for an extremely important test. Mike Schwoerer, junior, is engrossed in reading about America's colorful history. fl! KX, SOCIAL STUDIES CONTINUES ESSENTIAL ROLE his year's social studies department headed by Mrs. Kathy Hedges, encouraged such interesting and worthwhile classesas sociology, Street Lavt, Global Studies, American History, Government and World War Two! theSixties. r . . II "Only rti in 3 people in the world live in iifreedom. Social Studies classes give students an understanding of I what freedom is., the struggles that we, as a nation have endured to W ,. W., , . 6. - -N 5 ,sys-.Ir ss- ..,, , V4 - vw .,,, ,wi SL Lp.. u,,,y.,1s g., ts is-z,,, N issiii i l preserve our freedomS:Iyiand,I what . we just do to continue., Vile f begin a celebration this lyearjoi the Bicentennial of ourQConstlitution,. so theseit hougIhts have a particular I relevance to students today," Mrs. I Hedges commented. I I rtyi ' Social Studyies.continues.to fbef y essential to ya corn'pleteI student I '9CII,.IC'3IIO1'i. it brings the world 'OI, the past and presentinto tocus,g'iving student the knowledge needed to I helplshape the future. I I Mrs. Hedges is also involved in the Mock Trial program. Mrs. Hedges and the Mock trial Members were asked to star in a training film for the program. S OCIA L S TUDIES L01 .fz mi 4 l CONCENTRATING ON THE NEED FOR READING eading can open the door to a different world for many people. lt can entertain and enlighten the reader. Without reading it would be almost impossible to communicate and quite frustrating to live. The reading courses here focus mainly on individual reading skills. There were approximately 450-500 students in all of the classes. The goal was to complete reading 71 Sara Stroup, sophomore, takes a test Mrs. Diane Feist helps Pat Bardin, in her reading class. sophomore, to learn valuable skills in readin . ":' requirements tor graduation. "We saw a lot ot improvement," said Mr. Rick Amanati, reading teacher and department head. The other reading teachers included Mrs. Barbara Daggett, lvlrs. Betsy Morse, and lvlrs. Diane Fiest. r There is a tutoring program in which reading students are sent to elementary schools to work with the younger kids. The tutors worked on all subjects. They also worked on a one on one basis with each student. "I enjoy teaching the reading students. lt is a challenge," commented Mrs. Diane Fiest. READING 42 -'rat 41"-libs'-l f fr Aivlafu. , we hqawrfx 1 - 2 , . : QA if ' , . .Y Johnna Miller, sophomore, Kim Schalow, sophomore, is takes time to polish ner reading helped by H friend HS She V92-1dS an Skills. article to improve ner reading proficiency. wr' r Q lug.. REA DIN G 1 Look A1 7144! i 1 1 1 I1 -a l I l Ed Eisner, senior, appears to be engrossed in deep Ms. Laura Fore, teaching Mrs. Joanne Talarico in the thought as Mrs. Joanne Talarico lectures. her English 3-4 class, enjoys middle ot a vital lecture: A talking about literature. Portrait of the Artist as a - Young Man. l I I I l I l Julie Hodson, sophomore, smiles at lvls. Laura Fore's enthusiastic manner of teaching. 44 LLZZS11 mr! u Elena Gorut, sophomore, contributes Mike Tedeschi, senior, poses for a to the discussion in Ms. Heirnann's photo in Mrs. Jeanne Sabraclds class, English 3-4A class. while Dan Rhoades ignores the photographer. ,Q ,V X Ii. ENGLISH IS FOUND EVERYWHERE and yet though, tenth parents And in English classes-,jyoul l learned to use the language better than ever.'lnl'the underctass-level, courses, such as English 1-2 and 3-4, igrammlar i l skills were emphaslzedglnm ' gl l upperclass courses, the history f ot literature was discussed. t LM 4 -45 VIEWING THE CULTURE OF LANGUAGES aking a foreign language is beneficial to the student in many ways. For instance, colleges sometimes require two years ot a foreign language for entrance. "lt opens your eyes to another culture and makes you look at your own life in a different way. It is also practical in careers", explained Mrs. Salahulo, French teacher. V - -- 3 ,, V. ,,, ,Q t- ,5., ,,,5,,.-: M. -. 5-, just L? I .. W?"mW 'Foreign language classes can be fun as well as educational. ln Miss Truett's Spanish classes, the students play games, sing, and do skits. Why do people study foreign languages? Theredare various reasons. "l think you need French more than any other language", exclaimed Shine Anthony, senior. Then there are 'the practical reasons. "There are so many Hispanic people in the Phoenix area that I think it is important to learn Spanish as a second language", said Karen Bennett, sophomore. FOREIGN LANGUAGE 45 LMA A1 7114! Students in Spanish class take part Holly Dills, junior, spends a few in a gala celebration with a pinata. minutes after class to finish some work R B ' Mrs. Jones, Spanish teacher, prepares Robert Durkin, freshman, concentrates to begin her class despite the distractions. on an assignment in his German 1-2 class. f ' 'W ' i, ' 4 i I A X W V7 5' It Y A Z 1 2 ' FOREIGN LANGUAGE 4 ' , Bill Nelson, senior, struts his stuff in his Advanced Dance class. Hilary Weinberg, senior, raises her hand in response to a question. IN THE SPOTLIGHT LMA Az T641 fi Manuel Ortiz, junior, sketches a drawing as part V of his Home and Design T class, if iQ Cathy Hintze, senior, was the nominee for drama: she excelled in her Advanced Performing Theater class. 'f f, , S -proficiency girl Advanced Perfornting IN THE SPCTLIGHT ' ? 'ere at Deer Valley, there will - always be outstanding T y T students, students who are examples ofiaoademic excellence. This yearn was no exoeption, T Steve l3elnnett, senior, excelled lin ,A t Biology, and was accepted at i T Anihetet, College into Massachusetts. if Cathyi Hlntze displayed herj Theater and T Dance 1-2, indicative 4 i enjoynlent of jdanoing, f i VandMdVrama. V my V ,,,, V M. , , Ji, , . . ,, . al. . , ,AE ,. f 1, f .x -f M-1'm,: ,, 3-we .V -W,,:-mw- , 'lbw' 1 ilfiifllllyiileisong ?SQflfllQfQ Qwae yenrolled , T ylll Advanced PelrfoirrnifnggTheater feirtdf ' Ukdyanoeid y Danoeijln just iyytwozyleare, Q he lW0fk9d 1l'1iSiWHv lllf UP yfll M949 iii2dvanGed-leveli Classes: aided T y lll his sohoilarehip'fto tjPeptperdline.yy it T fJUfl'liOyf, Manuel- Oftfz lfoUnld1Deeiigln and Hoyn+feQQh'elpful5t l ell dluleffitoitnej , amount of T jobl openiijgs. T1 yyl fb T it Laura' Oemang y senior, took TH. E4 R. O and T plans to teach kindergarten. l Senior nl-liylatyi Weinberg, AP Government student, hopes A ,someday to be the U.S. Attorney T General. T y T T IN THE SPOTLIGHT 1 LMA 41 Tits! FOCUSING ON THE TALENT 0F PERFORMING ARTS he TTTT p ertorrning arts f g g T +derDf1rtmen'fgwhiQh T if under Mtg JoefWrashburn's2 T jTuriisdictioin, encompasses many different Glasses, rangiing from Ti choirfto drannato danceto art. Students Ttrorn all ibaekgmunds T on campus are given the chance T to use all areastot theperforming r arts as a means to express their individuality. T One of thisyear's main highlights 4 K .7'!, fury wasthe iChrietrnTaisQgChoi1j 7 i,et f tiiit Q iiiit R concern rearunrefmanyiTaiitteremr IGVGIST Of Omit' QrrQuns4fSGniQr i Mary SPGWW Ssirngi isonigsf in the gprofdiuetjionrrffihigutfiini 5 r s for fGhristmias'i'i, gfiCoTmEpiRetegffiA1ithirrrapQ T teddy bearg ii it Ti Q 4 iii T T ff fivou candor Tfsikeali Wiihiiivou' i s was this Tyear's tail play and, as T T alwaTys,iiD,Vi.i'iscast gave a fine T T showing, T T 7 50 In preparation for a recital, Deer Lisa Irwin, senior, receives some Valley's jazz band practices a few kindly instruction from Mr. Dickson tunes. band teacher. D A ,J ,L L,..1-f - ,, f 21113 1.1, ,:.:1.fIs2,',: 5 x ' -I,I,3j5IL?Ii2-gi ,V ,I,,,.,,Ijf2'1'f xt Z 1 7 KW W ..,f 4Wv ,,,a,,M,,1N,, I, V ,,,,,, .,.. ,,.,, A , 'QQ ,Ik .4 I., W, Lw ' ,., ' 1 ff-f I I, I I I ' ., . - pw, . , ,.3I IMI fr rl' 1 . ,W , w'v,,a,,fI I y - , ' -' -' 3 W 2 ' ' ' -IQII I ,I iw .,I.,,.fm,.v' y f, W A, f if ' ff -V' ,,. fa ew I If X 'W W 9 f I if-uv z ,' V W ff Q' I' .. I ,f ' Ai I: LII, I' - ,Q A WI. , , . ff ' W, X, fl A .x ,Q ,W I -I- V 1 , Q - , , ri. I I L, ,. , if X I .I , Y A A if fu., '4 13v1fi4:vi'IZf' ' 1? uv G 7 2" ' J if 57 , ' I- ?.I,,,. !2I,,,,jIgI! M 0 , I ,JI I, 25, 7 Mu, W A -I Ifffww, w,,',m A , ' 52.4 w I f , Q.-5:4 3? rf 572,53 X W: 1 ,I . by . Rh? , . 4 Y ,W H Q H ,- ,I 0 , . 3 . I: ,I , A I 2 , Q ,pi !,,!iI,5,7 X V K X If X 1 If Q I ,gig -may I 73: -1- - , . INN 2 ' fm, - Wx I ' ff I , 2 Ar 4 I Q ,, I f 'I Ix ff 3, .f In I, If . ' Dy 5 ' A , , , , ,, ff II Z f , Im ,. . 32 4,9 1' , 4 - , A I , , Q..-. ff . , y' I - I . I ' ?i"ZfZLiVLff1Z H ' K I Z Q f X4 - , , , - , , 1 ,.I, . 1' f- ,. :wg ' , f .wwf f W' -, I I, 'f , A ?W"QqI'f"Iff57 f?fZ7ffA?17I7WV 1557 ' "5 VW f ' wi- H 'G I f7,,g,,II,,f4fi6wfI,n1-Ia 1 f. me-ff fzkmfyy yf- , -, ' ff ,, aI.yy152-2"-:'gI-f'qL'g'fzg1,Z,5 Q ,I I I A Q-. f ,I 4- 3' , 'Q ,V , I, JA y J! ,wi ,Z "' L N . X 1 " , f 5 5: ,I Ig f V, '4 ' V ., f, X S its ,Q 'I aj lf1': o : 5 I. ...I ' -,: ,I , an 5, I- .v.f..mMKF f,f y 4 i ,I , ,I , if ,jj 15 cf' if f ,,.Vh , ,7 sf b' AV W. If ,, X, W K, fm ' ,, X 1, WI ' V, , I I 4, f , 1 If I f wr ia , 'ff X "' gi 1 X J 1 I , f Q, ' K , uf ,., , , ZW , f 4 K. 5 ff I - I I l . i "A stitch in time . . finds sophomore Cheri Curtis concentrating on her sewing project in ' clothing. Explaining to a student how to prepare for future I ' motherhood is Mrs. Beth Thul during the Child I . Development class. l 52 Making their own gingerbread house is one of the interesting creations learned in Ms. Ayers' foods classes. Learning a new sewing skill, stitching clothes, are freshmen Dawn Belliham and Michelle Frey. Frey. l i i i l l l l I l S l K G 1 Y 1 1if il 1 i i 1 1 ll l HOME ECONOMICS PROVIDES GUIDE POST TO DOMESTIC LIVING I he home economics department, headed by Ms. Katherine Chandler, provides students with opportunities to learn skills that are practical for everyday living. Students learn hovv to cook I I properly by taking anyor all of the tour levels ot cooking classes. Such skills as caring for and making O clothes ilfashion Piusig caring tor O children iChildi Developmenti, and t I life as alsingle iSingle Survivall are I taught. The department also I provides students with information gt Andy Dunn, senior, learns how to bake cookies in his foods class. Students can also learn lite survival skills such as planning menus for nutritious meals. and experience for the world of I I work through classes like Career y Goals and Home Economics S Related Occupations il-l.E.Fi.O.i. Y ln 198687, Ms. Beth Thul's,4thfgy I y 5th, and 6th-hour classes continued.: I the tradition of the Flour Sack Baby I project, r I My "Through this simulation, students learn the responsibilities and time y that is needed to care for a tiny infant." said Mrs. Thui. 5 3 BUSINESS CONCEPTS WILL BE UTILIZED FOR LIFE he business department at Deer Valley is not just "another department." The classes that fall into the business category teach important skills. Classes in this department include accounting, typing, or working in the school store. ivlr. Doug Porter, marketing and tree enterprise teacher, went on to explain, "The skills and concepts we teach are ones that will be utilized for life by virtually every I student, regardless ot his or her chosen field." Students may not think business classes are truly enjoyable, but what about the teachers? Can teaching a business class be enjoyable? According to Mr. Mark I Palornbo, it can. "Yes, it can, because business is such a dynamic - and diverse field," said Mr, Palornbo. So be assured that no matter what business course you take, it will be beneficial in later life. 54 rar i 1 1 Proofreading their typing exercises are freshmen Lanna Bishop and Kerry Ponczko. Sophomore, Michiko Daigneault, gets ready to place her disk into the computer to save her data during 1 computer class. 5 2 il lI ll I .ummm ,N 4512 X7 1955 We .1 522 "" 5 f K if i ,. .t 1 i - --- Customer Jim Payne, sophomore, purchases a Garfield postcard from Chris Barilla and Therese c Bomberg, both sophomores, at the Hawk's Haven. l Mrs. Melba Bennett prepares students for the business field by teaching typing. l Accountants must 'be accurate! This is shown by Leslie Grossman, Rocco Gianforte, and Debbie spee . Haddon. Concentrating on his timed drills in Typing 1, Noah Perry, freshman, tries to improve his typing d LMA 33551 1, X. l l 4 i i i i Senior Andy Bennington works on his 30-way radio to get in touch with galaxies far, far away. .ii Screen-printing with great care and mathematical exactness is Eric Goodwin, junior. Perry Siegel, senior, prepares to place wood in a vice during the fun and interesting Woods class. VOCA TIONAL EDUCATION ri ill i Sophomores, Martha Lind, and VICA Wocational Industrial Clubs of Alishia Desanti, further their skills in Americai involves students in the areas Graphic Arts. of their future career choices. l COURSES LAY FOUNDATION FOR VOCATIONAL TRADES s a rule, high school focuses primarily on the world ot academia. If you've taken classes like math or science, you know what that means. However, most every student wants to get a job. y Thatfs where Deer Valley's vocational department comes l into play. According to Mr. Loyd Myers, the education received is Hnot only informative but also preparation for occupations and lite in general. O g y . we-me - ,Nm We-mf..-,W fr ,,...,, -1?-,sw 'ef--W ----- gea.ta:eaaTm,,f,.avfeef -Mg W ef' em " ' 'sT.'1Tl,., "'WW""' -- - 1 L N-3331 Y T' , ' K Q I IVV, HI V , GW 'ily T -' 'Q W-.ee -V fQ'fm??M x c , --""' DeerValley's vocational division A it is also widely recognized tor the education it offers. Students from Barry Goldwater High School i l and the Peoria schcoldistrict attend classes in thelvoc-Ed r my building. t l f . The department also concerns itself with expansion. .Next year, an auto body shop and the completion ot a land lab are expected. The vocational department will become a separate learning facility in hopes of concentrating solely on vocational interests. VOC2 Li7U?AEi7 'K . OPPORTUNITIES EXCEL IN THE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AREA aving the chance to start a career while in high school is I a very valuable asset. The Medical Arts 1-2 is where it all starts. lt's this class that teaches the anatomy and physiology of the human body. The class goes into first aid and CPR, after learning the basics of the body. Ms. Sue Edwards, RN, commented, "These classes give them the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of different areas. It gives them the oDDortunitv to see what the academics are like in these different areas." After Medical Arts 1-2, it is your choice to go on to 3-4. The 3-4 classes specialize in deveioping various areas in the Medical Arts. There are 11 different curriculae that students can take. For example, you could start training for dental assistant, physical therapy aide, nurses' assistant, food service, medical back office and a lab assistant. The class is based completely on thecurriculum you choose. lf, for example, you thought the dental assistant career sounded like you, that's what your focal point will be that year. 58 L T!ilQALT ? TION f .W + ,W ,x a G .f H., Mike Kenike precisely measures t frame to his project in Vocational Carpentry. .. uswafufw' sz . . A V Mmwwx... he 'tx In graphic arts, Dave Borrow puts a plate in the press to be printed. hw. Z 1 I I 5 4 4 Niki Prather, junior, focuses in on her subject, in Mr. David Soott's vocational photography class. Junior, Matt McGraw, makes a cabinet for Woods class. Working on the printing press, Mike Axtell, avoids the splashing ink. Jack Scheible begins to build the frame work during Vocational Carpentry class, 1522? 5 9 A ,Ha W FJ S b x kk I oi, 1 N .. 'K ,J - I 4 K' K -. Q ,j X in I .1 X I X if ' X-. in Q E J "' , , 1 , x fx .. . .Q , A r mfr ms.. ..- - ..- ,V . ' , S 3 . ' kurt 4 l J 15 -. D-Flight. Front Row: J. Hilton, M. Ogram, D. Whitmarsh, D, Geisel. Second Row: T. Cryder, G. Degeronimo, R. Hollingsworth, V. Gemmiti. Third Rovv: G. Drennon, B. Tomazic, D. Setzkorn, K. Young, D. Kramer, J. Taylor, Lieutenant Watson. Back Row: Master Sergeant Valdez, D. Bulmer, M. Sheehan, J. Haynes, R. Collins, D. Anderson, B. C-Flight. Front Row: T. Bartels, S. Cryder, V. Fuson, M. Reeves. Second Rovv: E. Martin, J. Phillips, R. Boland, M. Chavez. Third Row: Master Sergeant Valdez, R. Schultz, M. Freeman, M. lrwin, G. Forquer, Lieutenant Watson. Back Row: A. Dunn, D. Janes, J. Donaldson, L. Thomas, R. Rogers. Williams. . I ' . s T 'se . , 1 f 4 at gf K V ,-.r N -4 5 x ALE, 'lf if ,MJ t E N ,f V f, f Q G 4 7, -up x 4 1 V Q V . I ,Z ... - xy. j 'M no ,WJ ,za L5 ,A fi MM.. I 5, M a 57,7 . I , J I . yr , R .. f , Y 1 , f i . Lgsagt ran nc' QQ . ,jx -.I.R.C.T.C. ', f,.:.','-. yo. , f ,- , 'V j ' -'Q E !f, -V A .I f .f M' ' , , V 1 'J J ,, ' ., W , W I , , i 'f .. .x .- , , . ki .1 ' rr t B-Flight. Front Row: L. Mlninchelli, J. Brant, B. Cookerly, C. Barilla, J. Albertson, J. White. Second Ftow: T. Wheeler, J. Brown, T. Szczepaniak, S. Palrner, S. Taylor. Third Bow: D. Futch, D. Hutton, V. Ward, S. Bergren, J. Fenn, Back Bow: Sergeant Valdez, J. Kliest, P. Milek, H. Tat, A. l-lutchinson, C. Bhodes, Colonel Watson. A-Flight. Front Row: J. Wagner, B. Vest, B. M' ler, P. Goscenski, Fl. Dunn. Second Bow: S. Fuson, T. Schultz, S. O'Connor, D. Hawk, D. Watson. Third Bow: Master Sergeant Valdez, M. Bayes, M. Crosby, B. Giftin, A. McCabe, G. Gonzalez, Lieutenant Watson. Back Bow: D. Dunn, D. Taylor, D. Janes, M. LaFlue, S. Davidson. Q :if 'Q 9 Q X f l 'I fu ' 1, 'W JV Pig, O 4 3 .. hi , f . , 'r E I M if 9 4 rf ,v V E-Flight. Front Row: C. Andre, E. Carlston, A. Williamson, L. Marquez. Second Bow: M. Cline, J. l-louser, A. Harnbree, J. Frisbie. Third Bow: C. French, A. Aranda, W. Sherwood, B. Chase, Lieutenant Colonel Watson. Fourth Bow: Sergeant Valdez, P. Poterfield, J. Murphy, B. MacDonald, J. McCall, P. Salazar, G. Finken, T. McCaughey. DEMONSTRATES LIFE IN THE MILITARY FIELD he.Deer Valley'802nd unit I , Qf.of rJ.R.O.T.Cr. is well under ff I f A way with ,ai promising class fofjt1f8fCadetS..J.Fi-O-TQ.C- is .3 sclassithsat A teaches students . abozutltaerospacie, .letaderSh.iD., and rnanagernent qualities. The class is spl,,i,t,..iinto two parts, ,?withLt. . g y Col. gWilIian1 .Watson jteaching V I Aerospace .Tuesday through Thursday and MasteriSgt. ,Bay . Valdez t.eaching'leaders.hip and managiement,qualitiesvon .L 1 A Mondaysfand Fridays. it Last year A they 8021132 ' . 1lh0noft,.UniitQ This 1179903 ifldaf Out of all the other units in Arizona, T the l802ndrwas chosetn,E1S tL.,y. t he' , beer.. I .y , F , JR. 0.T.C. , also shows ,lcaydets y. "whar1,irre islrke, in rhe,'rmi.iarary.rr' rieidg ,mrasrer sgr. valaez -saidi , 'fir irntorms cadets aboutf.frniltitary life ingeneral and teaches them to , . .become betterrinforrned' ' A . A , citizens."-A , I L Lt. Col. Watson commented that "cadets entering enlisted service inthe Air Force, Army, or Navy, get two pay grades higher than other enlisteesf' y LMA zz T142 5 PHYSICAL EDUCATION COACHES STUDENTS TO LEARN RULES OF THE GAME ome classes in high school improve your mind but P.E. l tlithysical Educationj improves both mental and physical skills. Students engage in sports such as football, baseball, basketball, i racquetball, and soccer. They also do push-ups, the 50 yard dashi pullsups, and warm up exercises to prepare them for the other sports. Mentally, students learn sportsmanship qualities and they also learn the rules of the game, 'V -ff, frezifsg, tr' sal 3?-a f gr rj, ,,3,,f15 ga- ,- ,:- -wr'--1 .-r If-:mas 1 X 'ge ""' ' "" """" 1 'r" '--f-sex. N V ff W'-f - 1 N WW' TW".Eb:5f.,f'?'f?Q"'AWWA' ','7"1wa'aw f ,X my-M :,.:a..w-,ft-I ' W, fu- " ' 5,1 M. cf ,,,,, slew W W sportsmen-like conduct, and cooperation which they will need later in life. l Aerobics for the first time saw boys take part in the class. Lifetime sports instructs students on important things they will need in the future. Health is also a class that is important to ourphysical well being. Health teaches students about the importance of nutrition and safety. There were so many classes that you wanted to take and so little time. But while you were taking these classes remember that the world belongs to the strong. PHYSICAL EDUCA TION 52 Look at Tile! Running laps has always been, and will Willie Fiebig, junior, pulls his weight, by always be one of the most dreaded lifting dumbbell during his systematics activities during P.E. class. 1 31 Fourth period boys Lifetime Sports engage in a soft Q , game of football. Jerry Davis, sophomore, pulls up 140 pounds while 2 r r I Make Bonllla, sensor, looks on. , -U , f - f V vi 5' M. . . , , . .ow , . I -015' Q , V .... rf, 1 W,-,fV,5W,W, M 3, l3,,.,,,k A We ' . , - Wg :xx x 1:15 -Xz,z'-,ff rgqf sas fwgaeg, ,-2 aj , .,,. . ,o .,..r , . ,,o,,,, ,,,,,. ,, ., A , V -. A' 1 ' Q!!-'f,a,g4,L-Tpr..wf,2'f':'?::.z3jr,11if'41 A f 1'-fi" f',' 1' ' ' f " i -,-, ' 1 n fl- f.. af , X, fff-'1'E:"Ms9,1,-2-"r evs- ' rfr af r , - - f PY-'kr' ""-E'-fi .m ylar ,V ..,r f.4rr f -1- ' rfuggv ,ffisr 41: rv, " mf .Q ' J '1' ,z-w g: W, i f -534 , z1g ,f.y-vz,- gy fygsy V. 4 ' Egg iiw gf sfg 1 ' l if "" ' , Q A V I ' 4 -wil l , , Vwi4'arfarf,,,,f-W,-" fr24f2+rf ' pf,'rawff'-ff'ff'NaaQ-,Ar2f'f,'w.A2'-"fi-Xffilivfrff ,, .AM , . 'uw Wa, J., ,f . ,X .vp Gp .,3,gg,.fx,gx-av ,V.,,.m6.M,Q.,, .. Qc. ,. . A ' r rf -- r If gg ,f"4g, fr . . f' 3-1'ffff?'HI2?'4L'?sf?4'.wif?73 ' - 54,43 'X sil k ' ig as . , , mm in bmw ,Q -9.11 g ry 3.1 Six w.. ,2 g1,r,...,,,N, ,, lf.. ,. , o r ' f ' -A iwa1421:r:ffQ1's,-iisxw.'g:,,oLQfe,'fF:f,h,?Lf?5.'g,1ffuf'w4g , wif 'X '--' .Q , -1.1.6, ,pA'1,a, , .rs-vw-iw 'L w'f.-M-wwf,-f+6"r:rf?:o ::f"'349' - qw . H Vhffgwv-,,.f zilyyg-is f 6 Q to ., A V , fg3f?3'zA5izWAfH,,Mjy6E5 .ayl.M.,55,, , ,,, fr ' rs ,wi - 5'6" -Q V A , . , - .:w,f1Y'44'z51 1 -12W54'4fi2,i.9-'rw fwiwfw-f.vrff'1r 'i'fJ'c?'i?i1' ,"' , at ew V .fr 11,3-r M, we ffwlli r rffigzrlfff-.er,2g9w2?e?ir,f-wafrrr "ow-315' wp ,s'4f'5v' r so W q in W Q f' X 1 "off C' A V fi rl' ' ' 'iWfJ""f'lf' 'f'fi4f+w"MeifWWf,Tii'f' 'MW'-Q-g'f'2r -f A '- , bw fm yggfifse U aw ra J - 5,4-5af,irwe.-!g'f + To the bewilderment of his teammates, freshman Alex Beaver drlbbles the soooer ball dovvn field during PE. Pl-lVSfCAL EDUCATION Loon az rm. 63 or M f' ww Refreshing water bubbles over a Deer VaIIey's marquee stands amidst pile of rocks as it feeds the wildlife the desert landscaping of the campus. biology pond. Look A1 7514! i 1 5 Deer Valley is privilege to provide facilities for the endangered red-tailed hawk. 51 l i Dawn begins to shed subtle lighting Here's a common sight - a hot air on the portable classrooms of Deer balloon gliding over Deer Valley's Valley. campus. DEER VALLEY EXCELS IN CAMPUS BEAUTY o doubt there are many memorable things that this year's faculty and student , body will treasure forever. One of these things should be Deer Vaiiey's beautiful campus, Deer Valiey's campus is fuil of a variety of piant life. In tact, D.V. is famous for its accurate portrayal of certain regions ot Arizona and the plant life that is found there. it No one should take this 'igiit" for slats-M49 W fr' -f - as MW , - .ffm ,- t. .. , . ' re-7 -f--- -fr .fast-ff," K - I I I i ffi? r'ii ' Z 1, VL, 'Z MA' 'QW 'fu Ni, I r L ' 'ia , , . 1f,,"m L, , 4, ,, , f V ,Q 2 X SQ granted. Deer Valley is one of the few high schools that have such an elaborate and detailed campus. For instance, where else can a person find a pond full of pup fish, alongside a rock with streaming cascades ot water flowing down the sides? Certainly not at many high schools. A yy in short, your campus makes Deer Valley unique and sets it apart from all others. This is a campus to have pride in and a campus worthy of care and consideration. CAMPUS ""'-roar ar mi 55 l 1:22-wsfzxz mwsm mwswmnw 2, znmwmzswfh --Af--W--W--my--M f W- 'W i TIVITIES i mi .4 Q f A1 53' Q s ' S .Q 5 X E g' Q' l x' f N t it at i it wt X , , ri ts S Q s X ss ook at all ot these ways to become involved! Belong. Share. Contribute, make friends. 1 Look at all the world as a stage and be on it! Join drama, thespians, stagecratt, .. participate in the Lip Sync, attend dances. Look at ways to train for your future career while having fun. Join HOE, ' Q COE, FBLA, HERO, FFA, DECA, JAG, 4 or help run the school store. Q s Q . Look at academic knowledge and see hovv smart you really are. Try out for A the Academic Decathlon and continue their top state rating. Participate in National Honor Society or Vocational Honor Society. 'fc Look at writing the Great American Novel. Get your start by writing tor the newspaper or the literary magazine. Look at this! Gpportunity and choice. F.F.A. members march at this year's homecoming event. Many clubs marched with their banners to pro- mote their various groups. Q 1 fy fy W ',t,:'s.'. V j'i3j1f"fw5iW7Tg1tfi17'1fjfTr7'777 "" -f wiv ""' '-cf'--Y -'-----'- W, We I etreat 'calls to community' his year's second annual All- and does it anyway. Star Fietreat took place in Prescott Az., October 17-19. Saturday alternoon, the students Approximately 150 students had team time. Each group had 10 participated in this retreat. minutes to make up a 45-second . commercial on any topic. i t All through the retreat, students i l went to different meetings and Sunday, the students attended two activities, sometimes all together, last workshops, received their , and sometimes in smaller groups. lunches, and came back to Deer Valtey. After dinner Friday night, they had J a "call to community" meeting. At All in all, the second annual A-Team y , t y j this meeting they met the trainers, Retreat was a big success with i t ' iiii r- , I - V ,I , ,,,, set "norms", and learned "non- ,Deer Valley students. y y, negotiablesu. , , , at rri" ,,,y y ,,.. K ggtgq . ,,,,,. Greg Foster, senior, does his versron of 1 - it y A , r WW Saturday morning the students went ESS' VXe1'?e:'f1VEZ3ei:f'nQ The Second GU- M by y V, to a "flat earth, round earth" ' f r r 'rfttr . meeting which is when a person 1 ' knows he is doing something wrong , g 1 my r r it ,r r r r , 33 A-Team counselors, Mrs. Joyce Stofters, Mr. Willi Mitchell, Mrs. Barbara Daggett and Mrs. Donna Mahar go over the schedule of events for the day. Armando Cruz, iunior, gets some very impor- tant advice trom counseler, Walli Jones. 68 i y I scoff Wilgqn, Steve Viles, senior, shows practices his routine oft his strength on the on the high bar. parallel bars. S, Gymnastics Club Front row:lCherish Ewell, Beth Collins, Maureen Bestenlehner, KathyDenham,i Amy Wellendoitr Jenny Sullivan, Cameo McDaniel, Krista Smith, Dawn Fraker. Second rom' Mrs. Met2ger, Beth Jones, Jodi Barrett, Dawn Collazo, Dione'Echols, Kim Sadler, Tammy Stanton, Stacey Fitzgerald, Aymee Corzo, Tammy Covvies. Back row' Karen Mennino Jayme Mason Lori Bell, DeDe For- ' f' ff ' ,'l' ,,'f . U, " , 553 2, ,, .3 Vylv ,,!,' V Q Wcmdx Andrea'KOdliOkl , f ' r V ' 'V V' V M rpg o,o, . , ,J , school year, the f " - X' X 4-27 wi f Qgyrhnastics club because she teaches it practice back tucks in their tlooriwork Qanfdfthrati makes it easier. , nastics is achallenge there are about 20 members in J assemblies. They also attend some of ",??Qf'h6, gymnastics, ciub. They A.S,U.'s meets. y w practice in Class every! day in the , . J t Qeastfbaicony gotthegyrnnasium. Mrs. The giris practice many advanced skills trjivietzgier says that she sponsors they to get ready for their meets. They and back handsprings on the beam. They also work on their originality. Mrs. the year, they hold fundraisers in Metzger also said that due to liability itoratse money for their meet in insurance, they are no longer able to lfhisyear, they are planning to vault. fhavea icartwheel-a-thon in February amrar Car wash in April. J The gymnastics club motto, Gymnastics as a Challenge, is posted on their bulletin board. Mrs. Metzger J l J ifiry ' i,,.. ,Mgyrhnastics club is involved in a variety commented, "l try and make it as Kam!! Nl90'I!'19v.f ,rr ,,y..,, so ci. activities.Besides their meet in May, much as a challenge for the girls as I Sophomore, perfqrms QD t e they give exhibitions during the can." balance beam. Doing this requires a great deal of concentration. GYMNASTICS CL UB lsr a rar 69 if 3. Q Q xi. ?fwPi,i ,gy WW DRAMA: Front Row: Julee Agresta, Paula Lippert, Kris Suits, Warren Davis, Toni Branoatisano, Christa Allgeier, Debby Miller, Kim Fleming, Second Row: Jodi McGoldrlok, Scott Campbell, Christina Leon, Jenny Lane, Glen Finken, Mandy Williams, Paul Zubel, Vikki Rielly, Kim Andrews, Bill Nelson, Brian Mills, Jason Cooper, Cathy l-lintze, Chris Negley, Jenny Thompson, Ms. Surloft, sponsor, Kelly McGinley, Nadine Moorman, Leann Lyon. Back Row: Kim Harmon, Penny Lippert, Kim Tonstad, Jim Payne, Danny Sherrill. Scott Andreozzi, Tracy Fiubash, Bob Brumbaugh, Shelly Stockdale, Jim McClure, Amy Wellendorf, Tia Schlinker. 'if i .I M ai rv? ' THESPIANS: From' Row: Mandy Williams, Paula Lippert, Kris Suits, Warren Davis, Kim Andrews, Christa Allgeier, Leann Lyon, Ms. Surloff. Second Flow: Tracy Rubaeh, Danny Sherrill, Paul Zubel, Bill Nelson, Brian Mille, Jason Cooper, Cathy Hinlze, Chris Negley, Jim McClure, Scott Andreozzi, D ff X in ff ' 491547, , 5 li ,lifffr L f, A f' Q-"Syd M STAGE CRAFT: From' Row: Kim Andrews, Penny Lippert, Kris Suits, Warren Davis, Paula Lippert, Scott Campbell, Debby Miller, Second Row: Christina Leon, Paul Zubel, Brian Mills, Vikki Rielly, Jason Cooper, Cathy Hintze, Kim Fleming, Nadine Moorman, Ms. Surlott. Back Row: Kim l-larmon, Jim Payne, Kim Tonstad, Julee Agreeta, Bill Nelson, Glen Finken, Bob Brumbaugh, Jim McClure, Kelly McGinley, Jenny Thompson. I+ l. l 2 ,i I i i ni 4 Everyonesits, down at the table as M dinner is served at the Vanderhott household by Daphne Tiller,fsenior,r and,LesCityy T fi Q During the rfall play junior tony Bran-N catisano, seniors Jason rCoop1er,4Aiipril Morris, and Mike Sortiinoiylookfongiin bewilderment as junior ,ShariQNorde plays a drunken actress, rg A fr rama clubs change for the better e he dramafthespian club had a major accomplishment in '86-'87g for the first time, three state thespian officers were from DV- Biil Nelson, state presidentg Brian Mills, vice-presidentg and Kim Andrews, secretary. There were also major changes. A theater pep club was formed, in or- derfto publicize drama events, en- courage more participation by the student body, and generally bring a greater awareness ottheatre arts to the ,campus and community. Also, due to the drop in enrollment, Vt 15 pit ,, , Quin D ,MIM , , . fc l 3157, ..A,. ,y i, X - ,J ,, f ,if stagecraft was no ionger offered as a class. Instead, the task oi design- ing and constructing the complex sets that are a hallmark of Deer Val- ley plays was handed to ay smali group of "independent-study" stu- dents- senior Jason Cooper, junior Scott Campbell, and junior Warren Davis. Davis designed the set for the fali play smash "You Can't Take lt With You", while Cooper was the architect for the mystery "Mouse- trap". Together, the drama clubs brought three terrific plays to students, par- ents, iaculty and staff alike. is ii ' if if , You". Seniors Mike Sortino, Bill Nelson, Christa Allgeier, and junior Scott Campbell impersonate characters in "You Can't Take it With You". April Morris, senior, acts as a crazy playwwriting mother during the fall play "You Can't Take It With 'Z a raft 77 L lubs encourage learning Mrs. Wendy Ancona, tor Southern California joined with Deer 5 students that are interested in Valley club members for a weekend in , current events, and the internationai Tucson at the University of Arizona in political events of our ever-changing r February, A dance and banquet were a, world. part of these festivities. A , M M A ' K X t The Arnaneusis, Club produced the V The PUVFDO'-39 of this Unique Ofgaiqlzffmon A traditionally superb Guest For The Best, was to help those students to obtain a the Schoors iitefary mgggzine, ,Once A better understanding of those events, again advised by Enrgligh teachgrj, ,MfS', , W .2 and to help stimulate ideas to solve Mary Luokeribill, this years Quest rr worid problems. Also, through Model A featured fine photography, artwork, W UN. simulations, students learned the graphics, Cglgr, and as 3 Wayg, fide problems of individual nations, and poetry ami DVOSG from ,both Students, suggested solutions for those as Weil, andifaculty alike, A K ' . , t A 4 mn C 5, A g om. Jr-imfes ,bp nglldsbhQgsenr0f,l r ,ls Diesentedfwitlj tlrl oynror,Ufi5I AW?td r ' from Lt' Col Wiillrtwetson , it Model United Nations. Front fFiow:Hiiary Weinberg, Beokie Stillwelif Balagat, Scott Martinez, Bill Gates, Advisor Mrs- AnGOna, r A , ., ju, ,L ii.." C Amanuensis Club. Front Row: Mike Eager, Jason Cooper, Bill Nelson. Second Row: Chris Wood, Noel Groeneveld, Beth Kawasaki, Kit Timmer, , , V, Warren Davis. Back Row: Kim Andrews, Marc Hall. A MODEL U. N. XAMA NUENSIS Look A Trial 'II The Drill Tearn marches in .formation during oneof theirfatter school j J it practices. . - . j , l T team will become among the finest eamwork colors drills he Deer Valley 802nd J.R.O.T.C. senior drill team .expects an excellent year under the leadership of commander James Donaldson and assistant commander Larry Thomas. f'This year with all the veteran drill members working together as a team l have confidence that the -Arizona hasrever seen since the . J.FftgO.T.CQ program was founded." lffsaid Donaldson. The seniorrdrill . team 'nas twelve members and three jaflternates. or . g l , w .There is raise .amnlor drill teamfl T T Degeronimo. and ,assisted by junior W Shawn w armer. t'Deer Valleys new which is ,commanded By junior Gary smashing debut this year. The new team is lull of good sportsmanship and team work." Degeronimo said ot the team. The junior drill team is made up of 24 members. The 802nd Color Guard is back as strong as ever. The Color guard has pertorrned at dining outs itormal dinnersl, football, basketball and soccer games, lt has also performed at parades and junior and High school graduations. Eash Color Guard is composed of 5 or 6 cadets. Four members carry flags, jAmerican, Arizonan, Air Force, and the 802nd Squadren flag. There are also two members that carry rifles. The Color Guard commanders are Andrew Hutchinson tor the male Color Guard and Ginger Fuson tor the female. . as ' ii t4ie..1 V. ' l "5'l5':' "4 555 7 , . HM ... . . 5 f juniorjdrillf team ,issure to make a S i 5 f f GolofmGuard.lAridy Hutchinson, Daryl Janes, Jimmy White, Stacie Cryder, David jj j.,. Kpamer,fQhrisffl3hodes. M - , T l j A j W ,N Drill Team. Front Row: J. Donaldson, A. Hutchinson, C. Rhodes, S. Palmer, J. Frisbie, M. Sheehan, D. Anderson, A. Williamson, G. Drennon, G. Degeronimo. Back Flow: J. Hilton, D. Whitmarsh, Fi. Hollingsworth, T. Szczepaniak, J. White, Fi. Chase, Fi. Williams D. Setzkorn, J. Albertson, J. Taylor, B. Tomazic, M. Cline, A. Carlston. Not pictured: Fiich Boland. J .fr and sets new records he DVHS Skyhawk Marching Band recently completed the most successful and award- laden season in the schooi's history. The honors included the bands drum majors Kim Couch, Angela Fair, and Greg Forquer and the Flag Line being selected as camp Grand A Champions at the Marching T Auxiliaries of America camp last August. ln Cctober, the band participated in the University of Arizona Band Day, where they were given a rating of Superior and were also awarded the Milton B. Nunemaker Award of Distinction for their outstanding musical performance. Then the band performed at the Arizona State University Band Day in Tempeg For their performance, they were awarded a perfect Superior rating from each ofthe tive-adjudicators in attendance. T A A A Band director Ron Dickson i commented "Most ,recently,Q -they fr Q marching Skyhavvks pairticipatediin the stare Marching band festivail?in+ Mesa, where, in addition to once: Q again receiving a Superior 5rati,ngi,Q if they were awarded special captioinqjpi awards in every area possiiblieg ' including: Outstandiingilvlrisirciaiy iiyiy of Performance, Outstanding Marching T Performance, Outstandirig Percussion g Performance, Outstanding Flag Line V X Performance and Outstanding Drum Major Performance." T i Next the band goes to concerts and performances featuring Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, and Jazz' Band, includingparticipation in A A regional and state concert and jazz festivals. T f aw- ' , , i t 5 s , ,A me Mark yPBfli!g isenior,,tries 10 balance ,a flag qurrrygii api breik from , , f , J , if ,' iff f ' ,ff X, 'z Q, 1, yr if 1 F IF? :Shalane Crockett, Kim Schalow, Barbara Gonzales, Kim Davis, Second F?oW:f y Eaigy Davis gig-innon Crockett, Stacie Winters, Donna Lee. Allyson lvlarcotte, Kami Coleman, Tana Reeves, Allison Couch. Back Row: Kassi Coleman, Pam Bowman, Trisha Sianiflii, Fi21!0Y' it Cgrgrens, Angela Fierros, Cyndi Burnett, Heather Couch. if Sophomore Stacie Winters FLAG goes over a flagline routine during an early morning prac- 74 Zooi 41 tice- - " 3,-A ....-.. .. . K . . Law.- 1 , ,M . 1. in Band. FrontRoiMC. Simeister, M. Olson, M,.-Cline,'G, Fuson, H. Herman, Ai.,Polk, T.'Balagat, ,J. Barrett, J. Rueda, S. Brandenburg, H. Weinberg, H. Sanieford, J. T ravaglio, Second Row: M. Ash, W.Albert,, D'.yCookerly, B. Hinshaw, Pi.Bugolo,' V. Pohl,heus,lH. Lewis, K. Schmersahl, S. Wiley, A. Waligore, P. Hotchkiss, C. Lester, N. LaRue, B. Jaurez, Third Row: A: Thomas, A. Androvich,WS. Eckert, 8. Gusenius, D. Ward, C. Chambers, K. Boarick, T. Phillips, Ft. lshmael, S. Androvich, B. Stillwell, K. Spriggs,K. Fleszar, W. Mrdutt,lB. Colllhef Foufifl ROW' E1.BridgeS, lvl, McClain, J. Renaud, N. Endersen, A. Pauliok, D. Cullen, J. Hinshaw, S. Garza, M. Nardo, J. Scott, E. Gorut,,C. Jackson, K. Horstman, SfO3FSf8lf1S,:T. Mallory, C. Marziano. Hfth Rowfd. Halverson, T. Scavuzzo, S. Light- Orr, C. Bird, M. Ftezzonico, C. Brokaw, E. Hasper, A. Childers, S.-Watkins, G. Drennon, G. Lancaster, C. Webber, M. Thiel, K. Paullette, C. Volk, H. Stephens, S, Punturi. Sixth Hom T. Mangan, S. Bafferty, S. VanDerToorn,rM. Berneburg, B. Jorgensen, G. Vandre, J. Kay, J. Heller, D. Blaker, D. Ford, P. Deakins, W. Woodlock, Ft. Lewis, C. Thomas. Seventh Row M. Shumwayg.D. Orlan,do,'S. Weatherford, F. Johnson, B. Ramsey, H. Green, J. Fenrl, M. Light-Orr, M. Christmas, C. Lucas, A.. Murphy, J. Stahl, P. Zubel, P.,Wallace.' Eighth'Row:.B. McKee, B. McDonald, G. Forquer, A. Fair, K. Couch, Directorg B. Dickson, M. Pettit, T. Hintze.. Nineth Row' B. Gonzales, K. Schaiow, K. Coleman, DQ Lee, S. Crockett. K. Coleman,fR. Mieszkowski, M. Dortfi, C. Burnett, Tenth Fr'ow'S. Winters, T. Reeves, A. Couch, TT. ST8nfill,fK., baviefiai..lo0ucn,lc,.tGiffin,. A, Fierroe, K.,,oevis,.s..oroqige1r. T Q , , ., Director Mr. Ron Dickson Gives or- ders to the Deer Valley marching band. Band members Paula Deaklns, Chad Webber, and Steve Light-Orr BAND march in formation Az reative "Art Club year," lot of "This year members to a members have greater artists in years to come A. I 4,0 "af 'Mug' ,Q , 5, ar Se 3 Il ' M71 o',, 0,1 , I-' l 5 1 f Art W,-, ,. f , .Q 'f 41 fs i , Q N, ,,,, ., I G , y ,, f, A J , A , Q '4 1 A . ,ff X 5 1, Z f gr, , . ff? V f rf QM .4 ., f' i 7 2 , - . W ' yy- if rv , ,f ' ff ' w , J , ff f f raw 5405 f I' L77 " 4 1, L sf' X W, 4 4 ' 4, 7 H' K ' 4 ,, , Lg - ag, 3, , r fr f'f',, g . ,',, 1 ' 4 M8 ,f ,:,. , of ,,', , :A -I W ,f My Z , , ,, V, 3 fl . , 1 , AV A VU H , ,f V ., f , 1 it Q rea . F ' ff: 1 ,iq 7,49 Mc XVI. I K 4, 5, 1, ,f tr . ,fy W, X Q 4 Q, ,. 5 Q I ' if "W ' zgffsf V ,If 'WW' -ff f , , ,, A4 Q, , e, V - 274, fn f , W, WM M f ,f y,f,,.r, ,, , f-" i? 1' 4'l?,t?. A, 4 WV-4 'K ' f , ,Q ' ? Q 021, iff QV " ,.,,,,M., ' ,,0.,,M,, W, ' Z-,-1 ' "f'f' ." N'-1 'ii' 'W ' . I . .ii ' 1. " ' f A MW ,-if 215.723, , X 4, YW I , 6 it Lex. ,. 1 I ag, ff, V ' z Wi " ' W? , ' ' fr!! ff' i , f W,"-,,, -- if ,A 4 'tg 2 '- ,ii :., 3 . f , 'frm f f fyf, ow 4 V my , ,A M fr ! , : ,. Q It , ' ' f - , 3 ff 'Z fi' I ff iz Y i ,av , f f, , , , ' A ' ' ,ff ,, "" Q ' , r 5 L fe., bg -I 2, Q, ' ,L t' Z , 452, 4 f - ,, , sf , f , . , -. vw Wf rf w W i , lv, , V. I 2 ,, riff, My , .1 I fr 1 W., r V .Wa-Ally., . ,fl , I , Performance Dance. Front Row: Nicole LaRue, Kristi Howell, Kathy Denham, Dana Babenold, Shawna Miller, Nicole Gonzales, Nicole Prather, Mary Simpson, Penney Vargas. Second Row: Stacy Farrow, Andrea Hobi, Irish McCarthy, Lisa Watkins, Alisa Shelton. Third Row: Bill Nelson, Katie Batterty, Dari Delahuerta, Beth Laplnski, Stasia Davis, Tracy I-lattield, Anna Ulibarri, Kit Timrner, Jennifer Shannon, Suzie Kline, Charlene Broeker, Back Ffow: Holly Dills, Alicia Androvich, Beth Collins, Melissa Boles, Ginger Cote, Lisa Pipkins, Shelli Longtield, Shelly Bennett, Missy Granath. The Christmas assembly one Dec, 18 was the perfect place for the Performance Dance class to show what they have learned this yearg d T 4-wsuaans-fifwmeze' f- f-fJIrxetemixzefggzgg'i,:4s,a4,:'i,,. ff f.wQcsefesa:,.xaYa X QiykdyanicefditiirisChoir. Front Row: Jill t-leemstra, Shanelle Wiley, Robin Durst. Second Row. if 3 ,tgieaiAymann, Beckie Stillvveii, Renee Serino, Mary Smith, Kim Davis. Back Row: Cathy Hintze, T f ,4Teresa Powler,i iKeilys,McGiniey,i Pianist: Karla Crockett, Jenny lngram, Julie Hartsutt, Director: i igioseiph ,yrwasniburnf 5 y y fmediigal clneirmrenr Knew: Tracy ntfbeen, Dawn Wilde, Nadine Kruse, Jodi Meeelerteit, ,Brian Miiis, Cathy l-lintze. Back Fiow:Mindy Duncan, Mark Tan, Shanelle Wiley, Kelly McGinley, yiJeninyilngram,iJason Judge, Carrie Price, Scott Campbell, Jason Cooper. ,I ,,,, , ,l-,:'rW'h4'4 3 I AQ, v v' T , , - s W, . r " iz" , -. f , . 1 1- ef I fn , lk , .1 , Q , L i y 1' ffnfff . 'i xx. xhsq ,JZ N 03" Concert Choir. Front Row: Sherry Cline, Rebekah Smith, Julee Agresta, Tracy Ftubash, Susanne Garsed, Tammi Vanlfleet, Tracy Sampiere, Cynthia Stec, Jennifer Francies, Beth Eckel. Second Row: Joe Washburn, Dawn Wilde, Nadine Kruse, Mark Tan, Susan Ojeda, Vickie Ftielly, Theresa Tillmans, Carrnelle Prater, Christie Jordon, Vickie Wesson. Third Row: Scott Campbell, Kim Andrews, Kris Suits, Colleen Chambers, Shawn Weidman, Heather Fraker, Bonnie Miller, Missy Scott, Christie Jordan, Lorie McGritf. Back Row: Brett Truett, Mike Cottam, Carrie Price, Brian Mills, Bob Herndon, Jason Cooper,.Ftory Anderson, director: Joe Washburn, Chris Farrell, Jodi McGoldrick, Paul Dreyer. eil? i A Q 2 D all we . H 1 Y M - lk 4 Q' v 2 z ' 'mi Vqfv. 