Gateway High School - Olympiad Yearbook (Aurora, CO)
- Class of 1984
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2 Table of Contents
Coach Mills goes over defensive plays before the Central, Gateway game.
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Srs. Dane Lovato and John Galloway host the homecoming
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A freshman gets her eyes checked. which was a
required step for all freshman, at registration.
Srs. Cammie Hodson and Sally Walker receive
instructions on their registration procedures.
Drum majors Srs, Kevin Vanspreybroeck and
Joe Herbert march onto the field at an
afternoon football game,
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The Sr. class show that they are no. I.
The Jr. class awaits the winner of the spirit stick at
the last fall pep assembly.
Ah. the sweet smell of summer. Flowers
in bloom, chlorine from swimming pools,
and of course. barbeques. Too bad it
didn't last. But no matter how long our
vacation was, it seemed all of our activi-
ties were somehow connected with Gate-
way High School. Seniors were busy get-
ting their Senior pictures taken, cheer-
leaders were busy winning awards at
camps around the state, and of course.
our teams were preparing for the upcom-
ing season. Soon around the middle of
August came registration, seeing old
friends, meeting new ones. and compar-
ing our fall schedules. Along with regis-
tration came the time when we found out
about the changes at Gateway.
To begin with, we were taken off our
split schedule and put onto a "normal
day". Classes now began at 7:28 and ran
55 minutes each. There was also a seven
minute homeroom added to first hour
where announcements were read, and re-
port cards, federal census cards, and
things of that nature were given out. We
had a six period day. with all classes be-
ing dismissed at 2:00. There was also a
seventh hour. which accommodated the
extra Curricular activities such as band
and club meetings.
Perhaps the biggest shock and change
regarded the commons. No longer were
we allowed to sit and catch up on the
latest gossip, or have a Suzi-Q fix. lf we
had a free hour we were assigned to a
Student Preperation period. This "study
hall" was held in the annex and was moni-
tiored by a security guard. Students were
allowed to leave the class to go to the
library or take a test. Some students
used the library excuse to go to 7-ll, or
their favorite food places for a quick
"pick me up".
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The Varsity lrooibali team shows their true Col-
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Many students didn't like the idea
study hall, and chose to sign up for
other class or pick up an assistantship
a teacher. As Sr. Joe Guttierez said, "l
feel the student prep. period is a waste if
you don't have homework, and l would
much rather pick up an assistantship
get a credit for it."
The cafeteria was also changed. There
were seperate hot lunch and sandwich
lines, and of course, the snack bar. One
difference was that the snack bar was
opened only during lunch, and closed at
all other times during the day. lt was also
opened 7th hour and provided candy,
chips, and pop for those who were wait-
ing for sports or play practice to begin.
Lunch prices were also raised to a dollar,
with a ten-day lunch ticket package avail-
able for 59.50. Fifth hour was divided up,
with a first and second lunch period
mixed in. A student's lunch hour was de-
termined by their fifth hour class. We
were still allowed to leave the school
grounds and head for one of the numer-
ous fast food places such as McDonalds,
Arbys, Taco Bell, and Taco Bueno.
As we looked around the halls of Gate-
way, we could see that they seemed a
little empty, like they were missing some-
thing. Yes-Rangeview had finally opened.
We were now 500 students and I5 faculty
members less. These people had gone to
Rangeview, which opened in the fall of
'83. Although the opening of the new
school was supposed to cut down on
Gateway's crowded situation, it seemed
the same because we were off the split
schedule, and everyone now came to
school at the same time. These changes
were hard, but that didn't stop us from
having a great year.
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Seniors get into the spirit of homecoming by
decoraling their cars for the homecoming
their many mounts
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I Sr. David Fields presents Mr. Mattes
with a City championship award won
by the tennis team,
Balluns were a sign of spirit and they were
released befbre every football game.
Poms Suph. Jill Strampel. and Srs. Rhonda Sudnik.
Chris Bolotovtch pose for the camera at a pep
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When fall came around we were well
adjusted to the "New Gateway" and the
hardaches that went along with it. We
had to carry passes everywhere, and get
them signed from where we had come
from. But luckily, this idea wore out about
the middle of December.
The pep assemblies helped us show ev-
eryone how much we loved Gateway. The
selling of Gateway buttons and stickers
by the cheerleaders helped us get into a
spirited mood and cheer our teams to
victory. Friday and Saturday nights were
filled with football and basketball games,
then off to Burger King or a party to chat
and be with friends. The plays provided
an enjoyable evening of fun for anybody
who had interest in the theatre.
Upper Left: The band shows its spirit during the
homecoming pep assembly.
Srs. Jeff Girkin and Joe Gutteriez do their
required warm ups during the summer practices,
Winter came and we were headed up
to the slopes for skiing. lf that didn't ap-
peal to you there was always tubing at
your favorite hill, building snowmen in
your front yard, or having a good old
fashioned snowball fight. After Christmas
came a new semester and mid-term
Around April the sun finally came out
and started melting the snow away. Soon
prom would be here, then graduation. We
were busy preparing for finals and sum-
Even though the year seemed too fast.
we made the most of it. We went "for the
gold"-and wonl Our metal was a year full
of spirit, fun, and friends. We won the
gold metal for you-Gateway!
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INSIDE . . .
A Year In Review
Above left: The boy's soccer team tells it like it is at a pep assembly. Far left: Srs. Rick Schmitz, Tom
Cullen, Rich Grooms, Todd Jaquith, and John Galloway race to get the spirit stick. Left: Two ghostly
looking creatures invade Gateway's homecoming week.
Student Life Division ll
Sunbathing on the east coast beaches are a popular thing to do in the summer
Fishing in one of the many lakes in Colorado is
another way to spend a summer day.
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The mountains of Colorado provide a great setting for a picnic,
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During the summer, the bare mountains of
show the states' flexibility for
Red Rocks provides a great line up of concerts each summer that
many students enjoy,
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Summertime. A time when everyone threw
away their books and headed to Creek or to a
nearby swimming pool. The fireworks on the
fourth of July brought out the patriotism in all of
The mountains were also popular places for
swimming, camping, picnicing, playing frisbee, or
just relaxing. Vacations often took students to
sunny, far away places. Even school groups took
trips, like the Spanish clubs' trip to Sante Fe, New
Mexico. Some of the less fortunate people were
stuck indoors working.
Jr. Ann Ramierz said, "Summer is the best time
of year because of the concerts, the guys, and the
new friends." Some of the favorite concerts of
the summer were The B-52's, The Producers, The
Fixx, and LD. Normans, a 3.2 bar and dance place,
provided a new hang out because they hosted a
very popular teen night on Thursdays.
The cheerleaders and Pom Pons spent their
summer, effort, and time at camps, perfecting
their routines and cheers. Some people also spent
their time in summer school, earning credits to-
ward graduation. Soph. Diane Quintana said, "The
best part of summer means that school is out, but
when we graduate it will be over and we'll miss
For the football teams and cheerleaders. the
days were long and filled with practice. For oth-
ers, the days were nothing but lying in the sun,
catching up on your soap operas, swimming at
Cherry Creek, or just sleeping. Summer was full of
fun and one of the most free seasons, but it all
went by too quickly.
Playing football was a great way to relax on a hot summers day.
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oraduates anxiously await for the ceremony to
Graduation. A time every Senior looked
forward to, and the class of I983 had high
expectations as well. When June 4 came
around all Seniors were excited as they
knew the time they had worked I2 years for
had finally arrived. But this attitude was
soon changed as they were preparing for
the ceremony. As the graduates were lining
up, the bleachers began closing on them,
although there were still people sitting on
them. The graduates were forced to jump
from seven, to eight feet off the ground.
Many girls were forced to jump, regardless
of the fact that they had on three to four
inch heels. Some of the other people were
literally crushed before they had time to
jump. Through this accident seven members
of the class were injured. Among the injured
was Vonna Maul, who went through the
ceremony with a temporary cast and the
help of Sid Whitney.
Once the ceremony was finally started,
and platform guests were introduced,
speeches were given. Speakers consisted of
class officers who gave speeches on some of
the most memorable times of the past four
years. There was also addresses from Vale'
dictorian lrene Cote, and Salutatorian Dan
Pfannenstiel. The presentation of diplomas
followed and the moment the class of l983
had waited for finally arrived. While Maria
Bishop was giving the Benediction, orange
and gold caps began flying. As the graduates
made their way back to the gym, their
thoughts were on their futures, some con-
sisted of college, others of full time jobs. Still
others looked forward to the graduation
parties that were to follow that night. From
this the class of l983 will never be forgotten.
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Valedictorian lrene Cote
sheds light on her future.
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Glenn Williams reminisces on his favorite times of his Senior year
Orange and Gold caps were a sign that graduation had finally arrived.
Salutaturian Dan Pfannenstiel
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The Procession of the graduates had everyone standing,
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Big Horn Sheep are a part of
Colorados numerous wildlife.
On A Clear Day, You
Can See Forever
We were fortunate enough to live in
one of the most goregous states in the
country. Colorado was appealing to ev-
eryone because of its colors and gore-
gous mountains. It was always so easy
to skip a day and take a trip to the high
country for a picnic at Red Rocks or
shopping in Central' City.
In the summer, Colorado provided
us with beautiful days and warm, star-
ry nights. The concerts at Red Rocks
always provided a great evening after
spending the day in the sun, picnicing
and waiting for the concert to begin. If
concerts and sunburn weren't your
style, there was always shopping in the
mountains and the Alpine slides at
Heritage Square, Winter Park, or
Fall kept us busy with the Bronco
games and watching the Aspens turn.
Once winter came along, we were all
excited because the ski season was
upon us. Colorado had about the best
skiing around. Vail, Keystone, Winter
Park, Aspen, and Breckenridge were
among the favorites. The ski club pro-
vided us with discount rates and a full
day of fun. Those who preferred the
"city life" could enjoy shopping down-
town or ice skating at the May DEF ice
rink. The l6th Street mall provided us
with great shopping and friendly mer-
Flowers on the l6th Street Mall help
decorate the newly built mall,
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But no matter how you enjoyed
Colorado the most, the warm, summer
nights, or the cold, snowy winters, it
was a beautiful state that everyone
One of the most unique buildings, the chapel at
the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
The high rises of Denver can be seen throughout the metropolitan area.
Red Rocks is one of the most interesting sitt
in the mountains.
Sloans lake provides
Downtown Denver is one of the most beautiful places in
Old and new are seen throughout downtown Denver.
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We all have favorites, yes we do, like videos. 'tv
shows, and movies too. A survey was taken and we
don't think we're mistaken, that this was the turn
out of the fawrne mp ten! A scene from Trading Places, featuring Eddie Murph
Your favorite fast food place .ws f
2. Burger King
3. Taco Bell
Your favorite radio station
I. KPKE 96 FM
2. KDKO l5lO AM
3. KAZY IO7 FM
Your favorite teachers
I. Mr. Lincoln
2. Mr. Woodward f
3. Ms. Muench
Your favorite hangout
I. Aurora Mall
2. Burger King
3. Norman's Place
Your favorite music video
I. Beat It, by Michael Jackson
2. Rock of Ages, by Def Leppard
3. Rockit. by Herbie Hancock
Your favorite group or singer
I. Def Leppard
2. Michael Jackson
Your favorite tv show
Your favorite movie
I. Risky Business
2. Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Your favorite actor
l. Eddie Murphy
2. Burt Reynolds S Sylvester Stallone
3. Dustin Hoffman
Your favorite actress
l. Stephanie Powers
2. Goldie Hawn
3. Jennifer Beals g Jane Kennedy Michaelflackson was the hottest idol on the scene with his video "Beat
lt" and Say, Say, Say with Paul McCartney.
Englands hot new group Def Leppard.
turora Mall has always been a favorite to hang out.
students this year.
Glasses from the movie Risky Business are seen on a
few students from Gatewa y.
The new McDonalds was a crowd pleaser for Gateway
Soph. Denice Gonzales and
day on the l6th street mall,
Driving to school as the sun wakes up was a common problem for Gateway students
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Fall was a time of many changes. Those cold
mornings of getting up and going to school with a
light frost on the ground were back again.
Fall also meant homework and tests piling up as
we got back into the swing of things. "I think the
best part of fall is getting back to school, and
seeing old friends that you haven't seen during
the summer", replied Sr. Lori Degenhardt.
Along with the start of the new sports season
came all the activities that go along with it such
as after game dances, trips to Burger King, and
parties with bonfires.
Sr. Megan' Schuster said, "Going to football
games and to parties with my friends are some of
my favorite weekend pastimes". The cold weath-
er didn't seem to stop us from having a good time
and alot of school spirit. Most of us looked for-
ward to fall and the start of a new school year. Fall
also was a time when we all went out to buy a new
wardrobe. Short sleeves and sandals were not
suitable anymore. Instead, sweaters and cords re-
placed the tee-shirts and shorts. Between the last
week of September and the first week of October
the Aspens began turning up in the mountains.
Fall was a time that we all looked forward to
because of all the things it stood for.
