Eldorado High School - El Aguila Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)

 - Class of 1986

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From Left to Right: Princess Kym Louthan, Lady Susie Arnold, Lady Stephanie Byrd, Lady Traci Reinhart, Lady Sheri Bloom, Lady Kelly Filkins, Lady Tirzah Gonzalez, Princess Heidi Wengert, Lady Kari Sutherland, Lady Kim Prinzing, Lady Melissa Paglia, and Lady Cathy Caldwell. Q W Q "HMI if 05.. , if S S ENAT ORS Strive to ilu LaurelAvery -ix Brel! Biedschvid Laurie Brown Kimberly Cole Krislin Cole Beth Collins Andrea Dalia Kulhy Evans Lynn Filuxclr Tanyu Florence . w Tirzah Gonzalez Danny Holton BES T YEAR YET!!! Curvlyn Keller Kim Laxtra . WL, Kirsten Laura Carmen Martinez Greg McBerh MJ wr Barbara MrC0l1ixter Melissa Millx Brian Moore' Wendy Pabieh Paul SeU The Eldorado Senate had an overwhelming desire to "Make It Happen" in the l985-86 sehoolyear, and that's exactly what they did! They hosted many fun causes throughout the year whieh raised more moneyfor sehool projects. Classflags was just une ofthe many. It was led by Greg Melieth to an outstand- ing success, antl will be a tradition throughout Eldorado for years to come, Beth SchUfer also did her part in uniting the school, She was always there tu lend a helping hand and to organize many sueeessful eventsq events saeh as the winter carnival and the visits to the arphamtges throughout town. The Homecoming, Winter Ball, and Prom dances were also big successes bringing rapid to the hearts of the students once again. The Eagle Spirit was riding high and thanks tu the positive attitudes we've made it through another sehool year! 3 fb R 4 1 Traei Reinhart Beth Sehwer Tracy Smith Sean Sullivan Tory Sullivan .lill Vasque: Bruce Welton X1 mi' Greg Williams Eldorado Student Senate "Made It Happenv xg Mrs. Darcy and Dr. Renken. Q , H Greg McBeth asststed her as Vice-President. 0 r-,' W Beth St-hU'fer was Student Body President during the 1985-86 school year. Q .I W gl I t ,.a Q Q s , 1 . Noted Sports Displayed Girl 's Soccer +111 Liz Bauer I Sherri Burchett +l2j Beth Hinkle J Danielle Jeffrey +KIj Brigitte Sparlin Not Pictured: +522 Monique Ecker +l2j Shelley Green J Wendy Hancock ! Ruth Zimmerman :Q Anne Demijohn 9? Jennifer Kipp +A? Christy Kleven +1548 Lora Porter 8 Paula Schnitzler +KI or 2 refering to teamj . . . All State ff . . . All City ch . . . All District ! . . . Honorable Mention Girl 's Volleyball Eagle Skill Football Kevin Brannon Gavin Flury Paul SeUF Bill Grubb Doug Key Rob Smith 31154, Joe Padilla Pat Royce W Cross Country +06 Dee Dee Bazan +68 Carolyn Gallager +35 Bfllfy Spring Steve Spinks Kevin Brannong All District KU RB, school re- cord of five touchdowns in one game, Most Out- standing OB by team selection, and M.V.P. Gavin FlurygAll District KU LB, and Most Out- standing LB by team selection. Bill GrubbgAll District KU, and North All Star T eam-Center. Doug Keyg Most Outstanding Receiver by team selection. Joe Padilla, All District UQ Guard, North All Star Team, and Most Outstanding OL by team selection. Pat Royce,' North All Star T eam-QB, and 1000 Yard Club. Paul Self Most Outstanding Defensive Back by team selection. Steve Spinksg North All Star Team-DB. Rob SmithgAll District UQ, and Most Outstand- ing DL by team selection. ' 7 ' Q ,M I Q ' ll 4 Exchange Student Made I With A Little Help -in gi H, , UA- 7 M f' . -QA., ,X ' X Front Row: Tom Keller, Pia Ackerberg, Madeleine Hedlund, LuLu Garcia, Annette Hillringhaus and Jens Von Der Hevden. Middle Row: Torsten Hanisch, Rudy Gotez, Unda Karlshaus, Miguel, Carlos Osorio and HaruoAritu. Last Row: Sandro Sagripanti, Jorge Ortega and Semun "Simon" Bahar. if N 5' Q . X YN R , . U L A .,,. m, S 4 Q X Gm . R I "nm" K 1' X Q Madeleine Hedlund Sandro Sagripanti Haruo Arita Llllli Garcia Sweden Imly Japan Mexico , K West Germany Sweden Italy Sweden Q Q Unda Karlshaus Semun "Simon" Bahar Mara Maffel Pia Ackerberg 1 . Torsten Hanisch Jorge Ortega West Germany Spain ,t 2 fH""'ff"'fff,,5-'Q . Melissa Coady Australia Eldorado Foreign Exchange Students managed to make it through this year, but they all agreed that it would have been hard without a little help from their friends. Eldorado had seventeen exchange students attend- ing this year. Their origins ranged from Mexico to West Germany. The exchange students have taken part in activities with the International Club such as a Christmas Party in December. These students didn't have a sponsor this year, so they were on their own except for friends and their host families. Tom Keller from West Germany said, " It was hard adjusting to the dyferent lyfestyles of America, but with help from my friends, I'm glad I had the chance to do everything that I 've done." One exchange student, Unda Karlshaus, even got an entire article written about her for our school newspaper this year. Q Q , I t r - . ,J ational Honor Society . . . Q E3 - - "ve-xl H - 't , A 1fI.zme a -' My f -w-:Wm '4 - A. , .-,..... .mt Seniors: Steve Aguilar, Sarah Baron, Sherri Barrett, Tara Bessen, Carol Bickelman, Robert Bitto, David Bowman, Larry Brown, Linda Brown, Dorothy Buell, Tom Callender, John Brent Cannedy, Kathy Carmichael, Maria Carrillo, Lisa Clark, Kristy Cole, Richard Crabtree, Jana C ranfi ll, Robert Davis, Robin Davis, Alysa Dietz, Joseph F azio, Sandra Gomulka, Terry Gray, Susan Guenther, Maurah Harrison, Joseph Hinton, Beth H inkle, Kevin Hole, Melinda Jeffers, Eric Jones, Paul Jones, Diane Kimball, Kerry Koenigsberg, Kelly Lamport, Pam Landis, Teri Letz, Dawson List, Vice-President: Kimberly Lunstra, Kim MacCurdy, Renee Mangano, Eric Marietto, Linda Mayo, Barbara McCollister, Michelle Melios, John Micky, Melissa Mills, Natalie Montoya, Darrel Mummert, Marni Ober- kampji Scott Pendleton, Laura Porter, Wendy Preston, Linda Proctor, Lora Ray, Harold Richardson, Michelle Rose, Pat Royce, Shannon Seaborn, Lisa Simon, Heather Snyder, Natalie Stroud, Jacob Stuyvesant, Joshua Stuyvesant, N yleen T roxel, Karina Van Veen, William Bruce Welton, Heidi Wengert, Mary White, Jason Wom Lee Ann Young. Juniors: Cindy Albright, Terrence Sean Bajuk, Kimberly Cole, Kami Cox, Tammy Davis, Sonya DeVargas, Patrick Diamond, Ted Dimas, Cathy Emmons, Kaj Enberg, Peter Escue, Heather Fenstermaker, Sarang Gupta, Brenda Graham, Lori Hall, Sherry Hampton, Charles Harmon, Wendy Hassan, William Hay, Jill Hendricks, JennU'er H ickox, Belina H ime, Laura I mmel, Michael James, Cameron Johnson, Doug Key, Laura King, Evan Koffler, Christopher Lamb, John Lines, Sheryl Lungberg, Stephanie Merrett, Lora M igliaccio, Richelle Murrell, James Payette, Kara Peterson, Karen Pitts, Michael Prater, David Rider, Michelle Roetting, Tom Rosson, Kjersten Rubin, Jill Saberhagen, Jassmine Safier, Todd Sais, Jill Sandell, Lori Schweighardt, Allan Rod Shampine, Rich Sherwood, Cami Skinner, Angela Smith, Doug Stalgren, Heather Staller, Tory Sulivan, Bertha Tien, Todd T ighlman, Marla Tomlinson, Vu Tran, Lisa Ulshoffer, Clara Wente, Chrisina Williams, President: Greg Williams, Dawn Wise, and Tim Zagar. Is A Measure Of Excellence The National Honor Society is an academic honorary that is truly a service organization. Marge Kadlec and Mary Schwab are the advisors of these academically elite group of students. A 3.5 grade point average, leadership, and citizenship makes a student eligible to be a member of this organization. They also must be a second semester Sophomore, Junior or Senior. The Honor Society did service projects for the school and awarded scholarships to several members. Their motto: Noblesse Oblige is very appropriate. Noblesse Oblige means those who are outstanding are obligated to serve. ational Spanish Honor Society Knows Their Language gf Front row: Jana Cranfill, Kim MacCurdy, Cathy, Tara Bessen, Linda Proctor, Karen Kalat, Lisa Simon, Vice-President: Bertha Tien. Back row: Ms. Pacienza, John Lines, John Mickey, Karry Brown, R.B. Spencer, Robert Bitto, Josh Stuyvesant, and Jake Stuyvesant. The National Spanish Honor Society, sponsored by S ' Ms. Pacienza, became well acquainted while having a A good time with the Spanish language. This year they enjoyed going out to eat and having picnics. They also worked on fund raising to provide scholarships. Their 'R t M' .A time spent together was used to practice and learn more of 1 W about the Spanish language. Qualification for this f 5 H group consists of two years of Spanish class with an A Q 0 'ff if 2 in the first semester of the second year. vw c, Leh to right: President: Joey Fazio and Sponsor: Ms. Pacienza. Q e , 1 33 T hespians Captured 34 A K: W f 5 X X,- :gr .lf v K t fs x - ,nv Ziff! Attention ,VK Zi, QL L'1Q-fail, ,xr : . . 73 ,- lf! . ,, W ' f K K .15 5 " , , 4 . A Y' xv H k , 4? x -7, A 11 ,, x 11-111-.W . sk "1 -x 1 tjgkivs-if ' K 1 -- - V: x N T .... , ' . A . iff-::.,1. .g.:: V- , 1 b ,. ,.-N Q.-.., ,,1 f A -, ,flyr snwfgk A- - V "" rs. Wai "1 '1"5'F" ' ' -' ,+L W - fj. .f. ' ' ' -. -t .H . y W5 ,,,11 -' - 1, K ., K 1 I - ' W 9 Fronr Row From leh to rightflasan Owen, Anthony Navarrette. Jeff Donovan, Nyleen Troxel, Jill Sandell, Suzanne Doolen, Tara Bessen, Kristen Beekmann, Joey Fazio, Mall Ingalls, James Payette, and Chris Jones. Back Row: From left to right: John Elias, Trey Stiles, Mark Williams, Hal Richardson. Chris Gassler, Rick Stratton, Robin Davis, John Floyd, Matt Armstrong and I Payton. Not pictured: Cynthia Armijo, Kim Cole and Beth Prochazka. T wenty-five Band Members T 0 State All State band is a highly honored position in high school. Only the top percentage of players from each high school in the state make it. When trying out for all state, you can make one of the four groups: symphonic or concert band, or symphonic or concert orchestra. Symphonic is the higher ofthe groups, but they are very difficult to make. Each group made on performance that took place on January 10. This year Eldorado had twenty-five members go to state. e Q, - ,mas nf- 4 Robin Davis and Mark Williams American High School Band. M ., N were nominated for the McDonald's All Anthony Navarrette ,...,--f4 . . UK. Z.. Q e.-ivqyg-1nQyQsuu?,,, -43-,, ,gym """"'4 The Stage Band, headed by Mr. Fessinger, played their way to an outstanding success. They participated in many events such as the NAJA lNational Association of Jazz Educatorsj where Tony Nuvarette won a full scholarship as outstanding soloist to a Jazz camp for a week. They also competed in many festivals such as the UNM Jazz Festival, and the West Mesa Jazz Festival. They took a trip to Colorado Springs where they competed in the Cavalcade of Music Competition and brought home many awards for their achievements. Anthony Navarrette was named outstanding band member of the year. Screamin' Eagles Like Competition The members ofthe Screamtn Eagles are: Alto Saxophone: John Elias, T. Payton, and Shannon Seaborn. Tenor Saxophone: Robin Davis, James Payette, and Beth Proehazka, Baritone Saxophone: Gregg Rose Trumpet Allen Bmns Tony Nuvarette, Peter Stilwell, Brett Tidler, and Scott Williams. Trombone: Mattflrmstrong, Joey Fazio, Chris Gassler, and Rick Stratton. Piano: Jill Sandell. Guitar: Phil Mcndclsohn Bass Clay Williams. Drums: Trey Stiles and Mark Williams. They were under the direction of Stuart Fessinger. W 11,37 The members of the Allstate choir were: bottom Rowg Shari Lawrence, Lisa Burg, Margaret Martinez, and Tina Cohenour. Second Row: Sarah Barron Madeline Hedlund, Jessica Irwin, Russel Parker, Lorna McBride, and Marka Stephens. Not pictured: Keila White, Debra Williams, and Tanya Rivers Last yearAll -state choir did many performances, including ed of thirteen members. All received honors for their har work. They performed many concerts here at school where family was encouraged to come and view each students pro- gress. The students proved that hard work along with a lot of A . X 5-' !u' , 7 ,6 in T - p- 1-Tl! b .5fD' Chorus Burst With New Talent at school and also at several other schools. The choir consist- ml ' 1: ' J - ' :z E d ' - , M ,, - '1 L , . f as E i E practice paid off All-state choir had a great year and made Eldorado proud. Q19 '93 W Q I t V ? Orchestra All-State Musicians: Front Raw: Robert Hohvelder, Cindy Hahfelder, Jennifer Selteuse, Valerie Mara, and Tint Demmie. Back Row: Jnhn Kim, Trent Whiteside, Ken Dunfee, Melinda Jafkrs, and Evan Killpatrick. NAHLRU T. 43 f 32,1 va. Musician hip and Talent Win Honors M ilos 'Q , W--.,,.,,xX uc-' l 1 sr' X? X4 if 5 ,Q Youth Orchestra Members: Front Row: Tim Demmie, Rabert Hohvelder. Michelle Preajiee. and Chris Jones. Center Row: Trent Whiteside, Sumilw Corley, Melinda Jefers. and Valerie Mora. Baek Raw: John Kim, Hal Richardson, Mark Williams, and Chris Gasxler. ff? ,QQ N vii' Youth Symphony Members: Front Row: Tim Demmie. Robert Hohqelzler, Michelle Preafice, and Chris Jones. Center Raw Trent Whiteside, Sumiko Corley, Melinda Jeffers, and Valerie Mora. Back Row: .loha Kim, Hal Richardson, Mark Williams and Chris Gassler. Q e , 1 . Eldorado Academic Decathlon Placed First Overall Front Row: Larry Brown. Back Row: Coach Kohr, Sherry Hampton, Natalie Stroud, Clara Wente, and Linda Belmont. The Eldorado Academic Decathlon, an academic competition which was held on the District, State, and National levels, soared through 1986. The team was picked through student applications that were based on the best test scores and grades in the categories of varsity, honors, and scholastics. The competition consisted often decathlon tests in the areas of Economics, Science, Social Studies, Math, English, Speech, Essay, Interviews, Fine Arts, and a Super Quiz. "T he Super Quiz is an open competi- tion type test where the students compete infront of an audience and questions are scored and team totals shown as the test progresses. " E ldorado's team tied for fi rst in the Super Quiz. E ldorado's team prepared for four months working after school in the Library, and the last week before their competition they had "Hell Week" where they studied six to eight hours a day at various students houses. The team included: Larry Brown, Natalie Stroud, Suzanne Bauer, Kara Peterson, Sherry Hampton, Linda Belmont, Ken l Hood, Elena Farmer, and Captain Clara Wente. The Assistant Coach was Robin Butzier and Coach James K ohr who stated, "I enjoyed coaching the team. The students work so hard and cooperated so well as a team it was a pleasure." Because Eldorado placed first overall on the State level, they were able to t represent New Mexico at the National Competition in California. t Q Q T e , l I . All t Thomas Callander , .4 A Kelly Lamport Dawson List eserve Praise i Of all the honors, National Merit competition is one of the most renowned. The program is run by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation that is responsible for almost 5,800 scholarships given to outstanding academic students each year. The students awarded the Scholar- ships are in the top percentile of students in the nation academically. The competition starts with the PSAT test that is given in the junior year. The students with the highest scores can then go on to the next step ofthe contest. The names ofthe semi -finalists are announced in a national newscast and are released to colleges across the nation. To proceed, the semi -finalists, chosen by the PSAT scores, fill out applications that contain a personal essay and have a written recommendation from a teacher or principal. They go on to take the SAT, and the high scorers on that test become finalists and are notified by a Certificate of Merit. To become a National winner, the finalist's scores on the PSAT and SA T, academic record, extracurricular activities benefiting the school or community, and the personal essays that were submitted earlier are reviewed by a panel that then choose the final winners. Eldorado's finalists were Thomas Callander, Kevin Hole, Kelly Lamport, and Dawson List along with semi-finalist Paul Jones. Thirteen other students were commended for their extremely high scores on the SA T. These studentsg Matt Armstrong, William Broome, Robin Davis, Michael Harcourt, Beth Hinkle, Jane Hoppe, Eric Marietta, Philip Hendelson, Marni Oberkampfi Harold Richardson, Natalie Stroud, William Welton, and Kathleen White together with the semi-finalist and the finalists have represented Eldorado as the center of excellence that it continues to be year after year. Kevin Hole ational Merit Finalists Paul Jones 9 Q W Mrs. Pan Evans. Mi: yeas lmf yew ur was laslic span. The result wus gifs thampions and Iwo stan' runm-r-up In 1982. 4-reared A rhird with a "go for :he blue" lhnmc in 1986. fa bf W . K tm Lastra yt e Cheerleader 45 E ugle Spirit 5: Natiunul H army Society 5, 4g Senate 45 House gf Representqtives 4: Stuters 4: Trent Whiteside Key C lub I: Chamber Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4,- Strolling Strings I. 2. 3, -lg Albuquerque Youll: Symphony 3. 45 Ski Club Z Soccerl, 2, 3, 4g fIlI'Sratc Orchestra 3, 4. Cole u t Elizabeth uMugee t ROTC 1. 2. 3,h4q House of Representatives 3, 4. . I . Q Q ,t 44 zeffw, 1 x 'yi' c .4 , c P ' :wg 1, M eliss 0 ff.- N,,,:,.,, 'Q A . . . N NN. N K wr' X X N me .GSX N if Wir X v ' , Q .2 ' . K sl YQ - :jg-is -1 V fx 2 w W , - , A :M x 1 iMichelle Rose Concert Choir 2: Girls Ensemble I: Eagle Spirit 2. 3. 4: Eldorado Dance Team I: La Cuadrilla 4: National Honor Society 4: Nation- al Junior Honor Society 2g Court 3: Swimming and Diving 5: Track 2:, Editor ty' Thr' Eagle Spirit 4. Lee Ann Young Gold Rash 45 Concert Choir 2g HSAL 35 National Honor Society J. 4: National Junior Honor Society 1. 2: Octagon Club I, 2: Spanish National Honor Sooiety 2, 3.f H -H Melissa Mills National Holm' Society 3, 4: National Junior Honor Society I. 2: sumutt 1, z, 3: Sojball 1, 2, 3. rgsfmf 3. 4: Hom anem- xentatires 2. J, 4: Class Treasurer lg Jalior House 33 Senior Cabi- lnt - . Larry Brown El Aguila 2, 3: International Club J. li: National Honor Society 3- 4: National Junior Honor Society 2: SA YE 3. 41 Slllf-'Il Clif 3, 43 Spanish National llalor Soriety. President 3: NCTE ittalin 3: llixtory Ddj'1,AflfEMi0 Dfqlfhlllil 4. L, 'Tl You r An ale. 9 R1 3 3 N Kevin, Hole FCA 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Junior Honor f f Society I. 2: Strolling Strings I, 2: first Place UNM Math Cun- tesr 3: Szatevs 5. 4. ' ' Barbara McColister I Golden Eagle Marching Band'-Symphonic I, 2, 35 Wind Ensemb , 2. 3: French Club I, 2: La Cuadtilla 45 National Honur Society 4: National Junior Honor Sai-iety I, 2g Prom Caurr 35 Ski Club 2. le 3. 5: Swimming and Diving I, 2. 3gSenale 3, lg fl0llfl' oflkpresentntivas I, 3, 4: Staters 4: Class Treaxurcr 2. 391-'orum lg Sophomore Board ' 2: Junior Haute 3: Senior Cabinet 4: A V C C Delegate-Japam ll Senate Sclmlarslzip. S. Beth S chU'fer Cuudrtlla f iff W t And That Make You A Leadet American Humanities At Eldorado Y i t I L ,ul f f 2 'Q 'f, t ' ' F 1311- fa-: if Left to right: Richard Street, Elaine Greenspan, Barbara Osborne, and Mary Ellen Burch. Provided An Outstanding Program Elaine Greenspan, Barbara Osborne, Richard Street and Mary Ellen Burch confer at the center of their four classroom pod where they often meet to compare notes or confer on a lecture to be given to the entire group of students. The long term professional relationship of four teachers has prevailed for thirteen years and resulted in one of the strongest American Humanities programs in the nation. The two hour-block class was selected as a finalist in the Centers of Excellence program by the Na- tional Council of Teachers of English. Eng- lish teachers Elaine Greenspan and Barbara Osborne and Social Studies teachers Mary Ellen Burch and Richard Street have created a humanities course that combines American History, American Literature and other as- pects of American art and culture. The Eldorado American Humanities pro- gram knows success because it is flexible. Each year there is a different emphasis, and this keeps it interesting for teachers and stu- dents alike. This course was designated as a "Center of Excellence, " and this award brings honor to this faculty team, the American Hu- manities students and Eldorado High School. Gb 6 Q W '95 , . 1 Q 9 .rf .Q A Vw. J. A . . ,1Tff2'i- - . 1. M- , J-W?" aw- ' . 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Lggfgft 1Q'?'m I l I If - ' f 4 if gi' we ff- - - Mg.. i n S1 "" 'I A ' - 'V-.Wg .ns,JIf ,. ... nA ' , - 'QW' ' X, sy: , , ' "X s- 111: g ' ' ' f. Jr- 4:24 . A ' ,. , , fi- .5-5 - -' gf H - . ww . Q u, v A -' g ,, J .. ,Q ,A J , , F ,z1,.,e'ff1Qa , fff. " i 'E N ,. gfv- K H - g ' 35,4 1 n. ' ' L Wr5T6?5Z E'3-, ' Q' , M-,. 'x '- 4 -, V ' XH,1w-41: f , . K ,, H. , - A V 7 f ! - ' M41 gr , f-,uv . f ' :L:g:f2,,Q- t . fm: n -Q f gn. y , wwf W f -. ,,1 -X -W . , 5, wif 43, .v , A , H KV A V im- ' ' M . ' 'eff 'if-14 v ' M . - SEP: ,Ji P M ' - '55 111' " ' X, - I Q., ,M , ay . 'w . W, if Q, ' , Q X Af' ' K, .2 wb z " 1. fum -' - A-rf' - i t N E W, ' 'fa-ix I ' -1 . , K - ' ' : 1 1- may Ann , 45333 ,Q Class Officers from left to right: President Bruce Welion. Vice-President Traci Reinhart, Treasurer Melissa Mills and Secretary Lisa Simon The Senior le so I Class of 1986 Mr. Mangold and Mrs. Mclntyre were the Senior Class Sponsors. First Row from Ieh to right: Melissa Mills, Karina VanVeen, Melissa Dotson, Kristin VanVeen. Second Rowfrom left to right: Beth Schiffer, Katie White, Sarah Baron, Lisa Simon, Dawn Halvorson, Jana Cranjill. Third Row: Kristy Cole, Kim Lastra, Paul SeUQ Shannon Seaborn, Clyf Villa. Fourth Row: Kevin lf si' .I Hole, Barbara McCollister, Valerie Reyes, Melinda Jeffers, Jasmine Holmes. Natalie Stroud, Monique W Fine. Top Row: Tripp Killin, Bruce Welton, Bryan Biedscheid, Greg McBcth. --f"'2 p-ff 4? - iv --Aa The Magic Isn't Gone Our lives at Eldorado have given us the unique opportunity to expand our views, learn about ourselves, and grow and change together as friends. The magical sparks that jilled us with spirit and overwhelming pride carried us through our special years of highschool. The special magic that has become a treasured part of each and everyone of us will exist in our hearts as the priceless memories we have created. The magic of these years will open our doors to the world and show us the way to be free like the true spirit of an eagle. The magic isn'I gone and never will be! Q W , 1 53 Ramona Abeyta . . . "Hey Vern! What do think of the class of '86'! . . . Vern? .. .Hey Vern? J.C.O. and R.L.A- Rock 8: Roll Children! J.l., D,B. Bad Boys Running Wild." Michael Aiken "There are two paths you can go by, but in the long run there's still time to change the road you're on." Louis Allen "Let's go to chico!!! Many Thanks to nuggets, Ir and L.M., J.B., M.E. and the rest of the gang." 54 KennethAdams , . . "And off we go into the wild blue yonder." I "+T2?v PiaAkerl1erg . . . "You catch more bees with honey than with vinegar." . 4 MarileeAlvarez . . . "Obviously, you've mistaken me for someone else! Nat it's been real, really! Thanks "B", Mommy, B.S., D.E., C.A., Basketball! Here's to the future -Hee-Hee!" at Steven Aguilar . . . '6Dream what you dare to dream, go where you want to go, live today as if you were to die tomor' row." SherryAlbrycht. . ."Giggles you're the best. Never forget cruisin Los Altos or curbs! Thanks B.H., C,H., M.B., M.M. For your help in nursing. l Love You Bryant!" Jeffrey Anastasia "You only live once, but if you live right, once is enough." Sean Ahern . .. William Allan ... Natalie Anderson "Thanks 4 the memories K.P., M.P., Casper, Gogo, Nikki G., P. Mouse, Beck and Gonzo! Hawaiian party, Purg., Pep Boys, Flags and Happy Campers of 86 fRocky sur- vivedj. P.S .... I love you Jethf' Richard Anderson . . . "Kids and dogs -u Jeffrey Arbon . . . Susan Arnold "Trust in the Lord with all your heartg acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. C.C. and B.S., you're the best." S, i f I Thomas Anderson . . . BoI1I1yArchuleta, . ."Life is too short to be serious!! Special thanks to Maureen. I finally made it. How? I don't know?" LarryAshby. . ."Timmy, ifyou want to lead a healthy life, start eating Glazed Donuts! Beth, I love youg you will al- ways be my ENDLESS LOVE." Joan Ansloan . . . "Girls basketball ffl! Thanks for all the memories- S.D.A.H.S.B.A.G! It was a mistake on my part. Remember all the good times Shauna-JIBMBCCTT. Bye." l HaruaArita. . . "lt was wonderful days I spent with everyone. I learned many things which were different from Japan. Thanks for everything. "Banzai Nip- pon." Angela Baca . . . Megan Anthony . . . "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dreams. Thanks Gina and Young Life! John 3:l6." Matthew Armstrong . . . "A food is my middle name. Go for the Gusto! Exit the warrior. CZ, CF, C7, D5, D3, ALA- l,Al,Al,Al." Scmun Bahar . . . a h p - 55 Jerry Baldoni . . . "Don't forget those good times! D.C., J.P.. D.D., J.M., AND I.P. OYY OY! D.C.. J.B., 8a .l.M., Austa! EHS." John Burner "Sometimes I think School is like a RODEO. The trick is to ride and make it to the bell. Love all you girls. Hasta la Vista. ' .1 ft 1 lf it Sherri Barrett . . . 56 Charles Bannister . . . Lisa Barns . . . 'l-lel hath no fury like a woman's wrath. Thanks cherry and panda bear. l Cherise Bartow . . . "Four years have passed all too quickly. What needs to be said you already know in your heart. Thanks LB, and SP. Going to LA?" l Kathy Barbin . . . Sarah Baron . . . "Yesterday's hurt . . . is today's forgiving-Rewoven into to- morrow's understanding and love." iii! as Remember the Katherine Bazan . . . good times we shared DT. Thanks for being there when l needed you the most. Have fun in hgih school DB. Love ya JB." Lisa Burg . . . "Thanks to my friends at Cyprus and Eldorado. Thanks E.H., S.A., D.D. I love you Mom and Dad." . g 1 Diana Barott . . . Lisa Becker . . . Karen Beezhold "After four long years, we finally made it!! Thanks to all and to all a good life." Trina Bellettini "Always go for what you wna'?want in life. Thanks for everything J.R., l-I.L., G.L., S.B., T.l-I., Phil 4:l3" Sandra Bennett "The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, I realize the less I know." Richard Belknappll . . ."ToJ.S. 'I love youl' To my friends from Corp. S.W. R.B. D.M. Let's Jam Forever . . . Lud- wig Rules Camels and Kings go great!!" Linda Belmont . . . "'Oh, very young, what will you leave us this time? You're only dancing on this earth for a short while . . . '-Cat Stevens" Jeanne Benze . . . Sherrie Bell. . . 'glf God be for us, who can be against us? Romans 8:3l." Rita Belsterling. . ."'I can do all things through him who strengthens me' 'There are only 2 places ' Watch those Micky D trays Yo, Thanks Yo8LEi." Kimberly Berry . . . Joellen Beller . . . A'Success is never fi- nal and failure never fatal: it's the cour- age that counts." Ronald Bender 'ITo Corporation and Co.-Wine, Women, and Toacos Forever Ich lieve dich, K,S.!" Michael Berry "Surfers rule the beach and sandy beaners rule the taco stand!" 57 Tara Bessen . . . "I will miss my friends when school ends, but I will keep the memories forever and set out on a new endeavor." W!:'f7 I Becky Bishop "What you are is God's gift to you . . . What you make of yourself is your gift to God. P.S.K.H. You're the greatest." Debra Black "Denim SL Leather Together Forever! SMP's WFY! Hold on to your dreams J.L., A.B., A.F., R.M., A.T,, M.L., S.A., J.G., I Luve U Kane." 58 Carol Bickelman "I luv ya L.D.8cM.R.! 'In the twinkling ofan eye . .. ' Maranatha!" Thomas Bispo . . . Mary Bleacher . . . "Y. Kai you're the best! Remember that I Love you al- ways. Thanks S.A., B.H., C.A. You're the greatest! Love a nurse, PRN." Bryan Biedscheid . . . "Life is either a daring adventure or it's boring!! And ya'll said I was shallow! Long live the Muffalo Guys and the Class of '86!!!" Robert Bitto . . . "Life is an adventure- dare it. Life is struggle-fight it. Life is a challenge-meet it. Life is a dream-live it." Amy Blomstrom . . . "I can do all things through Christ who strengtheneth me. Phil. 4:13. Thanks A.M., K.P., B.G., S.B.,K.R. for a great year! Drill Team fill!" William Birchler , . . Allen Bivens . . . "1 finally made it, but it's not the endg for my life is at its begin- ning. 'Fiesta', Thanks to T.N. fSpunkyJ Don't forget me, J.P." Sheri Bloom . . . "Through the pain of learning came the joy of discovering. UR Great J.A., S.D., A.H., A.G., U2 Lar. January 7, 1990, I Love you Ro- man." Scott Bollig ., . "In your head is the answer . . . Let it guide you along . .. Let your heart be the anchor . . . And the beat of your own song." David Bowman "And so an age passes , Thanks R.B., I-l.C., B.L., C.D., and even P.M., though on second thought maybe not. We'll see this sea- son. Seafood Society '86!" Anne Brass . . . "Where ya gonna go? I dunno. I-low ya gonna live? Day by day. Thanx A.I-I., J.R., A.B., D.S., S.S., C.L., C.B., .l.D. 8a M.C. INDUBITA- BLK you silly goose!" Darin Bond . . . Todd Brader . . . Steven Brent "Well I made it! Thanks to G.R., K.F., G.S., the D.B., and of course EHS Soccer. '86 Kix, I Love you K.F." Susan Bory "When you dream, you're holding the key to open the door to set you free RJD. I.L.M.L.W.A. C.T.T.T.A. T.I.M.L.T.T. l Lori Bradley "Remembering the good times with D.P., T.D., and C.P. I have finally gotten to a point where l can look back and say 'I made it."' Clark Breslin . . . "Anne, Wendy, Ke- vin, Bridget, Mike, Lainie, Damon, Gabe, I want to thank you all for help- ing me through my depressiong maybe it worked. We'll see." L 2' 1 Alessandra Bouchard "Thanks for the memories: S.B., K.S., J.S., KH., P.B., D.B., and Leslie. The Green Box, W.F.Yl-'Dudel' I Luv U G." 'Hold on to your dreams'-Triumph." Kevin Brannon . . . "All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. I'll always be a herpling. Summer!" , ' fl .1 0 Kristy Brewster . . . Q a , In Kelly Bright . .. Larry Brown "lt's never too late, only "never" is. l've come a long way from the early daze, thanks Wheeze. Luck to CLMFMHWPBK l" Kim Broxterman . . . HA teenager not having a crisis isn't paying attention. November 25, 1995, right S.C.'? Turn left, turn right Bunless! I love ya L.S. France '85!" 60 Bill Broome "1 love you Lori! Cchicken tool" Linda Brown . . . "Praise him with loud Cymbalsg Praise him with high-sound- ing Cymbals!" Love Ya, M.E.R. and P- Team." Chris Bryan . . . Jon Brotzman . . . Michael Brown . . . "Waiting in every mind is the terror the imagination has created. It's up to the writer to make that terror run . . . not walk." eff i Julie Bryan . . . ,i me Audra Brown . . . Robert Brown . . . Robert Buckley . . . "Growing up it all seems so one-sided, opinions all pro- vided, the future pre-decided detached and subdivided in the mass production zone! Thanks T.G.S." Dorothy Buell . . . "A.D. remember the lizard men, Purg. 84-85. Thanks for the great times. Best friends forever. Love ya!" fi Stephanie Byrd . . . "Little one, thanks for always being there! Hey you've got a friend! I love you Richie." Thomas Callander . . . Sherri Burchett "'Real love never fails' Cl Cor. 13:81 Thank you Eric for your precious love! We're gonna make it forever! EHS SOCCER3441-SPOONS FOREVER! l LOVE YOU ERIC!" Becky Cain ... "Thanks to the GROUPQ we had great times. Pass the shoe! Hey M.M. I got it, Really. PMH, I'll never forget. Hey LC., RI., JH." .lennU'er Campbell . . . "Thanks for all the great times, L.D., W.W., S.G. Re- member the Marriott and our favorite basketball team." B. F K' I Sherry Burden . . . "'l can do all things through Christ which strenghteneth me! fPhil 4:l3J Thank you . . . Mother and Father for all your guidance." Cathy Caldwell . . . "Hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn. Happy Campers. Hey Pepell Santa Fe? Remember Pep Boys. 80six!! Rocky survived!" Brent Cannedy "R.S. remember G.J. Colorado. T.G. remember "The Alpine." "I'll miss you guys: R.S., T.G.. M.M., R.G., J.K.,-Ha!" Shannon Burgess. . . "Hey AG . . .and now it's time to get a REAL PhD. Thanx for the memories. You're the best SH! We did it AB. It's been great MS, NK, AM, and SW. A tot tonger. QUADRILLA fl !" Mike Calhoun. . . 4-4-2 The number of the Beast. Thanks for the good times, especially you Tara . . . I love you." Jeff Cannon . . . Q ei 111 Kathleen Carlow . . . Douglas Cash . . . Lori Childs . . . 62 Kathryn Carmichael "Thanks for all the fun TL. 'Remember' that good times and full moons are forever." Sherri Celnik . . ."Anything is possible ifonly you believe. November 25. 1985, K.B.! Holly, Lauriann, and Kim. I love ya' all! Let's make dinner sometime, Kim!" Louise Ciarlotta . . . Maria Carrillo . . . "We all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon. Love to B.O. K.G. K.M." Lawrence Chajin. . ."No Guts No Glo- ry. Smurfs SS, PS, DM, DH. Later Spanish .IW,MM, Thanks Secret Sis BG. Old Memories KL. Alabama 3641" Lisa Clark "Thanks EHS, M,D, and especially SM for GREAT High School Years." -V . Kyra Cartwright . , . "We're all cast in this unlikely role, ill equipped to act with insuficient facts. One must put up barriers to keep oneself in tact-RUSH" David Chavez . . . Leslie Clarke . . . Melissa Cline. . . "Thanks S.T. for all of the memories. Soccer trips, T.O.C. for a day, spoons, parties, T.P. signs. Soccer is ffl. I Love You CR." 4... Sean Connors "Mamas don't let your babies grow up to be Cowboys- mine tried! If you never know where your goin you can't get lost, I Tl-lINK'?!" Q? ' 21-if Eiiiig I ' ' -'sglki' R,-fy jglg. . is e 5 3223133 T1 Q W ' j Qs. . 5 Stal, Rebecca Corle . . . Kristin Cole. . ."'Like diamonds in the sun and diamonds are forever . . . ' 'So many dreams, let them come true. '... Feeling' good Barb!" Molly Cooney . . . "Hey Go-G02 KSZOO 8: 50"? 'It's o.k. we have guml' Slade I Farmer Ted! Jake I Little yid man! I-Iasta gals: Gogs, Gonz, Tat, Casper, Beck, Pagf' Kelly Covington . . . "Memories fade, but the skies still linger-goodbye my friend. 