Glendale High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)
- Class of 1987
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Look How We're Changing! A
hanges. That's what school is
about. All of us experience one
change or another during our
high school years. Whether it be in
friends or our tastes, the changes are
often for the better. Some of us change
drastically, while others change in very
small ways. Ho matter what the change
is, we have fun making the adjust-
ments. When we go to school, we all
mature and grow. We become more re-
sponsible. We make changes. When
some of us first entered high school,
we probably thought to ourselves, "I'll
always be the same as I am now." But
we don't stay the same. High school
makes us change. We may not want to,
but we do it anyway.
Changes happen in all areas of our
lives. As soon as we walk on campus at
the beginning of the school year, we
see changes in the faces that surround
us. There are new students and new
teachers as well as familiar faces that
have aged a year and perhaps changed
in sometimes subtle, sometimes dras-
tic ways. School also brings changes to
our friends and our friendships as the
years pass. We meet new people
throughout the year, while strengthen-
ing some of our old friendships and dis-
The GHS campus saw the beginnings of
many changes during '86-'87. Plans be-
gan to build new buildings and tear
down old ones, while less drastic
changes - new trash cans, a new goal
post - added to the constantly chang-
ing life at Glendale. As the campus
changed its outward appearance, so
GHS students exhibited changes in ap-
pearance through their efforts to keep
up-to-date with the latest, ever chang-
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Mike Diehl and Lea Longo take a break to discuss
Kim Koner watches Tracy Eastman perform an
Maria Delgado and Kim Trisoliere show the enthusi-
asm every cheerleader needs.
Tami LaGrow and Tessa Wardzinski pose during a
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Keep Life Interesting
hen we came to high school,
most of us figured that we
would keep our grade school
friends forever. For most of us that
wasn't true. Sure we kept in touch with
them, but we didn't really hang around
with them too much. But, on the other
hand, some people did still hang
around with their old friends, but they
experienced changes in their friend-
ships. Each of us had new friends that
we met in high school, while still main-
taining our friendships with our old
Not only have our relationships with
our friends changed, but our friends
have changed. We have seen their per-
sonalities change as they have ma-
tured. We've seen their likes and dis-
likes change from one day to the next.
We've seen friends change when they
got a boyfriend or girlfriend, and we
suddenly were not as important in the
lives of our friends as we once were. We
changed with them as we helped them
through those especially rough times
and those especially great times. Our
friendships also changed when we were
hurt by our friends, but we made up or
we moved on in our friendships.
Our friends and our friendships were
constantly changing during our time at
GHS, but the importance of our friends
in our lives was one thing that re-
Participation in sports and other school activities brings many friends
together. Football builds many lasting friendships.
Anna Cardenas and Yolanda Roja have remained good friends
through their years at GHS.
Molly Renner and Matt Martinson enjoy each other's company.
Working together as cheerleaders makes friends of Belinda Simmons
and Tiffani Gessel.
Mike Dominguez and Kenny Aneas clown around between classes.
Paul Schagl, Tony Passalaqua, Robert Meza, George Molina, Mike
Bell, and Mark Pena gather in the Y.
Stacey Peck and Holly Poulson enjoy Homecoming '86 activities.
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Tracy Travis, John Page, and Melissa Sestan find that the GHS Band
brings many friends together.
A shared interest in volleyball gets chums Christina Dominguez and
Debbie Gerace together.
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l-IS began to experience major
changes in its appearance dur-
ing '86-'87. ln the spring, the
old cafeteria, that lovely place where
we registered for school and sweated
through CRT tests, and the small,
cramped band room were torn down to
be replaced by a larger, more efficient
Other changes were less dramatic but
made a difference in the looks of Glen-
dale. Students returned in the fall to
find new floors in many rooms, new
trash cans throughout the campus,
and teachers in different rooms from
where they had been left the spring be-
fore. ln fact, almost 50 room changes
were made, leaving some students,
and some teachers, quite confused
during the first days of school. Other
campus changes included a new phone
for students outside the cafeteria, a
new goal post for the football field, and
new computers which nearly doubled
the number of computers for students
While GHS saw a lot of changes during
the year, the biggest change is prob-
ably the one that happens twice each
day. A quiet, serene campus early in
the mornings, the school comes alive
as students arrive around 7:50 and fill
the campus with laughter and fun. And
then, around 5:30, the campus returns
to its quiet self for a few hours, only to
come alive again early the next morn-
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Adam Copus tries out the new phone at the cafeteria.
Freshmen Steve Knobel, Yesenia Mesquita, Lina Luna, and
Leticia Herrera show off other newcomers to GHS - new
Mindy Hayes and Adrie Ochoa have the old cafeteria, de-
molished in the spring of '87, as a backdrop.
Students gather at the picnic tables at lunch.
Late afternoon at Glendale with no students in sight is a
quiet time on campus.
Class time it GHS when the campus is alive with the sounds
of students is a drastic change from early mornings on cam-
Band students practice outside the old band room.
Changing Fashions Bring
ashion. What's there to say
about fashion? A lot!!! The fash-
ion trends are constantly chang-
ing. They change from season to sea-
son and sometimes many times within
a season. Sometimes people spend all
their time thinking about fashion and
the new trends and what's "in,"
During a set time, there are many differ-
ent fashion trends, and they are related
to many certain groups. The "mods,"
for example, may have many different
ways to dress among the group, but by
looking at them, people can tell who
they are. Ho matter what group a stu-
dent leans toward though, fashion is
important whether it is outrageous or
conservative. Each student at GHS
made a statement about who he is and
what he likes simply by the clothes he
chose to wear.
Fashion changes don't have to be limit-
ed to clothes. Hair also made a fashion
statement. Some GHS students wore
short hair and it sometimes hung in
their faces. Others had long hair, and
this was true for guys and girls alike.
Some went to extremes, while others
stuck with the crowd.
Many of these clothing and hair styles
weren't around a few years ago, and
they won't be around a few years from
now, but this is how fashion exper-
iences changes. During '86-'87, GHS
really saw plenty of changing fashions.
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wearing basic black pants, a tank top, thin tie, and open, loose-fittingjacket. She's in a Generra
Concept sweatshirt and mini skirt.
John Moreau and Lucia Delgado demonstrate the Freshman sense of fashion with a Generra
sweatshirt and Guess pants for the guys and an over-size patterned sweater for the girls.
Anna Cardenas, Christina Dominguez, and Yolanda Rojo demonstrate the heavyjewelry look
that was a major trend at Glendale during '86-'87.
Mike Thompson and the Glendale Cardinal show what the loyal GHS fan must have in his
wardrobe - red and gold everything!
Mark Koan and Lea McQuarrie also make their fashion statement with a one-piece, midi-
length dress with upturned collar for her and a striped oxford shirt, thin tie, open jacket,
hanging suspenders, and a stylish hat for him.
A long coat, tank top, shirt tails with basic black pants for guys, and two-tonejeanjacket with
basicjeans, a t-shirt, and tennis shoes help Juniors Aurora Morales and Jeremy Morse dress
Sophomores Greg Shultz and Aylynn Jones dress for school with a lacy shirt and midi-length
skirt for her, basic, white, ankle length pants and a scratch pattern short sleeve shirt for him.
Avant-garde fashion at Glendale manifests itself with old army jackets, plaid shirts worn
around the waist, and concert shirts for Melanie Hammers, ripped t-shirts, pinned pants, and
open shirt for Kristi Partiss.
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e notice as the years go on that
people's faces change. Re-
member that boy in your fresh-
man class that you thought was really
immature and not very cute? Plow he is
one of those cute guys who stand in the
Y. Every time you look at him you can't
believe he was that silly freshman! And
this is also true for the guys. They sit
and think, l'l'low can that possibly be
the same girl that I went to grade
Glendale High School experiences a
flood of changing faces every fall when
' I 'hriving
we get a bunch of freshmen. At first
they are just faces in the crowd, but
then they become involved and feel a
part of Glendale. We also get new peo-
ple who have come from other high
schools. At first they feeljust like fresh-
men because they don't know any-
body, but soon they get involved in all
that Glendale has to offer and they fit
People change. Faces change. And the
changing faces are what keeps GHS
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Freshmen and Seniors meet in Brandon Hurt and
Mr. Yoder, a new teacher this year, celebrates his
birthday while trying to keep students in line.
Mike Slaughter takes a break from football practice.
Angie Avilucea greets Jena Elliott, a former GHS stu-
dent returning from Xavier.
Some of the new faces among teachers, administra-
tors, and staff gather before class. il-rl Ms. Daly, Mr.
Anderson, Mr. Huff, Mr. Wilson, Ms. Nelson, Mr.
Kieffer, Ms. Ryan, Ms. Fisher, Ms. Devore, and Ms.
Anna Sanchez enrolled as a new student at Glendale
, Jeremy Morse joined the GHS Junior Class when he
Ms. Fuller, ew panish and English teacher, meets
with Elisa Garcia and Bernadette Armstrong.
Halloween Homecoming '86
Raises Spirits At GHS
omecoming at GHS was a week
full of excitement and school
spirit. There was something in
the air and everyone could feel it. Spirit
Week started out on Monday with Car-
toon Day when it seemed like everyone
turned out in a Mickey Mouse shirt from
Disneyland. Tuesday brought Hawaiian
Day. Most people wore flowered shirts
and shorts with colorful flowered leis.
Some brave souls even showed up in
grass skirts! On Wednesday, Class Day,
Freshman wore pajamas, Sophomores
came decked out in buttons, Juniors
wore their clothes inside out, and Sen-
iors showed off their favorite college
shirt. Black and white were the shades
for Thursday and almost everyone
dressed up for the day. Friday, of
course, was Spirit Day or, since it was
also Halloween, Costume Day,
During the week, classes worked on
building floats for the parade on Friday.
The winning float, built by the Sopho-
more Class, was announced on Friday
night during half-time of the game
Homecoming festivities on Friday night
began with the landing of Channel 12's
helicopter flown by Jerry Foster who
brought the 1985 King and Queen,
Debi LaCirow and Paul Enriquez to the
game. At half-time, Mr. Kieffer an-
nounced the Homecoming King and
Queen for '86, Mark Pena and Cheryl
Demko, First Attendants Kim Trisoliere
and Mike Thompson, and Second At-
tendants Lea Longo and Pat Harring-
ton. Fireworks and a performance by
the costumed GHS Band also added to
the excitement of the evening.
Homecoming '86 proved to be a fun-
filled time for everyone at GHS!
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Dressed as a hula dancer and a heavy metal musician, Cheryl Demko
and Mark Pena are crowned Homecoming Queen and King.
Second Attendants Pat Harrington and Lea Longo ride around the foot-
ball tield during the half-time parade.
First Attendants Mike Thompson and Kim Trisoliere, dressed to show
their school spirit, say hello to the half-time crowd.
Mr. Kieffer and the GHS Cardinal show off the newest addition to the
GHS transportation pool, the Cardinalmobile.
New Homecoming King Mark Pena picks up Queen Cheryl Demko and
carries her to their coronation.
Gus Delgado displays the numerous garters he collected to win his title
of "Mr, Irresistible."
Following the Homecoming tradition, Freshman President Jennifer Mur-
ray dresses as a clown for the Homecoming Parade.
A bonfire held on Thursday night attracted fans who wanted to show
their school spirit and cheer the football team on.
. The Sophomore Class float featured a Cardinal preparing to brew a
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to pass against Coconino.
Rob Clary and Cliff Steward receive instruc-
tions from Coaches Holveck and Gallimore.
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ly on Homecoming Friday, a T-P'd campus, the
work of enthusiastic GHS fans, awaited them.
The GHS Band, dressed in their Halloween fin-
ery, participates in the Homecoming Parade.
The GHS Cardinal and cheerleaders Alice Pass-
more, Lucia Delgado, Tracy Gornecki, and Lil-
lian Ortega help raise Homecoming spirit.
Shannon Christianson does her thing during
the band performance during half-time.
Angel Blue comes to Homecoming dressed as
a pre-historic beauty.
Jerry Foster of Channel 12 brought the '85
Homecoming Queen and King, Debi LaGrow
and Paul Enriquez, to the game, landing on the
football field as part of the pre-game activities.
Freshmen Jennifer Murray, Lenora Harris, and
Lisa LeBario dress for class day in their paja-
On costume day, Cheryl Demko, Lisa Wood,
and Pam Ritchie arrive dressed as hula danc-
Bill Martin and Tracy 'Castrovinci go all out for
Black and While Day.
Tonja Jackson dresses as Diana Ross for Hal-
Mark Koan participates in Homecoming by
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'86 Homecoming Activities
QUEEN AND KING
Cheryl Demko and Mark Pena
FIRST ATTENDANTS SECOND ATTEHDANTS
Kim Trisoliere and Mike Thompson Lea Longo and Pat Harrington
5 New Administrators
HS has recently undergone
many changes, one of the
biggest being the new ad-
ministration. We have a new princi-
pal, assistant principal, and dean.
"I love this school: I love Glen-
daIe," are the words Mr. Jim Kieffer
used to express how he feels about
Glendale High School. Mr. Kieffer
became our principal this year after
the retirement ofMr. Hutchison. Mr.
Kieffer graduated from Camelback
High School and then began col-
lege at ASU. Fresh out of college,
he was hired as an assistant princi-
pal at Cortez High School.
Mr. Kieffer is married with three
sons. Some of his leisure activities
are camping, skiing, and spending
time with his family. Mr. Kieffer
feels the best thing about GHS is
the students. He says, l'They're
friendly and they seem to care
about themselves and their
Mr. Kieffer's main goal is 'Ito em-
phasize academic opportunities
and assist those students who have
a difficult time with school." He
also says, "GHS is a great place
with high academic standards and I
expect all students to learn."
Next up is Ms. Maxine Daly, one of
the assistant principals here at
GHS. She has been with the Glen-
dale District for about 155 years. Ms.
Daly began her career as a counsel-
or at Thunderbird High School. She
then became department chair for
the next 6 years. She decided then
that she wanted to go into adminis-
tration. She has spent two years as
Dean of Students at THS. Ms. Daly
decided to come to Glendale be-
cause, l'I've always felt Glendale
was a special place."
There are changes that Ms. Daly
would like to help make while at
GHS. One of those things is public
recognition for the students. One
idea is to have student pictures on
a "Wall of Fame." Ms. Daly would
also like to see more pride and en-
thusiasm in this school. "I'd really
like to see us celebrate GHS and
make being here a celebration."
Mr. Warren Jacobson is not new to
Glendale High School, but is new to
thejob of Dean of Students. For the
past 5 years, Mr. Jacobson was the
Staff Development Specialist at
GHS and Independence.
Mr. Jacobson, attended the U of A
and received his B.A. in Education.
He later did graduate work at ASU.
His goal as Dean is to try to keep
students in school by reducing the
number of tardies, absences, and
other discipline problems. As far as
hisjob goes, he says, "It's terrific. I
enjoy working with the students
and teachers, and can't imagine a
better place to work."
Last, but most definitely not least,
is the one administrator who is not
new to Glendale this year, Mr. Bill
Smith. Mr. Smith considers himself
"familiar with GHS." He was born in
Glendale, graduated from GHS,
and married his Glendale sweet-
heart. After college and time in the
Air Force, Mr. Smith returned to
Glendale and began teaching and
coaching at GHS. He taught world
geography and coached cross-
Mr. Smith began his administrative
career as Dean of Students and
stayed in thatjob for 4 V2 years. He
then became head of Student Ser-
vices and was in that job for Z5 V2
years. This is Mr. Smith's seventh
year as Assistant Principal for Ath-
Ietics and Activities.
Mr. Smith says he misses teaching
and coaching because he was able
to work more with students. He
loves his job now because he is
able to work with all the clubs, ath-
letics, and activities on campus.
He said, 'il have seen many new
administrators come and go. With
the new team GHS has this year, I
believe they have high morale and
positive attitudes." He also states,
l'They are rapid learners. They are
quickly becoming true Cardinals. I
see great things coming." -Maria
Meza and Kim Williams
Ms. Anne Schulz Ms. Jackie Carter Mr. Richard Stapley Mr. Bill Stout Mr. John Campbell
Board President Board Clerk Board Member Board Member Board Member
18 BOARD MEMBERS
Mr. Kieffer wants to see every student get the most
from his or her GHS education.
Mr. Smith confers with Activities Secretary, Ms. Becker, about
the latest sports schedules.
Ms. Daly directs Mr. Gennaco in the Halloween
pumpkin carving contest.
Mr. Jacobson hopes to see more students stay in
school and receive the education they need.
Dr. Gerald George t Mr, James Kieffer Mr. Bill Smith Ms. Maxine Daly
C Superintendent i Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal
Mr. Bill Smith
Dean of Students
Ms. Marilyn Alt Mr. Roy Ambrose Mr. Brian Anderson L g Ms. Peggy Atwood Ms. Melba Bacon
Home Economics industrial Arts Science A A f Chapter l Physical Education L
YOU KNOW IT'S GOING TO BE
ONE OF THOSE DAYS WHEN . . .
the security alarm goes off
when you open your classroom
door. Ms. Atwood
you have a notice for an after-
school meeting in your box. Ms.
you show up promptly for your
first-hour class and it's second
hour. Ms. Nelson
it's 1100 in Phoenix! Mr. Pappas
l've forgotten to set the alarm, l
oversleep, the curling iron
breaks, one of the dogs throws
up on the carpet, and I can't
find my car keys! Ms. Wallace
l can't find any chalk. Ms. Huff
the principal needs to see you
"right now!" Mr. l'leatwole
you go to the front office and
forget what you went for. Ms.
you drop everything in the mail-
box on the floor. Ms. Alt
a local TV station is asking for
an on-camera interview. Ms.
