Mountain View High School - La Vista Yearbook (Mesa, AZ)
- Class of 1983
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1983 Volume Seven
Mountain View High School
2700 East Brown Road
Mesa, Arizona 85203
Sylvia Kasprzyk - Editor-in-Chief
Debbie Hale - Advisor
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Title Page 1
Year Uf It
f someone were to ask you your favor-
ite part of school an easy way to sum it
up would he the activities. Between football
games, the floats, and dances, your time was
tied up. Some people had more to do with
going to team practices, or club meetings.
Uividing your time between these events
you wondered when you would have a
chance to do homework. Even with the
rush, you wanted to he involved in more
activities to make this your best year.
International Twirlcr ot' the Year,
lleidu llagc, twirls for us her first year
The Madrilenas are getting ready
lu-lon' our llrllo Asst-mhlv
jeff Lloyd proudly dm-tts his fellow
Toms during a home football game.
Senior Robert Russel also directs
during the halftime at games.
A group of wild Bt crazy Seniors show
:heir spirit after the Westwood Asem-
A Toro band member roots his tuba
for the camera during a halftime per-
Coming back after halftime the
football team breaks through thc spirit
Making mother awesome play the
Mountain View Toro gets away.
Pat Sanchez, captain, performs
Petey Smith lticlu back ro listen to
his walkman between classes.
Tom Lozano, Donna La Mane, and
Mr. Charles go over the new atten-
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Make it All
oming back to school also meant
seeing more of your old friends
and meeting a few new friends. The most
discussed subjects included, "Where are
you going for lunch?" or "Who are you
going out with on the weekend?"
Being with your friends helped you real-
ize how much you needed other people, and
you soon realized that you were able to turn
to your teachers for advice. By the time
school was over, you found out that the
people made the year worthwhile.
A group of punkers gather on Sen-
ior Hill to have their true personalities
Mike Mumford and Troy Perry
look to :he music for a liule assistance.
Cara Fankhouscr smiles, knowing
she tried her hardest during her perfor-
Penny Casner talks to Mr, Miller
about how her classes are coming along
her las! year.
Dan Woods makes a final look over
his essay before handing ir ro Coach
Martha Acosta and Sylvia Kaspr
zylr go over the school budget with
Principal lim Curlerr.
Mr. Perry helps a couple of his sw- Mr. Foster touches up rhe drawing
dems get rhe beam of rhe music before Todd Hassel skerehed on the board
their performance, before class.
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and helps our with rhe experiment
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jonathan, Kathy, Robert, and wife
Latsy, pose with Mr. Parker for a fam-
ily portrait taken by Ford Studios.
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Jesse Parker played football while
he attended high school.
Jesse Parker al the age of seven.
Mr. Parlrer's senior gracluazing pic-
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14 Activities Division Page
A group of seniors rand :hm ncws-
pnpers whale the Sophomorrs are intro-
ducrd during :hr Hrllo Assembly.
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The enthusiasm of jancll Hyslope is surprise David Hatfield and Mr, Ad-
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eeping Us Active
rying to get more
school, you knew one
of the hest Ways
would he to attend as
many activities as pos-
'cGet involved!" you
heard from your par-
ents, hut once you
did, home hecame a
place you saw less and
less, At times home
seemed to he just a
place to eat, sleep,
and shower. All your
running around to
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hectic, hut gave you a
content feeling of ac-
Activities Division Page 15
Old . . .
hewl Thank goodness itys Fri-
day. It's been one long week
and it's a relief when the bell finally rings,
signaling the beginning of our first assem-
As I join the rest of the students walking
toward the gym, I can feel the nervous
tension of the Sophomore Class.
Entering the doors I'm quickly swal-
lowed up by the crowd and blindly led into
the gym. The band is wildly playing as I
spot my friends at the top of the bleachers.
I wrestle my way to them, and wait for the
assembly to begin.
Yelling and clapping with my friends, I
wonder what's going to happen next. Sud-
denly I realize my name is being called for
class competition. 'Tm not going down
theref' I insist. A few encouraging shoves
from my so-called friends proved otherwise.
Love seems to be in the air as jim
Ashmorc romantically looks into Kelly
"Look mom, no cavities," explains
sophomore Rusty Newth .is he attends
his first high school dance.
Mike Springer and Pere Crimmins
show that there's no such thing as hav-
ing too much fun.
This happy group of seniors proudly
display the familiar Toro sign as they
gather to pose for a picture.
16 Hello Week
Always in style, Victor Hurrier
srrurs his stuff to the latest tunes at the
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arc caught by surprise by a yearbook
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Hello Week 17
Varsity cheerleaders proudly hold
up a sign to let the student body know
that the Toros can't be beat.
Coach Parker proudly introduces his
'82 varsity football ream during one
part of the assembly.
Greg Thomu participates in one of
our clas competitions and, lilte a typi-
cal senior, wins.
oros canlt be beat was definitely
the thought of the student body
at the Westwood assembly. The assembly
was to start off our '83 football season and
to let Coach Parlcer and his players lcnow
that the school backs them up IO0727 of the
The assembly was filled with excitement.
The atmosphere was stimulating and as the
students piled into the gym, they knew that
the Toros coulcln't be beat.
During the assembly a class competition
was performed, the pommies danced, and
the varsity cheerleaders cheered.
The assembly was a smash and the play-
ers defeated the Warriors with enthusiasm
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some very spirited Totos show that
they mourn for the Warriors.
Varsity cheerleaders are portraying
the Westwood cheerleaders in a cheer
Pommie jennifer Richardson en-
joys herself while performing to the
song "Can'r Be Beat".
Varsity cheerleader janell Hyslope
tells the students than the time has
COYTIC fill' the IWCSOYDK TOFOS.
The football players are humbly
waiting in line as their coach boasts
Westwood Assembly 19
Run It off
y the time 7th hour rolled around
nervousness was the only known
emotion felt hy the sophomores that ran for
an office, In a few minutes they would
know the results of the election. All the
candidates were in the office when Mr.
Anderson came in and said they should
pick up their posters, then he would tell
them the results. After the posters were
down the candidates ran hack to the office
expecting to find out who had wong surpris-
ingly they were told that there would he a
run off for every office position.
After another hectic day of voting, the
elections were over! The Sophomore Class
elected Scott Sutherland for President, Da-
vid Brown for Vice President, Mike Giese
for Treasurer and Amanda Hull for Secre-
20 Sophomore Elections
David Brown, Vice Presidenrg
Amanda Hull, Serretaryg Mike Giese,
Trcasurerg :md Scott Sutherland,
This poster is just .in example of the
many trearive posters that were used
for this year's elections.
This year's Sophomore Presidznr
and Vice Prrsidcnr, David Brown and
Mike Gicse, one of thc four winners
of the clerrions, as proud ro he Ihr
Shauna Harmon rakes ume our ro
smile for rhr camera whrlc wamng for
the results of thc cleclion.
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Sophomore Electrons 21
Toros Choose Top Ten
i. Everybody Wants You
by - Billy Squire
Hard to Say I'm Sorry
Got Another Thing Co-
- Judas Priest
't Fight It
- Kenny Loggins
- john Cougar
FAST FOOD RESTAURANTS
2. Burger King
3. Taco Bell
6. You Don't Want Me
by - Steal Breeze
7. Who Can it be Now
by - Men at Work
by - jackson Browne
by - Stevie Niclts
IO. No One Lilre You
by - Scorpions
6. Krazy Sub
9. Big fs
io. Bonanza CARS
1. Camaro 6. Mustang
2. Porsche 7. Lamborghini
3. Chevy 4x4 8. Mazda RX7
4. Mercedes 45osl 9. Ferrari
5. Corvette io. Datsun 280 ZX
t. Loverboy 6- The Cars
2. journey 7- GO-G03
3. Van Halen 8-
4. REO Speedwagon 9. Foreigner
5, RUSH to. Men at Work
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Toms Dress In The Hottest St les
o be in fashion, or not to be?
Thatls the question. The only an-
swer suitable is what is, Hin fashionn? On
an average school day you could see a per-
son in straight legs and a button down
Gxford shirt. Standing next to her is her
best friend in a tuxedo look outfit. The next
day the girl that was wearing the tuxedo
look outfit may be wearing her faded
straight legs from the eighth grade, with a
bleached out T-shirt.
To be in fashion could be expensive.
Tanya Von Behren hesitantly stated, "My
tuxedo look outfit cost me approximately
5170, which included the shirt, jacket,
The dropped waistline, bold stripe,
white hose, and flat shoes are the new
pants, shoes, and all the accessoriesf' Then
she added, "My mom paid for itll'
Wild and crazy colors and outfits don't
even get a double take anymore. They've
become a regular part of the school atmo-
sphere. To see a person in polka-dots and
stripes would never be criticized, on the
contrary, highly complimented.
You never know what to expect, punk,
preppy, jock, surfer, Ms. Vogue, or just
casual. Everyone was treated equally. So
whether you knew it or not you were put
into one of these categories. Everyone
picked his own choice, or maybe even a little
fashion Tanya VonBehren is showing.
Modeling one of the latest punk
hair styles, Camille Harris seems to en-
joy dressing for punlr day.
Typical Friday fashion - Levi
jeans, football jerseysg top-siders, and
sunglasses are displayed by jamie Mar-
tinez and Mike Martinez.
Some ofthe more popular shoe styles
include Vans, top-siders, Candies, and
Lisa Taylor scopes out a few of the
guys in her new stylish Vaurnet sung-
Cara Cooper displays the popular
styles - an Izod shirt, sunglasses, and
a denim skirt.
Along with the preppy look, bow ties
are in fashion.
Yogi Neeclum and Allison Pennell
display the popular tuxedo look for
To top it off, hats become a latest fad
as shown here by sophomore Michelle
Awesome - usually referring to a time,
e.g. The weekend was awesome. see: excel-
lent and radical.
Bag it - get rid of it. It's really gross.
Bodacious - fun, great time. see: radicalg
e.g. The dance was a bodacious one.
Bodily - extremely good looking.
Casual - simple, easy and offhand. e.g.
That chick walks so casual.
Excellent - the best of anything, first-
classg e.g. The yearbook staff is totally excel-
Fer-sure - totally all right, absolutely
Gnarly - wild and crazy, the weirdest it
can get, e.g. The Mountain View football
team is gnarly.
Hot - usually describes something greatg
e.g. The car was totally HOT!
Jammin' - cool, totally all right! see: awe-
Junior - one down, one to gog an excel-
lent individual. see: jammin'.
Like - use in place of or, and, or butg
e.g. Like, like, I like him, but he's really not
Massive - of great quantity. The most
something can be.
N0 Biggie - not of great importance.
Doesn't really matter.
Partier - one who lives for the weekend.
Radical - totally amazing. A way great
time, e.g. After the game we had a way
Riot - having a good time. see: junior.
Senior - one who has finished twelve
years of school and is ready for bigger and
better things. see: ultra.
Sophomore - has now entered the first
step of adolescence. looks up to other class-
men. see: No Biggie.
Totally - the whole thing. everything
included was great. see: To-the-max.
To-the-max - all the way. as far as you
can go, or as far as something can be taken.
Tubular - something that is different or
Ultimate - to go to the extreme, or su-
preme. To the maximum.
Ultra - going beyond everything else.
Way - very much so. The very best it can
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in Paris, was a very appropriate
name for the Homecoming Dance. The
cafeteria, where the dance was held, was
divinely decorated. All around there were
small round tables with red checked table-
cloths over them, and a flower setting on
each table. About the floor were many
street lamps that gave just a touch of light
and a certain romantic atmosphere to the
dance. In the center of the floor was a crepe
paper replica of the Eiffel Tower, sur-
rounded by shrubbery and balloons.
The dance floor was very lively. Many
couples were dancing, good music was being
playedg and to go with the music there was a
light show. Most couples that attended the
dance went out to dinner, sometime before
or after the dance. Some favored restau-
rants would include: Bobby lVlcGees, for a
bit of entertainment during dinner, The
Point, for a touch of class, Hungry Tiger
for seafood, and Blaclc Angus for those
The dance was very memorable. For
some couples the dance started their night
off great, for others it ended their night
Janelle Hyslppe and Pete Cummins
share a dance as this year's Homecom
ing King and Queen.
Lisa Holman and her dare display a
couple of the different corsages that
were given at Homecoming.
28 Homecoming Dance
Brian Glover and Becky Halls de-
cide that sharing each 0!l'ltK'5 company
is much better than dancing.
Eugene Bankson and daze Angie
Mercurio sake advantage of the music
to :ry our a few dance steps.
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alumnus Jeff Dunn sul and wan for the
Jane! Adams and jeff Ray finally
reach xhe from of the lm: ro ge: their
H omecommg Dance 29
With the theme, "Proud to be '83
The sophomores arrived in style as the Seniors' winning style is shown
they took second place. once more while taking first place
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more involved in other activities
we soon realized that the time we had for
making the floats was getting shorter and
shorter. With less than one month to com-
plete the floats, the theme "Toros Do it
With Style" was chosen.
While working on the floats there were
groups of people talking about who they
thought would make it for King and Queen
and what they thought of the new idea to
have a Prince and Princess for each under-
Homecoming was also a time to reflect
on the past. In keeping with this, last year's
cheerleaders, pommies, and majorettes per-
formed. Many alumni returned to see the
Toros win once again.
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Q Homecoming 31
hat comes first - the chicken
or the egg? In this case, it was
definitely the egg, and it came, down! The
annual egg drop was held on October zo at
the football field. Once again the contest
was to see which student could make a
container holding an egg that, when
dropped from a certain height, wouldn't
About 75 physics students entered the
contest and there was a variety of egg con-
tainers including wood, tin, and styrofoam.
On the inside were certain substances to
help break the fall of the egg and keep it in
one piece, including foam, cotton, and even
The winners in order of finish were Da-
vid Mulera, Dan Wood, jared Whitlock,
Keith Perkins, Robert Russell, Eric Wood,
Andy Saum, Jeff Mudd.
Afraid of hearing the final results,
Rochelle Tribby hesitates to release her
Tom Sharpy eagerly awaits Mr.
Rire's signal to let go of his egg con-
tainer and find out the results,
To determine a winner, the hot air
balloon took the finalists up to drop
their eggs a few more times,
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srrucred rn protect his egg.
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way to let an egg go and assure a
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Holman searches through the hrolrcn
egg shells for her egg,
Rochelle Tribby and Robin Palmer
can't believe that their egg made it
through anorher heighr.
John Llewellyn questions David
HarfieId's abiliry ro drop his egg and
have it come our in one piece,
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After a long hard ride on his horse,
Martin Samaniego still has time to
smile for the photographer.
Terril Koens sits down with ronfi-
dence and prepares n victory over nn-
othcr video machine,
After too many games of Tron,
lVlike Garcia takes :i break to collect his
With a look of astonishment, Marty
Egan thinks. "Did I actually hir that
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here did those after school
hours go? Martin Samaniego
said, HI like to lift weights at Mt. View to
help myself prepare for the varsity football
teamf, According to Michelle Malo, "I like
to eat, play pinball at home, cruise Main on
Wednesday and finally I love to go to ar-
cades and scheme on good-looking guysf,
Our faculty kept busy, too. Assistant
Principal Dick Anderson responded, "I en-
joy playing golf and skiing in Colorado, I
try to raise two young boys, and I spend a
lot of time at high school sporting events.'y
Counselor Bob Miller said, "I really like to
cook, I make a delicious salami and a great
enchilada. I also like to attend many sports
Engrosscd in a very cxliilararing
game of electronic foorhall. these slu-
denis could play forever.
Joe Fcrriera prepares ro serve the
hall and rake the lead while playing a
game of racquetball.
Out of School 35
The crowd stares with amaze-mcm
as Nlagn Clmrlnc spins sux balls during
the lnuslxrthnll nsscml-vlv.
Magic Charlie obviously ns the
wmner in a game of one-onrnnc against X
haslcclball player Franlc Augustmo.
Frank Augustine catches one of
:hc lmlls :har Magxr Charlu- ns throw-
ing lnm ln all sorts of ways.
36 Basketball Assembly
You Can D0 It
asually strolling into the audito-
rium for another assembly was
nothing new to the Toro student body, but
the Toros were surprised by seeing Magic
Charlie instead of the usual Toro Band,
Pommies, and Cheerleaders.
While the students were trying to ma-
neuver a seat in the crowded bleachers, the
Toro jazz Band kept everyone swingin' by
Before we knew it, the assembly was off
to a roaring start with Magic Charlie prov-
ing to us that with confidence and practice
you can do whatever you want. Magic
Charlie started off by showing dribbling
and passing techniques. Then he began
spinning the ball. He went from one ball to
six in a matter of seconds, and the students
were amazed at the things he could do.
playing l'Summer Strut." Following the
band, the JV and Varsity Basketball players
were introduced by Coach Sessions and
This wasn't a normal, everyweelt assem-
bly, but nevertheless, "Magic Charlie"
made the assembly a total success.
During the basketball assembly
Coach Dennis Pipes and Assistant
Coath Greg Sessions introduce the bas-
After Magic Charlie tratlmes Mar-
tha Arosta how to spun .1 basketball, he
explains that anyone can do anything.
While bringing out the haskcthalls,
Bruce Higginson laughs at Magn
Basketball Assembly 37
Kyle Burr tries not to overcoolc or
undercoolc the steal: order while still
lceeping his cheffing technique.
Clint Huddlin watches his srep
carefully as hc tries to make his way to
Toro student Pam Klingman and
one of her fellow worlcers experiment
on a cash register.
Kelly Dickenson hurries ro refill
the kerchup and mustard bottles before
:hc restaurant opens.
38 Out of School
Working Through the Weekend
orlcing 9 to 5 isn't always the
situation with the employed
people of the world. Lately more and more
high school students have been applying
for and getting jobs at various places such as
lVlcDonald's, Burger King, Smitty's, Car-
riage House Ice Cream Parlor, Swensen's
and Fry's Supermarket. Some of these
young people attended 6 hours of classes
and then went straight to work for many
more hours of labor, while others cut their
school schedules short to make more room
for their jobs.
Reasons for having a job? Well, there
were many, but some of the most common
reasons included helping out the family
budget, occupying some spare time, keep-
ing busy, and most importantly having a
little more spending money than just the
weekly allowance from Mom and Pop.
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get the tables rrady for Ihr noon hour
rush :ts the morning crowd leaves.
As jacquic Duranri rings up nn-
othcr iustomt-r, Amy Moore tnkcs time
our to give Ihr uamrm n smile.
Celeste Buckles cleans up after lirr
customers that :ire rrazy doughnut
Interrupting hcr busy schedule,
Kim Stienwinder wonders if McDon-
ald's workers deserve .1 break today.
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Ed, played by Lane Lawson, is in his
room slcillfully practicing the xylo-
Essie and Ed, played by Sam Dani
and Lane Lawson, discover that they
owe twenty-four years of baclc taxes.
Penny, played by Koran Marion,
discovers that lVlr. Henderson, played
by Nathan Sheets, is an IRS member.
The maid Rhcba, played by An-
nalisa Haynie, is found setting the ta-
blc before dinner.
Drama Does It Again
ou Canit Take It With You, writ- head ofthe house and who felt paying taxes
ten by George S, Kaufman and was unnecessary and hadn't paid them in
Moss Hart was performed by members of forty years. The eighteen other characters
the drama class on December zncl, 3rd, and were equally unique.
4th, The theme revolved around the idea
The opening scene started off in New that you canyt take it with you, so why
York during the 1930 Depression in a worry? Spend your life being happy and
house full of bizarre people. The main char- enjoying what you have.
acter was the grandfather, who was the
You Can't Take it With You 41
H ave You
Every year my feelings about Christmas
seem to change. As Christmas approaches I
often find myself in a daydream, remember-
ing my Christmases of the past, when I
never could fall asleep, for fear that I would
miss your arrival fand I always wouldb. But
I always was awake with childlike anticipa-
tion at 5:30 and ready to reveal the baby
doll that wets, the kitty that squeaks, or the
puppy dog with the big red bow around its
neck. Then the daydream is over, I realize
that Christmas hasn't changed -- I have.
I no longer wait up all night for your
arrival. Even though I sleep later and later,
I'm still excited to find stereos, clothes, jew-
elry, tires or rims and other things for cars.
Though the happiness still remains, it is
just shown in other ways. I enjoy giving
presents rather than receiving them, and
watching and feeling the happiness as
friends and family open the carefully cho-
sen gifts. Now that I have learned the true
meaning of Christmas, there are just a few
little inexpensive gifts I would like from
you: Varnais sunglasses, a Sony Walkman,
a mink teddy bear, a pair of Rossignol snow
skis, and a diamond ring.
P.S. I've been a good girl!
While some people just hang d
:rations on their ure Dan DeGrncie's
At home on Christmas morning Ro-
to open het presents.
Even though she is a senior, Bobbi
Self enjoys cuddling up to the fire for a
Christmas story with her mom. '
42 Christmas Spirit
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Dana, daughter of scachcr Mary-
bnh Masnn, isn't quirr sure if Sanxrfs
a good guy or not.
You're never too old io sir on San'
ta's lap and ask for Christmas wishes,
:according to Kristi Tilton.
Going to Purgatory Ski Resort is
one of :hc sludrms favorite paslimrs
on Clxrisrmas Break.
Christmas Spirit 43
As the evening is coming to an end,
Mike Springer, Susie Nowak, Edwin
Alvarado, and Paula Hines boogie.
Courtney Sellers and Bren: Blough
lake :i break between dances and talk
about how much fun rl1cy've had.
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Mountain View Senior Class
The Mountain View High School
First Annual Co Ed Dance
Mountain View Caleterla
January 22. 1983 800 -11 OO
Michelle Ray and Scou johnson
take in a slow dance, to relax from all
the commotion and activities.
44 C0-ed Dance
were really a
Ladies Pay the Way
he Co-ed Dance, sponsored by the
Senior Class, was a new activity
added to the schedule and hopefully a new
Between the hours of 8:00 to Iozoo pm
couples were shuffling in and out of the
cafeteria, where mingling and conversing
with friends was the main event of the
evening. Many couples who wished to re-
member the evening with pictures were
found in the hall, patiently waiting in line.
Three big screens which provided a video
show were also added to the festivities.
Either before or after the dance couples
were found at various restaurants around
town. Bobby lVlcGee's, Mother Tuclcers,
and Ruben's Planlchouse were among the
favorites. As the night came to a close, yet
no one wanted to go home, couples were
found at the midnight movies or gazing at
the view from Fountain Hills. The evening
was over and done, but the memories would
After an evening of fancy dining
and fast dancing, Virluc Sheldon and
Rick Rader slow down to a romantic
Tracie Dobbins goes our of her way
to nslc Wayne Griggcory to Co-cd by
filling his car up with balloons.
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ranged from slaclcs to suits and dresses
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as cmci ic ard Griffin announces
thc tram record.
Colette VanNorman is defeated as
the lunior wearing the most black, in
n Hour of
hat started out to be a regular
assembly, instead turned out to
be an assembly filled with all sorts of con-
tests. This was to get a feeling of support
and winning into the blood of the wrestlers
and soccer players, both of whom had win-
ning seasons. The Pep club and Student
Council put together various class competi-
tions, the first of which was called the egg
roll. The object was for two linked class-
mates to roll a raw egg across the gym floor
and back. As tradition goes, the Seniors
won. Next, a number of contests were held
for different physical features. People from
each class were brought down and judged
for longest and shortest hair, tallest girl,
shortest guy, the persons wearing the most
black, and the most white, the most spirited
dresser, the biggest foot, and the biggest
mouth, which was decided by who could
stick the most marshmallows in his mouth.
With one competition left the juniors and
Seniors tied. It came down to the final
competition: who could yell the loudest.
The tie was soon broken with the spirited
Seniors bringing down the roof.
jim Glauser mumbles, "Pass those
sam om, they surf are good," am.
ang .ht marshamallow mmm.
46 Wrestling! Soccer Assembly
As Bob Pothier measures for the
longest foot mmy other judges loolt
on to help.
Pommic Tava Woodhall ri-ally
plays the part of ai hoodlum in their
dance "Beat It H
All-American Cheerleader Cn-
mille Harris gets excited when she real-
izes that the Seniors won.
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duces his team and reports their rerord
as of yet.
Dan Wooters patiently awaits his
reward, as student Body Pres. Brure
Higginson presents it to him.
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Senior Stcphanic Martin puts up a Sophomore Tyler Shell keeps still
one point shot as the rest of her team- so as not to smudge the malreup that
mates stand by for the rebound. Bob Dunn carefully applies.
he Powder Puff cheerleaders' at-
tire consisted of make-up, wigs,
barettes, ribbons, and a lot of stuffing. The
Seniors won the points for the rowdiest
cheerleaders by performing a dance routine
to the song "She's Tight." The junior class
won 2nd place for their rowdy spirit and
attempt to beat the Seniors. Loud, but not
loud enough, the Sophomores came in 3rd,
Starting off the sports events the Sopho-
mores were up against the juniors. In a very
close and exhausting game the Juniors came
out on top. Next the Sophomores and Sen-
iors played while the Juniors got a bit of R
SL R, and planned for the winner's game.
The final game was up to the juniors and
Seniors. The two teams played a hard game
and the crowd went wild as basket after
basket was made. As the time ran out it was
the Seniors that conquered the assembly.
This assembly was the most outragous
event of the year! Watching the sex-roles be
exchanged for a mere 506 was nothing com-
pared to what you got in return.
Amanda York, a member of the ju-
nior team, goes for a layup while soph-
omore Susan Redding trys to stop her.
Senior cheerleader Dan DeGracic
puclrers up to show that he should defi-
nitely be the next Tootsie.
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seam wixh their undefeated season.
After a long summer of R BL R, :he
Iunlor Football team moans and groans
as Coach Haws pushes them on.
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anting to show
pride and ability you
went out for a sport.
From the beginning
you realized that, to
have a good season,
everyone was going to
have to Worlc togeth-
er. As the season pro-
gressed you saw your
hard Work paying off
as the individuals be-
came part of the team.
Besides the team
spirit, knowing that
the supporters were
there whether we won
or lost had a great im-
pact on the team's
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We strive to win and to be the best.
In a believer s eyes, we will always be
Kim Sickmiller, 3348, shows how
nl! get by.
It's Never You or Me, It's We
rom the beginning, our pride held
high for the Varsity football team.
They showed courage and fortitude with-
out a shadow of a doubt. They held togeth-
er through wins and losses no matter how
much or how little support they thought
they had. Discouraged or encouraged by
the crowd, they did their best to show the
TORO PRIDE. In the eyes of the believers
it flared like an endless torch. Even disbe-
52 Varsity Football
lievers became true Toro fans.
As the team entered the playoffs with a
9-I record, they were fired up and raring to
go. The first game was played at Mountain
View against Dobson and it revealed a com-
fortable win of 34-7. As spirit and energy
piqued for the Sunnyside game in Tucson,
our team once again showed the TCRO
PRIDE by winning 43-7. As the saying
goes, you must take your losses with your
wins, just like lVloon Valley took us.
There was one man that stood by the
team though a win or loss, Coach Jesse
Parker. He was thought to have taught the
team, not only football, but the meaning of
life. I-le made sure the team knew that not
just one player made a team: it was never
you or me, it was always we.
i Mike Spinger, 310, tlirows a bomb
JM to get the Toros out of enemy terri-
A li 'Q IOTY.
Mike Mancini, 360, and jeff Ed-
.: 5 wards, 1350, show their pleasure in
fra:-gf'-ffxf. sticking Randy Turk, 33zt, from
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Top row: Scott Hudson, Kenny johnson, Robert Parker, Dan Palmer, Keith Moody, Brian Kelly, Dan Adraktas, Gary Hicok, David
Bryant. Second row: Mike Martinez, Stuart Frost, Rick Rader, Mike Springer, Kim Sickmiller, Jamie Jamieson, Bill Bloomer, Nick Bargas.
Third row: fmanagerl Simon Land, Jimmy Edwards, David Aglio, Bryan Paxton, Jeff Edwards, Trainer Greg Potts, Coach Jim Wright,
Head Coach less Parker, Coach Don Kramer, Steve Frost, Scott Mara, Dean Clouse, Pete Crimmins, lmanagerj David Hentges. Fourth
row: Qmanagetl Michele Buse, Aaron Pineda, Iamie Martinez, Chip Lantz, Chris Hoerchler, Brad Wiley, Chris Nielson, Cass Lientz, Dird
Franklin, Dan Degracie, Scot! Bosley, Paul Kasprzyk, Qmanagerl Penny Gee. Bottom row: Scott Runzo, lalo Ftias, Edwin Alvarado, Eric
johnson, Will Crum, Tom Sharpy, Wayne Griggeory, Jeff Jones, Brian Higginson, Mike Mancini, Eugene Bankson.
7 f f Coach jesse Parker, during the
Mesa High Game, calls a defensive for-
Moving to the left with feet like
lightning, Brian Higginson, 3138, F L K
takes off down field. k M 9 5
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Varsity Football 5 3
A Year Full o Glor
he junior team had the distinct
honor of being the first all-junior
team ever in the history of this school. Not
only was it the first all-junior team, but it
also held the honor of being the largest
junior team in number and in size.
Paced by the strong running of Ronnie
Miller and Derlc Hebdon, and the passing
combination of David Shields to Bruce
Blackhurst and Jack Slcousen, the team
rolled to a 7-1 record. The juniors scored an
average of 2I points per game. The defen-
sive team, lead by Brad Tennison, Barry
Fate, Chris Lewis, Brent Cambell, and Kurt
Aussprung allowed only 43 points all year,
for an average of 5 points a game.
There were many surprises as well as
disappointments. With overwhelming con-
fidence, they bounced back from their dis-
appointing I4-I3 loss against Mesa High.
Brett Cambell, 333, gets a little Scott Schanback, 358, shows hs
help from a friend, Brad Tennison, in power in sacking the quarterback dur
pulling down the quarterback. ing the Mesa High game.
54 Junior Football
While the junior team works hard
Coach Haws shows the fundamentals
of throwing and catching the ball
from gaining yardage
Top Row: Bruce Blaclrhurst, Todd Joy, Jay Payne, Brad Tennison, Steve Hefner, Chris Lewis, Scott Schwanbeclt, Tom Balmer, Churlt Meyers.
Second Row: Steve Murrell, Gary Spear, Ken Simpson, Greg Phair, Andy Guy, Phil Bradshaw, Rhett Barney, Eric Kolbie, Third Row: Kenny
johnson, Keith Desrosiers, Tony Taylor, jim Ashmore, David Henry, David Shields, Barry Fate, Joe Eulate, Ishmeal Ortiz, Brett Cambell.