'fr French Club: Front row: Angela Pingieton, Jeri Cone, Nguyelthu Vo, Carey Goebel, Angi Bennett, Vicki Fllelly. Back row: Beth Kawasaki, Shelley Reiner, Keith Ayers, Mike Irwin, Dante Lauretia, Mariiee Herrera, Julee Agresta, Mark Tan li is ska Spanish Club: Front fOlM Peter Mcl-lenry, Beokie Stillwell, Barbara Gonzales, Kari Molmod, Jennifer Schaffer, Second row: Robert Brurnbaugh, Michelle Gaby, Mrs. Jones, Tiffany Talbot, Nicole McDaniel, Christy Ylm, Beth Collins, Stacey Felice, Kristi Meyer, April Logue, Amy Ryan. Third row: Kelly Geraghty, Kristine Brown, Janet Hinshaw, Shelly Seale, Pauline Sim- mons, Lynda Benton, Sean Currie. Back row: Jennifer McCallum, Natalie Patton, Christine Redington, Sheriden Carstens, Jennifer Lane. dg3..,.k f .f x 4 f K in in .o if i , sl . .1 , t sii, J S V . . 2 'Q f f. - -I .V ' we . H" ' t . kt - Y D ' l ' ' Y WMMN' Q1 s sw . , 'Eff fs.. i iii? 1 J N . 1 if ,.,. F' , ,tr.i t at it P, German Club: Fronf row: D. Foster, A. Hutchinson, J. Judge, L. Mayfield, J. l-lurnberd, C. Orr, J. Schwoerer, K. Fleszar, Miss Kimble. Second row'S. Cryder, B. Volz, F. Schulz, D. Lee, B. Jones, T. Mertens, K. Hastings. Third row: T. Beeves, D. Setzkorn, J. Donaldson, G. Cores, B. Williams, Y. Vegas, l-l. Couch, J. Darmer. Back row: A. Couch, D. Breiinski, H. Shannon, S. Preiser, N. Endresen, K. Jarboe, D. COmSlOCk, M.-Ellis, A. Paulick. I In 'Slatahubg Fremont club Wnensdriwrielnsvhoril 'Easter t Senior, '4h0miGWrQfk4'l G r j, y z ,, f' Freshman, Kim Hastings, reviews her notes with friends in German class, Many German students partici- pated in the clubrtc raise money for special events, l l 4 clubs give students i to learn more about Cultures l lcqnsisis of flaibecutii1f2fi5nemibers.i They falc ut the French G y iiii i ir i flheiftrlifetivles- gr if iiiff i i ir and mme l r i it i l they G i l l l neopleir 33 mem bers and Cfub- OHS Oi c Llgnguaggfi this year 1 T006 drive in 'met Qgfrma .fi r Clityl by Qii ytood was donated about l 15mto ernhanace in Mexico. learn about the ,GISQ ,adwied H needy t and theyvalgof iri, and Qermanl ,fglpki r'iii 500 dollars to help tix , 0 I, ,, , yf, ff 1 ,, ,1 One ofthe many activities at Homecom- their home andlbuy clothes t and toys. They do many many other things including la trip to Guadalupe and y participating inthe Cinco de Mayor festivities. Mrs. Jones explained, "Our officers work very hard and members find a lot of satisfaction in doing charitable things for others. We have fun with every activity." ing was the parade of clubs held during FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUBS halftime. Here the Spanish Club shows off , J their banner and pinata. Az earbook adds color, pages, pizazz nder the leadership ot seniors l-iolly Dickinson, editor-in-chief, and Danny Rhoades, assistant editor, the stait ot 33 began planning the 1987 Soaring in the spring of 1988. Full-scale production be- gan in early September. Thousands ot pictures were shot, processed and printed, hundreds ot pagesot copy were written, countless hours were spent on layout and design, large amounts ot pizza were ea- ten, and 12 hour days became the norm in order to produce the book you are now reading. "The whole staff contributed in the long hours spent during and after school in the production of the 1987 Soaring. I will cherish so many memories about this year and our 'tarnily'," com- mented Holly. "We had a young statt but ev- eryone pulled through to carry on the tradition ot excellence," added Dan. Results of iast year'-s efforts paid off tor Soaring '86, At the Ari- zona lnterscholastic Press Asso- ciation QAIPAD Convention on November 4, last year's annual won the state award for the "best use of color in the opening section." The book also won a second place rating in the nation from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Junior, Tammy Stanton, looks up in exhaustion as she draws one ot her many layouts for the 87' yearbook. K if 5' WY , 1' ,W 93a 1 1 i M1 ,ep f I Vicki Vancil, Photo editor, and Pam Bow-, T ,,, . Sports co-editors Chris Cordos va and Pam Bowman look for a needed photo tor their volleybail spread. Debbie Barendt, sophomore, and Fiich Boland, senior, discuss their copywriting assignments. ft man go over photo assignments for a Deer Valley sporting event. Only having three other people on her staff didn't stopiher from turning ali requestsin on time. r , 1 A .A V , ,. , ,. f " ' I K . ,M --'. sm 4 -u.......f Assistant editor, Danny l Fthoades and editor-in-chief, Holly Dicklnsonfdlscyuss plans for a late night with other statt members. r y if if if., Vf4a, I r , if 1,-.1 ,,,. 4 are i ,,,,, . .wi rm , rm' if K 3 Af ., 4 -1- ,' ,. ,,g?'rq , is ",' .ix 5? 1 Q , 6 i 7, SOARING 87 STAFF: Front Flow: Mike Thoman, Mike Sortino, Kenn Grace, Eric Johnson, Second Ftow: Dan Fthoades, Traci Knight, Shannon Maxwell, Kelly McGinley, Lori Orehek, Nicole Milam, Chris Cordova. Pam Bowman. Third Row: Vicki Vancil, Debbie Barendt, Malea Carnicle, Drew Phillips, Rich Boland, Holly Dickinson, Stephanie Wilson, Stephanie Oates, Jennller Ftueda, Heather Bouchard. Back Rowx Tom Syme, ' Mary Helen Helms, Dennis Albani, Sharon Ritchie, Chris Haws, Chris Neal, Ashlee Churchey, Shellie Owen, Tammy Stanton. L 2 AZ T Z, I YEA HB OOK , , i J ...B It .M 2 ? at 2 2 Fili- 87 i ,.,t 46, ' light receives CSPA first place hey're amazing. They're remarkable, They're the stat? ot the award-winning school news- paper, the Skyhawk Flight. And whether it was their tra- dition oi winning tirst place rat- ing by the National Scholastic Press Association and the Co- lumbia Scholastic Press Asso- ciation or their long standing tradition ot carrying away awards at state and national conventions, the Flightwas on top ot things again. "We had an excellent staff this year," said Mike Sortino, editor-in-chief, "l feel like we made a lot ot positive Janet Regan, iunior, pauses from working on the current issue of the Skyhawk Flight. NE WSPA PEP? 8 Look 41 M141 i tried to write more interestinggt ,rf changes. The general 'look' of the paper was refined and brought into the 8O's, and we student-related stories. 1 feel that we succeeded." Mike explained that the en- tire staff was outstanding. "We tried to work as a team to put out the Flight and not have "star' players who carried the whole work load. The profes- sionalism and dedication of the staff made me proud." "Without the support and dedication oi our adviser, Ms. Diane Houpt, we would never have had the great year we did," concluded Mike. Newspaper. Front Row: Tracy McKelvey, Lesa Cleland, Tf8CiahVl9 Khight, Tia Schlinker. Second Row: Eric Paul Johnson, Paul Lange, Malea Carnicle, Michelle Feffelffil Shannon Heather, Brad Fionnow, Back Row: Chris Neal, Kari Miller, Janet Regan, Thefesa Tlllfhiihs, Shannon Maxwell, Jeff S h :lcon rmiiicuro, OIIGIIIIUII IVIE:lXWel C ml - :tooo ririiiicuio, OIIGIIIIUII IVldXW9l -.T.-... . .... ..-.., .-----1-...H.., 24' f H M . Z0 V -ff l 752: tudent government creates activities, memories hat would Deer Valley' be like without student government? It would be a barren waistland, a giant desert, dead trees, weeds, and dust blowing in the wind, nothing!Well, maybe not that bad, but without it vve'd lose a iot ot traditions, a lot of activities, and prob- ably a lot ot potential memories. i'Student government is the governing body ot Deer Valley, The administration! staff often consults us on issues and deci- sions. We try to make Deer Valley as pleasant and as memorable as possible. Ot course we are the coordinators ot many "fun" activities, but we also try to be involved with as many politically orien- tated issues on campus," said Student Body President Chris Kieselbach. There are so many activities and func- tions on campus that student government sponsors, They also coordinate the activi- ties and fundraisers of the numerous clubs on campus, Without that there would be chaos. lt's also an important link between the students and the administra- tion. Want to get into student government? lt's not easy. Kieselbach said, "We have in- SENIOR REPS: Front Row: Mrs. Cota, sponsor Second Row: Michelle Bentzieli, Beth Kawasaki Back Row: Denise Bryant, Phil Lauzon 1' ,I , 0 .Y .. Q., E, , E .,. fp it 4 f JZ' lf' V v 'Z , if .f , , K. w- ' ' ,X ,xr , , 9,15 fl N . ' ff , 'Iv 4' f ' f' 744' , ,, I y ' if f ' , 1, ,, ., , if FL dr! D.,-eff EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Front Row: Chris Kieselbach !Secono' From' Mrs. Daggitt, Shari Norde, Chris Wood, Denise Curley Third Row: Carey Goebel, Mrs. Meyer Back Row: Mike Duston , , . Sa 4,0 5? m,fr.g,: ,. 'K ,I ' ,Cya -'ff I 'H' f ,jf f f if 4 " ,qi l J ff + fair' H g . f ,I 1 if f 1 W I f ix 4 I gi. KW , W ur f 2 1 X I ' 'f , s ., ' I , I 4 alle X V it '5 ga '07 . Iv -N - N j . V . , Z,ti,Hiii ,, uv' X i ' Y " , If H 1' - fi V rw 'V . Q Q Q V l Q 1? i 'SP l A I , ,. i 1 yy! Q.: ,',, Vim.. :as-L .,'- Z f, ff-an . ' oc,-fn' T fi Executive con1mittee r Q Ilkllken Euston looks r " ,M , , X ff 1 l l E . JUNIORREPS: Front Rovw Claire Salvo, lVlrs.vOracheff, sponsor Second Flow' Marilee Herrera, Michelle LaBeree. Back Flow: Dawn Davenport. through documelntsrfrorn s pasfoloss sponsored events. f ,Q 'Civ -e. 7 H X . f SOPHOMORE REPS: Front Row: Lisa Pipkins, Karen Sohwoerer. Back eHow' Julee Agresta, Jennifer Molmod, Mrs. Wiles, sponsor. f , , A f - 1 'ri f' ., Q ' f if f I if.:-3 ttf' . 7 -T," VV 79.1 FAM fm . gf 2 1 , rf A' V ,,f M '22, ' r,VV Ar ' 5 f W ffl. . f 2 V ' ' lf ' ,ge 5. --J ma ,4 I , Vfyf V. , . :"Q 'f ' -'Mn 2 -f' ' C7illC'E'I 4, 1. I fan Z .-T"""3 fa . r .-,.,,,, .. ,. .M . f .V V rf, . , . .,, , f, , . fr , f f 1, FRESHMAN REPS: Front Flow: Tracy Kieselbaoh, Lanna Bishop. Back How: Lori Horn, Kim Goebel, Mrs. Kogan, sponsor. roups serve school ey Club is a service organization fairly new to Deer Valley. There are 54 members this year. "It has been very successful considering it is not even a year old," commented Mrs. Dannene Truett, sponsor. This year alone they participated in a canned food drive, visited two nursing homes, and helped host the international convention. The National Honor Society consists ot about 75 members. This year they had their first trivia-thon, they trick or treated for UNICEF, and donated to the Toys for Tots. Ms. Laura Fore explained that she became a sponsor because, "NHS has great kids and it is a teacher's duty to do something other than be a teacher from 7:45 to 2:15." Miss Nelson, also a sponsor of NHS, commented, "I believe it is one of the most outstanding and motivated groups on this campus." There are about 160 members in the i Vocational Honor Society. Mrs. Gerald explained, "its purpose is to recognize students with outstanding vocational skills." The Deer Valley chapter of VHS was the first one this side of the Mississippi and they celebrated their first graduating class last year. They are also planning to have a career day this year. IMPACT is a national home economics club. Some of its purposes are to strengthen the function of the family, to encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home and community, and to provide opportunities for decision making and for assuming responsibility. Some of their projects this year included making fruit baskets to take to Hawaiian Gardens, going Christmas caroling at Thunderbird Samaritan Hospital, and having a picnic at Thunderbird Park. Mrs. Thul commented, "The students who have been coming are dedicated and want to help. The students make the club." l!-Ii CD Key Club. Front Row: Shelly Reiner, Beth Kawasaki, Rich Whitver, Richard Hinshaw, Shalane Crockett, Lori Bulanowski, Jennifer McCallum, Second Row: Stacy Timko, Kisa Cole, Micheile La- beree, Mark Tan, Debbie Barendt, Cory Reiner, Kristi Howell, Alisa Burns, Christy Yim, Beth Coliins, Iins, Chris Wood, Karen Bennett, Shannon Crockett, Advisor: Dannene Truett. Third Row' Jim Wood, Scott Pebier, Damon Rossi, Eric Strait, Lawrence Focazio, Ben Giguere, Larry Aguilar. Back Rovw Steve Bennett, Ed Eisner. KEY CLUB 86 Lash A17-A4! Seniors Lisa Gaiden, Damian May, Ron Foss, and Perry Sie' gel plan activities during a NHS meeting. A + Jennifer McCallum, junior, discusses scholastic achieve- ment with NHSfr-advisory Ms, Diane Nelson. r M, M M M ff 'ka- Q 'yffvf rv!! ,,.,. ...Q., X fVocati,onai'HyOnori Socieiyg Front Row' Beth Kawaeaki, Michelle Reiner, Marilee Herrera, KimfFichrbacher, Michelle Carter. Back Fiona' Keith Ayers, Patty Reddy, Dante Lauretta. National Honor Society. Front How: Kari Molrnod, Marilee Herrera, Shariidord Second Row: Alisa Burns, Kim Fiohrbaoher, Diana Kwolkoski, Perry -Siegel. Damian May, Mike Irving. Jennifer McCallum, Janet Hinshaw, Raula Lippert, Jason Mitchener Thid How: Keith Ayers, Nikki'McDaniei, Ron Foss, Mike Eagar, Christine Fiedington, Nadine Kruse, Lesli Adams, Kristi Bowser, Chris Wood, Beth Kawasaki, Susie Cline, 'Cathy Himze, Crystai McCoy, Jill Cuoco, Fourth RomBrian On-ransom, Chad Vandenberg, Carey QOGDGI, Isaac Suarez, Ellen Butklewicz, Denise 'Bryant Top Rom Manny Ortiz, Christy Yim, Shelly Reiner, Pam Bloom, Danny Ramsey, Steve Bennett, Kristi Howell, Corey Reiner, Chris Kieselloach. Q77 7, ' if we '- M 4 Ain lifnpi-ldhfront Row Lisa Taylor, Jeri Cone, Nguyeithu Vo, Kelly Geraghty, Tracy Dentromont, April Morris Second FioiMKris Brown Angilina Paredes Diane Echols Michelle Lamberto, Barbara Nix, Laura Payne, Advisor: Mrs. Ton Row' Amy Vorbrich, Teresa Rodriguez, ,Crystal Sime-ister, Denice Hyde. elf 87 lubs Create Responsibility lubs help make the school year more interesting and can often heip the student in finding a suitable career. The HOE, COE, FBLA, and HERO clubs are all based around careers and work beyond the high school education. Members that participate in HOE, COE, and HERO leave campus and work part of the day for their credit. These clubs are very beneficial. Not only do they teach the rnuch need- ed experience for today's job force, but it also teaches them the re- sponsibility of a job. Students can also find out if the job they have wanted is all of what they expect- for these clubs are all classes as well. The FBLA gives insight to teens who want to prosper in the busia ness world of tomorrow. ln November, two officers, their ad- visor Jim Addabbo, and at few members went to the National Fall Leadership Conference in Ana- heim, Califonia. They participated in many workshops and learned many new ideas for the future years. HFBLA earned a lot of money through the fund raiser with Morley candy. lt was very successful and will help in paying for the many ac- ed. T tivities and competitions through- out the year," said Holly Dickinson, FBLA treasurer. ey having a minimum number or hours the students must work, they can still control a pass or tail grade, 9 1 W 'Kei :ef Cooperative Office Education. Front Row: Jennifer Shipman, lviarcy Vane, Nicole Eskridge, Becky Sherrnann, Julene Braketield, Pricilla Schardyn, Second Row: Nancy Gudenkaui, Lia Garcia, Shawn Nelson, Cheryl Sprenger, Danielle Ferguson, Julie Brown, Tina Thompson, Tim Eaton. Back Row: Glenn Echeverri, John Weisensee, Curt Wellendort, Scott Holly, Danny Phillips, Derek Walter, Advisor: Carol Hurley. 88 ret Cyndee Schmidt, senior, president FBLA, goes over the agenda tor one of the regular meetings. T - A 4 fs 7 f ' f 1 Q, f Health Occupation Cooperative Educa tion. Front Row' Stephanie Horton, Beth Lutes, Lesley Grossman, April Morris, Back '3 Row: Staci Diehold, Debbie Lauii, mia, Alesa Johns on,r7lEirnarn cey4Friedman, it iffi T if if tw! ,ht S51 ,, , we Fglifitlje BilisineSs!Leadefsrof America. 'From' Ffom Jennifer Hooks, Alisa Burns, Jamie Locicero, Leslie Adams, Holly 'Dickinson Keith Aye5S,, KriStaMcCoy,jJason Mitchener. Second Rom Lori Bulanowski, Adam Green, PatrioiaTLeonard,f Advisor: Jim 1AddabbogfSiacy Timko, Theresa Rodriguez, lvlarcey Jackson, Tiffany Talbot, Joe Saputo,f'EJi2abethjSlaughter,7,Chrisiine! Turley, J'ennir'er,Langford, Lynn Clark, Surnerkornitz, LisaGyory, Brad Medniok 'Heather!Fraker, Back How' Mike Brewer Caroi Ward Teresa Ake Jeanne Hutchinson Brian Moyer Tom 'Earascandoilaf'Troyl!Manoan, Denisefiropper, Thii4Thao Nguyen, Karisii-Aanfson, Tricia MoCarlana, Toby Thomas. i Home Economics Related Occupations. From' Row: Jamie Christiansen, Rebekah Smith, Tamarra Phillips, Shan- non Crockett, Lisa Bogden, Tiffany Emptage, Dana Clark, Edie McQuay. Second Row: Advisor: Joyce Stoffers, Denise Tallant, Cheryl Davis, Cindy Huber, Laurie Wakup, Tracy Lange, Allen l-lodges, Tracy Hatfield, Clint Cooke, Denise Opler. Back Row: Terri Bendon, Ernie Tasho, Tracy Arnold, Louis Urshan, Sean Mahar. Iubs serve as training lab for future careers chool-related clubs and students to the field of marketing activities are a great asset to through competition at DECA our school. They help clean conferences." up the school, build leadership and provide services, FFA has had a very busy year. With the sponsor Pamela Shaw on One such organization is the maternity leave, they needed a student-operated school store. Mr. sponsor to replace her for a while. Mark Palombo is in charge of the Mr. Mike Gillespie who taught at school store and also teaches free Duncan in Elfride, Arizona, was the enterprise. Choice, To have the honor of working in me FFA held their 1986 convention in school store you must meet the Kansas City. The convention was following requirements: first ou composed of seminars and i Y have to till out a job application, be C0ml09TiTi0VlS- recommended by a teacher, have a good attendance record and you This year JAG is doing well. They have to be a mature and have had a car wash on the eighth responsible person. of November, and they had a holiday get together on Tuesday, DECA is a business-related Club, November 25. The event consisted run by Mr. Doug Porter. The main of a pot-luck dinner at member purpose ot DECA is to "expose the M3361 Sheltorfs VIOUSG- Future Farmers of America. Front Row: Ed Hanks, Tim Tatro, Niki Byrket, Rochell Sattertield, Alan Hockey, Advisor: Mr. Gillispie. Second Row: Peter Fiepp, Jamie Winburne, Jamie Braley, Tobin Wynn, Walter Barrios, Kim Fleming, lgtlgglglgke, Jeff Schalter, Anna Stevens, Denise Cookerly, Davin Olson, Bette Ballantyne, Lenny Lutes, Kim Schalow. Ear:7rVHow.' Tommy Koeckes, Kurt Walker, Brian Cline, Darran Hilbig, Don Kent, John Bauer, Richie Sylvester, Joleen Schmidt, and Della Gibson. 90 FBLA Shannon Slocum, senior, . attends to tidying one ot the Look Az Clgtheg rar-ke, U , -. ..... r-Ire, U , ,, ..... r-Lee, .. .Mr Z rag , ,, r g, T a 4 f ,W if , vga rr," f V 'K f 7 f 4 ' yu, VV Hz 'wa Qrf 65514: Z School Store. Front Row? Jenny Homo, Leeann Gerholt, Christina Henshaw, Therese Bomberg. Second Row: Erikaiiobblns, Carrie Talbot, Travis Davenport, Advisor: Mark Palombo, Krista Grimm, Sabrina Diamond, Tina Mallory, Johnna Miiler, Chrissie VHeyVberger,V Tammy Martin, Chris Barilla, Back How: Macon Sammons, Fiobert Sdhoenbrunn, Shannon Slocum, Armando Cruz. yf "' V- f tg .f " rf ya , V frrr , ff, A V ry, , X W if W I . Q, :V ,A .ayro 1 , ,, ' , .viii p f . r 2 1 r. 2 . - , fr 1 ,, 'r' r - , ' 1 rf- .f riff ' ,. 4, ' Q r rw, V yfvif 1, r , ff A ' V gif' Ts V f " X VV! Q I - T f we ' ff ,-" L Z O4 ' 2'1'C':f 'Q V,3f'f7?-if .434 ' . '77 fr, .r Va f .ff rf' V ,, 'Mfr 4 -rw .rr r fin- 1. V- ' J , Y Z . i ff, ' , f ff z 15 ' '23 'ff ' , , 2 f ,feast 'r" V ' W f ,mf 1. 4 Y ,.,r-. f -r iff, , V Wo. w, 4 z- f ..4 V . 4 1 V T V T , or i fwfr if rf 4 ' f ": ff -Q.. n 2 V V 4,1 ,,V, rg ,rf ji.. -3, , , X 4 , , a r, -- :ga rff 5 if , ' , V- ' y JV' 3 f :2',,',., , -V ,V f r ff ff" ' ' 5- 'W 5 "f .ff W If 4 H77 U1 ' '-fZ"'?"1 1 QQ' 'iz'-f V41 V 4 f T -er fi V - 2, a V 1 Vw ra 6 Q ' 5 ' - f V . "" 1 "8 wifi V ,r ,r 1 -, A ,3 .2 W I , ' 95 'ff iw ' 1 ' ' -' 1- L" ' ' rf? f , .2-52' -if " V' V V '7w:hV'1G- Vw 77 '-J. -,V-, .1 2.7 lfrrff'-'ta' f'l""1t1,. r. ."F"' f " ' ' Wy, ,Q VW WW , WW MQW!! Z,,,7,,WQ5V,,,M,QWW WM O!! fi l fmw V Wa "V, 1 7 W , f M V. Distributive Education Clubs of America. Front Row' Sabrina Diamond, Krista Grimm, Tammy Martin, Shannon Slocum, Macon Sammons. Jenette Homo, Carrie Talbot, Michelle Conyard, Terresa Moore, Second Row: Jeff Hughes, Scott Klose, Susanne Prater, Polly Martin, Alan Bakken, Stacey Petrimoulx, Craig Gerhart, Darcy Gshwsnci, Debbie Kabli, Shelly Gonshak, Donyi Ott, Erika Ossege, Lisa Converse, Sarah Henry, Therese Bomberg, Johnna Miller, Thuy,Moon9YA TWU HOWSCOU Baslee, Armando Cruz, Advisor: Mark Palombo, Bryan Jorgensen, Chris Johnson, Mike Greggo, Robert Sohoertbrunn, Noel Groeneveld, Todd Moler, Tina'Muzzy, Christina Henshaw, Richard Parrish. Back Row: Kristy Ossege, Craig Zellrnann, Yai Wells, Wendirl-iassingerg T im McOaw, Karen Greene, Holly Hickman, Shannon Mirra, Leeanne Grerholt, Eric Halawith, Advisor: Doug Porter, Gary Mortimer, ' y 1 ,ev I, . .V 244' I A A tr, y , If 4 , M14 4V X f Q , g , ff' V ,V r 5 QL ' 'T' , fr , Jobs for Arizona Graduates. Front Fiow: Diane Magoon, Gi-Ann Seper, Alisa Shelton, Tiffany Wick, Miranda Williams, Leimoni Stevens, Pam Catalioto, Michelle Dillon, Vicky Cannoli. S6'COf'lG'ROW.' Advisor: Carol Willette, Pam Lindsay, Chanin Finch, Voula Katsaros, Kenny Motherway, Carrie Hillman, Mark Hopkins, Yvette Glover Cinda Lindsey, Deanna Stewart, Maureen Sellers. Back Row: Vic Firriolo, Katie McGee, Mark Fulaytor, Garrick'Taylor Shane Eckart, Shannon Slocum, Paul Humphreys, Maryhelen Helms, Cecilia Barajas. ' rainers deal with emergency situations hen you think of any sport, who are the people that you think of first? Ot course its the coaches, the athletes and the cheerleaders, But there is another group who deserves just as much credit as those just mentioned. This group is the athletic trainers. The trainers take care of the athletes by means of first aid, CPR, rehabilitation and evaluation of injuries. All of the trainers are volunteers, They put in thirty to forty hours a week. Head trainer Rob Archer commented "Athletic training is a very important job consisting of a knowledge dealing with emergency situations, rehabilitation of athletic injuries, and prevention of injuries. It is a very time consuming job but well worth the trouble. The trainers deal with a special type of person, The Athlete." T To be a trainer you have to have a 3.00 grade point average and be certified in first aid and CPR. Stella Williamson, iunior, loess senior Tim Compise's leg during a game held against Shadow Moun- tain. Trainers: Teresa Lundstrom, Michelle Sam- plln Flobert Archer, Stella Williamson, Sean DeZurik. w af, T f. f T f f 42 f r 1 'f "GH " , T ". T, - fr , X 'A i .. T' l 1.4454 7, we Q ,. I f, M1 ' ff f2f'2-t, f tif ' ' . WK ffff T 13 " ,, T 1 ,, T :v,fgT,r5,,3f T , ag? , 7 f - L 'rrt 'ff T f . , r -T" V , x2w,, 7 r f. , 4 T cf M22 3 ri. .fs Q .nffrlgf fy,zfCf',,,46igw Z fe W, 3 8 f .H 5 1 'N 1:5 :M f f f- Q12 . r 1 rf ,'fff,,.ff"fi1:f,f:,v ffff 5515, wq T,-M , '.f'f,'a ,. I T,,, ff 44 1 fgzQtf',i5QT ?"jwr'M 15, .T ,MQW Z we T ,WA ,t 5 , T 2 T T W - aw nag fee. A . T, ygnfv T, f fa mfg' f 'T , , , , , ,Q ' fm mrzlfw fa. Ti f r f fy 2, " :Ma 'f , "Ma, r P r.- ff, W 4:11,-'Wf1 fr an ' QV ,f ' 'H VJ 7, X 'Y f !,,,l,i U If ., A V5f.,.W!t, x T L. " ,,,,,T M W 'fwyfiy ' ' Junior, Michelle Samplin, tapes an athletes ankle before practice. This was the most com- mon thing that the student train- ers did. -Vw- - an . ,,,,..ff f H "5 . ,. Ericka Robbins, sophomore, adds some more balloons to her ear ring during homecoming events heldlat both lunches. Pep Squad, Dianna Albert, Nicole Abello, Christine Andre, Lisa Ayrnann, Fiachel Ballinger, Debbie Barendt, Kassie Bartlett, Julie Belluomo, Lynda Benton, Lanna Bishop, Tracy Boyer, Kristen Buck. Tara Bushong, Mimi Cable, Sherry Cable, Cathy Calder, Renata Cannon, Malea Carnicle. Terra Caylor, Danielle Chavez, Stacy once. nise ropper, ure Davy, Rosa DIMSIQA -gage Sallie Edwards. Gina Farrell, Lori Farrel, Jennifer rancies, Kim Flemming, Deni Gaines, Susanne Garsed, Gina Gelsei, Kim Goebel. Jolie Gonoz, Kristin Graham, Becca Grocott, Brenda Hall, -Denise Huddleston, Nikki Huntsman, Denice Hyde, Kristine lrnming, Kim lmstead, Beth Ingram, Jenny Ingram, Danielle Joaquin, Jason Judge, Jennifer Katz, Sue Kelly, Laura Kitterman, Na- dine Kruse, Michelle Lafko, Shana Larimer, Hillary Lis- tiak, Patricia Loenard, Jennifer Lucas, Frank Luna, Shelley Matz, Cheri McConnell, Kerri McConnell, Maria McCoy, Jill McDermott, Shannon McDowell, Amy McGee, Kelly McGinley. -Jodi Mci3oldric, Jenny McGui- gan, Lisa McLarty, Cathy Mcvey, Jody Meera, Tara Miliiano, Debbi Miller, Andrea Morlci, April Morris. Jack- ie Moya, Amy' Nash, Christina Panackia, Crystal Par- rish, Melanie Peebler, Michelle Pellow, Nancy Phelps, Lisa Pursell, Kari Fiatke. Ericka Robbins, Teresa Rodri- guez, Kim Rohrbaoher. Michelle Reiman, Joey Saputo, Sandy Scavuzzo, Denise Schulz, Jcleen Schmidt, Jenni- fer Sohwoerer, Jackie Serna, Renne Serino, Michelle Shaw, Alison,Shea, Echo Sheppard, Jennifer Smith, Heather Stanek, 'Leimoni Stevens, Jenny Sullivan, Mi- chelle Swayzee. Stacy Tirnko, Kimfonstad, Kari Tom- quist, Elizabeth Slaughter, Amber Upton, Julie Vesely, Lee Ann Wallace, Wendy Ward, Kristina Westerman, A d Whit S h ' ' ' ' U ra e, tep ante White. Dawn Wilde, April Yee, Q. Debbie Yackley. Renae Coates, Jeannie Washington, A Pep Squad increases ww UA 4 L Ji, it I A 1, ly VVV: ,.-' I I , I . ld -M ., ,- ,, . .ae ,L . , g ir ' ,ii I 5 - r-'T A A Q ' .l , he.,Pep Squad isa big part receive from the Pep Squad. As Sgr- 1-' ' .,,i if , of Deer Valley. Without A I tor the spectators, Mrs. Cota is 'f T J S ll ftheir many screams and -stated, 'fl think the Pep Squad is i'i Q W ,-fCOmStGl1lY9iliUQ, The QHYUGS A WSll'DGfCGived." i"i 1 'i-' i 28 y ,s' 12551 f ' i' J wouldnt bethe same. T ' V J l 1 yy T y . l y There are pros and cons 5. M y tif? " t,tnis,year's Pep Squad consisted concerning the Pep Squad, but, Q., , , ,,W: A . V , lot about 11.0 members. .They "When there was no spirit at all," , W 1., jg' ,,.' have helped the school in many , Mrs. Cota explained, "the Pep ,y,,y , , ' 'K -ways and have made the football Squad was the first group to do ' li. 7 '1 " 15 A ,1,. A if 'il' gi , games louder., "The Pep Squad anything about creating a sense , ef'r-i ve." ,,. ', f , 5 has increasedschool spirit by T of pride at Deer Valley." She also "'i M tts' i -5 , letting other students see spirit in believes that the Pep Squad will . .sr 1 'J ,,,,,,,,,,, , ' ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, , action," claimed Mrs. Cota, the continue its success in the future. Pep squad lmiemrberegcreaier enthusi- , asm at our assemblies throughout the year. squads sponsor. The football players really appreciate the support they ta a rar 93, Child, Lisa Cole. Shelly Cole, Sharon Collins, Jolie c oe' c J r ' ' ml' gyffvgf-,aa-, f , . ' . f, , A X hV',, f ' X W. fy , f Senior Bill Nelson writes some impor- Bill tant facts on the board during one of the his many meetings that were held through- out the year. f""'xxi to OUT mem a in 1 The decathlon is a nationwide competition to promote and reward academic endeavors. It is composed oi thirty seniors and juniors who compete for scholarships and awards. The big finale of the competition is the Super Quiz. "This Year's Super Quiz will be based on the Constitution of the Young Republicans: Hilary 4 HONOR CLUBS Weinberg, Mrs. Cota, Bill Nelson. 9 Lwaailal I I , , I , E3 .,.,,, ,Blake Ramsey, senior, and Tia Sohlinker, senior, discuss legal is- sues that take place in a real court room. M it s'4f Mock Trial: Front row' Hilary Weinberg, lFiobin lshmael, Mrs. Hedges, Jason Mitchener, Anne Law, Holly Dills, Back row: Joey Saputo, Bill Nel- son, Bill Gates, Crystal McCoy, Joel I-lauff, Marinah Valenzuela. Academic Decathlon: Front row: Ed Eisner, Lisa Weldon, Ellen Bur- kiewicz, Back row: April Morris, Mrs. Saroj Jagernauth, Dr. Jean Oracheif, Steve Bennett 'ist a rr? 95 i ,ix E Q Q Q Q J Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q, Q Q. Q g Q Q 1 . Q S I Q 7 Q Q Q Q Q Q 1 QQ Q 3 1 , ,Q Q Q , .,,, Q Q q ,, Q Q I Q Q Vi Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 5 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q ,Q f Q Q Q Q :wwf- A MAJ .am Q-wsza wQw'Q1n W. ,V Q, Q mamma' l H , W 'WHA' , - f- F..-.-M 4--.-. , 0 , -M of-f .- 1e.,.em1.f4.r.i as 3 , V. Z- 9 M, ' 'J' 1-,C .- , 4 , , ,,,..,,. g,,,,,,,,,-,- 0 W K, , ,W , . , ,L H V --:A--.-.--V-r...4.-.1 Y f-A -- A A ,, , A L. -,lg V J , ,f I . A -, . ,0 ,, gf ' lv' 1-. .A ig J ff Vg? ff E, ,..W.-,---, A . ,V . , , ., W, ,,,,-,.,, 3 , . , ,A ,, , ,.D, ---- -AW,,....-... .v.d..-,.- Q-'pair , r. dd. ,e.-f7,.,, 71' eQ....,5g-., J. M. f wa, Judi, ,.wa:m! -eczmami ,, ded-- -WM HW D D ,,,, ,i,, or l W Sal Abbate Raymond Desire Adams David Addante Dennis Albanl Christa Al Ackerman A A A 5 4 l l lgeler Shawn Allen Nancy Allert Lenny Amado Tricia Amator Gina Ambrose Ron Anderson - " , V l l Rory Anderson Tvvanna Anderson Scott Andreozzi Kimarie Andrews Shanln Androvion Shine Anthony Andy Armendariz Jeffery Armour Tracy Arnold Joe Arrieta M5359 Ash 7 , -fam...-.-wa ,a,1-w-.-- -.., ..M.n:m,,i,., W . - V .- Y. A -.........A.,+e-fe--im a I V A,MMA,,,Wf,,K,g5,,l-?, mmme,f,on, , .D-f.,-,me -r Wwafmemmaa-A.., 98 52122 ref 1 WW. ,U ,. A, ,..,-., , ,, , , , , -"A - - 1 ' ,,,. , ,af- W 1 Ruby Augustine Jose Avena Bavid Avenaim Chris Ayers Ann Backos GregjRQi Baoome 3 V i . V NX ' .1 i Q 1 , , if 9 ' i 51+ 2 2 V Q. r 2 1 .4 ,- K LW' ' B4 , Heidi Bader Todd Bainter Marie Baker Alan Bakken Robert Bakken Nancy Bakker Bret Baiiard Annette Bank ' Nancy! Barnes Emmitt Barney y Michael Barrett Roseanne Barros r i I , I i Anthony eei'feie'r Robert Barteis John Bauer Timothy Bauer Mike Baum ereg eeeie -A 1 11-1 e-- - --43 -3-0 1-Y "H" rea 99 qmEm,,mM,M, , ,,,W,,, 3' fi:::1i1i:Lt1i,t: ...? h' "-7?-. -'M --A ------- wry.: wvN-- Y -w-v-v .--...-..a.Y--......., ,,..-.,T,,x, -Y S, - 'S My VH V any Jvulz ' " "' WA 'A"'s' W-SY' "W "" " """'-' are '-'-' "WW"-"' ""' """"-f A 'M' ---' 74- ---- ---f ----- w---A----:V - X ,, ,,S ,.-..,.,.w,.,,,.,ff.Y-Y- Wave S. X 1-fm. , dxf, 2 S ,. i S . L , Jw, , X y I Lee-ann Bellerose Jennifer Bend Terri Bendon Steven Bennett Michelle Bentzien Cynthia Bentley il ibm Q, nm I i l Brian Berard Scott Bergren Martin Berneburg Joy Bertrand Mark Bieger Jolynn Biernot fi M l l Q fr is y Cheryl Bird Stacy Bishop Darrell Blaker Jose Blevins Dana Blidar Emily Blong i l l Swff l l l i pam gigom Timothy Bgghgt Liga Boeclq Lisa Bogden Richard Boland Mike Bonilla 5 l l t 34-ifiii-1-3-1:-:f,::gi:::::S-:f::f:rt:if:':iirfrifrrrff'-1.-- Yrfr few, -IT ffrr f-Yeifif----M-----M'-113:74 ""- 5""'l--++v--fwll-Lee---L:-1-:-+A: H-1 A ""'dm""' 'f'1 2 'faffff'-4"'-'f"'-'-"--"flak"Q"-'A S 'iri daaa' ' dtrr ' 'ii'di yy X S .t,tece ,,ie SS ,o.c SS ,dtc ,i,dtd,do,c S ..SS. SSt :t ir?:ltLTiji:Til:3.::1T:li7YflZ:ti75355g351fi53-ff'11:::::iT::iT::'r:"-"-'l':3t'i1 ..SY - ...L 4.-A-111--A ' -- -'-- --w4-Q44-YQ,.Lgw-4L1 'PAHSQX-441421-is-':':'..xu..:.f vm- --A.,---fvmmgmt W. .f.fT:nA l SENXORS + i 700 ta 1-171441 - --w ff lvf f , N-..3'f' John Boozer Kirk Borg Heather Bouchard Michael Bower MichQleLBQwleSa John Bowman 1 5 ,Y 3. fe JUleneiBralrelieidi JaSoniiBraicher Vicky Breese David Brewer Spence Brewster lan Britto 1-. fr:-L James Brown Julie Brown Michele Brown Michele Brownstein Denise Bryant Joe Buczynski John Bufe Buddy Bugh John Burditt cGlenilyBiurkhardt Paul Burleson Ellen Butkiewicz l 4:5 J-mf-' fl -'--A4.'2:.v-f- - - Lf: f .F-A..-W 1-f'T'W""" .4 " " .., --v-,MYAM--rv-, -"' --1:3-,tif-"ff is-:ll-is E mm , mia, in zzz'-vi H1-Y ----f.:.v,w.,g'f,,,,,w. .WH - - f-' ""'-'M ' , ' ":,--,.:- ,,,,,g?f4:::1...Y.Y 1'1- - - -We-V H- -Y 1 --if 'Saw--ff'-'H - -'--1 f'j"'f"' ' 7 ""' ' " ' ' 4 ,,., ,,..m.,.m3. ir.. Mn., ., ., W. . 7 0 7 Lode 11 Tia! ki if Lfviperiiaae I -lib' 'FV' Lisa Calden Vicky Cannoli Kenneth Caputo Billy Carlson lvtalea Carnicle Tim Carrington Stephen Carroll Sheriden Carstens Karen Caruso Colleen Carver Scott Castro Colleen Chambers fa, i X C o Todd Chartier Matthew Chavez Stacy Child Jamie Christiansen Donna Christina Frank Churruca l fi Dana Clark Stephanie Clark Criss Claypool Marlene Claypool Shelly Cole Kami Coleman ti ,if 4.1! Yr if .I.219E!!R1s4,,-.f.Ql'?h-v-.1.ea+fQlQGf4'j.L L Y... , iv? VHA ,VVYL Y- W --M W NWAHWAQ M---,W VH-AW, A .. WL .5-:::,"!.,a .QQEQH -317-ET img ' " A-4 ' ' M W Y QSENIOHS 0 iwmwi 4 TM- V, W, , f--We--A -, ee--Mr--e-- -f'-- ---v-fe---W "- ' ff' "A' "" ' 'M'-41"HM""fn C"' 4 N ,-.-- ,M VW ...,Y.,,...-., . ... ----f--v-A -- - AAW-V----Y'-ff"""4""""""" """"""-"""4w "Y" 'nan HunWiMN 7 -W U YW' iJ :ri ML:-1, .. ,, -3-ff:-W., M , T, .V 'sn VVV, V k -----f-e-f------M----------hef-f-W---------'W-------E-if-W'"'-"""'A"Mf""" n C W ' VN M WF:-43' Aqwg,--,W f-N, ,H , A ,,. .Ye .,--,W,, Y--gY Y, -W --f---------1-nf"-'-l t-QLTAQ f-:fig V rf eff- --w,f.w,. 0 AV Y ,H -V -1--f1-'+--H+-'-Q-'r-A-W-r'A-'-"-"""W""M"k'i""""'-""' '- 'gl , .V ' i 1 ' 2, 1 l ,W , 1 l Anita Conely Stepheny Conely Shawn Conner Lisa Converse C Denise Cyoolrerly Bryan COOper K Jason Cooper Gary Cores Kelly Corona Maria Costantino Kimberly Couch John Courtney fr I re l: 1' , al V r f 5 ' 42,15 ' ' f if QQ. gf, , ji, r . r. I 121 , A 2 24,5.117f:63 rrr- , f' Ax F256 .1573 4 1 W fifvfzfi -.,?'i,T.. . 1 M15 r ' ' 11A 'Tig ri ,ff I r , fi 'ff' ' , . l f -'- V f, f' g , ,V 1"f'7w ir' if 11 ' 'fi . ' ' fg JV, f ff, V, 1 ., Ay , , 4 , ' 'lik' - Y ,Q l J ,V l J 1 J eoee or Charles Cox Amy Crinnlgan Shalane Crockett Shannon Crockett Lesley Crossman Darren Crowley L ,J r TH ,V ' , -0',m.f: xfgfyr 14513 ,251 , X l r Liz' :,1F"fl-r:,Qf1:'4-Gil r Sleoie Cryder Jeffery Currey Seen Currie Leesa Daniels Jeff Darmer Cheryl Davis rszzmm:.'.f.wfJ,f.- ,wmv U. Wiifrmw- 'ff - , , ,---.. ' ,C Y .. , ' 4 ,:,,:,,,l,.,,--we fwmz Vg-mmA-.qu-efggyfzffr-zuxsrru 1 - f' af 2 Q .gg -1- 3144 -nf: ,vw-,ai,Q-M,,,-.,,..,.,.......---.....,.....-,..,..-,,,. W.. ,,,,-,Ag AY ,A M , U ,,,, iw MAY ,Y ,,,Y. Q N, WWVYY Wk, WKMAWH , re .523 103 I ""' " ""' """ ' W' ""' " """ 'N H' fr ""' Y -- ff-f----nn f-f- ff- f- W-V ---- We---'-A-1-'-M----f--'-W-w--f----e----ee-m---f--f-4-------N---rf-M--.-b--H-.-------N-.M-pil . ,, an ,Q Kathryn Davis Mark Daye l D David Deleon Alex Delucia Holly DiCKiflS0H ' , l KN A l i gr a aa 5 Staol Diebold Katja Diehl Heather Diemand Andrea Dietrich Michelle Dillon Emanuel Dobos C? ff l :Wifi , ,.i, Eric Doohnal James Donaldson Keith Dopke Tom Dorris Richard Doucette r t Kelly Douglas A 'tif f A ' it W r r M - f Tom Doyle Kathlene Drey David Dumon Mindy Duncan Andrew Dunn James Duston 1 li El J'l li l l i i l i A 1 l l , l l ll l , l i f i ' 'l f ll i i l i l l l l I l :gi meager? +1-f1. iiiiiii im.,-J A J, or.. Lai EENIUFS all lll l lll lllllllll i li Lori Easter Tim Eaton Glenn Echeverri David Edens llori Vicki Egge Barbara Ehrenreioh Edward Eisner Kellie Elefante Sandra Elm N, X . K 'W L. R John Emerson N ,larni Elwood Tiffany Empfage Gary Ensminger Duane Ervine Nicole Eskridge Jess Esveld Clint Eull Betty Eversole Chris Farrell Lori Fienburg John Fellens Danielle Ferguson Sean Ferris ,E ,sos or , E ,Y-,Y F5 Hy., .nY,.- ,,,.ffH --4.. Y ., --V- Y,-M-J-r.--M4eL--- W -, MW W ,M K, -, -,-lean-2,91 H- ., .V , N D savlEi35" D Lai 4-1Tll4l 705 'I F Jennifer Fiebig cnenin Finen Cindi Finnegan F vielifinlieie Gary Fienifi Stephanie Flaute Adrienne Flores Lawrence Focazio April Forman Tammy Forman Gregory Forquer Flonald Foss riy i l Rx Greg poster Teresa Fowler Dawn Fraker F Donald Frankel Glenn Frey Laura Fricke Stacey Friedman Nicki Frisby Kelly Frueh Mark Fulaytor Rob Furgeson Virginia Fuson l - 706 fiiipsa my ,ew , .....-,.. ..., K..- N. ..4, J ,e,, AAA- ,eMe.1. ' ,644 W W g - - ,he ,-,-,gY,,., ya-:1e. ,..e QLJ :wif-ff 1mff1vHm2i33rf V l 1""Y'11:i"" "A ' - IVA A A 4 N ,HW ,D .4 L,.-..,.. 1 . infe- ' .4 X V. Lisa Film Debbie Fyffe Dems Gallagher Lia Garcia Cathy Garrison Jack Garrison Mike George Patrick Gerdon Craig Gefhfifi Leaingneigerholit Oliver Gertz Rocco Gianforte CLASS SPCPNSOR FEELS CLOSE TD THE CLASS OF '87 rs. Lisa Cota has been an advisor to the Senior Class since they were freshmen. After four years, she feels closer than ever to the seniors. Mrs. Cota teaches American histo- ry and sociology and feels that both are important classes to take. "Sociology makes you aware of problems and how to get help. lf it's a problem, we talk about it." Mrs. Cota has two children - Ste- phen, 7, and Samantha, 3. She graduated from Florida Atlantic University and has a l3.A.E. ll3ach- elor of Arts and Educationl and a M.Ed. lMasters of Educationl de- gree. She moved here from Ft. Lauder- dale, Florida and has lived here 9 years. Besides advising the Senior Class, she is also the Pep Squad sponsor and is one of the most spirited teachers in the school. ln her spare time she tries to raise her family and root for the Miami Dolphins as much as possible. The best part of being the Senior Class advisor is that Mrs. Cota feels close to the class members. "lt's nice to have someone ask your ad- vice on upcoming events. Students make me feel special," she said. SENIORS 107 .Ltr--v-f---G---J '--' ---f- a - U- if -Y Y ,V-Y Y..Y,,,,....,, , , . . , ,, 'rn----.-aa-. -- -- -1-.-1111-.---4 -fm-p.Y.-F--.---.J Wlffizrx' , ,Q , xy , I N "ff, , , Phillip GWJUS RUSS Gibson Yvette GIOVG-Br Elizabeth Gonshak Mark Gordon Kenn Grace 'BK' Kathleen Gramo Mike Grantham Douglas Gray Heather Green Karen Greene Mike Greggo , .K , X X ff H-1 i. , 4 f A . 'I I X f , . v .4- ,, . 0 . -1, I ' 0 -I ' N ..- r- fr , ,V Darcy Gschwend Nancy Gudenkauf Shawn Guhr Larry Gunder JimiHaas Todd Haddad 3'-'ffii'r'f Marc Hail Tim Hammer Matthew EdvyardHanks Judy Harper Justin Harper Hammonds G or H it i iiiii iiii iiii it G uuuuu uitu uir , in---T ZR -. A- - ,XALY,331,,,,.,i::::g44.x.....n-fl-:---+!fZI'l'J::L4::LZ.:4,L-..qg...,: 15,-f, f,1r,-,- V5.1-fi-F.- if .-i'i -ff'P"'wf'f'f'f1U-"--ew-f2'f-5""- "'ff Q4-ff T"""1-2211-1'n"1A" ""'L2"" r4r tf,t u,,, eeee e ooro M M or SENIORS 708 L6-Q14 4171141 w Charlene Harris Julie Hartsutf Wendi Hassinger Tracy Hatfield Joel Hauft Kim Hautt J Michael Hawkes Tamara Havvkinson Vincent Heck Shari Helss Donna Heitman 1 Ju .J Jole Heller Mary Helen Helms Donald Helsten Jim Hendricks Lara Henley SCOTT Henriksen 4 ww fray! , ftflf f" 113 QJV 9' Risa Hepps Kelly Herrington Jeff Herznatt Tom Hickey ' Amy Higley Mark Hild WK. .. ....e,.,,t,- ...,qE..m...-,A ., ., 'fy zfxvv- wr: -mf -:1:m-f:':-vvPf- ..t. J Mt-- I, .W ay. ,, ,Mg-U. Y., ., .r,-1 ,,,fJJ-gmT.,- , . ,,,, ggi,-ngnq ,-V-V.,Y....,-----1.---, , -, -- ,-,.,r-...f. -.2-. ,JU . ,M ,. ,,-.g,g.. .W cam, ,mu .,.f,..Y, .. f.1.:'re-1-fm. , , ymvmmrfmm. ,f ,wvfiq-.f1.1:-,.,,vn.v. .t.Y. 1,-Af. M MEL s.e,.,,-1 .-. -'r- , V .Y : .,-W,--,.,.,a,,., meo,,,.,.,,aa.M.,1ffzn,W.. -,,A..,,,L,i...,,, ,M SENIOFFS Look 4175141 l -A"'h'N4'W"g""'k"'A""'S ' M""A ' ' ' ' ' ---- - "f"2f"rf"' TUHT W AY W ZIV: Y-Avwvmwk--'mv'-Hq'vNw.s-avg-.M i in -abw i' 'lAWnv'-Wwwwvw w'Qg ' ' N V ' -'fr ' -' 41- ff "' f'4"l"""'l'M" V X"-" f , f-iii -"Aff-:---nv' izztf 0, awww- .-, M'-ww I-d:g,vw ,..d,d,,.k,W , .f..q.Q,...ff7.o..,..,-..,.,4n.,. ,.,,, ,,,QM,M,,A U Y V K Y ,Wu KW-U H if A l Q- ,ln E 45 A A A r a a f - W' V V M - .r '-':- , ,.f. -f, -1. ,.ff:'.:1:g.fr,gggq f-f:l.m.i ' -A ' 4' -"' "nfl--f rx - V - 947 . . V. - . "ri: "1 r L : 1. , , .az . f W 'f ,. , -5 -wg f4-..,Qitr-,Q-Semin LW-34.9 H--- ' ' 'Ti ' -T' ' "'SsS """"1'4""'f f'f'T"'g,. ,f -'V--1 . , .-ff-z-ffriif, 151- 3-zzmfpegfiing ,,,,, , xlxk. Carrie Hillman Scott Hillstrom Cathy Hintze Lisa Hlralez Andrea Hobi Howard Hodge fm-v , dddd li y f y Allan Hodges Denyse Holbert Chris Holbrook Tom Holland Dan Holllngshead Scott Holly Christine Hopkins Mark Hopkins Kim Horstman Stephanie Horton l1Sleye!Hroeeapk r RobinHovseth Krlsl Howell Brian Howland Cindy Huber Lisa Hueth Paul Humphreys Shannon lrons " " 'W "' ' A rf:-H. 'HM 1-W: me '1g SENIORS 1 S LM? Az wg, deed alarmed p eepl do Weed l,oo no looo S we i'2t2":ai' fH' v.r:msmwrvi'vffraHvv1i' --- -11-via--N - vi' - V-' "'1"'1.1,7T:"'r' :ai1g3y,zg3:i:,:- :Hit , fr- 5 fire "f """""""""'TT"f"1"'i"' 7 J: F V - - ze-r ' ffmf-::'::y -1 :rs-if-ag-g::r:: :f:m1-r-Viv-:fri-1' -fr:-55:1 gr - r :., , W-Tar' - -ff : ' Y Qswv-ggi--5v4:v:::: -r-T 1-'s':'r:rgig:gJ5'i-1 4"'Zi2gg:i ,, "N ' ' i' "' K ' I M L SEX at Michael Irving Mike irwin Heidi ivanovio Amy iwihski Crystai Jackson Eric Jackson Russell Jacoby Daryi Janes Krista Janiszevvski Jennifer Jennings Alesa Johnson Eric Johnson Jeremy Johnson Stephanie Johnson Brett Jones Teresa Jones Wendy Jones Wiliiam Jones Tammy Jordan Gregory Junkar Gavin Jusinskas Kerri Lynn Deborah Kabii Amy Kantar Jusseaurne f1 12,f-fffwlaaxf--+A! ff we-Wm-M-may W-wwf W.. wmv JY ,, ,, . . , , ,f -A' 'W'-:::::1"'M ""f:.:::.:1:.igg'i1T: gin Ti:1:giL::gi,?"'..M:' J LMA .fx 7544! 'ef-T24-'fm 2--1 f--like " fi-1"ffM111'-W' ' "V ' 'Q 7II1T.I'l1Q'flTL"IL'If.',11I lllilf .ELT Zifj 7 7 1 new y 3 1 s- ' Q -me ' 5 i, K i-iowara Karner Voula Katsaros Elizabeth Kawasaki Christa Kay Jennifer Kelly Daniel Kelty f" Donaldi Kent Joe Kem Michael Kiel Christine Kieselbach Barbara Kinney TVOY Kinney ID: ' S of--vi, 5 i F Shannon Kiszczak Richard Klaus Suzanne Kline John Klotuncwitch Kevin Knecht Ossie Knight Tracianne Knight Sheryl Knipp Andrea Kcdlick Kendahl Konecke Nick Kraintz Erick Kringle lii , i IC l M 'A ,,tt ,t f SENIORS 112 W, mi W 'x John Krizanich Kelly Kroll Charles Krukovsky Dana Kvvolkoski John LaGrey Michelle Larnberto l l f J , V .31 ' 3? r' :"L rg X ' Gary Lampinen Traci Lange y Mark Larue Debra Ledll Donnie Laurent Phillip Lauzon me' ' X V V lv V V V V H AVVV I r l Trang Le rvllke Leieyre Dennis Levreau Donald Liddell Steven Llgm-off Alexa Lindquist Cinda Lindsey L deem Lindsey ry Greg Lingor Patricia Linlnger el Suei Linkm Paula Llppert "' ' M" ' """ . ".i:::::1tgf..'::.:".'.."'-'L .w"il'r: 7. .'::'r:...' "T.2'r:::c':'i1::.3.i: :':T.'..":.:11?.L-'""'....1.,.-'-"""...,'.'-4. ...A '-'A'-"DM-'zlilriil:1.L""'..''erin't....n"W.:.:::.-.T'Ni+,-cfgg:'----'11 'ir' 'f:"1::::1r:- " " LW'-N.---. 7 73 Mi, , , ,,,,,. , ,W , ,N ,.,,, ,,,,f,,,,,, "" "'7 "' -" .' ' , , -, V , A ,,,.A H ,,., , , g.,, , ,,... . N, .AVh,.,, .NK , L . A 9" V A , -.R , , .-... ,. , ., .- i. , ,, ,mm,,,W...,,.,,,..W,+m,.,...,.,-.m.n.q- .,. mam a t ooee oo, , U! l M r V Y . .' - , p., H if ,. .. Y - i . , --1A ,HurV,f.,-aim,-,a,,,e1,,..,UK.Y.,,,,.4,,..r.. Y,Y. . K1,,1.mm.-. 