Fountain Fort Carson High School - Yearbook (Fountain, CO)
- Class of 1984
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lt was showtime for the students at Fountain - Ft. Carson High
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The shooting which took place in the auditorium and gave the students a
behind the scenes view of movie making as well as being in the show.
In a separate shooting of a classroom scene several members of Thespi-
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Directed by Don Hawks and starring Emery Kedocia, "Baby don't Cry"
depicted the life of a high school girl, whose family had recently moved
from the city to a small town area to get away from big city violence.
Unfortunately, the small town has problems of its owng two rape murders.
QL to RJ: Darwin Thomas, "putting on the ritz". Jerry
Hogan pops it with the Pop-a-zolds. Dennis Hobot
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As a part of the Homecoming week, the students
and faculty did what they do best, feud. With the
theme for this year's Homecoming being "We are
Family" what could be better than Fountain-Ft. Car-
son's first family fued. It was run by Student Council
with Evan Dalrymple as the announcer.
On September 27, 1983, the show down was on to
see whowas tops between the sophomores, juniors,
seniors and faculty. After round one only two of the
four remained. The seniors defeated the hard fought
faculty, and the decision had been made. After three
explosive rounds with survey questions including
"name a planet" asked, the seniors had remained vic-
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The sophomore team was headed by Renee Kayser
with members: R.J. Steer, Jessie-Crutcher, Richard
Bowen, Dawn Surface, and Christine Warkins. Lead-
ing the junior class was Glenda Daniels with: Al
Marcy, Yondrick Bailey, Claudine Hendrix, Kerstin
Smith and Cynthia Harrison. Richens Smith lead the
senior team of: Jerry Hogan, Stephanie Watkins, Jer-
ry Hunt, Tim Daley, and Jackie Steczo to victory.
QUEEN: CHERYL JOHNSON
The evening started off great as the
Trojans had a double overtime victory
over Weld Central. Halftime entertain-
ment included a presentation of candi-
dates on classy convertibles. The an-
nouncing of the King and Queen and the
crowning ceremony were the highlights.
KING: CLAYBORN HAYNIE
Cheryl was a three year varsity Letter-
man Cheerleader, Junior Attendant,
Prom Princess, and a member of the
1983 Grand Champion cheerleading
squad. "I feel privileged that the class of
1984 elected me for this honor." Clay-
born was a three year football Letter-
man, two year Letterman in track and
basketball, Senior Class President and
QUEEN CANDIDATES QL to RJ: Karen Vasquez, Wanda Turner, Linda Mus
grave, Laura Senko, Essie Crutcher and Cheryl Johnson.
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Top to Bottom il. to Rl: Wendy Barone, Diane Machln, Erin
Brown, Jerry Hunt, William McBride, Sponsor Renee Kayser,
Whitney Smoote', Editor-in-Chief April Griffin.
From The Editor . . .
ln the beginning of May, a very special book comes
out that highlights all the years happenings, the year-
book. Being Editor-in-Chief was a very new exper-
ience to me but I enjoyed every minute of it.
Without my faithful staff and sponsor l never would
have made the tough deadlines. With all of us being
rookies it took alot of on the job training and hard
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I hope what we have compiled in this yearbook will
give you fond memories of the year 1983-84.
Editor-in-Chief, Wendy Barone.
From The Editor .
Near the month of February, when the yearbook
deadlines are drawing to a close, we took on an equal-
ly hard task, the newspaper. Unfortunately, about this
time most of us were close to what is commonly
known as, burnout. lt took effort but we did it.
Our first paper was the hardest. With only four
members working on it, things became quite hectic.
As we went on, the paper got a little easier, thanks to
the rest of the staff.
fTop to Bottom QL to rl: Sherri Givens, Steve Greenlee, Jerry
Hunt, Wendy Barone, Greg Watkins, Erin Brown, Diane Ma-
chin, April Griffin, Patricia Jones, Dawn Surfface, Delores
Haines, Holly Hultman.
Front to Back QL toRl: Tim Cockroft Pres., Rhoda Long Treas.,
Carolyn Cook Sec., Darreck Guster V.P., Ruth Mclrvin V.P..
FCA, Growing ln The
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes
purpose, here at Fountain and every-
where, ls to present to athletes and
coaches, and all whom they influence,
the challenge of receiving Jesus Christ as
Not only are the people involved con-
tinually growlng in their faith but also
grow in their Involvement with other
people. F.C.A. meets one evening during
the week and once a week during lunch.
They joined with l.ettermen's Club to
plan the First graders Christmas party
and spread more cheer by caroling at
Grinde Manor. Square Dances can be a
kick and the F.C.A. proved It last year.
F.C.A. llkes to stay involved and plans on
helping again with school clean up and
also making another trip to Grinde Manor
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QL to RJ Kneeling: Rlcky Sandoval, Matt Swaney, Celesta Chenoweth, Carolyn Cook, Shelly O'Neilg Seated: Donna Franco, Jamie
Helton, Stephanie Watkins, Jerry Hunt, Tim Cockroft, Dawn Reed, April Griffin, Derrek Guster, Jimmie Helton, Standing: Sponsor
Evan Dalrymple, Angle Pritchett, Steven Hassman, Scott Mills, Rodger Smith, Delmlra Cunningham, Alicia Stewart, Robert Smith,
Ron Erickson, Jackie Steczo, Holly Hultman, Bruce Wlllert, Ruth Mclrvin, Mary Thorne, Sponsor Jane Schleffelin, Rhoda Long, Inge
van Os, Mark Cloer, Richard Bowen, Mark Horne, Shannon O'Neil, Loretta Manzanares.
Top to Bottom QL to RJ: Matt Evans, Mark Horne, Ruth Melr-
vln, Ron Erickson, Linda Musgrave, Jerry Hunt, Bruce Willert,
April Griffin, Peggy Dean, Brandle Chenoweth, Stephanie
Watkins, Kent Junglen, Toni Jones, Rhoda Long, Shannon
0'Nell, Wanda Turner, Kelli 0'Nell, Whitney Smoote', Jim
Welte, Valerie Aragon, Dawn Reed, Jane Schiefflen.
Lettermen Set Example
The Lettermen's Club is made up of students
who've lettered in sports, band, cheerleading an-
dl or Forensics. The clubs main goals are to set
better examples for students, promote and set
high standards for athletics and to encourage
sportsmanship throughout school activities.
The Lettermen's Club sponsors an annual
Christmas party for the first graders at Lorraine
and Mesa Elementary Schools. The club is also
responsible for all the boys and girls Parents
Night throughout the school year.
QI. to RJ: Wanda Turner President
Shannon O'Neil Secretary.
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This year the Honor Society
has gone far to help others. Two
food drives were held at Thanks-
giving and Christmas and a tutor-
ing system was started. Other ac-
tivities National Honor Society
sponsored included Superstars,
two informal inltiations of new
members and one formal initi-
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Top row IL to RJ: Matt Hanson, Derek Guster, Robert Smith, Tim Cockcroft, Jenny
Ward, Scott Mills, Roger Smith, Second Row: Betty Orton fSponsorJ, Aimee Mazcko,
Jackie Steczo, Matt Evans, Erin Brown, Kelli O'Nell, Melanie Crisp, Langston Webb,
Shannon O'Nell, Becky Poole fsponsorj, Third row: April King, Ruth Mclrvin, April
Griffin, Brandle Chenoweth, Rhoda Long, Val Aragon, Jamie Helton, Fourth Row:
Wendy Barone, Wanda Turner, Carolyn Cook, Kathy Richards, Stephanie Watkins
Top row QLto RJ: Matt Evans, Rick Viramontes, Jared ,TI -
Knight, OJ Ylm, Stephamle Watkins, Jullo Glgllo, Inga W f 1.01,
Van Os, Roy Hughes isponsorlg Second row: Val Ara- 1 p i- 2
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International Relations Club
Promotes World Interest
The purpose of International Relations Club QIRCJ is
to promote an understanding of international rela-
tions and cultures. IRC participates in February and
April in Model United Nations activities in Northern
and Southern Colorado Universities.
Vice-President Jared Knight and Secretary
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Kim Norris and Rodney Boles prepare before a meet. fLtoRD: Kim Norris, Langston
Webb, Jerry Hunt, David Helm fsponsorj, John McKonald, Kathy Richards, Val Aragon,
Richard Bowen, Rodney Boles.
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Team captain, Jerry Hunt
Forensics is a unique cross be-
tween a sport and a club. Often
referred to as the "talk jocks"
these members compete in the
various fields of speech, drama
and debate. This year, the Foren-
sics team attended five meets
and competed against ten to sev-
enty other schools. Through
these competitions, the mem-
bers have chance to receive a let-
ter as well as improve their pub-
lic speaking abilities.