'Mr. Nason, have I ever let you down?!" David Coningham . . . "And now for re- ality . . . " ws Mickie Cordova . .. "Thanks P.T. O'Neil, Tam.B, LM 8cT.C. and even if it sounds crazy MOM and you too DAD. '86 is the Best! P.S. Thanks to everyone I met during all four years. Heath Crabtree. . . "I-ley D.B. can Eu- gene graze in astroturf also? Let's get a pizza P.M. Long live the Seafood Gang, especially Squid and Flounder." Susan Conley . .. "Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow! Thank-you Lauriann for being you!" Q! Y E Ramona Corona . . . "Let us die young or let us live forever. KL very hot very hotl!CP 4evr yng! Good luck Utah boy you big baby! BANZAIIE Jana Cranjill . . . "We're the makers of music, and the dreamers of dreams. Thanks AB, L.A.Y., D.H., 8L V.V. S.B. Never Surrender at l0:30! Mom and Dad, I LOVE YOU!" 63 Christine Crawford . . . "Love is worth the wait, the pain and the happiness. I love you Jeffy, till eternity-Thanks Mom for giving me time to grow up." Sharon Curzi . . . Stephanie Danforth . . . "It's the price we have to pay, and all the games we have to play, makes me wonder if it's worth it to carry on." 64 Larry Crosby . . . "Thanks for the few and good-bye to the many! Love ya S.B., C.C, T.S, B.K, S.A, L, J.R, S.C, and S.D. l Dora Dalton . . . "Hey jet set-Let's go bowling! My, what straight teeth you have! BR '85! What's next fThe opera- tive word being next.J" Brenda Darnell . . . "Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth. Thanks mom and pop, Dean- na, Renee, David, Sela." Terry Culpepper. . . "E.C, and C.H, re- member all the good times and all the guys! Look out worldg I'M ready to shine. B -F-A R.F, E.C, C.H, and the rest!" ,I Virginia Dalton . . . "Thank you A.A, B.B, J.M, P.P, C.T, K.W, and D.M." Catherine Dasilva . . . Carla Curb . . . "Trust the Lord with all your heart, lean not on your own under- standing. Acknowledge him, and he shall make straight your path." Rosalind Dandridge . . . "Being sucess- ful is walking in the ways of the Lord. Good luck to the class of 87. I love you New York, especially Tiger,fAustinj." Lesley Davis . . . "The memories will last a lifetime. Thanks for the great mo- ments, especially C.B, M.R, .I.S." if Nancy Davis . . . ,J Scott Delap . . . "Hey Eldorado, Thanks for all the good times! Believe it or not I'm gonna miss this place espe- cially B.B., M.S., T.S., D.W., lt's been swell! Luv them muffalo guys!" Chris Devrier . . . "Trust the Lord with all your Heart. Take them to state, Todd. Remember the Monster." Robert Davis . . . "I Love You Chris- tine! Thanks for all the good times M.L.P. Hey G.R., Seen any .Iamacians at MD's lately? Mello out J.P!" Ann Demijohn "Remember D.B. - Purgatory- D.C.8c D.B. in '85, and B.S. EL R.A. in '85 -'Like a Fine Wine, Skiiers Improve With Time!' Ha-Ha!" Christina Diaz . . . "All this could be, just a dream so it seems. I was never much good at GOODBYE!!! Hey C.H. Austin and Freeport Forever!!!" Robin Davis "Thanks Eldorado QBandJ for good timesg bus trips, good memories Tony, Renee, Linda. Oh well . . . Here I come! Green sIime-peace- have fun!" Bryan Dennis . . . "Twelve down, four to go! Look ahead and believe in your- self. Thanks for the good times!" Alysa Diez. . . "Believe it or not, it went too fast! l'll always remember- thanx Eldorado! I luv U, N.M., K.K., D.K., MJ., J.S., 84 2L.p.'s Austin Deaver . . . Angela Derden . . . "To Nick R. LA.B.J Duret 2 forever! Ha ha! 'Hurray for HoIlywood', and I'm gonna win! 2J7C l'm her! Isaiah 5:5, I am overwhelmedg thank you .Iesus!!" Julie Dittucci . . . "Thanks D.N., and .I.D., for all the great times." 65 Darren Divine . . . "Never forget your dreams because todays dreamers are to- morrow's achieversf' David Donaldson . . . "To Valerie H. I send all 'my love'. Will never forget the mailboxes. or the 'football gamesi "oy" to my friends, Its been cool. Finally 86!" Lisa Douglas . . . "Be not hasty tojudge another: it takes a lifetime to know yourself." 66 Randy Dobbs . . . "Hey Guys, Old Mil., 51.59 at Quaters! Come on Janet No Noses! This has been a great year, thanx, S.H, .I.L., J.M. AND ESPE- CIALLY J.T.!" Shauna Donovan . . . "Poofl Girls Bas- ketball il .l.A.- Mailboxes, sunroofs, and K.F.M.Z.C.C.! Ready Now'Ah! Thanks .l.A.A.H.S.B.A.G. and you know who ILUVU! Patiently you'd wait . .. I don't understand!" gf l Theresa Dove . . . "Good-bye Eldorado, Hello Drunken State. Get a job DP Oh God LB and please bless the Toy!" Brian Dodge. . ."The Brew Crew of 86 lives forever. Credits: G.S., M.M., T.G., P.M., and to all who made the EHS fl. Hasta Eldorado." 4-H' ' Willie Dons .., Peter Dowling . . . "You give but little when you give of your possesions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. Thankx everyone for everything." Brendan Doherty . . . "We thought we had the answers, twas the questions we had wrong-U2, Brew crew, MT, CH, MG, TR, Dead Rabbits, Paige Forever! Asta Larastafarian! Melissa Dotson "Just Kidding!! lThanks For The Memories: KV, KV, ES, DW, EHS, etc. Love ya'lll I missed my calling! l'll always love you DL... and EWU" Linnea Dueker . . . "Hey Stace, Dwan, Vals, and of course Jen, no more H.S., right on college! I want some sugar!" Lisa Dugan . . . "As the days pass I dis- cover, destinyjust cant be ruled Thanks KK for everything. Friends, forever KK, GS, NE, SD, JR!" Ray Anthony Duran ... "IONGO BOINGO is the RADDEST!!! It's been cool Rey, Jimmy, John, SKATERS THRASH. Later Mike, Mark, and Kathy." Karl Ehl "Care the dream! Kiss rocks! Eldorado, to all who know me. l take my hat off to you! Thankx C.S. I love you always." Jennifer Dunham . . . "Let's Go Otta! Bueno-bye party scout BP, TR, MS, MH, PARTY BUDS- Love you Mikie H. l'll never forget CC, KP, MA, AS, and Michele and DF." '34 TTT" 'V was it Chris Dunkeson . . . "Well we made it, now it's on to the real world ... " Renee Duran . . . " Ed Duvall . . . Christy Elebario . . . "All my beautiful memories to A.C. Thanx! P.S. is AH!! Love you Susie Aridersom Thanks for making it a good year! You too Lisa G." Robert Elrick "l'm not kidding, I AM A Senior. Okay, then DON'T Be- lieve me. HM RULES FOREVER. WHO DARES WINS." Andrew Dunn . . . Joey Dye "Thank you fl Jesus Christ! I knew you'd pull me through!! Hey A-O-S! C.B. CRYEN!! K.W. CAN'T WAIT." Nancy Evans . . . "It's Time to say Goodbye . . . Remember the good times L.R.!!! Thanks for being there L.D. and R.G. Friends Forever L,R., L.D., K.C., K.K., JR. and S.D!" 67 Tracy Farrell "Lori thanks, I couldn't have done it without ya. Take care, B.B. 4 ever K? David stay the same always love ya!" Keith Ferrell "Excellence defines itself. Zap." iQf'f'fi.'ii.r0f ff 45 Laura Fisher . .. "Ye are the light of the world Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." Matthew 5:15-16 Joseph Fazio . . . "The treasure lies not in the goal achieved but in what is at- tained onthe Journey. My thanks to all. l love you E.H.S. Band!!!" Dawn Feuerstein . . . " R.P. Thanks for all the great times. Remember football games, parties, cruising, K.K,'S, etc. P.S. are those my jeans?! Mike Fisher . . . "Believe that Life is worth living and your belief will create the fact. Thanks S.S. S.W. J.F. J.S. A.B . . . ll . . . SPARKY! A special thanks to B.P." Daniel Feder . . . Kelly Filkins . . . "Hey V-8 remember the summer of 85. I love ya! K.l..- Where's the beach! Thats life! And to all my friends - I could of never made it without you." Richard Fisher . . . Gregory Feltz "We aren't always winners, but this is the life. we chose and we won't change or rearrange, and were not ever gonna lose! . 1-v Monique Fine ... "Wise are the Dreamers, Strong are the Believers they follow their dreams, never lose sight of them, hold on, and make them come true. Thanks Everyone! Katherine Fletcher . . . "A friend . . . a person ulike Zbe near . . . giveua hand, lendua ear . . . cheerful and thoughtful and fun Zknow. Thanks LD, LT, CQOQ, TQ, CR 4being there AF4EVER! QQ .. ii 'X' sf., Gavin Flury "Skiing more skiing and Heavy Metal Music! ACXDC Rock-nRoll Aint Noise Pollution Thanks to Lunch Crew KF, WP, NG AND Class of 86" Brad Freshman . . . "No matter how he tried he could not break free. and the worms entered his brain. Yes we will RISE ABOVE! Valerie Gage . . . "Before leaving pris- on, remember that freedom is merely the process of redefining your cage. thanx TLR, HW, GS, KL, JP, JD- I love you. Benjamin Foot . . . 'lZYl John Fullett . . . Kevin R. Gallegos . . . "The Key to hap- piness is having dreams. The Key to suc- cess is making them come true. l'll al- ways love you Britt." Robert Frazzini "Breaking the chains around me, no one else will bind me! The Night Hawk lives forever!!! R.S. EARL!!! "FORD""' Mark Furaus . . . "Dude! Look at that jeep!!fL.C. won't forget the PEP BOYS!!J Pamela D. Gallegos .. . "Keelar! Hey Ambar did we find the Eternal Buzz? The search is over Thanx SS. C.N. LC 8: MJ we're still talkin'. Have a good one LATERZY' Nathan Frederick . . . Nicole Gabe! "How High 1 Aim, How Much l See, How Far I Reach, Depends On Me. - Thanks Steph And Wendy, Remember D.C.fArcadia'? SCARY! V-8 gil" John H. Garbin . . . UD e , lil Patrick Garcia . . . "You can have the knowledge and you can have the ability, but if you're not given a chance, you have nothing." Christopher Gassler "lf you keep the faith in yourselfand in God, youjust can't fail. T.P., you've made me betterg I owe you one. ZIA TRAYS!!!". Joseph German . . . "Good things come to those that wait not to those who hesi- tate so hurry up and wait for the Lord - Thanks Bob, ST and J.C." 70 Regina Garcia . . . "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dreamsf Thanks Megs, Yea Sure!" Jeffrey Gauthier . . . "Thanx everyone, D.S., A.O., L.M., fthe S.M.F.J and es- pecially C.l-I., llove you P.S. Remember Bevear Town!". Steven Getz . . . Timothy Garcia . . . "It's been long but it's been fun so we must turbo on. Re- member C.W., G.S., C.D., J.W. 'Uncle Tim'." Linda Gautreau . . . "Don't worry, we'll put 'em in our purse . . . Thanks to Fla- gruns, Weebees, Jemez, Long Assem- blies, "86" and tag: Mostly Beck, Mols, Gonzo,Casper, Tat,and MP-TR!" Beth Geuder . . . "Lara, change the old- !What's the matter Renee, did he just take out the trash? Thanks LALRRO and 85-86 Cuadrillafznslj. l LUVU Larry, YWABMEL," fft, Stacey Garner "Thank -you B.P., D.H., L.D., D.H., J.C., C.K., P.E., R.N., Bob- my search is over-I love you! Here's to the Marriott! Good luck Ger- rye, Michele Gaylord . . . Gary Goldblum "Bea Boppers-re- member: Shanentay? Got you last? Na- tar? What happened to Ronald Niffna? What "yeah"'? No Desire? Let it stay forever now "psychedelic furs". Sandy Gomulka ... "La Jolla, Porsches, and Dobermans forever." Tirzah Gonzales . . . "I'm coming back to the reunion in the same old 1963 baby-blue Ford Fairlane with moon hubcaps and secrity alarm system.Tiff- you're the best-poofll' Sandra Graybeal "If you can not win, make the one ahead of you break the record!-Thanks for everything E.H.S!" 1 I Cardena Gonzales "Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me, and be my friend." -8 mf' RodoUo Gates . . . Darryl Green . . . Josephine Gonzales "All the good times and good friends at Eldorado will be remembered." Angela Gover "They're gon- e!!QA.H.J I LUVU CHRISSYKWA- DRIA is 2 cool! Thanks S.B. QMy cor- ruption budj WH00- AHSDJASBN. Jeffrey Green . . . Rey Gonzales . . . Terry Gray "God, family, good times, good friends, and memories.That makes life worthwhile.Take care J.K., S.H., M.M., R.G., P.M., B.D., B.W., B.G., R.S., B.C., T.O." j . Michele Greenwood . . . "Whom we love the best, to them we can say least. Thanks to my best friends -L.S. L.M., M.G.L.El-IS softball ffl. See Ya! Mur- phy Always!" 71 Ronda Grenemeyer "I Cor. 13. Scott, this one's ours. Andrea, here's to the dancing. Lisa, here's to the comedy. Michelle, here's to the talks." Robert Gromek "I'll cross that bridge when I find it. Another day to make my stand-Have a good life gang: see ya." Michelle Gutierrez . . . "I'm coming to my ten year reunion as Mrs. Albert Lol bato. EHS SOFTBALL jfl. Thanks for the best times M.G., C.D., Cl-I. Eddie Murphy Always!" Jamie Grifjis . . . Bill Grubb . . . "Like a song that's ev- erywhere, I can hear it screaming through the airg Long Live Rock and Roll. Terrel and Miles lost the war." Robert Hagen. . . "It was an age of rea- song it was an age of foolishness MCMLXXXVI lives on." Michael Grijyith . . . I if t Kenny Gutierrez . . . "People try to put us down just because we get around. Things, they look awful cold. I hope I die before I get old. D.F.F.L." Christopher Hall . . . Kathleen Grigsby . . . 'Wir Martha Gutierrez . . . 'gSmileg lifes just begun! Thanx for my senior year Christi! Friends forever: Lisa, Nil, Tra- cee, Danny, Brad, Trina, Tanya. and Michelles. Love ya Eldorado!" Dawn Halvorson "Thanks L.Y., B.fSJI-I., L.D., and J.C. for all the great times we've shared. All the best, I'll miss you!" Troy Hamby. . ."We may be crazy, but we ain't stupid! Thanks for the "Times" CA,BG,BW, and DO!" Jeffrey Hanson "Don't drink and drive you might spill your drink. Thanx for the cool times J.P., M.R., A.R." 1, Kenneth Harris . . . Kev Torsten Hanisch . . . "Thanks to every- one who helped me enjoy my stay in America as an Exchange Student. I had a great time with a lot of friends." James Harbinson . . . "Thank you for the memories. . . M.H., B.G., everyone, and especially u Natalie. Remember the Pep Boys and 86, Brew Crew I-I.S. is the greatest of times." Maurah Harrison . . . "How you use to- day will determine how tomorrow uses you." wr of , .,, . -. Jef Hansen "Great picture. We need to do some shares, don't you think J.O.'? I love Jalapeno Peppers and Heavy Metal!" Michael Harcourt. . ."l look at you all, see the love there that's sleeping: while my guitar gently weepsg I look at you all . . . -The Beatles" Jeffrey Harstad "Live and Pros- per." Laryl Hansen . . . "The heart hath its own memory, like the mind, and in it are enshrined the precious keepsakes." Michael Hargrove , . . mm Hatch Gb 1? e , Q l 73 , Elizabeth Hattler . . . "Great opportu- nities come to those who make the most of small ones. I love you Orlando!" 5 3 r I I Brant Heidlebaugh "The answer my friend, is blowin' in the wind. Please ... live simply ... .., so that others may simply live." .lack Henderson "Well, it's been great, Eagles. Thanx OEA and Key Club. Beware the full moon. Smack!S- mack! Smack! Thanks T.L,T.S,T.M, R.B,A.R, S.D,ECT. You guys are great. Signed, A True Christian." Andrea Head. . . "Ready now SD? . . . followed me through changes Get Out! I luvu SDJASBAGDMMK-P you know who ffl Sunflower room, JA. L.A.T.E.R Ag Jass ffl Go DaIlas!!" Joseph Heine . . . at Eileen Henke . . . Scott Heck . . . Michael Helman . . . Julie Henning. . . "We'll take the best- forget the rest and someday we'lI find- these are the best of times. Thanks to great friends, Ive finally made it ll!" ., ..., . . N. "' 2 'Q -11' Madeleine Hedlund . . . Heather Henderson . . ."To be or not to be is no longer the questiong The ques- tion is: How to be. Thanks E.M for un- derstanding me. Hey Boo-Boo!" Mario Herrera . . . "That brass ring is within my grasp. All I have to do is believe! Thanks PJKMSCAD BGPDDFSBKB for everything!" Shanna Hicks . . . "The tide of life is sometimes very rough, but each storm ridden through makes us a better cap- tain of our souls . . . Thanks for every- thing, Tim!" Beth Hinkle "Hey Ralph, let's go find a lizard-you're marvi! I-Iere's to the Soccer Team- you're all stallions Oh no l it's Dawn of the Dead! Laters, Eldor- ado!" Kathleen Hoganson . . . "KILLER TAMS! SCORPS KICK!! Never forget your B,P of U.I! Laters to: S.B,P.B, L.M!W.F.Y!" Ronald Hidalgo "Hey dudes, re- member Bill Ruff that bloody Ameri- can. Thanx AD, TI-I,TS,CK,JS and ex- pecially DB that's the way it is!'?!'?! , C311 l Nicole Hodgson. . . "I only want to see you laughing in the purple Rain. Thanks I-lB's Bonzai! Lin ya know! La Cuadrilla is the best. Love you D.T." Kevin Hole. . . "The four easy years are over, now it's time to get to work." lst. ' Charlie Hill . . . "Wish you were here Rusty. Eldoradogwords escape me. Thanks to the best of you: T.K.,T.R,B.D, C.C,R.G,L.R. Here we gowns, Karen Hoffman . . . "How long I have wanted this dream to come true, and as it approaches, I can't believe l'm through. I luvu always- J.R,L.D, N.E,G.S. A 511,35 if 'fir' Lisa Holman . . . Julie Hill "Thanks C.N, V.P. re- member the field! A.P remember the string! C.N.-K.T.B.W!I.L.!" Tiffany Hoffman . . . "Honest Officer Smith, for the four years l've been going here, I never knew that was just a one way gate. Reelim Reebf' Charlotte Holmes. . ."'Hi You !' 'Wee- ble do you Woble'!' 'I Get Around S.G.'s R341 ! 'Youth's like Diamonds In The Sun 8L Diamonds Are Forever - A.V. Thanx M.G,G..I 8L T.G" Jasmin Holmes. . . "I can do all things through my Lord Jesus Christ which strengthenth me. Especial thanks to M.H, R.M., D.T., G.T. and all my friends." Charlene Hauser . . . "I closed one door and now its time to open the next, to a new start. Thanks MM and MM. Nurses do it better." Steve Hueter "Thanks for the memories J.L., J.M., R.D., but now its time to Blaze! EHS Baseball kicks. P.S. Remember the "concrete. "1 LOVE YOU STACI!!" Qu 'N-Q.. Mike Holmquist . . . "Well, it's about time! Thanks for the memoriesg .l.H., GS., R.L., T.O., P.M., long live the Pep Boys!" Lesa Hovenga . . . Kurt Hughes. . . "Allow the Lord to be your confidence and he will keep your foot from being caught. Prov 3:26. We have something special M.R." Danny Holton . . ."Smurfs forever - 26- 25-22-13-34 Sky jumpers rule. Wanna go camping? On to college boys. Re- member the Mercedes." -J F pg Evelyn Howard . . . Mike Hutchinson . . . "Be humble . . . like dirt." 1-fi-vp 5. .s Cindy Hoppman "They are rich who have true friends. Thanks for shar- ing great times Chris D. Remember fish? But especially T.D. and S.R.'?" Mike Howell . .. Robert Irwin . . . Julie Jackson "Say to the Lord, "My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom l trust." Psalms 9O:2." Melinda Jeffers . . . "There are two ne- cessities in life: friends and M8cM's." NX ...J-Q viii' Eric Jones "For Esme- with love and squalorf' Monica Jackson "Thanx tor the good times Deb! "SWAN" 4-year and the Big A. Friday night ritual!" Todd Jenkins "Chevy big block rules. Right JLS-2'?! lt's party time M.B., M.A., and T.M. Bocephus is bad. Right T.M.!" Paul Jones "A person may never attain more or less than that which he truly desires." JoAnn Jankowski. . ."Thanx guys for a long awaited senior year, Duuude! I hate when that happens . . . but intoxi- cated rythm-Bartles-n-Jaymes. Love forever, Donitcha know, T.T." .Rh W 1 Q 'u.,i Gina Jimenez "When ever you dream your holding the key, it opens the door to let you be free. R..I.D." Tim Junker . . . "T.A. remember P.A., R.T., Y V.S., S.P., A.R. Kitty cat. All- right ch-eh-choice. bad lazer." Tim Jeunsonne. . . "lt's hard to fly with eagles when you work with turkeys." Craig Johnson . . . Barton Kahler "Reader, farewell, all happiness attend thee: May each New Year better and richer find thee." 77 Tammy Karl . .. David Kays . . . "Death to false metal, What's this new wave? Must be heredi- tary. Smoking Areas? WHAT!! Love Ya Val, Later Guys." Diane Kimball "Remember-the man on the top of the mountain didn't just fall there. Thanks to MKH." 78 l Unda Karlhaus "THANK YOU - EHS, my family and all my friends! This was a fantastic year!" Hugh Killin ... .lennyper Kipp . . . "May the sun shine warm upon your face until we meet again: May God hold you in the palm of his hand, Forever.PR.LP," ,of Q-qv! in .1 W ft- Neil Katz . . . Joon Kim. . . "People living in competi- tion, All I want is to have my piece of mind" Thanks for the piece of mind T.G., M.M., SH., and .LM Christie Kleven . . . Dorothy Kauffman . . . "Dudes! . . . Long live CORPORATION land com- panyj ! Thanx T.L. 8: K.M Love you, B.H .... Hey old .l.C. -take care." if-, Julie Kim ... Brian Knighron . . . "'The easy part of life is over and the toughest part hasjust begunf Argosy III" .nE 'l ,YZ Marrhew Kochis . . . Toni Kotzen . . . "A handful of feathers is better than two birds in a bush. VG, TO, SV. AM, TG, RO, and esp. Alicia ...THANX Y'ALL!" ' fm is Kerry Koenigsberg "People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care." Peter Koury . . . "Whenever you dream you're holding the key, it opens the door to let you be free - DIO" Mary Kohlman . . . "Let's have Z1 party! R.M. you owe me. lt's the Deaver! D-V is your leg cramped? Thanks for the memories. Beast forever. Love ya'll" mew. Jonathan Kovacs . . . "Where there is a will there is a way. The only limits one has are the ones he sets on himself." Kira Krueger . . . Christopher Kunstadt . . . Stephen Lambros . . . Amy Korthank "We're all Happy Cats in Jordasche, Mesita. Thanks for everything, K.B., Frog, 8: Jen.len. l love you all.-Y.l.C.U-" 3 s Noel Krenz "Thanks S.B., S.H., M.S. 8L L.M. Good times R.G. SL E.P. You're still special Robbie. "No one can take away your right to fight and to never surrender! CH." Kelly Lamport . . . "When God closes a door, he opens a window! I love you, mes petits chous - K.T., V.G., L.P., T.R., 8a T.G. Haven't we graduated YET'?!" 79 Gary Land. . . "I will tryjust for today. for you never fail until you stop trying." To all my friends "Thanks" especially L.M. I Love You." Darrell LaRoche . . . "Most people spend an entire lifetime searching for a dream, I have found mine and I am go- ing to pursue it." Laura Lazazzera . . . "Well, it's finally over!!! Thanx S.K., lVI.M., D.M., and M.M. I love you. Michael!" 80 Pamela Landis . . . "In all thy ways ac- knowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths. Thanks J.K., J.P., and V.V," Kim Lasira . . . "Thanks for the laughs, the good times and the memories. Friendship bracelets unite! I'll never forget about U.S.Q V-8 '86 fl!" Robert Lereh . . . Jennifer Lange . . . "Don't lose tomor- row, thinking about yesterday. Thanx MZ.. M.P., CM., N,K,, and especially L.T.- Remember C8cL- you're the best!" Duane Lawrence . . . "Thanks to K.P., M.M.. D.S., and especially '.l.D.' And to all my friends who are searching for the never ending 'buzz' VH" Teri Letz. . . "So long K.C., S.B., D.K., and J.C. Hello Rat Race! Just 'rembcr' friendship, vampires, full moons, and G.G. are forever." Michael Laris "It's not how big your pencil is, but how big you write your name that counts! I'll always re- member you's, S.A., J.G., L.P., D.B.!" ..5"1 Heather Lawrence . . . "I'll always love you Michael! Thanks for everything: .l.R., T.B., Y.P., R.P., Good Luck to T.B. 8a D.H. and .l.B. 8a J.S." Angela Lilley . . . "The bats have left the Belltower, the victims have been bled. The velvet lines, the black box, Bela Lugosi's Dead" Bauhavs Dawson List. . ."Don'tjust think about it do itll" iRM',, , ,,,. V. Q. Gilbert Loera . . . l Jeffrey Lowell. . ."The things you do in every day life is like a mirror: lt reflects on your future! S.l-l., .l.M., R.D., What's on sale?" ew 3 Eric Littlejord , . . "'Dude look at that Jeep,' Steel Pulse no where on this Earth can this Reggae be found, Veb '86' Late Looby" Robert Longstreet . . . Patrick Lowery . . . Tim Liu "Remember pressing H.B.A.'s, Blowing doors in the T.A., and the Horsey Sause. Thanks for ev- erything T.M., .l.H., M.K., S.M., and E.G." Darlene Lopez "I finally made it! Thanx everyone for making it so spe- cial! Especially Danielle and Mike! I Love You Mikel URMTLAN Albert Lucero . . . Dino Lodato . . . Kymberlee Louthan , . . "M.P. thanks forever, KD.-remember the sixth, green-California! VC-6 85 and V-8 861 won't ever forget!! JDG "say you. say me" - Can't see out the windows!" Peter Lucero Ml Q e , lil. Michele Ludwick .. "Non Carborun- dum Illigitimif' Cindy Maes . . . "They havc their own spirit, and it graces everyonc that comes ncur. I will always love CJ." Tom Mahon . . ,"Thc H.B.A.'s and fast cars, Yoda and Jabba, all was fun!!! Thanks for everything T.L., J.H., M,K., and also Sf., H.M., EG." 82 Kim Lunsrra . . . "Youth like diamonds in the sun and diamonds are forever. W.P.. What's Dad gonna say'?! STU- PlD!!!" Dominic Maestas . . . "Remember the day l died? J.B., T.M., J.W., .l.H., And don't forget the Bahamhas and good old J.D. at least l'm Alive l'll drink to that!!!" Pairick Mahoney. . . " . . . For what is life? lt is a vapour that appears for a short time and then vanisheth away. k'James 4:l4" I love You, MJ." David Lux.. . "Take it easy. if it's easy take it twice!!! J.J., it's not the meat it's the motion!!!" John T. Maez . .. ijt John Malcolm . . . Kimberly MacCurdy "Knowledge ol' the past highlights the present, but the future is yours to accent. My exis- tentialism precludes the prologue. Love MP.P., A.T., and T.R." Elizabeth Magee. . ."It's good to build castles in the sky as long as their foun- dations are attached to the ground." Renee Mangano . , . "Nobody can real- ly pull you up very high- you loose your grip on the rope. But on your own two feet you can climb mountains." Gregory Mannix . . . Eric Marrierta . . . Danny Marquez . . . "A student's life is a series of obstacles. One must escape only to find the obstacles in reality of much greater proportion. 86 Kix, re- member it." Anthony Mares . . . "Fine women, fast cars, imported beers, l've earned it for years." Jennifer Marks . . . "Let not your heart be troubled not let it bc afraid. THANX EHS: Boo Boo and Terr Bear 4-Ever!!! God Bless All My Friends." Greg Marsh . . . Richard Mares . . . "Thanks for all the great times, G.M., K.G., B.S., E.W.. S.C., R.N., S.W.. K.B., K.W.. NLS., N.K., I LOVE YOU, LISA!!! P.F.F.L. Rats." Denise Marler . . . Amy Martin . . . "There's no place like home-click-click-click-we're two of a kind, .l.R. U2 L.D.R-40-love Mainzer, you cuddle bug! LlVE!!!" CarolMargo...'LJohn 3:16 l ...2 . .. ZW N4 tl love to tease themb Weemos are too cool!" Phillip Marler "Get the clippers and bring the billy club, said the man with the gun." John Martin . . . "We thought we had the answers, it was the questions we had wrong. U2fll o'clockJ Thanks B.G., G.G., M.C., B.D., fReal Friendsj T.R.- You're hot!!!" 83 Gabriel Martinez . . . "l've seen the best there is, it's good to know that to- morrow gets better . . . "Forever alive, Alive forever. Thanx for all the memo- ries!" ir?" if i fi- Katheryn Mastin . . . "We only get one chance. but nothing ties our hands. Nothing l want is out of my reach." Linda Mayo. . ."Truthfully, Logically, persistently and cheerfully ever. Fear- fully. never. l love you, Gary! Good-bye Cuadrilla! H.B.'s forever ,.. BON- ZAl!" 84 f 'A Margaret Martinez . . . "Hey D.T., re- member 36.5 and please no more frozen bras! Thanks to all my friends for the good times! I LOVE YOU MAN- UEL!!" Kristi Maszk .. . "Ain't it funny how time flies when the best is yet to come. Okay, what else can we talk about. Mis?" Darren McAllister . . . Crystal Masoncup . . . "lsiah 53:5- He was pierced through for our transgres- sions, he was crushed for our iniquitiesg The chastening for our wellbeing fell upon him." Melissa Matelski , . . "I finally made it with the guidance and understanding of my dad. Ray und Lavonne. Thanx NLM., P.M., G.S., P.S.. B.H., and J.H. l love all of you!" Gregory McBeth "lt's been real, B.K., B.B., S.D., C.Z., 'Muffalo Guys' '86. I love you L.A.. With God on our side, we will make it. You Are my life." .lody-Reah Masters . . . l Debra May ... Matthew McClintok "Everyone will gather on the third of June. sitting on the stands to watch the fireworks dis- play. Rush, '86. Fear . .. " awry' s , ol A Barbara McCoI1ister . . . pears to be the end may really be a new beginning. Sugoi! Lookin' good KLC . . . Bonne chance elasse de '86!" "What ap- Alyssa Mead . . . "I love you the most, Greg Smith!! Thank you so much for all of the love and happiness. P.S. Cua- drilla, hairspray, "Heaven" E.H.S., 86 flu Eric Michaelson . . . Debra McCoy . . . Michelle Mellos . . . John Mickey. . ."Can you blame us for living our dreams? Just look around and you'll see why we don't want to follow the same routine!" Timothy McGrath. . . "Buried in shift- ed sand, stumbled into Myster. Hidden by the high command." Phillip Mendleson . . . "Go'?" Melissa Mills "l used to be con- fused, but now I just don't know Heidi. did you get something free for selling us those bracelets? P.S.- Hot Tubs!" Brian McLellan . . . Kyle Metz . . , "Jog one . .. Hey Stal- liontyou J,G.J, Gavin Keep Rocking, skiing and stay off the sidewalk! Wen- dy-remember DEKANY-TRAP, MAD MAX and the Buzz Mobile: Hey Fluffyiand .IohnJ." Milus Mins . .. Q19 e , i l l Misty Moffitt . .. Nancy Montieth . . . "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. Love ya Mom and Dad. Love ya Pooky Bear!" W Teri Morris. . . "Remember yesterday, plan for tomorrow. but live for today! Thanks to all of my friends who helped me out fC.W. 8: L.W.J I love M.G.C.!!" 86 Staci Molde "Believe in yourself and everything is possible. Cuadrilla is ffl. H.B.'s forever! Bonzai! l LUV U Steve. Thanx for everything EHS. L.Nl,B., say man ... " Natalie F. Montoya . . . "Your heart is your memory bank, a place to store your life." Devin Moss "Thanx for all the memories DSDAH AGSDJAJH and especially you - Mew! I love you guys! Let's have a party - l'm bored! Beast forever. Go Cuadrilla!" Myles Monroe . . . Natalie M. Montoya "What you are is God's gift to you, what you make of yourself is your gift to God." Kristy Moyer "Friends laugh at your silliest jokes. put up with your worst moods, go along with your cra- ziest ideas, and always see the best in you.p ILUVUKE.-" 41" ...Q 2 l Sean Monteith "What'? Yeah! Thanx, L.D.g MSLD, too! Bye!!" Richard Montoya. . ."Thanks for some great years L.S.Q.. The best of the Rockies. M.K. remember the appliance man?" Darrel Mummert "The Smurfs - Big guys play until they prove they can't, Little guys play when they prove they can! Thanks coach Johns .l.S, S.U, Smurfsf' l Roddy Navarro. . . "Academy stinks. I oughta know, I served my sentence there. Thanx Eldorado, l'm finally free. Hey, Hobbit, Jose Cuevro says hello. C HEERSV' Hien Ngo . . . "Love a flower, don't let flower fade Love a Book don't let Book fade As flower" Joseph Nunley . . . Scott Neilson . . . "lt's not the talent or knowledge that counts, it's what you have on the inside. Thanks GL, KH, RS, EW, MM and especially Wondaf' t Sr ,K Eftvf an LTNW if F xx, , X xy ' ry: K. o ' Q' Minh Hoa Nguyen "Give to love your hearth and hall. But do not give advice at all." Marni Oberkampf. . . "Listen to your heart and hold on to your dreams- Tri- umph. D.J.S., forever. Hey Squid, do red and blue make green'?! Let's go liz- ard hunting!" Kenneth Nelson . . . Brad Niggel . . . ml might not have al- wies been right, but l am never Rongf Thanks B.T., S.N., S.T,, M.R., for the best four years of my Life," Joel Oldham . . . Steven Nelson "Try your best to give results not excuses, thanks Brad, Laura, Stan and Brett!" Robert Nucci "Stand tall, don't think small, don't put your back against the wall. Shoot straight don't wait, to fire away! - Muffalos, TP, Unicorn." Thomas 0'NeiII "lt's been a real class! The Killer B's, Jemez, Wishing Well, ,86 andthe Cardinals, Good luck! Sloth, TK, PM. GS. Gomczonian, Casper. and Furlip." 87 Andy Oravecz . . . Carlos Osorio . . . Scott Oyler "Walk unto your dreams, and when you find them, take one more step." 88 Jorge Ortega . . . "The important thing in life is never let them shoot you down." Jason Owen . . . "lt's been great! Well, not that great . . . keep your spirits high no matter what happens . . . lt's easy. I Love You S.L. . . Remember. . . Philli- pians l:2l." --gsx A V- 47 . . 'Tf 'I : wa xes:-23 Joseph Padilla . , . "Whatever doesn't kill you only makes you stronger." Renee Ortega . . . "Believe in yourself. and all things are possible. Thanks for all the good times and Kwadria-you'rc the greatest. 'Time will Reveal' As you're so pretty." Renee Owen "lt was the darndest thing, This drunk dropped two cases of beer on a baby! Oh. don't worryrit was a lite beer." fait ,sw sa ' f' sw - f it ' Tammy Padrick . . . "We finally made it KH! Cruising, parties, guys, Scorps and New Wave, what a combo! Mona, you are rude WFYl" Anthony Ortiz . . . "lt was a great four years Eldoradog Thanks for it all. Hey guys remember the Campfires? Take care .l.lVl. D.S. S.F. S.M. especially M.l." Jane Owens . . . "Thanx JD,R.l,AD,JF, DB,DWl The male population watch out, cause here we come! Guess what girls-TOUCHDOWN!!!" Melissa Paglia "l've lived and learned with Nicole G., T.R, and Go- Go, Cooney and Russ B. Thanks forever Kym. Hey VC-85, V-86, Who said cheerleading was easy? Remember Aug. 2 'Heaven' Mikel" lsrael Parraz . . . Kermit Pearman . . . "Thanks S.B. J.P. and the football team for all the good times. Hello Jill. Hey Homcy from Wy- omingf' Lisa Perez. . . "To the best of friends in the World S.A,. D.S., S.B, N.W., A.M.. and all the gang! Also, to someone very special, S.S. Thanks for everything!" Yolanda Parsons . . . "'Compromise is simply changing the question to fit the answerf Hey Bimbo! Love Ya! R.B. You're the best! But really, 3l? Green M 8cM's forever!" Neal Pederson "'SKATE AND DESTROY, "The Faction. I love you Dina! 'I'm young, I'm wild, and I'm fi- nally FREE'-TRIUMPH." Carol Perovich "Those who walk the road to success, look ahead not back!" Stacia Pate. . ."And alone and without his nest shall the eagle fly across the sun. Thanks Mom 'n' Dad. I Love You!" Michelle Peeples "Act wcll your part, there all the honor lies."