Fourth Row: Jaclr Slcousen, Birlr Hill, Trey lVlylcytn, Hector Valadarez, Paul Frost, Derlc Nebdun, Mark Butz, Ronnie lVliller, Kurt Aussprung,
Chaz! Dupree. Bottom Row: John Kernagis, George Putruse, Rex Sorenson, David Hedges, Shane Townsen, Bob Dunn, Martin Samaniego,
Ralf Vela, Buddy Benson. Coach Kayle Haws fleftj Coach Rick Koberna frightj.
Congratulating each other for a
game well played, the juniors virtori-
ously run off the field,
Junior Football 55
Ronnie Miller, 825, moves with
agility and speed to avoid an oncoming
Brett Camhell, 333 holds back the
defense ro let David Shields release the
342, Shane Townsen, mercilessly
drags clown the receiver to keep him
S . .
oach Brady's Junior Varsity team
savored a winning season. They
finished strong with a 6-2 overall record.
Perhaps the most devastating loss was that
to Mesa High. "The team did their best
but the final score turned out to be one
point short of victory," concluded Coach
Brady. The Toro pride was not bruised.
They battled back to claim their biggest
win of the season. They went into the game
facing a tough, undefeated, McClintock
squad. The outcome favored the Toros,
who won the game by a 14-12 margin.
Coach Brady felt the team matured and
built their confidence to conform with the
high Toro standard. "Mountain View ju-
nior Varsity developed the Toro character
and will continue the fine football tradi-
tion," pronounced Coach Brady.
The team, overall, consisted of many
outstanding players. Quarterback Todd
johnson exhibited much poise and did a
fine job giving leadership to the team
throughout the season. Linebacker Randy
Reidhead was one of the basic elements to
the defense, contributing his skill and cha-
risma. The offensive line was held together
by the talents of center jay Nystrom who
opened up holes by which runningback
Fred Arona could pick up offensive yard-
Brett Nichols outreaches his de-
fender to rip down a Todd Johnson
Randy Reiclhead forces thc Mesa
High quarterback to scramble in order
to avoid a loss of yardage,
Todd Johnson holds a Mike Schuh
zo yard field goal attempt against
56 Junior Varsity Football
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Todd Johnson, Doug Hewson, and
Chris Morehouse show excessive excite-
ment after scoring a touchdown.
Doug Hewson breaks outside and
turns upfield away from the linebaclters
to piclt up extra yardage.
Coach Brady, grasping his fifth of
HZO, intensely watches his team move
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Top row: Jay Davis, Tyler Shell, Matt Hansen, Rich Lanham, Robbie Gerhing, Jay Nystrom, Mike Thames, Jackson, Bret Nichols,
Neal Jones. Second row: Rod Shihady, Wayne Mortensen, Alex Chucri, Kevin Cronlt, Todd Hohnson, Charl Riggs, Doug Gooch, Craig
Clarltson, Steve Henderson, Milce Diclt. Third row: Mike Schuh, Steve Dcarien, Steve Judd, Raymond Pechuli, Chris Morehouse, Dean
Sr. Louis, Wade Neiswender, Kenny Mucha, John Vererto, Brian Smith. Fourth row: Tony Senescall, Craig Smith, Ray Sanders, Freddie
Orona, Brian Leelc, Tommy DeMassa, Gary Lewis, Kelly Van Slylte, Doug Ht-wson, Randy Reidhead. Row Five: Coach Brady, Coach
Kleiner, Derilc Brown, Richard Randall, Pete Rangel, Nathan Lambson, Robert Swt-ador, Shane Lunt, James Zunn, Gary Banltson, Robert
Arnett, Izzy Sanft, Bengie Silver, Coach Keller, Bottom row: Ted Butler fmanagerj, Owen Jessie, Andy Rapier, Steve Long, Ronnie Hoy,
Richard Kciffer, John Ortiz, Carl Aglio, Mike Kernagis, Kevin Gray, Paul While, John Zaclc, Chris Rezlcr fmanagerj.
Brett Nichols reaches up to grab
another pass completion from Todd
Brett Nichols plays smart defense as
he intercepts a pass intended for the
Junior Varsity Football 57
Two time state champion jon Baker
works on his irons.
Bottom row: Blake Delanie, jeff
Humble, jon Baker, Susan Perralt,
Dean Cochenour, Mark Hopper, top
row: Coach Dave Sonius, Mike Dicker-
son, Robert Prince, Ken Dammen,
Darren Governo, Paul Phoenix
Blake Delanie, a sophomore, watch-
es his putt fall short.
Senior team member Mike Dicker-
son pulls a shot out of a bunker and
lays it gently on the green.
Susan Perralt, the only girl team
member, shows off her style.
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he Golf team started off up in the
air. From the very start of the
season, Coach Dave Sonius knew he would
have an inexperienced team. Seven spots on
the team were open. Many golfers tried out
but the team was finally cut down to only
twelve members. There were only three re-
turning members, two of which were ju-
One thing going for the team which no
other team in the state had was jon Baker, a
two-time returning state champion. jon
barely missed the title this year by shooting
a poor last round and just missing the
championship by a few strokes.
.Mike Dickerson also proved to be a
strong power for the team. He was the only
returning senior on the young team. Other
standouts were juniors Paul Phoenix and
returning member Mike Taylor.
Coming into the season, the golf team
had the winningest record at school, behind
no other sport. With ten members return-
ing, next season should be golf's year.
,E g is
When Birdies Fl
hen you're out on the
court, it's just you against
your opponent," stated badminton coach
Mrs. Shields. The Varsity and .IV Badmin-
ton teams this year seemed to fair well
against their opponents. With Badminton
not getting as much support as some of the
other "major" sports on campus, they put
on a show of their own.
One of the teams most exciting and im-
portant games was against Dobson. When
the birdies stopped flying, the points were
counted and Mountain View had the edge
five matches to four. The girls also defeated
rival Westwood in a close match.
The number one seed on the varsity
team was senior Lanae Saunders. Chris
Stewart was a power for the JV team.
At the end of the season, the girls had
posted a sixth place in divisionals.
A Dobson opponent shows her
style of serving against a poised MV
Top: Billy Self, Kim Bacon, Don-
na Clevenstine, Lauren Whitilcer, Ruth
Lopez, middle row: Julie Pico, Laura
Griffin, Patty Duerlc, Kim jones, Mau-
reen Griegan, bottom row: Pauline
Sanofslty, Lanae Saunders, Kim
Wheeler, Chris Stewart, Julie Nirlcell,
Chris Stewart pops the birdie over
the net with her awesome backhand.
Lanae Saunders hands Kim
Wheeler a birdie, and some encourage-
Kim Bacon stretches for a low bird-
ie and just saves it from falling to the
Barbara Abele shows off her rech-
nique with a perfect baclc dive.
Diving team: Brenda Cluff, Bar-
bara Abele, Camille Harris, Veronica
Newrh, Michelle Hebdon, Wendy
The only senior on the team, Ca-
mille Harris works on her inward dive.
long with swimming, girls' diving
proved its talent with an awesome
year. There were only six members on the
team, but they proved they got what it
takes to be on a MV varsity sport. The
team was led by sophomore Barbara Abele,
junior Wendy Priggy, and senior Camille
60 Girls' Diving
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With the coaching of Sandy McCor-
mick the diving team, along with the swim-
ming team, went on to a record one loss
season. "We had a good season, but just
wait until next year. We'll be even better,"
stated Michelle Hebdon. I-ler predictions
should hold true for next year with all but
one diver returning.
irls' swimming continued to carry
on the winning tradition at
Mountain View by diving into one of its
most colorful seasons. Highlighting the sea-
son was again the close meet against
Westwood. Always a powerful team,
Westwood gave the girls' team a tough
fight, but as the score usually shows,
Mountain View came up on top. The team
was led by Coach McCormick.
Some of the team's better members were
sophomore Heather Haynes, her sister and
junior Aimee Haynes, and Senior Shelley
At the end of an outstanding season, the
records showed only one loss, and a high
placing in state.
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Heather Haynes and Shelley Ca-
voloslri find out the results of a meet
from Coach Nlccormiclr.
Bottom row: Jill Galbasini, Cathy
Nlartines, Dana Agilo, Tracee Demo-
vitch, Carrie Foos, middle row: There-
sa Clarlr, Rene Bcyse, Heather Haynes,
Lisa Kobza, Sabrina Werner, top row:
Heather Neilson, Laurie Southworth,
Shelly Cavoloslci, Aimee Haynes, Mi-
chelle Warner, Chris Fedorylr
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hanging boys, swimming and div-
ing to fall instead of spring pro-
vided an excellent result. The swimming
and diving team was undefeated, with a 6-0
record, and one forfeit against Yuma, who
had no team. The greatest pleasure the
team had was their victory against
Westwood, beating them for the first time
in four years, 64-63.
Having placed first and second all year,
john Abele and Chad Bassett's outstanding
diving helped edge the points higher
throughout the season. junior Casey Lee
surprised the Toro team with his improved
ability in diving.
Half of the swim team was composed of
seniors who contributed much to most of
the team scores. Some of the different com-
petitions that were held during a meet were
breast strolce, freestyle, baclcstrolce, a relay
and the very difficult butterfly. Captain of
the team, Steve Shearin, led his team to
becoming "The best team Mountain View
has ever had," said Coach Wilson. Their
winning season proved this was "The year
of the Toro.',
Front row: Don DeGmt-ie, Steve
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Middle row: Randy Mills, Tristan Fri-
hart, Mike Pitts. Back row: Jim Van-
Parys, Keith Perltins, David White,
Whitney Cunningham, Steve Shrarin,
Karl Thorngren, Jeff Regester, Chris
Front row: John Abela, Dt-an Hem-
berger. Bark row: Casey Lee, Chad Bas-
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I In a blur Steve Shearin hurries to get
iris- his warm up laps clone before the
f "' Toros' big meet begins.
Splashing his way to a victory, Steve
Shearm approaches the finish line
whilc competing in the bark strnltc.
Top row: Casey Adams, Todd Gatrel """"'
Andy johnson, Coach jackson. Middle
Tim Wakefield. Bottom row: Scott
Billcr, john Armenra, Robert Scott
Marty Egan, David Dorum, Antonio
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row: Rusty Rosenberger,YBrenr Beers, -4 5
Andy Johnson, the school record
holder, has everyone eating his dust as
he finishes the race first.
Tim Wakefield and Mike Norris,
teammates, fight each other ro the fin-
ish in their meer against Chandler.
irls' Cross Country, coached by
Mary Lou Armenta, finished
their season with a ro-4 record. Coach Ar-
menta summed up the team as being "the
most devoted and hardest working team"
she's ever coached. Special recognition
should go to Sheryl Brady who had her
first experience in cross country this year.
She ended up being the team's number one
runner, placing first among the Toros in all
fourteen meets. The highlight of the season
for the team members was beating
Westwood, on their home field, for the
first time in six years.
"The greatest season ever" is how Coach
Jackson summed up Boys' Cross Country.
The team went undefeated, I4-o. They
gained the titles of City Champs and Divi-
sion Champs. After winning Divisionals
the team went on to place third in state.
Senior Andy Johnson set a new school
record for the three mile course and was
designated, with sophomore Rusty Rosen-
burger, as being an All-State runner. With
the varsity only consisting of three seniors,
Coach jackson predicts next year to be as
good or better.
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Rusty Rosenberger, one of the
Toros' number one runners, lceeps pace
on stride ahead of a Vfestwood oppo-
Maria Trujillo struggles as she has
to come out ahead of her pursuing
Girls' Cross Country shows the
lighter side that goes along with all the
Top row: Becky Potts, Marcy Miller,
Coach Armenta, Sheryl Brady, Doreen
Hopkins, Beth Stewart, Tracy Stewart.
Bottom row: Theresa Copper, Virlrie
Sheldon, Kelly Chapman, Maria Tru-
jillo, Kristin Wrigley, Susan Raye.
Brett Beers crosses the finish line
with a look of satisfaction and fatigue.
Theresa Cooper finishes thc final
stretfh of the meet with a teammate
hot on her trail.
Doreen Hopkins completes the
exhausting Fountain Hills roursc with
thc other competitors far behind.
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Kris Moore wishes het teammate
Chris Sherman good luclt as she enters
Sophomore Bobbi Bloom taltes
time out from practice to measure how
big the ball should be.
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Back row: Coach Steve Schliclt, Brenda Cole, Chris Sherman, Lori Pew, Karla Broughton, Coach Chris Carlson. Middle
row: Susan Redding, Jana Gowin, Bobbi Bloom, Kris Moore, Sharla Dawson. Front row: Adrian Glenn, Linda Schuster,
Keeping her eye on the hall, Kris
Moore completes another perfect
Kathy Redding helps set up an-
other perfeft Toro shot to move her
team closer to victory.
66 Varsity Volleyball
Fir t In
etting up a winning tradition, the
Varsity Volleyball team started
their season off with their win against
Mesa, two sets to one. The Toros played
seventeen games, winning twelve. Steve
Schliclcls outstanding coaching led his team
to a first place tie in the league with both
Yuma and Chandler. In the City, the
Toros earned a 4 and o record having beat-
en Westwood and Dobson, and Mesa High
twice. The Toros also performed remark-
ably by placing third in Central Divisionals.
With good technique and great
concentration, Susan Redding prepares
for the return.
Grimacing with effort, junior Lnri
Pew shows her idea of what n serve
should look like.
Lori Pew reaches to the top to tip
the ball to a teammate for a ser up.
Varsity Volleyball 67
Sophomore Shelley Greene shows
much srylc and form as she delivers a
Andrea Passarella successfully re-
turns rhe ball to :he Mesa High oppo-
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Sharon Schweppc shows "grace
under pressure" as she gets under the
hall for n set up.
Lisa Kaufman jumps our of rhe way
of Paige Bnssler to let her vomplete her
Stepping forward to bump the ball,
Paige Bassler helps the Toros move
closer to another vicrory.
68 JV Volleyball
ith volleyball, it's a matter of
style. The Junior Varsity vol-
leyball team seemed to have the style, tal-
ent, and ability.
After trailing their opponents Mesa
High and Chandler in the first two games,
their last efforts could not help. They took
the two losses with a wounded pride, but
then spirit endured. It gave them the power
to get their confidence back and start win-
ning. By the third game the Toros heated
up a great deal with a lot of enthusiasm and
eagerness. They started to move, spike,
bump, and outmaneuver their opponents.
Game after game, they showed form, grace,
and agility to prove what the Toros were
really made of. The Toros finished the
season up with an outstanding record of 9-
Back Row: Coach Chris Carlson, Lisa
Kaufman, Sharon Schweppe, Joann
Beam. Middle row: Shelley Greene.
Andrea Passarella, Sherri Barron,
Paige Bassler, Sherri Fiske, Front row:
Vickie Keast, Lezlea Runneburd, and
Paige Bassler demonstrates that
much concentration is needed to com'
plete a serve.
Gritting her teeth in concentration.
Lisa Kaufman springs in action to set
the ball up.
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Shelly Greene and Andrea Passare
ella step barlr to let Paige Basslcr return
JV Volleyball 69
Young Team Builds Future Hope
Senior Mike Squires gets ready ro
take a pass from one of the other two
seniors, Craig Taylor.
john Marsh and another MV play-
cr battle for a rebound but lose it to a
Marcos team member.
Dribbling down the court, junior
Dan Palmer shows that he has roral
control over thc ball.
cc e are a young team with
nine underclassmen and
Learning the game, leadership, and atti-
tude will be a major factor in becoming a
solid team," so stated Varsity Basketball
Coach Dennis Pipes. At the beginning of
the tryouts, the returning lettermen had to
fight for their positions.
More than a couple returning seniors
didn't make the team, and there were some
who left the team even after the season had
When asked to list some of the most
valuable players, seniors Mike Squires,
Craig Taylor, and Keith Moody were said
to be leading the way.
The team lost some close games this
season including by two to McClintock and
by one to top ten ranked Marcos De Niza.
One close game, vs. Chaparral, came out a
win. Coach Pipes said that good defensive
play led to the 42-38 win. He further stated
that Hall the players played with intensity
and executed their skills well."
The young team put together a fine
season so far against ranked teams, but just
be on the watch next year for the returning
lkcun Driggs, Eric Jeffery, 'loc Ferreira, Dan Palmer, Mike Squires, Frank Agoslino, Coach Dennis Pipes, manager
Kevin Gray, Keith Moody, Jim Glauser, Eric Powell, Craig Taylor, John Marsh, John Weldon.
70 Varsity Basketball
Brent Nichols is fouled on this play,
but the ball goes in, thus creating a
three point play.
JJ. jackson and Frank Agostino
fight intensely for an important re-
The only junior on the J.V, squad,
Frank Agostino uses his height to score
over the opponent.
s usual the junior varsity basket-
ball team had a number of players
who had the potential to be outstanding
varsity athletes for the next two years. After
all the games, the biggest victory was over
Marcos de Niza. After a slow start in their
season, and in this game, the team was able
to rally from twelve points behind and hold
on to win. The victory started the team on
72 J . V. Basketball
their four-game winning streak. When
asked about the qualities of his team, Coach
Greg Sessions replied, 'IThis was one of the
most exciting sophomore teams we've had
at Mountain View. Not only do these
young men play an exciting brand of bas-
ketball, they also show great promise to
make basketball here at Mountain View
interesting for years to come.',
Top row: Neal Jones, Brett Nichols,
Todd Waaramaa, Franlc Agostino,
Mike O'Dell, jackson, Coach Greg
Sessions, Second row: David Standage,
Kurt Richardson, Bobby Bentley,
Charl Riggs, David Pcrlrinson, David
Owens, Freddy Orona.
Showing off his jump shot, David
Perlcinson goes up before the defenders
can reach him.
Freddy Arona, trapped on the b.i-
seline, looks for some open player to
throw the ball to,
Charl Riggs looks on as team mem-
ber Brent Nichols is fouled while toss-
ing up a shot.
While ahead by one point, Mike
O'Dell carefully attempts to throw :he
ball in bounds.
jackson connects on his first
free throw on a one and one situation.
J . V. Basketball 73
t's 7:30 a.m. time to weigh in. You're
told, with utmost confidence, that
you will lose 2 lbs. before the match that
night. You suit up in all the sweats you can
handle and find time to run during breaks
and release time. Even your stomach is ach-
ing and all you want to do is rest, but the
thought of winning overcomes you and
dedication sets in. Senior Eric Creel consid-
ered it a challenge to lose weight before a
match. He stated, "It has to be done, no
one likes to do it, but you don't want to let
your teammates down."
7:30 p.m. the matches begin. Your stom-
ach is churning like butter and you find it
very difficult to stand still. When it's time
for you to wrestle, you're called to the mat
and you shake your opponent's hand. You
have three periods to wrestle your opponent
to a pin and all you think about are your
moves. Tom Sharpy explained, "It's a com-
bination of nervousness and excitement. It's
more individualistic than football."
A feeling of dedication and power over-
whelms you when you have the stability to
defeat another opponent. Every wrestling
year gets better and only those who contrib-
ute to the team can truly be called dedi-
Corona Del Sol'l wrestler shoots in
a double leg on Paul Kaspnylr, but
Paul wins any way.
After talting him down, Corona Del
Sol tries a switch on junior Eric john-
Locking arms around his oppo-
nent, Tom Sharpy tries for a pin.
74 Varsity Wrestling
Top row: Coach Kipp, james Kolhcpp, Paul Kasprzyk, Ken Woodward, Chris Lewis, john White, Mitch Alvis, Coach Griffin.
Second row: Chip Lantz, Tom Sharpy, Andy Sibin, Eric johnson, Kip Kempton, Greg Frias, Todd Hassel. Bottom row: Eric
Crccl, Pat Castillo, Milne Tuomisto, Pat Tropic, Arthur Trask, Mike Strader, Kevin Whitmore.
Regaining control and working a
"head down," Tom Sharpy goes on to
win the match.
Team Captains Tom Sharpy and
jim Kolhepp stretch out before the
Varsity Wrestling 75
Making Things Happen
hen determination and dedica-
tion are mixed together, you
come up with a strong wrestling team. The
JV team currently has won 23 games
straight in the past three years. The out-
standing wrestlers consist of undefeated ju'
niors Ronnie Miller QIS7 poundsl, Keith
DesRosiers C169 poundsl, Travis Ulmer
C147 poundsj, and undefeated sophomores
Tom Misch 4107 poundsj, Steve Long
6132 poundsj, and Richard Randall qI4O
Working together not only as individ-
uals but as a team as contributed greatly to
the TV wrestlers. They showed spirit and
pride in every move they made, not only
with each other, but with their opponents.
oro wrestler tries
his opponent to s y his way for a
Tom Misch, an undefeated wrestler
Ronnie Miller pins his opponent
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76 J V Wrestling
Top row: Dirk Hcbdon, Keith DesRosiers, Jerry Smith, Brad Hall, Raymond Pechuli, Steve Murrel, Richard Saggio,
James Paya, Jay Nystrom, Barry Fate, Kevin Cronk, Richard Randall, Dale Ganser, Wade Neiswender, Greg Parsons,
Ronnie Miller. Second row: Robert Arnett, John Crowe, Scott Sutherland, Shaun Parry, Jim Marsh, Dan Nelson, Benji
Silver, Tom Baker. Steve Hendrickson, Chris Morehouse, jim Ashmore. Bottom row: Steve Long, Chad Jenson, Barry
Elswirlt, David Collins, Tom Misrh, Charlie Delk, Tim Misch, Mike Simmons, Robbie Reh, Tristan Frihart, David
McClellan, Petr Rangcl. Not pifturcd: Paul Pothier, Donnie Degrarie, Nate Lambson, and John Brown.
Tom Mish snags a single leg, as his
opponent tries to break away.
Richard Randall tries a "tight
waisrfar ankle" on his discouraged op-
Steve Long takes his man down
with a double leg, making sure the
Toros keep the lead.
JV Wrestling 77
he soccer team entered into what
would be a very tough season. The
team consisted of many young athletes who
possessed a high amount of talent.
Toro defense was webbed by two sopho-
more starters, Alex Simonovic and Todd
Johnson, who both played the halfback po-
sition. Also returning were juniors John
Passante, Ed Lochhead, and Matt Camp-
bell. Seniors Robert Russell and Chuck Bas-
sett provided the leadership needed to help
the Toros collectively improve as a team.
At the halfway point in the season the
Toros stood tall with a 4-3 record. Perhaps
the biggest game played was that against
Marcos cle Niza. Having lost by one point
with two seconds left in the game, this was
the most heartbreaking of all contests and
also the best game the team played.
Coach Scafaria "firmly believes that this
is the best team Mountain View has ever
produced," and that "the soccer program
has improved with each succeeding season."
He also felt that the seniors made the sea-
son Htruly a joy to coachn since they put
forth such a great effort.
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oftball is a challenging sport which
takes much determination. The
Varisty team seemed to have everything go
just how they planned.
Pitcher Peggy West commented, "Pitch-
ing is really challenging because the team
and the game depend on my accuracyf'
Ending the season with a t6-7 record,
Coach Shill said, "It was the best season
Mountain View has ever had. The girls
were outstanding, and never let down all
year." The team also had an 8-4 record in
League A Central Division, putting them
in second place.
Waiting for the pitch, Tina Moses
opens her glove for A perfect target.
With a look of experience, Peggy
West throws her best shots for the
Senior Carol Zaclt watches the ball
as it swings outside home plate.
80 Girls Varsity Softball
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Laurie Lott, Kora Gammel, Cheryl Brady, Amanda Yorlr, Tina Moses, Karla Broughton, Julie Chaney,
Girls Varsity Softball 81
In a huddle, the junior Varsity team
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82 Gzrls J.V. Softball
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-loAnn Bean. Darlene Villeaneau, Diana Bosley, Tammy Trembley, Judy Pshalr, Dana Aglio, Billi Self, Raquel Nnvarette, Wendy Boughrey.
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Sophomore Diana Bosley anxious-
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t's 3:30 p.m. and the junior Varsity
softball game is just beginning.
Among the teammates, words of good luclc
are being exchanged.
The pitcher steps up on the mound for
her warm-up pitches. The umpire starts the
game, and the first of seven innings begin.
The crowd begins to roar with support for
their team. By the last of the seven innings
the enthusiasm has built up, and the tense
crowd awaits the final results. The Toros
are victorious, giving the team an II-5 re-
cord for the season.
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Preparing her stance, Christine
Frank turns her glove over to welcome
Practicing with much style and
form Cathy Higuera warms up for the
Girls J.V. Softball 83
Showing form and grace, Fred Ol-
son gives all he's got to get the ball over
Top row: Brent Blough, Scott Davis,
Bill Bedrava, Ron Black, Chris Walker,
Fred Olson, Coach Brady. Bortom row:
Milne johnson, Jim Kobie, Andy Crim-
mins, Ken Dammen, Steve Lundblom,
lVlilre Gicse, Ken Caron, and Kent
Mike johnson keeps his head down
and lnaclchands a tough shot hit deep in
Senior Bobbi Bruce shows good
form when hitting a cross court smash.
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he girls' tennis team had as much
talent or more than it has had for
more than four years and was coached un-
der new authority. janet Soule was really
structured, in that she ran a tough workout
and predicted a winning season. The talent
in the squad ran with the doubles team, and
with senior Bobbi Bruce, who plans to malce
the A.S.U. squad next year. Providing
strong leadership, the seniors helped the
team mature in needed areas.
Boys, tennis was also under some new
management. The '83 season was Coach
Brady's first time to coach tennis, and it
proved successful. Jim Brady was highly
impressed with the significant leadership
provided by the seniors: Fred Olsen, Chris
Walker, and Ken Kayton.
The number one singles player was
sophomore Ron Black, who was also on the
number one doubles team with Scott Davis.
The Toros found the usual tough competi-
tion from Scottsdale and Saguaro.
84 Girls' and Boys' Tennis
Kim jones hustles to the other end
of the court to reach a difficult return
by her opponent.
Andria Allgood demonstrates
how to properly return a ball by using a
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Bobbie Bloom serves up something
a little too hot for her opponem ro
Chris Wallter, senior, keeps his eyes
on the ball ro malte sure his serve goes
Top row: Dawn Sellstrom, Chris
Sherman, Kim Bingham, Andria All-
good, Angela Humphrey, Wendy
White, Bobbi Bloom, and Coach Ianet
Soule. Bottom row: Shelly Greene,
Jackie Wolfe, Andrea Noe, Kim Jones,
Bobbi Bruce, Alisa De Michele, and
Boys' Tenms 85
VARSITY FOOTBALL BADMINTON
MVT OPPONENTS MVT OPPONENTS
34 Westwood 5 Tempe
22 St. Mary's 6 Mesa
34 Dobson 1 McClintock
64 Yuma 1 Chaparral
22 Chaparral 1 Dobson
27 Saguaro 2 Saguaro
ZI Mesa 5 Westwood
24 McClintock 7 Chandler
42 Corona del Sol 7 Corona del Sol
PLAYOgIfgndler VARSITY WRESTLING
MVT MVT OPPONENTS
46 Sunn side
I4 Mood, Valley 33 Yuma
GIRLS' SWIMMING 32 Tempe
MVT OPPONENTS 24 Westwood
43 Corona del Sol
80 Saguaro 51 Coronado
76 Mesa 41 Marcos de Niza
96 Gilhert 1 5 Mesa
76 Westwood 33 Dobson
48 Yuma ISI Mesa
ist Westwood Relays 5th Divisionals
67 Chaparral 3rd City
21 gcgflilck JUNIOR FOOTBALL
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MVT OPPONENTS 39 Dobson
o St. Mary's 6 Mesa
I4 Dobson I4 Dobson
26 Westwood 24 Westwood
28 Corona del Sol
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Marcos de Niza
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Corona del Sol
Marcos de Niza
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Corona del Sol
Marcos de Niza
Corona del Sol
Corona del Sol
Corona del Sol
Corona del Sol
BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY
Marcos de Niza I5
Corona del Sol I7
Carl Hayden I5
Paradise Valley I5
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88 Clubs Division Page
Excited Toro Band members react
wilh enthusiasm to another outstand-
The pep club, sponsored by Mrs.
Nelson, has another friendly gathcring
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ith many mu- for the challenge.
sic, ethnic, aca- Whether it was help-
demic, and spirit ing out in the bake
clubs around school sales, fund raisers, or
you knew your pep assemblies you
choice was going to fit right in with the
be hard. Knowing other members. Do-
that each club would ing your best for the
take up a lot of time club and the school
did not help matters, made this a great
but you were ready year to be a Toro.
Clubs Division Page 89
n increased membership in the
Mayor's Youth Committee subse-
quently increased the involvement of our
school. From zo members last year to 32
members this year the committee is growing
rapidly. Mrs, Taylor, the school sponsor
for the community-based organization felt
tht an increase would add to the amount
of service the organization could do.
The major fundraiser for the committee
was its annual Veteran's Day Carnival held
at Mesa Centennial Hall, which turned out
to be a huge success.
Mayor's Youth Committee repre-
sentatives from Mountain View -
Linda Tucker, Mrs. Taylor Qsponsorj,
and Karen Curry
Amazed as she learns how easy ir is
to cook hotdogs, Lisa Taylor enjoys
her job at the MYC fundraiser.
Giving her sales pitch, Martha
Acosta eagerly awaits her next custom-
er at thc Veteran's Day Carnival.
Front row: Linda Turlrer, Diane Norton, Marcy
Miller, Cathy Martines, Kara Fanlrhauser, David
Thomas, Kim O'Connor, Katrin Kunaselr, Pat Tro-
pio, znd row: Holly Rouse, Ellen Shaffer, Milne
Giese, Milre Bolland, Khali Crawford, Sandy
Householder, john Weldon, jeff Cain, Back row:
Mrs. Taylor, Lisa Taylor, joe Eulate, Chuck Bas- X
sen, Kim Mattingly, Bob Porhier, Tom Sharpy,
Bruce Higginson, Karen Curry, Anne Roslcell.
90 Mayor's Youth Committee
n its second year of existence the Key
Club made many improvements to
Discussing future plans for the
club are Cara Cooper, Jacquic Duranti,
Viclti Sheldon, and Tanya Von Beh-
Key Club officers: Pat Tropic, Ka-
ren Woods, Shelly Nicks, Bruce Hig-
ginson, and Jacquie Duranti.