Top to botom KL to RJ: Scott Orcutt, Rlchard Martin, Chip McKeon, Fred Skinner,
Eric Calhoun, Steve Newton, Doug Elliott, Tim Allen, Whitney Smoote, Roger
Smith, Greg Watkins, Tessa Roberts, Susan Clark, Chris Smith, Lisa Brown, Kim
Norris, Jill Hammerbeck, Kervln Stewart, Holly Hultman, Byron King, Matt
Swaney, Elizabeth McKeon, Delores Haines, Kim Desimone, Dawn Reed, Kiki-
Sutton, Jamie Helton, Sherrl Givens, Stephanie Mosher, Lahoma Winters, Rich-
ard Bowen, Jlmmle Helton, Mlke Shlngleton, Cynthia Willey, Brian Geist, Jane
Band: A Musical
The FFCHS Symphonic Band is a
performing musical experience which
aquaints students with marching band
literature in the Fall and Symphonic
Band music in the Winter and Spring.
The Marching Band ln 1983 particl-
pated in the Fountain Fall Festival,
The Air Force Academy Band Day, and
The Parade to Rockies. The Symphon-
lc Band also forms pep band for bas-
ketball games, as well as performing
Symphonic Band music in a Winter and
Fred Schwartz directs towards excel-
The FFCHS Jazz Band is a perform-
ing organization which exposes musl-
clans to various styles of Jazz and Jazz
Rock music. Performances this year
included a Winter Concert at FFCHS,
participation ln the Manitou Jazz Fes-
tival, The Central Plalne Jazz Festival,
The Pikes Peak Jazz Festival as well
as concerts for Fountain Jr. High and
Fort Carson Jr. High School in the
Front to Back QL to RJ: Steve Newton, Jill Ham-
merbeck, Doug Elliott, Richard Martin, Kim De-
slmone, Sponsor, Fred Schwartz, Brian Glest,
Tim Allen, Jlmmle Helton, Mike Shlngleton, Eric
Calhoun, Greg Watkins, Scott Orcutt, Jared
Knight, Whitney Smoote, Denes Szabo. Kim
Desimone and Doug Elliott play their Jazz and
FHA Moves Toward Horizons
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QL to Rl: Bonnie Rainwater Parllmentarlan, Melinda Hefty President,
Linda Martlnez Alternate Officer, Tammy Fisher Secretary, Colleen
McCarthy Historian, lBendlngj: Patty Miller Vlce President.
Front to Back QL to RJ: Mellnda Hefty, Sponsor, Glenda Daniels, Mary Thorne, Patty Miller, Angie Tyler, Cynthia Harrison, Bonnie
Rainwater, Noel McLain, Dennis Felganheaur, Joanna Miller, Tammy Fisher, Colleen McCarthy Linda Martinez.
Chorus is a unique opportunity
for students to expand their hori-
zons and it brings joy to perform-
ers and listeners alike.
Chorus generally performs
three concerts a yearg the Winter
Concert before Christmas break,
the All-District Chorus Concert
in the Spring and the Spring Musi-
Chorus harmonizes for an excellent con-
cert. Peggy Alpeter leads the choir
through another song. Top to Bottom QL to
RJ: Jane Bailey, Collette Hadlock, Jared
Knight, Tammy Durante, Stephanie Can-
ter, John Aragon, Jenni Hocanson, Rich-
ard Lyons, Klm Norris, Mary Beth Shaugh-
nessy, Rodney Boles, Rosemary Vigil,
Diane Malurro, Donna Mclean, Trish Roe-
del, A.J. Jones, Sponsor Peggy Alpeter.
f QL to RJ: Mark Dorner, Ronney Cuff, Tlm Daley, Whltney Smoote, Jared Knight, Dennis
Zabo, Rlchard Bowen, Rodney Boles, Deborah Annls lsponsorj, Trish Jones, Gariana
Abeyta, D.D. Hull, Vanessa Bradley, Jerry Hunt, Jane Bailey, Jill Hamerbeck, Kim
DeSlmone, Stephanie Watkins
Who Done It
"The Mousetrap" was the fall production, presented by the drama
department. But without the long hours put in to the production by
the cast and crew alike, the play would not have been quite as
successful as it was. The stage and lighting crew included: D.D. Hull,
Jill Hamerbeck, Rodney Cuff, and Kim Deslmone.
QL to RI: Christopher Wren, portrayed by Greg Watkins Lurks over Stephanie Watkins, as Mrs. Boyle. Technical Director Rodney
Cuff, Director Miss Annls, and Light Designer D.D. Hull enjoy a rehersal. Mr. Paravinclni, otherwise known as Whitney Smooti flurts
with Molly Rolston, Portrayed by Trish Jones, as Giles looks ln jealously.
Thesplans is a drama club which entertains
the student body and community by producing
plays and other theatrical productions. The
Thespians also provide a broad-based educa-
tion in theater to those students involved. Ac-
tivities range from acting and directing to con-
structing sets and running lights.
Some of the activities done by the club
were: attendance of the State Thesplan Con-
vention, production of The Mousetrap as their
fall procutlon, production of The Lottery for
the Pikes Peak League Competition, Hosted
by FFCHS, and the production of the spring
musical, The Wizard of OZ.
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West converses with Christopher Wrem Major Metcaff is played by Richard Bowen. A ' ' l
Mi Circulo Es
To expose students to different
Spanish customs and beliefs is the
true purpose of the Spanish Club.
This years spanish club motto is Mi
Circulo es tu Circulo, which in Eng-
lish means, My Circle is your Circle.
Activities of the Spanish Club
have been a Christmas party,
Christmas carollng, Foreign Lan-
guage Festival, and an International
Foreign Language Dinner, each in
which their spanish skills could be
KL to RJ Cathy Richards, Cyndl Harln, Peggy
Dean, Valerie Aragon, Delmlra Cunningham,
Rozalyn Lyons, Sponsor Getty Nuhn, Brenda
Wheaton, Michelle Popp, Bill McBride
IL to Rl Peggy Dean, Delmira Cunningham,
German Club Makes
The German Club sponsored by, Getty
Nuhn, attended a Foreign Language Fes-
tival in Fort Collins, and a Foreign Lan-
guage Dinner at the Edelweiss.
Activities such as these help the Ger-
man Club, as well as, many other clubs
get better acquainted and to share differ-
ent foreign cultures.
CL to RJ Brenda Wheaton, Cyndi Hardin, Michelle
Popp, Bill McBride, Suzanna Clark, sponsor Getty
Nuhn QL to Rl President Cyndi Hardin, Vice- Presl-
dent Brenda Wheaton, Secretary Michelle Popp
Officers, lL to RJ: President Carolyn Cook, Vice President Va-
larie Aragon and Secretary Brenda Sanchez worked together to
make French Club a success.
Above, QL to Rl: top to bottom: Jackie Steczo, Judith ,
Flynn, Yvette Salas, Valarle Aragon, Patricia Miller, 1
Qsponsorj Sydney Seaman, Carolyn Cook, Bredna Sanchez. N
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The purpose of French Club is to learn more
about the French culture. The club members p
have experienced many different varieties of
At the beginning of the year, they attended
a Foreign Lanugage Festival at Fort Collins.
Members of French Club from all different lev-
els competed and dld very well.
Just before Christmas Vacation, the French
Club ate lunch with the German and Spanish
Clubs. There were many varieties of dishes
from all three cultures. After lunch all three
clubs went Christmas carollng to all the
classes in Fountain-Ft. Carson High School.
Above: R.J. Steer displays just a few of
the many drawings.
The purpose of the Art Club
is to encourage and promote
the importance and value of
art in the school and communi-
ary as well as a career and lei-
This years Art Club painted
a world map on the wall ln the
Tibrary, sponsored an art show,
apd painted a wall mural at
borraine Elementary for the
music department. The Art
Club also sponsored a speaker
from the Colorado Institute of
Officers, CL to RJ: President Dede Hull and Vice President Kiki Sutton
brought their talents together to help make Art Club a success.
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Above, KL to RJ: Fred Skinner, Dede Hull, Kiki Sutton, Colette Beck, Tony Jaramillo,
lsponsorl John Kallsh.
Officers, QL to RJ: Vice President Lanette Love, Secretary
Linda Slkes, Publiclter Richard Hovey and President Angie
Tyler helped make DECA a complete success.
State Finalists QL to RJ: Daniela Wheeler, Angle Tyler, Trellis
Hicks, Tommy Lovern, Ray Everhart, Richard Hovey, Char-
DECA: A Success
This year the Distrlbutive Education Club was
a complete success. Nine people qualified for the
state competition and Fountain Chapter came
home with the Traveling Trophy for the first
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Above, QR to L, top to bottomlz Row 1, Richard Lyons, Jerry Hogan, Ray Everhart, Tony Cuize, Trellis Hicks, Tommy Lovern, Jerry
Council, Sam Jennings. Row 2, Tina Ake, Pat Hearn isponsorj, Angie Tyler, Karen Vasquez, Ronette Dunlap, April King, Charlene
Sergent, Linda Slkes, Richard Hovey. Row 3, Daniela Wheeler, Noel McClain, Vincent Aragon, Tony Kozak, Michelle Popp, Denise
Crosley, Lanette Love.