ONE OF MY MOST REWARDING
MOMENTS AS A TEACHER WAS
when students you have had
come back and tell you of their
success. Mr. Clever
seeing a student who dropped-
out return to school and earn
his diploma. Mr. Bierner
when a student thanked me for
"teaching" Mr. Pappas
the time Patty rlorrall said, "We
aren't old enough to know what
we'll need to know when we get
older." Mr. Beeson
one of my ex-students graduat-
ed from West Point. Mr. Borbora
when l was returning as princi-
pal and Heatwole Plaza was
named for me. Mr. I-leatwole
I LOOK FORWARD TO . . .
lunch time! Ms. Pawley
one more year. Mr. Clever
going home at night. Mr. Lind-
the curtain going up. Ms. Gold-
making literature 'llive." Ms.
my travels. Mr. Zahn
game days, labs, and Fridays.
Mr. Roger Scott
winning the lottery. Mr.
I WILL NEVER FORGET THE TIME
WHEN . . .
the band won our first Nuna-
maker Award! Mr. Lindsey
the students turned all the
desks upside down and wrote
their vocabulary word, Hcha-
os," on the board. Ms. Huff
l started to show a film in Gen-
eral Business and found out it
was strictly for Girls' PE. Mr.
a clock is close at hand. Mr.
Mr Michael Brown Ms. Lori Ann Busse Mr. Mike Carl Ms. Doris Chacon Ms. Laura Claunch
Science Mathematics Physical Education Businessjiinglish English
Mr Glenn Beeson Dr. Charlotte Bellah Mr. Ray Bierner Mr. Oscar Borbora Mr, Robert Brock
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schwartzkopf MY PET PEEVE IS . . . ing able I0 PYOHOUHCS the "Ch" - l
people with negative attitudes. Sound in the word "Ch00'
YOU KNOW YOU'RE A TEACHER Ms. Pawley choo." Mr. Bierner
WHEN . . . students who ask ifthey missed when I WHS talking to my Class
your name appears on the res-
troom wall. Mr. Clever
you go to the movies and have
the urge to "shh" the audi-
ence. Ms. Reynolds
you look for the mechanics ofa
sentence instead of its content.
kids are shocked to see you in
Levis. Ms. Rader
students forget to salute! Mr.
students respond. Ms. Huff
your students call you "Mr," in
public places. Mr. Zahn
you have a stack of papers to
grade on Friday afternoon. Dr.
it's summer and you don't get
paid. Mr. Roger Scott
the IRS sends you a sympathy
card. Mr. Poole
"anything important" while
they were absent. Ms. Reynolds
students who say "l'm bored."
Mark Pena. Ms. Nelson
students who spend more time
making up excuses than doing
the actual work. Ms. Wallace
having things neat. Mr. Zahn
teachers and students who
don't like Boy George. Mr. Bor-
kids who don't seem to care
about themselves. Ms. Alt
paperwork. Mr. Poole
MY MOST EMBARRASSING MO-
MENT WAS . . .
getting a cream pie thrown in
my face at a pep assembly. Ms.
when l was chastized for not be-
and my bridge fell out. Ms. Huff
when l was asked if l was from
Ohio. Mr. Borbora
when as principal l turned the
school out to see President
Ford and he didn't bother to
stop. Mr. Heatwole
when the chemistry lab was to-
tally full of smoke as the princi-
pal walked in. Mr. Roger Scott
when l didn't get "Teacher of
the Year" for the seventh
straight year, but l've never
been to Aspen either. Mr. Poole
when l accidentally set off a fire
extinguisher in a school van.
Mr Richard Clever Mr, Carlos Delacruz Mr. Greg DeVille Mr. Fred Espinoza g Mr. Raiph Flores
Counselor Psychologist Social Studies Industrial ArtsfPE Science
Mr. Ken France Ms.,Angela Fuller Mr. Armand Gennaco Ms. Esta Goldstein Mr. Danny Ham
Safety Education1PE Spanish flinglish Counselor Theater Arts Social Studies
GHS Lucky To Have Mr. Espinoza
Running and teaching Industrial Arts are both impor-
tant pursuits to Mr. Espinoza.
r. Espinoza is a very valu-
able part of Glendale High
School and the Cross
Country Team. He has taught for
eight years and has been here at
Glendale for five years. He teaches
wood shop and drafting. Mr. Espin-
oza also coaches the Cross Coun-
try Team and distance running in
Mr. Espinoza attended GHS from
1968-1972. He ran and competed
in cross country. ln 1972 he was
sixth in the nation and he was also
a four-year letterman. ln 1975-74
he became first in the nation. He
was also a two-year All-American at
ajunior college. Mr. Espinoza won
the Junior College Steeple Chase
and made state champ two years in
a row. He is in the 1972 GHS Hall of
Ever since he has coached here at
GHS the Cross Country Team has
lost only five meets. The team was
undefeated for three years and they
were division champs two years in
a row. He has coached four runners
who were division champs and one
Mr. Espinoza almost made it to the
Summer Olympics in 1976, missing
the qualification time by only one
second. He qualified for the 1980
Games but didn't get to go because
of the boycott called by President
Carter. Glendale High School is
certainly lucky to have Coach
Espinoza among its teachers. -
Tessa Wardzinski and Kathy Hill
V Ms. Karen Horton Ms. Sharon .Huff Mr. Fred Huff Ms. Carol Hullihen Ms. Sheila Johnson
English English Occ. Therapist Business Mathematics
Ms, Marlene Mr. Bruce Heatwole
Ms. Marianne Hensley Mr. Tom Hernandez
Ms. Bellah Eams Ph.D
s. Bellah, government teacher at
GHS for the past 20 years, has
furthered her career and be-
come a doctor. She received her Ph.D. in
Education Administration from NAU.
She says it was hard, but she enjoyed
the challenge of setting a goal and
reaching it. Dr. Bellah says, "The school
hadn't changed much: l had." As a
teacher being the student again, she
says she can relate to the pressures of
meeting deadlines and doing demand-
ing research in the library.
Dr. Bellah says government is her favor-
ite subject and she enjoys being able to
teach it here at GHS. Going back to
school and teaching was a difficult task
for her, but she did a fantasticjob. Con-
gratulations Dr. Bellah on a job well
done! -Kim Koner
Mr. Steve LaGrow Mr. Brian Lassley
Industrial Arts Mathematics
Mr. George Holveck
French jGerman Science Enrichment Seminar
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finishing her Ph.D. at NAU.
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FAC U LTY 25
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Ms. Jacquelyn Nelson Ms. Connie Nyberg Mr Gus Pappas Mr Tim Poole Ms Susan Prado
Social Studies Special Services HealthjSoc1al Studies English Physical Education
G S Receives Gutstanding orth
lendale High School experienced the
benefit of a North Central Association
visitation this school year. The North
Central Association evaluates high schools to
determine whether they meet high educational
standards. During the three days of evaluation,
sixteen people from outside the Glendale Union
High School District observed classes, asked
questions of students and teachers, reviewed
curriculum, checked administrative policies
and practices, and overall looked closely at how
Glendale High School operates. They conclud-
ed that Glendale not only met, but greatly ex-
ceeded commonly accepted educational stan-
dards. We were judged to be an outstanding
high school. Particularly impressive to the
North Central evaluation team were the very
skillful teachers and the very positive students
in our school. -Mr. Jim Kieffer, GHS Principal
Ms. Mary Santos- Mr. Ed Schwartzkopf Mr Cliff Scott Mr Roger Scott Ms Patricia Smith
Pippin Mathematics Ar Science Social Studies
Ms. Judy Rader Ms. Lisa Reynolds Mr. William Robinson Ms. Jacalyn Romey
Science English Physical Education .lournalismjlinglish
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Ms. Cecilia Ryan
Teachers dressed formally
for the North Central lun-
A. Ms. Plyberg and Mr. Wilson
B. Mr. Tualla, Mr. Anderson,
C. Mr. Brown, and Mr. Hernan-
D, Ms. Wallace and Mr. Lindsey
Mr. Gerry Stein gm Mr. Larry Tualla Mr. Gary Tyra Ms. Lisa Wallace Ms. Judy Widoff ' X V ly
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Ms. P a l Williams
Ms. Vel Ca rrillo
Ms. Pat Murdock
Special Ed. Aide
Mr. Loren Fisher
Mr. Mark Wilson
MS. Carol DCVOFC
Ms. Marilyn Clever
Chapter l Aide
Mr. George Cresswein
Mr. Toby Wison
Ms. Hazel Dishon
Ms. Marie Crennaco
Chapter I Aide
Mr. Miguel Hernandez
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Ms. Pat Winters
Ms. Laura Fisher
Ms. Karen Mcliee
Chapter l Aide
Mr. Donald Keko
Mr. Jeff Yoder
Ms. Mary Gluvna
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Ms. Fern Bowers
Mr. Mel Martin
Mr. Robert Zahn
Ms. Jane Parker
Mr. Steve Espinoza
Ms. rlazel Radawec
Media Center Asst.
Mr. Richard Arce
Ms. Sarah Clark
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Mr. Andres Barrera
Ms. Betty Becker
Ms. Vangie Yanez
Mr. Ora Clark
Ms. Louise Branson
Ms. Janice Fox
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Mr. Richard Crider
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Mr. George Rust Mr. Cliff Wallace Mr. William Holder Mr. Eugene McAbee Mr. Harold Myer
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FACULTY AND STAFF 27
Mr. Chris Snyder
A. Ms. Fuller and Ms. Busse enjoy
a rainy football game.
B. Ms. Atwood gives assistance to
C. Mr. Schwartzkopf makes a
D. Mr. Yoder finds himself sur-
rounded by his student song-
E, Is Ms. Johnson enjoying her
F. Ms. Fisher gets the work done
at the front desk.
Q, Mr. Wilson entertains his
Cafeteria Staff- tlirontl Student Helpers Holly Kim Herges fRow twoj Patsy
M A K' e St he 5 Allen, Virginia Brown, Ramona Mendoza Rachel Cunningham Kathy Stone
BLS 522,65 QP n media Ayons, Juanita zamara, Nellie Adams Charlotte Manbm lliack TOWH
Manager Caroiyn Pawley, Chris Garrison Sandy Martin Lovonne Williams
Peggy Hodges, June King.
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For Class Of '87
emember your Freshman year? Didn't it seem
like 1987 would never get here? But, those years
seemed to go by quickly, you must admit. Filled
with school work, extra-curricular activities, jobs, and
fun with friends, those years brought us many new ex-
periences to be had, friends to be made, and joys and
- tears to be shared.
ln our own ways, all of us are anxious for graduation.
We can't wait to be out in the "real, adult world." On the
A other hand, this is one area where procrastination may
seem like the best way to go. While we're eager to
graduate, we also want to delay leaving GHS, a place
where we've grown and a place we'll miss.
Being a Senior is lots of fun! Plans for graduation and a
Senior trip to California keep us looking forward to
June, while what with Senior portraits, cap and gown
orders, announcements, and numerous other things, it
sometimes seems like we'll never have a break from the
hectic life of a Cil-IS Senior. And, on top of all of this,
we're supposed to study?!
Life as a Senior sometimes seems like we're stacking
buiiding blocks. Trying to balance grades, activities,
and everything else that needs to be done can be hard,
but if we try hard enough, that stack of biocks will
continue to stay up - successfully! Being a Senior is
special, and we wouldn't change a minute of it!
- Kim Williams
CHANGHYN AHN MICHAEL ALLEN
KENNETH ANEAS SH ERRY ANEAS
TARA ASHTON TODD AXTELL
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PEGGY BARKER CHERESA BAXLA GREG BEE CANDY BELFORD
MICHAEL BELL CRYSTAL BELSHE STEPHANIE BENNETT ANNA BIRKETT A
DEBBIE BIRKS NICOLE BISSEY
STEPHANIE ANGELA BLUE
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SEAN CAMPBELL ANDREA CAPISTRAN TRACY CASTROVINCI
DONOVAN COBURN TREVOR COCHRAN
ROBERT CROUTEAU SHARON CULLISON CHRIS CUNNINGHAM
RODOLFO DELGADO CHERYL DEMKO WADE DENNY
BENNY CELAYA GREG CELAYA
MICHELLE COSTA STACI CRABB
PHILIP CUSHMAN DAVID DAGER
BARRY DERSH STEPHANIE DOMINGUEZ
eniors Sean and Scott Blair are identical twins who
stick closely together while also developing their own
individual interests and goals. Sean and Scott share an
interest in dancing, skateboarding, and listening to music,
and both have played an instrument for eight years. Sean
plays the cello and Scott plays the violo in the GHS Orchestra.
The brothers both plan to attend Brigham Young University,
but Sean intends to pursue the study of dentistry while Scott
will study business.
Although the Blairs dislike it when friends get the two con-
fused, overall they agree that it is fun being a twin. Perhaps
part of that fun comes in playing tricks on unsuspecting teach-
ers and friends. Every year since first grade, Sean and Scott
have changed places on April Fool's Day with each attending
the other's classes.
The first time their April Fool's switch was made it didntquite
work out as smoothly as planned. A few days earlier, Sean had
fallen and scrapped his nose. When the day came to switch
classes, the other kids had lots of questions about how Sean
had overcome his injury so quickly and how Scott had hurt his
nose. Finally, the young pranksters gave up and went back to
their own classes. Each year since then the April Fool'sjoke
has gone well.
ln high school theyv've switched classes on Ms. Claunch, Ms.
l-luff, Ms. Johnson, Mr. Ham and others. As sophomores they
switched English classes on Ms. Claunch and Ms. Huff. Ac-
cording to Ms. Claunch, 'l had a feeling something wasn't
right when Scott treally Seanl had a hard time taking an
English test that day."
Very much the same, yet also very individual - Sean and
Scott Blair have indeed made life interesting at GHS.
ln Mr. Lindsey's orchestra class, Sean and Scott once switched instruments.
Although neither plays the other's instrument, they were able to successfully
avoid detection of their deception.
KEVIN DYKES KRISTIN ELKINGTON
DAN ESPINOZA Jon ETO
HOLLY FLEESON THOMAS FLORES
JACQUELINE GLASS LUPE GONZALES
JOSEPH B. GREER
RAMON ESCUDERO JOHN ESPARZA
KEVIN FITZGERALD LOVIE FITZPATRICK
he Senior Officers for '86-'87 are President Bren-
da Weedman, Vice-President Mark Koan, Secre-
tary Maria Delgado, and Treasurer Maria Olga
Meza. Senators who represented the class during the
year were Kim Trisoliere, Kim Williams, Lori
Braughton, and Thomas Flores. For all of the officers,
their last year at GHS turned out to be a very busy one.
Brenda was in charge of all the sales the class under-
took during the year while also handling the leadership
responsibilities of the class. Mark helped Brenda with
decisions on sales and got to preside over Senior meet-
ings if Brenda was not there. As Secretary, Maria Del-
gado kept a record of all meetings and class business
and provided Seniors with any class-related news. The
Senior Class money fell into the hands of Maria Meza
who handled all Senior funds. The Senators helped with
all class activities and, along with the officers, repre-
sented their classmates on ASB.
The Senior Class Officers set one main goal for their last
year as Glendale Cardinals - boosting school spirit.
Each of them tried to get everyone more involved in
school, club, or sports activities. The officers of the
Class of '87 want their classmates to remember their
Senior year as one of the best times they have had at
Glendale High School!
"My major goal this year is to get
the spirit of Glendale High School
-Brenda Weedman, President
c "l would really like to find a way to
,R ., - increase Glendale High School
,A spirit so 1986-1987 would be the
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SHELLEY GRIFNN ERIC GUZAK
W i'l'm trying everything possible to
boost spirit for Glendale High
School. We want every individual to
be involved, especially the Sen-
' ,,f -Maria Delgado, Secretary
A "For the 1986-1987 Seniors, l'm
trying to get everyone involved in
activities to help get the spirit up
-Maria Meza, Treasurer
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Saves A Life
enior Tonze Stapleton, an HJROTC Cadet at Glen-
dale, showed his NJROTC knowledge on Friday,
August 1, 1986 when he saved the life of a resi-
dent of Colter Village, a rest home in Glendale. While at
work at hisjob as a waiter at Colter Village, Tonze was
sitting with a 75 year old woman when he noticed that
she seemed to be struggling. The woman, who could
not speak at the time, pointed to her throat and her face
began to change color. Seeing this, Tonze knew the
woman was choking. Although he says he hesitated at
first, he remembered the Heimlich Maneuver which he
had learned through his NJROTC training and moved
quickly to help her. Soon the airway was clear and the
woman was breathing once again. The woman was tak-
en to a hospital and is now fully recovered. Tonze Sta-
pleton was honored at the Fall Sports Assembly on
September 12 where he received a standing ovation for
his life-saving action.
For his quick action in saving a woman's life, Tonze Stapleton was
recommended for the NJROTC Meritorious Achievement Award.
KINNEY KNOEBEL MARK KOAN
FILBERTO LOPEZ SHERYL LUND
MARC MCCOWN CARLA MCCUISTION
ANA MESQUITA MARIA MEZA
WILLIAM LACIE BRIAN LENTZ EDWARD LEYVA JULIE LOCK
WILLIAM MAHONEY MICHAEL MAPES LYDIA MARQUEZ BILL MARTIN
HOMER MCMURRAY LEAH MCQUARRIE KRISTINE MEADOR JEANETTE MEJIA
ROBERT MEZA DAVID MIRACLE GEORGE MOLINA JENNIFER MOLZHON
I RONNIE MONTGOMERY THEDA MOODY AYDEE MORALES JAIME MORENO
. KATHRINE MURPHY IVIELODI MURRI LISA NICHOLS ANGELA NEWTON
CHRISTIAN ORTON JENNIFER OSBORNE DANNY GWEN JOHN PAGE
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arion Kaeppeljoined the Class of '87 from her
home in Ratigen, West Germany. Marion was a
foreign exchange student at GHS during the '86-
'87 school year. While in Glendale, Marion lived with
Colleen Wood's family.