-A1ex- andcr Pope. 1985 world's record State Fair Pig-out. AP QSuper Picnicj 8: Bo Peep friends forever." Renee Perry "Whatever the chal- lenge, whatever the test, whatever you're striving for . . . give it your best! Thanx for all the memories D.F." Steven Pate . . . "Fear is the wall. G0 forth and storm the wall and move to the next one. B.H., J.M. You guys look marvelous." Pamela Pelky . . . Brenda Peterson . . . "Bueno Bye Party Scout- Party Buds- J.D., M.S., M.I-I., T.R., 8: L.M. Special good-bye to M.A. C.C., K.P., A.S., SL J.D." 89 Erik Peterson . . . "I refuse to have 2.5 kids, thercford l deviate from the norm and must endure comments from the ignorant." Griffin Pickard . . . "What you are is God's gift to youg what you do is your gift to God. To all my friends: Thanks for being so special! B-ball ffl: 'Bonieu' '1' ,L ,sms Jennifer Pike . . . "Believe in yourself. The only ladder to the stars is woven with dreams. Thanx K.G., KJ., P.L., V.V., and J.S. You made my dreams come true!" 90 Jeffrey Peterson "'ls there some- thing I should know? DD '86 forever. Keep hitting .I.H., M.R., Shyutip AR., B.D." James Pickens . . . Laura Pixton . . . Kevin Petre . . . MaryAnne Pierce . . . "Thank God for the great memories, good friends, and Cuadrilla. l'll never forget all the fun times we've shared, CC. A.S. B.A., NA.. .l.D., K.P., T.S., and T.H. Re- member Pepe?" Robert Plamondon . . . Kristy Perry . . . -Q---r Valerie Pierce "Yep! Well. lt's about time, eh?" David Platt . . . Antony Pomerleau . . . Wendy Preston. . ."Rise up with wings, like eagles. You'll run and not grow weary. U2 Dekany-trap always! l'll love you forever, Michael." Cynthia Quam "You ean't get where you're going unless you remem- ber who you are and what you are. Nev- er lose it and never ever surrender." Laura Porter. . ."You'll be a part of my day, if only in my thoughts. Nothing lasts forever. Ha-ha! Just kidding Jen!" Kim Prinzing "May there be enough clouds in life to make a beauti- ful sunset. C.C.A.S.J.D M.P,B.P.A.V. Pep Boys, Hemel, '86! Shotgun! Ski! Road Flags, Street Signs, JVVC6, KWADRlA!!!" Terri Quesada . . . "Boo Boo! We did it! Ready or not world! Here we come! Now, let's find the guy who parties Ital- ian Style!" .lennqer Powers . . . "C.P. we made it! Tonight we're on the loose! Thanx SA. L.C. here l come! Good times roll as soon as bad times go B.B." i Linda Proctor "How many roads must l travel before people can sec the real me? Thanks T.B., M.J., K.K., and T.S." Alexander Raab. . .ulmes made it! Hey dudes! JP, JH, JH, HS, RE, AW, JM, FM, and especially RP!" Michelle Prado . . . "Thanks EHS and friends for all the wonderful times. Love ya T.H., K.W., L.G., T.G. Re-Iimreeb homst osifer I didn't see any stop sign. .Cowan W? ',?i't'if1i!f-' Dawn Putman . . . Arvind Ruichur "'lmagine all the people living life in peace. You may say l'm a 'dreamer' but l'm not the only onef John Lennon" 91 Miguel Ramirez . . . John Reeve . . . Traci Reinhart . . . "I have the simplest of tastes I'm always satisfied with the best. SHappy eampers': I'll miss ya'lll With love, Party Mouse tV.C.E.G. and G.D.D.S ILU!J" Suzanne Rapagnani . . . "Hey Mr. Tru- jillo, Ish querudo me das unos ganas I Love you, Gene." John Regensberg . . . k'It's Abomidable you silly goose. Lets get out of here! Thanks A.B., G.M., M.C., .l.D.. A.R,, .l.A., J.P., R.R ... " Andrea Reitan . . . "A friend is one who understands you, but loves you any- ways. J.J., CM. All the best. R.G. and L.H. Don't ever forget who loves ya! Lory Ray . .. "Lets go Hawaiian .l.T. and K.M! Dunkin Donuts at 2:00 pm'?l'? Thanks L.M., J.T., K.M,,S.A. Pro- moises K.E.,!! Miss Higgins tBurchJ- YOU LOOK MARVELOUSV' Deborah Reich "Hey, C.P.-What new one do you have this time? Thanks for everything C.P., especially Mark. tRemember, I wasn't going to turn aroundf' Joanna Reniek. . ."Keep smiling, Keep shining . . . I'll be on your side forever- more. That's what friends are for. 'For- ever Young' . . . Trina, Sherri. and Heather. I LOVE YOU JORGE! Stanley Ray "Always give H0472- Jim Johns 'You aint got a hair' 'Bunchl Best friends Always Tex. Got your coat? Thanks G.L., l..M., KR., K.C., S.N." Todd Rein .,. Valerie Reyes . . ."I wish I could say it's been great ,... but it hasn't Except '84- '85 EHS Boys Basketball WAS great, Thanx guys, I love you all!" Jennjer Richards . . . Maria Rivero . . . "l'll always treasure the times we've spent together and thc times yet to come-Yea Monistery all thc way!" Matthew Rodrigues . . . "'ABAH DU- BAHI Joh, thanks for the best oftimes, and thanks for everything Dad, 'RANGERS LEAD THE WAY"' Harold Richardson "'To carnival, to earnival,fIn ribbons of red l'irefWith spokes of golden laughterj God drives the jingling world.' -cummingsf' Monica Robertson . . . "First-Deal with life, Then Dream Find Love, and don't lose it. Remember Goodies and the Bathroom! Thanks Mitch, Phread, S.S,M.B., S.B.,A.B., and A. .!" James Rogers g'Remember the strings. Spaghetti Hair, Stickers on chairs. and all the good times." Terasa Ridenover. . ."Ifyou love some- thing let it go, if it comes back it's yours, if it doesn't. it was never meant to be." Tracy Robinson . . . "Strive forthe very best in life, and live each day to the fullest." Michael Rogers. . ."Go for itall and be victorious in the end. "86" we've done it with style. Stay cool B.B.,M.S., D.D..J.B.,D.T.. J.D. "Chieken!" " Matthew Rivera . . . 5 . Luis Rodrigues . . . :qs J. Michelle Rose. . . "Do not pray to have an easy life, Pray to be a strong person. Yours forever K.H." 93 Maureen Roskom "Love you E.T.C.. Together we can wipe away the tears , . . Thunder roared and lightning cracked, but no rain would fall to quench the thirsty fields." Lara Ryzman "Beth is so cool, so cool! Don't be so Grumpy, Ren eel 85-86 Cuadrilla Kix! l Luv u Keith. URMTL. Thomas Salge "UZ, Turbo Pinto- ,God Rules! lf you mess with the Muf- falo, you'Il get the horns! Love you: R.B., B.W,, B.B., M.S., S.D., T.P.. Adam, Fitz. and Farrar." Patrick Royce "Jennifer, my love for you is everlasting. Remember all the Good times T.B.,P.S., D.H., S.S., D.M., S.V. Smurts forever Nice" Mike Sabisch . . . "Tough times never last, but tough people do! Remember the chicken! NLR., B.B." Stacy Salo "Take Life as a crazy gamble, throw your dice, take a chance- Scorps-Yay!!! l love you, Ed! Thanks D.W., J.S., E.J.B."Donuts-l'm Starv- ing." Paige Rudolph "Mom and Dad: Since l've graduated, can l please stay out past l2:3O on weekends? Brendan, my favorite dead rabbit, remember mc always! Chow!! Michael Sahd. . . "l have a bumblebee in my mouth! ...T.F.C." Debbie Sanchez . . . 'Thanks to all my friends for getting me through this year. Especially C.K., L.P,P.L. and Mrs. H1 C.K. member alive and kicking! 'Good- night! "" Robin Rupe . . . of' , ff,f.1:- ,af A I 'flax i 1 ' . ' I ' l ffff Michelle Salas . . . "Thanks to Crysta- lin and Kathy for the good times. Thanks to Christine and Kim. Heres to you S.S.Lovc those Eyes." ' "" ..,. K aff, Mark Sanchez . . . Natalie Sanchez . . . "lf I haven't seen it or done it, watch out because here I come! To all the good times M.A., S.B., B.S.! Tamantha Sauerssig. . ."I'm searching for the understanding that man isjust a fool. New Religion" Howard Schreyer . . . Brian Sandoval . . . "Stability, Satis- faction, Survival, "Welcome to the Ma- chine.Take heed, and the world is yours. Show disregard, and y0u're going down, down, down, Missy Savage. . ."lt's been great EHS. l'll miss ya! Thanx for everything K.M and H.S. Let's talk about something else, Kristi, ok'?! I love you M.B" Stephanie Schuessler . . . Joann Santangelo "If you love something, set it freeg if it doesn't come back to you, hunt it down and kill it!" Judas Priest Rocks." Beth Anne Schiffer "Believe in yourselfg make your dreams come true. Let your light shine. I love you, thank youg EHS, Family, Friends Jesus. I,P,T,L,F,Y,S,A. K.T. Smile I Cor l3." Shannon Sealzorn . . . "I can merely ask for patience and time, for only with those will love flourish. I Corinthians l3! Thanks Screamin Eagles! Sandro Sargespanti . . . Rick Schnubel "MOPAR LIVES FOREVER, Smoke shows, Speed Lim- its are B.S., I can't Drive 55, R.F. Earl Livesl!!" Guy Sears. . ."Thanx, fore the stoopen- dust EJOKASHUN Los Altos, The Money, The Nice Car, and the Friends. SA, JS., A.H, M.N., But Especially K.K, and L.D. 95 Paul Self... "Thank you to all my friends and Eldorado for all the memo- ries. Smurfs Rule Forever- l3, 22, 25. 26, 34!!" SQ' 3, as - .gf Qs! Lisa Simon "Pursue your desires and dreams. With God's help and your determination, you can make them hap- pen. Thanx K.L., S.S.. B.G., you're the greatest!" Scott Slade . . . 96 Angela Shaver . . . Eileen Sims . . . "I may not always be perfectly wise, or perfectly wonderful, or perfectly witty, but l'm always per- fectly me. Long live green M8LM's! Thanks Mongoose." if err Lisa Slater . . . Janet Shumaker . . . 145 Monika Singleterry "N.K., S.B., remember New Years? Summer of '84, wild L.M. Memories of Europe M.B.'? Thanks V-8, Luther lives! Always in my heart J.P., N.C., C.D.. 8a D.P." Mark Smith . . . "Don't follow me, be- cuase my steps in life are to large for you to keep up." Lauriann Sikora "Heading some- where over the rainbow to a world of pure imagination while still singing in the rain because-anything is possible . . . Take care my friends." Richard Skelton . . . l l Michael Smith . . . "Always Hy like an Eagle and soar above the rest. Thanks Eldorado for all the memories. Muffa- los forever. '86 Kicks!" Robert Smith . . . Richard Spencer "Life is like a sandwich: the more you add the better it gets." Allen Stanley . . . Scott Smith . .. Steve Spinks. . . "Remember Darlings, it is better to look good then to feel good. Smurfs are number one. Did someone tell Highland?" Rebecca Stanley . . . Heather Snyder "True happiness consists not in the multitide of friends. but in the worth and choice. l'll miss you: M.S., H.W., LM., MO., K.lVl.. C.B., Wimbleton, Heidil" Steve Spriggs . . . "lt is better to be si- lent and be thought a fool. than to speak and remove all doubt." Anthony Stephens . . . "lt took me 12 years to get here, and didn't get any- where. Thanks for all the great times: G.L., D.W., M.P., A.M., B.W., S.S., L.M., R.R." Matthew Spalsbury . . . l Rebecca Spring . . . "l have run the great race, I have finished the course, I have kept faith and now the prize awaits me-llTim. 4:7,8." Johnny Stephens . . . "l'm glad to keep memories. Now bigger experiences. Thanks to my friends. Stay lucky cause even when you're good, you can be topped by better." 97 Melanie Stepp . . . "Dream the life you live and live the life you dream. Ya'll have a good one and keep smiling!" l Krista Stockebrand "People think I'm crazy, but it takes all my time. I.ife's been good to me so far. l.L.U,R.B." Kristin Strauch . . . "Life is a mystery to live, not a problem to solve." v W.F.Y.-" 98 David Stichman "I will not be a puppetg I cannot play it safeg I'll give myself away with a blind and simple faith-Triumph. S.W.-STATE" Jennifer Stomp . . . "Friends are won- derful, but love is the best. Thank you. Charles!" Julie Straus "It was the best of times: it was the worst of times." Joettu Stilwell. . ."Thank you R,B. for the best year ever. . .I love you! Thanks L.B. for many GREAT weekends!!! Good luck next year L.G.S. before I graduate." its -'r Steve Stott . . . "Hey Stuk, 'Class Dis- missed.' Thank God for mesa parties. Thanks M.M,T.M., E.S.,C.S.,M.S. Hey 'Mosh' Mazatlan here we come!! Party Hardy!" y s Natalie Stroud. . ."Don't walk in front of me- I may not follow. Don't walk behind me-I might not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend." 'x 4 t. 'ff ff-as at I I trys tg . is t it 1 , ' . .v . res Gary Stirbis "It won't make you rich, but money can't buy you Pure Stoke. Steel Pulse. Thanks V.G., T.O., lVI.H., T.R., H.W." Jena Strahan "Ditches, Smiley faces. TA's. curbs, and Mopsey make me feel so good! S.A. and M.D. your the best!" Kari Struve . . . "Far away in the sun- shine arc my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but believe in them and try to follow where they lead." Mary Stuart "Thanks J.D., K.P., M.P., B.P., K.S. und R.O. You're so pretty! Thanks Kwadria. your memo- ries will remain with me always. keep- ing me forever young." Jacob Stuyvesant. . . "To Kary and Al- ice. For the care and friendship, always remembered ... M.A., J.J., M.B.- What're wc gonna dol? Mark. Bro., Me, and Tim, THE LAST FOUR!!!" Carmen Sweeney . . . "Doing what you like is freedomg Liking what you do is happiness. All my love to you, Karl." Mark Stueven . . . Josh Stuyvesant . . . "'Thanks for every- thing Kim, I'II never forget you. Mark, "You know what it is'?' Todd, 'I'm not racingl' Bro.,M.B.,M.A., TJ., especial- ly Tim." X- ,f-'4 Stanley Tafoya . . . Mike Stukas . . . "Always keep reach- ing for your dreams. 'Follow your heartf Thanks S.S., C.S., ES. and M.M for a great senior year. Good luck in the future. LATERS AYE." Danelle Summers "At E.H.S. I gained far more than an education. Lov- ing everyone, I never Iostg I merely gained more." Dianna Tartaglia . . . "T.Q. wese good beaches! Let's stay crazy forever. Thank you Jimmy for all your love. M.M. remember 36Vz. Thanks to all my friends. J.D. FOREVER!!!" Eric Stults . . . "I-Iow 'bout them Soon- ers E.W. I love you, Kim. You're my inspiration." Kari Sutherland. . . uThanks for all the great memories Caudrilla. I love you, Pat!!" Lori Temple "When the doors of perception are cleansed, man will know things as they truely are, infinite. You're the best Tracy! I love you, Mi- chael!" 99 Kelley Thompson "With all the world's sham. drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world- Thanks to our Lord. God Bless Kelly L." Brett Tidler. . , "You don't know which way the wind blows. So how can you plan tomorrow? Acts 2. Nyleen Troxil . . . "These dreams I saved for a rainy day: They're finally coming true. l'll share them with you. Now wc hold the future in our hands." 100 Paul Thompson . . . Lisa Toops . . . "Live for the future, for it is all you have. Yesterday is the past and cannot be relived. Thanks every- body, J.S., M.F, M.L, and Q.O.L!" v-Jvc, Jason Turpin . . . few 'mf Ellen Thorton . . . Janet Towne "Remember Dunkin Donuts at 2 AM? Blizzards? Hawaii here we come!" Pun'kin you'll be in my heart8Ldreams foreverg I love youll" Deanna Tusehhoff. . . "I have only trav- eled half the rainbow: when I reach the end, there will be more than the glitter of gold-The love for Ken." Kurt T hroson . . . "l've got to keep on chasing that dream, Though I may nev- er find it, I'm alwaysjust behind it. I'm taking my time . -Boston." Jacob Traub . . . Michael Uher "Eldorado, thanks for the inspiration to go on. U2 is the best. Thanx B.W. K.H. .I.M. M.D.. C.D., T.S. Lisa Urbassik . . . "Imagine all the peo- ple Iiving in Peace- As one-John Lennon. Good luck corporationg Love to all, especially S.W. 'When you're strange?" 1115 John Vierra . . . "Happy are those who dream dreams and are willing to pay the price to make them come true. Victoria Vittitoe. . . "May the prints ol' unshod hoofs always mark the land. Skylar Hansen . I Luv LMJPJS, PLJCNT, ACDL, Huey, Dracula For- ever! Go Band, Good Luck All." I Karina Van Veen . . . "Show me some- one whose never made a mistake and I'II show you someone whose never achieved anything. I love ya. C.P, D.W, M.D,and K.V.!!!!" Randy Vigil . .. "If the lord simply handed us everything we wanted in life, He would be taking from us our greatest prize, Joy of Accomplishmentf' Craig Wall "Never fear. Il' fear thou hast in they heart. O brother, pray banish it forthwith- A Clockwork Or- angef' Kristin Van Veen "Thanks every- one, especially Cuadrilla, for four great years. I love ya Kev, Moose and Deb. TV and Sigma Nu! Yuppieland here I come." Clifford Villa . . . "It is not so impor- tant what you believe in, but you've got to believe in something." Doug Ward . . . "Don't let rejection of any sort bring you downg let it help you to strive harder to attain your goal! Muffalo guys forever!!l86!!!!" l Diane Vetter. . ."Just remember every- one. everything always comes back to you in time!! Hey Moana. And Iet's not forget Bozo! Hey Skronk puppy." Scott Villane . . . "I have built a dream in my mindg now I must go forth to place the foundation beneath it. Thanks Don, Hubey. Lubey, Pubey and Rillem Reebf' Kyle Watts . .. Q e r, IIDIII vnu' Britt Weathers "Life's true happi- ness is found in the friendships we make along the way. Thanks Kevin for all the good times. I love you. I-IB'S Forever!" Bruce Welton . . , "The closer I became to you, the greater you became to me' May I have been an instrument, Lord, to share you grace with others. Thanks Eldorado." .lon Whitaker "Ya Bunga's, Tim and Ricardo! Remember: Shadow l, I-lalloween,X-mas lights, mail boxes, out-houses, and the "Whit mobile"! Thanx to everyone in Eng! K.F., B.W., R.D., S.B.! Take care Cas!!" Deanna Webb . . . Heidi Wengert . . . "Eat, Drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we have school! I luv u-U-G, T.R. GS. K.C. K.L. M.M. K.W, B.M,-H.S, L.Y. K.C." Katie White . .. Eric Webster. . . "The leaves are falling all aroundg it's time I was on my way. Thanks to all my good friendsg l've had a very pleasant stay." Wendy West . . . "Hey Kar, remember the Boxx? That was the best! Thanx. .I.B. never forget the apple. J.C thanks for always listening! Remember Rick guys?" Keila White . .. 1 Shannon Wellons . . . "Well, this is it, l finally made it! Long live the party life! Hang in there Mike and Maria. I love you A.M.M." Kevin Westad . . , "Those who deserve my appreciation are tough-minded Cnet big-headedl enough to know it for themselves. Take care of yourself." Stacy Whitehead "Hey Good- bye, Goodbye is Forever. Thanx: Max, DD., A, P.S., S.T.S., a-ha, Sing Blue Silver, View to a Kill, Roland Simmons, Assorted: lVIaGes, Capitol, Tritec, J.T." Jason Wolf. . . Amy Wyman ,,. Phillip Zuffery. . . "Reach out for your goals today, they may be gone tomor- row, and yesterday will be the chance you missed. Argosy III. Greek forever! Fiat." 104 David Woll . . . "Remember the good: Forget the bad. Thanks K.M. for the good times. Good luck T.S., M.S.. B.W. and K.G" Laura Yeary . . , 111. ,,f , Mark Zbylur "Thanks for every- thing Stefg l love you. K.C. EH,EM,NT, and A.S. Thank you for being my friends." Robert Woodside . . . Shari Yeazell , , , "No one can stop us. nothing is in the way Loves swcet surrender steals an embrace and kisses away thetcars. . . I love you, Timothy!" .,.. ,.g3,1,f,zP5:, ' f Qggekii Brian Wright . . . "Live for today as if tomorrow never comes.. RJD Hey BG, are Joggers in season? G.F-l'll throw you a pennyg tell me a story?" LeeAnn Young. . ."and more than any- thing I know I want to hear you say, 'she had her fathcr's eyes."' Senior X! 1 Q l .ami atm-k Royce Most Likely T 0 Succeed Kristin Cole oun A nsloan Best Athlete M ost Popular 9 James Harbinson 2 Q e it , , F rtentlllest Most Likely To Beth Schiffer Leeann Young Most S tudious Be Remembered Myles Monroe Renee Orregu Cutest Smile Kimberly Lourhan Gavin Flury Prettiest Eyes 529 5 , ' A Ti jjan y Hoffmann Best Dressed Q Q W vs 108 Broadway Bound Chuck Martin Wendy Preston Most Spirited Heart breakers Renee Owen Cathy Caldwell Class Clown Most H uggable Monika Singleterpy Brian Knighton N icest Car 1 ,.-n 9 Q W Q 109 Seniors Soared Through Activities Steve Aguilar FCA 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Spanish National Honor Society 3,45 Track I,2,3,45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. Mike Aiken OEA 25 Racquetball Club I. Sherry Albrycht GoU 25 Nursing 3,4. Willaim Allan Marilee Alvarez DECA 3,45 Basketball I,2,3. Jeffrey Anastasio ROTC 3,4. Natalie Anderson FCA 3,45 Ski Club I,2,3,45 Soccer I,2,3,4,- House of Representatives I,2,3,45 Sophomore Board 25 Senior Cabinet 45 Swimming and Diving 3. Rick Anderson DECA 3,45 Football 1. Joan Ansloan FCA 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Softball I,2,3,45 Freshman Forum I5 Young Life I,2. Megan Anthony Gold Rush 3,45 Concert Choir 2,3,45 Girl's Ensemble I5 Freshman Forum 15 Senior Cabinet 45 Young Life I,2,3,4. Jeffrey Arbon Football 1. Susie Arnold Apathy Club 3,45 DECA 35 FCA 25 OEA 45 Ski Club 3,45 Track 25 Freshman Fo- rum I5 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet5 Young Life I. Larry Ashby Football 15 Senate I5 House of Repre- 110 sentatives 1,25 East Area Student Advi- sor Council I. Alessandra Bachard French Club 35 Drama 2,3. Jerry Baldoni Charles Bannister FCA 45 Ski Club 3,45 Basketball 45 Football 2. Diana Barott Gold Rush 2,35 Concert Choir I,2,35 Homecoming Talent 25 All State Girls Chorus I,2. Sarah Baron Color Guard 25 Concert Choir 2,3,45 Girl's Ensemble I5 National Honor So- ciety 3,45 National Junior Honor Soci- ety 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Flag Corps Treasurer 25 Choir Treasur- er 4. Sherri Barrett National Honor Society 45 National Ju- nior Honor Society I,2. Katherine Bazan Girl's Ensemble I,2,3,4,' OEA 45 Golf I,2,3,45 House of Representatives 3. Karen Beezhold Girl's Chorus 35 Volleyball 3,45 Young- life 3. Sherrie Bell Concert Choir 3,45 Girl's Ensemble 2. Joellen Beller OEA 3,45 Cross Country I5 Swimming and Diving I,2,3,45 House ofRepresen- tatives 25 YounglUe I,2. Trina Marie Bellettini Volleyball 4. Linda Belmont Apathy Club I,2,3,4. Ron Bender Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 2,3. Samora Bennett Basketball 15 Softball 2,3. Kimberly Berry Girl's Ensemble 2,35 Mixed Chorus I5 French Club 25 Ski Club 1,2 Tara Bessen Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 2,3,45 Wind Ensem- ble 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Jumior Honor Society 25 Spanish National Honor Society 3,4. l Carol Bickelman FCA 2,3,45 La Quadrilla 3,45 House of Representatives 2,3,4. Bryan Biedscheid W FCA 3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Ski Club 45 Track 45 House of Representatives 3. Robert Bitto Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marchingl BandfSymphonic 2,3,45 National Hon-1 or Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Spanish National Honor Society Treasurer 3,45 EHS History Day Ist Place 35 Eagle Express tStage Band III 2 I. Allen Bivens Golden Marching BandfSymphonic I,2,3,45 Screamin' Eagles 3,45 Golden Image 25 Wind Ensemble 2, 3,45 Cycling Club 45 House of Representatives l,2,4. Scott Bollig Ski Club I,2,45 Soccer I5 Younglife I. David Bowman GARP 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Soccer 25 T rack 2,3,4. Kevin Brannon Football I,2,3,45 Wrestling 15 Who's Who for Football 3. Enne Brass antasy Club I,2,3,45 Key Club 2,35 Oc- 'agon Club 15 Ski Club 1,25 House of epresentatives 2,35 T hespians 3,4. ill Broome Wrestling 1. arry Brown lAguila 2,35 International Club 3,45 ational Honor Society 3,45 National 'Vunior Honor Society 25 Save 3,45 Span- sh Club 3,45 Spanish National Honor ociety President 35 NCTE Finalist 35 istory Day 3. inda Brown olden Eagle Marching BandfSym- honic I,2,3,45 Wind Ensemble 35 Color uard 1,25 National Honor Society 3,45 ational Junior Honor Society 25 Band ecretary 35 Band Vice-President 45 P. eam 3,45 Curad 15 Zildjian Children ,3,45 J. C. Fanclub l,2,3,4. obert Dean Brown ey Club 1,25 Golf I,2,35 Who's Who nd High Honor Roll I,3. imberl y Broxterman irl's Ensemble 1,25 Mixed Chorus 15 rench Club 45 Ski Club I5 Cross Coun- y 25 Thespians 3,4. orothy Buell old Rush 3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 Girl's nsemble 25 Mixed Chorus I5 Eldorado ance Team I5 International Club 3,45 ational Honor Society 3,45 National unior Honor Society 25 Ski Club 45 Ju- ior House 35 Senior Cabinet 4. herri Burchett occer I,2,3,45 Track 15 House ofRepre- entatives 3,45 YounglUe 1,3,4. Shannon Burgess FCA 45 FHAXHERO 15 La Quadrilla 45 Ski Club 25 House of Representatives 1,25 Freshman Forum 15 Senior Cabinet 4. Cathy Caldwell Ski Club I,2,35 Soccer 25 House of Re- presentatives 35 Freshman Forum 15 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 3. Thomas Callander National Honor Society 3,45 Cross Country 25 Soccer 25 Shape H. S., Bel- gium I,2. Terry Culpepper House of Representatives 3. Jennifer Campbell OEA 3,45 Ski Club 1. Brent Cannedy FCA I,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Basketball I,2,35 Cross Country 15 Soccer 1,25 Track 15 Staters 3,4. Kathy Carlow French Club 1,25 International Club 25 Ski Club 25 Soccer 1,35 House ofRepre- sentatives 3. Kathryn Carmichael National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Science Fic- tion Club 3,45 Spanish National Honor Society 3. Maria Carrillo Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 25 Key Club I5 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 National Ju- nior Honor Society 1,25 Octagon Club 25 House of Representatives 25 Freshman Forum 1. Sherri Celnik DECA 45 French Club 45 Track 4. Lawrence Chafin Baseball I,2,3,45 Football I,2,3,45 Wres- tling 1,25 House of Representatives 15 Smurfs 3,4. David Chavez Lisa Clark National Honor Society 45 National Ju- nior Honor Society 2. Melissa Cline Soccer 4. Kristin Cole Who's Who in American High Schools 45 Tribute to Excellence 45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Hugh 0'Brian Youth Foundation 25 Class President 35 Class Secretary 15 House of Representatives I,2,3,45 Student Senate 2,3,45 Home- coming Chairman 35 Central District Student Council 3,45 NASC Convention 45 NMASC Convention 2,3,45 NMASC Workshop 2, 3,45 Eagle Spirit 45 S taters 3,45 Girl's Nation 45 Prom Princess 35 Youth in Government 3,45 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Sophomore Board 25 Freshman Forum 15 Ski Club 35 Traf- jic Safety Task Force I,2,3,45 Signal Team 2, 3,45 Birthday Fiesta Gang 2,3,4. Susan Conley Eldorado Dance Team I. Sean Patrick Conners Ski Club 3,45 Tennis 45 Rodeo Club 3,45 Modeling 3,4. Micaela Cordova DECA 3,45 Freshman Forum 1. Rebecca Lynne Sumiko Corley Martial Arts Club 35 National Forensic League 2,3,45 National Junior Honor lll Society 1,25 Chamber Orchestra 1,2, 3,45 Speech Team 2,3,45 All-State Music I,2,3,45 Albuquerque Youth Symphony I,2,3,45 Strolling Strings I,2,3,4. Ramonalynn Corona Apathy Club 3,45 Golden Band I5 Gold- en Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 2,3,45 International Club 3,45 Ski Club I5 House of Representatives 2,45 Fresh- man Forum I5 Sophomore Board 25 Ju- nior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Young- life 2,3,4. Kelly Covington Thespians 3,4. Heath Crabtree National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 25 Baseball I5 Football I5 T rack 2, 3,45 House of Repre- sentatives 3. Jana Cranfill Concert Choir I,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor So- ciety I,25 Spanish National Honor Soci- ety 3,45 Spanish National Honor Soci- ety Secretary 45 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 All State Choir 2. Christine Crawford ROTC 45 ROTC Drill Team 4. Carla Curb OEA 4. Sharon Elaine Curgi Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 2,35 FCA 3,45 Key Club 3,45 Tennis I,2,45 House ofRepre- sentatives 35 Freshman Forum I. Cathy DaSilva DECA 4. Lesley Davies Eldorado Dance Team 15 La Cuadrilla ll2 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 25 Track 2. Robert E. Davis National Honor Society 3,45 Ski Club I5 Soccer 25 Wrestling l,2. Robin Rae Davis Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic I,2,3,45 Screamin' Eagles I,2,3,45 Wind Ensemble 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 25 Freshman Forum I5 NCTE Semi-Finalist 35 Solo Ensemble I,3,45 Drum Major 3,45All-State Band 2,3,4. Scott DeLap FCA 3,45 Key Club 2,45 Gymnastics 3,45 Wrestling 2. Bryan Dennis Chris DeVries Cross Country 45 Soccer l,2. Christina Diaz Young Life 1,25 Campaigners 1,25 Tech- nical Theater 1,25 Track 3. Alysa Dietz French Club 2,3,45 National Honor So- ciety 3,4. Julie DiTucci OEA 3. Randy Dobbs DECA 3,45 Baseball 45 Basketball 15 Football 4. Brian Dodge Basketball 1,35 Soccer 2,3,4. Brendan Doherty Apathy I,2,3,45 FCA 1,2,35 Football I5 Volleyball 45 House of Representatives 2,35 Freshman Forum I5 Thespians 2,3,4. Shauna Donovan FCA 2,3,45 Court 35 Basketball I,2,3,4 Track 1,35 House of Representative, I,2,35 Freshman Forum I5 Young Life I Wim Dons Motorcycle Club 4. Melissa J. Dotson Apathy Club 3,45 El Aguila 25 Frenci Club 35 Chamber Orchestra I,2,3,4 Strolling Strings 2,3,45 Freshman Fo rum I5 Sophomore Board 25 Junio House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Young LM 2,3,4. Theresa Dove Peter Dowling Apathy Club I,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 4 Mock Trial Team 45 National Forensi League I,2,3,45 Speech Team I,2,3,4 House of Representatives 25 NMS4 State Qualifer 2,3,45 National Foren sic League Degree of Special Distinc tion 3,45 NMSA State Congress 2 NMSA National Forensics Leagu Tournament 2,3,45 YMCA Youth in Goi ernment Representative 3,45 Albuquet que City Speech Tournament I,2,3,4 Central East District Tournament 2, 3,4 First Place Oratory District Tourni ment 35 Second Place Lincoln-Dougla Debate City Tournament 35 Optimis Oratorical Contest 1,25 Second Plac Optimist Oratory I5 First Place Opti mist Oratory 2. Linnea Dueker DECA 2,3. Lisa Dungan Thesbians 3,4. Jennifer Dunham Ski Club I,2,3,45 Freshman Forum 1 Senior Cabinet 4. Ray Anthony Duran Football 1,25 VICA 4. Renee Duran Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic I,2,35 Wind Ensemble 1,25 DECA 35 Basketball 25 Soccer 1,2,3. Karl Ehl Robert P. Elrick Volleyball 1,2,3. ,Nancy Evans IVICA 3,4. Tracy Farrell VICA 3,4. Joey Fazio Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic I,2,3,45 President Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 45 Screa- min' Eagles 3,45 Golden Image 25 Wind Ensemble 2,3,45 National Honor Soci- ety 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Spanish National Honor Society 3,45 President Spanish National Honor Society 45 Young Life 1,2,35 National Junior Ski Patrol 45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 3,4. Daniel Feder Apathy Club 3,45 Mock Trial Team 25 National Forensic League 2,3,45 Ski Club 1,25 Speech Team I,2,3,45 House of Representatives 1,25 S taters 3,45 Speech Team Treasurer 45 State HUM. Interp. Champ 35 Contestant National Speech Tournament 3. Dawn Feverstein El Aguila 25 FHAXHERO 1. Kelly Filkins Cheerleader 1,45 House of Representa- tives 3. Monique Fine El Aguila 25 French Club 2,3,45 Interna- tional Club 45 Chamber Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Strolling Strings 1,2,3,45 Trail- blazers 3. James Fisher Golden Band 15 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 2,3,45 Eagle Spirit 3,45 Football 15 Swimming and Diving I,2,3,4. Laura Fisher Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic 1,2,3,45 Golden Image 2,3,45 Track 2. Katherine L. Fletcher GirI's Chorus 2. Gavin Flury Football 1,2,3,45 Court 4. Ben Foot Brad Freshman Ski Club 45 Football 1,25 Swimming and Diving I,2,3,4. John Fullett Ski Club 25 Baseball 1,25 Football I5 Golf 25 Wrestling 1. Mark Furaus Ski Club 2,3,45 Gymnastics 3,45 Soccer I,2,4. Nicole Gabel Cheerleader 1,45 FCA 45Athletic Train- ers 35 National Honor Roll 3. Valerie Gage Gold Rush 45 Concert Choir 45 French Club I,2,3,4,' National Junior Honor Society 25 Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Track 1, House of Representatives 1,25 S taters 45 Class Treasurer 15 Junior House 35 Sen- ior Cabinet 45 Young LU'e 1,25 Field Hockey and La Crosse I. Kevin Gallegos Baseball I5 Basketball 1,25 House of Re- presentatives 1,2. Pam Gallegos Mixed Chorus 1,2,3. Pat Garcia Baseball I,2,3,4. Regina Garcia Young Life I,2,3,4. Stacy Garner Color Guard 2,45 Soccer 1,3,45 Young Life 3,4. Chris Gassler Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic 3,45 Screamin' Eagles 45 Golden Image 35 Wind Ensemble 3,45 Staters 3,4. Michele Gaylord Golden Band 15 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 2,35 Swimming and Diving 1,2,3,45 Co-captain Swimming 3. Joe German Gold Rush 3,45 Concert Choir 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 15 French Club 35 Key Club 45 ROTC I5 Cross Country 4,- T rack 3,4. Beth Geuder FCA 3,45 La Cuadrilla 45 National Ju- nior Honor Society 2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 15 Freshamn Forum I5 Sophomore Board 2. Sandy Gomulka National Honor Society 3,4. Josie Gonzales Tennis 3. RodoU'o Gotes Angela Gover Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 25 FCA 3,45 Key Club 113 15 La Cuadrilla 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 House of Represen- tatives 2,35 Class President 15 Class Secretary 2,35 Freshman Forum 15 Soph- more Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Pep Band 25 Symphonic Band 3. Terry Gray FCA I,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Ski Club 45 Golf I,2,3,45 Gymnas- tics 35 Soccer I,2,3,45 House of Repre- sentatives 1,35 Who's Who 4. Sandy Graybeal National Honor Society 2,3,45 Track 25 Volleyball I,2,3,45 German Club 2,3,4. Darryl Green ROTC 3. Jeff Green Golden Band 15 Ski Club 4. Michele Greenwood Girl's Ensemble 2,35 Mixed Chorus I5 Basketball 15 Softball I,2,3,45 Thespi- ans 4. Ronda Grenemyer Court 35 Softball 2,3,45 Volleyball 25 House of Representatives 35 Young Life 1,2. Brad Gryfith Gold Rush 25 Concert Choir ?,2,' Nation- al Forensic League l,2,3,45 Speech Team I,2,3,45 Staters 3,45 Speech Team V-P 4. Robert Gromek Ski Club 3,45 Soccer 2,35 Track I. Bill Grubb Football I,2,3,45 Who's Who among American High School Students 3. Brenda Gutierrez Speech Team 3,45 Tennis 25 Track 1,3,45 ll4 Volleyball 2,3,4. Michelle Gutierrez Softball I,2,3,4. Robert Hagen Inter-Club 3,45 Golden Talon Club 3,4. Dawn Halvorson International Club 35 Chamber Orches- tra I,2,35 Strolling Strings I,2,35 Ski Club I5 Soccer I,2,3,45 Track I,2,3,4. Laryl Hansen Concert Choir 2,35 Girl's Ensemble I5 French Club 25 Freshman Forum I5 Young LQ? 1,3. James Harbinson Ski Club 3,45 Soccer 2,3,45 Swimming and Diving 25 Junior House 3. Michael Harcourt International Club 45 Trailblazers 35 German Club 4. Maurah Harrison Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic 1,25 Wind Ensemble 25 Key Club I5 National Honor Society 3,45 Nation- al Junior Honor Society 1,25 Spanish National Honor Society 3,45 Track 4. Jeff Harstad Ski Club 2,3,4. T add Hatch Gymnastics 1,2,3. Andrea Head Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 2,3,45 FCA 35 French Club 25 Freshman Forum 15 Young LUe 2. Scott Heck GoU I,2,3,4. Joseph Heine Surf Pirate I,2,3,45 Equestrian Water Polo 3,4. Michael Helman Ski Club I,2,3,45 Surf Pirates I,2,3,4. Jacki Henderson FCA I,2,3,45 FHAXJIERO 35 HSAL 35 International Club I,2,3,45 OEA I,2,3,45 Ski Club I,2,3,45 Swimming and Diving 3,45 Volleyball 45 Wrestling 2. Julie Henning Golden Band 15 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 2,35 FCA 3,45 Key Club 3,45 Ski Club 3,45 Tennis I,2,45 House of Representatives 25 Freshman Forum 15 Senior Cabinet 4. Mario Herrera Apathy Club I,2,3,45 Gold Rush 45 Con- cert Choir I,2,3,45 Mock Trial Team 45 National Forensic League I,2,3,45 President-Speech Team 45 Speech Team I,2,3,45 House of Representatives 15 Senior Cabinet 45 NFL Secretary Speech Team 35 Special Degree of Dis- tinction-NFL 3,45 State Speech Tourna- ment 2,3,45 NFL District Speech Tour- nament 2,3,45 National Student Con- gress Qualifier 35 Optimist International Oratorical Contest 1,25 Arizona State University Championship Tournament 35 Solo 49 Ensemble 1,45 USO show! WWII Rewiew 15 Fine Arts Festival at ASU 1. Ron Hidalgo Charles Hill Ski Club 35 Track 1. Julie Hill Girl's Chorus 2,35 Speech Team 3. Beth Hinkle National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Most Valu- lble Player Tennis 35 Most Improved layer Soccer 35 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Tennis ,2,3,45 Allstate Soccer 2,3. Vicole Hodgson 'FCA 3,45 La Cuadrilla 3,45 National Ju- 1ior Honor Society 1,25 Court 35 Ski 'lub 15 House of Representatives 45 reshman Forum 15 Senior Cabinet 45 a Cuadrilla Co-Captain 3. Ufany Hoffmann ki Club 3,4. atie Hoganson evin Hole CA 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 ational Junior Honor Society 1,25 hamber Orchestra 1,25 Strolling trings 1,25 First Place UNM Math ontest 35 Staters 3,4. isa Holman aniel Byron Holton ootball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4,' Staters ,45 Junior House 3. Smurfs 3,4. teve Hueter aseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Football '5 House of Representatives 1. urtlHughes agle Spirit 45 FCA 3,45 Ski Club 1,25 aseball 1,2,3, 45 Football 15 Young LUe ,25 Who's Who 4. tflonica Jackson rench Club 2,3. Melinda Jeffers nternational Club 3,45 National Honor l'ociety 3,45 National Junior Honor So- iety 1,25 Chamber Orchestra 1,2,3,45 trolling Strings 1,2,3,45 The Society of istinguished American High School tudents 3,45 House of Representatives 5 Staters 3,45 Sophomore Board 25 Ju- nior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Albu- querque Youth Orchestra 1,25Albuquer- que Youth Symphony 3,45 Golden Talon Club Selection Committee 3. Todd Jenkins Leslie Johnson Senorita of Symphony 4. Eric Jones National Honor Society 4. Tim Junker Barton D. Kahler Chess Club 1,2,3,45 National Honor So- ciety 45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 House of Representatives 2. Neil Katz Wrestling I,2. Dorothy Kauffman Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic 1,25 Wind Ensemble 25 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 SA VE 15 Ski Club 2,3,45 Mentorship 25 Internship 3. Joon Kim Computer Club 15 FCA 3,45 Chamber Orchestra 1,25 Strolling Strings 1,2,3,45 Albuquerque Youth Symphony 3,45 Al- buquerque Youth Orchestra 15 Ski Club 45 Tennis 2,3,45 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 4. Jennifer Kipp FCA 35 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 House ofRe- presentatives I,2. Christie Kleven Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Honorable Mention State Volleyball Tournament 3. Brian Knighton FCA 3,45 Key Club 35 Ski Club 1,4. Kerry Koenigsberg International Club 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor So- ciety 1,25 SADD 3. Amy Korthank Girl's Ensemble 35 Mixed Chrous 25 Girl's Chrous 1. Toni Kotzen ElAguila 35 FCA 3,45 Ski Club 3,45 Golf 1,2,3. Jonathan Kovacs ROTC 1,2,3,45 House of Representatives I,2. Noel Krenz FCA 45 Ski Club 1,25 Swimming and Diving 3,45 Freshman Forum I. Steve Lambros Kelly Lamport Apathy Club 35 El Aguila 25 FCA 45 French Club 25 International Club 45 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 House of Representatives 3,45 Freshman Forum 15 Sophomore Board 25 Senior Cabinet 45 Young Life I,2,3,4. Gary Land SA VE 3,45 Baseball 1,45 Basketball 15 Football 45 Leadership Alive 2. Pam Landis National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 2. JennUer Lange French Club 2,3,4. Kimberly Lastra Cheerleader 45 Eagle Spirit 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Senate 45 House of Representatives 45 S taters 45 Who's Who Among America's High School Stu- dents 3. Duane Lawrence DECA Heather Lawrence 115 Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. Robert Lerch Football 3,4. Teri Letz National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Ski Club 1,3,4. Jason Leupin Football 4. Dawson List National Honor Society 3,45 Ski Club 3,45 Soccer 2. Rick Littleford Gymnatics 1,2,3,4. Gilbert Loera Football 1,2,35 Track 15 Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Robert Longstreet Who's Who 3. Darlene Lopez Marching Band 15 Cheerleader Alter- nate 15 Cordials Club 15 Flagteam 2. K ymberlee Louthan Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Golden Talon Club. Jeff Lowell Football 4. Patrick Lowery 4-H62 NMJRA Ji NHSRA 2,3,45 Rodeo Team 2,3,4. Peter Lucero ROTC 3. Michele Ludwick Kimberly Lunstra Golden Band 15 Golden Eagle Marching Bandf Symphonic 2,3,45 FCA 3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 National Junior Honor Society 2,35 Track 3,45 Junior House 3. 