Above, QL to R, top to bottomj: Chrls Smith, Darwin Thomas, Diana Federlck Isponsorl, Mlke Brown, Byron King, Todd Turner, Ken
Coleman, Marvin Jordan, Scott Coleman, Donna McLean, Shawn Gelsey, Jerry Hogan, Arneris Morales, Tonya Swai, Ricky Cooper,
Tonl Jones, Jessie Crutcher, Tia Panky, Cookie Jones, Essie Crutcher, Kim Norris, Arlene Lettsome, Nyra Howard, Rodney Boles,
The purpose of BSU
is to bring unity to the
black minority, to
study black history,
culture and problems
and to encourage
blacks to participate in
more school functions.
BSU helped to spon-
sor the Fall Fashion
Show. Many members
helped to set up and
run the show. Others
selected the models.
BSU's motto is "To
believe is to be
strong." The emblem
is a black fist and the
cqlofg are red, black Officers, QL to Rl: Vice President Jerry Hogan, President Darwin Thomas, and
Secretary Cookie Jones used their sparkling personalities to help unite many stu-
dents this year.
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QL to RJ Matt Evans, Derek Guster, Jim-
mle Helton, Becky Poole, Phillip McKeon,
Richard Bowen, Larry Bassll, Tracy
Rhodes, Mark Dorner
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Pikes Peak Community College
QL to RJ Bryce Meyers, Bennette West, Tim Dailey, Bynda Martinez, Sonya Wilcox, Darwin Troudt, Andy Brooks, Paul Corbaly, Louis
Morales, Suzie lrwln, Beth Aagor, Ron Gast, Mark Fussner, Nora Miller, Colleen McCarthy, Cheryl Johnson, Gariana Abayta
Law Club Gains
This years Law Club has effectively seen to
service everyone. Duties of the Law Club, such
as, painting cross walks for the elementary,
service great purposes to help provent accl-
dents. A newspaper drive for Crime Proven-
tion was established as a community project
by the Law Club members to help raise money
and to protect their neighborhoods.
IL to RJ Secretary Jackie Steczo, Vice-President Bruce
Wlllert, President Shannon O'NelI QL to RJ Larry Brassll,
Tony Jaramlllo, Bruce Wlllert, Shannon O'Nell, Jackie
Steczo, David Reefel, Erin Brown, Cyndi Hardin, Kelli
O'Nell, Inge Van Os, Officer David Aga, Blll McBride, Ja-
mie Helton, Carolyn Cook, Dawn Reed, April Griffin, Lin-
Senior Linda Musgrave pitches ln to beau-
tify the school on school appreciation day.
One of Student Councll's major goals ls
student Involvement. Through many pro-
jects, such as the Family Feud this ls
achieved. Here, many students are enjoying
the Sophomore-Junior fued.
Class Officers QL to RJ: Top Row: April
Griffin, Clayborn Haynle, Jerry Hogan,
Second Rowg Klkl Sutton, Whitney
Smoote, Val Aragon, Third Row: Shel-
ly O'NelI, Holly Hultman
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Top row QL to Rl: John Bralnard fsponsorj, Mario Simon, Val Aragon, Loretta
Manzanares, Alicia Stewart, Clayborn Haynle, Matt Evans, April Griffin, Kelli
O'Neil, Linda Musgrave, Whitney Smoote, Rhoda Long, Trish Jones, Second row:
Roy Hughes Csponsorl, Kiki Sutton, Peggy Dean, Shannon O'Neil, Jamie Helton,
Stevens Hassman, Derek Guster, Jerry Hogan: Third row: Donna Franco, Wendy
Barone, Holly Hultman, Dawn Reed, Shelly O'Neil
Puts It All
lt's not puzzling to know that in
order to have a successful year,
everyone should be happy. That
is why there is Student Council.
Student Council works through
the staff and students to promote
an educational system that best
meets the academic and social
needs of the students.
These members do various pro-
jects to promote spirit. Many of
the activities this year included:
Homecoming week, Trojan of the
Month, and school appreciation
The Student Council is stu-
dents helplng students to make
our school the best it can be' Student Body Officers IL to RQ: Secretary: Wendy Barone, President, Matt Evans
Vice-President, Kelli O'Nell
CONGR TUL TIONS
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clinic This clinic was spon
sored by the International
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Champions, Holding true to
that great Trojan tradition of
being number one
L to R Varsity Carolyn Cook, Doreen Martinez, Peggy Dean Michelle Chapman,
Cheryl Johnson, Toni Jones, and Vicki King JV Lee Swain Lisa Brown, Lenore
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QL to RJ Kelll O'Neil: Rhonda Morelandg Coach Anita Rentlsg Allcla Stewart: Laura Senkog Ruth Mclrvlng Aimee Mackog Diane Senko:
Brandle Chenowethg Denise Crossleyg Shannon O'Nellg Wanda Turner: Mgr, D.D. Hull: Diane Engman: Nancy Fellhauer
1983 Girl's Volleyball exceeded the excel-
lence mark with a 12-7 record overall and with
a 7-5 record in the Pikes Peak League.
At the La Junta Tournament the volleyball
team was defeated by La Junta but wiped-out
both Swink and Trinidad, with Swink having 8-
6 and Fountain having 15-15. Against Trinidad
Fountain had a perfect 15-15 and Trinidad a
score of 0-4.
At sub-districts Lewis Palmer put up a
heoric fight but couldn't manage to conquer
FFCHS, Fountain coming out on top with 15-15
and Lewis Palmer with 11-10.
At semi-finals Fountain couldn't seem to
find the pieces to defeat St. Mary's. With a
score of 7-1, Fountain came home placing
third in the league.
Canon City 10-15-7
Woodland Park 12-8
Manitou Springs 15-15
Pueblo County 15-7-5
St. Mary's 15-7-15
Woodland Park 1-7
Manitou Springs 10-15-15
St. Mary's 15-15
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Mackog Alicia Stewartg Suzanne Clark: Melanie Crispg Tiah
Pankeyg Diana Senkog Twyla Crossley: Yolanda Jodang
Donna Francog Celesta Chenowethg Shelly O'Neil. Alicia
Stewart makes another powerful serve.
Defensive Hits Hard
Senior Eugene Pacheco lead this years hard hitting
defense with 112 tackles gaining him 148 points total.
Crain Barela had the high of five interceptions and
Bruce Wlllert with four pass deflections and junior
Scott Baker with 3. Recovering three fumbles each for
the Trojans defense was Jerry Hogan and Rick Mar-
Without such as aggressive defense the Fountain-
Fort Carson football team would have never placed
second ln the Pikes Peak League with a 5-1 record, or
the State Class AA parllamentaries against Valley.
The Trojans defensively played an outstanding game
but, couldn't seem to hold Valley's offense from
reaching the goal line. Valley came out on top with a
12-6 score at the end of the game, taking the Trojans
out of the playoffs.
Selected for the All Conference team this year were
Clayborn Haynie, A.J. Jones, Rick Marshall, Eugene
Pacheco, Craig Barela, Scott Baker, and Don Manley.
Honorable mention went to Bruce Willert.
IL to Rl: Coach Richen Smith expresses his true feelings after a
Trojan Victory!! 78, Robert Fowler, plays his part on the Trojan
defense as he gets ready to deflect a pass. A heavy defensive line
gives the ball carrier a no galn situation.
QL to RJ Coach Rlchens Smith, James Durante, Byron Klng, Mike Brown, Jim Manley, Fred Machin, Sean Gelsey, Todd Turner, Galen
Brown, Tony Boles, Coach Art Hassler, Coach Mike Rossi, Coach Jim Welte, Rich Marshall, Robert Rocha, Richard Martin, Eric
Soltwedel, Don Kane, Greg Watkins, Marlo Simon, Scott Baker, Coach Mitch Johnson, Renee Fernandez, Dawn Surface, Louis
Morales, Mike Shingleton, Andy Brooks, David Harrison, Kent Junglen, Robert Fowler, Derek Armstrong, Tim Klelman, Ron
Goeman, Don Manley, A. J. Jones, Derek Guster, Mark Horne, Bruce Willert, Ron Erickson, Clayborn Haynie, Eugene Pacheco, Jerry
QL to RD Rhoda Long After making a
tirelng finish, is closely followed by
teammate Angie Pritchett. Kevin
Wheeler makes it look easy, as he
has no problem staying ahead of
the pack. Jenni Ward receives her
placing number after a grueling
cross country meet.
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Helm, Holly Hultman, Angle Pritchett Stephanie Watkins Jenni
Ward, Rohda Long, Michele Popp
QL to RJ Ron Gast, Kevin Wheeler, Coach Helm
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Cross Country team sported their nickname
"Trojan Galaxy" proudly this year, as both teams
were filled with stars.
Although the men's team was too small to
score in many of the meets, it didn't prohibit
them from doing their absolute best, as proven
by sophomore Kevin Wheeler, who set a new
school record three times for the 5 Kilometer
Race this year. The record now stands at 16 min-
utes 2 seconds. Kevin also placed first at the
Pikes Peak League Meet.