Fallen leaves on the ground was a sure sign fall was upon us,
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Sophomore Rhonda Maul is dressed as Mickey Mouse. on T,V,
H a Q Senior Bridgette Coble smiles as she shows her unique black and white outfit
on Generic Day.
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Senior Renee Osteen models her latest punk outfit.
Juniors rage at the Spirit Week pep assembly,
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Oly's pride shined through for Spirit Week,
Oct. 3-8. To start the week off, Monday was
T.V. Favorites Day. Many M"A"S'H stars, car-
toon favorites, and rock stars could be seen
Tuesday, which was Punk Day, provided
some odd looking people with hairspray dye,
wild makeup and mini skirts. Many students
showed up wearing black and white combina-
tions on Wednesday, Generic Day.
On the hot day of Thursday, towels, lawn
chairs, Op sunwear, and suntan oil were
brought and used for the students favorite
day, which was Beach Bum Day. During the pep
assembly on Friday, a sea or orange and gold
clothes flooded the gym for Toga and School
Color Day. Togas were a popular choice. seeing
how our mascot was the Olympians.
The traditional Homecoming festivity turned
out to be a success. Some Gateway students
proved they had pride for our school. "The
week would have been more successful if a
larger percentage of the student body would
have participated", said Mr. Valarie Camarigg.
Spirit week was sponsored by the Spirit squads
of Gateway, and was looked forward to by
many students as a fun and favorite part of
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24 Homecoming Game
The Oly offense sets up for the final play
Runningback Darrel Perkins finds room in the Trojan defense.
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Dallas Hilliar, in his first homecoming game at
Gateway, defeated cross town rivals, the Central
Trojans. The OIy's were in quest of their third
straight homecoming victory.
The Trojans were first to get on the board with
a pass down the sidelines that broke for a 5I yard
touchdown. The touchdown seemed to inspire the
Oly defense to stiffen and make the big plays for
the remainder of the game. The first came in the
second quarter when defensive captain Sr. Joe
Guttierez stripped the ball from a Trojan running-
back and scrambled off to a 4I yard score. A two
point conversion was scored by quarterback Sr.
Jeff Gerkin that tied the score a 8-8 as the slow
but rugged first half ended. The Oly defense al-
lowed a mere 80 yards, 5l off the first scoring
The second half was once again a defensive
struggle. The Oly defense forced a punt or a tur-
nover off to CentraI's every posession of the ball.
But the Oly offense continued to struggle and
gave the Trojans the first break of the second
half. The Trojans received the ball on their 35
yard line due to a fumble by runningback Darrel
Perkins. But the defense once again rose to the
occasion and forced the Trojans back to their
own 47 yard line with a fourth and 22. A desperate
Trojan pass was intercepted by Sr. Gary Jenkins
who with the help of downfield blocking returned
the ball to the Oly 36 yard line. The all but forgot-
ten Oly offense has one more chance. 0n a fourth
and I5 situation, runningback Sr. Richard Grooms
broke behind a Sr. Joey Manfre block for a I7 yard
gain inside the Trojan I5 yard line. Three plays
later, Sr. Jeff Gerkin drove in from the one for the
Jeff Girkin runs in for the The celebration.
The final score.
Student Life 25
The building of floats was a tradition of
Homecoming. This year all of the floats re-
ceived some type of honor.
The freshman float was built at Missy Sur-
let's house. For four long weeks a group of
about twenty people worked from about 5:30
to 9:00. As a result, they gained the title of
"Most Colorful." Fr. Missy Surlet said "Alot
more people came to help than l expected."
Sophomores received the "Best Overall"
award. The float was built as Chad Weldon's
house. About three weeks after they started
building, the float was completed. On week-
nights they worked from 6:30 to 9:30 and on
weekends they worked from I:OO to IO:3O. All
of the hard work certainly paid off in the
Shelley Branham's house was the building
site for the Junior float. For three to four
weeks a group of about fifteen people
worked on it. Every weeknight from 7:00 to
The senior float obtained the title "Best
Use of Theme." Eight to ten people worked
on it every night at Tina Hill's house, for
three weeks. Sr. President Joyce Davis said,
"l wish more people would have come to
Floats at homecoming were a fun part of
the football season and school year.
Students and faculty members talk about the floats before the floats are
The Sr. float was awarded Best Use of Theme
The "Best Overall" Soph. float made Gateway history,
Derrick Stuckey. Brian Winklebaur, Bill Orth, Chad
Weldon. Stephanie Hand, Amy Freeland. Angie Freeland,
Michelle Leninberger, and Shelly Neary were some of
the Sophs. that worked on their float,
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The Jr. float was honored "Most Creative."
The Freshman float received the honor of "Most Colorful" at the homecoming
Student Life 2 7
W 9 Homecoming King and Oueen Sr, Andre Martin and Joyce Davis.
"Llp where we belong" was the theme of Gate-
way's llth Homecoming dance. The dance was
held on October 8, l983 in the commons at 8.30
p.m. after a l4-8 victory over Aurora Central.
Seniors Andre Martin and Joyce Davis were
crowned King and Queen. Other nominees were
Troy Evans, Amber Edstrom, Rich Grooms, Trish
Davis, Deanna Chamberlain and Troy Leiker.
Juniors Kirk Wilson and Dana McCorkle were
crowned Prince and Princess. The other nominees
included Brian Burrus, Patty Galloway, Shawn
Smith, Laynie Giles, Keenan McKone and Amy
Sophomores Sean Velarde and Heidi Morris
were crowned Duke and Dutchess. Others nomin-
ated were David Morgan, Diana Shearrer, Brian
Winkelbauer, Joey Giles, Tracey Leiker and Jill
Freshman John Lehto and Keni Waage were
crowned Count and Countess. Other nominees
were Dean Barber, Julie Weimer, Joe Cottle, Pam
Engelkirk, David Ray and Ann Errebo.
Before the dance a special evening such as this
started out with a nice dinner at a fine restaurant,
such as The Top of The Rockies, The Black Angus,
and The Wellington Broker iust to name a few.
After the dance many of us headed up to Red
Rocks with some friends or went to a party or just
drove around, but whatever we did or wherever
we went was where we belonged.
Sr. Glenn Meschko said, "lt was well organized
and better than past years."Soph. Cammie Hutch-
ings commented, "The time and effort put into it
made it a success."
Homecoming Royalty: Jrs. Kirk Wilson and Dana McCorckle, Soph. Sean Velarde and Heidi Morris,
28 Homecoming Dance
Srs. Andre Martin and Joyce Davis, Frs. Jeni Waage and John Lehto.
Srs. Elena Gendelev and Bill Rebek enjoy each others company.
The Nominees for Royalty take their dance.
Sr. Ron Fano and alumni Tracy Donaghue have a good time.
- crowd dances to the sounds of Michael Jackson.
Srs. Curtis Coates and Jamie Lujan stop and pose for the camera.
Student Life 29
Movies were an all-time favorite for Galeway students.
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Students could spend weekends watching the Denver Bears or the Broncos.
Lakes in the mountains give students a chance to get away from
Soph. Joey Giles spends weekends working at Karmelcorn in Aurora
Playing games at Leilflans was a popular pastime.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday were the days that all
Olympians longed for. From 7:28 am Monday morning,
students were found either dreaming about what they
did over the weekend or what they would do for the
upcoming one. A popular place to go on weekends was
Aurora Mall. Here students could make new friends, go
shopping, and even get a bite to eat. Of course movies,
an all time favorite, continued to occupy our free time.
Some of the most attended movies were 48 Hours.
Sudden Impact, Scarface, and Return of the Jedi. In the
trend of the 8O's, playing video games and working
with computers were what some students chose to do.
There were a lot of students who spent their week-
ends in hobbies, like boxing, ice skating, and gymnas-
tics. Cthers found school sports to be a challenging way
to have fun and stay in shape.
Celebrity Sports Center, demanded the time of Gate-
way Students. Watching the Broncos, Nuggets. Bears.
Flames and Gold, Colorado'-5 sports teams were for
f- Sl people who had extra money to spend.
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lt 'Qi , ' the X- nl K to spend their weekends working. The people who
Q ,EJ couldn't find anything better to do stayed home with
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The Gateway Drama Department
opened their season with the production
of Neil Simons' "The Good Doctor". The
plot revolved around a writer in Russia at
the turn of the Century. He tells tales
common to the happenings of the day.
The destruction of a young man's pride
after an accidental sneeze on General
is portrayed in The Sneeze. Govern-
ess deals with a young, naive governess
being cheated on her pay by her Mis-
IFBSS. The talents of an unsure dentist are
tested when he has to remove the tooth
of a local Sexton in Surgery. A Quiet War
deals with two old ArmyfNavy pals who
have contests on strange items such as
'the perfect lunch', women, etc. The abili-
ty of one mans gift to break up married
couples is shown through The Seduction.
The Drowned Man tells of a young
man's strange profession of drowning
himself for the entertai ent of others
and a price of 3 rubles scared child's
first theatrical auditio and her great
ability to act is portrayed in The Audi-
tion. A poor, but demanding woman fight-
ing for the extra money due her sick hus-
band is the message of The Defenseless
Creature. The Arrangement is about a fa-
thers gift for a young man on his I7th
birthday. One catch, the gift is a chance
to spend an evening with a voluptous lady
of the night. Throughout the play, the
Writers message is to tell of his lifetime
goal. Unfortunately, he never tells of the
Everyone who was connected with the
show thought it went really well and gave
a different aspect of theatre to the audi-
ence. The audience, in turn, enjoyed a
delightful evening. As Sr. Doug Schorz-
man quoted, "lt was heck, but it was
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32 The Good Doctor
Srs. Craig Spencer and Steve Hopp pray for strength after Craig removed 5teve's tooth
Sr. Doug Schorzman tells Sr. Chuck
Derby of his profession, drowning.
Cast List '
Craig Spencer .... ..........
Chuck Derby .
Monte Bruce , ,
K elle y Miller ..,.
Craig Spencer .
Kelley Miller . ,
Lisa Robison .. .
Craig Spencer .
Steven Hopp . . .
Craig Spencer .
Chuck Derby . . .
"The Governess "
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'34 Quiet War"
. . . . Writer
. . . . Narrator
. . . Cherdykov
. . . M. Brassilhov
. . . Narrator
. . , Mistress
. . . . . Julia
. . . Narrator
. . . Sexton
. . . Narrator
. ..,. Navy
Craig Spencer .....,,............. NarratorfPeter
Monte Bruce , ,
Craig Spencer .
Chuck Derby , , .
Steven Hopp . . .
Craig Spencer .
Lisa Robison . .
"The Drowned Man "
, . , Narrator
, . . . Aristocrat
'A Defenseless Creature"
Steven Hopp ...,,..,..,........,...... Assistant
Tyleen Sch weer
Craig Spencer ..................,
Monte Bruce , . .
Kelley Miller . .
Craig Spencer . ,
. , . Kistunov
. . . Writer
Sr. Doug Schorzman is disturbed
over the choice of appetizer that Sr.
Chuck Deby has suggested. ' 4,
Sr. Craig Spencer tells of the tale of E':
two old men 's weekly meetings to
Far left: Sr. Craig Spencer works
heartily at pulling the tooth. of Sr.
Srs. Doug Schorzman and Chuck
Derby discuss the makings of the
Student Life 33
Beautiful Rocky Mountains are only an hours drive
34 Winter Ouarterly
Colorados finest ski areas were visited by Gateway's Ski Club
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Gateway students take to the slopes.
Ski country USA
Mr. Reinhold Matties and Ms. Kath y Francis seem pleased with how well
the ceremony went.
This year, winter was neither a surprise nor
a secret. The below temperature weather put a
halt to some of our weekend activities. Winter
brought in two kinds of people, the people who
loved the snow and then the people who hated
it. The people who enjoyed the snow took ad-
vantage of the condition by going skiing, while
the other people probably stared out of the
window wishing the snow would go away. Mid-
term Graduation this year was another out-
standing event. Mrs. Joseph was in charge of
the Commencement Exercise. There were nine
graduates from Gateway on January 24, I984.
Also this winter was the first time the Nuggets
hosted the NBA All-Star Game. Also during that
week, people enjoyed the Slam-Dunk contest
and the Old-Timers Game. Superbowl XVIII,
didn't live up to its expectation. Some people
made money from bets on the Raiders, while
others were in a state of shock by the loss by
the Redskins. Concerts were also exciting this
year. Kiss made thier first tour without their
make-up and all the crazy out fits they used to
wear. Also, their music had been milder than
their Hard-Loud Rock-n-Roll. Also another fam-
ous Superstar who was going thru cosmetic
surgery was Michael Jackson. This year on the
Music Awards, Michael won almost every cata-
gory from Pop to Soul, to favorite new artist
and his splendid musical videos. Along the
clothing line this winter at Gateway, it seemed
like once again fashions were changing. But no
matter how you felt about it, winter was an
enjoyable time of year.