116 David Lut Ski Club 35 VICA 4. Kim Mac Curdy National Honor Society 3,45 Spanish National Honor Society 3,45 Swimming and Diving 1,2,3,45 Who's Who 4. Dominic Maestas Chamber Orchestra 2,3,45 ROTC 15 SAVE 3. John Maez Liz Magee ROTC 1,2,3, 45 House of Representatives 3,4. Pat Mahoney Ski Club 2,35 Swimming and Diving I,2,3. Renee Mangano National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Racquetball Club 1,25 Spanish National Honor So- ciety 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softball 3,45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. Jenny Marks Key Club 35 Spanish Club 3. Denny Marquez Golden Band 15 President of Junior Class DECA 3,45 National Honor Soci- ety 35 National Junior Honor Society 25 ROTC 15 Ski Club 3,4. Amy Martin La Cuadrilla 35 National Forensic League 45 Chi Eta 1,25 Speech Team 45 House of Representatives I5 Class Vice President 1,25 Freshman Forum 15 Soph- omore Board 25 Senior Cabinet 4. Chuck Martin FCA 45 Ski Club 2,3,45 Soccer 1,25 Vol- leyball 45 Thespians 3,4. Gabe Martinez Football 4. Margaret Martinez Gold Rush 2,3,45 Concert Choir 1,2,3,45 Chorus Vice- President 45 All-State Chorus 35 ROTC 1. Phillip Maruer Football 1,25 Tennis 2,3,45 Wrestling I,2,3. Crystal Masoncup OEA 45 Honor Roll 2,3. Jody-Rhea Masters Cheerleader 1,2,35 Cheerleader Captain 35 Eagle Spirit 1,2,3, Vice President 15 Key Club 1,2, President 25 Thespians 15 Winter Dance Princess 1,25 Modern Dance Co. 1,2,35 Student Therapy Su- pervisor 2,3. Eric Mavietta French Club 1,25 National Honor Soci- ety 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 15 Spanish National Honor Society 2, 3. Linda Mayo Eldorado Dance Team Vice President 15 La Cuadrilla 3,45 National Honor Soci- ety 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Ski Club 25 Senior Cabinet 4. Darren McAllister A Basketball Manager 2. Greg McBeth FCA 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Football I5 Track 3,45 Senate 45 House Of Representatives 2,45 Student Body Vice President 45 T hespians 4. 5 Matt McClintok Golden Eagle Marching Band-Sym- phonic 1,25 Ski Club 45 Tennis 1. Barbara McCollister Golden Eagle Marching Band-Sym' phonic I,2,35 Wind Ensemble 2,35 rench Club 1,25 La Cuadrilla 45 Na- ional Honor Society 3,45 National Ju- nior Honor Society 1,25 Prom court 35 S'ki Club 2,35 Swimming And Diving ,2,35 Senate 3,45 House Of Representa- ives I,3,45 Stater's 45 Class Treaserer ,35 Freshman Forum I5 Sophomore oard 25 Juniur House 35 Senior Cabi- et 45 AVCC Delegate 35 Japan- U.S. enate Scholarship 3. im McGrath ki Club 1,25 Goldon Talon 3,4. lysa Mead-Rossi a Cuadrilla 45 Ski Club I,2. athalie Montoya olor Guard 45 Cross Country 4. ichelle Mellos irl's Chorus 25 National Honor Soci- ty 45 Spanish National Honor Society ,- Volleyball 2,3. hil Mendleshon olden Eagle Marching Band- Sym- honic 35 Screamin' Eagles 2,3,45 Gold- n Image I5 Gold Rush 1,2,3,45 Sports ar Club OfAmerica 4. reg Mennis ICA 3,4. yle Metz restling I,2,3,4. ric Michelson ootball 2,3,45 Volleyball 2. odd Mills olden Band I5 Baseball I,3. elissa Mills ational Honor Society 3,45 National unior Honor Society 1,25 Basketball ,2,35 Softball 1,2,3,45 Senate 3,45 ouse Of Representatives 2,3,45 Class T reaserer 45 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 4. Staci Molde Concert Choir 25 Mixed Chorus I5 La Cuadrilla 3,45 Athletic Trainers 25 Freshman Forum 1. Myles Monroe FCA 2,3,45 Ski Club 3,45 Tennis I,2,3,45 Junior House 3. Myles Monroe FCA 2,3,45 Ski club 3,45 Tennis I,2,3,45 Junior House 3. Devin Moss La Cuadrilla 45. Nancy Montoya Golden Band 1,25 Basketball 1,25 House Of Representatives 2. Kristy Moyer DECA 35 OEA 35 House Of Representa- tives I,2,35 Freshman Forum I. Darrel Mummert National Honor Society 3,45 Football 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Staters 3,45 Young Life 3,45 Campainers 3,45 Smurf 3,4. Roddy Navarro Baseball 1,25 Soccer I,2,3,4. Steven Nelson Chess Club 1,2,3,45. Minh-Hoa Thi Nguyen DECA 4 Scott Nielson Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball I,2. Brad Niggel Chess Club I,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,35 SAVE 35 Ski Club I5 VICA 3. Renee Ortega La Cuadrilla 3,4. Carlos Osorio AFS Exchange Student KChilej. Jason Owen Golden Eagle Marching Band-Sym- phonic l,2,3,45 Wind Ensemble I,2,3,45 All State Band 3,4. Renee Owen La Cuadrilla 3,45 Mock Trail Team 25 Ski Club 25 Cross Country 1,25 Swim- ming And Diving 1,25 House OfRepre- sentatives 25 Senior Cabinet 45 Young Life I. Scott Oyler Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching Band-Symphonic 2,35 Golden Image 3. Joe Padilla Football I,2,3,45 Wrestling I,2. Tammy Padrick OEA 3,4. Melissa Paglia Cheerleader I,2,3, 45 FCA 25 Prom Court 35 Ski Club 45 House Of Representatives 2,35 Senior Cabinet 4. T ono Pomerleau Golden Eagle Marching BAnd-Sym- phonic I5 Golden Image 3,45 Wind En- semble 2,3,4. Israel Parraz Yolanda Parsons Golden Band 1,25 Golden Eagle March- ing Band-Symphonic 25 Color Guard 1. Stacia Pate Foreign Exchange Student tSwedenj 35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Basket- ball 2,35 Soccer 2,35 International Club 45 Yearbook 4. Steven Pate Ski Club 45 Croos Country 2. Kermit Pearman Black Student Union 3,45 DECA 3,45 FCA 2,3,45 Football 45 Gymnastics 3,45 117 Soccer 25 Track 2. Michelle Peeples Cheerleader 1,25 Chorus 1,25 FCA 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 National Ju- nior Honor Society 1,25 Spanish Na- tional Honor Society 45 Basketball 1,25 Tennis I,2,45 Volleyball 1,25 Renee Perry FCA 45 Ski Club I,2,45 Gymnastics I,2,3,45 Track 1. Griffin Pickard FCA 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,4. James Pickens Gold Rush 3,45 Concert cHoir 2, 3,45 Ski Club 2,3,4. Mary Anne Pierce La Cuadrilla 3,45 Ski Club 15 Sopho- more Board 25 Senior Cabinet 4. JennHer Pike Golden Band 15 Golden Eagle Marching Band-Syphonic 2,3,45 DECA 3,45 House Of Representatives 3. Laura Pixton Key Club 3,45 Freshman Forum I. David Platt Martial Arts Club 3,45 Racquetball Club 1,2,35 Trail Blazers 3,4. Laura POrter National Honor Society 45 National Ju- nior Honor Society 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 Volleyball I,2,3,4. Jennifer Powers Deca 3,45 House Of R presentatives 2,3. Michelle Prado Wendy Preston Cheerleader 2, 3,45 FCA 2, 3,45 National Honor Society 35 Who's Who 3. Kim Prinzing Cheerleader 2,35 Eldorado Dance Team ll8 I5 FHAXHERO 2,3,45 La Quadrilla 45 Ski Club 1,2,35 House of Representa- tives 35 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 3. Linda Proctor Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching BandfSymphonic 25 Wind Ensemble 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Na- tional Junior Honor Society I,25 Span- ish National Honor Society 35 Swim- ming and Diving 1. Terri Quesada Gold Tush 45 Concert Choir 45 Girl's Ensemble 35 Girl's Chorus 2. Miguel Ramirez Suzanne Rapagnani Basket all I5 Softball 25 Volleyball 2,3. Hal Richardson ' Wind Ensemble I,2,3,45 Gold Rush 35 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Cross Coun- try I5 Staters 3,45 NCTE Writing Con- test School Finalist 3. Todd Rein Traci Reinhart Cheerleader 2,35 FCA I,2,3,45 Princess 35 Court 3,45 Ski Club 2,3,45 Speech Team 45 Senate 3,45 House of Represen- tatives I,2,3,45 Class Vice-President 45 Freshman Forum I5 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 SADD 3,4. Andrea Reitan Soccer 2,3,45 Softball 3,45 Younglife I. Joanne Renick FCA 45 FHAXHERO 45 Key Club 35 Ski Club 45 Gymnastics 45 House of Repre- sentatives 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Young Lde 4. Valerie Reyes Fantasy Club I,2,3,45 FCA 3,45 Moun tainsong 3,45 ROTC 1,25 Junior Hous 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Eagle Mascot 4 ROTC Sword Team 25 SADD 45 Basket ball Manager 35 ROTC Color Guard I Jenni Richards VICA 4. 3 Teresa Ridenour Monoca Robertson 5 Girls Ensemble 35 Mixed Chorus 1,l Sophomore Board 2. Matt Rodrigues ROTC I,2,3,45 JROTC I,2,3,4. Mike Rogers Robin Rope SAVE 3,45 Ski Club I5 Key Club 2,3,4 Volleyball 25 Freshman Forum I5 Sopl omore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senic Cabinet 4. Maureen Roskom Eagle Spirit 25 International Club . Freshman Forum I5 T hespians 3,4. Michelle Rose Concert Choir 25 Girl's Ensemble I5 EL gle Spirit 2,3,45 Eldorado Dance Tea: I5 La Cuadrilla 45 National Honor Sa ciety 45 National Junior Honor Socien 25 Court 35 Swimming and Diving . T rack 2. Pat Royce FCA 1,2,45 National Honor Society 3,- National Junior Honor Society I,. Basketball I,2,3,45 Football I,2,3,- House of Representatives I,2,3,4. Michael Sahd Ski Club 3,4. Michelle Salas Stacy Salo House of Representatives 1,2. Debbie Sanchez Mark Sanchez DECA 3,4. Brian Sandoval Close-Up Eldorado 1,25 FHAXHERO 15 Chamber Orchestra 3. Joann Santangelo OEA 4 T amee Saueressig French Club 45 International Club 45 SA VE 3,45 Ski Club 15 House ofRepre- sentatives 45 Young Life 15 S.A.D.D. 45 All State 1,3,45 Chamber Orchestra 1,3,45 Strolling Strings 1,3,45AYO 1,4. Melissa Savage Ski Club 15 Freshman Forum 1. Beth Schiffer FCA 2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 La Cuadrilla 35 Prom Queen 35 Delegate to N.M. State Student Government workshop 45 SAVE 3,45 Ski Club 2,3,45 Ski Club Treasure 25 Tennis 1,25 Volleyball 15 Senate 45 House of Representatives 2,3,45 House of Representatives Secre- tary 25 Class Vice President 1,35 Stu- dent Body President 45 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabi- net 45 Drama 1,25 Delegate to NLT C 45 EHS Leadership Workshop 2,35 N.M. Association of State Student Council 15 State Convention 4. Rick Schnabel Howard Schreyer DECA 2. Shannon Seaborn Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic 1,2,35 Screamin' Eagles 3,45 Golden Image 25 Wind Ensemble 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 House ofRe- presentatives 15 Senior Cabinet 45 Band Officer 1,35 Section Leader 2,3. Guy Sears Paul SeU National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Ski Club 45 Baseball I,2,3,45 Football I,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,25 Senate I,2,3,45 House of Representatives I,2,3,45 Staters 3,45 Freshman Forum 15 Sopho- more Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Young Life 3,45 Smurfs 3,45 Campaigners 3,4. Angela Shaver Color Guard 45 Concert Choir 1,45 Girl 's Ensemble 1,5 Mixed Chorus 15 Key Club 25 Chamber Orchestra 45 Strolling Strings 45 Performing Dance Group 1,25 Young LUe 2,45 Spirit Club 2. Lauriann Sikora Girl's Ensemble 1,25 National Forensic League I,2,3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Ski Club I5 Speech Team I,2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,4. Lisa Simon Golden Band 15 Golden Eagle Marching BandMSymphonic 1,25 Wind Ensemble 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Na- tional Junior Honor Society 25 Spanish National Honor Society 3,45 Class Sec- retary 45 Junior House 35 Senior Cabi- net 45 Marching Band Section Leader 3,4. Eileen Sims Chamber Orchestra I,2,3,45 Strolling Strings 2, 3,45 House of Representatives 15 Freshman Forum 15 Sophomore Board 25 Senior Cabinet 4. Monika Singleterry Cheerleader 1,2,45 Eagle Spirit 45 FCA 2,3,45 Ski Club 3,45 Eagle Mascot 3. Lisa Slater Girl's Ensemble 15 Mixed Chorus 25. Scott Smith OEA 3,4. Mark Smith Basketball 1,2,3,4. Rob Smith Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Heather Snyder National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Tennis I,2,3,45 Matthew Spalsbury Richard Spencer Spanish National Honor Society 3,45 Gymnastics 2,3,45 T ransfer-Scottsdale Arizona Schools 2. Steve Spinks Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2,35 Tennis 35 Wrestling 1,2,3. Steve Spriggs FCA 45 Basketball 2,4. Becky Spring Basketball I,2,3,45 Cross Country 45 Softball 15 Track 3,45. Becky Stanley Volleyball 45 CEC 4. John Stephen Football I,2,3,45 Track 25 Young Lye 3,45 David Stichman FCA 4, Ski Club 45 Basketball 45 Tennis 45 N.C.T.E. Finalist 3. Krista Stockebrand Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic 2,3,45 Wind Ensemble 2,35 OEA 119 1,25 Swimming and Diving 35 Freshman Forum I5 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 4. Jena Strahan Tennis 1,25 Latin Club 2. Julie Straus French Club 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 4. Natalie Stroud Girl's Chorus 25 FHAXHERO 15 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 National Ju- nior Honor Society 25 SA VE 3,45 Span- ish National Honor Society 2,3,45 Sen- ior Cabinet 4. Kari Struve Golden Eagle Marching BandfSym- phonic 2,3,45 Color Guard I,2,3,4. Angie Stuart La Cuadrilla 3,45 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 4. Mike Stukas Soccer 2. Eric Stults Baseball I,2,3,45 Football I,2,3,4. Jacob Stuyvesant MartialArts Club 3,45 National Honor Society 1,25 Spanish National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor So- ciety I,2. Joshua Stuyvesant MartialArts Club 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor So- ciety 25 Spanish National Honor Soci- ety 3,4. Kari Sutherland La Cuadrilla 3,45 Senate 2. Carmen Sweeney DECA 3,45 Key Club 2,35 Spanish Na- tional Honor Society 3. Freshman Fo- rum I5 Sophomore Board 2. 120 Paul Thompson Racquetball I5 Ski Club 25 Who's who in America High School Students 3. Ellen Thornton Golden Eagle Marching Band-Sym- phonic 3,45 Computer Club 3,4. Kurt T horson Lisa L. T oops Chamber Orchestra I,2,3,45 Strolling Strings 2,3,4. Nyleen H. T roxel Golden Eagle Marching Band-Sym- phonic I,2,3,45 Section Leader 3,45 Golden Image 45 Wind Ensemble 2,3,45 National Honor Society 4,35 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 N.M. All- state Band 35 Court 35 Spanish Honor Society 1,2,3,45Albuquerque Youth Or- chestra 45 Junior House 35 Senior Cabi- net 45 S.A.D.D. 3,45 McMurray College State Honor Band 3. Deanna T usahhoff Girl's Ensemble 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 15 House of Representatives 1,25 Freshman Forum I. Lisa Urbassik Ski Club 35 Cross Country 25 Track I,2. Karina Van Veen Apathy Club 3,45 Eldorado Dance Team I5 FCA 45 International Club 3,45 La Cuadrilla 45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 25 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Young LU? 2,45 Stu- dents Against Drunk Driving 3,4. Kristine Ann Van Veen Apathy Club 3,45 Eldorado Dance Team I5 FCA 45 International Club 3,45 La Cuadrilla 45 Ski Club 1,3,45 House of Representatives 25 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Young Life 2,3,45 Golden Talon Club 3,45 S.A.D.D. 3,4. John Vierra Basketball 1,25 Soccer 15 House of Re- presentatives I. Clifford Villa Chess Club 1,25 Mountainsong 45 Na- tional Junior Honor Society I,25 Who's Who 45 Spanish National Honor Soci- ety 1,25 House of Representatives 45 Freshman Forum I5 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Intro to Engineering-UNM 3. Scott Villane Athletic Trainer I,2,3,45 House of Re- presentatives 2,3. Vicky Vittitoe Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching Band-Symphonic 2,3,4,' Ski Club 4,5 Young LU? 3,45 Rodeo Club 3. Craig Wall Concert Choir I,2,35 Cycling Club 25 Golden Talon Club 3. i Doug Ward l FCA 45 GYmnastics 4. Kyle Watts Soccer 2,4. Britt Weathers La Caudrilla 3,4. House of Representa- tives 3. Deanna Webb DECA 3,4. Eric Webster Football I5 VICA 3. Bruce Welton Golden Band I5 Golden Eagle Marching Band-Symphonic 1,25 Wind Ensemble 25 Cycling Club 2,35 FCA 2,3,45 Moun- tainsong 45 National Honor Society 3,4.5 Basketball I,2,3,45 Senate 3,45 House of representatives 3,45 Class President 45 S taters 3,45 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 4. Heidi Wengert Gold Rush 3,45 French Club 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Concert Choir 45 Na- tional Junior Honor Society 25 Ski Club 35 Tennis 2,35 House of Representatives 3,4. Kevin Westad Basketball 1,2,3. Jon Whitaker Ski Club 45 Football 45 House ofRepre- sevtatives 4. Keila White Girls Ensemble 45 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Key Club 35 OEA 3,45 Freshman Forum I5 Sophomore Board 25 Junior House 35 Senior Cabinet 4. Stacy Whitehead Football I5 Gymnastics 2,3,45 Wrestling 1. Trent Whiteside Key Club 1,5 Chamber Orchestra I,2,3,45 Strolling Strings I,2,3,45 Albu- querque Youth Symphony 3,45 Ski Club 25 Soccer I,2,3,45All- State Symphony Orchestra 3. Laura Wildman Basketball 1,25 Softball I,2,3,4. Deborah Williams Apothy Club 3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 All-State Chorus 3,45 Solo Ensemble I,2,3,45 Girls Ensemble I,2. Mark Williams Golden Eagle Marching Band-Sym- phonic I,2,3,45 Wind Ensemble I,2,3,45 Screamin Eagles 3,45 Gold Rush 45 All State I,2,3,45 McDonalds All-Ameri- can Marching Band Nominee 45 Percus- sion Ensemble I,2,3,45 Albuquerque Youth Symphony 2,3,4. Steve Williams Football I,2,35 Wrestling I,2. Danielle Willson Gold Rush 3,45 Concert Choir 2,3,45 Girls Ensemble 15 National Forensic League 1,25 Speech Team 1,25 Football 4. Micheal Todd Wilson Brian Wimberly Mike Wingheld Ski Club I,2,3,45 Basketball I5Football I,2. Jeffery Wise ROTC 45 Football 45 ROTC Drill Team 4. Jason WoU National Honor Society 3,45 National Junior Honor Society 1,25 Science Fic- tion Club I5 Gymnastics I,2,3,45 Brian Wright FCA I,2,3,45 Football I,2,35 Golf I,2,3,45 Golf-"Outstanding Golf Award" 84-85. LeeAnn Young Gold Rush 45 Concert Choir 2,35 HSAL 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Nation- al Junior Honor Society I,25 Octagon Club 1,25 Spanish National Honor So- ciety 2,35. Phillip Charles Zaffery Basketball 15 Gymnastics 35 Mark G. Zbylut Chess Club 1,25 Ski Club 3,45 Mock Tri- al Team 25 Soccor 25 Volleyball 3 121 A1 , A V wall' ' uf , wW,,,,.,1,aav""p"MA J wf' :,g,Q.,.- N' -,,...,w 1.-H fm' ,I M fy ,- k M 3 , ., .J wwf 'vvvrisam .th W as The Juniors . . . Class of 1987 . . . Have reached the three quarter mark in their high school careers as they look to the two, short remaining semesters. U.S. History, JJJUN-IIIOR, par- ties, activities, Prom, having Junior lives. For some, however, selling candy, balloons and other miscellaneous items for the 5 class treasury has been time consuming but fun. Junior House ,N members worked hard toward the common goal, the big four Y , x X . l letter word, PROM! ,I Rf Brian Moore, President, Greg Willams, Vice-President, Q Kim Cole, Secrataryg and Laurie Brown, Treasure, along with the dedicated members or the Junior House and sponsors, Mrs. , tf,, Bowen and Mr. Dixon, deserve the credit for the "most special " ' prom that EHS 'ers could ever hope to enjoy. The Juniors i e showed enthusiasm and teamwork as a rewarding year came to ,gf 41 an end. Just thinking, Graduation is only one long year away. ,V .i 1 , 1 Class of 1987 Sponsors, Mrs. Bowen and Mr. Dixon. Juniors Ju t Can't Quit ll -- -1 t A v J N XV I ,J First row: Kathy Nelson, Jenny Farrell, Julie Marra, Brian Moore, Christina Williams. Second row: Greg Williams, Samantha Diprima, Annie Stojak, Bertha Tien, Tiffany, Tracie Mills, Melissa Wielson, Kim McMinly, Jenna Sapa, Shelley Schmidt, Cheryl Bennett, and Vicki Vasilion. Thrid row: Ann Denny, Sally Saeco, Pam Heidigger. Fourth row: Laurie Brown, Beth Collins, Michelle Hash, Shelia Strohacker, Tanya Florence. Fifth row: Kim Cole, Sponsor Mrs. Bowen, Pat Diamond, Erin Willians, and Judi Baker. Top row: Beverly Golvaldon, Suzanne Bauer, Richelle Murrell, Carol Tate, Michelle Smith, Angela Smith, Barbara Buffngton, Sonja DeVargas, Angela Maes, Anissa Pierce, Elena Baca, and Amy Henderson. ...R qw 1.1 ...J El' -::' PrL'Sid0nI Brian Moore Vice President Greg Williams S251 R l Left to Right: Greg Williams, Laurie Brown, and Brian Moore. 1 12' X X .-:, Secretary. Kim Cole . O Treasurer Laurie Brown A I 9 Q Q . 6 4 1 F z 1 w 1 1 1 1 5 i 1 1 I 4 1 i 1 i 1 I I I I n I 1 I I I V I V 1 1 F V I V ' b , I I l I W ! I F r K ! 1 2599 Ci V 1 ww, YQ Wffi- f XXXL X, OSX XBSXQ SQSX ww em ww Y -5 33306 3 5 S3 820 w w O S Sg xle OQSQQN 1 Last year the Freshmen came into Eldorado confused and unorganized just like the year before. Now, they are a Sopho- L, more class full of spirit and enthusiasm. The Sophomores hold class meetings and pursue class projects such as candy sales and carwashes. All of the profits will go to savings for next years PROM !!.'.' The Class of I 988 was led by President, Anthoney Yanez,' Vice-President, Claudia Ortega, Sectretary, Linda Hobbs. The class sponsers, Mr. Mercer and Mrs. Burch, willingly assisted the class ofjicers and the Sophomore Board was also very sup- portive. The class of '88 now awaits their fnal two years at E.H.S. .,.f' ff' X f QW Sophomores Share Many Talent mir '2f,1 . J ,- our fu 3 -fs ft 6 v ,f V , 1 in X I Bottom Row: Kristen Tyson, Deana Galaviz, Wendy Pabich, Laurel Avery, Carmen Martinez, Dawn Staley, Margot Head, Shelley Wingert Second Row: Claudia Ortega, Linda Hobbs, Laura Davis, Kathy Evans and JoAnn Margo. Third Row: Francine Maher, Lara Siegenthaler Kristen Lastra, Lisa Aragon, Lynn Filush, Anthoney Yanez, Ty Fraley, Gwen Nicolls and Colleen Champion. 142 ,- Wf' -1, Q-div ff", Secretary President Vice-President Linda Hobbs Anthoney Yanez Claudia Ortega Left to Right: Linda Hobbs, Anthoney Yanez and Claudia Ortega i q W up f l Jeff Adams Marbara June Bccenli Cynthia l. JoAnne Chance il Robert C ouch l C oad Cuellar Dem 7 v -.f ZIV Andy Chnstl 'v Tina f.. Q., Mall Cohen 0lll' Kns C hns Cnrbulis Jennifer A ementi Cordova fayle ifpq Lisa Craig less aw. v Laura 1: uv- Dewent C eorge n ,KW Dlrks sv Erdman Tari Field Doyle crrv R' ,ynn Fi sch 1. IIIICB Il Jeffrc An Llrlck Amy Ferguson arun IQ. Fogleman l. Foster DX Dion Tllfam Garrett .L Fraley I- ricdland -x .lmela -ff I I-ulcher Lance 4 ,si Garcia Maria Garcia -of Wendx Enk Gilmore Sqf- rx bs Gonzales i Harvey Goss B reshman 1 ,A Y Y Graves Gullerr E Scott .41- Theresa Stacv Gutierrez wf-.5 -r-Q Kim Harbmson Scot! -v 1 Hartbarger Hawley Mar ol eine ll Ca C0 Al xx Hickey A i' 3 I' Hawkins Phill Hickey Matt Ingalls 15 Q llighum Blake Hoover Hill Hopkins ,mn Jennifer Mary 'on Jepson James 1 Hunl Bryan S2 I' .Innes Jeff Jump 1 .le SS K! Enn Eric Kelly ... A IQ Sara Maddox Shen Mastm 7 C one 'Vlaher Mapes ace Nlcfrca 3 .lo Ann Margo Ramona Shawn ,-ax v Martinez -I McNeill y 0 1,7 IQ Aaron McVay Bo Illlle -ff fm" 1 J Melendez Kimberly John Moore X frysr Miller Bnan Matt , " als Miller Bryan ew Lee -r Vloore ummerl Vick: l -4 Nash Novlckl A Mary Nunley Dan Juan Ortega U55 Brandon Jodi Prado Prentice Lisa Riordan Pat Ryan RV 0k7,fXU'flYl' 1A.v f .FO X' , INV" fl1 V,.i1.+7 ,. I Da mall 7 isa 'V Sluarl Stltll Tom John Jean UIC S hreadgul 1 Brian Stone C hrls annie Stringer 'J' Eric Allen Tong Turk r, l Daud X .lsqu Leah Elf - N' 1 Q52 S0 9 353301239 S3333 O A W2 of KOQRQQYQ 20? The class of 1989 was led by President, Carolyn Keller,' Vice President, Fred Stangleg Secretary, Christina Reeder,- and Treasurer, Sean Sullivan. Freshmen had a goal to become more involved in school activities and set a precedent for future classes. The Freshmen Forum joined the Sophomore Board to host a reception for the I 985 Homecoming Court. The class sponsors, Mrs. Farrel and Mr. Thomas, gave unending support and guidance. All in all, the Freshman class worked toward a successful school year, which was displayed through a well organized and dynamic freshmen class. , S Qs so , s "" .. 1 -W -1 -1. ,af I .. C lass ty' 1989 sponsors: Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Farrell 'O' uns? Freshmen Futures Show Promi e ai First Row: Cynthia Plate, JennU'er Smith, Cheri Sierra, Cathy Carleton, Jodi Kaufman, Shannon Richards, and Tonya Turner Second Q Row: Sean Sullivan, Christina Reeder: Secretary, Mrs. Sydney Farrell, sponsor: Carolyn Wright, Stacey Baron, and Mr. Jim Thomas Sponsor. 160 Vice President Fred Stanlge President Carol yn Keller .. 1?-,, .-5 -'we' new Mfgh Q7 2 I . J. M35 N-nwgbs Left to Right: Treasurer, Sean Sullivang President, Carolyn Kellerg and Vice President, Fred Stangle. Secretary Christina Reeder 15 Treasurer Sean Sullivan we W 3 AIE-t I I I I I I I I 1 I - -- --1 ----,- .-,-- -I- I1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 - -l,- ---, --I, I-- ,-I I i I 7 I F 1 I 1 i I 1 I I I I I I I I 1 I - -- M, -E -- -- Wi--- -1 'T Larancc -.. 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X 23' . , as . 5 .,Ei"l5!pflll 205. '121' 22 fl l Sf? H 8520-l"Faculty Play:fl'fT he Matchmaker" Ti 6 SQN, '2s"A' U zvff' 28,2 219i 30' 26- Volleyball Tournamkhi' ' V A SEPTEMBER I WUNDAX' I MONDAY Y 'I'l'!'ISlbAX H V4!illNESIlAY I 'I'!Il'khUAN A FRXIVAN S-X11 RIIAN 2 1 L, , 3 4 5' ' 6 . 3- First Day'of Classes 1 . 14 21' 24 31 i ,. H' M ff' I Q Q f Q' -.-8,5 ie 'Nm . , J Q-MSA N '-h' W . .--N .. , , 4 w B I 4 5 xx .- elf R 4 Y I. H, ,,.k5,,.Mpw-w,,w'wff"'i A , w.i,bQ,i,Q,l. .. ,. , - My-. ,grimy-rf ' Q, .. ...gig W, lfi L.. OCTOBER ENUM MUMJM' 1l'esu,u wEnxz:sn,gA nggxspigi I-mm! , Mrpnyn Q, P Y Yfv. ,f ' N 0 T Band7a,A.,par,5ae .qfggffgfgpifbns 11-i gl.ig1 :j 53:5 n I I ..,.,, f::'q,::1:11,'! ..,.., 1 141 v, . 151.ff L1A6'fffff'i 7ffffffffvTfff 'J19 P V Homecoming fqyqjyal 'T:'m Q -- 1 'f ' A: . ff AM-v l ass fel f2 gli in -g,g,gigjQQg,g,x4sl435iA5 L' f,,, A' ' " "31- Hall0!!9C?kii il U 1 A M .r.. "" D f a f t 'r ' r S.-is A ,... ,J OVEMBER summv Maman' 'll'r:sl1M vxunsnslmx' Tm rwmx Y Y Y, ,Y Y , . Hulmx 4 wrkxux , . . " 1' Y' .z L peech Meet ln Farmington . J? it I iq Munthing Band FvestivalTChrQu5 Solo QQ f rifiinlile ' if ccer il Mhq 25 Ib 14' Drama Westzvalsjzvr K "!S'19.' Mao 21, Azz L ! v mi f . l - V ' H f 1 . 11: L jr 'N - A V N Y Q 5:- har-V BWP f m , if . HEI. Q Q Q ,'.. 5 . HEI. DECEMBER 2- School Dance 6- Winter Sports Assembly 10-I2- Play: Canterbury Tales H 17- Girl,s Basketball Game with St. Pius 16-I9 Winter Music Concerts E 23-31 - Winter Recess f i, -. 1 192 If I f 4 X' "vm" A 55 t if " 5 1 fvfa as-E ,C . A 1, N :mf JANUAR 9-Il- Drama Festival 9-1I- Chorus All-State I7, 20- Finals 22-23- Talent Show 25- Winter Ball 30- Boy's Basketball City Tournament 9 ' a Q, 1 . ' La Cuadrilla Peps Up EHS'ers I1 Q 5 ,. i ,Li , hw M sw' bps- A P, ,f2E1 , , -yn M is 4 F 5,5313 F X L Q n-"""""Hw naw Q9 M- mix 1 Q Q , mm ,..f"'f YV MARCH I-Swing Choir Festival 3-Senior Class Dance 6-Battle of the Bands 7-Spring Sports Assembly 5-SAT Testing 21 22-Science Fair 24 2s-spring Recess 9' Q W , 1 . Things of 1986 People Bill Cosby Refrigerator Don Johnson Molly Ringwald Rob Lowe Mickey Mouse Betty Boop Sting Madonna 62 Sean Phil Collins Jose Baca IW? :Zgjz 9 Movies The Breakfast Club Rocky IV White Nights Back to the Future Mask Follow That Bird St. Elmo's Fire Out of Africa Rambo Pee Wee's Big Adventure Groups Tears for Fears Aerosmith A-HA Heart Thompson Twins Depeche Mode U2 Yes Mr. Mister The Cure ABC R C 9 F ads n Fashions W Swatch Miami Vice Skiing Guess Porsche Plaids Big Shirts Skateboards McDonald's Crew Cuts Esprit Mousse Levis Paisley Print Sunglasses Giorgio Stirrup pants Forenza MTV Satinfsilk Bermudas Rhinestones Dyed hair Broaches Suspenders Old jewlery Converse H i ghtops News ,MLLSQ Space Shuttle aevigd Ricky Nelson ' Tylenol Halley's Comet Philippines Revolution EXTHAORDINAFIY COLOGNE H Songs We Built This City" Say You, Say Me" Russians" "Election Day" "Relax" "Lay Your Hands" World Destruction" King for a Day" People are People" How to be a Millionaire" Kryie" ' Q, 5- ' -' A 1.flv.:.-'T-,'ff'-me ?' - n ""'Qq.1-wg, -- , g g. -np' ,,5f4:'kfq-wr, " . - -M4 f 'i,j,2:' W vu. - pt.. i l , Y IAWSQZ- fx 1 ' I i 1- X .4 . 1 an-. W I Q s . IK 2 e 9 ' Q Q , 1 - lim I n M moriam 690011 .4 . 5 gs LT x some ., fr., ,o.W5F.Ax . ff- ',' LQ'-2' .3-cwr ,K X e 51 'Wake-Q33 to ', Robert Riley 1970-1985 In rememberance of Robert Riley, a Sophomore at Eldorado. that we will see X ' 2 . l 41 A 4 ,rf A- f f 5 5 K Q ra .fel Q" K if Y A l aff ' if 2- 4,1 ., - ff 'gif'-R V 'ff' . af gf its Mwfi , . -.X 2?f?f1:':f5v V,,. I 'f.,:f, 201 'Will 'lil :gf A QP Q2 I.. I xx ff m'4"'PL2vM . , x , , .a?'M,qY. A . .,,,f-sv ' WN .Mgwf 9 AVNQW f .aw ...nv A ,'?.mf. -. ,- va2w.sf.,x, - ,,,.4ai-W6 Noywqw. ,EAM X ' , If 'bf Aa, ' ww.. -ii? Teachers Working Hard X ' A 2 -Q . f- -ffww in ny. 5' :.. j . f i, -1 1 1 1 Us 1 'I ol few - X 5 2 iw.: . u , . 955 To Promote Education Principal: William Reid Administration: Left to Right: Assistant Principals: .lim Whitworth, Howard Anderson, Marlene Blake and Gloria Vigil. Principal: William Reid , K 7 5 ? ' e A Qu 1 i j Principal William Reid Gets Great Support From His Staff Secretaries: Left to Right: Donna Allison, Linda Stansbury, Lois Johnson, Anita Broderick, Phyllis Gueswell, and Saundra Coningham. Not Pictured: Peggy Roach. Q s , ' I Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor David Muth Iola Harding Chris Isselhard Marge Kadlec Nurse Counselor Counselor Counselor Betty Marinsek Ralph Rodriguez David Salazar Judy Meyl1eYS Campus Aide Campus Aide Camlfus Aide T-0-C Bob Foote Otis Stewart Andy Urtiaga Ray Pompa School Media Reading Counseling Detective Center Specialist Secretary QE Bob Milliamn Activities Director Pat Renken Marci Krone Athletic Director f ' ' fat . . ... ,, V Lanny Winters Jerrett Koenigsberg Deanne Gilpin Athletic Trainer Don M undell 207 Db Q i 'T 9 1 , Engli h Allie Ifrlu lflll Rube: lwn Sam Benin If 'unu Devurmun ,vu If 9 Olivia lfyqllibul Pullj FIA ming .4 Iflnim' Gruwnpun ,tw-f WMAIJ' -luynm ,av Iurl' Gulivrrv' Larry' .lorrlnn M4 .lwwll lxuunigAln'l'g J lurwlilh Kupuld .'Vu:1c,l' Murano .-Inlunm Lighl Curulyn Parrish .Sherry Mclnlm' 'T kr Burburu Uxlmrm' Oval Pipvr Develops Lguigtiage Skills 1 4""vr Uajrl Pnwrll 1. '1- if We-ai Ulvlu Yailmlvrx 05 ,'-QQ ! 7 LZ? L ynm' Rvhzlcr E vu ,fx pam funn-,,1,,, Virginia Wall Modern Language 11 IC' -'wr .llmmiu Ruybill l:'nre.ylili2" Arndl ,.,-7 2 ...pf v- ww, b llum Jmli Ihul Vihncl Mjjuriailnu Pnrimizzl Sum Pm-rugux Uuriu Ryan Q 5 m Be!!-r Slevin' Engli h .. . -'C' aa' f vi 1' 20 9 '32 9 MATH , 3 Efmcl , 1+1:11 -" W ,ZW '1 X A-l. - X5 ,, lj , S l1'1l Bisuni E E ? M! .K W'M'f.X'11x1111 I I 1'1'1'u1'11 2,515 jf Q - .S'11Il.1' 11111-41101 f ' 3 pw .Xuil U1'Bv1h Ri1'hu1'1I.