The women's season was a winning one, with
Jenni Ward, Stephanie Watkins, and Rhoda Long
three of the team's leading runners. And sopho-
more Angie Pritchett, who set a new school re-
cord for the 5 Kilometer Race with the time of 19
minutes 39 seconds.
After getting over minor injuries at the begin-
ning of the season, the team started to strut their
stuff, by taking second at Flor-
ence and third at a home meet.
so well, was the ability to run
as a team and finish close to-
gether. The team displayed
this ability at Districts, where
they tied with Florence for
sixth place. This was the last
seating, for State.
,MEET WOMEN MEN
Harrison . NS NS
Cheyenne Mtn. 5-10 NS
Florence 2-7 5-7
Fountain 3-7 NS
Rampart 8-12 NS
Lewis-Palmer 7-10 NS
Pikes Peak Inv. NS NS
Pikes Peak League 3-7 NS
Districts Tie for 6th NS
NS: no score
Through dedication and hard concen-
tration the Trojan tennis team played
close matches. Many team members
practiced on off season to improve their
skills. Because of their effort put worth
the team achieved three set matches and
two tie breakers.
Due to the relinlng of the league the
Trojans had to play more AAA and AAAA
schools. This meant that the schools
were larger and the teams where much
more tougher then the 1983 Boy's tennis
team could handle. Fountain Ft-Carson
only being a AA school gave a valiant
effort to defeat every school they com-
QL to RD Coach Dick Pound, Tim Cock-
roftp Jared Knight, Langston Webbg
Matt Evans: David Wattsg Mgr, Valarle
Aragon: Tim Alleng Chris Smithg Mark
Marsh: Steve Antillg Richard Hovyg
Steve Hassmang Darren Soleau: Eddie
Smith: R.J. Steer
Langston Webb and Jared Knight ob'
serve a match.
Matt Evans, one of the leading singles, waits patiently for the
Mark Marsh and Steve Antill show real Trojans sportsman-
School Fountain Opponent
Harrison 1 6
Pueblo Invitational .
Tournament 8th out of 8
Widefield 1 6
Christian 6 1
Abbey 1 6
Coronado 1 6
Fountain Valley 0 7
Salida 6 1
Rampart 0 7
Abbey 2 5
Fountain Valley 0 7
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QL to RQ Varsity Toni Jones, Doreen Martinez, KIKI Sutton,
Essle Crutcher, Diane Machin, Byron King, John McDonald,
Chris Smith, Mark Gonzales, Vicki King, Cheryl Johnson,
Carolyn Cook. QL to RJ. J. Varsity Curtistine Watkins, Lisa
Brown, Michele Paraday, Lenore Mayfield, Dawn Reed, Dawn
Surfface, Delores Haynes, Yolanda Jordan, Lee Swain. Essie
Crutcher lookin' good with yell masters Chris Smith and
QL to Rl Varsity squad tops it off with senior Essie Crutcher.
Junior Varsity squad at their best.
Compete In State
1983-84 Varsity and Junior Varsity
competed in state this year with a little
different twist in their cheers and rou-
tines. One major difference about the
varsity's cheer was they were the only
squad with yellmasters. With more force-
ful voices the words became more clear
and more stronger. The cheer also con-
tained 30 seconds of music to add move-
ment and put more excitement into the
middle of the cheer. The pom routine,
done to the instrumental music of "Your
Arms are too Short to Box with God",
taken from a musical performed on
Broadway. The routine had many differ-
ent moves and a lot of shoulder move-
ment in it. Overall Trojan Varsity squad
placed fifth in state.
Junior Varsity squad received "Superi-
or" in cheer placing them above all other
J.V. squads. This was J.V.'s first year ev-
ery competing in state.
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QL to RJ: Asst. Coach Mike Rossi, Kent Junglen, Eugene Pacheco, Don Manley, Tony Boles, Tim Kielman, Coach Jim Welte, Craig
Barela, Manager Nora Miller, Sean Gelsey, John Aragon, Scott Mills, Jim Manley, Ron Erickson, Manager Colleen McCarthy
School Fountain Opponent
D 81 B 48 17
Swink 33 24
Custer County 24 42
Fowler 6 62
Burlington 42 24
Buena Vista 23 35
Rye 41 22
St. Mary's 48 24
Woodland Park 48 27
Florence 20 42
Limon 25 36
Manitou 18 54
Falcon 48 18
Lewis-Palmer 18 43
Wrestling is a very competitive sport, it
not only needs muscle but, consists of a lot
of inside experience and skill. The Foun-
tain-Fort Carson wrestling team has got
many hard working and determined wres-
tlers that put in hours of sweat and pain to
achieve their goals.
The first year as head coach can be a very
trying year for both the team and for Jim
Welte. Head Coach Jim Welte and Assis-
tant Coach Mike Rossi have done a superb
job putting changes into the wrestling pro-
gram and benefitting the team. Much of the
real support and leadership came from
within the team. The seniors, Craig Barela,
Don Manley, Eugene Pacheo, John Aragon
and Ron Erickson each gave their individual
leadership to the underclassmen on the
Only one member of the wrestling team
participated in State this year. Senior Don
Manley qualified at the Woodland Park
Tournament but, lost his first match to Tim
Vandenend from Denver Christian. Without
qualifying for State, Eugene Pacheco had a
individual record of 17 wins and 6 losses,
Ron Erickson with 13 wins and 6 losses.
State qualifier Don Manley had an individ-
ual record of 20 wins add 4 losses.
QL to RJ Head Coach Jim Welte looks on. Junior, Kent Junglen goes for the
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QL to RD: Asst. Coach Mike Rossi, Mike Brown, Matt Medina, Richard Martin, Andy Brooks, Juan Vialpando,
Coach Jim Welte, Manager Nora Miller, Fermin Vialpando, Darrin Soleau, Mark Aragon, Bobby Duran,
Manager Colleen McCarthy
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IL to RJ Rhoda Long does her part as a defensive player. Rhonda
Moreland, no. 42, reaches out for a hand on the ball. 14, Sa-
mantha Jones makes the job easier than it is.
Well Balanced Team
Girls 1983-84 Basketball team had a very well
balanced team with 6'1" junior Rhonda Moreland
and 5'll" senior Laura Senko. Head Coach Craig
Kimball and assistant Coach Janie Schieffelin
realized the qualities these young girls pos-
sessed and used them to their advantage. This 11
girl team had a variety of seniors and juniors and
possessing only one sophomore. Sophomore Ali-
cia Stewart held a position on both the varsity
and junior varsity team along with junior Melanie
Being able to shoot outside and inside the key
was a big part of the teams success. With team
support and cooperation keep the Trojans on
top. All the girls on the team were possessed
with the fine qualities of coordination.
QL to RJ Coach Craig Kimball tells us exactly whose number one!
Wanda Turner, No. 10, passes the basketball to the inside of the
QL to RJ: Kelli O'Neil, Rhonda Moreland Coach Craig Kimball Coach Janie Schreffelm Laura Senko
Alicia Stewart, Samatha Jones, Shannon O Neil Stephanie Watkins Ruth Mclrvm Melanie Cnsp
Jenni Ward, Manager Shelly O'Neil Wanda Turner Manager Aimee Maczko
Victories Lead To State
After many weeks of exhausting practices and
skill training, state came easy for the Girls' 1983-84
Finishing off the league's season with a 10-1 re-
cord Trojans placed first for the league and first in
sub-districts. To help boost their ego the Fountain-
Fort Carson girls' team learned that they were the
only team in school's history to take League Cham-
pions in a regular-season. They, also now, hold the
school's record for longest winning streak.
Pulling out three straight victories in sub-dis-
tricts against St. Mary's Q46-391, Woodland Park
Q45-271 and leagues second best, Manitou Springs
133-281. Each game was played with great skill and
cooperation which, could lead them no-where but
to the top.
At the beginning of the season Trojans were up-
setted by Florence with a 43-53 score. That one loss
kept them from having a perfect record of wins for
Pueblo Centennial 31 43
Elizabeth 48 37
Rocky Ford 34 38
Valley 14 36
Florence 43 53
Woodland Park 31 23
Manitou Springs 30 17
Walsenburg 46 30
Falcon 49 40
Lewis-Palmer 44 25
St. Mary's 46 35
Florence 55 54
Woodland Park 52 35
Manitou Springs 46 41
Falcon 44 43
St. Mary's 51 39
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to RJ Rhoda Long, Alicia Stewart, Diane Senko, Coach Janie Schieffelin, Loretta Manzanares,
Donna Franco, Virginia Johnson
QL to RJ 45, Jay Baker goes to put another one through the hoop. 43,
Scott Baker, with back up brother Jay Baker, go for the rebound.
Clayborn Haynie, no. 25, lays one up for the Trojan team. Langsten
Webb, no 11, holds an ah' pose for the camera. Scott Baker, no. 23,
gives us a determined expression as he goes for two.
Pride Holds Team
Trojans sharpshooters consisted of eight
seniors, three juniors and one sophomore.