The Midf Term Graduates. Son Xuan Nguyen. Vernon Scott, Richard Eich, Kenneth Macintyre. Tracy
Smart, Debbie Strayer, Deliah High, Tracy Matheny, and Tina Foster.
Student Life 35
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Cn December I,2, and 3, "Tell Me
That You Love Me, Junie Moon", was
presented by the Drama department. It
was a modern day love story that
evolved around three patients in a
hospital. There is Junie, an acid scarred
young woman who is concientious of
anyone after her accident, which was
caused by her boyfriend. Then comes
Arthur, an epileptic who is very close
to Junie. Warren is the strange one of
the bunch, he is in a wheelchair and
lives his life as if he isn't.
During the opening of the play, these
three are under the supervision of Dr.
Kirkland, and his assistants, Nurses
Oxford and Holt. Friends in the
hospital include Goren, his girlfriend '
Marilyn, and a close, old friend, Minnie.
Junie, Arthur, and Warren are soon
released from the hospital, and of
course, Warren has a house set up.
Next to their "dream house" lives two
nosey neighbors, Sidney and Lil. Arthur P
soon goes out to find a job at Marios
fishmarket. Mario seems nice enough,
but after Sidney and Lil get through
with him, he has second thoughts about
hiring Arthur. Arthur becomes
dismayed and runs away, which has ,
Junie and Warren going crazy looking for
him. Meanwhile, a lady named Gregory
is keeping Warren busy with her high 3
class activities, which includes getting
Warren to walk again.
After Arthur is found, the three take V
a well deserved vacation to a seaside Q
resort. Warren has plans of attending a
party, and Arthur declines because of
tiredness. Junie stays with him, and
Arthur becomes more ill as the two talk
more and more. Soon Arthur dies, and
the play ends with Junie and Warren
moving out of their house.
Throughout the play, Warren, Junie,
Arthur, and Mario have flashbacks of
relatives, friends. and the olden days.
The set for the play was the best
that has come to the stage in a long
time, and everything ran smoothly
thanks to the tremendous work of the
cast and crews.
Srs. Curtis Coates, Stephanie Toohey. and George Harrison mourn over the loss of their good friend,
Opposite page: Sr. Curtis Coates explains the troubles of his trip.
35 Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon
Crew members Jr. Debbie Davis and
Srs. Chuck Derby and Tye Schweer
show off before the final dress
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Minnie Antoinette Williams
Miss Holt ,..,
Miss Oxford . .
Arthur . , .
Guiles . . ,
Sidney , . .
Dr. Kirkland .,.....,..
Warren 'S Grandmother ,,..
Institutional Director , . .
Arthur's Mother . . . , .
,lunie's Mother . . . .
Miss Grayson ........
Mario 's Grandmother . , .
. . . , Heidi Thigpen
. , . . , , Jamie Lujan
. . . , Curtis Coates
. . . Craig Spencer
..,.., Steve Hopp
. , Vernon Clark
. . . Myke Sargent
. . , , Lisa Buholz
. . . Marc Caudill
, . Nancy Hagen
. . . . . Dana Reed
. Shawn Young
. , . . Kathy Kolmer
. . , . . Susan Ward
Sr. George Harrison listens to the
complaints of Srs. Kelly Donoghue .
and Vernon Clark. 2:2
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Above left: Srs. Stephanie Toohey :':
and Craig Spencer talk over their
dreams while vacationing at a hotel,
Cast members await notes from
their director. Mr. Rossman,
Student Life 37
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Rodgers and Harts By Jupiter, an an-
cient Greek musical, opened on March I5,
l984. A dinner theatre was held March I6,
with a closing night show following on
March I7. Before coming to the Gateway
stage, By Jupiter was run on Broadway in
June of l942. Its curtain rose for 427 per-
formances, and was the longest running
Rodgers and Harts musical.
The setting for the musical an ancient
Greek place called "The Sand of the Ama-
zons". One catch about this place, the
woman are the warriors and the men are
the "ladies of the house". It 'starts out as
an army of Greek invaders, who are used
to a more traditional relationship be-
tween the genders, arrive with the ex-
press mission offending and taking home
the Sacred Girdle of Diana, which is an
undergarment, which is currently being
worn by the Queen of the Amazons. The
Greek leaders are quickly captured and
brought before the all-female council for
questioning. The ladies are completely
bewildered by the idea of men being
treated as equals, but soon, after a lot of
convincing, the ladies are pursuaded into
believing for the equality.
As director Seth Rossman quoted,
"Sometimes you do a show with a bunch
of talented kids who are pains in the
necks, and sometimes you do a show with
kids who are nice, but not so good talent
wise, but on this show, l worked with a
bunch of talented kids who were also
great to work with".
38 By Jupiter
Srs. Kelley Miller, and Lori Frey look tough, as Sr. Craig Spencor shows the shy side of his character.
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PI-f'I'II Theseus ....
Homer . . .
Hercules . .
Herald . . .
Sergeant . .
lst Sentry .
2nd Sentry .
3rd Sentry . .
Soldiers . . .
1 Kelly Donoghue, as Antiope looks puzzled as
we searches her mind for an ideal answer,
Hippolyta . .
Heroica . .
Caustica . . .
Pomposia . .
Sapiens . .
Huntress . . .
..... ... Andre Martin
. . . ..,. Chuck Derby
.... . . . . .George Harrison
Kevin Van Spreybroek
. . Gabe Chavez
. . . Tyleen Schweer
. . Heidi Lindemann
. . . Heidi Thigpen
. . . . Greta Thatman
. . . Michelle Drumbor
...... Jamie Lujan
..... Lori Fery
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. . . . . . . . . Kelly Donoghue
......... Heidi Neilander
insrructions on where to move. :Zz
Minerva ..... . . . Vanae Sears
Penelope .....,,....... Chelle Porter
Greek Camp Followers ....... Shelley
Srs. Craig Spensor and Jamie Lujan discuss the equality of men and women.
Jr. Heidi Neilander looks on as Sr. Kelly Donoghue gives a look of displeasure.
TrumpetersfAmazon Men .Erik Woellhof I
Body Builders .. .... Megan Wade I
Student Life 39
A eu r In Sally Ride, Americas first woman in space.
Although they sometimes seemed
meaningless, the events that hap-
pened around us had some impact
on our lives. TV shows, rock stars,
and movies gave us our different
beliefs and values. World events
and political wars made us look at
the more serious side of life.
For instance, in l983 movies
played a big part on our lives. Jenni-
fer Beals starred in Flashdance,
which was number I for a long time
and began a new craze of fashion , I.
with torn sweatshirts and baggy
sweatpants as the basic look. Stay-
ing Alive, Risky Business, and Na-
tional Lampoons Vacation were all
summer hits that continued in the
fall. John Travolta and Olivia New-
ton John were back again with an- f
other hit, Two of a Kind. ln music, 3
the trend moved to more and more
new wave, with videos being the
most used way to see music. Mi-
chael Jackson was tops, as his num-
ber I album, Thriller, broke a world
longest and having the most hit sin-
gles on one album.
The first world championship
USFL game was played in Denvers
Mile High Stadium, and the Michi-
gan Panthers defeated the Cakland
Invaders. Fall came along and the
Broncos began another season.
They had a young, new quarterback
out of Stanford named John Elway.
Elway cost the Broncos 55 million.
record of being the number I record
their first playoff game to the Seat-
tle Seahawks after a season record
elected over long time favorite Bill ,
McNichols. The Thanksgiving storm
slowed us all down, although it was
only a small duplicate of the winter
blizzard of '81
In world news, the Marines were
sent to Lebanon and Beirut as UN
peace keepers. Their mission was to
try and keep peace among the Mus-
Iems and Christians, who were
fighting a civil war. l983 came to a
close as a wonderful year of joys
and tears had past.
continued on page . , . 42
40 A Year ln Review , , . 1983
Needless to say, the Broncos lost s
of IO wins, 6 losses. Denver also had I
a new mayor, Fredrico Pena was
Michael Jackson, top artist who swept the Grammy awards with a
record I2 nominations, and 8 awards.
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Carl Lewis long jumps his way to a gold medal at
the World games.
John Travolta is back again in Staying Alive, a
second to Saturday Night Fever.
The official symbol of the i984 Summer Olympic
games in Los Angeles.
Tip O'Neil. speaker of the house. provided
the opposition for the Reagen
.lenniter Beals stars in one of the hottest
Student Lite 4
A Year in
Review, . .l984
continued from page . . . 40
January came again and I984 was
upon us. But where was all the non-
sense that George'Orwell spoke of
in his book, I984? No, it was nothing
like that. This was a leap year, an
election year, and the Olympics.
The 'hammer' murders in Aurora
everyone frightened, also.
ln mid January, the LA Raiders
defeated the Washington Redskins
in the XVlIlth Superbowl. The Den-
ver Gold began another season in
February with Craig Morton as the
new coach. ln mid February, the
XlVth Winter Olympic games began
in Sarejevo, Yugoslavia. The Ameri-
cans fared ok- winning four gold,
and four silver medals. The US ski
team won medals for the first time
ever. Bill Johnson won the gold in
the mens downhill, after it was can-
celed for a week due to a heavy
snowstorm that hit the city earlier.
Phil and Steve Mahre of Washing-
ton, the twins, took the gold and
silver respectively in the mens giant
slalom. In womans downhill, Debbie
Armstrong took the gold while Ta-
mara Cooper took the silver. Den-
verite Scott Hamilton won the gold
in mens figure skating and returned
home to a galant parade down the
I6th Street mall. Rosalynn Sumners
took the silver in womans figure
skating, and Kitty S Peter Car-
ruthers won the silver in pairs fi-
gure skating. Torvill S Dean, the
Great Britians ice dancing pride,
electrified everyone with their
flawless performance that earned
them nine 6's and a gold medal.
The Marines finally pulled out of
Beirut in the beginning of March, as
Americans were proud. The presi-
dential election now became the big
concern of everyone, as the candi-
dates gained more popularity. Presi-
dent Ronald Reagan, Republican, ran
again, as Senator Gary Hart from
Colorado tried to win out over the
Reverend Jessie Jackson, the first
black man ever to try and run for
president, in the Democratic race.
Movies of l984 included Terms of
Endearment, Footloose, The Right
Stuff, and Hot Dog. Michael Jackson
was in the spotlight at the
Grammys, as he had a record I2
nominations. He was also the Star of
The American Music Awards, as he
swept over all the awards.
The events of l983 and I984 were
very important to all of us, and they
will not soon be forgotten.
Year ln Review . . . I984
The Los Angeles Raiders succeeded in defeating the Washington Redskins in the X Vlllth Superbowl.
US 's Phil Mahre won the gold in the mens giant slalom competition in
The US Marines were sent to troubled countries to protect the US,
Denvers 5cott Hamilton electrified everyone
Olympics. and came home with the gold.
at the Winter
Great Britains Torvill and Dean swept
audiences off their feet and won the gold
in ice dancing.
Jessie Jackson hopes for the
Democratic presidential spot.
Americas Bill Johnson
took it all for the US in
the mens downhill
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Above left: A student works on setting up his experiment in Science, Far left: Mr. Deselms explains a new
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math department this year. One was Kim Wilker-
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Front row: Michelle Linenberger, Rick Schmitz, 5Merilee DarrgughXkSunal1 Kang, Jill Slrampel, Holly
Schmitz, Kim Whittacker, Pete Yob, Second row: Curtis Coates, CasSie'KatiluS1'Jamie Ulrich, Joyce
Davis, Heidi Thigpen, Lynne Hogan, Third row: David Darrough, Dee Ware, Marc Caudill. Tonya Sigler,
Mary Gibbens, Linda Park, Shawn Young, Gina Park. Cindy Thomas, Jennifer Crawford, Marc Carlson,
Deanna Chamberlain, Fourth row: Tonya Walters, Jim Ludwig, Lisa Norberg, Alicia Jordan, Melissa
Kearns, Cary Mergerle, Susie Lee. Adrienne Pieroth, Hana Olgelsby, Brenda Haight, Nancy Odell, Jeff
Darrough, Brian Holden.
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Mc5traw, Kathy Hannnell, Joey Manfre, iVLt'I'lLc't' Darrough, Lisa Yamaquehi, Melissa Kerns, Chandra
Britt, Susie Lee. Miss Maruyaina, Lisa Norberg, James Reed, Nina Drnee, Jim Johnson, Troy Evens.
Michelle Klelnine, Stephanie Hand, Joe Cottle, Cydnie Dooley
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Senior Ny Nuyng poses for a picture at an FBLA meeting.
Second hour lunch members of FBLA aref Jennifer Crawford,
David Darrough, Merilee Darrough, Trish Davis. David Fields,
Dave Gallager, Pam Galloway. Patty Galloway. Dee Ware, and
Mike Z ylla.
The l983'l984 Gateway Chapter FBLA officers are: Cary Mergle.
Megan Schuster, Kris Sudyka. Beverly Walker, Bridgette Coble.
Mike Z ylla,
Middle: 5enior Dee Ware accepts her award for Business Law at the
Above: Jr, Debbie Davis is all smiles after receiving her award at the
Jr. Pat Gilmore, Sr. Melissa Bunney, Jr. Lisa Norberg, and Sr. Jean Russell prepare the honor roll list.