-h'ul'-1' Ilurriul Iiarnur 3 11111-ifVB4111'1'n fil1'1ul1'115l'mteul Ri1'l111r1I Gr111'm g J,s.M xl S, 1 -W n Q -Je xy 9, W, YW Y .Y -1- ,- 'gi I'1'ur11'1'fA-Kdlllm.. l'111'ul Kuhlinxkflfq 1- WV yn ,lim lxuhl' Julm H11w1n1'11p Q 1. ' Xa111l1'11 111111114111-x R1,y1-,- Uikml K . , N.. S 3 .M 1 , X 1 "M a X , EW E1 5 im. .M 1 .1 X 5111111111 R111lig1m 1 llichuvl .S'an1I1gr ,Ym11l l1.'fQcl1 lhfggy H11-r 210 3 1 W, Teachers Know All The Angie? '11' e 1e'-1f 1'11 We ' ' A ' w Q6 Computer Literacy . . . Is A Progressing Future .luhn Vinum-up Sandra Matthews Business Education . . I ncreuses Skills UUUA gl-1,,,-,,p, l.orraim' Bcnuvidez I.z'e,-I nn .luhns EIIEEIIDOO Ruger Milwul .wary mu 3 Q 1 x World of V N .fwledge sts in .Vary lillen Burch .Ivrry Bruwn ' 1 IES Iam Cuau Judy llarrixvn .-H ,-,,,....--- ,..---- I IIL ll Hmul Iufuun llumphrux .lim Juhllx 99' Briun Kully David Mvrcer .lumea .Hurzluvh Num'-r Richunlx Dunnix Snnrhv: Ricllurd Smwt Davill H'e.xlvqfF1'lzl Kerry Rwulluw D dll. Pamrlu B ll II J lx 1 une 'ulson 8 Ualvu Knrrll Dllntvul V lx ll flu We Q . 0 ', AY, x '00 09000 S , , 2 'X ,f,fA Bruce ,Hiller Cindy Miller .Miriam Munch f , K of oe 1 Q 0' I1 0 0 is Rich Pnknrslu Ronald Rhimharr X .Sum If rlxun Lanny H lnlcn SCIENCE r W 1 X V ! Prepares Students 4 ,Q I' for Future 0 C2 1 ff 0 213 Develops Co-ordination Scan Evans Pum ljuans Jurry I Marjorie Keeler Dm' Slell HOME EC X: HEALTH Teach Survival Skills Pafruva .Sultan farhvruw Avis S 'dncy Farrell I.ur4'lm Iluemjiflll O I O Enhances Leadership George Franklin .luck Slebhins Dun Mundell Gil Surrey Ziff? Ilurizl .-hlin Siu I"1'sxingL'r PWD' HP"'i"H gg uym. Thulumlur Shvrry Mulnlire George Nuxon Luurun lmlvr THE ARTS Brings Smiles Max Furresl Phillip Fralin Rob Mungvlzl 311 . 7 W. .,...,,,V.W0,f J' Danny ,Hman AL i S ,1,,, i ,. L,t,, lQ i?4 v, Tum Farrar Szuun Carpenter Purer Filzpulrivk ina S hbw i C neativi ty SPECIAL EDUCATIO . . . Helps Students Into the Mainstream W Frank .-lvrw' l'ez'iliu Hndnmn Jn Anne Band Dolores linrlurul Rub Bulziur Kathleen fax liavevly Darius .S'hnrvn forenlan Michal Fuller Melody fir4u'e.x Cherrjv fiulllck Stephanie llnluma lun llurry 216 EUS Hatlrlim' Iluhhull C 'urol Li rermorc at Kathy Purtlm' Paul Swanson .llumu Tllumlls Marin .lustiz .Hari Koglw, Umllm Lum, l.onixn Lndwicl, llorth ,Narulh Kay Uglesb-1' L-f Marilvrn Rust .I.-..a..suA-M4 WV' Rwmld sim Special Education at Eldorado High School helps exceptional students develop their potential to the highest level possible. The program is designed to help stu- dents become independent, adjusted, and competent members of society. Eldorado provides a wide range or continuum of special education and related services for students who qualify and exhibit a need. These services are individual- ized for each student and evaluated often for their effectiveness. All exceptional students also receive regular education classes to the maximum extent possible. cmuker' Q Q , . Kiwi' ' A A w J ' w,,.-1' W .,z.w.. 4 . .ui 'L " V M W JV? mf" r ww 1 iiiheepl Front Row: Mrs. Johns, sponser, Carrie Lana. Connie Zeri, Miehele -lltlerette, Wayne Dillion, Jenny Powers. Jenny Pike. Carmen Sweeney. Ellen Thornton and Minh lloa Nguyen. Seeoml Row: Celeste Romero. Jennifer Langley, Cassie Tulbert, Kristin lltthn and Shirley Arellano. Tltirtl Row: Theresa Courzlano, Miehelle Poteat, Cathy DaSilra, Melis- sa Fernandez, Ana Perez. Chris Thompson, Jef llughes. .Uarilee Al- varez. Lisa llolman anal Deanna Webb. Fourth Row: JLW' Whitten, Leslie McGrath, Amanda Webb, Hollye Bronson, Sharon Voss. lleather Feiltl, Miehelle tllares, Tutld Rhodes. Mareie Berger, Craig Kinsey, Diane Pearce, Micky Cortlova and Kerry Suda. Fifth Row: Todtl Minniek, John Ferrara. Rohert Jackson, Mark Aragon. Pete Meflellen. Joe Platt. Darin Bond, Michelle Mefoy, James Tabet. George Johnson. Traqv Couksy and Kelly Hartman. Sixth Row: Sant lfnloe, Dean Russell, Brian Carr, Riekflntlerson. Todd Rein. lioh Scott, Rantly Dohbx. Duane Lawrence, Kermit Pearman. Scott Andrews. Damon Scott antl Mark Sanchez. DECA And UICA Worked Hard ' 'X 7 -" A-le X ' . As' r Q' ,A ' We 5 xief First Row: Roherr Vantlersltem Jtnnt Rtdhards Anne-3 Elan: Iara Ryman lor: Ttmple Tract Farrell John Mae: and Tony Duran Second Row: Mike Berry, John Regcnshery, Chris Genstnger .Shannon H ellons Guy Sears Mtstj Mnjyilr Grq, Marsh Mark Smith and Netl Kat Third Row: Mike Lavigne Stun -lhtrn -Iusttn Deaxer Anthony Otcro Louis Marches: and Dzan Nolker Q , Forth Row: Melinnu Wolff Ross 'Une 'Htlltan Ron Hidalgo .Stott Barter James Avcrj .Su anne Boyce Jimmy Iara and Phtl lmltn Firu Ruw: Suzie lluvenx, Stephanie Allen, Jenny Purcell, Debbie Friux, Debbie Sunehez, Curie Cunnefly, Raxann Sanvhez. Lixa Truiilla, Kyra Carrwrighl, Terry Culpepper, finzb' llmlus. Tummy Karl anal Mrs. Hnendelzl. Seeuml Raw: Slephunie Danjlfrlh. Shunnvn Heinlun, Juvj Morris. Tamie Cline and Teri Gureia. Third Row: Kim Sudu. Lim Jlurka, Dean Marlin, Lisa Phipps, Rob Irwin, Truly Phillilu, Kim Beal Chrix l'homp.xan. Rachelle llealriek, .lanix Kirby, and Kim Beal. I T 2 ' is , 9 nn! 1 Q ' 3 1- " f 5 ' - Q ' Y? if V Y "' ' , ' My if ,T An. 1 'VL as x V , gg 5 " 'x 2 ff new ' - 'xx Q H Q' ', W Awe , 'M I I Y .V A gh , , A V f f ri- , I N 5 an . ,, , . V-fy V ,, 'I W, -. v J' t f f in L r l Hrs! Raw: Jael. llenzlerxun. Joann Janlmwski. Kulh-1' Bazun, Tunmzy Pualriek, Muna Abella, Yulanrla l'arxuru. Kimberly Slraup, Lainie Larson and Stull Smilh. Seeaml Row: Chrinie Trailer. Barbra Blifjingmn. Fully Vacinea. Angela Maes, Nancy Eram, Leona Terteglia. Suxan Bury, Jennifer Campbell, lleurher Eby. lannn Sunlangela and Greleh Suur. Third Raw: Lynnie Lamb. Carla Curb. Suzifirnolll. Slephu ie Byrd. Tricia Sabumykky, Michelle Ruening, Jodie Drinlmurd, Luura Mrfallan, Ashley Franklin. Jennifer Stomp. Luri Schwvighurrll. Debbie .Ha-1' anll Krixlin Van Veen. ' Winlmer. .lu.xmin Ilulnnu. Reylynne Lucero, Rana Thumpxan. Cumlie Brugllen, Truly' Gymun. Char tie llulnlex, Teri FHA O.E.A. Cb Q , 1 . R.0.T.C. Marched To Victory I 1 V-:fl W f.vf+,.Kmvmvwf.,n,o,swa-un' '11 " W: fm? li on -1 I' ef- W' ,Mn ASL. by hmm ,'L Last Row: John Young, Bob Carleton, Zack Hollar, Scott Kinnard, Bob Majka, Shelbi Jones. and Sean Feery. Fifth Row: Mike Neuweiler, Cory Paulos, Dave Ullom, Michelle Skinner, and Jason Stamm. Fourth Row: Christine Crawford. Dan Martinez, Mike Rodrigues, Christian Deck, Chris Kinnard, Steve Moore, Deran McKcen, and John Emmons. Thrid Row: Joe Gallegos, Ashley Franklin, Stacy Hadsall, Walter CUerri, Jason Young, Jessie Slocum, Rob Moran, and Rachel Ball. Second Row: Matt Rodrigues, Bob Couch, Rick Knutson, Chris Dreier, Brian Powell, C ory Paulos, Dean Whisehunt, Paul Rosen, and Chuck Denny. First Row: Liz Magee, Nadeeyah Gobin, Jodi Kauffman, Dawn Wise, Maria Liss, Bob Payette, Shawn Ashlock, Chris Highland, and Jon Kovacs. , ..e""' -f ' , i f", 'IA j, ,f,,'f " f L, ? h , i vkky 15 K ,N ".,.uuvv- fffig-gm?" ,Q ,C ' K f'f,,3w,.,.m ,,.-5 . ' -55" ,YQ ,, ,, W ,J A-4 ,. -3' 'I' --M, M. ,if-'M A, , , is , , nm o g , g u gym f ...., '54 ,sykkxv ,W ,T , - ov" A ,iggjqe . , ,. ,. Q S sse f's'ef,i'P1.,, ,,,,, a Q .-A S 4, Q 2 scoff ,,, ,.- . In am, ,M Q ,MxA'?J'A,.:.p g.e..kVA Vs ewfkf is A wr-, , ,,, r ,,,,,ef ' ,,. ,ft J 4 ' 'ms I Q ,P 44 f- , A 5,,.,., J: A Y 95' "l" .. .Mun Q s , 1 . Boys Drill Team Supported EH 1 ,J if if ns - 5 V I Back Row: Matt Rodrigues, Scott Kinurd, Bob Majka, and Dean Wisenhut. Third Row: Mike Rodrigues, Bob Carleton, Steve Moore, and Rob Moran. Second Row: Dan Martinez, Zach Holler, 1 e W it ti' Dave Ullom, and Jeff Wise. First Row: Joe Gallegos. Did Their Duty ROTC had an excellent year. After long hours of hard work At the Drill ical Fitness. ing to Hawa Back Row: Dawn Wise and Shelbi Jones. Thrid Row: Ahsely Frankin, Jessie Slocum, and Stacy Hudsall. Second Row: Cristine Crawford and and Nadia Gobin. First Row: Liz Magee. the group pla many outstan Sweepstakes- season includ and dedication, the effort paid off and Physical Fitness Competition, Then, here at Kirtland, they won ding awards including the Female "Best in State '85." Trips for the ed skiing at Purgatory and travel ii for a week. l pl- 'Gb .EJ ,, 1 223 ced 2nd overall in the Male Phys- Eagle pirit And Mountainsong if Front Row: Sponsorg Mrs. Antonia Light. Kristy Cole. Mike Fisher. Kory Simmons, Kurt Hughes, John Barncr, Steve Spriggs. Molly Cooney, and Lisa Clute. Back Row: Stacy Borem, Amy Wright, Monika Singleterry, Michelle Rose, Melissa Mills, Michelle Yeaman. Young Song, and Robert Boers. Learn To Publish The Eagle Spirit, which is the school newspa- per, and Mountainsong, a literary magazine, have much in common. Both organizations re- quired creativity and hard work. The Eagle Spirit worked towards putting out a paper once a month. Mountainsongput out one mag- azine in the Spring. The school newspaper consisted of articles, interviews, and coupons. Every year Mountainsong is filled with poet- ry, short stories, and humorous essays. The magazine always works towards an eye-catch- ing cover. The Eagle Spirit, sponsored by Ms. Light, and Mountainsong, sponsored by Ms. Sleeter, put in a lot of work that was shared with the rest of the Eldorado students and staff yr Q s , I . i K 1' 2 Z 3 5 5 1 5 , JW Front Row: Karl Ehl, Nicole Hodgson and John Vierra. Middle Row: Tamee Saueressig, Cliff Villa, Mrs. Elizabeth Sleeter, Cathy Barbin, Valerie Reyes, Linda Proctor, Glenn La Vigne and Laura Fisher. Back Row: Tom Salge, Sean Weaver, Lisa Simon and Tripp Killin Missing: Janet Shumaker and Bruce Welton. Key Club Does Good Work Key Club stands for Kiwainis Educating Youth. K iwainis is a mens club that does several projects with Eldorado. They help Eldorado to learn to help others. This year Eldorado helped the All Faiths Receiving Home, the Four Seasons Nursing Home, New Futures, and the Battered Wives Home. In April, some of the members of Key Club went to the Key Club convention west District met. 1 1.-nz-I Front Row: Cindy Bustos, President, Lorna McBride, Vice-president: Laura Pixton. and Teri Garcia. Middle Row: Kim Broxterman, Annette Haukeland, Cici Callander, Amy Hahn, and Lisa Pate. Back Row: Unda Karlshaus, Todd Silberman, Ty Fraley, Pat Moore, Jeff Wilson, and Fay McCarty. Gold Team Kicks Into Action The Gold Team is a name given to the 1985-86 Boy's Soccer Club. This was thefrstyearfor the C-team. Jim Presly and f I ..., H Dun Pierce coached these boys .. . 2. V 4 Wm, I iffy, J 4 X X fx into a II-3 season. Their hard .W A v , 4 ' f T' 1 Y! , r . , , work and energy was shown as f they went out and competed buquerque against teamsfrom all over Al- D Front Row: Arturo Gonzales, Mike McMullen, Russell Grayson, John Prader, and Jason Yourne. Second Row: Joel Soccarro, Mike Harris, Mike Miller, Brian Bowers, Steve Stremstepher, Eric Harsted, Lance Galleway, and Jeg' McClintic. Back Row: Ty Schreyer, Tassel Parker, Bill 0'Neal, Tim Vogel, Jim Farmer, David Anderson, Andy Parker, Shannon Glenn, and Snoopy. I .'. Q W 9 225 in Tucson, Arizona, where Key Clubs from the South- G S .A.D.D. Gave Sobering Facts F . ,V Front Row: Nathalie Shroud, Meghan Cave, Leslie Shujord, Dawn Wise, Beth Schiffer, .Ittlie Marra, Deanna Calaviz, Tracey Bosoff Christine lsler, Jill Seliek, Kersti Tyson, and Shelley Wengert. Back Row: Leona T artaglia, Larry Brown, Tiffany Perrin, Brian Moore, Tracie Mills, Brian Sharkey, Ty Fraley, a Baca, Franeine Maher, Colleen Champion, Gwen Nicolls Pam Heidinger and Amy Henderson. Not pictured: Heidi Sauer. Safety Was Their X Goal 5'1- 'I W I . . w-.2 Q The members of Traffic Safety T ask Force were: Heidi Sauer, Laurel Avery, Lynn Filusch, Charlie Sierra, Deanna Q Galaviz, Beth Schiffer, Andria Dalia and Mrs. Farrell. Second row: Ty Fraley, Greg McBeth, Kristy Cole, Wendy Patian, Beth Collins, Carole Talt and Dawn Stiley. Third row: Todd Silberman, Sal Gonzales, Michelle Hash, Greg 226 Williams, Kathy Evans and .lo Ann Margo. S taters Supported Each Other First Row: Barbara MeCollister, Brad GrUith, Hal Richardson, Kevin Hole, Bruce Welton, Brent Kennedy, and Kristy Cole. Second Row: Melinda Jeffers, Valerie Cage, Paul Self Darell Mummert, Heidi Wengert and Mr. Murdock. Third Row: Kim Lastra and Katie White. Top: Danny Holton. S.A.D.D. kept busy lastyear by making posters warning students not to drive drunk. You might have heard some announcements on the P.A. also. Traffic Sakry Task Force rode smoothly through the year by conducting a seat belt survey and participating in the Health Fair. The Staters, a group ofstudents chosenfor this club. held workshops, raised moneyfor the school, and counted all bal- lots requiring students to vote. 7 W9 a , 1 af 22 8 Joxso Clements, 'ilaria Cruz, Stephanie Dorxon. Garret! Grahn, Jeanne Hirxchman Chris Hoggc' Teddy Howard Yhann Klint K' l , . , , . ' '. lrslun .och .lc1fLines, Brent Lopez, Lori Murlinvz, Jan Monroe. Doug Phillips. Kod-r Simmom, l.i.va Aragon, Tanya lilaklcy. Greg Dinan, Lynn I"iluA1'h, C'in1lyGomulAu, Stefanie Lony. Jana Miller, Gwen Nicolls, Wenalyl'al1iz'h, Cari Porlur. Aaron Raab, Traree Smith. Run l yuliuw, Jill Vaxqurz, liinlllcrly l"m'irch, .loul Boldvn, llollyc' Bronson, Krixlin Calanach. Tanya Florence, Val Gralfa, Krixlin Iluhn, Trari llurl, Minh llunlsmun. Julie Jlurra, Kimberly McKinley, Brian .'Hoorm'. l.ifhi'l1' l'c'vu', Stephanie Plymalu, .Virhelle Paleat. John Prexron, Debbie Pull. Damian Rolzrrts, Todd Siax, Tory Sullivan. Jenna Saya. Carole Tam, Greg Williamx, Sheri Bloom. Krlly Bright. lallly f'r1l1Iwz'll, l.owrunce Chryin. Kristy Cole. Randy Dohhs, Karl Ehl, Tirzah Gonzalez, Nicole Hodgson, Tiffany llzdjnzann. Danny Holton, l'n1Ia Knrlxhaux, .lonalhon Kovacs, Darlene Lopez. Kim l.um1ru, Dulrhie May, Greg .'U1'Belh. Barbara Mcfollislvr, Melixxa Mills, Robert Nufri, Kl.'l'Dlll Pearman. Kim Prinzing, Shannon Seahurn, Miehael Smith. Steve Spriggs, Clijflilla, Bruce Wellon, und .lon ll'hilahi'r. 1 I The House of Reps Supported Compu and Community Project The llozm' of Ropn'w11lzitiw'x ix largely an advixory' group. I1 i.x made up ofelucted ropresunlalive.xjron1 nach homeroom 1-lan. The prmiflenl rylhe undanr holly. Beth Schiffer. is the chairman 1y'tha' House ry Rm'preu'nrorivm. The horm'v'oomx conlpen' in eonlmnm for homeroom points ,meh ax decorating Iraah cans and homeroom ond hallway decorating. They also have pennim day lo raise money for school prrjcwls. The llmm' of Repreaunlzllirm organized for .xignijiuanl projvcu and goalx, Cb 5' i- sv H During the I 985-H6 sehoolyeur, thirty-one students from other coun- Front Row: Leslie Kerley. Katie While. Julie Pertleja, Sonja de Vargas. Tantee Saueressig anti .Helissu Morris. Seeontl Row: Eileen Rossen. Clrnthia Plate, .-llysu Dietz. Jennifer Lange, Michelle Stevens. C'herylAn1lerson, .Yadeeyah Cubin. Margaret Mays, Kristy llomer and Christie Hrfiee. Thirtl Row: Mrs. .lintutie Ro-vital, Kim Margal. Staeeylennings. Ttjjany Perrin, Pat Diamond. Valerie Gage. Richelle Murrill. Valerie Garultlon, lleuther Staller, .lill Saherhagen, antl Charlie Hill. Fourth Row: Beverly Guvultlon. Kelly Logan. Kim Broxterman, Kiln Cole. ',Fi,. ,.- . -f-, -. ,, Uotttqun nc. ft Fralq. .Sal Goneales, Joe Heaton. .left H right and Htl-e Lahncr. xxtvfitr vel' diilltifafifilil Parle vous Francai ? The French Club is u elubjor students who are interested in meeting newpeople and learning tuore about the euuntry, Franee. and the vulture. The Freneh Club eunsists ofabout three dozen ntetubers. They work on xehool prtjeets, and they also do extra aetivities together. This year they sold "Frenz'h" messages. They also went with their sponser. Mrs. Roy- bul. to Glorieta for the weekend. anal the rule for that weekentl was "Parler Francais." International Club Made New Friends tries enjoyed their year in New Mexico and especially shared their xpeeial contributions of knowledge, talent, and personality with the lat-ttltj' and students if Eldorado. They eame from Japan, Gerntany. Norway, F ranee, Spain, Mexieu, antl numerous other countries. One of their artirit-1' options is to be a member of Eldaratltfs International Club. It also opens its ntemltershift to Eagles as well. Mrs. Wttll serves as atlrisorjor this student organization. Some :fthe activitiesjor this past ,rear were highlighted with social gatherings as well as etlueational presentations. The foreign exchange students said that they lilietl the wat' that all the students at Eltloratlo mutle thettt feel weleometl. J Q .ag 9 f t Speech And ational Forensic Bottom Row: Chris McCall, Travis Brinister, Josh Levin, Teddy Howard, John Whisenhunt, Jan Donahoo, Colby Kraybill, and Carrie Brewster. Second Row: Andrea Dalia, Kris Smith, Chris Hogge, Celeste Hine, Lynn Filusch, Elena Farmer, Bill Hay, Dan Feder, Kam Melzer, and Mario Herrera. Third Row: Sumiko Corley, Wendy Dare, Jessica Irwin, Sue Schick, Melissa GrUfee, Lindi Sant, Chris Gullick, Jill Schlick, Claude Canive, and Sponsor: Peggy Jaynes. Top R0w:Allan Shampine, Susan Nash, Pat Diamond, Mike Turk, Brian Lechner, Brad Griffith, Sean Bajuk, Peter Dowling, and Mollie Linhart. f , ,- Left to right: Barbara Bumngton, Travis Christianson, Scott Villane, and Sponsor, Don Mundell. Trainers Make A Difference Gb e , it 1 230 T heAthletic Trainers, headed by Don M un- dell, did a lot of hard work and put in long hours. These students would work for two to three hours on an average day. If a game was being played that evening, they were together until late in the evening. When nothing else was being done, there was a never-ending amount of record keeping to be taken care of These students were in a good educational po- sition. They saw injuries at first moments, saw treatments, and end results. They also got in- volved with wrapping ankles, knees, etc. There was always much to do and much to learn for these trainers. League Teams Are Outstanding Bottom Row:Andrea Dalia, Wendy Dare, S umiko Corley, Mark Dunkenson, Bill Hay, Dan Feder, Lynn F ilusch, and Kam Melzer. T op Row: Mario Herrera, Allan Shampine, Susan Nash, Mike Turk, Brian Lechner, Brad Griffith, Sean Bajuk, Peter Dowling, Claude Canive, and Sponsor: Peggy Jaynes. The National Forensic League and Speech team, headed by Peggy Jaynes, were one in the same. The members M the National Forensic League had to earn points in the Speech team to gain their higher position. There are ap- proximately 300,000 members across the nation. This league has a good reputation. The two groups competed ,ogether and did very well. Eldorado has one of the top three teams in the state. They competed in Arizona, olorado, and throughout New Mexico this year. In the past they have made nationals five out of six years and ave always done well. These students worked hard during their lunch periods and after school. Their work was a Elontinuous day to day process. This hard work shows in the many trophies and certificates they have brought Ome. Deeathlon Team Survived Their First Year The Decathlon Team went into competition for first time in a city meet on Fe- burary 22. A national meet was held in Califor- nia on April 3, and those attending had survived the j7rst round in Albu- querque. Coach Kohr and Coach Butzier held confi- dence in the talent of these young scholars and many facts and fgures were learned by team members as well as coaches. In the last two years the Chess Club has done an outstanding job f 5, playing chess and representing El- A A .. 1 good year for the club Front Row: Ken Hood, Elena Fornier and Larry Brown. Back Row: Sherry Hamption, Coach Kohr, Clara Wemte, Kara Peterson Natalie Stroud and Asst. Coach Butzier. Chess Had All The Right Moves as dorado. This year should be another J ,, ' -Gb W Q 232 gk .c.v CIIESS CLLB Front Row:Jt1t'.-idnlns. Bart Kahler, Rick Martinez, and Tom Ramon. Back Row: Scott Darby. David Dirnsso, Mr. ,'HafKeller. Norman Kahler, and Lynn lfuoll ,,.,....--w ' M . A ,ga 2 W f i, -. 1 233 I' 23 4 The combined artistic talents of 169 Eldorado students produced one of our cities j7nest bands. The combined force of these talented individuals resulted in a number of prestigous awards. Our band produced more All State musicians than any other school in the city, We were also honored to open the Annual Balloon Fiesta in October. Other honors received in- cluded: Third runner up at the State Fair, Third runner up over all in the Zia Marching Band Festival out ofthirty-three bands, First runner up in their division, and outstanding woodwinds. At the 6th Annual Pagent of the Bands they were awarded Third place in their division, Second runner up overall, outstanding woodwinds, auxiliary K F lag Corpsj, and the outstanding solo award went to Tony Navarette who is also a Jr. Drum Major. Indeed this was one of Eldorado's best years for our Marching Band. "' " Eldorado Golden Eagle Marching Band For 1985-86: Flutes: F1 Laura Fisher, Myleen Troxel, F2 Bea Silva, Renee Boss, F3 Dyanne Bolden, Lisa Simon, F4 Cherise Bartow, Cathi Wickesberg, F5 Cathy Welp, Monie Carona, F6 Susan Linnerooth, Tara Bessen, F7 Kim Lunstra, Gwennie Nicolls, F8 Lori Hall, Laura Immel, F9 Vicky Morgan, Monica Seiler, F10 Lisa Barnes, Andrea Head, F11 Cathy Huttenhow. Cathy Harcourt, F12 Holly Jones, Kristen Beckmann, Erin Kilpatrick, Kristal Wadell, Stacy Pederson, Kim Hagler, Clarinets: C1 Beth Prochazka, Linda Grindstaff C2 Jean Grumblatt, Jennyer Byrne, C3 Cynthia Armijo, Richclle Murrell, C4 Lisa Coronado, Julie Byers, C5 Jason Owen, Diana Wifall, C6 Karen Bajuk, Kim Calc, C7 Vicky Vittatoe, Lisa Stuart, C8 Kirsten Williams, Scott Woodward, C9 Jenny Pike, Cl0Scarletle Besson, .losephAnderson, C11 Jennifer Furne, Sammy Tearhout, C12 Matt lngals, Heather Willcock, Chris Jones. Chris Hujer, Juli Belknap. Lisa Gurule, Chad Saber. Jodi Coda. Anita Bright. Shelly Creager. Low BrassfWoodwinds: LI Joey Fazio. Chris Gassler, L2 ,leffLines, Eric Elsner, L3 Rick Fisher, Rick Station, L4 Daniel Pennick, Mark Hcnton, L5 Mike Emerinc, Jason Peter, L6Allen Stanley. Carlos Montoya, L7 Shelly Teachoat, Gregg Raace, L8 James Payette. Paul Blakey, L9 Kevin Campbell, Lance Burke, John Molina, L10 Kalin Lopez. Erin Doherty. L11 Steve Monnin. David Peter, L 12 Peter Crook, Kim Klantmer, L13 John Elias, T. Payton, L14 Christine Stanley, Greg Dotson, L15 Suzanne Doolan, JeHDoyle, Jill Har- ney, L16 Mike McBride, Aaron Raab, Angela Fitzgerald, Joel Hill, Michelle Martin, Julie Boeniker, Kevin Dorf Trumpets: Tl Peter Stilwell, Scott Williams, T2 Travis Olson, Ryan King, TJ Alec Reber, Kelly Horn, T4 Greg Harland, Scott Maass, T5 Dan Broxterman, JeHDonavan, T6AIlen Bivens. Todd Silberman, T7Jill Sandell, .laris Roth, T8 Ricci Curr, Scott McCarty, T9 Chuck Harmon. Susan Fisher, T10 Mike Fisher, Brett Tidler, Stephan Radlou Center: Saxaphones: S1 MattArmstrong, S2 Jon Bray, S3 Steve Giordando. S4 Dan Stouyer, QI Mark Williams, Q2 Jim Archeluta, Bl Matt Nichols, B2 Eric Sanchez. B1 Grace McRae. Bd NielArnctt, C1 Linda Brown, C2 Hal Richardson, C3 Marie Fazio, Ml Penny Romero, M2 Patty Galindo, M3 Camille Hampton and M4 JennU'er Brothers. l J Q YY -, iw - Band Aides: James Payene, Jennmv Dalton, Chris Gassler. Marie Fazio, and Scott Woodward. Directors: Mr. Aslin and Mr. Fessingcr. 31. Eldorado Bands Took ' Honors at Festival - fit l 1 V - .fe -r J-Q., ' , , I . . 0 ' Officers: Front: Robin Davis and Tony Navaretle. Back: I Payton, Allen Blvers, .loey Fazw, Scott Williams. Linda Brown. Nyleen Troxel, and Suzanne Doolon. l l 1 " 'Eff Q , .. K . .. y Q Y X y Q ' N. W N in . 047 ' , . i' P f -o f 1 W 5 'lrfks X , 1 ., W. K ,K f. 'H of - W: ,qefzf :sg 'Qi3.iX,:i Q' y Q' U' I It : ' Q 'Ti V I 4 . Section Leaders: First Row: Clay Williams. Laura Fisher. Rath Zimmerman, Matt Armstrong, Kim Cole, 2 Beth Prachazka, Jason Owen, Greg Dotson, Peter Crook, T. Payton, James Payette, .Iuey Fazio, Chris f I I , 1 i I . Gassler, Cherise Barrow, Scott Williams, Kim Lunstra, Peter StiIwell,Allen Bivens, Lisa Simon, Brett J . . Q K , 'X - hifi fi" N Tidler, and Nyleen T roxel. ' f f , Drum Majors: Tony Navarerre and Robin Davis. I , '.-. 6 ob Q fs' an 9 1 . ,MMV W f MW First Row: Lauri Hall, Laura Fisher, Lisa Simon, Tara Besson, Kristen Beckmann, Nyleen Troxel, Jill Sandell, Shelly Creager, and Mr. Fessinger. Second Row: Robin Davis, Linda Grindstafjf Beth Prochazaka, Shannon Sealzorn, Kim Cole, Richelle Murrell, Joe Anderson, Matt Ingalls, C ynthiaArmijo, Jason Owen, I Scott Woodwardj, Chris Jones, and Patty Galindo. Third Row: James Payette, T. Payton, John Elias, Erin Doherty, Peter Cook, Kim Klammer, and Suzanne Doolen. Fourth Row: MattArmstrong, Clay Williams, Jon Floyd, Joey Fuzio, Rick Stratton, Chris Gassler, and Marie Fazio. FU'th Row: JejfDonovan, Peter Stilwell, Scott Williams, Tono Pomerleau, Allen Bi vens, and Tony Navarette. Sixth Row: Hal Richardson, Trey Stiles, Jim Archeluta, Mark Williams, Ruth Zimmerman, and Rick Belknap. is As 'yew , First Row: M onie C orona, C hcrise Bartow, Andea Head, And Kim Lunstra. Second Row: Kathy Harcourt, Renee' Boss, Kathy Welp, Kathy Nickensberg, and Erin Killpatrick. Third Row: Susan Linnerooth, Kim Hagler, Vicky Morgan, Kathy Huttenhow, Laura lmmel, and Monica Seiler. Fourth Row: Penny Romero, Lori Hall, Stacy Pederson, Pyanne Bolden, Veronica Martinez, Bea Silva, and Kristal Wadell. F ith Row: Joel Hill, Angela Fitzgerald, Scarlette Besson, Jennver Furn, Julie Byers, Lisa Stuart, and Jodi Cota. Sixth Row: Jean Grumblatt, .lennU'er Byrne, Karen Bajuk, Julie Belknap, Jenny Pike, Vicky Vittitoe, andAnita Bright. Seventh Row: Heather Willock, Lisa Coronado, Scott Woodward, Chad Suber, Kirsten Williams, Lisa Gurule, Paul Blakey, and Carlos Montoya. Eight Rowg Kevin Campbell, Mike McBride, John Molina, Gregg Race, Shelly Teachout, David Peter, Lance Burke, and Kevin Dorff Ninth Row: Jill Horney, Travis Olsen, Scott Maas, Dan Broxterman, Stephan Radloff Ricci Carr, Robert Bitto, Mike Fisher, Jejf Doyle, and Aaron Raab. Tenth Row: Gregg Dotson, Christine Stanley, Ryan King, Scott McCarty, Jaris Roth, Todd Silberman, Kelly Horn, Susan Fisher, Erin Doherty, Michelle Martin, and Jennder Dalton. Eleventh Row: Mr. Aslin, Eric Elsner, Mark Henton, Julie Boeniker, Rick Fisher, Daniel Pennick, Jason Peter, Jeff Lines, Jodi Pate, Mike Emerine, and Mr. Fessinger. Twelth Row: Dan S touffer, Eric Sanchez, Matt Nichols, Niel Arnett, Grace McRea, Jennifer Brothers, and Brett Morrison. Thirtenth Row: Jon Floyd, Steve Giordano, and Jon Bray. The Screamin' Eagles Flew Shannon Seaborn, Gregg Rose, and James Payette. Row: Clay Williams, Trey Stiles, Phil Mendelsohn, Jill Sandell, Peter Stilwell, Scott Williams, Allen Bivens, Tony Navarrette, Brett Tidler, Mr. Fessinger. Second Row: Matt Armstrong, Chris Gassler, Joey Fazio, Rick Stratton, Robin Davis, John Elias, T. Payton, Beth Prochazka, High Like The Golden Image ' Eldorado's outstanding Bands went for number one and succeeded to be number Throughout the year the band put in many hours of hard work to become the This years S yhphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Screamin Eagles, and Golden ,mage Band performed for dU'ferent functions throughout the year, going all out to e the best. The Bands attended The Calvacade Music Festival Competition in olorado Springs, Colorado, and City Solo, on April Sth. Also they performed for he District number seven Large Group Festival and participated in the UNM Jazz estival. Eldorado Students can truly say that each and every band member brought school spirit to Eldorado High School. The band of85-86 were outstanding in their Derformance all around. First Raw: Scott Hull, Joel Sikoja, Ryan King, Val Grafa, Niel Arnett, and Dan Stozdfer. Second Row: John Molina, Nyleen Troxel, Kevin Campbell, Mike McBride, Jeff Doyle, Kalin Lopez, David Peters, and Scot! Oyler. Third Row: Julie Byers, JennUner Dalton, Janice Campos, Daniel Penicle, Jodi Pate, Carlos Mon- toya, Matt Roeser, and Mr. Aslin Fourth Row: Scott Maas. Shannon Miller. Jeff Donovan, T ono Pomerleau, Travis Olson, Dan Broxterrnan, and Ricci Carr. Q n , 1 . 4' Alf The Golden Band is made up of sixty-six Fresh- men and is instructed by David Aslin and Stuart Fessinger. The Golden Band is eager and the mem- bers are striving to move up in the Eldorado pro- gram. They all practice hard and work for perfec- tion. Golden Band Prevails gsgiisf vgssuli 2 V, 4, Qsfgilg- A A f., 5448- .3 g :YT of , . ' . 4 4 f fm " A'ri'E",- . l A . 42 H1 -5-:sig-' :- -.-,gz K 4 N 'I' 1, uw. 1 Q 1, .. xg J Row One: Cindy Tidler, Stephani Reil, Chris Kinnard, Jeremy Keppler, Heidi Hunt, Tracey Roethrg, Jennifer Sellneyer, Ronda Blacksher, Avdra Petht, Tina Kroken, Marian Props, Sherri Rodzewich, Natalie Corey, Carolyn Utsey, C arrie Brewlesly, Jeff Page, Doug Gough, Tres Morgan, and Robin Boles. Row Two: Kevin 0'Brien, Mike Lehner, Dean Sanduvol, Chris Jones, Kendall Taylor, William Vigil, Kelly Smallwood, Mike Miller, Benjamin Dunn, Doug Bitto, Norman Kahler, Shelbi Jones, M ichaeline Melemlaz, Coleen McGlore, Trish Carroll, Amanda Espnosa, and John Martinez. Row Three: Kelly Dix, Peter Gill, Bill Revlin, Dylan Dobecki, Jill Page, Gina Ledrel, Amy Parker, David Mahi, Riff Beske, Bob Williams, Chip Morgenson, Robert Hartman, Mark Lopez, Mike Espinosa, Troy Castillo, John Whiserhunt, Chris Gullick, Drew Payne, Annette Garica, Yvone Maeias, Chris Newman, Bill Uher, Scott Harnish, Sean Feery, and Chris Johnson. Row Four: Mr. Fessinger, and Mr. Aslin. 238 Flag Corps Twirls Eagle Colors is fi Top Row: Melinda Duncan, Brandy Bentz, Kimberly Morgan, andAngela Shaver. Middle Row: Merrideth Barker, Keri Struye, Michelle Yeaman, Natale Montoya, Karen Konrad and Dianne Fulcher. Front Row: Melissa Harmon, Shannon Richards, Lichelle Peete, Jessica Irwin, Margot Head, Joetta Stillwell, Barbara Desiwa, and Liz Brodsky. The Flag Corp is made up oftwenty-two talented girls who work hard to make Eldorado well known. The Flag Corp combined with the Marching Band in The Zia Marching Festival and won Out standing Flag Corp and Outstanding Auxilary. 1 we Q 239 .523 2 9 s r . "Ah, M Day s" Better With Music The Eldorado Orchestra was composed of forty aspiring, young musicians under the baton of Mr. Wlayne T helander. This group met as a class during the first period ofthe day to learn new music and to improve personal talents in playing their respective instruments. Numerous concerts were given during the year, including a holiday concert in our Performing Arts Center. In November many of these students competed in rigorous All State tryouts, and they played in theAll State Music Festival in January. I n early Spring there was the enjoyment of participat- ing in the District Music Festival. Throughout the entire year, some of these young musicians had earned the honor of playing in theAlbuquerque Youth Symphony or theAlbuquerque Youth Orchestra. As the school year ended, the orchestra honored the members in the senior class as they performed together for one Fnal concert. M553 Class Officers: Trent Whiteside, Jennifer Saran, Valerie Mora, and John Kim. ul Seated: Trent Whiteside, Angela Branson, Larissa Polk, Angela Shaver, Darla Brown, Diane Fullerton, and Tim Demmie. First Row: Lisa Toops, Leslie Kexley. Cynthia Hobhelder, Pat Nye, Michelle Preutice, Eileen Sieus, and Jennifer Saran. Second Row: Barbara Copeland, Matt Bray, Glenn Wheet, Susan Shick, Tamre Saueressig, Valerie Mora, Lisa Hautzeurader, Gayle Camino, and Heather Berg. Third Row: Jennifer Schense, Rilkele Saejleow, John Kim, Evan Killpatrick, Missy Dotson, Robert Hohl- jelder. Micheal Surith, and Erick Robinson. Top Row: Tom Martin, Kyle Scott, Monique Fine, Rod Shumpine, and Ken Danfee. Not Pictured: Sean Muzzlinger, Bob Mulligan, Bob Carlrton, and Don Maestas. First Row: Lori Parker, Julie Verdeja, Sheryl Lundberg, Shari Lawrence, Wally Romero, Gilbert Leyba, Andy Gorton, Margaret Martinez, Robin Hudgins, Melanie Mummert, and Gina Bernabie. Second Row: Megan Anthony, Danielle Wilson, Valerie Gage, Jana Cranfill, Stephen King, Jeff Marsh, Chris Hall, Holly Hostetler, Jessica Irwin, Colleen 0'Neill, and Lisa Berg. Third Row: Stacey Jennings, Jennifer Owen, Jane Owens, Sherrie Bell Mario Herrera, Russ Parker, Joe German, Scott Pascale, Heidi Wengert, Dorthy Buell, LeeAnn Young, and Kendra Bump. Top Row: Faye McCarty, Heather Lough, Marka Stephens, Eileen Henlce, Debbie Williams, Brad Grwith, Kevin Knighton, Scott Tltontpson, Sarah Baron, Madeleine Hedlund, Lori Schweighardt, Teri Quesada, and Mrs. Leder. Not Pictured: Shannon White, Tanya Rivers, and C asi Pryor. Concert Chorus and Gold Rash Captured State Attention K , A ' Z? ,Q . Q. fl A XY. Q W f B 1 Sift . . 'Q 4 " Q tg. First row: Jessica Irwin, Robin Hudgins, and Danielle Wilson. Second row: Heidi Wengert, Melanie Mummert, Teri Quesada, Megan Anthony, Faye McCarty, Colleen 0'Neill, Chris Hall, Holly Hos- tetler, Lori Parker, LeeAnn Young, Valerie Cruge, Dorothy Buell, and Margaret Martinez. Third row: Peter Wengert, Mario Herrea, Andy Crorton, Kevin Knighton, Joe German, Stephen King, JeffMarsh, Brad Griyith, Scott Thompson, and Wally Rontero. Not Pictured: Gilbert Leyba, and T unya Rivers. The Choral Department was as busy as ever this year. The Fall Concert was an out- standing success. The Concert Choir and Swing Choir were chosen to be on KOAT- TV Channel 7 for a Christmas Special which was aired on December 25 and De- cember 28. They were one of five choirs chosen from the entire state to be on the Special, which was quite an honor for El- dorado. The choirs also went to a competi- tion at the Durango F ineArts Festival held in Durango, Colorado, and the District Seven Music Festival held here in Albu- querque. They were both quite successful. Q s , ' A Mixed Chorus and Treble Ensemble The Solo and Ensemble Festival was a booming success with approximately seventy students participating from Eldorado. They had thirteen All-State winners who were honored to be chosen as participants in the New Mexico Music Educators, held at UNM on January ninth, tenth, and eleventh. The Choral Department in conjunction with the Drama Department produced the musical "Little Mary Sunshine," which was playedfour nights to packed audiences. As a service project, the Choral Department, including all fve choirs, performed for various Nursing Homes in the area. One of the times included singing Christmas carols. They brought love and joy to those less fortunate. It was even more rewarding for Mrs. Leder and the choir members. is ' f T me z1,,e,,, . First Row: Keri Buck, Lisa Rcinke, and Shelly Reed. Second Row: Deby Valasquez, Heather Craig, Karen Bess, Julie McCon- naughy. Pam Gallengos, Sabrina Knaaer, Tracey Durnam, and Evan 0'Bryan. Third Row: Linda Craig, Many lntogna, Linda Sawyer. Sonja Moore, Melanie Guillen, and Stefanie H artbarger. Top Row: Mrs. Lauren Leder, Director, Shawn Ashlock, James Taber, Jason Peete, Allen Gonzales. James Robenson, Pete Dowling, Chris McCall, and Ryan Marsh. If Q W Q 242 Performed with Success L-J L...1 1 First Row: M onoca Robertson, Colette Bastt, Tina C onenour, Ann BQ'fle, Vanessa T empleton, Lorna McBride, Jenny Pierce, and Tracy Hart. Second Row: Lauren Leder, Errin Best, Kim Berry, CindyAeby, Raehet Hofpnan, Shelly Barrat, Erica Fox, Laura Strange, and Michelle Taylor. Third Row: Eileen Callahan, Terry Culpepper, Katie Mann, Alissa Selvia, Tracy Eckert, Beth Callahan, Kerry Foster, Renea Andreas, and Beth Schweighardt. L...m..