Sophomore, Todd Turner played for Junior
Varsity and Varsity basketball teams prov-
ing his outstanding abilities as a basketball
player. The juniors on the team held the
team with support for their many victories
throughout the season. Leadership came
from the seniors. All seniors supported the
team with spirit when games were close
and handed out experience to the under-
classmen on the team. They also proved a
fine example to the future Trojan basket-
ball players and left them very big foot
prints to follow in.
Coach Pat Kane and assistant Evan Dal-
rymple boosted the team with spirit and
gave the guidance they needed to become a
The team support not only came from the
Coaches of the team itself but from Trojan
fans, faculty and parents. Every home game
had a full crowd with roars, and excitement
coming from every corner of the gym.
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The second time in school history one hun-
dred points were scored against another team
was achieved by the Fountain-Fort Carson
Boys 1983-84 Basketball Team. With a highly
confident attitude the Trojans received a first
place trophey in Sub-Districts and ended the
leagues season with a record of 9-2.
A lose at the middle of the season to Flor-
ence put the Trojans at an upset. The last
game of the season was also an upset for the
team, a last second short by St. Mary's left the
score at 44 for the Trojans and 45 for the
Pirates. lt didn't take much for the Trojans to
ride high again. The first Sub-District game
came easy for the team with a victory against
Fountain Valley 175-522. The last two victories
came glorious to FFCHS against St. Mary's
154-521 and Florence Q43-411. With three
straight wins the basketball team received the
first place trophey in the Sub-District games
taking them to Weld Central.
The Weld Central District game didn't come
easy. The first half was close with the Weld
Central Rebels matching everyone of our bas-
kets. With a fierce second half, the Trojans
kept a safe lead to record another victory. By
bringing home the first place trophy, the Tro-
jans made their way to State.
QL to RJ Coach Evan Dalrymple, Manager Bill McBride, Mike Shingleton, Pat Romero.
Doug Elliott R J Steer Todd Turner, Cedric Smith, Greg Watkins, Manager Charlie
Downs Ermand Ruybal Tracy Worrell.
QL to RJ Coach Evan Dalrymple, Manager Mario Simon, Jay Baker, Darrek Guster, Jerry Council, Don
Kane, Scott Baker, Manager Trellis Hicks, Manager Bill McBride, Coach Pat Kane, Clayborn Haynie,
Mark Horne, Bruce Willert, Todd Turner, Jerry Hogan, Langston Webb.
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Pueblo Centennial 2 5
Rye 6 1
Fountain Valley 5 2
Buena Vista 6 1
Harrison 7 0
Fountain Valley 1 6
Rye 5 2
Salida 1 0
Christian 7 0
Colorado Academy 4 3
Wldefleld 5 2
IL to RJ Leona Hiles, Margret Edgar, Dawn Reed, Jan Miles, Jenni Ward, Linda Musgrave, Suzanne Clark, Peggy Dean, D.D. Hull, Carolyn
Lovern, Nan Howard, Sherley Rudmich, Ruth Mclrvln, Susie Irwin: Mgr, Dick Pound: Coach, Penny Brooks, Valerie Aragon
Together For Girls
Varsity had their best year!
ever ln girls tennis. Their season
record was 9-2, one loss to a AAA
school and two wins against AAA
Special awards were given out
of Most Inspirational which was
given to Valerie Aragon, Out-
standing Single was given to Leo-
na l-liles and Outstanding Dou-
bles to Jan Miles and Nan How-
ard. Nan Howard was given Miss
Tennis 1983 for her Outstanding
attitude, cooperation and sports-
The girls all demonstrated
their talent and skill out on the
court and all hope that next
year's turn out will be inspired by
IL to RD Jan Miles and Nan Howard Dem-
onstrate team work and skill.
Margaret Edgar gives lt her best.
Linda Musgrave and Peggy Dean show
their great doubles work.
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work wlns big.
Scott Baker's form is essential to shot put.
Daren Warren's concentration is clearly shown.
The 1983 State Trophies were displayed.
Clayborn Haynle "takes off" into action.
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Trojans Do It Again
For the second year In a row, the Fountain Tro-
jans emerged victorious at the AA State Track
Meet. The Trojans placed in a total of eight events.
Lance Mangham claimed state titles in the 200
meter dash, 400 meter dash finished fourth In the
100 meter dash, and was a member of the 800
meter relay team. H
James Hester placed second In the 100 meter
dash, sixth ln the 200 meter dash, and was a mem-
ber of the 800 meter relay team.
Darrek Guster placed third in the 800 meter run
and was a member of the 1600 meter relay team.
His performance, combined with the others who
made it to state contributed greatly to the success
of the team.
Rain Nor Snow
The 1983 Spring Track season shot
out of the blocks at what seemed to
be a slow start, but as the season
progressed, the Trojans began to
pick up momentum.
The evil spirit of the season was
the lingering of the Colorado winter.
Snow and wind blocked out the sea-
son's first meet at Canon City, as
well as the Denver Sheridan and
The Trojans made good use of the
rest, coming back to take lst out of
17 at Florence and lst out of 14 at
Fort Lupton. This started the Tro-
jans' march, in earnest, toward the
Out of the season's ll meets, the
Trojans picked up 5 firsts, including
the Sante Fe Districts. All of this led
to the Trojans being the top AA Boys
Track Team, taking the 1983 State
lBelowj Darrek Custer kicks in another first, with Tim Daley close behind
Qllightj Lance Mangham waits for the final command
QL to RJ: Coach David Helm, Andy Brooks, Whitney Smoote, Kenney Chapin, Paul Corbaley, Donald Kane Coach Craig Kimball
Middle Row: Mgr. Cheryl Hall, Darrek Guster, Clayborn Haynle, Darwin Thomas, Langston Webb, Tim Daley Mark Horne Coach Art
Hasslerg Bottom Row: Mgr. Jane Bailey, Rick White, Louis Brown, Darren Warren, Carlos Castillo, Kevin Schramek James Hester
Lance Mangman, Robert Swift, Gary Engman, Eugne Rammlng, Dale Richards.
Tim Daley builds confidence before the race.
1BottomJ Daren Warren soars for the distance.
BOY'S TRACK 1983 STATS
Santa Fe Districts
2nd out of 3
2nd out of 14
lst out of 17
lst out of 14
3rd out of 3
lst out of 12
lst out of 6
6th out of 18
2nd out of 9
3rd out of 12
lst out of 7
Air Academy Cancelled
Fountain 2nd gut of 3 v
Fountain Relays 5th out of 15
Florence 3rd out of 14 ...M
Fort Lupton 7th out of 12
Fountain 3rd out of 3
Windsor 10th out of 24 2 ?'1 y
Buena Vista 8th out of 9
Rampart 5th out of 12
Santa Fe Districts lst out of 5 fc V
QL to Rl: Coach Diana Frederic, Karen Morales, Melanie Crisp, Gina Cole, Nora Miller, Pat Henderson, Sam Jones, Terri Smith
Carrie Steer, Laura Senko, Jackie Steczo, Coach Anita Rentasg Middle Row: Brenda Truscott, Diane Engman, Tammy Jones
Brandie Chenoweth, Kim Norris, Rhoda Long, Bottom Row: Mgr. Tina Martin, Wanda Turner, Carolyn Cook, Stephanie Watkins
Mgr. Melissa Maczko.
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The 1983 Track Season saw
the Fountain Trojan's girls put
forth a valiant effort. With the
cancellation of three meets for
the season, the girls lost a lot
of valuable competition time.
Fountain girls put in a re-
spectable showing at Florence,
capturing 3rd place out of 14
teams. They rounded out the
1983 season by coming home
with the lst place trophy for
the Santa Fe League from the
District Meet in Pueblo. This
reserved a berth for the team
at the State Meet, again in
QL to RD Laura Senko is up and over.
Wanda Turner moves toward victory.
Carolyn Cook pushes it to the end.
Coach Rentis shows her eagerness.
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A Vital Piece
The administrative staff is like the
behind the scenes group that is re-
sponsible for making FFCHS as well as
all the other schools in district 8 run
Superintendent Dean Flelshchauea-
and Assistant Orv Jordal deal with
teachers as well as the concerned par-
ents and students. The business manager, Guy
Barickman, is in charge of the drivers, cooks
and custodians as well as balancing the bud-
get. Calllng ln substitute teachers, endless pa-
perwork and answering the phone are all a
part of the secretaries' duties.
Last but not least are the computer clerks
who keep the main district computers run-
Receptionlst!Clerk - Peggy Maczko.
Administrative Secretary - Lols Wise.
Standing QL to RJ: Assistant Book-
keeper '- Lolse Simpson: Computer
Clerk - Jackie Leach - Computer Clerk
and Administrative Secretary - Brenda
Runkleg Assistant Bookkeeper - Jane
Clutter, Head Bookkeeper - Treva Pol-
ley Leading District 8 on ls Superin-
tendent Dean Flelschauer and Assis-
tant Superlntendent Orv Jordal
Business Manager Guy Barlckman glances at the camera.