78 NHS Mu Alpha Theta
Jr. Steve Trautman concentrates on his math
I984 Mu Alpha Theta CI i ront Row Left to 5
Right: fill srfampei un Ah Kerb Bonnie Q
Chadwick, Katy . lTT'Er'Urt7? Coates, Mrs. 3
Huffman. Second Row: Dee Ware, Cary Q
Mergle. My Nguyen, Linda Park, Amy Hsu,
Tom Chung. Vandna jerath, and Jimmy
Chung Third Row: Russ Shipman, Mike Ryan,
Elena Cendelev, Lisa Prok, Bok Kim, Huy If '
Nguyen, David Chou, and Steven TrautmybiQ, L C,
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Joseph, Jim Ludwig, Desiree C ampbell, Robert Brionne, and Cindy Bonsall. Back row: Cathy Johnson,
Gabe Chavez, Allan Moody, and Steve Byg.
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er club meeting.
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. Gabe Chavez is growing ears,
The 1984 German club meeting: Front row:
Sponsor Mrs. Lindemann, Alison Enger,
Veronica K ine, Jennifer Crawford, Nipha
Jackson, Tim Boettcher, and Pam Lindsay.
Bottom row: Nancy O'Dell, Kim Mahaffrey,
Angie Patent, and Michelle Froggatt.
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Video Club members check their equipment to
make sure everything is working.
Jr. Jimmy Chung types his program on a
Soph, Rik Grable works on writing up a
1984 Computer Club: Front row: Vonda Jerrha,
Lisa Prok, Steve Troutman, and Robert
Brionne. Back row: Sponsor Berry Huffman.
Chris Justice, Bill Cote. Morris Banks, Jimmy
Chung, Mike Ryan, and Rib Grable.
i984 Pep Club: Front Row: June Tritz, Michelle Dignard, Wanda Hollins, Antoinette Williams, Ms.
Symank. Middle Row: Kathy Dahl, Jeri Boyd, Andrea Bickham, Beverly Wacker, Kiln Martin. Top Row:
Leah Lane, Heather Strample, Dee Robinson, Jodi Pankoff, Tawn Parker.
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Clark Orchard, David Gallagher, Brad Kemp, Craig
Gibbons, Bak Kim, Tom Cullen, Joey Manfre. Todd Jacquilh,
Kneeling: Jeff Girkin. David Fields, .lov Guttierez.
Pep Club membcrs look through fund raising vatalogs for new
lead the Seniors In the spirit stick wfnpetltion.
Back row, Steve Lamarr, Ricky Apel, David Votodian, Matt Douglas, Maria Wooden. Middle row Jim
Kaspeick, Kieth Mcfarlane, Melinda Sinkoviis, Gabiella Mickens, lolita Alexander, Shannon Romary.
Front row, John Long, John Chavin, Steven Vandaler, Randy Fleury, Michelle Pickett,
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Brain Durban, Mr. Litshel. Cari Malling, Chaplim. Roger
Benneri, Mary Martin, Sus Mclvlultin, Cindy Dreher,
Carrie Landers, Lance Harsh
Cadet Captain Sr. Pal Patterson: Operation Officer
i984 Photo Club: Brain Durban, Chaplim, Mary Martin, Sus McMuIiin, Cari
Mulling. Tami Halel, Lance Harsh. Mr. Litshel, Carrie Landers, Anja Babban,
Michelle Fisher. Roger Bennett.
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Mike Chipman. Middle row, Marc Caudill. Brenda Billie. Tom Williams, Cais
Rundquist, Vernon Clark. Lonnie Johnson. Front row, Holly Biersack. Jell Hall.
Louis Feller, Donalda Watson, David Bishop.
Above: AFJROTC drill team during a performance.
Close UpfSpeech Offers Patricipation
What is CLOSE UP anyway? lt's a
chance to learn about government
the way it really is. lt's the chance
to learn about people from other
parts of the country, as well as peo-
ple close to home.
During the week of April the lst.
l984, Close Up members from Gate-
way High School traveled to Wash-
ington D.C. to take part in the Close
Up government studies program.
While in Washington, they directly
questioned legislative experts as
well as officials in the national gov-
ernment and media personalities.
As participants in the Close Up
program they not only had the
chance to see Washington, D.C. as
few visitors do. but also to discover
for themselves what makes it tick.
Close Up President Dee Ware said,
"lt was a great way to end my high
In Washington Close Up members
were housed in a major hotel with
approximately 200 other students
from other parts of the country.
Vice-President Linda Park com-
mented, "l had a great time meeting
new people from other parts of the
Speech club competed every Sat-
urday since last October in many
different events. The events includ-
ed original oratory, dramatic inter-
pretation. humor interpretation. po-
etry interpretation, debate fcross
xl, debate CLincoln-Douglasb, ex-
temporaneous speaking, and duet
acting. There.were thirty members
and twelve to fifteen were active.
The officers were Co-Presidents-
Venae Sears and Peter Yob, Vice-
President Rick Richardson, Secre-
tary-Denise Yanaga and Treasurer-
The speech club also had a the-
atre on communication in March for
Gateway students. They also did
one for Aurora Hills Middle School
Senior Linda Park said, "This last
year speech club has been a very
rewarding experience and has been
a lot of fun!"
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Sr. Don Laughlin and Soph. Tami Hallert get ready for the trip to Washington D.C.
Sponsor Deana Strom hands out candy.
Speech team has more talents than just
speech as shown by Sr. Venae 5ears.
Sr. Rick Richardson reads for the Reader?
Sophs. Alicia Jordan and Cindy Thomas get
involved in Colorado Close-Up.
Front row- Sponsor .lo Kadlecek, Krisly Kirk, Kim Freeman. Sevond row-Carmen Jones, Kirsten Jones,
Kathryn Stearns, Dave Christiani, Sponsor Brent Carlson. Third row-Kathleen Wage, Katy Wescott,
Robyn Ross, Alice MuPhereson, Christa Thorwald, Alan Moody. Fourth row- Heidi Thigpin, Shelly
Sprague, Paul Harnnrontree, Donna Cavin. Melissa Bunney, Craig Revels.
Alan Moody and Dave Christiani have a
"one on one" discussion after the lecture.
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Sponsor .lo Kadlecek and Officer Robyn Ross.
Greta Tatman and Kathleen Wage show tha!
new friends can be made in FCA,
Senior Nadine Lutzow smiles for the camera.
Freshmen Katiee Gilmor and Laura Trobaugh
The l984 5ki Club: Melissa Kearns, Susie Lee, Scott Heroux, 55011 Laughlin, David
Darrough, Curtis Coates, David Gallagher, Brian Wilson, Geoff Chadwick, Brad Kemp,
Brad Naylor, Keenan McKone. Jennifer Crawford, Bonnie Chadwick.
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Seargent, Stephanie Toohey, Jamie Lujan, Tyleen Schweer, Danny Mitchke, Alden Power, Greta Tatman,
and Lisa Robinson.
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Science F Sci-Fi club members prepare far a nuclear war.
The 1984 5ci-Fi club: Front raw: David Greunke, Chris Walters, Craig Gressen Steve
Trourman, Steve Csuteras. Paige Bushner, Mike Devox, Mike Bergman. Chris Swanson
Phil Gerkin, sponsor. Center row - Vernon Clark, Darrel Kowski, Chuck Roast David
Fredrie, I. inda Harris.
Mills. Larry 'Bud' Mellman. Back row - .lim Greeson. Mike Justice, Jeff Hall. Dan
Club officers go over current business ai the Sci-Fi club meeiing.
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The Gateway Clympians finished
the i983 season with a disappointing
record of 4-6. The season marked the
arrival of new head coach Dallas Hil
liar. The Oly's were placed with a com-
pletely different coaching staff from
past seasons. Tony Davis replaced
Fred Warren as defensive backfield
coach and Chuck Mills replaced War-
ren as defensive coordinator. Tony
Rosso replaced Casey Coons as offen-
sive line coach and the biggest of all-
Hilliar for Iverson at the head position.
"We lacked the consistency that a
good team has to maintain. Even
though we improved through the year
we arrived too late," replied Hilliar on
the season. The one thing that hurt the
team most of all was the change in
that won in
second half with a Thunderbird pass-
ing attack. The offense generated no
offense at all and the few good plays
they had were called back by penali-
ties. The Thornton game was basically
of the same outline. The defensive
backfield once again had problems de-
fending the pass and there was no prof
duction by the offense. The end result
was a I9-I4 non-league loss. The next
two games the Oly's defeated the
Heritage Eagles and the Littleton
Lions. ln these two games the defense
completely controlled the field of play
and the team once again had hopes of
philosophy in coaches from one year
to the next. And the changes were ma-
making the playoffs.
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'What we lacked in consistency. that a good team has to maintain."
jor. Hilliar plays more of a power of-
fense which is totaliy different from
the predominate passing attack of the
past seasons. The change on defense
was much less and with the exception
of a few games the defense finished
with a outstanding year. With only five
returning lettermen the defense fin-
ished second in league in overail de-
fense and held the Oly's in most of the
games throughout the season.
The Oly's started the season on a
high note defeating the state runner-
ups Regis Raiders 2744. The game was
a defensive battle until the third quar-
ter when runningback Richard Grooms
broke for a 67 yard touchdown run.
Then later in the third quarter Clifford
Giddings returned a 47 yard punt to
put the icing on the cake. Next the
Oly's returned hgme to face the Hink-
ley Thunderbirds and the Thornton
98 Varsity Football
wins 4 loss 6
Oly's TEAM PLAYED Opp.
O Hinkley I2
l4 Thornton I9
l7 Heritage 3
27 Littleton I3
O Fairview 34
l4 Central 8
D Overland I5
6 Smoky Hill 32
40 Mullen 20
Defensive teammates Srs, Dane
Early season quarterback David Charzn attempts to
complete a pass,
Jr. Leon Harris makes a leaping catch.
The Varsity Football team: Front row: Schmitz, Bok
Lovell, Roger Strong. Randy Rutledge, Jerry McQuoid. Bill Shomshor, Chip Davis,
Row two: Chuck Mills. Alan Storm. Steve Jointer. coaches Tony Davis, Bob Rosso.
Tony Romano, head coach Dallas Hilliar. Chuck Mills, Spencer Johnson, Gary
Jenkins. Keenan Mckonei Row three: Todd Jaquith, Ralph Gibbons. Damon Dorsey,
Ron Fano. Dane Lovato, David Charzn, Troy Motley. Joey Manfre, Clifford
Giddings, Robert Branne. Jason Worreilf Row four: John Galloway, Scott Lilly. Mike
Himes, Rob Howard, Jeff Sokalack, Robert Pratt. Tom Cullen. Paul Johnsons Row
five: Vernon Clark, Richard Grooms, Jeff Girkin, Craig Revels, Joe Guttierez,
Robert Lanphier, Dave Darroughf Row six: Tony Rosso, Mike Hudson, Cris Meas,
trainers Debbie Davis, Holly Schmitz, Shelly Branham, Alana Oglesby, Lisa
Mulqueen. Angie Lancaster.
The Gateway offense.
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Ccontinued from page 983
But the Oly's went to Boulder to play
the Fairview Knights, who also had
playoff hopes. This was one of the few
games where the defense was con-
trolled as well as the offense. Fairview
and one of the states top quarter-
backs, who was aided by good field
position left by the offense, picked
apart the defense to put 34 points on
the board. The only excitement came
on a 47 yard field goal attempt late in
the fourth quarter by kicker Alan
Storm. The most unusual occurance
happened in Gateways l4-8 homecom-
ing victory over the Central Trojans.
The game proved to be as those earlier
in the season with the defense saving
the game until the fourth quarter when
quarterback Jeff Girkin dove in from
the one for a supposed victory. But
due to the play of a fifth year Senior
who was ineligible from high school
activity, Gateway was forced to for-
feit the game. Not yet knowing of the
forfeit loss the Oly's were to play the
Overland Trailblazers with still a
chance to make the playoffs. ln the
same fashion as last season, the Oly's
held the lead until the fourth quarter
when the Trailblazers scored a last
minute touchdown to pull out the vic-
tory. The next game faced the Smoky
Hill Buffalos. The Smoky Hill offense
confused the defense with several
misdirection plays and the defense
held the offense to a minimal amount
of yardage. The offense that was pro-
vided was by Darrell Perkins who
rushed for a I34 yards and several pass
completions between Girkin and Dane
Lovato. The 32-6 clearly eliminated the
Oly's from the playoffs. The final game
and the last home game for the Seniors
was against the Mullen Mustangs. The
Mullen game was by far the best game
of the season. Runningbacks Richard
Grooms and Darrel Perkins both had
their best days rushing for well over a
lOO yards. The defense forced several
turnovers out of one of the states top
offenses and after the first half totally
shut down the states top quarterback.
The team finally put things together
but it was five games too late.