-I C r" . . Q22 f 5 r ' 'T ' 4 Q f ' , s g ,,,, .t , , it , PA, Q, q 1 hi . ,, ,vig f ,J A . ' ' 1' ','JQv . ,ff a 5 h , I ls ' - ' I in 31. Q. ,V gi' 4 ,ge i ,Q S ,,e' A o a r s E , I K r r' 7' we . ar of ' ' "" f ' cf .S T 1 E N ,.,,, do in 'T : 1 Ak? 4,195 i S ' fe S si e of fi K N ev' . ,, ze f . RQ R 375 W ., 1 1, . . f QE i A it f I ff, .ki Se A . ' has 'sf W 'fl 2 ,ll First Row: Tonya Turner, Carolyn Keller, Kathy Bates, Lichele Pete, and Mary Eileen Rosson. Second Row:Angi Kim, Stephanie Hestwood, Darlene Meloche, Barbara Bufjington, and Michele Yeaman. Third Row: Mrs. Leder, Julie Hurst, Kerry Swerns, Patricia Eagan, Melissa Sickles, Cyndii Kelsey, and Carina Maldonado. Not Pictured:Antanya Sisneros, Sue Stecklrauer, and Kim Wilkenson. . - - 1 - cs We on I' W 24 Q , t First Row, Sheri Pierce, Kami Cox, Hollye Bronson, JennUer H ickox, Jill Hendricks, Tanya Florence, and Krissie Shipp. Back Row, Tara King, Kathy Richardson, Blythe Moore, Laurie Brown, K jersten Rubin, Bertha Tien, and Laurie King. , , e.- 3' t . :V 'K K ff 1 M f 4 at 'Y V15 f v , " f'f-1 i ii , ky ! ,LJ 1 an Q X if I .L K Cuadrilla Was Anything But Routine I 6 xi ', , ? at ,, i 'ht-Aid K . Top RowgAlysa Mead, Beth Geuder, Kristin Van Veen, Barbara McCollister, Staci Molde, Michelle Rose, Lesley Davis, Lara Ryzman, Sheri Bloom, Angela Gover, Renee Owen, and Devin Moss. Bottom Row, Shannon Burgess, Renee Ortega, Angie Stuart, Linda Mayo, Kim Prinzing, Karina Van Veen, Carol Bickelman, Mary Anne Pierce, Kari Sutherland, Amy Blomstrom, Britt Weathers, and Nicole Hodgson. Mascot: Julie Marra. The 1985-86 "La CuadriIla" has given excellent examples of their talent through their numerous performances. The team consisted of thirty-nine dedicated girls that practiced everyday for two hours. Just before tryouts they had to go to a clinic to learn basic cheers. At the tryouts they have to do one regular routine and do one kick routine. To be on the Drill Team the participants had to have a 2.0 grade average. Mrs. Evans stated that her relationships with the girls was like being their big sister. One very important requirement of being on Drill Team was that they had to "Love It!" Q Q , 9 Kelly Filkins Nicole Gable Kim Lastra Missy Paglia Wendy Preston Monika Singleterry " qKim Louthan W Q l l Katie White 1 A ,W K W P 3 Qfee W iii.. , 1 V. . E i A 3 i n gi ,,.., ..,. Q ' N S '- . 'E xt - t r . Q Fifa. . f , ix V, 4 L ,, , We ,, rf A. ,,,,,., , . V K, t -, W p. we - ' ff. , . ' I ji , ' 1" iraqi "1 " nf .'.5, ' Q H K ' W W . . f gt A ,L .4 ln I A i KY 1 ' I ' Q Ah m V A I' ' . sf . Aves I 3 qu 5 ' 1' t A Front Row: Kim Louthun, Katie White, Nicole Gable, Missy Paglia. Back Row: Kelly F i lkins, Wendy Preston, Kim Lastra, and Monika S ingleterry. Eldorado Cheerleaders Encourage School Pride And Boost Eagle Spirit High l i . -f A.,ff , 1 "' h.m.......,... Kami Beeman Nancy Martine Front Row: Stephanie Merret, Jackie Tanner, and Kirstin Sterosky. Middle Row: Kelly Young and Kami Beeman. Back Row: Nancy Martinez. Stephanie Merret Kirstin Sterosky fr. , gg. fe Jackie Tanner Kelly Young The Varsity Cadet Cheerleaders had an outstanding year. They took regionals in Portales against other Varsity Squads in the states of New Mexico and Texas. After winning regionals they headed for Miami, Florida, for the National Cheerleading Association's Championship. The cheerleaders worked hard throughout the year supporting our teams. The Varsity Cheerleaders squad of eight went to Dallas, Texas, for a N C A Camp and were up for the Awards of Excellence in the top I5 out of the 104 participating squads. They also won overall at the U.S. Spirit Leader Camp. Also during this year they have cheered for Varsity Football, Boys and Girls Soccer, Wrestling, Boys and Girls Varsity Basket- ball, Boys and Girls Cross Country, and Baseball. 9 Q W Q 247 5 1 7: 1 41' J.V. and Freshman Cheerleaders L, '-fam, rw as ,P W 4 , W, AQ f A -w',ne'r 15 :Lf -S a 4f4f2"2 Teri Rzlyn' Kuthy Evunx Kristen Luxlru Cluurliu Orlvgu m ff :fr S-T2'5,.' .XY . Lina .4 ragun Linda llabln x Frunl Row: Limlu llubbx. lliddle Row: Kulhy Evans uml Claudia Orlegu. Buck Row: Lim Arugun, Teri Royvv and Krislen Lusrrn. Q ,-N Q 1 x The J. V. Cheerleaders spent every Saturday of their summer washing cars to earn enough money to go towards their uniforms. They practiced hard everyday, and they enjoyed their sophomore year getting to know the rest of the squad. The Freshmen Cheerleaders were new at everything this year. They worked really hard as a new squad. They competed in a competition and took first place. Even though they were new this year, they all had fun, and both the J. IC and Freshmen lent a lot of support to E ldorado's Athletic teams. Ms. Sandoval has been sponsoring the cheerleaders for the past few years. All in all, the J. V. and Freshmen cheerleaders showed a lot of their Eagle Spirit. Iron: Row: lxulhr Lou h and Rhonda Rmlrigucz. Middle Row: u ecxlla ' ' l 4 A sion. uml Melissa Snurcly. Jumped With Eagle O O Amy Alston Gina Duvall Falecshu Fatkler t ' Q Q 'EI' '79 W at 9 Kulhi Lourhan Rhonda Rodriguez Melissa Snavely l l Fl luckler. Gina Durul .. I l L ,f A ' fi, B! 4 m., Q J , -. :zz 5 A " ,..1.,.,. saw-Q K 1 2 X . Aux.. vw. 1 I -A 3. '5 J A W fvf. p gm S My MA.-.a,,y'd31"" H? k gg- - ,Eg ,.,,k I -...ge This year's Varsity team finished its regular season with a 6-4 mark, and as runner-up in our district, getting Eldor- ado back on the track of being in the playoffs, something it has enjoyed I3 y n times in the last I4 years. This team played hard all year and had the dubious pleasure ofplaying a non-district sched- ule ladened with the state's toughest pe- rennial powerhouses, six of which made it to the playoffs. This team did every- thing it could to continue Eldorado's tradition ofbeing one ofthe state's pre- mire programs. rx, ' A fx e j 1 s A , N :.s, ,N s i. - - , A , ,. .,.. sf, 1 gi - W Q X , e N .9 f .N f Q .. -V , ww f n , 'a f lgiiiix x ' ' ,, int.: 5 ..'a..' K 'rj' :g i"L,n,, 1- 1 . ,I my . A x . , , . -...,g. r:. 3 . . cw, 1k is-. -f.,,.,f-5' -, . 12 x X - vm ' N, " 9 ' SWF ,' f i - few- i ' f fi' if ' N-12. f' P - '- +G - -ke i. i t .M-. s' ' f S ,v we - -m ' -of B ii.. 'P N g -,nl First Row: .lason Turpin, Kent Brown, Robbie Shecker, Lawrence Chafin, .IeffMartinez, Steve Spinks, Darrel Mummert, Paul Sem Charlie Dotson, and Doug Key. Second Row: Richard Mares, Mike Meyer, Chris Kakos, Keith Rel, Eric Weinmaster, Bobby Lurch, Rick Stutts, Danny Holton, Bob Paris, and Kevin Brannan. Third Row: Pat Royce, .IeffLowell, Eric Smith, Joe Padilla, Bill Grubb, Kevin Carnes, Jeff Wise, Brian Moore, David Roe, Darin Hendry, and Dan Royce. Fourth Row: Coach Dare, Eric Michelson, Duane Sinclair, David Trucksa, Scott Lathan, Gary Land, Kermit Pearman, Dirk Weddle, Greg Smith, Rob Smith, Gavin Flury, and Coach Johns. Top Row: Coach Mosser, Coach Collins, David Pringle, Mike Young, Greg Fackler, Jay Sanner, David Roe, Tim Garcia, Chris Corbalis, Coach Bisetti, and Coach Hall. 254 WSW-'Il 'Bl 13 vs ,MAJ 9 . .l J" ffl 5:3 NL' GMX I ,,. N X X f f i, -A 1 255 This year's Junior Varsity Football team was a very talented bunch of young men. They were very exciting to watch as they went undefeated and finished up the season as the City champions. J. V. This season extends the Junior Varsity mark over the last two years to I5-l. This accomplishment T k I should really make for exciting football here at 00 t o Eldorado in the future. Qi ..,' ,V K ' ' ,r ' s'i' 2 " T53 "" ,, .,5.. ,V my r t,tt Q CHS EHS HHS 28-0 EHS tlt, ,vs r, RHS, f 47-7 'ZEHS ezfrr vs rMHS 32520, EHS WMHS EHS, it VHS yy .,,., .. EHS, . ,,,, vs., ' ' ,MIM-M' . K.. I-F 3lm'li1l?-i2lE'I'fl?'lX5' I -f--'-' S Q Y is V 'A ' T E T l .qw-.uw , . ,, N . ,, X. , , l , 4... M - T T tttt it T r , - fame ...se.xsatwwsrwwASR-we-ai-Hrw: 1':.M-.M fr s X T T r s Front Row: Bill Pasen, Matt Plnwman, Bill Talley, Mark Walker. Adrian Lupez, Brian Urelletre. Bart Burton, Erie Toledo, Clint Correa. and Kask King. Second Raw: Tracey Ketner, Rub McKinley, Smit Quiring, Pat Ryan, Jejlllurrip, Rob Hawley. Chris Carbalis, Han Harris. Richard I anderkaay, and John Glover. Third Raw: Shawn -HUD:-rnmtr, Pal Raman, David Pringle. Ron l'p.vhaw, Pat Rapagnani. Eric Bickcl. Darrin llendersnn, Calron Janes, LurrySrni1h, Roy Pelersun, and Joel llirlh. Fourth Row: .Wichuel Meyer, .ltW'Murlinez. Couch Collins, Coach Dare. Caueh Moser, Couch llall, Coach Johns. Coach liisetti, Dan Royce, and Kent Brown. Tap Raw: Chris Jlargenwn. .Hike Young, Chris Kalws. SFUII Latham, Mil-e Giacomo, David Roe, Dirk lieddle, Brian Jlaare, Trey Brader, And David Truekxa. '1'Y Freshmen Football Show Promise For Future ' Fi ves, in J' ehh.i 1. wi Q, SQNYFBQZ' War ri C 54 fi :Q , t is 5 ,, ,agen ' if 5. rf, y 1 X , 1 Q me vs ql1,3f,qg15lH ' 5,:iii:Q?3:gf,, f N Q4. Ng? , 9 wr 0 ,. fav ,. I n eg, , .aegi- wk 553 G! , tg .. MH so 4 rs 5 E293 Qfxxfal 0:13 , , W is I Qi n, .-1-- -.......- V, ' .V , .Nl an-an-In from Row: John Kear, Steve Kerr. Lawrence Ortiz, Charlie Dietrich, JeHSnnner. Mike Dare, Travis Dorsrhnuer, Chris Morgan. and lwdll Dcvies. Second Row: Robbie Chavez. Glenn Stagren, Sean Horn. Chad Kelly. Scutl Datsun, James Ashford. ,lawn Brondnik, Robert Lavigne, and Chris Rellinger. Third Row: Curtis Towers. .lun Rae, Casey Cernak. Chris Abeyru. Raphael Murrel. Derek McGill, Shawn Fesler, Max Dosher, and Kenny Berkey. Fourth Row: .laron McGee, Bob Mulligan, Niel Arnett, Sean Sullivan, Glenn Stulgren, Chris Reynold, Gina Lucero, Ty Brock, Mike Nerweiler, und Chris Newman. Top Row: .Iuhn McGee, Chris Wextphal, David Eickxon. Mike Diveley. Scott Brand, Brad Curlis, Rick Barnes, Jason Huntsman, and Garrett Grnhn. Though the Freshmen did not have the traditional win ning record so prevalent to E.H.S. pride, they definete ly began their goal to become champions. The team learned discipline, unity, and the winning attitudes so vital to continue Eagle heritage. Girls Varsity Soccer Makes EHS Proud By Going To State This year, the Varsity Girls Soccer Team went undefeated U5-01 during the regular season, contributing to a two year, 33 game winning streak. They also placed third in the State competition. With only seven re- turning players, this accomplishment took a lot of hard work and dedication, with exellent coaching by Sarah Wilson. Many players were selected for the All State Team. Q e , 1. 1 258 K ee E, M ui' ' f- z' X. 1 ,lwlif rf K. - 253 E .ww at C ABLE: ,ASLLE 5555. u Front Row: Shelley Green, Wendy Hancock, April Rodney, Danielle Jeffrey, Suzanne Doolen, and Monique Ecker. Middle Row: Brigitte Sparlin, Sue Piasecki, Ruth Zimmerman, Susie Vogel, Maria Tomlinson, Paula Cress, and Liz Bauer. Back Row: Sherri Burchette, Marie Smidt, Beth Hinkle, Becky Wright, Marni Wendell, and Coach Sara Wilson. Not Pictured: Jeannie Hirschman and Christina Chavez. Junior Varsity Soccer Gives Support To Varsity V , ,yi 9253 I H 'F Front Row: Cartney VanZele, Christel Foster, Melanie Medley, Tammy Skinner, Jeanne Hirschman, and StephanieAllen Middle Row:Anne 0'Neil, Stephanie Baker, Susan Fisher, Christina Chavez, CindyAeby, Jennifer Simonds, and Cynthia Plate Back Row: Coach Dick Vogel, Jessica Slocum, Stacey Brake, Erin Williams, Kelly Hershberger, and Melanie Mummert. W rigs 'i'i i '-'i"-,,f J i 'W 'ff' K' H J. Girl Sillfnior T E' , -hgwr , 11:'1 5 E Q MHS ,, ,,,ii bg C 0 EHSW 5 CHS 1 EHES 0 EHS 2 W iw, .El L . Q A ,sys SHS SHS . X tsii .,,,,..,r 54: fm.: mm, - s- , f T .wages ,Jw 0, I Q gi g l l ' Q ,3 . ,A 20 Varsity Soccer Had A Ball Front Row: Hans Plate, Chuck Harmon, Steve Patterson, David Peters, Jeth Harbinson, and Steve Brent. Second Row: Josh Bliss. Mike Holmquist, Mark Furaus, Rod Navarro, Mike Prater, Chris Horn, and Eric Knutson. Back Row: Tom 0'NciII, David Shultz, Danny Pearce, Trent Whiteside, Larry Knutson, Brian Dodge, .lay Dahlman, Jorge Ortega, and Jej' Grayson. EHS vs. FHS vs. EHS SVS! W , EHS? vs. EI:IS,f vs, - 1 1,, , EHR' Ziff? .V , J' V ,J Academy HHS Acaderny D ,t,,,, 4-4QQQQw V f DN S ,gg to S 'f ' 1-3 gif, 3 124, Ja X if' Bog? Ak fim , W, 1 Academy gn Afogrgt' 'f 0-2 I-2 4-0 M'Q'fmdf3.,h,QQ1i H 5' " V o ,,.., " 1 MHS - o , rv f EH MHS H ,ff'ia,"''-ffggffffi'"'vihiEffs'?5fg!i?3'gf1 'fi l' 'li ' V' 755 . , f a g f HS ,WP ew .a WMS, E ll im K ,g g 5 Qu PM f 97. . f, 2, 842 1-1, to o 2-1 Under the coaching of Larry Knutson, the Boys Varsity Soccer fn- EHS . VH - ished their season with pride. The outstanding players for the 1985 EHS A g ,St lg-3 season were as follows: Top Scorer, Mike Prater,' Outstanding Defensive M EHS M vsf C C 8-0 1 Player, Dan Pearceg Outstanding Offensive Player, Rod Navarro, and EHS vs' .MHS - 5-2 Trent Whiteside was presented with the Eagle Spirit Award. The J. V. EHS vs' SHS W 10-0 Soccer T eam's performance was outstanding. Under the training of EHSG, vs' , CHS Q K 442 Coach Harmon and Coach Huskinson, the team Fnished their season EHS vs' n A Ast v undefeated. All ofthe players accomplished this through hard work and EHS ' S ' 3-0 E positive attitudes. They placed third in the city tournament. EHS vs: - 2 K' ll-0 EHS vs. J ggg , 4-I' n , EHS vs.f l .,.. 1-0. v J V S K k iz ' ' e EHS . Sandia Rrep n G 2-0f F H ' h G l 'f . . S fn Q , .X , . I mil W In in 1 A 'ggg V , i K K ,- , . UW I if V wr' ' . as 2 ' , g,.. , '5 5, 4 . G r 4 R ,N x A Ai it Front Row: Bernard Pearman, Rusty Gray, Josh Kern, Bryan Hus- kinson, Joe Fuller, Mark Babock, and Jessie Gallegos. Second Row: Bryan Iceler, Rick Stratton, Dillan Midkif, John Hancock, Easy Jimincz, Frank Wilson, Blake Whiteside, Kurt Russell, and Matt Charney. Back Row: Coach Harmon, Ca- meron Ward, Bryan Cline, Anthony Ortiz, Gabe Salazar, Trek Kelly, and Coach Huskinson. ' we Q vs 261 The Girl's Cross Country season was off to a flying start when both Jr. Varsity and Varsity won thei r F rst meet. As the season progressed and the girls improved, they continued to stay on top of the competition. In city they were expected to do well, and they did. Varsity won first place, and Jr. Varsity placed third. The Varsity team of sev- en runners then placed first in District and cli- maxed their exciting season when they took sec- ond in state. Deedee Bazan, a sophomore, fn- ished first overall at state, and Carolyn Gallagher, also a sophomore, placed third. As Coach Knauber states, "I 'm very proud of the Cross Country girls, they worked hard, had great attitudes, and it showed in their accomplish- ments throughout the season." It just goes to show, when the going gets tough, our girls get truckin'! Girls Cross Country Ran With Eagle Pride -I IKKI 1 an nv, S fi -..Q t Q QL za., ,av ' we 5 W xv, sc, ,X J.. 3 , , J ...,... C Front Row: Lyssa Robertson, Mgr., Annette Garcia, DeeDee Bazan, Karen Kalat, and Becky Spring. Second Row: Coach Knauber, Carolyn Gallagher, JennU'er Huffman, An- gela Fitzgerald, Katy Patrick, and Carrie Masayesva. ff! gl Front Row: Lyssa Robertson, Michelle Karp. Kelly Baxter, Nadia Gobi, Elizabeth John- son, and Wendy Pabich. Second Row: Coach Knauber, Lynn Filusch, Kim McKinley, Shelly Schmidt, Melissa Scibor, and Michelle Hash. .11 C it 5 ' 'ixl ir i 5 'fs V1 is t, r in Mg gg 5 sr 2nd' ' MHS, ' , . A. V d.'Q '2nd,, W i ' -Forte Wingate t " J .ni3rdr gg r i. WMHQ-mire.-r ' ' 2nd'7 e EHs-INVITE C .Q 1 .. 1, sm S t ii. .G City . as: -...fi -r . Sf ' A, V' -515 HH Jnvgtc,5..f',. V, nas' 35' r'r A SH 3 nvim, akrewglvpl g ., gf, A .L vii H.. ,. ' , f -f L. 4. e.f',t5w'5Q A - wr ff , L' 1 g District? ' or sig. W :SiB'lew?5Mf5 fi .',' 4' ,Wv Q a -1 Q ... lywfgtmiw ' wr' ,if ""'1-...IL--..,, ,. 6 w... 1.24-A5 - is Front Row: Dan Broxterman, Greg Dixon, Mark McGukin, Tory Sullivan, Chris Lamb and Coach Jim Edwards. Second Row: Joe Germano, Rob Shaver, Todd Klein, Chris DeVries and Chris Knackstedt. Front Row: Dan Broxterman, Greg Dixon, Young Song, Vince K nackstedt, and Coach Jim Edwards. Second Row: John Schlicting, Rob Shaver, Shawn Brougham and Chris Roming. Boys Cross Country Gave It Their All. The Boys Cross Country team had a great season. The guys put in long hours running long distances without complaints. Their hard work paid off Todd Klein, an outstanding runner, placed first in District and also ran in State. Coach Jim Edwards stated, "This group of young athletes are talented, enthusiastic, and hard workers, who can do anything they can set their minds to." Great job guys! Remember-Keep your feet on the ground, and keep running to the finish line! Q s , 1. 1 263 Varsity Volleyball Came Through . . . UHRADO 8 mn - 9 Yst 5 F Top Row: Mgr. Teri Jeansone, Cindy Riordan, Laura Porter, Ann Demmijohn. Paula Schnitzler, Christiene Kleven, and Mgr. .loAnn Chance. Bottom Row: Traeee Smith, Jennifer Kipp, Tijjany Brader, Sandy Graybeal, Elain Kleven, Nikki Widner, and Beky Stanley. Not Shown: Coach Cindy Chavez. The Eldorado Varsity Volley- ball Team jqnished this season with a I6-2 overall record. All C ity Awards went to Laura Porter and Jennyper Kipp. All District Awards went to Laura Porter, Ann Demijohn, Christine Kleven, and Paula Schnitzler. The Managers ofthe Eldorado Varsity Volleyball team were Ann Chance and Teri Jeansone. Head Coach was Cindy Chavez. Assistant coach was Nora Carter. ,.., ..,. . V 1 VVEHS vs. .EHS vs. 'EHS vs. vs. 5 EHS vs. vs. EHS VEHS vs .EHS .L VS- vs. EHS vs. EHS, vs. vs. EHS vs. . .EHS vs. VS. fits finished ihisi I6-2 Record. SHS WMHS AHS CHS CHS . LOST WON WON WON DN H S" ' f?i'ffW V 3: GA DS I Mayfield rr"s'r LCHS WOM ESTANQLA WoN s j HHSW-fe WONV W Ng att fwitlt' Top Row: Coach Sue Garcia, Robin Renawd, Christiana Harper, Melissa Nelson, Trina Belletini, and Tara Willingham. Bottom Row: Julie Hirshjield, Kara Shulcas, Karen Beezhold, Celina Hime, and Brenda Guterrez. . N ,,5,'-4 t s , . Girls .lffyolleyball had a very good season. The key accom- plishment was that the girls earnedfsto play 'Volleyhall' ghe i way ihat should heirylayed. The Head Couchoomf Cindy Chavez,-sand thaaissisitant Coach was Sue Garcia. is l :Qs-. f , Ti- i v ew 71' J W , rf 1 Q an ju J V Volleyball Played With Eagle Spirit . . . WW? , ,R , , . W he Main objeZ'tive'for C- Teams Vol- leyball was to learn 'the skill? of Valley- ball and to havefun. Although the i did not end on the brighter sideg it was a ii good learning experience. F .s I Nj.. -M., A L f WV hw N K T K af. 3: . v K I N l.., A a 'W""' "ST ' - In H ' , -sh., Nwvew ' A fw ff V 'N 'C' Team Showed Pride O Top Row: Alexis Kakos, Jana Lavandoski, Peggy Barrett, and Wendy Chavez. Bottom Row: Felicia Q -'L' Q Barreda, Jannet Quintana, Kim Fales, Sandy Rivera, Anne Anderson, and Karen Reiginger. 1 - P m Q, ,,,! , - "' 5-"'f'1 I Q I fm Wm" F1 . A... Q -gf A I. 1 1 'D , A 1 Swimmers Splash By Competition Top Row: Coach Rhinehart, Melissa Scibior, Laura Wolf Dee Dee Potenza, Michele Potenza, Kim MacCurdy, Lynn Spencer, and .lass Safier. Bottom Row: Tracy Kennedy, Barbara Beavers, Kim Margel, .lennyner Yelvertan, Sandy Brown, Pam Gaylord and Wendy Gaylord. s. Q is X so Qty, 2. X "'-5. Top Row: Coach Rhinehart, Cici Callander, Unda Karlshaus, Peyton Miller, Patty Egan, and Vanessa Lucero. Bottom Row: .lennyer Brothers, Christe! Foster, Lorna McBride, Sherese Adamson, and Anne 0'Neill. The Girls Swim Team had an outstanding season. With ten girls qualif ying for state, they were the best girls team Eldor- ado has had in eight years. The qualifiers were: Juniors, Bar- bara Beavers, Michelle Potenza, Carole Tate, and Laura Wolf Sophomores, Pam Gaylord, Wendy Gaylord, Dee Dee Potenza, and Lynn Spencer, and Freshman, Sandy Brown, and Jennifer Yelverton. Our two qualifying divers were: Seniors, JoEllen Beller, and Freshman, Tracy Kennedy. The Girls came within two points of Los Alamos, last years state champs. The winning relays were: 200 Medley Relay, Carole Tate, Michele Potenza, Dee Dee Potenza, and Laura Wolf and the 400 Free Relay: Pam Gaylord, Lynn Spencer, Sandy Brown, and Barbara Beavers. This year the girls put in a lot of effort, and terrific swims resulted. 9, w i L 5-JE!! N, ' g . sq V ,fy l ww, 4 5 39 1: fy 0 is cf W qw fi? ti? 1 51 M if M' ,Z I cb I 269 5 , -A Again this year the boys Varsity did as expected: very well. They seemed to have all the determination to do the very best that they could. Many qualdied for state. They were: Clay- ton Brown, John Martin and Cliff Nail. Two divers, Peter Wengert and Jeff Leishner, also qualwed for state. All of their determination and work payed off Varsity Pulls out in Front -3 We Q ' Q Bottom Row: Cliff Nail, Mike Fisher, Ken Michels, Todd Clarke, Derek Sloop, Steve Cook, and Mike Hegarty. I Top Row: Coach Rhinehart, John Martin, Clayton Brown, Brad Freshman, Hendric Brower, Scott Reardon, Jeff 4 , Ratterman and Jef Leishner. E-'J Bottom Row: Peter Gill, Matt Inglas, John Kear, J.J. Bolden und Bruce Artman. Top Row: Coach Rhinehart, Mark Johnson, Matt 0'neiII, Peter Wengert and Scott Terri II. J.V. Follows Close Behind W I Cb Q , t t Gb . Eldorado boys gymnastics Team, which took state last year, was a thriving program filled with many dedicated young men and a great coach, Mr. Pete Egan. Each win helped this school shine and proved to New Mexico that Eldorado is il. Eagle Gymnasts re Q I fb ! QYQQ??,g!3 Top Row: Coach Egan, Tom Lopez, Haruo Arita, Marvin Gutierrez, Jerry Higginson, George Dietrich, Scott Delap and Assistant Coach Cabaniss. Second Row: Rusty Gray, RB Spencer, Lance Gals, Stacy Whitehead, and Mark Furaus. Third Row, John Lines, Gary Stirbis, and Charlie Wong. , LJ X 'Q ,-:ff ,A , nu, Top Row: Holly Lawrence, Darlene Malosh, Cynthia Tidler, Renee Perry, Maria Cruz, and Shannon Oestreicher. Second Row:Andrea Adkins, Jill Pace, Kristi Sorensen, Jana Miller, Trisha Daws, Stacy Pederson, and Karen Shenk. Top In Girls' Gymnastics not only involved a great deal of physical coordi - nation but a lot of hard work. The E.H.S. Girls Gymnastic Team competed in four events: the balance beam, floor exercise, the horse, and uneven bars. This was our athletes, with a dedicated coaching staff who had a very promising season. as Q , I 1 Varsity Basketball Showed Eagle Spirit 'J I ,A B . ' .msd f Y 5 . 'Q k 5 .. l S Y- r fl Qi , 4 ,ji 'A ijjfg 9, ' E E 3 U i 1 , i .i B Top Row: GrU'fin Pickard, Russel Winters, Bob Spear, Jerry Esch, Jesse Lisle, Paul Hie, and Coach Jerry Brown. Bottom Row: Sean Flannagan, Pat Royce, Steve Spriggs, Terrance Stith and David Rider. Not Shown, Tomas Sachez-34. Assistant Coaches: Roy Brown, Dave Sauter, and Chris Page. 274 Coach Brown was very impressed with the progress of the young Eagle basketball team this year. The Team had matured as the season had progressed, as said by Coach Brown, and had proven competitive with the best teams in the state. Eldorado Varisty basketball came back! B m , i t Q Q W Q 276 1 Front Row: John Hopkins, Joel Shearer, Coach Roy Sanchez, Kent Brown, and, Pete Koenisberg, Top Row: Paul Pedrocelli, Ryan Marks, Jim Farmer, Greg Fackler, Andy Craig, Mike Young, and Mick Donahoo. ,sg I ax xx Xx, ,X - -u-Q 7 if ef 'V ,,,, 3 3 if 5 A EA EE ,mx ALUES Rx ,U N,,LY,51 Bo s' J.V. BASKETBALL , c If A e. A .ka 4? ,,, - I ,.'- Q ef Q .ef ,, 'li Q -f- .- 'FJ Q1 Eldorado's Junior Varsity Basketball team placed third in the Junior Varsity City Tourna- ment at Del Norte. Coach Sanchez said that the team was improving and gaining a lot of exper- ience for the Varsity team next year. Mike Young was the team's leading scorer. There were three Juniors and seven Sophomores on the team. El- dorado's JV Team had worked very hard this past year and had great expectations for next year's Varsity team. SHOT to win 'B 4? 2 f a 1 I wi r ' fi E? i YJGLE5 X Basketball Bounded To Success gf X! Left to Right: Easy Jimenez, Chris Abeyta, John Wintheiser, Greg Sharp, and Martin Bargas. Second Row: Steve Rayner, Andy Parker, Matt Wilson, Brad Curtis, Russell Henry, Bill Littleton, and Coach Dave Sadder. K Leh to Right: Coach Page, Maury Peeples, Sean Hames, Mike Divley, William Vigil, David Erickson, and Mike Stratton. Second Row: Mike Ashjiled, Tony Roybal, Bryan Cline, Shawn Kline. Chris Addington, and Ken Sta0'ord. I 279 Q Q , 1, Girls Varsity Basketball . . . , . K . : I : g, nn Q A - ,Q b N' 1 V M I w ?f'P?f' Q Qi i Q C ? Z'S? Him t ani X it 5 . Top Rowg Leh to Right: .loan Ansloan, Shauna Donovan, Tammy Spring, Susan Engi, Rona Thompson, Robin Renauo, Renee Mangano, and Coach Flanagan Bottom Row: Marilee Alvarez, Monique Ecker, and Carrie Masayesua. VS Cb 20 it , . Took state Cb 9 ' Q ,, 1 1 C Team KNOWS HARD WORK gASZ,EQ,,Q,F53fiEf!g,r,i3 sv? r if M, 3 za KMA 'f'3ffMfRfl5f'g Rpm Girls' Freshmen Basketball: Front Row: Coach Wyant, Anna Haight, Wendy Chavez, Amy Parker, Kendra Woll, Jennifer Hoffman, Teressa Adle and Manager, Charly Sandoval. Front Row: Connie, Janet Quintana, Pamela Frank, Lara Garcia, JennUner Lueras and Sandra Montaya. Q e , 1. I 283 Both the girl 's freshman and junior varsity basketball teams had outstanding years. T he junior varsity team was undefeat- ed in district play. Coach Marquez said "T hey accomplished a lot considering the only had five players regularly at prac- tice." The team captains for junior varsity were Carrie Ma- sayesua and Robin Renaud. According to Coach Marquez, Kelly Dix was the most improved player and Lisa Vigil was the most consistent player. The freshmen team, led by out- standing player Amy Parker, finished the season with wins and losses. J.V. SHOOTS FOR VICTORY Girls' Junior Varsity Basketball Kelly Dix, Lisa Vigil, Amy Krutis Tara Winston Susan Fisher and Coach Marque 284 Top Row: Coach Evans, Mark Walker, Steve Borrowdale, Rob Smith, Todd Brader, Gilbert Loera, Kyle Metz, and Robert Elrick. Bottom Row: John Gerace, Matt Guinn, Scott Dotson, Chris Day, Dennis Freidland, Mark Lewis, and Charles Dotson. ILEQ Varsity Wrestling Pins Down The Eldorado Varsity Wrestling had a great year, with Charlie Dotson at I 26, Kyle Metz at 145 and Scott Dotson at 105. "T hey were undefeated the whole year and walked away with every tournament, " said Damon Roberts. They had eleven out of twelve wrestlers take state in four dual meet victories. Coach Scott Evans said, "T he performance of my wrestlers depends on the ability to outmaneuver one another. " "This year's team had a great team ethic which is dQ'ficult in an individual sport like wrestling. They were able to temper their feelings about their individual performance and stress the team results." Their performances in competi- tion were consistently outstanding. This year, when the wrestlers went to state, the fi nal score was 246 lstate recordj. I n first place were Charlie Dotson and Kyle Metz. In second place were John Gerace, Mark Walker, Todd Brader, Dennis Friedland, Matt Guinn, and Scott Dotson. In fourth was Rob Smith, and fifth was Steve Spinks, and sixth was Gilbert Loera. it 9 ' A We fb Q W , First in State R.. .,,. made it .ff Si, L . ,,.g.. ,, . . V Qi.. 3 X X , L' 5 ' fx. 1 . I 4 1. .' .. L -i -iii! 'E fl E , 5 A A ..5..........- K QR, A . . .5 5 . . --.wf-Q1 1- ---- , I - gg F f A 2 5 f W2 ' , . ffl..-.fx ,E .1 Q . +2-1--2--:Q ...X ,... -1- X'wg..f-if-3.:N1k... k , N lley ' 9 ' er ue 0 .67 0 S 1 E! Hg - w5L.:,5:. . -. - . mix Ng, X ' '-" 'Wes 10 S en ,ww W A f 111110110 5 2 ef . .. - . .:..:i-vazf .. E Sp E E zz 122. 5' gg-f i l , Q , A A , X Li:-5? 42' Q Q 5 Wa 5555?- ..y 5 1 il fi X 5 Q 6 M L xk' . Xi S Q 3 .k,. if . K K . , .. .... 2 wzxsffww-f..2X ' ,... . K ..-. .. .L .vw f 3 . A Q : To Stat ,A . 27 V9 '5 9 . I ag' Gb e , . 28 J.V. Went For It All This years Junior Varsity wrestling team was going for it all. They started off the season by setting the pace for their opponents. At the end of the season the Eldorado Eagles were undefeated and flying high. They were proud De of their victory over AHS, 66-0. They ended their season proudly I1 -0. . 1+ 'FIM-55:1 ii? Q 3 1" or E fi C9QDl.ellDl.:f e LE!!-S LES T Wffifffqivff 2 ii " .1 we Lek to Right: Todd Tilghman, Rom H irschman, Shaen Straw, BrettAdams, Mark Montoya, Todd Rhodes, and Damian David. Second Row: Ken H uppert, Byron Gable, Bart Button, Mike Jordan, David Roe, Mark Morris, Shannon Miller, and Dwayne Miller. Third Row: Steve Gish, Adrian Lopez, Jason Schwartz, Brian Morga, Coach Tim Merzweiler, Brett Brinton, Troy Smith, and Heath Spence. C -team Had Enthusiasm melee Fl' Qi I , .. .. Left to Right: Mark Elrick, JamesAshford, Brian Stone, Shawn F esler, Kenny Berkey, Aaron Lopez, Paul Salazar, Dave 0'Nei1l. Second Row: Jeremy McRae, James Freer, John McGee, Greg Ehrug, Dion Gallant, Glen Ferguson, Gino Lucero, Michael Yanez, and .lon Re. Third Row: T aran Rhodes, Eric White, Bobby Lamar, Marty Jaramillo, James Domina, Coach Paul Muez, Shannon Stepp, Frank Tomlinson, David Shultz, Chris Westphal, and Shawn Snelling. This year has provided our c-team with a valuable learning experience. What they lacked in experience they made up in their nents the true meaning of team work. They ended the season 6-4, an achievement they Highland could be proud of Rio Gmndew ,,.,,..., M , ,N 1 1? West Mesa Del Norte Cibola enthusiasm. They displayed to their oppo- it 29 'D All Sports Prevailed ,4. ' ,p , b z + 6 . S. R 1 W--031 W ...nf f'?'.i" Fa' sc 1 - p m ,J Varsity Baseball Hit Home Bottom Row: Rob Woods, Chris Kakos, Brent Forehand, Kash King, Jay Childs, and Frank Tomlinson. Back Row: Coach Johns David Burton, Alex Kuhn, T om Sanchez, John C ronican, Scott Quiring, and Aron Raab. Seniors are: Paul SeUff3, Steve H ueler, A411 Rick Stults 49, Scott Nidson 513, Laurence Shafer if6, and Pat Garcia 597 With A Great Season EHS vs. R ' EHS s. A ' EHS vs. ' EHS Vsaf g 12 " City ,fi ,M Tournament 3 315 3111 3115 3118 3124 3125 3126 EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS A EHS EHS Junior Varsity vs ' RGHS vs WMHS vs AHS vs SHS vs VHS 'cvs HHS ,vs DNHS vs ' , VHS 'ivs :ms V H RYCHS HSN vs YAHS vs St. Pius vs CHS ' vs V WMHS vs, MHS g DIYHS City Tourrtanfent f.: me ages zgtfenifzfzgg-I 21 - - S A A -.Se-e '-'- I W V , ,- ,-:-J ,.s.f, -. Q, . ., 6 Q, - ,,., W, ,A . . g .L x., 9: gg, ,va -E, ,W .11 ., . Bottom Row: Left to Right, Rob Woods, Chris Kakos, Brett Forehand, Kash King, Jay Childs, and Frankie Tomlinson. Back Row: Lej? to Right, Coach Johns, David Burton, Alex Kuhm, Tom Sanchez, John Cronican, Scott Quiring, and Aaron Raab. J.V. and Freshman Baseball Hit To Win 1 1, fx EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS Bottom Row: Left to Rightg Garrett Grahn, Greg Mix, Scott Rasmussen, Chad Kelly, Red Herrera, and Joe Fuller. Back Row: Lef to Right, Lee Siedlecki, Brock Harvell, Roy Wade, Shawn Brougham, and Coach Corey. EHS' Freshmen vs vs R vs g ,vs s vs ' W vs vsx A vs . VS f .VS ivs -R233 t- WMHS . cHs MHS HHS.,,A , RGHS AHS V SHS' DNHS , VHS gf 7 ' ificademyi Q I , 1 ...- '1 24 Girls' Softball Dominated The Field 'vm KXQMKI' Bottom Row: Roy Sanchez, Lora M i gliaccio, Michele Greenwood, MissyArchibick, Kristen WhiU'eld, Sherri Barrett, and LzsaAllen Top Row: Dur S tell, Kristi Barrett, Andrea Reitan, Ronda Grenemyer, Melissa Mills, Joan Ansloan, Renee Mang, Laura Wtldman Kristi Hall, and Gil Story. Bottom Row: Lynette Dow, Susan Fisher, Beth Collins, and Teresa Adle. Middle Row: Amy S pretz, Suzanne Doolen Laura Garcia Melissa Griffee, Lisa Vigil, Jennifer Bird, and Denna Becker. Top Row: C ouch Story, Ramona Martinez, Becky Hutchinson Tammy Spring, Valerie Grover, Amy Parker, and Alexis Kakos. EHS EHS EHS APS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS State We as M .iii , f l Varsity Schedule Tournament vs. vs. vs. city vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. v s. vs. vs. vs. VS. vs. vs. Santa Fe HHS AHS T ou rnament RGHS Carlsbad CHS VHS WMHS DNHS RGHS Farmington CHS Hobbs SHS MHS J. K Schedule EHS vs, EHS vs. E HS vs. EHS vs. EHS vs. EHS vs, EHS vs, EHS vs, EHS vs. EHS vs. EHS vs. EHS vs. EHS vs, EHS vy, EHS vs. JJC City Tournament VHS HHS AHS MHS SHS RGHS Academy CHS VHS WMHS DNHS RGHS St. Pius CHS AHS Tennis Teams Show Potential Q. ...as Front Row: Heidi Wengertend, Kelly Baxter. Second row: Wendy Patrick, Monica Wintheiser, Kristin Hann, Angela Smith, Michelle Smith, Teresa Gonzales, Leah Duran, Wendy Hancock, and Coach Rut- ledge, Third Row: Heather Snyder, Unda Karlshaus, Charlyn Hudson, Beth Hinkle, Nikki Widner, Man- ager .lenna Saya, and Liz Bauer -n f . " ' 1 n i s g f t g 3f20 E111 Vs Aaqgemy if ffxyfs Eid Vs AHS. 47k M514 VS Y ,4fI5 B Eid vs ,trip Em Vs HHS Eld VS llfayjield 4,426 Eld VS Gadsden 4f29 Eid Vs CHS i V Eldorado Girls' Tennis coach, Lori Rutledge, is very excited about the talent and enthusiasm on her team. The 1986 tennis season will be spent fine tuning the teams top players for this years district and state meets, but even more time and work is going into developing next years team. The coach's goal is to create depth on the tennis team, but more importantly to help every girl on the team reach her maximum potential. AHS gas., 'E...:5 S ll d 5 1 ,,Lil.-.ii 3? To Win 1 295 519 .ea , -. The 1986 Boys and Girls GoU teams had many re- turning players. They practiced at their home course, Los Altos. Working with woods and Irons, putting, practicing tee shots, and chipping helped the Eagles to become better goUers. Girls And Boys Swung Into Action WW e A, -WX V Tk EHS vs DNS, SHS, HHS, VHS I vs DNS EHS i vs DNS V I I EHS vs 4 g EHS v 5 LAHSHWS Y r EHs vs sms T vs DNS, VHS, SHS, HHS ENS ' K vs A ' SH,Sg.5fIHS N.M. State H'ournamen1f7fQQfQ5j,f4 V O I I C l I C C l I I O 1 8 0 0 0 it 1? Q Front Row: Connie Hampton, Lori Schweighardt, Tracy Eckert, Cathy Bazen and Staci Vietz. Q Q Back Row: Sherri Todd, Cindi Bustos, Michele Harker, Lisa Gurule and Coach Keeler. 1 . 