Front row: Kristen Howard, Bob Pothier, Michelle Patrick, Shelly
Nicks, Bruce Higginson, Camille Harris, Karen Woods, Elise Le
Baron, Marti Ziebell, Renee Caccamese, znd row: Sonja Guthierrcz,
Maria Trujillo, Gloria Gonzalez, Kelly Dickenson, Kaylenc Hartzler,
Kim O'Connor, John Vidourelc, 3rd tow: Mary Linenfelset, Michelle
Call, Suzetre Jones, Rita Walsh, Scott Runzo, Laura Prechtel, Cheryl
Schwanbeclt, Shelley Cavolaslci, Karrin Kunasels, Baci: row: Kim
Mattingly, Sandi Hix, Jacquie Duranti, Julianne Pearce, Donna
LaMont, Cheryl Ratkowslci, Kelly Hoy, Jessica Brummett, Pat Tro-
pic, Scott Mara.
Bob Fredericks, Key Club advisor,
hurries to get an agenda typed for the
club's next meeting.
school was an alternative to the popular
midnight movies shown at the local the
our school. A couple of their monthly ser-
vice projects were painting the school ini-
tials fM.V.T.J and Mountain View on the
football press box, and assisting at the Mesa
Junior Miss Pageant. At the pageant the
club members helped the contestants baclc-
For a fundraiser, the club decided to
show a movie after a home basketball game.
The club's president Pat Tropio, and spon-
sor, Mr. Fredricks felt that a late movie at
Being a service-oriented group, the club
is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Mesa
which is part of an international organiza-
tion. To become a member you must pay
required fees to the Kiwanis Club and com-
plete an application form.
The officers, including Pat Tropio, Ma-
ria Trujillo, Karen Woods, and Shelly
Nicks, took part in the selection of the
Key Club 91
efore the ski trip you could always
catch little pieces of conversation
on the latest in ski wear, ski equipment, and
the fastest runs.
When the Ski Club returned all you
heard was how much fun the trip was and
how low the temperature was. The skiers
were willing to withstand the freezing cold,
the sore muscles, and the frostbitten fingers
and toes, just for a weekend on the slopes.
The Ski Club paid their own way up and
back to Purgatory and organizational help
came from sponsors Tom Guest, Burdell
Moody, and Wayne Vala, and the club's
officers: President Mike Rosati, Vice Presi-
dent Laurie Welch, and Secretary Betsy
Flying through the air with the X
greatest of ease, Bruce Higginson
shows his stuff at Purgatory,
Sylvia and Paul Kasprzyk show
what fun ir is to go to Purgatory and
A Ski Club member enjoys the sce-
nery at Purgatory while skiing down
First row: Mr. Tom Guest, Lisa Hol-
man, Phil Mahre, John Keely, Lori
Karzen, Steve Mahre, Betsy Anderson,
Tom Stenmark, Kim O'Connor, Lori
O'Connor, Christine Gibbons, Kay-
lene Hartzler, Renee Caccamese, Marti
Ziebell, Mr. Burdell Moody, second
row: Dave Aglio, Pat Tropic, Kim
Phelps, Hilary Butorar, Janet Adams,
Jody LaMorte, Cheryl Ratkowslri,
Donna LaMorte, Elise LeBaron, Ka-
ren Wocxds, Jenny Marion, Mary Cos-
grove, Regina Goodolph, Trish Eccles,
third row: Adam Pensl-ti, Andrea Pas-
sarella, Sonja Butterfield, Shanlyn
Newman, Donna Atkins, Lynn Free,
Jenna McDaniel, Maria Trujillo, Lin-
da Tucker, Carle! Hatch, Cheryl
Schwanberk, Karrin Kunasek, Shelley
Cavolaslri, fourth row: Heather Mark-
ham, Angie Mercurio, Michele Lotts,
Lauri Elswirk, Cherie Duffus, Chad
Boheneck, Brian Nowak, Jeff Gowin,
Wes Doman, Chris Walker, Mark
Bradner, Leann Fedoriclt, Sylvia
Kasprzyk, Susan McKernan, last row:
Garran SooHoo, DeLis Breinholt,
John Abele, Michael Orcutt
, F . 4,1 Mr 5.1.
id you ever wonder where most of
the help comes from when our
different sports, clubs, and academics need
money? Well, the answer is Booster Club.
Booster Club is a group of adults inter-
ested in helping our school in any way they
If a club wanted money for an activity,
they would put in a written request. Then a
board of sixteen votes on the request. Some
of the money came from special fund raisers
like the Toro-thon and some from in the
Without the Booster Club's assistance,
many groups would have been in financial
Booster Club President Bob Ker-
nagis calls the meeting to order and
then goes over the agenda with tlie
Nancy Rader listens to the speaker
while Duane Springer taltes notes.
The Booster Club's executive board A few Booster club members discuss
discusses the Toro-thon with Scott the coming events on the agenda for
Booster Club 93
Front Row: 1. Martin, S. Taylor, M. Broadziniski.
Second Row: S. Wiley, B. Henderson, Delorenzo.
Third Row: Nl. Northey, D. Frazier, B, Kernagis,
D, Springer, R. Rapp, G. Ruhelslci, K. Broadzinslci,
Front Row: Kurt Streif, Connie Zirlrer, Heidi Parsons, Natalie
Wallrer, Kristi Pollock, Margie Chiappetta, Jody Nlarquard, julie
Chapey, Second Row: Paul Schulte, Mary Hamblin, Shauna
Bond, Eric Stein, Kory Marion, Pamela Davis, Mrs. Nadeau.
Third Row: Gina Shepherd, Bryan Dryor, Kathleen Murphy,
Anita Higgs, Shauna Harmon, Kim Walker, Hillary Butorac,
Lara Weldon, Jeanette Volrin, Carmen Lee, Michele Mills,
Fourth Row: Robert Myres, Karen Curry, Lisa Groschell, Min
rhelc Troumbley, Lori Montieth, Barb Goodwin,
tage Crew is the behind-the-scenes
club that was the driving force in-
volved in each concert, play, or assembly.
They built the sets, and worked with the
lights, and stage equipment. Drama Club is
one of the clubs that used Stage Crew's
abilities such as in their performances, You
Can't Take It With You, and Briga-
cloon, which were both great successes.
Front Row: Mike Jensen, Kun Streif. Second Row: Greg Then..
es, Barb Goodwin. Third Row: Cnnek snndnnese, Eric Stein.
Fourth Row: Kathleen Murphy, Michelle Troumbley. Fifth
Row: Dirk Myres, Karen Marion.
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the play. their sets.
Debate team member Paul
Schroeder, intently studies for his next
. ' Mrs. Dorothy Nadeau is both the
sponsor of the Drama Club and adviser
for the debate team.
Nathan Sheets and Kent Coffey
plan their strategies for an upcoming
ccording to Debate team member
Nathan Sheets "Debate is the
most important thing at this school. We
learn how to write research and speak. In
debate you need to use these skillsg it is the
application of everythingfl
Une of their strongest debates concerned
the famous Lincoln-Douglas debate.
Every two months they received a new
subject to research and speak on. This re-
quired many hours of hard work. Many of
the members could be found in the library
working on research and writing their
speeches. In the end they emerged victori-
ous and everymember was proud of his
Mrs. Nadeau is surprised at what's go-
ing on :across the room: Paul Schroeder
pays no artr-nuon.
Standing: Kent Coffey, jared Witlork,
Nathan Sheets, Paul Schroeder, John
Hartley. Sittingi Erir Stein, Natalie
Walker, Mrs. Nadeau, Michele
Trombley, Mike Decious
K.A.T.S. officers: From Row: Bill
Cariveau, Dan Wwds, lim Kolhepp.
Last Row: Marla Haslrtt, Mr. Ander-
Flashing the Toro sign, K.A.T.S.
Club members show their spirit that
was rvident at all the assemblies.
A few K.A.T.S. Club members
proudly display their sign at one ofthe
Front Row: Bill Carivcau, lim Kolhepp, Dan Wfoods, Marlr Haslctt, Gino Micheletti, Robert Stauss. Second Row: Terry Blalrer,
Chris l-loerfh, John White, Benny Fisher, Dave Schnieder, lVlilre Andric, Tracy Hanley. Third Row: Lynn Wilcutt, Julie Pringle,
jennifer Brady, lenniffer Karr, Gaylene Roberts, Karen Werner, Carrie Crane, Natalie Walker, Veronica Alfaro, Sponsor: Kim
l lall, Andy Sabin, Lisa Meininger. Fourth Row: Dianna Ciancuillo, Andrea Row, Pam Davis, Laurie Jones, Liz Dabrowslri, ,lenni
Blaclthurst, Danna Gam, Jill Oxborrow, Slcanna Sltousen, Pat Sanchez, Michele Bruce, Tracy Challis, Marie Farnsworth, Camille
llarris. Fifth Row: Javier Gonzales, lohn White, Kip Kempton, Kevin Whitmore, Susan Johnson. Sixth Row: Barry Elswiclr, Tom
Mcsch, Paul Phoenix, Mitch Elsberry, Karen Woods, Terry Master, Shari Klopshinslre, Charlie Beck, Tracie Dobbins, GiGi
Brandon. Seventh Row: Sponsor Diclc Anderson, Lisa Langeneclcerr, Stacy Baer, Darlene Edmonds, Kelly Carro, Gene Holsinger,
Milce Bell, Kenny Johnson, Anthony Demher.
hey were at every assembly, you
never missed them. Sitting at the
top of the bleachers, they were the ones
with the most spirit. They were K.A.T.S.
Organized and sponsored by Mr. Dick
Anderson and Miss Kim Hall, they were in
many activities on campus. They participat-
ed in the canned food drive and collected
the most cans for one club.
The K.A.T.S. Club was one of largest
clubs on campus, which was exceptionally
great since it was their first year in exis-
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Bottom Row: Rita Walsh, Donna Rapier,
Mr. Hank Sheer, Nancy Janish, Erica
Hammons, Kathy Bruner, Maria Sanchez.
Middle Row: Cindy Morales, Laura Strieb,
Rosa Castillo, julian Sakman, Debbie
Crompton, Pauline Sanonsky, Felicia
Deshner, Mark Hazlett. Top Row: jim
McNulty, Jay Lewis, Gilbert Martinez,
John Doyle, Michele Quindry, Kevin
E. QDistrihutive Educationj is
' designed to prepare students
for employment and advanced study in the
field of marketing. Students not only
earned grades and credits, they also earned
income at the same time.
D.E.C.A. QDistributive Education
Clubs of America, is the club part of D.E.
which involves retail marketing.
Some of the fund raising activities in-
cluded candy sales, and selling poster calen-
dars, spool: grams for Halloween, and can-
dles at Christmas time.
Bottom Row: Cindy Morales, Annmarie
Johnson, Julie Hanre, Geanna Gonzales,
Nanette Epps, Maria Wells, Felecia
Deshnet, Erica Hammons, Donna Rapier.
Second Row: Kerry Westfall, Cheryl Gra-
ville, jennifer Haslip, Brenda Cogswell,
Robin Hodges, Michele Quindry, Robin
Newton, Julian Sahmar, Laura Streit, Wil-
liam Williams, Maria Sanchez, Rosa Cas-
tillo. Third Row: Lisa Smith, Debbie
Crompton, Pauline Sanofsky, Rita Walsh,
Vonda Wright, Kathy Bruner, Tanya Ri-
charme, Stepanie Diwmenti, Faye Allen,
Denise Hanna, Merry Christmas, Bonnie
Lawson, Nancy Janish. Fourth Row: Jenny
Marion, Clint Bagby, Kevin Whitmore,
Gilbert Martinez, Tom Lazano, Mike
Stubbs, jeff Regerter, Eric Rundall, Travis
Smith. Top Row: Chuck Doherty, Robert
Stauss, Greg Frias, Mark Hazlett, Bill Hill,
john Armenta, jim McNulty, Craig
Thomas, Jay Paine,
D.E. officers: Nancy Janich, Cindy Mo-
rales, Felicia Deshner, Sponsor Mr. Hank
D.E. and Deca 97
Orchestra Council, sitting: Connie
Zirlcer, Karen Woods, Michelle Call,
jennifer Bates, Caroline Brown, kneel-
ing: Mike Mumford, Ty Woodhall,
standing: Rae jean Bradshaw, Francine
Karen Woods and Connie Zirltet
practice their vihratto before orchestra
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98 Symphonic Orchestra
Listed in alphabetical order: Grace Alvarado, Shana Andrew, Yvonne Ashe, Lisa Banko, jennifer Bates, Becky Bean, Kimberly
Berthold, Nancy Berthold, Eddy Bislsee, Shauna Bond, Rae jean Bradshaw, Daniel Briggs, Ken Brodzinski, Caroline Brown, Kim
Brown, Michelle Call, Linda Campbell, Lara Candland, Joan Canty, Mark Cassady, jesus Chavarria, Cory Church, Lynda Collum,
Bonnie Crismon, Kenneth Dammen, loc Dani, Sandra Davis, Sharla Dawson, Sandra Deming, Douglas Dodge, Penny Dodge,
Francine Doyle, Kara Fankhauser, Tammy Frihart, Karen Hale, Mary Hamblin, Carlet Hatch, Annalisa Haynie, Suzanne Herron,
Anita Higgs, Lucy Hooper, David Hossack, Dale jones, Susan johnson, lara Kempron, Bill Kinnear, Candi Lawson, Lisa Layton,
Lorna Legrady, Lisa LeSuet, Chris Lindseth, Diana Lizdas, leff Lloyd, Heather Markham, Lisa McCain, jeff McEarchem, Susanne
Mclnnis, Wendy McGough,1ames Mills, Tony Needham, Veronica Newth, laurie Noe, Troy Parry, Guinn Parsons, Lydia Perkins,
Heather Pfeifer, Ttini Piron, jessica Richardson, john Rost, Andrea Rusk, Paula Rusk, jim Seiferth, Anita Solano, Michelle Steinhoff,
james Tryon, Sheila Voth, Kim Walker, Natalie Walker, Joanna Watkins, Cynthia Wells, Heidi Werner, Susan Whitcomh, Mari jo
Wood, Karen Woods, Dawnie Wolfe, Connie Zirker, Athena Pappas.
Majorettes Heidi Hage Qleftj and
Kara Fankhauser. Drum Majors Jeff Lloyd
ftopj and Robert Russell,
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Toro Band Create
wo of the largest music groups in
the state reside here: The Moun-
tain View Symphonic Orchestra and The
Toro Band usually did most of its per-
forming during football season, at the
games, and at pep assemblies. Most of the
class time went into preparing the half-time
or pre-game shows. They were out at 7:00
Orchestra also practiced a lot but not on
such a grand scale. They practiced 4th hour
everyday and held section rehearsals at
lunch and after school.
Many of the orchestra pieces were classi-
cal although they did have a Pops Concert
Mr. Lloyd is known to have said, "We
have the capability." Both orchestra and
band proved that they do.
Listed in alphabetical order: Frank Agostino, Lynn Anderson, Tim Andrews, jack Archer, Yvonne Ashe, Shannon Arwell, Tim Bendure, Laurie Bilodeau, Melody Birkett, Eddie Bisbee, Kim Black,
Ofelia Bracamonte, Rae jean Bradshaw, Leslie Brault, Dan Briggs, Mark Bristow, Ken Brodzinski, Doug Brown, Kim Brown, Kay Brown, Michael Bryson, jeff Cain, Linda Campbell, Kevin Qssavaugh,
Mark Charlson, Alex Chucri, Lynda Collum, Carlene Conklin, Wayne Crandall, Bonnie Crismon, John Crowe, Peggie Curd, Vince Curtis, Sally Cypert, joe Dani, Sara Danr, Michael Decious, Chris De-
cious, Craig Devoux, Esther Dolan, Mike Doyle, Brian Eells, Joe Eulate, Kara Fankhauser, Tina Fausnett, Renee Finney, Sharon Flinn, Tristan Frihan, Deanna Govema, Paul Green, Cathem Griffin, Lisa
Griffis, Heidi Hage, Karen Hamlow, Shelley Hartley, Dennis Hawley, David Hossack, Dan Hulse, Cynthia johnson, Dale jons, Mark Kerrigan, Linda Kimball, Lisa Kobza, joe Koehler, Tari Kreamier,
Andy Kunde, Kari Larson, Sara Leonard, Troy Leonard, Lisa Layton, Daniel Lepianka, Chris Lindseth, Ken Littler, Jeff Lloyd, Brian Loeffler, Richard Lorig, Steve Lundblom, joy Lynn, Scott
MacCubbin, Debra Marshall, Catherin Martines, David McClellan, Mike McDaniel, Jeff McEarchem, Rosemary McGee, Julie Millross, Randy Mills, Mike Mumford, Susan Nelson, Veronica Newth,
jacquie Noble, Melanie Noble, Laurie Noe, Diane Norton, Teresa Nossett, Troy Perry, Heather Pfeifer, Greg Phair, Bonnie Pinkerton, Michael Pitts, Kevin Queck, Michelle Ray, Bryan Rhein, Vicki
Rhinehart, Terri Roberson, John Rost, Robert Russell, Lori Salsberry, Yvette Sampedro, Tim Sanderson, Israel Sanft, Kent Saunders, Sharon Schweppe, Chuck Schmidt, Scott Secando, jim Seiferth,
Duane Shope, Tracy Sikora, Dawn Sellstrom, Shari Skabeland, Jim Smith, Greg Smith, Baird Stevens, Cherly Stephenson, Gma Strazicar, Steve Swan, Karen Swinehan, Cindy Treviso, JoEllen Turley,
Tami Tyree, joy Vallier, Andrianne VanGordner, Aaron Vaughn, Linda Votano, Sheila Voth, Brett Wahlin, Kelli Warble, Kerry Vlestfall, David White, Erika Wight, jackie Ywilliams, Julie VVinters,
Brad Witkin, Dawnie Wolfe, Ty Woodhall, Inice Frazier
Toro Band 99
ance lOOkS Simple on stage but the
truth is it's really hard work.
This year's Dance Club exhibited dedi-
cation to their craft by giving terrific per-
formances. But before these performances
were days of practice, perfecting their rou-
tines. These were usually ballet, modern,
tap, and jazz.
Each member helped malce up the
dances and the final performance showed
the pride each felt.
First row: Mrs. Zlamal, Penny Casner, Lisa Bentley, Terri
Thompson, Deanna Hughletr, julie Newland, Tracy Challis, jill
Oxborrow, Koren Marion, Deana Mariage. Second row: Tracie
Dobbins, Pat Sanchez, Stacy Franzmeier, Roseann Carreri, An-
drea Bentley, Betsy Anderson, Shelly Lotts, Pat Morales, Sheri
Klopshinslre, Jo-Wen Wang, Beclry Halls, Elise LeBaron. Third
row: Susan Johnson, Janet Adams, Dodie Balmer, Marnie Allen,
Jim Plotzlce, Michele Bruce, Shanlyn Newman, Beclri Ergen-
bright, Holly Keehrg Not present: Macie Farnsworth, Julianna
Davis, Dana Garn, jennifer Blaclrhurst.
ade up of a select group of la-
dies, one of the best choirs was
Their singing combined with dance
steps was put together for terrific perfor-
When asked the chorus's goals, member
Sheri Heliquest replied, "To achieve ulti-
mate superiority toward the functioned and
rather able and appendaged musical talents
involved in the rather distraught and often
misunderstood music systems of this fine
nation which we are centered around."
Row one: Debbie Olson, Casie Forbes, Chris Stewart, Row two: Karen Hale, Karen Werner, Carrie Crane, Deana Mariage. Row
three: Janelle Hyslope, jill Brown, Stephanie Brown, Amy Perlrinson, Rosanne Carreri, Marie Lewis, julie Call, Sheri Heliquest,
Wendy Brewer, jennifer Blachhursr, Mary Hamblin. Row four: Carie Combs, Share: Sirrine, Lorie Montierth,
Brenda Cluff, Denice Lytle, Susan Maready, Susie Vaughn, Gaylene Roberts, Andrea Bentley.
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ront presents, right shoulder, over-
head butterflies, right shoulder,
French fries. These words may sound for-
eign to you, but give a Flag Corps member a
pole and shelll do wonders.
For one football game they would aver-
age twenty hours of practice, fourteen
hours of practice on their own and the
other six with the band. The time on their
own was spent making up, practicing, and
polishing up the routines.
Flag captains Bonnie Crismon
and Deanna Governo demonstrate
a front port.
Row one: Karen Hamlow, Me-
lanie Noble, Dawnie Wolfe,
Lourie Noe, Debbie Marshall, Iu-
Iie Winters. Row two: Erica
Wright, Jacqui Noble, Heather
Pfeifer, Deanna Governo, Bonnie
Crismon, Kim Black, Lisa Layton,
Dawnie Wolfe, Melanie No-
ble, Karen Hamlow, and julie
Winters practice the routine to
Erica Wright, Lisa Layton, and
Lourie Noe demonstrate a parade
Flag Corps 101
Spanish Culture Influences Students
esigned to motivate and increase
Hispanic cultural awareness, La
Mecha has expanded the identities of many
Speakers came to promote educational
and career involvement. La Mecha also had
a Speaker's Bureau to explain their club's
purpose and activities.
Focusing on the Spanish language and
touching on its culture, the Spanish Club
had a very productive year. Service projects,
the main objective this year, and fund rais-
ers kept the members of the club active.
LaMecha Officers: front - Diana
Arrieta, Javier Amaya, back - Diana
Nino, Mr. Moody, Lupita Medina
Spanish Club Officers: fron: -
Shawna Bond, middle - Donna At-
kins, Elise l.eBaron, back - Shellie
102 La Mecha - Spanish
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Bottom row: Gina Torres, Eddie Navarrette, Frank jaramillo, Iavier Amaya, Tyrone Emerson, Richard Esqueda, Heide Gomez.
Middle row: Mr. Moody fSponsorJ, Sherry Burger, Theresa Duke, Danette Gates, Lisa Hernandez, Annette Pendle, Lorraine Sage,
Ydanda Cervantes. Top row: Christina Federico, Lupita Medina, Patty Ortiz, Darlene Villanueva, Diana Nino, Diana Arrieta, Becky
Quiwic, Sherry Olson.
Bottom row: Karmel Lantz, Cindy Gibb, Donna Atkins, Cheryl Ratkowski, Terri Cartwright, Maria Trujillo, Rita Wdsh, Erik
Hamm. Middle row: Lisa Harwell, Pam Barry, Melinda Mullins, Lisa Crouch, Stephanie Osbom, Christina Logsdon, Patricia Aguirre,
Sonja Gutierrez, Shawna Bond, Shellie Caldwell. Top row: Sponsor - Mary Kay Freeman, Beth Stewart, Andy Kunde,1im Pederson,
Burt Lambson, Adam Psenski, jennifer Richardson, Roland Amstutz, Brian Eells, Loel Lemoine, Don Grant, Aaron Vaughn, Elise
LeBaron, Jill Oxborrow.
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Hughletr, Mary Bickes, Cincli Vfesr-
berg, Lisa Gray, Lorrie Stirling, Kelly
Rahn, LeAnn McKenna, Lisa Perri,
Theresa Contreras. Second row: Karen
Voegtline, Debbie Tatum. Third row:
Sponsor Helen Pogal, Marls Enos,
Melanie Hanes, Betsy Cluff, Marina
Fruehling, Tina Kempf, Carol
Sprouse, Lisa Ewald, Pat Morales. Top
row: Ioan DeMasseo, Jenny Zollinger,
Karen Richardson, Sylvia Wilbrink.
Bottom row: Deanna Hughlett, Deb-
bie Tatum, Lisa Gray, Lisa Perri. Top
row: Lisa Ewald, Leanne McKenna, S,
Bottom row: Tina Kempf, Maria
Enos. Middle row: Mary Biclces, Kelly
Rahn, Carol Sprouse, Cindi Westberg,
Lori Stirling. Top row: Karen Richard-
son, Karen Voegtline, Joan DeMasseo,
Melanie Hane, Marina Fruehling.
Front: Jody Kelly. Back: Pat Mo-
rales, Betsy Cluff, Theresa Contreras,
and President Jenny Zollinger.
ooperative Office Education
QCOEQ is more than just a club. It
is a future to some students. This program
offers on the job training in business related
jenny Zollinger landed a job as a banlc
teller. Her interest in business and finance
along with COE's help made this opportu-
COE also steered other members to a
career of their choices.
104 Student Council
Student Council Officers: Top -
Chris Zaharris, Bob Pothier, Bruce
Higginson, Chris Nelson. Middle -
Kim O'Conner, Linda Tucker. Front
- Elise La Baron, Amanda York, Ali-
N.H.S.: Top - Ellen Shaffer, Khali
Crawford, Whitney Cunningham.
From - loEllen Turley, Sharon Flinn.
N.H.S.: Front - Sally Cypert, De-
anna Hughlett, Donna Rapier, Maria
Trujilo, Ja Wen Wang, Lisa Lynn,
Sandy l-lousholder, Terry Master,
Fritz Osorio. znd - Paul Williams,
Nathan Sheets, Yvette Sampedro,
Anne Roskell, Susan Meredy, Deborah
Benson, Shauna Bond, Michelle Call,
Diane Norton, Sharon Flinn, Susie
Vaughn, Bobbie Bmce. 3rd - Pam
Hull, sponsor, Garran Sool'loo, Lori
Shill, Ellen Shaffer, Chris Sherman,
Julie Call, Khali Crawford, Kim Bacon,
Stepanie Peters, Tracie Been, julie
Larson, Mr. Rice, sponsor. Top -
Mike Squires, Whitney Cunningham,
Kevin Evans, jared Whitlock.
Steve Sherrin and Andy Castillo sell
pop for a fund raiser at the Dobson
cholarship, leadership and service
are the main purposes in National
Honor Society. Many funds are raised for
college scholarships, and last year two S250
college scholarships were given. This year
the group tried to give more.
To be in National Honor Society, Sen-
iors must obtain and hold a 1.5 grade point
average, juniors a 1.4, and Sophomores a
These students have been involved in
many service projects that included restor-
ing the old Sirrine House which was re-
stored for the town because it is a historic
state landmark, having been here for such a
These students have shown a lot of hard
work and dedication in every project they
have been in.
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Karen Hale, Michele Patrick, jim
Plolzlce, Amy Perlcinson, Camille Har-
ris. Bottom row: Janell Hyslope, Lori
Passey, Tangi Tidwell, Tracy Welch,
Shelly Nicks, Tina Kempf, julie Call.
Jim Plotzlle and rwo Varsity Cheera
leaders display .1 spinning star at
Mike Bryson and Martha Afosra,
Iwo Varsity Cheerleaders, were not
.available for the group picture.
'Ianell Hyslope performs a spread
eagle lump with ease.
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e ve got spirit, yes we o,
we got spirit, how 'bout
you?" That chant described the cheer-
leaders' spirit and enthusiasm, on campus,
at games, and at pep assemblies.
In July the Varsity Cheerleaders went to
cheer camp for five days in Los Angeles.
While there, they won the Spirit Sticlc, and
had the chance to compete for the awards
of excellence. Camille Harris was awarded
The J.V. Cheerleaders went to cheer
camp in Prescott for five days, where they
won the Grand Championship award out
of forty other schools. They were also
awarded for their perfection.
The last month of summer the Cheer-
leaders practiced from 6:00-8:oo a.m. every
day to perfect their cheers.
Cheering involved a lot of personal time
such as making treats for football players,
and practicing before assemblies.
Fund raisers included selling candy, hav-
ing a car wash, and giving out hot dogs and
colces, for which they received 5200.
Jill Zawacki displays a single stag
. I jump-
'5 " Susie Herron displays a double stag
Tammi Tempel does a hurdler jump.
Diana Bosley performs a back arch.
JV Cheerleaders: Lisa Taylor,
Diana Bosley, Susie Herron, Andrea
VanNorman, Kim Demise, Tami
Tempel, Jill Zawaclri, Jessica Richard-
LV. Cheer 109
ERO is not just another club. It
is a working program that deals
with Home Economics Related Occupa-
tions, such as floral designer, childcare aide,
consumer aide, model, and host or hostess.
Their supervisor, Ms. Sue Clark, held
classes concerning Home Economics and
business. She also observed each student at
Some of fund raisers they had were sell-
ing candy, and having a car wash.
H.E.R.O.: Front: Diane Shinn, Quirlt, Denise Wells, Renee
Caccamese, Rhonda Knudson, Tricia Tebrich, Kathy Henson,
Rhonda Rettig. Middle row: Gloria Gonzalez, Debbie Somody,
Kaylene Hartzler, Karen Gray, Leisa Owsley, Cristina Hill,
Cheryl Gray, Lana Peavey, Marti Ziebell. Back row: Steve Daw-
son, advisor, Ms. Sara Clark, Scott Cirone, Brady Thorpe, Bar-
bara Cloyd, Ray jones.
H.E.R.O. Officers: Left to Right:
Marti Zeibel, Kelly Harmon, advisor
Ms. Sara Clarlr, Gloria Gonzalez, Den-
A.F.S. Officers: Front row: Yvonne
Ashe, Rhonda St. Louis. Baclt row:
Stephanie Martin, Penny Dodge.
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merican Field Service offered stu-
dents a chance to go visit other
countries for a year to learn about different
ways other people live.
Although none of the foreign exchange
students came here through this service our
foreign exchange students found instant
friends in the club members.
Many students felt that this was a
chance of a lifetime to experience different
cultures, foods, and languages.
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A.F.S.: Front row: Manfred Gurnanger, Laurens Appel, Helrn
Siegumferdt, Grant Boland, Karl Thorngren, advisor, Amy Hull.
Second row: Beth Stewart, Cindy O'Bryant. Yvonne Ashe, Steph
Martin, Suzanne Niemic, Gloria Gonzalez, Trary Vfest, Tamara
Benka, Cindy Fabian, Margret Benzer. Third row: Penny Dodge,
Karen Curry, Nlichele Hagerty, Rochelle Tribby, Robin Palmer,
Rhonda St. Louis, Tracie Dobbins, Aimee Haynes, Heather Haynes,
Don Hughes. Last row: Eric Stein, Kathlecna Murphy, Eva Le-
dingham, Lisa Groschel, Gigi Brandon, Becky Stanhart, Bryn Pryor,
Kneeling: Manfred Gurnanger, Helen Sic-
gumferdt. Standing: Laurens Appel. Karl
Thorngren, Grant Boland.
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Haynes, Candy Lawson, Tracy Benlta,
German Club Officers: From row:
Kris Perkins, advisor, Mr, Bordwell,
Skip Leasure. Back row: Holly Van
Derhaar, Rick Rader.
omment - Allez Vous? Spren-
chen Da Duetch? If you under-
stand this you were obviously in the Ger-
man or French Clubs. The clubs promoted
a general awareness of the languages and
customs of France and Germany.