Even though the Oly's finished with
a loosing record, Gateway placed sev-
eral players on the all-league team. De-
fensive players were: linebacker Ron
Fano-honorable mention, lineman Tom
Cullen, Bok Kinm, Robert Pratt and
linebacker Joe Guttierez were second
team. Offensive selections were Joey
Manfre, kicker-Alan Storm, fuiiback
Richard Grooms and the only Junior-
Darrel Perkins, who was the most used
runningback in the Centennial League.
The only all league player for Gateway
was strong safety Dane Lovato. Lovato
was a standout not only on defense but
on offense and special teams. Only re-
turning kicks for a half season Lovato
finished third in the league with one
touchdown. These players were possi-
ble ai! state players but because of the
poor season they were given no recog-
nition for their job well done.
For next season Hilliar once again
set his goal for making the state play-
offs. Even though he only lettered sev-
en juniors and had only 22 members on
the Soph. team he hopes they blend
into a good team. "The younger kids
should make a better adjustment to
the offense than this years class,"
stated Hilliar. ln any case, Hilliar hopes
to return Gateway to the playoffs once
Winning Seasons Prevail A
Moving up from assistant coach to
head coach, Kevin Morgan and new
assistant coach Larry Ried finished
with a impressive 513 record. "We lost
our first two games but came back to
win the last 4 out of 5 to finish third in
league." stated coach Morgan.
Outstanding players were quarter-
back Dean Barber who provided as a
team leader, and runningback Rich
Cherry who was referred to by Mor'
gan "the best back he's ever had." The
defensive standouts were defensive
backs .loe Cottle, David Ray, Dave Ta-
kacs and offensive-defensive lineman
Martie Manfre whom the coaches
have bigger expectations than his
older brother Joey.
Over the last three seasons the
Soph. football team has been the
schools most consistant sport. Head
coach Don Cavarra has compiled a
overall record of 25 wins and 5 losses
in these three years. This years 7-3
finish gave the Oly's a third place
'Even though we had a good team
we had problems with my rules and
regulations against the administraf
tions," stated Cavarrra. One of the
reasons for his consistant success is
his policy for strict discipline among
team members. When several players
broke his policy it caused problems for
Cavarra, his team and the administra-
tion. But outside of this the soph's
proved to have a good team. "The ears
ly part of the season was held together
by the defense, but the offense came
on to score l5'5 points in the last 5
games," said Cavarra. Team leaders
were freee safety Wade Harris who
led the team in several statistics and
runningback Sean Velarde.
Fr. wins 5 loss 3 Soph's wins 7 loss 3
Oly's TEAM PLAYED Opp. Oly's TEAM PLAYED Opp.
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6 Smoky Hill 7
O Central 6
I9 Regis 6
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23 Hinkley I3
7 Cherry Creek 27
23 Raingview l4
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20 Thorton 6
O Heritage I8
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22 Central 6
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Best Season Ever
The Gateway Tennis Team finished
the i983 season with a record of 6-4.
Ron Salazar, in his fourth year as head
coach went from a Oll record in l98O
to the best record in school history.
The team started the season by get-
ting five early victories, three of
which were over such league powers
as Littleton, Mullen and Heritage. The
first defeat came by a 2-5 loss at the
hands of the Overland Trailblazers.
But two weeks later the Olys came
back to win the first annual Aurora
City Championships edging the Trail-
blazers 53-50 in total points. The Olys
placed all but one person in the finals
of the tournament. The ever consis-
tant doubles winning three out of four
matches. The second half of the sea-
son only provided problems for the
Matt Mantey and fourth place by third
singles Brian Wilson.
Even though the team consisted of
seven Seniors, coach Salazar has ex-
pectations for next years team. Senior
David Fields was at one singles and
earned more singles victories than
anyone ever at Gateway, Sr. Mike Zylla
was at number two singles, Sr. Scott
Heroux and Sean Linder at one dou-
bles. Sophs. Andre Hutton and Scott
Nukerkat two doubles, Sr, Jeff Britigan
and the only Junior, Matt Mantey at
three doubles and the M.V.P. combina-
tion of Rick Richardson and Mike Naw-
rocki. Soph's Brian Wilson, Andre Hut-
ton and Scott Nykerk should combine
to make the three singles positions
strong, and Mantey to put strength at
one doubles for next season.
"We surprised ourselves with
some of our victories,
Olys, winning one of the remaining
four matches. One week later the team
went into districts ranked fourth out
of twelve teams. But district only pro-
vided more problems loosing three out
of their first five matches. Places were
earned by the fourth doubles team of
Rick Richardson and Mike Nawrocki,
who placed third, fourth place by the
third doubles team of Jeff Britigan and
104 Boy 's Tennis
wins 6 loss 4
Oly's TEAM PLAYED Opp.
5 Hinkley 2
4 Mullen 3
4 Littleton 3
5 Heritage 2
2 Overland 5
5 Smoky Hill 2
lst Aurora City
O Cherry Creek 7
5 Central 2
2 Fairview 5
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Heidi Thigpen, Michelle Rogers Mnhelle Johnson Jill Barnes Third Row
Garth Hein, Jerry Socher, Andre Allen Robby Eastmond Mike Lund Back
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Schmidt, Coach Joe Novak.
. Spirits Never Die
When most people thought of soc-
cer at Gateway, they thought of a
bunch of wild guys who couidn't really
get a winning season together. But
soccer at Gateway had improved over
the years, and is becoming more and
more popular. The soccer teams had
many changes this year. For one, they
had a new coach. Mr. Gary Gustafson
replaced head coach Jim Morgan. The
guys also had renewed spirit and con-
fidence and looked forward to the up-
coming year. They had good players
and a new coach who was brining a
new strategy. Unfortunately, after the
first of the season, the Varsity team
lost two of its best players, Srs. Alan
Storm and Joe Paquet due to their
footbaii responsibilities. But the team
survived, and had an overall of 3 wins,
and ll losses. Outstanding players on
the Varsity team included Srs. Geoff
Chadwick and Pat Patterson, who
were also the captains. Other mem-
bers of the Varsity team were: Srs.
Brian Jensen, Bart Stoneback, Pat
and Dan Mitchke.
and Sophs. Matt and Steve
l-lelmke, Scott Jensen.
The Jr. Varsity team didn't fair
much better than the Varsity team.
They had an overall record of l wins, ll
losses. They had an unexperienced
team, and many new players. But the
lack of success did not damper their
spirits. They were always confident in
themseives and had alot of respect for
their fellow teammates. Their mem-
bers included: Monte Wise, Drue
Burke, Mark Dudly, Marc Carlson, Dan
Chavez, Dan Gomez, Mike Baker, Tom
Gibbens, Stuart Parker, Demon Fricke,
Gary Stark, Mark Pedron, Bill Conner,
Kerry Girander. Mike McCalliester,
Jon Lee, Dave Cowles, Duong Tuong,
Kris Kennedy, a Steve Jones, and Tim
The soccer teams at Gateway were
ones of high spirit and confidence, de-
spite their losing seasons.
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O Littleton 6 O Littleton 3
O Mullen 7 l Muellen 5
O Northglen 8 O Northglen 4
l Heritage ll 0 Heritage 7
2 Hinkley O 3 Hinkley l
l Fairview 5 O Fairview 5
l Central 6 l Thornton 4
l Cherry Creek 9 l Central 5
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Sophomore and iunior varsity teams
provide the experience needed for
later varsity play. The girls' volleyball
teams combined the various talents of
the players to gain this experience.
J.V., coached by last year's Varsity
coach Jan Weeks showed some inex-
perience among the many new faces.
but also looked very promising.
Height is one advantage the youth-
ful team has. Freshmen .Chris Rosso
and Christy Beavers both showed
much skill on the net in blocking and
ln the back row sophomore Bonnie
Chadwick and freshman Sam Smith
were effective in picking up the var-
Setting was the main iob of three of
the team players. junior. Patty Isbell.
junior, Tonya Meredith, and sopho-
more Brenda Tanner.
Many of the i.v. players saw varsity
playing time. and often in tight spots.
Experienced as a sophomore coach.
Sherrie Colgan led her team to a re'
Composed of mostly freshmen the
team learned many basic skills. After
practicing throughout the season the
skills became more refined.
These girls will form next year's var-
sity and junior varsity teams where
they will represent Gateway in the
Although this is the first time many
of them have played volleyball. the
girls easily equalled the competition
provided by other schools.
A year of learning . . .
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Olys TEAM PLA YED Opp.
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3-9 Douglas County I5-15
9-lO Byers i5-I5
3-6 Kiowa i5-I5
L2-I3 Colorado Springs 15-I5
9-4 Lakewood I5-I5
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I5-102 Cherry Creek 9-I5-I5
7-I3 Heritage 1545
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Willian. Ann Walker. Suzie Norberg. Kneeling:
Baughn, Coach Sherri Colgan, Tami Hallett.
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wins 2 loss 7
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8-IO Wheatridge I5-I5
6'll Douglas County I5-I5
I5-I5 Adams City 8-I2
I5-I5 Central 9-6
I5-I5 Hinkley 7'4
l5al3-I5 Rangeview 7-I5-I2
I5-I5 Lakewood 7-I3
6-9 Cheery Creek I5-I5
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Evans, Allen Storm, Paul Geyer, Soon Sanders. Tom Edwards. front row - Coach MILL
Brinsko. Coach Dorm Marlin, .Ice Guttierez, lxent Dunkelbarger, Darrin Johnston Pal
lynch, Marcel Cole
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J. V. Basketball Team. Coach Donn Marrm, Kent Lottie, '-1
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shot of the game. But the losses to
Heritage. Cherry creek, Boulder and Mul-
len were all by a deficit of lO points. ln the
games of the season the Oly's
to win two of their last three
games. The first game was against the
Regis Raiders, the Oly's were ahead by as
many as 23 points, but in the second half
the Raiders closed the gap to as little as
one. ln the closing seconds of the game
the Raiders had a traveling violation that
secured the victory. They easily won
their next two games and earned the
once again play the Cherry Creek
the first round of the district
For the fourth year in a row the Oly's
lost their first round playoff game. But
this defeat didn't follow the style of past
seasons. For the first half the Oly's
played their best basketball of the season
and carried a three point lead into the
locker room. ln the second half the Bruins
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overpowered Gateway with strong
rebounding and good outside shoot-
ing. Cherry Creek went on to a 63 to
Gateway finished the season with
a somewhat disappointing record of
9-lO. For next season Coach Brinsko
expects a rebuilding season with
only one returning senior. Brinsko
hopes to find some height for the
upcoming seasons and return Gate-
way to among the top teams in the
It was a learning experience for
first year coach Don Martin and the
players of the S3-84 junior varsity
basketball team. Because of a lack
of junior players, Martin made no
cuts for the team. At times the
team was forced to play with only
eight people and once the team was
forced to play with only four play-
ers in the fourth quarter.
"Our biggest problem was the outside shot"
Sr, Marcel Cole jumps the tip for the Olys.
Wins 6 Loss ll
G.H.S. Team Played OPP.
54 Lakewood 66
54 Thornton 60
51 Loveland 60
49 Poudre 50
58 Central 47
53 Hinkley 39
66 Littleton 65
53 Heritage 75
58 Hinkley 60
60 Cherry Creek 68
55 Fairview 59
36 Arapahoe 75
74 Smoky Hill 54
53 Boulder 62
55 Mullen 79
34 Regis Sl
64 Central 65
67 Overland 53
lace finish in the
ment Team leaders
Dave Yevche-lc and
The Fr. A team
familiar the game. Six of our
Lack Of Height Hurts
had a much easier
a record of 7 3
s ad started the season well but en-
Because of a
scheduling neither of
were eligible for
season we a base
Wins I2 Loss 4
Wins 6 Loss 6
L if zleton
place tournament finish
Team Played OPP.
G.H.S. Team Played OPP,
65 Central 68
48 Hinkley 32
45 Smoky Hill 50
40 Overland 35
46 Mullen 56
37 Regis 40
60 Rangeview 45
65 Cenlral 62
55 Smoky Hill 47
40 Cherry Creek 26
65 Hinkley 46
Wins 8 Loss 4
Smok y Hill
City Champs Prevail
After ten years as head coach, Ron
England handed the wrestling program
over to Bob Nelson. The first season
proved to be very successful for coach
Nelson. Before the start of the season,
Nelson expected the Oly's to beat Au-
rora Central, to place third in league,
and second in districts. He accom-
plished one of these goals, that being
the win over Central.
The 83-84 season proved to be a
year of surprise for the team. The first
was the return of Cris Maes to the Oly
team, after a year absence with an-
other school, The next was losing Jr.
Paul Padilla to ineligibility. Probably
the biggest surprise was the success
of I85 pounder Mike Lovell and
heavyweight Robert Pratt.
The team started the season out
with a fifth place finish in their very
own Oly invitational wrestling tourna-
ment. The team continued to do will at
regular season with an 8-3-l record.