1T-a-mKn---- Barbara Lisiecki Jerry Loisel Shelli Longtield M Gary Lurnia Mark Lurnia Teresa Lundstrom Josephtuque Beth Lures Chip Macek Kerri Maclearn Morgan Magnusen Diane Magoon Sean Mahar Michael Mallory Roseanne Mallory Gerald Mangan M Joe Mangino A Angela Markoutsis Connie Marquardt Edward Martin Pauline Martin Mark Mason Wendy Mason CHHSTODUGV MGSSGY , , K WLLY, .W .f-.. ,. e,,a,,-..-.1 eea- -if A Q M ikqumx K i N,-mxxv N :fy HYEIWVW 44AV 1 74 we ia F 77,45-Q W,-vw, wh,-,.,.,.,,.....,.,..,.,.,..l V 7 - -7 --f-f ui ---vauf-w-M-m---1V- fem-V --YL-A-L - W-ee-me -- -'T 'V - W f 'A 'f ' ' ' ' 'A -..W-1, V -....g.k,,W W..L,.Y, 'S 'i"' ' " "' " ' ' ' m V I - V--- -VM-lan:-M -m vff--ff M- V NweV-eamya--1r::.mvV- V--JM A ' ' ' We- - V-VV-em M-VH ' -----'fa----ef: -V- -1--M-- eM --ff----f-M K H in K Y V Scott Mattila Shane Mattingly Lisa Maxson Shannon Maxwell Damian May Fiobert Maywald Patricia McCallum Chris McCaw Tim MoCaw Jim McClure Kelly McCoy Kim McDaniel l - Katie McGee Heather Molntyre TracyiMoKelvey James McLaughlin Joanna McMilIen Edie MCQuay Bggky Mgvey Heather Mcvicker Diane Meade Robert Merritt Stephen Merryman Traoy Mertens +----V-ff V bag... .wt VV , V V 7 V Vim--V -- -V '- 1 .:M,,, H - V -f V, V- 7 7 5 Look Az T1144! 1---' N K as he inK----W-NM-Ae--mw- W -New M U e, e, U W e, U -New-- - ,,,,,,7,,.,,.,,,.,,.,,.,,....,,..m.,.,4' James' Meskrmban Kim Metzger Nicole Milam Anne Miller Bonnie Miner tyiggrayymiyiierii' Mike Miller Brian Mills Shannon Mirra Bob Mleynek Kari Molmod Kami Montgomery M l i i i V i il ll li if 'l l il i i l l i L l Terresa Moore Mike Morales Kim Moran Lynn Morency April Morris Melissa Morris Fiobert Morris Sonja Morse Kathy Mortensen Flobert Moses Heath Moss Kenny Molhervvay I l ri V ,M Vfffrr W- .WY . .,v, ...ani Q WMM A v-PM xv-., M ,uy, V vrvnwr ---MH, M,s,,,-,,....,,,.,,,s1...,-,..,-W..-.......g.....-,,a,,,,,-,e., , ,,,,-,,, F - - . ..-,.z... , ,. My . Y Y W, , was-.ull tttt as e , .Meri mn- yV:g::W,w-NIITQMMWm,,,,,F.,,A,--.,,..,--,,.,- ,W..s.--, ,,e,,e..b,ewh ff V ,M ,.- .and 7 igfegllafisw Look fd 7414! Senior Shawn Wall ot China during the Arizona-Chinese SKILI. IN WRESTLING RESULTS IN TRIP TO CI-IINA ast summer, while most people were kicking back in the sun and getting tan, Shawn Edwards spent 3 weeks getting acquainted with the lifestyle and culture ot the People's Fie- public ot China. Under the auspices ot the U.S,A. Freestyle Wrestling Association, Shawn, along with 15 other wrestlers 4 coaches, journeyed to Asia tor Arizona-Chinese Cultural Ex- cause their main way of traveling was by bicycle." The group toured throughout China, stopping at many of its temples and religious shrines. They also visited the Great Wall, and according to Shawn, its length would be approximately from the coast of California to the coast ot Florida. i'The only way to describe it is huge," he said with a smile. While having to adjust to the in China's every- lite, also had to cope with in food. 'iVVe ate octopus, donkey, wa- iand fish eyes lior we had to learn to use he laughed. 'cg J Holly Murray 'I Ty Murray Chrissy Nackino Daniel Nagle Amy Nash Robert Naughton I ,Va 1, ,W 3' f fc, . ,, Chris Neal Kim Nellessen Shawn Nelson Kerri Neumann Nlgkie NQVIUS Tammy Newell guhigfi., H.. .. ,.1, MM ,,..,. ans. 'ff '-'Aw-X Jam:-nuns M-ef -H - MM r ., if - f ' 'H' "' It 'SSAI M SZEAQQEES LMI: at TZ44! "'M""' A " ' "WN" "" 'fm' "M ""+'--V-A-"--nf' "--'HA-"-A-Af'fff-f-W M. eu, A, ,, W., .A,,,M,,, A,,,,,,, ,,,,, In HW' llllli l al:-MW"--Y'---'fer-v--A-f --M-All---..f...........a... -. . Moa.. , Y f --M --V -N l we-V - ff' r y,,. J-,w,,..M.,.V, ..,.M,.,,.,..t,., ..- --e it it l Tim NEWTON Larry Norman Kelley Nottingham Jennifer Nyhus Stephanie Oates Sam Odogui 'tm Susan Ojeda Davin Olson Michelle Olson Scott Oltrnan Jamie Onele Denise Osler h , , fc' rg r ' Z ,, If V 1' 2 ' ' , Laura Osman Erika Ossege Steiren Oster Donyl Ott Carolyn Overman Shannon Packard Mike Padeltord John Page Thomas Carrl Parker Jett Pelletier Darrin Perkins Parascandola , V , nme,,,,.,W,. , ,,,,,,,,, ,,,z,,, ,,,nB.,, WH., .,., NIM ,-- - , --,Y are-W-r-W --H ' ----- y , . -Y. e- f., l:.,aeaLe,1H--f tv--H -Nm-H-Gee-x-gnmfw--'za-..-2515 7 78 14,1 -2- P iY"1ii- fem-W-' W e-fe f- efwsye--1.---MN. ,...tN.,, n,,,,.,.m,...,., ....,,?,n.,,,,,-ef, Y--rr:-f , ,,,,, ffvef-f rf- -ef---ff --fe.-P--fef-M-----+--+11--'f-f-"""' 4"""" ' 'W' F, , Y-E--mfs mann -----,-lf-eee,v,.efs.eem,m,,,.,.M.,A,..,.,,,,Tfynfmye-ifif-wee-jeff---Q-1--fe-fe-4 ee- --'- -ef----e-eff?-v--fv-T-fmwm"mst 'AA'A' " W" "V ' ' ' vw' i"f' 'N f VYYY Y,,2..g,,,,g.,...T,,...,..,n.,,,.., ,K V,,,m,, ,,,,,,,, ...,.-,,i,.-, ,A,, ..,n,w ,Y V,A. .,Y.T,.,V...,.-Y.A emvew-..e.we.,,1e--,ws-1-1--New ,--- f 1-we-ee--r -P , '- f ,W V W, O '?"""Y'1 luis- Jig W W-2-45m-, W , ,-iE,,,TZ.u.-: .,,, -W ..eee.Tl,3Wff-.ev t t W f-:W--feffef-ff-?-1-'f-'-f-4 W"-'W W'-" f- " f' 'MMP""'iP"" ' 'P 'P 'P K - 7' - , Dy, , .e H, -, e,,1..Fee ,.,,,.,,,- ,,,,e ,,,, -A...,e. ---. - M-M - f 'M'-"""" "' ' A"P""" Stacey Petrimouix Mark Pettit Anastasia Petty Nancy Phelps Dan Phillips Tamarra Phillips Teresa Pike Elisabeth Pmeee Sherri Pingitore Richard prpkme Bradley Pitseh Aryan Plank Mark Poiesky Tom Pomeroi Greg Peee Annette Popoff Bin Perter Nick Portonova Jay Potts Carmeile Prater Carta Pugh Rob Punturi Todd Quigg Tracy Ftabideau 1 , , , 5 5m:x.eka .m,.,,e-un.fe- we---1fee1.:L.z.,'w-i-' ,:.N -f .w.'f--- -4 -- - 1 '- ef- --we f '-1:4 -f-11. '--' .. r g,,,,,.,.. 44..- -V '..f ' e eazzeef- -nh... ' x L 7 7 9 Leek A1 Tits! immgq Lynda Raetz iSReani iRah'erty Blake Ramsey Brian Ramsey Danny Ramsey Gary Rapp Frank Raskovv Daniel Ray Kelly Ray Torn Record Troy Reece Michael Reeves r i 4 i I l l l Goreen Reiner R li R R R Lori RRYHOIGS R Monica Rezzonico Danny Rh0ad9S Shaun Riberdy ,fri 71 I ,l 4 1 , Shelley Richards Kristen Robbins Brian Rockwell Ralph Rogers Howard Rohnerl Kim Rohrbacher l ....f -3 i Y V , awvra-NNYMAY?-.kHAdHlYAW-,G-'Ww.:1 -v , .wg WA- L+ A, L . Y q f-,,,, Y -, no f 'JJ' Mbuw F- W'-1.-v M-Yr,-.K-,M-,tw ,-.-,. .,. ,?,H-.N.-Y, .,.. .,.-s.-Y- J! .al 720 Eiga T541 wrmf .OJ ,r M l l Melissa Roles Sherri Ross Damon Rossi Tracy Rubash Lana Fiugg Paul RUQCWO Z -Z ffm? -f.,, , V, H M V V V V V V V V V, H lg ...faq 'Dave Kelli Sampson Raiaela Sanchez Pamela Sand Kim Saunders Julie Sauer Chill Scardino Tony Scavuzzo Antonette Schad Jenny Schaffer Priscilla Schardyn Becky Schermann Christine Sohlenz Tia Schlinker Cyndee Schmidt Jeff Schmidt Tammy Schroeder Debbie Schumacher 'i S T Twflff S1fjQ1jfjQiQQf1ifffgQ1flQQQQfflfiffffigT"Q7iQ'jfZjfff'i5'T'f c ,-W , V --fr , . -Q-fig-fw H PM--Av . V ---'-5'Nf---ff-,,t,g,-ffm c'-a J'1:rL:iiIi1'i,'i,2I'L"' "iii, .,:Z,t4r, "': Lzdgigggzg, ,gg . Tl ,J Tiff? 72 7 , .. . -.m+.,. . -mm. ..i-we-.m+.,. . .. -mm. ' - - r--a-vw-A-few---f-if-1-v-. --ff-A-ww Q---1-f , . . J, 5-www .. ,., .1-fa-W.-12-e.:ev.e,.....,. .- ,-, -. .7 Y ,,, , I V- f ,.,.... V , ,A . R. ,,,,,, ,ef-fee-v--,,. ,....,,, .-----w :l :axe I "" I A VL AV , -V A ijiggxi ,Y vi if . I ' LV, l T . . egzshaweighauser Bill Schwoerer E"giE'ij2erer Rachel Scott Shannon Scott Shana Selig Maureen Sellers Gi-Ann Seper Stephanie Shasteen Alisa Shelton Mike Shepard Jennifer Shipman ip . . '48 l , Kevin Shope Chris Shriver John Shumway Perry Siegel Todd Siegel Melissa Siegelman Tammy Sienko Marcus Silvera Maggie Simmons George Sisemore Tatiana Siook Shannon Slocum Y, 1 i ,, g ne- Q- v - ' ' ,.,a...,.ge31pzsgx-...,.-, . .S , . ,. . , , , , , . -,.L1,,r,L5-le-v ..,.,,-.Le-meme, .-,,,, .. ..m.-,.a4u'Pl:lI5W-- anna -slum 122 iwlz mu V f-1-M va- , , --f-. -we ,,,,. if-ff: w,,e,ffa-.-s.--21-ff,-,.., .. . . ,.,a,.,,. V- fff'L1f17,.,.V . ,, -f,frE:.efeL,...,,,...s.,f,-vN....a,.1:,..u. vfe-H nf- M- fff,, W -.- ,,,, naaaaam .,,, , la.t,,,-,, -WW f-,2 ff-f--QWe,.-- -----f- V--, fi-rf----f-We---A----f -kA-k- V---ee:---fe - --A- -- ----,Ae----W-1: ff--'ff 'f'e"" ' an-fe f--, of -.,faiH..a.,, ,, ,,,, ,-f--fe-V-ft, , , . , , aaaae aaaoaa S S! SISTS-.1,aa at 1-rSS n - .-....-.--e--'1-- --be--H - nl ga: i V- ...Y --YY .f,MmfEn1 m-vfmffmeb-.WT--vf-heme:-ew , . , , M . V 4 f "Q I Q S David Semall Merit Rebekah Smiih William Sortino Melanie Spencer Cheryl Sprenger N. kv? rv ' , ' I Y 'Qi . - f 7 l .15 , - ee 1 Tracey Spross Dan Srock h Robert Stait George Theresa Stanley Christina Staples Stamatelatos , Vlf. np, p 1 LW, yrddgd Lgifff mv, Willie Staples Kurt Stein i Leimomi Stevens, Deanna Stewart Rebecca Stillwell Leanne Stout Eric Strait Don Alan Struthers Allyson Stubbings Kelly Summers Tina Sutera Stroessenreuther eau' - .Y-f -I ff--,L.,,,-,,-e,,4.-..-L.:,..-fiif V a.-,,.f. ,.,1..,pA:1 if ' ifft, ,ffm-g,,,a',e,,1,g,-,,,,,g "'-'lt 455323 723 Wendy Smile CWS Swartz Mary Sweeney Denise Tallant Mark Tan Ernest Taglqo 1, if Vx y T l E T , X, Tim Tatro Garriok Taylor Miohael Tedeschi Gloria Tellez James Terrell Michael Thoman 1 ,fr i 3 .ff I 1 'D l i T -. . i 1 Larry Thomas, Jr. Flobert Thomas Heather Thomson Tina Thompson Kimberley Thorne Daphne Tiller i l T Theresa Tillmans Kit Timmer Christa Tomei Joe Torres Darren Turczyn Tammy Turney 5 .l.LL-:l34.34:l1i Lvll-17,7-,gif 5333 ,Vp 1:Qff,s1gpg,:g, .fir-v-ff-if-1-gsg::,r4:1f:4:z:::':fx::.1r:r:1:::1::::' -lgffg- ,.,Y ,,,,.W,A, , --,' --1 H ' : Y - H QQ Q1,,,eQ.f ssss gg Q D Q f of ,if SENIORS 724 mm: -af'-e A- 1- rfzgeyefwf-f-ef---ref--5---e-ff-we-,Fe-e-afwf-f---Y--1ef,---a----,- e----- , f- --'E - .Y f W l l :I Anna Ullbarri Allison Upsnir Louis ursllan llvlarlnall vallerliuela Vicki vanoll curls vandenberg 'll -1 31 ,2 V V , ii ,-fa Q l W wa, H.- ,. -.-aaa Glenn Vandre Marcy Vane Tammi Vanlleet Steve Vanzant Lauraann Verderosa Cindy Viles Steve Viles Lisa Virden Ronnie Waggener Kaye Wagstaii Laurie Wakup Daniel Wallace """"'IN. Gary Walls Derek Waller Dana Washburn Cindy Waterman Marianne Watson April Weaver 1-.. , Tl H223 725 f" 3 LMZW 'W 'nz' gi" W" """H"'ii'- -- - -m . , HNHW WGWDGVQ John WQSGHSGG Derek Welborn USG Weideh Curtis Wellendori Paravatee Wells ffm, , Q, J. V 'lm ' 'wif f- A Scott Westpahl Angie Wheeler Bradley White Dana White Kirk Whlttenberger Richard Whitver 'f ,. -xxx N Tiffany Wick Dawn Wilde Miranda Williams Stace Williams Leslie Williamson Warrenyviliillianison Keith Willoughby Scott Wilson David Wiitse Angela Wing Mike Winklepleok Lisa Witter -V A dw Y r 3,1 ,g Y .- -.Q -.se -ef X' M 126 fiflflgizraei gg as .,,,, . , manga..- L., sus, ,, ,saw Y.s...,,, .,,. ,..,.,,. , 1 1--fn-:-1, f -' -V if sa vw ...- I Q I H.. ,, . .-. ...Mb mm. 5325... .,..,. Y-. . Y Y -,.,,t,,. ,.-f.--can ---M. M..- .. f Darin Wofford T Christine Wood Christopher Reynald Zamora Craig Zellman Senior Kami Coleman is preparing tor her debut which will take place in the spring. T T Younger T SENIOR PREPARES FDR RULE AS DEBUTANTE n today's hurried society ot convenience, it may come as quite a surprise to find that there are still some stu- dents concerned with proper etiquette. One of these teens is senior Kami Coleman, who is partici- pating in the Cotillion, an orga- nization geared towards teach- ing grace and poise to female high school seniors. To enter, each girl has a num- ber of steps to go through to Kami is planning on attending college next year and majoring in either psychology or a tor- eign language. She is currently in German 5-6. The Cotillion meets every Wednesday tor two hours and sometimes this time includes cultural events such as the bal- let. These classes last all year and end on April 1 when the girls are presented to society at a debutante ball given tor them at -A-a--imgsmrmm--L- -w-'e--m- - can - - - - - -H-M me -.W 0 . . ug., . W, . , . - . obtain membership. She must be nominated by a former member. Once this is done, she needs to meet cer- tain standards. These include a grade point average of 3.0, an active mem- bership in school and church activities and active participa- tion in community projects. the Arizona Biltmore. Kami participates in the Ger- man Club and also shows her school spirit by being a mem- ber ot the flag line. in Kami's words the Cotillion will "prepare girls for the real world." n..1f.A..-ssn.5+ --f.i1,u1.-.-,,slr.--.,.t11:,-.:e,:.: .L-ss' . V. .A gsf mmmv,.m.4,,.fmK. . ,mmlm .ig .Y wxL,h,,m, V H A K 4, I W, ..s:..1.-1' Y 5s...v.sf--- l Wn..., .,.,fJ,---as 12 7 LMA at Tia! M ,, wr' X x X X X w 3 3: if X S QE X X Q N R S N S S S Z S A 15 2 7 S 3 Z ,. 5 7 S. V ? Z ? f 7 ? f 2 Z 1 2 s Z 2 c Z 5 W W x W,-:M rzffmfw-vmff :zu Wu ww WM fz1:w1ff.xwff :mu ww 1f14:.a:mw.W:Axzzg.k zffffazwfi XMIM we fm zwafvrzmzmfirref, lem , '-""- ... ., ,,,, , RINGS IN OCTOBER Jostens representative came out to the Junior English classes on Monday Oct. 6 in the auditorium. He opened the presen- tation by showing William the "Refrigerator" Perry's Super Bowl Ring, which was a size 23. The newest addition to The Jostens class ring collection is the Black Hills Goldg this stylish ring has 3 different types of gold. The juniors got to select how they wanted to have their rings personalized. They could put their names on them or choose a symbol for an activity that they had participated in, or the mascot. Jos- tens also offers to change any school ring if a person changed schools during their high school years, for free. ln addition to their high quality Senior high rings, Jostens has made the Super Bowl rings for the last 5 years. h Decisions, Decisions! Junior Jennifer Shannon tries to decide on her class ring. Larry Aguilar Joe Alaimo Wendy Albert Rich Alton Bobby junti Charlie Antijunti T Herb Armour . 'Avins L' I - VS . 54 ' Jon Baker 7 0 Jufvfoas 3 l.0olu1Tl14l arren Baker e e an yne Lisa Barany Gabrielle Barbato John Barker Shawn Barnett Heidi Barnnill Walter Barrio Jason Barry Kassie Bartlett b Tracie Bauman Joe Bayus Sl i non Barrins Cara Bedenkop amin Bennam Scott eisner Dianna Bell Bell Ros . n 1 Benedetto Ronnie B nnett David Berring ' en Berr I Maureen Bestenlehner Antoinette Bianoamano Brad Billman Clif Bird Virgil Blidar Stacie Bober Dan Bonman Frank Bond I Dllgl I 4 Ill Laura Booth an Bor reen April Boring Dave Borrow I 0 - Kris I owser er ame aey i :- JUNIORS 7 7 "Toot .1 mi 3 Toni Dawn Edd Bridges arlene Broe e 1 fl 4v'L f i? fi l'O HW Jeff Bros Camille Brown Bandi Brust N cole Br a Sljrlwlc. Bill Bruyn A Tina Buo berger M ry Bun ar Alisa Burns ,fi fa? 1' ll C Bfgrfadette oabreh, Benae Calder Jeff Campbell Scot Campbell Pau ette Cana 1 ,' Lisa Carioscia Charlie Carlson William Carr Sean Carrick Manuel Castro Misty Cater Cassandra Chambers Sue Chambless ames C atma Travis Childress as n ri ' Debra ris ina Mike Christmas Les City ar Jaime Claros Sherry Cline aHmg Kim Colella Christine Coleman Dawn Collazo Bobert Coll: 4 JUNIORS 7 32 LMI: .1 my X f f 7 f 457:-:L r r eiv , , .-:.- ffy ff f, -z X Q f Zff 2 ig, 96 QV: r '. ,fl 4 -ff X' MQ I v," 6'2fQ1f-ig 'M rf? I ff I r , i ,.,, . ,.,.A3,A i ,Q ,fi ' f if, - , ' ., -ff, i 1 i 4735 Kory Connor Mike Cone Michelle Conyard Julie Cook Charles Corridori Aymee Corzo Dogen Cosenza C653-Q fi. D . o Cowa . Lisa irawiori .Q-Steve Crawford avid Crawley P ul Cros Todd Cross Ar ando Cr IJIEIIEW I v, I Juli Cuttin ton o d D Arnico Dan Daley ' vin annatt Gre Daragona ' Q l Dan Daugherty Dawn Davenport ry n a oanna avis Stasia Davis Todd Davis Warren Davis JUNIOFFS 7 -"-LMA 4 my 33 Paula Deakins Eileen Deegan Gary Degeronimo Leah DeGree Dari DeLaHuerta Andrea Delvecchio Ray Demey Jim Dempsey g Kathy Denham rQ5ifTroy Denman Sammy Denneny Lisa Dennis Brad Dennison Dennis Denny Cindy Diamond Sabrina Diamond Rosa Dimaio Troy Dirks Dustin Dixon Charity Doane Jim Dodds I' John Dombrowski Heather Dominik Allan Dooley Karen Dopke Rick Dougherty T.J. Drake Gregory Drennon Rich Dubberstein Heather Dunaway Darcie Dunlap Brenda Dunn Lisa Dunton Lam Duong Theresa Durbin Robin Durst Donald Duwe - Phil Eason Scott Easter Dione Echols Shanan Eckert John Eisenbaugh Mike Ellis Doug Ely Jennifer Enders Qi Fiod Enders Trina Erwin Jeff Espinosa James Esposito lb JUNIORS Look A1 7414! "M-..,, z'f I -uuuanf gb iii. ,I f - Liji , I. ,I ,Q KIA ,,. I ZZZZZ "' , JC' . ', ff? 3, .'-' , , , ' ' ,g we 4 if , + .i fy- 4, , .4,!f4V,f W g 145, ,533 ,n F - - I X as "fm " f 4 f f 'Z ff 4 , I +54 In 'V Q" fgff ff ,W f wa 1 f ff i ii ,. 5g:.3,ag,:3f2 A. ,yjfl - 1 k' Ifwro ii. f' ff 4 fffnv "E l l me 7 fii,,iiI : 73 5 ' ,, . , fllilllli ,I rgif f ,ff Cjl iilli M. J 0, g,-4,5 ,jnqii ' f 35553 ' '-fx., Lili f , " iiiji 5 Z I J Wg, 197 , l I 4 .J , ,.. 1,-.""Q ff ii : F i":"'g- .,"4-Mfg V lil .EQZCW " lil I X ,, ff riffs ,akimffz f f If v ff. ffI1Iv:fQ4II' 'I "QI: QI f' 1 I fl fir "f, no J ff f A f , f 'J ff! I: I X9 I I I ,gf O 0 an ',', II I, . 5 ?zfl.'-:fin im' X ' I Mn' 5:5 -fl'I?i:"v ff' fir? 4- fy ',"' . 'L '41 ii "., I If ' - I -f , I if I A -I I I ,ff mv. ,I il ??F?? 'iwgjtift II, , f f M. my f f ' W Wiz 7 f J 1 g , L I ' I f 1 f 5 6 1 , - MI I V ,QV I. 2, ': ff ' 714 ff 1 M Wg? , '14, Z X f f fy f 71 3 Qf f 4! f v i' Cherish Ewell Kim Ewing John Fanella Tanya Fanning Dean Farrell Mike Farrell Stacy Feist Stacey Felice Sherry Ferona Willie Fiebig Danny Fields Saleta Finch Mark Finney Stacey Fitzgerald Julie Flores Lisa Follett Chris Ford Zac Forsman Dean Foster Michelle Foulke Christina Fowler Stacey Fratel Eric Freas Lisa Frederickson Larry Freeman Chris French Rhonda Frick Scott Gabbert DHVERS'CLASS 2 5 3 3 3 it I 5 E ,JI 2, . i vt 1- F 'ff f ' if' .Y . ,"" E " ., ' . -W N I .. t .4 I y , , V N' .- 1-M Taking it slowly over a speed bump Junior, Paul Kuchenbeiser tries to impress his drivers ed teacher. TEACI-IES SAFE DRIVING l-IABITS river Education is a class in which stu- dents learn the important things about driving. Not the driving part necessarily but something much more important, the im- portance ot safe and common-sense driving. When asked what he thought about the stu- dents taking the course this year, Mr. Wit- kowski, driver ed instructor said "The students are enthusiastic and interested in learning about safe driving habits." The class is mostly made up of juniors and sophomores, with the minimum age being tif- teen and seven months so that the students are eligible to get their permit it they wish to get their actual driving experience through the schools driving program which is available to students. When asked what he thought of the class Paul Crosby Junior said, "lt saves me money on my insurance." Laurie Gabriel Michelle Gaby Chris Gaddis Mike Gagliardi Bob Gamarano Chandra Garcia Anthony Garza Matt Gasper Derek Geisel Vince Gemmiti Steve George Steve Gerlock John Germinaro Della Gibson Carrie Giffin Celene Gilboy Theresa Gilboy Greg Glatkowski Rod Glaze Carey Goebel Jerry Gonzales Lisa Gonzales Nichole Gonzales Eric Goodwin Lori Goodwin Missy Granath Patty Graves Traci Gray Brian Griffin Krista Grimm Flick Gruber James Grunert Joe Gschwend Michael Gutierrez Lisa Gyroy Bryan Haddad Debbie Haddon Lesley Hady John Hainline Eric 'Halawith Paul Hallinan Chris Hamel Jason Hammar Jason Hammond Tony Hansen Shannon Hards Richard Harris Shawna Harris David Hauff 6 JUNIORS 73 ima 41 rw Mike Hawkes James Haynes Shannon Heather Kim Hebert Jett Hedrick Alaina Hegel Paul Heller Jeff Hemmen Barry Henderson Sarah Henry Christina Henshaw Anthony Hernandez Marilee Herrera Holly Hickman Don Hicks David Hill Gary Hill Jalee Hill Janet Hinshaw Dennis Hobgood Richard Hobson Jack Hodson John Hogebaum Kevin Hollan Chris Holly Michelle Holt Jennifer Hooks Matt Hooks Jill Hoopes Lisa Hopfenspirger Rod Horn Sherri Horton Wayne Householder Troy Houser Clyde Howard Randy Howell Shane Hrober Eric Huber Amy Hulse Jerry Humberd Brian Hunt Hollie Huston Michelle Hutchins Andrew Hutchinson Tracie Hutchinson Dale Hutton Leanna Hyeoma Robert Hylton Stephen lker 7 3 7 LMA -fl 7114! Jennifer lngram Robin Ishmael Aysel lsik Morris Jacoby Linda Jansen Sharon Jaramillo Kim Jarboe Julie Johns Johnny Johnson Phil Johnston Bob Jones Drew Jones Kelli Jones Fiebeca Jordan Dawn Judson Emily Justice Wendy Kabel Barry Kabello Bob Kase David Katich Erin Keener Shannon Kelley Donald Kent Jimmie Kent Jason Kentzinger Andy Kessel Trina Kinney Adrian Kinsey Chip Kitchen David Kittleson Clay Klavitter Kirsten Knapp Kris Knapp David Knight Doug Knight Nik Knudson Tony Koch Tom Koeckes Eric Koeppen Randi Kolpin David Kolstedt Chrissy Kondrat Sumer Koniaz Tara Konizeski Terry Koomen Dawn Koster Jessica Krall David Kramer Nadine Kruse JUNIORS ,. W, if X, ff n "f n, ff! 4 ,fa , gg W. i W f f 1 f fe? h f 4g5,iW,.,,t4 4 , ,ff ff , 'gf I 1' ,f:f1f,lg,4-:gi 1 ,xi . g 5 , t ' 'ili .i . iiuiii, 1.51 ,,, v.:.?.:3lv' 'iffyfv ' , I! I 1 4' fl J 0 f A ,fy W Af 3 J , 2 'f ff if! I , ' fa' fm?" , if ,,f f f , , V 1 f ff Z' fy I 9 i 1 f-. f" ,J ig 3. .2 if 557 .. 'lf 2 V, ,g...13g.E vA,. I f f ' -1,, W i-V,-hiV ff j g V. 33. , r 7Tfi5ilgVfZ7 fZEW1"'-'7""fI 2222331.- ffff A f W f' M5 - :ff . 4"' ff ,Z ' GQ ,I 3 x 5. 'ff f , .fff 4 f X J X f is iiiiff 1 4 X c Q1 f ' ff I W , 5 X 0 b 'ff f f W ,WW if M' ff 2 ff 5 ff Q Q! ' H W ff f r 4 MM! iv, " 'ffffff W 1 fe.. i-.fifi 1 V, I'- hx' 5435?-:2 'ff vii' f T" 'I I 1 4 af ' f, 1:2 fa f kr "gil f l f ' ff i ' ' g, , i jg, 1 1 1 , ef A r yff f ,f fiii , .C rf 112 .V fi ""'T , ' if ff A 'aff Q: 5 1,3 My 22 - '0 1 . 5 :, l.,1i.,f..n6.,:,,,..' ,'wz,- -fc . t ff T .. ,ff ,f .,,.7a , fp. v f fy WV W., f HW ' ' f ,, ff," Lwlc 451 'Mal qw 'iil T .A 'f ,iif 'YXU6 , ebvffffyx. ' . X 00 Ap , 3 ff , fff j. aff' 74 , .f I ' fiisf i ,,,. Z If X f M 4' Q fa ' My ffcfj 5 fa ff iiioiil ix i ,1 ,.,' pi n 1 .V .gg I 4 f f AQ' 'ff' ,ZH 9 g ff at 1 Co 1, 1 , r 4" . 1 Zia , , ! X yy 2 4 p 4 f ,of 1 f X li It X I 4 f f 0' I' ff 3 .' O , Paul Kuchenbeiser Joleen Kudiok Wayne Kudis Rod Kunkel Don Labor Ken Laird Chrissy Lambertus Eddie Lampinen Paul Lange Jennifer Langford Chris Larson Lara Laubie Dante Lauretta Rose Lauria Anne Law Dennis Lawhorn Nate Leatherwood Kevin Leavitt Donna Lee Jim Lee Kelly Lee Tori Lee Julie Lehmann Sonya Lenz Christina Leon Brett Leonard Cindy Lester Heather Lewis Ron Leyvas Chris Lienard Dawn Lindsay Melanie Lisanti Terry Littlejohn Lee Litzler Jamie Loy Cicero Robert Loers April Logue Tony Long Ron Lopez Chris Lowman Kelly Lowther Tony Lugo Eve Luna Jim Lynch Leann Lyon Allison lvlaese Sabrina Maestas Trioia Magee Cheri Magsam JUNIORS 2272275 739 Ut Mai Jamie Malin' Tina Mallory Armida Mancilla Kevin Manny Kari Manson Jason Mark Amy Marr David Martin Susan Martin Tammy Martin Joseph Martinez Scott Martinez Chrissy Marziano Jayme Mason Anna Matarazzo Scott Matheson Dusty Mathis Lori Maugen Scottie-Jo Maycock Laura Mayfield Jennifer McCallum Tricia McCartan Martin McClain Trina McClure Guy McCollum Christopher McCorkIe Crystal McCoy Mary McDaniel Nicole McDaniel Brian McDonald Fiobert McDonald Don McDowell Lorie McCriff Peter McHenry Andrew Mcilveen Robert McKee Mark McKenzie Scott McKeon Julie McKim Wendy McKim Marcia Mcnutt Samantha McPike Eric McVicker Tara Meekins Jody Meere Mike Melot Rebecca Mieszkowski Darran Milbig JUNIOHS f Jy yy' 2"4ZfI -f f 1' 'gi ,J , Q Q f 1? ,nu 7 'L -V J N " C ! J f 4 ,,., f Z J, J 'ii' 'J J. 0 ' J J iyyi V J ! mg ,ix " Z J 'WTC' -' fly? 'Kam' ' ' --fd wif f ' 'WM' if ' 722154 J J 'J J ri I J. A' ' .,,,ti J 7 fri ' if gf V Lvl! 740 LMA .J rw 2 4 , Jff ,.,f' , ,J J J fl if "Sf ' ff fb ,' W,-'gig 4, f Wh , Q 2 ,ff yy K if ,N ff , ff f f My Jaifff' " W '7 1 J J 1772 i. .4 4. f 67 i , gf f 57 f A 4 5 ' J' r 5 W 4 f ff 'fix '71 4 , . 5,2 1? X W! f f' ff g A X 1 K. Nt -J .oJ.j:' 1 J ' vw , A A 2f,5glJJgJgzjrf "" "i1:1Zg5gJJ J J 9 ' f f , 'Lfi2Ji3:-Jzi. 7 X J- A1. WJ-zysq.. 1- f JJ ,., f--: Q, yy1fJ',J,, ' J f C 5 Jia,-Ji J is Ji Q Jag ,J J , 3:5-3,2 tvv' J JJJJQH-J r'i" i"i" ' J " i'i' J ' C "ri V J U id- J ' V .JN 37' rf' fri J -J E24 f ii J Jffff' J 'A li Til! f '?i Ji 5Yf3f51I? V JSJJS JJJJJ if J i ' Jwrfppgigv Jw J J fJfz,JJ XJ zJJ f 'f amz-1 f f 2,3 ' MA' ff f :JJ f 5 J gp J' i 'Q " :,y,,?Q,. f .J 5 J WJQ4 f 9. ,rp , A 9 .ffgfzfih J -- X X42 19 , 4,674 'ails 1 " ffg if X Y fa, 1 iff 1 1, f .4 fog J ,J fi? Nqr Ji j if 6- xfff 'if '21,f'-- 1 f my 3. 14.145 - J if J at qw. - -y.J' f 'Q f"' A 1 my-JJIJQ J 'ff J if Qfffxf 2 iJ 7: 47 9 if f A! , QI ff? f f f f v in ff ,, f X ff f 4,5 1 M KE!! X My ' J ,J JJ W J f' L J EJ 1 :X N 13 3 2-5, Qwff 'W ill if 5293? Zi? i 4 J JJJJJ ,J ,,rJ 'WP il AJif my ,fx M "' xW' T ff 1i'Z15'?5E2' ' IJ' ' i 'VJ 4,551 531,54 wa JJ f :iff f y iigiixa, J J mi' 'CQ 17 25 J' if ,Jw 'yfg-171: r ,r LJ ygg4474iyJ 2 f 4!'5WH'! ' 74 .l J QWW. J 9 .W, Mak I A, I Wk!! I . ' JJ :yi J 4' L , . H ' J J ' ,p . :JV HJ! IJVJJ W E JqJ A af- . ,J 7' JJJJJ uw., 5 gm 4, f' QZ" f'iJ'i In 1, fat 1 M' , ' ff, ff I f f W l f 1 7462. iii Peter Milek Tim Miles Cacy Miller Charles Miller Colette Miller Rex Miller Sandra Miller Shauna Miller Steve Miller Tom Hintze Tracy Mindham Lydia Mininchelli Meredith Minnick Jason Mitchener Kari Hite Todd Moler Carrie Mollohan Kristann Monaghan Martin Montijo Cindy Montgomery Thuy Mooney Jennifer Moore Kimberly Moore Tina Moore Nadine Moorman Michelle Morales Chet Morasch Jennifer Morrow Jackie Moya Wendy Mrdutt Bev Muse Mike Nardo Kevin Naylor Jody Nelson Lisa Nelson Tammy Nelson Kelli Neumann Dan Newton Huong Nguyen Thu-Thao Nguyen Terrance Nicklas Renee Nicoletti Ron Nitke Barbie Nix Rush Noble Steve Noblet Shari Norde Manuel Noriega David Nyhus tat Hifi 74 7 Shannon O'Connor Dawn O'Donnell Josh Ocker Erica Ogden Carolyn Ogrisseg Kim Olsen Craig Oltmans Brian Omanson Cynthia Ong Lori Orehek David Orlando Chip Orr Christy Ossege Glen Oswald Shellie Owen Stacey Owens Jeffrey Pack Ernie Padilla Eric Pagone Kerry Paige Shawn Palmer Andrea Palmeri Roger Palomares Wes Parker Dana Parkyn Cody Patrick Andy Patton Natalie Patton Jill Paul Janel Pauley Wendy Pauling Kathie Paullette Vince Pawlak Jenell Payne Laura Payne Brian Pearson Erik Pearson Jennifer Pelfrey Paul Pelham Daniel Pelland Shay Pedleton Tony Perozzi Brandy Peterson Dan Peterson Ken Petre Randy Petrie Debbie Petriekis Steve Petty Stephanie Phares JUNIORS 742 LMA .Q mi Drew Phillips Leslie Pinson Kevin Pittman Holly Dills John Plouffe Colin Poe Mark Pointer Sharon Powell Kay Powley Sueanne Prater Nicole Prather Stacy Preiser Carrie Price Sophia Prince Sigurd Proufit Holly Pugh Sherri Punturi Dana Rabenold Brent Radcliff Kathy Rader Teri Radoccia Katie Rafferty Mike Rambole Patti Reddy Christine Redington Dave Reed Janet Regan Michelle Reiner Lindy Reisner Rudy Reyes Susie Reyes Sylvia Reyes Dina Rezzonico Ernie Rhine Kevin Rice Pace Riggs Sharon Ritchie Angie Roberts Chris Roberts Stacia Roberts Mike Rochelle Joey Rodrigues Lori Rodriguez Phill Roehrig Angela Rolfe Heather Rollins Tom Romero Kim Romo Brad Ronnow to Jilifli 743 Bob Rosania Margaret Rose Alicia Roths Sherri Rubeck Jett Ruby Larisa Ruebsamen Donna Russell Amy Ryan Dennis Ryan Mychelle Rychener Kim Sadler Rochelle Salamone Clara Salvo Danny Samarjian Macon Sammons Regina Sampaga Michelle Samplin Lisa Sanders Paul Sanders Steve Sanders Bob Santa Maria Heather Santeford Rochelle Satterfield Bobbi Sauter Chris Sauvola Sheri Scarpati James Schafer Bill Schaut Kevin Schenck Sherry Sohmerfeld Joleen Schmidt Robert Schoenbrunn Florian Scholz Dave Schwartz Michael Schwoerer Chris Scott Deana Scott M Donnie Scott Melisa Scott David Scratano Shelly Seale Shannon Seare Brett Sears Jim Sechrist David Setzkorn Valerie Shain Jennifer Shannon Stephanie Sharp Brad Shea JUNIORS 711: 1 , ff ' W!! ,.,. 3, f ' Q 'iw I yn i ynf ffm W 4 JV, 'fn 4 9 'ff f , ill if W OW gli? X , f W ff ' W! 2 w ill I X Afzm 16 intl, aft ga f' +1 av .,! ,Qzll:, ff! ,f v ffiv f ff WZV' J, yi .t, fmfwwz 5342294 'ff Q i I , it ,I , 1 . f'?,1f5f i" . ' hffff. 7 , ' 1 f ,ffl X A Q ,g QW 44 5 f , Y W ff,f, ry- ' 1 1 ',"'i' il .5 Kzwgk, I, Bi ww , 24' aff ' r W ff V77 ff"-,ff 3:17, ff' by W, , " 1 wwffwf ' fz f , f ,, ff QQ 'ff' ZZ! !Ay ! fW Q 2 u : ,,f- pl ,ff if VX ' i ' if O f ZZ eg: aff X ' 1 fi ff ,l gf ff uf fl Q0 Q 1 f , 1 v f 1 f 7 052 y , , 4' f A , l ,Vf '42il,A:iWz. J' 744 tai A my K any ,A i,,. I q ff i K4 gli f WMM, , ,Myra L1 I t'tt f L f ,I 1 f ff X of ff I 1 4 ,f , l , 2 ff f eff ! i . 4 fd 1 f MW if ff ,fl ff Z MW: , ,..f,rr'4im.-.Q r f ,V 7 .. - mf 5' ' stiff! 4' 4 , ,fx f jj 1 1 2' , 5 'XZ , gl' , X 1 7 'lf 25 W f Z f it ff ff' , of f 5' z uname g -f litt 6!?f50 1 ' ff f ff,-f 4 . ,I I f, ' ,fffqg I ,fy W I , , X f f fy 7 J i 1 ff f 1 " j z X Z , Z ,, if S , ,pf . i i,li ' Z If M M , WX7 ,ff Q iglf' ff W1 af f 1 M44 f fl! , , ggljgg y y 42 2, ' i 7 , Y y wf f' .gf W fi W ' MZ! Zf f X ff , X Y 5' iff. l i i , it 'S sg cw Mike Sheehan Michelle Shelley Jamie Shirritt Steve Shroufe Mike Shumway Marianne Skinkle Michelle Slaughter Laura Sloan Jamie Slocum Deanna Smarsh Barb Smith Brent Smith Dana Smith Jennifer Smith Lance Smyth Jackie Sollish Jesse Souza Tim Speaks Tim Spence Paul Spurgeon Charlene Spurling Chris Spurlock Jeremy Stahl Tricia Stanfill Darlene Stanley Lisa Starr Amy Staser Corrina Stearns Cynthia Stec Douglas Steele Heather Stephens Anna Stevens Annette Stevens Vikki Stevens Robert Stokes Frank Stringi Mark Stroup Kelly Stulce Stefanee Stull Flon Stutzman Isaac Suarez Kris Suits Sis Sunclberg Jodie Sutter Eric Swanson Alex Swider Gina Swift Eric Sygrove Michael Szczepaniak JUNIORS LMA 4 mi 745 Carrie Ann Talbot Lance Talley Rich Tarzia Damian Tate Lisa Taylor Melisa Taylor Bryan Teague Steve Testa Judy Thayer Jennifer Thompson Jerry Thompson Mike Thompson Stacy Timko Manuel Timm Mike Tissier Carrie Tjiema James Tomes Phil Toole David Trantham Brett Truett Dawn Tudor Crystal Turczyn Chris Turley Tim Updike Amber Upton Leslie Usher Tammi VanFleet Wade Vanorder Andy Vansickle Flobert Vanasco Chad Vandenberg Lisa Vanderlip Cari Varela Frank Vargas Mark Vasquez Jeff Vaughn Jakub Vaura Yolanda Vegas Julie Vesely Clara Vestal Steve Vida Kenny Vietzen Sheila Villanueva Nguyetthu Vo Brenda Vogel Carolyn Volk Beth Volz Scott Wade Connie Wagaman JUNIORS 7-45' Lwa 41 rw E 2 fi? Andy Wagner Mecca Wagner Sheryl Wagner Stefani Wallin Kurt Walker Carol Ward Kim Ward Scott Watkins Sam Weatherford Ken Weber Christine Weeden Shawn Weidman Robb Weiland Kelli Welch Jodie Welsh Bill Wenzl Shelley Wenzl Fiick Werking Vickie Wesson Jason West Jennifer West Darlene Wheelen Spring Whitley Jim White Joel White Stephanie White Tammy White Robert Wiery Shanelle Wiley Jennifer Willard Amanda Williams Brian Williams Kelly Williams Stella Williamson Chris Wilson Penny Wilson Stephanie Wilson Matt Witkowski Shari Wittenborn Bill Witthouse Wendy Woodlock Todd Woods Travis Woodsmall Denise Worchel Kevin Wray Christy Yim Carole Yingling Jeff York Steve Yeats X f X X X JUNIORS mlm 747 ' Flobert Abe Cindy Alexander Nannette Allen Bobby Antijunt Molly Avila Bob Bakken Kassie Bartlett Rachel Ballinger Tracey Bodine Paula Brakefleld Donald Bulmer Alisa Burns Paul Bylbie Sue Chambless Travis Childress Ashlee Churchely Lynn Clark Troy Claunch Lesa Cleland Tammy Clause Misty Cochran Phillip Coe Lisa Cole Terri Cook Bobert Cound Lisa Crawford Cindy Diamond Heather Dominik Sherry Ewald Stacie Farrow Stacey Felice Sherry Ferdna Danny Fowler Jennifer Francies Stacey Frate JUNIOFFS 748 LMA at my Adrian Young Scott Yzquierdo Jett Zeigner Jamee Zernbry Paul Zubel John Zumwalt ADDITIONAL STUDENTS We UZ? " 'ff 'l'-'ih ' 1 .l ' f-'ws X Www' NS A l A , PDL ' v fffrwq .. - za:--. .. 5 . tg: tx ,c.x.fi,t. .M ez., , , ',-,,t'g 2 tp.s,:,,w f, W .,.l:-mfs ., , 1Ifa,gi,iXigv:.1 Q- 1 sg . .4 n '- , ec M. 91.2-,vw - 36 Q W 323 X aff? 5 ak s , , A 4? Yi Vk.,V .,.V 2? Q, .M .,.. 1' V .-. 1 -3.1-.4 9 - t ai' n - V - .-t, we V, 1. :ff , ffrtslq l . rw ,. 'K 1 W tt ,1 f , r D 2 95 522921 , if w. X fx l P . :1::11'.2'-' 5 'ix . 55 QHQI ...W +'s1Q.:,':,1,3 f:,...f-tw 1g,1Q::11Qt,Xg.- 5.'-':m-'gf4:::,f:- -1.5 1. Q: f gs:-,yi ,W 1.51W""X,g ' .,,. +' - ' 3 ' 5 ' -. tg:-.1111 ffvl ' i -5 Lg: 0. M .1 We 33:5 4 J. it . . .XF 3 " 6:55 -N ' ' xg ., X -- W 1 Zig: . ' mf .- 1 f BNSF . , 'Q -5-gift fx fs X i lixil 5-Q.-f'i.ei:r"W?:'14+ fitf- Q t.fQ..'f- .Sn if" ' ef-32-: ig : we - . "EN , M 1. -:pu . i .31 2,1-' A . .,., . cs. ,,., Q. mf f iwj 9 x egg ,WW xi: Q it Q 5 31" as JL 1 5 K g .p-M, .-tags: . in ft.. ' A , QW" ,kin 3 3' PQ S vs ,, Q' ' 3 Jv- QZY X N, +L 1 r '? 1 4 4 y Q v i '72, . i i 11 -Qj QW., .WN J-tmwv fi .Q " - J 9 x 35.7, ff ,, . I Rhonda Frick Jason Garrett Anthony Garza Steve George Michele Golding Jason Hammar Chris Hester Jerry Homberd Jennifer Hooks Susie Houle Stephen Iker Sharon Jaramiilo Julie Johns Danny Kamrar Stacy Kimeo David Kramer Eddie Larnpinen Anne Law Jennifer Langford Nate Leatherwood Christina Leon Desiree Lopez Flon Lopez Jason Lozano Cheri Magsam Cindy Maynard Lydia Mininchelli Milano Mosh Dave Mustaine Shawna Neal Cynthia Ong Manny Ortiz Wes Parker S Andrea Palmeri Dan Peterson Ken Petre Debbie Petriekis Kevin Pittman Kellie Ponczko Dorina Porras Nicole Prather Stacy Preiser Curtis Pyle Alan Rockey Dina Rezzonico Serena Ryerson Clara Salvo Brian Sawyer Mike Settle JUNIOFYS LM zz mi 749 Jamie Shirritt Paul Spurgeon Tammy Stanton Marissa Stiteler Shannon Stone Tracy Strickland Lisa Sulavka Rich Sylvester Melanie Thiel Jennifer Thompson Heather Tinnon Carrie Tjiema Kari Tornquist Dawn Trongo Andy Vansickle Dave Voigt Connie Wagaman Stefani Wallin Michelle Walls Ellsworth Watson Rudd Wiechens 9054 'Z' X 17" 571, cj I 0 f f if . 24 ' 7 " fr! , , f ' I , f Q. wwf . ,ff 1-fi, fy 7174 vi I 7 'J if 1 wp 43221 f 2 fr, 4, fi! f ff! f ff' ! f X 19 6 I A W ff? fff f f f 'V 4 X, f Af 4 , cgi 4. If W ff af 44 ,gg 1 f W f ,f ,5 4 W iv 14, 4 , 4 0 3 f f I f f 'r f 1 9? '4,, 2 ,' 1 .5 ' ' A ' ' ' - .. , ff ,,q'. :.-,.,gw'?"f'2Q E . A . . ,., ,Q ..,Wf,,M , . 5 fi'i Z f f 1 7, wa, 5 W ' If J ,," it,i f ff. V, , x a 1 Q i f il A ' ""f '51M'5 1 V "0 54732-.I73fEIf'ffl Z isii i,tyt f 5 ZTLQ 3297! W: ' Wi l." fa '5 fi 4 f.i. f. .f .,. , ., ., .. 1 Q - r 1 Q5 f ,A . I . I f ff f f dig! V f r ,, if f f f 51374 3 f v4 , X f j ,Z ' , 1 L , Q, X , 6 . . 'Q' 't A' 'i 1 f . an . E GIRL DREAMS DF BROADWAY f you see a petite fe- male, hiding behind her long brown and blonde hair, you've found Deana Scott, ju- nior. Deana is currently a dance 5-6 student here at Deer Valley and her class was taught by Miss Meyers. She says her favorite type of dance is ballet then tap. Deana took classes at THE DANCE Sl-IOPPE which is located at 19th and Bell. The classes she took included ballet, modern, and tap. Some major influences for her are, Mikel Barish- nakov and Gene Kelly. When asked what she JUNIORS wanted to do after graduation, she replied, "When l graduate, l want to attend the Uni- versity of Southern Cali- fornia or the University of Los Angeles and re- ceive a masters degree in dance. Her ambition is to dance on Broadway. But if that doesn't happen, she would like to be a chor- eographer. On weekends and in her spare time, she likes to attend football games, school dances, go shop- ping and go to Chapter 11. Concentrating on her next dance performance, Deana Scott takes time out for the SOARING camera. 750 Lai 41 mi ' 12.73 71174 ' f 122522 15 T trirr , ' . i'-' Lg ig. , 'f f ' 5' ' Q t- JVQH ,t .,,.. 9' if If -24. N, Www 1 Kelly Williams S 4 , H , fy ,,f,f5,,4,, 5 ,I Q I .7 yf pe, Jason Meeker was always happy and had a great out look on llfe Here he IS havrng a good time sledding ln the snow In memorial, Craig Larsen beloved student and athlete SADDENED SCHOOL HEMEIVIBEHS FRIENDLY STUDENT ason Meeker Class of 1988 died In a motorcycle accident June 19 1986 ln Fllver srde Callfornla Jason was vrsltlng hrs fa ther at the time Hrs broth er Matthew was also kllled lMatthew dld not attend Deer Valleyl Jason was a tune student whose hobbres Included huntlng flshlng camplng and baseball He learned how to slalom sk: last summer and was qulte good and Jason was also fond of drawlng He planned to attend col lege upon graduatlon Jason wlll be sorely mrssed by hrs famlly friends and everyone on campus He was very spe clal and hrs memory will lrve on forever IN IVIEIVIOHY WITH LOVE tartlng varsuty foot ball defenslve end Craig Larsen IUDIOV died August 28 1986 during practlce It happened about twen ty minutes Into the prac tice sand Coach Tony Valenzuela Doctors Indicated that Cralg dled ofa heart prob lem of unknown orlgln called ldlopathlc cardio myopathy To pay trlbute to Cralg members of the football team wore black arm bands, and Larsen's num ber 1439, on their helmets during the flrst game of the season The Skyhawks won the game Sophomore Jesse Garcia explalned We are going to wear hrs number on our helmets and a black arm band on our left arm for the rest of the season Crarg was one of Deer Val ley s flnest athletes and students and hrs example wrll be admired for years to come 1 1 , . 1 1 T 1 - - n - , 1 1 1 . . . - 1 1 y , ' ' sr - 1 Y I 1 1 ' 11 rr . ,, . , . 1 ' 1 1 Julee Agresta Danielle Albanesius John Albertson Eric Amsden Duane Anderson Michele Anderson Alicia Androvich Paul Arceneaux Steve Arra Tony Arvidson Kari Asti Lisa Aymann Clint Bailey Tara Balagat Pat Bardin Debbie Barendt Christina Barilla Jodi Barrett Peter Barrett Troy Barrett Angela Barthel Scott Baslee Sally Batten Susan Bendon Angie Bennett Karen Bennett Kole Benson Lynda Benton , W V9 .gm ' ' , 4 t .1 , ,, ,4,, r 'zip r ',fcff"5 7, , 'W if 5 ,494 7, Z ,4 4 K f ., M , rf f ,QV 7 f riff nun I L Top Flowg Mike Bishop, Susan Bendon, Kelly Mattson, Karen Schowerer, Wendy Pensinger, Bottom Rowg Kelly Wood, Jill Schlesiger, Danelle Geyer, Brian Cunningham, Diane Echols 752 igliigswi nw 1 Toini Beregszaszy Tricia Beresic Lana Berryman Bick Bice Theresa Bomgerg Jason Bonner Jason Booth Lisa Borth Hennie Bos Pam Bowman Veiva Bowman Steffen Boyda Tracy Boyer Jeff Brant Mike Brewer Brian Brown Jason Brown Kristen Buck Robert Brumbaugh Kristne Buck Lori Bulanowski Kim Bullis Shannon Burgess Danny Burke Tammy Burleson Cyndi Burnett Jennifer Burrell Shawn Busfield Tara Bushong Meladie Buttram Mimi Cable Sherry Cable Jenny Calder Tim Cancilla Adam Canter Vennie Capasso Elizabeth Capolong Crista Capp Tracy Cappello Pat Cardone Jason Carey Kristine Carr Brenda Casey Jackie Casperson Chris Cetwinski Donny Chatman Ben Childers Jay Ciulla Kassi Coleman rooffimiiflii 753 . i Tom Firth Devra Fitch John Fitzpatrick Jon Fleet Kim Fleming Jeff Fogel Danny Ford Joel Ford Abbey Forler Dede Forwood Gary Foster Heather Fraker Shelby Francom Susan Frate Jim Frazier Joe Frazier Jason Frisbie Kristi Frueh Chris Fuller Chris Furnifur Sally Gallant Jesse Garcia Michelle Garcia Danny Garman Jill Garner Bill Gates Kelly Geraghty Sean Geraghty Danelle Geyer Demetrius Gibbs Deanna Gill Tim Gobster Jolie Goncz Barbara Gonzale Chris Gorski Elena Gorut Laura Grado Amy Grashel Brenda Graves Adam Green Aaron Grote Scott Haggard Brenda Hall Christine Hall Matt Hallinan Jennifer Halstead Dustin Hamilton Shawna Hampson Renee Hards twiffiifii 755 Barry Hargrave Kim Harmon Amy Harris Marc Harris Eric Hasper Jennifer Hatcher Kristina Haynes Angela Hembree Julie Hemberg George Hemming Greg Henderson Steve Henriksen Bob Herndon Carri Hertozog David Hess Chrissie Heyberger Kevin Higgins Joaquin Hilton Jill Himmelstein Tom Hines Jeri Hite Julie Hodson John Houser Traci Hubenak Blake Hughes Jason Hughes Cylinda Huhn Scott Hunt Denice Hyde Todd Ingersoll Heather lngram Carolyn Irwin Aynur lsik Jeff Jansen Adam Jensen Jassica Jensen Matthew Jensen David Jess Traci Joanou Angelina Johnson Chad Johnson Frank Johnson Jerry Johnson Mark Johnson Troy Johnson Beth Jones Chadwick Jones Rebecca Juarez Andy Justice 15 6 iUMZEStz1.4f A PRIZE WINNING FLQAT he day before the competition the sophomore float had been tam- pered with, but that didn't stop them: the sophomores had worked hard getting ready for the homecoming. The float was a winner. The "Go Hawaiian" theme for this year's 1986 homecoming got the sopho- mores their first place award. The float was filled with all sorts of Ha- waiian trade marks, including erupting volcanos, palm trees, beach girls in grass skirts and leis, and throwing candy all at half time. "We had a lot of fun doing it. Even though the float got trashed, we pulled it together at the end," said sophomore Toby Thomas. X KVV, J ,f , V 1 2 f , f J ff. ,,,' f y mf' I 'ff Z' X gf, ,, V 3' ,,,, X N7 X f z,.fff,. I ' , ft'4 I I I .cdr T IA . Danny Karas Brian Katitch Kim Katz Heather Keaveney Darcy Kenney Felice Kent Steve Keoppel Keith Kerski Stacy Kimes Mike King John Kleist Scott Klose Brad Knott Robert Knotts Karen Kohnert Scott Kramer Deanna Kroll Michelle Krukovsky Carla Kucaba Gary Kuettel- Flandy LaFave Michelle Lafko Jason Lagasse Gary Landcaster Bruce Landini Jennifer Lane Damon Lansing Nicole LaRue t"'-,JZTIEI I 57 Amy Layman l Scot Leatherman Jennine Lichtenwalter Mark Light-orr Martha Lind Robert Lindsay Jeff Linnertz Penny Lippert Rodney Logerstedt Traci Logue Russell Longo Desiree Lopez Charles Lucas Tricia Maddux Maria Maglionico Griff Maguire Denise Mancini Tina Mancuso Troy Mangan Heather March Allyson Marcotte Lisa Marquez Peter Marthaler Beau Martin Brian Martinez Rosie Martinez Veronica Martinez Erin Mastriano 158 VZ -4 i 7 .:+ ' , gi if f Q ' f rf' 4 K , Z 1 NW 5 V4 ' fx M .1 7 fff 7 , W QW f BEING A SOPI-IOIVICDRE o be a sophomore is to have a little bit more freedom, you don't get treated as a fresh- man, but also don't get treated as a Senior. You may also be able to get away with some things but not a whole lot. This year is where you may start looking towards the future. - Tanzy Toves To me being a sophomore means three things to me, one of them is that l'm not a freshman anymore, the second thing is that l'm going to be an upperclass- men next year. The last reason is I finally get to drive! That is what being a sophomore means to me. -Lisa Espinosa To be a sophomore means two years left of high school. As long as l'm in tenth grade l will continue to be a lower classmen, therefore, not enhancing my ego but preserving my confidence. - Brad Knott After entering my sophomore year, l am one year closer to being a freshman in college which begins four more years of the educational cycle, which leads to more emotional despair and physical let down.