1986 T Puck Schedules Girls JV Track Girls V Track EHS vs SHSIMM U14 EHS vs EHS vs. AHS1DNHS1SHS 3121 EHS vs. EHS vs. Open 414 EHS vs. EHS n. DNHS1RGHS 41n EHS vs EHS vs. APS Inv. 4118 EHS vs EHS vs. Clovis 4125 EHS vs. EHS vs. Dist. Mt. Open 519 EHS vs. EHS vs. State Tournament Open 51 I 6 EHS vs, EHS vs Boys JV Truck Boys V Tfafk EHS vs. DNHS1HHS1MHS 3114 EHS VS- EHS vs AHS1CHS1DNHS1SHS 3121 EHS "Ss EHS vs AHSHMWHS N4 EHS VS EHS vs. APS INV. 4111 EHS VS- EHS vs. CHS1D1vHS1HHS11v1HS1 WMHS 4118 EHS vs- EHS vs. APS open 4125 EHS VS- EHS vs Dist. Mr. 519 EHS VS' EHS vs. State Tournament 5116 EHS VS' E H S vs. EHS vs SHS1 WM AHS1D NHS1SHS Open DNHS1RGHS APS Inv. Clovis APS City Mt. Dist. Mt. State Tournament DNHS1HHS1MHS Wil. REL AHS1CHS1DNHS1SHS AHS1WMHS APS Inv CHS1DNHS1HHS1MHS1WMHS APS Qual APS City Mt. Dist. Mt. State T ouranment A ff 83 Q A116 318 3122 415 4112 4119 4126 513 519 318 3115 3122 415 4112 4118 4122 513 519 5116 4 4 , -. I 297 Abcyta. Chris 162, 256, 257, 279 Duane 126 Ramona 54, 220 Abney, James 144 Aboytes, Carrie 144 Abt, Conrad .-ldams, Brett 144, 2811, 2119 Eric 126 Jep' 144, 232 Kenneth 54 Lynn 162 Wayne trsz Adamson, Shane 162 Sherese 162. 268, 269 Addington. Chris 162, 279 Adkins, Andrea 144. 273 Adle, Teresa 162, 2113, 2114, 294 A dolph, Reginald Aeby, Cynthia 144, 243, 259 Aemisegger, Anthony Aguilar, .Hath 126 Steven 32, 54 Ahern, Scan 54, 2211 Aiken. .Michael 54 Akerberg. Pia 30, 54. 318. 319 Albright. Cindy 32, 126 Albryrht, Sherry 54 Alderette, Michelle 126 Aldcrson, Ambcr 144 Robert 126 Alderson 111, Robert Aldrich, Angela 162 Alford. John 162 Steven 144 Algirc, Josette 126 Allan, William 54 Allen. l.isa 294 Louis 54 Renard Stephanie 144, 220, 259 Timothy 162 Attparr, Doug 144 Alston, Amy 162. 2411, 249 Alvare:. Marilee 54, 280, 2111 Alwin. Troy Amador, Tamara Amato. Sarah 144 A mes. Rebecca Amlong, Patrick 162 Anastasia, Jegrey 54 Anderman, Barbara 144 Anderson, Anne 162, 266 Cheryl 162. 228. 229 David 144, 225 Jacki Jennifer Jimmy 126 Joe144, 234, 235, 236, 237 Kayilege 144 Mark 126 Natalie 54 Richard 55 Robert Sarabeth 144 Susie Thomas 55 Andreaceio, David Andreas, Br,-rr 144 Stacey 162, 243 Andrews. Scott 126 Tracy 126 Ansloan, Juan 55. 106, 280. 2111, 294 Anthony, Megan 55, 241 Aragon, Lisa 142. 143, 144, 228, 229, 248, 249 Mark 126 Stephanie Arbon. Jeffrey 55 Archibeck. Marguerite 126, 294 Archuleta, Bobby 55 James 126, 234, 235, 236. 237 Nannette 144 Arellano, Shirley 126 Argaud, Dianna Arita, Haruo 30, 55. 270, 271, 318. 319 Armenia. Belinda Armijo, Cynthia 37, 144. 234, 235. 236, 237 Jerry 144 Armstrong, Matt 37, 55. 234. 235, 236. 237, 319 Arner, Michael 144 Arnett, Niel 162. 234, 235. 236. 237, 256, 257 Arnold, Susan 22, 55, 220, 310 Arredondo, Michael 144 Artman. Bruce 162, 270, 271 Ashby, Lawrence 55 Ashe, Ondi 126 Ashfield-Salter. Michael 162, 279 Ashford, James 162. 256, 257. 288, 289 Ashley, Kimberley 126 Ashlock. Shawn 162, 222. 242 Ault, Sarah 162 Avery, James 220 Laurel 24, 142, 143, 144. 210, 226 Ayala. Ken Shannon Babb, Jason Babcock. Marc 144, 260 Babigian. Theresa 144 Babincaax. John 162 Bar-rr. Arrgrta 55 Aquina Elena 126. 226 Janet 162 Bacon. Stacey 160, 161 Baehr, Craig 144 Bagley, Justin 162 Bahar, Semun 30, 55 Baird, Tammy Bajak, Karen 162, 234, 235, 236, 237 Terence 32. 126, 230, 231 Baker. Judi 32, 126 Kent Stephanie 162. 259 Bakhtiar, Jim Balch, David 126 Baldonado, Yvonne 162 Baldani, Jerry 56 Bates. Kathy 1112 Ball, Rachel 162, 222 Ballew. Sheliu 162 Bamberg, Adam 144 Bannister, Charles 56 Barbin. Kathryn 56 Barboa. Joseph tu Burg, Lisa 56. 241 Bargas, Martin 279 Barker, James 162 Sharon 144. 238, 239 Tcrcsa 162 Barkhurst, Stepfanit' 126 Barner, John 56, 224 Barnes, Darn-n 162 Kirk 126 Lisa 56, 234, 235 1Hichael 126 Richard 162, 256. 257 Baron, Robert 144 Sarah 32, 53. 56. 241 Barott, Colette 243 Diana 56 Barratt, Shelley 162. 243 Barreda. Felicia 162. 266 Barrett. Janeen 162 Kristi 126, 294 Pegeen 162, 266 Sherri 32, 56, 294 Barrauis. Dina 162 Barrows, Rina Bartberger. Tricia 162 Barton, Donna 144 Bartow, Cherise 56, 236, 237, 234, 235 Basson. Richard Bates, Kathy 243 Peggy 126 Bauer. Eli:abeth 144, 2511 Sulanne 32, 126 Baxter, Kelly 144, 262, 263 Michella Scott 220 Balan, Diana 144. 262. 263 Katherine 56, 220, 296 Bazzell, Debra 126 Rebecca 162 Beal, Brian 126 Kimberly, 126, 220 Beall, Matthew Beattie, Richard, 126 Beauchamp, Richard Beavers, Barbara, 126, 268, 269 Becenti, June, 144 Becha, Jon, 162 Becker. Dena, 144, 294 Lisa. 56 Beckmann, Kristin, 37, 126, 236, 237, 234, 235 Beel, Jeremy Beetnan, Kami, 126, 246, 247 Todd, 162 Beezhold, Karen, 57, 264, 265 Belknap. Juli, 162. 234. 235. 236. 237 Richard, 57. 234, 235, 236, 237 Bell, Deanna, 144 Sherrie, 57,. 241 T here's Magic Stephen, 144 Beller, Jaellen, 57. 268. 269 Bcllettini, Trina, 57, 264, 265 Belmont. Linda, 57 Belsterling, Rita, 57 Benavide:. Lori, 144 Mark, 162 Bender, Ronald, 57 Benham, Bryan Benjamin, Michelle. 162 orrrrren, Cheryl, 126 Sandra, 57 Bentz, Brandy, 126, 238, 239 Paris 162 Benze. Jeanne 57 Patricia 126 Berg. Heather 240 Berger. Marcella 126 Brrkfy, tcrrrrrrrtr 162, 256, 257. 2110. 289 Larry 162 Berman. Brian 144 Bernabie. Gina 144, 241 Berry, Kimberly 57, 243 Michael 57, 2211 Thomas rrryo 162 Tracey Berube, Yvonne 144 Beske. Rtffli' 126. 2311, 239 Bess, Karren 162, 242 Besson. Scarlettc 144, 234, 235. 236, 237 Tara 32. 37, 57, 234. 235, 236. 237 Bcssent, Marc 144 Best, Errin 243 Bicc. William 126 Bickcl, James 144, 256, 257 Bickcltrtan, Carol 32. 57. 244. 245 Biedscheid, Brett 24, 162 Bryan 57, 108 Biffle. Anne 144, 243 Bigelow. Scott 126 Birchler, Laurie 162 William 57 Bird, Jennifer 163, 294 Bishop. Becky 57 The Bmpr, Thomas 57 Bitto, Douglas 163, 238. 239 Robert 32, 57, 236, 237 Bivens. Allen 37, 57, 2.14, 235, 236. 237 Black, Debra 57 Paul 163 Blacksher, Ronda 163. 238. 239 Blagg, Christopher 163 Blaine, Jon 126 Blakemore, Stacey Blakey, Winston 163, 234. 235. 236, 237 Blakley, Tanya 144, 228, 229 Bleacher. Mary 57 Bliss, Joshua 126, 260 Blomstram, Amy 57, 244, 245 Bloom, Sheri 22. 57. 108, 228. 229. 244. 245, 309 Boehnker. Julie 126, 234. 235. 236, 237 Boers. Robert 126, 224 BoIden,'Dyann 145. 236, 237. 234, 235 Joel 126, 228, 229, 270, 271 Bolduc, Andrew 145 Bolek, Tamara 32, 126 Boles, James 126 Rabin 163, 238, 239 Bolles. Jason Bollig. Scott 57 Bond. Darin 57 Shannon Bora, Sharon 127 Borders, Anthony 145 Boren. Stacy 145, 224 Boris, Shannon 163 Borrowdale, Steven 127, 2113, 284 Bory, Susan 57. 220 Boshajf Tracey 226 Boss, Renee 145. 2.16, 237. 234, 235 Boston. Craig 163 Boucek, Brian 145 Bouchard, Alesandra 57 Bouyard, Christie 145 Baughton, Regina 127 Bower, Brian 145, 225 Marian 163 Bowie, David Guy 145 Bon-man. Alan 145 David 32. 57 Erica 127 Boyce. Susie 127, 220 Boyden, George 163 Boyer, Daniel 145 Braaten. Michael 127 Brace, Robert 145 tzrrrrter, rrmrry 145, 264, 265 Todd 57, 2113, 284 Trey 127, 256, 257 Bradley, Damon 127 Luri 57 Brake, Stacey 163, 259 Brand, .Hike 145 Halter 163. 256, 257 Brandt. Damon 127 Brane, Douglas 127 Brannon. Traci 127 Brannitck, Karen 145 Brannun, Kevin 57, 254. 255 Brass. Anne 57 Bray, Jon 145, 234. 235, 236, 237 .Matthew 163, 240 Brazzcll. Gregory Breden, Tanya 127 Breen, Angela 163 Breeze, Aaron 163 Brent, Steven 57. 2611 Breslin, Clark 57 Brewster. Carrie 163, 230. 2311. 239 Kristy 57 Brewlrtn, Stacy 163 Brey, Chad 145 Chris Briggs, David 145 Kathryn 145 Bright, Anita 127. 234. 235. 236, 237 Kelly 60. 228, 229 Brinster, Travis 163, 230 Brinton, Brett 2811, 2119 Brooch. Kurt 127 Broach, 111 Theodore Brock, Mark 163 Ty 163. 256. 257 Brockmann, Kurt 127 Bradnih, Jason 163, 256, 257 Brodsky. Elizabeth 145, 238, 239 Brogden, Candie 220 tzrurrsorr, rtrttye 127, 228, 229, 244, 245 Brotrturrer, tegrey- I2 7 Brooks, Cary 145 Broome. William 60 Brothers. Jenner 163. 234, 235, 236, 237, 268, 269 Brotzman. Jon 60 Brougham, Shawn 163, 262, 263. 293 Brower, Hendrik 127, 270, 271 Brown, Audra 60 Brett 145 Brian Christy 127 Clayton 32, 127, 270, 271 Darla 163, 240 Elaina 145 Erin 163 Gregory 163 Joel 163 Kent 32. 127. 254, 255. 256, 257 Larry 32, so, 226 Laurie 24. 124. 125. 127, 244. 245 Linda 32. 60, 234, 235 Michael 60 Robert 60 Sandra 163, 268, 269 Sean 127 Tera 163 Thomas Thurkesha 163 Hroxterman, Daniel 163, 234, 235. 236. 237. 262, 263 Kimberly 60, 225, 228, 229 Brubach. Buflie 127 Brunk, Lara 145 Branson. Angela 163. 240 Brunty, Jenny 163 Brusseau, Chris 145 trryrrr, Brad 12, 127 Christopher 60 Julie 60 Bryden, Meredith 145 Bubp. Kendra 127, 241 Buck, Keri 145, 242 Buckley, Robert 60 Buckmiller, Lance 127 Bueck, Cathleen Buell, Dorothy 32, 60, 241, 241 Buflington, Barbara 127, 220, 230 243 In AMES Bais, Ryan Balow, Christine 163 James Burbridge, C orcna 145 Barchett. Sherri 60, 258 Burden, Lasonya 145 Sherry 60 Burger, Kevin 127 Burgess. Shannon 60, 244. 245 Burke, Amy 145 Kristine 163 Lance 127, 234, 235, 236, 237 Lisa 163 Burkhalter, Lisa 127 Burns, Anthony 163 Burpa, Gregory 163 Burrage. Camille 163 Christa 145 Burton. David 145. 292, 293 Gary 145, 256, 257 Holly 127 Burton ll, David Bustamante, Phillip 127 Bustos, Cindy 127, 220. 225, 296 Barterbaugh, Scott 145 Burton, Bart 2118, 289 Buvens, Suzi 127, 220 , Byers, Julie 145. 234. 235, 236, 237 Pamela 127 Byington, Clay 127 Scott 163 Byrd, Stephanie 22, 60, 220. 311 Byrne, Jennifer 127, 236. 237, 234. 235 Caffery, Michael 127 Cain, Becky 60 Calderon, Nicole 164 Caldwell, Catherine 22, 60. 108, 228, 229. 310 Calhoun. Mike 60 Mitch 145 Callahan, Eileen 145, 243 Elizabeth 164, 243 Callander, Ctistin 145, 225, 268. 269 Thomas 32, 60 Catneron, Jason 127 Campbell, Jennifer 60, 220 Kevin 145, 234. 235, 236, 237 Campos, Janice 164, 236, 237 Shirley Canaday, John 127 Canive, Claude 230, 231 Cannedy, Carie 127, 220 John 32, 60 Cannon, Jay 60 Capabianco, Janine 164 Carey, Jacqueline 127 Carleton, Catherine 160, 161, 164 Robert 222, 223, 240 Curley, Ricky Carlow, Kathleen 60 Carmichael, Kathryn 32, 60 C armody, Forrest Carnes, Kevin 127, 254, 255 Carr. Brian 127 Ricci 145, 234. 235, 236, 237 Carrie. Luna 127 Carrillo. Leroy Maria 32, 60 Carroll, David Jason John 127 Patricia 145, 238, 239 C arter, Jeanne 164 C artwright, Kirsten 128 Kyra 60, 220 Casaus. Kevin 128 Cash, Douglas 60 Castellano, Leon 145 Caster, Sharon 128 Castilla, Cheryl 164 Castillo. Robert 128 Tray 145, 238, 239 Catanach, Keely 164 Kristin 128. 228, 229 Cates. Charles 128 David 164 Cave, .Meghan 145, 226 Celnih, Sherri 60 Cernak, Casey 164, 256. 257 Cerutti. Charles 145 Cessac, Anthony 128 Chafin, Cynthia 145 Lawrence 22. 60. 228, 229, 254, 255, 311 Champion, Colleen 142, 143, 226 Chance, Ja Anne 146. 264, 265 Charleton. Bob 127 Charney, Matthew 164, 260 Chavez, Angel Cheryl 164 Christina 164, 258. 259 David 60 Frank 145 Jason 146 Matthew Robert 164, 256, 257 Ruth Wendy 266, 283. 284 Childs, Jay 146, 292, 293 Lori 611 Chodorow, Darrell 128 Chong, Ji Soak 128 Christensen. Travis 146, 230 Christian. Andy 14.5 1Ciarlotta. Louise 60 ,Ciferri, Walter 222 Walton 164 Ciliento. Melissa Cipollone, Dina Cisneros, Carmenia 1 Margaret 128 Michael 164 Clark, Bryan I Christophe. tztt Jason 164 Lisa 32, 60 Stephen 164 Clarke. D 128, 270, 271 Leslie 60 Clawsatt. Jason 128 Laura 128 Cleary. Michael 146 Michelle 146 Clement, Crystal 164 Clementi, Donna 146 Clements, Jessica 164, 228, 229 Clevenger, Carol 128 Cline. Kristin 146, 318, 319 Melissa 63 Paula Tamara 128, 220 William 164, 260, 279 Cloud, Jennifer 128 Clute, Lisa 224 Coad, Wendy 146 Coberly, Todd 128 Cody, Michelle 30 Coen, Jon 128 Cohenour, Tina 146, 243 Cohn, Mark 164 Michael 164 Colbert, Matthew 146 Cole, Kimberly 24. 32, 37, 124, 125, 128, 228. 229, 234, 235, 236, 237, 310 Kristin 24, 12, 53, 63, 106. 224. 226. 228, 229, 310 Collins, Donald 128 Elizabeth 24. 128, 226, 294 Colson, Stephen 146 Comins, Gayle 146. 240 Coningham, David 63 Conley, Eileen 146 Susan 63 Connelly, David 128 Connors, Sean 63 Conrad, Michael Contreras, Benjamin Cook, reg 146 Kristen 128 Stephen 146, 270, 271 Cooke. Donna 146 Cooksy, Tracy Cooney, Maureen 63, 224 Copeland, Barbara 164, 2411 Kristen 146 Carbalis, Christopher 146, 254. 255, 256, 257 Corbett. Christina 164 Cordova. Horacio John Jolene 146, 318, 319 Micaela 63 Corey, Natalie 164, 238. 239 Corley, Beth 146 Kebecca Lynns 37. 63, 230. 231 Corona, Ramona 63, 236. 237. 234- 235 Coronado, Lisa 146. 234, 235, 236, 237 Correa, Clinton 146, 256, 257 Mark Cortesi. Janet 128 C osta. James Robert 164 Cota, Jodi 164, 234, 235, 236. 237 Cotton. Lana 128 Coach, Robert 146, 222 Coursey, Elizabeth 128 Couzin, Laura 146 Covington, Kelly 63 Cox. Jesse 146 Kami 32, 128, 244, 245 Crabtree, James 164 Michael 146 Richard 32, 63 Crag, Valerie 241 Craig, Heather 146. 242 l.inda 146. 242 Marcus 146 Cranjill, Jana 32, 53, 63, 241 Crawford, Christine 65, 222. 223 C reager, Jennifer 164 Michelle 128. 234, 235, 236, 237 Crelier, Joseph 128 Cress, Paula 146. 258 Cronican, John 128, 292. 293 Crank. Michelle 164 Crook, Peter 128. 234, 235, 236, 237 Crooks, Julie 146 Crosby. Larry 64 Crossman, Leaf Crul. Jose 128 .Maria 164, 228, 229, 273 Csanyi, Bernadetta Cuellar, Andrew 146 Culpepper, Terry 64, 220, 243 Cunningham. Stacie 164 Curb, Carla 65, 220 Judith 164 Currier, Gerald 164 Curtis, Bradley 164, 256, 257, 279 Curzi, Sharon 65 Cuthbert, Craig 128 Da Silva, Catherine 65 Dahlgren, Eric Dahlman, Jason 146, 260 Dalessandro, Tracy 164 Dalia, Andrea 24, 128, 226, 2.10, 231 Dalton, Dora Jennifer 146, 234, 235, 236, 237 Virginia 65 Dambrino, Beatrice 128 Dandridge, Rosalind 65 Danforth. Pape Stephanie 65, 220 Dannenbaum, Ruth 164 Darby, Scott 164. 232 llardett, Stacy 146 Dare, .Michael 164, 256, 257 Wendy 128. 230, 231 Darnell, Brenda 65 Dasilva. Barbara 128, 238. 239 Robert 128 Dater, Valerie David. Damian 288, 289 Davies, Lesley Davis. Eric 146 John 146 Kenneth 128 Kevin 128 Laura 142, 143, 146. 318, 319 Lesley 65, 244, 245 Nancy 64 Robert 32, 64 Robin 31, 37, 64, 234. 2.15, 236. 23 7 Susan 128 Tammy 32. 128 Davis Jr. Robert Dawirs, Kelda 164 Day, Christopher 128. 283, 284 ot Gier. Joseph tzs De Lao, Karla 164 De Vargas. Sonja 32. 129. 228. 229 Dean. Jonathan 164 Deaver, Austin 220 Dcck. Christian 164. 222 Decker, Michelle Renee Dedrick, Darci 128, 220 Delap, Scott 22, 270. 271, 310 Dellalonga. Janene 146 Demarest, Christina Demijohn. Ann Elizabeth 264, 265 Demmie, Paul 37. 146, 240 Dennis. David 146 W. Bryan 64 Denny, Ann 129 Charles 164, 222 Depies, Timothy Derden, Angelea 64 Desmond, Eileen 164 Devineentis, Gina Devlin, William 146 DeVries, Matthew 164. 256, 257 R Christian 64, 262. 263 Dewall. Chad 164 Dewent, Daniel 146 Diamond, Patrick 32, 129, 228, 229, 230 Dial, Antonio Christina 64 Dickerson, l.inda 164 Dickson, Lcslic 146 Mark 129 Diegle, Michelle 164 Dietrich, Charles 165, 256, 257 George 146. 270, 271 Dietz, Alysa 32. 64. 228, 229 Dillingham, Jennifer 165 Dillon, Wayne 129 Dimas, Theodore 32. 129 Trent 165 Dinelli, Bernadine 146 Dante 165 Dionisio, Liliana 129 Diprima, Samantha 129 Dirks, Steven 147 Dirusso, David 165, 232 Ditucci, Julie 64 Diveley, Michael 165, 256, 257, 279 Divine, Darren 66 Dix, Kelly 165, 283. 284 Dixson, Gregory 147, 228, 229, 262, 263 Dobbs, Randall 66, 228, 229 Stacie 129 Dobecki, Dylan 165, 238, 239 Dodd, Chad 165 Dodge. Brian 66. 260 Melissa Doherty, Brendan 22, 66, 309 Erin 165, 234, 235, 236. 237 Domina, James 147, 288, 289 Donahoo. Janell 147, 230 .Michael 129 Donald, Ann 165 Donaldson, David 66 Donovan. Je,Urey 37, 147, 234, 235. 236, 237 Shaunalee 66. 280. 281 Dons, Willem 66 Doolen. Suzanne 37. 147, 234. 235, 236, 237, 258, 294 Dorm Kevin 147, 234. 235, 236, 237 Dorrance, Jacqueline 165 Dorschner, Travis 165. 256, 257 Dosher, Maxwell 256, 257 Doss, Trisha 273 Dotson. Charles 129, 254, 255, 283. 284 Gregory 129. 234. 235. 236. 237 Melissa 53. 66, 240 Scott 165. 256, 257. 283. 284 Stephanie 165. 228. 229 Dougher, Elena Michacl 147 Douglas, Lisa 66 Dove, Theresa 66 Williarn 165 Dow, Lynette 147, 294 Dowling, Amy 165 Peter 66, 230, 231, 242, 311 Doyle, Jeffrey 147, 234, 235, 236. 237 Dreier, Christopher 165, 222 Lorri 129 Dresser. Darren 14 7 Driggs. Daniel 129 Drinkard, Jodie 220 Dueker. Linnea 66 Duncan, Melinda 147, 2.18, 239 Dunfee, Kenneth 37. 129, 240 Dungan, Lisa 66 Dunham. Jennifer 66 Norbert Dunkesan. Christopher 66 Mark 129. 231 Dunn. Andrew Benjamin 165, 238, 239 Charles 129 Duran, Leah 165 Ray Anthony 66, 220 Renee 66 Durham, Tracey 14 7, 242, 519 Dutcher, Ana Dutton, Kerry Duvall, Gina 165, 248. 249 John 66 Dye, Joey 66 Dyson, Httlle Tonie Drake, Stacey Eaton, Annette 129 Danyelle, 165 Eberhart, Dean 147 Ebert, Brian 147 Eby, Heather 129, 220 Ecker, Monique 129. 258. 280, 281 Tony, 147 Eckert, Tracy 129, 243, 296 Edmunds, Paul 147 Edwards, Todd 147 Tracy 147 Egan, Patricia 165, 243, 268, 269 Eghbalieh, Mehran 129 Ehl, Karl 66, 228, 229 Ehmett, Christian 147 Ehrig. Gregory 147, 288, 289 Eklund, Erick 129 Elebario, Christy 66 Elias, John 37, 147, 234, 235, 236, 237 Ellison, Matthew 165 Melissa Elrick, Mark 147, 288, 289 Robert 66 Elsner. Eric 129, 234, 235, 236, 237 Emarine, Michael 129. 234, 235, 236, 237 Emmons. Cathy 32, 129 John 165, 222 Engberg, Kaj 32, 129 Engels. Michael 147 Engi, Susan 129, 280, 281 Enloe, Sam L29 Entezari, Stephany 129 Erdrnan. Gina 147 Erickson, David 165, 256, 257, 279 Kacie 129 Errett. Brian 129 Jason 129 Errickson, Andrea Errico, Kenneth Esch, Jerry 147, 274, 275 Escue. Peter 32 Espinosa, Amanda 147. 238, 239 Michael 147, 238, 239 Etter, Amy 147 Evans. Kathy 24, 142, 143, 147. 226. 248. 249 Mike Nancy 66, 220 Tray 147 Everette, Stacie 129 Fackler, Faleesha 165, 248, 249 Greg 129. 254. 255 Falbo, Suzanne 147 Timothy 129 Falco. Donna 165 Fales. Kim 266 Farmer. Elena 129. 2311 James 147. 225 Farr, Charles 129 Farrell. Jenny 129 Tracy 68. 220 Fa:io. Joey 32. 37. 68, 234, 235, 236. 237 Marie 129, 234, 235, 236. 237 Feder, Daniel 68. 230, 231 Feerer. Bryan 165 Feery, Sean 165, 222. 238, 239 Felber, Laurie Fell, Jenny 147 Felter, Brenda 165 Feltz. Greg 68 .Martin 165 Fenstermaker, Heather 32 Ferguson, Dana 147 Glenn 165. 288. 289 Kristi 147 Fernandez, .Melissa 129 Sharon 147 Ferrandina, Peter 165 Ferrara, John 129 Ferrell, Keith 68 Ferreri, Greg 147 Fesler. Shawn 256, 257. 288, 289 F etters, Joseph 147 Feuerstein. Dawn 68 Fichtner, Sean 129 Field, Heather 129 Tori 147 Valerie Filkins, Kelly 22. 68, 246, 247. 311 Filusth, Lynn 24. 142, 143, 147. 226. 228, 229. 230, 231. 262, 263 Finch, Robin F ineher, Scott Fine, Jason 147 Monique 53. 68. 228. 229. 240 Fink, Tammy 129 Fisher, Karen 129 Laura 68. 234, 235, 236. 237 Mike 68, 224, 234. 235, 236. 237. 270, 271 Rick 68, 234, 235, 236, 237 Susan 165, 234, 235, 236, 237. 259, 283. 284, 294 Fitzgerald, Angela 147, 234, 235. 236, 237, 262. 263 Kathy Steven 165 Fjelseth, Valerie 147 F jetland. Conrad 129 Laura 147 Flanagan, Sean 129. 274, 275 Fletcher, Katherine 68 F lippen, ,lefrey 165 Fliss, Martin 131 Florence, Tanya 24, 131. 228, 229. 244, 245 Flowers, Shannon 165 Floyd, Jon 37, 131, 234, 235, 236, 237 Flury, Gavin 22. 68, 106, 254, 255. 311 Fogleman, Marry 147 Foot, Ben 68 Forehand, Brett 147, 292, 293 Fosso, Jason 165 Foster, Christel 165, 259, 268. 269 Kerry 148, 243 Wendy 165 Foust, Richard 131 Fax, Erica 148, 243 royr, Amy tat Fraley, Ty 142, 143, 148, 225, 226, 228. 229 Franch. Pamela 165. 283. 284 Franklin, Ashley 131, 220, 222 Jennifer 148 Fraztini, Robert 68 Frederick. Nathan 68 Freeburg, David 131 Mark 148 Freer, James 148. 288, 289 Freshman. Brad 68 Brian 148 Frey, Karen 131 Frias, Debbie 131, 220 Lori 165 Fried, Douglas 148 .Michael 148 Friedland, Dennis 148, 283 284 Frisbie, Jaquelinc 165 Fry. Jobeth 165 Fttlcher, Dionne 148. 238, 239 Fullerton, Diane 166, 240 Fullett, John 69 Joseph 166. 260, 293 Furaus, Jodi 131 Mark 69, 260. 270. 271 Furman, Kiala Furne. Jennifer 148, 234. 235, 236, 237 Gabel, Byron 148. 288, 289 Nicole 69, 246. 247 Gufttupin. Charlotte Diane Gaebelein, Deanne 166 Gage, Valerie 69. 226, 228, 229, 241 Gagne. Colette 166 Galaviz, Deanna 142, 143, 148, 226. 319 Galindo. Patty 148. 234. 235, 236. 237 Gallagher, Carolyn 148, 262, 263 Gallant, Dion 148, 288. 289 Gallegos, Felicia Jesse 166, 260 Joe 131. 222 Kevin 69 Pam 69, 242 Reggie 166 Robbie Roberta 131 Yvette 148 Galloway. Janna 166 Richard 166, 225 Galpin, Daniel 166 Gals, Lance 148, 270, 271 Garbin, John 69 Garcia, Annette 166, 238, 239. 262, 263 Jennifer 131, 148 Kimberly 148 Laura 166, 283, 284, 294 Lisa 131 LaLu 30 Maria 148 Pat 69, 292 Regina 69 Russell 166 Teresa 131, 220, 225 Timothy 69, 254. 255 Garduno. Jeannine Theresa Garnand, Dorothy 148 Marianne 166 Garner. Stacey 70 Garoutte, Travis 131 Garrett. Tiffany 148 Garrison. Gary Glori 148 Stephanie 166 Gassler, Chris 37, 39, 70. 234, 235, 236, 237 Gauthier, Denise 166 Jen' 70 Gautreau. Linda 70 Gavaldon, Beverly 131, 228, 229 Valerie 166. 228. 229 Gaylord, Michele 70 Pamela 148. 268. 269 Wendy 148. 268, 269 Gaynor, Mike 148 Gebler, Lisa Richard 166 Gebmatl, Gordon 131. 220 Geiger, Ryan 131 Geneczko, Matt 148 Gensinger, Christopher 220 Gerace, Jeana 166 John 131, 285. 284 German, Joe 70. 241, 262, 263 Max 148 Getz. Steven 70 Geudcr, Beth 70, 244. 245 Geyer, Paul 166 Terri 131 Giacomo. Michael 256, 257 Gibson, Gavin 148 Giezentanner, Jay 166 Gilbert. Bryce 148 Nicole 131 Tarri 148 Gildersleeve, Skip Gill, Lisa 148 Peter 166, 238. 239, 270, 271 Gillooly. Richard Gilmore, Erik 148 Gilpin. Laura 131 Giordano. Guch 166, 234. 235, 236, 237 Gish, Steve 148, 288, 289 Gleicher. Andrea 148 Glenn, Janna Shannon 225 Tom 166 Glover, John 148. 256. 257 Tybi 131 Gluesing. Alice 131 Gobin, Nadeeyah 148. 222, 228. 229, 262, 263 Goff Traci 148 Goldblum. Gary 70 Mark 131 Gomez, Bryan 148 Shawna 166 Tommy 131 Gomullta. Cindy 148, 228, 229 Sandy 32, 71 Gonzales, Allen 166, 242 Cardena 71 Damon 166 Johnny 148 Josephine 71 Mike Rey 71 Salvador 148. 226, 228, 229 Teresa 148 Tirza 22. 24, 71. 228, 229, 311 Gonzalez, Arturo 166. 225 Goodman, Brad Goodwin, Tracy 166 Gordon, Stephanie 166 Gorton. Andy 166. 241 Goss, Harvey 148 Gotes. Rodolfo 30, 71 Gottlieb, Mara Gough, Emily 131 Joseph 166. 238, 239 Gover, Angela 71, 244, 245 Graff Terry 129. 319 Troy 129 Graffa, Vol 129, 228, 229. 236, 237 Gragg, Bill Graham, Brandt 148 Brenda 32, 129 Chris 129 Grahn, Garrett 166, 228, 229, 256, 257, 293 Grass, Kevin 166 Graves, Amber 148 Gravley, Amy 166 Gray. Russ 129, 260, 270, 271 Terry 32. 71 Graybeut. sandy 71, 264. 265 Grayson, Jeff 129. 260 Russell 166, 225 Green. Darryl 71 Jeff 71 Shelley 166. 258 Greene, Jason 148 Greenway. Scott 148 Greenwood, Michele 71. 294 Grenemyer, Ronda 72. 294 Griego, Elfego 148 Sandra 166 GriUee, Melissa 166, 230, 294 Grigio, Theresa 148 Thomas 166 Tracy 12 9 Grtffis, Jamie 72 Griffith, Brad 72, 226, 230, 231. 241 Griggs. Ted Grigsby. Kathleen 72 Grimm, Lori Grindstafji Linda 129, 234, 235, 236, 237 Gromek. Robert 72 Gross, Scott 166 Grothaus, Jejf129 Grover, Valerie 148. 294 Grubb, Bill 72, 254, 255 Grube. Mark Gruer, Doug Gruette, Laura 129 Grumblatt, Jean 166. 23-1, 235. 236. 237 Guillen. Melanie 148, 242 Guinn. ,Watt 129. 283, 284 Gullick. Christopher 166. 230. 238. 239 Gupta. Sarang 32, 129 Gurule, Lisa 166. 234, 235. 236, 237, 296 Gustafson. Karn 149 Gustoveson, Andy 129 Guthals. Jim 149 Gutierrez, Brenda 264, 265 Joann 149 Joanne Kenny 72 Martha 72 Marvin 149. 270, 271 lllichelle 72 Tidus 149 Guy. John 166 Quent 129 Guymon. Tracy 129, 220 Haas. Christopher Hacker, David Hadley, Teri 149 Hadsall. Stacy 149. 222 Hagen, Beth-Ann 149 Robert 72 Hagenbuck, Kristen 149 Hagengruber, Christine 149 Hagler, Kimberly 149. 234, 235, 236, 237 Hahn, Amy 129, 225 Jennifer 149 Kristen 129, 228, 229 Haight, Anna 166, 283, 284 Haile, David 149 Hain, Catherine 149 Hale, Richard Hall, Christopher 72 Jason Kristi 129, 241, 294 Lori 32, 129, 234, 235, 236, 237 Randy 129 Robert 166 Hallbauer, Audra 166 Halliday, Theresa Haltom. Darren Halvorson. Dawn 53, 72 Hamby, Troy 73 Hamdi, Salma Hames, Michael 166, 279 Hamilton. Jason 149 Hammonds, John 131 Hampton, Cammile 234, 235 Connie 166, 296 Sherry 32 Hancock, John 149, 260 Wendy 131, 258 Handi. Salmi 131 Hanisch. Torsten 30. 73 Hankins, Lucinda 131 Hansen, Jamie 166 Jef 73 Jennifer 149 Laryl 73 Melisa Hanson. Christina Jejrey 73 Lisa 131 llarbinson, James 20, 22, 73. 106. 308, 310 Joey 149, 260 Harcourt. Catherine 149, 234, 235. 236, 237 Michael 73 llarelatld, Scott 149 tturger, Brett Hargis, Delise 149 Hargrove, .Hichael 73 llarker, Michelle 166, 296 llarland, Caroline 131 Gregory 149, 234, 235 Harmon, Charles 32. 131. 234. 235. 260 hlelissa 166, 238, 239 Harnish, T 166, 238. 239 Harper, Christina 149. 264, 265 Richard 131 Harrington, Bill Timothy 131 Harris, Gcorgeanne 149 John 131 Ken 73 Matt 149. 256, 257 Michael 149, 225 Harrison, Maurah 32. 73 Harstad. Eric 149, 225 Jeff 73 Hart Jason Tim 131 Truci 131, 149, 228, 229. 243 Tracy Hartbarger. Stefanie 149. 242 Hartman, Kelly 131 Matthew 166 Robert 166, 238, 239 trans.-tt, Mary to 131 Hartsfield, Lisa llortwell, Kimberly 166 llarvell, Brock 166, 293 Harvey, Holly 166 Hash, Kristin 149 Michele 131, 226. 262. 263 Hassan, Wendy 32 llatcll, Tadd 73 Haqield. Jennifer llattler, Elizabeth 74 ttaugtana, Scott 149 Haukeland. Annette 225 llauser, John 131 Hautzenrader, Lisa 166, 240 Hawk, Tony 149 Hawkins, Mike 149 Rachel 166 Hawley. Robert 149, 256, 257 Hay, Bill 32, 131, 230, 231 Hays, Mary 131 Head, Andrea 73, 234, 235, 236, 237 Margot 142, 143, 149, 238, 239 Heath. Jack 149 Heltl. Bernard Heck. Scott 73 Hedlund, Madeline 73, 30, 241 Hegarty, John Mike 270, 271 Heidinger, Pamela 226 Heidlebaugh, Brant 74 Heiman, Shannon 220 Heine, James 149 Joe 74 Heioinger. Pamela 131 Heller, Thomas Helm. Darren Helman, Michael 74 Henderson, Amy 131. 226 Darrin 256. 257 Heather 74 Jack 74, 220 Hendricks, Jill 32, 244, 245 T racy 131 Hendry, Darin 254, 255 Dena Tracey 166 Henke, Eileen 74, 131, 241 Michael Henning. Julie 74 Henningsen, Timothy Henny, Kirsten 131 Henry, Russell 166, 279 Heaton. Joseph 32, 228, 229 Mark 166. 234. 235. 236. 237 Heronimus, Scott Herrera. Mario 74, 230, 231, 241. 310 Rodric 166. 293 Yvonne 131 llerrington, Beth 131 llershberger, Kelly 149. 259 Hertstein. Bryan 149 Herzstein. Bryan Hestwood, Stephanie 166. 243 llichey, Deann 149 Phil 149 Hickox, Jennifer 32, 131, 244, 245 Hicks. Shanna 75 Hidalgo. Ron 75, 220 Higginson, Jerry 150. 270, 271 llighland, Christina 166, 222 Higham, Carrie 150 Hileman, Kelly ttitt, Angie 131 Blake 150 Charlie 75. 228, 229 Joel 1511, 234, 235, 236, 237 Julie 75, 318. 319 Louis 131 Stephanie 166 Tim Hille, Louis H illringhaus, Annette 30 Hilton. Stacy 150 Hime, Belinda 32 Celeste 166, 230 Celina 131, 264. 265 Hinkle, Beth 32, 75, 258 Hirschman, Jeanette 166. 228. 229, 258, 259 Tom 150, 2118, 2119 Hirshjield. Julie 150, 264, 265 Hise, Paul 131. 274. 275 Hobbs. Anna 166 Linda 142, 143, 150. 248, 249 Hobson, Cindy Hockey, Adam 150 Hodgson, Nicole 75, 228, 229, 244, 245 lloefer, Robert 166 Hoffman, Jennifer 283, 284 Karen 75 Rachel 166. 243 Hoffmann. Tiffany 75, 108, 228, 229 Hogansan, Katie 75 Hngge, Christopher 166, 228, 229, 230 HohU'elder, Cynthia 39, 166. 240 Robert 39, 131. 240 Hole, Kevin 32, 53, 75. 226 Hollar, Zachary 131. 222 Hollinger, Andrea 166 Hollingsworth, Alan 131 Holman, Lisa 75 Holmes, Charlotte 75, 220 Jasmin 53, 76, 220 Katrina 131 Holmquist, Michael 22, 76. 260, 310 Holton, Daniel 24, 76, 226, 228. 229. 254, 255 Holtz, Leanne 166 Homer. Kristina 166, 228. 229 Robert 150 Hood. Alan Kenneth 131 Hooten. Sharon 131 Hoover. Robert 1511 Hopkins. John 150 Hoppman, Cynthia 76 Horn, Chris 150, 260 Kelly 131. 234. 235, 236, 237 Sean 166. 256. 257 Horne, Jeff 150 Horney, Jill 150, 234. 235, 236, 237 Horwath. Tanya 150 Haselton. Tami 150 Hostetler. Holly 131, 241 House, Sean 131 Houser, Charlene 76 Hovenga, Lesa Howard. Edward 166, 228. 229, 230 Wray 76 Howell. Mike 76 Hoy, Christopher 150 Hudgins. Robin 150, 241 Hudson. Charlyn 131 llueter, Steve 76, 292 Hujfer, Christopher 166, 234, 235 Huffman, Jennifer 150, 262, 263 Tim Hughes, Jef 131 Kurt 76, 224 Hull, John Josef 165. 236. 237 Hummel, Tandi 131 Wesley 165 Ilunt. Heidi 166. 238, 239 Holly 150 Michele Huntsman. Jason 166. 256, 257 lllitch 131. 228, 229 Huppert. Ken 131, 288. 289 llurst. Julie 166. 243 lluskey, Jared 1511 lluskisson, Bryan 150. 260 lluslet, David 166 Hutchinson, Becky 166, 294 Christopher 150 Michael 76 Scott 131 Terry Huttenhow, Catherine 131, 234. 235. 236, 237 lbarra. Jonathan 166 Ibis, Dawn lbnu- II-Din Amira lbnuddin, Alwan lrnmel, Laura 32, 131, 234. 235. 236, 237 Ingalls, Matt 37. 150, 234, 235. 236, 237, 270, 271 Ingram. Lorie 150 tnstey, Darryl 161, Julie 131 lntogna. Mary 150, 242 Irwin, Jessica 1511, 230, 238, 239. 241 Rob 76, 220 lsler. Brian 150. 260 Christie 166. 226 Jack. James 166 Jackson, Julie 76 Monica 76 Patricia 132 Robert 132 Jacobsen, Kris 132 James, Micheal 32, 132 Jameson, Carol 150 Roger 166 Jancar, Timothy 132 Jankowslci, JoAnn 76, 220 Jaramillo, Martin 150, 288, 289 Melissa 166 Michelle 166 Rhonda 132 Jeunsonne, Teri 132, 264, 265 Tim 76 Je-Hers, Melinda 32, 39, 53, 76, 226 Jefrey. Danielle 132, 258 Jempson, Heather 132 Jenkins, Michael 77 Steve 150 Jennings, Stacey 150, 228, 229, 241 Jensen, Richard Jepson. Jason 150 Jernigan, Merlin 166 Jewell, Bobby 150 Jimenez. Easy 166, 260. 279 Gina 77 James 150 Jose Johnson, Cameron 32. 132 Cathleen 168 Chad 168 Chris 168, 238, 239. 132 Christy 150 Clinton 150 Craig 77 David 132 Edward 132 Elizabeth 150. 262, 263 George 132 Jef 132 Jessica 150 Johnny Laura 168 Mark 150, 270, 271 Michael Robert 132 Robin 150 Shellie 150 Jojola, Kelly 168 Jolley, Robert 150 Jones, Chris 150, 234, 235. 236, 237 Colton 132, 256, 257 Cristopher 37. 39, 168, 238. 239 Eric 32, 77 Holly132, 234, 235 Keri 168 Melinda 150 .Michele Paul 32, 77 Shelbi 222, 238, 239 Jonke, Karen 132 Jordan, Mike 288. 289 Jump. Brian Janice 168 Jeff 150, 256, 257 Junker, Tim 77 Kahler, Barton 77, 232 Norman 168, 232, 238. 239 Kakos, Alexis 168, 266, 294 Chris 132. 254. 255, 256. 257. 292, 293 Kalai, Karen 32. 150. 262, 263 Kamm, Kim 132 Karl. Tammy 78, 220 Vicki Karlshaus, Unda 30, 78, 225. 228, 229, 268, 269 Karp, Michelle 262. 263 Kasai, Lester 151 Kassa, Jeanine Joe Katz, Neil 78. 220 Kaufman. Dorothy 78 Kaufman, David Johannah 160, 161. 168, 222 Kuys. David 78 Michelle 151 Kear, John 168, 256, 257, 270, 271 Keeling, Tiffany 132 Kefauver. Rick 132 Kell, Layne 168 Keller, Carolyn 24, 160, 161, 168. 243 Tom 30, 132 Kelley, Chad 168, 256, 257, 293 Kelly, Trek 151, 260 Kelsey, Cynthia 168, 243 Kennedy. Brent 226 Tracy 168, 268, 269 Kent, Michael 132 Keppler, Jeremy 168. 238. 239 Kerley, Leslie 168. 228, 229, 240 Kern, Josh 260 Kerr. Stephen 168, 256, 257 Ketner, Tracy 151. 256, 257 Key, Doug 32, 132, 254, 255 Killin, Tripp 53, 78 Killpatrick, Erin 151, 234. 235, 236, 237 Evan 39, 168, 240 Kilp, Stephen 168 Kim. Angeline 168, 243 Joon 39, 78, 240 Julie 78 Youn Mee Youn So .la Kimball, Diane 32, 78 King. Kash 151, 256. 257. 292, 293 l.aura 32, 133. 244. 245 Ryan 168. 234. 235, 236. 237 Stephen 132, 241 Tara 132, 244, 245 Kingery, Shawn 151 Kinnard. Christopher 168. 222, 238. 239 Michael 151, 222 Kinnunen Mike 151 Kinsey. Craig 133 Kipp. Andy 133 Jennifer 711. 264, 265 Kirby, Chelsea 168 Janis 133. 220 Kirk, Jaquetine 168 Kirkpatrick, Eric 133 Kish, Jeffrey 133 Klammer, Kim 151, 234, 235, 236. 237 Klein, Todd 133 Kleven. Christie 78. 264. 265 Elaine 133, 264. 265 Kline, Shawn 168, 228, 229. 279 Todd 262, 263 Knackstedl. Chris 133. 262, 263 Vincent 262, 263 Knauer. Sabrina 151, 242 Knawedy, Vincent 168 Knight. Darran 151 Jason 168 Michelle 133 Knighton. Brian 78, 108 Kevin 151, 241 Knowles, Matthew 168 Knutson, Erie 133, 151, 222, 260 Kochis. hiatt 79 Koenigsberg, Kerry 32. 79 Peter 151 Koffier, Evan 32. 133 Joshua 168 Kohler, Laura 168 Kahlman, Mary 79 Kalek. Donnie Kalman, JeH Komorowski, Brent 168 Konrad, Karen 168, 238, 239 Koopman, Helana 133 Korthank, Amy 79 Kosel. Trisha 151 Kotzen, Alicia 133 Toni 79 Koury, Eileen 133 Peter 79 Kovacs, Jonathan 79, 222, 228. 229 Kraemer. Tasha 168 Krattiger, Kristie 151 Kraus, Barbie Debbie Krause, Steve Kravetz, Sherry Kraybill, James 168. 230 Krenz, Noel 79 Kroken, Christina 168, 238. 239 Krueger, Christian 168 Kira 79 Krutis, Amy 168, 283, 284 ubala. Kathryn 151 uhl. Donnie 151 Kuhn,A1ex 151, 292, 293 Keith 168 Kttnstadt, Christopher 79 Kyle. Cynthia, 168 Lajler, Donald 151 Lamar, Robert 168, 288, 289 Lamb, Christopher 32. 133, 262, 263 Janice 133, 220, 319 Lambert. Jason 133 Lamhros, Stephen 79 Lamport. Kelly 32, 79 Land, Gary 20, 22, 80, 108, 254. 255, 308, 309 Landells, Victoria 133 Landis, Pamela 32, 80 Lands, Tammy 151 Lange, Jennver 80, 228, 229 Langley, JennU'er Lankes Kimberly, 151 Lara. Jimmy 220 Lorena 168 Lara Jr. Jimmy Larance, Geojffrey 168 Laris, Michael 80 Laroche. Darrell 80 Larsen. Lainie 133, 220 Timothy 168 Larson, Craig Erika Lastra. Kimberly 24, 53, 80, 226. 246. 247 Kristen 24. 142, 143. 151. 248. 249 Latham, Scott 133, 254, 255, 256. 257 Lavandoski, Jana 168, 266 Lavigne, Glenn Michael 220 Ruben 256. 257 Lawney, Becki 133 Lawrence, Duane 80 Heather 80 Holly 151, 273 Shari 133. 241 Lawson. Felicia 168 Layton. Kerri 168 Lori 133 Lazazzera. Laura 80 Lebsach. David 133 Lechel. Frank 133 Gina 168. 238. 239 Lechner, Brian 151, 230, 231 Ledbetter. Michael 168 Patrick 168 Lee, Kirsten 168, 228. 229 Lehner, Michael 151, 228, 229. 238. 239 Leiker, Shaun 168 Leischner. Jeffrey 133, 270, 271 Leon, Efren 151 Lepori, Jeffrey 151 Lerch. Robert 80, 254, 255 Lerxst, H.R.H. King Lett. Teri 32, 80 Levene, Geoffrey Todd 133 Levin, Josh 168. 230 Lewis, Marc 151, 283, 284 Leyba. Donald Gilbert 168, 241 Robert Leyva. Crystal 151 Liebhaber, Yavette 151 Lighthall, Sarah 168 Lilley. Angela 80 Lindgren. David ln Lindsey. Ray Lines, Jeffrey 168, 228, 229. 234, 235. 236, 237 John 32, 133, 270. 271 Linhart, Mollie 168. 230 Linn, Craig 151 Rodman 133 Roy 168 Linnerooth, Susan 151, 234. 235. 236, 237 Linton, Eric 168 Lippke, Christina Lisle, Jessie 133, 274. 275 Liss, Maria 168, 222 List, Dawson 32, 81 Lites, James 168 Littell, James 151 Litrleford, Eric 81 Michael 133 Littleton, William 151, 279 Litts, Tracy Liu, Tim 81 Lloyd. Sean 133 Lockwood. Shawn 151 Lodato, Dino 81 Loera. Gilbert 81, 283, 284 Logan, Kellyann 151, 228, 229 Lomba. Darrin 151 Long, Kato 151 Stefanie 151, 228. 229 Longstreet, Lesley 151 Robert 81 Lopez, Aaron 168, 288. 289 Adrian 151, 256, 257, 288, 289 Brent 168, 228. 229 Chris 151 Darlene 81, 228, 229 Kalin 133. 234, 235, 236. 237 Mark 151. 238, 239 Steven 133 Tomas 151. 270, 271 Lorenzo, John Loss, Mark 133 Lough. Heather 241 Louthan, Kathy 168, 248, 249 Kimberley 20, 22. 81. 106, 246. 247. 308, 311 Lovelady, David Lovell, Angela 133 Lowell, Jeffrey tll, 254, 255 Lowery, Patrick 81 Lowrey, Elaine 133 Lowther. Rise 168 Lucero, Albert 81 Eugene 168. 256, 257. 288, 289 Monica 168 Peter 81 Reylynne 133. 220 Vanessa 168, 268. 269 Victor 133 Lutlwick. Michele Lueras Jennifer 168, 283, 284 Lujan, Diana 133 Elicia 168 Luksik, Lance 168 Lullie, Samantha 168 Lumpee. Dawn 1611 Luna, Carrie Lundberg, Sheryl 32, 133, 241 Lunstra, Kimberly 32. 228. 229, 234. 