Marion found GHS different in many ways from her high
school in Germany. There the schools don't have any
extra-curricular activities, clubs, or even l'spirit." Stu-
dents go to school because they need to. What Marion
liked best about Glendale was having counselors to
help students. Having lockers and a cafeteria seemed to
be a welcome change as well. Students in Germany
must carry all of their books to each class and eat lunch
Marion speaks German, French, a bit of Italian, and
really got a chance to polish up her English while at
GHS. Being active as a manager of the flag line and a
member of the Drama Club, Marion kept very busy at
GHS. She enjoyed life in the USA, especially the people
whom she found to be very open-minded, friendly, and
always ready to offer a smile.
Marion hasn't yet decided what she is going to do in the
future, but she enjoys working with people and will
probably pursue a career where she will be able to do
We do hope Marion enjoyed her visit at Glendale High
as much as we enjoyed having her!
Marion had several reason for wanting to be an exchange student in
the United States. She says she wanted to learn more about another
country and its culture by living there, she wanted to give other's an
idea of what Germany is like, and she wanted to learn more about
herself by moving into a totally new situation. And of course, she
wanted the chance to improve her English!
RENEE PORTER JAMES PRITCHARD CARRIE PURGITT CONNIE REDNOSKE
SHAWN RICKETT S PAMELA RITCHIE LINA RIVAS CHRISTINE RIVERA
ERICA ROJAS PAUL ROMERO STEPHANIE ROSE KELLY RYAN
PAUL SCHMIDT PAUL SCHRAGL MICHAEL SCHUMACHER KATHRINE SEARGEANT
JEANETT E REED YVONNE REISINGER
RAEGINA ROCHE I BOB ROELS
JOEY SAENZ ANGIE SCHIAVO
DEBORAH SEEVERS LEON SETTLE
'lllllhere will ou
be in 1997?"
"Ten years from now l'll be a graduate of
college with my M.A. in Psychology,
practicing privately in Ventura, Califor-
nia and driving my red convertible Mer-
cedes along the beach." - Leah
"I plan to go to college and major in
nursing, find a descent job, and some-
where in there find a rich husband and
settle down." - Cindi Crawford
"Although l'd like to be playing profes-
sional basketball, I wouldn't want to
change the person I am now. I enjoy
being Mike Shumacher! If basketball
doesn't work out, I would probably be-
come a fashion designer Iof shorts, of
coursellf' - Mike Shumacher
'lTen years from now I will be catching
some rays while I'm at my beach condo.
I will have finished my education and
started my career which will be in tele-
communications." - Michelle Costa
"Ten years from now I will be a surgeon
at a major hospital. I will be in my intern-
ship getting ready to start my own prac-
tice. I hope to be one of the finest sur-
geons around and help save people." -
"In ten years I will have become an inter-
national model. I will be successful at
my career with the support of my hus-
band and children." - Jacque Baugh
"Ten years from now I will be an officer
flying fighter jets in the United States
Navy or Air Force." - Philip Cushman
"ln ten years l'll probably be the mother
of two kids and still be on the Phoenix
Police Dept. I plan to go to college and
become a police officer. l'll probably be
a meter maid giving out parking tickets."
-- Chris Lewis
'lln about ten years I will be married and
have three kids. I will probably still be
living in Glendale and working part-time
at MetroCenter." - Staci Crabb
LARRY TARKINGT ON
JOHN SINIORIS CLIFFORD SIRMANS
TONZE STAPLET ON DEBRA STAPLEY
DONNA SUGGS JULIE SWARTLING
CARRIE TERAJI BONNIE THOMPSON
CHRISTINE SLAUGHTER MICHAEL SLAUGHTER
KRIS STEELE CLIFTON 'STEWART
JACOB SWARTZ AIMEE TAPPENDEN
TAMMY THOMPSON MICHAEL THOMPSON
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ichael Thompson is a well-known name among the
students and faculty at Glendale High School. Being
involved in student life at Glendale has made Mike a
popular, but very busy, GHS student.
Mike says he became involved in GHS activities because he
wanted to get involved in all high school had to offer. Ml didn't
want to be just a student, l wanted to help and be a part of
Glendale High School. lt is also a good way to meet new
friends." And get involved he did! As a Freshman, Mike was
president ofhis class, an alto-saxophone player in the band,
and a member of the track team. He continued his involve-
ment in these activities during his Sophomore year, and as a
Junior added Band Drum Major, Student Body Vice-President,
Letter Club, and SADD to his list ofactivities. As a Senior, Mike
has served GHS as Student Body President and has continued
being active in all aspects ofGHS, including being chosen First
Homecoming Attendant along with Kim Trisoliere.
Mike has a hard time deciding what his most rewarding exper-
ience at GHS has been. He says, "l've always believed that
whatever l put into an activity, that's what l'll get out of it.
That's what l've done with my school work, student govern-
ment, and track." Not a bad philosophy to follow, especially
as a Senior who'll soon be heading off to college and then to
lf the title of 'lMr. Glendale High" were ever awarded, Mike
Thompson would certainly be one of the top contenders. He's
enjoyed his years at GHS and has done his best to give some-
thing back to the school. As he leaves GHS he says, "l have
hope and faith that Glendale continues to grow in pride and
spirit. l'll always be proud to say that l'm a Glendale High
School Cardinal." And it's a sure bet GHS will always be proud
to claim him.
VICTOR TOVAR KIM TRISOLIERE MICHELLE URQUIDEZ XAVIER VALENZUELA
LESLEY WARNER BRENDA WEEDMAN BRETT WHITE KELLY WILLIAMS
CANDACE WOELTJE LISA WOOD MARCIA WRIGHT RUDOLFO YANEZ
PAUL YOUNG NABELL YOUNAN LYNETTE ZIERDEN LARRY ZIMMER
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e e l e e -
Llsa Wood and Cheryl Demko Nicole Blssey enjoys a brief
know that friends make school break from her drafting studies.
f Ray Tellez and Kim Hazen
share a laugh in Mr. Esplnoza's
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DORATHY A. AGUAYO
Football 1,2: Baseballl: Track 2: Pacific
Automotive Show 5: Goals: To attend
technical school and work as a mechanic
for the State Highway Dept.
Football: Wrestling: Track: Goals: Go to
college, to become a mechanic.
Volleyball 1,2: Basketball 1,2,5,4: Soft-
ball 1,2,4: Track 1,2: Cross Country 1,2:
Band 1: Goals: To go to college and be a
D.C.E. 4: F.B.L.A. 4: Goals: Major in Busi-
ness Administration and have a family.
'iMAY": Goals: Become a surgeon, own a
business, get married and have a won-
EDWARD L. BAILEY
Student of the Month, March '85: J.V.
Track Sr Field 2: Foreign Language Club
2,5: R.O.T.C. 1,2,5,4: R.O.T.C. Asst. Sup-
ply Officer 5: R.O.T.C. 1st. Lt. 4: Goals: Go
into the Army, start a career in computer
science and, or electrical engineering.
DAVID J. BATZELL
Cross Country 4: Honor Roll 1,4: Goals:
Go to Glendale Community College, ma-
jor in drafting and computer assisted
drafting, then continue at A.S.U.
JACQUELINE G. BAUGH
Varsity Cheer 2: Gold Seal Award 4:
Goals: Attend college, get married to a
rich, intellectual man, have children, and
live happily ever after.
GREG A. BEE
Goals: Plan to get married and go to
school to be a manicurist.
MICHAEL E. BELL
Key Club 2,5: National Honor Society 5,4:
F.B.L.A. 4: Gold Seal Award: Goals: Go to
college for a Master's Degree in chemis-
try, work in chemical research.
Flag Line 1,2,5, Captain 4: F.B.L.A. 4:
Gold Seal Award 4: Goals: To go to coll
lege, establish a good career, and some:
day be married to my high school sweet-
Softball 1: Ski Club 5,4: Goals: Study for a
career in elementry teaching.
Lyres Club 1,2,5,4: J.V. Basketball 2:
Gold Seal Award 4: Goals: Go to G.C.C.
then to N.A.U. to become an interior de-
LESTER J. BLAIR
SCOTT R. BLAIR
SEAN P. BLAIR
ANGELA L. BLUE
LORI A. BRAUGHTON
Swimming 1: Track 2: S.A.D.D. 4: Yeary
book 4: Associated Student Body 4,
Goals: Go to college at Grand Canyor
College and be an interior decorator.
VERONICA BURT l
"RONNlE": Pep Club 1: Varsity Cheer 2,5
Captain 5: Goals: Travel, get a job, ana
maybe take some cosmetology classes.
SEAN C. CAMPBELL
ANDREA M. CAPISTRAN
Gold Seal Award For Perfect Attendancg
4: Goals: Go to painters school on the jo
training for 5 years and then work.
GREG CELAYA 4
JOSEPH M. CLONCH
TREVOR G. COBURN
Marching and Concert Band 1,2,5,4: The
ater Arts 1,2,5,4: Track 1: Goals: Earn a
Master's, then Ph.D. in Theater Arts.
Chorus Concert 1: Vocal Ensemble 2,5
Concert Choir 1.4: Goals: Attend Bible
College and go into the ministry.
MICHELLE A. COSTA
National Honor Society 4: Goals: Get mar
ried, have a family, and live a long ang
happy life. 1
MISTY L. CRARY
"Cindi": Softball 1: Varsity 2,5,4: Volley
ball. Most Improved 5: National Hono
ociety 5,4: Prom Princess 86: Art Club
,2: Sweetheart Junior Attendant: Cardi-
al Court Royalty 5: Goals: Go to college
nd work on a career in nursing.
OBERT R. CROTEAU
.O.C. Award: Goals: Work, College.
HRISTOPHER L. CUNNINGHAM
l'llLIP W. CUSHMAN
football 1,2,5,4: Three year letterman
Football: A-1-Conference Honorable Men-
tlion Linebacker 5: All-Confererrce lst.
I eam Linebacker 4: All-State Linebacker
: Track 1,2,5: Soccer 4: Foreign Lan-
uage Club 1,2: Academic All-American
: S.A.D.D. 5,4: Letter Club 2,5, Sgt. at
pmrs 4: Goals: Go to college and play
ootball, maybe play professional foot-
all, and become a doctor.
p ARIA DELGADO
Volleyball 1: Tennis Most Dedicated 2,4:
Track 5: Spanish Club 5,4 lApollo H.S.J
J.V. Cheer 5: Varsity Spiritline 4: Pep Club
4: S.A.D.D. 4: Senior Class Secretary:
A.S.B. 4: Yearbook, Assistant Editor 4:
Goals: Attend college and major in den-
"RUDY": Wrestling 1: Tennis 2: S.A.D.D.
5: Spanish Club 5: D.C.E. 4: Goals: Go to
college to become some type of engi-
Class Senator 1: Drama Club 1,2,4:
School Play 1,2: Key Club 2: Ski Club 5:
A.S.B. Recording Secretary 4: Homecom-
ing Queen 4: Who's Who Among Ameri-
can High School Students 4: Student of
the Month, Nov. 86: National Honor Soci-
ety 5,4: Colorguard 5,4: Yearbook Busi-
ness Manager 4: Goals: Attend A.S.U. and
find out what I was meant to do with my
Football 1: Goals: Attend college and be-
come an architect.
BARRY W. DERSH
Track 1,2,5,4: Junior Class Senator 5:
N.H.S. 5,4: S.A.D.D. 5, Secretary 4: Key
Club Enterprise '86 altenate: A.S.B. Trea-
surer 4: Don Sanderson Student of the
Month, December '86.
'STEPHANIE J. DOMINGUEZ
Football 1,2,5,4: Baseball 1,2,4: Letter
,Club 5,4: Three year letterman in foot-
ball: Foreign Language Club 1,2: CIOHIS:
To play college football and become a
KRISTIN L. ELKINGTON
Cross Country 1,2,5: Track 1,2,5,4: Wres-
tling 5: Soccer 4: Goals: Attend Grand
Canyon College and pursue veterinary
medicine, have a family before age 50,
and oum a veterinary emergency clinic.
Letterman5,4: Student of the Month for
January '85 Frosh. Basketball Spirit
Award: Frosh. Baseball Most Valuable
Player, Offensive: Junior Basketball Aca-
demic Award: Basketball 1,2,5: Baseball
1, Varsity 2,5,4: Goals: To attend Arizona
Goals: College and ovm my oum law firm.
Basketball 1,2,5,4: Goals: Go to college
and become rich.
Foreign Language Club 1, President 2:
Treasurer 5: F.B.L.A. Reporter 4: Goals:
College and a career.
J.V. Basketball 5: Goals: Go to A.S.U. and
get a Master's Degree in physical therapy.
WILLIAM L. GALLIMORE ll
Band 1,2,5,4: Wrestling 1: Track 1: Foot-
ball 1,2,4: N.H.S. 5,4: Who's Who Among
Band Students 4: Gold Seal Award 4:
Thespians 1,2,5, TCO 4: Best Supporting
Actor "Guys 8: Dolls" 5: Choir 1,2,5,4:
Vocal Music Club 1,2,5, President 4: Most
Valuable Singer 5: Key Club 2,5, Vice-
President 4: Goals: Go to NAU to study
nursing and vocal music.
Varsity Cheer 2: Volleyball 1,2: Softball
1,2, Goals: Go to cosmetology school
and later in life into a medical field.
Football 1, Varsity 2,5,4, Basketball
1,2,5, Baseball 1,2,5,4, S.A.D.D. 5,4, Let-
ter Club 5,4, Senior Senator 4, Academic
All-American 5,4, Who's Who Among
American High School Students 5, Goals:
Attend Grand Canyon College, partici-
pate in baseball and golf, major in Phys-
ical Education and minor in U.S. History
and become a phys.ed. or history teach-
Goals: Go to college, possibly A.S.U. and
major in business.
F.B.L.A. 4, COE 4, Softball 2, Goals: Go to
college and become a court reporter.
Varsity Baseball Score Keeper 2,5,4,
C.O.E. -F.B.L.A. 4, Goals: Go to college,
get married, have a career, and 2 chil-
Drama 1,2, Letter Club 2,5,4, N.H.S. 5,4:
Football Manager 2,5, Colorguard 4, Key
Club 2, Foreign Language Award 5, Opti-
mist Letters Award 4, Who's Who Among
American High School Students 4, Year-
book 4, Student Senator 1, Goals: Go to
A.S.U. and major in business.
Drama Club 2,5,4, Band 4, Fall Play 4,
Choir 1,2,5,4, All-State Chorus 1, Who's
Who Among American High School Stu-
dents 5, Goals: Attend N.A.U. to get a
degree in elementary education.
Chorus 5,4, Honor Roll Student 5,4,
Goals: To go to G.C.C. and A.S.U. to study
Football 2,5, Track 2,5,4, Basketbal
1,5,4, Student Recognition Program 4
Letter Club 4, Honorable Mention 5, Aca
demic Award 2, Goals: Go to U. of A. fo
business, hopefully play basketball fo
the university, be successful throughou
life, and become rich.
Band 1,2,5,4, A.S.B. 2,5,4, A.S.B. Parli
mentarian 4, Drama Club 5,4, N.H.S. 5.4
S.A.D.D. 5,4, Letter Club 5,4, ROTC 1,2
Tennis 2,4, Key Club 5,4, Cheer 4
A.A.S.C. 4, Who's Who Among American
High School Students 5,4, Enterprise '8
Representative 5, Outstanding Junio
Scholarship fUofAJ 5, Goals: Atten
A.S.U., pursue a degree in aerospace e
gineering, and join the Air Force to b
come a fighter pilot.
BRYAN LENTZ ,
JULIE LOCK I
Swim Team 1,5, Tennis 1, Softball 1
A.S.B. 1,2,5, Freshman Secretary: Soph
more Secretary, Junior Vice-Presiden
Letter Club 2,5, Vice-President 4, Footbal
manager 2,5,4, Spirit Line 5,4, Gold Sea
Award, Goals: Attend college, establish a
career, and enjoy life to its fullest.
Drama Plays 1,5, leads 5,4, Flagline 5,4,
Thespian President 5,4, 2 Best Actres
Awards 5, 2nd Attendant in Homecomin
4, Goals: Go to college and be a theate
Pep Club 1,2,5,4, Cheer 2, Student Coun
cil 5, Track 1,5,4, Key Club 4, Academia
Decathlon 5, H.O.C. 5, Cross Country 4
Goals: Attend college and hopefully be
come a veterinarian. Get married ana
have two kids.
TARA B. MANLEY
'oreign Language Club 1,2, F.B.L.A. 4,
oals: Attend Mesa Community then
.A.U. or A.S.U. for Master's Degree in
sychology, practice in Ventrua, Califor-
ria, live on the beach and ovsm a red Mer-
'.B.L.A. 4, Basketball 1.5: Softball 1,
tlomecoming Parade 1, Goals: Continue
pducation and have a good-paying ca-
!lARlA OLGA MEZA
Vlecha Club 2,5,4, Yearbook 4, Foreign
anguage Club 2,5, Peer Tutor 4, Senior
Elass Treasurer 4, AZ. Girls' State Alter-
'rate 5, Career Options in Business 5: Ex-
ellence in Foreign Language 5, F.B.L.A.