Some of the fund raisers they had were
selling candy, calendars and pastries. The
money that the German club raised went
towards a scholarship, and a night at a
German restaurant. The money that the
French club raised also went towards a
scholarship and a meal at a French restau-
German Club: Front row: Steve Shearin, Lori Karzen, Cheryl
Pardew, Holly VanDerhaar, Joann Biehn, Amy Moore, Karen
Swinehart, Gloria Gonzalez, Bill Kinnear, Caren Conklin, Paul
Karzen. Second row: Kris Perkins, Theresa Frierson, Michelle
Vening, Mick Baily, Steve Charney, Holly Keehr, Kathy Kin-
near, Gary Hicok, Mike Giese, Chris Rezler. Third row: Tracy
Durstein, julie Pringle, Susan Maready, Debbie Brown, Pat
Duek, Lisa Brown, Heline Gurney, Wendy Gurney, Michelle
Gebhardt, Trevor Swanson, Margaret Ann Gowans, Helen Si-
gumfeldl, Shelly Call, Eric Green, Penny Dodge, Shane Rowe,
Brad Paschke, Dawn Sheets, Herr Bordwell, Advisor. Fifth row:
Rick Lorig, Whitney Cunningham, Brian Eells, Chris Heinz-
mann, Skip Leasure, Ken Dammon, Dave Thomas, Rick Rader,
Steve Fjelstad. Las! row: Bryon Pryor, Ken Hennessy.
French Club: Front row: Monique Allan, joy Lynn, Nancy
Leclingham, Wendy Phillips, Heather Haynes, Laura Thomas,
Kristina Henson, Heidi Werner, Cindy O'Bryant, Candy Law-
son. Second row: Tara Cummins, Richard Lizdas, Tracie Dob-
bins, Krishna Walker, Manfred Gutnanger, Diane Norton, Da-
vid White, Barbra Pell, Deborah Benson, Sara Leonard, Guinn
Persons, Third row: Aimee Haynes, Wendy Biller, Kris Moore,
Mary Lfewicki, Greg Nicoll, Garran Soo Hoo, Karl Thorngren,
Lori Whitmore. Last row: Shauna Adams, Tami Tremblay,
Penny lorgenson, julie Hance, Michelle Bruce, john Marsh,
Tracy West, Dawn Sellstrom, Gina Cavallo, Bobbi Bloom.
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bie Hale, Sylvia Kasprzyk, Tanya Von
Behren. Standing: jill Nicks, Colette
Van Norman, Bryan Paxton, Kim
O'Conner, Rick Lyon, Kelly Dicken-
son, Maria Trujillo, Cara Cooper, jac-
quie Duranti, Karrin Kunasek, Martha
Acosta, Greg Holman, Ken Littler,
john Llewellyn, Denine Davis, Keleigh
Keefe, Dean Cochenour, Heidi Silrora,
Mike Miller, Heather Pfeifer, Kathy
As Cheryl Teigs looks on, photogra-
phers Mike Miller and Greg Holman
do a little darkroom work.
ight now, you are holding in your
hands, one of the most time con-
suming projects that takes place on our
campus each year. There were times when
six out of twenty-five staffers were rushing
around madly to meet their deadlines
which also included staying after school
and often working during their lunch hour.
There was nothing more satisfying to
the staffers than knowing there really was a
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Front Row: Barbara Goodroad, Chris-
rine Delaney, Dawn Marshall, Aimie
Tryon, Pam Berry, Reylene Carlson.
Second Row: Cindy Nlessner, Lee Gib-
bin, Kim Bacon, Dahra Butler, Terri
Roberson, Carmen Lee, Lisa Harwell,
Carlene Conlrlin, Last Row: Sponsor
Cheryl Nelson, Holly Rouse, Donna
Clcvenstine, Susan Currie, Crystal
Graham, Theresa Adams, Vincent Cir-
Pep Club member Heidi Silrora
shows her school spirit by dressing up
on dress-up day sponsored by Pep
A Pep Club member wipes the egg
off of the face of the gym floor after
rhc egg ross.
Mrs. Cheryl Nelson laughs as she
rhinlrs of what she has planned next for
the class competition.
id you ever wonder who made up
and organized those crazy class
competitions at the assemblies? If you did,
here's the answer: the Pep Club.
They not only worked hard at keeping
the assemblies spirited, but one of the mem-
bers was our wonderful Toro you saw at the
football games. Spirit wasn't the only thing
they worked for. They were always there to
help other clubs with raising money. With
all their contributions to the school, the
Pep Club definitely deserves recognition for
keeping Mountain View an exceptionally
Pep Club 113
ncore Strings was a small group of
orchestra students who acted as a
public relations group. They played at trail-
er parles, hospitals, and nursing homes.
The auditions were held by Mr. Rader
and only the best made the group. Near the
end of the year they were changed into a
chamber orchestra so they could perform at
the Mountain States Music Festival.
First row: Chris Linseth, Ty Wood-
hall, Second row: Jennifer Batos, Pen-
ny Dodge, Third row: Caroline Brown,
Annalisa Haynio, Shana Andrews,
Guinn Parsons, Connie Zirlter, Wendy
McGough, Kim Walker, Lourie Noe,
Fourth row: Carry Shelton, Ron Stew-
art, Michelle Layton, Tammy Frihart,
Deanna Ctovetno, Cory Church, Tony
Needham, Bonnie Crismon, Lara
Kampton, Marlt Cassaday, Mat Han-
son, Mitch Riehl, Baclr: Mr. Richard
While the bass violin rellos watch,
the trumpet line of Matador Band
practices "Rio Lobo".
Tammy Frihart and Guinn Parsons
prove that practice malres perfect dur-
ing Encore Strings.
Front row: Marcy Plunket, Laura Ra-
demaeher, Jodi Rcnfro, Christine
Yahnlce, Joann Biehn, Karen Frias,
Philene Oswald, Jody Marquard, Laua
ra Croy, Mr. David L. Perry, Second
row: Milte Hardy, Theresa Owen,
Marsha Hinltle. Lynelle Manuel, Shari
Albright, Dale Rtutta, Christine Barry,
Pam Barry, Wendy Phillips, Christy
Beaves, Pam MrClellen, Wendy Billet,
Joel Bowers, Susan Echols, Third row:
Paul Richie, Heidie Richie, Tom Orte-
ga, Larry Cochran, Richie Estes, Al-
lred Flores, Bill Glass, Bobbi Butren,
Mitch Riehl, jeff Tennant, Robert Ar-
nett, David Christmas, Deanna Wise-
man, Fourth row: Michael Baily, Gary
Clarkson, Gary Parnell, Fifth row:
Gary Romay, Marlr Line, Alan Duby
nother band was Matador band.
This band of forty members prac-
ticed second hour marching and their con-
cert music. Their director, Mr. David Per-
ry, is studying music at A.S.U. and is
president of the Sun Devil Marching
They had three concerts and performed
pregame at the McClintock football game.
Their basic goal was to improve music
skills and sharpen talent.
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With a careful eye on his music saxo-
phonist Iaclt Archer lteeps time with
'lwhat am I doing here? This is
Iazzl" says Tammy Frihart of Encore
Susan Echols contemplates that
last sharp that should have been a B
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nother music specialty group was
Jazz Ensemble. A select group of
brass players, they entertained at concerts,
basketball games, and nursing homes.
The Ensemble's musical variety included
jazz, dixieland, roclc, and soul. The music
appealed to young and old alike.
They traveled to elementary and junior
high schools to entertain and encourage
students to take up a musical instrument.
This mini-tour encouraged many young
people on to greater musical height. The
members of jazz enjoyed playing for the
Front row: Bonnie Pinkerton, Linda
Campbell, Jaclt Archer, Sharon Flinn,
JoEllen Turley, Nlarlt Carigan, Row
two: Steve Swan, Tim Bendure, Robert
Arnett, Eddy Bisbie. John Rost, joe
Dani, Row three: Charlie Beck, Alrx
Chucri, Pat Tropic, Laurie Jones, Jeff
Lloyd, Rod Young
Counting rests is a very important
part of playing music as the trumpet
section of jazz demonstrates.
Jazz Ensemble 115
ne of the other sophomore choirs
was Las Mariposas. A small choir
of twenty girls, they mainly worked on mu-
sic from foreign countries.
Their director, Miss Sally Monk, helped
mix these girls with the other choirs for
their Christmas concert. Later in the year
they attended the Mountain States Music
These girls demonstrated their versatile
talent in successful performances.
Floor: Chris Radley, Kristen Keeling,
Row two: Michelle Mills, Tammy
Slade, Cindy Buckland, Donna Atkins,
Rohnna Musk, Stacy Thomas, jackie
Brown, Deanna Wiseman, Third row:
jacquelin Brown, Kristin Walker, An-
gie Reidhead, Kay Seely, Susan Nel-
son, Susan Challis, Wendy Evans,
Kristina Henson, Standing: Debbie
Decker, Donna Plunlcett
Las Palomitas and Las Mariposas
practice harmonizing before their up-
Miss Sally Monk helps some of the
girls in Las Palomitas with their Christ-
mas concert music.
as Cancionistas was a Junior-Senior
choir taught by Mr. Dave Perry.
The girls mostly worked on theory and
perfecting their singing skills. Their songs
ranged from pop to classical. One of their
best performances was at their Christmas
concert. Later in the year they participated
at the Mountain States Music Festival.
These girls joined the rest of the Choral
Department in the Christmas Assembly
singing with the orchestra.
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Bingham, Michelle Wollett, Kneeling in back: Amie Tyron
116 Las Mariposas!Las Cancionistas
Song and Dance
os Cantantes was the major mixed
choir in the Choral Department.
This choir showed their remarkable talent
through their sound.
Another all sophomore choir was Las
Palamitas. These girls auditioned and were
selected by Mr. Perry. They sang at the
These sophomore girls practice
carefully for their upcoming perfor-
mance with the other choruses.
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Lutheran Hospital, and the Elks Club.
They also participated in the orchestra-cho-
rus Christmas concert.
The girls worked hard on perfecting
their skills. Their concerts was a time to let
their work show.
Front row: Deana Mariage,
Eric Edwards, Dawn
Trimmer, Carmen Lee, Phillip Cox,
Barbra Peel, Ryan Halls, Deborah Ol-
sen, lim Zinn, Melinda Mullins, Rich-
ard Jensen, Shelly Caldwell, Clayton
From, Lora Gaddie, Robert Myers,
Lisa Redondo, Row zz Lisa Groschel,
William Ford, Tammy Richardson,
Mike Caldwell, Sally Cypert, Kevin
Copelan, Carol Davis, Roger Bean,
Deborah Benson, Scott Secondo, jim
Wisniewski, Koren Marion, Robert
Pryor, Tifanie Bethancourt, john
Behring, Vickie O'Dell, Row 3: Tracy
Stewart, Reggie Vallelunga, Devon
Miller, Gina Shepherd, Mike Decious,
Shay Madden, Lee Geblin, Kim Mat-
tingly, David Benson, Cynthia Wells,
Shari Helquist, Robbie Vallelunga,
Lisa Hon, Chad Willis, Desiree Peter-
son, Andy Wagar, Shaun Parry,
Share: Sirrine, Row 4: Mary Linen-
felser, Denise Turley, Dan Lepianka,
Suzette jones, Lonny Foster, jorgena
Ball, Rusty Newth, Yvonne Ashe,
Chris Decious, Laurie Southworth,
Andy Guy, Gina Barker, Cassie Forbes,
Mitch Alvis, Sharon Gulden, Marvin
Lambright, Karen Curry, Lucy Ash-
Front row: Shauna Harmon, Erika
Wight, Diana Cianevillo, Row zz Lori
Gokee, Joni Mclntyre, Shauna Adams,
lill Nielson, Kim Walker, Lynn Soren-
son, jennifer Brady, Monique Allen,
Sherri Czudak, Anne Durney, Rene
Boyse, Row 3: Nancy King, Cindy
johnson, Laurie jones, Carrie Skousen,
Diana Johnson, Melanie Nobel, Inice
Frazier, Mona Crawford, Susan Nel-
son, Row 4: Tami Beert, Melanie
Flake, Michelle Gardner, Sheryl Rob-
erts, Tara Cummins
Bottom Row: Michelle Call, Susan Crane. Second
Row: Lisa Hoguc, Tim Sanderson, Bob Gunnell, Ty
Legg, Bobbi Self. Third Row: Karen Vfoods, Rod
Smith, Linda Tucltcr. Fourth Row: Bill Arnet, Marnie
Allen, Todd joy, Chris Sweador, Rod Johnson, Cynthia
Wells, Gary Spear, Donna Rapier, Dennis Burgess.
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ncore was a select group of chorale
choir members who performed sep-
arately and with the other choirs.
This group of fourteen members added
a lot to the music department as a public
relations and specialty group. They per-
formed at elementary and junior high
schools, nursing homes, and trailer parks,
and encouraged kids to get involved in their
Encore members practice on stage
to perfect their singing abilities.
just warming up before practice are
Rod Smith, Karen Woods, Lisa Ho-
guc, and Tim Sanderson.
Encore students practice their part
for their next performance so they may
perform their very best.
Bottom Row: Linda Tucker, Dirk Myres,
Lisa Gaddie, Chuck Sandhurst, Alison Clark,
Rick Lorig, Donna Rapier, Michele Call. Sec-
ond Row: Lisa Hogue, Bill Arnet, Tracy Beert,
Bob Gunnel, Chris Sweader, Mark Charlcson,
Penny Gasner, Rod Smith, Narlie Wrilker.
Third Row: Chris Cotrom, Bobbi Self, Andy
Dt-Lorenzo, Jenni Blackhurst, Ty Legg, Susan
Crane, Todd joy, Carler Hatch, Rod johnson,
Diane Norton. Fourth Row. julie Larson,
Glenn Nelson, Lisa Higgins, Dennis Burgess,
Marnie Allen, Richard Sears, Lori Shill. Gary
Spear, Joellen Turley.
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JoEllen Turley, Gary Spear, and
Allison Clark sing a country ballad to
help raise money for Vienna.
ne of the groups we were very
proud of was Chorale. This choir
of forty members was invited to Vienna to
attend the International Youth and Music
Festival during july. They needed to raise
two thousand dollars per person.
To reach this goal they put together a
brochure advertising the choir for busin-
esses that needed talent for television and
radio commercials, performing at business
conventions, civic clubs, etc. They also put
together a coupon booklet of the different
community businesses. This helped to ad-
vertise the businesses as well as raise money
for the choir.
A group of Chorale members prac-
tice the end of one of their routines
until they reach perfection.
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citing than mixing chemicals and
waiting to see the results?
Science Club, led by their fearless leader
Mr. Tom Atkins, probed the world of sci-
ence to find out just what would happen.
These students enjoyed learning about the
world around them and other worlds that
might be out in space. They also went on
field trips. I
So if you ever walked by the science
rooms after school, heard an explosion and
several people laughing, you knew the Sci-
ence Club was holding their weekly meeting.
Sally Cypert and Dawn Trimmer
study the life of plants at one of their
Mr. Tom Atkins and Robert Young
discuss coming events for their next
Club Officers: Dawn Trimmer,
Sandy Householder, Kevin Quick, Sal-
Front Row: Sandy Householder, Ellen Schaffer, Lisa Brown,
Sally Cypert, Middle Row: Kevin Quick, David Malas, Robert
Young. Last Row: Dana Robins, Anna Roskel, Dawn Trimmer,
Dan Halls, Mr. Tom Atkins, Steve Zawacki.
Science Club 121
he purpose 'of V.I.C.A. fVoca-
tional Industrial Clubs of Amer-
icaj was to assist students in establishing
realistic vocational goals. Both classroom
study and on-the-job training are received.
The members attended classes part of the
day and were employed the other part of
the day. The students were paid at the same
rate as any new employee in that same
business. Students had to average at least
fifteen hours per week while on the job.
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Glenn Kegler, john Heisel, Mike Hershey, Doug Blain, Dave Loeffler. Front Row: Marc Hoy, Kathi Cartwright, Sheryl Smith, Robert
Senior Dave Loeffler prepares ro
begin work on replacing a window on a
Senior Sheryl Smith makes a list of
things she has ro do before beginning
As Dennis Heath replaces the break
pads, V.I.C.A. advisor Mr. Hudson
inspects his work,
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Some Homeroom Council mem-
bers discuss what's on the agenda for
the first meeting.
Cara Cooper takes time out during
a Homeroom Council meeting to put
on her lip gloss.
omeroom Council was a service-
oriented group who successfully
sponsored community activities such as a
can food drive and a blood drive. Home-
room Council was also an outlet for the
student body to convey their suggestions
through the representatives. To organize
their funds they amended the constitution
to include a homeroom council treasurer.
They sponsored a dance to raise money for
their annual scholarship, which was award-
ed to an outstanding senior. Sponsor Russ
McBride, Student Body Vice Pres. Bob
Pothiet, and Speakers of House Katrin
Kunaselc and Camille Harris provided lead-
H omeroom Council 123
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the Track Club was successful in
achieving a greater amount of spirit for the
girls, track team. One of the club's goals was
raising money for "Camp Happyf, a sum-
mer track camp. To raise money for this
club, the club had bake sales and participat-
ed in the Toro-a-thon.
The officers of the club included Presi-
dent Maria Trujillo, Vice President Gigi
Brandon, Treasurer Kristin Howard, and
Secretary Amanda York. The advisor was
Coach Armenta. She gave the club a lot of
initiative and helped give the team inspira-
tion and spirit.
Track club members workout evcrya
day during 7th hour to prepare for the
Ann Rosati smiles to show rhaz run-
ning isn'r all that bad as mosr people
During practice, Cathy Martines
laughs as Marnie Miller struggles to
finish her final lap.
Front row: Ruth Lopez, julie Pico, Tracy Stewart, Sherry Burger. Tina Fausnett, Roxy Kclly Chapman concentrates
Waldrod, Wendy Prigge, Adrian Van Cvorder. Middle row: Coach Armenta, Doreen deeply on her running in order to pace
Hopkins, Lori Whitmore, Kristen Howard, Marcia Miller, Lorraine Sage. Nikki Mangeris, hcrgglf for yhg rwo mile.
Angie Mcrrurio, Bark row: Maria Trujillo, Amy Moore, Teresa Cooper, Vickie Sheldon,
Becky Potts, Cathy Martines, Theresa Frierson, Diane johnson.
124 Track Club
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in planning the next project for the
Lee Quotsltuyva and Tami Manuel
laugh at a jolre while discussing ideas in
a meeting of Indian Club.
Crystal Barehand finds out how
much Indian Fry Bread she should
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Darrel Pattcta Anton Baptism Steve Patten Mrs Thornhill Leland T. Quotsltuyva, Raymond Pechul, Dale Cody.
he Indian club was a unique club
whose members toolc a true pride
in their heritage. Their pride was the rea-
son for this club. One of this club's projects
was raising money for scholarships which
were given to four members of the club, to
help them go to Washington D.C. with the
Close Up program. One of their fun-
draisers was selling Indian Fry bread.
Another project of the club was having
an exchange program with students from
The officers of the club were President
Tami Manuel, Vice President Lee Quots-
kuyva, TreasurerfSecretary Crystal Bare-
hand, and Historian Anna Quotskuyva.
Indian Club 125
ne of the most active clubs on
campus was Click Club. As the
new photography teacher and Click Club
advisor, Mrs. Jeanne Zimmerman worlced
with these talented students on many fund
raisers and other activities, including a flow-
er sale, taking pictures at the Christmas
Dance, and for the school play You Can?
Take it With You,
Photography is an expensive hobby
which takes a lot of patience and time, but
these students seemed to love it!
Front Row: Nlary Cosgrove. Brute
lhgginson, .Advisor Jeanne Zimmer-
nt.mg Bath Row: Ent Green, Mike
-Innes, Steve Shtutrin, Grant Boland.
Even though these Clnk Club
memlwrs love taking pntnres, they also
low- posing for them tool
Beth Zygner and janrt Adatns sell
l,ut llemls tot ustomers lfrn Green and
Front Row: Crystal Cirah.mt, Tonya
llart, lint Green, Dee Dec Wfolff,
Cindy Misner, Beth Zygner, Jeanne
Znnlnfrlnattg Nlnltllr Row' lVl.1ry C05-
grove, Philip Roy,J.1n.tGowin, Barber.:
Abele, Carmen Lee, Steve Sheann,
Grant Bolandg Bark Row: Michael
james, Betsy Anderson. Mike Rosati.
126 Click Club
Front Row: Kim Mattingly, Milt: Boland, Shane Figgins,
Ritchie Meseroil, Shelly Wipf, Middle Row: Brian Frost, Carol
Zack, Laura Prechrel, Chris Amhri, Bert Lamson, Back Row:
Cindy Williams, Sheryl Smith, Toni Lower, Mary Cosgrove,
Michelle Fleming, Cindy Priester, advisor Susan Dawson.
xtra! Extra! This year's newspaper
came from a very involved staff.
The first order of business was to improve
on last year's paper. They changed the lay-
out, nameplate, and the Christmas insert
was printed in green ink. They also change
positions at semester in order to let the staff
have a chance at other sections.
Outside of class they tried to develop
new techniques to improve the newspaper
by attending a workshop at A.S.U. and
Publications Workshop over the summer.
Reporter, Michelle Fleming, was
caught trying to sneak a bite of her
Editors Kim Mattingly and Mar-
sha Leonard are busily working on
their feature page.
Chris Ambri, reporter, anxiously
types up his story so it will lx ready for
Front Row: Mike Boland, Carol
Zaclr, Kim Mattinglyg Middle Row:
Laura Prechtel, Marsha Leonard, Ma-
ria Wellsg Baclr Row: Cindy Williams,
Bert Lamson, Sheryl Smith, Ritchie
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I0,I 1,125 Spanish Club I0,II,l2Q Frisbee Team
Casey Adams - j.V. C.Country :og Var.
C.Country II,I2Q Var. Track 11,1zg Spanish
Val Addington - Dance Club 10.
David Aglio - j.V. Football xo, Jr. Football
ll, Var. Football IZQ Homeroom Rep. Il,I2.
Michael Allen - Var. Wrestling 12.
Edwin Alvarado -- j.V. Football xog jr. Foot-
ball IIQ Var. Football 12, Var. Baseball 12.5 Slci
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Alvis, Mixchzll Anderson. I-Ynn
Amaya, Javier Andric, Milivojc
Amsrurz, Roland Aram. R0bCl'!0
Anderson, Elizabeth Afbl-lflllC. Donald
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Atwell, Shannon Baller, Norman
Bagby, Clin! Baldwin, Amanda
Balmer, Gary Ball, Jorgena
Balmer, Karen Balrhrop, Garidcz
il Mitchell Alvis - j.V. Football 105 j.V. Wres-
M tling 115 Var. Wrestling 125 Var. Track 125 Ski
1 Club 12.
l Javier Amaya - lVI.E.C.H.A. 10,1 1,125 Var.
A I SOCCCI' I2.
Roland Amstutz - Spanish Club 12.
Betsy Anderson - Ski Club 11,125 Dance
Club 11,125 Key Club 125 Homeroom Rep. 11.
' Lynn Anderson - Toro Band 12, Yearbook
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Eugene Bankson - j.V. Football 105 j.V
Baseball 105 Jr. Football 115 Var. Baseball 11,125
Var. Football 12.
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Jay Barr - F.F.A. 10,1 IQ Var. Soccer 125 Var.
Chuck Bassett - 'l.V. Soccer 105 Homeroom
Rep. lO,l2Q Student Body Officer 1 IQ Key Club
11,125 Mayors Youth Comm. 125 Ski Club IZ,
Var. Soccer 11,12.
Jennifer Bates - Encore Strings 1 I,I2Q Sym.
Orc. IO,IX,I2Q Ski Club lo.
0 Traci Beert - N.H.S. 10,1 1,125 Dance Club
105 Los Palomitos 105 Premiere 115 Chorale 12.
Bassett, Charles R. Been, Traci
Bassett, Charles W, Behrens, Karla
Bassler, Grant Bell, Michael
Bates, jennifer Bell, Steve
Gina Barker - Los Palomiros 105 Los Can-
Bcnlca, Tamara Bxrlrcs, Mary
Bcnnnl, Anne Bxllcr, Scot
Bentley, Elizabcrlx Brlodeau, Laurxe
Bcrrlxold, Kimberly Bxshcp, Todd
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Brandon, G1 Gi
Tamara Benka - Homeroom Rep. 105
j.V. Badminton 11,125 French Club 11, V.
Pres. 125 A.F.S. 12.
Lisa Bentley -- Dance Club 11,125 Ski
Club 10,1 1,125 Homeroom Rep. 105 Premiere
115 Encore X25 Chorale 12.
Kim Berthold - Sym. Orc. 10,1 1512: En-
core Strings I0,IIQ French Club 12.
Mary Bickes -- C.O.E. 12.
Laurie Bilodeau - Toro Band 11,12
Lisa Black - Band 10512.
Terry Blaker - j.V. Football 105 j.V.
Baseball 105 Var. Baseball 11512.
Mark Bliss - 1.V. Track 10,1 IQ Var. Track
Bill Bloomer - j.V. Football 105 -lr. Foot-
ball II, Var. Football I2Q Ski Club 10,1 1,12.
Scott Bosley - J.V, Football 105 Var.
Rae Jean Bradshaw - Toro Band
IO,II,I25 Orc. II,l2.
Sheryl Brady - IV. Softball 105 Var.
Softball 115 l.V. Basketball 105 Var. Basket-
ball 11,125 Var. C.C0untry 12.
Mark Brandner - Ski Club IZ.
Gigi Brandon - Track IO,I IQ A.F.S. 125
Track Club 12.
Karla Broughton - Var. Softball
10,1 1,125 Basketball 105 l.V. Volleyball
Kim Brown - Toro Band 10,11,125 Orc.
105115125 Smph. Band IO,lI,l2
Bobbi Bruce - N.H.S. IO,Il,l2Q Var.
Softball 105115125 Var. Tennis 10,11,12.
Michelle Bruce -- Pom IZQ Choir IO,I IQ
K.A.T.S. Club 125 Hassyampa IZQ B.S, Club
125 French Club 12.
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Bryan, Katherine i Burger. Sllbffy
Bryson, Michael Bllfli, Nllllifl
Buckland, Daniel BUTT, KYlC
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Campbell, Jerry Cassavaugh, Kevin Challis, Tracy
Carey, Erin Castillo, Rose Charette, Tina
Cariveau, William Caron, Kenneth Charlson, Mark
Casnrr, Penny Cavolaski, Shelley Chase, Rhonda
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Kathy Bryan - Yearbook 11, Layout Editor
IZQ Los Palomitos 105 Los Contantes 1o.
Michael Bryson - 1.V. Band X0,IlQ Var.
Band 11,125 Var. Cheer 12.
Jenny Buckley - Los Palomitos 105 Priemere
Sherry Burger - Track Il,X2Q M.E.C.H.A.
Michele Buse -French Club 1 IQ Dance Club
IIQ Var. Football Manager 1I,l2.
Dahra Butler - Chorus IO,I IQ Pep Club 12.
Michelle Call - Orchestra I0,I I,I2Q Encore
11,125 N.H.S. I0,lI,I2Q Key Club 115 Dance
Club 125 German Club 125 Hassyampa Club 12.
Cindy Campbell - Var. Gymnastics lI,l2Q
Key Club 125 Ski Club 12.
Erin Carey - Yearbook 12.
Penny Casner - Los Palomiros IOQ Dance
Club IOQ Premiere 115 Chorale I2.
Kevin Cassavaugh - Swimming IOL Toro
Rosa Castillo - D.E.C.A. II,l2Q D.E. 12.
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Comparin, jeffrey Cooper, Laura
Comstock, Shelly Corbett, Larry
Conklin, Carlcnc Cosgrove, Mary
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Allison Clark - N.H.S. I0,lI,I2Q Chorus
10,1 1,125 Key Club IZQ B.S. Club 125 l-lasiampa
125 Student Body Secretary 12.
Dean Clouse - j.V. Football 103 Var. Foot-
, ball 11,125 j.V. Wrestling 105 j.V. Track IOQ
Var. Track 1l,I2Q Ski Club 12.
Barbara Cloyd - Matmaid Capt. IOQ Pep
Club IOQ l-l.E.R.O. 12.
Tom Cole - j.V. Band 10,115 Newspaper 1 IQ
J.V. Football Mgr. 10,1 1.
Theresa Contreras -'j.V. Band IOQ Youth
Arc IOQ C.O.E. 12.
Mary Cosgrove - C.Country 10,1 IQ Track
IOQI.V. Basketball 115 Key Club 1 1,125 Ski Club
II,I2Q Newspaper 12.
Virginia Cota - M.E.C.H.A. 11,125
Eric Creel - Var. Wrestling 1o,11,12.
Pete Crimmins - Homeroom Rep. 115 Var.
Football 11,125 Ski Club lI,l2.
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Crouch, Lisa Curd, Peggie Davis, Ken! Degracie, Daniel
Crow, Deborah Currie, Susan Davison, Debra Dejno, Nlarlr
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Debbie Crompton - D.E.C.A. 11,12.
Susan Currie - j.V. Band IOQ Archery 11,125
Pep Club 12.
Joseph Dani -- Toro Band I0,lI,IZQ Sym.
Orc. I0,II,I2Q Toro Jazz IO,Il,I2.
Steven Dawson - F.F.A. IOQ l-l.E.R.O. 12.
Brenda DePriest - Los Maripos ICQ Los
Felicia Deschner - Var. Gymnastics 10,1 IQ
French Club IIQ D.E.C.A. 12.
Kelly Dickenson - Yearbook 1 1, Senior Edi-
tor IZQ Slci Club II,I2Q Key Club IZQ B.S. Club
125 D.E.C.A. 11.
Allison Dillon - Model United Nations 11.
Tracie Dobbins - Dance Club II,I2Q French
Club 11,i2g A.F.S. Club 11,12.
' ' Penny Dodge - Orc. IO,lI,I2Q Encore
Strings 11,12g German Club lI,I2Q A.F.S. IZQ
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john Doyle - D.E.C.A. II,I2.
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Elkins, jessica Enos, Marla
Elmer, Robert Ergenbrighz, Rebecca
Elslxrry, Mirchell Erickson, John
Renee Fisher, Parrick
Benny Fleming, Michelle
lVl1fhael Flinn, Sharon
Patrick Founram, Nathaniel
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Manin Egan -- Drama Club 11, Var. Track
IO,Il,I2Q Var. C.Country 12.
Mitch Elsberry - Basketball Il,X2.
Marla Enos - Indian Club lI,l2Q C.O.E. 12.
Becki Ergenbright - Dance Club II,l2.
Beverly Evans - Spanish Club IOQ D.E.C.A.
IIQ Golf 11.
Kevin Evans - N.H.S. 11,12
Lisa Ewald - C.O.E. 12.
Renee Finney - j.V. Band 1 ig Toro Band 12.