235, 236, 237 Lux, David Maass, Scott 133. 234. 235. 236. 237 Mabry, James 151 Ronald 151 Mabry Jr,. lack MacAllister, Jennifer 168 MacAulay, Sara 152 MacCurdy, D Kimberly 32, 268, 269 Macias, Yvonne 238. 239 Mach, Angelique MacMillan, Martin MacMillian, Ross 220 Maddox, .Michael Stephanie 152 Madole, Geoffrey 133 Madrid. Ruben Maerki, Katja Maes, Angela 133, 220 Brenda Cynthia Gina John 220 Robert Theodore Tomas Maestas. Darren Dominic 240 Maez. John Majfel, Mara 30 Magee, Ansel 152 Elizabeth 222 Mahan, Rozana 133 Mahar, Robert 133 Maher. Francine 142. 143. 152, 226, 318. 319 Mahi, David 152. 238, 239 Mahon. Thomas Mahoney, Patrick 22, 310 Thomas Majlta. Robert 152, zzz Majors, Steve 152 Malcolm. Heather 152 John Maldonado, Carina 243 Malinowski, Carolyn 133 Malley, James 133 Man. Cinderella Manfredi, Damon Mangan. Lesley 152 Mangano, Gaetano 133 Renee 32, 280, 281, 294 Mangum, Roger 133 Mann, Katherine 152. 243 Mannix, Gregory Michele 133 Mapes, Randy 152 Marchese, Louis 220 Mares, Anthony L Patrick Michelle 133 Richard 254, 255 Margel. Kimberly 228. 229, 268, 269 Margo, Carol Jo 142, 143, 152, 226 Marie, Dean 152 Marietta, Eric 106 Marietto, Eric 32 Marincell, Phillip 152 Marks, Jennifer Lisa 133, 220 Ryan Sherry 133, 152 Marler. Denise Phillip Marquez, Denny Marta, Juliette 133, 226, 228, 229. 244, 245 Marsh, Deborah 152 Gregory 220 Jeff 133, 241 Ryan 242 Martin, Amy Ann Craig Dean 220 John 108 133, 270, 271 Keith 133 Leslie 133 Michelle 152, 234. 235, 236, 237 Thomas 240 Martinez, Brian 152 Carmen 24. 142. 143. 152 Daniel 133, 222 Daryl Gabriel Gloria James 133 Jeff133. 254, 255. 256. 257 John 238. 239 Lori Ann Lorraine 228, 229 Margaret 241 Nancy 133, 246, 247 Patricia 133 Ramona 152. 294 Renee 152 Richard 133 152. 232 Ronald Sean Todd 152 Veronica 152. 236. 237 Masayesva, Carrie 262, 263. 280. 281. 283, 284 Masoncup, Crystal Robert 170 Masters, Jody-Rhea Masrin, Kathryn Sheri 152 Maszk, Kristi Marelski, Melissa Mauderly. Jennyer 152 Laurie May, Debra 220, 228. 229 Douglas 152 Mayo. Linda 32, 244. 245 Mays, Margaret 170, 228, 229 McAllister. Darren McAlee, Toni McBeth, Gregory 24. 53, 106, 226. 228, 229 McBride, Bridget 134 Lorna 152, 225, 243, 268, 269 Michael 152, 234, 235, 236, 237 McCall, Chris 170, 230, 242 McCallon, Laura 220 McCarson. Grant 134 McCarty. Evelyn 134, 225, 241 Scott 134. 234, 235, 236. 237 McCauley, James McClanahan, Kathy 134 McClellan, Pete 134 McClintic, Jeffrey 170. 225 McClintock, Matthew McCloskey, Daniel 152 Kelly 134 McCol1ister, Barbara 24. 32. 53. 226, 228, 229, 244. 245 Mark 152 McCannaughey. Jolie 242 152 McConnell. Brian 152 Timothy 170 McCoy, Debra Michelle 134 McCreu, Grace 152, 234, 235, 236. 237 McCutcheon. Brian 152 Daren McDermott. Shawn 152. 256. 257 McDonald. llope 152 Mcfadden. Cameron 152 McGee. Christine 134. 228, 229 Danielle 170 Jaron 170. 256. 257 John 170, 256. 257, 288. 289 Mark Mathias 134 Troy 170 McGeorge, Michael McGill, Derek 170. 256. 257 Gerald 134 McGlasson, Sharon 152 McGlone, Colleen 170, 238. 239 McGovern. Thomas 170 McGrath. Leslie 134 Timothy McGregor, Bonnie 152 McGuckin. .Mark 152. 262, 263 Mcllroy. Lanny 152 MrKeen, Deran 134. 222 McKeever, Brian 152 McKinley, Charles Kimberly 134. 228, 229, 262. 263 Robert 152, 256, 257 McKnight, Eric 134 McLellan. Brian McMath. Cynthia 170 lVlcMillan, Tricia McMullen, Michael 170. 225 McNabb, Colette 170 McNeill, Eric 152 McQuarie. Mishel 170 Robert .WcRae, Jeremy 152, 288, 289 McV'ay. Aaron 152 Mead. Alysa 244. 245 Medina. Karin 134 Medley, Melanie 170, 259 Medlock, Geneen Jeremy 152 Meese. Vernon 134 Meireis, Sheryl ml Meisen. Michele 134 Melender, Michaeline 153. 238. 239 Melichan, Robin 153 Melichar, Robin Meline, Dan Mellos, Michelle 32 Meloche, Darlene 170, 243. 273 Melzer, Kimberly 153, 230. 231 Mendelsohn, Phil 37. 236, 237 Mendelzon. Adam 134 Lee 170 Mendez. Malisa 153 Mercer, James 170 Mertett, Stephanie 32, 134. 246, 247 Metler, Bryan 153 Metz, Kyle 22, 108, 283, 284, 309 Mewhinney, Greg 134 Meyer, Brenda 170 Dawn 153 Michael 134. 254. 255. 256. 257 Michael. Teddy Michalscheck, Scott 153 Michels, Kendall 270, 271 Michelson, Eric 254, 255 Mickey, Donald 134 John 32 Middleton, Maurice 153 Midkdf Peter 153. 260 Migliaccio, Lora 32, 134, 294 Mikeal, Valerie 170 Miller, Bradley 170 Crystal 153 Dwayne 134, 288, 289 Jana 153, 228, 229, 273 Jennifer 170 Mary Michael 170, 225. 238, 239 Peyton 153, 268. 269, 318. 319 Ralph 170 Shannon 153, 236, 237, 288. 2119 Todd William Mills. Melissa 24, 32, 53. 224, 228. 229, 294 Milus Susan 170 Tracie 134, 226 Mims, Edward 170 Mirtero. Amy 153 Mings. Jennifer 170 Minnick. Todd 134 Mitchell, Jeffrey 153 Margaret 133 Shannon Stephanie 133 Mix. Gregory 170, 293 Mlekosh, Robin 134 Moesser. Merrilee 153 Moffitt, Misty 86, 220 Molde. Staci 81, 244. 245 Molina. John 153, 234, 235, 236. 237 Monks. Christopher 170 Monnin, Steven 134. 234. 235 Monroe, Lawrence 134 Myles sl. 106 Trudy 170, 228. 229 Monteith, Karrie 153 Sean 81 Montgomery, Christopher Montoya, Alfonso 170 Eileen Joseph 153 Juan Carlos 234, 235, 236. 237 Mark 153. 288, 289 Matthew .Michelle 153 Nancy 81 Natalie 32. 81, 238, 239 81 Richard 81 Sandra 170, 283, 284 Serena 170 Moon, Karey 153 Moore, Brian 24, 124. 125, 134, 226, 2211, 229, 254, 255, 256. 257 Craig 153 John Kathryn 134, 244, 245 Patrick 153, 225 Scott 153 Sonja 134. 242 Steven 222 Mora, Valerie 39, 134, 240 Moran. Colleen 170 Robert 153. 222 Moreland, Christopher Margo, Brian 153, 288. 289 Morgan, BethAnn 170 Christopher 170, 256, 257 Herbert Kimberly 153. 238. 239 Michelle 170 Tres 238, 239 Vicki 153, 234, 235. 236. 237 Morgansen. Chris 238. 239. 256, 257 Morgensen, Ronald 153 Morris, David George Jessica 170 Kyle 170 Larry 170 Mark 134, 288, 289 Martin 153 Matt 134 Melissa 153. 228, 229 Teri 81, 220 Morrison. Brett 134, 236. 237 .Meredith 170 Terry 170 Morrow, Jeffrey Moss, Devin 81, 244, 245 Jennifer 153 Moulder, Jeffery Mountain. Lance 153 Moyer. Kristyl 81 Moyers, Kenneth 153 Mudi, Shellie 134 Mltenster, Jeffrey Muggenburg, Virginia 134 Maha. Andrew 170 Mulligan, Bob 170, 240, 256, 257 Shawn 134 Mummert. Darrel 22, 32, 81, 108. 226, 254, 255, 311 Melanie 153, 241. 259 Munding. Christopher 134 Muniz, Christopher Munzlinger, Kenneth 153. 240 Murphy, Sean Murray, Michael 153 Murrell, Raphael 170, 256, 257 Richelle 32, 134, 228, 229, 23-1. 235, 236. 23 7 Myers, Brad 134 Darcee Valerie Myers 11 Donald Nagel Nancy 153 Nail Cliff270, 271 George 135 Namderyegane Rocsanna 170 Nash Martin 153 Scott 170 Susan 134. 230, 231 Nuvarrette Anthony 37, 134, 234. 235, 236. 237 Navarro Charles Roddy 87, 260 Victoria 170 Neal Matthew I70 Nefzger Mark 135 Nelson Kathleen 134 Kenneth 87 Kirsten 170 R Scott Ronald 135 Steven 87 Neuhaus, Mathew Neaweilcr, Michael 170, 222, 256. 257 Newman, Christopher 170, 238, 239, 256, 257 Newmark, Gregory 170 Newton, Dena 135 Ngo, Hicn 87 Nguyen. Minh Hoa 87 Minh Thu Quynh San 170 Thang Nichols, Carrie 153 Matthew 153, 234. 235, 236. 237 Nickensberg, Kathy 236, 237 Nickerson, Corey 135 Felicia 170 Nicolary. Nicole 170 Paul 135 Nicolls, Gwen 142. 143, 153, 226, 228, 229, 234, 235 Nielsen, Melissa 135. 264, 265 Nielson, Donald 292 Niggel. Brad 87 Nirnan, Wendy 170 Nimmo, Michael 153 Nolker. Dean 220 Noll, Kahri 153 Norris, David Mark 153 Novicki, Catherine 153 Nucci, Robert 87, 108, 228, 229 Rochelle Nudi, Michelle Nunley, Joseph 87 Mary 153 Nunn, Clay Nye, Patrick 170, 240 Nyght, Andrea 170 0'Brien. Lisa 0'Bryan, Evan 242 0'Connell. Chad 154 Oberholser, Eric 135 Oberkantpf Brandon 135 Marni 32, 87 OBrien, Kevin 170, 238, 239 Kimberly I70 Maureen 135 0Bryan, Erin 154 0Connor. Danny 154 Oestreicher, John 170 Shannon 135, 273 Uhar. Robin 135 Oldham, Joel 87 Oliveira, Keith 154 Oliver, Alan Olson. Deborah 154 Travis 170. 236, 237, 234. 235. 236. 237 0Ncal, William 154. 225 0Neill, Anne 170, 259. 268, 269 Colleen 154, 241 David 170, 288, 289 Matthew 154, 270, 271 Thomas 87, 260 Oravecz, Andy 88 Orndorff Dallas 154 Ortega, Anthony Claudia 142. 143. 154, 248, 249 Dawn 170 Jorge 88. 260 Juan 154 Renee 88. 106, 244, 245 Troy 135 Ortiz. Anthony 88, 154. 260 Lawrence 170. 256. 257 Stephen 170 Ortiz Ill. Romeo Osorio, Carlos' 30. 88, 135 Ostrander. .Melissa I35 Otero, Robert 220 Ouellette, Brian 154, 256, 257 Uverholt, Shawn 170 Overton. Lori 154 Owen, Brett 135 Jason 37, 88, 234, 235. 236. 237 JennUer 135. 241 Renee 88, 108, 244, 245 Owens. Elizabeth 170 Jane 88, 241 Oyler. Scott 88, 236. 23 7 Pabich, Wendy 26, 142, 143, 154. 228, 229, 262, 263 Paciuli, John 135 Paciulli. John Padilla. Andrea 135 Joseph 88, 254, 255 Padrick, Tammy 88. 220 Page. Jeffrey 154. 238. 239 Jill 170, 238, 239. 273 Puglia, Melissa 22. 88, 246, 247, 310 Palmer, Richard Pant. Mahesh 154 Paris, Bob 254, 255 Park, Lisa 154 Parker, Amy 170, 238, 239. 283, 284, 294 Andrew 170, 225, 279 Laura 135 Lori 135, 241 Russell 154, 225, 241 Farrar.. Israel 88 Parsons, Yolanda 89, 220 Pascale, Scott 135, 241 Pate, Jenny 171 Jodi 154, 236. 237 Kristina 154 Lisa 135, 225 Stacia 89, 318, 319 Steven 89 Patrick. Kathleen 154, 262, 263 Patterson, Brandon 154 Jennifer 154 Michele 154 Monica 171 Patrick 171 Steven 135, 260 Sylvia Pauley, Amy 154 Paulos, Cory 171, 222 Paulsen. Chris Payette. James 32. 37, 135, 234, 235. 236. 237 Robert 171, 222 Payne. Andrew 171, 238, 239 Paynter, Ann Marie Payton, Timothy 37, 135, 234, 235, 236, 237 Pearce, Anissa 135, 318, 319 Daniel 135. 260 Diane 135 JennU'er 154, 243 Pearman, Bernard 260 Kermit 89. 228, 229, 254. 255 Pederson, Neal 89 Stacy 154, 234. 235, 236, 237. 273 Pedroncelli, Paul 154 Peeples, Maurice 171, 279 Michellc 89 Peer, Leroy 154 Peete, Jason 171, 242 Lichele 135. 228, 229, 238. 239, 243 Pelky. Pamela 89 Pelzer, Jeanne 154 Pendleton, Scott 32 Penick, Daniel 171. 236, 237 Pennebaker, Loren Penziner, Jennifer 171 Perez, Ana 135 Jorma 171 Lisa 89 Peravich, Carol 89 Perrin, rwany 115, 226. 228. 229 Perry, Danielle 154 James 135 Renee 89, 273 Peter, David 154, 234, 235. 236, 237 Derek 135 Jason 171, 234, 235. 236, 237 Peters, David 154, 236, 237, 260 Peterson, Brenda 89 Erik 90 Jefhey 90 Kara 32, 135 Roy 154, 256. 257 Wendi 154 Petre, Kevin 90 Pettit, Audra 238, 239 Petty, Kristy 90 Plevfer, Staci Phelps, Donovan 171 Phillips, Douglas 171, 228, 229 Tracy 135, 220 Phipps, Lisa 135, 220 Piasecki, Sue 171, 258 Picl, Craig Pick, Lawrence 135 Pickard. Horace 90. 274. 275 Pickens. James 90 Pierce, Christine Elizabeth 171 Maryanne 90, 244, 245 Sheri 135, 244, 245 Teresa 135 Timothy 154 Valerie 90 Pierson, Mathew 171 Pike, Jennifer 90, 234, 235, 236, 237 Pionkoski, Daniel 154 Pisrone, Scott 171 Pitts, Karen 32. 135 Pixton, Laura 90, 225 Sarah 154 Plarnondan, Robert 90 Plate, Cynthia 160. 161, 171, 228, 229, 259 Hans 135, 260 Platt, David 90 Joe 135 Plowman, Matt 256, 257 Ted 154 Plyler, Craig Plymate, Duncan 154 Stephanie 135, 228, 229 Poitras, Angel 154 Polk, Larissa 171, 240 Pollock, Linda 154 Pornerleau, Antony 90, 236, 237 Porragas, Garth 135 Porter, Cari 154, 228, 229 Laura 32, 90, 264. 265 Posen, William 154, 256, 257 Posher, Max 171 Pateat, Michelle 135, 228, 229 Polenza, Denise 154, 268, 269 Michelle 135. 268, 269 Powell, Brian 171. 222 Katie 172 Powers, JennU'cr 90 Kathleen Prado, Jodi 154 Michelle 90 Prater, John 172, 225 Michael 32. 135. 260 Preafice, Michelle 39 Preiser, Andreas Rick 154 Prentice, Michelle 155. 240 Preston, John 135. 228, 229 Wendy 32, 911, 108, 226. 246. 247 Prevette. Suzanne 172 Price, Kelly 155 Sean 135 Pringle. Christiana 155. 318 David 135. I55, 254, 255. 256. 257 Prinzing. Kim 22. 91, 106, 2211. 229. 244, 245, 309 Pritchard, Michael 135 Prizont. Leonard 155 Prochazka, Beth 37, 135. 234. 235, 236, 237 Proctor, Linda 32, 91 Props, Marian 172, 238, 239 Provencio, Timothy Pruitt, Daryll 172 Pryor-Brown, Casi 172. 241 Puariea, Jefrey 135 Puma, Tony 135 Purcell. Christopher 172 Jennifer 135, 220 Putman, Brandie 172 Dawn 91 Patna, Ernisse Steve 172 Putz, Deborah 135, 228, 229 Quarn, Cynthia 91 Lori 155 Quesada, Christina Maria 91, 241 Quick, Kurt 136 Quintana, Janet 172, 266, 283, 284 Quirina, Scott Quiring, Scott 256, 257, 292, 293 Raab, Aaron 155. 228, 229, 234, 235, 236. 237. 292. 293 Alexander 91 Radlopf Stefan 172. 234. 235. 236. :sr atm, Grfgm- 155, 234, 235. 256, 217 Raichur, Arvind 91 Ramirez. Miguel 92 Randall. lry 172 Rapagnani, Patrick 155, 256. 257 Suzanne 92 Rascon, Joey Rasinski, David 155 Rasmussen, D Scott 172, 293 Raspall, lvette 155 mow Lisa 155 Ratterman, Jeffrey 155. 270. 271 Ray Lora 32, 92 Stanley 92 Rayner, Steven 172, 279 Rays. Cynthia 172 Reardon, John Scott 136, 270, 271 Reber, Alec 136. 234, 235 Reed, James Lynda 155 Shelly 155, 242 Reeder, Christina 160, 161, 172 Recs. Jennifer 136 Reese, Christopher 172 Meredith 172 Reeve, John 92 Regensberg. John 92, 220 Reich, Deborah 92 Reid. Charles 136 Reijf Karl 172 Reil, Stefani 172, 238, 239 Rein. Todd 92 Reinhari, Traci 22, 26. 53, 92. 106. 3119 Reinke. Lisa 155. 242 Reisch, Stacey 172 Reisinger, Karin 172. 266 Reiss, Kenneth 155 Reilan. Andrea 92, 294 Rejician, Johnna 155 Rekor. Todd 136 Rekemeyer. Steven 172 Rel Eric Keith 254. 255 Rellinger. Chris 172. 256, 257 Renaud. Robin 155, 264, 265, 2811. 281, 283. 284 Vickki Renick. Joanna 92 Reyes, Valerie 53, 92 Reynolds. Christopher 172, 256. 257 Edward Rhoden, Bruce Rhodes. Bruce 136 David 136. 288, 289 Ronelle 136 Taran 172. 288, 289 Rhodus. Michael 136 Ricci. Lisa 155 Rich. Jennifer 155 Richards, Jennbfer 93. 220 Shannon 1611. 161, 172. 238. 239 Richardson, Andrea 172 Harold 32. 37. 39, 93, 226. 234, 235, 236, 237 Katherine 136. 244. 245 Richmond, Ray 155 Richmond Jr.. Ray Riddle. Matthew 172 Ridenour, Teresa 93 Ridens, Richard Rider. David 32. 136. 274, 275 Riensch, Stacey Riggs, Michael 172 Riker. Jamey Riley, Todd 155 Riordan, Cindy 155, 264, 265 Risberg, Tracy 155 Ritter, Laani Rivera, Maria 93 Matthew 93 Samuel 172 Sandy 155, 266 Rivers, D Eric 172 Tanya 155, 241 Roach, Keith 172 Roache. Keith Roberts. Cindy 172 Damian 228, 229 Robertson, Dana James 172 Lyssa 155, 262, 263 Monoca 93, 243 Quinn 155 Robinson. Erick 136, 240 James 242 Melanie 155 Tracy 93 Robles, Marcus 172 Rockman, Sean 172 Rodney, April 172, 258 Rodrigues. .Uatthew 93, 222 Michael 136. 222 Rodriguez. Luis 93 Rhrtnda 248, 249 Rodzewich, Sherri 172, 238, 239 Roe, David 136. 254, 255. 256, 257, 288, 289 Jonatltan 172. 256, 257, 288, 289 Ratser, Mart 236, 237 Roctting. Michelle 32, 136. 220 Tracy 172, 233, 239 Rogers. James 93 Michael 93 Rohr. Keith 155 Kevin Rtrlli, Barbara 172 Roman, Patrick 155. 256, 257 Romero, David Frances Kenneth 136 Laurence 172 Lee Ann 155 Mark 136 PeneIope136, 234, 235. 236, 237 Wally 172. 241 Romig. Christopher 136, 262, 263 km, Gregg 155 John Michelle 32, 93, 224 William 37, 236. 237, 244, 245 Roseberry. Don Rosen, Paul 155. 222 Roskom, .Maureen 94 Rossi, Alysa Rosson, .Vary 172, 228, 229, 243 Thomas 32, 232 Roth, Jaris 136, 234. 235. 236, 237 Uli Jon Rothrock, Donald 172 Rouswell. Jason 155 Rowlette, Christina 155, 319 Rtlwson, Michael 136 Roybal. Antonio 172, 279 Royce, Daniel 136. 254. 255, 256, 257 Patrick 32, 94, 106. 254, 255. 274. 275 Rubin, Kjersten 32, 136. 244. 245 Rubio. Rene 172 Rudolph, Paige 94 Rujj JennU'er 172 Rape, Robin 94 Russell, Daniel 172 Gregory 155 Kurt 136. 260 William 136 Ruybalid, Victor 172 Ryan, Patrick 155, 256, 257 Ryzman. Lara 94,220.244, 245 Sabanofsky, Tricia 220 Saberhagen. Eric Jill 32. 136, 228, 229 Sabisch, Michael 94 Sacco, Sally 136 Sadighi. Amir 172 Saejkow, Rikkele 172, 240 Safier, Jassmine 32. 136, 268. 269 Seth 155 Sagripanti, Sandro 30, 95 Sahd, Danny 136 Michael 94 Tanya 172 Sais, Todd 32. 136, 228, 229 Saiz, Joseph Melissa 136 Salas, Jwichelle 94 Richard 136 Salazar, Gabriel 155. 260 Paul 155, 288. 289 Shannon 172 Tommy 155 Yvette 172 Salbertt, Tamara 172 Sales, Kimberly 155 Salge, Amy 155 Thomas 94 Sallie, Jane 155 sam, Stacy 94 Samosorn, Michael Sanchez. Debra 94, 220 Eric 156, 234, 235, 236, 237 Jeremy 136 Mark 94 Welissa Natalie 94 Rtuann 136. 220 Roy 294 Thomas 136, 274. 275, 292. 293 Santlell, Jill 32. 37, 136, 234, 235. 236. 237 Sanders. Kimberly 156 Sandoval. Brian 95 Charlotte 172, 283. 284 Dean 156, 238, 239 Sanncr, Jay 136. 254, 255 Jeffrey 172, 256, 257 Sant. Lindy 156. 230 Santana, Jennifer 156 Santangelo, Joann 95, 220 Satan, Dennis Jennifer 156, 2411 Sartain, Shelly 156 Sather, Aatalit- 172 Sauer. Gretchen 136. 220 Heidi 136. 226 Saueressig, Tamatha 95, 228, 229. 240 Saaerssig. David 172 savage, .Vissy 95 stwyer, Linda 242 Saxey. Danelle 136 Soya, Janet 136, 228. 229 Scahill, Patrick Schaberg. Kenneth 156 Schaefer, Michael 156 Schaefer. Ronald Schafer, Bradley 156 Schecker. Robert 254, 255 Scheighardt. Beth Schense. Jennifer 172, 240 Scheuse, Jennver 39 Schick. Susan 172, 230, 240 Schiffer. Beth 20. 26, 53. 95, 1116. 226, 306, 307. 308, 309 Schlather. Denise Schlcgcl. Troy 136 Schlichtintz, John Schlick, Jill 172. 226, 230 Schlicting, John 156, 262. 263 Schmidt, Brian 136 Daren 172 Shelley 136, 262, 263 Schnabel, Rick 95 Schnitzlcr, Paula 136. 264. 265 Schonfeld, Chris Schott, Michael Schreyer, D Tyah 172, 225 Howard 95 Schroeder, Gabrielle 136 Schuessler, Stephanie 95 Schultz, Christopher 156 Steven 136 Schumer, Hayley 172 Ivy 156 Schutzberger. Leigh 136 Richard 172 Schwanke, Cristy 156 Schwartz, Jason 288. 289 Schweighardt, Lori 32, 136, 220, 241 296 Scltweighart, Beth 172, 243 LSehwerin, Melissa 156 Fcibior, Melissa 136. 262, 263, 268. 269 Scott, Darnen 136 , John 136,319 1 tcytr 172. 240 Reno 136 . Robert 136 'Seaborn. Shannon 32, 37. 53, 95. 228. 229. 236, 237 Sears, Guy 220 'Seegers, Albert 156 Kimberly 136 !Seiler, Monica 172, 234, 235. 236, 237 iSeM Paul 22, 26. 53. 96, 106, 226. 254, 255. 292, 311 ,Sellmeyer. Jennifer 172, zss, 239 'setria, Alissa 154, 245 1Sena, Leslie 136 'srpatrrtta, Mirtrrtr 172 Sesbeaw, Wendy 172 Setteceri, Rob 156 Settecerri, Robert .Severns. Kerry 172 243 Seymour, Christopher 156 Shafer, Laurence 292 Shampine, Allan 32, 136, 230, 231 Rod 32, 136, 240 Shanks, Kerry 156 Sharkey, Brian 136, 226 Sharp, Gregory 156, 279 John 156 Shaver, Angela 96, 238, 239, 240 Robert 156, 262. 263 Shearer, Joel 156 Sheldon, Crystalin 136 Shelton. Leslie 156 Shenk, Karen 136, 273 Shepherd. Christopher 136 Sherman, Mark 136 Sherwood, Rick 32, 136 ,stttpn Kristan tso, 244, 245 Shomaker, Jack Shopteese, Anthony 136 Short, Denise 172 Shaver, Shelly 172 Shuford, Leslie 156, 226 Shukis. Kara 136, 264, 265 Shultz. David 156, 260, 288, 289 Shumaker. Janet 96 Sibrel, Brian Sichler, Jason 156 Sickles. Melissa 172, 243 Siedlecki, Lee 172, 293 Siegenthaler, Lara 142, 143, 157 Sierra. Charley 226 Cheri 160. 161. 172 Ernest Sikora. Joel 172, 225, 236, 237 Lauriann 96. 108. 310 Sillterrnan. Todd 157, 225, 226. 234. 235. 236. 237 Silva, Beatrice 157, 234. 235. 236. 237 Simmonds, Jennyer 157. 259 Simmons, Kody 172. 228, 229 Kary 136, 224 Simon, Lisa 32, 53. 96. 234, 235. 236. 237 Simonds. Jennifer Simpson, James 157 Sims. Eileen 96. 240 Walter 172, 319 Ainclair, Duane 254, 255 Singer. Cynthia 172 Singleterry. Monika 96. 108, 224, 246, 247 Sisneros, Antanya 137, 243 Christine 137 Geraldine 172 Skelton, Richard 96 Skinner, Michelle 172. 222 Tami 32. 137. 259 Slade, Scott 96 Slater. Lisa 96 Sloan, Walter Slocum, Jessica 172, 222, 259 Sloop, Derek 172, 270. 271 Sluder. Lisa 137 Smallwood, Kellie 172, 238. 239 Smart, Carl 157 Smidt, Marie 137. 258 Smiset, Scott 137 Smith, Alicia Angela 32, 137 Dwayne 157 Erie 254, 255 Faron 174 Gregory 137, 254, 255 J 97, 220 Jennifer 160, 161 Jimmy 157 Kina 157 Kristyne 174, 230 Larry 157. 256, 257 Lisa 137 Mark 96. 220 Matthew Michael 174, 96, 228, 229, 240 Michelle 137. 318, 319 Raul Robert 97. 254, 255. 283, 284 Tina 174 Tracy 26, 157, 228, 229, 264. 265 Troy 137, 288. 289 Victor 157 Snavely, Melissa 174. 248. 249 Snelling. Shawn 174, 288. 289 Snoopy 225 Snyder, Heather 32, 97 Richard 137 Song, Young 157, 224, 262, 263 Sorensen. Kristi 174. 273 Soto, James 137 Souter, Juan 157 Sava. Julie 174 Spalding, JennU'er 157, 319 Spalsbuty, Matthew 97 Sparlin. Brigitte 137. 258 Speakman, Diana 174 Spear, Robert 137, 274, 275 Spence. Heath 288, 289 Spencer, Jack 174 Madalene 157, 268, 269. 318 Richard 32, 97, 270, 271 Tammy Spiers. Robert 174 Spinks, David 137 Steve 97. 254, 255, 283, 284 Sposato, Joseph 138 Spottedwolf Calavin Sprelz, Arn-y157, 294 Spriggs. Steve 97, 224, 228, 229, 274, 275 Spring. Rebecca 97, 262, 263 Tammy 157, 280. 281, 294 Springs, Julie 174 Spurlock. James 174 Squires, Heather tstt St. Ledger, Joseph 156 Stabley, Donald 157 Stadlander, Joel 157 Stafford, Daniel 138 Keith 174 Kenneth 174, 279 Stalgren, Douglas 32, 138 Glenn 174, 256, 257 Staller, Heather 32. 138, 228, 229 Stallman, Eric 156 Stamm, Jason 222 Robert 156 Stangle, Fredric 160, 161, 174 Stanley, Allen 97, 234, 235 Christine 174, 234, 235, 236. 237 Rebecca 97. 264. 265 Stapp, Margie 174 Starkey. Charles 156 Stearns. Jason 174 Steckbauer, Susan 243 Steed. Mona 138 Steffen. Eric 174 Stephens. Anthony 97 James 156 Jean 156 Johnny 97 .Marko 138, 241 Stepp, Melanie 911 Shannon, 174, 288, 289 Sterk, Dawn 138 Sterosky. Kirstin 138, 246, 247 Stevens, Michelle 156, 228, 229 Stevenson, Adam 174 Stewart, Kelli 174 Stieltman, Amy 156 David 98 Stigler, William 156 Stih, Todd 138 Stiles, John 37, 138, 234. 235, 236. 237 Stiley, Dawn 142, 143. 156, 226 Sean 174 Stilwell, Joetta 98. 238. 239 Peter 37, 138, 234, 235, 236. 237 Stinson, Leanne 138 Stirbis, Gary 98, 270. 271 Stith. Terrence 156, 274, 275 Stock. Linda 156 Stoekebrand, Krista 98 Stocking. Kevin 156 Stofac. Leigh 138 Stolasky. Thomas 172 Stomp, Jennyer 98, 220 Stone, Brian 156. 288, 289 Shane 138 Starer. 0uida 156 Stott, Christopher 156 Steven 98 Stouffer. Daniel 156, 234. 235. 236. 237 Laura 156 Stout, Ellen 138 Greg Pamela 156 Stratler, Deborah 172 Strahan, Jena 98 Strange, Laura 156, 243 Stratton, Mathew 172 Mike 279 Richard 37, 138, 234, 235, 236. 237. 260 Strouch. Kristin 98 Straus, Julie 98 Straw. Shane 288, 289 Streater. David Strehle, Cheryl 156 Strcmsterfer, Stephen 156. 225 Strever. Rebecca 172 Stringer, Jeannie 156 Jeffrey 172 Strohacker, Julie 156 Sheila 138 Stroud, Natalie 32, 53, 98, 226 Stroupe. Kimberly 138, 220 Shannon 172 Slruve, Kari 98. 2311, 239 Stuart. Lisa 156, 234. 235. 236, 237 Mary 99, 244, 245 Stueven. Mark 99 Stukas, Michael 99 Slults, Eric 99, 292 StuFPy,Jo11n 1311 Sturm. Suzanne 138 Stutts. Rick 254, 255 Stuyvesant, Jacob 32. 99 Jodie 156 Joshua 32, 99 Saber. Chad 172, 234, 235. 236, 237 Melissa 138 Suda Kim 220 Sullivan, Christine 156 Sean 26. 160, 161, 172. 256. 257 Tory 26, 32, 138. 228, 229. 262. 263 Summers. Danelle 99 Sapensky. Matthew Sutherland, Kari 22, 99. 244, 245. 310 Sutin. Joshua 138 Swann, Todd 172 Swayden, Chad 156 Sweeney, Carmen 99 Sweis, Majed Swisher, Anthony 37 Tabet. James 138, 242 Tafoya, lklelinda 172 Stanley 99 Talley, William 156. 256, 257 fanen, Mitchell Tanner . Jacquelyn 138, 246, 247 Tartaglia, Dianna 99 Leona 138, 220, 226 Tasler. Jonathan 172 Tate, Carole 138, 226. 228, 229, 268. 269 Kevin 172 Tawney, Rebecca Taylor, Christopher Kendall 172, 238, 239 Michelle 156, 243 Valerie Teachout, Michelle 156, 234, 215 Samantha 156, 234, 235 Temple, Margaret 99. 220 Michelle 156 Templeton. Vanessa 172, 243 Tennyson. Robert 139 Ternes, Melissa 172 Terrill. Scott 172, 270. 271 Thelandet, David 138 Thies, Blake 138 Thomas, Joseph 172 Thompson. April 1311 Brenda 172 Christina 138. 220 Kelley 100 Paul 100 Rona 138, 220, 280, 281 Scott 138. 241 Thornhill, John 156 Thornton, Ellen 100 Thorson, Kurt 100 Threadgill, David 156 Scott Thunberte. Erik Kurt 156 Tanya 172 Thygeson, Susan Tidler, Brett 37. 100, 234, 235. 236. 237 Cynthia 172, 273 Tien. Bertha 32, 138. 244. 245 Tilghman, Todd 138. 288. 289 Tipping, Michael 138 Tobin, Dennis 172 Todd. Sheri 174, 296 Tolbert. Cassie 138 Toledo, Eric 156, 256, 257 Tomlinson. Franklin 156. 288, 289. 292, 293 tlflarla 32, 138. 258 Tang. Allen 156 Tanks, Thomas 156 Toops, John 156 Lisa 100. 240 Torch, Marci 174 Torr, Jennifer Torres, Carlos Patrick 138 Torrez, Kenneth 138 Towers, Curtis 174, 256. 257 Towne, Janet 100 Jason 174 tafyray tts Townsend. Bary 138 Tran, Hoa Thanh 174 Manh 138 Traub, Jacob 100 Trepanier, Jonathan 156 Triano, Melissa 156 Trarntrty, Michael Trotter, Christine 138. 220 Troxel, Nyleen 32, 37. 100. 234. 235. 236, 237 Trucksa. Beth 156 David 138. 254, 255, 256. 257 Trudo, Steven 156. 318. 319 Truji1lo.Alex 138 Lisa 220 Ramon Tsonetokoy, Lisa 174 Tucker. Colmar 174 Turan, Lisa 138 Ryan Turk 182 Michael 156, 230, 231 Turley, Tenisa 174 Turner, Del 138 Edward 156 Paula 174 Ryan 174 Tonya 160, 161, 174. 243 Turpin, Jason 100, 254, 255 Tuschhofti Deanna 100 Twietmeyer, Robert 15 7 Tyler, Donald Tyson, Kersti 142. 143, 157, 226 Uher, Michael 100 William 174, 238, 239 Ullatn. David 157, 222 Ulshofer, Lisa 32, 138 Updegram Eric 174 Upshaw, Ronald 157, 228, 229, 256. 257 Urbassik, Lisa 100 Utsey, Carolyn 157, 238, 239 Utterback. Sharone 138 Vacinca, Patty 220 Vaeirca, Patricia 138 Valdez, Kenneth 138 Valencia, Mark 138, 318, 319 Vanblarieom, Jana 157 Vance. Jeffrey 139 Vancil. Craig 157 Vandekooy. Richard 157, 256, 257 Vandersliee. Robert 139. 220 Vanhorn. Patrick 157 Vanveen, Karina 32, 53, 100. 244. 245 Kristin 53, 100, 220. 244, 245 Vanzele, Courtney 174, 259 Vargo, Lisa 157 Vasilion, Victoria 139 Vasquez, Angela Jennifer 26. 157. 228, 229 Kelly Ann 139 Melissa 139 Vbarra. Suzen 139 Veilleux. Michelle 139 Veiteh. Kimberly 157. 228. 229 Thomas 157 Veitz, Staci 157. 296 Velasquez. Debra 139. 242 Jameson 174 Ventura. Jennifer 174 Verdeja. Julie 139. 228, 229, 241 Verkin, Christine 139 Vernon. James Vetter, Diane 101 Viek, Sean 139 Vierra, John 101 watt, Dennis Gilbert 174 Lisa 157. 283. 284 Randall 101 William 174, 238, 239 Villa, Clifford 53, 101, 228, 229 Vittitoe, Victoria 101, 234. 235, 236. 237 Vittitow, Richard 157 Vleck, James Vlk, Julie 157 Vogel, Susan 139, 258 Timothy 174, 225 Von Worley. Stephen 157 Vonderheyden, Jens 30 Voorhis, Nicholas 157 Voss. Sharon 139 Wade, Michelle 157 Wadell, Kristel 157, 234. 235. 236. 237 Wagner, Donovan Gregory 157 Wainwright, August 139 Waldrop, Kimberly Walker, Brian 157, 256, 257. 283, 284 Kelley Krista 157 Leah 157 Wall, Craig 101 Wallace, Kimberly 139 Michael Walsh, C arrie Jack 139 Walton, Sehonna Tanya 158 Ward, Cameron 158, 260 Douglas tot Warner. Hellas 174 Kristy Watkins, Clinton 139 Watson, Heather 174 Jami 139 Jeffrey 158 .Valico 174 11 atters. Dennis 174 Watts. Andrea 139 tt,-ta 101 Waugh. Rene 139 Weathers, Britt 102. 244. 245 Weaver. Donald 139 Sean Webh. Amada 139 Deanna 102 Helter. Catherine 139 Rnnaatyn 174 ll 1-bster. Eric 102 Ili-ddle. Dirk 139. 254. 255. 256. 25 7 Weeks, Gerald 174 Weidner. Stephanie 158 Weingartner, Erica 158 Weinmaster, Eric 139, 254, 255 Weishaar, Kerri 139 Welker, Scott 158 Wellons. Shannon 102. 220 Welp. Catherine 158. 234. 235. 236. 237 Welton, Theodore 174 William 20. 26. 32, 53, 102, 106. 226, 228. 229, 306, 307, 30 Wendell. Marni 174. 258 Wengert. Heidi 20. 22. 32. 102. 142. 143. 226, 241, 3118, 310 Peter 158, 241, 270, 271 Wensink, Nicnlette 158 Wente, Clara 32. 139 William 174 Wericls. l.isa 174 Werner. Karl 138 Wescott. Clword 138 West. Wendy 1112 Westad, Kevin 102 wrrrptrat, Christopher 174, 256, 257, 2118, 289 Whaley, Kristi 158 Wharton. Sally 158 Wheatley. Corey 174 Whect. Glenn 174, 240 Whisenhunt. llarold 158, 222 John 174, 230, 238. 239 Whitaker, Jon 102, 228, 229 Whitby. Kathryn 174 White. Daniel Eric 174. 288, 289 Keila 102 Mary 32, 53, 1112, 226, 228. 229 246. 247 Shannon 241 Trey 158 Warren Whitehead, Stacy 102. 270. 271 Whitcner, Stephanie 138 Whiteside, Kerry 174. 260 Trent 39, 102, 240, 260 Whitfield. Kristen 138, 294 Whitmore, Wendy Whitney, Pamela 174 Whitten. Jeffrey 138 Wick. Michael 158 Villalub Villane. Villella. Vinnola. os, Antonio 157 Scott 101, 230 Phillip 157 Gina 174 Viscardi, Kimberly 157 Wickesberg. Cathi 174. 234. 235 Widner. Nicole 158. 264. 265 Pamela 174 Wiegandt. Jennifer 158 Wifall, Diana 158. 234, 235 Wiggins, David 174 Wilder, Christopher Wildman. Laura 102, 294 Wilkinson. Kim 138. 243 Will. Daniella 174 Willett, Cassandra 138 Williams. C Erin 138. 259 Christina 32, 138 C1ay,17. 138, 234, 235, 236. 2.17 Deana 176 Deborah 103, 241. 311 Gregory 26, 32, 124, 125, 138. 226. 228, 229, 310 Kenneth 176 Kimberly 176 Kirsten 158, 234, 235. 236. 237 Mark 37, 39, 103. 234, 235, 236, 237 Matthew 176 Richard Robert 158, 238, 239 Scott 158, 37, 103, 234, 235. 236, 237 Steven 103 Willingham, Tara 140, 264, 265 Willis, Garner 158 Seth 140 Willoek. Heather 158, 234. 235. 236. 237 Willyard. Craig 176 Wilson, Angela 1511 Bryan 103 Collette 176 Danielle 103. 241 Frank 1511, 260 Je-Urcy 1511, 225 Marc 1511 .Halt 158, 279 Michael 103, 158 Michelle 158 Wilt. Barry 140 Wiltshire, Kristojfer 176 Wimberly. Brian 103 Witnmer, Joseph 140, 220 Rachel 176 Windeck, Lundy 140 Wings-rt, D Michelle 319 Jamie 176 Wingfield. .Michael 103 Winston, Tara 283, 284 Winters, Niel Russell I-10. 274. 275 Wintheiser. Jon 176, 279 .Vonica 138 Wirth, Joel 153. 256, 257 Wise, Dawn 32, 140. 222, 226 Jeff 103, 254, 255 Roxanne 176 Wiseley, Matthew Wiseman, Evelyn 158 Justin 176 Wisley, .Matt 138 Witkowski. Jeffrey 1511 Wolcott, Thomas 1511 Wolek, Amy WUM Jason 32. 104 Laura 1-10, 268, 269 Wow Melinna 220 Rhvn 176 Wall, David 104 Kendra 176. 283. 284 Woltmon. Stephanie 158 Womak. Charles Wamble , Michael 176 Wonder, Brian 158 Wong, Charles 158. 270. 271 Wood, Lynn 176. 232 Tanya Woods, Denise 176 Robert 158, 292. 293 Woodside, Jonathan 176 Robert 104 Woodward, Robert 140, 234, 235. 236. 237 Wooten, Heather 176 Wowak, Jennifer 176 Wright, Amy 140. 224 Brian 104 Carolyn 160, 161, 176 Janet 176 Je-Urey 158, 228, 229 Michael 158 Rebecca 140, 258 Shelley 176 Wyman, Amy 104 Yanez, Anthony 142. 143, 158 Michael 176, 288, 289 Yarasheski. Erin 158 Yates, Richard Ybarra, Susan Yeaman, Michele 140, 224, 238, 239, 243 Yeary, Laura 104 Yeazell, Shari 104 Yelvertan. JenUer 176, 268, 269 mt., Colby Young, Jason 158. 222, 225 John 140. 222 Kelly 140, 246. 247 Lee 12. 104. too. 241 Michael 140, 254, 255, 256, 257 Steven 140 Yusko, Robert 140 Zaffery. Phillip 22. 104, 310 Zagar, Timothy 32. 140 Zamora, Charmaine 176 Zbylut, Mark 104 Zellner, lllelissa 1511 Zeri, Connie Zibolsky. David 140 Zimmerman, Ruth 140. 234. 235. 236, 237, 2511 Zink, Kevin zfnimk, Amy 176 Acree, Frank 216 Akins. Johnny Allen. Carol! Allison, Donna 206 Anaya. Santiago Anderson. Howard 206 Arndt, Ernestine 209 Aslin. David 215, 234. 235, 236. 237- 238. 239 Avis. Catherine 214 Ballinger. Curtis Barner, Hariet 210 Bass, Marti llenavidez, Lorraine 211 Benevidez. Daniel Benia, Sam 208 Bisetti, Ed 210, 254, 255, 256, 257 Blake, Marlene 206 Bodman, Ceeelie 216 Bodwell, Patricia 213 Bond, JoAnn 216 Borland, Dolores 216 Bowen, Doris 124, 125. 210 Brice, Alice 208 Broderick. Anita 206 Brookover, Linda Brown, Jerry 212. 27-1, 275 Roy 274, 275 Bttreh, 1Hary Ellen 49. 1-12, 143, 212 Butzier. Rabin 216 Cabaniss Coach 270, 271 Carpenter, Susan 215 Carter, Nora 264, 265 Casey. Jane 212 Castoel, Ulenden 210 C'have:. Cindy 264, 265 Church. Kathleen Collins' Coach 254, 255, 256, 257 Cunningham. Saundre 206 Cooper, Karen Corey Coach 293 Cox. Kathleen 216 Crouse, Dean Daniels, Elizabeth Dare Couch 254, 255, 256, 257 Davies, Beverly 216 Des-erman, Wona 208, 318 Dixon. David 124, 125, 21,1 Dreibelbis, l.indi 209 Edwards. Jim 262, 263 Egan Coach 270, 271 Emmons. Sarah Emory, Ettla Encines. Eddie Esquibel. Olivia 208 Evans, Pam 214, 244, 345 Scott, 214. 2113. 2114 Everhart, Cathy Farina, Anna Maria 211 Farrar, Tom Farrell, sydney mo, 161, 214. 226 Ferrar. Tom 215 Fessinger, Stuart 215. 234. 235, 236. 237. 238, 239 Fisher. Sharon Fitzpatrick. Peter 215 Flanagan. Don 214. 2110. 281 Fleming, Patty 208, 215 Foote. Bolt 207 Foreman, Sharron 216 Forrest, Max 215 Franklin, George 214 Frolin. Philip 215, 220 Fuller. Michal 216 Garcia, Roland Sue 264. 265 Gilpin. Deanne 207 Greenspan. Elaine 49, 208 Griscam, Jim lirttvcs. Melody 216 Graette, Richard 210 Gtteswell, Phyllis 206 Guitierrez, Joe Gullick. Cherry 216 Gutierrez, Lucy 208 llaase. Richard llalama, Stephanie 216 Hall, Jerry 214. 254. 255. 256. 257 'Mary 211 Harding, lola 207 Harmon Coach 260 Harrison. Judy 212 Harry, Jan 216 Harvey, Ellen 212 Herrera, Susan 210 Halmquist, Marj 209 Hubbell. Madeline 217 Huenefeld, Loretta 214, 220 Humphreys, LaFuan 212 Huskinson Coach 260 Isaacs, Kathleen lsselhard, Christine 207 Jaynes, Peggy 208, 230, 231 Johns, Jim 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 292, 293 Lee Ann 211 Johnson. Lois 206 Jordan. Larry 208 .1usti:. Elena 209, 217 Juztiz. Nlaria Kadlek, Marge 32, 207 Kapka, Frances 210 Keeler, Marge 214, 296 Kelly, Brian 212 Kelson, Jane 213 Kenney, Michael King, Mitzi Knauber. Carol 214, 262. 263 Knoll, Malra 213 Knutson, Larry 260 Koltlinski. Carol 210 Koenigsberg, Jerrett 207, 2011 Kogler, .Mari 217 Kohr, Jim 210 Kupald, Meredith 208 Krone, Marci 207 Lane, Martha 217 Leder, Lauren 215. 241. 242, 243 Lee. Ruth Lelzltus, Susan Leny, Marie Light. Antonia 208. 224 Livermore, Carol 217 Lutlwiek, Louisa 217 MacKellar, Duncan 213 MaeKeller Mr. 232 Maez, Paul 21111, 289 Mangold. Rob 215 Marinsek, Betty 207 Marquez. Sally 210 Susan 283, 284 Masoncup, John 210, 211 Matthews. Sandra 210, 211 McBeth, Neil 210 Mfttaiff, Sherry 208, 215 Meltner. Karl 209 Meloy, Kathryn 211 Mercer, David 142, 143, 212 Merzweiler, Tim 2811, 289 Metarelis, Demosthenes 213 Meyners. Judy 207 Mikeal, Roger 210. 211 Miller, Bruce 213 Cynthia 213 Milliman. Bob 207 M itchener, Brian .Mark Monteverdi, Ruth Moon, Danny 215 Moreno, Nancy 2011 Moser Coach 254, 255, 256, 257 Moya, Maurice Munck, Miriam 21.1 Mundell, Don 207, 214, 230 Jlttrduch, Jim 212. 226 Math, David 207 Narath, Wttrth 217 Nason, George 215 Uglesby. tray 217 Olglesby. Kay Osborne, Barbara 49. 208 Pttcienza, Marianna 32, 209 Page, Chris 274, 275, 279 Pardue, Kathy 217 Parrish, Carolyn 208 Piper, Carol 208 Pokarski, Richard 213 Polan, Karen Pompa. Ray 207 Porragas, Sam 209 Powell, Majel 209 Pumper, Bernadette Radigan. Sandra 210 Rehder, Lynne 209 Reid, William 206 Renken, Pat 207 Renshavv. Kerry 212 Rhinehart, Ron 213, 268, 269, 270, 271 Richards, Nancy 212 Roach, Peggy 206 Robertson, Bill 208 Rodriguez, Ralph 207 Romero, Matty 211 Roma, David Rost, Marilyn 217 Roybal, Jimmie 209. 228. 229 Ryan, Marie 209 Sadder, Dave Salas, Flrtrela 211 Salazar, David 207 Sanchez, Dennis 212 Louie Sandoval, Toni 217 Sundry, Mike 210 Saunders. Oleta 209 Sauter, Dave 274, 275 Schwab, Mary Lou 32, 211 Schwaner, Margie Shoemaker. Ron 217 Sleeter, Betty 209 Sransbury, Linda zoo Stebbins, Jack 214 Stall, Durward 214, 294 Stewart. Otis 2117 Storey, Gil 214, 294 Street, Richard 49, 212 Sutton, Pat 214 Swanson. 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