: Goals: Go to college and study busi-
ootball 1,2,5, Wrestling 1,2,5,4, Base-
all 1,2,5,4, Goals: Go to the Navy, live in
cottsdale, get a good-paying job, and
vim a video shop.
and 1,2, H.O.C. Award 5.
rchestra 1, Choir 2, Vocal Ensemble
,4, Flagline 4, Goals: To go to college,
et married, and raise a family.
adminton 4, Key Club 4, Matt Maid, Bas-
etball 4, Goals: Go to a junior college,
then to court reporting school, and live a
F.B.L.A. Vice-President 4, Who's Who
Among American High School Students
is Band 1,2,5,4, Goals: Attend college.
Track 2,5,4, Volleyball 5,4, Goals: Get a
job, go to college, get married.
Volleyball 5, Softball 5, Art Club 2, Goals:
Go to college become a model.
Goals: To join the United States Navy and
become a frogman.
NJROTC 1.2, D8tD Club 1.2.
S.A.D.D. 4, Golf 5, Thespians 2,5,4, Pep
Club 4, Lyres Club 1,2,5,4, Who's Who
Among American High School Students
4: Choir 4, Outstanding Freshman Bands-
man 1, Outstanding Junior Award for
N.A.U. 5, Goals: To go to N.A.U. and ma-
jor in electronic engineering.
N.H.S. 5,4, S.A.D.D. 5,4, Arizona Enter-
prise '86, Peer Tutor 4, Who's Who
Among American High School Students
4, Goals: Go to G.C.C., then N.A.U. and
pursue a career in physical therapy.
Track Manager 1, Cross Country 1, Man-
ager 2, President, Spikettes 2: Pep Club
2,4, Goals: Go to school to become a
"PAMBA", Flagline 1,2,5, Captain 4, Ski
Club 5,4, Spanish Achievement Award 5,
Who's Who Among American High
School Students 5,4, N.H.S. 5,4, F.B.L.A.
Secretary 4, Golden Seal Award, Goals:
Attend college, become successful, get
married, have kids, and live happily ever
Band 1,2,5,4: Tennis 1,2,5,4: Soccer 4:
Thespian 5,4: Letter Club 2,5,4: Drama
5,4: Boy's State 4: Who's Who Among
American High School Students 4: Per-
fect Attendence 2,5,4: Goals: Attend
A.S.U., study business and law, and even-
tually work for the F.B.I.
Basketball 5,4: Ski Club 4.
Ski Club: Football 5: Baseball 1: Soccer
4: Goals: Get married and have a million
KATHY SEARGEANT Flagline 2,5,4: Soft-
ball manager 1: Golden Seal Award 4:
Basketball 1: Goals: Go to college, be-
come a paralegal, get married, and have
Track 2: Goals: To go to college and get
Football 1,2,5: Track 1,2,5,4: Wrestling
1,2,5: NJROTC 1,2,5,4: Meritorious
Achievement CLifesavingD 4: Eagle Scout
recipient 1986: Goals: Go to college, ob-
tain a fire science or medical degree, and
open up a business.
Drama 4: Key Club 2: Volleyball 5:
F.B.L.A. 4: Varsity Track 1,2,5,4: Most
Dedicated 5: Most Valuable 2,5: Athelete
of the Week 2: United States Marine
Corps Distingueshed Athlete Award: Hon-
or Roll: Goals: Attend cosmetology
school, then go to a University to become
a Physical Therapist.
Swimming Team 1: Flagline 2,5,4: Year
book 4: Ski Club 4: Chorus: Drama 4
Varsity Cheer 4: Goals: Attend G.C.C. ano
study journalism, then finish with a de
gree at N.A.U.
Football 5,4: Letter Club 5, President 4,
S.A.D.D. Tres. 5, President 4: Boys' Stats
5: Who's Who Among American Hig
School Students 5: Bausch Sr Lomb Sci
ence Award 5: Football Captain 4: N.S.S
5,4: Elk's Student of the Month, Sepl
1986: Optomist Science Award 4: Honor
able Mention AAA Skyline Division ll
Football 4: Academic All-American 5,4:
Mayor Youth Advisory Council 4: Best Of
fensive Back Football: Fred Koory Awar
Football 4: Goals: Go to college, get
degree in engineering, and become a ric
STEVE STOCKMAN 1
Volleyball 1,2,5: Basketball 1,2,5: Soft-
ball 1: Letter Club 5: Goals: Go to college
and study business.
Track 5: Volleyball Most Valuable 5, Best
Defensive Digger and Senior Award 4:
Basketball 1, Captain 2: Softball 2: Goals:
To go to G.C.C. and take nursing, then to
A.S.U. to study surgery. Also, have a fam-
Concert Band 1,5,4: Marching Band:
1,5,4: Letter Club 1,2,5: Track 1,2,5,4:
Lyers Club 1,5,4: Goals: Anything's o.k.
as long as I don't end up living or dying in
Wrestling 1.2: J.V. Most pins-most valu-
able 5: Varsity soccer, Captain 4: Goals:
Play collegiate soccer, major in criminal
justice, law enforcement.
Track 5,4: Newspaper 2,5,4: A.S.B. 4:
Senior Class Senator 4: Softball 2:
lTransferred from Michigan 55: Goals: To
be a multi-billionaire.
Varsity Basketball 4: Transferred from
South Mountain High School: Goals: Go
to college and study chemical engineer-
ing. Play pro basketball.
tudent Senate 1,2,5,4: Freshman Presi-
ent: Sophomore President: ASB Vice-
resident 5: ASB President 4: Band
,2,5,4: Treasurer 2, Drum Major 5,4:
ESA 5,4: Track and Field 1,2,5,4: 6th
lace AAA Div. Il State Track 5: NHS 5,
resident 4: SADD 5,4: Letter Club 5,4:
earbook Sports Editor 4: Mayor's Youth
dvisoiy Commission 4: Pep Club Mascot
: ASU Medallion of Merit Award 5: Ari-
ona Boys' State 5: Rotarian of the Year
: December Rotarian of the Month '85:
ctober Rotarian of the Month '86: Lions
lub Honor Student 5: November Elks'
tudent of the Month '86: December Opti-
ist of the Month '86: GUHSD Achieve-
nent Above All Student 4: Who's Who
mong American High School Students
: Who's Who in Music 4: Academic All-
merican 5: Outstanding Drum Major
aption Award at State Marching Festival
: Homecoming First Attendant 4: Aca-
emic Achievement in Track 5: MESA
utstanding Junior: Science Fair Honor-
ble Mention 5: Perfect Attendance 2,5:
rincipal's Pass 1,2,5,4: Goals: College
nd medical school and an M.D. as either
n emergency room specialist or a sports
piritline 5,4: Yearbook 2: Foreign Lan-
uage Club 2: Key Club 5,4: ASB 5,4:
hespians 2,5,4: Goals: Go to G.C.C. then
ave a home with my husband and some
ind of job.
reshman Softball: Varsity Softball 2,5,4:
.V.P. Softball 1: First Division Team,
hird Base 2: Best Offensive Softball Play-
r 2,5: Varsity Tennis 5,4: Flagline 4:
onor Roll 5-1st Semester: Goals: Army,
RENDA KAY WEEDMAN
oftball 1,2,5,4: Volleyball 1,5: Basket-
all 1,2,5: Hugh O'Brien Youth Leader-
hip Seminar 2: Senate 2,5,4: S.A.D.D. 5:
Student of the Month, Oct. '86: Who's
Who Among American High School Stu-
dents 5: Academic All-American 5:
F.B.L.A. 4: Letter Club 2,5,4: N.H.S. 4: AZ.
Girls' State 5: Goals: Attend Grand Can-
yon College to pursue a career as an ac-
F.H.A. 1: 4-H 1: Pep Club 1,2: Newspaper
1,2,5,4: Features Editor 2: Editor-in-Chief
4: Volleyball manager 1: A.S.B. 4: Sr.
Class Senator: N.H.S. 5,4: S.A.D.D. 5, Vice
President 4: Close-up 4: Yearbook Copy
Editor 4: Transferred from Lincoln Coun-
ty, Nevada 5: Goals: Attend G.C.C., get
my R.N. in nursing, and continue my edu-
cation at A.S.U.
Mat Angels 1: Sophomore Treasurer 2:
Junior President 5: Varsity Cheer 5,4:
N.H.S. 5,4: Letter Club 4: Awarded schol-
arship to A.S.U. 4: Most Scholastic in
Cheer 4: Goals: Attend A.S.U. and live a
long, healthy, wealthy, and very happy
Drama Club 1,2,5,4: Senate 1,2,5: Junior
Class Secretary 5: Flagline 5,4: Treasurer
4: Goals: Plan to go to A.S.U. to study law,
and become a successful criminal lawyer
and have a good time.
Art Club 2: Goals: Go to college, get a
degree in medicine to become a nurse:
and raise a family.
Tennis 1,2: Goals: Go to college to be an
Seniors Choose "Mosts"
SENIOR MOSTS- Cheresa Baxla, Phil Lopez, Melodi Murri, Jessie SENIOR MOSTS- Barry Dersh, Michael Thompson, David Dager, Bren-
Hollister, Paul Romero, Donna Suggs. da Weedman, Kathy Hill, Michelle Urquidez.
Best Dressed Most Spirited
Phil Lopez and Cheresa Michael Thompson and
Baxla Michelle Headrick
Best Smile Most Athletic
Jessie Hollister and David Dager and
Melodi Murri Michelle Urquidez
SENIOR MOSTS- Michael Thompson, Michelle Headrick, Ken Aneas,
Shelley Griffin, Julie Swartling, George Molina, Mark Pena, Angel Blue.
Most Intellectual Most Likely To Succeed Class Clowns
Barry Dersh and Brenda Michael Thompson and Kathy Mark Pena and Angel
Weedman Hill Blue
Best Laugh Biggest Flirts
George Molina and Julie Shelley Griffin and
Swartling Kenny Aneas
Paul Romero, Mark
Pena, and Donna Suggs
54 SENIOR MOSTS
Semors-Look Ho We've Changed! 5
Can You Tell Who We Are? see page 157.
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eing a Junior means something different to ever-
ybody. To some, it's great to finally be an upper-
classman. Uwe like the idea of having others
look up to us," say some students. Then, there are
some who would like to be Seniors and skip their Ju-
nior, and "most important" year completely. Being a
Junior is definitely like being the middle child. Juniors
are not the first born qSeniorsl, but then they're not the
baby QFreshmenl either!
The Junior year is a very busy year. This is the time
when students really start thinking about college and
start planning for their Senior year. Juniors start taking
on more responsibilities for themselves and others.
This year's Junior class began early planning the May 2
prom at THE LAKES and worked hard to carry out the
theme, "Cherish," ln order to make the money needed,
class members under the guidance of sponsors Mr. Pap-
pas and Mr. Borbora, worked hard selling concessions
at home football games and candy to friends and neigh-
Many think a person's Junior year is the best year of
high school, and most of the members of the GHS
Junior Class would have to agree!
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Like all of the student body officers during '86-'87, Anita Franco has
worked very hard to raise school spirit and pride in beinga GHS Cardinal.
ere she is! Glendale High Schools Junior Class Presi-
dent -- Anita Franco. Anita has attended Glendale
High for three years and is very involved in what's
happening at GHS. Along with being class president, she is in
ASB, Key Club, Mecha, and Mat Angels.
Anita says, "Being class president is a tough job. I have a lot
of responsibilities, but it's really fun!" When not staying busy
at school, Anita enjoys reding, dancing, swimming, and be-
ing with her friends. Her favorite subject at school is English
and she's beginning to make plans to attend college when she
graduates. Anita wants to, as she says, Ulvlake something big
What does Anita like best about GHS? The staffand the school
spirit. "The staff is very supportive, and the spirit is finally
rising." lf you see a girl around school who's all smiles, it
must be Anita!
Doug Freet Runs For The Fun Of It!
bad day for Glendale Junior Doug Freet is when he can only run four to
five miles. One of Cxlendale's most outstanding runners, Doug consid-
ers eight to ten miles run only a good day!
Although he spends only one to two hours of practice a day and manages to
attend twelve meets a year, Doug has found that cross-country running can be
a hazardous sport. For example, on October 9, 1986, Doug participated in a
meet held at Thunderbird Park. While running up a mountain, he twisted his
ankle by hitting a small ditch. This, however, did not stop him for he continued
running until he reached the finish line. Despite his injury, he came out 21 out
of 25 runners and finished seventh for the Glendale team.
Doug first became interested in running in his freshman year. He was in Coach
Espinoza's class and was influenced not only by Coach Espinoza but also by
his friend Bill Egnatoff, who was already on the team. He decided to go out for
the team his freshman year and lettered that same year.
Besides running for the Cross-Country Team, he also enjoys playing other
sports such as football, basketball, baseball, soccer, and track. His other
hobbies include going to the movies, going to the malls, and just being with
After graduating from GHS, Doug plans to move to Flagstaff and go into forest-
ry. And will he continue to run? "Of course, l'm going to keep running!"
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Under the guidance of Coach Espinoza, whom
he considers a good friend and adviser, running
has become an important part of Doug Freet's
life. He says running "helps clear my head and
keeps me in shape."
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Junior Officers Keep Active
he Junior Class Officers are an
important group. They direct the
candy sale to raise money, work
the concession stand, and help plan the
Junior-Senior Prom. To represent the
Junior Class the officers must attend
both class meetings and ASB meetings.
They've found that being a class leader
takes a lot of responsibility and time, but
in the long run, it all pays off.
Junior Class Officers included Senators
Steve Sanchez, Cyndi Mesquita, Tami
LaGr0W, Rusty Taylor, Stacy Bush, and
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President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
"The new principal is nice. l'le's very much involved and is doing a
good job." - Anita Franco
"The guys should get more into "Everyone should get involved
clubs and activities. You can in ASB to perk up spirit and get
meet a lot of girls!" -- Wence peopleinto school activities." -
Arevalo Lupe Ramirez
"This year the ASB and the faculty have put forth a great effort in
raising school spirit. The students have been working hard to meet
these great expectations. And our Cardinal Pride has grown tremen-
dously!" -- Denise Salinas
Sports Keep Christina Dominguez Active
ho is Humber 15 on the Volleyball team? lt's none other
than Christina Dominguez to whom 15 has been very kind
on the volleyball court. Christina is a member ofthe Junior
Class and has attended GHS for three years. One of her main
involvements at Glendale has been sports and she plays a good
game no matter what the sport.
Christina enjoys basketball and softball as well as volleyball, and as
a typical Junior girl, finds trying to understand guys an interesting
diversion. Speaking of GHS, Christina says, "l like Glendale. There
are a lot of nice people." There are a couple of things she'd like to
change, however. Shed like to see students express more school
spirit. "l think people should get more into things", she says.
Christina would also like to see more people involved in sports,
"Everyone should show the athletic abilities they have."
Christina stays active in school and says her favorite subject is
English. She plans to join the Army after graduation, but she
doesn't know what will come after that, But it's a sure bet Christina
will remain active and involved no matter what.
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Like most typical Junior guys, Norbert finds time for
sports. He especially enjoys playing football and base-
ball. When does he find time to do homework? t'Most of
the time, after practice."
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lleftl Joe Lizarraga expresses excitement over reciting "Paul Re-
llvliddlel Carrie Randles takes a picture break during class.
lRightl Gilbert Mercado uses his hands to talk with his friends.
Second Year Better For
hat's it like to be a Sopho-
more? The most popular
response among members
of the Sophomore Class was, by
far, "A lot better than being a
Freshman!" Many Sophomores
said that they feel a lot more com-
fortable participating on athletic
teams and going to games and
dances: they also said that they
feel more a part of the school and
not so out of place. But, according
to all, the best part is being able to
look at the Freshman and be glad
it's them and not you. - Sheila
Tracy Allen, Lina Rivas, and Danna Wayman enjoy their places
Class at GHS.
in the Sophomore
Angela Aguayo Brenda Aguero Tracy Allen Beatrice Lisa Arce Laarnie Arceo
Barbara Avila Greg Baltzell James Barrera Almanza Lee Barton Kelly Bates
Warren Bayne Gloria Begay Angelina James Barr Judy Bingham Samantha
Bejarano Robert Bennett Birkett
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Best Year Yet
illian Ortega is certainly one busy Cardinal.
She seems to have her hand in everything from
ASB to Thespians to Cheer and Swimming.
Plus, Lillian was named Queen ofthe City ofiilendale
Mexican Independence this year.
Being involved in so much seems to take up a good
part ofher time, but she still manages to keep up her
grades and stay involved. We should all look to her
for a good example of Cardinal spirit.
Lillian is the Sophomore Class Vice-President, histo-
rian of the Thespians, JV Cheer captain, and a swim-
mer on the Swim Team. Although she likes every-
thing, Lillian says she likes Cheer and drama the
best. ln Cheer, Lillian is able to get rowdy and show
off her school spirit. And in drama, she gets a chance
to leave everything behind and escape from reality
for awhile. For her, they are the two most exciting
parts of her school year.
Her Sophomore year has been, by far, the most
memorable for Lillian so far. By being involved, she is
continuously meeting new people and having a lot of
- Sheila Manis
For Lillian Ortega, the best way to enjoy high school is to get
involved in lots of fun activities.
Roberta Crews Christine
Michelle Doyle Cullison
Stephanie Ford Marc Drane
Todd Greiner Michael Francis
Daniel Haney Cathy Griffin
Scott Hildebrand Steven Harris
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Kim Daniel Cheryl Davis
Delia Dutton Louis Duval
Goerge Frasier Jack Frazier
Marcus CirUalva John Gronosky
Zane Hawthorne Kyle Haynes
Angela Hogan Michael Holt
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Brian Dersh Kenneth Dickey Anna
Richard Francisca Dominguez
Espinoza Fajardo Ruben Ferreira
Tiffani Gessel Theresa Giesie Blanca Gonzalez
Jose Gutierrez Melanie Chris Hampton
John Hernandez Hammers Martin Herrera
Sandra lnoshita Ricardo Amber Jamison
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Sense 0f Freedom
olly Renner's one love is swimming. She
started swimming in the eighth grade with
Grachos, a team which she swims with all
year round. As a Freshman at Glendale, she decided
to go out for the GHS Swim Team.