The next step for the Oly wrestlers
was the two day district tournament
held at Gateway high school. The team
placed fifth at districts, sending three
wrestlers to state. Heavyweight Rob-
ert Pratt was the only Oly champion to
go to state. During Districts, Senior
Mike Lovell placed second in the l85
pound class, thus giving him a shot at
state. Senior Pete I-lallsten. who placed
third in districts won his wrestleback
match, therefore allowing him to wres-
tle in the state meet. A shock came to
the Oly team when D6 pounder .lohn
Fountain, places second in districts,
but lost his wrestleback match, leaving
him unable to wrestle in state.
"This years team is outstanding"
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season. Padilla had a disap-
finish in districts. Chip Senter
who was the only Oly wrestler in the
tenth grade, finished well for only be-
ing a sophomore. Geoff Chadwick had
a rough season this year but did wres-
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Lovell had the best season in his
tling career. He ended his season
an undefeated record. But iost
matches in state. Robert Pratt was
probably the most valuable wrestler on
the team. He came through when he
needed to. He kept the team from
ing a match. The over all out look on
the Oly team was that they were out-
standing but did not develop to its ful'
"We would have had a better team if more people went out
the past three seasons Chuck tered is
has been the coach of the Gate classes. But
ell at the state
very popular Grooms. Girls led by Stephanie Pa
ln the past three seasons both the lumlo, Angie Lancaster and state plac
and the girls have placed In e ers Lisa Natamele, Cidnie Doley Sally
at the state tournaments The Handen and Tracy Myers
Now II s very popular"
l983 Team scores
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i983-84 Power lifting team.
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Coach Chuck Mills tells
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1984 Boys Swim Team: TOP RIGHT: Coach Gary Gustafson, Mike Gilmor,
Kevin Isason, Chris Todd, Rusty Howard, Dean Donk, Mgr, Stuart Poryer.
BOTTOM: Steve Nawrocki. Pat Gilmor. Mike Sargent, Jeff Neary, Craig
Revels, Pat Patterson, Ray Phua, Jeff Britigan, Mike Nawrocki.
The hidden star behind Gateway High School swim
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It was an interesting and challeng-
ing experience," according to first
year coach Jan Weeks. Even though
the team struggled to a 3-7 league re-
cord and a 4-I4 record overall
After reaching the state playoffs
last season everyone had high expec-
tations for the Oly's, but as it turned
out it was a year of rebuilding. With
only five returning Seniors on the team
they found experience for substitu-
tions was one of their biggest prob-
lems. Another problem that hurt in the
later stages was the lack of discipline
among some members which only
caused problems for the coach and the
other team members. The highlight of
the season came as a win over Over-
land in league play. Domination on the
offensive boards by Tonya Walters
and good team defense forced the
Trailblazers to take bad shots from the
outside. Standout players were Tonya
Cordova, Kathy Sterns and Jrs. Lisa
Norberg and the team's leading scorer
Tonya Walters. Denise Wiggs, Sherry
Eaglin, Kim Poole, and Kathryn Stearns
were returning with Varsity exper-
ience. After playing under last years
head coach Pat Harrison, the Seniors
found many differences this year.
Juniors Tonya Walters and Lisa Nor-
berg rounded out the returning Varsi-
ty team which had past Varsity exper-
ience. Walters, after coming off a
good season, contributed her skill to
the not-so-successful Oly's. The Olys
iost 2 consecutive games by l point due
to poor strategy.
New additions this year were Deb-
bie Davis, Wilma Abalos, and Taunya
The Olys still has a chance to make
Districts but needed a win in the last
game against Heritage and with the
loss of standout Sherry Eaglin the Ea-
gles were just too much for the Lady
With five returning players for next
season the girls hope to turn their sea-
son around. Members of the Varsity
and Junior Varsity team agreed that
this was a season in which they
learned a great deal, we always had
togetherness and played with team-
work," replied coach Weeks on the
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Varsity Girls Basketball
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31 Columbine 44
24 Northglenn 55
27 Thonton 5 7
25 Hinkley 65
42 Arapahoe 38
36 Central 45
36 Overland 54
29 Hinkley 55
21 Fairview 61
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47 Smoky Hill 48
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The JV girls basketball team encoun'
ered many problems., With first year
coach Sheri Colgan, the girls finished
season with a disappointing season
4 and IS. The biggest problem the
irls encountered was a lack of exper-
ience among team members. With
of the girls returning for next
season they hope to become one of the
top teams in the league.
The Soph. Basketball season went
better. lnexperience was once
again a problem for the girls, but things
improved throughout the season. For
the first IO games the girls went 5 and
5 and in the last 6 went 5 and l. "The
girl's played very well through the sea-
son and in the tournament. We fin-
ished better than l expected." said
head coach Sheri Colgan. Outstanding
players were DeShawn Walker, Liz
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Many Freshman went out for basket-
ball this year at Gateway. Four of them
were moved up to the Sophomore
team. Three others were placed on the
JV team and two of them played on
the Varsity. The Freshman team still
had a pretty good season, coached by
first year coach Sherri Albrect.
One of the problems the team faced
was practice times. Finally, the team
settled on 'LI5-8:30 p.m. every evening
at Aurora Hills Middle School. Games
were played in the Gateway gym.
Practicing in one gym and playing in
another presented special home court
Team members included Laura Her-
tle, Andie Allen, Amy Johnson Andrea
Phua, Kim Triolo, Dawn Triolo, Rochelle
Jackson, Kim Epps, and Pam Hoffing.
"The season went well, although we started out inexperienced."
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40 Littleton 39
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school with much enthusiasm and nev-
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tried out in the spring of l982, this was
the first year that Sophomores were
allowed to try out with the Juniors and
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Poms the squad had to work harder
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Senior class officers. Vernon Clark, Melissa Bunney, Heidi Thigpen, and Joyce Davis.
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Friends, fun, and memories. These
words best described our I2 years of
school. Our elementary days were care-
free, and easy. During these years we
began making friends that would last us
through our high school lives. After the
days of long lunches and recesses were
over, came middle school. The two years
we spent there we really grew up and
learned the facts of life. Members of the
opposite sex began looking better, and
we became in contact with that unpopu-
lar fad, homework.
Ninth grade came too soon as we got a
chance to see the 'real world'. Gateways
size amazed us and so did the Seniors.
Our Fr. year we elected President-
Taunya Cordova, Vice-President-Trish
Davis, Secretary-Naree Jones, and Trea-
surer-Joyce Davis. Our Count and Count-
ess for homecoming were Pete Halsten
and Deana Chamberlain.
Our Soph. year was filled with firsts.
Gateway won its first homecoming game
in six years, and our Soph. football team
won Centennial League Champions. Our
elected officers were President- Rick
Schmitz, Vice-President- Vernon Clark,
Secretary- Dave Chrzan, and Treasurer-
Jenny Prescott. Andre Martin and Deana
Chamberlain were crowned Duke and
Dutchess for our homecoming game. We
were also the most spirited and together
During our Junior year was a time when
we had to start cracking down on home-
work and begin thinking about college
prep. courses. ACT's, SAT's, and PSAT's
were beginning to sound like more of a
reality than a dream. Our homecoming
royalty was Andre Martin and Joyce Da-
vis. Our class officers, President-Melissa
Bunney, Vice-President- Heidi Thigpen,
Secretary- Craig Revels, and Treasurer-
Joyce Davis put on a fantastic prom,
which was held at the Denver Hilton,
Our Senior year was filled with either
college courses, required courses, or
easy, blowoff classes. Our officers were
President- Joyce Davis, Vice-President-
Vernon Clark, Secretary- Heidi Thigpen
and Treasurer- Melissa Bunney. Our year
was totally different from any year at
Gateway. Many new policies and prob-
lems arose. The fight over our mascot,
and the olympic rings started up, as we
fought to keep our school name. Towards
the end of April we looked back at the
four years gone by and wondered where
all the time had gone. lt seemed like just
yesterday we were playing on the play-
ground at school, passing off the dreaded
disease- Kooties. Soon we would be
graduated and finally on our own. For
some of us, getting out of high school
meant going to college, or starting a full
time job. But no matter what we did after
we got out of school, the past four years
that we spent at Gateway high would
never be forgotten, and Gateway high
would never forget us, the Class of l984l
Chris A chenbach
Kathy A chenbach
L arr y Allen
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Robert Brianne Jr.
Srs. relax and talk over
the days activities.
Srs. Glenn Meshko,
Mike Mondhlnk, Troy
Lelker, and Tom
Riester look forward to
graduation as Jrs.
Robert Lanphier and
David Lewis look on.
Sr, Greg Lee looks up from his pottery for a quick
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Athletics were David Fields' forte.
David played Varsity Tennis all four
years and was honored by being voted
Most Valuable Player. David notes, "l
think what l try to prove most of all is,
Gateway can have good athletes with-
out playing football or basketball. l also
try to put enthusiasm into other small-
er sports that don't get so much pub-
Iicity or respect as the big sports, even
though they are now the best sport
Gateway has." Besides Tennis, he par-
ticipated in Varsity Baseball for three
Outside of school in his spare time,
David enjoys weight lifting and watch-
ing College Basketball and his favorite
show "Leave It To Beaver." David
wants to enroll at the University of
New Mexico or UNC and study Jour-
nalism or Criminal Justice.
I 72 Senior Hall of Fame
Melissa Bunney took an active role
at Gateway. Her involvement spanned
from Student Government to Varsity
Track. Melissa held several offices
which included Senior Class Treasurer,
Junior Class President, and Secretary
of National Honor Society. Melissa's
busy schedule left her with very little
spare time but also earned her recog-
nition for her many contributions. Me-
lissa was awarded the Masonic Lodge
Outstanding Achievement Award and
was the recipient of United States Na-
tional Merit Awards for both Leader-
ship and Student Government. Melissa
enjoyed passing her few free moments
by taking in a Monty Python show or
just being lazy.
Melissa really wants to enroll in
Knox College in lllinois but will prob-
ably study teaching at UNC. Melissa is
particularly interested in teaching
middle school because, "I want to help
the little brats be less of a jerk than l
was." Besides teaching, Melissa also
looks forward to someday getting mar-
ried and raising a family.
During his four years at Gatewa
Ron Fano managed to become active
a wide variety of sports and still mai
tain a 3.7 GPA. Ron participated
Football for all four years, Baseball f
two and Powerlifting. He also belongs
to the Boy's Basketball Club and was
member of National Honor Society.
the course of his Senior year, Ron w
pleased to hold the position of Defe
sive Signal Caller for the Varsity Foo
Ron has big plans for his futur
After studying Pre-Law at CU followi
by Law School, Ron has his goal set ft
becoming District Attorney. Besid
work and school, Ron enjoys watchii
his favorite team the Philadelphia S
enty-Sixers. To future Hall-of-Fam
Ron leaves this bit of advice, "Peo
in high school should try to avoid tl
in-crowd and be themselves."
Holding the office of Senior Class President, Captain of the
heerleading Squad and Homecoming Queen were only a few
f the many achievements of Joyce Davis. During Joyce's
our years at Gateway, she was very active in Student Gov-
lernment as Freshman Class Secretary and Junior Class Trea-
:urer and also in Girls Track where she lettered all four years.
'or her involvement Joyce has earned recognition by receiv-
ng a United States Cheerleading Achievement Award, Na-
ional Leadership and Services Award and being listed in
Who's Who Among American High School Students.
Outside of school activities, Joyce enjoys collecting pins
including her famous Buckwheat pinj and listening to New
ave Music. In addition she also lists the unauthorized sales
f MSM's and watching her favorite soaps, "General Hospi-
al" and "All My Children," among her many hobbies. Joyce
Llans to attend college and possibly pursue a major in tele-
Michael Lichtwardt's high school years were very active,
especially in Marching Band where he lettered three times.
Maintaining a 4.0 grade point average and being first in the
class, gave Mike recognition at Gateway. He was nominated
for Outstanding Young American and for the Elks Club
Award. Michael's involvement in school includes, Stage Band,
Mu Alpha Theta, and National Honor Society. In Band he plays
the Saxophone in first chair. Some of Michael's hobbies are,
collecting stamps, drawing, and working with computers.
ln the future, Michael would like to attend the Air Force
Academy and study Architectural Engineering. He believes
that, "You have to set your goals in life, and do everything
that you can to attain them."
Individuals l 73
When Susan Ward came to Gateway
from Maryland during her Junior year,
she started getting involved in activi-
ties, such as Student Government,
Peer Counseling, and Close-Up. Some
of Susan's favorite hobbies are horse-
back riding, playing tennis, and listen-
ing to all kinds of music.
Susan has big plans for her future.
After high school she would like to at-
tend CU and wants to take a dual ma-
jor in lnternational Affairs and French.