Michelle Fleming - Key Club ll,I2, Ski
Club II,I2Q Newspaper I2Q I.V. Baskcrball Il,
Var. Basketball 12,
Sharon Flinn - N.H,S. 10,1 l,I2Q V. Pres. IZQ
Toro Band 10,1 I,I2Q jazz Band lI,I2Q French
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Franklin, Larry Frias, Gregory
Franzmeier, Stacy Friharr, Tammy
Frazier, Kevin From, Valerie
Frias, Gonzalo Fruehling, Marina
Galileo, Wendy Gatrel, Christopher
Gammons, Ernest Gay, Cheryl
Garn, Dana Gee, Penny
Garner, Melody German, Jimmy
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Stacy Franzmeier - Dance Club II,I2.
Gonzalo Frias - j.V. Football ro, Var. Foot-
ball II,l2Q Var. Wrestling 113 D.E.C.A. 12.
Gregory Frias - j.V. Football iog Var. Foot-
ball IIQ Wrestling IZQ D.E.C.A. IZQ Homeroom
Tammy Frihart - Diving IO,XIQ Orc.
IO,II,I2Q Encore Strings 11,12.
Marina Fruehling - C.O.E. 12.
Lora Gacldie - Homeroom Rep. IO,IIQ Los
Cantantas 123 Los Cantianitas 11.B
Ernie Gammons - F.F.A. 12.
Dana Garn - Dance Club 10,1 l,l2Q Spanish
Club lI,I2Q Ski Club IZQ Pom 12, Hassayampa
Danette Gates - M.E.C.H.A. 12.
Todd Gatrel - Var. Track IO,II,I2Q Var.
C.Country 1o,11 12.
Cheryl Gay - H.E.R.O. 12.
Penny Gee - Var. Football Mgr. II I2
F.F.A. I0,IIQ Girls Basketball Mgr. II,I2.
Colin Gibb - Var. Soccer I0,l 1g1.V. Band 1o.
Robyn Gililland - Ski Club lI,I2Q Home-
room Rep. II,12.
Gloria Gonzalez - A.F.S. 11,123 Matador
Band Il, B.S. Club 129 French Club II,I2Q Ger-
man Club I2Q H.E.R.O. IZQ Key Club I2Q Pep
Club IOQ Spanish Club IIQ M.E.C.H.A. 10,1 1.
Regina Goodolf - Homeroom Rep. II,I2
Key Club l2Q Ski Club Il,l2.
Crystal Grahm - Youth Arc IOQ Pep Club
II,I2Q French Clufll IIQ A.F.S. l2Q Click Club
IZQ Anytown IIQ Bike Club IZQ Homeroom Rep.
Barb Graves - j.V. Volleyball IOQ j.V. Soft-
ball IO,I IQ J.V. Basketball IOQ Ski Club IZQ Dra-
ma Club I2.
Greaves' Dmise Greene, Jeffrey Griffin, Catherine
Green' Com-y Greenholrz, Dawn Griggeory, Franklin Wayne
Gran, E,-if Gregg, Dean Gulclen, Sharon
Green, Paul Gregory, Scot! Gunnell, Robert
Lisa Gray - Track 10,115 C.C0untry 103
Dean Gregg - Model U.N. 11,125 Spanish
Club IIQ Key Club 1 1,125 N.H.S. 12, C.Country
Eric Green - German Club 12, Photo Club
125 Toro Band 10,115 N.H.S. II, Key Club l2Q
Homeroom Rep. 12, Ski Club 1o,11,1z.
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Homeroom Rep. 11.
5 , Wayne Griggeory - Ir. Football IOQ Var.
5 - Football 11,125 J.V. Baseball IO, Var. Baseball
au' Sharon Gulden - Foreign Language Club
ICQ B.S. Club IZ, Key Club 123 Los Palomitos 105
Los Cantantes 11,125 Orc. 1o,11,12.
Kim Hale - j.V. Football IOQ j.V. Wrestlig
105 Jr. Football 1 IQ Spanish Club 12, Sr. Class V.
Melanie Hane - F.B.L.A. 1 IQ Swimming Il,
Shelley Hantley - Chorus IO, Orc. 10,115
Marching Band I0,II,I2.
Kelley Harmon - Ski Club 10,1 1,125 Dance
Club 105 A.F.S. 10,115 Badminton 1C,1 IQ Arch-
ery 10,115 H.E.R.O. 12, Key Club 125 B.S. Club
At the age of nine, Robert Parker
Kaylene Hartzler - j.V. Volleyball 105 Ski
Club 1 1,125 Var. Volleyball 115 Var. Softball IOQ
Key Club 125 B.S. Club 12.
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in from of his awards.
Todd Hassell - J.V. Football 105 jr. Football
115xJ.V. Wrestling 10.
Annalisa Haynie - E1-1corefStrings 125 Has-
sayampa Club 12.
Mark Hallett - I.V. Track IO, Var. Track
XI,I2Q D.E.C.A. 12.
Harmon, Kelley Hassell, Todd Haynie, Annalisa
Harris, Camille Hatfield, David Hallett, Mark
Hartley, Shelley Heath, Dennis
Hartzler, Kaylene Hecht, Gary
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Herron, Calvin Higgins, Lisa
Higginson, Brian Hodges, Robyn Hopkins, Srcphen
Higginson, Bruce Hoguc, Lisa Horky, john
Hill, Cristina Holman, Gregory Horron, Michelle
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Gary Hicok - j.V. Football, Var. Football
II,I2Q J.V. Wrestling IO, Var. Wrestling Il,l2Q
N.H.S. Il,I2Q German Club II,I2.
Lisa Higgins - Los Palomitos iog Los Can-
tantes IIQ Chorale 12.
Brian Higginson - J.V. Football IOQ j.V.
Wrwthng IOQ Var. Football II,l2Q Var. Track
II,I2Q Ski Club 1o,11,12.
Bruce Higginson - Ski Club 1o,11,12g
Homeroom Rep. IOQ jr. Football IIQ Track IZQ
Clic Club IZQ Student Body Ath. Comm. II,
Student Body Pres. 125 Key Club 11,12.
Cristina Hill - Youth Arc IOQ Track 11,12
Paula Hines - j.V. Volleyball 10,115 Key
Lisa Hogue - Los Cantantes IIQ Los Palomi-
tos IO, Premiere ug Encore IZ, Chorale IZ,
Dance Club 10,1 1.
Greg Holman - Clic Club II, Yearbook
Gene Holsinger - J,V. Football io, j.V.
Track IO, Ir. Football IIQ Var. Track lI,I2.
John Horky - 1.V. Basketball iog D.E.C.A.
II, Var. Basketball 113 B.S. Club 12.
Michael Hoyt - Var. Soccer I0,II,I2Q Ski
Club lI,I2Q Spanish Club 12.
Marc Hudson - Toro Band 10,1 I,I2Q Sym.
Deanna Hughlett - Los Palomitos ICQ
Dance Theatre Il,l2Q Premiere II, N.H.S.
Il,I2Q C.O.E. 12.
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Hyslope, janell johnson, Andrew
janisch, Nancy johnson, Annmarie
jaquerre, james johnson, Darin
jenkins, Mark johnson, Rodney
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johnson, Susan jones, Charles jones, john
johnson, Theresa jones, Cheryl jones, Suzerre
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ll,l2j D.E. 12.
Andrew Johnson - j.V. C.Country 105 Var.
C.C0untry ll,l2Q Var. Traclr 11,125 Bilce Club
I0,Il,I2Q F.F.A. 10.
Annmarie Johnson - D.E. IZQ D.E.C.A. 12.
Kenneth Johnson - j.V. Football 105 Var.
Track IO,II,l2Q Ir. Football 11.
Susan Johnson - j.V. Cheer 105 Toro Band
11,125 Dance Club 125 Slci Club IIQ Spanish
Club 125 Pom IIQ Hassayampa Club 12.
Charles Jones - D.E.C.A. IIQ H.E.R.O. 12.
Cheryl Jones - V.I.C.A. 12.
Suzette Jones - Los Palomitos ICQ Premiere
115 Los Cantantes 125 Key Club 125 Homeroom
Rep. 10,1 1.
Scott Kaiser - j.V. Tennis 10,11
Lori Karzen - Homeroom Rep. IO,Il,I2Q
German Club 125 Gymnastics 11,125 Key Club
125 Slci Club 12.
Sylvia Kasprzyk - Swimming 105 Home-
room Rep. 10,1 1,125 Slri Club 11,125 Girls' State
115 Yearbook 11, Editor 12.
Holly Keehr - German Club 105 Dance Club
11,125 Homeroom Rep. 11.
Jody Kelly - Newspaper 10,1 I,I2Q Slci Club
105 C.O.E. 12.
Kip Kempton - j.V. Footballg j.V. Wrestling
105 Jr. Football XIQ Jr. Class Treasurer II, Var.
Wrestling 125 German Club IZQ Senior Class
4 A. .11
Kinnaman, Elizabeth Kirsch, Laurinda
Kinnear, Kathleen Knudsen, Rhonda
Kinney, Kim Kobie, Meredith
Kinserh, Brenda Koehler, joseph
Q, Marla Larson. Julie Lebaron, Elise
e, Simon Lawson, Candace Ledingham, Mark
ham, Barbara Layton, Lisa Lee, Carmen
rz, Chip Layton, Michael Lee, Daniel
Kathy Kinnear - German Club 115 N.H.S.
II,I2Q Homeroom Rep. ll, Band 1o,11.
Brenda Kinseth - Var. Volleyball Il,l2.
Laurinda Kirsch - J.V. Volleyball 105 j.V.
Softball 105 Yearbook 11.
Jim Kolhepp - jr. Football 105 j.V. Wrestling
IO, Var. Wrestling 11,125 K.A.T.S. 12.
Stuart Koncar - j.V. Football 105 jr. Football
Barb Kramer - Track 12.
Karrin Kunasek - jr. Class Pres. II, Girls'
State 115 Mayors Youth 11,125 Homeroom Rep.
10,125 Ski Club 11,125 Model U.N. 115 Foreign
Language Club 105 Key Club 11,125 Yearbook
Stacy LaM0ne - Key Club 115 French Club
125 Ski Club lI,I2.
Chip Lantz - j.V. Football iog jr. Football 115
Var. Football 12, J.V. Baseball 10,1 15 Var. Wres-
Julie Larson - Chorus I0 11,125 Dance Club
IOQ N.H.S. 1o,11,12.
Candy Lawson - Orc. l0,l 1,125 French Club
Pres. 11,125 A.F.S. 115 Chorus IO 1 1,125 Home-
room Rep. 11.
Michelle Layton - Dance Club 1o5 Encore
Strings 11,125 Marching Band 11,125 H.E.R.O.
Elise LeBaron - Homeroom Rep. IO,IIQ
Spanish Club 11,125 Dance Club 11,125 Has-
sayampa Club IZQ Ski Club 11,125 Key Club
11,125 B.S. Club IZQ Mayors Youth Comm. 12.
Carmen Lee - Pep Club 11,125 French Club
115 A.F.S. 125 Drama Club IZQ Click Club I2Q
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Lovins, Scott Maffucci, Jill
Lower, Toni Maine, Trina
Lozano, Tomas Mancini, Michael
Lundquesr, Kurt Mann, Carrie
Lorna Legrady - Orc. 10,1 l,I2
Allison Leszczynski - D.E.C.A. 11,12
Mary Lewiclci - French Club II,l2Q Foreign
Language Club 10.
jay Lewis - j.V. Basketball io, D.E.C.A. 12.
Diana Lizdas - Orc. 10,11 12.
Toni Lower - Viewpoint lI,I2.
Scott Lovins - Soccer 12, Ski Club 12.
Tom Lozano - Ski Club 10,1 l,l2Q Key Club
11, 129 Spanish Club l0,lI,l2.
Kurt Lundquest - jr. Football 11.
Mike Mancini - j.V. Football IO, j.V. Base-
ball rog Var. Football lI,l2Q Var. Baseball lI,I2'
Ski Club 12.
Manga' Ralph Markham, Bruce
Manuel, Tami Markham, Darwin
Mara, Sccrr M2fSl1. ,l0hf1
Marion, Koren Marshall, Dawn
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IZQ Ski Club 125 German Club 125 French Club
Tami Manuel - Indian Club 10,11 I2
Koren Marion - Drama Club lO,I 1,125 Pep
Club 125 Homeroom Rep. 1 1,125 Los Cantantes
I2Q Stage Crew 11,125 BS. Club 12.
John Marsh - J.V. Track l0,I IQ French Club
Stephanie Martin - j.V. Basketball l0,Il
Var. Basketball 125 Homeroom Rep. 10,11
A.F.S. IZQ Key Club 125 Ski Club 12.
Larry Martinek - jr. Football IIQ V.I.C.A.
Jim Martinez - j.V. Football 1o5 jr. Football
IIQ Var. Football 12.
Mike Martinez - j.V. Football IOQ jr. Foot-
ball IIQ Var. Football I2.
Max Matteson - j.V. Football IOQ Ski Club
Darren Mauldin - J.V. Wrestling IOQ Toro
Band IOQ .l.V. Wrestling llg Var. Wrestling 125
Bike Club 12.
Rosemary McGee - Matador Band ICQ
Toro Bancl 11512,
Leanne McKenna - C.O.E. 12.
Susan McKernan - Foreign Language Club
IOQ jr. Class Sec. IIQ Ski Club 125 B.S. Club 12.
jim McNulty - jr. Football IOQ Homeroom
Rep. 115 D.E.C.A. 12.
Cindy Messmer - Pep Club 11,125 Click
Sherri Meyer - Diving IOQ Homeroom Rep.
IIQ French Club Il Tennis l2.
Mills, Richard Momijo, Melissa
Milsrone, Srephame Moody, Keirh
Mills, Ronda Moore, Steven
Monricrth, Lori Morales, Cynthia
Scott Mockford - French Club IZQ Ski Club
Cindy Morales - N.H.S. IIQ D.E.C.A.
Il,l2Q DE. 125 Dance Club II.
Pat Morales - j.V. Cheer IOQ C.O.E. IZQ
Homeroom Rep. 125 Key Club 125 Slci Club 12.
Steve Moore - Var. Band I0,II.
Andrea Mortensen - Dance Club 10,1 1,12.
Mike Mumford - Var. Band 1o,11,12.
Kathleen Murphy -- A.F.S. 105 French Club
IXQ Newspaper IIQ Stage Crew 125 Drama Club
Pat Murphy - Newspaper IIQ V.I.C.A. 12.
Glen Nelson - j.V. Basketball 105 Los Trova-
dos 105 l-Iomeroom Rep. I0,Il,l2Q j.V. Wres-
tling 1 IQ Slri Club 125 Key Club 125 Var. Tennis
Julie Nickell - Ski Club 105 Drama Club
11,125 Badminton 11,125 Gymnastics 115 Year-
Shelly Nicks -- J.V. Cheer IOQ Var. Cheer
11,125 Key Club 11,125 Ski Club lI,I2Q Home-
room Rep. IIQ Anytown 12.
Greg Nicoll - j.V. Football 105 Soccer IX
French Club 12.
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Pariza, Diane Patrick Michelle Pr-wry, lam
Parker, Monica Pattea, Steven Perkins, Ronald
Parker, Robert Paxton, Bryan Perlman, Brenda
Parry, Troy Payne, Lisa Perri, Lisa
Laurie Noe - Orc. lO,l 1,125 Encore 12, Flag
Diane Norton - Toro Band 10,1 1,125 May-
ors Youth Comm. 125 French Club 12, Ski Club
IZ, N.H.S. 11,125 Homeroom Rep. 11.
Kim O'Connor - Ski Club Il,l2Q Key Club
ll,I2Q lVlayor's Youth Comm. IZ, Student
Council Sec. IZQ Yearbook l2.
Vicki O'Dell - Los Mariposes 105 Los Con-
sienies IIQ Los Contantes 12.
Steve Olson - J.V. Tennis IO, Var. Tennis
11,125 French Club ll,l2Q Model U.N. 11,12.
Mike Orcutt - Ski Club I0,I 1,125 Bike Club
1o5 Var. Swimming 115 B.S. Club 12.
Stephanie Osborn - Var. Swimming IOQ
Spanish Club 125 Ski Club 12.
Fritz Osorio - N.H.S. lI,l2Q Science Club
Leisa Ouisley - Foreign Language Club IO,
Jill Oxburrow - Chorus 105 Dance Theatre
I0,lI,l2Q Key Club ll,l2Q Homeroom Rep. IZ,
B.S. Club X25 Hasayampa 12.
Robin Palmer - -l.V. Tennis 10,1 IQ J.V. Div-
ing l0,I IQ A.F.S. 12, Ski Club ll, Key Club IZ,
Spanish Club Treas. 11.
Monica Parker - Track 12.
Robert Parker - J.V. Football 105 jr. Football
Il, Homeroom Rep. l0,ll,l2Q Ski Club 115
Newspaper IIQ Var. Football 12.
Troy Parry - Toro Band lO,I2Q Orc.
Michelle Patrick - -l.V. Cheer IO, j.V. Soft-
ball II, Ski Club ll,l2, Key Club IZ, Home-
room Rep. IZ, Var. Cheer 12.
Bryan Paxtgn - Var. Football l2, Var. Base-
ball l2Q Yearbook 12. '
Keith Perkins - Var. Swimming 11,125
French Club 12.
Peters, Stephanie Poreo, Maryjane
Peterson, Melanie Porhier, Robert
Pinlxerron, Bonnie Porter, Evelyn
Plolzlce, james Powell, Wendy
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Rhein, Tina Richardson, Karen
Richardson, jennifer Richardson, Tammy
Stefanie Peters - Var. Tennis I0,l l,I2Q Var.
Badminton IOQ French Club 10,1 IQ N.l-l.S.
Melanie Peterson - Ski Club 12.
Bonnie Pinkerton - Toro Band 10,11 I2
Sym. Orc. 11,125 jazz Ensemble IX,I2.
James Plotzke - Var. Cheer I2
Mary jane Porco - D.E.C.A. 12.
Bob Pothier - Soph. Pres. IO, J.V. Basketball
10, -l.V. Track 10, Var. Basketball IIQ Var.
Track 1 1,125 Key Club Il, Ski Club IIQ Student
Body V. Pres. 12.
Laura Prechtel - Var. Band 10, Bike Club
IOQ Key Club 125 Viewpoint Editor II,I2.
Robert Prince - Golf Team 12.
Adam Psenski - Ski Club 11,125 Spanish
John Pulzato - j.V. Baseball 10,115 Var.
Michele Quindry - D.E.C.A. 12.
Lisa Quirlc - H.E.R.O. 12.
Kelly Rahn - C.O.E. 12.
Charlene Rangel - j.V. Cheer IO, Pom 125
Key Club 125 B.S. Club 12.
Donna Rapier - Los Maripoas 1o5 Encore
II, Dance Club 10,115 D.E.C.A. 125 N.H,S.
Jeff Regester - Var. Swimming II,l2
Tina Rhein - Dance Club 10,1 IQ N.H.S. 1o,
V. Pres. 115 Chorus I0,1I.
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Rodriguez, Wilma Rost, john Sabin, Andrew Sanrhez, Patricia
Rogers, Jeffrey Runzo, Scott Salcmar, julian Sanderson, Tim
Rosati, Michael Rusk, Paula Salas, David Sandhurst, Charles
Ross, Andrew Russell, Robert Sanchez, Maria Sands, Robin
Kathy Roberts - H.E.R.O. 12.
Janine Robinson - Ski Club IO,I I,I2Q Gym-
Michael Rosati - Var. Soccer IZ, Key Club
12, Ski Club IO,II,l2Q Homeroom Rep. 12.
John Rost - Toro Band I0,I I,I2Q Sym. Orc.
I0,II,I2Q jazz Ensemble IO,lI,l2.
Scott Runzo - J.V. Football io, jr. Football
IIQ Key Club XI,X2Q Ski Club II,l2Q Homeroom
Paula Rusk - Orc. 1o,11,12, French Club
Robert Russell - Var. Soccer 10,1 I,l2Q Toro
Band IO,Il,I2, N.l-l.S. I0,Il,l2Q French Club
10,1 I,I2Q Homeroom Rep. IO,I I,I2, Boys' State
11, Key Club ll, Anyrown 11.
Julian Salcmar - .I.V. C.Country IO,I IQ 1.V.
Track l0,lIQ D.E.C.A. l2, Bike Club io.
Maria Sanchez - Archery io, D.E.C.A.
IO,l2Q DE. IZ, lVl.E.C.H.A. 11.
Robin Sands - Track 10,1 IQ Drama 1o,1 1.
Pauline Sanofsky - j.V. Archery 1o,1 1, Var.
Badminton Il, Var. Archery 12, D.E.C.A. 12.
Lanae Saunders - Key Club 12, Var. Band
11, Softball l0,II,I2Q j.V. Basketball 1o.
Carrie Schuh -- Dance Club l0,I 1.
Linda Schuster - j.V. Softball io, j.V. Vol-
leyball io, Var. Softball Il,l2Q Var Volleyball
Il,l2Q Ski Club 12, Homeroom Rep. 12.
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Shill, Lori Sickmiller, Kim Sims, Douglas
Shinn, Diane Sicgumfeldl, Helen Slrousen, Shawna
Shreve, Kenny Silcora, Heidi Slade, Darwin
Shreeve, Mirchell Simms, Barbara Slim, Laverda
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Cheryl Schwanbeck - I-lomeroom Rep. IOQ
Dance Club IOQ j.V. Basketball 105 Var. Basket-
ball Il,I2Q Badminton 115 N.H.S. IZQ Ski Club
125 Key Club 12.
James Seiferth - Toro Band 11,125 Orc.
11,125 Var. Soccer 1o,11,125 Swimming 10,11-
Bobbi Self -- Chorus 1o,1 1,125 Ski Club
I0,lI,I2g Key Club 12.
Tom Sharpy - j.V. Football 1o5 j.V. Wres-
tling ICQ Spanish Club 1o5 Var. Football 11,125
Var. Baseball'x1,125 N.H.S. 11,125 Var. Wres
tling lI,I2Q Ski Club 11,125 Mayor's Youth
Steve Shearin - Var. Swimming I0,II,l2Q
J.V. Vlrestling 1o5 Var. Vilrestling 11,125 Ger-
man Club I0,I2Q French Club l2Q N.H.S. X25 Ski
Club 1o,11,125 Homeroom Rep. 115 Key Club
Nathan Sheets - Toro Band I0,I IQ Debate
11,125 Boys' State 1 IQ Drama Club 125 Accent on
Academics 1 1.
Lori Shill - N.H.S. 10,1 1,125 Pep Club 115 Sr.
Class Sec. X25 Key Club IZQ Chorus I0,Il,I2.
Diane Shinn -- Archery IOQ Youth Arc IOQ
Kim Siclcrniller -j.V. Football IOQ Var. Foot-
ball 1 I,I2.
Barb Simms - J.V Softball xo.
Shawna Skousen - Pom 11,125 Ski Club
Dawn Smith - Dance Club I0,I IQ Key Club
122 V.I.C.A. 12.
Greg Smith - j.V. Band 1o5 Var. Band 1 1,12.
Sheryl Smith - Toro Band 103 Dance Club
10,113 Viewpoint 10,1 1,125 V.I.C.A. 12.
Tim Smith - Toro Band 1o5 J.V. Track 10,1 IQ
Var. Track5 Los Cantantes 11.
Snowden, Shaun Somocly, Deborah Springer, Michael Stauss, Robert
Synder, Angela Soohoo, Garran Sprouse, Carol Sreffen, jackie
Sobal, Melinda Sorgen, Bruce Squires, Michael Stein, Eric
Solano, Fernando Spalding, Tirh' Srapley, Randall Sreinwiacr, K
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Stewart Tracy Strader, Michael Sweador, Christina
Stirling Lor ne Streib, Laura Tanner, Kenneth
St Louis Rhonda Swaba, Maureen Tatum, Debora
Shaun Snowden - Foreign Language Club
105 Pep Club 12.
Melinda Sobal - V.I.C.A. 12.
Debbie Somody - Archery IO,I IQ H.E.R.O.
Garran Soo Hoo - Var. Soccer 105 Ski Club
IO,II,I2Q French Club l0,II,I2Q N.H.S. Il,X2.
Mike Springer - j.V. Football 105 Var. Foot-
ball II,I2Q Ski Club 11,125 Track 12.
Mike Squires - j.V. Basketball 105 Var. Bas-
ketball 1l,l2Q N.H.S. 11,12.
Todd Stevens - j.V. Basketball IO, Var. Bas-
Christine Stewart - Chorus lO,I 1,125 Dance
Club 105 J.V. Badminton IIQ Var. Badminton
125 Drama Club 125 Gymnastics 11.
Tracy Stewart - Homeroom Rep. 10,1 1,125
Dance Club 10,1 IQ Chorus 10,1 1,125 C.Country
Lorrie Stirling - C.O.E. 12.
Rhonda St. Louis - A.F.S. 10,1 1,125 Tennis
I0,lI,I2Q Key Club Il,I2.
Laura Strieb - D.E.C.A. 12.
Trevor Swanson - Chess Club 115 German
Chris Sweador - Chorus 10,1 I,I2Q Operetta
Sylvia Kasprlyk, jenny Zollingcr, Lori Welch, and Paula Hines show their
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Tawzcr, Maria Thomas, Craig Thompson, Thcresa Thrope, Brady Tobin, Timothy
Taylor, Craig Thomas, Gregory Thorngrcn, Karl Thucncn, Thomas Travers, William
Taylor, Jodi Thomas, Robin Thorton, Michelle Tilton, Kristi Tribby, Rochel:
Tcbrich, Tricia Tippcrs, Shawn Tropic, Patrick
Tucker, Stephen Vallelunga, Reginald
Turley, jocllen Vance, Christine
Turley, Kelly Van Parys, Jacqueline
Valdez, Anna Van Parys, James
Tricia Tebrich -j.V. Band 10, H.E.R.O. I2.
Craig Thomas - D.E.C.A. 12.
Greg Thomas - Stage Crew 10,1 1,125 Drama
Robin Themes - K.A.T.S. Club 12.
Terri Thompson - Homeroom Rep. 105
Dance Club 10,115 Pep Club 10.
Karl Thorngren - Swimming 125 Foreign
William Travers - j.V. Basketball 105
Homeroom Rep. 105 Var. Basketball 11,125
N.H.S. 11,125 Ski Club 12.
Rochelle Tribby - A.F.S. 12, Ski Club IZQ
Key Club I2.
Maria Trujillo - Var. Track lO,II,l2,
C.Country IO,II,I25 N.H.S. 11,125 Key Club
11,125 Ski Club 11,125 Yearbook 12, Homeroom
Rep. 115 Anytown IZ, BS. Club IZ, Spanish
Pat Tripio - Soph. V. Pres. 105 1.V. Track 105
Var. Track 11,125 Var. Orc. 10,1 1,125 Iazz Band
12, Ski Club 12, Key Club Pres. 125 Homeroom
Bob Tryon - Los Trovadores 105 Encore 1 IQ
Orc. IZ, Guitar Ensemble 12.
John Tucker - J.V. C.C0untry 1o,11.
Linda Tucker - Var. Softball 10,1 IQ Mayor's
Youth Comm. 105 Los Palomites 105 Premiere
1 IQ Encore 125 Student Body Traditions Comm.
IZ, Ski Club 11,125 Key Club 11,125 B.S. Club
IZ, Homeroom Rep. 11.
j'oEllen Turley - Toro Band 10,1 1,125 jazz
Band IO,II,I2, Chorus IO,Il,I2Q French Club
IO,II,I2Q Honor Society 11,12
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Sherri Van Wagenen - D.E.C.A. 1 IQ Span-
ish Club 12.
Aaron Vaughn - Toro Band 10,1 1,125 Jazz
Band 10,125 Spanish Club 12.
Susie Vaughan - Los Palamiras 105 Premiere
11,125 N.l-l.S. 10,1 1,12.
John Vidourek - Track II, Bike Club 11,125
Key Club 12.
Karen Voegtline - C.O.E. 12.
Sheila Voth - Toro Band 10,1 1,125 Chorus
I0,IIQ Orc. 12.
Rita Walsh - Spanish Club I0,Il,I2Q Key
Club 11,125 N.H.S. 11,125 D.E.C.A. 12.
Lynne Wagner - Gymnastics I0 II IZQ Ski
Christopher Walker - j.V. Band IO, Var.
Tennis I0,Il,I2Q Ski Club I2.
Jo-Wen Wang - Dance Club 11,125 N.H.S,
Laurie Welch - D.E. 12, D.E.C.A. 12.
Cynthia Wells -- Orc. IO,Il,I2Q Chorus IOQ
Los Cantanres II, Encore 125 Homeroom Rep.
Maria Wells - Var. Basketball 10,11 I2
D.E.C,A. 125 Newspaper 11,12.
Tracy West - French Club 11,125 A.F.S. I25
Key Club 125 B.S. Club I2.
Cindi Westberg - Spanish Club IO'
F.B.L.A. IO, C.O.E. 12.
Kim Wheeler - Los Palamitos IOQ j.V. Bad-
minton II, Los Cantantes IIQ Var. Badminton
125 Ski Club 12.
Heather White - Ski Club 105 Dance Club
IO, Toro Band 115 J.V. Badminton 125 Drama
Jared Whitlock - N.H.S. 10,11 I2
Paul Williams - N.H.S. 10,11 I2
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Chad Willis Jr. - Los Cantantes Pres. 12.
Mark Wittenburg - Frisbee Team II.
Karen Woods - Soph. Class Sec. IOQ Sym.
Orc. 10,1 I,I2Q Los Palomitos IO, Encore II,I2Q
Key Club 11,125 N.H.S. Il,l2Q Mayor's Youth
Comm. II,l2Q Hassayampa Club 12.
Kristin Howard - Wrigley - Var. Track
II,I2Q Key Club I2Q Ski Club II,I2Q B.S. Club
IZQ C.Country 12. -
Ron Wyatt - Jr. Football :og j.V. Track
10,119 Var. Track 12.
Mark Young - Var. Soccer 10,1 I,l2.
Carol Zack - I.V. Volleyball 1Cg Var. Soft-
ball l0,II,I2Q Newspaper II,l2.
Chris Zahar-is - Student Body Treas. IZQ Ski
Club 10,1 I,I2Q Var. Swimming II,I2Q Newspa-
per xog Homeroom Rep. 11.
Marti Ziebell - H.E.R.O. 125 Key Club IZQ
Ski Club 129 B.S. Club 12.
Jenny Zollinger - Ski Club I0,Il,I2Q Bad-
minton IOQ Archery 10,1 IQ Ir. Class V. Pres. 1 IQ
Key Club IZ, F.B.L.A. 12.