Molly had quite an exceptional year as a Freshman
swimmer. She qualified for Skyline Divisionals, was
high-point swimmer for the season, and was voted
most-spirited. All of these things qualified her to be
captain this year.
When asked ifthere were any disadvantages to swim-
ming, Molly replied with a definite yes. She said,
"Sometimes it can be very difficult to keep up high
grades while swimming. lt cuts into your social life
greatly, and that can sometimes be emotionally
For Molly, swimming is her escape from reality. lt
allows her to be free in her own little world. When
asked what she likes most about swimming, Molly
said, "I like to travel a lot and meet new people.
Being on the two different swim teams lets me com-
pete more, and l am able to get a better range of
Molly's best events are the 50 free, 500 free, 100
breast stroke, 200 breast stroke, and the 50 fly.
- Sheila Manis
Molly Renner spends so much time competing and practicing for
swimming, she sometimes feels like her second home is the water.
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Jason Jaquez Tracie Juarez
James Lee Ronald Leigh
Vikki Martinez Eldon Mclnville
Deanna Mier Billie Miller
Robert Mulligan Reina Mungarro
Diana Ortiz John Parker
Bernadett Jojola Jason Jones
Maria Leon Samuel Lopez
Jerald Mcliim Lee McLin
Jolinda Miller Tim Miller
Sean Murphy Victoria Murphy
Kristina Partiss Alice Passmore
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Dawn Plegethon Stacie Peck
Shawn Klein Lisa Klink Lonnie lirantz
Joseph Lupa Tito Madrid Tracy Main
Sheila Mendez Kristin Merkel William Meyer
Lawrence Maria Morales Christine Moton
Montoya Mark Onak Jose Ortega
Jackie O'Malley Tracie Pequignot Shaun Peron
Sports Big Part
Gf Gerry's Life
erry Penalosa is an all-around athlete. He
plays everything from football and basketball
During his Freshman year, Gerry was voted Most Ex-
citing Player in football. He scored 6 touchdowns that
season. ln basketball he received the award for Most
Valuable Player, scoring up to as many as 21 points
in a game.
Playing for Junior Varsity this year, Gerry underwent
quite a few position changes. Starting out as receiver
and then switching to running back, Gerry did a fine
job. During the third week of practice, he was con-
verted into a quarterback because the first string
player was hurt. ln his first game as quarterback, he
threw a touchdown.
During basketball, Gerry played point guard and had
a good season. Gerry said, i'The team was tough and
didn't quit even when they were down."
When asked ifhe had any advice for those who don't
go out for sports, he replied, "Get involved, go to
games, and support teams. Show some school spir-
it." Hot bad advice at all.
Gerry Penalosa has taken an active role in school including serv-
ing his class as Sophomore Senator.
Dawnielie Powell David Railsback
Mario Rodriguez Ramona
Jeffrey Sam Rodriguez
Robert Shope Anna Sanchez
Renae Stover Erin Sivesind
Rhonda Tippie Nicole Strate
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Dan Rasmussen Mike Reed Christine
Genero Romero John Romero Regnier
Douglas Karl Schroeder Chad Roth
Schmidt Dixie Sorrells Greg Shultz
Jason Pat Sutherland Thomas Speers
Dawna Valerio Alma Tavares
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his year's Sophomore Class had many things
to do and the Sophomore Officers were the
ones in charge of seeing that all the work was
done. During the year the Sophomore Class sold
lollypops, T-shirts,jackets, and assorted other items
to make money. The year was also full of other activi-
ties to keep class members busy such as building the
First Place Homecoming Float and attending numer-
ous class meetings.
While the Officers and Senators were the elected
class representatives, the work of the class could not
be done without all members of the Class of '89,
Nothing could have been sold, and nothing would
have been won without hard working Sophomores.
- Mario Rodriguez
"l decided to get involved in at least one school activ-
ity and, since l'm not very good in sports, l decided
that Student Senate would be a good thing to join. I
think that everybody should get involved in a school V ,M
activity. Plot only is it interesting, but it's a great way to K
meet new people." -Mario Rodriguez, President ,V
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"The reason l became more involved in school is
' ... K because this way l have the chance to meet more
' people and have fun while helping to build school
spirit at the same time." -Lillian Ortega. Vice-Presi-
i'l've become more involved this year over last year
because l wanted to get school pride up. Being a part
of extra-curricular activities lets me become involved
and also gives me the chance to meet my school-
mates." -Dea Meir, Secretary
If . "l wanted to become more involved with Glendale and
I ff V, V what it has to offer. l feel that if l get more involved
4' ' with the school, then my friends will also become
A . , ' V more involved." -Vickie Bush, Treasurer
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A. Brandy Monaco and Tracy Juarez pose during lunch.
B, Renae Stover and Amber Jamison prepare to return
to class after a Friday morning pep assembly.
C, Derek Stapley listens to the band during the pep as-
D. Tiffani Gessel gets to school bright and early.
Jason Weber Deborah welter
Robert Whitaker Annette White
Sophomores not pictured:
Stephen Weitsch Eric
Ben Wroten Westmoreland
hat's it like to be a Freshman? lt's great,
except for being picked on and being initi-
ated into the wonders of high school by
the Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. Being in
high school is excellent, much better than grade
school. The lockers are pretty small, but we man-
age. We got lost some the first ofthe year, but we
managed then too. Now we feel right at home at
GHS. More freedom is what's nice about high
school. We can go off campus for lunch which is a
brand new experience for us. lf you're involved in
an activity or club you meet a lot of new people
and make many new friends. The classes are pretty
hard, but then they could be harder.
For the Freshmen, high school has been a wel-
come, exciting change. We've gotten involved in
life at Glendale High School, and We've had a good
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Band Highlights J oe's Year
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A sports car buff, Joe lists Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Corvette as
his favorite types.
oe Demko is a Freshman this year at GHS. Even though
he is a new student at Glendale, he still got involved. In
school he is a member of the band. He played cymbals
in the GHS Marching Band. Before marching season, he had
never played an instrument but decided to join the band
because he was asked. He said, ul heard band was great, so l
decided to join when they asked me." Joe especially enjoys
performing with the band. "lt's great, especially band days
when we get our awards. You feel like you have accomplished
Joe is also involved in baseball. Before he came to high
school, he played in the Washington Baseball League for
eight years. His hobbies include baseball, soccer, and he likes
Joe and his family the has a sister Cheryl who's a member of
the Class of '87l moved to Arizona from New York six years
ago. He said he likes New York, but Arizona is better, On the
weekends, Joe mainly likes to relax. Like most other kids his
age, he likes to sleep in, go to the movies, watch TV, go to the
mall, ride his bike, or play raquetball. Joe's goals for the
future are to become a doctor or a lawyer.
Joe Demko is new to GHS this year, but he has clearly taken
his place as an active part of the Glendale campus!
-Tessa Wardzinski and Kathy Hill
A Typical Freshman
ina Nixon is a typical GHS Freshman. She does things
just like everyone else does. She is in the Marching
Band at GHS and the reason she joined was because
she loved music and thought that band would be a good
experience. When asked how she liked performing, she said,
"l don't really like the morning rehearsals, but when we score
high on band days, it's all worth it."
Nina hasn't always lived in Arizona. When she was six, her
family moved from New Jersey. Some of her hobbies include
dancing, talking on the phone, and shopping. She loves to
spend lots of money when she shops, too. She likes pizza,
pink and light blue, Growing Pains and The Cosby Show. Her
dislikes are liver, green, Barney Miller, and Newhart. Nina
says she likes school and is leaming a lot. She has no idea
what she wants to be when she graduates, but it may be
something with travel.
-Kathy Hill and Tessa Wardzinski
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Nina Nixon likes to
use her weekends to
relax and talk t
friends on the phone
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Freshmen Officers Proud To Serve
r 'tl decided to run for an olfice because lwant-
ed to show my school spirit and help to make
thispFreshmen Class year the best." -Jennifer
"l'm very proud to be an oliicer and work for
my class." -Denise Foose, Vice-President
"I think GHS has a Eot of school spirit, but not
as much as it should have." -Felicia Davis,
ul feel proud to be an officer. l decided to run
for an office because l thought it would be a
way to meet new people, have new exper-
iences, and take an important responsibil-
ity." -John Peterson, Treasurer
Freshmen Senators-Terry Belden, Chrissie Ream, Lenora Harris
Tracy Sykes, Brian Capistran. and Lisa Lebario.
Freshmen Welcome Mr. Brown
o sports and science go hand in hand? For Mr. Michael Brown
they most certainly do! Mr. Brown is a Freshman at Glendale
High School this year: he's a new teacher who teaches Fresh-
men Science. He also coaches the Junior Varsity Football and the
Varsity Wrestling teams. Mr. Brown says, 'Coaching is a very challeng-
ing and rewarding experience." We don't know how he manages to
find the time, for he is married and has a little boy named Jesse.
Mr. Brown was born in Denver, Colorado on July 1, 1959. As far back
as his high school days in Arada, Colorado, he was interested in
teaching. He attended college in El Paso, Texas, and received a B.A. in
Science and a VLA. in Geology. His college days weren't all work since my
he kept himself in shape by playing football. After college he taught for . i
two years in El Paso.
Mr. Brown likes living in the Valley of the Sun. ln his spare time he likes
to explore the mountains. He also likes to visit the back country of ,
Mexico. This man is a fan of computers, the color blue, and the rock
group 'The Scorpions." Instead of watching TV, he lifts weights, runs,
and rides a bike to and from school. y
Can science and sports go hand in hand? Ofcourse. Just take a look at
Mr Brown Teaching science to members of the Freshmen Class and
coaching sports are both important concerns of GHS new-
- Kimberly lioner and Tessa Wardzinski Comer, Mr' Mike Brown.
' Cindy Hofferber
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Q A Robert Killingsworth
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We asked our Cardinal Freshmen to answer some questions 5. Have any upper ciassmen given you a hard time?
about their first year at GHS.
17010 said Yes and 8390 said No 0 0
1. How did you feel your firstday at GHS? 0 6, Did you have trouble with your locker?
22010 said they felt "out of place"
55010 said they felt fine
45010 said they were nervous
55010 said Yes and 67010 said No
7. Are you involved in a sports, organizations, or other activities
2. Did you getiost any time during the first week of school? 22010 said No and 78010 said Yes
58010 Yes and 62910 No Some of the organizations were Band, Football, and Drama
5. What do you miss most aboutjunior high? 8. Whats the worst thing about being a Freshman?
700 said they missed knowing everyone
11010 said having breaks
47010 said the teasing A 1
55010 said just being the lowest class
16010 said they liked the easier classes 0
17470 said they liked being the upper class 9. What's the best thing about being a Freshman?
1109010 said they missed their friends
42670 said being in high school
56010 said meeting new people
4. what do you like most about high schooi?
11010 said the sports 0 'i
24010 said they liked the freedom
3100 said' the classes
54010 said the people they met
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10. Are you looking forward to being a Sophomore?
7010 said Pio and 93010 said Yes
-information compiled by Tessa Wardzinski and Kimberly Koner
New classes provide new
challenges for Mary Ra-
Ken Oliver seems a little dis-
tracked during science.
ls this cool or what? Ray Ste-
vens enjoys a break from
Christopher A. Sanchez
Christopher J, Sanchez
Jose L. Sanchez
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84 CLASS CANDIDS
Cathy Griffen gets the upper hand on her victim in the GHS Y.
Debbie Walter and Mona Rodriguez share a laugh before class. 1
Victoria Murphy, Antwoyn Kindle, and Wendy Huehn get together in the
Seniors Kris Steele and Angie Newton seem to be enjoying their last year at
Sean Murphy, Chad Roth, and Mike Francis show their enthusiasm for ,
Sam Birkett gets homework done before school ends for the day.
GHS brings friends like Holly Anderson and Paula Mejia together daily.
Dan Espinoza works out in the weight room.
Ann Schultz, Carrie Randles, Chip Grzybowski, and Carrie Vasquez pose
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Keeps GHS Hopping
'86-'87 Club Officers
Features Editor-Carri Purgitt
Sports Editor-Randy Orick
T reasurer-Kim Trisoliere
Recording Secretary-Cheryl Demko
Corresponding Secretary-Michelle Headrick
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Miki Brasherjoins Mr. Pappas and Mr. Ambrose by tabulating
stats at a basketball game.
Sherry Aneas prepares to donate blood during the Annual Key
Club Blood Drive.
Pam Ritchie participates in a Marching Band performance.
Donating her time during Glendale Youth Day, Kim Trisoliere
earns money for the GHS Cheer squad.
Ms. Wallace, John Sinoris, Ms. Fox, David Ransom, and Mike
McAffrey compete in a local race.
Alex Santiago shows off his Best of Show portrait.
Art Show First Place went to Bernadette Armstrong for her
1987 Art Show Awards
Best of Show Award-Alexander Santiago
First Place-Bernadette Armstrong
Second Place-Rudy Delgado
Third Place-Marion Kaepple
Art Honorable Mention-Don Christensen, Anna Peuster, Jay
Deleon, Todd McQueen, Rhonda Tippie, Angela Aguayo,
and Greg Olson.
First Place-Carla McCuistion
Second Place-Andrew Villalobos
Third Place-Tracy Lloyd
Honorable Mention-Kris Meacler, Shannon Thompson,
Jimmy Lee, Candy Lewis, Tamara Maiocco
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA
REGION II WINTER CONFERENCE
First Place Winners-Pamela Ritchie, Rudy Delgado
Second Place-Kevin Fitzgerald
Third Place-Maria Meza
Fourth Place-Brenda Weedman, Raegina Roche
Fifth Place-Jacqueline Glass
Honorable Mention-Robert Preston, Michael Mapes
Of E cellence
ontinuing their tradition of excellence, the Glendale
High Marching Band had another excellent year on the
performance field. With 100 members and 22 flag
girls, the Band rated Superior at both the University of Ari-
zona Band Day and the Arizona State University Band Day. At
the State competition the Band was rated Excellent and re-
ceived awards for outstanding drum majors, outstanding
marching performance, and outstanding percussion section.
Hard work and long hours of practice under the direction of
Band Director Mr. Dan Lindsey paid off once again for the
dedicated members of the GHS Marching Band. - Rechel
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Janet Krejci performs before the judges of the U of A Band Day.
88 MARCHING BAND
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GHS Marching Band-lTop row, I-rl Billy Gallimore, Janet Krejci, Kathy
Seargeant, Pam Ritchie, Holly Poulson, Sam Birkett, Kim Hill, Michelle
Urquidez, Leon Settle, Anna Birkett, Lea Longo, Kari Murchison, Vicki
Wetenkamp, Kris Steele, Lisa Wood, Cheryl Demko. Bob Roels, tlfourth
rowj Kathy Hill, Bobby Mulligan, John Page, Kyle Haynes, Tracy Travis,
Rusty Hancock, Melissa Hausmann, Dustin Sherrill, Tia Wohlferd, John
Peterson, Michelle Lunnon, David Suggs, Sheila Manis, Dan Nieman, Ted
Blueford, Mark Pena, Jim Heiner, Tebi Williams, lThird rowl Stacie Peck,
Sandra lnoshita, Anna Garcia, Tracy Sykes, Tina Pruett, Melissa Sestan,
Darci Stapley, Mark Wilson, John Heiner, Julie Swartling, Jay McKim,
Tami LaGrow, Erin Sivesind, Laura Wineland, Melodi Murri, Lisa Nelson,
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Mike Diehl, Phil Lopez, William David, Billy Gallimore, and
Tom Watson perform at the University of Arizona.
-. V Shannon Christianson, Tom Cusack, lSecond rowj Tonja Hale, Nicole
Bissey, Courtney Ciminski, Marcia Wright, Dawnielle Powell, Lisa Daak,
Rochelle Rodgers, Anne Heiner, Rechel Penney, Trevor Cochran, Brenda
Weedman, Alynn Jones, Vicki Bush, Lorraine Conley, Jenny Heus, Cindy
Hofferber, Lori Carender, Christina Ashworth, Dea Mier, Debbie Rubio,
Mr. Lindsey, Marion Raeppel, 4First rowl Marcus CirUalva, Nina Nixon, Joe
Demko, Reina Mungaro, John Romero, Cheryl Wolff, Mark Koan, Jason
Jones, William David, Phil Lopez, Mike Diehl, Mark Thiele, Steph Hippen,
Cireg Paradis, Judi Bingham, Toby Williams, Rusty Taylor, Tom Watson,
Michelle Doyle, Tessa Wardzinski, Denise Salinas, Felicia Davis, lDrum
Majorsj Alison Blond and Mike Thompson.
GHS Flagline-lTop, I-rl Michelle Urquidez, Stacie Peck, Kris Steele, Tebi Williams, Pam
Ritchie, Holly Poulson, Lea Longo, lMiddle rowl Vicki Wetenkamp, Sam Birkett, Kari Murchi-
son, Shannon Christianson, Lisa Wood, Anna Birkett, lBottom rowl Janet Krejci, Rim Hill,
Kathy Hill, Tonja Hale, Cheryl Demko
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GHS Band Director Mr. Dan Lindsey watches his students
perform on the field in Tucson.