- Rob Zelms M141 -, ' .vm .ue '54 J, , f if f .4 ' J fx if X , fx f'f' Z .',' wZ1vQL'C2 Mark Matthews Kelly Mattson Michelle Maxwell Gary McCarthy Irish McCarthy Cheri McConnell Cameo McDaniel Amy McGee Kelly McGinley Jodi McGoldrick Jesse McKinster Brad Mednick Karen Mennino Jack Metzler Dawn Meyer Tina Milb Curt Miller Debbie Miller Johnna Miller Shannon Mills Heather Mitchell Robert Mock Jennifer Molmod Steve Moncriett Dan Morales Tammy Morgan Julie Morgethal Mike Morra Brandon Morrell Jason Morrow Tracey Motsenbocker Adrian Moyer Jim Mullany Mike Muravion Tammy Murray Kenneth Nahodil Judd Neitzel Dang-Ha Nguyen Robin Noble Christal Norton Jennifer O'Connor James O'Neal Julie O'NeiI Matt Ogram Kevin Overman Mark Padletord Martin Palacios Christine Panaokia Angelina Paredes L-'-wifiiii 75 9 -X .N R A f M 2 2 1 eg 1 . t . A et aa? ,: 3 11' T ' Q3 ,. Joey Scott ...vw Craig Shirk Krista Smith Kevin Stein Cory Stem J Joe Stone f gf: . lr J , A ,i. ,V . .,.. J JT? .. Q' '35,-1:1-:,i tf Dan Swan Jeff Tackett Don Taylor Sean Taylor T Maria Tellez S 'cl t. it soPHoMoFfEs 1 7 LMI: A1 Tia! Nikki Schrader Chris Schuette Karen Schwoerer Josh Seeburger Aaron Sellers Dana Senese Jacalyn Serna Michael Serpe Joe Setzkorn Adam Severin Melissa Shelley Sandra Shepard Jason Shepherd Stephanie Shephard Deana Shephard Echo Sheppard Crystal Simeister Mary Simpson Heidi Sitzmann Roger Skalicky Jason Spears Carry Stevenson Wayne Stewart Natalie Stobo Shelley Stockdale Tanya Stratford Mike Stratton Cherrie Stricklett Megan Strong Sarah Stroup Rich Stuehling Gregg Stultz Jenny Sullivan Michell Swayzee Thomas Syme Terry Szczepaniak Joseph Taylor Allicia Tellez Shelley Teter Chris Thomas Fred Thomas Toby Thomas Shane Thompson Jett Thueringer Mike Thul Tracy Timm Tom Tipton Brian Tobin Brad Tomazic Kim Tonstad Tanzy Toves Kathy Trammell Tittani Tucci Wendy Unser Shelly Vandertoorn Larry Vanquathem Billie Vest Scott Villarreal Anne Vlcek Amy Vobbrlch Paul Wallace Amy Walters Fred Ward Wendy Ward Yan Ward Matt Warren Lisa Watkins Chad Webber Nicole Weiss Amy Wellendorf Kristie Westerman Meena Westtord Tim Wharton Tina Wheeler Vicki Whipps Shelly Whiticher David Whitmarsh Daniel Ulibarri Paul Wible Liz Wick Scott Wiley Julie Willis Tim Winklepleck Kelli Winters Stacie Winters Larry Woftord James Wood .,,,, , . .,,, , Ae Wyg X if fl'l l gl V , f f ,li ,f"' , W , f if ff A r WX f t lllllliivie ., l 42 11 . ,Z ll, llltli: it ' , :L W' V! if 571 X f, ff f fy ., Q ff ff , f 1 f f 7 lffn i f lui f ff 4 Q Z -' Q Q Q ,ZX f if f JW f 1 f f. e 752 filfffgizsi ii 7 1 iuliivsa X , 4 lillwgi Q atar ' , ll' ih liglii ,f'6f'Q-V " 'Z' l ' llflillf QM Wy - 1 jill, V- -,jf . ,,' liliiil e- A lgf v f ffi, fy M to ' Ann we ! A 1 f M, . ,ff - , F r ' ' 4. ,.,', Qqfyf f 2 fi? fff X If if , , f , W 7 5 f 6 f ig AW? W 1 , if ll fl llli f ,, 'V 'Q Q ,246 1 T ' , ,, gf 1:4 5? .4- ff? l W' ' ' Z, ,X X f 4 X W K A' f , W f ' ,mf f W f r Vff f, 7X yjyfyj , X ,fo 4 7, V N , I fa ,,,f If 'WZZ7' ZW! , ' y yyff f 45 4 y y fn ff 4' ff, gym N y wid, f 7 ff 1 I f M, f fy, X? f' if f 5 , P'-f"" jpyf . he ',f, ,074 ff ,ff 1, f,2f'Y , T y ,li, Q15 T W, wff, 3t, V fif f' 1 M 5 ,I I ,f z My if A it - I f W i Qi R' 5 t 15 X ' ' ,X 0 '1' .f ff ,mv ,A f 5 , hw +1 ' ' fr 3 . J., k gg of +54 . 1 A " i ..-451.gif x tp -ma 13 . .-1 1, its - f .- . 1,,. f -. P-f 2' sf. X ,Q 5017-ii-'I?'f t , lk 4 A 5 ' , L3 - 1- , - - XV I-Q 'Qtr' 1--fi 1. 1 ' - . . V1"2:i.t 5 1 Q - 'Q fix .gf V 5. X... 5 E-ki SGPHOIVICRE SWIIVIS TC EXCELLENCE efore moving to Arizona from Minnesota in 1980 Sean Geraghty, sopho- more was on a swim team called the Pigeons. For the two years that he was with them he won 40 ribbons, 20 trophies, 35 medals and 20 certificates. Considering that he was not yet seven this was quite an achievement. After moving to Arizona he started to swim at Glendale Community College. He joined the team Gau- chos, and for four years they were number one in the state. With the help of his three coaches: Bill, Charlie and Bud he mastered his strokes. His favor- ites are the freestyle and but- terfly strokes. He has received national recognition in setting re- cords in the 100 yard, 100 meter, 50 yard, 50 meter, and the 200 yard. He has competed in differ- ent states such as California, Texas and all over Arizona. "I have won many awards," states Sean, "They number in the 100's, and although l've thought about the Olympics and I love my sport very much, l've decided to stop competing for a while. lvlay- be someday l'll go back to swim- ming, but for now, no." SOPHOMORES Kelly Wood Sheri Woods Heidi Wright Debbie Yackley April Yee Kim Young Tori Young Lisa Yuzuik Robert Zelms Angela Zumpf Jennie Zumstein zxm-rat 753 764 Jennifer Abbott Nicole Abello Jason Aokman Flint Adams Matt Ade Di'Anna Albert Jason Alexander Scott Allert Jennifer Almeida Carrie Anderson Christine Andre Todd Andrews Anthony Aranda William Axtell Mike Baca Bonnie Bagby Angie Bainter Brian Bauer Martin Bautista Tabitha Bay Matthew Bayes Alex Beaver Dawn Bellingham Julie Belluomo Joey Benedetto Jeff Bennington Anthony Berardi Joseph Berardi Darryl Bevan Elyse Bieszk Lanna Bishop Jason Blair Steve Blake Michael Boring Christine Bouoek Tim Boyd Sharma Brandenburg Jennifer Brandt Kristine Braudrick Jennifer Brost Steve Brust Beth Bruyn Alan Bryson Dan Burkhardt Bindi Burns Joanna Butt Corey Buzard Kara Bynum Cathy Calder LMI: A1 T4-4' I 2. ' E:-if". 'L of at 2. .,.. A 'W E 'L'-if.. , 1- fu,-. ,ff -' W' ' A Lff yfi H4 iff, " 1 , ' 'fl 111 ,. 'g2.gg::.svs'vsgx:--' Yizliw f - 16::a?L't'1f'f L"E'?:f Q1 55ig9'5,Egg1f ., , V,V, ,,, I 0 va A 4 A- 42" ,, ag? 753'-i ser? " t xg 52 '5' sf 4' Ov , J X, 2 C wi K . ,M 2255 A ,QM , Q y v 1 Q We C., X0 4' in K Il. 0 l y . C lA, - J , 7 ,, .. 1e".'+1 112, V' Qftsitiiw st t :X X r , , .,.. . ,.-, ffl'-11' , xfii'gQSN -.'x rss J , N Q N xx Q X xx Q x Q' , it W H Keith Calvert Amy Cann Anthony Carioscia Eron Carlston Denise Carr Rainy Carstens Samantha Cassel Bellena Cassidy Shauna Causey Terra Caylor Marty Chamberlin Larry Chapman Robert Chase Danielle Chavez Cayle Chettinger Brian Chrisman Corey Christiansen Diane Christina Marjorie Cline Danny Cloud Renae Coates Athena Cochrane Cassandra Cole Raeni Coleton Kevin Colussi David Comstock Edward Cons Jennifer Cooper Mike Cowles Chris Criner Barbara Culp Tom Darga Scott Davidson Julie Davy Tonya De Peo Mike Debord Brandy Deleon Jennifer Delucia Tracy Dentrernont Heather Diamanti Angie Diloreto David Dirocco Donovan Dixon Shad Donnell Jeff Dotson Kim Dugo David Dunn Michael Dunn Lisa Duport to ifgilifii 755 Julie Durham Robert Durkin Eric Durst Scott Duston Stephanie Dyer Robert Eager Troy Edwards Sean Elcock Joy Emert Amy Empeno Neil Endresen Tami Esterline April Esveld Mike Faith Gina Farrell Chris Ferguson Danette Ferguson Jeff Ferguson Mike Ferguson Kelli Fielding James Fields Jennifer Flannery Jennifer Fleser Kelly Fleszar Byron Flippo Shannon Forshey Martin Fox Matt Franklin Ellen Franzen Jake Fremont Michelle Frey Sherri Fuson Deni Gaines Michael Gallegos Joshua Gardner Susanne Garsed Gina Geisel Angi Gerace Flob Giffin Benjamin Giguere Kim Goebel Laura Goethe Chris Gonshak Paul Goscenski Kristin Graham Jeff Green Chuck Greggo Jamie Gries Paul Griffith FRESHMEN 3 ?f if 1, rrsrl it tfrs , ' J 4-'t ai. 4, ,f f f fif 2' ff' ff Z! ff , P fr., K. rri f "" W - ' ' ffi7lf:,'fiiZ? 'H' ,WV git '," l flrt .- V 5 ' J :,, gf fyrs , Ti lg f f,.t li 5 l 'f', , i f . ir i itil lrr ii if j Cgzgff gf f J kr,t F rn. .M-hY Y W, A, f f W? ,f X, fffig ,W J Mfg if F 5 r 3 , uflii gf 1' 1 V, it ' 'l " r , P All ri, ' 5.1 if' H ' W, Z" f"l'1.L '11 ,, , jf -ffa ' jf i ,Z f jf' if ,P'7f,26' ' 4 sa ',. . . .,f. ..,.. ' ' ff ' , 765 to ,J W - l 1 1 l - S 1 3 1 Becca Grocott lvlarcella Gueli Steven Gusenius Leanne Guthrie Christine Haddon John Hadley Jonathan Halverson Kell Hammer T Melanie Hards r Gloria Hargrave Lori Harmon Kim Hastings 1-',f A A": D313 Hawk . . .,.. X ,.-, N X , . l , , -W, Swiygif t . V -s'z,zsz.1ia2-2:2 vt 42, ,, s N Q v 0 C is Q xv? W X 1 HSZYQ 9 R , M g , K 1 1 Q f t +1 it K X X 6, M ,S A ,K X f X 4 4 Q1 i x xt r T T 2yirg1a,:ag as . ' J 5544 51 'f 1 S if I f 'Lf- 3i?EfE'i:'1 f xr' T - f:1.-.iz -f:ff'f4:--- . 53.1-gf vel lisa wgaaisas-J - f- : -' . Q Eff: f' . . 1:4 2' i 19? .Mi 2 PRESIDENT SI-IGVVS LEADERSHIP racey Kieselbach, freshman, started ott her first year in high school in a rather large way: as President of the freshman student body. "I wanted to meet people and get really involved in my school, and student government seemed the best way to do it.", she said. Apparently it was, for on September ninth, Tracey was elected as the president of the class ot '90, This was not Tracey's first experience in student government activities. t'ln seventh grade, l was a representa- tive and in eighth grade l had been elected Vice-President." Her back- ground shows that Tracey pos- sesses the experience and leader- ship qualities tor the job of class president. "I wanted to get the freshman more involved in what goes on in their school, and to help it out in any way possible.", Tracey replied when asked why she wanted to become president. Tracey also said that she planned to stay involved with stu- dent government the remainder ot her high school years. Jenny Haynes Jill Heemstra Thomas Hilb I Jennifer Hillstrom Doreen Hines Richard Hinshaw John Hlaing Christina Hobi Holly Hofman Rob Hood Brian Horine Lori Horn I Ryan Horrall tl-,r - - gli : -'1 '.'r, t...-.z . V I . Qi-fi M Geoff Horvath mm- 1.t - -32 ,. Freshman Tracey Kieselbach hopes to bring leadership experience to her position as class president. -'tat 7 6 7 Linda Hossack Renae Hotchkiss Brian Huber Denise Huddleston Dustin Hudock Tina Huggins Bryan Hughes Jett Hughes Nicoya Huntsman Betty Hutchison Adelle lmm Mike Ingersoll Paul Ingersoll Beth Ingram Kristine lmming Danny lvarson Cheryl lwinski Chastity Jackson Marcey Jackson Ruby Jim Danielle Joaquin Eric Johnson Christie Jordan Julie Jordan Bryan Jorgenson Chris Judson Eddie Kabello Patrick Kallestad Jennifer Katz Ronnie Katzke Jeffery Kay Shannon Keel Maureen Keelen Suzanne Kelly Tracey Kieselbach Carrie Kimes Laura Kitterman Brad Knight Duane Knipp Heather Knipp Chris Kohler Brad Koski Bill Krukovsky Dave LaBounty Laura La Febre Jason Lalfia Michelle LaJole Michael Lamberto Angie Lancaster 7 68 W Craig Lang Jack LaRue Amy Lee Patricia Leonard Mike Leslie Robin Levvisc Hillary Listiak Sonia Lopez Jennifer Lucas Fred Luna Lenny Lutes Brian MacDonald we sw! U ,951 .sg w.,,,., .,.,..,, X. N XM s 4 A N7 Se y ANL, ,Q W X at X ,J , , ,, Q N 8 KX if 42, A Cecil Mac Pherson Matthew Mallon Sean Malone Sheli Malone Kari Maniag Jeff Mann Josh Martin Stacy Martin Camille Maselli Shelley Matz Anne Maul Kelly May Aron McCabe Judy McCaigue , I gy-1 ,aw - Q wggigfegi-gfl Jason McCall Mike Mc Clure if 3 45+ Q 'Q . 'il' L" 12 '-Qi:ff5Z5551E:3f'5:Q2 X4 ','v9,,,., Q' Y Q , J f 9 wt QW 2, xv--.N X "' Tia McCluskey Kerri McConnell Anthony McCormack Maria McCoy QM Jill McDermott Shannon McDowell Malary McGraw Jennifer McGuigen Andrea McKenzie Stacy McLaughlin Renea McPike Cathy McVey David McVVhorten Andrea McWilliams Ray Mellott Chris Mickelson Tara Militano Bryan Miller Kevin Miller ifiiii 769 Jennifer McKelvey I Lisa McLarty ' l F i 1 I 1 1 1 FRESI-IIVIEN ashing! Rinsing! Shining! On November 8, 1986 the freshman class held a car wash on 35th and Peoria. I The purpose for the fund-raising car I wash was to raise money for the , class of '9O. The car wash had been organized by the student officers and it was very successful because of the great turnout. I The freshman raised approximately I one hundred and seventy dollars. The car wash started at about 9:00 Washing and scrubbing can be worth while activities when it am. and ended about 1:00 plmi helps your class make money. Kim Goebel, Lanna Bishop, and Maureen Keelen assist at the I freshman car wash, Kelly Mitchell Robyn Mitchell Brenda Montiio Andrea Morici Brian Moyer Scott Murphy Danny Musick Anne Nahodil Cathy Nesbitt Kristy Neumann Mike Norde David Norwood Sean O'Connor Sean O'FarreIl Erika Ofori-Kyei Aaron Ogden Becky Ogden Drew Olsen Chris Olson Matt Olson Ronald Onate Karen Oshall Steve Page Tiffany Palmer Jim Pape Jim Parker Robin Parrish Joel Patterson PRES!-IMEN 770 mam! ?V?' wWf7VWW af9Q?Af 444 T A i l l CLEAN UP When asked what she thought of the car wash, Tracey Kieselbach, freshman class president replied, "Overall we thought that the car wash was a great success. We all had a lot of fun getting wet and earning money." The money from all of the fund-rais- ers will goto support class activities in the future, such as the prom, field trips, equipment, and other impor- tant class needs. A second car wash was held on No- vember 22nd. lt was very success- ful .,,ff"-w WA , f ff fl ff f fw ' , fif , f , 2 If . . ,.,,,ff I . l l i , i l l l HEL... . WW' WWW M " f ' af-A ' liek . f y fy !! X 1 Q f , , 7 4' 2 f 'V i f I li HW '19 1 M 47 f ff igff if .l. N . . , 3 AQ7,,,f.f5,fz,A,Q, Waaayaaaaaa , fkgyyf wgyfgf f ,f Q f W 4 . Z, 1 .. fy? 'il ll T 1 gm,-ffwfffff My it Zaawftaa ' f WWA . ,ff ,hyfdf ,i. . ' iii: T n Wgfgjgiigillii j 13, 4 iii , ff f0 1 V. ', 'ff Yelp? f'i, il W , 0' Y 2 . My , 1 , QM by fav? f ff fwigf f W W Mwf my Zawaf W f' f 4 ff I4 lffgif '53 JW- fi? tiff' i l l -Il? , . QE' . ,. Q. . A' Qt .tt Q K Scott Pebler Noah Peery Rachel Peterson Son Phan Cher Piercy Stacy Ploutfe Paul Polesky Vicky Polzin Kerry Ponczko Pat Portertield Chris Posa Mlsti Proudtit Howard Pulver Lisa Pursell Lori Puype Mark Radick Steven Ralph Scott Raney Kari Ratke Chris Reed Patrick Reier Michelle Reirnan Jason Renaud Pete Repo Don Rhine Melinda Rivera Melissa Rivera Larissa Roberts Dean Rodrigues Jett Roether Erik Rosander Trayce Rossum Billy Rubash Torn Ryan Kyle Saad Cathy Sadler Michael Sager Paul Salazar Joey Saputo Sandy Scavuzzo Katie Schmersahl Sidney Schoelier Trae Schultz Denise Schulz Mike Schwartz Jennifer Schwoerer Scott Dustin Tammy Scott Renee Serino -ingot lfizfff 77 7 Heather Shannon Samantha Shasteen Michelle Shaw Alison Shea Jason Sheley William Sherwood Jennifer Shrum Ameet Shukla Aaron Siebert Pauline Simmons Tom Simpson Elizabeth Slaughter Jennifer Smith Kenny Smith Mike Smith Chad Speaks Mike Spencer Kevin Spriggs Monte Spross Joe Stam Lisa Stanek Mark Stanley Diana Steinman Chad Stephens Heather Stevenson Amy Stewart Jeff Stewart Tim Stewart Tom Stockdale Malinda Stratton Chris Strickland Felicia Strickland Bryan Summers Cindy Super Brian Sutter McKinley Sydnor Tiffany Talbot Rob Taylor Stephanie Teel Donny Tellefsen Marcella Thiel Tanya Thies Amy Thomas Toby Thomas Kari Thompson Heidi Tilley Tifney Tipton Lance Tolle Jennifer Torre 772 my fi ff , ff' Richard Toves Joe Travagio Kien Truong Shane Turley Bill Turner Todd Underwood Rick Valentyn Jeff Valunas Jay Van Quathem I Joe Varela Heidi VonHolten Brett vom ' Jett Wagner I Angie Waligora I Lee Ann Wallace Doug Ward I James Ward Jeannie Washington - Jason Washo , David Watson Shawna Weber I Melissa Westney Chriss Wheeler Audra White Eric Whitman I Brian Wildon Wyatt Williams . . I Aaron Williamson James Williamson Stacey Willis Jamie Winburne Lori Wisehart I Chris Witkowski Matt Woodward Renee Wright I I Tobin Wynn Bill Yancey I Sharon Yancey Jeff Yzquierdo I Heather Zeiger r, 773 MM. H94 Liga x fx .5 f. ,M -Zgggy 41,6-2 -4, I ,Wx L f 297.3 f ,, Y N- f--f ww7 N,...,m1szmexr:.+pggm ff J ,fun wg r Coach Valenzuela talks to a referee ' about a cali made during a game. i i Senior, Buddy Bugh, focuses on the game as he tends to an injury, r Helping teammate Mike Tedeschi tackle the opposing teamrmembers is Jeff York, Junior. 1 6 FALL FOQTBALL ENN FRANCE MARKS GFZIDDERS' SEASON he grapplers record may be deceiving. lt9it's a question of potential, head coach Tony Valenzuela has the answer for you." ln certain ballgames we played up to our potential. At times we looked great, like a super team, and at times we look like we dont know what we're doing." A , Quarterback Nick Portonova senior, gives ,his views on four years of football. "l had a good four years in football atDeer Valley. tliyenjoyed high school and will miss the jfLin-very much. l would like tothankalllfthe l coaches and the teachers toreljthe good , High school is afun pilaceyftoigbe it's time to hit the real worlqj? g,ri, sgili il l Portnova, Senior, looks to ilii A fi11d ,fi3II,QigQpeligfii ifeiiliimate' A iti 1 2 irldi L Ray, Senior, is , r, Qppfihents during an offensive play., rs r fl g Qjgg yi, ,ll i A fi . , , 1' D TQ A L g, i ,A Exim fy. 4 rss,, 1 .,iti ,,,, L 15 ,i , L .1 L . ff FALL FOOTBALL , 177 i l MIXED EMDTIONS REFLECT GN TYING SEASON he Varsity football team broke even with a 5-5 record this season. The Skyhawks played well as they shut out Corona del Sol 7-O in the season opener. Matt Witkowski, junior received an eight yard pass from quarter back Nick Portonova, senior in the endzone marking the Skyhawks first victory of the season. Four more victories surfaced after Deer Valley's slaying of the Aztecs. Perhaps the most heartfelt or emotional victory was against Greenway Q21-125. "Greenway was a game we had to win." Since Greenway is right next door, they are one of our biggest rivals. "Greenway was a game we had to win. The game determined who has bragging rights in the pizza parlor that year." Quipped head coach Tony Valenzuela. Perhaps the closest game of the season was the infamous Apollo-Deer Valley game. The Skyhawks and Hawks were in a neck and neck competition for the win. Q14-141. As the clock ticked off the min- utes into overtime, Apollo stood victori- ous. NOT by scoring a touchdown, or even kicking a field goal, but by gaining three more yards than the Skyhawks. The final score was, Q15-141. Bobby Santa Maria, junior was quoted saying , "We did good, but we could of done better." Joe Torres, Senior, runs toward a gang ot Skyhawks that are crushing a Corona Aztec. VARSITY FOOTBALL 778 Lwmtatf l 486 Howard Karner is blocking a punt against the opponent Horizon. Kirk Wittenburger, senior, and Buddy Bugh, senior, take a quiet moment out during a game. I 1 ! -Q...-lg ,pw I '4 ,vw QUICK START sseins sEAsoN he junior varsity football team end- ed the season with a 3-6 record. Head coach Don Cline stated that "The team has had a strong season as a whole." The strong players of the season included Andy Mcllveen, Scott Villareal, and Vinne Capasso. At the game against Brophy, Vinne Ca- passo ran a 65 yard kickoff return for a touchdown return. According to Coach Valenzuela, the fol- lowing players look promising: Jerry Da- vis, Scott Villereal, Vinnie Capasso and Cari Stevenson to name a few. The freshman football team accom- plished more than is reflected on their record. Head coach Flint Swerdfeger quipped "Our record wasn't very good, but we improved a tremendous amount, and the players never quit." The recipients of awards this season are as follows: Chris Reed and Ed Cons as best defensive players, Kevin Miller and Matt Bayus for most improved players, and the coaches award went to Noah Peery. Ed Cons gave his opinion on the season as, "Fine, l mean we achieved our goals, most of them through the season and we all tried our hardest. We enjoyed the sea- son." A Freshmen Football. Froniififrovw Tobin Wynn, Kevin Miller, Anthony Cariosia,YManager Misty Cochran, Joey Benedettog Steve Page, .',f Jeff Green. ,Second Row' Mike Faith, DrewlVOlsen, Flint. Adams, David Comstock, Aaron tvviliiarnm son, Eric Qlohnson, Tony Aranda. Thifd ROWQ cms need, Noah Peery, Brafndbn Jvhnson, MikefLeslie,fChris Kohle-r,HSean Matonet Foqrthf From Jason Washo, Chris Michelson, A Matt Bayes, Mike Gayagos, DanMusick,. Ed Cons, Shane Turley. Back F'ow:5Coacn Swerdfeger, A 'Mjke Sager, Tom Hilb, Scott Davtdson, :Coach f Barnes SCOREBOARD Q0 7, Apollo Greenway Brophy Thunderbird Moon Valley St Marys Horizon 5 i r e Scott Villereal, sophomore, punts the ball to send it streaming. During the Greenway game freshmen Coach Lemons holds his head as the op- posing team makes a play. 4 I 'Af JK' -W I My , , f' ,W H, ,f ,WW tj, fn ,, ,ff f W Worr' M nf fn ff ff ' , . 5 I ' , ' I. r , ' K. , I f r V I fy ,, f 5 W Q QW 7 fi. W ogg, ' :fu HQ rf f ,W ff ,' 4, 4 ,W f' QI, gf' Q 5 48 0 41 0 14 0 39 1 ' A 0 27 0 32 . ' 5 28 ' A . A rtrt .,t2 FFIESHMAN FOOTBALL 780 1.004 41 for 2 ,,,,,,. ,, .V ff , , , 14 'wif 'W 'ji ,. f .. ,, ,, , M I 14 - -9 ,,,, V - ff f0",f." :f:.21p'.31:,CX2i,1L3,g'1f1'11 ',ff, Q 11':1i'5 ,'L,', 1'i'ti,L V' 'f ',,'V, 5 M VVVVI Vllf if I T f . ,, 1 ,1 1 . f The Junior Varsity team looks alert and Noah Peery, freshman, an offensive ready to score, as they hike the ball in the player, pushes his Greenway opponent as Shadow Mountain game. he runs for those two points. Junior Varsity Football Front Row Paul Carv F- 0 T er Dan Swan Andy Mcllveen Brenda Dunn Mgr Jxll Hartenstein Mgr Cathy Roarrk Mgr James Chatman Rod Horn Jim Dempsey Sec ond How Chet Morasoh Randy l.aFave Jason l.aGasse Rick Hobson Steffen Boyda Paul WI ble Rich Atton Dan Ulibant Thzro' Row Dave Krttleson Matt Warren Travis Woodsmall Jerry Davis Jason Hughes Deano Cowan Dave Koepple Fourth Row Donnie Ohatman Mike Hawkes Carry Stevenson Pace Riggs Jim White Scott Vlllereal Vrnnie Capasso Top Row Don Cline Coach Jeff Ruby Mark Pointer Gary McCarthy Jason Crawford Mark Finney Art Taylor Coach SCOREBOARD Q3 61 Camelback Apollo Greenway 6 7 Goldwater 7 3 Thunderbird 14 21 Moon Valley 12 36 St Mary's 7 13 Horizon 15 36 Brophy JV FOOTBALL 8 7 La-04 az 7414! ',,L 3 'V K' , X' I - fr Af I I ' ,V .Y in 1 , ' . , ' I, , I I ", Z. , V, , I, K , I , lt, , rf V' 'V - A llrf '.',li, ' I X, L r w ', , ' V V ' ', r , ' f "4 I . ' 7 ' Is -,V ,, 41 ,' V ' , , K 1 r , , 1' 'V I 1 U l V , , , . . ' ' l 1, ' Q . ' . . ' , f ' Y, F' , 'LV V, V ll 6 f ' Vs r Q V1 , , ., ,, ,, I ' l V , I I , - i by l 19 l 6 r V, G 30 12 V 12 30 nvolvement brings win he football spiritline is cheering its way to victory with help from its sponsor, Robert Sarjeant. "Sponsoring Spiritline keeps me young-at-heart but turns my hair grey at the same time," commented Sarjeant. The varsity captain is Heather lvlclntyre and the co-captain is Wendy Suttle. The JV captain and co-captain are Bobbi Sauter and irish lVlcCarthy. The varsity spiritline has won many awards such as the Universal Dance Camp award, where they got 2nd place in pomp and the U.C.A. cheer camp where they received two first place awards. The Varsity spiritline has 12 girls and five boys, one mascot and one manager. The JV team has six girls. Spiritline promotes interest in the game and gets the crowd cheering for their team which gives the players self-confidence. as JV SPIRITLINE Senior, Kristi Howell, loves cheering for Varsity football in tront of the large crowds that supported our team. Anxiously awaiting the evening foot- ball game, junior Cindy Montgomery calms her nerves by posing for the cam- era. in Junior Varsity Spiritllne Front Row Kelly Wood Bobbi Sauter Second Flow Veiva Bowman Back Row Ginger Cote Kim Fleming Trish McCarthy , 5 l . . ' . u ' ' ' . ' I v l ' ' ' , . l K , . y 1 199 T'3lRlf'N'f. W -w-.+..,,,... my f f . ,. , fn, W... 'w 'uv-f"""' ' 1 ,e,,,-.JA ' " ' it 'Ti 4 or , ,, T rrit ititt J ' C i Kelly wood, ggphgmore, intensely Watches me Our Skyhawk mascot, Tracy Rubash, senior , 'V m',',. L junior varsity football game between cheers, takes a break from her hot sweaty mask to cool off 'V1' r'er'r vt C SM after cheering for Deer Valley. HMM, .mr.,asw,w,f+. 45934 ,. , ,,,,,t,.,,...ZL,,, , ,.., . ...wr . Meal., , mf 4 Vf,, f, 'M ,Q ':, I VV I 4 I SUSI if T rryr , y L Link, Lisa Pipklns, Cindy Montgomery, y yrrr T y T T Tammy lvlurry, Beth Collins Second y T T T T T T Rom Cary Goebel, Kristi Howell, Shan- ,Mam ' nf e hfffff , . , . T W V V M, it non Mirra, Maria Maglianaco, Katie T K W if T Rafferty, Tracy Rubash Back Row: L my L V ' Charlie Carlson, Jim Payne, Larry if C Thomas, Christy Yim, Heather Moin- T f it - W tyre, Wendy Suttle, Steve Gerlook, T T T ,Aq f f Mike Nardo, Tim Carrington. SPIE! TL XNE 'Le-QL A1 Tie! CONCENTRATION BRINGS VICTORY any students believe that golf is a sport enjoyed only by the pros and doctors. However, this is not true, accord- ing to this year's golf team. Bill Gates, sophomore, commented, "l like to play golf, it gives me time to forget about my cares and re- lax." The golf team did extremely well this year. "lt's the best year the golf team has ever had. Our record was 26 wins and 2 losses. We came in second in the Skyline and fifth in the state," stated Mr. Tal- Iey. "IT'S THE BEST YEAR THE GOLF TEAM HAS EVER HAD." Mike Fludosky, sophomore, was named the most valuable golfer because of his low overall average. Mr. Talley also explained, "Golf takes a tremendous amount of hand eye coordination. The slight- est mistake can be amplified over the distance you hit the ball. You almost have to do each shot per- fectly." GOLF 784 L,-sa 1.1 mtl Ready to tee off as he is addressing the ball is Mike Fiudosky, sophomore, during a tournament in Sun City West. Putting on the green, senior J.P. Chad Vandenberg, junior, is one of McLaughlin swings with ease. many who contributed to the fine golf 1 season! its i" 11 2 iilgi ya f 4 Golf. Front row.-1 ein eaies, Josh Mar- itgigg i it 1 1 tin, Jack LaRue, Lance Smyth, Phil ftlh Q 3 it y Johnston Second fow.'1Howard Roh- f tiyy 1 as 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 nel? Damon Rossi, Scott Klose, J.P. y McLaughlin, Mike Rudosky Back row: Damian May, Sean Ferris, Coach Tal- ley, Mike Bower, Chad Vandenberg 189 196 Thunderbird 241 St. Mary's 232 210 Horizon 250 Moon Valley 202 203 Horizon 251 St. Marys 203 224 Sun nyslope 231 Maryvale 193 208 Phoenix CD 210 Shadow Mountain 194 243 Maryvale 284 Greenway 207 212 Greenway 256 St. Marys 200 212 Prescott 284 Goldwater 207 213 Apotlo 216 Sunnyslope 192 202 Apollo 216 Cortez 212 207 Brophy 267 Glendale 186 207 Maryvale 216 Washington -' "gi Q V' ,. I , 194 Shadow Mountain 220 Washington 1 GOLF LMA 41 Tia! ,.,W.,. . 15 5, . il. ' z . ffrffiff 1 , 1 f 1, ff' f m f- -, 1 . f f-,. 1 ,, N, ' , , 4: -f ef, ,, aw ge 4 'f,r44f543f " ' f 1 , 7 1, I rprr 1 rlll 1 1 1 llll ll I , :I A., ",' , 'ij ' f .rf - f Q or ' 1 ' 1' ' - 71 ' V f f 1 .41 Cherish Ewell takes a perfect plunge 1 - - irfzw2,ff'1'1Y'fQ:5,'c Into The VGWGSNIVWQ DOO' SS her teammates - 7 e,,e ,,e f and Coach awalf he' 'Wh SCOVG- 1 f ff f fn W yy: 444 aW,4:,yf-f:f Z, ff-rprnrff ff2','1 fe, . we , 1 Cyllnda HUM fakes 3 bfeath on me f - f f',' side as she strokes her way towards the - - . - fIVHSh HHS- eeee P 'ww f,," f.h' , ff H v .:1?2f'l2?'i-' ,',' f f f Diving Team: Kristie Smith, Cherish 1 1 or or rf 1 an Ewell, Morgan lvlagnusen, Andrea Mor- 1 I 5 1 1 1 71 roi, Linda Hossack, Coach Diane Hell- 1 1 1 4 , 1 fl rlne er. 1 1 G no 1 do an SCOREBOARD 17-31 85 B3 oenrfal 1 5 77 73 Apollo 1 'fry if 77 124 Sunnyslope 1 in lr' 91 141 Horizon 1,2 41 14 St. Marys Q14 1 14 60 Greenway pg 1 116 34 Glendale 1, 57 113 Shadow Mountain 1 97 66 Greenway ,. ,,,.,r 1 g 112 54 Goldwater 1 1 . r 5 mr 7 1 7 7 1r17 7 7 , v Mfr 7 4 ,,',',, 7f',,y,ym uf W 1 7 7 f277f?iy?Wf37if7?'? i117i 1 1 " ,. , " 7 1 ' f ' 4115 --', f ,',A f 'fe Q 7. Ia, ' W 7 'nf X ,',, V,7,7, f, ,, 7fe7f7'7'1x72f W f ' 7tyi7 7314! Q VW jf Jeff, f,,",,h 4 1 f'72i'iffQ ' 7 'f "Mlm 7,. 7 ,,,,,, MQW Wfwwfiivgifeaw .W ,, ,,,, 7 M M X W X 7., WQMN ,mf ,W 7,7 ,,,, ,ff ,ff ff44,.,yprv" f WW7 W ,.7 Q Wfwmf VXWW 7,44 M, ,,,, W ff I fr w' ' rm 7.,,,,f me 0 Aj f'f' Q ""'1Wff""' A, V f ' 7 ,,,,, 7 7 V M M X Ylfff M ,Wy W 77 ,7 ,7,,,7y7 f' Am' 'i W7 Winn PERFG MANCE EAFKNS 7 VVINS he Deer Valley swim and diving teams were off to a great start this year with the leadership of head coach Gerhard Poetzl, his assistant Steve Reich- hert, and the Diving Coach Diane Heller. "We had a very successful season" lk.,-7 ..,. f f f ,jf ,k..f wyzyew . y Coach Gerhard said of the season, fy "We had a very successful season riiir - -' in the process of compiling our 7 rj 5,74?Wz'j732y' f-k' 7 -O I 17 ' tifr tttt win 3 loss record. The swim team M placed 7 out of 15 teams in the - - A . . . . fff yvygy My Debbie Miller glides down the lane SKYIHWG D'V'3'On- ftrt 1 while kee in her model backstroke cris 7 P Q p 4 ff ypyy ft and precise. 7, rlt I rryi f 1 Pushing herself, sophomore, Christi Strucklett, is pulling her arms back forthe M i y iy last stroke in a challenging competition. y, 'lsti 7 iilyri 7 C C yt,r fi'ii ' 7 c trlt 1 at fri etirl 2 et: 1i7li4lx1:71 trri 4:71414 f477f My . fylf' 071. at1zrz'1:','1:7za.ea:-ff'"T 7 1 111 rtif tti,r 7r7 1 rtir 1 7 rrlilr rttl 7 4 ,ri,,, .,,tV.. 7 t..t,.. ,.,r..,,t,l A .,i,,,,,, , .,., " t ' ' 7 -'r' . . tiyri 7 llli 1. 4 f '1'17i rlrs1 "yv 7 7 yltv 7 gyyl ytyyyityc,y 7 7 f lrelle lrrn f i'l 1 7 lirf 1 77 x rrrr rlttllrrtr rttl 1 - ,yye 7 ",' l-f' ' or ' 3 -1 is ,474 f.,, fy. f.4Q,,7,f,f7,,,,,f,ff,17Mf, fa ,ff M471 7f,,7f7f7, 'ffff 'fr 'ffm 1 snfrr' f y.i,, 7 ylty 7 vsiti iyyr 7 7 it 4 rrlt it 7 7 " 1 illi Q iyirr yiii illlyv y,,iti riiii iiir 1 1 iyyii 3 i 7 is C i ii ' Swimming Team. Front Ftow: Mar? 7 V,,' , ,,,, 7 fl 'V,, ,V I 1 I 7 liii 7 rlrlr rrrr 1 4 7 7 Cadotongo, Cylinda Huhn, Natalie 77 itftltr 1 yttr 7,1 lttrrr 7 7 77 - 4 1 1 Stobo. Second Row: Michelle Garcia, 1 Amy Cahn, Debbie Miller, Jennifer ' Torrer Back Pow: Coach Gerhard Poetzl, Misti Proudflt, Kim Katz, Jenni- 1 ferl-laynes, Christi Strucklett, Coach Steve Reichert. i 1 sconEBoAno Q7-31 85 83 Central 77 73 Apollo 77 124 Sun-nyslope 1 7 7 7 91 141 Horizon 41 14 St. Mary's 1 114 60 Greenway 7 7 116 34 Glendale 1 f 57 113 Shadow Mr. 1 1 ,Z 97 66 Greenway 7 W 777. 174. 57 if ,V 77 4 112 54 Goldwater SWIMMING 7 8 7 ACHIEVEMENT nesutts FROM Erront ross country had a great year. The philosophy of the Deer Valley High School Cross Country program is to provide each individual with an opportuni- ty to develop his or her physical, mental, and social capabilities following the prin- ciples of presenting a positive attitude, super effort, discipline and dedication within the spirit of friendly competition. "l think the team had a good season be- cause of all the super team effort out there on the courses," said Renata Can- non, junior. On November 19, Cross Country had its awards banquet at The Club in Bellair. Letters and special awards were present- ed. Awards were given as followsg Jim Brown - best varsity runner, Kirk Borg - most improvedg Dan Daugherty - coaches' awardg Stephen Carrol - most improvedg Tony Scavuzzo - special awardg Tanzy Toves - best varsity girl runnerg Renata Cannon - best new run- nerg Nguyetthu Vo - coaches awardg Bri- an Horine - most improvedg David Hauff - best JV boys runnerg Heather Freker - most improvedg Jenny Zumstein - coaches award: Aaron McCabe - coaches award, and Flick Toves - best freshman runner. "This years runners were competitive and all of them maintained good attitudes and set positive goals," concluded coach Tu- bik Running towards the finish line at a meet is Amber Upton, junior. ,T T ' T, T 4 , fT T ' T' T TA. '47 wow. T rr Tv, -,-f T 1 fz T" MT'-r .MJ ,x 'I -,y ff'-f " N.: A ' ' 11' ,. ' -T A9-f . u T Q T51 1 '-1 f ' , , ,, S ,. ,g,.,.,-f ' f ' I T1 ' , ,.T. 4 , ff , U mil ' A .fam 'V - fr A ,rw-T sl V. 'VV A -0.g,V'h,7,V , TVTA W f ,T W, T 5 T ,gas T T ff T' ' LN, 5,9 fTX'i'l,'f TT T T T, ,Jw-asf v ,, q T, , , T ...,, . .,.. TT 1 V VV .TT ,,-.,, .f., T ,T ,V ' , ff 45,l,TT, ,y: ,,, , ,rf-' T, ' fT 3, ' ,T -4. TT, fQT,g'fr-W TT T, ,az :T ' fr " w ry fT M ATT , i' 1914, 'T Heather Fraker, sophomore, puts all of her effort and energy into beating her op- ponents. T Jennifer rmisrf-f1T r Amber TUWT A T GIRLS r Heather Fraker,Ti?ter3attaiyCannon,T Kelly r 4 , , ,g i- yir A f r Geraghty, Tatiana! Stock, ,Nguyetthu , T , ,T Z T , T . T T , t T T. T TT , T ,, T TT, T T - , Vo, Coach Lamb. T it T T V T96 45,C5reenway 66 Washington 46 Kota A ,65 68 Cortez , 60 Xavier 118 Independence ' r 116 30 Washington 58 Sunnyslope 40 Apollo , f' 112 40 Horizon 48 Moon valley 86 Goldwater T 1, - g 86 18 Shadow 36 Greenway 88 Goldwater T , , ' Mountain ' 78 60 Glendale 28 Thunderbird 56 Coronado , 63 24 Horizon 58 Cortez 26 pfescoff ,,,, fy, ,,,,T. Q 86 40 Alhambra 32 Apollo t"" Hg CROSS COUNTRY ,, Wwf ah: , VJ., fu' - ,V " ' .if!,,,',fff-J if, ,Vwfggv f .fp fy. MW' f 2 I, K' 2 . 1-'ff " LEM. ,wa ' "" , -3 ,fa.,!1.iVi' ,2 .., fi 4: , VV V 4.1 4- -H 1 VVV ' Vt, '2 ' ,V vim' 22 2 -4-Wf'9"'., af A V V V 'V 'Hifi tu '2 V ,V ,,,, , ,A 'W M -. ' Va! 4, Vw' f , W .5 I-1 , farm ' ' E v 'V 2 ' ,V h -fP'f'f2' V - . ' , ., Nab, , mf 0, V ' ff-flffff, X " if ' G- 'l"..:, ' ,....--we-0--""' .J'-V ,Q VV N "Lf Keeping her mind on what is ahead is sophomore, Tanzy Toves. o.......rfvm1-we r-s..w..- .W - Ken Petry's, and Kirk Borg's faces as they defeat Brophy. YS CFRGSS COUNTRY W Q mamma -A wwe.. ,Max-wr W.-...N f f f f The determination shows in Jim Brown's, Striding farther and longer is Adrian Kin sey, followed by other Skyhawks. Varsity Cross Country Coach Clyde Tubik Steve Carrol Tony Soavuzzo Dan Daugherty Jtm Brown Rick Toves Greg Daragona SCOREBOARD Q8 141 Greenway 30 Washington 68 Prescott 37 Cortez 58 Brophy 30 Kota 45 Prescott Invitational 18th out of 25 teams Gilbert 23 out of 46 teams Washington 68 Synnyslope 46 Independence 78 Horizon 35 Moon Valley 42 Shadow Mountain 37 Greenway 35 Apollo 46 Glendale 58 Thunderbird 45 Horizon 35 Cortez 56 Alhambra 67 Apollo 32 Coronado 28 CROSS COUNTRY LMA ra T da! V7 VV Vj 22 Vf VT ,V ,. ,, Q Q ,,'- V' V2 VV' 3 f VV . 2 V, ' , V , ,, V V ' V ' ' X l ' rrrr f p 2- C p 2 ' f If 1 rrrr C C 2 r Y , r 2 5 l rrrt r rr r rr,r r r V V V ,,,, ., l V V V ' r - 2 2 A 2 f rtr22 Q2 2 48 1 1 -V , . ,Vg V. , , f 48 . V V V 1 , , V V V V G 2 G 1232 ' A . , KV r 2 ' 50 , ' ,V , :Salim 52 U ' - V V f ?fjf,fV,gj2g:Q2,Vf 56 V V E FORT KEEPS TEAM IN STRIDE he Deer Valley Cross Country team enjoyed a successful season under the guidance of coach Clyde Tubick and Melissa Lamb. "The past Cross Country season was an exciting one. Deer Valley represented themselves well in all of our meets as well as divlsionals. All the runners on the four teams truly put forth a fine effort all year. "I feel that all of our runners lived up to our philosophy of developing their mental and physical abilities, exhibition a positive attitude, trying and maintaining self-discipline and dedication through the season. These participants should be proud of their efforts". Coach Tubick quoted. The Varsity team achieved a 7-12 for the boys and a 4-12 record for the girls. The JV also did well with a 6-8 record and the freshman team ended the season with a 3-10 record. There were several individuals that won the best runner award: Jim Brown and Tanzy Toves Varsity, David Hauff JV, and Rick Toves for Freshman. Other award winners were Kirk Borg and Steve Carroll most improved, and Dan Daugherty, Tony Scavuzzo, Amber Upton and Jenny Zumstein forthe Coaches Award. David Dunn, freshman, is running with a great pace at Thunderbird Park. Freshman Cross Country Front Row Aron McCabe David Dunn Brian l-tonne Rob Hood Ms Lamb Second Row Cecil McPherson Jason Alex ander Rick Toves SCOREBOARD Q3 101 Greenway 50 Prescott DQ Washington Brophy independence Horizon SO Moon Valley Shadow Mtn 40 Greenway BS Apollo Thunderbird Horizon Alhambra 1 FRESHMAN CR SS C UNTRY WWW E WW f ww 0 M Stride is what it takes Eric Axelrod lu nior, to bring him to finish line. Tom Simpson, freshman, shows good Pushing himself to the limit, Brian Hor- pace as he runs. ine, freshman, keeps on going. f , , V' ff W , ,f 15 ,, ,fr ,Q , ' ,f fr n , , f i ssxizrifzzili5135:66552:zirZ22z5si,s3f,?z5s:sr r f ' ' if ' ' l ' i i i ' i i TubicQ David Kramer, Alan Childres Jim Wood ff " I ..7.. i hir d i sconEBoAno qs-1m 50 48' Greenway 56 60 Cortez '64 48 Washington 66 36 ljorlzon Shadow Mountain Glendale Horizon Alhambra Washington Brophy Slope Moon Valley Greenway Goldwater Goldwater Coronado Prescott independence Apollo Thunderbird Cortez Goldwater l 96 36 ' 46 ee l as oo DQ i 36 ' r fi g 56 36 ' ae 79 f 46 53 48 V 78 l DETERMINATICN nEsul.Ts IN to-6 he varsity volleyball team encountered its best year so far this season. Ending with a 10-6 win record, the Varsity team vvent on to place 4th in the Skyline Division. Coach Ulrich-Suss replied that what made the season great was their determination. "They never ". . .NOTHING CAN STOP THEM." give up, and when they want it badly enough, nothing can stop them." The Varsity team also has 5 re- turning players tor next year. These players were Jackie Sollish junior, Jennifer Shannon junior, Lisa Follet junior, Jodie Welsh ju- nior, and Cheri lvlagsam junior. Af . - Q Qyf'iyv1ji'.5,'.' , f i 72121, f ' . Cheri Magsam, junior, and Wendy Jones, senior, jump to a new height to block the ball. Wendy Jones, senior, rockets up to spike the ball as her colleagues ready for the return. 192 5215 ....5 -vu vucll lvlclgodlll LU UUI . 1 rs-+ il.,-1 ie.. -L . - V W Waltiig .f. 2fI.e.1 533533151 13 Bginplete her devastating shot are ever-ready mem- bers of the team juniors, Jackie Sollish and Lisa Follet, and senior, Ann Baokos. Returning a perfect set is junior Jodie Welsh vaulting herself above the heads of her teammates. made. Team members come together to con- Members of the varsity volleyball team gratulate each other on the point they just await a trifling shot from their opponent vw sirr v rrevswu. Girls' Varsity Volleyball. Front Fiovw Jackie Sollish, Ann Backos, Jodie Welsh, Andee Dietrick, Wendy Jones Second Row: Kim Uirick-Suss, Cheri Magsam, Lisa Follett, Cori Darnell, Jennifer Shannon, Manager Mecca Wagner. SCOREBOARD Q10 61 15 6 15 5 15-13 15 10 59 15 0 15 5 15 7 15 6 15-10 1510 5 6 1512 15 3 1510 15 5 15-8 16 14 16-14 155 15 6 15 9 1715 15 11 1511 15 12 15 8 15 2 15-8 1511 1510 15 11 15 3 15 11 15-7 15-7 5 6 15 5 15 3 15 15 12 155 15-10 Greenway Horizon Thunderbird St Marys Moon Valley Apollo Peoria Central Tempe Shadow Mountain Xavier Greenway Horizon Thunderbird St Mary s Moon Valley Shadow Mountain Xavier VARSITY VOLLEYBALL LMJTWI7 l l - I 1T l M ,,., ji fi 'Q' f , ,f 1. , 2, Iiffifflng Bending into position, waiting for the Lifting herself oft the court, freshman Q i fi V . ball, Tammie Vanfleet prepares to bump it Jennifer Almeida, bends her arm ready to A back over the net. spike the ball down the court. ,,,n,,, ,f .r , , X fZff',c.ff'ff?W 'A 7 5, W-dv" 4 ' ,,.,.,, , ' K ' i . 1 1' Z J. , W ' f"'fwe..,,,.-1 ffm A A Jumping in preparation for a shot that , . makes everyone stop and watch is fresh- WWMWWW man, Amy Lee. .,..,,WWr"' ' 5" ' , 'U ff 1.4 ,. . r 3, ,,f,,g,y. eff' :,- I f ,,.,. ,,,f2'f,y.,r,w,y "fr1'ffff"f 'X . ff A A 'W"'fWm4 1 2 ff! 15 if :cami . 1 ' Q35-fW,,. pf: .. ,. .ew-2? 42gxy,g,i." -r 51. 'df -M351 1 ., Q, .vymsmw mWy,,,ww ,M . ,W ,fw fw4,,W,W,, .M fvM..,,M,, , f L vw, MW? I .,,V . Denise Carr. SCOREBOARD Q11-2, 15-6, 1543, 15-4 15-11, 15-10. 15-O 15-'7, 15-7. 15-9, 15-B 15-9, 15-8r 15-1, 15-11- 15-8, 15-'12, 15-7,15-13. 15-13, 15-9, 15-5, 15-12 15-2, 15-7, 15-11. 15-10, 15-0, 15-1, ,1 Q FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL 5 ' 9 A1 St. Mary's Moon Valley Apollo Shadow Mi. Xavier Goldwater Greenway Horizon Thunderbird St. Mary's Moon Valley Apollo Shadow Mt. 'gl 704410 if Varela. Attempting to tap the ball over an opponent is, junior, Kirsten Knapp. Waiting for the ball to come down are freshmen Heather Shannon and Lori f , ff-frzfa-,- Q SATISFACTION IMPROVES aEcoao he Deer Valley volleyball teams had an excellent sea- son. The freshman team had a record of 11-2 while the JV team had a record of 10-7. Coach Anderson commented on the season: "A very satisfying tall. Players improved from game to game and all of them contributed to a winning season. "PLAYERS IMPROVED FROM GAME TO GAME." The season was developed by a devastating win over Shadow Mt. Deer Valley won by a combined score in two games of 30-1." The freshmarfs highlight game was Xavier, with a 15-2 and 15-O victory. The Junior Varsity's out- standing game was against Gold- water 15-6 and 15-7. Q , , ryry 'L I 1 - T. T T Junior Varsity Volleyball. Front Row: Kirsten ' H faq f r T Knapp, Michelie Lafko, Diane Echols, Aymee I ' y y f it f is ' ,vr 1 ,T + T T T , A T g I I Cor-zo, Jennie Litchenwalter. Second Rovmlody A I 0 ' ,A "i, f Q., ' 14 f I I 1 Nelson, Stacey Frate, Susan Frate, Tammie Van- I I I fleet, Theresa Schouten. Back Row: Manager Heather Keaveney, Coach Debbie Eubanks Soorekeeper Rebecca Jordan. S 15-1, 15-13, 15-9. Greenway ' 15-10, 15-9. I Horizon 15-5, 15-3. r Thunderbird' 15-10, 15-2, 15-3. St. Marys 15-9,15-11. Moon alley 15-7, 15-7. Apollo 15-13, 15-8, 15-13 Shadow Mountain 15-12, 15-6, 15-13. Xavier 15-7, 15-5. Goldwater 15-5, 15-5, Greenway 15-13, 15-12, 15-12. Horizon 15-7, 15-Ei, Thunderbird 15-2, 16-14. St. Mary's g 15-11, 13-3, 15-11, Moon Valley 15-9, 15-9, 15-8. Apollo , 15-B, 16-14. Shadow Mountain r H Vygb, RM 15-12, 15-10. Xavier 1 JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL ra .Q TL-ul 195 Unity boosts season ith a total ot twelve players and the experience of head coach Dave Hodges, the Deer Valley Varsity basketball team gave their opponents tough competition. "Our basketball program has improved because of the ott-season commitments made by the players." Coach Hodges commented. The team practiced after school tor many hours and the practice shows in their games. Mark Bieger, senior said, 'tits a very close team, like a family. Even it we lost all oi our games it will still be a "It is a very close team, like a family. . ." successful season because of the fellow teammates, but of course we will win!" Head Coach Dave Hodges returned this year to give the team a winning edge over their competition and apparently it has worked. ,' F VARSITY BASKETBALL ii Gift: tea 41 my 0' Q., .fi . 'ft , ff! Shooting for two points during the vic- Hands above all is senior, Lawrence Fo- torious game against Dobson is junior, cazio as he shoots for the basket out ot Brian Omanson. reach from his opponents. ? 7 A " fm 7 6 .V M M V V Vf VV f V , M ff A ZIV Avoiding a steal and looking for an open teammate is senior, Mark Bieger as he gets the offense moving in a victory over Dobson. Skillfully diverting from his opponents is junior, Mark McKenzie. Going under the basket for two points in an intense game against Greenway is junior Matt Witkowski. Q iiiii F itir 7 A ff V4 7 A 7 i a V Varsity Basketball. Front mm Mark H ASKET ALLAA Bieseri Terry Nfokias, Marr wifkowski, V VV V VV V 7 g L , it in V 7 it , V Mike 7 Greggo: Second row. Brian A ' i,' 7 "'f, , fiif ,,'i y Omansoni Lawrence Focaziq -I-Odd V Chartier, Chris Phipps, Mark McKen- zie, Coach Flood: Back row: Don Kent, Matt Hammonds, Ron Kent, Eric Freas A V 68 61 UOBSON 74 66 BFKOPHY 74 60 GREENWAY 73 60 APOLLO 78 71 HORIZON 45 72 MOON VALLEY 71 74 THUNDEFIBZRD 58 60 SHADOW MOUNTAIN 64 51 YUMA 55 56 ST. MAFTYS 65 62 BFIOPHY 60 62 GREENWAY 64 54 APOLLO 60 53 HOFNZON 64 73 MOON VALLEY 72 57 THUNDERBIRD 65 78 SHADOW MOUNTAIN 64 71 MCCLINTOCK V V VV V , ,,,, L, L, V i. ,, , TY ' 65 72 ST, MARv's Look at TM VARSITY BASKETBALL 7 Anticipation VDOVGS SSEISOD asketball is just another word for teamwork and no one proved that more this year than the Deer Valley Junior Varsity and freshman Basketball teams. i With their twelve member teams and the supervision of their coaches John Livsey jlfroshj and Mike Youngberg QJVJ, cooperation showed in the teams season. "The J.V. basketball team put "The team put out 100"!o ef- fort in all games. . ." 