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Dan Wmrers and Stacy Beard find nothing better to do than "people watch," on their lunch hour.
Beers, Brent Benefield, Breena Benson, Buddy Bentley, Andrea Bethancourt. Tiffany
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Duranti, Maria Edwards, Eric Enfield, David Eulate, Joe
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jacquie Duranti and Julianne Pearce realize that again they have forgotten their homework.
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Grasso, Bob Griffin, Marlc Gutierrez, Joe Hall, Brad Halls, Berlcy Hamlow, Karen Hanna, Denise
Gravillr, Cheryl Griffiths, Randy Gutierrez, Sonja Hansen, Raimn
Greene. Liz Groschel, Lisa Guy, Andy Hgrdm' Dak-
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Hughes, Steve Hutson, Scan
Hull, Zachary James, Johanssen
Jenlrs, Kim Johnson, Dianna
Johnson, Becky Johnson, Env
Johnson, Danny Johnson, Gayle
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on senior hill and talk about their boyfriends.
Legg, Troy Lewis. Alvin
Lcmoinc, Joel Lewis, Chris
Lenlinc, Mike Lewis, Tammy
Leonard, Sara Lillard, Tom
l.eSueur, Lisa Lindsay, Robert
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Litkc, Dan Logan, Lori Lorts, Shelly Lundblom, Steve Lyon, Rirlc
Little, Rohcrt Lopez, David Loughrcy, John Lunr, Allison Lytle, Dcnicc
Llewcllyn, John Lopez, Ruth Lowson, Bonnie Lunt, Twain MarCubbin, Scott
Lochht-ad, Ed Lorig, Rick Ludington, Eddie Lynn, Lisa Madden, Shay
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Ingersoll, Jon James, Cynthia Jaramillo, Frank Jensen, Mike Jewett, Paul Johnson, Cindy Johnson, Eric Jones, Jodi
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josephson, Donna Karr, Jennifer Kellogg, George Kennedy, Darlene King, Nancy
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Kotula, Rirh Lamberr, L.-Aura Lamparella, Ray Lantz, Karmel Lay, Letha Lewis, Aurelia Lewis, Talmage Lewis, Vincenr
Koy, Eddie Lambrighr, Michele Lancuclri, Steve Larson, Kari Lazaroff, Greg
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Schmidt, Mary Scely, Kay Senescall, Tony Shidler, Brian Shoop, Laura Simonovic, Alex Slcabelund, Shan Slade, Tammy
Sfhoeller, Starry Segal, Chris Shalley, Milrc Shields, Roy Shope, Darren Singleton, Teri Slrousen, Carrie Smith, Boh
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Smith, Wayne Southern, Ken Spencer, Allen
Smycrs, David Spain, Sherri Sprouse, Mary
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Sutherland, Scott Taylor, Lisa
Sutton, Lisa Tempel, Tammy
Sveen, Dennis Tennant, Jeff
Swan, Steve Tewltshury, Bob
Sweador, Robert Thomas, Laura
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Dr. George N. Smith Dr. James Zaharis Dr, Roland Ingraham
Superintendent Deputy Superintendent Associate Superintendent
of Schools Educational Services Business Services
Bettering the Schools . .
Sylvia Kasprzylt and Martha
Acosta sit and discuss current events
with Dr. George Smith in his office.
Dr. David Lloyd
Dr. Douglas Barnard
Curriculum SL Instruction
Cara Cooper and Kathy Bryan
with the way Dave Eagle-
burger feels about Mountain View.
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Bettering the Communit
Darl Anderson Joe Porter
1981 Clerlr Member
he people of Mesa have displayed
a strong commitment to education
since the founding of the town.
One hundred years ago, in 1882, the
community built its first permanent school-
house, on the corner of Center St. and
Second Ave. As part of the U.S. Bicenten-
nial, Mesa students built a replica of the
Little Adobe Schoolhouse, located at First
and Macdonald Streets.
There are 49 schools in MPS - 32
elementaries, 8 junior highs, 4 senior high,
1 vocational technical center and 4 special
schools. Two elementary schools, now un-
der construction, should be open in the fall
of 1983. Enrollment in the zoo-square-mile
district is expected to exceed the 41,000
mark in the I982-83 school year.
Standards are high, for we are always
involved in the pursuit of excellence in edu-
cational programs, support services and
business practices. Citizens who care about
education, a top-notch staff and exceptional
students make Mesa one of the finest
school districts in the nation.
Board of Education 229
Ernie Hawkins points out his favor-
ite type of shoes and reminds Arlene
Kiverr what he wants for Christmas.
Mr. Richard Anderson tries to ex-
plain to an irate mother about the new
"What next?" asks Ernie Hawkins
as hr finishes up with another truanry
note after doing many of them,
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dents, Mr, Dale Charles "kicks back"
and takes a break.
Mr. james Curlett takes time our of
his busy schedule to listen, with intent,
ro the opinion of a student,
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his year was a very busy one for
our administration. It started off
with registration being overly crowded due
to the increase of students. The student
body increased from 2I82 to 2275 since last
year. Since there were the same amount of
administrators, they had to work doubly
hard to keep up with the increased student
Mr. Dale Charles planned, administered
and supervised all students' and teachers,
scheduling, grade reporting and data. Mr.
Ernie Hawkins supervised all the school's
athletic and intramural sports programs.
Mr. Dick Anderson administered and su-
pervised the student activities program.
Mr. James Curlett developed, coordinated
and evaluated the schools total instructional
program and interfaced between faculty,
student government and Parent Advisory
Committee. As principal, he also adminis-
tered the Board of Education policies.
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manded by Mrs. Dona Ortlund for not
cleaning up his deslr like a good boy
Mrs. Jeanene Carey shows Mr.
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he docsn't complete his worlc.
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James Curlert and Mr. Ernie Hawkins
discuss who has bus duty next weelr.
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and relax while grading papers between
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Jennifer Muion and Mrs. Campos
watch as Paul Kasprzylc spoons out the
chocolate pudding for the cream puffs.
Michelle Krabbe concemmes on
her typing during a three minute timed
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to make the classes
more exciting. In Al-
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compared the math
problems to football
plays, so that the stu-
dents could compre-
hend the problems on
a more personal level.
While in Free Enter-
prise, Mr. Dodez had
his students run their
own stock market so
that they could have
with today's econo-
These two exam-
ples were just a few of
the many tactics that
made it more exciting
and inviting to learn.
Part of the training the tutors go
through is a trust wallrg it enables them
to have trust in people.
Special Ed. teacher Mrs. Vain: dis-
cusses with tutor Sharon O'Brien her
Tutor Sherri Huff stands back as her client
Delana Murrell proudly displays the correct
Tutor instructor Mn. Combes demonstrates
good studying techniques to tutor Rirlr Lizdas.
he tutoring program has earned
national recognition for being an
outstanding organization. They have been
featured on "Hour Magazine" and "go
Minutes" and in Life Magazine. The
tutors have been speakers at the Arizona
Learning Disability Conference for teach-
ers and parents, where tutors Dave Went-
worth, Susan Edgerton and client Steve
Warhurst talked about the program and
their experiences in it. To qualify as a peer
tutor, the prospective applicant must meet a
few requirements. A 2.0 or B grade average
is a must, in addition to being interviewed,
having your attendance record evaluated,
and having the sponsor talk to your teach-
ers and counselor about your attitude, class-
room abilities and peer relationships. Last
year 81729 of the clients passed their class.
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Fiacco work with tutor Sherri Huff in
their math class on the clay's assign-
While in class Dave Wentworth
helps Roland Schellenberg with his Al-
gebra II homework.
Front row: Sponsor Mrs. Combes,
joel Bowers, Casey Counsellor, Rick
Lizdas, Vernon Paddock. Middle:
Sponsor Miss Hall, Sherri Huff, Heidi
Silmra, Gloria Gonzales, Chris Allman-
dinger, Anne Dzilc, Dawn Marshall,
Gina Cavallo, Sponsor Mr. Fredericlrs,
Sharon O'Brien, Michelle Warner,
Sponsor Dr. Eldredge. Las! row: Nick
Bargas, Dan Woods, Barbara Good-
win, Julie Nicks, Karin Heady, Susan
Edgerton, Tammy Allan.
Working with a Spanish listening
machine, Riel: Lizdas studies the as-
signment needed for his client.
The tutors in :his solarized prim are
anici arin in a rrainin acrivir for
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Senior Nathan Sheets has chosen
to visit India for his travels abroad as a
foreign exchange student.
Helen Seigumfeldt from Denmark
is caught by a photgrapher during Stu-
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he foreign exchange program ex-
panded tremendously. Students
came to us from seven different countries
- Australia, Austria, Sweden, Denmark,
Mexico, Holland, and West Germany -
and each was unique in his own way. Com-
ing here was a big change. The uforeignersn
adjusted quickly by making new friends
and experiencing firsthand the American
educational system and lifestyle.
Many of the students enrolled in the
student council program. The exchange of
ideas expressed by them on school projects
and their involvement was very beneficial to
our student body. This interaction also pro-
vided ideas for the newcomers to take back
with them to their own countries.
Students from our school were also in-
volved in the foreign exchange program
and journeyed to places like South Africa,
New Zealand, and India. No matter who
the students were or what countries they
came from, everyone agreed that being in a
foreign exchange program was not just a
learning experience, but an adventure they
would never forget.
Senior Steve Snodgrass points to
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q , ' studying at a boys' school. q
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asm about the American way of life,
which is a lot different from the Swed-
C Steve Shearin takes time out of his
5 busy schedule to pose for a picture be-
9 fore departing to South Africa.
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Enjoying a two-week resr from
school after returning from Australia is
Senior Anne Bcnncrt.
"An older man," Grant Boland
from Australia came ro us after he had
Karl Thorngren from Sweden prac-
tices playing the guitar during his bc-
ginning guitar class.
Bruce Higginson is honored by
meeting Manfrrd Grunanger, a for-
Sign exchange student from Ausrria.
Helen Siegumfeldt - Denmark,
Grant Boland - Australia, Laurcns
Appel - Holland, Roberto Rodriguez
A Mexico, Karl Thorngrcn 4- Sw:-
uilding for the future, the leaders
of tomorrow achieved high honors
during the school year. In addition to those
pictured, other honors went to jon Blaine,
Allison Dillon, and Paul Williams as Na-
tional Merit Commended students. Kim
Demlce, Julie Call, Lynn Wagner, and
Monica Young were proclaimed All-
American Gymnasts. Heidi Hage earned
the title of International Twirler of the
Year and was the overall Arizona State
Champion in the I6 and over category.
Andy johnson and Rusty Rosenburger were
members of the All-State Cross Country
team. Kim Siclcmiller, Keith Moody, and
Dean Clouse were named to the All-State
Football team. Marc Hudson made the All-
Arizona Honor Band four years in a row.
Also in that band were JoEllen Turley,
Linda Collum, Shelly Hartley, Jack Archer,
Bonnie Pinkerton, and john Rost. An Air
Force ROTC scholarship worth at least
510,000 went to Will Travers. The Hugh
O'Brien Youth Leadership award went to
Heather Haynes. Other honors were too
numerous to mention, but they included at
least one-million dollars of scholarships
earned by our students.
Nathan Sheets, Pa! Tropio, and
Bruce Higginson were chosen for Ari-
zona Boys Stare. Not shown: Robert
Junior Miss winner Karen Woodsg
first runner up Michelle Call, second
runner up Dana Garn.
Sylvia Kaspryzlr and Karrin Kuna-
selr received the honor of Arizona Girls
State. Nor shown: Tina Rhein.
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after receiving the honor of the
McDonald's All-American High
Camille Harris, the All-American
Cheerleader, shows her rechnique at a
Robert Russell and Will Travers
were awarded with appoiniments to
West Point Academy,
National Merit Finalists joe
Koehler, Penny Dodge, and Nathan
Sheersg Semi-Finalist Michele Vening.
Honor Awards 247
A representative from Talley In- Mr. Miller stops to talk to guide jo
dustries is ready to help anyone inter- Ellen Turley about how well the even.
ested in future employment in Mesa. ing is going.
Mrs. Pam Prater and VVestwood's
Mrs. Peterson look over thc schedule
during A lull in the crowd,
Candy Lawson, an Op Shop guide,
fills out a form for Mesa Youth rhe-
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An Evening of pportunit
hree thousand people converged
in the Media Center on February
9 from 7:00-1o:oo to have the rare opportu-
nity to see and participate in the 2nd annu-
al Op Shop. Our own Mr. Bob Miller was
in charge of setting up the floor plan and
seeing that OP Shop ran smoothly on its
Represented at this outstanding event
248 Op Shop
were thirty-nine colleges and universities.
The armed services were represented along
with the ROTC and the academies. There
was a variety of technical and specialty
schools ranging from electronics to cometo-
logy. Besides educational services there were
many businesses and industries to aid stu-
dents in understanding their careers. The
municipal agencies were represented by the
Mesa Fire Department, Mesa Parlcs and
Recreation and the Mesa Police Depart-
ment. Information about apprenticeship
programs in carpentry, masonry, and elec-
tronics was available. The Department of
Economic Security and the Mesa Youth
Placement Service were also represented. In
all, there were II9 presentations.
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john Rhodes, after 30 years in the House of
Representatives, retired in 1982. New-
comer ,lohn McCain, a POW for seven
years, took his place in the House for
Since the Great Depression, unemploy-
ment hit a record high of IO.8 percent in
1982. Over I2 million people were out of
work and 6.5 million had to settle for
working part time.
John Hinkley, Jr. was found not guilty by
reason of insanity by a federal jury on
june 21, 1982, for the attempted assassi-
nation of President Ronald Reagan. This
decision caused many states to re-evalu-
ate the guilty by reason of insanity de-
William Arthur Phillip Louis, heir to the
British throne, arrived in july to the
delight of his parents, Charles and
Diana, and the world. Observed one rel-
ative, "I've spoken with Charles, and
he's absolutely over the moon."
Seven deaths resulting from cyanide-laced
Tylenol capsules caused the whole na-
tion to re-evaluate policies concerning
the packaging of over-the-counter drugs.
The Reagan administration ran up the
highest federal budget deficit in U.S.
250 World News
history, and yet the dollar strenthened
against currencies around the world.
Business failures averaged some 500 a
week, even after interest rates began to
On December second, doctors at the Uni-
versity of Utah Medical Center success-
fully implanted a permanent artificial
heart in a 61-year-old retired dentist.
The seven-and-a-half hour operation
was the first of its kind. The patient,
Barney C. Clark, had been near death
from heart failure when the operation
began, but after the heart was implanted
he appeared to be on the path of recov-
The crash of Air Florida's Flight 90 last
November into the ice clogged Potomac
River in Washington D.C., caught the
horrified attention of the whole country.
Seventy-four people on the plane died,
but while television and still cameras re-
corded the desperate scene, five others
were rescued by electrifying acts of brav-
Finally, almost a decade after the Vietnam
War had ended, a block granite monu-
ment was unveiled in Washington,
D.C., to honor the 57,939 men and
women lost in Vietnam.
Civil war among more than 25 roving mili-
tias had been the background violence of
Lebanese life for seven years. But noth-
ing prepared beleaguered civilians for
the bloody summer of 1982. In early
June, after months of secret planning,
Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin
ordered a force of 60,000 men and 50C
tanks to roll north into Lebanon. By
midsummer, Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon could celebrate his first anniver-
sary in that powerful job at the gates of
Beirut. Israeli bombers flew overhead,
pummeling residential areas inhabited
by PLO guerrillas. In exchange for Israe-
li vows to stay out of Muslim west Bei-
rut, U.S. envoy Philip Habib negotiated
the dispersal of Yasser Arafat's battered
PLO fighters to havens in other Arab
lands. But upon the assassination of Le-
banese President-elect Bashir Gemayel in
mid-September, Israeli troops promptly
occupied west Beirut "to prevent the
danger of violence, bloodshed and anar-
chy," in the words of a statement by the
Begin cabinet. Within 48 hours the Is-
raelis were presiding over the worst
atrocity of the war. Unleashed within
the vast refugee camps at Sabra and Sha-
tila, anti-PLO Christian Phalangists
slaughtered at least 800 men, women and
children while Israeli troops looked the
Rain, Mudslides in Northern Cali-
fornia - In january, terrible rains and
mudslides hit Northern California causing
houses and roads to be covered with mud.
The number of people killed was 31 and
damages were estimated at S300 million.
Record Cold Storms Hit U.S. -
The arctic air blew down from Canada on
january 9, resulting in some of the United
States' worst storms. Despite the fact that
they took the lives 261 people, they also
froze roads in the Rocky Mountains and
ruined the citrus crops in California.
Heavy Floods Hit Midwest -
From March I3 through March zo, rivers
in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana over-
flowed. At Fort Wayne, Indiana, the
streets were 26 feet deep in water and 9,ooo
people were drivin from their homes.
Tornadoes Hit Southwest - The
National Weather Service reported torna-
does that hit Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska,
Kansas, New Mexico, and California
sweeping through the Southwest from
May II through May 13, killing 7 people.
Hundreds of others had to evacuate their
Rare Spring Storms - It began in
California and worked its way across the
Rockies, the Midwest, and the Northeast,
this terrible storm consisted of thunder
storms, tornadoes, and hailstones the size of
baseballs. It lasted from April 1 to April I0
and killed at least 64 persons.
Southwest Hit by Tornadoes -
Tornadoes swept through the Southwest
causing planes to crash, destroying build-
ings, and forcing hundreds of people to
evacuate their homes. Seven people were
reported killed by these tornadoes that
touched down in Texas, Oklahoma, Ne-
braska, Kansas, New Mexico, and Califor-
A record 99-yard touchdown run was mas-
tered by Dallas Cowboy Tony Dorsett in a
January 3rd game against the Minnesota
Super Bowl XVII was played on january
30, 1983, by the Miami Dolphins and the
Washington Redskins. The Redskins took
the title by a score of 34-17.
The 1982 Heisman Trophy winner Her-
schel Walker, from the University of Geor-
gia, was only the seventh junior to receive
The 1982 World Series played by the St.
Louis Cardinals and the Milwaukee Brew-
ers was won, after seven games, by the Car-
The NFL Coach of the Year was awarded
to Bill Walsh of the San Francisco '49ers.
The 1982 Wimbledon was won by Jimmy
Connors and Martina Navratilova on July
3 and 4.
Arizona finally has a USFL football team,
the Arizona Wranglers, owned by jim jo-
seph and Bradford Liebman.
Throwing the entire '82 season off, the
NFL players went on strike to gain a higher
percentage of the profits usually given to
owners. The strike lasted 57 days and the
players were awarded 51.6 billion over a
John Belushi, 33. Played such parts as the
samurai of 'KSaturday Night Live" and
the ferocious food-fighter of Animal
House. Died of a drug overdose.
Ingrid Bergman, 67. Played in Casab-
lanca 41942, with Humphrey Bogart.
Three time Oscar winner, worked her
last years knowing she was dying of can-
Eubie Blake, loo. Ragtime pianist and hit
composer who opened Broadway to
Leonid Breshnev, 75. Succeeding Nikita
Ktushchev in 1964, Breshnev ruled the
U.S.S.R. for 18 years.
Karen Carpenter, 32. With her brother
Richard, formed a soft rock group "The
Carpenters" that was popular in the
7O,S. Died of complications from anorex-
Henry Fonda, 77. This supreme artist of
the screen performed in 85 films. His
last performance as Norman Thayer in
On Golden Pond won him his first
Leon jaworski, 77. The Watergate prosecu-
tor who supplied the "smoking gunn
that brought about Nixon's resignation,
persuading the Supreme Court to force
Nixon to release 64 White House tapes.
Grace Kelly, 52. A regal film beauty who
married Monaco's Prince Rainier, bring-
ing dignity and a particular grace to her
new role. Died in an auto accident.
Leroy "Satchel" Paige, 75. Due to racial
discrimination, Paige was not admitted
to the major leagues until he was 42. In
40 years of pitching, Paige played in
Bess Truman, 97. The most retiring of
recent First Ladies, won many women's
votes for her husband Harry, who often
introduced her as the "Boss"
World N ews 251
Sylvia "Sly" Kzsprzylr
Kazhy "I've had ir" Bryan Kelly "Flew the Coop" Dickenson Karrin "Gullil:le" Kunasel: Martha "I lost ir" Arosm Tanya "I found ir" Von Bchrcn
Layour Editor Senior Ediror Business Ediror Acrivirics Ecliror junior Editor
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around school, it is very hard not to
bump into some of the staff. From registra-
tion, sporting events, dances, to ski trips the
teachers got involved, too.
Mr. Rex Rice and Mr. Tom Atkins I
prepare the cannon to shoot off at a pi-
home football game.
Mrs. Voth helps sophomore Andy
Ctimmons to arrange his schedule to
fit all of his needed classes.
Going through the registration line
for their last time are Renee Caccamese,
Marti Ziebell, and Kaylene Harrzler.
Mr. Anderson, Mr. Vala, lVlr. and X A
Mrs. Guest, Mrs. and Mr. Campos QI'
and Mr, Atlrins enjoy themselves on
the Purgatory slri trip.
256 Faculty Candids
Abel, Jody 177
Abele, Barbara 60, 127, 103
Abele, John 62, 63, 92, 131
Academics Division 240, 241
Acosta, Martha 37, 90, 109, 112, 177, 228, 252
Activities Division 14, 15
Adamo, Calby 234, 131
Adams, Casey 64, 131
Adams, D. George 177
Angeny, David 203
Appel, Laurens 79, too
Araiza, Ernesto 177
Arato, Roberto 132
Archer, Jack 99, 132
Bartlett, Robin 204
Basketball Assembly 36, 37
Basketball Varsity 70, 71
Basketball J.V. 72, 73
Bassett, Charles 33, 79, 90
Adams, Jane 177
, JQIICK 29, 89, QI, 100, 127, 177
Adams, Jill 177
Adams, Ran 15, 223, 234
, Scott 177
, Shauna lll, 117, 203
, Theresa 113, 203
Adams, fParlinJ Tina 77
Addington, Valerie 131