MARCHING BAND 89
l Outstanding' '
OFFICERS CORPS-CFront, I-r3 Jeff Hardy, Ed-
ward Bailey, Traci Pequignot, Tonja Mills,
Dan Espinoza, lMiddIe3 Ron Simpson, Gary
Rice, Tonze Stapleton, Peter Jacob, Glenn
Olson, Terry Gress, tBack3 Sheila Tompkins,
Joe Lizarraga, Phil Cushman.
CADETS-fFront, I-r3 Glenn Olson, Tonze Sta-
pleton, Ron Simpson, Ed Bailey, 4Row 23
Emmett Rise, Judy Bingham, Scott Craig,
Jeff Morency, James Barrera, David Soto,
Brett Anderson, Brent Farley, Howard Wat-
son, Ken Dickey. Master Chief Petty Officer
T. Wilson, tRow 53 Leon Settle, Walter Davis,
Roy Balogh. Joel Gerzoif, Tim Sheppard,
Paul Schmidt, Bill Murchison, Steve Kell,
Roy Dunn, James Parr, Corbin Craig, Mike
NEWSPAPER STAFF-4Front, l-r3 Tonze Sta-
pleton, Ron Simpson, 1Middle3 Corbin Craig,
Edward Bailey, Scott Craig, tBack3 Brett An-
derson, Joe Lizarraga, Phil Cushman, Walter
Davis, Eldon Mclnville, Jeremy Robertson.
RAPELLING TEAM-iFront3 Phil Cushman,
Terry Gress, Kitty Snyder, tRow 23 Jeff Har-
dy, Gary Rice, David Mansell, Peter Jacob,
Shawn Jordan, Jeff Morency, Steve Knoebel,
tRow Sl Jeremy Robertson, Phil Hodgkins,
Joe Lizarraga, James Parr, James Delaney,
Chris Chard, Brett Anderson, Jason Sweet,
SEA AND LAND SURVIVAL TEAM-iFront3 Ed
Bailey, Ken Dickey, Dan Espinoza, Tonja
Mills, James Delaney, James Barrera, 4Row
23 Tyler Danley, Jeff Hardy, Joe Lizarraga,
Gary Rice, David Mansell, Shantel Brooks,
Shawn Jordan, Konrad Klopping, iRow 53
Steve Harris, Glenn Olson, Sheila Tompkins,
Phil Cushman, Jeremy Robertson, Peter Ja-
cob, Terry Gress, tRow 43 Angel Reyes, Wal-
ter Davis, Jason Sweet, James Parr, Chris
RIFLE TEAM-Joe Liza rraga, Jeff Hardy, Peter
Jacob, Phil Cushman, Jeff Morency, Terry
DRILL TEAM WITH ARMS-iFront, l-r3 Gary
Rice, Terry Gress, iRow 23 Peter Jacob, Dan
Espinoza, Jeremy Robertson, Konrad Klop-
ping, Ken Hodgkins, fBack3 Phil Cushman,
Joe Lizarraga, Jason Sweet, Tyler Danley,
DRILL TEAM WITHOUT ARMS-iFr0nt, l-r3
Tracie Pequignot, Tonja Mills, iRow 23 David
Mansell, Shantel Brooks, iRow 53 Eldon
Mclnville, Kitty Snyder, Shawn Jordan,
iBack3 Sheila Tompkins, Steve Harris, Steve
Knoebel, James Delaney.
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Sea and Land Survival Team
'86-'87 mnorc Awards A
Peoria Fiesta Parade-5rd Place fBest Marching Unitl
Billy Moore Day Parade-lst Place fBest ROTC Drill Teaml
War Games vs. Apollo-lst Place ,
Annual Military inspection-''Outstanding'
Annual Battalian Football Game-Glendale 55, Apollo 0
Meritorious Achievement Ribbon-Stapleton
Oak Harbor Rifle Match-Morency and Jacob, Silver Med
Arizona interscholastic Rifle Match-First place team overall
Secretary of the Navy Rifle Match-Morency and Jacob, Gold Medals:
Cushman, Hardy, Lizarraga, Bronze Medals.
Oak Harbor Rifle Match W2-Morency and Jacob, Gold Medals: Hardy,
Silver Medal, Lizarraga, Bronze Medal.
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JAZZ ENSEMBLE-iFront, I-rl Bob Roels, Dan Neiman, Tia
Wohlfred, Brenda Weedman, iMiddIel Kyle Haynes, John
niener, Jay McKim, Mark Koan, David Suggs, Rusty Taylor,
Mark Pena, Phil Lopez, .lim Heiner, iTopl Bill Gallimore.
ORCHESTRA-lFront,l-ri Melissa Hausmann, Lori Gates,
Tony Eye, Mary Kinney, Stacey George, ilvliddlel Mr. Lind-
sey, Traci Blair, Lisa Bachman, Brandi Whitfield, Jenny
Heus, Vicki Wetenkamp. Angie Bejarano. iBackl Cheryl
Wolff. Sean Blair, Eric Blair, Galt Pettett, Scott Blair.
BAND OFFICERS-lfront, l-rl Denise Salinas, Tami LaGrow,
Michelle Lunnon, Alison Blond, tBackl Mark Pena, Michael
Thompson, Jim Heiner, Bob Mulligan, John Page, Mark
CONCERT CHOIR-tFront, l-rl Mr. Yoder, Kari Murchison,
Laura Gamble, Lisa Waddell, Angela Garrison, Laura Mar'
tinez, Angelica Valenzuela, Shaun Peron, Kim O'Hara, Ka-
ren Dickinson, lMiddlel Kelly Bates, Joy Hatcher, Christine
rlofferber, Lester Parker, Marcus James, Tony Sanchez,
Kelly Brown, Kelly Grzybowskl, Bonnie Combs, iliackl Jen-
nifer Osborne, Tim Goodman, Scottie Sykes, Doug
Schmidt, Brett White, Gilbert Soliz, Mark Wilson, Chris Reg-
nier, Jennifer Friedlund, Amber Graham.
VOCAL ENSEMBLE-iFront, l-rl Rebecca Brockman, Stacy
Horst, Christina Jojola, Diana Jojola, Victoria Murphy, Mar-
cia Wright, Kari Murchison, 4Middlel Jeremy Morse. Vladi-
mir Guerrero, Stephanie Hippen, Jeanne Mabbitt, Aylynri
Jones-Hand, iBackJ william Gallimore, John Page, Mark
Koan, Tim Barben, Mark Wilson, Mr, Yoder.
CHOIR 0l"FlCEKS'Bill Gallimore, President: Jeanne Mab-
bitt, Vice-President: Stephanie Hippen, Treasurer: Marcia
Wright, Secretary: Not Pictured: Doug Schmidt and Angela
Garrison, Concert Choir Representatives.
DRAMA CLUB-Jody Rykus, Kim Trlsollere, Melanie Harn-
mers, Angel Ciardullo, John Page, Amber Jamison, Mark
Koan, Laura Wineland, Maureen Nelson, Trevor Cochran,
Jennifer Alexander, Nick Wyzevich, Alice Passmore, Marcia
wright, Stephanie Hippen, Trina Sporleder, Billie Miller.
Jason Snodgrass, Bob Roels, Pat Sutherland, Scott Wilson,
Alison Blond, Lillian Ortega, Bill Gallimore, Heather Han-
sen, Tracey Ciorneckl, Tawanda Strodtman, Marion Kaep-
pel, Jeannette Reed, Kris Steele, Debra Stapley, Mike Reed,
Laura Gamble. Stacy Bush. Not pictured: Debbie Robert-
son, Amy Winters, Cheryl Dernko, Greg Bee, Ryan Pomeroy,
Debra Batty, Chrissie Ream, Adam Miller, Cathy Ciriffen.
Tracy Biegun, Danny Sarrels, April Woods, Crissy Cullison.
Jennifer Hough, Jonnie Parker, Ellen Stewart.
THESPIANS-Jody Rykus, Kim Trisoliere, Melanie Ham-
mers, Angel Ciardullo, John Page, Amber Jamison, Mark
Koan, Laura Wineland, Maureen Nelson, Trevor Cochran,
Jennifer Alexander, Nick Wyzevich, Alice Passmore, Marcia
Wright, Stephanie rlippen, Trina Sporleder, Billie Miller,
Jason Snodgrass, Bob Roels, Pat Sutherland, Scott Wilson,
Alison Blond, Lillian Ortega, Bill Gallimore, Heather Han-
sen. Not pictured: Lea Longo, Mark Pena, Renae Stover,
Steve Weltsch, Mike Diehl, Annie Hoogendoom, Bill Good-
win, Lisa Wood.
THESPIAN OFFICERS-Laura Wineland, Secretary: Jody Ry-
kus, Seargeanbat-arms: Alison Blond, Historian: Angel
Ciardullo, Vice-President: Lea Longo, President: tlirontl Lil-
lian Ortega, Historian, Kim Trisoliere, Treasurer: Bill Galli-
more, Senior Consultent.
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Vocal Ensemble Thespians
Choir Officers Thespian Officers
NEWSPAPER STAFF-Ms. Romey, Hans De-
lakowitz, George Molina, Dawn Negethon,
Randy Orick, Carri Purgitt, Alma Lopez, Bob
Croteau, Aimee Tappenden, Mike McAffrey.
Not pictured: Kim Williams.
KEY CLUB-lTop, I-ri Mark Koan, Jackie
O'Malley, Barry Dersh, Stephani Branson,
Sheila Manis, Steve Welsch, Robert Preston,
Laura Ward, John Page, Ms. Smith, iBottomJ
Jennifer Hough, Viki Bush, Jeannette Reed,
Kim Trisoliere, Dea Meir, Sandra lnoshita,
Heather Hansen, Bill Gallimore.
SADD-Cyndi Mesquita, Lori Braughton,
Shana Duff, Kim Williams, Barry Dersh, Mike
Thompson, Mark Koan, Cliff Stewart, Mr.
ASB-tifronti Maria Delgado, Brenda Weed-
man, Lupe Ramirez, Stacey Bush, Michelle
Headrick, Tracey Sykes, Lenora Harris,
Mario Rodriguez, Kim Williams, Tami La-
Grow, Cheryl Demko, Aimee Tappenden,
Denise Salinas, Dea Mier, Stephani Branson,
Anita Franco, Cyndi Mesquita, John Peter-
son, Billie Miiler, tTopi Barry Dersh, Rusty
Taylor, Jennifer Wiemer, Kim Trisoliere,
Mike Thompson, Ms. Nelson, Lori
Braughton, Pat Harrington, Gerry Penalosa,
Wence Arevelo, Steve Sanchez, Terry Bel-
den, Hidden: Brian Capistran.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-iTopi Mike
Thompson, Barry Dersh, Mark Pena, John
Page, Mark Koan, Cheryl Demko, Candy
Woeltie, Ms. Johnson, iFronti Pam Ritchie,
Lisa Wood, Cliff Stewart, Kathy Hill, Julia
Parks, Kim Williams.
FBLA-ftirontj Rudy Delgado, Raegina Roche,
Mike Allen, Melodi Murri, Laura Martinez,
Anna Mesquita, Veronica Vasquez, QMiddlei
Jody Hildebrand, Crystal Fairless, Crystal
Belshe, Anne Greiner, Sylvia Hernandez,
Jackie Glass, iBackJ Joe Clonch, Robert
Creston, Mike Mapes, James Thigeson, De-
bra Stapley, Anna Birkett, Lisa Wood, Pam
Ritchie, Ms. Hullihen.
ART CLUB-liiront, l-rj Bemadette Arm-
strong, Gloria Begay, Lupe Ramirez, Mary
Rodriguez, tRow 23 Angela Aguayo, Maureen
Nelson, Marion Kaeppel, Greg Olson, Elliott
Ferguson, lRow 55 Vivian Saenz, Anna Peus-
ter, Jay Deleon, Jon Garner, fBackl Chris
Miller, Alex Santiago, Mr. Scott.
SKI CLUB-Ms. Atwood, Stephanie Branson,
Ms. Bacon, Molly Renner, Miki Brasher, Marc
Scilleri, Jena Elliott, Bill Lage, Paul Romero.
MECHA-tiironti Bobby Juarez, Anita Franco,
Anna Pena, Maria Booe, tRow 25 Carol
Saenz, Tony Sanchez, Angie Pena, Mr.
Bierner, Linda Cisneroz.
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NHS. ski Club
BASKETBALL STAT BRATSfMiCheile Hea-
clrick, Becky Brockman, David Miracle, Kerri
Croteau, Stacey Bush, JoLinda Miller, Gloria
Begay, Nikki Brasher, Dawn Negethon,
WRESTLING MAT ANGELS-Dea Mier,
Heather Hansen, Selene West, Stephanie
Branson, Carol Saenz, Anita Franco, Kathy
Murphy, Barbara Aguiiar, Kristi Rogers.
LETTER CLUB-Deana Ryder, Cliff Stewart,
Michelle Mizer, Mindy Hayes, Tami Lafirow,
Billie Miller, CROW 27 Julie Lock, Tracy Da-
vies, Siegiid Burton, Bob Roels, Mark Pena,
Rob' Clary, Mike Thompson, tBacki Debbie
Gerace, Joe Eto, Brad Ritch, David Dager,
Pat Harrington, Bob Esscudero, Matt Sprier,
Basketball Stat Brats
Wrestling Mat Angels
Cardinal Court And Sweetheart
he Cardinal Court Dance was
held in January and six cou-
ples were honored. Cardinal
Court Royalty are voted upon by
their classmates and to be eligible
to be on the ballot, a student must
be in the top 1O0!o of his or her
The Valentine's Dance held on Feb-
ruary 14 honored the Sweetheart
royalty. These young ladies were
nominated and voted upon by their
CARDINAL COURT SENIOR ROYALTY- lst Attendants Mark Pena and CARDINAL COURT JUNIOR ROYALTY-lst Attendants Tami LaCirow and
Candy Woelqe, King Mike Thompson and Queen Cheryl Demko, 2nd Matt Swartz, Princess Debbie Gerace and Prince George Smith, 2nd At-
Attendants Chris Solarez and Pam Ritchie. tendants Jerry Clin and Angel Ciardullo, not pictured.
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SWEETHEART ROYALTY Freshman Sweetheart Sheila Salazar, Sopho-
more Sweetheart Amber Jamison, Sweetheart Queen Lea Longo, Senior
Sweetheart Candy Woelqe, Junior Sweetheart Jena Elliot.
CARDINAL COURT AND SWEETHEART 97
GHS Performers Present
The Curious Savage
he Curious Savage opened on
Thursday, December 11, 1986
and went on to give three perfor-
mances up through closing night, Sat-
urday, Dec. 13. All the applause was
evidence that Director Ms. Esta Gold-
stein, the cast and crew, and the rest of
the Drama Department had, once
again, presented an outstanding pro-
The Curious Savage is a play set in
the 1940's in a plush sanitarioum
called "The Cloisters." The play cen-
ters around Mrs. Ethel Savage tAmber
Jamisonl who is committed by her
three step-children, Titus lSteve
Weltschl, Lily Belle lTracy Beigunl, and
Samuel tMark Koanl for irresponsible
actions. Mrs. Savage wishes to set up a
memorial fund to give away money for
foolish causes in her husband's name.
Her greedy children, however, do not
see this as an acceptable use of their
father's estate and try everything in
their power to stop their step-mother
from setting up her fund.
While inside the Cloisters, the blue-
haired, teddy-bear-carrying Mrs. Sav-
age meets five i'guests" of the sanitar-
ium. Fairy Mary tMarcia Wright! is a
plain, unattractive girl in her early twen-
ties whose off-the-wall antics make her
a zany but lovable character. Hannibal
tJohn Page! is a chubby older man who
' was a Statistician before his committ-
ment and seems to have a cherubic
him. Florence tDebbie
Robertsonj is a motherly character
whose child has died and who takes on
a doll as a surrogate son. Jeffrey tJer-
emy Morsel is a handsome young ex-
war pilot who believes that his face is
scarred because his plane was shot
down and he lost his crew. And, Mrs.
Paddy tLea Longol is an angry, older
woman whose only aim in life is to tell
everyone of all the things she hates.
Mrs. Savage befriends the guests and
confides in them. lt seems that she has
taken the stock holdings of the S10 mil-
lion estate, sold them, and converted
them into a neat bundle of half-million
dollar bonds that can't be traced. The
staff at The Cloisters, Dr. Emmett
tStephanie Hippenl and Miss Wilhel-
mina tJennifer Alexanderb tly to per-
suade Mrs. Savage to give up her me-
morial fund but Mrs. Savage refuses.
Meanwhile, her children are on their
way back for it seems she has taken the
bonds and hidden them somewhere.
She sends all three of them off on em-
barrassing wild goose chases. Finally
they are able to force her to tell them
where the bonds are by threatening to
use a "truth drug" on her. She pulls
the bonds out of her teddy bear. Sud-
denly Mrs. Paddy appears and out go
the lights. When the lights come on,
the bonds are gone and a neat little
mystery ensues in which almost all of
the characters are accused of stealing
the bonds. Suddenly Miss Willie ap-
pears with a basin full of burnt papers
which she found in Mrs. Paddy's room.
Mrs. Savage identities one piece as one
of her bonds and finally her children
Dr. Emmett decides that Mrs. Savage
is not psychotic and decides to let her
go. Miss Willie returns Mrs. Savage's
bonds with a piece of one she burned
with the other papers and the five
guests give her going-away gifts and
their love in a very touching ending.