100 'Vo effort in all those games, and represented Deer Valley very well," commented Coach Youngberg. Coach Livsey also had some great encouraging words for his team, "The freshman basketball squad was a team who improved throughout the season and worked hard everyday to improve themselves both individually and as a team." ". . ,worked hard everyday to improve themselves. . ." Looking on and waiting for the point are Dribblirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirlirllfl' team members junior Eric Freas, sophomore, tense game is sophomore Mike Fiensmeyer. Larry Vanquathem, junior, Scott McKeon, while sophomore, Rich Passe shoots a freeth- row. During an intense freshman basketball freshman Chris Kohler looks for an open man to pass the ball in bounds to. 11 -x.,,sw ff Taking the ball up for the shot is sophomore Sean Coover. l 1 Freshman Basketball. Fr0Uf Row: Coach Livsey second rovw Pete Rupp, ji j T gl tj j T C jrlr Q Jay Vanfliuathemr, Flich Toves, Chris T r if T 4 M T ' A T lf' ilar f 75? Witkowski, Sean Malone, Chris Kohler, i Dave Watsong Back row: Mike Galle' gos, Eddie Cons, Scott Davidson, Mike ' Sager, Mike Smith, Jeff Ferguson, Noah Perry, Eric Johnson. 29 as cotowmsn i sa 33 APOLLO 45 59 Hoaizou 39 27 Moon VALLEY T as 42 munosasiao 42 53 SHADOW MOUNTAIN sa 54 st. iviArzv's 32 A 56 saoerlv 40 45 GREENWAY W P? 39 47 APOLLO 2 so as HOFNZON 2 29 55 Moon VALLEY Q 52 54 THUNDERBIRD ' 36 50 SHADOW MOUNTAIN ,r" 29 so ' MCCLINTOCK , ' f A2 sa sr MARv's f j j I V ,,ff j, ,r jjjj f X FRESHMAN BASKETBALL LMA .Q mir X, f , f, N7 ,,.,,4-4, ,1-n 4,f,,, f ,,v,f,,f, ,f 'Qy.z,7nj'igia-'-.142,'4'f4'f"wf6,fcLfgffwaqfyff , f fwfmffaf '!1f4f72,'Q"we2 f 14 L:v:4z,fw X ff f 4 ,4 ,.f,, .HAZ 4 '-,, -.v,4f,n,. H ff ffp f ,w,:wf.1,',1vz+.gy6.:QW wf,.v':'wf' 9, 4 ,V ' ' ' ,M ' fwfr v -Ziiff Mft' f 74,155 ,fg fx? 'f 4 ':1 I , f 1 iQ f 7 f NS 6? One of the captains, Therese Bombs-rg, "I've Got a Crush on You" is what junior, sophomore, is found happily doing a Rus- Tina Mallory, is dancing to. sian jump during a game. Junior Varsity Spiritline Fronflflom ' WG-q y , i ,, , , 1 ,,a Tina Mallory, Nikki Prather, Clara Sal- grii MM l l VO, d RO Mi- YM Lykxg M xgX-v-v-V,L-, W -,',' X ',,,v 0 ,,,,,,,, ,, , ,,,, ,, , ,,,,,,,., Xn.V......,Mw..s:a....-.A-Mn--'-WWw- s---- N--M -fA- hw- 'fl'---- '--,fs--' ohelle Laberee, Kristi Meyer i ','ii 'ii'i i" i ' l l KN Q ,-,,. if ' ' 3 ,,.i X i i I ,,,, s s e , i e, l o , ,ig 1, , , 1 i..i Q ff if ' i .I A ,,,. x ef' 'X ,M :V nl if I l A',l ' if i .,.,. X gkkv W V, 4 ,L WAVI lV,f V I Qnn sPfRfTLffvE IMA ,4 Tlzl Denise Curley, junior, is cheering on our team to victory during a time out. Energy Is Seen in the faces ot varsity splritline members during a game against Apollo. Spiri develops unity ho are those wild people screaming on the sidelines when the basketball team is playing? They are the basketball splritline sponsored by Mr. Mark Palombo. "All the credit for their accomplishments rests with the girls. They worked all summer and the first 2 months ot the year without a sponsor. My role has been strictly one ot administration and encouragement." commented Palombo. The two captains for the Varsity splritline are Tammy Martin and Therese Bomberg. The captains for the junior varsity are Tina Mallory and Ashlee Churchey. "The team has improved since the beginning ot the season and we have great tun showing our spirit for the team and school." said Mallory and Churchey. The basketball splritline creates both enthusiasm and participation for the crowd and it also brings morale to the players. There are 10 members on the Varsity splritline and 6 members on the Junior Varsltyj All of the members work hard and stay many hours after school preparing for the next game. WHTLINE r lrl.t,r rlilllrfrrrii ,iii .lf it , I A s VarsitySpil'iilil1e From' Ffovw Tammy y Martin Second Flow: Denise Curley, :Vi li1rflf'il Karen Schwoerer, Stacey Felice, Alicia Androvich, Jill Schlesiger, Nicole tylrlrry fyr yr,1 E gtlrt T sfrlr, y fy.. 1, rijyrr ,g.g.yq yyy ..y. j it yjgi rgyirygrygg McDaniel Third Row: Therese Bom- T A get be-rg, Dawn Stevens Fourth Row' Chris .t.t r ft. ...,,, . .,,. ,.,... ,....l. .g.r,ls. .tf,,,q.y., Weeden i V, , , VA,A?,V A f 'ilr I T - lirir ' .l..:f g oolrs .t. ,..... 1 T r rt A ..r' .. " M . . . .. . l l s . W' r-f-' -t-'-'--f are MM-A Yfvfeffff ,,,t,.,.,,,r, ,.g, I :A I AQ4, Q r lre ri'r l rr t r A lliie'l 1 t, .' A A SPIRITL INE Lost 41 my 20 , f.,f,, 1 1 .,:, 4, X ,4'!?f4P?"1v,f'g.w3 ,. .L 3:-Y' .fs -' kim H2 " ' If:iM 3 -if ,I .,Tf 't'i' "f' 5 ' , ' 'A f lady . . X. ,,,,MK'mMl.M A Buddy Bugh, senior, ties up with his opponent while going for a takedown. Wmwnn.mm..w.s,.-,,.. , Using all his Strength, Randy Petrie- lu' Dave Terrell senior attern tin an es- . . . . . 7 7 p Q nior, tries his best to gain another win for Cape against his Opponent at Horizon- the varsity team. VARSITY VVHES TLING 202 57,75 fi 1 g Trying to get hand control, Dave Du- rnon, senior, goes for another victory. W,,,,.,tfz:ff- ' .- Kirk Wittenburger, senior, trys to roll a Greenway wrestler for a pin. I T T, YmA,, W ..m...,. W ,,.,,. ,.,,,M,-.NW ,1.,..:.., .T -,, f'W"""'f' - ' : -i T. " T' - ' ' K .T T - T . ' " J '- N T T ,.,,,,f-may . 'rg- , aw - - - ax -0-- T . 'W Q 'T , " :Jaw ' ' 'r 4 '51, O T ' - -- -f 12127 "T ,ig31,frT--Tfigiigy, ' :Q ' A , T- , ' -' - ,N ',g,,' I' fl. 'I miles: ,I -' -1 - T- X' X , " - .1 i--,ww ,'g,-5:-'g,1--,g.f T- - -' i n y r ,. ., gg TQ N 1 .ii T Gaining control, Steve Petty, junior, tries to roll his competer over for a pin. DOMINANCE wAs THE KEY t takes a lot of determination, speed, agility, and practice to become a successful varsity wrestler. The practices consist of take downs, which is when members of the team wrestle each other, tumbling, lifting weights and coordination exercises. The season has been pretty good according to Coach Flynt Swerdfeger. Winning the Chapparal invitational against 16 schools from "This team has the greatest po- tential of any other team we've had at Deer Valley." Coach Flint Swerdfeger Arizona, California and Nevada furthered the team's successful season. The best wrestlers this season were Sal Abbate, with an 18-O-1 record, Kirk Whittenburger, 17-2-O, Shawn Edwards, 12-2, and Steve Petty 15- 4. Both Sal and Shawn won the Chapparal invitational for their weight class. T ifl- ' T T TT ' A T T T QT T V Q it T y T QE 5 -22 Varsity Front Rowg Anthony Baca, T T f T ft, X, Kevin Miller, Steve Petty, Brian Miller - , , y,,, ,,r1rV ,,,i TX T T y T y , Second row, Chris Tomez, John Page, , T T TTTT T T T TT TT ,T T T T T Greg Foster, Buddy Bugh, Crystal T f Jackson Third rowg PAodriEnde,rs, Steve Viles, Dave Terrell, Ra'hTdyq'Petrie Back rowg Sal Abbate, Shawn Edwards, 3 Coach Flint Swerdfeger, Kirk Witten- berger, Dave Durnon 5 sconEBoARD f 48 16 THUNDERBIPD 37 13 HORIZON 21 31 PAHADTSE VALLEY A2 17 MOON VALLEY 56 T2 CENTRAL 40 25 GREENWAY 39 18 HORIZON T 49 12 APOLLO 52 7 I-IOF2lZON 49 10 GREENWAY 55 12 THLJNDFPEMFRD 5? 1 SHADOW MOUNTAIN 44 12 APOHO - , I I , 28 Q' i-froof.lvAllT5'r l 1lfS'l7'Y WRESTLING 203 Freshman Coaoh Tony Valenzuela demonstrates an effective hold, for wres- tler Mike Lesley. 'Ifo help with coordination, wrestlers luke Chris Niokelson, freshman, jump rope. Freshman: Front ,oiseny - K K I I , I kr I I I K ,V I . ,, ,I , ,f ,f'f ,,,V,rVf I ,,,V, Steve Page, Dan Burkhardt, Jake Pre-5 a ii lr mont, Flint Adams Second rovvg David i l 5 If ' 4 p rll flrr lllr f rrr Dunn, Jeff!-lughes, AnthonyCariosoia,1 l i i i i i ' ii Matt Ada Third rovvg Tommy Bayus, 4 Aron McGabe,i John Hadley, Mike Lesl 1 lie, Coach Tony Valenzuela Back Fiowg 4 Matt Bayes, Aaron Williamson, Misty 5 Proudfit, Brandon Johnson, Chris W 5 Niokleson. 1 SCOREBOARD 1 A 39 36 rnuwoaaelno 1 23 36 GOLDWATER 30 42 PEoFz1A ,V W 4 1 1 39 33 GLENDALE if 1 in 1 29 39 Hoalzom .3 ML 1 3 25 45 GREENWAY 1 so 25 Tuumoanalno 5 55 Pnffsoorr or 1 1 1 21 51 sufxoovv Mouumlm , 5 64 APoLLo 1, . l , j wg or vm 11 71 Moon VALLEY 1 1- A 204 Wlillfg ia., Steve Page, Freshman, turns his mo- Over powering his opponent ina match mentum around. is Sigalirggglt, junior. VICTORY RESULTS FROM HARD WORK he JV wrestlers have had a pretty promising season. Vinne Capasso, sophomore, gave his opinion on wrestling as "Wrestling requires a lot of dedication, and you really have to like the sport, all tour yearsl!" Coach Tony Valenzuela said, f'l think our wrestlers are better than their records show, They're not quittersg they've wrestled 1002, every match." me-ul ,,,t ,.,,NNX vf""" Todd Wood, Junior, is preparing to pin a Peoria Foe. Junior Varsity: Front row, Mcllvee, Mike lvlaravio, Aaron Jett I-ledrick, Second rovvg Jessie sen, Todd Wood, Jason Booth, Jim Kent, Ken Berry, Christine Wood Third rovvg Dave Schwartz, Jessie Garcia, Gary Foster, Brian -Katich, Randy La- Fave, Coach Barns Top rowg Joel Heil- ' er, Greg Glatkovvski, Sig Proudtit Scott Viliareai, Joe Bayus. 1 1 36 36 Tl-IUNDERBIRD 54 12 GOLDWATER 69 6 CENTRAL 55 12 PEORIA 60 18 GLENDALE 50 19 HORIZON 57 11 THUNDERBIRD 54 21 APOLLO 27 36 MOON VALLEY 40 28 SHADOW MOUNTAIN 21 APOLLO 54 54 21 GREENVVAY J V WRESTLING mimi 205 Adding a bit of pep to the match are senior Lori Easter, senior Carrie Parker, sophomore Cheri Curtis, junior Yolanda Vegas, sophomore Hennie Bos, and sophomore Debbie Yaokley. Cheering the wrestlers on to victory are freshman wrestlerettes, Lisa Pursell, Andrea McKenzie, Keli Hammer, Terra Caylor, and Kelly Fleszar. FFRESHIVIAN AND JV VVFRESTLEFRETTES JV and Freshman Wrestlerettes Front Row Terra Caylor Lisa Pursell Kelly Fleszar Keli Hammer Andrea McKenzie and Keri Fiatkre Back Row Dyan Dezurik Cheri Curtis Henme Bos Dana Smith Debbie Yaokley and Sylvia Reyes ' K ! y ! 7 x v ' 1 1 . f 1 1 I ' WRES TL ERETTES 206 2:7275 X A Swinging from a rope in the upper wing ot the gym is senior Lori Easter. Promoting Skyhawk spirit at a wres- tling match is junior Yolanda Vegas. an ..1..aoKVl' Keeping score and a watchful eye on the match are sophomore Chris Gorski and senior Cheryl Davis. ,M . . Enthusiasm arouses spirit he Wrestlerettes consisted of 30 girls this year. Their president, Cheryl Davis, worked hard to keep the Wrestlerettes going. The other officers are Varsity captain, Yolanda Vegasg Junior Varsity captain, Dyan Dezurikg and Score captain, Rosie Martinez. "The Wrestlerettes have been very successful this year," stated sponsor Mrs. Jan Showers. Besides creating their own cheers, they were the instructors at a clinic of approximately 250 girls. The wrestlers and coaches appreciate their support. "The wrestlers and coaches appreciate having the Wrestlerettes because they help to motivate the team and increase their ' morale," said Mrs. Showers. Mrs. Showers became their sponsor in order for the school to have Wrestlerettes. She also explained, "l wanted to develop the Wrestlerettes into a more positive and unitied group of students." The Wrestlerettes continued their support last December. Along with the wrestlers, they traveled to Las Vegas to cheer the team on in tournament between top schools from Arizona, California, and Nevada. ". . .they help to motivate the team. . ." Varsity Wrestlerettes: Front Row: Chris Gorski, Crista Capp, Cheryl Da- vis, Jenny Zumstein, Denys Davis, and Delina Toth, Back Ffow: Yolanda Ve- gas, Jenny Caulder, Carri Parker, Jen- nifer Molmod, Allison Measa, and Lori Easter 20 7 fy L..iV. . 1 .V 4 1 2 4.,.. .4-mf-4,fY'f'i'fji't I ,fr '-1-if .i V ,W WE: waz.: , .,tt,. ' Er' 3 1 .- W' fm ".f' Wwe fear- ' , ,xfify 1':,Z,fft yjfg, l,,fm K A , ' "h' 5 '12-55 ff?mfftf'?7f.'f .. , . i V- fb' 3' 7 i"3"' 'E-'iw-Q3Jf3"i, K "" 2: i, ,,., v -,1 Concentrating on the ball is sopho- more Susan Frate. - -L-L, Q o .4 : -. , awww q!,,V,3, Safe on first base is senior Ann Backos. Coach Marchese gives the varsity team 'a morale boost! 208 Trying to strike out ner victim is junior Stacey Frate. Junior, Jody Welsh, puts ner glove to the ground in a game against Apollo. .X I 1 rffwnwmf , I -M-4-.fffwuf-,,,, f wmwpuf. .MA nam, www.. M 4 Ju-f.,1w4f..,. ,C , ' ,g Trying to beat the ball to second base is senior Jody Nelson VA SITY S FT ALL PRACTICE MAKES TEAM iivipnove stef-xoitv his year's varsity softball team consisted of fourteen players. They practiced about two or three times a week, with each practice lasting approximately two and a half hours. The team improved steadily from the beginning of the season. Coach Marchese said, "The team was extremely successful because they came together and played as a team even though there were many different personalities." Two of their most outstanding players were senior, Cori Darnell and junior, Stacey Frate. "Cori was an excellent first baseman who saved many bad throws and turned them into outs," Coach lvlarchese explained. She was also one of the team's best hitters. Stacey was the team's number one pitcher. We broke two school records by pitching the most strikeouts this season and having the most innings pitched. Stacey also won two games by hitting homeruns. Being an assistant coach for four years IVlr lvlarchese decided to coach the softball team I enioy coaching and wanted to be varsity head coach Varsuty Softball From' Row Beth Schwoerer Jodi Welsh Tabbatha Bay Shelley Bennett Anna Ulzbarn Susan Frate Heidi Wright Back How Coach Marche-se Jackie Sollish Lisa Follett Jody Nelson Stacey Frate Danielle Albanesia Corey Darnell Ann Backos Coach Bakemeier SCOREBOARD ' SOUTH f INDEPENDENCE-, ST, MARYS SUNNYSLOPE WASHINGTON XAVIER APOLLO H ORIZON SHADOW MOUNTAIN' THUNDEFZBIRD MOON VALLEY GLENDALE GREENWAY 5 3 APOLLO 5 12 HORIZON 4 3 SHADOW MOUNTAlN T O THUNDEFZBIFYD 0 3 MOON VALLEY 1 6 GREENWAY VARSITY SOFTBALL mm 209 lfikl-I1 I W PLAYERS PRODUCE OUTSTANDING SEASON he junior varsity team consisted of about twelve players this year. They started practicing ,in November and continued through the season. Their practices lasted between one and a halt to two hours every day except .game days. Following some of the games, a game ball was given to the most outstanding player of that 5 if game. f1The 'ISHFTI Was very g Warming up for the upcoming game is successful. It was the best J.V. 1 rili Cari Thompson and Julie Dave . ' ti... 1 -N T if Y team Deer Valley has ever DfOduCed," Commented Mr. x t "'i Saverino, coach. iii, 'rl' M T I h ah T K ,..,v, - , Tr ix X ' T ,-,. f ., : N Coach Saverino also said that I ' r.t. 1 ta em and teamwork made his 'fa T .ilie job easier. "Everyone contributed and changed positions when 1, they had to. We played as a team, had fun and everyone learned Something, including igg J , , ...y.. ....y. 1 ittl 2 1,3 Ty.. .y. 1 Vgsl. mef, ig..- .,r- misss. ','-1 ,,.Q.tl.x"k "'i' t'T59QTlZQfT':L:T1L'Ti,l-,fw"ffLif?Qi.,,,,fifi', it H Using strength and endurance is fresh- lvlany of the players have man, Heather Shannon. varsity potential and are talented - I and hardworking, Said Coach lj-llttlng me bgll with all her strength is Joralman. Game balls are em' er me' 8' awarded to outstanding players at the home games." 1 I A T frfr A T T' 4 f l TV' I ltr'ir T 4 A V To 7 V ' Tiff' TT ' lsl if 'fsi Hom, Kerry iKimes,fLindaHosSaok, Mi-TT T 1 T Che-lie Hyemofld-T Mfd5fQFf0WfJUlTfG 931 T T 'AST T T TT ritt vie, Denise Carr, Camille MHSGIIELIJGYI' A TT A 1 1 3 Qi- try. y ti miter Almeida, Julie Bilumoi Back I-Tomi 3 g 1 A Ty T l T Q A S... is 4 if if T Jef1Uif9V TPTl'tlpP5f Cari TKIOWPSOD, T' T 1 T T r T TTT., Coach Joralmon, Heather Shannon, . Kristen -Thompson. T A SCOREBOARD 1 19 4 WASHINGTON T 7 7 XAVlER 8 15 APOLLO 11 16 1 Honlzom T1 7 SHADOW MOUNTAIN y 20 4 Tl-IUNDERBIRD TT f 7 11 MOON VALLEY 1 5 11 8 GOLDWATER " K I V 9 14 GREENWAY 1' v 5 9 APOLLO T 7 10 HOFHZON T f ' ' X 9 11 srmoow MOUNTAIN A T T 14 7 taunosaaiao T Ti i 10 14 MooN VALLEY A 1 9 1Q GREENWAY - ,,,, FRESHMAN SOFTBALL 270r:.2':m7 .',' ga, ,R in , I ,I V, 3' e ,, k,,, 5,1 f, , , E Jenny Lichtenwalter connects with the ball by using her awesome swing. Adding to the score of the JV team is sophomore, Willis Temple. Freshman Jennifer Phipps, swings with hopes of a home run. 7 mi iii ttii f s i 1 e 11 . Maria Peters, 1 Amy Harris, 1MiCh9l19 iii, miif 1 iiii 1 1 1 f 1 T 1 1 Jenny Lichterwwalter, Danelle Geyeff 1 it 1 iissi it - 1 1 Nicole eonzaieei casey rviifiier, 1 Back f ' ,,t, ff 'iw f Qfyk, 7431 f 4 ,f f 1 1 ff, ' I my ' Tefmples Upton, Coach Cass Saveriho, Tracey Schou- teh, Deanna Kroii. 1 . 1 Q 1 O O 1 19 6 ST, Mfmvs . 1 W 18 5 WASHINGTON 3 2 XAVIER 16 1 APOLLO ' 16 5 SHADOW MOUNTAIN 1 1 16 6 THUNDERBIRD ' ' 1-' 1 - 2 1 MOON VALLEY L 1,1 s-',' 5 2 GOLDWATER 1 , , on 5 15 GREENWAY , 17 11 APOLLO ' Mft-1gM iify 18 12 HORIZON 1 3 4 SHADOW MoUNTA1N ,-:Q K fi if K 14 4 THUNDEFZBIRD ' 1 ' Y " 11 Q, 2 12 MOON VALLEY I f , N 11i, ff M J W, J , ,X . A T 5 7 eeeemwfw 1,4 505233 2 Anticipating the next move ot his op- Approaching and attempting to take ponenttrom Greenway is juniorChet Mor- the ball away from his Greenway oppo- GSCVI- nent is sophomore Jim Mullany. Throwing the soccerball rn bounds to a M teammate rs sophomore Jeremy Don- ' f f 3th 3 n ' if AJ. xiii? M5114 fi 1 J 1 ff if L-HW 11 s 1 , 1 rg 1 0 1 A rrsr J.: ayar 1 fi - 'P 1 L W My ,E A . W, Map 1 A , , ,, , . , I it liwwglyg y 'I ,, r 4 r 1.ffi,?,ii!"Z::,Lfaff1f?' I 4 'V X QQ, 1 ' " A , "1 f ff ,V , , .,,,,,, ,.,,, , ., , Z 1' ' ,V S ,,., V S ,, , , 1 , K, f ,wwf , 57 1 451 .Z 1 riyyrw I . M 1 A A 1 1 1 J., W , 1, 2 ff, , in 1 3 yylf f ,r,,,, . 'Q ,:,,hf, V' X 1 1 ,rig ,I Ng ' ,, ig ,,,' , ,,,,1p ff t1f',,ff,gjf5ff, 4, ...ai JV Soccer Front row Ryan Cume Mike Norde Anthony Aranda second row Coach Saputo Scott Duston Chns Judson Steve Brust Anthony Berards Keith Calbert Coach Ander son Back row Coach Heller Jerry Humberd Martln Fox Dusty Pudock Rudd WISCHGHS Larry Angulae Bnan Huber SCOREBOARD 1 3 ST MARY'S 3 O GOLDVVATEFZ 2 1 TOLLESON 5 0 GOLDVVATEFR 1 3 TOLLESON 3 1 GOLDWATEFZ 3 2 ORME RANCH O O SHADOW MOUNTAIN ,V I ww A ,V ,Z ,f ff, ., Booting the ball down the field after saving a goal attempt is junior, Troy Den- man. JV S CCE 4 u ' 1, , ' , , ' V, - 1' 1 r s . I I f ,V I I .. , I , 1 , I , f , ff 7 l I I gn ' 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 f 1 f., 71 1 2 ,M , , . JV SOCCER 272 rwrdrer X , W ' 'Q 'ML w..,s....,.c,,t..,,t ,,., ., 5 5 3 5 . "'NS53a'iT,W vi Wfdqgqgs Swv 5' his uwvfsgg 'fi' 'td R f WM'-g,.. ,,, :Sr 3- 5 X 6 J J - . a t LX .5 i ' :ws-46 ww -rs. i'i1f:,f , V- , ti ,.,, . 'il 11' . ff, I T' f' 1' -QQ , .1 -I Q JW? ,,.: l wfsw vfsirf' Xi Nwiw 4"'k has '.L,' s 5 -. ,V ,git , . f . 'lf sit - ce... , it Dribbling the ball down the field is sophomore, Jeremy Donathon. Varsity soccer player Dan Ramsey pre- pares to take control of the ball. ACCOMPLISHMENT IS MEASURED BY EFFORT he soccer program underwent some important changes for the 1986-87 season, according to head coach Rick Anderson. This year, for the first time in school history, there were two teams, a Varsity and JV. "Success is measured by effort, . ." "The key to this season," explained Anderson, "is inexperience. To have a successful season, returning players will have to play important roles." Anderson concluded, "Success is measured by effort, and this year's team never gave up and always strived -to be better . . . l feel very optimistic about the future." VA SITY S CCER in i ,I , ,f 'f -,f gwfatf ---- X hw. - ff fm f f Us My -X ,, , Varsity Soccer Front row Manuel Dobos Troy Edwards Jakub Vavra John Cosgrove John Burditt second row Paul Heiler Jim Mullany Oney Morrell Tom Hickey Dan Ramsey Kim Harmon Back row Shen MoCon neil Sean Currie Eric Strait fo De man Jeremy Donathon Chet asch, Coach Anderson, r J J s SCOREBOARD , GLENDALE MAFKCOS DE NIZA THUNDEFBBIRD O 3 OORTEZ 1 O BFZOPHY 2 4 HORIZON 2 5 GREENWAY O 4 O 3 1 5 MOON VALLEY APOLLO SHADOW MOUNTAIN VARSITY SOCCER LMA al 7414! "'-2'-"'ff'--w...A.., s 4 k , , -....,it....,M.,, ..,X...W.-.V.,.,..6.t. . W., M , 1 F f fl ' f 2 Q t ,,,L,,, X,.,L ,L,L,, 5 Awaiting the ball as a runner slides After hitting the ball and getting into second base is Clay Klauhter, ready to take his base is senior Rob I unior. Ferguson. -"""""' 92555 ,WY 3 i 4 Trying to steal a base is Siguard Proudfit, junior. -' ' 7 " f, - f 'M ,pf ' WNV , gil 'MQ , ,La A V AMW' V ,V ,, , . , , ,, W: , W HQ, 43,1 .Y ,,,f,,x,,f, . - , V. Ja -53,1 rv I 7 g ,X Q f , fu QQ? X , ' if gl' ff v o i i .1, ,gags-1, ,X ,J4f , or . If fr' K A r Q ',- 4 ' 2 2, , ,H . . ,I , i ' mv: - . , 'f'fA'-"J" K' , ' +1 '14-Fu" ' M-wfw-naw,-me , . V - - 5 A Je, , 44 I, - - -we- VARSITY BASEBALL 274 LwlwJTZ44! 5 I Z A Responsiveness leads team on he Varsity Baseball Teams ranked first in Skyline Division in M, . rsr-f ,V pre-season play. .. ,, .V Y A ,,r, "Our goal this season is to win the ,ZA V. V .., "V, I I IA. ,,,, V i I ' I Y rf-r' VVV A V, TT Skyline Division and after that, We ll -lrr VV A y I if My make a new goal," stated Varsity ' T W coach Mike Cornish. 9 V .Y "We had about twenty-five students 'II I' I V T II f,-,.-f A V. ff -f'f'. ry - - P T .VV , come out for the team, said assistant . V V , J '-'k V , A 8. . coach Larry Eubanks. The Varsity team Q, 9 . V ZVAAVV A, I consists ot about 17-20 players. T srtr ' ro I - 11 VVVVV V Eubanks continued, "This season my my T Q ffl goal is to have tun and teach 3j jfj T L1 ,y ,rir Vqli T fundamentals of the game Maybe I ' lr,i TV yyyg rnlght be able-to help outlthe students M II f V Vg in some situations they might have a V V T' - VVVVVVMJWS - ,V V . ff problem with." ,,,', illili i T lrrl Greg Llngor, sensor, throws the ball . rtrt To Qet 3 'Unne' OUT' "" f V A T VTVL TVTVVVV ff. ,t',' i .. .V 5 . .. . ,l,r,t' .V VVTTTA V VA ff-fa V MV 1 1fVV f ,,v . , .V ,..,. A V? ,'., V V,, V V .". . V .6 I vw' f 1 G 2 5 ,,-. ,.., VV-Vs . V IT V I g Ygl. WVVX. V,5 V , , 7 .V,,V,,,,, Alvq r I kV V V 1,1Af11 T yV Q ,8zM Vw1-1" ...r. '.rl A ly., VV ' . T... fr'f VVVVV I' ft V T TT TWW "-t .. V ,-.V Y TV? . VV , '-trr .. 9 VV VV rrll lrtsr ..i. Infielder Howard Karner, senior, V at h S another ban ' "" LV' C C e Y . . V V. VV V . .,,. 5V f V f p.r. irti, V . . . V. . t.trr Uslng all hls strength, Nick Portonova, fyrr - - VT 9. ps.i. Senior pltches the ball- .V VTTV. 32. V VT tt.r. VV V VV V 1 y 1 y I j 5 15 .ig VI .V M j f Q I II I. I V . I V Varsity Baseball5IIFr0hti?ot1v1Craig TI I V V A V ,QT i f 1 ff ff VT II V V T ff V it , VT I g I V Zetlmann, Gary McCarthy, Brett Smith, VV A V 'V A I . TT T g 1 it Y Siguard Proudfit Second BOW? Davin . V V ' .. V Ti .Z gf VI Z VV7 1 IV? C 1 IVI II TV i y T V . V V T T 013911 JOGVTQVVGSV Sham? MHii40QlYV Bill II V. V V 4 V V1 .VV. V, VV.V .V V VV .V V V V II I T Carlson, Matt Witkowski, Jason' T T V V Hammond Back llgowg Howard 'Kamen V V V 'T'T1 T A Nick Portonova, ob Ferhuson, Mark y T. P ig 1 . L P TT T , 1 , Finney Greg Lingory Lee Litzler, Cray! V V. --I y X 1? E 1 9 T T Q g Klauitterf Coach Cornish VV V . 3 V, V y y I TV ,A .r V .Vg Z . I if :!pI L Qklh y 5 l ' . V 1 I VV V I V EV W V59 V T"T Q r V. AI VV SQHEDULE V Vfg7f1 . V .V , . 35 1. sT1V, , . V :2VV.' f-V, 1 gtg ,,.-Lr,' . E V V 1 T I V . T V . .TT TT V i V If ' II-I f I' TTT if - E iw .V . V . V I I I V 'I I 5' TI i II T 4 . IV VARSITY BASEBALL I T T I VV V 5 V -V 573 3 V gyVV . . Ts1a187 T CHANDLER. I Home V . V .. 'I V 1 7. V V TT-- V . - T TT V 316187 T ALHAMBRA. T V AWAY . iss. A VT V Vi A l. VV' V, V,,,VjTV.V2 gg ' T in T 3119187 APOLLO A A V Home TV V - TV T , V T T TT.T V Eiq T T 3120187 V CASA GRANDE T 1 AWAY V if 7 ,T g -T if V V " 3128187 BROPHYV V AWAY . T y TIQ 81211187 THUNDERBIFZD AWAY T TI I I V . T V 412187 Moow VALLEY Home . VV .,. gg My V. b V If V hx I ..., 4f4l87 sT.MAFiY's AWAY A V. ff 3 A .Q T T - . ti.. 417187 Hosizom AWAY II Ig' SWA T 4 'I 5' .V.. Y 3 :V 419187 SHADOW MouNTAiN AWAY V .V , V ts YT V V , . 7 T -..g T 4 4114187 APOLLO AWAY V , A' V .. W, 1 y V . ff T Vi VK x up I 4116187 QREENWAY AWAY . 1 ,NA Vx VT- .T fit ,N 1 ff ag T T 4121187 THuNDEne1Ro Home . T A ' ,V V .V 5 V Vi .1 4123187 MOON VALLEY AWAY V g g V ' . V A VV 7... 1 T VL VT V "1 4128187 sr. MAaY's Home ,V . - V"x1, TT . 1 K .gg 4130187 Hoaizoxv AWAY . . V 2' 'wh-AV. .. V. VVVVV T. . - T V 5f2f87 GREENWAY HOME , ., , V .. 4,1 V, , A, ., V VV A ,. y . 3. V 5151137 SHADOW MOUNTAlN HOME T I T . VV V T T r 5'7'87 BHOPHY HOME VARSITY BASEBALL nina 215 agef team sets goals his year approximately 35 freshmen tried out for positions on the freshman baseball team. The team was coached by Larry Eubanks. They practiced everyday, five days a week, where they worked on basic baseball skills like batting, fielding, and pitching. They worked to improve and contribute to the program. As a promising team they look forward to the great future that lies ahead, The team practiced everyday for two hours, and according to Coach Vinnie Marchese, they were "a real good team." 194, tl. -be-1 - Q mvxzrfrh 'M ' is an-A AW'--Y Freshman Baseball Front How Matt Franklin Matt Woodward Jason Wool Miller Aaron McCabe Joel Patterson Jeff Ftoerter Cory Christensen Back. Row Coach Kasten James Ward Chris Michelson Tobin Wynn Coach Barns Fnesnmm BASEBALL 31 19187 Apot LO AWAY 3125187 BROPHY HOME 3131187 THUNDERQRD HOME 412187 Moon VALLEY AWAY 414187 ST MAHYS HOME 417187 Hoaizom AWAY 419137 srmoow Moummin HOME 4111187 GOLDWATER HOME 4114187 Apotto HOME 4116187 GREENWAY HOME 4121187 THUNDERBIRD AWAY 4123187 Moon vALLEv HOME 4128187 st MAaY's AWAY 4130157 Hoaizon HOME 512187 GREENWAY AWAY 517187 BROPHY AWAY d,HMM,m,,,,:,,,,af1. ., Y lf' A - -' - f A i', I ,rgti C fi if gan, Jeff Hudges, Second Rowg Bryan F 1 rtfi , Qlr ' V 4 in' If is A A 2 7 6 aww-M Catcher Kevin Manny, Junior, M- :OW O MTM A ,L .k.,,., , ., successfully snatches the ball. E 11 Lg w .L , 4 1 f X' A , ,ww It -,V ,,,,,,,,..-.sw , .- ' ,. -. ., MM. mm ,q,, ,,, , . . ,t A , A ,- fi ft get ,ek My-gp , , ' QW., , . ,avi fx ,. j " ' uf ' :',..t U- '7 K . ----- -Mihai M...--1"- Matt Franklin, Freshman, gets ready During practice Kevin Rice, Junior, to catch a ball. throws a baseball to a teammate. N., , ,, 0'3" -.t ., . l i i l E i i l l i i QL 111,153 if f i i , ff it ti QV Q , - ' 1 A 1, , Junior Varsity:fFroht RoW: Roger 1 !!,! fx , g ,,,, , 'V , , V' , I , 1 , iQ iggi ,,,a 2 11 teee, if 5 - c jf A A W Shepherd SSC,O,l'ld'ROW1 Kevin: A A S Zf' "i, r,,, i X ' , 1 1 , 'Mat-my! Kevin Rice, MMQH WEIFFGVI, r Y jigfji Travis Woodsmall, Scott Villarreal 21,22 'i" Back ROWS Mike Bishop, Mark i il i ,, .....Q- Padelford, Coach lvlarchese, Jeff 1 7 5 1 Ruby, Mike Hawks 1 1 i l i E 'WSF' , V I V H ' ,,, M A ULE 87 1 1 I fa , 1 A ' 1 1 Xe'r-'r ' A .tunica VARSITY BASEBALL , 3119187 1 APOLLO 1 AWAY ii 'A 1 t,.tt ttit, , . 1 A 3120187 CASA GRANDE 7 Home li W , 1 A Y 3126187 BHOPHY Home air A A Y, 1 r 3131187 THUNDERENRD , Home 1- 412187 Meow VALLEY AWAY 'V i 4!4l87 ST. MARVS HOME i i 417187. HORIZON AWAY ' L i , 419187 SHADOW MOUNTAN HOME K y ',,, 7 A 4111187 GOLDWATER HOME s ' , 4l14fB7 APOLLO HOME gr X 4116187 GREENWAY HOME , A 4121187 mumoeneiao AWAY 1. i 4l23!87 MOON VALLEY HOME , ' ' A128187 ST, MAFlY'S AWAY V K x 4130187 HORlZON HOME if ...f SIZIS7 GREENWAY AWAY Q ' W 4, 517187 BROPHY AWAY ' 1111 A itrr 1 A ' ' 1 JV BASEBALL 277 Mr. Polombo the freshman coach observes his team during practice. 'A.,:, I.,.: frfz .r:, 4,3.,:.V,,:,1 ,. I , '51.'ff,g::g.v. 1 1.f4::isfQLwy+5:--se '1' ,J f: N -ww. , , , . - . s. s 45" '-.N-,?v.h..x...,zE.Ts.Wx .. , .,..,A,,, Q. Bw X 278 i,.4m'rm s' El' . 2 EEISSEESSSSEEEESSS Ig-rigs: r xxcooor--m:soXX..4sos1ox O Q3 3-fb " gggaaaaaxmcoxxxxxm 0-3 .-Q :13 1 f M Q wxlxlwxlxlgclxlxlgzgglngoliloq f w X1 fm Q CDU gg PDQ' ' IN Xa CD "i'l'l UJ Cn w O '-1 ?, -fgwxzvmcnzw-izxcnxxecnoous CD 3,99-gg: X QD goIOWJvflS2:foOIOf1wo13 C3 2-SP3 -H-5 1 Zoraamgmzossraaafam -1 -- C1 UZSNPZIPJUQZ g'X'c2U?3'i' I " 40-Emu 3 m45QO2:u mf ggogfmg m D-lgojm' 5 ,: le 1119 sf 111, pam, Km -Q . 2 fspz am Qpz M1192 Q o-QQ,-Qin Q Emo mm O 112, mx'--Drum fe W 04C U4 C 3, C C :gg Je E E cn IUTJO O3 3- , On 3, 3, X F' Qmgcom, - R - - 13 " '4 nw 0 VH Z Z w rn 3 Op - E sr ,2 cz 3 2 33, 'O U 92 f' 3 SEQ' 2: 92 C 'II Q N m ul C-itz' -21 QD ...B by br :fb as 1' E: :N 'Cm I I xv ossossgssgiizggss S- 51 zxzrzrnwznnbzzznwzzxus CDU m4-4m-4-4m44mrnm-ammff 97 U, B is Q3 O CD Um 2? 1 T0 r 3-an zu 2 5 f""' in Q.. U7 3 5 CD Q-:r 'T1 53 Z 3 ' nl ll' r o CD fl? 3 Z as N O. MMWWM P gg- CD O W as r gg N cn fp - CCS' 9 X w MWm,,,,,g4wff'W"""'WmVM6 s r am r ,, ,Var , N O : K VE , ,ew N rx Q1 C-'B Q f -1 'K -.,. 251, S 'M 5 2' s' "', I Wi :mf5,"'z+'-114 V 1 is - Lg W ,gwwn:q.s. ,bw f 3 9 1 N, O mfr N 'meal-1 I 3 4 A V325 , 5 ,Q . 5 R1 ,,,.r at CIS' MM my W SW 5 ,,X,, X ,,:N Defensiveness was the key he girls' junior varsity and freshman basketball teams aspired to make this their most prosperous year at Deer Valley. Mr, Mark Palombo, coach for the freshman team commented, "The strength of our team lies in fundamentals and defense." J.V. coach, Mr, Don Cline stated, 'The J.V team's size and experience are its strength against its opposition." ' . . .Size and experience are its strength. . ." Mr. Cline also stated that experience with juniors and sophomores also aided his team. Mr, Palumbo decided to teach girls basketball because, "Mr. Kendall convinced me it would be a good experience." Girls' JV Basketball front row Heather Shannon and Jody McGoldr1ck back row Coach Don Schouten Dawn Davenport Jill Bennett Mist: Proudflt Amber Upton Wendy Mrdutt and Diane Echols SCHEDULE GIRL S JUNLOR VARSJTY BASKETBALL 312187 XAVlER HOME 314187 Ol-IAPARRAL AWAY 4110187 GOLDWATEF4 AWAY 3117187 GREENWAY HOME 3120187 APOLLO HOME 3124187 HORIZON AWAY 3131187 SHADOW MOUNTAIN HOME 414187 KOFA HOME 417187 MOON VALLEY HOME 4110187 THUNDERBIRD AWAY 4114187 AVIER AWAY 4116187 ST MARY'S HOME 4121187 GFTEENWAY AWAY 4124187 APOLLO AWAY 4128187 HORIZON HOME 4129187 SHADOW MOUNTAIN AWAY 511187 CAMELBACK AWAY 515187 MOON VALLEY AWAY 518187 THUNDERBIRD HOME Cline, Shelby Francom, Theresa 1 f 7 GIRLS' JV BASKETBALL :Ma mr 279 www eistiness proves potential he Deer Valley girls' varsity basketball team expected a successful season, with the help of their coach lvlr. Gary King. "The girls are highly dedicated to the game, and are looking to play hard and surprise Deer Valley with their outcome." commented King. ,K The girls varsity team has a total capacity of tour seniors and ,I j seven juniors. "The girls are highly dedi- cated to the game. . ." Coach King also commented r that his players have a lot oi H jj j potential, they're feisty, and they practice hard, which is 8 good Passing the ball over the heads of her Looking for an open person on her thing because they face tgugjq teammates is junior Kassie Bartlett. team at practice is junior Shellie Owen competition. 1 Z fffwffwffiy f 255,727 7 Dribbling the ball around her j opponent, senior, Cori Darnell, and gs s N tsg. - down the court is junior Aymee COVZO. Preparing to get the ball across the court with a pass is junior Jackie aims' VARSITY BASKETBALL Somsh 220 tat at mir Shooting the ball for two points at one of the many practices they've had, team members try to perfect skills. Dribbling the ball while locking for someone to pass to is junior, Aymee Corzo. ,.,.- GI LS vAnsn'v ASKETBALL W oft I, ,, We , ,. I ,, ff ff , f, . ,, . . - Gsrls' Varsnty Basketball Coach Gary Kung Chris Staples Wendy Jones Renata Cannon Lssa Follett Corn Darmell, Jackie Soillsh Kassse Bartlett Sheltie Owen, Aymee Corzo and Crndy Gorusch 1 312187 314187 3117187 3120187 3124187 3131187 414187 417187 4110187 4114187 4116187 4121187 4124187 4128187 4129187 511187 515187 518187 SCHEDULE 87 GmLS'VARSWY BASKETBALL XAVER CHAPARRAL ' GREENWAY APOLLO HORQON SHADOW MOUNTAIN KOFA MOON VALLEY THUNDERHRD AVER ST.MARVS GREENWAY APOLLO HOREON r SHADOW MOUNTAIN CAMELBACK MOON VALLEY THUNDERHRD HOME AWAY HOME HOME AWAY HOME HOME HOME AWAY AWAY HOME AWAY AWAY HOME AWAY AWAY AWAY HOME GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL P l .,,.,,, 'E YN J fe . , leer . V i mwmx www-1-rv ir' Cylinda Huhn, Sophomore, and Jennifer Shannon, Junior, go for the win in a practice race. - Demetrius Gibbs sophomore Sophomore, Jeff Fogel, watches to receives the baton,from senior ljroy :SE,l21igeg5gnt?3ir?3L' xyvgigihes with Kinney, in the 4x40O relay. , ' ' Anna Determination can be seen in Junior Dave Kittleson's face as he throws the shot put. , rf' ,ff if, rf ff ,, 'f"' f f . , ' 4 , l 'XV ' f, 3 I f'lV,,k f My ,', YW! X G-rw Tfavk Team: fer err J r J i r f Jody Barrett, Dade Forwood, y Heather Fraker, Kelly hGeraghffy,r ' Cylinda Huhn, Kirn'Katz, Michelle , Lafko, Jennin Lichtenwaiter, Echo Sheppard, Krista Smith, Shain, h f , Thacker, Tanzy Toves, Deborah Yackley, Cassandra Chambers, a f r Michelle Conyard, Ann Law, Cheri Magsarn, Tammy Nelson, Shannon Oconnor, Kimberlee Sears, Jennifer Shannon, Nguyetthu Vo, Mecca Wagner, Jodie Welsh, Katza Diehl, Tabitha Bay, Denise Carr, Julie Davy, Dena Dupont, Jennifer Fleser, Shannon Forshey, Jill Heemstra, Andrea McKenzie, Pauline Simmons, Stephanie Flaute, Kelly Herrington, and Tracy Martens. 222 Tier 1 , ff " f J, ,W 'WV ,l ' J ' Z i, f 7. Zi af f 5. 1' Junior Larry Aguilar does aerobics on Tracy Mertens, senior, warms up during practice before her next meet. ' TRACK , ., .4 ,f,, ,,,, W, rrff, W-,,.- f,,.W .T ' ' H7 4:v.iff!?.-if ff" Dedication and practice put perspectives in view nder the excellent supervision of Head coach Jim Addabbo, this year's track team just might follow in the footsteps of last season's award winning team, Coach Addabbo isn't alone on the coaching staff. He is backed by, Mike Forrest, Clyde Tubic, Marilyn France, and Kim Ulrich-Suss. Stephen Carroll, senior, is a distance runner. Being a distance runner, he focuses on endurance and an ability to run long distances. Carroll gave his opinion on this season as, 'Even though this years track team is smaller than last years, and a lot of key runners graduated, there's still potential in both the runners and the coaches to have a winning season. lt's just a matter of pulling it all together." a rainy day. , f'1:fzQ.:f5:fs1,,. r- - ., ,-.5 , ,.,,, , - . -.'- .1 , SWA-'l.of'7?Ziilf3-Q-fT ' 1, 'S'S'1'T25P71'ff I ' .... - . : vi'-leiilii -. - ,r p viiiieiijfzfferlii . ii? iii i -,.,,,,,,y:., f.1.,2Pm.,-as E5eaf1.ff,..wc 4. f f - . -'r-r 1 "firilf.Lr'fa3.'i f.:2:?f-'-- 'S Si. ' 1 ii.. V is ' a Z 741 'T if F 1? . ' vs . 4 ,V.,,. , f, ageawn-wg.-W ,iw-gyg:'.vv-gel -Vf,-, ...V. ,,,L . f ' A V , V, V , , . Practices are a big part of any type of sport. The track team practices Monday thru Friday 2:35-4:30. A good method according to coach Addabbo is that if an athlete is commited to working out, hefshe will give iOO0!0 at a track meet. Addabbo likes working with the athletes because he enjoys helping them reach goals. Boys' Track team: Eric Bolus, Vinni Capassc, Alan Childers, Jason Crawford, Ryan Curie, Jeff Fogel, Demetrius Gibbs, Todd Ingersoll, Jeff Jansen, Brad Mednick, A Jack Metzler, Sen Reilly, Shane '..i. Rostefmundt, Mike Stratton, Dan Swan, T ff Scott Wiiey, Larry Wofford, James Wood, ...., gig .l.,,. yi ,..,.5 ,1.?g11ril, A, , fy Larry Aguilar, Eric Axelrod, Charles ffiizifif g',' ,l.'V T T j, f 'ff l fr T Corridori, Dan Daugherty, Rich . T T f 3 fl V ' liig ,,,,,. f ,Q ' fi X' "iif www, Mm, Dubberstein, Steve Gerlock., David Hauff, if W Vffa 1.Q 'I J l W g Mg Chris Hester, Dave Kittleson, Dave Kramer, .g:'J,'5 iw' Aa ' 'Eff J - . 7 3 Brett Leonard, Tony Long, Scott McKean, "T ,,.,'2M f' 3, Eric Mcvicker, Chet Morasch, Brian T 93' i' .if H ,, gi Ig, ,,,l 4 hm' Omanson, David Orlando, Todd Bainter, . .,,. T,-7 f- 0 ,, . A r- -gi. Z W Kirk Borg, John Bowman, James Brown, .,... .,,.,,, ' f V, infix. v.-. V ' ,.,, ., , . .,,, . . , .Mmm dd d dgldl Nw Yiry V Steve Carrojll Mark Churcheyl Sean Currie, ..,... ...M ....... . T ..... .,...,. I -.,,,. la., ,....,. Ed Ei5n9"f Mike GVGQQQ T0m HiCk9Y- TVOY is f Y . fra A ' V T 5 " V Y' I' Q Mmmnffw ""A"" " Kinney, Tony Scavuzzo, Eric Strait, Don I 1 ,,,, ,,., .... .... ,,,,,, , ,,W,,.,w,...,,,,ll,.,,,,,,,,,,?3,,,,,,Zor ',,g,,,:3i WMWW ""' Stroessenreuther, Emegf Tasl-yo' Jason if I , Z ' 1 Alexander, Matthew Bayes, David Dunn, Z ..,..,. ., . .,j,, ..,,., . . , . , .,..,. ..,......,.... ,.,.... , A. .... .Q .,...... T... ......... .. ,,. .......,...,, 2 .L ..,, . ,..,. ,,.... 1 ,,... . John Hadey Robert Hood Brian Home , .... .. , A ,Q .2 Q gn-16 U . V 1 i T , " W T ' ' .X ' ' ' W Cecil MacPherson, James Fiaduenz, Tom N A I Mah, V W VWMYMXNNH-HV ......,f.,....., 7 -I mmwmm-a..p qw I fauaw. 2 m7+ nfrIr'irL:gHL2- f i'6,,f'a1. 4, 'J.:L"fri m2h.w.2.+y'Ji:1'. sth -.4 vw 3 ' 1 1 .. , C. t,,r.,,4., 6 , 1 jl f rxawmn ,fffwa-2,-we e mf ' 154,82 'k.l.,x,w 7,.5,"'.l.t0 ' ' ', ' J, fm ff :Jw -v- f. vnfvnh.-1 ,v U " ' Simpson, Richard Toves. BOYS' TRACK Look fit Tin! Z wwf Av 'Hof-W 'filvlfv ,--5 vw-may-,1, ,,, ,W 44 fy 11 1, -cfvmmf I Z if "g". ', If , fff1111w1W,,fW AWW fv,5,,,A,,::g':?i!4'X33?wm'mh" Q .A 82 .11 Q-was Q FW , ,,. R' .,,.,,N,,,,. ,. N., v.,.., O .A X Junior Chris Larson prepares himself to return the ball back over the net. ' o - :ff ffffllff f!.!ff,! 'ff fl rfx ,wx 1 8. ff f'i'ffff' fffwfffwfff 4, ff , .2 A, 2 .,., ,,,,Q,,AQ.Q-A-f-'1"""" , A Preparing to return the ball is Laisa Burns, sophomore. Det?'mm?ti9"' Shows in the fac? of Senior Kristi Howell after returnung the ball. , , A Aff, ' O ,, A I , 'K X I I . ll ff I, , I I Cf' V, I A, Yr 41 I K If ,Vi,, My Vr,, jill ,,'l if Tanya Beregszaszy, Kelli Welch, , ilpl A K z f lyll Tammy Klaus, Shari Norde Bottom 1 A K K K K 'K K K K K K K K K Row: Kristi Howell, Sherry Angell, f Shana Larimer, Bindi Burns A llll , SCHEDULE "87" , A KK A J l A , I . ,,,f 2 , fl - L! , f GIRLS' VARSIW TENNIS A A 2110187 sr. MARY's Home A , 5 2117187 SHADOW MOUNTAIN AWAY , 1 A- 2119187 GLENDALE HOME . . , A , p 2124187 wAsH1NeroN AWAY K 1 A 2128187 SUNNYSLOPE Home , ,A 318187 Gomez AWAY 1 , 318187 Moon VALLEY Home A , V , 3110187 XAVIER HOME K - 1 X' 3124187 THUNDERBIRD HOME A w 3125187 HORIZON AWAY , , K Q A 3128187 GOLDWATER AWAY K K 412187 WDEPENDENCE AWAY V 417187 ST. MAaY's AWAY ,A . - --' -+- - 419137 MOON VALLEY AWAY 1, . r ' 4114157 GREENWAY HOME ' , f K 'f ' r 2 5 'E 4116187 APOLLO HOME , , p V,,, , I, 224 T181 I ilu ,bf, .1314-sulnmff-4""1r""" , . ,LP' 5 ,, ,A,, , K '-- ,A 1 , ' '1 ,....pna,1xif'i 'S' "" With the hope for an ace, senior Dan Ramsey serves the ball. aff' 'f1m2z 'ffiim if i K f ., A V, , 11.12.24 Concentration shows on junior Randy l-lowell's face as he returns the serve. Strength and motivation brings success his year's tennis teams have the strength and motivation to obtain a very successful season. "The girls are motivated, hard-working, competitive, aggressive, and intelligent." commented Mrs. Catherine Heimann, coach. The boys are returning from an li-2 season. Chad Jones, sophomore, and Kelli Welch, junior, were this year's best players. Coach Hepting explained, "Chad wants to be the best." Kelli is very competitive in tournaments outside of Deer Valley, which gives her the advantage of playing year round. Each of this year's players possesses the qualities of a wining tennis player. lt's these qualities that will help them achieve a winning season and aim high for the future. Boys' Varsity Tennis Team: Kevin Wray, George Stamatelatos, Mark McKenzie, Dan Ramsey, Randy Howell, Chad Jones, Coach Jim Hept- ing r 1, fi r , K K1 e z i lap: , r ., A K 1 l K tennis team: Ffon11KH0w:1Ge0fQe 1 1. 4 i,.ilr V i Stamatelatos, Chad'fJones,jBack Ki A 'i'i'f ."- --',f'i . , K ,, . , , K ' X , ,f , , ,1 .11 , ,,,, , .X , , .11 , , . . . , , , ,.,., , , , , , Kevln Vvrayh,Mark!V,M,CKenZIe,,V V foannygnamsey., aandYKKHQwe11,,, A 1 ',C0aCh HGPWUQCK, i 7 K 4 7 1 7, ff Q soYs' VAfgSiTY!Tf5NNlS U1 if , 1 5 2117187 1 sHAoow MOi.iNil'AlNf ' A HOME K J 1 A . A 2119187 GLENDALE K K AWAY 1 . K. 2124187 wAsHlNcroN 1 Home K A ,y 2126187 suunvstops KK AWAY A - L in-' 313187 contsz , 1 HOME ' g ' 315187 MOON VALLEY K AWAY K Ka 3110187 BROPHY Home 3124187 muuoerzeiisio AWAY . K - 3125187 Homzon Home A t , 3126187 eotowmen Home ' A f 412187 mospsmosmce Home 5 ' , . 419187 MOON VALLEY HOME ,f r f . . V K 4114187 GREENWAY AWAY A I 1 4116187 APOLLO AWAY 1' . V 'XV Ay- -r,. 7 f ",. ,f 2 .X 1:5 7 4' ' . I Y .....Q..-nag BO YS TENNIS L88-11 .8 71141 225 Mike Reeves, Senior, , r participates in various cycling events around the country. Cyoirng provedrto be a ' r popular sport with students on campus. r . r 226 Senior, Dennis Albani, releases his ball hoping for another strike. Dennis was YABA Stare Bowler of the Year, John Emerson, senior, with co-driver Kevin Hare alumnus, take their Frame Works, Chenowth class 2 car over some very rough terrain in the Mini 400 in I as Venns: M Excitement is shown in out ot school sports xtraourricular sports are an exciting way to show enthusiasm. Elsworth Watson, junior, entered a bicycling competition in New York. He finished 23rd out of 70 other competitors. Skiing was one sport that dedicated participants eagerly awaited. Skiers traveled to the local spots like 1 Sunrise and Snowbowl, or the rnioulntains of Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico. When adequate safety equipment fwasiused, car racing and motor cross proved to be exciting sports, With races almost, every weekend students found time to participate and view the competitions. it Bowling made a comeback. it bTournaments were held at most '77 V , A fi Qff, QZW6 , f, ,f,, ,. f 'ft ,f fo.'z:f4f, f , f, ff 4.f,,N,, f f, A f Wfiff 7547 ff' i H, ,, , ,Q ,7,,,4f,!,,f7pff,, fmyfg ,f,f, ,f4g,1,fV ,f XZ ' fff f 4,,f,fffffyQ . ,ffi f ,, r f . , l, .f,y,f, y,!y, f . .,,. ,,ff,a,,,54ff Wvffl- ef, , W wx, qw-kg My ,f ,V -Q,-W f V f , ft, ff f , .f,,f, . 7f,mfg7,f,WA,f,-4Qf'f allies here as well as leagues for the l declicated bowler. Showing off for the camera, sophomore David McDermott, 1e25cc Pro, practices tor an upcoming race in California. ff Q fi-. may H .Q f, u' ' f HW, kW.-Z 1 ff W ,X . K I W 7 27,2 M . l I 4, . l ,r ' f V ,W g J! ff f i f' f , ' , if .--1 ,V M' if V, f 4- Le ex N 'E- dl f iff . 64 fl ,, 'lVii6h2alie?RyeHener,i iixnior, relaxes between EXTRA CURRICULAH MOrriSflooks on. Load Az T ,f 'ff5 f Qs f fi f f' if , .ff f , f ,ykk f V . , mfmvm v ' W , 1 nf Q, n 'X f ff fiwi If 'iff' ,, f 9? I I 'f ""'f +11 L, , , vw f"f" ' 5 T27 N is X is A Q Si F -M D Z9 ,Z f Z if Z f f W f 'w fxffww'-,f'v,-'nf' ,ffwwfzfw:f,wQ..f9fuQ4f'17fq,-wwf-'Q-Y-f-,paw:unix Yamfrf':-aw-'f:wf2-wivf1wN'.:fvxkaww-frwrkzqfhswsngmis,crmmew2sa'wwf:ffxwxwmxxe:':,mwar..