Science Instructor Jane Schleffllen helps Tlm Cockcroft with a problem
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Form A Team
One of the main reasons for
FFCHS's uniqueness and success
is its ,closeness and teamwork. It
ls unlike any other school.
This closeness is started from
the first day of school. lt can only
be achieved by the teamwork of
the faculty. Led by Principal John Shultz,
the teachers, counselors, and secretaries
are all pieced together to form an insepa-
Together, with an excellent staff of
teachers, learning at FFCHS is made ea-
Vice-Principal Roger Johnston and Principal John Shultz. Assistant
Actlvltles Director, Kent Asbury. FFCHS's new Activities Director Pat
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Jody Powell and Pam Campbell, FFCHS's selmlarlesgre hard tatmrk gtrwme
computer. The secretaries' dutles entail everything from making schedules andn
keeping track of records to making changes and keeping track of lost Items.
Dlstrlct 8 School Board members QL to Rl: Andrew Brooks, Lawrence
erty, Lawrence DeGroot, Warren Falls, and Gerl Howells. The school
makes sure the school's pollcles are up to the State's, as well as checking
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Dick Pound shows the serious side to coun-
seling while Dlana Frederick shows the light-
Custodian, Denny Robertson, Stella Valdez,
Daisy Peyton, and June Reffel prepare the
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certain things are often taken for
granted and many people are
overlooked. Such ls the case for
the librarians, cooks, custodians
and busdrivers. All of these peo-
ple together make life at FFCHS
a little more enjoyable.
These often forgotten people
help to keep FFCHS in one piece.
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The Class Of '86
Coming from rival schools, it's hard to believe how
well the former students from Fountain and Ft. Car-
son's Junior Highs fit together to become a plece ol
the Trojan's inseparable teamg a team whose mem-
bers contribute to the school's uniqueness and unity.
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The sophomores from Fountain and Ft. Carson will
agree that their first weeks together were difficult.
However, they have pulled themselves together to be
"The Class of '86."
Sophomores Deena Dunlap, Josette Flores, and
Paula Garcia learn that studying really pays off in
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form of life in Biology. Swaney
Delores Haines proves that
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and Scott Harvlston, discuss
their plans after a pep assem
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cheers on her team at a pep as
sembly. Another sophomore
Sheila Raposa helps Delores
Haines keep a secret, while Steph
anie Moser sneaks a peak at the
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Smoote smiles for the camera.
Vice president Valerie Aragon and
Secretary Kiki Sutton working
Delmlra Cunningham boards the bus, happy that she has
survived another day of her junior year.
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work by playing the video game "Klck".
KL to RQ front: Juniors Lynette West and Doreen Martinez
feel at home with sophomores, Brenda Sanchez, Arlene
Waters, and Jimmie Helton.
Melanie Crisp searches for innerstrength.
J0hl'l Junior, Scott Orcutt, proves that
Th0l1'lpS0ll he's "got the beat" ln band.
Wheaton Aspiring tennis star, Mark Marsh,
lunges for the ball.
Parting ls Such Sweet Sorrow
If IOUICS like
1984 is oz year for
Wild Oak Pnnns
A new Commumty by Smartt Construchon
Congratulations Kids For A
Job Well Done
Gerry And Jan Erickson
Tom And Emmie Evans
Charles And Carelton
Ronald And Barb Musgrave
Michael And Sharon O'Neil
Jerry And Cindy O'Neil
Henny And Gerry Van Os
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"Blithe Spirit" 105 Play: "R.U.R." 10.
N.H.s. 11, mst. 12: F.B.L.A. 12.
P.P.C.C. 12: Wrestling 12.
German Club 10,115 J.A. 115 Softball 10.
F.H.A. 10,115 Fashion show 11,125 Forensics
11,125 Thesplans 11,125 Chorus 10,11,125 Tro-
janeers 10,115 Band 10.11, Drum Major 125
Cross Country 105 Tennis Mgr. 105 Track Mgr.
11,125 Play: "R.U.R." 105 Play: "Grease" 11.
Baseball 125 Basketball 10,11, All Area, Con-
ference, League, State 125 Football All Con-
ference 115 Letterman's Club 12.
Football 10,11,125 Wrestling 10,11,12.
F.H.A. 125 BSU 10,11,12: Chorus 10,11,l25
Thesplans 10,11,125 Play: "Tribute to Broad-
Letterman's Club 10,115 Student Council 105
Pep Club 115 German Club 10,115 Thesplans
125 Basketball 10, MVP 115 Volleyball All
Conference, MVP 10,115 Class Treas. 115
Equistlan Club 105 Law Club 12, Publications
Chorus 125 Latin 10,11.
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F.C.A. 11,12g Letterman's Club 11,12: N.H.S.
11,125 Volleyball 11, Co-Captain 12: Track
F.C.A. 11, Pres. 12: N.H.S. 10,11, V.P. 123
F.C.A. 11,125 French Club 10,117,123 Law Club
11,129 Letterman's Club 10,11,12g N.H.S.
10,11,12g Pep Club 10,113 Student Councll 103
Cheerleading l0,11,12g Track l0,11.
B.S.U. 11,123 F.H.A. 113 Cheerleading 11,12g
Fashion Show 11,123 French Club 113 Pep
Club 11,123 Spanish Club 125 Student Council
11,123 P.P.C.C. 123 Track 10, Mgr. 12: Home-
coming Royalty 12.
Baseball l0,11,12g Deca ll 125 Volleyball
French 125 Thesplan 12, Play: "The Mouse-
trap" 12g P.P.C.C. 12.
Forensics 10,113 l.R.C. l0,11,12g Letterman's
Club 123 Pep Club 11: Publications Staff 11g
Thesplans 10,11,12g Yellmaster 11: P.P.C.C.
11,123 Play: "Dracula" 11, Play: "Bllthe Spir-
it" 109 Cross Country 10,115 Track 10,11,12.
F.C.A. 123 Chorus 10,115 Track 10,113
Letterman's Club 12: Spanish Club Sec. 12,
Student Council 12, Pep Club 115 Cheerlead-
ing l0,l1,12g Prom Royalty 115 Tennis 11,123
Senior Class president Clayborn
l-Iaynie governed Letterman's Club as
Vice-President. In sports Clayborn
made All Conference in football, bas-
ketball and track.
Jerry Hogan, the Senior Class Vice-
President, made himself known by his
involvement ln Letterman's Club and
Vice-President of BSU. Jerry was also
All Conference In basketball and an
active member in football.
Senior Secretary, April Griffin was
an important part In many clubs such
as NHS, FCA, Letterman's Club and
Law Club. When not involved in an ac-
tivity, April was the football statisti-
cian and our editor.
IL to RJ: Senior Class President, Clayborn Haynle. Jerry Hogan shows us his artistic abilities. Clayborn works to keep our school
looking good. Always busy, April Griffin has no time to chat with the photographer. Senior Vice-President, Jerry Hogan. Senior
Class Secretary, April Griffin. The officers take time out to pose for this picture.
Chorus 10,11,12Q Gymnastlcs 10,113 Tennls
102 Track 10,11.
F.C.A. 11,123 Law Club 123 Letterman's Club
11,123 Baseball 123 Football 12Q Wrestling
N.H.S. 11,123 Student Councll 10, V.P. 11,123
Student Body President l2Q Basketball
10,11,123 Tennis 10,11,12.
D.E.C.A. 12: P.P.C.C. 113 Wrestling 10.
F.H.A. 123 Fashion Show 123 Thesplans 11,122
Play: "Dracula" 11.
F.H.A. Sec. 123 German Club 11.
Chorus 10,112 Law Club 123 French Club 12.
F.C.A. 123 P.P.C.C. 121 Cross Country 12.
Welghtllftlng Club 11.
F.C.A. 121 N.H.S. 11,123 Letterman's Club 121
Law Club 11,122 Student Council 10, Sec. 11,
Sec. 122 Football Stat. l0,11,123 Publications
Staff Editor 12.
F.C.A. 11, V.P. 123 Chess Club 10, Sec. 11,122
Spanish Club 10,115 Student Council 123
Football 11,123 Basketball 10,11,123 Track
All League 11,12.
Law Club 123 German Club V.P. 123 Spanish
Club 123 Chorus 113 Tennis 12.
Letterman's Club 10,11,125 Student Council
Pres. 125 Homecoming King 125 Prom Prince
115 Football 10, All Conference 11,125 Bas-
ketball 10, All Conference 11,125 Track All
Conference 10, All Conference, All Area
F.H.A. 11, Pres. 125 Play: "Dracula" Asst. Dir.
115 Cheerleader 11.
D.E.C.A. 125 P.P.C.C. 115 Basketball Mgr.
B.S.U. 11,125 Student Council V.P. 125
D.E.C.A. 125 Letterman's Club 115 Basketball
All Conference 11, 125 Football 11,12.