The applause wasn'tjust for the 11
cast members but also for the hard-
working crew who all donated a lot of
their time and energy. Much gratitude
went to the crew heads who were Jody
Rykhus, stage manager: Jason Snod-
grass, construction, Nick Wyzevich,
soundp Bill Goodwin, lighting, Steve
Weltsch, publicity, Jennifer Hough and
Maureen Nelson, props, Alsion Blond,
costumes: Laura Wineland, make-up,
Kris Steele and Ellen Stewart, poster
and program design: Jody Rykhus,
painting, Angel Ciardullo, assistant di-
rector. Also a special note of thanks
went to all who helped build and paint
the set. Those people were Melanie
Hammers, David Steele, Mike Reed,
John Page, Bill Goodwin, Jennifer Alex-
ander, Bob Roels, Jeremy Morse,
Heather Hansen, hris Steele, Lea
Longo, Scott Wilson, Bill Gallimore,
Mark Koan, Maureen Plelson, Renae
Stover, Billie Miller, Lillian Ortega,
Trina Sporleder, and Debra Stapley.
Mrs. Savage tAmber Ja-
mison J and Lilly Belle
tTracy Beigunl have a
tug-of-war while an exas-
perated Samuel tMark
Koanj looks on.
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The 'tguestsu at The Cloisters include Hannibal ftlohn Pagel, Fairy May
iMarcia Wrightl, Mrs. Paddy fLea Longol, Florence fDebbi Robertsonj,
and Jeffrey Ueremy Morsel. 1
A shy Jeffrey Ueremy Morsel pleads with staff member Miss Willie Uen-
nifer Alexanderj not to show so much affection for him because he's
Samuel lMark Koanl, Titus lSteve Weltschl and Lily Belle lTracy Biegunl
inform Dr. Emmett fStephanie Hippenl of their mother's exploits.
Mrs. Savage lAmber Jamisonl first sets foot in The Cloisters and Miss
Wilhelmina Uennifer Alexanderl and Dr. Emmett lStephanie Hippenj
FALL PLAY 99
Spring usical Is
Annie Get Your Gun
he 1987 musical production at
GHS was Annie Get Your Gun,
directed by Ms. Esta Goldstein.
The play was presented on April 9, 10,
and 11, and consisted of over 40 cast
and crew members, plus orchestra
Annie Get Your Gun is a western musi-
cal. A young girl named Annie, played
by Lea Longo, is having to take care of
her younger siblings by herself out in
the country, and she has learned to
shoot a gun quite well. When a young
man, played by Mark Koan, comes to
town claiming to be the best shot in the
world, Annie meets him and competes
with him in a shooting match. When
Annie wins, the young man, Frank, isn't
satisfied and challenges her to another
match to find out who really is the best
shot in the world. Chief Sitting Bull,
played by Pat Sutherland, tells Annie
that if she likes Frank and wants to
catch him, she better let him win the
shooting match, and think he is the
best shot in the world. Although at first
Annie and Frank don't really like each
other, throughout the course of the
play they really begin to care for one
another. Eventually, the couple does
get together, and Annie lets Frank be-
lieve that he is the world's best shot.
Other cast members included Assistant
Director Jody Rykus, Stage Manager
Heather Hansen, Alison Blond, Melanie
Hammers, Maureen Nelson, Laura Win-
eland, John Page, Scott Wilson, Kari
Murchison, Steph Hippin, Marcia
Wright, Mark Wilson, Jeanne Mabbitt,
Jennifer Hough, David Steele, Kris
Steele, Amy Winters, Steve Weltsh,
Stacy Horst, April Woods, Bill Galli-
more, Ryan Pomeroy, Lillian Ortega,
Cheryl Demko, Jason Snodgrass, Lau-
ra Gamble, Debbie Robertson, Trevor
Cochran, Kim Trisoliere, Adam Miller,
Andy Norris, James Sykes, Darold Dick-
ey, Fanel Florea, Mike Reed, Jeanette
Reed, Renae Stover, Greg Bee, Amber
Jamison, Maria Delgado, Bob Roels,
Tim Nieman, Tracy Biegun, and Alice
Passmore. -Kris Steele
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Annie Get Your Gun Stars Lea Longo as Annie and Mark Koan as Frank.
Chief Sitting Bull CPat Sutherlandl tries to get the truth out of Dolly lAlison
Blondl while Charlie lBill Gallimorel looks on approvingly.
The spring musical stars Bill Gallimore, Alison Blond, Mark Koan, Lea
Longo, Melanie Hammers, and John Page.
Important to the running ofthe play are Stage Manager Heather Hansen and
Assistant Director Jody Rykhus.
Annie Get Your Gun includes a large cast and crew full of singers, dancers,
actors, actresses, and extras.
Frank lMark Koanl enjoys the attentions ofthe girls while Annie CLea Longol
fumes. The girls are special dancers Tracy Biegun, Kris Steele, Cheryl
Demko, Kim Trisoliere, and Lillian Ortega.
The musical could never take the stage without the guidance and dedication
of musical director Mr. Jeff Yoder and production director Ms. Esta Gold-
Members ofthe chorus look for the approaching stage coach.
ANNIE GET YOUR GUN 101
Gathers Year's Events
he task facing the 1987 Yearbook Staff was to
put together a chronicle ofthe faces and activi-
ties of the 1986-87 school year at Glendale
High School. Writing articles, scheduling pictures,
taking pictures, identifying pictures, laying-out pages,
and trying, unsucessfully, to meet deadlines were all
a part of the Yearbook Staffs year. Despite the
amount of work involved, all Yearbook activities
throughout the year were carried out by volunteers
who worked after school and at night to get the work
done. Ms. Reynolds served as Yearbook Adviser.
The Yearbook Staffhopes every GHS student will able
to look fondly back at the 1986-87 year at Glendale
High School through the pages of the '87 Cardinal.
Yearbook Section Editors- Maria Olga Meza, Faculty, Anna Cardenas,
lndez Michael Thompson, Sports, Lori Braughton, Activities, and Kim
Williams Copy Editor.
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1987 Yearbook Editor Kathy Hill, Business Manager Cheryl Demko, and
Assistant Editor and Chief Photographer Maria Delgado.
Yearbook Class Editors-Kris Steele, Senior Section, Cyndi Mesquita, Junior
Section, Sheila Manis, Sophomore Section, and Tessa Wardzinski, Fresh-
Yearbook Staff- lBack row, l-rl Mario Ro-
driquez, Jeremy Morse, tMiddlel Lupe
Ramirez, Yolanda Rojo, Rechel Penney,
lFrontl Dawn Negethon, Shana Duff.
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Team Refuses To Quit
he 1986 Varsity Football season proved to be a
frustrating but unrelenting season for all in-
volved. Going into the season with optimistic
attitudes, the team played with dedication through
Compared to the previous season, the team had
come quite a way. Progress was noticed throughout
the season and especially in the final game when the
team lost a close and hard fought game to Cortez.
The team always kept trying no matter what the odds
or score. 'lThe team's greatest asset is that they are
not quitters," said Coach Tom Hernandez.
Coach Hernandez is looking forward to next year's
season and says that the team will rely heavily upon
running backflinebacker Rob Clary and other return-
ing linemen. However, one outstanding linebacker
that the team will be losing is Senior David Dager.
David was named to the first team All-Divisional and
received an honorable mention for All-State. Other
outstanding individuals named as honorable men- W
tion for All-Divisional were Cliff Stewart, Kenny Aneas, Glendale quarterback Pat Harrington gets ready to
and Gary Rice.-Mike Thompson throw a pass during the Homecoming football
VARSITY FOOTBALL-tBottom row, I-rl Robbie Robles, Cliff Stewart, Norbert Armenta, Ciilbert Mercado, Mike Slaughter, Chris Solarez, Paul
Schragl, lRow 23 Siegrid Burton, Kevin Crawford, Ken Aneas, Coach Zahn, Coach Holveck, Coach Hernandez, Coach Ciallimore, Coach
Jacobs, Tony Passalacqua, Mike Dominguez, tRow 55 Steve Espinoza, Dwayne Washington, Bill Ciallimore, Rob Clary, Carey Chance, Randy
Funk, J.B. Greer, David O'Dell, Julie Lock, lTop rowl Gary Rice, Raul Valenzuela, David Dager, Matt Spreier, Pat Harrington, Don Rasmussen,
Brad Ritch, and Kevin Dykes.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOT-
BALL-lBottom row, I-rl
Robert Ramirez, Steph-
anie Branson, Nicole
Strate, Coach Brown,
Coach Anderson, Dean-
na Mier, Sandra lnoshita,
Gerry Penalosa, tRow 23
Eric Blair, Matt Martin-
son, Albert Mendoza,
Doug Schmidt, Joe Orte-
ga, Mike Castrovinci,
Ricky Braughton, tRow5l
Kevin Martin, George
Smith, Chris Rowell,
Andy Mendez, David Ja-
quez, Jimmy Lee, Eddie
Delcicl, iTop rowl Marc
Drane, Dwayne Washing-
ton, Nick Wyzevich, Gabe
Pompa, Pat Sutherland,
Mick Thompson, and
tBottom row, l-rl Wesley
Teranishi, Mike Moore,
Eddie Williamson, Chris
Sanchez, Scott Bona-
sera, lRow 23 Joe Ramos,
Andy Young, Bryan Elli-
sor, Coach Larry Tualla,
Coach Paul Tualla, Andy
Harrington, Pat Parker,
Steve Sherrill, tRow 35
William Dorame, Jim
Huehn, Alex Miranda,
Fanel Florea, Jerry Mon-
tUo, Steve White, Alfredo
Lujan, Ricky Mendoza,
tRow 49 Vince Jasso, Bri-
an Kilpatrick, Joe Del-
ponte, Mike Mercado,
Jeff Spino, Bill Murchi-
son, Hector Valenzuela,
tTop rowl Mark Evans,
Manny Samora, Sean
Knaack, Gene Wright, Mi-
guel Turrey, Jeff Pugh,
he Girls' Swimming Team for
the 1986 season was
coached by Ms. Peggy Peck.
Four members of the team showed
a great deal of talent and went to
the divisional competition: Molly
Renner, 500 freestyle and 100
breaststrokep Michelle Mizer, 50
freestyle and backstroke relay,
Kristin Merkel, breaststroke relay,
and Terri Scruggs, freestyle relay.
Molly Renner was captain of the
team and also high point swimmer.
Billie Miller, Lillian Ortega, and Ma-
ria Booe were a great asset to the
team and gained valuable exper-
ience for next year. The 1986 GHS
Swim Team had a good year for a
young team.-Kris Steele
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Seven swimmers competed on
the 1986 GHS Swim Team.
SWIM TEAM-Dena Ryder, Team Assistant, Terri Scruggs, Molly Renner, Coach Peck, lMiddle rowl Kristin Merkel, Mana
Booe, and Lillian Ortega, fFront rowl Billie Miller, Michelle Mizer.
olleyball Teams Show Strength
he 1986-87 Glendale High School Volleyball
teams worked hard all season with some
strong victories and some close losses. De-
spite having a won and lost record of2-12, the Varsity
Volleyball Team really put out great efforts on the
court all season. The team experienced victories
over South Mountain and Flagstaff as well as many
other close games. Coach Prado did a finejob coach-
ing the girls in her first varsity season at Glendale.
Coach Cruz also did an excellent job coaching the
Junior Varsity Team as they had a successful season.
Winning nearly half of their games, the team showed
a lot of improvement over past years. The unity of the
team and the amount of returning players helped add
to the success of the season. - Mike Thompson
Ready to return the ball during a home game are
Angie Newton, W9, and Donna Suggs.
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL-CTop row, I-rl Christina Dominguez, Jessica Nolan, Coach Prado, Kristin Maynes, Debbie Gerace,
flvliddle rowl Donna Suggs, Tamisha Grout, Angie Newton, Maria Escudero, tfront rowl Lupe Gonzales, and Denise Salinas.
Tappenden and Diane Ortega.
JUNIOR VARSITY-lTop row, I-rl Dee
Troth, Sheila Manis, Coach Cruz,
Anna Cardenas, Debbie Mendez, flvlid-
dle rowl Tracie Pequinot, Lisa Arce,
Cathy Ciriffin, Francesca Fajardo,
iFront rowl Lupe Ramirez, Bernedette
FROSI-I VOLLEYBALL-fTop row, l-rj
Coach Miller, Danelle Wigglesworth,
Lisa Nunez, Katrina Barbour, llvliddle
rowl Maria Valadez, Manal Asaad,
Sherri Sario, fFront rowj Virginia
Rutherford, Barbie Hunt, Valerie Fres-
quez, Melissa Amparan.
Flores Division Champ,
ith records of 9-9 for the boys and 10-8 for
the girls, both the Boys' and Girls' Cross
Country Teams went to the State together for
the first time in Glendale High School's history. The
boys were aided by outstanding performances
throughout the season by Senior Thomas Flores and
Junior Paul Egnatoff. Thomas was the divisional
champion and placed 11th at the state finals, while
Paul placed 4th at divisionals and 22nd at State. Both
were named to the All-Division Team. Freshman Bri-
an Capistran and Sophomores Juan Rubio and Lee
Barton produced great efforts and showed a lot of
potential for next year.
Outstanding members of the Girls' Team included
Junior Bernadette Armstrong, Sophomores Gloria
Begay, JoLinda Miller, Beatrice Luna, Beatrice Al-
manza, and Freshmen Lina Luna and Lisa Bachman.
' Mike Thompson Glendale early in the season.
Division Champ Thomas Flores competes for
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-iFront row, l-ry Mike Freet, Dave Baltzel, Bernadette Armstrong, Doug Freet, Brian Capistran,
qlvliddlel Lisa Bachman, Thomas Flores, Juan Rubio, Beatrice Luna, lFrontJ Billy Egnatoff, Gloria Begay, Coach Espinoza,
.loLinda Miller, Lee Barton, Lina Luna.
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Peter Jacob competes in the J.V. Cross
Country meet hosted by Thunderbird.
Freshman runner Lisa Bachman shows out-
standing potential for the coming years.
Sophomore runner Bernadette Armstrong
begins a cross country course.
Juan Rubio was chosen as the "Most Im-
proved" runner on the 1986 Cross Country
Freshman runner Brian Capistran sets out
on the rough terrain ofa cross country
fum . s.
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Keeping Cardinal Pride Alive
lthough divided into two separate squads
for football and basketball seasons, both
Cheer squads were able to keep the spirit
alive at Glendale High. Both squads performed
dances and cheered on our teams through their
quests for victory.
The fall varsity squad had many returning faces
from last year's young varsity squad. Veteran
cheerleaders were Captain Candace Woelqe, Co-
Captain Mindy Hayes, Kim Trisoliere, and Belinda
Simmons. Up from last year'sjunior varsity squad
were Amber Jamison, Renae Stover, Maria Del-
gado, and Julie Lock.
The winter squad, however, had a new twist to it as
it had many new faces. Male yell leaders were ad-
ded as the first male cheerleaders Glendale High
School has ever seen. Seniors Mark Koan and
Scott Wilson along with Mark Wilson participated.
Returning from the winter squad were Captain Tif-
fani Gessel, Maria Delgado, Amber Jamison,
Renae Stover, and LaArnie Arceo. Kris Steele,
Jackie Baugh, Sam Birkett, Stephanie Rose, and
Tebi Williams were new members of the squad. By
working with new sponsor Ms. Fuller, both squads
worked hard to improve school spirit at games and
assemblies. Through their success, they were able
to attract many people interested in trying out for
the squads. They kept Cardinal Pride alive!
Cheerleaders promote spirit by leading cheers during the
Varsity Football Cheer
VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEER- lTop row, l-rl Amber Jamison, Julie Lock, Candy Woelqe,
Kim Trisoliere, Belinda Simmons, Renae Stover, lMiddle rowl Mindy Hayes, Tiffani Cres-
sel, Nicole Clemenson, fFrontJ Maria Delgado
J .V. Football Cheer
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEER-ll-rl Lucia Delgado, Tracey Oornecki, Alice Pass-
more, Olivia Lopez, Lillian Ortega.
VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEER-tTop row, I-rl
Mark Koan, Amber Jamison, Mark Wilson,
Renae Stover, Scott Wilson, 4MiddIe rowl Tiffani
Gessel, Tebi Williams, tFront rowl Kris Steele,
Maria Delgado, LaArnie Arceo, Stephanie Rose
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEER-tTop
rowl Tracy Gornecki, Lucia Delgado, Denise
Foose, tFront rowb Billie Miller, Melinda Jones,
Lillian Ortega. Not pictured, Olivia Lopez.
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Football cheerleaders perform during the Homecoming game.
Basketball cheer squad presents one of their many routines during
half-time of a home basketball game.
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Badminton nd Golf Increase
In 2nd Season
he Badminton Team for 1986 was coached by Mr.
Brian Lassley and showed an increase in numbers
over last year's team. The 1986 team included 8
players on Varsity and 5 players on Junior Varsity. The
team showed a lot of determination and improvement
through the season and should be in good shape for
1986 was also the second year for the GHS Golf Team.
There were 11 players this season. After only one win
during last season, this year's team brought home 4
wins and high hopes for next year. The top five players
during the season were Mike Lanman, Bill Knight, Karl
Schroeder, Terry Belden, and Mike Dakin.
-Kris Steele Eifld Mafia Delgado Knight, Tim Miller, Steve Knoebel, Fred Beyer, and Tom Yoxall.
GOLF TEAM-tTop-I-rl Coach Duer, Mike Lanman, Coach France iFrontl
Karl Schroeder, Terry Belden, Mike Dakin. Plot pictured: John Evans, Kill
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Kathy Schroeder "watches the bird- Badrninton
ie" during a practice session.
BADMINTON TEAM-lT0p row, I-rl Lina Luna, Kathy Murphy, Beatrice Luna, Becky Jones, Coach Lassley,
Melinda Jones, Jackie O'Malley, Bernadette Armstrong, tFrontj Gloria Begay, Kathy Schroeder, Vickie
Murphy, and JoLinda Miller.