-,. wrsaaugmvsmnsx'-"-' ,,, Jim Addabbo Free Enterprise t Introduction to Computers Accounting 3-4 RODBH AI'Ch8l' LFTM Sports 1-2, 3-4 Jim Allen Ann Allison American History Special Services Rachel Arnold Sabre Bachtell English 1-2, 5-6 Special Services Rick Amanati Fieading Carl Bakemeier Special Services Wendy Ancona AMIAZ Government Algebra 1-2, 3-4 Consumer Math Lenda Barker Chris Barnes Health!Drivers Ed Outdoor Adventure General Science Brian Anderson XA Astronomy!Geology Ax Thora Anderson English 3-4, 5-6 Chuck Bell General Science Wildlife Biology Melba Bennett Patty Blair Bettie Brixey Marcie Brown Irene Clegg XX Corinne Cole Ann Colombo Micro Computers English 1-2, 5-6 Counselor General Science English 3-4 Foods Consumer Math Basic Programming Biology Speech 1-2 Single Survival Algebra 1-2 KeYb09fdinQ V2 Public Speaking Trigonometry A ark Palombo, has needs, but it is a lot offunf' been teaching at He also commented on 1 Deer Valley for what it meant to him to be a three years. When asked teacher. "lt's a big respon- what had brought him to sibillty, and a very diverse Deer Valley, he answered field otworkf' "lt was a growing district, and it had an excellent While at Deer Valley Mr. Pa- by business department." lombo has seen a few changes through the years. 5 Mr. Palombo, who graduat- "The school is more orga- ed from ASU, had achieved nized, class selection has an AA in Construction grown and school spirit has J Drafting and a BA in Busi- increased a lot." yr ness Education. He went to 1 high school at Paradise Val- Mr. Palombo has also ley. taught free enterprise and is in charge of the school A "lt's really a challenge un- store. 1 derstanding students' Mr. Polombo supervises as students run the school store. . LMA az 7.4141 ff tit rtll W' Ted Corley Lisa Cota Algebra 3-4 American History N Consumer Math Sociology Jack Evans Laura Fore Auto 1-2 Eng ish 1-2, 3-4 Vocational Welding Kelly Hassett- Kathy Hedges Ross AM IAZ Government Speech Language Barbara Daggett Readrng Student Government Melanie Freeman Algebra 1 2 Geometry Consumer Math X Gloria Dahlqulst Keyboarding 1 2 Notehand Introduction to Computers Ed Feliz Englrsh 1 2 7 e Cathy Hermann Nllm Heptlng Engllsh 7 8 3 4 English 3 4 5 6 W M7 f 13' I f ,4 fo fin 1 W Ron Dickson Advanced Band Musrc Composltlon lntermedrate Band Jazz Band Beglnnlng Band W yy , f ,lg ff! I ,l 'W 4' Diane Feist Pteadlng Study Skulls Dave Hodges Psychology Amerlcan Hlstory 729 Debbie Eubanks LFTM Sports 1 2 3 4 P E o P L E Gall Gerald Physics General Science Jett Holder Consumer Math Basic Programmlng Larry Eubanks Systematics LF'l'M Sports 1 2 3 4 Roy Harrington Vocatlonal Electronlcs Debbie Holland Keyboardlng 1 2 Office Procedures BELL NOMINATED FOR STATE TEACHER OF THE YEAR Mr. Chuck Bell science teacher helps out interested stu dents during class. ildlrte blology and sc: ence teacher, Mr Chuck Bell, was no mnnated for teacher of the year award "Late rn August, Dr Smlth informed me that l had been one of the noml nees " Mr Bell commented when he was asked how he had found out about the news Mr Bell was hrred by Dr Srms strarght out ot college to work at Deer Valley Junior Hugh He llked rt so much that he stayed wlth the dlstnct lvlr Bell has been teachrng for thirteen years sux at the rumor hugh lev el and seven at the hlgh school level When asked what wrld lute blol ogy involved, he answered, "Wild lrfe blology deals with ecology and anrmal behavror, ln contrast to regular biology " "My greatest reason for teachrng IS seelng students achleve", was hrs answer when he was asked what workrng wlth students has meant to hlm He also com mented on what lt meant to be a teacher "To me being a teacher rs helplng students and belng SSDSITIVG to aca demic and emotional needs Also provldlng support and being a frlend to students" ft tn W ,, , 2 if X Ii 6 I, C! V in ,,:,,V5, it f f A " f ri -' Ffa ' I' 5- ' 4 21' M ifjff . ' f -IV , V. ' f' ff, ' ' ' - 1 W f 9 1 ' J . ff fff ff f Q Qygyj L.f2ffV, . 36 I I. L f f 4? . X if f, , f,w,,4 3 w uf' ? , , f 2 Aff' ' 31' 4 V-' 4' 4' ' ' ' f 'L 5' 21 ff' nf ,XO '57 l , W f f xi 'fav 21 ' ,,,..,- 4,2 ,fgggf 4' r, f' 15? X 1 T, . . . . 5:11 .J , " Vw- v ll my 'rf' 5' ' , .A f Qt 1' 7 4' Q - 7? :Ml 7:1 A A Q 1 , f 1:1 sf, ff , x , - 4 - - . , , . - Q - - Look A1 7514! 2.37 MUSIC MOTIVATES TEENS ith a degree in music education, Mr. Ron Dickson directs the Skyhawk band. As a graduate of Golden City East, Michigan, Mr. Dickson moved to Ari- zona in 1979 to use his major instrumental music to teach teens. For one year he took the position of assistant di- rector at Thunderbird High School before mov- ing to Saquaro High to di- rect himself for another four years. He has been directing the band here at Deer Valley for three years now. Outside of school Mr. Dickson enjoys such ac- tivities as racquetball, tennis, and golf. Occa- sionally he will also um- pire for the baseball and softball games at various high schools. "I really enjoy it here at Deer Valley," Dickson comments. "The kids are really great, not just as students, but also as people." During his free time Mr. Dickson helps out one of his stu- dents. Diane Houpt English 5-6 Carol Iflurley Yearbook Keyboarding 1-2 C.O.E. Newspaper Journalism 1-2 ,Xi Shirley Kaye it Karen Kerns Special Services Counselor 'i Marge Malatesta 5-,Vinnie Marchese Special Services American HlST0fY FA CUL TY Look 1-Z 'M-Ln! Saroi Jagernauth Biology General Science Lorraine King American History Kay Marshall Medical Arts H,O.E. Sheila Jones Audio Visual Coordinator Diana Kogan Arizona Government American History J.T. McCarthy Gymnastics Vickie Jones Spanish Doris Krzystofczyk Special Services Paul McCIendon Electronics Richard Joralman Business Machines Personal Finance Mark Kalouros Arizona Government Neil Larue Mary Luckenbil General Science English 5-6 Chemistry Writing for College Gary McSpadden Graphic Arts Photo 1-2 Beth Mehne Psychologist if OUTDOOR LIFE llilllll? SUITS INSTRUCTOR V I ' M Cindy Metzger Karen Meyer Gymnastics Dance 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 P.E,o.P.i..E. David Page Mark Palombo Photo 1-2 Free Enterprise l.C.E. School Store ' 1 Jeannie Sabrack English 7-s Comparative Literature ichard Russell Accounting 1-2 Keyboarding 1-2 Elizabeth Morse Reading Lab College Prep Dick Patty Counselor Nadine Salahub Spanish French i . QW 556,5- . ' 15' r "iffy 4' rift 1, - ei,. -rs 9 saw ' , ' Lin Murnane Special Services Xshirley Peck American History Global Studies Trini Sandoval rs. Lenda Barker is an individual who has many facets to her personality. She has been teaching for 21 years. Arizona State University is where she earned both her B.A. and her Masters degree. Teaching a class like outdoor adventure, she gets the oppor- tunity to know her students more personally. The outdoor adventure group takes field trips to places like the Grand Canyon to hike the l-favasupai trail and fishing in Payson. When not crosscountry skiing fishing, hunting or horseback riding, she enjoys spending time at her second home at Stoneman Lake. Mrs. Barker said, "My person al view of life is to be able to fit in to the outdoor life and also the social atmosphere." Mrs. Barker takes a break from her busy schedule. Vocational Welding Gerhard Poetzl American History hris 0'Brien Jean Oracheff XLoyd Myers C AMXAZ Government Special Services Tom Reeve Catherine Counselor Reynolds English 1-2, 3-4 Bob Sarieant Cas Saverino Jean Say Chemistry AMXAZ Government EUQIISI1 3-4. 5-6 FACUL TY Lai az mi! 233 David Scott Vocational Photography Jan Showers Anatomy Biology Joe Stempnicwski Rebecca Library Stephens Ceramics Design Fundamentals ix Barbara Surlott Flint Swerdteger Theatre 'tWildlite Biology General Science Karen Siewers Dance 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 Ed Sink Drafting 1-2 Automotives 1-2 Diane Stevenson Free Enterprise Business Law Basic Business Algebra 1-2 i, Larry Stephenson General Science Robert Sisson Algebra 1-2 Calculus Joyce Stotiers Clothing H.E.n.o. Joanne Talarico XKeith Talley X Ken Thilges English 7-B Biology XTrig!AnaIyticaI Geometry ENGLISH TEACHER wiNs Horton, KISSES Pie rs Joanne Talarico at tended the University ot Pennsylvania for four years I decided to teach English because It is a beautr ful language I love to read and I am a literary person She moved to Arizona In 1975 She first taught at the junior high but came to Deer Valley High School when IT opened This year Mrs Talarico was chosen for the Kiss the Pig contest I was shocked and surprised that people would vote for me I also felt honored because I love piglets she explained Mrs Talarico enjoys playing basketball as well as other things I love to decorate and I like to break dance' The strangest thing I ve ever encountered in school was in 1967 when I walked into an AP class and talked for about a halt an hour Then I realized it wasn t my classl said Talar co The worst thing that happened some students carried her out of the room and put her in the boys bathroom sink Dianne Hoots Spear Geometry Dennis Stoneman American History Beth Thul Fashion Plus Single Survival Carol Stapleton English 1-2, 5-6 Irene Stover Word Processing Free Enterprise Shorthand Gary Townsley Vocational Cabinet l.C.E. Mrs Talorico gets ready to kiss the pig at the Homecoming assembly . K i . , . H ' ' H I U ' 5 L ' D I ll ' - I . A . " in one of her classes was when . I H rslgiyip I 7 : FACULTY Look 41 Tia! Danene Truetl Clyde Tubic Spanish 3-4, 5-6 English 7-8 LS Work Experience ' . r , 4, 4 4, ' -- , I 2 , wifi ,Q Jvfg y W " anew N555 K 5 if 7 ,lf ' it , yt' I ,vw I uni Larry Tuscano Special Services Will Watson R.O.T.C. Joseph Washburn Mary Valdez Ray Valdez NZHCY Van Pell Special Services Ft.O.T.C. English 7-8 Chorus Writin fo Linda Vlliles Marilyn Young Aerobics Special Services g r College 1 - I PRACTICAL ARTS OFFER LIFE-TIME INTEREST, CAREER , Xff W x lil! evoting half of his life to Industrial Education, Mr. Gary McSpadden, graphic arts and Photo 1-2 teacher, enjoys the combina- tion of working with high school students and their posi- tive attitudes toward learning. Mr. McSpadden attended Phoenix College and then went on to study Industrial Education at Arizona State University. "Besides attending school full time, l spent 40 hours a week running my own screen printing and photo business." he said. Working with high school stu- dents on stage craft influ- enced him in making the deci- sion to teach. He chose high school because he felt that the students would be easier to re- late to because of their matur- ity Aside from teaching, lvlr. McSpadden enjoys playing racquetball, working with his computer, and building model airplanes. "I do a little bit of everything, but my job keeps me out of other extra-curricu- lar activities I used to be in- volved with." he commented. Mr. McSpadden enjoys the students and appreciates those who try their hardest whether or not they succeeed. "Deer Valley, as a whole, is a good school. Ninety per cent of the students are Qreat. lt's the other ten per cent that cause the headaches," he said. Mr. McSpadden feels that contributing time to his stu- dents is very important, "Most ' students will talk to me when they have a problemg that's good when you're a teacher." - Mr. McSpadden has no radical I plans for the futureg he would just like to improve on what he's doing now. Mr. Gary McSpadden shows his dedication to graphic arts. LMA AZ T641 ns 'ist NX! X t., kr f- -+...,.,, I ,, g Dr. E. Jim Smith, principal, leads the administrative team in the unified effort that characterized the 1986-87 school year. SMITH ENJOYS STUDENTS r. Jerry Smith is commented. the new associate lvlr. Smith moved up principal at Deer Valley High School. He describes his position as new and exciting. from assistant principal in charge of athletics and activities. With the help and support of Principal Dr. E. Jim Smith, this year promised to be one of the best possible and the experience and cooperation of the teachers, faculty, and student body made this year truly spectacular. "I enjoy working with our students and the variety of responsibilities associated with the position. A positive atmosphere exists at Deer Valley which makes spending one third of your life here enjoyable and exciting." Smith 235 DR. SMITH LEADS UNIFIED TEAM his year Dr. E. Jim Smith became Deer Valley's third principal. This enabled him to become more involved in helping students and teachers with their problems. "Overall, my first semester as principal of DVHS has been very rewarding. Almost without fail students, staff, and parents have responded when asked to assist in making improvements in the campus. l'm looking forward to continued unified effort in making i DVHS the best . possible high school." commented Dr. Smith. Dr. Smith replaced last year's Principal Robert ' J. Sauter who left last June to take a job as I director of curriculum in the district office. Sauter was the principal after Dr. I Lanny Kope who was the principal when the school opened in 1980. 5 I Mr. Jerry Smith, associate principal, checks a schedule change. l i ff V 0 t, bf A J L-2533 .f I A X l . f . , v ff ,fwfr C .lf 'zfza 5 ff v ,,, , - '-vcd' ' f - 'f fit V S f to ,l .Ao .f ' fi X '-f My 'ff' , X , ,,,. l I f . Q ,, , , , , X N., ,I 3 ADIN-I-mNIIS'IlIiATlN7E TEAM l Z ,L,f'f J' f f 52241 iffy ff s.,f..ff ,U ,fy , . V Qt, -'-f t"f'f uf' ' Q if MP1 341 f -' ff 1 , df ,ff 4 -J f J J f , :i'w'S.7f Zfaf 1442121-1?lff V, , ,I A , V, n L-A :K 5 , P-ff' :1Q57yl 7 23, ffv ,ffl ffm i .f ,ff f r. Art Nichlas, assistant 1 principal in charge of student conduct, takes care of discipline problems that 1 f 1' Lf' fl? ff , X aw , W ,' ,s , , , 7 Lib' 1' ,si V .f':'1V ' ,ff i f '7' 7'-522.2-'X 'X ..- arise within the student body. This makes him one of the most well- knovvn administrator. A As the assistant f L principal facilities and wf athletics, lvlr. Wayne .16 I A Kindall is a very familiar ff' face around campus. All of the sports, activities, GUIDES STUDENT BODY and facilities fall under his jurisdiction. Ms. Barbara Daggett, assistant principal! attendence is our first women administrator. She has novv finally accomplished her long sought after goal, while still maintaining her first love- teaching. Although she is an assistant principal, she still handles a homeroom and teaches Student Government and reading classes. Mr Art Nlchlas, Assistant Principal!Student Conduct Mr Wayne Klndall Assistant Principal!Facilities and Athletics Ms Barbara Daggett, Assistant Principal!Attendance W - I I l I h p - ' Y V V V ......,, ,,,,,.,., , , C , V I l V' ' ff ii " ff' 4L'1U3,' , "f'f0:f'79.fwi' Y' ,, r ' 'QLz"fffQ,-ff yVf,i:,9-y, gr ff : ' . , f '.ff!1f,'ff.fr.f1if . ' l ,, r A i Vi A ' ' ' ' ' r f I r t ff' ' .V I ' ff ., .im f , Aryan' . V, '7 , , ,fy , ,. , ,. ,H.,ffLf,,.,,, , ., ,J fzif ',,. ,. f , 1 l l - I Q LOJZUMZQST-IEA 23 7 DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION I -I i i Deer Valley Unlfled School Drstrrot Board of Eduoatron Mr Jrnn Stoll Mrs Arlene Duston Mr Bull Wharton Ms Mary Lees Mr Make Griddle Superlntendents Front Row Dr Don Combrrnk Mr BobertSauter Ms Jody Lernenvvever Back Bow Dr Bob Jones Mr Torn Boone Dr Edgar G Sums fSuperrntendent of Schoolsy . . , . , . , . ' I , . . l i 1 ' 1 1 g 1 l I I I i 1 i 5 f ' 2 I 2 1 -rn B B oo f , I . , - 1 - , . . , . , . . ' I DISTRICT ADMINLS' THA TION SUPPORTING STAFF Mr John Hardin enjoys being the Admlnlstrator on Asslgnrnent for Student Conduct Admlmstratlon Secretaries Ms Donna Mahar Ms Marsha Stoner Mrs Sandy l-lorton Mrs Ruby Brown Ms Chene Hawkins Attendance Secretaries, Ms Sherry Shelly Ms Mane Per Registration Secretarues Ms Carolyn St John Mrs hacs Sandy Peppers Ms Judy Casey . 1 P , . , , . , . , , . , . , . . i I 1 I - 1 - - - M., 3' 'M ii, 1 -.. ,. f M ,,, V' . .L . .sm ,, , W W, X C, f y V A. X Q O I 1 - - I ' - , . . X ' I '-'-rfioilmvili 239 -9PP9RT'NE SVEEF. Q-4' .,--vv'f' ,l, W, 4.-A--we Q W , no . , ,MM Joe Stempnicwski, Head Librarian, snows how much he Bookstore. Mrs. Karen Haveman, Mrs. Joan Kullos enjoys his work. Q. 3 D r,rr,, Nurse Helena Lawrence, RN., takes time to relax during ner busy day of helping students. 240 936522 SUP-PQRUNG STAF-If 1 -E - U ' ood! Cleanliness! The maintenance staff works Security! Are these hard at keeping our campus things important to you clean. They maintain a as a student? Of course, beautiful school environment they are. for us, The cafeteria staff comes in The campus monitors make in the morning and cooks this campus safe, so we can 1 55535 and serves you your lunch. learn in a sate environment. ' .a'.,,f They work hard to do their best so you don't have to All ot these people are worry about getting up important around our earlier in the morning to campus and it's hard to pack your lunch. You can imagine what school would ' always count on someone be like without them. else taking care of it. . Campus Monitors. Ken Gebler, Pamela Sullivan, Dennis Maintenance Personnel. Ron Scoville, Mike Vargas, Ben Bra- ' Birtciel, Karen Drey, Jodee Cowles, Britta Stovall, Nan kefield, Bon Hensley, George Clark, Bob Simpson, Wayne Kin- Anders. dall, Vera Girton, Gary Clay, Marsha Stoner, Alvin Dickey. v 1 i 2 ff 5 V .V . ff ,Q 1: . f fi? " w ,,,, ff x , f f f ,,,, ,, , ,J 5 5 Z K., A . ' ' in - Mc-'Q 4,1-, ,, 'f I , ,,', X 1 J .g t x L Cafeteria Personnel. Virginia Cross, Carol Constantine, Marietta Bosso, Lynn Furguson, Dixie Christensen, Lea Emptage, Marie Ludisi, Denise Hewlett, Susan Whitteker, Gertrude Bongovie, Janice Volmer, Carol Hass, Nancy Mastroni, Patricia Zemis, ' Elaine Sellers, Betty Drake, Mary Ann Bircher, Anita Poloski. SUPPORTING STAFF g i,...aarZai241 SALVATORE ANTONY ABBATE-Wrestling Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Football 1, Honor Fioll, 3rd place in State Wrestling RAYMOND L. ACKERMAN III-Spanish Club, Sci- ence Club DENNIS D. ALBANI-F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, V.l.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Photography, V.H,S. Honor Roll ANTHONY L. BARTELS-Model Club 1, 2, 3, 4, MICHELE ANN BROWN-F.B.L.A., Wrestlerettes, DANA MARIE CLARK-H.E.Fl.O. Rocket Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Color Honor Roll Guard 1, 2, 3, 4 MICHELE ANN BROWNSTEIN-N H S F B L A .ioHN RAVMOND BAUER-F.F,A., soccer ski Club, Marching Band, Football' spirit Line: TIMOTHY MICHAEL BAUER-Apollo Hi h Football Manager, Honor Roll Q School, F.C.A. 3, 4, V.l.C.A. 4, F.B,L.A. 3, Varsity DENISE KAYE BRUCE-Flag Line 1, 2, Baseball ootball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4 Manager 1, 2, 4 STEPHANIE ALLISON CLARK-Prescott High School, German Club 2, Spring Musical 2, Track Manager 2, J.V. Football Manager 3 CHRISTINA CLAYPOOL-Williams High School, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, F.C.A. 1, 2, Basketball 1, Varsity Swimming 2, 3, Swimming Captain 3 SHANNIN MARIE Marching Band 1, Wind Ensemble 3, SHINE ADJUA ANTHONY-Track, French Choir Club JOE ASCENCION ARRIETA F B L A 1 4 RICHARD H. ARRONA JR.-V,l.C.A., F.B.L.A,, Wrestling LISA ANN BOECK Volleyballi IM P A C T 1 2 H E R O 4 Ski Club 4 F B L A 2 Corresponding 8 Club Secretary H.E.Ft.O. 4 RICHARD BOLAND-R.O,T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4: Year- MALEA DANEE CARNICLE Bourgade Catholic High School 1, Yearbook 4, Pep Squad 4, Newspa per 4: Track 2, Swimming 2 KENNETH L. CARNLEY-V.l,C.A., F.B.L.A. MARIA ANGELA COSTANTINO Football team manager 1 KIMBERLY D. COUCH-Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Jazz Band 45 Wind Ensemble 3, 4, Cross Country 3, MISSIE LYN ASH-Track 1, 2, 3, 41 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 RUBY BRENDA AUGUSTINE-Westwood High School 3, l.C.E. JOSE PEDRO AVENA-V.l,C.A. DAVID AVENAIM-V.l.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ANN MARIE BACKOS-Spanish Club 2, 3: Presi- dent 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4, Manager 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball scorekeeper 1, 2, 3: Honor Ftoll 1, 2: Softball Fiook- ie of the Year 2, Outstanding Defensive Player 3 GREGG W. BACOME- Ft.O.T,C. 1, 2, 33 Gymnas- tics 2, 3 HEIDI BRIGITTE BADER- F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 43 Wrest- Ierettes 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Jazz Dance 2, Gymnastics 1, 2 MARIE ANN BAKER-Clarkston High School ROBERT DALE BAKKEN-Moon Valley High 2: D,E.C.A. NANCY ANN BAKKER-F.B.L,A., l.M.P.A.C.T. CECILIA YESCAS BARAJAS-Trevor Brown High School 3, Stagecraft Nmcv Aussm BARNES-V.l,C.A. 3, 4 JERRY WAYNE BARNETT-D.E.C,A. 1, 2, 33 V.l.C.A, 1. 2, 3 EMMITT 0. BARNEY JR.-Boyd County High School ROSEANE DE SOUZA BARROS-Foreign Ex- change Student, Tennis book, Drill Team MICHAEL ANGEL BONILLA JR.-Greenway High School 3, French, Weightlifting, Speech, Honor Roll JOHN BOOZER-V.l.C.A. 3, 4, Photo Club 3, 4 KIRK STEPHEN BORG-V.l,C.A., Spanish, Cross Country BRIAN M. BORNEMANN-Ski Club, V.l.C.A., President of V.l.C,A. Welding HEATHER JO BOUCHARD-Peqout Lakes School, V.I.C,A. 4, Yearbook 4 High MICHAEL SCOTT BOWER-Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 MICHELLE LEE BOWLES-Trevor Brown School High JOHN BYRON BOWMAN-Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot- ball 1, Wrestling 2 BETTY JULENE BRAKEFIELD-Flag Line 2, Band 2 JASON DEAN BRATCHER-V.l,C,A. VICTORIA A. BREESE-D.E.C.A. 1, 2. 3, 42 F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2 WILLIAM D. BREWER-V.l.C.A.: Wrestling SPENCER KENNETH BREWSTER-Peoria High School 1, Football, Honor Fioll JAMES ROBERT BROWN JR.-V.I,C.A.: F,B.L.A.: Trap Bt Skeet Club, Track, Cross Country, Soccer JULIE E. BROWN-C.O.E., Honor Roll TIM TOSHIRO CARRINGTON-Karate Club 1, 2, Gymnastics 3, 4, Cheerleader 4 STEPHEN MICHAEL CARROLL-Spanish Club, Track, Cross Country KAREN CARUSO-Connetquot High School, D.E.C.A., Principals List Honor Ftoll COLLEEN CARVER-Spanish Club 3, National Honor Society, Captain of Varsity Basketball Spirit- line 4, Captain of J.V. Basketball Spiritline 3, Ten- nis 2, 3, Basketball Manager 2, Honor Ftoll KEVIN CASTER-Blue Ridge High School, Honor Ftoll 3 SCOTT RICHARD CASTRO-Outdoor Adventure, Honor Roll PAMELA CATALIOTO-J.A.G, 4, Spanish Club 1, Modeling Club 2, Dance 1, 2, 3 COLLEEN RENE CHAMBERS-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance 1, 2, Theatre 3, 4, Wind Ensemble 3, District Poetry Winner 3 TODD EVERETTE CHARTIER-Medical Arts 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Basketball 2, 3, Honorary Officer, Principals List 2 MATTHEW XAVIER CHAVEZ-A.F.J.H.O.T.C, 1, 2, 3, 4, A.F.J.Fi.O.T.C. Drill Team 2, 3 STACY E. CHILD-Pep Squad JAMIE CHRISTIANSEN-Bonneville High School 2, Ski Club 3, 4, H.E.Fl.O. 4, Basketball 3 DONNA MARIE CHRISTINA-F.B.L,A. 10 MARK WILLIAM CHURCHEY-V.I.C,A., Track: Football Principals List Honor Roll CHARLES T. COX-Science Club 3, Honor Ftoll AMY DAWN CRINNIGAN-Fort Dodge High School4 SHALANE CROCKETT-Pep Squad 2, Flag Line 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, H.E.Fi.O. 4: Vocational Honor Society 2 SHANNON CROCKETT-Pep Squad 2, Flag Line 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, H.E.Ft.O. 4, Vocational Honor Society 2 LESLEY SUE CROSSMAN-F.B.L.A. 1, 2. 31 V.l,C.A. 43 H.O.E. 4: Volleyball 1: Varsity Softball 2, Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, Principals List, Honor Floll DARREN CROWLEY-F,B.L.A., V.l.C.A., Honor Ftoll STACEY KAY CRYDER-Apollo High School 2, Drill Team 2, 3, 4, German 4, F.B,L.A. 1, Color Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Air Force Sergeants Association VERGIL CUNNINGHAM-Central High School JEFFERY A. CURREY-Ski Club, V.l.C.A., Football 1 LEESA DANIELS-D,E.C,A, 2: Flagline 3 JEFFERY D. DARMER- -Cactus High School, R.O.T.C., F,B.L.A., German Club, Cross Country 2, 3 CORI M. DARNELL-V.I.C.A. 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 4, All Star 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 42 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Weightlifting 3, 4, All Division Basketball and Softball 3, 4 CHERYL RENEE DAVIS-Wrestlerettes 1, 2, 3, 4 X wax Nxxxxsxs mx as sm sk if mms: fn as W KATHRYN DAVIS-Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad 23 Natignal Honor Society 43 Vocational Honor Soci- ety JOHN E. DEHART-Gymnastics EIMAN DEKAIDEK-Ski Club 43 Spanish Club 13 l.M,P.A.C.T. 13 V.l.C.A, 3, 43 H.O,E. 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 23 Science Club 4 JAMI ELWOOD-Wrestling Manager LIA MARIE GARCIA-Stage Crew: F,B3L.A.3 Span- CHRISTOPHER KIM HAWS-Yearbook3 Tennis ish Club JOHN ISAAC EMERSON-Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 43 DEBORAH ANN HAYCES- F.3.LgA. 1, 3, 43 Football 13 Wrestling 13 Football . Spanish Club 1, 23 Ski lub 43 ut oor A venture CATH' F' GARmsoN'CamelbaCk H'9h School President 43 Outdoor Adventure Club 3, 43 V.l.C.A, TIFFANY ELANE EMPTAGE-H.E.Fi.O. 2, 3: Swimming 2 SANDRA V. GARZA-Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: GARY ENSMINGER-V.l.C.A, 3, 43 Fl.O.T.C. 1, 2, Jazz Band 1, 23 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Wind VINCENT EDWARD HECK-F.C.A.I Football 13 3,4 Ensemble 3, 43 Tennis 4 TYBCIK TOMMY RAY DORRIS-Equipment Managerg Weightlifting RICHARD ALLEN DOUCETTE-Football3 Base- ball 1 KELLY DOUGLAS-Wrestling3 Bicycle Club, Span- ish Club, V.l,C.A. THERESA MARIE DREHER-Beavis High School 1, 23 Dobson High School 3 DAVID DUMON-Weightlifting Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling Club 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 MINDY BETH DUNCAN-Maryvale High School 33 Magril Choir ANDREW BOONE DUNN-Greenway High School 2: R.O.T.C, 2, 3, 4 JAMES M. DUSTON-Ski Club 3, 43 Student Gov- ernment 43 Wrestling 4 MICHAEL EAGAR-Mu Alpha Theta 1, 2: V.H.S. Honor Society 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Emmanuencis Club 43 Ski Club 3, 4 LORI ANNE EASTER-V.l.C.A. 43 Wrestlereftes TIMOTHY EDWARD EATON-Karate Club 21 V.H.S, 2, 3 DONNA MELISSA ECHOLS-Alahambra High School 2 SHANE ECKART-Outdoor Adventure LORI KAY EDWARDS-Peoria High School 11 Spanish Club 23 D.E.C.A. 33 Art Club 43 Principal's List 23 Honor Roll 2 VICKI JEAN EGGE-Drama Club 2, 3: V.H.S. 43 V.l.C.A. 3, 43 N.H.S. 43 H.O.E. 43 Chorus 2, 3, 42 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 FRANK T. ELLIOTT-Thunderbird High School 43 V.l.C.A., Baseball TAMMY L. FORMAN-Columbia High School GREGORY K. FORQUER JR.-Independence High School 13 Band 1, 2, 33 Fi.O.T.C, 2, 3, 43 Track 2 RONALD FOSS-V,l.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Mock Trail 33 V,H.S. 2, 3, 4 GREG FORSTER-Wrestling TERESA FOWLER-North Scott High School3 Choir DAWN C. FRAKER-Gymnastics Club, F.B.L.A.. Volleyball, Softball, Track DONALD STEVEN FRANK II-V.I.C.A. 3, 4 MICHAEL EDWARD FREEMAN-A.F.J. Ft.O.T.C. Drill Team, Colour Guard, German Club, Systemat- ics GLENN ARTHUR FREY-Ski Club 3, 43 Soccer 43 Honor Roll LAURA B. FRICKE-North High School 23 Impact 23 F.B.L.A. 3 STACEY FRIEDMAN-V.l.C.A. NICKI ANN FRISBY-Snider High School 23 Ski Club, French Club, Track, Honor Roll 2 KELLY FRUEH-F.B.L.A. MARK FULAYTOR-F.B.L.A. 3, 4: JAG 43 Wres- tling Manager 1 VIRGINIA MARY FUSON-Advanced Band 1, 2, 3,43 A,F.J. Fi.O,T.C. 2, 3,41 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 43 ROTC. Drill Team 2, 3, 4 LISA LYNN FUTO-Boulder High School 33 Cheer- leader 1, 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 23 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Softball 13 Basketball 13 F.B.L.A. LARRY WAYNE 'GALBREATH JR.-lndepen- dence High School 4 MICHAEL GREGGO-F.B,L.A. 13 D.E.C.A. 43 Cross Country 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Football 4 NOEL JOHN GROENEVELD-Ski Club 2: Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Football 43 Track 3, 4 DARCY LEE GSCHWEND-D.E.C.A. 43 M.D.E. 43 Dance 1, 2, 41 Band 11 l.M.P.A.C.T. 2, 3 NANCY SUE GUDENKAUF-Prairie High School 33 C.O.E.3 F.B.L.A,3 Honor Floll, V.H.S. SHAWN JERRY GUHR-V.H.S. JAMES H. HAAS II-F.F,A. 2, 3, 43 Wildlife Biology Club 2, 3, 4 MATTHEW HAMMONDS-Mock Trialg F.B.L.A.3 D.E.C.A.: Basketball3 Academic Decathalon EDWARD L. HANKS JR.-F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot- ball 13 Wrestling 13 Wildlife Biology Club 4 CHRISTOPHER HANSEN-R.O.T.C. JUSTIN T. HARPER-V,l.C.A.: V.H.S. CHARLENE MARIE HARRIS-F.B.L.A. 3, 4 JULIE ANN HARTSUFF-Pep Squad 2: Girls Cho- rus 3, 4f' Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 WENDI LYNN HASSINGER-D.E,C.A. TRACY ALICE HATFIELD-H,E.Fl.O, 43 Advanced Dancd 33 Performance Dance 43 Dance Club 4 JOEL SCOTT HAUFF-Los Angeles Lutheran High School CARL WILLIAM HAUPRICH-Flaymore Peculiar High School3 A-Team MICHAEL THOMAS HAWKES-Science CIUDQ Outdoor Adventure3 Music Composition TAMARA DEE HAWKINSON-Ski Club: Swim Team 3 1, 2, 3, 43 Theatre Club Officer F.B,L.A. 13 Honor Fioll 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls State Nomination 3 LISA A. HIRALEZ-F.B.L,A. ANDREA IRENE HOBI-F.B.L,A. 2, 33 Dance Club 4 HOWARD HODGE-V.I,C.A, 1, 23 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4 ALLAN T. HODGES-F.B.L.A., F.H.A., A-Team, H,E.Ft.O., V,H.S., Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 DENYSE ANN HOLBERT-F,B.L.A. 23 German Club 43 l.M.P,A.C.T. 13 House Of Reps 1 CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HOLBROOK-Outdoor Adventure 3 SCOTT DAVID HOLLY-French Club 23 F.B.L.A, 43 C.O.E. Vice- President 4 CHRISTINE MARIE HOPKINS-V,l.C.A. 3, 43 Swimming 1 WILLIAM MARK HOPKINS-V.l.C.A., D.E.C,A. Wrestling KIMBERLY K. HORSTMAN-Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Advance Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice- President fBand1 43 Outstanding Band 2, 3 STEPHANIE JO HORTON-V.l.C.A. 3, 43 Band 13 Industrial Education Club 33 F.B.L.A. 13 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 GARY STEVE HOSSACK-Ski Club, Model Club KRISTI LEE HOWELL-N.H.S., French Club. F.H.S., Key Club, Ski Club, Spirit Line, Tennis, Principal's List CYNTHIA MARIE HUBER-H.E.Fi.O. 43 Dance 1, 23 Systematics 33 Track 3, 4 LISA A. HUETTL-Minot High School 3 .vrmnww .wr Lizgww SHARI MARIE IRELAND-Manager Volleyball Team SHANNON IRONS-Greenway High School 13 F.B.L.A. 23 V.l.C.A. 33 Nursing Assistant Degree MICHAEL HOWARD IRVING-Drafting 1, 2, 33 F.B,L,A, 23 l.C.E, 43 N.H.S. 2, 3, 43 V.l.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 V.H,S. 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll LISA A. IRWIN-Washington High School, F.l3.L.A., l.M,F'.A.C.T,, Swim Team MICHAEL DEAN IRWIN-Rocket Club 2, 33 Model Club 2, 33 Drill Team 1, 23 Color Gaurd 1, 23 French Club 43 Ski Club 43 Track 2 HEIDI IVANOVIC-F.H.A. 1, 23 F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 V.I.C.A, 43 N.H,S. 2, 33 Honor Fioll 1, 2, 3 AMY JO IWINSKI-V.l.C.A. 3, 43 F,B.L.A. CRYSTAL M. JACKSON- Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Jazz Band 43 Wrestlerettes 2, 33 Wrestlerettes Manager 4 RUSSELL L. JACOBY-Principals List, Number one Club DARYL T. JANES-A.F.J.Fl.O.T.C., Vocational Honor Society ROBERT JEFFERY-Honor Floll 1, 2, 3, 43 Addison Trail High School JENNIFER JENNINGS-Greenway High School Pep Squad HOLLY JENSEN-Glendale High School ALESA M. JOHNSON-V.l,C.A. 2, 3, 43 Baseball Manager 23 H.O.E. 4 ERIC JOHNSON-Newspaper 3, 43 Yearbook 4 JAMIE JOHNSON-Suneysied High School JEREMY JOHNSON-Alahambra High School Honor Roll TROY W. KINNEY-Spanish Club 1, 23 F.C.A. 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 SHANNON LOUISE KISZCZAK-Paradise Valley High School, H.E.R.O. 33 Varsity Wrestlerettes 33 V.l.C.A. 43 Pep Squad 23 Track 33 Shotputg Discus RICHARD KLAUS-F.C.A, 2, 33 Wrestling 1 LEIGH SUZANNE KLINE-NSS. 2, 3, 43 Mu Al- pha Theta 1, 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 23 Performance Dance3 Math Award 1 JOHN M. KLOTUNOWITCH-Minersville Area High School3 KEVIN W. KNECHT-Whitehall High School 1 OSSIE KNIGHT-Fort Collins High School, Honor Roll TRACI A. KNIGHT-Peoria High School Ski Club, Drama Club, Journalism, Yearbook, J.V. Diamond Doll Baseball SHERYL LYNN KNIPP-Greenway High School 2 MIKE KNOFF-Amphitheater High School 3 ANDREA GAIL KODLICK-Dance 1, 23 Gymnas- tics 1, 3, 4 KENDAHL KONECKE-Drama 3, 43 Football ROBERT SHANE KOVALY-V.I,C,A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 4 ERICK KRINGLIE-Churchill County High School, V.I.C.A. KELLEY ALECIA KROLL-Ski Club 3, 43 German Club 1, 23 F.B,L.A. 13 Varsity Basketball Manager 23 Varsity Volleyball 2 DIANA LYNN KWOLKOSKI-N.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, 43 Key Club 4: Girls State, Out- standing Science, Math, and Biology Student MICHELLE RENEE LAMBERTO-Eisenhower High School 4 SHELLI GAYLE LONGFIELD-Wrestlerettes 1, 23 Dance 3, 43 Wrestling Mascot 4 GARY MICHAEL LUMIA-V.l.C.A., Fi.O.T,C,, Football 1 JOSEPH DANIEL LUQUE-Wrestling, Football BETH LUTES-Science Club 1, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 V.l.C.A. 1, 43 Volleyball, Honor Roll CHIP MACEK-Greenway High School, Martin High School, V.l,C,A. TRICIA SUE MAGGART-Scottsbluff High School 4 MORGAN MAGNUSEN-Diving Team 1, 2, 3, 4 ROBERT PAUL MAGNUSSON-D.E.C.A., Wres- tling DIANE NICOLE MAGOON-Wrestlerettes 2 SEAN ERIN MAHAR-Ski Club, Principal's List, Number One Club, Honor Ftoll MICHAEL JOHN MALLORY-St. Mary's High School 2 GERALD HEWARD MANGAN-Honor Roll3 Princi- pal's List ANGELA TONI MARKOUTSIS-C,H.A.M.P.. V.l.C.A., F.B,L.A., Band CONNIE MAROUARDT-Homeroom Representa- tive 4 PAULINE POLLY MARTIN-Spanish Club 4 D,E.C,A.4 RICK MARTIN-Paradise Valley High 3 MARK MASON-Karate Club 23 V.l.C.A. 43 Cycling Club 43 Spanish Club 13 Cross Country VlIENDY RAE MASON-Ski Club, Volleyball, Soft- ball ROBERT ANDREW MOSES-Football 1, 3 KATHY LYNN MORTENSEN-F,B.L,A. 23 l.M .P.A.C.T. 1, 33 V.l.C.A. 3, 43 Spiritline 1, 2, 33 Voca- tional Honor Ftoll 3, 4 HOLLY V. MURRAY-Wrestling, Gymnastics AMY NASH-C.H.A.M.P. 2, 3 CHRISTOPHER T. NEGLEY-Mundelein High School3 Drama 1, 2, 3, 43Tl'1SSpiBI1 2, 3, 43 Art Club 2, 3 KIMBERLY NELLESSEN-Agua Fria High School SHAWN MEGAN NELSON-F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 C.O.E. 43 Stage Craft 23 Drama Club 23 Swim Team 2 KERRI JEAN NEUMANN-l.C,E.3 V.l,C.A,3 Phys- ical Education Award 3 TIMMY D. NEWTON-Football 13 Wrestling 1 DANIEL D. NOGLE- -Central High School KELLEY NOTTINGHAM-F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 l.M- .P.A.C.T.3 D.E.C.A, JENNIFER D. NYHUS-Eau Gallie High School 23 Stage Craft 43 F,C.A. 3 STEPHANIE D. OATES-West Henderson High School3 French Club 2, 33 Honor Society 1, 33 Yearbook 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2 MARK PERSON-Peoria High School 33 V,l.C.A, STACEY L. PETRIMOULX-D,E.C.A. MARK BRIAN PETTIT-Bourgade Catholic School3 Marching Band3 Theatre ANASTASIA LYNETTE PETTY-Aztec High School 43 F.B.L.A. Student Body President 4' N H S 3 4' lnterrtation- PAULA MICHELLE LIPPERT-Drama Club MELISSA SUSAN MORRIS-I M P A C T CARLA RENEE COMEAUX PUGH H Fi l V n 3 V , , ------ - - onor ol al Thespian Society 2, 33 Key2CgJbH3, 'LIQODEIITTB N.H,S., Swimming 23 Honor Roll H-E-R-O-i F-H-A Club 1, 2, 33 Mu Alpha Theta , 3 ug ' rien h L d hr A b dor 2 ROBERT STEVEN MORRIS-FOOtb3ll 1, 3, 4, OBERT KELLY PUNTURI-VIL 'A' ea ers Ip m assa BARBARA ANN LISIECKI-l:.B.L.A. Wleslllng 1 R C SHANNA KING-East High School -F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 43 LM- .iannv Loisei.-Yearbook, cross Country 1, 2: SON-IA ANITA MORSE-Drama1:Band 13 Wres- BRMN KE'-'-Y RAM5EV'Sk' Club, F45-L-A-1 lyfgffg QNZ' 'UNNEY mek ,V 2 ning Manager 3, 45 ski Club 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Football .rms DAN R. RAMSEY-N,H.S, 2, 3, 43 Computer 23 Mu Alpha Thete 3, 43 Skyhawk Flight 2, 33 V.H.S. 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Principal's List, Honor Roll EARL B. RAMSEY-Jazz Band 1, 2, 33 Advance Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Wind Ensemble 3, 43 All Regional Band 3, 43 All-State Band 3, 43 ASU Honor Band 4 DANIEL CHRISTOPHER RAY-C.O.E. 43 F,B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Marching Band lj Mu Alpha Theta 23 N.H.S. 23 F.H.S. 3 ALEX DEFOREST REYNOLDS-D.E.C.A., F.B.L.A., Football 13 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Track LORI ELISE REYNOLDS-Wrestlerettes 33 Pep Squad 2 DANIEL ROBERT RHOADES-Granite Hills High School 13 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Yearbook 3, 43 Assistant Editor-in-Chief 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Who's Who 4 MARK CHRISTOPHER RYERSON-A-Team Shadow Mountain High School PAMELA MARIE SAND-Wrestlerettes, Spa Club, Karate, Honor Roll JULIE ANN SAUER-F.B.L.A. 23 V,l.C.A. 33 Soft- ball 1, 23 Tennis 1 KIMBERLY SUE SAURDERS-Thunderbird High School 33 V.l.C.A. CHILL WAYNE SCARDINO-V.l.C,A. ANTONETTE FIOSLANE SCHAD-Art JENNIFER LYNN SCHAFFER-Dalton High School 23 Spanish Club, Honor Roll PRISCILLA PETRONELLA ELEONORE SCHARDYN- -Outdoor Adventure, F.B.L.A., C.O,E. REBECCA ANNE SCHERMANN-F.B.L.A. C,O.E., Advance Band, Wrestlerettes CHRISTOPHER R. SHRIVER-Lewis Central High School 33 Outdoor Adventure PERRY SIEGAL-Wildlife Biology Club 23 N.H.S. 2, 3, 43 German Club 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 TAMMY LYNN SIENKO-French Club 1, 2, 33 V.l-l.S. MAGGIE L. SIMMONS-St. Marys High School 33 Art Club 33 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 V.l.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Track 2: Cross Country 2 TATIANA SLOCK-St, Catherines High School 13 Ski Club3 F.B.L.A., French Club MARY LOUISE SMITH-Drama 13 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 2, 3,41 Karate Club 13 l.M,P.A,C,T. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM MICHAEL SOFITINO-i.M.P.A.C.T.. Newspaper 2, 3, 43 Drama 2, 3, 43 Yearbook 3, 43 Wildlife Biology Club 23 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 The- atre Pep Club 43 Stage Craft 3, 43 Thespians 4 LEONARDO LOPEZ SOTO-Gymnastics MELANIE A. SPENCER- -Football Manager 33 Softball Manager 43 Baseball Manager 4 CHERYL DENISE SPRENCER-F.B.L,A. 43 V.H.S. TRACEY L. SPROSS-Anthony Wayne High School3 DANIEL J. SROCK II-Silver Creek 33 Football ROBERT L. STAIT-V.l.C.A. 2, 3 GEORGE STAMATELATOS-Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 THERESA SUE STANLEY-Ski Club 1, 2, 3 CHRISTINA MARIE STAPLES-Benson High School, Drama Club, V.l.C.A. 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4: V.H.S, 2, 3, 4 PATRICK W. STAPLES-V.l.C.A. Wrestling WILLIAM E. STAPLES-Benson High School 2 MICHAEL VINCENT TEDESCHI'D.E.C.A,Q V,l,C,A.3 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 13 Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4 GLORIA MARAGARITA TELLEZ-F.B.L,A.3 V,I,C.A.3 F.H.A.2 H.E,Ft.O. JUAN F. TELLEZ JR.-F.B,L,A. JAMES DAVID TERRELL-Ski Club 3, 43 Letter- man's Club 43 Varsity Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 JOANN CATHERINE THIESSEN-Warren Hills High School3 V.l.C.A,3 F.B.L.A, 2 KATHERINE IRENE TIMMER-F.B,L.A. 3: Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 MICHAEL PATRICK THOMAN-Yearbook 4: V.l,C.A. 23 V.H.S. 23 Honor Roll 23 Science Fair Second Place 2 LARRY RAY THOMAS JR.-Moon Valley 2: R.O.T.C, 2, 3, 43 Academic Decathalon 23 N.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Football Spiritline 43 Number One Club ROBERT S. THOMAS-F.B.L,A.1 V.l.C.A.3 Jazz Band TINA RENEE THOMPSON-Principal's List Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 KIMBERLY THORNE-Triton Regional High School, Principal's List, Honor Roll, Biology Award DAPHNE TERRELL TILLER-Ski Club 2, 3, 43 A- Team 33 French Club 1, 2, 33 Student Government 1, 23 Drama 1, 2, 3, 43 F.H.S, 33 Tennis 43 Honor Roll CHRISTA FARAH TOMEI-F.B.L.A. 1. 23 V.H.S, 2. 3, 43 V.H.S. Secretary 43 V.l.C.A. 3, 43 Executive Council 3, 43 Executive Council Secretary 43 Ski Club 43 Swimming 2, 3 JOE P. TORRES-V.l,C.A. 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 13 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 DARREN ANTHONY TURCZYN-Wauwatosa West High School: Track 1 DANA ELIZABETH WASHBURN-Drama Club: Choir Club, Band, Thespians3 Number One Club CINDY WATERMAN-Class Representative 33 All- Star MARIANNE WATSON-Millard High School! N.H.S, APRIL DAWN WEAVER-R.O.T.C., Swimming, Track3 Basketball HILARY LISA WEINBERG-Mock Trial 1, 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 3, 43 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Stu- dent Government 13 Spanish Club 2, 3: Junior Achievement 23 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN WEISENSEE-F.B.L.A., COE, Cross Coun- try 1 PAUL DEREK WELBORN-Ponderosa High School 33 Football 33 Wrestling LISA G. WELDEN-Hendersonville High School3 Track 1, 2, 33 Flag Line 33 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Newspa- per 13 Yearbook 13 Student Council 1, 2, 33 Sym- phony Band 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 23 Honor Roll3 Who's Who 4 CURTIS WELLENDORF-F.B.L.A.3 A.l.A., F.C.A,. COE3 Basketball 1 PARAVATEE WELLS- -Phoenix Christian High School3 D,E.C.A. 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 23 Honor Roll 1, 23 D.E.C.A. Officer 3, 4 PAIWAN WESTFORD-Football, R,O.T.C. SCOTT WESTPHAL- -Wrestling 1 BRAD WHITE-Ski Club: D.E.C.A., Wrestling DANA J. WHITE-Softball 1, 23 Volleyball 1, 23 Football Manager 2 MIKE J. WHITE-Bostrom High School KIRK JOHN WHITTENBERGER-Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 ALISAA SHELTON Dance2 3 4 Photo Club2 ERNEST KEN TASHO Coconino High School DANIEL B WALLACE IC E REYNALD J ZAMORA Il North High School H ERO Cycle Club Track Gymnastics Honor VICA 3 4 RO MICHAEL SCOTT WALLEHMYEH Maryvale CRAIG C ZELLMANN Na 8 H C T IH h l'VI TIF MIKE E sHEPAnn F B L A Track TIMOTHY THOMAS TATRO FFA 1 2 3 4 H'gh School 2 School D ECA 3 4 FB LR 3 gaseiaiiai 2'g3 3 S F D JENNIFE? I1:YNlN SI-LIPXMQIQF B LA 1 2 4 tate armer egree GARY WALLS Blg Spring Hlgh School 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Ski Club , rac , , . . GARRICK LEE TAYLOR-F.B.L,A.3 J.A.G.3 Out- KEVIN SHOPE-London Derry High School door Adventure DEREK WALTER-R.O.T.C. are mmwmiww vezfwww ff M. WA ,Aw ,num Leek Fil 'Me Aeeale. salyelere- 203 A-'rsAul- 55 Abboll, Jennller E.- 164 Abbbll, Kevin C - 130 Abel, Floberl J - 145 Aeella, Nleele s - 93, 154 ACADEMIC DECATHALON- 94 Aekerrnan, Raymond L.- 98 Aekrnan, Jason M- 154 Adams, Delrl? 98 Adams, Fllnl M.