F.C.A. 11,125 Letterman's Club 11,125
P.P.C.C. 115 Basketball 10,11,125 Football
10,l1,125 Track 10, All Conference 11,125
Homecoming Royalty 12.
P.P.C.C. 115 D.E.C.A. Pub. Dir. 125 Tennis 125
F.C.A. 11,125 French Club 115 Thespians
10,11,125 Pep Club 10,115 Forensics 10,11,
Capt. 125 Student Council 10,115 Letterman's
Club 11,125 Chorus 115 Trojaneers 115 Publi-
cations Staff 125 Play: "Blithe Spirit" 105
Play: "Tribute to Broadway" 11.
F.C.A. 11,125 P.P.C.C. 12: F.B.L.A. 12: N.H.S.
10,l1, Sec. 125 Trojaneers 10.
Letterman's Club 115 P.P.C.C. 125 Cheer-
leader 10,l1, Head 125 Homecoming Atten-
dent 115 Prom Princess 115 Homecoming
Chorus 125 Football 125 Track 125 G T. Athe-
lete of the week 12.
B.S.U. 11,125 P.P.C.C. 125 Chorus 10,115 Let-
terman's Club 125 Cheerleader 11,12.
Pep Club 115 Letterman's Club 125 Student
Council Sec. 10,125 Thesplans 10, Sec. 11,125
Chorus 10,115 Trojaneers 115 Forensics
10,11,125 Play: "R.U.R." 105 Play: "Blithe
Spirit" 105 Play: "Dracula" 115 Play: "Tribute
to Broadway" 115 Play "The Mousetrap" 12.
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F.C.A. 11,125 Model United Nations Club 11,
V.P. 125 Trojaneers 10,115 Chorus 10, 11,125
Stage Band 10,11,125 Symphonic Band Drum
Major 115 Track 10,125 Wrestling 11,125 Thes-
plans 10,11,125 Play: "Tribute to Broadway"
115 Play: "Dracula" 115 Play: "The Mouse-
Chess Club 11,125 J.A. 10,l1,125 Basketball
Pep Club 115 Chorus 105 Basketball 115 Vol-
P.P.C.C. 115 Football 10,115 Wrestling 10,125
Student Council Pres. 105 D.E.C.A. 12.
Chorus 10,11,125 Trojaneers 10,115 Cheer-
Letterman's Club 11,125 Football 11,125
Wrestling 11,125 Track 11,12.
F.C.A. 11,125 F..A. 11,125 P.P.C.C. 125 Spanish
Club 125 Volleyball 11.
Law Club 11,125 Publications Staff 125 French
Club 11,125 Spanish Club 11,125 German Club
11,125 Basketball Mgr. 115 Basketball Stat.
125 Baseball Stat. 125 Honor Gaurd 11,12.
F.:-LA. 125 P.P.C.C. 125 Play: "R.u.R." 10.
Chorus 105 Play: "Carousal"5 D.E.C.A. 12.
Football 10,115 Track 105 P.P.C.C. 125 Play:
"Glass Manageric" 105 School Paper 11.
F.C.A. V.P. 11, V.P. 125 N.H.S. l0,1l, Pres. 125
Letterman's Club 125 French Club 10,115 Li-
brary Club 10,115 Basketball 11, Mgr. 125 Vol-
leyball 10,11,I25 Tennis 10,11,12.
Key Club 115 P.P.C.C. 125 Photography 115
Football 10,115 Baseball 12.
F.C.A. 11,125 J.A. 10,115 Cross Country 125
Track 115 Basketball 10,11.
F.H.A. 10,11,I25 French Club 12.
B.S.U. 125 Student Councll Sec. 10.
Law Club 125 Letterman's Club 10,11,I25 Stu-
dent Councll 10,11,I25 Fashion Show 125 Tro-
jan of the Month 125 Homecoming Royalty
125 Prom Royalty 115 Tennis 10,11,I25 Vol-
F.C.A. 11,125 Law Club 10,11, V.P. 125 Letter-
man's Club 10,11,I25 N.H.S. 10,11,I25 Stu-
dent Councll V.P. 125 Fashion Show 125 Prom
Royalty 125 Volleyball 10, All Conference 11,
Capt. 125 Basketball 10, All Conference
F.C.A. 11,125 Law Club 11, Pres. 125 Student
Councll 10,11,I25 Letterman's Club Sec. 125
Track 10,125 Basketball 10,11,I25 Volleyball
Art Club 10, V.P. 11,125 Chorus 10,115 G.T.
Athelete of the Week 11,125 Football
10,11,I25 Baseball 125 Track 105 Wrestling
10. 2nd Dist., State 11,12.
F.H.A. Parl. 12.
Chess Club 115 Baseball 125 Play: "The Mou-
N.H.S. 11,125 Spanish Club 125 German Club
What appears to be the end . .
may really be a new beginning
Always And Forever
L to R: Kelli O'Neil proves life ls like a vacation at FFCHS.
Peggy Dean and Toni Jones struggle through computer sci-
ence. Langston Webb shows that true Trojan effort. The tal-
ent of Trish Jones and Denes Szabo shows through. Ernest
Taylor, the next whiz kid? Senior life isn't all fun and games.
Just ask Shannon O'Nell.
P.P.C.C. 115 D.E.C.A. 125 Cross Country
10,115 Track 10.
Forensics 105 Publications Staff 10.
Library Club 105 Spanish Club 10, Sec. 11,125
N.H.S. 10,11, Parl. 12: Law Club 125 Letter-
ruan's Club l0,11,125 Student Council 125
F.C.A. 11,125 Trojan of the Month 115 Trojan
of the Year 115 Glrl's State Cltzen 115 Volley-
ball 10,11,125 Basketball l0,1l,125 Track
D.E.C.A. Sec.!Tres. 12.
Band 10,11,12g Art Club 125 Best Painter
Basketball 115 F.C.A. 11,125 N.H.S. 11,12.
Basketball 105 Track l0,11,125 Volleyball
Volleyball 10,115 Track 10,11,125 B.S.U. 125
French Club Soph. of the year 10, Jun. of the
year 11,125 Law Club Sec. 125 F.C.A. 11,125
N.H.S. 10,11,l25 Library Club 105 Pep Club 115
Forensics 125 Tennis 105 Volleyball 10,115
P.P.C.C. 125 Baseball 12.
Band 10,11,125 Stage Band 11,125 Thesplan
l0,11,125 Play: "The Mousetrap" 125 Wres-
B.S.U. 10,11, Pres. 125 P.P.C.C. 125 Letter-
man's Club 11,125 Law Club 125 Tennis 125
F.H.A. 115 Fashion Show 11,12.
Student Council 10, Pres. 11, French Club 113
Law Club 11: Key Club 10: Letterman's Club
10,11, Pres. 12g N.H.S. 10,11,l2: Homecom-
ing Royalty 123 Volleyball l0,11,12g Basket-
ball Most Improved 10, Best Defense 11,125
Track Most Inspirational 10, M.V.P. 11,12.
F.H.A. Chapt. Pres. 11, Dist. Pres. 12:
D.E.C.A. 11, Chapt. Pres. 12: Forensics 10:
Thesplan 10,1l,l2g Play: "R.U.R." 10: Play:
"Bllthe Spirit" 10: Play: "Dracula" 11.
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I.R.C. 12: Law Club 12, F.C.A. 12.
Chorus 105 J.A. 10: D.E.C.A. 12: Homecoming
N.H.S. 10,11,12g F.C.A. 11,12g Letterman's
Club 11,125 I.R.C. 10,11, Sec.!Treas. 129
Publications Staff 113 Play: "The Mouse-
trap," Band 10,115 Gymnastics 109 Cross
Country 11,123 Basketball 10,11,12g Track
P.P.C.C. 11,123 Stage Band 10, Tennls
N.H.S. 11,129 French Club 12, Football
10,11g Tennis 12: Track 10, All Confer-
ence llg Basketball 10, All Conference,
All Area, All State 11,12.
B.S.U. 11,123 P.P.C.C. 12g Cheerleader 10.
Law Club 11, V.P. 12g Letterman's Club
123 F.C.A. 11,125 Baseball 123 Track 10:
Basketball 10,11,12g Football 10,11,12.