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Juan Rubio makes a move against a
St. Mary's player while Terry Belden
and Marc Scilleri move in to provide
lendale's inaugural soccer sea-
son was a success! The Cardinals
had the opportunity to set up a
firm foundation for the first GHS Soccer
Teams. The athletes had the opportuni-
ty to size the quality of their competi-
tion. This is very important to the im-
provement of soccer at Glendale. The
quality and caliber of the soccer pro-
gram at Glendale High will continue to
improve as the players and coaches be-
-Coach Ray Bierner
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SOCCER TEAM-fFront row, I-ri Mark McCowan, Mike Freet, Matt Swartz, Jim Heiner, Jason Jones, Juan Rubio, Terry Belden, Andy
Harrington, Roger Epperhart, 12nd rowi Selena West, Shawn Stockman, Bill Egnatoff, Kevin Kinslow, John Esparza, Marc Scilleri,
Ramon Medina, Mike Bell, Marcus GrUalva, f.'5rd rowi Lori Carender, Ken Dooley, Bob Roels, Paul Schragel, Jacob Swartz, Pat Parker,
Phil Lopez, Louis Duvall, Greg Schultz, Tamisha Grout, lBack rowl Coach Bell, Mickey Anderson, Colleen Wood, David Dager, Bryan
Lentz, Cecil Stover, Daniel Meyer, Coach Bierner,
Aneas And Torculas
First In Division Tournament
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he 1986-87 season for the Cilen-
dale High School Varsity Wres-
tling Team proved to be a very
rewarding one for several hard-work-
ing individuals. Under the coaching of
Coach Soto, the team placed 10th in
the State Tournament with just four
wrestlers. The top honors went to
Kenny Aneas and Robert Torculas
who both placed first in their respec-
tive weight classes at the Divisional
Tournament. Both also did well at the
State Tournament as Kenny placed
2nd and Robert placed 5rd.
Robert Torculas becomes a winner in the Shadow Mountain Tournament.
VARSITY WRESTLING-lFront row, l-rj Jimmy Ostermeyer, Ernie Ochoa, Ray Diaz, Ryan Funk, John Bustoz, tMiddleJ Paul
Salcido, Robert Torculas, Norm MacArther, Fanel Florea, Randy Funk, Manny Samora, tBackJ Coach Lopez, Coach Anderson,
Robert Meza, Joey Saenz, Tony Knaack, Kenny Aneas, Coach Brown, Head Coach Soto.
JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING-
lFront row, I-rj John Bustoz, Ray
Diaz, Ryan Funk, Norm MacArthur,
4Back rowj Coach Brown, Paul Sal-
cido, Tony Knaack
row, I-rl Toby Williams, Cius Del-
gado, Jimmy Ostermeyer, Clvliddlel
John Evans, Wes Teranishi, lTopl
Coach Anderson, Manny Samora,
Tony Knaack, Fanel Florea, Coach
he Boys' Basketball Team had a lot of spirit and never-
say-die attitudes throughout the whole 1986-87 sea-
son. Captained by Seniors Antwoyn Rindle and Paul
Romero, the Cardinals were able to improve throughout the
year, developing a positive attitude about the season. Al-
though finishing the season with a 4-18 record with victories
over Peoria, Cactus, Washington, and Independence, the
team was able to excite the Cardinal fans with a lot ofthrilling
And so was the case on Friday the 15th when the Cardinals
downed the Patriots of Independence 59-56, avenging a one-
point overtime loss to them earlier in the season. This was
followed by a hard fought 56-555 victory over the Washington
Rams. Glendale almost made it three-in-a-row at the final
conference game of the season against Flagstaff, but Flagstaff
was able to come back to win a heartbreaker, 65-60.
Pride and spirit were hallmarks of this team and with the
youth that the team had this year, Coach Scott felt certain that
they should be even better next year.
Andy Norris rebounds during the game against Cactus
while Gerry Penalosa and Antwoyn Kindle stand ready to
VARSITY BASKETBALL-fFront, I-rj Gerry Penalosa, Jerry Gin, Joe Eto, David O'Dell, Larry Tarkington, .lay Padilla, l5EiCKi Coach
Roger Scott, Mike Schumacher, Paul Romero, Tim Nieman, Dan Rasmussen, Andy Norris, Antwoyn liindle, Not pictured, Larry
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-
tFront, l-rl Chris l-lampton, Joe Or-
tega, Michael Castrovinci, Jimmy
Lee, tBackl Derek Bauer, Lamonte
Freightman, Steve Miracle, Larry
Franco, Jason Boyd, Coach Bob
l-rl Brian Ellisor, Alex Miranda,
Hector Valenzuela, tBackl Jeff
Pugh, Frank Mendoza, Robert Mar-
tenson, Mike Turrey, Coach Greg
DeVille. Plot pictured, Randy
Starcher, Gene Wright, Charlie
High Goals For Season
J .V. Basketball
GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-lBack row, l-rl Patti, Michelle Stewart.
Katrina Barbour, Beck Brockman, Gretchen Weimer, Lisa Nelson, tlirontl Valerie
Fresquez, Loraine Conley, Tracey Sykes.
he Varsity Girls' Basketball Team opened
its season with nine players, which was
the smallest and youngest group of
hoopers to compete in recent years. Coach Cliff
Scott, however, felt very optimistic about the
The team consisted of two Seniors, guard Mi-
chelle Headrick and guardjfomfard Sherry An-
eas: five Juniors, guards Kristin Maynes and
Tami LaGrow, forwards Jennifer Weimer and
Christia Dominguez, and center Debbie Gerace,
and two Sophomores, center Nina Coleman and
guard JoLinda Miller.
The girls looked fonvard to a successful season
by performing well at the free-throw line and
keeping personal fouls and turnovers down.
Raising shooting percentages and offensive re-
bounds were also goals for the girls. Team
strengths were the defense, intensity of play,
and the personnel at the center and forward
GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL-fT0p row, l-rl Christina Dominguez, Jennifer Weimer, Coach Cliff Scott,
Debbie Gerace, Nina Coleman, lFrontJ Sherry Aneas, Kristin Maynes, Michelle Headrick, JoLinda Miller,
GIRLS' BASKETBALL 121
Sth In Division
espite various injuries and illnesses that forced
players to play out of position, the Glendale Varsity
Softball Team still managed to place fifth in the
AAA-2 Skyline Division. With an overall record of 6-15-1,
and a league record ofll-8, the softball team was victorious
over Sunnyslope, Xavier, Apollo, Tempe, and twice over St.
Michelle Urquidez was the leading hitter hitting .544 and
was also named to the Slyline Division ll First Team as a
third baseperson. Utility infielder Jessica Nolan was named
to the Second Team as Honorable Mention went to outfield-
er Cindi Crawford and catcher Brenda Weedman.
The Junior Varsity season proved to be another rebuilding
year for the J.V. Team. Because the team was lacking num-
bers, it had problems with consistency throughout the sea-
son. However, Coach Lassley and the team were optimistic
about the outlook for next year.
Pitcher Tami LaGrow takes on her next opponent.
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VARSITY SOFTBALL-lBack row, I-rl Coach Holveck, Sherry Aneas, Dena Ryder, Debbie Gerace, Michelle Urquidez, Brenda
Weedman, Coach McKnight, lFr0ntl Cindi Crawford, Terri Scruggs, Christina Dominguez, Jessica Nolan, Tami LaGrow, Lon
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JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL-
CBack row, l-rl Coach Lassley, Pam
Dazey, Debbie Mendez, Tia Paiano,
Sheila Manis, Bernadette Jojola,
lFront rowl Michelle Mizer, Melanie
Hammers, Lisa Arce, Adrienne
FRESHMAN SOFTBALL-lliack row,
l-rj Lisa Nunez, Chrissy Domin-
guez, Coach Prado, Valerie Dea-
con, Shannon Christianson, lMid-
dle rowl Lisa Arnold, Melissa Am-
paran, Denise Foose, Lisa Nelson,
Nicole Ballard, LFront rowj Tina
Pruett, Valerie Fresquez.
986- 98 Sports
ards And Accomplishments
Following are the awards and accomplishments submitted by the coaches for the 1986 and 1986-87 sports
:pst lmproyed-liewiirl Crawford and Clary
Spark Plug-J.B. Greer - T . i
Best Offensiye Back-Ken Aneas
Best Defensive Baclviien Aneas
fred Kotlry Award- Cliff Stewart
Academic Excellence Award-Clif Stewart
Best Offensive lfineman-Brad Ritch
Best Defensive Lineman-David Dagger '
Ml-State Znd Team . Linebacker-David
Atl-State Honorablei-Mentionvlien Aneas
All-Division lst Team Linebacker-David
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All-Division Honorable Mention- Cliff Stew-
art, KenAAneas, Gary Rice
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Thomas Flores-All-Divisional, Atl-State 1st
Team, Divisional Champ, State Champ, 2
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Bill Epgantolf-All-Divisional, All-State 2nd
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M.V.P.-Thomas Fiores T T -T
Spirit Award-Bill Egnatoff
Girls' sM.V,P.-Gloria Begay 9
Spirit Award-Beatrice Luna
Mostwlmproved-JoLim:la Miller V- H
Girls' Cross Country first to go to State.
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Academic Award-Terry Belden
High Point-Molly Renner -
Most lmproved'Teni Scruggs
Most Dedicated-Terri Scruggs and Kristin
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Spirit Award-Kristin Merkel
Best Graduating Player-Michelle Urquidez
Best Returning Player-Jessica Nolan
Most improved-Cincli Crawford -
Most Spirited-Sherry Aneas
Academic Award-Brenda Weedman '
First Team Allebivision ll- Michelle Urqul-
dez, 5rd base
Second Team All-Division ll-Jessica Nolan,
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Young Baseball Teams
Look Forward To New Season
lendale Varsity Baseball saw
a few returners from last
year's Varsity, but the out-
look for the season was very good.
Returning pitchers and first base-
men Bob Escudero and Don Ras-
mussen helped to add the exper-
ience to the young ball club. Lots of
new faces helped to fill the spots
vacated by last year's seniors,
while the J.V. and Freshmen Teams
were full of potential for this season
and future seasons.
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VARSITY BASEBALL-lBack row, l-rj Coach McKnight, Bob Escudero, Phillip Cushman, Pat Harrington, Coach Carl, Don Rassmussen,
Alex Vasquez, Larry Franco, Coach Holveck fMiddle row! Brian Lentz, Mike Dominguez, Tom Lopez, Eddie Delcid, J.B. Greer, Mike
Runyon, lFrontl Randy Funk, Kevin Crawford, George Molina, Paul Schragl, Mike Castillo.
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL-iBack row, l-rl Coach Ciallimore, Steve Fink, Larry Franco, Lamont Freightman, Jason Jahank,
Joe Lizarrga, Coach Brown, CMiddleJ David Jaquez, Don Sanders, Eddie Delcid, Mike Dominguez, Jason Jaquez, lBottoml
Norbert Armenta, Jason Jones, Ray Diaz, John Bustoz.
N FRESHMAN BASEBALL-iFront, l-rl J. Ostermeyer, T. Williams, E. Williamson, W. Teranashi, R. Pleblett, lMiddleJ A. Harrington,
N M. Moore, Ci. Paradis, A. Delgado, D. Steele, B. Ellisor, J. Demko, lBackl Coach Lassley, J. MontUo, M. Dakin, M. Turrey, M.
i Evans, S. White, Coach Poole. Not pictured: E. Isaac, M. Allison, H. Valenzuela.
For Track And Field Teams
Although lacking numbers in some events, the Glendale Boys' Track season outlook
was very good. There was some experience returning in the distance, 400 meters, and
jumping events. Thomas Flores, who placed 2nd in the 5200 and 5th in the 1600 last
year at State, along with Billy Egnatoff, who suffered an injury during the mid-season
last year, are the major strengths in the long distance. Michael Thompson, who
placed 6th last year at State, looked promising in the 400 meter dash. Jumping events
were strong with Antwoyn Kindlejumping 6 feet in the high jump.
There was some lack of experience in the weights, but it looked promising as did the
hurdling events. Good senior leadership should have outweighed the weaknesses.
Head Coach DeVille felt that, "This season should have some bright spots peeking
through the clouds. lf everyone develops as anticipated, there should be blue skies
by the end of the season." Distance Coach Espinoza and weight Coach Taylor were
also optimistic for a promising year.
Girls' Team Coaches Tualla and Wilson felt very optimistic about the Girls' Track
Team in terms of making a very respectable showing in most of the events this year.
The amount of returning lettermen and outstanding numbers of first-year Freshmen
and Sophomores could be the foundation for a very strong team in the next year or
Distance events were strong with returning runners Bernadette Armstrong, Gloria
Begay, and Beatrice Luna, as well as Freshmen Lina Luna and Lisa Bachman.
ln the sprints, returning lettermen Julie Swartling and Dee Troth should be the
mainstays. Karla Johnson should be the power in the hurdle events. ln the weights,
Debra Stapley and Angie Newton should score well in the discus and shot put.
The girls show a lot of promise, especially ifthey stay out for the next years and form
the nucleus ofone of the best Girls' Track Teams in Glendale's history. The pride and
potential certainly exist.
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Debra Stapley. a second-place finisher in the Divisionals
last year, practices her discus throwing.
Boys' Track And Field
BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD TEAM-lFront row, I-rj Bill Murchison, Gene Wright, Doug Freet, Ricky Braughton, lRow
25 Charlie Aherns, Emmitt Rice, Jimmy Hueme, Fred Levign, Alex Miranda, Brian Capistran, John Evans, Juan
Rubio, Thomas Flores, CROW 55 Ken Aneas, Corey Williams, Antwoyn Kindle, Billy Egnatoff, Michael Thompson,
Frank Mendoza, William Greb, tBack rowl Mike Schumacher, Kevin Dykes, Bill David, Galt Pettett, Kevin Goodth-
under, Larry Tarkington.
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Coach DeVille, and Coach Tualla.
Track And Field
GIRLS' TRACK AND FIELD TEAM-
iFront row, I-rl Darcy Stapley, An-
gie Newton, Sheila Manis, Lina
Luna, iRow 2l Victoria Murphy,
Lisa Bachman, Shawna Craig, Lisa
Daak, Gloria Begay, Kathy Murphy,
Beatrice Luna, iBackl Coach Tay-
lor, Coach Tualla, Shannon Chris-
tianson, Debbie Stapley, Brandi
Whitfield, Karla Johnson, Lyndsay
Baker, Carrie Croteau, Coach Wil-
son, Coach Espinoza.
Sheila Manis stretches before beginning an afternoon
iFar leftl Shannon Christianson
practices handing off the baton
with Kathy Murphy.
ILeftl Doug Freet begins his run
toward the longjump pit.
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Tennis Teams Gro
In umber And
he 1987 Girls' Tennis Team consist-
ed of 15 players on the Varsity and
Junior Varsity Teams. Under the di-
rection of third-year coach Ms. Peggy Peck,
the team seems to be growing and becom-
ing more competitive each year. Says Ms.
Peck, 'lWe are struggling because we are
mostly beginners, but l think we will have a
fun season." One of Ms. Peck's goals for
the season was to maintain interest in ten-
nis so the team will continue to grow next
The Boys' Tennis Team was coached by
Coach Cruz, The team was small but really
developed their skills with each match.
Girls' Varsity Tennis
GIRLS' VARSITY TENNIS-tBack row, l-rl Marion Kaeppel, Michelle
Urquidez, Colleen Wood, Nancy Yazzie, Coach Peck, 6FrontJ Mana
Delgado, Shana Duff, Miki Brasher, Anne Heiner.
BOYS' TENNIS-IBack row, I-rl Bill Knight, Derek Bauer, Eric Chris-
tiansen, Coach Cruz, Ilirontl Marcus GrUalva, Gerry Penelosa,
Girls' J .V. Tennis
GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS-IBack row, I-rj Shaun Peron,
Kim O'Hara, Dawn Webber, Selene West, Coach Peck, IFrontJ
Dawn Negethon, Sandra lnoshita, Deanna Mier.
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' 0 A President-Brenda Weedman President-Anita Franco
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Secretary-Maria Delgado 59Cf9f3Vy'l-UD6 Riimifel
' Treasurer-Maria Olga Meza Treasurer-Denise Salinas
Senators-Kim Williams Senators-Tami LaGr0w
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Kim Trisoliere Michelle Lunnon
Pat Harrington Rusty Taylor
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Aimee Tappenden Stacy Bush
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
' 0 President-Mario Rodriguez President-Jennifer Murray
Vice President-Lillian Ortega Vice President-Denise Foose
Secretary-Deanna Meir Secretary-Felicia Davis
' Treasurer-Vickie Bush Treasurer-John Peterson
Senators-Gerry Penelosa, Stephanie Branson Senators-Terry Belden, Lenora Harris
. Sandra lnoshita, Mike Castrovinci Brian C8DiStran, Lisa LeBario
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Index Of Crroups And Activities
Annie Get Your Gun 100-
Art Club 95
Band Officers 92
Basketball, Boys' 118-120
Basketball, Crirls' 121
Cardinal Court 97
Choir Officers 95
Concert Choir 95
Cross Country 110-111
Curious Savage 98-99
Drama Club 95
Jazz Ensemble 92
Key Club 94
Letter Club 96
Marching Band 88-89
Mat Angels 96
Senior Babies 55
Senior Mosts 54
Senior Picture 56-67
Senior Signatures 142-145
Senior Summary 48-55
Ski Club 95
Sports Awards 124-125
Stat Brats 96
Sweetheart Royalty 97
Thespian Officers 95
Track and Field 128-129
Vocal Ensemble 95
Yearbook Staff 102
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