Administrators 230, 231
Adrakatas, Dean 53, 131
Aglio, Carl 57, 203
Aglio, Dana 61, B2, 203
David 53, 70, 92, 131
Agostino, Frank 72, 73, 99, 177
Aguirre, Patricia 102, 177
Ahawheta, Mirriam 131
Albertsman, Deborah 177
Albertsman, Wendy 131
Albright, Shari 1 I4
Alcorn, Zeamon 203
der, Terry 203
Aley, Lori 177
Aley, Wanda 203
Alfaro, Veronica 7, 96, 107, 177
Allan, Eric 131
Allan, Marc 131
Allan, Monique 111, 117, 203
Allen, Belinda 177
Allen, Faye 97
Allen, Marnie 100, 118, 119, 131
Allen, Melinda 177
Allen, Michael lgl
Allen, Tammy 177, 243
Allgood, Andtia 203
Allmendinger. Christopher 203, 243
Alquist, Daniel 203
Alvarado, Edivin 27, 44, 53, 131, 266
Alvarado, Grace 98, 203
Alvarez, Henry Jr. 203
Alvis, Mitchell 95, II7, 132
Alvis, Paula 203
Amaya, Javier 79, 102, 131
Ambri, Christopher 127, 177
Amstutz, Roland 102, 132
Andrrxvn, Darl 229
Anderson, Elizabeth 89, 92, 100, 127,
Anderson, Gordon 79, 234
Anderson, Lynn 99, 132
Anderton, Richard 96, 230, 231, 234
Anderson, Thomas 203
Andres, Clark 203
Andrew, Shana 98, 177, 198
Andrews, Timothy 99, 177
Andric, Milivoje 132
Angell, Diane 203
Arellano, Sharon 132
Arment, Coleen 103
Armenta, Emeterio 177
Armenta, John 64, 97, 177, 266
Armerrta, Marylou 65, 124, 234
Armistead, Thomas 203
Arnett, Kent 103
Arnett, Robert 57, 77, 114, 119, 203
Arnett, William Jr. 118, 132
Arnold, Robin 203
Arriera, Diana 102, 177
Ashcroft, Lucy 117, 131
Ashcroft, William 203
Ashe, Yvonne 98, 99, 110, 117
Ashmore, James 16, 55, 77, 177
Astle, Robert 203
Atkins, Donna 92, 102, 116, 203
Atkins, Tam I0, 121
Atwell, Shannon 32, 99
Augestino, Frank 36
Aussprung, Kurt 54, X77
Austin, Michael 177
Azinger, Jill 203
Baron, David 234
Bacon, Kimberly 89, 81, 105, 113, 177
Baer, Stacey 96, 203, 121
Bagby, Clint 97, 132
Bailey, Gary 203
Bailey, Michael 111, 203
Bailey, Michael 14, 201
Baker, Dodie 100, 177
Baker, Gary l3Z
Baker, jonathan 51, 58, 177
Baker, Karen 132
Baker, Thomas 77, 155
Baker, Norman 132
Baldwin, Amanda 132
Baldwin, Lucky 234
Ball, Jorgena 117, 132
Ballentyne, James 55, 177
Ballis, Erikl 203
Balthrop, Gari Dee 132
Bankson, Eugene 5, 29, 53, 133, 154, 199
Bankson, Gary 57, 203
Baptisto, Aaron 125
Bardell, Leianne 204
Barehand, Crystal 125, 177
Bargas, Nicholas 53, 79, 133, 163, 243
Barker, Gina 117, 133
Barnard, Dr. Douglar 228
Bamrrre, Bobbie 234
Barnett, Richard 204
Barney, Jeanette 204
Barney, Rhett 53, 177
Barr, Harry 133
Barron, Sherry 69, 177
Barry, Pamela 102, IIS, 114, 204
Bartcl, Lori 177
Bartko, Lisa 98, 177
Charles 63, 133
Bassler, Grant 133
Bassler, Paige 68, 69, 204, 208,
Bates, Jennifer 98, II4, 133
Bauer, James 177
Beam, Joann 69, 82
Bean, Rebecca 98, 204
Bean, Roger 117, 177
Beardmore, Lise 177
Beard, Stacy 178
Beavers, Christina 114, 204
Beck, Charles 96, 129
Beck, David 177
Beers, Brent 64, 65, 177
Beert, Tami 117, 204
Beert, Traci 105, 119, 133
Behrens, Karla 133
Behring, John 117, 204
Belch, John 204
Bell, Michael 79, 96, 133
Bell, Steve 133
Beltran, John 178
Bendure, Timothy 204, 99
Benefield, Breena 178
Benefield, Breena 178
Benevenrn, Jospeh 178
Benka, Tamara 11o
Bennett, James 204
Bennett, Anne 133
Benson, Buddy S4
Benson, David ll7, 178, 204
Benson, Deborah 105, 117, 178
Bentley, Andrea 100, 178
Bentley, Elizabeth 100, 133
Bentley, Robert 73, 204
Bentz, Kerry 204
Benzer, Margaret IIO, 204
Berryman, Adele 178
Berthold, Kimberly 98, 134
Berthold, Nancy 98, 204
Bethancourt, Tiffany 117, 178
Bcttendorf, Larry 178
Beynon, John 204
Bickes, Mary 103, 134
Biehn, Joann 111, II4, 204
Billet, Scot 64, 134
Billet, Wendy 114, 204
Bilodeau, Laurie 99, 134
Bingham, Kimberly 120, 204
Bingham, Priscilla 116, 178
Bird, Ronald 204
Birkett, Melody 99, 204
Bisbee, Edward 98, 99, 17B
Bishop, Todd 134
Black, Garrett 204
Black, Kimberly 99, 101, 204
Black, Melisa 134
Black, Ronnie 205
Black, Stephen 178
Black, Travis 178
Blackhurst, Bruce 55, 178
Blackhurst, Jennifer 100, 107, 1
Blain, Douglas 122, 134
Blaker, Terry 96, 134
Blanco, Johnny 178
Blank, Kenneth 205
Bliss, Mark 134
Bloom, Roberta 66, Ill, 205
Bcbbins, Dana 205
Bloomer, William 53, 134
Blough, Brent 44, 178
Blythe, Sarah 178
Board of Education 228
Bock, Steven 178
Boheneck, Chad 92, 205
Bloand, Grant IIO, 127, 128, 134
Bolar, Tiffany 205, 208
Bolland, Michael 90, 134
Bond, Shauna 94, 98, 1o2, IOS, 178
Botcms, Gary 178
Booth, Darren 134
Booth, Michael 178
Booster Club 93
Bardwell, Robert 234
Bosley, Diana 82, 83, 109, 205
Bosley, Roger 4, 53, 134
Botts, Kevin 178
Bouchie, Kimberly 179
Boulry, Sandra 234
Boulier, Mike 205
Bowers, Joel 114, 205, 243
Bowers, Mary Sue 178
Bowers, Michael 205
Boyer, Matthew 205
Boyer, Ronald 205
Boyse, Kathy 61, 205
Bracamorllr, Betty 234
Bracamonte, Ofelia 99, 205
Bfdfkflfy, Km 232, 234
Braden, Sharon 205
Braden, Susan 205
Bradshaw, Rae 98, 99, 134
Brady, Jennifer 96, 117, 205
Brady, jim 57, 234
Brady, Sheryl 65, 81, 134
Braley, Mark 134
Braley, Troy 205
Brandner, Mark 92, 134
Brandon, Frank 179
Brandon, Gi Gi 96, 110, 135
Branham, William 179
Brarming, faAr1n 234
Branson, Frank 79
Brecke, Stephan 63, 205
Breinholt, De Lisa 92, 135
Bremm, Lynita 135
Brett, Gearge 179
Brewer, Byron 135, 120
Brewer, Kurt 205
Brewer, Wendy 100, 179
Bribiescas, Angela 179
Briggs, Daniel 98, 99, 135
Brinkman, Bonnie 205
Bristow, Mark 99, 205
Brodzinski, Kenneth 98, 99
Broughton, Karla 66, 81, 135
Brook, Cbzylorr 234
Brower, Colleen 179
Brown, Algene 179
Brown, Caroline A. 98, 114, 179
Brown, Caroline M. 205
Brown, Curtis 234
Brown, David 20, 21, 202, 206
Brown, Deborah 111, 135
Brown, Derik 57, 206
Brown, Douglas 99, 179
Brown, Jackie 116, 206
Brown, Jacqueline 116, 106
Brown, Jeffrey 206
Brown, Jill 100, 179
Brown, Jonathon 206
Brown, Katherine 99, 106
Brown, Kimberly 98, 99, 135
Brown, Kirsten 206
Campbell, Cathy 206
Campbell Cindy 136
Campbell Jerry 137
Campbell Laurie 206
Campbell Linda 98, 99, 180
Matthew 78, 79, IBO
Camptell, Deborah 16, 180
Camper, Lawn 234. 240
Brown, Lisa 111, 111, 179
Brown, Richard 206
, Robert 206
, Stephanie 100, 179
Brown, Tracy 179
Bobbi 81, IOS, 135
Cullen, Gladys 140
Casner, Penny 100, 110, ll9, 137
Bruce, Michele 96, 100, 107, 111, 135
Brummett, Jessica 91, 135
Brundage, John 135
Bruner, Kathy 97, 136
Brunet, Lisa 179
Brunson, Robin 179
Bryan, Katherine 112, 136, 228, 252
Bryant, David 53, 129, 179
Bryson, Maureen 179
Bryson, Michael 99, 108, 136
Buchanan, David 180
Bticltanttn, Julee 180
Butkels, Celeste 39, 180
Buckland, Cindy 116, 206
Buckland, Daniel 136
Candland. Lara 98, 206
Carrlmm, Keith 234
Canty, Joan 98, ISO
Cantu, lVlichale 206
Capaldi, Carole 180
Carry, Erin 137
Carey, Grarzene 231, 235
Cariveau, William 96, 129, 137
Carlos, Richard 206
Chucri, Alex 57, 99, 107, 266
Church, Cory 98, 114, 207
Churnesky, Kellee 138
Ciancuillo, Diana 96, 117, 207
Cirone, Vincent 110, 113, 138
Clark, Alison 105, 119, 138
Clark, Daniel 107
Clark, Rosemary 181
Clark, Sara IIO, 235
Clark, Theresa 61, 181
Clark, Thomas 181
Clark E. III 181
Clarkson, Craig 57, 207
Clarkson, Gary 114, 181
Cleary, John 181
ine, Conna 59, 113, 181
Click Club 126
Carlton, Chris 66, 69
Carlton, Doris 235, 241
Carlson, Grant 180
Carlson, Kimberly 180
Carlson, Reylene 113, 206
Carpio, Jesus 180
Carrieri, Roseann 42, 100, 176, 180
Carter, Anita 180
Buckley, Jennifer 136
Buckley, Lynda 117, 206
Budgr, Leisl 206
Bundy, lVlichael 106
, Sherry 102, 124, 136
, Dennis IIB, 119, 180
Burk, Nathan 136
Burr, Kyle 136, 38
Burton, Andrew 180
Buse, Michele 53, 136
Bush, Christine 180
Bush, Matthew 206
Butler, Dalira 113, 136
Butler, Denise 106
Butler, Jeffery IBO
Butler, Kevin 136
Butler, Lester 206
Butler, Ted 51
Butorac, Hillary zo, 92, 94
Butren, Bobbi 114, 206
Butterfield, Sonja 92, 136
Butterworth, Dana 106
Butz, Mark 54
Caccamese, Rene 91. 92, 136, 110, 236
Carey, Thrrsa 136
Cain, Jeffrey 40, 99, 206
Calderone, Dominic 180
Caldwell, Michael 117, 136
Caldwell, Shelia ISO
Caldwell, Shellie 102, 117, 136
Call. Julie 100, 105, 108, 180
Call, Michelle 27, 48, 91, 105, IIS, 119, 136,
Callulmn, Betty 234
Callaway, Bobbi 180
Calvert, Jamie 180
Cambern, Hazel 136
Camhern, Jay 136
Camp, Charles 180
Campagna, Stephen IBO
Campbell, Brett 54, 55, 79, 180
Cartwright, Catlii 180
Cartwright, Terri 102, 122, 176, 180
Casillas, Lisa 206
Caspers, Todd 206
Cassaday, Mark 98, 114, 206
Cassavaugh, Kevin 99, 137
Castillo, Patrick 75, 105, 180
Castillo, Rosa 97, 137
Castle, Sidney Jr. 207
Caton. Kenneth IQ7
Cavallo, Gina Il 1, 180, 243
Cavolaski, Shelley 61, 91, 92, 137
Cawood, Justin 63, 207
Cervantes, Yolanda 102, 207
Cesta, Thomas 207
Challis, Susan 116, 207
Challis, Tracy 96, 100, 107, 137
Champion. Eric 79, 207
Chaney, Julianna 81, 94, 207
Chaney, Steven 111, 207
Chapman, Kelly 65, 124, 181
Chapman, Nathan 207
Charette, Lisa 181
Charettc, Tina 137
Charles, Allan 181
Charles, Dale 3, 230, 231, 235
Charlson, Mark 99, 119, 137
Chase, Kimberly 207
Chase, Rhonda 137
Chavarria, Jesus 95, 207
Chaves, Joelle 181
Cheer, Varsity 108
Cheer, J.V. 109
Chesley, Nanette 207
Chiappetta, Margaret 94, 138, 207
Childs, Dion 207
Chiles, Connie 207
Chipp, John 181
Chiren, Paul 138
Chirico Monica 207
Chisholm, Brenda 181
Chitty, Charles 207
Chovanec, William 207
Christmas, David 114, 207
Christmas, Merry 97, 138
Christmas Spirit 42-43
Cbritlrier, Greta 235
Christopher, Claudia 138
Christopher, Joseph 207
Closing 266, 267, 269
Cloud, Brad 207
Cloud, Phillip 138
Clouse, Dean 4. 27, 53. 138
Cloyd, Barbara 110
Cloyd, Timothy 207
Clubs Division 88, 89
Cluff, Betsy 103
Cluff, Brenda 60, too, 181
Clydeagar, S. 181
Cochenour, Dean 112, 158, 181
Cochran, Larry 114, 207
Cody, Dale 125, 107
Co-Ed Dance 44, 45
Colley, Kent 95, 138
Cogswell, Brenda 97, 181
Cole, Brenda 51, 66, 81, 181
Coleman, James 38, 79
Collins, Jearlc 77, 207
Collins, Loree 139
Collum, Lynda 98, 99, 207
Colpaert, Roy 181
Combs, Hillarie 235, 242, 243
Combs, Karry 1oo, 181
Comparin, Jeffrey 139
Compton, Kelly 181
Comstock, Shelly 139
Conklin, Caren 111, 208
Conklin, Carlene 99, 113, 139
Contreras, Theresa 103, 139
Cook, John 181
Courts, feartetle 235
Cooper, Cara 25, 91, 112, 123,
Cooper, laurel te 1 39
Cooper, Teresa 65, 124, 181
Copelan, Kevin 117, 208
Corbett, Larry 139
Corrac, Kelly 181
Corwin, Thomas 181
Cosgrove, Mary 92, 126, 127, 1
Cota, Virginia 1 39
Cottam, James IIQ, Isl
Counseller, Casey 181, 243
Cox, Phillip 117, 208
Craig, Christopher ISI
Craig, Lisa 208
Crandall, Lori 208
Crandall, Wayne 99, 182
Crane, Carrie 96, 100, 107, 182
Crane, Susan 118, 119, 139
Crawford, Khali 90, 104
Crawford, Mona 117, 208
Crawford, Pam 235
Credits, 254, 255
Creel, Eric 75, 139
Cress, Mary 182
Crimmins, Andrew 208
181, 229, 151
Crimmins, Peter 16, 26, 28, 53. 139
Crismon, Bonnie 98, 99, 101, 114, 182
Crist, Deana 182
Crompton, Deborah 97, 139, 140
Cronk, Kevin 57, 77, 208, 216
Cronk, Lyn 140
Croult. Bill 235
Crook, Helen 208
Cross Country 64, 65
Crouch, Lisa 102, 140
Crow, Deborah I40
Crowe, John 77, 97, 120, 182
Crowe, Scott 208
Croy, Laura 114, 108
Cruise, Lawrence 120, 182
Crum, William 53, I82
Cummins, Bill 235
Cummins, Tara Ill, 117, 108
Cunningham, Kathleen 117, 140
Cunningham, William 63, 105, Ill
Cutd, Peggie 99, 140
Curlelr, fumes 10, 230, 231, 235
Curley, Laura 208
Currie, Joseph 208
Currie, Susan II3, 140
Curry, Karen 90, 94, 110, 117, 182
Curtis, Vincent 99, 182
Cuthbertson, Sharon l40
Cypert, Sally 99, 105, 117, 121, 182
Cyplik, Sharon 208
Czudak, Sherri 117, 208, 216
Dabrowski, Elizabeth 96, 208, 213, 222
Dalton, William 120, 182
Daly, Glenn 16, 182
Dammen, Kenneth 58, 98, 111, 182
Dammier, Charles 181
Dana, Kristen 208
Dance 100, 289
Dangler, Harry 182
Dani, Joseph 98, 99, 140
Daniel, David 182
Dant, Sara 41, 99, 208
David, Sandra 208
Davtklsori, Bal: 235
Davidson, Elizabeth 208
Davis, Carol 117, 182
Davis, Denine 112, 208
Davis, Jay 57, 208
Davis, Juliana 100. 208
Davis, Kent l40
Davis, Nile 181
Davis, Pamala 94, 96, 209
Davis, Sandra 98
Davis, Scott 182
Davison, Debbie 140
Dawson, Diana 209
Dawson, Susan 127, 235
Dawson, Shatla 66, 98, 181
Dawson, Steven 110, 140
Day, Deborah 209
Dearien, Steven 57, 209
Debate Team 94, 95
Decious, Cristen 99, 117, 209
Decious, Michael 95, 99, II7, IQO
Decker, Deborah 116, 209
Decker, Mary 235
Decoury, Jacqueline 209
DeGrarie, Daniel 15, 49, 53,
DeGracie, Donald 63, 109
Deino, Mark 140, 182
Delaney, Blake 58, 209
Delaney, Christine 112, 140
Delay, Alben 182
Delk, Charles 77, 209
Delotenzo, Andrew 119, 182
Demassa, Thomas 57, 209
Demasse, joan IOS, 140
Dember, Anthony 96
Demichele, Lisa 120, 182
Deming, Sandra 98, 209
Demke, Kimberly 109, 209
Demoss, Michael 209
Dempsey, Michele 209
Depriest, Brenda 140
Demovich, Tracee 61, 109
Deschner, Felecia 97, 140
Despain, Sheryl X82
Desrosiers, Keith 55, 117, 18
Deveaux, Craig 99, 141
DIHZ, for 235
Dick, Michael 57, 109
Dickenson, Krlly 38, 91, 112, 141, 252
Dickerson, Daniel 209
Dickerson, Micheal 58
Diekman, janna 182
Dillon, Allison 141
Dingman, jerald 183
Diumenti, Stephana 97, 209
Dix, Crystal 209
Dixon, Rohn 109
Dobbins, Tracie 45, 96, 100,
Dodez, Louis 235
Dodge, Douglas 98, 209
Dodge, Penny 98, 110, 111,
Doherty, Charles 97, 183
Dolan, Esther 99, 183
Domann, Donald 141
Damon, Wesley 39, Q1
Donohoo, Stacy 209
Dorum, David 64, 209
Dougherty, joe 183
Dougherty, Steve 209
Doyle, Francine 98, 183
Doyle, john 97, 141
Doyle, Michael 99, 183
Doyle, Theresa 109
Drake, julie 209
Driggs, Cordon 229
Driggs, Kevin 70, 209
Drumm, Deborah 141
Dubrul, Mark 141
Duby jr., Allen 114, 299
Dueck, Patricia 59, 111, 183
Duffas, Theresa 183
Duffus, Cheryl 92, 209
Duffus, Mark 141
Dugan, Daniel 141
Dugger, Dennis 141
Duke, Carines 141
Duke, Theresa 102, 183
Duke, Thomas 142
Duncan, Robert 110
Dunham, Michele zto
Dunn, Chance 233, 235
Dunn, Robert 54, 183
Dupree, Quentin 48, 54, 183
Duprey, Anthony 183
110, 111, 141
114, 161, 247
Duranti, jacquelin 39, 91, 112, 183, 184, 253
Duranti, Maria 183
Dumay, Anne 117, 110
Durrstein, Tracy ll, ZID
Dyer, Kimberly 210
Dzik, Ann 141
Dzik, jan 141, 243
Eagleburgcr, David 228, 229
Eaton, Gerald 210
Eberline, Barb 23 5
Ebert, William 142
Eccles, Trisha 92, 183, 241
Eclrols, Susan 114, 210
Edgerton, Susan 243
Edmonds, Darlene 96, 210
Edwards, Craig 183
Edwards, Eric 114, 183
Edwards, james 53, l41
Edwards, jeffrey 53, 142, 241
Edwards, Susan 117, 210
Edwards, Tammy 142
Eells, Brian 99, l02, Ill, 183
Egan, AnnMarie 210
Egan, Martin 4.4, 53, 142
Egan, Mary l42
Egg Drop 32, 33
Eldredge, Gretchen 210
Eldredge, Steve 235, 243
Elkins, jessica 141
Ellis, Paula 210
Ellis, falm 235
Elmer, Robert 141
Elsberry, Mitchell 96, 141
Elswick, Barry 77, 96, zro
Elswick, Lauri 92, 182, 183
Emerson, Melanie 142
Emerson, Tyrone 102, 210
Encore Strings 118
Enfield, David 183
Enos, Marla KO3, 141
Epps, Nanette 97
Ergenbright, Rebecca 100, 141
Erickson, H, john 142
Erickson, Kathleen :ro
Erwin, Steven 210
Esber, Bradley 142
Eskew, Micheal 183
Eskew, Shannon 183
Espinoza, Ricardo 210
Esqueda, Ricardo 102
Estes, john X42
Estes, Richie II4,-210
Eulate, joseph 55, 90, 99, 183
Evans, Beverly 128, l42
Evans, Heidi 183
Evans, Kevin 105, 142
Evans, Wendy 116, 210
Everett, jonie 210
Ewald, Lisa IO3, 141
Fabian, Cynthia 110, 210
Faculty Candid: 232, 233
Fade 'n Fashions 24, 25
Fagan, Arm 235
Fairbanks, Rose 210
Fankhauser, Kara 90, 98, 99, X43
Famsworth, Macie 96, mo, 142
Fate, Barry 55, 77, 183, 195
Fausnett, Tina 99, 124, 183
Federico, Christina 102, 110
Fedoriclt, Leann 89, 91, 143
Fedorok, Chris 61
Felix, lor 235
Ferreira, Antonio 64, 70, 110
Ferreira, jose 183
Ferry, Clarence 183
Fiacco, Dean 210
Field, Leanne 183
Figgins, Robert 127, 183
Finlinson, David 110
Finney, Renee 99, 143
Fisher, Benny 96, 143
Fisher, Danny 210
Fisher, Michael 143
Fisher, Paterick 143
Fisher, Paterick 143
Fiske, Sherri 69, 108, 210
Fjelstad, Steven 111, 184
Flag Corps 101
Flake, Melanie II7, 210
Fleming, Michele 126, 117, 143
Flinn, Sharon 99, 105, 143
Flores, Alfred llq, 106, 210
Flores, David 110
Foos, Carie 61
Football, Varsity 52, 53
Football, junior Variety 54, 55
Football, j.V. 56, 57
Forbes, Cassandra roo, 117, 184
Ford, Mark 184
Ford, William II7, 210
Foreign Exchange Club 244, 2
Foreign Language Club 242, 243
Forshee, Derrell 184
Foster, Lonny II7, 210
Foster, Noel rzo, 111
Foxrer, Tom 10, 235
Foucher, Curtis 120, 211
Fountain, Nathaniel 143
Fowler, Raymond 184
Frank, Christine 81, 83, 111
Franklin, Dirk 53
Franklin, Scott 211
Franklin, Larry jr. 144
Franzmeier, Stacy 100, 144
Fraughton, Darla 111
Frazier, Elizabeth 99, II7, 111
Frazier, Kevin 144
Frederick, Robert 82, 91, 235, 243
Fredrickson, Brian 211
Free, Lynn 92, 211
Freeman, MaryKay 102, 235
French and German 111
Frias, Gonzalo 53, 144
Frias, Gregory 75, 97, 144
Frias, Karen 114, 111
Frierson, Theresa 65, 111, 124, 184
Frihart, Tammy 98, II4, 144
Frihan, Tristan 17, 63, 77, 99, Zll
Frisby, Kay 211
From, Clayton 117, lll
From, Valerie 144
Frost, Brian 117
Frost, Paul 54, 184
Frost, Steven 53, 184, 266
Frost, Stuart 53, 184
Fruehling, Marina 103, 144
Frye, Laurie 211
Fuller, Hallie 211
Fulton, Karen 144
Gaddie, Lisa 119, 144
Gaddie, Lora II7, 144
Galbasini, jill 61, 184
Galileo, Wendy 144
Gallagher, Devon 101
Gallant, Daniel 144
Gallentine, Sean 211
Gammel, Kora 81, 184
Gammons, Ernest I44
Ganser, Dale 77, 111
Garcia, Michael 35, 184
Garcia, Veronica Zll
Gardner, Michelle 117, Ill
Garn, Dana 96, 100, 107, 144, 146
Garncr, Melinda Ill
Garner, Melissa 211
Garner, Melody 144
Gates, Cheri 110, 184
Gates, Danette 102
Gatrcl, Christopher 64, 144
Gaurreau, Wayne 235
Gay, Cheryl 144
Gearliart, Caren 184
Gcbhardt, Michelle 111, 184
Geblin, Lee 117
Gee, Harold 235
Gee, Penny 53, 144
Gehoski, Todd 184
Gehring, Robby 57, Ill
Gehring, Susan 184
Geisheimer, Annabel 106, 117, 184
Georgianni, Margie 120, 184
Gerkin, Patricia 184
German, jimmy 144
Gibb, Colin 145
Gibb, Cynthia 101, 211
Gibbons, Christine 91, 185
Giblin, Lee 113, 120, 211
Gibson, Kelly 16, 184
Giese, Michael 20, 21, 90, 111, 101,
Gililland, Robyn 145
Glass, Williams 114
Glauser, james 46, 50, 181, 184, 266
Glenn, Adrian 11, 66, 184, 190
Glover, Bryan 29, 184
Glover, Loretta 184
Goens, Pamela 184
Gokee, Lorita 177
Gomez, Rosario 102
Gonzales, Geanna 97, 128, 184
Gonzales, Marissa 184
Gonzalez, Gloria 91, 110, 111, 145,
Gonzalez, javier 96, 145
Gooch, Richard 57, 79, 212
Goodolf, Regina 92, 145
Goodroad, Barbara II3, 145
Goodwin, Barbara 94, 145, 143
Gordon, Kenneth 211
Gordon, Linda 145
Gordon, Romney 112
Gordon, Bruce 184
Governo, Darrin 58, 212
Governo, Deanna 90, 101, 114, 185
Gowans, Margaret Ann Ill, Ill
Gowin, jana 66, 127, 112
Gowin, jeff 92, 145
Graham, Brian 212
Graham, Crystal 113, 145
Grant, Willhm 102, 212
Grasso, Robert 185
Graves, Barbara 145
Graves, Paula 212
Graville, Cheryl 97, 185
Graville, Gayla 212
Gray, Karen 110, 146
Gray, Kevin 57, 70, 212
Gray, Cheryl 110
Gray, Lisa 103
Greaves, Denise 145
Greear, Coury 146
Green, Donna 229
Green, Eric xxx, 127, 146
Green, Paul 99, 146
Green, Todd 212
Green, Larry Jr. 112
Greene, Elizabeth 185
Greene, Jeffrey 146
Greene, Maria 185
Greene, Shelley 68, 69, 211
Greenlioltz, Dawn x66
Greenlee, Jodie 117, 111
Gtegan, Maureen 59, 185
Gregg, Dean 146
Gregory, Lissa 212
Gregory, Scott 146
Griffin, Catherine 99, 166
Grwin, Denise 75, 236
Griffin, Laura 59
Griffin, Mark 212
Griffin, Michelle 111
Griffin, Richard 45
Griffis, Lisa 99, 185
Griggeory, Franklin 45, 53, 146
Grijalva, Erie 212
Grosehel, Lisa 94, 119, 117, 185
Grunanger, Manfred xxo, 111
Guard, Mielxael 82, 185, 187
Guexl, Tum 92, 216
Gulden, Sandy 211
Golden, Sharon 117, 146
Gunnell, Robert 46, 118. 119
Gurney, Helene xxx, 146
Gurney, Wendy' xxx. 185
Guthrie, Greg 185
Gutiettel. Frederico 112
Gutierrez, Joe 185
Gutierrez, Richard 212
Gutierrez, Sonja 41, xoa. 185
Guy, Andy 55, 117, 185
Habxgliofst, Kirk 212
Htrrfduil, Ken 276
Hage, Hexde 3, 99, 166
Hage, Wettdy 112
Hagerty, Nlirhelle 79, 1111, 185
llalin, Ron 185
Hale, Delvlue III. 212, 116, 252
llale, Karen 98, xoo, 1118, 185
llale, Kun 1311, 1411
Hall, Bradley 77, 185
Hall, Kim 96, 243, 246
Hall, Wendy' 185
Halls, Reberca 29, xoo, 185
Halls, Ryan 117, 121, 11:
Harnlslin, Mary 94. 93. xoo, 185
Hamlow, Karen 99, xox, 185
Hamm, Erik xoz, 211
Hammons, Erica 97, 146
I-lance, Julie 97, Ill, 185
Hane, Melanie xo3, 146
Hanley, Lyman 146
Denise 97. 185
Hansen, John 11.0, 112
Hansen, Matthew 57, 114, 212
Hansen, Raimo 185
Hardin, Dale 120, 185
Hardin, Evelyn 120, 146
Michael 114, 112
Harman, Shauna 21, 94, 117, 212
Harmon, Brian 211
Harmon, Kelley xxo, 167
Harris, Brian 112
Harris, Camille 5, 14, 46, 6o, 91, 96, 1o8, 147,
Hart, Tonya 11:
Hartenstcin, Debra 111
Hartley, John 95, 185
Hartley, Shelley 99, 147
Hartzler, Kaylene 47, 91, 91, xxo
Harwell, Alicia 1o1, 113, 211
Haslip, Jennifer 97. 185
Hassell, Todd io, 75, 147
Hasslacher, Peter 186
Hatch, Carlet 92, 98, 119, 186
Hatfield, David 15. 33, 138, 147
Hawkins, Ernie 230, 231, 216, 266
Hxrnflrinx, Richard 236
Hawley, Dennis 99, 186
Hum, Kayle 50, 54, 236
Hayes, Deborah 186
Haynes, Aimee 61, ixo, 111, 186
Haynes, Heather 61, xxo, 111, 112
Haynie, Annalisn 41, 98, 114, 147
Hazlett, Mark 96, 97, 129, 147
Heady, Karin 186, 143
Heath, Dennis 122, 147
Hehdon, Michelle 25, 60, 21:
Hehdon, Truman 14, 77, 54, 186
Hecht, Gary 147
Heeker, Alana 111
Hector, Scott 112
Hedges, David 54, 186
Hefner, Steven 55, 186
Heil. Christine 186
11111, Gilbert Il 148
Hetnze, John 111, 110, 112
Heinzmann, Christopher 186
Hello Week 16, 17
Hrlmick, Brian 186
Helquist, xoo, 117, 186
Hemherger, Dean 63, 186, 236
Henderson, David 113
Hendrickson, Steven 57, 77, 113
Hennessey, Ken 63, 111, 186
Henry, David 55, 186
Hensley. Robert 213
Henson, Kristina 110, 111, 116, 186
Hentges, David 53, 186
H1-rderirk, James 148
Hernandez, Annalxsa 102. 186
Hernandez, Roland 148
Herron, Calvin 148, 132
Herron, Suzanne 16, 98, 109, 113
Hershey, Nliilxael 121, 148
Hrrxr, Hnwarfl 216
Hewson, Douglas 57. 213
Hey, Freddy 213
Hickman, Wendy' 186
Hicks, Kevin xzo, 186
Hicok, Gary 53, 111, 148
Hiesel, Daniel 213
Hiesel, John 122, 148
Hiesel, Robert 122
Higgins, John 113
Higgins, Lisa 119, 148
Higginson, Brian 53, 148, 166
Higginson, Brute 15, 17, 37. 90, 91, 195, 138,
Higgs, Anita 94, 98, 186
Hightree, Daryl 186
Higley, Calisra 186
Higuera, Catherine 82, 83, 213
Hiles, James 186
Hill, Burke 55, 186
Hill, Cristina x1o, 148
Hill, William 97
Hillger, Shawna 186
Hilfma, Herbert 236
Hillman, Shalimar 186
Hillmanton, Toni 213
Himes, Kristin 113
Husar, George 1 14
Hutson, Jason 53, 187
Hyslope, Janell 15, 19, 16, xoo, 108, 15o
Hinds, Michelle 213
Hines, Karl 110, 186
Hines, Paula 94, 168, 170. 266
Marsha II4, 213
Hix, Sandi 91, 187
Hoekett, Marcia 2 I3
Robyn 97. 148
Hoerrhler, Christopher 53, 96, 187
Hoffman, Kurt z I3
Hoffman, Rodney 213
Lisa 118, 119, 148
Holman, Gregory 112, 158
Holman, Lisa 28, 33, 92, 187
Holsinger, Harold 11 96, 148
oming Court 26, 27
oming Dance 28, 29
oming Float 30, 31
Homeroom Council 123
Hon, Lisa 117, 187
Hon, Lori 213
Honor Awards 246, 247
Hooker, Rhonda 213
Hooper, Lucy 213
Hoopes, Sheila 187
Hopkins, Doreen 65, 124, 187
Hopkins, Stephen 148
Horky, Jol1n 148
Ho1:ne, Deron 213, 215
Hossark, David 98, 99, 213
Houghton, Debra 187
Houghton, Denise 187
Householder, Kirk 187
Housholcler, Sandra 90,
Houston, Donna 149
Howard, Scott 213
Howard, Krisko 17, 91, 124
Hoy, David 149
Hoy, Kelly 91, 149
are 12.2, 149
Hoy, Ronnie 57, 1.13
Hoyt, Michael 79
Clint 38, 149
Faith 119, 187
Hudson, Marr 149
H iid 10 rx,
Frank 122, 236
Hudzietz, Steven 149
Huff, Sherri 149, 142, 243
Hughes, Anthony 149
Hughes, Steven 187
Hughes, Thomas 213
Hughes, Donald xxo, 113
1, Deanna xoo, 103. xo5, 149
Hull, Amanda zo, 102, 213, 214