Susan's philosophy of life is, "You
have to work hard at everything you
I 74 Senior Hall of Fame
"Keep your feet on the ground but
keep reaching for the stars," was Hei-
di Thigpen's advice to future upper-
Secretary of the Senior Class, Na-
tional Honors Society, and Mu Alpha
Theta, were some of Heidi Thigpen's
activities. During Heidi's time at Gate-
way, she was very active in athletics
such as Cross Country for four years,
Varsity Soccer, and Gymnastics. Heidi
also expressed her creative side, she
was involved with the Thespians and a
member of the Athenians. Besides her
activities in school, she also enjoys lis-
tening to music, especially Culture
Club, dancing, and watching Monty
Python. After High School, Heidi plans
to follow a unique course of study in
the performing arts outside of Colora-
do Qacross the Atlantic Ocean in Eng-
landj. ln closing, Heidi wants all to re-
member that, "For all of you who don't
believe me, l am going to marry Boy
George and you're not invited to the
Jeff Girkin proved himself as a
achiever at Gateway, both in spor
and in academics. During his time
high school, he participated in Varsil
Football, Basketball, and Baseball a
four years. He received seven Varsi'
letters, three in Baseball, two in Ba
ketball, and two in Football. To go wi'
all this, Jeff maintained a 3.82 grac
point average and was involved in N
Alpha Theta, National Honor Societ
and President of the Boy's Basketb.
Jeff plans to enroll in college aft,
high school and study in the field 1
Electrical Engineering and Computi
Programming. .leff's advice to the f
ture upperclassmen is, "Champions ai
not common people. Champions a
champions because they do things lo
ers refuse to do."
"Pay attention to your classes, but don't take them too
riously it'll give you high blood pressure," was the philos-
hy of Vernon Clark.
l Vernon was involved with numerous extracirricular activi-
es which included Varsity Football, Thespians, Science Fic-
on Fantasy Club, Speech Club, Student Government, and
Enior Class Vice-President. English and Drama were his
vorite classes. Vernon appeared in the productions of
ypsy," "Romeo and Juliet," "The Miser," "Over Here,"
d "Tell Me That You Love Me Junie Moon" and was voted
ost Improved Actor of '82, Acting played a large part in
'ernon's life, and after attending the University of Wyoming
nd serving in either the Air Force or Navy, he is considering
career in the theatre.
Graduating second in the class was not enough for Katy
Westcott. In addition to academics, Katy also exceled in
athletics and club involvement. Katy was a member of the
Varsity Volleyball team for three years and received Honor-
able Mention All-League Volleyball in her Junior and Senior
years. A three year member of Latin Club and Mu Alpha
Theta, Katy held the office of President in both clubs. She
also belonged to National Honor Society and Ski Club. Katy
name appeared in Who's Who Among American High School
Students, and she was awarded a United States National
Leadership Merit Award.
Katy's sense of humor helped her get over difficult obsta-
cles, the common phrase "knock on wood" was replaced by
"knock on plaster" when Katy spent six months of her Soph-
omore year in a body cast. After graduating from Gateway,
Katy plans to attend CU or possibly an out-of-state college
and study electrical engineering and is considering entering
into Hi-Tech research.
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love Gateway pins
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The Sophomore class started the year off
right with winning the award of Best Overall
float for the homecoming parade. This was the
first time in the schools history that an under-
ciass had won the Best Overall award. which is
usually awarded to the Seniors. This yearsioffi-
ears were Brian Winklbaur, President, Gina
Park, Vice'President, Michelle Linenburger,
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Mr. Scott shows how proud he is to be an
Mr. Hrinsko. Mr. Vedra, and Mr. Maries go
over the last infinite delalls before they begin
Marvel William- Clerical
I Cindy Ackman- Clerical
Joyce Johnson- Clerical
Boots Johnston- Clerical
Bonnie Koslosk y- Clerical
Beverly Limes- Clerical
Marilyn lindsay- Clerical
Bonnie Macleod- Clerical
Jo Spoor- Clerical
Jean Steffenn Clerical
Kathy Wendler- Clerical
lndn idual5 ll!
British Lizerature, Humanities, English 2,
Pam Butterworth. A
Gary Capra- Orchestra, Pianv. Stage.
Advanced English 4
Ca varra Flag
Mrs. Kadleck leads a sing a long at a FCA
, , , :hex
Mr. Suby lakes time out to relax
while his class studies.
Boots Johnston and Mrs. Wagner
Edward Cooperrider- Calculas, Geometry,
Woodworking l-3, Generalx
Sallee DeGarmo- Counselor
Demski- Archery, Volleyball, Aerobics,
Ra y Te
Vi Dodds- Nurse
General Physical Education
clinical Drawing. Auto
Joe Donahue- Algebra. Geometry, Business
oerkin- English I. Language 5 Composition.
Science Fiction. Developmental Reading.
Honors English 3
Thomas English 2. Science Fiction,
'ure of the American West,
Readingfinglish Skills 2
Jerry -quetball. Basketball,
1 Training, General Physical
Marlene Heintz- Developmenial Reading,
Reading, Essay 5 Research, English I.
David Hill- Chemistry, Computer
Dallas Hilliar- Introduction to Social Studies
Scarlett Horn- American Literature, English 2,
Language E Composition, Honors English 3
Jane Ina- Readingfwriting Skills, Amer H
Childrens, Coniemporary, American Wes!
4, ,, ,
Mr. Mattes explains the 'ring' problem to the
Mr, Deseleins demonstrates the proper
techniques on a distributor tester.
rr- Contemporary Living.
fssen- Earth Science, Colorado
Jhnson' Language S Composition,
freative Writing, Science Fiction
ek- English 2, Speech, Forensics,
Language S Composition, Childrens
e' Geometry. Business Math.
:inf Introduction to Social Studies,
Centuries- 205. 305. 405. 505, 605.
fe- Biology. Physical Science
coin' U.S. History, Introduction to
Mr. Hilliar trys not to get lost in the crowd as
he peps up the team.
Mr. Harter and a student talk over good
Hope Neergaard- Contemporary Living, Food
Fundamentals, Creative Foods, Clothing Funda-
mentals 5 Creative Clothing
Robert Nelson- Expiore Business, Accounting
Nicoletti- Drawing. Sculpture. Jewelry
Joe Novak- Geography
William Ott- Honors Geometry. Algebra 2
Marietta Peters- Counselor
Barbara Peterson- English 2, Essay 6 Research,
Humanities. American Literature
Nancy Phelps- Reading! Writing Skills, English I,
Barbara Roddick- Introduction to Social Studies,
Larry Reed- Algebra. Fundamentals Math, Math-
Rossman' Theatre Arts. Introduction to
Arts, TV Production
Salazar- Typing, Business l.2, Personal Fi-
nance, Business Machines
Marilyn Schadt- Shorthand
Jonathan Suby- Man Made
Linda Symank- English as
Susan Tobiska- T
220 facult y
Pamela Turner- Biology
Lorraine Viall- Mathematics I. Algebra 2,
Trigonometry. Math Analysis
Mr. Berger is Caught unexpectedly as he
leaves his class after the bell.
Litschel demonstrates how to correctly use
paper cutter to his art class.
Vic Zaragoza- Counselor
Martha Wagner- Contemporary Living, Food
Fundamentals. Child Development
Sandy Wardell- Biology
Joanie Warden- Swimming, Jogging, Field
Hockey. General Physcial Education
Delores Warnecke- Earth Science,
Reading,fWriting Skills. English,f'Compositton-
Jeanette Weeks- Softball, Fencing, Volleyball,
General Physical Education
Fred Wheeler- Choirs. Chorus. Piano, Guitar
lore Wiggins- French
Kim Wilkerson- Algebra. Geometry,
Charles Woodward- U.5. History. Psychology.
Ed Wright- Essay 5 Research, Mass
Communications, English I. Bible and Childrens
Literatures. Olympiad Advisor
lndtx iduals 22
Keep On Cleaning
Gateway would be lost without the I4
custodians that worked here both day
and night. The head custodian was
Charles Turner, a retired Air Force Non
Commission Officer. He had lived here
since i963 and has four daughters that
went to Gateway at one time. He said he
likes working at Gateway and for the
number of kids that went here the work
isn't that hard, it's just a challenge. He
said the rules that the kids had here
aren't that strict and that was the only
thing he's not used to.
Earnie Rowe, Warren Burrell, Nathan
Stranes, Wally Nass, and Susan Marrier
were the other daytime custodians. They
agreed that gum, ink on the wails. tobacf
co juice and ground in food on the floor
were the hardest things to clean up. They
thought the students should have real-
ized that the food could attract ants.
Gateway was very proud to have all
fourteen of the custodians. They made
the home of the Olympians' more Eike a
Charles Turner. Earnest Rowe. Front row Wally Nass.
Wally Nass takes time to wash out his sponge
before continuing to clean.
Custodians talk before they take out trash.
Our school cooks are: back row Sandi Stanfield, Antia Groshart, Jean Nelson. Mary Nein, Edith
Moriarty. and Judy Vanmeter. Front Row lnez Armentrout, Kumi Davis, Sandra Smith, and Mary
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One of the cooks prepares to serve
lndi n lduals 223
1 it Tony Scott, and Dan
A I , .
Editor in Chief
Layout and Copy
Da ve Darrough
Design 5 Art
the following Mr and Mrs Ralph Fritz Joe Pa
quet Denise Race Bernie .laster Marge Bi own
Pat Patterson Janet Brovsky all the staff par
ents and a special thanks to Mr Bill Holstein
The Olympiad staff would like to give thanks to
224 Yearbook Staff
i984 Yearbook staff: Front
row: Suzanne Fritz, Joe
Guttieriez, David Fields,
Kolene McCoy and Ronie
Barber. Center row: Ed
Wright Dave Darrough
Erika Richmond .leri
Boyd Tressie Goodson
Val Camarigg Paul Padilla
Troisi. Back row: Darrell
Kowalski, Mike Moffitt
Norah Lucas Robin
Graham Dorie Lovato
Tonya Sigler, and Dawn
Sr, Norah Lucas looks through other schools
yearbooks for new ideas.
Sr. David Fields works on drawing layouts for
the sports section.
Yearbook staff members relax and talk while
they ha ve a break.
Advisor Ed Wright smiles after completing the
Editor sr Suzanne Frnz w
orks on Sr. copy, while Sr. Joe Gutrlerlez helps.
'aim , ff
"This years yearbook is the best
ever in terms of style and graphics",
quoted '84 Olympiad Editor Suzanne
Fritz. Time, effort, and teamwork
summed up the days in putting togeth-
er the yearbook. "Teamwork," advisor
Ed Wright said, "is the key to produc-
ing a quality yearbook". The yearbook
staff had indeed more teamwork this
year, but was not without its problems.
Late deadlines due to lack of pictures
were common. "On most deadlines we
had all layouts, and copy done a week
early, but would come up with empty
excuses by photographers when we
asked for pictures", were Suzanne
Fritz's thoughts. Another problem this
year was the fight over the use of the
Olympic rings. We sent in some pages
with the rings on them. Jostens, our
publishers, wouldn't print the material
unless we received permission from
the Olympic committee. They turned
us down, but we fought and won. The
Olympic rings and name Olympians
could be used until l986. The Yearbook
staff met daily during 6th hour, and
put in extra hours some weekends. Ev-
eryone on the staff received an elec-
tive credit and grade for the class.
Grades were based on the work done
for each deadline and if the deadlines
were indeed met. Suzanne Fritz
summed up the year with these feel-
ings, "Its been a challanging and fun
year, alot of hard work has been put in,
and l'm sure l've made many enemies."
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Abbott, April .... .... , . .,.
Ackerman, Shellie L
Adair, DanieA ,. ., . . , .
Albert IV, William R .. ,
Allen. Andrea S . .
Allen. Thomas C ,,..
Anderson, David G
Anderson. Phyllis A
Andreatta. Shelly A
Anfield, Michele L
Archer, Mark A . .
Arguelles, Beverly D
Ashby. Simone R ,...
Ashion, Ron K .....
Badolato, Anthony C .,... .,.,
Baker, David D . ,. ..., ,..
Baker. Michael J . , .
Balint, Kaye D ,.,
Ballard, Jeffrey T , .
Ballard, Lisa ..,.,.
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Bane, Cheryl R ..,.....,...,. .
Banks. Morris M ,....
Barber. DeanH . 28, l02, IOS. 202,
Barker, Staci D ,. .,., ,.,., , .
Baughn. Kimberly A
Beavers, Christy M . ll6, II7, lI8. II9, 205,
Becker, Susan B ,
Bell. Tricia K ., ,. .,.,. IOS. Il5.
Bellante, Heather M
Bemelen, Mia E , . .
Benner. Holly A . ,
Bennett. Paul S ,.,.,
Berhorst, Stanley T
Beveridge. Mark .
Bevms. Shelley R , .
Bishop. Ernest E . , .
Bireler. Jeff . ,,
Bixler. Jeffrey J . ..
Blackburn. Gale .
Boice. Tina M ,. .
Bonsall, Cynthia R ,
Booker. Ben D , .
Boyd, Samuel C
Boyle. Jamie P ,
Bradford, Brandy E
Brianne. Lisa L .
Brlcco, Andrea , . . .
Brink, Steven P ...,.
Brothers, Michelle B
Broughton, William C
Brown, Billy M . ,.
Brown. Daniel G . ,
Brown, Wesley L
Bruce. Alisa L . , . . .