- 164, 190, 204 Adams, Leslr B- 57, 89, 130 Aee, Marlnew M,- 154, 204 Aodanre, oarrre- 98 Adkins, Todd A - 130 ADMINISTRATION, DISTRICT Beane, Tem- 238 cemerrnk, Ban- 235 Dusron, Arlene- 239 Peulz, klrn l-luesen, Jenn Jenee, Dr Bea- 238 Lees, Mary- 239 Lalnenyreyer, Jody- 239 Mcspaeen, Kerln slms, Eoger 5- 231, 235 Sloll. Jrrn- 235 wnarlan, Bill- 238 ADMINISTRATIUN, HIGH SCHOOL Crlddle, Mike- 238 Klnd-all, Wayne- 2, 10, 237 Nlchlas, Ari- 9, 237 Sauler. Floberl- 236, 23B snuln, Jerry- 2. 235 Smllh, Dr Jlm E- 2. 3, 231. 236 Agresla, .lulee A.- 72, 77, 79, 95, 152 Agullar, Larry- 95, 130 Ake, Teresa- B9 Alalrno, J esepn r1,- 130 Albaneslus, Damelle- 152, 209 Albam, Dennis D - Bl, 98, 226 Alberl. Ulanna - 164, 19121 Alberl. W eney M,- 75, 130 A1eerlsen, Jenn c- 51, 73, 152 Alekaneer, crney- 148 Alekaneer. Jason B.- 164, 190 Allen, wannelle J,- 148 Allen. Shawn 11,- 98 Alleri, Nancy M,- 98 Allerl, S6011 P- 164 Allgelr, Chrlsla L,- 72, 73, SB Almeida. Jennrler L.- 164, 194, 210 Allen, nrenare 0.- 130 Alyrne, Ann M,- 130 Alvino. Rose A.- 130 Amado. Lenny- 98 Amaler, Trlela 0-99 Ambrose. Amsden. Glrla L - 98 Eric A.- 152 Aneersan, Duane 0- 50, 73, 152 Anderson, carrre A,- 164 Anderson, cnrlslepner c.- 130 Aneersen, Meenele- 152 Aneersen, Nreale 130 Andersen, Benale L,- 98 Aneersan, nery- 77, 98 Anderson, Twanna 14,- 98 Anere, cnrrslrne A,- 51. 93, 164 Anereazzl. sean J,- 72, 98 Andrews. ArIdrEWS, Klmarie L,- 130 TOCIU M.- 164 Anererrlen, Alrera M - 75, 76. 152, 201 Anerayren, snannrn D - 75, 98 Angell. snerry L- 130 Angulue, Larry- 212 Anlneny, snrne A - 96 Anlrrunll, cnarles P - 130 Anlrrunll, Roberl 0.- 130, 145 Aranda, Anll'l0ny D- 61, 164. Arceneaux, Jr, Paul R- 152 180,212 Davis. Arener, Fleeerl- 92 Arrnenearlz, Aney T - 98 Armor, Herb- 130 Armour, Je11rey s - 98 Arnold, Tracy M - 59, 98 Arra, slepnen A.- 152 Arrrela, Joe A - 98 Arrona, Blenara 11 - 98 An Club- 76 Asn, Mrssre L,- 75, 98 Asn, Kan L- 152, 179 A1l0r1, Rich- 181 Auguslrne, Buey s,- 99 Ayena, Jese 99 Ayenram, oayre v.- 99 Ayleeen, Anlneny 5 - 152 Ayrla, Molly A- 145 Ayrns, Gary R - 130 Akelrae, are J - 130, 191 Alrlell, wrlllarrr M - 59, 154 Ayers, cnrls A - 99 Ayers, kerln A - 78 97, 59, 130 Ayman, Lrea M - 77, 93, 152 Look A1 We Baca, Mrke A - 154, 203 Baekes, Ann M - 99, 193, 205, 209 Bacome Gregg w - 99 Baeer, Nerer B - B, 99 sagay, sennre N,- 154 We Ek Bally, clrnl fr - 152 Barley, Dawn P- 130 Barnler, Angela 5 - 154, 194 sarnler, Todd A,- 99, 179 Baker, Jcn M - 130 Baker, Marre A.- 99 Baker, warren 5- 131 sakken, Alan 0- 91, 99 Eakken, Baeerl 0 - 99, 149 Bakken, Nancy A,- 99 Balagal, Tara N - 72, 75, 152 Ballanlyne, Beyye A - 90, 131 Ballare, Brel A,- 99 Ballrnger, lflaenel L.- 93, 140 BAND- 74 sank, Anneelee- 20, 99 Bararas, ceellla- 91 Barany, Lrsa M.- 131 Bareale, caerlelle- 131 sarern, Par- 42, 152 Barenel, Beeeran L - 90, 91, 55. 93, 152 Barllla. Barker. Barnes, cnrlslrna- 61, 55, 91, 152 Jenn A.- 131 Nancy A.- 99 Barnell, snawn 11,- 131 Barney, Emmlll- 99 Barnhlll, Heidi- 131 Barrell, Jodi- 59, 75, 152 Barrell, Mrenael 5- 99 Barrerl, Peler 11,- 152 Barrerl, Troy L.- 152 Barrms, snannan o,- 131 Barrlos, Barros, Waller A.- 90, 131 Roseanne S,- 99 Barry, Jason 11- 131 Barlels, Plaeerr B - 99 Barlnel, Angela .1 - 152 sarllell, kassre L - 93, 131, 149, 211 Baslee, 5ee11- 91, 152 Base, snren J - 131 sallen, Sally L - 152 Bauer, Brran 1fl,- 154 Bauer, Jenn Fl - 90, 99 Baller, Trmelny M,- 7, 99, 179 Baurn, Mlenael- 99 Bauman, rraere M - 1:11 Baullala, Marlln- 164 Bay, Taerlna A - 154, 209 Bayes, Mallnew G - 51, 154, 150, 204 Bayua, .lasean M,- 131, 179, 205 Bayus, Tenr- 204 seayer, Alex 0- 53, 164 Beeenlree, Cara L,- 131 Beela, Greg J,- 99 9ennan1,9an1r1arrrln- 131 Belsner, seell- 131 Berasel, snawn 0 Bell, Brana- 131 Bell, James L - 131 Bell, Lori- 59, 131 Berl, Mrke A. Bellereee, srlan E- 131 sellerese, Lee-Ann M,- 21, 100 Belllngnarn, Dawn M.- 52, 164 Belluornb, Julia-Lon 93, 164 Bene, Jennller L.- 100 Bend, Terri- 100 Berman, Susan c- 129, 152 Benaen, Tern L.- 89 Benneaella, .lesepn o,- 164, 150 Beneeelle, Beseann M,- 131 Bennell, Angela L.- 79, 152 Bennell, Jull M.- 131 Bennell, Karen E.- 95, 152 Bennerl, nennre 131 Bennell, snelly n,- 76, 209 Bennerl, sleyen M.- 32, 34, 49, as, 97, 95, 100 Bennlngla n, Jell- 154 Be-nsen, lcele E.- 152 Benlley, cynlnla 0- 50, 100 senlan, Lynda 14 - 75, 93, 152 Benlzren, Mlenelle A - 10, 94, 100, 179 Berare. Brlan B- 100 Berarel, Anrneny A.- 15, 17, 164 Berarar, Jesepn c- 164 Beregszaszy, Telnr M.- 153 seresre, Palrlera c.- 153 Bergren, Scan o,- 26, 100 Berlrn, Enrln- 75 Berrariry, Anlneny- 212 Berneeurg, Marlin-29, 75, 100 Berrrng, Bayre L,- 131. 175 Berry, Kenneln B- 131, 205 Berryman, Lana B- 153 seslenlenner Maureen M,- 59, 131 Beyan, Darryl P. 164 Berrrane, Jey M.- 100 rn Bianca ana, Anrolnelie- 131 Bree, Blakey L - 153 Breger, Mark B.- 100, 196, 197 Blernel, Jelynn- 100 Breszk, Ellzaaeln- 164 srllrnan, Braeley T - 131 Bird, Cheryl L.- 75, 100 Blre, c1r1 s,- 76, 131 Blrdsell, Carl C- 131 Blanaa. Bishbp, Lanna L - 54, 85, 91, 164, 170 M1ke- 152 Blsnae, slaeey 5.- 100 s1a1r, Jason 0- 154 Blake, Sleverl- 164 Blaker, Darrell L - 75, 100 Blevlns, JOS9- 100 Bllear, Dana r,- 100 sllear, vrrgll P - 100 Blang, 5 rnlly- 100 Bloom, Pamela K,- B7, 100 Blumo, Julie- 210 Babel, SIac1e J - 131 Bochal. Trrnalny J - 100 Baerne, Tracey A,- 51, 145 Boeck, Llsa 100 B0gden, Llsa A - 89, 100 Bohman, Dan- 131 Boland. Malrew- 50 salane, Flrenare E.- 73, el, 100 Belle, Bayann E.- 131 Borrlherg, Theresa M - 10, 54, 91, 153, 200, 201 Bene, Frank- 131 Barrrlla, Mike A.- 53. 100 Banner, Jason T.- 153 Beekeul, sleye M.- 131 Bear, Tracy 14,- 131 saeln, Jasan B,- 153, 205 Baaln, Laura E.- 131 Beezer, John o,- 101 Borg, Kirk 5- 101, 159, 199. 191 earggreen, Daniel B,- 131 sernrng, Aprrl J,- 131 earning, Mrenael- 154 Borrow, Barre J,- 59, 131 Barln, Lrsa M.- 153 ses, Hennre T.- 153, 206 Bosquez, lrene M.- 131 saueelr, cnrlslrne- 164 Beuenare, Healner- 51, 101 sewer, Mrenaels- 101, 194, 155 Bawlane, John L,- 131 Bowles, Mlenelle L,- 101 Bawrnwn, Jenn B.- 101 Belrrman, Pamela 0 - 74, 90, 51, 153 Bowman, verya L. 153, 182 Bowser, Krlsllna J,- 57, 131 Beye, Trnn .1 - 164 Bayea, slelren c.- 153 Boyer, Tracy A,- 93, 153 Bayle, Merrlll FL- 131 Bezaa, sleenen- 161 Braelare, slepnen- 131 Brakelrele, Julene- 55, 101 srakelrela, Paula J,- 148 sraley, Jarnre L,- 90, 131 Brancallsano, Tom- 28. 29, 72, 73, 132 Braneenaurg, snarma L - 75, 154 Branal, cnrls c,- 132 srandl, .lenni1er L,- 164 Branl, Jellery D.- 61, 153 Bralcher, Jason 0- 101 Brauerrek, krlsllne A - 164, 194 Breese, vleky A - 9, 101 Brewer, Dayre- 101 Brewer, Mrenael w - 59, 153 Brewster, Spencer- 101 Brezlnskr, sawn M.- 75, 132 Brreges, Beware c - 75, 132 Brllle, lan c - 101 Braeker, Charlene M.- 75, 132 Brokaw, clrll- 75, 132 Blos1,JB1IA.- 132 Brasl, Jennrler L- 164 Brawn, Brlan J.- 153 Brown, carnrlle A.- 132, 179 Brown. James F1,- 101, 188, 189, 191 Brown, Jason 5 - 51, 153 Brewn, Julre 5 - as srewn, krlsllne 5- 75, 97, 153 Brawn, Mlenele L.- 101 Brawn, Shelly- 27 Brawnsleln, Mlenele A- 101, 179 Brurnealrgn, Baeerl w- 72, 79, 153 Brusl, Baner L - 132 srusl, sleanen M - 154, 212 Bruyn, Elrzaeeln B - 164 Bruyn, Wllllam 11,- 132 Bryanl, nenrse A,- 54, 97, 101 Brysen, Alan E.- 164 Bueneerger, Tlna M.- 132 Buek, krlslen 5- 93, 153 Buezynskr, .lee M.- 101 Bllle, Jann E.- 101 Bugn, Warren- 9, 10, 101, 175, 179, Bulanewskl, Len L.- 55, 59, 153 Bullre, krnraerly A,- 15:1 Bulmer, Donald o,- 50 Bungare, Mary J- 132 Bureen, Mrenel B.- 132 Burelll, Jenn v.- 9, 101, 213 Burgess, Shannon N,- 153 Burke, Banlel w- 153 Burknarel, Banrel J,- 154, 204 Burknaral, clan 11,- 101 surklewlez, Ellen- 95 Burleson, Paul A,- 101, 179 surlsan, Tammy L.- 153 Burnell, cynlnla L,- 74, 75, 153 Burns, Allsa B- 95, 57, 99, 132, 148 Burns, sellnea E.- 154 Burrell, Jennller o,- 153 suslrele, snawn- 50, 153 Buenang, Tara 11,- 93, 153 Blllklewlez, Ellen F1- 57, 101 Bull, Joanna M,- 164 sulrrarn, Melaele- 153 Buzare, carey M - 164 Bylhie, Paul M.- 168 Bynurrr, Kara- 164 Byrkel, Nreele 0- 90, 132 202, 203 Look A! 140102 caale, Mrrnr- 93, 153 Cable, Sherry A.- 93, 153 Cabrera, Bernadelle- 132 caeelenge, elrzaeeln- IB7 cann,An1y- 157 Cain. Nevalee J caleen, Lrsa L.- 27. 95, 102 Calder. calny B.- 93, 164 caleer, Jennrler K- 153, 207 career. Renae- 132 calyerl, lcerln c- 165, 212 cameren, Danny- 40 Campbell, Jellely M,- 132 Campbell, Stoll G- 72, 73, 77, 132 canaey, Paulerle M.- 132 Cancllla, Tlrrl M.- 153 Cann, Amy k,- 165 cannall, vreky v.- 91, 102 Cannon, Renata M - 93. 132. 188 Canler. Adam W - 153 Capassb. Vlncenl- 16, 17, 153, 180, 181 capelenge, Elrzaeeln M - 153 Capp, Crlsla A.- 153, 207 cappella, Tracy A - 153 caeplnglan, Trrn- 183 caeula, Kenneln E.- 102 Cardone, Patrick M.- 153 carey, Jason E.- 153 Carloscla, Anihony J,- 154. 1130, 204 Carloscla, Lisa M - 132 Carlson, Billy J - 102 Carlson, Charles- 11, 27, 132, 183 Carlslon, Ercn L.- 61, 73, 165 Camlcle, Malea D: 81, 82, 33. 93, 102 Carr, Denise F1,- 165, 194, 210 Carr, Krlsllne M - 153 Carr, William T,- 132 Carrick. Sean M - 132 carr1ng1en,T1n1 T.- 13, 14, 102 Carroll, Slephen M.- 102, 188, 189, 191 Carslens, Rainy M.- 27, 74, 155 Carslens, Sherlderl L,- 75, 78, 102 Carter, Mlchelle FL- B7, 132 Caruso, Karen- 102 Carver, Colleen- 102 Cawer, Jr. Paul A.- 132, 181 casey, Brenda M,- 153 caspersen, Jaekle M,- 153 Cassel, Samantha- 165 cassrey, Bellena M - 155 Caslrc, Manuel M.- 24, 132 CaS1r0, S0011 Fl: 102 Calaliolo, Pamela- 91 Carer, Mrsly- 132 causey, Shauna L.- 165 caylar, Terra L,- 93, 155, 205 Celwlnskl, Chris- 153 Chamberlin, Marlin K - 165 Chambers, Cassandra M.- 132 Chambers, Colleen R- 75, 77, 102 Chambless. Sue- 132, 148 cnaaman, Larry w,- 165 Charller, Todd E.- 16, 17, 102, 197 Chase, Robert M - 61, 73, 165 cnalman, Donny- 153 Chavez, Danielle- 93 Chavez, Malihew- 102 cnellrnger, cayle A- 61, 165 cnlle lcalneal. slaey E.- 93, 102 Childers, Alan- 75, 191 Childers, Ben A.- 153 cnlleress, Lynn N - 132 Childress, Travis A,- 132, 148 CHOIR- 51, 77 Chrlsman, Aaron L,- 132 Chrlsman, Br1an W - 165 cnrrslransen, carey 11,- 165 Chrlsllarlsen, Jamie- 89, 102 Chrlslia, Jason- 132, 179 Chllslina, Debra A,- 132 Chrlsllna, Diane C - 165 Chrrsllna, Donna M,- 102 Chrlslmas Michael D,- 75, 132 Chulchey, Ashlee A.- 81, 132, 148, 200. Churruca, Frank- 102 crly, Les FL- 73, 132 cullla, Jay L - 153 Clark, Dana M.- 89, 102 Clark, Lynn- 89, '132, 148 Clark, Slephanle, A- 102 Clarcs, Jaime A.- 132 claunen, Tray- 148 clayeeal, cnrlsllne A,- 102 Claypool, Marlene A.- 102, 197 Cleland, Lisa M 1 82, 148 Cline, Brian L.- 90 Cine, Marjorie A.- 61, 73, 75, 165 clrne, snerry- 17, 132 Cloud, nanny 14,- 155 Clus, Tammy- 145 Coares. Renae R,- 93, 165 Cochran, Mlsly M,- 148, 180 Cochrane, Alhena L.- 165 cae, Pnlllrp B,- 149 Colamariinl, Odessa- 132 Cole, Cassandra L.- 165 Cole, Lisa- 86, 93, 14B Cole, Shelly M,- 93, 102 Colella, Kimberly A.- 132 Coleman, Chrisline L.- 132 Coleman, Kaml- 74, 75, 102, 127 C0ler'nan, Kassi M - 74, 75, 153 Colelon, Flaenl L.- 165 Collazo, Dawn- 59, 132 Collins, Ellzaoerh A.- 69, 76, 78, 86, 132, 183 ca111r1s, Raberl A.- 50, 132 Collins, Beeen A.- 50, 75, 154 calllns, Sharon c.- 93, 154 callrns, Tlna- 133 COLOR sumo- 73 celussr, Kevin P,- 165 cernerse, Dawn- 133 cernalse, Tlm J,- 23, 92, 179 carnsleek, Bane 0- 75, 155, 180 canee, Jclle- 93 cane, Jen L - 79, 87 canrey, Anlla- 103 cenley. sleeneny A,- 103 cannelly, searl- 133 cenner, Shawn- 103 cannar, kary A,- 133 cans, Edward w.- 165, 190, 195 cena, Mleneel A.- 133 canlrna, Dan 5- 154 Converse, Llaa 11,- 91. 103 cenya caak, ceek. caek. caak. re, Mrenelle- 91, 133 Julre M.- 133 Nancy J,- 133 Terry L.- 133. 148 Thomas J,- 154 Cooke, Cllnl W.- B9 Cooke Cooke Coope Coope Coope Coupe rly, Bruee M.- 51, 133 rly, Benrse c- 75, 90, 103 r, Bryan 11 - 103 r, Jason 11,- 72, 73, 77, 103 r, .lennrler L.- 155 r, Mrenael E 133 cepperalrrre onleu Educullun- 88 Coover,Sl'lawr1 w.- 154, 195, 199 carern, Tarnrrly- 133 C0rdOva, Chrlsllrle K.- 80, 81, 133 Cores, Gary T.- 35, 79, 103 Corona, lcelly- 76 cerrreerl, Charles P.- 133 Corzo. Ayrnee- 59, 133, 195 Cosenza. Doreen- 133 cesgreye, John 0- 133. 213 caslanlme, Mane A.- 103 care, crnger 14,- 75, 133 cerlarn, Mrenael E.- 77, 133 ceuen, Alrsen 5 - 74, 75, 78 C0uDh, Healr1erA.- 74, 75, 78, 133, 154 C01-Ich, Kimberly- 74, 75, 103 caug, Arrrranee- 91 COur1d, F10ber1 D.- 133, 148 caunney, Jann B,- 103 Cowan, Beane E.- 133, 181 Cowles, Michael A.- 165 cewles, Tammy B- 69, 133 cak, Charles T- 103 Crawlard, Jason M,- 154, 181 crawlare, Lisa- 133, 148 crawlare, sleenen L.- 133 Crawley, Darla E.- 133 Criner, Cr111sr0pherL.- 61, 165 crrnnrgan, Amy 0,- 103 Crockell, Karla- 77 creekell, Shalane- 27, 74, 86 creelrelr, snannan- 75, 95, 59, 103 Crapper, senlee B - 89, 93, 154 Crosby, Mark A.- 61 crasey, Paul L.- 133, 135 crass, Todd- 133 Crossman, Lesley 5 - 55, 99, 103 crawley, Darren .l,- 103 Cruz, Armando B,- 55, 91, 133 cryeer, slaere 14,- 50, 73, 79, 103 cryeer, Tamara .l.- 50, 154 Cullen, Danlel E.- 75, 174 Culp, Barbara A,- 165 cunrrlngnarrl, Brian- 152 CLAOC0, Jlll M - 87, 133 Curley, oenlse M,- 94, 133, 201 clrrrey, Jellery A.- 103 Currie, Ryan B.- 154, 212 curne, sean- 20. 751, 103, 213 Curlls, Cher! L.- 52, 154, 206 Look 141 lla o'Amlee, Teee M,- 133 Banlrn, Jake J,- 133 oargneaulr, Mlenrka- 54, 154 0aley, nanlel B. 133 oallen, Bern L.- 154 Barnanlr, Todd M.- 154 Damron, Mrsly 0- 133 Banrela, Leasa M.- 39, 103 Dannalr, Elyrn J,- 133 Baragena, Gregory 0.- 133, 199 Barga, Jr, Thomas M- 155 Balmer, Jellery B- 79, 103 Barnerl, Cori M - 26, 154, 209 narnell, Jrll 14- 133 Darnell, Kelly L - 193 naugnerly, Dan w- 133, 159, 199, 191 Bauanerry, Tarnr- 154 Bayenaerl, Dawn M - 95, 133 nayenaarl, Trayrs E.- 91, 154 naylesan, seal1A,- 51, 165, 180, 198 Bayrs, Belly J - 154 Bans, Bryan- 132 nayls, cneryl B,- 59, 103, 207 Denys J,- 132, 207 oayrs, Denys J.- 132, 207 Bans, Jerry- 53, 154, 190, 181 Bayls, Joanna L.- 132 Bayrs, kalnryn- 74, 75. 104 Bayls, Klrnaerly- 74, 75, 77, 154 Dayls, Bene L.- 154 Bans, 51asra74, 133 oayls, Todd- 133 oayrs, Warren- 72. 73, 133 Davy, Julre M.- 93, 165, 210 Baye, Mark 5- 104 Beakrns, Paula- 75, 134 Beeaun, cnuek E.- 154 Beeere, Michael- 155 nEcA- 91 oeegan, Erleen c.- 134 oegerenlme, Gary J,- 50, 73, 134 Degree, Leah J- 134 Bekareek, Ernar- 88, 104 Belanuerla, Dari A.- 76, 134 Belean, Braney- 25, 165 0eleen, David 5- 104 oeluera, Alek J,- 9, 104 0e1ue1a, Jennller A - 165 Delyeeenre. Andrea M.- 134 Bemay, Bay- 134 Dempsey. James A - 134, 191 oennarrr, lsalny B- 59, 76, 134 oenrnan, Tray- 134, 179, 212, 213 D '4 Follell. Dennenlr, Sammy 1 134 Dennrs, Lrsa s - 134 Denny, Dennrs- 21, 134 Denlremonl, Tracy M - 61, 165 De-Poe, Tanya- 165 Desanlr, Alrsnra c - 57, 154, 119 Dewoll, Dayrd A,- 154 Dezlrnlr, Dyan M - 206. 207 Dezrrrrlr, Sean 1: - 92 Dragos, Mrlle- 196 Dramanlr, Healner M.- 165 Dramond, Glndy ls- 134, 146 Dlafhdrid, Sabrlna R - 91 Drelnnson, Holly R - 80, 61, 66, 69, 104 Deoold, slae. 14 - 66, 104 orenl, Kalra G - 26, 29, 104 Drernand, llealner E,- 104 Drelrren, Andrea 6- 104, 193 Drelz. corlnna 1 - 154 Drlle, Barry- 154. 199 orllon, Mlenelle M,- 91, 104 Dllls, Holly c,- 16, 95 Dllorelo, Angela K - 165 Dnnaro, Rosa 1- 93, 134 Drrnono. savanna- 134 Drrlrs. Troy L,- 134 Drroeeo, Dayld- 165 Doron, Donovan c- 165 DIXOYI, Dusllh- 134 Doane, cnarrly L - 134 Dooos, Emanuel- 104, 213 Doonnal, Eno s.- 13, 104 Dodds. Jrm D- 134 Dornorowsld, Jonn s,- 134 Domrnlls, Healner- 134. 146 Donaldson, James J - 60, 12, 73, 16, 104 Donalhan, Jeremy D- 154, 212, 213 Donnall, snad A,- 165 Dooley, Allen- 134 Doolre, Karen M- 134 Kolle, Kerln J,- 104 Donlr, Mronele D - 21, 15, 154 DOIIIS, Tom Fl- 104 Dolson, Jelr- 165 DOUCEIIE, RlCl'1ard A,- 104 Dollgnerly, Rlenard- 134 Douglas, Kelly 1 - 104 Douglas, Melanre J - 154 Doyle, Tnarnas w,- 104 Drake 1anya s - 69, 90, 93, 134 DRAMA CLUB- 71 Drennon, Gregory A.- 60, 13. 15, 134 Drever, Paul- 154 Drey, Kalnlene R - 104, 154 Dreyer, Paul- 77 DRILL TEAM- 73 Dllaowllr, Sean D, Doooenslern, Rlonard G,- 134 Dllepner, James w - 154 Dull, Jennrler A,- 154 ougo, lcrmoerly A,- 165 Durnon. Dayrd P - 14, 104. 202, 203 Dunaway, Healner- 134 Donoan, Mrndy 6- 77. 104 Dunlap, Darere L,- 134 Dunn, Andrew 6,- 53, 60, 104 Dunn, Brenda L.- 134, 181 Dunn, lnayrd 11,- 61, 165, 190, 204 Dunn. Mrenael R,- 165 Drrnlon, Llsa A,- 134 Dcung. Lam Q - 134 Drroerl, Llsa 11,- 165 Dororn, Trleresa A,- 134 Drrrnam, Jolre A - 166 Drnlrrn, Rooerl M- 41, 166 Dorsl, Erro- 166 Dursl, Room G,- 11, 134 Dusk, Traor L - 154 Duslon, James M - 96, 104 noslrn, Mrlre 84, B5 Doslon, soon 0,- 166, 212 Duwe, Donald- 134 Dyer, sleonanre L- 155 Look A1 We E Eager, Mrenael s.- 12, B7 Eager, Rooerl M - 166 Eason, Pnrlllp L,- 134 Easler, Lorl A.- 79, 105. 206, 207 Easier. S5011 A- 134 Ea1on, Trm E - BB, 105 Echelverrl, Glenn L.- 88, 105 ECIWOIS, Diane' 134, 152, 154, 195 Echols, Drone M.- 59, B7 Eckert Shane T.- 91 ECker1. Shanan R- 75, 134 Eckmann, Kellee J.- 154 Edens. Davld- 105 Edwards. Lorl K- 76, 105 Edwards, Sallie M - 93 Edwards. Shawn M - 117, 203 Edwards, Yrcy R- 166, 213 Egge. vre1rr J - 105 Ehrehrelch. Barbara- 105 Elsenoaugrl, Jon w - 134 Ersner, Edward 1,- 32, 44. 61, 66, 95, 105 Elcock, Sean S - 166 Elelanle, Kellre J,- 105 Ellrrns, Tracy R,- 154 Elllcll, Mellssa A.- 154 Ellls, Michael- 78, 134 Elm. Sandra- 105 Elwood, Jarrll L - 105 Ely. Douglas w- 134 Emerson, Jann l- 105, 226 Emevl, Teresa J,- 156 Empeno, Arny 1 - 16, 165 xg 1, 4 smplage, Trllany E - 89 105 smolage. Tomyal E - 154 Enders, .lennller 0,- 134 Enders, Rod J 134, 203 sndresen, Nell- 15, 19, 166 snsmrnger, Gary c- 60, 105 erlrel, seln- 77 Enrrn, anan R- 154 Eryln. Duane R,- 105 erwln, Trrna J - 134 Eslrrrdge, Nloole- 66, 105 Esprnosa, Jell J - 134 Fsolrrosa, Lrsa- 156 Esposrlo, James P- 134 Eslerlrne, Tam1G,- 166 Es-reld, Aorll D- 166 esyeld, Jess E - 105 Eull. Cllnl B A 105 Evans. .lon E - 154 eyersole, 6elly J - 105 Ewald, Sherry L,- 145 Ewell, cnerrsn A- 69, 135, 166 Ewrng, Krrn A,- 134 FACULTY Addaooo, Jrm- SB, 69, 230 Allen, Jrrn- 10. 11, 40, 179, 230 Allrson, Anny- 230 Amanalr, Rroll- 42. 230 Anderson, arlan- 36, 230 Anderson, mek- 194, 195, 212, 213 Anderson, Tnora- 230 Aneona, wendy- 12, 230 Aroner, Hoo- 230 sarleanl, aoo- 233 sayerrno, Cass- 210, 211, 233 say, Jean- 233 seoll, Dayrd- 59, 234 snowers, Jan- 31, 207, 234 srewers, Karen- 234 srnll, Ed- 23-4 srsson, soo- 34, 35, 234 Smllrl. Brll- 10 spear. Drane- 234 Slaplelorl, Carol- 234 slernpnrewskr, Joe- 234, 240 sleonens, aeolry- 51, 16, 234 sleonenson, Larry- 234 sleyenson, Drane- 234 slollers, Joyce- 66, 69, 94, 234 5101197711811 DRUMS' 234 sloyer, lrene- 234 srrrlall, laaro- 72. 234 swerdleger, Flynl- 160, 203, 234 1a1arreo, Joanne- 13, 44, 23-1 Talley, Kerln- 164, 165, 234 Taylor, Arl- 161 rnrlges, Ken- 234 rnlrl, Bern- 52, 66, 87, 234 Townsley, Gary- 234 Tnrell, Danene- 66, 235 Tlrololr, clyde- 36, 166, 169, 191, 235 Tuscanu, Larry- 35, 235 valdez, Mary- 235 valdez, Master sargenl, Ray- 61, 235 valenzrrela, Tony- 2, 10, 176, 111, 116, 119, 160, 204 vanoell, Nancy- 235 wasnoorn, Joe- 50, 77, 235 walson, colonel, Will- 61, 12, 235 Arnold. Raenel- 230 Ayers,Deloa- 52 Baenlell, saore- 230 salremerer, Carl- 209, 230 Barlrer, Lenda- 230, 233 Barnes, Chrls- 36, 180. 205, 228, 230 Bell, Chuck- 230. 231 6ennel1, Meloa- 55, 230 lalarr. Pal- 230 arlxey, sellre- 230 Brown, Marole- 230 cnandler, Kalnerrne- 53 clegg, lrene 230 clrne, Don- 180, 161 Gole, connre- 230 colomoo, Ann- 230 Gorley, Ted- 231 cola, Llsa- 64, 93, 94, 231 naggell, saro- 2, 3, 41, 64, 231, 231 Dahlqulsi, Glorra- 231 Dickson, Flon- 50, 74, 75, 231, 232 edwards, see 58 solaanlrs, Deoore 195, 23 Eubanks, Larry- 231 Evens, Jaoll- 231 Fersl, Drane- 42, 43, 231 Wiles, Lrnda- 65, 235 Wlllelle, Carol- 91 Wllkcwski. Bob- 135. 228 lrorrng, Marrlyn- 235 Look Al Faeazlo, Lawrense- 196, 197 Farr, Angela E- 15, 175 Farln, Mlonael s,- 166, 160 Fanella, Jenn J- 135 Fannrng, Tanya M.- 135 Farrell, Chrlsllna- 105 Farrell, Dean- 135 Farrell, Glna L. 93, 166 Farrell. LOrl A.- 93, 154 Farrell, Michael S,- 135 Farrier. Farrow. Jason M,- 154 Slaele L,- 75, 148 Tie F51 Feliz, Ed- 231 Fore. Laura- 44, BG, 228, 231 Fox, Dwane- 94 Freeman, Melanie- 231 Fersl, slaoy R, 135 Felroe, sraeey R.- 19, 136, 145, 201 Fellens, John E- 105, 179 Fenn, Jason A: 51, 75, 154 Gerald, Gail- 66, 231 Harrlnglon, Roy- 231 Hassollllrloss, kelly- 231 Hedges, Kalny- 41, 94, 95, 231 Hermann, calny- 45, 231 Heller, Drane- 166, 161, 212 1-leplrng, Jrnr- 119, 231 Hodges, Dayrd- 196, 231 Holder, Jell- 231 Holland. Delnole- 231 Houpl, Diane 62, 232 Hurley, carol- 166, 232 Jagernauln. Saroj- 37, 94, 95, 232 Jonnson, Rrelr- 2 Jonalnlan, Droll- 210 Jones, snella- 234 Jones, vlelry- 41, 70. 19, 234 Joralman, Rronard- 232 Kalooros, Marlr- 11, 232 Kaye, snrrley- 232 Kerns, Karen- 232 lcrrnole, Me1anna16 King, Lorrarne 232 Kogan, Drana- 65, 232 Krzyslolozylr, Dons- 232 Lamm, Melrssa- 166, 190, 191 Lanlre, Nell- 232 Looley, alllre Jo 76 Lrrolrenorll, Mary- 72, 232 Malalesla, Margl- 232 Marchese. Vlnce- 208, 209. 232 Marshall, Kay- 232 Mocarlny, J 1 - 232 Moclendon, Paul- 232 McSpadden. Gary- 229, 232. 235 Menne, Bern- 292 Meyer, Karen- 64, 150, 223 Melzger, crndy- 69, 223 Mrlolrell, wrllr- SB Morse, Betsy- 42, 233 Ferdna, Sherry L,- 135, 146 Ferguson, cnrrslopner J,- 166 Ferguson, Danrelle- as, 105, 166 Ferguson, Jellrey A.- 196 Ferguson, M1onae1 A.- 166 Ferrerra, Mronelle c,- 02, 154 Ferrell, Dave- 202 FerrlS, Sean R: 105, 155 Fleorg, Jennrler M,- 105 Fleolg, wrllre M - 62, 135 Fledler, Gnrlslodner s Freldrng, Kellr A,- 166 Frelds, Dan1eID,- 135 Frelds, James 15,- 166 Flenourg, Len- 105 Fierros. Angela M.- 74. 15, 154 Finch, Chanln M - 91. 106 Finch, Salelaa 135 Finken. Glen J,- 61, 72 Flnnegan, Grndr- 106 Finney, Firrlclfl, Mark J.- 135, 131 Vlc J,- 91,106 Firlh, Thomas W,- 165 Fitch, Devra S: 155 Frlzgerald, slaeey J.- 69, 135 Fzrzoalrlolr, John 0,- 156 Flanr11, Gary 5- 106 Flannery, Jenrler 0,- 166 Flaule, sleonanle ls- 106 Fleet, Jdhrl C.- 155 Flemlng, Kimberly D.- 72, 90, 93, 156, 182 Fleser, Jenniler L - 155 FIeSZar, Kelly, A - 75, 78. 155. 205 Flrpoo, syron L.- 166 Flores, Adrrenne M,- 106 Flores, Julie M - 135 Florn, Lovl- 85 Foeazlo, Lawrence D.- es. 106, 114 Fogel, Jell- 156 Llsa A,- 135, 192, 193, 209 Mornane, Lrn- 36, 233 Myers, Loyd- 233 Nelson, orane- 66, B7 o'srren, cnns- 94, 233 Olah, Bob- 179 oraonell, Jean- 84, 94. 95, 233 Page, Dave- 233 Ralomoo, Maru- 54, 90, 91, 201, 230, 233 Pally, Droll- 233 Peek, snrrley- 233 Poelzl, Gerhard- 187, 233 Porler, Doug- 54, 90, 91 Fleinherl. Sleve- 187 FOOTBALL. .l.v.- 161 Ford. Chrlslopher Fl- 135 Ford, Danny J.- 15, 156 Ford. Joel F- 156 Forler, Abbey E Y 156 Forman. April D,- 106 Forman, Tammy L.- 106 Forgller, Gregory J,- 60, 14, 15, 106 Forsney, Shannon L,- 166, 194 Forsman, zao 11,- 135 Forwood, Dede A - 69, 155 Foss, Ronald 1- 66, 61, 106 Fosler, Dean 11,- 16, 135 Reeve, rom- 233 Reynolds, calnerrne- 233 Russell, Rron- 233 Sabrack, Jeannle- 45, 94, 228, 233 Salahuh, Nadine- 233 Sandova. lrlna- 233 Fosler. Foster, Foulke. Fuwler. Fowler. Fowler, Gary 1- 156, 205 Gregory M.- 66, 106, 203 Mronelle- 135 cnrrslrna L,- 135 Danrel D - 145 Teresa L.- 77, 106 Fox, Marlrn L - 166, 212 Fralrer, Dawn G- 69, 106 Fraller, 1-learner 11,- 11, 09, 156 Franeres, Jennrler L - 11, 93, 146 Francom, sneloy A,- 155 Frank, Donald 5 - 106 Franlrlln, Mallnew lc - 166 Franzen, Ellen A,- 166 Frale, slaoey M - 135, 149, 195, 206, 209 Frale, slrsan 6,- 156, 206, 209 Fralrer. James c.- 156 Frazrer, Joseen E - 156 Fleas, Eno A,- 135, 191, 198 Predenekson, Lrsa M - 135 Freeman, Larry J,- 135 Freeman, Mrenael E - BD. 97 Frelrer, Healner- 166 Frenlonl, Jacob 6 - 166, 204 Frenen. cnrlslopner A- 61, 135 FRENCH CLUB- 79 Prey, Glenn A,- 106 Frey, Mranelle M - 52, 166 Fnolr, Rnonda L,- 135, 149 Frlolre, Laura la - 106 Frredrnan, slaoey- 66, 106 Fnsdy, Nloln A- 106 Fnren, lcnsll L- 36, 156 Folaylor, Mark s,- 27, 91, 106 Fuller, cnrlslooner .1.- 156 Frrrgeson, Rob- 106 Fornrlrrr, cnrrslooner- 156 Frrson. Sheryl L,- 30, 61, 166 Flrson, vrrgrnra M.- 14, 31, 60, 15, 106 Folon, Day1d- 61 Frrlo. L1sa L,- 107 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA- 89 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA- 90 Fylle, Deoore A- 107 Look 141 We GZ Gaooerr, seoll- 135 Gaonel, Larrrre A,- 136 Gaby. Mlonelle A- 19, 136 Gaddrs, cnrrslrna L- 136 Gaglrardr, Mrlre A,- 136 Garnes, Denr F- 93, 166 Gallagner, Denrs J,- 107 Gallanl, sally J- 155 Gallegos, Mronael J - 166 Gamarano, eloolay M - 136 Garora, cnandra L,- 136 Garera, Jesse R- S1,151,15S,179,2U5 Garera, Lia M.- 66, 107 Garora, Mrenelle M.- 156. 187 Gardner, Joshua v,- 166 German, Danny J,- 156 Garner, Jrll M.- 156 Garrell lwrrnlel, Jason D.- 149 Garrrson, calny- 60, 107 Garrrson, Jaolr- 107 Garsed, Susanne M.- 76, 93, 166 Garza, Anlnony 11,- 21, 136, 149 Garza, sandra v.- 75 Gasper, Mallnew L.- 136 Gales, wrllrarn s,- 12, 94, 95, 156, 184, 165 Gersel, Derek- 60, 136 Gersel, Grna L - 93, 166 Genrrnrlr, vrnoenl M - 60. 136 Geooel, carey- 57 George, Mronael D- 107 George, sleonen D. 136, 149 Geraoe, Angelrooe M.- 166 Geragnly, Kelly M,- 78, 61, 156, 166 Geragnly, sean J.- 156, 163 Gerdon, Parnell J,- 107 Gerharl, Drarg J,- 91, 107 Gernoll. LeeAnne- 91, 107 Gerloolr, sleyen s,- 14, 136, 163 GERMAN CLUB- 79 Germlnard, John- 179 Germrnaro, Jrrn- 10. 179 Gerlz, olryer- 26, 40, 107 Geyer, Danelle J.- 152, 156, 211 Glanlorle, Roeeo 55, 101 Gibbs, Demelrlos 0- 156 Gloos, Pnlllro L - 106, 179 Groson, Della- 90, 136 Groson, Russell w- 9, 13. 17, 106 Grllrn, carrre L - 61, 75, 136 Glguere, senramrn L- 66, 165 Grlooy, Gelene- 136 Grlaoy, Tneresa 9 - 36, 136 Gill. Deanna L - 156 Glallrowsln, Gregory M,- 136, 205 Glaze, Rodney w,- 136 Glover, Yvelle M.- 91, 106 Goosler, Trmolny M - 126, 156 Goeoel, carey L,- 16, 64, 136. 163 Goeoel, Kimberly A,- 65, 93, 166, 110 Goelne, Laura- 166 Goldlng, Mronelle L - 149 Gonoz, Jolre L.- 93, 156 Gonsnalr, cnrrslopner A - 166 Gonsanalr, sllzaoeln M - 108 Gonsnalr, snelly- 91 Gonzales, aaroara J - 14, 75, 16, 156 Gonzales, Jerry- 136 Gonlales, Llsa v.- 136 Gonzales, Nroole A - 16, 211 Gonzalez, Genyasor J - 61 Goodwrn, Erre Re 56, 136 Geodwrn, Loren- 136 GOId0n, Mark A- 105 Gorsllr, cnrrslrne M - 156, 207 Goror, Elena P ll, 45, 15, 156 Gosoensln, Palrl D- 61. 166 Grace, Renneln M - 61, 106 Grado, Laura A - 156, 211 Grananr, Krlslrn M,- 93, 166 GYBVUO, Kathleen E- 105 Granaln, Mssy J- 16, 136 Granlnanr, Mrenael 0,- 106 Grasnel, Amy c,- 156 Grayes, Brenda- 156 Graves, Pally- 136 Gray, Douglas R,- 10a Gray, Tra1:1J- 136 Green, Adam 6,- 69, 156 Green, Healner 61,- 75, 108 Green, Jel1ery 0- 166, 180 Greene. Karen L.- 91, 106 Greggo, cnarles 6 - 166 Greggo, Mrenael A - 91, 106, 119, 191 Grres, Jamre J,- 166 Gnllrn, Drran D - 136 Grrllrn, Rooerl E- 166 Gn11rln. Paol 1- 166 Grlrnrn, Knsla J - 91, 136 Groooll, Rebecca s - 93, 167 Groeneyeld, 11 J,- 12, 91, 179 Grove, Aaron- 156, 205 Grrroer, Rrolr- 136 Grlrnerl, James L - 136, 119 Gsonwend, Darey L,- 91, 106 Gsenwend, Joe P - 136 Grrdenlraol, Naney 5.- 66, 108 Gdelr, Mareella J,- 167 Goeyara, .lolran v Grrnr, snawn J,- 106 Gonder, Larry 16,- 108 Glrsenrlls, sleye w- 75, 167 Glrlnne, LeeAnne N.- 167 Golrerrez, M1chaelS.- 136 cv1vlRAs'r1cs- 69 Gyory. Llsa L,- 69, 136 Look Az 'lla Haas, Jlrn H.- 108 Haddad, aryan E.- 136 Haddad, Tddd- 108 Haddon, Chrlsrlne L,- 136, 157 Haddon, Debbie G.- 55 Radley, Johnny R.- 167. 204 Hady, Lesley P - 136 Haggard, seoll A,- 156 Hainllne, John R- 135 Halawlln, Eno 0,- 91, 136 Hall. Brenda L.- 93. 155 Hall, Christina L,- 155 Hall, Mare D.- 72, 109 Hallman, Matthew C: 155 l'l'4 Halllnan, Paul J,- 136 Halslead, Jennrler- 155, 166 Halyerson, Jonalrlan M.- 15, 161 Hamel, cnrlslopner J - 136 Hamlllon, Duslln- 155 Hammer, Jason R- 149 Hammer, Kell J,- 167, 205 Hammer, Tim S,- 108, 135 Hammond, Jason w,- 136, 179 1-lamrnonds, Mallnew c - 106, 191 1-lamoson, Shawna L- 155 1-lanlls, Edward L,- 90, 106 HBYISGD, JBVTIES E: 60 1-lansen, Tony M - 136 Rards, Melanre J.- 157 wards, Renee L.- 155 Hards, Shannon M,- 136 Hare, Keyrn- 226 1-largraye, Barry L,- 156 1-largraye, Glorra .l,- 167 Harmon, lcrrnoerly A - 12, 156, 213 Harmon, Lon L- 167 Harmon, Thomas 6- 167 Harper, Judy A - 106 Raroer, Jrrslrn 1,- 108 Rerns, Amy L.- 26, 156, 211 Rarrrs, cnarlene M,- 109 1-larrls, Rronard L,- 136 Harris, Shawna L,- 136 1-1ar1ens1ern, Jill- 151 1-1ar1sol1, Jolle A- 11, 109 nasoer, Eno J - 15, 156 1-lasslnger, wendl L - 91, 109 Haslrngs, xrmoerly s,- 16, 19, 167 Halener, Jennller- 156 1-1al11eld, 'rraey A- 16, 69, 109 1-lalrll, oayrd M - 136, 191 Harnl, Joel 6 - 95, 109 lrarlll. Klnroerly M - 109 11arror1on, carl w,- 109 Hawk, Dale c,- 61, 167 Hawkes, Mrenael- 13, 109, 131, 161 1-lawllrns, Tlmolny P, 1-lawlrrnson, Tamara 0,- 109 Haws, cnrrslooner K,- 61, 131 Haynes, James E- 137 Haynes. Jennrler L.- 161, 187 Haynes, Knslrna M - 156 HEALTH 0ccuPA11oR EDUCAYION- 88 Healn, Angela- 156 1-learner, Shannon M.- 62, 137 Heoerl, Krrnoerly A.- 137 Heck, vrnoenr E,- 109 Redrroll, Jellery R,- 137, 205 Reemslra, Jlll- 11, 167 1-legal. Alarna R- 137 1-lerrnann, calny- 133 Helss. Shan- 109 Heltrnan, Donna D- 109 Heller Heller . Gregg- 119 , Jellrey M - 75 Heller, Heller. Jole M - 109, 205 Paul 0,- 137, 213 Helms, Mary Helen- 81, 91, 109 H9IS1er1, Donald L.- 109 Hernoree, Angela- 51 Hernoreg, Julre 156 Hemmen, Jel1s 137 Hernrnlng, George 11- 155 Henderson, Barry- 137 Henoerson, Greg- 155 Hendllcks, .lanlei A.- 103 Henley. Lara 5- 109 Henriksen, SCO!! FL- 32, 109 Henrlksen, Sleven M.- 156 Henry, Sarah B,- 91, 137 Henshaw, Chris!ir1a L,- 91. 137 Hepps. Flrsa- 109 Hernandez, Anlhony- 137 l-lerhoon. Bob J.- 155, 177 HERO- B9 Herrera, Marllee A.- 78, 85, 87, 137 Herrrnglon, Kelly A.- 109 Henzog, carrr A,- 156 Herlhall, Jell J.- 109 Hess, David W,- 156 Hesler, Chris B: 149 Heslerrrlan, Krlsll- E3 Heyoerger, Chrissie- 91, 155 Hrolray. Thomas 5 - 109. 213 Hlckman, Holly N.- 91, 137 Hrggrns, Keyrn- 155 Hrgley, Amy L.- 109 Hilb, ThDr1'lDSOn- 167, 180 Hrlolg, Darrah C - 90 Hlld, Mark D - 109 HIII, Davrd B - 137 1-lrll, Gary w.- 137 Hlll, Jlalee- 137 Hlllman, Came L - 91, 110 Hlll51rDfn, JBnnl1er T- 157 Hlllslrorn, S6011 M.- 110 Hillon, Joaquln E,- so, 73, 156 Hlrrimelsleln, Jill M.- 156 Hines. Doreen L.- 167 Hines, Thomas Jl- 156 Hinshaw, Jonel J - 75, 78, 87, 137 Hrnsnaw. Hroharo s,- 75, 55, 157 Hlnlze, oalhy c - 45, 49, 72, 77, 57, 110 Hlnlle, TOI'r1 M - 75 Hlralel, Llsa A - 110 Hlle, Jerl K.- 156 1-llarng, John- 167 Hoogooo, Dennis L,- 137 Hobl, Andrea l.- 13, 76, 110 Hobl, Chrlsllna A,- 167 Hobson,F1lchard- 137, 181 Hodge, Howard L.- 22, 110 Hodges, Allen- 59, 110 Hodsorl, Jack W.- 137 HOGSOI1, Julie A,- 44, 156 H01rnen, Holly L - 75, 167 Hogehaurn, Jchn K.- 15. 17, 137, 179 Holoerl, Denyse- 110 HDIUIOO11, Chrlslopher A.- 110 Hollan, Kevln M.- 137 Holland, Tommy- 110 Holllngshead, Dan F- 110 Hollrngsworlh, Hoople w.- 50, 73 Holly, chrlslopner- 137 Holly, sooll 11- 95, 110 Holl, Mlchelle L.- 137 Hornoero, Jerry- 149 H00d, Haber! L,- 157, 190 Hooks, Jennller- 40, 69, 137, 149 HOOKS, Ma1l- 137 Hoopes, Jlll- 137 Hoplensplrger, Llsa C- 137 Hopklrrs, Chrisline M - 110 l-iopklns, Marlr- sl Hopkins, wlllrenr M.- 110 Horlne, Brian S: 167, 188, 190, 101 Horn, Lorl L,- 16, 17, 167, 170, 210 Horn, Rod A.- 137, 181 Horral, Hyan D- 167 H0rs!rnBrl, Kimberly K.- 75, 110 HOr!0n, Sherri L 137 l-lorlon slephanre J.- ae, 110 Honralh, ceollrey E- 157 Hcrssack, Linda K - 168, 186, 210 Hossack, Sleve G - 110 HO1C71kls5, Renae D,- 168 Houle, Susan G: 149 Householder, wayne- 137 Hauser. John A - 61, 156 1-louser, Troy L,- 137 Hovselh, Roblrl L - 110 Howard, Clyde T - 137 Howell, Krlill L - 27, 76, 87, 110, 182, 18 Howell, laanoy L - 139, 199 Howland, 1Pryol Brian 0- 22, 110 Hrober, Shane A - 137 Huberlak. Traci- 156 Huber, Brlan G - 168, 212 Huber, crnoy M - 13. 89, 110 Huber, Eric N,- 137 Huddleslon, Denise L - 93, 168 Hudock, Dusllrl T - 168 Huelll, Lisa A - 110 Huggrns, rrna M,- 155 Hughes, slalre A- 156 Hughes Bryan A - 155 Hughes. Jason F 156. 151 Hughes, Jelrrey D- 91, 168, 204 Hughes, Trael C Hunn, Cyllnda L - 156, 186, 167 Hulse, Arny L- 137 Hurrlberd, Jerry M - 78, 137, 212 Hurnphreys, Paul W - 91, 110 Hurll, Brrarl L - 137 Hunl, Scoll A.- 156 Hunrsnran, Nlooya M - 53, 169 HUSIOV1, Hcllle M - 137 Hu!ChIns, Mlchelle L - 137 Hutchinson, Andrew W- 61, 73, 137 Hulohrson. Belly .1 - 155 Hurlon, Dale E- 51, 137 3 Hyoe, Llenroe 0- 53. 57, 155 Hyeoma, Leonna R- 137 Hylron Jr, nooerl 0- 137 Look 141 We l'4 llrer, sleonen 0- 137, 149 lnrnre, Aoelle E- 155 lrnnnng, Krishne M - 93 lMvAc1- 87 lnrsleeo, Kim- S3 lngersoll. Mrohael A.- 155 Ingersoll, Paul c- 155 lngersoll, Tooo L.- 155 lngrarn, aelh 5- iss Ingram, Healher L,- 155 lngranr, Jenrller A - 77. 135 Irons, Shannon M.- 110 lryrng, Mrehael H - 57. 111 lrwrn, Carolyn l2l.- 155 lrwrn, Lrsa A- 50 lrwrn, Mrlre 0- 14, 50, 78, 111 lshrnael. nooln 14 - 75. 95, 138 lsrlr. Aynur- 138, 156 lyanoyle, Heror M.- 111 Ivarson, Danny- 155 lwlnskr, Amy .1 - 111 lwrnslrl, Cheryl J.- 155 Look Az 11,4 Jaelrson, chaslly M - 155 Jaolrson, C1y5!:1lM.- 75, 111, 203 Jaohson, Eno A.- 111 Jaolrson, Maroey L - 99. 155 Jrroooy, Morrrs- 138 Jacoby, Husserl L - 111 Janes, Daryl 1 - 111, 50, 73 Janlszewslrr, Krrsla A - 111 Janson, Jossre- 205 Janson, Linoa s,- 136 Janssen, Jellery y,- 155 Jararnrllo, Sharon M - 138, 149 Jarooe, Klrn- 78, 138 .ulzz BAND- 50 Jonhlngs, Jehnrler- 111 Jensen, Adam 5 - 156 Jensen, Jessica L - 155 Jensen, Mallhew M - 155, 191 Jess, uayro A - 156 Jrrh. cornne R - 150 Joanou, Traci L.- 155 Joaourn. uanlelle- 93, 168 JOBS Fon AL GRADUATES- 90 Johns, Julie A.- 138, 149 Johnson, Alesa M,- es, 111 Johnsnn, Angellna- 156 Johnson, Brandon M.- 150, 203 Johnson, Chad T- 156 Johnson, Chrrs l:l- 91 Johnson Eric P.- 25, sl, 92, 110, 109 Eric T- 80,81,166,180 Johnson. Johnson, rranlr w.- 75, 156 Johnson, Jeremy la- 111 Johnson, Jerry L.- 156 Johnson, Johnny L.- 138 Jonson, Mark- 156 Johnson, Slephanle D - 111 Johnson, Troy L.- 156 Johnslon, Phlllrp M - 135, 154, 155 Jones, aelh A - 10, 69, 75, 156 Jones, Bobby M.- 138 JDFIBS, BYE!! T: 111 Jonas, chaawrelr W.- 156 Jones, Drew w.- 135 Jones, Jennrler- 4 Jones, Kellr L.- 138 Jones, Teresa L - 111 Jones, Wendy 0- 111. 192, 193 Jones, william 0,- 111 Joroan, chrrslre M - 77, 155 Joroan, Julre- 77, 168 Jordan, sleoeoa M - 138, 195 Jordan, Tammy L.- 111 Jorgensen, Bryan K.- 75, 91, 168 Juarez, neleeoea M.- 75, 156 Judge, Jason 15,- 77, 75, 93 Judson, chrlslopher 5- 168, 212 Juoson, Dawn M- 138 Junkar, Gregory 5,- 111 JUSIHSKBS, Gavin J - 111 JUSWISKBS, Gavin J - 111 Jusseaurne, Kerrr Lynn M.- 111 Jusliee, Kern Lynn M - 111 Jusuoe, Ahoy- 155 Jushoe, Ernily c.- 135 Look AZ 'Mo 164 Kaoel, Wendy K. 138 Kaoello. Barry L,- 13B Kaoello. Edward c - 155 Kaolr, Deborah- 55, 91, 111 Kalleslao, Palrrolr c.- 150 Karnrar, wrlllanr 11- 149 Kanlar, Amy L.- 111 Karas, Danny 0, 51, 157 Karner, Howard 0- 112, 178, 179 Kase, Bob J - 138 Kasel, Dorl Af 26 Ka!iCh, Brian L,- 157, 205 Kallch, Davld J,- 138 Kalsaros, V001-3 G: 91, 112 Karz, Jennller L.- 93, 165 Kalz, Krrnoerly R- 157, 187 Kalzke, Ronald E.- 168 Kawasalrr, Ellzaoelh s.- 72, 75, 54, 55, 57, 112 Kay, Chrrsla 0,- 112 Kay, Jellery 0- 75, 155 Keayeney, Healher A - 157, 195 Keel, Shannon L.- 168 Keelen, Maureen- 168, 170 Keener, Erln J.- 138 Kelley, shannon- 138 Kelly, Jerinller- 112 Kelly, Suzanne M - 93, 168 Kelly, Daniel L,- 112 Kenike. Mlke- 58 Kenney, oaroy M.- 157 Kenl, Donald B,- 90, 138, 197 Kenl, Fellce S - 157 Ken!, Jlmmle F1- 138, 205 Kenl, P0rlaId'E!,- 112, 197 Kenlzlnger, Jason E,- 135 Keoppel, sleye M.- 157 Kern, Joe F1.- 112 Kerskl, Kel1h D,- 157 Kessel, Andrew W - 138 KEY CLU 87 Kiel, Michael G.- 112 Kleselbach, Chrlsllne L.- 3, 87, 96, 112 Kleselbach, Tracey D- 84, 85, 167, 168, 17919 Klrneo, slaoy- 149 Kirnes, Carrie A.- 168, 210 Klrnes, slacy L - 129, 157 Krng, Darnn w.- 133 King, Michael D: 157 Klnney, Barbara A,- 112 Klnney, Trlna L.- 138 Kinney, Troy w.- 112 Krnsey, Aorran- 130, 189 KISZCZEJK, Shannon L.- 112 Kllchen, Charles W - 138 Klllerrnan, Laura- 93, 168 Killlesorl, Davld J.- 138, 181 Klaus, Richard J.- 112 Klayrller, claylon s,- 138 Klresl, John w- 61, 157 Kllne, Sulanhe- 76, 87, 112 Klose, Scoll F1 - 91, 157, 185 Klulurluwllch, J0hr1 M,- 112 Knapp, Krrslen- 138, 195 Knapp, Krlsllrla M - 138 Krlechl, Kevin W - 112 Knrghl, Braoley T - 155 Knlghl, Davlo- 138 Knrghl, nouglas w,- 135 Knlghl, ossre R- 112 Knlghl, Tratl A,- 81, 82, 83, 112 Knlpp, Duane M - 155 Knrap, Healher A - 168 Knlpp, Sheryl L.- 112 Knoll, Brad R - 157 KrlOl!s, F10ber1 A,- 157 Knudson, DOrnIr1lk L,- 138 Koch, Anlhony A.- 138 Kodllck, Andrea G - 69, 112 Koeckes, Tommy J - 90, 138 Koenoen, Eno w,- 138 Koepple, Dave- 151 Kohler, Chrlslopher E- 168, 180, 196 K0hr'1er1, Karen E.- 157 Koplrn, F1an0lL - 139 K0ls1edl, David G,- 138 K0ndra!, Chrlsllna L,- 138 Kunecke. Kendal K- 112 Koniaz. Surner- 89, 136 Koornen. Terry- 135 KOSKI, Brad A,- 168 Kosler, Dawn- 138 Kraerner, SCO!! A A 157 Krainll, Nlck D- 9, 112, 179 Krall, Jessica M - 138 Kramer, David J,- 60, 73, 138, 149, 191 Kringlre, Erick- 112 Krllanich, John- 113 Kroll, Deanna M - 157, 211 Krcll, Kelly A - 7, 113 Krukobsky, Bill W.- 168 Krukoyshy, charles- 113 Krulroyslry, Mrohelle- 157 Kruse, Nadlne l.- 77, 87, 93, 138 Kucaba, Carla D,- 157 Kucherlbelser, Paul D,- 135, 139 Kudlck, Joleen R- 139 Kuors. Wayne 11- 139 Kuallel. Gary A- 157 Kunlrel, Rodney s.- 139 Kwolkoski, Dlana L- 87, 113 Look Al L51 La lfeore. Laura 5- 155 La Rue, Jaelr 0 - 159, 155 Laberee Mlohelle- 57, 95, 55, 200 Laaounly, Dayro 0,- 155 Lafaye, Randy- 157. 181.205 Lalra, Jason la. 155 Lallro, Mrenelle L- 93, 157, 195, 211 Lagasse, Jason L - 157, 181 Lagrey, John- 113 Larore, Mrohelle L.- 159 Lanroerlo, Mrohael- 168 Lanroerlo, Mrehelle 87, 113 Lanloerlus. cnrrsllne M,- 139 Larnprnen, Eoore J,- 139, 149 Larnplnen. Gary J.- 113 Lanoasler. Angle H.- 155 Lanoasler, Gary c,- 75. 157 Lanoinr, Bruce J.- 157 Lane, Jennller M,- 72. 78, 157 Lang, craig w.- 159 Lange, Paul F- 92. 139 Lange, Traor L.- 7, 53. 113 Langlord, Jenrliler K.- 89, 139, 149 Lansrng. oanron A.- 157 Laprnslry, selh l.- 76 Lanrner. Shana L.- 93 Larsen, Craig- 151 Larson, chrls 0.- 139 Larue, Marc A- 25, 51, 113 Lauore, Lara J- 139 Laull. Debra M.- 55, 113 Laurenl. oonnre c,- 113 Laurella, oanle 5.- 78, 57. 139 Laurra, rlosernarre- 139 Lauzon, lahrlrp A.- 94, 113 Law, Ann n.- 95, 139, 149 Lawhorn, oennrs- 139 Layrnan, Amy 14,- 155 Le, Trang 0.- 113 Lealherrnan, sleyen 5 - 159 Lealnerwooo, hlarhan la- 139, 149 Leavlll, Kevin A,- 139 Lee, Arny- 159, 194 Lee. Donna M- 74, 75. 75. 139 Lee, Jim- 139 Lee, Kelly 5- 139 Mal, UI- 140 Malone, Sean- 198 Malln. Jarnle- 140 Mallon, Ma! hew- 34, 169 Mallory. Mioheal- 114 Mallory, llleseanna- 114 Mallory, Trn a- 75, 91, 140. Malone, sean- 159, 180 Malone, shell- 25, 169 Manorlla, Arrnroa- 140 Mansrnr, Denlse- 158 Manouso, Trne- 155 Mangan, seralo- 114 Mangan, Troy- 75, 59, 158 Mangrno. Joe- 114 Manrag, Karr- 159 Mann, Je11- 169 Manny, Keyrn- 140 Manson, Karr- 59, 140 Maravlo, Ml March, Hea Ke- 205 lher- 158 Maroolle, Allyson- 155 Mane, Tillany- 194 Mark, Jason- 140 Marlroulsrs, Angela- 114 Marquarol, Connie - 114 Marquez, Lrsa- 51, 158 Marr, Arny- 140 Marlhaler, Pele- 15s Marhn, Beau- 158 Marlrn, oayro- 140 Mar!In, Edward- 60, 114 Mar1in, Joshua- 169, 185 Marlin, Pau Ilne- 91. 114 Marrrn, sraoy- 159 200, 201 Lee, Lorranna E- 139 Lehnrann, Julre A,- 139 Lenz, sonya- 139 Leon, chrlslrna- 72, 139, 149 Leonaro, srell J.- 139 Leonard, Elrzaoelh J Leonaro, Parrrora A - 89, 159 Leslre, Michael 11- 169, 150, 204 Le51el, cyrrlhra s.- 75, 139 Leyreau II, nennrs J- 113 Lewrs, Heather c.- 75, 139 Lewrs, Flooln M - 75, 169 Leyyas, nonnre l-1 - 51, 139 Lrehlenwaller. Jennlne- 158. 211 Lrooell, Donald 111,- 113 Lrenaro, chrrslooher J - 139 Llgnl-orr, Mark A - 75. 113, 158 Lrghl-orr. sleyen 11- 75 Lind, Marlha J- 57, 159 Lrnooursl, Alexa J- 113 Lrnosay, Dawn y,- 139 Llnosay Jr,, nooerl W - 158 Llnosey, crnoa la - 91, 113 Lrhosey, Parnela- 91, 113 Lrngor- croegory 5 - 113 Lrnrnger, Palrrera A- 113 Llnlr, Angel 0, Lln1r,5usr- 14, 113, 183 Llpoerl, Penny M,- 72, 158 Lrsanlr, Melanle L.- 139 Llsreolrl, Barbara A.- 114 Lrslrar, Hrllary 5 - 93, 169 Lllohenwaller. Jennre- 195 LITERARY MAGAZINE Lrllarohn, Terry- 139 Lllzler, noherr L.- 5, 139 Lrusy, John- 195 Lo croero, Jarnre L,- 59. 139 Loenard, Palrroia- 93 Loers. Robert s - 139 Logersleol, Rodney w,- 155 Logue, Aprrl c - 78, 139 Logue, Traol 0.- 158 Lolsel, Jerry lr- 113 Marlrn, Susan- 140 Marirn, Tarnrny- 12, 91, 140, 201 Marlrnez, Brian- 159 Marlrnez, Joseph- 140 Marlrnez, Rosrla- 156, 207 Marlinez, sooll- 72, 140 Marlrnez, veronica- 155 Marzlano, chrrslrna- 19, 75, 140 Maselll, carnllle- 159, 210 Mason, Jayme- 59, 140 Mason, Marla- 114 Mason, wenay- 114 Massey, chnslopher- 114 Maslrrano, Erin- 155, 179 Mala, Flanron- S1 Malarazzo, Annarnarre- 140 Malhesoh, sooll- 140 Mainrs, ously- 140, 179 Mallhews, Marlr- 4, 159 Mallrla, sooll- 115 Mallingly, shane- 115 Mallson, Kelly- 159 Mall, Shelly- 93, 159 Maugen, Lorr- 140 Maul, Anne- 169 Maxon, Lrsa- 115 Maxwell, Mrohelle- 159 Maxwell, Shannon- 81, 52, 53, 115 May, Darnran- 9, 55, 57, 115, 195 May, Kelly- 169 Maycock, Soollle- 140 Maylrelo, Laura- 20, 75, 140 Mayna1d,Cynlhla- 149 Maywalo,l1ooor1- 115 Mocaoa, Aron- 61, 169, 190, 188, 204 Mocalguo, Judy- 159 Mocall, Jason- 51, 159 Mocallurn, Jennller- 78, 55, 57, 140 Mocallurn. Palrrola- 115 Mocarran, Palrlora- 59, 140 Mocarlhy, Gary- 158, 181 Mocarlhy, lrlsh- 75, 159, 152 Mocaughey, Terry- 61 Macaw, chrrslopner- 115 Mocaw. Tinrolhy- 91, 115 LOIIB1, Lisa- 193 Long, Tony 14,- 139 Longlre Id Shelli G. 76, 113 Longofnussell J.- 155 Lopez, uesrree M - 149, 158 Lopez, Ronald L.- 139, 149 Lopez, Sonia y,- 159 Lowma Lowlhe n, Jarnesc- 139 r, Kelly 111,- 139 Lozano, Jason e.- 149 Luoas. charles- 75. 158 Lucas, Jennrler- 93, 159 Lugo. Ahrhony J - 135 Lurnla, Gary M,- 55. 114 Lunrra, Marlr- 114 Luna. Eve Angell 11- 139 Luna, Freorron 9- 93, 159 Lunoslrorn, Teresa 19,- 92. 114 Luoue, Joseph 0 95. 114, 179 Lures. lselh A.- 55, 114 Lures, Leonard n,- 90, 169 Lynch, James M,- 139 Lyon, Leann- 72, 139 Look Al M51 Mac Pherson, Cecll FZ- 169 MacDonald, Brlan- 61, 169 Maclearn, Kerrl- 114 Maddux. Trlcla- 158 Moclarn. Marrrn- 75, 140 McClu1e,Jarrle5- 18, 72, 115 McClure, Mlohael- 159 Moclure, rrrna- l4o Mocluslrey, Tia- 169 Mecollurn, Guy- 140 Moconnell, cherr- 93, 159. 213 Moconnell. Kern- 93, 159 Mocorlrle, crlsropher- 140 Mocornraolr, Anlhony- 169 Mocoy, cryslal- 57, 59, 95, 140 Mocoy, Kelly- 115 Mocoy, Mane- 93, 169 Meoanrel, carneo- 59, 159 Molrlanlel, Klrnoerly- 115 Mouanrel, Mary- 140 Meoanrel, Nichole- 78, 57, 201 Monerrnoll. Dayro- 227 Mooerrnoll, Jrll- 93, 159 Mononalo. lanan 75, 140 Mononalo, nooerl- 140 Mouowell, Donald- 140 McDowell, shannon- 93. 