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Piecing It ll Together
Abeyta, Gariana 28, 36, 114
Agner, Beth 36, 114
Aragon, John 27, 114
Arndt, John 114
Bailey, Chris 114
Bailey, Jane 7, 23, 27, 28, 35, 114
Baker, Jay 66, 114
Barela, Craig 8, 114
Baumert, Robert 114
Boles, Rodney 7, 23, 27, 28, 35, 114
Bowen, Richard 20, 23, 24
Brock, Regina 114
Brown, Erin 18, 19, 22, 35, 114
Burk, Shari 114
Byers, Dean 114
Canter, Stephanie 27, 114
Chenoweth, Brandie 21, 22, 44, 45, 78,
Cockroft, Tim 15, 20, 22, 54, 115
Cockrum, Mike 115
Cook, Carolyn 11, 20, 22, 32, 35, 42, 58,
78, 79, 115
Council, Jerry 34, 115
Criger, Margaret 115
Crisp, Norman 115
Crossley, Denise 34, 44, 45, 115
Crutcher, Essle 11, 14, 35, 58, 59, 115
Cruz, Anthony 34, 115
Cuff, Rodney 28, 115
Daley, Tim 28, 36, 76, 77, 115
Daniels, Doreen 115
Dean, Peggy 3, 8, 21, 30, 39, 42, 72, 73,
Dunlap, Ronett 34, 115
Durante, Tammy 27, 118
Erlckson, Ron 15, 20, 21, 51, 112, 118
Evans, Matt 8, 15, 21, 22, 36, 39, 54, 55,
Everhart, Ray 34, 118
Felgenhauer, Dennis 118
Fisher, Tammy 26, 118
Flynn, Judith 32, 118
Frasier, Terry 118
Fussner, Mark 36, 118
Gast, Ron 36, 53, 118
Gilliam, John 118
Glaviano, John 118
Griffin, April 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 35, 39,
112, 116, 117, 118
Guster, Derrek 20, 22, 36, 39, 51, 76,
118 A '
Hadlock, Collette 27
Hardin, Cynthia 29, 31, 35, 118
Harris, David 51
Haynie, Clayborn S, 14, 15, 39, 49, 51,
66, 75, 76, 116, 117, 119
Hefty, Melinda 23, 119
Hicks, Trellis 34, 119
Hogan, Jerry 6, 12, 34, 35, 39, 51, 116,
Holloway, John 119
Horne, Mark 15, 20, 21, 51, 76, 119
Hovey, Richard 15, 34, 54, 119
Hunt, Jerry 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 28, 119
lrwln, Suzie 8, 36, 72, 119
Johnson, Cheryl 36, 42, 58, 119
Jones, Allen 27, 49, 51, 119
Jones, Toni 35, 42, 58, 119, 125
Jones, Patricia 19, 28, 39, 119, 125
Jones, Samantha 11, 21, 35, 62, 78, 119
King, April 22, 34, 122
Knight, Jared 7, 15, 22, 25, 27, 28, 29,
Lawver, Dwight 122
Leduff, Charles 122
Lopez, Janette 122
Love, Lanette 34, 122
Lovern, Tommy 34, 122
Lucero, Belma 93, 122
Lyons, Richard 27
Malurro, Diane 27, 122
Manley, Donald 51, 122
Martinez, Linda 26, 122
McBride, William 18, 30, 31, 35, 122
McCarthy, Colleen 26, 36, 122
McLain, Noel 26, 34, 122
Mclntosh, Keith 122
Mclrvin, Ruth 20, 21, 22, 44, 72, 123
Medina, Monica 123
Meyers, Bryce 36, 123
Miller, Patricia 26, 32, 123
Miller, Nora 36, 78, 123
Morales, Arnerls 35, 123
Morales, Louis 36, 51
Musgrave, Linda 8, 10, 14, 21, 35, 39,
72, 73, 112, 123
Nichols, April 123
0'Neil, Kelli 8, 21, 22, 35, 39, 44, 112,
O'Neil, Shannon 20, 21, 22, 35, 39, 44,
112, 123, 125
Pacheco, Eugene 51, 123
Parrett, Ernest 123
Rainwater, Bonni 26, 123
Rhodes, Tracy 36, 123
Richards, Katherine 22, 23, 30, 123
Ruckmich, Mike 126
Selby, Carol 126
Senko, Laura 8, 14, 44, 46, 78, 79, 126
Sikes, Linda 34, 126
Skinner, Fred 24, 33, 126
Smith, Robert 20, 22, 126
Smith, Terry 126
Soleau, Jason 126
Stafford, Tonya 126
Steczo, Jacalyn 20, 22, 32, 35, 78, 126
Stewart, John 126
Swanberg, Gerrald 126
Szabo, Denes 25, 28, 29, 125, 126
Thomas, Darwin 6, 7, 35, 76, 126
Troudt, David 36, 127
Turner, Wanda 14, 21, 22, 44, 45, 56, 63,
78, 79, 127
Tyler, Angle 34, 26, 127
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Vasquez, Karen 14, 34, 127
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Baker, Scott 51, 66, 75, 108
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Brassill, Larry 35, 102
Brooks, Andrew 36, 51, 76, 108
Bukowski, Alan 102
Caraker, James 102
Casey, Paul 102, 107
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Cockrum, Craig 103
Coleman, Kenneth 35, 103
Cooper, Ricky 35, 103
Copper, Linda 108
Corbaley, Paul 36, 76
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Cruze, John 103
Cunningham, Delmlra 20, 22, 30, 103,
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Deslmone, Kim 22, 24, 25, 28, 103
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Engman, Diane 44, 78, 103
Fellhauer, Nancy 44, 103
Ferrell, David 103, 108
Fowler, Robert 50, 51, 103
Franco, Dandy 104
Gaxlola, Diana 22, 104
Gelsey, Sean 35, 51, 104
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Goodrich, Aurora 104
Hammerbeck, Jill 24, 25, 28, 104
Hanson, Matthew 22, 104
Harrison, Cynthia 26, 104
Helton, Jamie 20, 22, 24, 35, 39, 104
Higgins, Markus 104
Hocanson, Jennifer 27, 108
Hollaway, David 104
Hull, D.D. 28, 33, 44, 72, 104
Jordan, Marvin 35, 104
Junglen, Kent 21, 49, 51, 104
Kane, Donald 51, 76, 104
Kielman, Timothy 51, 108
King, Vicki 42, 58, 108
Knox, Lillian 108
Kozak, Tony 34
Lawver, Theodore 105
Little, Rene 105
Litton, Todd 105
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Lyons, Rosalind 30, 34, 105
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Maczo, Aimee 22, 44, 47, 105
Mallory, Cathy 108
Marcy, Ellsworth 105
Marsh, Mark 54, 55, 109
Marshall, Ricky 51
Martinez, Doreen 42, 58, 109
Martinez, Susan 105
Mattern, April 105
Mayfield, Lenore 42, 58, 105
McLean, Donna 27, 35, 105
McFadden, Cherylynn 105
McKeon, Philip 24, 36, 105
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Miller, Joanna 106
Mills, Scott 106
Moreland, Rhonda 44, 62, 106
Newton, Stephen 24, 25, 109
Noel, Kathleen 106
Norris, Kimberly 23, 24, 27, 35, 78, 106
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Orozco, Daniel 106
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Roedel, Patricia 27, 106
Romero, Patrick 106
Salas, Yvette 32, 106
Schiller, Vicki 109
Shlngleton, Michael 24, 25, 51, 106
Slkes, James 106
Simon, Mario 39, 51, 107
Smith, Christopher 24, 54, 107
Smith, Kerstin 107
Smith, Roger 20, 22, 24, 107
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Sutton, Kiki 24, 33, 39, 58, 105, 107
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Taylor, Ernest 125
Thompson, John 109
Thorne, Mary 20, 26, 107
Vaughn, Karen 107
Vlramontes, Richard 22, 107
Ward, Jennifer 22, 52, 72, 107
West, Lynette 29, 107, 109
Wheaton, Brenda 30, 31, 109
White, Michael 107
Wilson, Anthony 107
Abeyta, Yvonne 102
Agner, Katherine 90
Aikala, Grant 90
Allen, Robert 90
Allocca, Robert 90
Anderson, Frank 90
Aragon, Mark 98
Aragon, Vincent 34
Arnold, Robert 98
Aukema, Deborah 98
Barclay, Darrin 90
Beck, Colette 33, 90
Blaine, Kristine 90
Boles, Tony 51
Bowen, Richard 28, 29, 36, 90
Bradley, Vanessa 2, 28, 98
Brown, Galen 51, 90
Brown, Lisa 24, 58, 90, 92
Brown, Michael 35, 51, 90
Bukowski, Raymon 90
Burk, Keith 90
Burns, Rebecca 98
Calhoun, Eric 24, 25, 90
Canter, Albert 91
Carson, Lewis 91
Chenoweth, Celesta 20, 47
Cloer, Mark 20, 91
Cockrum, Keith 91
Coleman, Scott 35, 91
Crisp, Michelle 91
Crossley, Twyla 47, 98
Crutcher, Jessie 35, 91
Dorner, Mark 28, 36, 91
Dunlap, Deena 91, 95
Duran, Robert 91
Durante, James 51, 91
Elliott, Douglas 24, 25, 91
Faler, Sherry 92
Fennych, Carla 92
Fernandez, Renee 51, 92
Finch, Candance 98
Flores, Josette 92, 95
Flynn, Stephanie 92
Franco, Donna 26, 39, 47, 98
Gaines, Anthony 92, 98
Garcia, Paula 92, 95
Gast, Charlie 92
Geist, Brian 24, 25, 92
George, Susan 92
Givens, Sherri 19, 24, 98
Gonzales, Mark 58, 98
Greenlee, Steven 19, 92
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Swain, Shannon 42, 58, 96
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Turner, Todd 35, 51, 97
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