Brueggeman, Kristine K
Bruley. David T . . .
Bryant. Clayton B . ,.
Buckley, Matthew W
Buholz, Lisa M
Bungay, David L . , .
Burke, Drue R . .
Burns, Michael S ,. ,
Burr. Lisa E .,. .
Bush, Gregory S , . ,
Byg, Robert B .. .
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II2, I24, I25
Cambronne, Carla J
Canaday. Michelle M
Carlson, Marcus W
Castellani, Paul M . ,
Castro, Rhonda F , .
Chappell. Mark G . ,
Chavez, Daniel E .
Chavez, Renee K ,
Cherry, Richard B
Chiles. Leander K . ,
Chot, Song Hut
Christine. Amy L ..
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Clayton, Kelly S ,. . 204
Clemente, Stephanie . , , . .
Coleman, Mary E . . . 204
Coles, DC Rudell . , . , . . , .
Conrad, Robert L . . .
Cook, Robert J ,. ,., 204
Corbin, Lawrence , . , 204
Cordova, Jodie L .,,. . .,.,. . , 204
Cornell, Linda D .. . , . ,. l4S, 204
Cottle. Joseph B , 18. l02, IOS. 204, I24, I25
Craig. Christine ,.. .,., . 204
Craig. K Steven , , 204, 26
Craig. Steven D . . 26
Craugh, Linda E . , . 26
Crockette, Vanessa . ,. . . 26
Croff, Kenneth D ,. .. 26
Crowley. Gordon T . , . 205
Cunico, Catherine . . 26
Cunningham, Sheldon A . , .. , 26
Currier, Michael A , IOS, 26
Darrough. Jeffrey L , . , 74, 205
Davis, Henry lll . . , . .. ,
Davis. Rebecca L . , l4S, 26
Deatley. Rebecca D Il8. II9, 26
Delgado. David G . 205. 2II, 208
Dellinger, Marshall S . , 26
Delossantos, Jonathan . . , . I03
Deremiah, Brandt I . . 26
Desimone, Michelle . , . 26
Diamond, Francis E , 26
Dias. Peter A ., ,., , 26
Dirling, Mark R . 26
Dix. Karen A . 205
Domyslawski. Sharon M . IIS, 26
Duncan, Scott , . . , . 26
Duong, Duc N . ,
Eastmond. Robert J 57, IO7, 26
Eberly, Chris G . . 26
Edberg, Lisa M . III. 205
Edge, Beverly S . 26
Eith. William C ,., . IOS. 26
Ellis, Leroy L ...,., . . IOS
Engelkirk, Pamela L 28, Il5. 26
Engholm, Jeffrey H . . 26
Enoch, Dwayne T .
Epps, Kimberly A , .
Errebo, Anne E 28, 26. l43
Fahey. Julie A . . . 26
Fannon, Donald Jr 86, 26
Fano. Steven J . , 205
Farmer, Steven L , ,
Fehlberg, Kevin M 26
Feller. Kevin T , . . 26
Fernandez, William K . 205
Fields, Andrea M . ,
Fladen. Lisa M , , . 26
Flink. Elizabeth . ,.
Flinn. Susan D ,. . . 26
Ford, Shane E
Fossey, Mark D IOS, 205
Frederick. Jude J . . 26
Frederick Jr, Danny C . 26
Frlcke, Derron J . IOS, 205
Gaimara, Patrick g 205
Galicki, Michael J
Galloway, Alicia C
Galloway, Rebecca M . 26
Garcia, Michaela Y , 26
Garrett, Kimberly A , , .
Garrison, Angela M 205
Gibbens, Thomas P IOS, 26
Gill. Adam R , 26
Gillis. Angela M . 205
Gilmor. Kathleen M 90. 26
Gtlmor, Michael S
Gnose. Todd I 26
Gomez, Daniel E . l08
Clark, Teresa .. .
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Goodteacher. Brian P . . 206
Graham, Carolyn A , , . . , 206
Grant. Paul B ..
Greeson. James R
Gruenke. David G
Grove, Michael J
Guthals, Mark S ,
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Hahn. Scott , . .
Haight. Brenda S
Haley, William A ,
Hamilton. Janet A
Hamlet. Lynda T .
Harris, Jennifer M
Hart, Misty J ,..
Hart. Sandra L
Hayes. Jeffrey L
Heffernan, Brian J
Hein. Garth R . ,
Helmke, Steven J
Henry, Matthew T
Hertel, Laura M .
Hinkle. Shannon W
Hinshaw, Kevin A
Hoffman, Lorel L
Hofing, Pamela .
Holder, William T
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Hovermale, Philip A ,.., . .
Howard, Russell G
Howard. Valerie M
Howell. Lisa M
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Ishmon, Joseph E
Ivey. Candido E
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Jacop, Cindy F .
Jendro, Brenda C
Johnson. Steven G
Jones, Latonya D
Justice, Michael A
IOS, 26. lS6, I25
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Kafer, Teresa M . 206
Kelleher. Lartsa M . 26
Kelley, Michael S 5l, IOS. 26
Kim. Scott J 26
Kim, Son-Hut 26
Kim. Yoon D 206
Kindred, Kimala A 26
Kisicki, Heidi N , . 296
Kline, Veronica L . , 26
Knauber, Michelle L , 26
Knecht. Gustav F 63. IOS
Kndl, Jeff I24
Krekow. Martin C I24
Kubick. Chris J IOS
Kuncl, Blake A . 26
Kusner. Jennifer L , .
Labertew. Robert S IOS, 206
Lang, Donald F . 26
Lang. Richard A . IOS. XB
Lardent. D Scott . 1 206
Larson. Terrlca C , . 206
Lasich, Debbie A . 207
Latino, Leslie J II4, IIS, 207
Lee, Joel A 207
Leller, Stacy E . IOS
Leger. Christopher 207
Lehto. John P 28, 207. l29
Lewandowski, Dawn M 207
Lewis, David E . I49
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Lewis. Gregory A , ,
Liggett. Kimberley . .
Linehan, Timothy P
Lopez. Julie .
Lovell, Jill A , ,
Luethe, Tanya C . ,
Lund, Michael J . .
Lund, Wendy M .
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Mackay, Steven M .
Madrid. Richard S ,
Maestas, Angela R .
Magnusson. Elaine .
Mahaffey, Kimberly D
Malaicht, John A .
Malone. Jonetta M
Manchion. Michelle M
Manfre, Martial G
Manzanares, Derek J
Marcelja, Ronda M
Marr, David J Jr .
Marrero, Elon G .
Martinez, Danny M
Mason, Cinque J . .
Masterson, Nora A
Masterson. Timothy J
Matero. Jon V , , ,
Maze, William A .
McCallister, Scott E
McCoy. Kollene S
McCulloch, Melissa A
McFaIIs, David L .
Mckinzle. Stephen M
McKone. Sabrina M
McLendon, Robert J
McNitt, Laura J .,
Meeker. Gregory E .
Meredith. M Cliff
Meyer, Troy L , ,
Miconi, Scott D .
Miller. Julie A
Miller, Mark R
Mitchell, Jason D
Monell. Kathy S
Moreno. John H
Morgn. David F
Morgan, Patrick M .
Mosley, James C
Mueller. Bradley G .
Muheim. Andrew P
Mulling, Rainelle L
Murphy, Scottie L
Mustain. Gregory A
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207. 2Il, I24.
Navarro, Raul Il
Nelson, Eric D
Nelson, Lori G
Nelson, Richard A
Nelson, Scott A
Nere. Jonathan M
Newton. Chris A ,
Nguyen, Hien T . .
Nguyen, Hoang T
Nguyen. Nguyen V 202.
Nicholson. Kelly L
Noell. Jeff E l03.
Norberg, Suzanna L , Il8, II9,
Nuckolls, Gregory L
O'Brlen, Timothy S 208
O'Connor, Dawn M
Oliver, Bruce W 209
Orth, Joann 209
Orth, Julie A . 209
Paddy. Amp p p 208
Page, Kerith E 208, S9
Palumbo, Vincent L I03, 208
Pankoll, Jodi L 208
Panning, Melissa A 208
Bond. Edward A , , .
Parker. Jennifer M
Parker, Michelle M
Parker Stuart E .
Parnell. Pauline C .
Patent. Angela . , .
Peddy, Amy R . . .
Pelot. James M . .
Penberthy. Erin L
Penner. Kimberly M
Pesch. Troy C . . ,
Phua, Andrea . .
Pint. Daniel J ..,.
Piper. Jeffrey B .
Porter. Stacey L . .
Prescott. Amy L ,
Price. Jamie H . .
Proctor. Michael J
Prok, Dean L ,...
Quinn, Arica P ..,.,.,. .,... I ll, 209
Quintana. Diane .. .. ,. .,. I3, l98
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Randolph. Ethel . ,
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Rausch. John M . ,
Ray. David G ,.
Read, Dana L . . .
Reed, James J . , .
Reed, Larry . . .
Reisig, Lori L ...,
Remus, David S . . .
Renner, Kimberly D
Reynolds, Timothy J
Rhoads. Angela E
Richards, Sloane L
Richey. Anthony R
Ridgway. Michelle R
Riley. Dinee M ....
Rivera. Josette R . .
Roberts. Charles ,
Roberts. Robby D .
Robinson, Darrell K
Robison. Dee A . .
Rockwood. Dean M
Rodga. Darryl . . .
Rodgers. Darrell L
Rodriguez. Linda A
Rogers. Donald J .
Rollins. Vanessa B
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Security guards Will Tabor
and Donn Martin relax as Sr.
Kevin Van5preybroeck fills
out fee forms at registration.
The Soph. cheerleaders concentrate on a perfect mount.
Srs. Katie Wescott and Craig Spencer work steadily on their homework,
Sr. Joey Manfre and Jr. Kirk Wilson inform Sr. Tom Riester on information to give their caller.
Throughout the year at Gateway, we
gave our best in everything we attempt-
ed, we were proud and spirited, we went
for the gold!
During the pep assemblies, we showed
our spirit. At home games we came to
support our team and cheer them on to
victory. Our cheerleaders and Water Buf-
faloes followed the teams around the
state as they strove to climb to the top.
The clubs at Gateway this year grew
bigger with more members, continued
support, and exciting activities. New
clubs were reorganized such as the Pep
and Ski clubs. Our clubs won state recog-
nition and many awards at various com-
Newly added intramural sports proved
a great success as Football, Volleyball,
and Basketball kept us occupied after
school. Many school associated teams
competed against each other, and they
fought hard during the championships.
These sports had boys, girls, and co-ed
teams, so there was something for every-
Of course, our education was in-
creased. Classes became smaller due to
the loss of students by the opening of
Rangeview. New faculty were welcomed
in and soon became familiar with the
ways of Gateway. Our new pep assembly
schedules, half days, and days off pro-
vided well deserved breaks.
ln school activites and special pro-
grams provided us with everything we
needed to have fun. The bands kept us
entertained at various events, and gave
us music. The performances put on by the
theatre department let us expand our
knowledge of the world and ourselvs. Ev-
ery month we awaited the latest issue of
the Medallion, so we could read the
newest happenings at Gateway.
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Goeff Chadwick show
how great they think they
Students share some warmth during class.
The Varsity cheerleaders pose for a picture before the start of a basketball
244 Closing -1'
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Our classes bonded together when the
issue of losing our school mascot came
up. We stayed together and with the help
of the media coverage kept our school
mascot and name. The olympic commit-
tee felt we were hurting no one by using
it, and generously allowed us to keep it
As the year went on, our schedules be-
came more crowed with many activities
such as the Renaissancre Festival, the
Olympics, the Prom, Senior week, and all
the activities associated with the end of
school. Towards the middle of May we
slowed down and realized this had been a
great and fast year. lt seemed like just
last week we were frolicking in the leaves
and bundling up for Friday night football
games. The Freshman, Sophomores, and
Juniors looked forward to the upcoming
summer, and then to the new school year,
already planning on being the very best.
The Seniors kept busy with the Com-
mencement and Baccularete plans, and all
their crazy Senior activites. They were
anxious for graduation, but regretted
leaving behind all their friends, and the
school that they grew to love and stand
up for in times of trouble. They would
never again have to try and cram their
books, coats, gym clothes,and what ever
else would fit into the tiny lockers. They
would never again have to sit in an open
classroom and be disrupted by other
classes and the latest action going on out
in the halls. Finally, they would never
again have to hear someone say "May l
see your pass?"
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Sr. Todd Jaquith shows off his costume for the
"Annual Slob Contest",
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As Sr. Suzanne Fritz said, "This year
was my most unique and fun year, and
thats what made it so special". lt was
definately a year for winning. All the
troubles we went through to keep up our
grades, while chasing that someone spe-
cial would never be forgotten. They
would be kept inside us as terrific memo-
ries. Memories to be shared and relived
when we were again reunited with our
friends, for years and years to come.
Sr. Curtis Coates gives Gateway his best regards,
Students reluctently move to colder weather
during a fire drill.
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from his work,
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