159 Mosllyen, Anoy- 150 Mosee. Arny- 93, 159 Mocee. Kalre- 91, 115 Mocsrrrley, Kelly- 72, 77, 51, 93, 159 Mo5olorioK. Jooi- 72, 77, 93, 159 Moaraw, Malary- 169 Mosraw. Mallhew- 59 Mosrrll, Lorie- 77, 140 Moculgsn, Jennrler- 93. 169 MoHenry, Perer- 78, 140 Mcllveen, Anorew- 140. 161, 205 Melnlyre, Healher- 15, 15, 17, 115, 152. 183 MoKee, nooerl- 75, 140 Maeslas. sahnna- 139 Magee, Trrola- 139 Maglronleo. Mana- 158, 183 Magusen, Morgan- 114, 186 Magoon, Dlane- 91, 114 Magsarh, Cherl- 26, 139, 149, 192. 193 Magurre, crrllrlh- 155 Mahar, sean- 55. 114 MoKelyey, Jennrler- 169 McKeIvey, Tracy- 52, 115 McKelvey, Tracy- 82, 115 McKenzie, Andrea- 169, 206 McKenzie, Mark- 197 McKenZler, Floberl- 140 McKe0n, Sccll- 140. 198, 188 MCKim, Julle- 140 Mokrnr, wendy- 140 Mokrnsler, Jesse 159 McLar1Y, 1.1sa- 93, 169 McLaugnlln, Janres- 115, 195 MoLaugr1lrn, s1aoyl59 MoLluee, Andy- 205 MoMrller, Joanna- 115 MoNul1, Marora- 140 MoPnerson, ceerl- 190 MoP1ke, Renea- 169 MePrke, Samanlha- 140 Mcouay, Edre 99, 115 Mcvey, Reoeoca- 0, 115 Mcvey, calny- 93, 169 Movroker. Eno- 140, 179 Movioker, Realner- 115 MCWhOr1er. Davld- 159 Mewrllrarns, Andrea- 169 Meade, Dane- 115 Mednrok. Brad- 99, 159 Meeker, Jason- 151 M9eklnS, Tara- 140 Meere, Jody- 93, 140 Mellon, Ray- 159 Melol, Mronael- 140 Mennrno, Karen- 59, 159 Merrill, RODEYI- 115 Me1ryman,S1ept1en- 13, 115 Merlens, Traoy- 19, 115 Mesklnren, Jarnes- 4. 115 Melzger, Krrnloerly- 115 Meulur, Jaok- 159 Murayroy, Mlonael- 159 Murphy, Andrew 75 1o.1, ex Look AZ Murpny, soon- 170 Murray, Holly- 117 Murray, Tarnrny- 159, 193 Murray, Ty- 117 Muse. seyerly- 35, 141 Musrok, nanny- 51, 110, 180 Muslalne, Dave- 149 Muzzy. Tina- 91 Lbolt A1 'Me Nackrno, Cnrrssy- 117 Nagle, Danrel 0- 111 Nalnodrl, Anne M - 110 Nanodrl, Kennelln J.- 159 Nardo, James- 75. 141. 133 Nasn, Amy T- 93, 111 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY- B6 Nauglnlon, Robert E- 117 Naylor, Keyrn 9- 141 Neal, cnnslopner 5,- 91, 32, 111 Neal. Shauna E- 149 Negley, cnnsloprler T,- 72 Meyers, oawn- 159 Meyers, knsrr- 19, 200 Michaels, Rob- 199 Mlckelson, Christopher- 169, 180 Mleszkowskl, Rebecca- 75. 140 Mllam. NlCO1e- Bl, 116 Mrlo, Trna- 159 Milolg, Uarran- 140 Mllek, Peter- 51, 141 Mrles, nrnolny- 141 Mrlilano, Tara- 93 Neltlel, Judd- 159 Nellessen. Klrrl A.- 117 Nelson. Blll- SS. 94, 95 Nelson, Jody- 141, 195, 209 Nelson, Lisa M,- 141 Nelson. Nelson. Nelson, Shawn M,- 99, 111 Tarnrny A,- 141 wrllrarn P,- 49, 49, 12, Nesblll, Calhenne L - 170 73, 76 Neumann. Kelli J.- 141 Neumann. Kerrl J,- 117 Mlller, Charles- 141 Miller, Anne- 115 Mrller, aonnre- 11, 115 Mrller, Bnan- 203 Mrller, 9ryarr- 51, 169 Mlller, Cacy- 141, 211 Mlller, Colette- 141 Mlller, Mlllel. Curtls- 159 Deborah- 72, 93, 159, 187 Mlller, Johnna- 91, 143, 159 Mlller, Karl- 82, 115 Miller, Kevln- 159, 180, 203 Mlller, Mlke- 116 Mlller, Rex- 141 Mlller. Sandra- 141 Miller, Shauna- 76, 141 Mlller, Sleven- 141 Neumann, Kri51l.l.- 170 Nevlus. Newell. Nrckle- 117 Tarnrny- 111 nerrrupaper- 32, B3 Newlorl, Darllel A,- 141 Newron, Timmy 0.- 118 Mlnnlck, Meredllh- 141 Mllls. Ellen- 72, 73, 77, 116 Mllls, srlarrnon- 159 Mlmlze, Tom- 141 Mrndnam, Tracy- 141 Mlnlnchellr. Lydia- 61, 141, 149 Mrrra, Shannon- 91, 116, 193 M11one1l , Healner- 159 Mdolrell, kelly- 110 Mllonell, Robyn- 110 Mllorrener, Jason- 35, 91, 93 Mrle, Kan- 141 Mleynek, Robert- 116 Mook, Rooerl- 159 Mock TRIAL- S4 MODEL u.u.- 72 Moler, Todd- 91, 141 Mollonan, carrle- 141 Molrnod, Jennrler- 95, 159 Molrrrod, kan- 19, 91, 115 Monaghan, Knslann- 141 Mononell, sleyen- 159 Monlgorrrery, Crndyl-11, 182. 193 Monlgdmery. Karnl- 116 Monlrjd, Brenda- 170 Monlllo, Marlrn- 141 Mooney, Tnuy- 91, 141 Moore, Jennrler-' 116, 141 Moore, Krnloerly- 141 Moore, Terresa- 91 Moore Trna- 141 Moorrrran, Nadlne- 12, 141 Morales, Dan- 159 Morales, Mronelle 25, 141 Nguyen, Dang-1-la T,- 159 Nguyen, Huong- 141 Nguyen, Tnu- Tnao D - 99, 141 Nrokelson, cnns- 204 Nroklas, Terranoe- 35, 141, 1 Nroolellr, Renee L,- 141 Nrlke, Ronald J.- 141 Nur, Barbara o.- 91, 141 Noble, Roorn A,- 159 Noole, Rush A,- 141 Noolel, sleye L- 141 Norde, Mlc1'1aeIC.- 97, 110, Norde, snarr L,- 13, 94, 97, Norlega, Manuel S.- 141 Norman, Larry E,- 118 Norlon, cnrislal M - 159 Norwood, Darnd 5- 110 Nollrngrlarn, Kelley M,- 119 Nynus, nayld L - 141 Nynus, Jennrler- 118 Look Al T O'Conr1or, Sean P - 61 O'FarreII, Sean- 170 O'Neal. James- 159 oales, sleplnanre 0,- 91, 119 ocker, Joshua- 142 ooonnor, Jennrler- 159 ooonrror, snarrnon G - 142 oddgur, sarn N - 11B Odonnell, Dawn M,- 142 olon- kyer. Enka- 170 Ogden. Aaron c- 110 ogderr, Beoky L.- 170 Ogden, Enca- 142 ograrn, Mallnew R.- 50, 159 ogrrsseg, Carolyn K- 142 oleda, susan- 17, 113 Ollma Morales, Mlke- 115 Moran, Klm - 115 MOraSCh,Chet-141, 181, 212, 213 Moror, Andrea- 93, 170 Morell, oney- 213 Morenoy, Lynn- 116 Morgan, Tarnnry- 159 olsen, oayrd- 90, 115 Olsen, Drew A - 170, 190, 204 olsen, Klrnoerly A- 142 olson, cnnslooner L- 170 olsorr, Mallnew 0- 170 S0011 1 15 Olson, Mlchelle M,- 113 rl. - n Morgenlnal, Julre 159 Morlcl. Morrar Andrea- 185 Mlchael- 159 Morrell, Brandon- 159 Aprll- 73, B7, 88, 93. 95, 116 Moms, Morrrs, Menssa- 115 Morns, Rdoen- 115, 179 Morrrs, sonia- 221 Morrow, Jason- 159 Morrow. Jennller- 141 Morse, sona- 95, 116 Morlenserl, Kalrly- 116 Morlrrner, Gary- 91 Moses, Rooerl- 116 Mosn, Mrlano- 149 Moss. Hearn- 116 Molnerway, Kenny- 116 Molsenoooker, Traoey- 159 Moya, Jaoguelne- 93, 141 Moyer, Adnan- 159 Moyer, snan- 99, 170 Mrdull. Wendy- 15, 141 Mullaney, James- 159, 212, 213 olrrna s, Craig J- 142 97 212 141 fe Orrlarlson, Brian G.- 37, 142, 196, 197 Onate, Ronald 0- 170 onerll, Julre E,- 159 Onele, Janne- 119 ong, cynlnra R - 142, 149 Oper, oeruse- B9 orerrek, Lori A,- 91, 142 orlando, Dayrd- 15, 142 orr. Tade w,- 78, 142 Or11Z. Manuel 48, 49, 87, 149 osnall, Karen v,- 110 Osler, Denrse- 118 osrnan, Laura- 49, 119 ossege, cnrrsly- 91, 142 Ossege, Erreka J - 91, 118 Osler, sleyen J,- 118 Oswald, Glen R- 142 oll, oonyl A,- 91, 119 oyerman, carolyn M- 32, 11B overrnan, Keyrn M,- 159 Owen, snellre A - 91, 142 Owens, slaoey A- 142 N '4 0'4 Pack, Jellrey D.- 142 Packard, Shannon- 118 Padellord. Mark D- 159 Padellord, Mrke- 118 Padllla, Ernesl A- 142 Page, John R- 119, 203 Page, sleye s - 170, 190, 205 Pagone, Eno 9- 142 Palge, Kerry w.- 142 Palaoros, Marrrn M,- 159 Palmer, Shawn 0- 51, 13, 142 Palmer. Trllany L,- 170 Palrnen, Andrea L,- 142, 149 Palornares, Roger- 142 Panaokla, cnnsrrna A,- 93, 159 Pape, Jrrn P,- 170 Paranscandola, Thomas J- 39, 118 Paredes, Angrlrna M,- 51, 159 Parker, carne 0,- 119 Parker, Jarrres M - 110 Parker, wes lc - 142, 149 Parkyn, Dana L,- 142 Parnsn cryslal A,- 15, 93, 160 Panrsn, Flichard A,- 43, 91 Parrrsn, Room E- 170 Passe, Rlchard O: 160, 189, 199 Palnck, coly M,- 142 Pallerson, Joel L,- 170 Fallon. Andrew- 142 Pallon, Nalalre N,- 78, 142 Paul, Jrll 9- 142 Pauley, Janal l - 142 Paullok, Adam J,- 15, 19. 160 Paulrng, Wendy A,- 142 Paulelle, Kallnerrne M - 15, 142 Pawlak, vlnoenl J,- 142 Payne, Jenell- 142 Payne, Jlm C.- 55, 72, 160, 183 Payne, Laura A: 87, 142 Pearson, Brian T - 142 Pearson, Erlk S: 142 Pease, Llsa A,- 160 Peblel, Scott C.- BS. 171 Peebler, Melanle- 93, 150 Peery. Noah J.- 171, 180, 181 Pellrey, Jennilere 142 Pelham, Paul- 142 Pelland, Danle1J- 142, 199 Pelleller. Jell- 116 Pellow, Mlchelle L - 93, 160 Perldlelorr, Shay K.- 142 PerlSlr1ger,WendyJs 152, 150 PEP sowln- 93 Pereslo, Wendy- 150 PERFoRMAucE DANCE- 76 Perkrns, 0anrn w.- 118 Perlow, James A - 150 Perour, Arrlnorry J - 142 Perry, Noan- 190, 199 Peler, Laura 5- 150 Peters, Marla L.- 160, 211 Pelerson, Brandy L,- 142 Pelerson, oanrel 5- 142, 149 Pelerson, Rachel E- 111 Pelersorr, Todd J - 160 Pelre, Ken A,- 142, 149 Pelne, Randy A,- 142, 115, 202, 203 Pelrrekrs, Debra J,- 142, 149 Pelrrrnouur, slaoey L.- 91, 119 Perry, Ken- 199 Pe11l1,Mark 9- 11,14,15, 119 Pelly. Anaslasra L- 119 Pelly, Steven w.- 142, 203 Phan, son l-1 111 Phares, Pnelos. Pnllllps. Pnrllrps. Pnrllios, Prnllips, Pnrllzps. Pnlllros, sleonanle A - 142 Nancy Y, 93, 119 Andrew T.- 51, 143 0arrny A,- ae, 119 Glenna 14, 160 James A,- 50 Jason- 150 Tarrrarra M,- 15, 39, 119 Pnllllns, Tarnrny- 5, 160 Pnroos, cnrrs- 179, 197 Pnlpos, Jennrler- 210, 211 Preroy, Chely N - 111 Plke, Teresa- 119 Prlloud, Elrsaoeln A,- 119 Prlls, Rolly- 143 Prngerore, snen- 119 Prnglelon, Angela R - 79, 160 Prokrns, Lrsa 0- 15, 85, 160, 193 Ploklrrs, Richard 11- 119 Prlsen, Bradley A,- 119 Prllrnan, keyrn L - 4, 143, 149 Plank, Alvln- 119 Plallen, calnleen A,- 150 Ploulle, John R,- 143 Ploulle, Slacy A,- 111 Poe, colln 9,- 143 Pohlhaus, valerre G,- 75, 150 Polnrer, Mark A, 143, 191 Polesky. Mark- 119 Polesky, Paul R, 171 Polk, Alrora- 75, 150 Polnn, vrelona M - 111 Ponrero, Torn- 119 Ponczko, Kelly J- 54, 149, 111 Pope, Greg A- 119 Poooll, Annelle L.- 119 Porras, nonna 5- 149 Porler, alll- 119 Porler, laonnre J - 160 Porlerlreld, Palnok c - 51, 111 Poltcnova, Niek- 119, 177, 119, 119 Rosa, cnns M,- 111 Polls, Jay C.- 119 Powell, Sharon T - 143 Ph Powley, Kay E- 143 Praler, carrrrelle- 71, 119 Praler, Susanne la - 91, 143 Pralner, Nrcdre, M - 59, 76, 143, 149 Prerser, slaoy M - 19, 143, 149 Pnce, carne L - 77, 143 Prlnce, sopnra L,- 143 PIOUGM, M1511 R- 171, 187. 204 Proudlrl, srgurd K,- 143, 205 Pudook, ously- 212 Pugh, carla R,- 119 Pugn, Holly- 143 Pulyer, 1-loward v- 171 Punlun, Rooen A - 119 Punlurl, Sherrl A- 143 Pursell, Lrsa 2,- 93 171, 206 Puyoe, Laura T,- 171 Pyle, Currls L- 149 Look Az 'Me ourgg, Todd A- 119 Oulnn, Deverl B - 160 Look Al Raoenold, Dana A - 15, 143 Raordeau, Tracy A,- 119 Radclrll, larenl- 143 Rader, Ralny s,- 143 Radrok, Mark A- 171 RBGOCCIB, T911 J - 143 Raelz, Lynda - 120 Ral1er1y, kalnleen- 15, 143, 193 Rallerly, Sean P,- 75, 120 Ralph sleyerr 0- 111 Rarnoore, Mrke A,- 143 Ramsey, Blake 19, 15, 95, 120 Ranrsey, 0anny R- 87, 120, 213 Rarnsey, Jodle- 150 Raney, Soon- 171 Rapp, Gary L- 0, 120 Raskow, Prank- 4, 120 Ralke, kalnenne A- 93, 111, 206 Ray, oanlel c,- 120 Ray, Kelly s.- 120. 177, 179 Reoord, Thomas l-l,- 120 Reddy, Palrrcra R,- 91, 143 Redrng, cnrlsllne- 79, 97, 143 Reeoe, Troy c- 120 Reed, cnnslonner G - 111, 190 Reed, Dayrd A,- 143 Reeves, Mike- 50, 120, 226 Reeves. Tana L,- 74, 75, 10, 150 Regan, Janel c- 02, 143 Rerer, Palnek J - 111 Rellly, Sean c- 160 Rernran, Mronelle l,- 93, 111 Relrrer, coreen R,- 75, 95, 31, 120 Rerner, Mronelle 0- 97, 143 Rerrrer, Shelly- 75, ae, 87 Rersner, cynlnra L - 143 Renaud, Jason- 15, 111 Rensrneyer, Mrke J,- 160, 199, 199 Repo, Peter 2- 90, 171 Reyes, Nrcholas s,- 150 Reyes, Rudy R- 143 Reyes. susan- 143 Reyes, sylyra- 143, 205 Reynolds, Alek 0- 120 Reynolds, Lorr 2- 120 Reynolds, scoll- 150 Reazonrco, orna L - 143, 149 Reuonrco, Monrca 1. - 15, 120 Rnrne, Donald A,- 171 Rnlne, Ernre E- 143 Rnoades, Danny R - 25, 45, 90, 120 Rnodes, cnnslopner s.- 51, 73, 160 Rloerdy, snawn- 120 Rrce, Dennrs R - 150 Rioe, keyrrr J,- 143 Rronards, snelley A - 120 Rrelly, vrclorra E - 12, 77, 19, 160 Rrggs, Pace P,- 143, 191 Rrenre, Sharon k,- 91, 143 PIVEYB, Melinda- 171 Rryera, Melrssa- 111 Roanck, karnleen Q- 15, 150, 131 Rooorns, srrcka J,- 91, 93, 150 Rooorns, krrslen A,- 120 Rooerls, Angle 0- 143 F1ODEr15, ChrlS A,- 143 Roderls, Lanssa 5- 111 Rooerls, Louls- 160 Flobelli. Slacla M - 143 Rooerlson, Derek J - 150 Fioiihelle Mars, Mlke D - 143 Rookey, Alan 0 - 90, 149 Rookwell, larran A- 120 Rodngues, Joey- 111 Rodrrguez, Lon- 143 Rodnguez, Teresa L - 143 Rodrlguez, Yvonne M - B7, 89, 93, 160 Roennd, Pnrlllps M - 143 Roelrrer, Je1l A- 171 Roelrler, vanoe M,- 150 Rogers, Ralon N - 50, 120 Ronnerl, Reward J,- 120, 195 Ronroaeker, Krrnoerly- 91, 93 120 Roles, Melrssa A- 76, 121 Rol1e, Angela s - 143 Rollrns, Realner J - 143 200 Q '4 Rh Romero, Thomas H,- 143 Rorno, Jenelle- 91, 150 Rorno, Klrnoerlyn- 143 Fl0l'1'1S. J9l'te1le- 91 Ronrrow, Bradley- 32, 143 Rosander, Enk J - 111 Rosanla, Rooerl M,- 144 Rose, Margarel A- 144 Ross, snern- 121 Rossr, Darnorr A,- 95, 121, 195 Rossurrr, Trayce N,- 111 Roslerrnundl, Shane 0,- 125. 160 Rorc- 51 Rolns, Alera C- 144 Rozsi, Denrse- 150 Ruoasrr Exlly J,- 111 Ruoasn, Tracy R- 12, 13, 17, 12, 75, 7 Ruoeok, snern M,- 144 Ruoy, Jellrey T- 144, 101 Rudosky, Mrcnael- 150, 134, 195 Rueosarrlen, Larrssa- 144 Rueda, Jennrler- 15, 91, 150 Rugg, Lana 0,- 121 Rugolo, Paul A- 75, 121 Rupp, Pele- 199 Russell, Don- 21 Russell, Donna- 144 Ruthrull, Dave A - 121 Ryan, Arny M,- 19, 144 Ryan. Oerrrs J,- 144 Ryan, Thomas J,- 171 Ryohener, Mronelle L,- 144, 227 Ryemond, Mlcnelle- 210 Ryerson, Serena- 149 Look Al Saad, kyle L - 171 Sadler, calny M,- 111 Sadler, xrrnnerly A- 59, 144 Sager, Mrke 111, 190, 199 sarazar, Paul- 171 Salamone, ROCl'19lle L - 144 Salazar, Paul F1 - 61 Saldana, V1Ct0rIa L, Salvo, Clara B.- 84, 144, 149, 200 sanrarrran, Danny s,- 144 sarnrnons, Macon- 91, 144 Sarnpaga, Reglna L,- 144 sarnplere, Tracy A,- 77, 160 sarnplrn, Mronelle A - 26, 92. Sampson, Kellr- 121 sanenez, Ralaela- 121 sand, Pamela M,- 121 144 Sanders, Krrnoerly- 121 Sanders, Llsa M,- 144 Sanders, Paula A,- 144 Sanders, Steven w.- 144 Santa Mana, Bobbys 144, 174. 178 sanlelord, Healner M - 75, 144 sanlos, cnrrslooner c - 30 sapulo, Joseph J,- 10, 39, 93, 95, 111 sarrerrl, Rooerl- 182 salleneild, Roenell c - 90, 144 Sauer, Julre A,- 121 sauler, Bobbi J,- 144, 192 sauyola, cnrlslodner s,- 144 Sawyer, anan 0- 149 soale, Eyre M,- 150 Srlardlno, Chlll W - 121 soaroan, Shen A,- 9, 144 soayuzzo, Sandy L - 93, 111 7,121 5'4 SDavUZl0, Tony- 79, 121, IBB, 159, 191 Schad, Anronelre R- 121 sonaler, James A,- 144 sonaller, Je11rey- 90 senaner, Jennxler- 19, 121 sonalow, krnroerly- 43, 50, 14, 75, 90. sonardyrr, Pnsorlla P - 33, 121 sonaul, wrlliarn- 144 solnerdle, Jack L,- 59, 150 SCl'1Er1Ck, Kevin C - 144 Schermann. Rebecca A - 121 sonlenz, cnrrsnne M - 121 Schlenz, crrns- 76 sen1es1ger,JrllR- 152, 150, 201 sonlrnker, Tra- 72. 32, 95, 121 sonrnerleld, Sherry L,- 144 sonrnersanl, kalnerrne R - 75, 171 sonrnrdl, cynlnra M,- 99, 121 scnrnrdl, Jelrery R. 92, 121 sol-rrnrdl, Joleen- 90, 93, 144 sorroelrer, sldney 5- 171 SCT1Orer1lJrUr1n, Robert A - 91, 144 sonolz, Ronan- 29, 29, 144 School Shirt- 91 Schouten, Theresa K - 169, 195, 211 Schrader, Nlcole C,- 13, 161 solnroeder, Tarnrny L- 15, 121 sonuelre, cnrrslopner w,- 151 Schullz, Ronald- 60 Schullz, Tlae A - 171 Schulz, Denlse M,- 93, 171 Schumachef, Dbbre- 121 Schwarlz, Dave R - 144, 205 Schwarll, M1chae1A,- 171 sonwergnauser Teresa M- 122 Scrlwoeler . Blll- 122 Schwceler. Schwoerer, Schwoerer- Schwoerer Ellzabelh A - 122, 209 Jennller C.- 78, 93, 171 Karen- 53. 129, 152, 161, Mlcr1eaIJ,- 41, 144 Scoll, Anlnorry- 61 soon, cnnslopner R - 1-14 Sooll, Deana M - 144, 150 Scdll, Donald- 144 Scoll, Duslon- 171 Scdll, Joey C- 151 160 201 V Gen, Sa M- 125 To Q25 1714155 Q57 M -1' 1 'L 6 U f 1 CLQWA 570009 lag!-on -4 had 1 LADLLVYLQ--LLi 5,0 WAI V J' 6 Qeaste 14 1,116 QD 7 glgu 1' Xjhgmw Scoll. Melrsa D - 77. 144 SC011. Rachel- 122 seolr. Tammy M.- 171 scralano, nayrd K,- 144 seale Shelly A.- 79. 144 seare. shannon- 144 38215. BYSH- 144 sechrrsl. James P- 144 seeolrrger. Josh A - 151 selrg. Shana L,- 122 sellers. Aaron J.- 51, 151 sellers, Maureen M - 91. 122 5 L' 'mfu 641106 5-1L 19 Senese, Dana M - 151 seper. Gr-Ann M,- 91. 122 serrno, Jackre- 93 senno, Renee A,- 77, 93. 171 serna, serpe, 521061 Jacalyn 111- 161 Micheal J.- 151 Mrcheal A,- 149 selzkorn. oayrd- 50, 73 79, 144. 191 Selzkorn, Joseph- 161 seyerrn. Adam M - 151 Sham, Valerle J - 144 Shannon. 1-1ea1her M - 75, 172. 194. 195. 210 Sr1an11on,Jenr1l1e7S- 51. 75. 130, 144. 175, 192, 193 sharp, slaphanre A - 144 Shilsleen, Samantha A - 25 172 shasleon. slephanra H. 122 shaw. Mlchelle- 93, 172 Shea. Alison K - 93 172 shea. araoley J - 144 sneehan, Micheal G- 50, 73, 145 sheley. Jason c- 172 Shelley. Malrssa J - 151 Shelloy, Mlchelle C - 1415 shelron, Alisa A - 76. 90, 91, 122 Shepard, Mlcheal E - 122 Shepard. Sandra J- 30. 50, 161 Shephard, sleohanre 'v - 161 Shepherd, Jason- 161 sheopard. Deana s- 151 Sheppard, Echo rl - '93, 161 sherman, eeoky- 55 shorrlll. Danny w.- 72 Sherwood, Wllllam L - 61, 172 shroman, Jennrler L,- 55, 122 shrrk, craig L- 161 shrrrrll, Jamre c- 145, 150 shoenorlrnn, Rooerl- 91 Show. Keyrn A- 122 shrrver, chrrslopher R - 122 shroele. sreyen M - 145 shrnm. Jennrler K- 172 Shukla. Ameet T.- 172 shlrmway, John- 122 shlrmway, Mroheal s,- 75. 145 sleoerl. Aaron w- 172 sregel, Perry- ss, 55, 97, 122 slegel, Todd L - 122 Slegelrrlan. Mell55a S - 122 srenko. Tarnrny L.- 122 srlyera, Marcus s,- 122 LXVL r 1 LUCK 601 l C ik 4 MQ J' slearns. corrrna L - 145 Tellen. Alrcra- 161 vea l . a. lag Slet, cynlhra K- 77, 145 I Tellez, Glorra M - yas I . M . gg, 145 m::',,?Ef"f22'6?6I'8l sleele, oolrglas L - 145 fellez. Marla L - 151 Ve 1 a re- 61, 152 Q wmr. 'E,,1a,,e,,,. 162 srern. Keyrn s.- 51, 151 Temple wylroe- 51. 211 e 1, Garla M - 146 WM' T,,r,,,, A . 33 9, .25 sreln, Klrrl A - 123 ' Terrel. James D.- 124. 203 v.1 1 .A.- 7B W,ecy,e,,s Rim. ,51, 5,2 slelnman, nrana L- 171 Tesla. slephan J -145 v' -3,51 yen w- 145 W,e,, o,,',,e,,,.,y ' slem. Cory J - 151 Tesler, sherry L - 162 v en, Keonelh w,- 14 wade' Dawn M , yy 93 ,Qs slephens, Chao A- 172 Thayer, Jody A- 146 V , dy J 12 ' Wndoh Euan- 173 ' ' slephens. 1-lealher A,- 75. 145 Thiel. Marcella- 75, 172 es Ste en 1 9, . , gg may gm, A. .62 sleyens, Anna M - 90. 145 Thiel, Melanre L.- 150 V, . W S ar 45 Wm' Shaneng- 75 77 In s1eyens,Anne11e M- 145 Thres. Tanya- 172 v rr l L e .. 51, 152, leo, lar, 205 w,,,a,,,- Je,,,,,,e,. ,47 r sreyens. Dawn M,- 201 sleyens, Lermonr- 67. 91. 93, 123 sleyens, viclorra A,- 145 sreyenson. Garry c,- 151. 150. 181 sleyenson. Healher K.- 172 slewan. Amy 14 - 172 slewarl, Deanna G - 91. 123 slewarl,Je1lv.- 172 slewarl, Tim- 172 slewarr, wayne c - 151 slrllwell. Rebecca A - 72. 75, 77. 75. slrreler, Manssa J.- 150 slooo. Nalalie J.- 151. 157 slockdale. Shelly L - 72, 151 slockoale. Tom 0,- 172 slokes, Fioberl 0.- 145 slone. Joe- 151 slone. Shannon s,- 150 slool, Leanne- 123 slrarr, srrc- 90. 55, 123, 179, 213 slrallord. Tanya- 161 slrallon. Malinda M - 172 slralron. Meyer M - 161 slrrokland. chnsropher N.- 172 slrlokland. Felicia L,- 172 slrrokland, Tracy J,- 150 slrrcklerl, cherrl G - 161 slrrngl, Frank J - 145 slrong, Megan M - 161 slrossenrlrelher. Don- 123 slroop, Mark v- 145 slrolrp, Sara- 42. 161 Slruckletl, chrrslre- 157 slrelhers. Alan v- 123 srlrohrngs. Allyson L - 123 svuoswr GOVERNMENY- 84. 85 sllrehlrng, nrcharo M - 151 sllrlee, Kelly M - 144 Slull, slelanee M,- 145 sllrllz, Gregory G - 151 sllrlarnan, Flon 13- 145 soarez, lsaac- 57, 145 srrrls. Krishna M - 72. 77. 145, 179 Sulavka, Lisa M.- 150 sullryan, Jennrler- 59. 93. 151 Summers, Kell A - 123 sundoerg. sis- 145 SUPPORTING STAFF larawn, Ruby- 239 casey. Judy- 239 cola, Lrsa- 107 123 Thoman, Michael P,- 81. 124 Thomas, Amy K- 75. 172 Thomas. chrrslopher J.- 75, 152 Thomas, Frederick c- 152 Thomas, Larry R- 50, 124, 193 Thomas. Toby A- 15. 59. 155. 152. 172 Thompson. .Jenr1l1erA - 72, 146. 150 Thompson. Jerry 0.- 146 Thompson. Karr- 172. 210 Thompson. Krrslrn M,- 210 Thompson, Mike- 145 Thompson, Shane w.- 162 Thompson. Trna P,- 99, 124 Thomson. Healher- 124 Thorne, Krmoerly- 124 Thlrerrnger. Je1lrey- 162 Thul, Mike T.- 162 Tiller. Daphne T,- 73, 124 Tilley. l-leior M - 172 Trllrnans. Theresa L,- 77. 92. 93. 124 vlcek. Anne E - 162 vo. Nglryellhe T,- 76, 57. 146 vo. well- 199 VOCATIONAL nonon soclE'rv- vogel. Brenda K,- 146 Vogel. Jell- 179 vorgl. 0ayrd J - 150 volk. carolyn L - 145 Volz, aelh L.- 75, 145 vonhollen, l-lerdr- 173 vorhrch. Amy K,- 87 volh, arell- 173 rf-ll Tia Wk Williams, Amanda- 72, 147 Williams, Erlan- 60. 73. 78. 147 Wllllams. Kelly- 147, 150 Wllllams, Miranda E - 91. 126 Wllllams. State- 126 Wllllams. Warren- B Wllllams. Wyalt J - 173 wrllrarnson, Aaron T- 173. 180. 204 Williamson, J. A.- 61. 73. 173 Wllllarnsun, Leslie E - 126 WllIiarr1S Oh, Siella- 92. 147 wrllrarnson, Warren L - 125 wrllis. Jlrlre A.- 162 w1llrs. slacey A- 173 wrllorrghoy. Kerlh A - 125 Wllson. Wllson. Chris- 147 Penelope A.- 147 Wllson, Scott A - 69, 126 Wllson. Stephanle- 61, 147 Wlltse. Davld W - 126 TlrYlk0, Tlmfn, Timm, slacy M.- ss, 59, 93 Manlrel- 146 Tracy P- 162 srmersler, cfyslal L.- 75, 99, 161 slmmons. Maggie- 122 srmrnons, Parrlrne M - 79. 172 simpson. Mary E - 75. 151 simpson, Thomas L - 172. 191 ssemore. George J - 122 Hardln. John- 239 Hawkins. Cherie- 239 Havernan, Karen- 240 Kullos. Joan- 240 Lawlehec, Helen Fl.N.- 240 Mahal, Donna- 66. 239 Webb srlzmann. Heidi L,- 151 skalreky, Roger D- 151 skrnkle. Marranne- 145 slarrghler. Elrzaoelh A.- 59, 93, 172 slarrghler, Mrohelle A - 145 Sloan. Laura A.- 145 Peppers, sandy- 239 FerhaCS. Marla- 239 sherry, Sherry- 239 sl. John. carolyn- 239 sroner, Marsha- 239 slroeo. crnoy- 172 Slock. Tatiana M - 122, 186 Slocum. Jamie D - 142 sloearn, shannon 121- 90. 91. 122 Small, Davld- 6, 123 Smarsh. Deanna- 145 Smith, Barbara A.- 142 Srrlllh. Brenl R- 145 Smlih. Dana L - 145, 206 Srnllh. Jerlnlier H - 93. 145, 172 Smllh. Jerlnllef S,- 25, 93 smrlh, Kenny L - 172 Smllh, Krlsla D.- 69. 161, 185 Smlth. Mary L- 50. 77. 123 Smllh, Mlke D.- 172, 198 Srnlth, Rebekah C - 77, 123 Srnylh. Lance 15.- 145. 195 Sutera, Tina A,- 123 Sutter, Brian- 172 Sutter, Jodle M - 145 Suttle. Wendy M- 124, 182, 163 Swan. Dan- 161 Swan. Daniel A.- 161 Swanson, Erlc W,- 145 Swartz, Chris M - 124 Swayzee. Michelle L - 93. 161 Sweeney. Mary-Bridge 124 Swlder. Alex A.- 145 Swllt, Gina- 145 Sydnor. McKinley- 172 sygroye. Eno s - 145 sylyesler. Richard w,- 90, 150 Syrne. Thomas J,- 81, 161 sdlllsh, Jackie- 25. 145, 192. 193, 209 sorlrno, william M,- 73. 51, 52, 53, 123 Souza. Jesse- 145 SPANISH CLUB 79 Speaks, chad T - 172 speaks, Tim w.- 145 sears. Jason- 151 Spence. Trm T- 145 spencer. Melanie A.- 123 spencer. M1chealJ - 171 SPIRIT LINE- 7 Sprenger, cheryl 0 - 55, 123 sprrggs. Keyrn M.- 75, 172 spross, Monle- 172 spross, Tracey L - 123 sprrrgeon. Palrl s,- 145. 150 sperlrng. Charlene M - 145 Spurlock. chnslopher c - 145 srook. Daniel- 123, 179 51ahl, Jeremy M.- 75, 145 s1arl, nooerl L,- 123 slam. Joseph M - 172 slamaleralos. George c - 123 Slaneck, Heillhet- 93 sranek. Lrsa J - 172 Slanlill, Trrcra L - 74. 75. 145 Stanley. Darlene L - 145 slanley, Mark K - 172 slanley. Theresa s,- 123 Stanton, Tammy- 69. 80, 81. 150 Staples, Crlrrsllrla- 123 Slaples, Wlllle E - 123 Stall, L Stasev, lsa s- 31,145 ArnyJ-145 szczepanrak. Mrke 145 szozepanrak. Terrence- 51. 73, 151 1.0177145141 We Tackell. Jeilery E 161 Talbot, Came A- 91, 146 Taroor. Trllany M - 78 59. 172 Tallanl, Denise E- 59. 124 Talley. Lance M,- 145 Tan. Mark- 29. 77, 75, 124 TEYZIZ, Richard- 146 Tasho, Ernest- E9, 124 Tal, Mor 0- 61 Tale. Darhlan L - 146 Tatro. Tlrn T- 90. 124 Taylor. Donald D - Sl, 161 Tayror, Garnek L- 91, 124 Taylor, Joseph L,- 50, 73, 161 Taylor. Llsa M - 87, 146 Taylor. Mellsa M -87. 146 Taylor. Flooerl J- 172 Taylor, sean M - 51. 151 Teaglre, Bryan P,- 145 Tedeschi, Mlcllael- IO, 45, 124, 176. Teel,Step712nle- 172 Tellelsen, Donald J.- 172 Timmer. Kalherine l.- 72. 76. 124 Trplon. Tr1ney L - 172 Tiplon. Tom w.- 162 Trssrer, Michael w Trlema. carrie L.- 145, 150 Toorn. arran 0- 50, 162 Tolle. Lance w- 172 Tomas, Larry -73 Tornazlc. Brad L,- so. 73, 162 Tcr11el,Ct'1llsten lf- 13, 124 Tomes, Chris- 203 Tomas, James J,- 145 Tonslad, Kimberly A.- 72. 93, 162 Toole. Phrlrp- 145 Tornqrnsl, Karr- 93, 150 Torre. Jennller N - 23. 172, 157 Torrell, chrrslopher- 77 Torres, Joe P- 124, 175, 179 Toth. oelrna M - 207 Tdyes. Richard- 173. 155. 159, 190, 191. 195 Toves,Tar1zy- 158. 162. 155. 189. 191 TRAINERS- 92 Trammelr, Karhy A,- 162 Tranlham, David T.- 146 Trayaglro, Joseph- 75. 173 Trongo. Dawn T- 150 Tnrell, J. srellon- 77. 145 Trnong, Kren G. -173 Tlrocr. Trllanr- 162 Tudor. Dawn c,- 145 Trrrrczyn, Crystal L.- 146 Tulnczyn, Darren- 124 Tlrrley, Ghrrslyne M,- 59. 146 Tlrrley, Shane A,- 173, 150 Tlrrner, wrlllam c.- 173 Tlrrney. Tammy J - 124 002141 lla U51 ulroarrr. Anna M - 76, 125, 209 ulharrl. Daniel 181 Ulricksuss. Krrnoerly 193 Unoerwood. Toad c.- 173 unser. wenoy A,- 152 upoike, Trmolhy 9- 146 upshrr, Allison. N.- 125 uplon, Amber T,- 16, 17, 93. 145. 199. 191, 211 urshan, Lolrls s.- 59, 125 usher, Leslie L - 146 Lvokfll Tie V4 valenzlrla. Marrnah P- 95, 125 valrrnlrs, Jeffery M - 173 vanerl. vrcki E- 50, 91, 125 vanolrelhem. Jay A.- 173 vanollalhern. Lawrence- 199 Vanasco, Rooerl J - 145 vandeneerg, Chad M.- 22. 25. 87, 145. 155. 199 Vandenberg. chris P - 125 vanderlrp. Lisa- 145 vanore. Glenn- 25. 175 Vane. Marcy E.- 55. 95. 125 Van1leel,Tamm1L- 75, 125, 145, 194 vanoroer, Wade L.- 146 vansrokle. Andrew- 145. 150 vanzanl. Steve G. 125 varela. can Ayn- 145 varela. Joe- 173 Varela, Lori- 194. 195 vargas. Frank- 146 Vargas. Penny c - 76 vasohez. Mark FL- 145 valrghn, Jellrey A - 145 vayra. Jaklro- 29. 149. 213 Vegas, volanda J- 75, 145, 206, 207 veroerosa. Lalrraan- 25 wade. scoll L,- 146 Wagaman. connre 146, 150 waggoner. Ronnie- 125 wagner. Andrew J - 147 wagner, Jell- 51. 173 Wagner, Mecca L,- 147. 193 Wagner. Sheryl L,- 147 wagsl a11. Kaye M - 125 Wakup. Laurle M - 89. 125 Wallgora. Angela M - 75, 173 Walke r, Kult R- 90. 147 Wallace. Danlel B - 125 Wallace, Lee Arm- 63. 173 Wallace, Paul T,- 75. 162 wallrn. slelanr- 147, 150 Walls, Gary- 125 Walls, Michelle- 150 woller. Derek M - 9. 55. 125 wallers, Amy- 162 Ward. wenoy- 93 waro, Carol 15- 59, 147. 179 Ward. oolrglas E,- 75. 173 Ward. Fred R - 162 ward. James- 173 waro, Krmoerly A,- 147 ward, van E - 61 Ward. wenoy J.- 152 Ward, Yan- 162 Warren, Matlhew 9. 162. 181 washenrn, Dana 5- 75, 77. 125 washrnglon. Jeannie M.- 93. 173 washo, Jason E - 173, 150 walerman, crnoy M - 125 walkrns, Lisa- 75. 162 Watkins, SOON- 75, 147 Walso Walso 11, David L.- 61. 173, 196 71. EllSwO1lh- 150. 227 Watson. Marlanne- 125 Wealh ellord. Sarn L - 75. 147 weaver, Aprrl D.- 50, 125 er. Chad D,- 75. 162 Weber. Kenneth- 147 Weber. Shawna L.- 173 Weeden. Chrlstlne R- 12, 147, 201 Weidman, Shawn M,- 77, 147 Welland, Rubh D.- 147 wernoerg, Hrlary L.- 45, 49. 72, 75, 94, Welsensee. John B.- 88, 126 Weiss. Nlccle A- 162 Welbovn. Derek- 126 Welborn. Derek- 126 Welch, Kelli D- 147 Welden. Lisa G.- 95. 125 Wellendcrl, Amy K.- 69. 72. 162 Wellehdorl. Curlis J.- 66. 126 Wells, Palavatee- 126 WellS, Yal- 91 Welsh. Jodie L - 26, 147, 175, 192 Werlll. Mltihelle L.- 147 Wertzl. Wllllam C.- 147 Welkr ng. Rrcharo A,- 147 Wesson. Lehna V - 77, 147 WeSl. Weil, JaS0n R - 147 Jehnller L.- 147 weslerman. Krishna J.- 93. 162 wesllord. Meena- 162 Westlord. Parwan- 51. 179 weslney. Melrssa A.- 30, 173 weslphal. scoll- 125 wharron, Trmolhy w.- 162 wheelen, Darlene M - 147 wheeler. Angle K,- 126 wheeler. Christine L- 173 Whee ler. Tlna- 61, 162 whrpps. vrckr- 162 Whllc her. Shelley E. while. Alrdra- 93. 173 White. Bradley- 125 while. Dana J,- 125 while. James 0.- 181 whrle. Jrm- 51, 73, 147 while, Joel- 147 while, slephanre- 93, 147 while. Tammy- 147 whrlrcher. sherry. 162 . 193 whrlley. sprrng- 147 whrlman, Errc L,- 173 whrlmarsh. David- 73. 162 95, 126 . 208. 209 Whlllevlberger, Klrk- 126. 178, 179, 203 Whltver, Rlchard M.- B6. 126 wrnorrrne. Jamie L- 90. 173 Wing. Angela M.- 125 Wlnklepleck, Mike L - 126 Winklepleck. Tlmclhy W,- 162 wrnrers. Kellr G- 39, 162 Wlntels. Stacle- 74, 75. 162 Wlseharl, Lori D,- 173 wilkowskl. Ghrrslopher c,- 173, 199 Wllkowskl. Mall- 147, 176, 176, 179, 196 wrllenoorn, sharr- 147 wrller, Lisa J- 125 wrllholrse. Jr wrll1am R- 147 Wollord, Darin- 127 Wollord, Larry 51.- 162 WOOG. Chrisllne- 10,72, 84. 86, 87, 127 137 Wood, James P,- ss. 162, 191 wood, Kelly J,- 152. 153. 152. 153 Wood, Todd- 205 wooolook. Wendy L,- 75. 147 wooos, sheri A,- 16. 17. 153 wooos, Todd- 205 woodlock. wendy L - 75, 147 woods, SherlF1- 15. 17, 163 woods, Todd J.- 147 Woodsmall, Travis s.- 147. 181 woodward. Mall M.- 173 worohel, Denise- 147 Wray. Keyrn 51,- 147, 179 Wrighl. Heidi M,- 153. 209 Wright, Renee M.- 173 wynn, Tolarn 9.- 90. 173. 180 Look' All 'Mel Y 4 Yaokley, oeoorah s - 93, 153. 206 Yancey. alll K- 173 vanoey. Sharon L - 173 YEARBOOK- 50, Bl Years. sleye s,- 147 vee, Aprrl J,- 93. 163 vim, chrrsly L - 78. 55. 97. 147. 153 vrngling, carole 5,- 147 York, Je11A.- 147, 176. 179 vorrng. Aorian T,- 145 vorrng. Krrn F,- 50. 153 Young, vrororra 14- 153 vorrngoerg, Mike- 195 volrnger, cnrrsropher J.- 127 vouns REPUBLICANS- 95 vezlrrk. Lisa- 163 Yzquierdo, Jellrey T,- 173 Yzolrreroo, scoll M,- 145 Laakfll' Z'4 Zamora. Reynold J,- 127 zeiger. Healher M.- 173 zergner. Jellrey H,- 145 zellman, craig c.- 91. 127 zelms. Rooerl B- 158. 163 Zembry. Jamee L.- 148 Zubel. Paul L - 72. 75. 145 Zumpi. Angela s.- 163 znmslern. Jeneyieye A,- 153. 155, 191 zlrmwarr, John M.- 140 f 7 2 " ""' X ,f W ,ts rv I Ma- tz . . ' 6 , ..-Q I K ff K t me-' .: . .X ' ,N .3 ,ri 1 V Vl . Nag.-fi ii r i i K. ' Q - . af I 4 J 5. . ,. y ou as a student can not .irury picture the work g that is put into a yearbook. You can not imagine all the pictures taken, all ofthe stories written, all of the layoutsidrawn and redrawn, The endless Friday nights in room 613, the large amounts ofsau- sage and onion pizza eaten, the galionsaiof pop drunk, andthe boxes of rubber bands shot. f . r . T r i ' , f .Our 33 member family has combined. the 1986+237 school year into 256 pages especially for you, the stu' dent. We hope this book makesyou laugh, cry, remem- ber, and look at this year as something special. Some- thing that you will never forget, likea first clateg' your best friend, or your favorite teacher. You wili be able to openlup to page one and re-live the year by looking at pictures and reading the copy. You can remember the parties, football games, pep assembliesrand all ,of the friends made. Think of all thegrowing up that you did .during your four years here at Deer Valley. Take a look at all of your accomplishments. Look At This! he term "hard work pays off" is very true in this . situation. ,Our staff worked very hard so you would navesomerning to look back on in the i years to come. We didn't settle for second best eitherg Ms. Houpt saw to it that we only turned in the highest qualityofwork possible. This might seem easy to you but with a statf of only 33 this was a difficult-task to accomplish. Completing this task meant that one had to adjust his way of life during deadline time. Staying at school until 10:30 on Friday nights or coming in over vacations became routine activities. We all kept work- ing hard ithough, knowing that in the end it would pay off. The end result, l feel, is ofthe highest quality possi- bie. This book will be hard to duplicate by not only other schools in the state, but by other schools in the nation. l am very proud of this book and i only hope you are too. After all your high school years will probably be the most memorable years of your life, So when you want to look back and relive some of those memories, youcan 'sit down and LOOK AT THIS! X '. gnwaialgwfaasc l coLoPHo,N, , sPEciAi. THANKS To.. The 1987 Soaringwas planned and designed by yearbook students at Deer Valley High School as a part of the school's journalism program. Staff members met for a one hour class each day and for countless hours after school, weekends and on vacations. Soaring '87-Look at This! was printed by Jostens Printing Company of Visalia, Califor- nia. The yearbook representative was Steve Wirrig. Updike Studio of Glendale, Arizona took the underclass pictures and the color senior portraits. Updike also shot and printed photos in the opening color section in addition to providing valuable assistance and support. T-Bird photo of Glendale, Arizona provided 24-hour color processing. The yearbook was printed on 80 lb. gloss paper and consisted of 256 pages in a 9 x 12 format. Eight multiples of four color photographs were used with background screens in color blends. The cover is a Litho pictorial in navy with metallic stripes and Aeolus type. Helvetica type was used for the headlines, body and captions. Body type was set in 12 pt. with headlines in 24, 36 and 42 pt. Subheads were in 18 and 14 pt. Special headlines were set in Aeolus type which was also used on the cover and the index. Special typesetting was clone by Duc Type Services of Glendale, Arizona. Thirty-three students prepared the yearbook for a school of 2,700. Approximately 60 in of the student body purchased a yearbook for a cost of S20-25. . . . Roseanne Armijo of Duotype Services lnc. for her designs and typesetting. Mary Godfrey, Ruby Brown, and all the ladies in the front office for putting up with our requests. Marsha Stoner for making our daily long distance phone calls to Jostens. Gary McSpadden for his expert ad- vice. .. . Jim Updike, Pam, Tom, and Bruce of Updike Studios for saving our sanity by helping us meet our deadlines with their top quality work. Joan Kullos and Karen, bookstore personnel, for keeping us from financial disaster. . . . Frank Mitcham for donating caps and gowns for the senior photo. .. . All of the faculty, staff, and adminis- trators, who understand our deadline pressures and put up with our daily "life or death" requests. Steve Wirrig, company respresenta- tive, who became a part of our Soaring '87 family. . . . Our parents who put up with our long, long stays at school. . . . And our loving adviser Ms. Diane Houpt for her her caring advice, her sup- port, and concern for perfection. We will always cherish the moments spent work- ing with such a talented person. We love youll! 1 if i -s.J1...,. .2 . 23 H , ,i 2 I 1 iz H 4 4' -.... 1. gr"CW , f' FBLA T The Region ll Winners at the regional competition were: Crystal McCoy Allison Marcotte Denise Crapper Monica Rezzonico Jason Mitchener, Tony Hansen, Steve Vida, Marlnan Valenzuela, Mary Smith, Tia Schlinker, Eric Movicker, Heather Mcvicker, Carrie Hillman, Teresa Pike, Jamie LoCicero, Brian Omanson, Alisa Burns, Tina Thompson, Jenell Payne, Charlene Harris, Mark Matthews, Anna i Stevens, and Carol Ward. SPIRITLINE. The cheerleaders placing first in the Fiesta Bowl pre parade activities were: Back Row: Rusty Gibson, Steve Gurlock Tim Carrington. Second Flow. Katie Rafferty Wendy Suttle Heather Mclntyre. Front Row. Susi Link Christy Yim Lisa Pipkins and Christy Howell W f I i COACH OF THE YEAR Supervising and instructing junior Stacey Frate, is Skylines Division Coach of the Year Coach Vinnie Marchese. y C it f M T H if' Q it ti to V ,k,, HOE Medical Arts Teacher Ms Kay Marshall R N receives their very own VCR from KTVK TV3 UNIQUE YEAR BRINGS QNUMEROUS AWARDS IN ALL t's over. Another whirlwind year has l passed. It was a unique year filled with many changes. This year'sSkyhavvk yMarohing Band marched its way to victory in no less than three state l competitions, winning wmv' superior ratings in all l C , and winning the prestigious Nunemaker Award at the University of Arizona as well. Channel 3 also awarded the HERO classes a new VCR. Softball Coach Vinnie IW. BAND. AREAS Marchese was named Skyline Coach of the Year. And FBLA won sweepstakes by having the most iirst place and seconds place winners in their regional ll conference. They brought home 24 awards, also winning an award for having the largest chapter of the 10 schools in the region that competed. There was a lot to look at in 1986-87 . . . and a lot to look forward to in the years' ahead. A Our superior band shows its award-winning form at an exciting football game. CLOSING www 253 V 'Q g -fi fps . ' r . ,.-, Exggff' 5 2 Q 1 avr., 1 -- , .K TASK FORCE. i Special task force members, Scott Campbell, and Ms. Barbara Surloff, discuss plans for sohooi improvement. p . Senior Phll Lauzon sophomore Karen Schwoerer and junior Denise Curly plant a CLOSING new tree during a special program called Operation Oxygen 254 asf. 4 mf Western Savings scholarship finalists Kim Fiohrbacher, Cory CHANGES AND Act-uEvElvlEN'rs Top oFF YEAR Fteiner, Suzie Kline, Carolyn Overmunk, and Kit Timrner are led by Mrs. Mary lguckenbill, hope to come out on top with their contribution to the society. j i ther changes this year included the addition ot homeroom to students schedules. The period was designed to help students get information and make suggestions to the administration on positive changes for the school. school community, Dr. Smith formed the Principals Task Force, designed to assist with the problems of the school and make group helped implement some of the new, stricter Also to improve-the improvements. This school rules, such as the smoke-hole pass situation and the l.D. card requirements. The journalism department also soared this year. The Skyhawk Flight won two first place ratings from major national scholastic journalism organizations. Soaring '86 also brought home a first place national rating. All in all, it was a special year, a year that made you stand up and take notice. It was a year like no other, and you'll catch yourself looking back in years to come. if Yi if 5 ,K T if fi X ' ' ff X i J xifw? Juni! Litre! iggxxwg refwf K i 'ii .V r wif i:::"J .M M, ,,,,,...,,. 4.271 hr-V Tj 3 jfffri fl i l tai it tif fi 5 i j L.wi.,i at Outstanding journalism members include Dan Rhoades, Holly Dickinson, Tia Schlinker, Malea Carnicle, Chris Neal. Back row: Stephanie Wilson, Vicki Vancil, Nicole Milam, Shannon Maxwell, Kenn Grace, Andrew Phillips, Eric Johnson, Mike Sortino. HOMEROOM. Carrie Talbot watches as Lance Talley and Fitch Tarzia take some time out during homeroom to do a cheer. 1 255 xl 7 , V 5 , . . I ,.,.,.......,......-.A M, ,, , , 2' ' 3' :ff MX',,,--ff A,,.fX""Wf!WWI Q if ,,,,,,,............-----.W X X, , I A X I X -gn-will H .A 22? -fy : A M W W l H+- V4 wwf, ff WW y Q ' l,, V ' , AL . ff ..., , , f J " ' I f EDITOR-INHCHZEF f,'f I ' ,EDITOR 5 HOUY DiC'5m3Of' ' ff f f WSSISTANT EUUOW BUS1NES5fMA'QAGEBf f y Qanhyughoadfesi, ,,, if X 1,11 If 4 V, , ACk9EM'CS,!55?rW,Ri f f Puotoamlwn M i !Mi9ha9,m?h9W3U5 , fi 'i f ',fff ,KeHy'Mc Gi nQey 4 f '7 ACTIVITIESZEDQTOFV lffy 2' ,, ,L 'VVMg,Ke,!:SQg1igk6 'L f V , L05 0595954 ,'f ' , f 4 , f z Asspsmrr, oqvxffmrowwZ , SENIOR SECTIQN EDITOR, 'Ribhard,5BiolaQ6g ,f ,A ff' ' fn moot: EDHDB g shannon Maxwear coPY smFn5 4,4 A V V 6, V X L f,r, X' f ,,,,, 55, UNDERCLASSMEN l?DlTOR 1 MaueagQam1C1gW, f f f Mary Helen HGWMS E 1 Eric JQTWSQUJ 1 if, sponfrs co-Emma Chris Cofdova , PHQTOGBgPHgB I' f f KeI1n eGraCe1 ff , ' wa sporrrs co-emma L5 f v Pam Bowman ' if f S'l2AFF V J 7 K W 'Zz f j A Ashlee,CHuroh9 f 'Qld A 4 ,Ogg 060x355 Q06 FACULTY ED!TOR V I f GhriS'Nea1,, If 5 esx Q96 .910 Jennifer Fiueda j 1 ,Stephanie Qatesh 5 .Y X80 5 ok Qs X 3heyrie owen wax sei -X4 00 semen INDEX EDITOR Andrevwmuips 7 n Nl O9 goefogwe ,0009 Sharon Ritchie ' , f Tom'SymeV ve so 'QO0' N 'KOS 6969 , ' ,,ChfiSHH8WS , 4' ff' Q .GJ ago? vcd Ox Q mnex EDITOR Tammy Stanton f N' Y ' '5 ' Shann on S1fone 1 139 Qyogga dfixoo QYXXX-X6 KYB' CLOSING 66 'WX I I 4 Tlx! --l1 .- sxepnanae wilson TfaQi KHiQ h1 X Fifa?"-Q'-S'5f"'1.. bbpooe f givlwyfzgy W' 1 4:39 1515 pgpemy "Qp'3'5 ,LO QQWM ff" "'fk':i"-M W 0' J' ' . I W 2 'HO 0, ' S fb biieefgg YQQLLGF WUI Yeffeim W 2225 "W,Q'3'5?'W'5,,-,bfi uglagbgfb l f'YfUY"'Nf A7 , - A P+ L51-UH Yffiififi L- 561555 WIEWVDY' ,I H4175 -gr U:fF5V1 i'H C353 H CJQC- Cfot1iN7lETK-Y' HHS ,ef-LN NCD CLA?-5 I J 6407- MN hp-ak xl' I' J ,, M , A ,Q ,: I A' r-I A 1 -L f, ' v . . - ,- , , V Y' 14 YY Y l r I I ? , cf ,.- ul , , N ff, l A H+ i -:sz JL m g LF-h- lf S' - Q M 45 fl i V - - f KLM- i y i i pl LJ. .1 jg, 7 5 if Y 3 Q 7 f .. I - Ji. If g,AA f Kl. A I K, XII , , , V I ' -'v ,l W Y 0 f f f - , U, .. e A - "5 'Vfff 2 ' 1 P 3.2.4 vf " 5 A nv' .. A..i' ,1 . -41 I., 0 'cvmxf' ,f + V M . in 1 xlllxx l 'fav' ,X SL K' OJ -Q i I V f . I x u ,KL il. I l ., K hx, , Q . ,x, A 5, L .pf , . ' 'A ' VN 4 V' ' ,H x, V ff , xx T N, f Y 1, 4 '- 1 2 v M ,, J 5.1 ,V H' w I, 1 ' I' wry xx X11 X X3 X 'A .li X4 ,134 'i MU V, I H n' i C! 9" Dx, Q , . X v Val X1, Q ,Q-nfs akxv . Q QV , I ' I , eg ' Xxx V '--flu. P Llrlu 7 'Y I fx' ' f wx' - if ,' . f f X Q5 . ., x gf A Fic , DL xf I, LUV' . IJ a. P! ' i , X X lf. Q 'X . 5 'XX j X ,Sy WD . 1, . N- ' N X JB . X5 YJ 63 .31 , ul A AJ' -Q V , asf ' ? W - . W W F: y -D Y' xx? A th ww f Qf J' .U ,K 1 ,, 'g 54ga5r 9WbNK,x X EJ jx JJ mx N HX xv ivy! X X DJX E X IPI 59' f 4.--........., - J Ch-":raa.L 'qfwffw-, --N-'--- -' - - -- A B2EFWuZ19w1U ffswo nwwab 446 WWW mf? Wye M' G1 44'f?fff7"f-fi M055 65633 WD WU H555 HBKW7' 'D 5Yf2W!fjZ.gff2"N' ,"'14,gIZZL'fD E :J 1'?:m-42614135 M h if ,"J,f'-- M A, EX ,,' Q PQQJTSZ E' gig. TH a n 2 ,IIIE I I1 i f lTgi'T 1l 5- ln- 0714255 g g g gg .af ' fi g g gg-rg ggig..'D tjQ !1f32 Vf'i" gjlEl1Jf1'EiKf?....Z.f.-- ' ' E I . 5 VV THQ fnr jg i E L 035g 5 ,g g 1... g 3 gg ,,gg 2 g li ... - 1 - 38.1. f .ai Y mn :A -A , ' 1 - .fj I 1770 - 0' uv! -fig 4 'MHS .r tvfrrj 14 Av! "S..f4.... 3' A If i '-if v ' 72' ' xxrki XFQL A '- ' "fy - N1 XX xx V l'xX'4x"'l Y V HPV kg, V mg. 5 ST?" K' ' i Nxt 4: ma YXXTXWNJ N- E x N pw My ,Q lj f N QQ 'N'k A V J A X I N'-, W X N ,xl aft J f ' K ' JL 'Tlx-ix A' 1-xxvf ag V ,- P XXX 4 - QE 1 Af Xxwwnv J Q w M .xx H ..,,. A J . NN , It Xyf I i"- , Ly, ' ' Ak p, ' X X mxxyf My M1 XLEYL X XXX KQXQL UQEC L,.Q M3 da,C3.ffW'L H.L.Y"lQm..l,Q QQLA-Ig, K-AxV?,ax: D xx Nu V Xl - hx Q1 V N In +7 iLXk-'QI' " ,lq,XA?,, X: , 5 5xJK,,!-ks,'vxNx- I-XIX-W, 's'KbN7,. S .' 3 xx, 4 Qty X lil x Any QE .J E bffvfyx DK If-I It , IKQLL-K K:-1 my ' TN f 03 Nga ,XM . 3M-fQi,g fQJQ.'kJo'r, LJ AD Q ikrbuj KJ-k,7T N,-ivjx-g rx pfixvzga T 05- XL , x Mmm WJ' bm Hail" U U-MQ im-f mf 5' N9 Q ' :Q W SAJL 14 av afyje K ,Z ' QR, x, 'xwngf' DQVK-QPF -'-4 C0 A up f ff'-'Mb ' Ixxxlklxvx' X: ,FJ I nuff ff Q, 7 . V Lf 1 O 9675 - I A-X A Q YW I 71 751 X! - ,- 'xt - NN N' - 7, - lb ."' Vw , xl fix N, 1 A A Qu ,-Cf lov X55 C001 K NWN -A Q- Xf- -A-Ji '73 U5 X Jw J mf' yi? A ,f W ' QQ'-' 'f2 ' O-If X ku U X ' 1 MW 5 . 'iv 0' xg, OH wx OH 6,1 50,1 Q -J M Lia, 131,53 vp? R0pxxntf C' V QLLNQIB, X 49 SC Q , SMX Q35 Q! 'EL od NKXUQVQ' yejfx 0bM0'lj fl M W L a az we, Ylpgij kifhiamkfoc 01, A y 0 'I ' " U , Q5.Nh63 , ' dd A. xzoqfxwfo hw


Suggestions in the Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) collection:

Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1988 Edition, Page 1

1988

Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 248

1987, pg 248

Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 24

1987, pg 24

Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 98

1987, pg 98

Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 126

1987, pg 126

Deer Valley High School - Soaring Yearbook (Glendale, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 258

1987, pg 258

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.