1o5, 111, 187
Indian Club 125
Ingersoll, Larry 214
lngrulram, Dr. Rolland 228
lnnamurafo, Conu 216
Irwin, Mark 214
jackson, Clrurlr 236
Jackson, John 57, 72, 73, 214
laclrson, Mike 236, 64
James, Cynthia 214
James, Johanssen 64, 187, 214
James, Michael 127
James, Randy 114
Inekle, Albrecht 236
jamie, Christine 236
Jamieson, James 26, 53, 187
Janda, Robert 187, 200
Janisch, Nancy 97, 15o
Jaquette, James 150
Jaramillo, Frank xoz, 214
Jarvis, John 114
Jasmine, Jacqes 187
Jazz Ensemble 115
Jeffery, Eric 7o, 187
Jenkins, Mark 150
Jenks, Kimberly x2o, 187
Jensen, Chad 77, 214
Jensen, Michael 94, 114
Jensen, Richard 117
Jessie, Owen 214, 57
Jewett, Paul 114
Jewett, Sharlene 2 I4
Johann, Joni 2 14
Andrew 64, 15o
Annmarie 97, 15o
Johnson, Christopher 214
Cynthia 99, 117, 114
Diana 117, 124, 214
Eric 53, 74, 75, 187, 114
Kenneth 53, 55, 96
Rodney 118, 119, 15o
Susan 98, 188
Hull, Amy IIO, 236
Hull, Hillary 113
Huff, Pam 105
Hull, Zachary 187
Huls, Daniel 99. 187
Humble, Jefery 58. 213
Humphrey, Angela 114
Hunsaker, Lori 187
Hurier, Victor 16, 118, 149
Johnson, Susan R. 96, xoo, 107, 129, ISO
Johnson, Theresa 150
Johnson, Todd sr. 77,791 214
David Jr. 188
Dale 98, 99, 214
Jones. Debra 150
Jones, Jeffrey 63, 150
Jones, Jim 214
Jones, Jodi 214
Jones, John 150
Jones, Kimberly 59, 214
Jones, Laurie 96, 117, 214
Jones, Leslie 188
Jones, Nathan 214
Jones, Neal 57, 73, 215
Jones, Norman 215
Jones, Renee 215
Jones, Suzette 91, 117, 150
Jones, Ray 110
Jorgensen, Penny 111, 215
Jose, Thoedore 188
Josephson, Donna 215
Joy, Todd 55, 118, 119, 188, 194
Judd, Larry 188
Judd, Stephen 57, 188
Junior Officers 176
Junior Section 176-201
Kaiser, Gary 122, 150
Kalinlte, Kathleen 215
Kannenberg, Wesley 150
Karr, Ginger 215
Karr, Jennifer 96, 215
Karzen, Lorilir 27, 92, 111, 15o
Karzen, Paul 111
Kasprzyk, Paul 53. 73. 74. 188, 199, 240
Kasprzylt. Sylvia 10, 92, 112, 123, 1
246, 252. 266
Kaufman, Lisa 68, 69, 188
Keast, Brian 151
Keast, Vicki 69, 215, 232
Keele, Michael 188
Keefe. Kcleigh 112, 188. 252
Keehr, Holly 100, 111, 151
Keeling, Kristen 116, 215
Keely, John Q2
Kegler. Glenn 122
Keller, lim 57
Kelly, Brian 53, 151
Kellogg, Gcrogc 215
Kelly, Jody 103, ISI
Kempf, Christina 103, 108, 151
Kempton, Kip 75, 96, 140, 151
Kenipton. Lara 98, 114, 215
Kennedy, Andrew 215
Kennedy, D.1rlene 211, 215
Kennedy, Mary 120, 215
Kent, Christopher 188
Kerelult, Kimberly 151
Kernagis, John 54, 188
Kernagis, Milte 57, 215
Kertigan, Marlt 99, 151
Kessler, Kelly 215
Key Club 91
Kieffer, Richard 57, 215
Kieslcr, Michael 188
Kiesler, Niltlci 215
Kimhall, Linda 99, 188
King, Joe 151
King, Nancy 117, 215
Kinnaman. Elizabeth 152
Kinnartl, Lisa 188
Kinnear, Kathleen 111, 151
Kinnear, William 98, 111, 215
Kinney, Kim 152
Kinseth. Brenda 152
Kipp, Tim 236
Kirlt, Lynn 188
Kirsch, Laurinda 79, 152
Kivell, Arlene 236
Kleiner, folm 57, 236
Klingaman, Pam 38, 188
Klinger, Lisa 115
Klopshinslte, Sheri 96, 100, 188
Knudsen, Rhonda 110, 152
Knudsen, Tony 215
Koberna, Riel: 54
Kobie, Meredith 152
Kobir, Roger 188
Kobza, Lisa 61, 99, 215
Koehler, Camille 216
Koehler, Joseph 99, 152, 247
Koellner, Carol 188
Koons, Terril 34, 188
Koernig, Lori 188
Kohlhase, Katherine 188
Kolbie, Eric 55
Kolhepp, James 48, 75, 96, 152
Komniclt, Joseph 188 1
Koncar, Stuart 152
Kotula, Richard 215
Koy, Edward 216
Kraemer, Barbara 152
Kramer, Don 4, 53, 237
Kreamier, Tari 99, 15:
Kronborg, Trent 120, 216
Krueger, Darrell 79, 189
Kruesltamp, William 189
Kuchniclti, Phillip 189
Kunaselt, Karrin M. 90, 91, 92,
153, 246, 251
Andrew 99, 102, 189
Kundr, Bruce 237
Kuntz, Tom 152
Kurus, John 152
Lafler, Jeffery 120, 189
Lahaie, James 152
Lalte, Lyndra 120
Lambert, Kenneth 151
Lambert, Laura 216
Lambert, Williani 216
Lambright, Marvin 117, 152
Lambright, Michele 216
Lambson, Dennis 102, 189
Lambson, Nathan 57
Lamhson, Phillip 216
LaMorte, Donna 3, 91, 92, 112,
LaMorte, Jody 92, 189
LaMorte, Leslie 216
LaMorte, Stacy 27, 152
Lamparella, Raymond 216
Lancaster, David 189
lamazrler, Ethel 237
Lancuclti, Steven 216
Lane, Dorlha 237
Lane, George 189
Lane, Marla 153
Lang, Simon 53, 153
Langenecltert, Lisa 96, 216
Lanham, Barbara 120, 153
Lantz, Chip 53, 75, 153
Lantz, Karmel 102. 116, 216
LaPuma, Salvatore III 189
Larson, Cathy 189
Larson, Julie 105, 119, 153
Larson, Kari 99, 216
189, 200, 266
Larson, Marla 216
Larson. Rowena 120, 237
Las Concionistas 116
Las Contantcs 117
Las Mariposa: 116
Las Palomitas 117
Lavtlle, Kim 216
Lavelle, Tammy 216
Lawrence, Cynthia 189
Lawson, Bonnie 97, 190
Lawson, Candace 98, 11 1, 153
Lawson, Lane 41, 216
Lax, Ronald 237
Lay, Lrtha 216
Layton, Lisa 98, 99, 101, 114, 153
Layton, Michael 153
Lazarolf, Greg 216
Lazarolf, Kristen 110
Leasure, Donovan 111 111, 216
LeBar0r1, Elise 91, 92, 100, 102, 153
Ledingham, Eva 110, 111, 189
Ledingham, Marlr 153
Lee, Adam 189
Lee, Carmen 94, 113, 117, 127, 153
Lee, Casey 63, 189
Lee, Daniel 153
Lloyd, foe 233, 237
Lochhead, Edward 78, 79, 190
Lock, Jeffrey 154
Loelt, Paul 217
Loeffler, Brian 99, 120, 217
Loeffler, Mary 122, 154
Lofgran, Mary 155
Logan, Lori 190
Logsdon, Christina 162
Laney, Daniel 297
Long, Richard 57
Long, Stephen 77, 217
Lopez, David 190
Lopez, Gary 155
Lopez, Ruth 59, 124, 190
Lorenzo, Lance 217
Long, Richard 99, 111, 119, 190
Lott, Laura 81, 155
Lott, Rex 217
Lotrs, Michele 92, 100, 190
Loughrey, John 190
Loughrey, Wendy 82, 217
Lovins, Scott 155
Lower, Toni 127, 155
Lowinslte, Louann 217
Lozano, Tomas 3, 155
Lee, Lavaun 189
Leele, Brian 57, 216
Legg, Troy 189
Legrady, Lorna 98, 154
Lemoine, Joel 102, 189
Lenhardt, Antoinette 216
Lentine, Michael 189
Leonard, Marsha 127, 154
Leonard, Michael 116
Leonard, Sara 99, 111, 189
Leonard, Troy 99
Lepianlra, Daniel 99, 117, 189
Lesueur, Lisa 98, 189
Leszczynslci, Allison 154
Levenda, Marlr 189
Levine, Graee 237
Lewiclti, Mary 111, 154
Lewis, Alvin 189
Lewis, Aurelia 216
Lewis, Christopher 55, 95, 189
Lewis, Gary 57, 116
Lewis, La Nea Merie 100, 154
Lewis, Jay 97
Lewis, Mark 154
Lewis, Talmage 216
Ludington, Raymond l90
Lundblom, Steven 99, 190
Lundquest, Kurt 155
Lunt, Berkley 190
Lunt, Robert 217
Lunt, Shane 57
n, Brenda 217
Lynn Joy 99, 111, 217
Lynn, Lisa 105, 190
Lyon, Richard 112, 190
Lytlr, Denice 160, 190
Maccubbin, Scott 99, 190
Marewen, William IV 217
Madden, Shay 117, 190
Maffucci, Jill 155
Magmder, Anne 237
Main, Jeff 190
Maine, Carlita 217
Maine, Trina 155
Major, Marjorie 217
Lewis, Tammi 216
Lewis, Vincent 216
Lewis, Wayne 154
Lientz, Cass 53, 154
Lillard, Thomas 189
Lillard, Walter 154
Lindsay. Robert 189
Lindseth, Christopher 98, 99, 114, 154
Line, Marle 114, 120
Linenfelser, Mary 91, 117, 189
Linsenmann, Ivan 154
Litlte, Daniel 190
Little, Robert 120, 190
Lirtler, Kenneth 99, 112
Lirzoky, Andre.: 237
Lizdas, Diana 98, 154
Lizdas, Richard 111, 217, 242, 243
Llewellyn, John 33, 112, 190
Llewellyn, Patriclt 217
Lloyd, Christopher 154
Lloyd, Jeffrey 3, 17, 79, 98, 99, 15
Lloyd, Dr. David 228
Malo, Michelle 190
Mancini, Michael 27, 53, 155
Mandarino, Anthony 217
Manga-ris, Niltlti 124, 217
Mann, Carrie 155
Mann, Melissa 116, 217
Manslte, Ralph 156
Manuel, Lynelle 114, 217
Manuel, Tami 125, 156
Mara, James 53, 91, 156
Marcus, Lori 190
Maready, Susan 100, 105, 111, 190
Mariage, Deana 100, 117, 190
Marion, Jennifer 92, 97, 190, 240
Marion, Koren 40, 41, 94, 100, 117, 156
Markham, Bruce 156
Marlrham, Darwin 156
Markham, Heather 92, 98, 217
Marltovic, Karl 190
Marler, Violet 217
Marquard, Jody 94, 114, 117
Marsh, James 77, 217
Marsh, Joel 190
Marsh, john M. 188, 190
Marsh, john T. 70, 111, 156
Marshall, Dawn 111, 156, 243
Marshall, Debra 99, 101, 217
Marshall, Kim 156
Martin, Carolyn 217
Martin, Sherri 156
Martin, Stephanie 49, 110, 156
Martinek, Lawrence 111, 156
Martines, Catherine 61, 90, 99, 114, 217
Martinez, Gilbert 97. 156
Martinez, James 24, S3
Martinez, Michael 24, 53, 156
Mask, Rhonna 217
Maron, MaryBe1h 237
Mason, Tomela 190
Masters, Terry 96, 105, 190
Matador Band 114
Matteo, Paula 191
Matteson, jeffrey 217
Matteson, Max 156
Matteson, Tammy 190
Matticc, Sylvia 191
Mattingly. Kimherly 90, 91, 117, 127, 191
Matuck, Camille 125
Maughan, Sonya 191
Mauldin, Darren 156
Mawhy, Karl 156
Mayor's Youth Committee 90
McBride, Rurr 237, 232
McConnell, Shawn 191
McCain, Lisa 98
McClellan, David 77, 99, 191
McClellan, Pamela 114
McCormick, James 217
McCormick, Sandy 237
McDaniel, jenna 92, 218
McDaniel, Mikc 99
McDermott, Glenn 91
McDonald, Michelle 118
Mtlfarchern, jeffrey 98, 99, 191
McFall, Susan 218
McFarland, Steven 191
McGee, Rosemary 99, 156
McGough, Wendy 98, 114, 115
rwtffmrrn, 1'Vl11ry 237
Mt-Innes. Cynthia 156
Mrlnnes. Susanne 98. 118
fllrlririre, lam: 237
Mrlntosh, Dehora 191
Mrlntyre, joni 117, 218
Mtlienna, Kris 191
M1Kt-1111.1, Lt-anne 103, 157
lVlt'Kron, lxdargaret 218
Krliron, Rehecta 120, 101
M1Kcrna11, Susan 92, 157, :oh
Mercurio, Angela 29, 92, 124, 191
Meredith, Pamela 157
Merritt, Melissa 157
Merry Merry, Renee 218
Mescroll, Richard 127, 191
Messmer, Cynthia 113, 157
Metzler, Kevin 191
Meyers, Chuck 55
Micharlsen, Tim 191
Michcletti, Gino 96, 129, 157
Middlebrough, Karen 218
Middleton, Esther 237
Milano, Raymond 157
Miles, Gregory 157
Benjamin 218, 222
Miller, Bob I0, 237, 239
Miller, Devon 117, 176, 191
Miller, Marcy 64, 90, 124, 218
Miller, Michael 112, 192, 196, 253
Miller, Ronnie 54, 55, 76, 77, 192
Miller, Tammy 218
Millett, Karen 192
Millross, Julie 99, 192
Mills, Donna 238
Mills, james 98, 192
Mills, Michelle 94, 116, 218
Mills, Randall 63, 99, 218
Mills, Richard 158
Mills, Stephanie 218
Milstone, Stephanie 158
Milts, Ronda 158
Minjares, Samuel 191
Miranda, Cecilia 92
Miranda. Jesse 192, 233
Thomas 76, 77, 96, 192
Timothy 77, 218
Moeser, Brian 192
lllonk, Sally 116, 238
Monte, Timothy 218
Monnerth, Lori 94, 106, 158
Montietth, Sl1cr1 192
Monrijo, Melissa 158
lllomly. Brrrdell 92, 102, 233, 238
Moody, Keith 53. 70, 71, 129, 158
Moore, Amy 39, 111, 124, 192
Nloorc, Fred 19:
Moore, Kristin 11, 19, 66, 218
Moore, Nlelissa 192
Mcliinion, Robhin 1 S7
McKinney, Jeanette 218
McLain, Beau 191
McLr'vain, Billie Jo 218
McL1-vain, Martha 125
McMullen, Dana 157
lVltMurty, Martin 1 S7
McNe1:r, Erin 157
McNerr, Kristen 218
McNeil, Susan 218
.lima 97' '57
Meade, Shirley 237
Mealer, Mia 191
Medina, Christina 2 18
Medina, Lupita 102, 218
Mcflcrd, Bryan 218
Mcinert, Timothy 191
Meininger, Lisa 96, 218
Mercer, Daniel 191
Morales. Cynthia 97, 158
Morales, Elizabeth 158, 192
Morales, Patricia too, 103
Morehouse, Christopher 16, 57, 77, 116, 218
Morten, Robbie 192
Morten, Timothy 218
Morris, Mary 237
Morris, Michael 192
Morris, Sherilyn 218
Mortensen, Andrea 158
Mortensen, Wayne 57, 218
Moses, Tina 69, 80, 192
Mountain View Administratio
Mucha, Kenneth 57, 81, 219
Mulera, David 121
Mullins, Melinda 102, 117, 193
Mumford, Michael 19, 99, 158
Mumford, Scott 58
Murgatroyd, Thad 120, ZIQ
Murphy, Diana 238
n 230, 231
Murphy, Kathleen 58, 94, 110
Murphy, Mike 193
Murphy, Pat 158
Murphy, Pauline 238
Murray, .lana 158
Murrell, Delana 219, 241
Murrell, Stephen 77, 155, 193
Musgrove, Kaley 219
Myers, Dirk 94, 119, 120, l93
Myers, Chuck 158
Myers, Robert 40, 94, 117, 119
Myers. Tom 238
Mykytyn, Lee 219
Mykytyn, Peter III 55, 193
Nadeau, Dorothy 94, 95, 238
Nahs, Kiel 158
Naltai, Felicita 158
Nash, Eric 119
Navarrette, Edward 102, 195
Navarrette, Raquel 81, 219
Naylor, James 158
Needham, Lawrence 25, 159
Needham, Tony 98, 114, 193
Neis, john 159
Neis, Mary 219
Neiswender, Tammy 159
Neiswender, Wade 77, 219
Neiswender, Warren 219
Nelson, Carol 193
Nelxan, Cheryl 88, II3, 238
Nelson, Daniel 77, 193
Nelson, Glen 119, 159
Nelson, jennifer 193
Nelson, Susan 99, 116, 117, Z1
Nelson, Susan A. 219
Newendylte, Craig 159
Newland, julie 100, 193
Newman, Richard 159
Newman, Shanlyn 92, too, 193
Newth, Russell 16, 117, 219
Newth, Veronica 60, 98, 99, 193
Newton, Robin 97, 193
Newton, Todd 219
Newton, Tony 219
Nez, Charlotte 193
Nicastro, Patrick 159
Nichols, Brett 57, 71, 73, 219
Nickell, Julie 59, 159
Nickshlill 112, 193
Nicks, Julie 159, 243
Nicks, Shelly 91, 108, 159
Nicoll, Gregory 111, 159
Nielson, Christopher 53, IOS, 159
Nielson, Heather 61, 193
Nielson, fill 117, 219
Nielson, Tanya 193
Niemic, Suzanne 110, 193
Nilsson, Nanette 193
Nino, Diana 102, 193
Noble, Jacqueline 99, 101, 193
Noble, Melanie 99, 101, II7, 219
Noe, Andrea 96, 98, 219, zzz
Noe, Lourie 99, 101, 114, 160
Norris, Carol 160
Norris, Douglas l6O
Norris, Michael 64
Nonbey, Berry 238
Norton, Bill 238
Norton, Diane 90, 99, 105, 111,
Norton, Treclt 160
Nossett, Teresa 99, 193
Nowak, Brian 79, 92, 193
Newell, Caroline 193
Nuciloro, Beckey 193
Nutt, Stacy 193
Nybo, Tony 193
Nystrom 57. 77, 219
Olmstead, Shere 193
Olsen Debbie 238
Olsen, Deborah 114, 160, I 93
Olson, Frederick 160
Olson, Sherry 102, 219
Michael 92, l60
Freddy 57, 731 219
Ortega, Thomas 114, 160
Ortiz, Ismael 55, 194
Oftil. Juan 571 79, 219
Ortiz, Patricia 101, 219
O'Brien, Kelly 193
O'Brien, Sharon 219, 142, 243
O'Bryant, Lucinda 110, Ill, 194
O'Connor, Kimberly 90, 91, 92,
O'C0nn0r, Laureen 91, 194
O'Dell, Michael 73, 170, 119
O'Dell, Vickie 117, 160
O'Haver, Donna 238
Op Shop 248, 249
Orrrelay, Pam 238
Ortllmd, Donna 231, 233
Osborn, Michelle 194
Osbom, Stephanie 102, l60
Osborne, Sandra 161
Fredrick 105, 160
Oswald, Philene 114, 219
Out-of-School 34, 38, 35, 39
Overstreet, Monique 160
Overton, Kathy 160
Owne, Teresa 114, 219
David 73, 219
Owsley, David 2 I9
Owsley, Lisa 110, 160
Oxborrow, jill 96, too, 102, 160
Paap, Thomas 160
Paddock, Vemon 194, 243
Padgett, Ruth 194
Padgett, Tammy 194
Marie 2 I9
Paine, jeff 97
, Donna 219
Daniel 53, 70, 194
Robin 33, 110, 160
Athena 98, ZIQ
Papuna, Michael 194
Parcler, Cheryle Ill, 194
jesse 4, 11, 12, 11, 111, is,
Parker, Monica 161
Parker, Robert 4, 12, 13, 53, l6l
105, Ill, l60
Parry, Shaun 77, 117, 219
Parry, Troy 98, 161
Parsell, Gary 114, 220
Gffsofv 77. 194
Heidi 40, 94, 194
Patsone, Laguinn 98, Ill, 114, 194
Paschke, james no
Passantem, john 79, 194
Passarella, Andrea 68, 69, 92, 220
Passey, Lorilee 108, 194
Patrick, Michelle 91, 108, 161
Pattea, Darrell 125, 194
Pattea, Dorinda 125, 120
Pattea. Steven 161, 124
Paxton, Bryan 53, 112, 161, 175
Paya, james 77
Payne, Lisa 161
Payne, Marion fjayj 55, 194
Peavey, Lana 40, 161
Pechuli, Raymond 57, 77, 125, no
Pedersen, james 102
Peel, Barbra 111, 117, 194
Pegler, Alison 194
Pellcy, Kimberly 220
Pembcr, Anthony 220
Pandle, Annette 82, I02, 220
Penski, Adam 92
Pennell, Allison 25, 194
Pep Club 113
Perkins, Kristy Ill, 194
Perkins, Lydia 98, 220
Perkins, Ronald 63, 161, 220
Perkins, Ronald 120
Perlrinson, Amy 100, 108, 194
Perlinson, David 73, 220
Pt-rlman, Brenda 161
Susan 51, 58, 195
Perri, Lisa 103, 161
Perry, David 10, 224, 238
Perry, Troy 9, 99
Peters, Stephanie IOS, 162
Petersen, Matthew 220
Peterson, Desiree 117, 195
, Malaena 138, 162
Peterson, Mark 195
Petruck, George 54, 195, 197
Pew, Lorianne 48, 66, 67, 195
Pfeifer, Heather 98, 99, 101, 112, 1
Phair, Gregory 55, 99, 195
Phelps, Kimberly 92, 220
Phillips, Dan 220
Phillips, Wendy Ill, 114, 220
Phoenix, Paul 58, 96, 195, 266
Pico, julie 59, 124, 195
Pineda, Aron 53, 195
Pinkerton, Bonnie 99, 162
Piper, Dennis 37, 71, 238
Pitts, Michael 63, 99, 195
Picon, Trim 98
Plotzc, james too, 108, 163
Plunkett, Marcy 114, 195
Pagal, Helen 103, 238
Pollmiller, David 63, 195
Pollock, Kristi 94, 220
Pomeroy, Patrick 228
Parco, Maryjane 162
Porteous, William 195
Porter, joe 229
Porter, Kimberly 220
Porter, Louis 220
Porter, Marilec 116, 220
Pothicr, Paul z2o
Pothier, Robert 15, 17, 47, 90, 91, IOS,
Potter, Evelyn 162
Potter, Rhonda 195, 198
Powell, Eric 70, 220
Powcll, Gary 220
Powell, Wendy 162
Powers, Michael 195
Pour, Greg 229
Prcchtel, David 220
Prechtel, Laura 91, 127, 162
Prater, Pam 238
Premiere - 100
Price, Linda 220
Priest, Lisa 220
Priester, Cynthia 195
Prigge, Michael 220
Prigge, Wendy 60, 124, 195
Prince, Robert 58, 162
Pringle, julie 96, 111, 221
Pryor, Robert 40, 110, 111, 117, 221
Psenski, Adam 102, 162
Pshak, judy 82, 221
Puckett, Donna 116, 221
Puebla, Sandra 195
Pulzato, john 162
Quick, Kevin 99, 121, 195
Quihuiz, Becky 102, 195
Quindry, Michele 97, 162
Quitk, Lisa 102, 110
Quotslcuyva, Leland 125
Quotskuyva, Louanna 125
Rademacher, Laura 114, 221
Rader, Richard 114, 238
Rader, Richard jr. 44, 53, 111, 195
Radley, Christine 116, 221
Rahn, Kelly l03, 162
Ramsey, jeffrey 196
Randall, Richard 57, 77, 221
Randt, Thomas 196
Rangel, Charlene 107, 162
Rangel, Peter 57, 77, 221
Rapier, Andy 57
Rapier, Delbert 221
Rapier, Donna 97, 105, 118, 119, 162
Rapp, Susan 211
Rathburn, Regina 196
Ratltowski, Cheryl 91, 92, 102, 196
Ray, jeffrey 29, 162
Ray, Michelle 44, 99, 196
Rayo, Susan 65, 196
Rector, Dawn 162
Rector, Rebecca 196
Redding, Kathy 66, 67, 196
Redding, Susan 66, 221
Redondo, Doug 221
Redondo, Lisa 117, 162
Reed, Tezera 221
Regester, jeff 5o, 63, 97, 163
Register, Mark 63
Reh, Robert 77, 221
Reidhead, Angela 116
Reidhead, Boyd 196
Reidhead, Randy 57, 221
Reinhardt, Andrew 163
Reis, Peter 122, 163
Renaud, Lisa 221
Renfrow, jodi 113, 121
Retting, Rhonda 110, 163
Rezler, Christopher 57, Ill, 221
Rhein, Bryan 99, 196
Rhein, Tina 163, 246
Rhinehart, Vicki 99, 221
Rhodes, Chanin 120, 221
Riccoboni, David 196
Rice, Rex 33, 105, 237, 238
Richards, Gayle 238
Richardson, jennifer 19, 102, 107, 163
Richardson, jessica 98, 109, 221
Richardson, Karen 103, 163
Richardson, Kurt 73, 121
Richardson, Tammy 117, 163
Richarme, Tonya 22, 197
Richie, Heidi 114, 196
Richie, Paul 114, 120, 2 1
Riehl, Mitchell 114, 196, 221
Rigby, Penny 22 1
Riggs, Charl 57, 73, 221
Rilling, Chris' 238
Ripley, Bill 221
Riutta, Dale 114
Robbins, Dana 121, 221
Roberson, Terri 99, 164
Roberts, Gaylene 96, 1oo, 107, 196
Roberts, Kathy 164
Roberts, Sheryl 117, 221
Robertson, Teresa 113, 196
Robideau, Eric 196
Robison, janine 164
Robinson, Katina QMiaj 221
Ralrinmn, Reed 238
Rodriguez, Roberto 79, 196
Rodriguez, Teresa 164
Rodriguez, Wilma 120, 164
Roe, Ian 121
Rogers, Darrin 196
Rogers, Wayne 196
Romay, Gary 114, 222
Rosati, Annemarie 124, 222
Rosati, Michael 89, 127, 164
Rose, james 222
Rosenberger, Rusty 64, 65, 222
Roskell, Anne 90, 105, 121, 196
Ross, Andrew 164
Ross, Kevin 112
Ross, Susan 222
Rost, john 98, 99, 164, 233
Rouse, Holly Ann 90, 113, 196
Rowe, Shane 111, 197
Roy, Philip 127, 122
Rucltle, Stephen 222
Rudd, Melvin 238
Rudy, Mark 222
Rundal, Eric 97, 221
Runnenberg, Lezlea 69, 222
Runzo, Scott 53, 91, 164, 267
Rusk, Andrea 98, 222
Rusk, Paula 98, 164
Rusell, Robert 3, 17, 79, 99, 164, 247
Saba, Veronica 222
Sabin, Andrew 75, 96, 164
Sabourin, Denise 222
Sabourin, Lisa 197
Sacco, Patricia 222, 225
Saclrett, Monica 197
Sacramento, Amy 222
Sage, Lorraine 102, 124, 197
Saggio, Dklr 238
Saggio, Richard 77, 222
Sakmar, julian 97, 164
Salas, David 164
Salasberry, Lori 99, 197
Salerno, john 222
Salyers, Sheri 222
Samaniego, Martin 34, 54, 197
Sampedro, Yvette 99, 105, 197
Sanchez, joe 197
Sanchez, Maria 97, 164
Sanchez, Patricia 3, 96, too, 107,
Sanders, Ray 57, 112
Sanderson, Tim 99, 118, 164
Sandhurst, Charles 119, 164
Sands, Robin 164
Sanft, Israel 57, 99, 223
Sanofsky, Pauline 59, 97, 165
Santucci, joseph 222
Sarlo, Debie 165
Saum, Andrew 197
Saunders, Grace 222
Saunders, Kent 99, 192
Saunders, Lanae 59, 81, 165
Sawyers, Sheila 197
Scafanla, Don 47, 78, 79, 238
Schafer, Stoney 197
Scoreboard 86, B7
Scheef, Lisa 165
Scheer, Hank 97, 238
Schellenberg, David 223
Schelenberg, Roland jr. 165
Schmidt, Diane 165
Schmidt, Mary 120, 123
Schmidt, Earl III 99, 197
Schmitz. Martin 165
Schneider, David 96, 165
Schneider, Kenneth 197
Schoeler, Stacy 223
Scholtz, Rob 197
Schramm, jeffrey 165
Schroeder, Paul 95, 165
Schuh, Carrie 79, 165
Schuh, Michael 57, 79, 223
Schuster, Kurt 123
Schuster, Linda 51, 66, 165
Schwanbeck, Cheryl 91, 92, 166
Schwanbeck, Scott 55, 197
Schwarz, Stella 197
Schweppe, Sharon 68, 69, 81, 99, 223
Science Club 121
Scott, lay 238
Scott, Kelly 1
Scott, Robert 64
Scars, Richard 119, 166
Secondo, Karen 166
Secondo, Scott 99, ll7, 223
Seely, Kay 116, 220, 223
Segal, Christopher 223
Sehulster, Keith 197
Seiferth, james 79, 98, 99, 166
Self, Billi 82, 223
Self, Bobbi 42, 118, 119, 166
Sellers, Courtney 44
Sellstrom, Dawn 99, 111, IQ7
Seneseall, Anthony 57, 123
Senior Officers 130
Senior Section 130475
Sermons, Greg 37, 73, 218
Skabelund, Shari 99, 223
Shaffer, Ellen 90, 1o5, 121, 197
Shalley, Michael 207, 223
Shalley, Michelle IQ7
Sharbutt, Barbara 197
Sharpy, Thomas 4, 51, 53, 74, 75, 9o, 166
Shearin, Stephen 63, 105, 111, 127, 166
Sheets, Nathan 41, 95, 105, 166, 246, 247
Sheets, Dawn 111, 197
Sheldon, Vickie 45, 65, 91, 124, 176, 197
Shell, Tyler 49, 57, 223
Shelton, Carey 114
Shepard, Suzanne 197
Shepherd, Franklin IQ7
Shepherd, Gina 89, 94, 117, 197
Sherman, Christine 66, 105, 197
Shidler, Brian 213
Shields, David 55, 197
Shields, fran Il, 239
Shields, Roy 22 3
Shihady, Rodney 57, 223
Shill, Curt 197
Shill, Lori IDS, 119, 130, 166
Shill, Norm 81, 219
Shinn, Diane 110, 166
Shoop, Laura 223
Shope, Darren 223
Shope, Duane 99, 197
Shreeve, Mitchell 166
Shreve, Kenny 166
Sickmiller, Kim 53, 166
Siegumfeldt, Helen 110, 111, 116
Sien, Richard 197
Sikora, Heidi 112, 113, 166, 243
Sikora, Tracy 99
Silver, Benjamin 57, 77
Simmons, Michael 77, 223
Simms, Barbara 166
Simonovic, Aleksandar 79, 223
Simpson, Kenton 55, 198
Sims, Douglas 166
Singleton, Teri 223
Singley, Jeffery 198
Sirrine, Sharec loo, 117, 198
Sivertsen, Sheryl 223
Slti Club 92
Skidmore, Janine 198
Skousen, Carrie 117, 214, 223
Skousen, John 55. 198
Skouscn, Robert 213
Skousen, Shawna 96. 107, 166
Slade. Darwin 166
Slade, Tamara 116, 223
Slade, l'V.zyne 239
Slim, Latvcrda 166
Slushcr, Roni: Maru- 198
Smith, Brent 213
Smith, Brian 57, 223
Smith, Craig 57, 223
Smith, Danna 167
Smith, David 239
Smith, Dawn 167
Smith, Elizabeth 167
Smith, Gary 224
Smilb, Gayle 239
Smith, Dr, George 228
Smith, Jerry 77, 198
Smith, Jimmy 99, 198
Smith, Kathryn 167
Smith, Laverda 167
Smith, Lisa 97, 167
Smith, Robert 3, 223
Smith, Rodney 118, 119, 167
Smith, Shad 167
Smith, Sheryl 122, 127, 167
Smith, Timothy 167
Travis 63, 97, 198
Smith, Troy 198
Smith, Wayne 224
Snodgrass, Steve 167
Snow. jack 239
Snowden, Shaun 168
Snyder, Angela 168
Snyder, Eric 168
Snyder, Scott 198
Sobal, Shari 198
Soboski, Shari 198
Softball, J.V. girls 82,-83
Softball, Varisty girls 80-81
Solano, Ana 98, 198
Solano, Fernando 168
Somody, Deborah 11o, 168
Soniur, Dove 58, 239
Soohoo, Garran 92, IOS, 111, 168
Sophomore Elections 20-21
Sorenson, Lynn II7, 224
Sorenson, Rex 54, 198
South, Billy 59
Southern, Barbara 198
Southern, Kenneth 224
Southworth, Laurie 61, 117, 198
Sturt, Helen 239
Strader, Michael 75, 169
Straub, Barbara 198
Straziscar, Gina 99, 198
Srreib, Laura 97, 169
Stroble, Randy 224
Stuart, Bob 198
Student Council 104
Suabe, joe 198
Summers, Tonna 224
Sumner, Carol 224
Sutherland, Scott 20, 21, 77, 202, 216, 224, 226
Sutton, Lisa 224
Svet-n, Dennis 224
Swaba, Maureen 169
Swan, Steve 99, 224
Swanson, Trevor Ill, 169
Sweador, Christine 118, 119, 169
Swimming and Diving, Boys 62-63
Swimming and Diving, Girls 60-61
Swinehart, Karen 99, 111, 198
Symphonic Orchestra 98
Spain. Sherri 224
Spaulding, Tim 168
Spaulding, Linda 214
Spear, Lawrence 53, 118, 119, 198
Spencer, Allen 224
Sports Division 50-51
Springer, Michael 16, 27, 44, 53, 168
Sprouse, Carol 103, 168
Sprouse, Mary 224
St Louis Dean 57 224
St Louis Rhonda 110 169
St Onge P1ul'Vlariel 198
Staff Collage 252-253
Talbott, james 224
Tanner, Kenneth 164
Tatum, Debora 103, 169
Tawzer, Maria 17o
Taylor, Craig 70, 71, 17o
Taylor, Jodi l7O
Taylor, Lisa 24, 90, 1o9, 224
Taylor, Michael 198
Taylor, Susan 90, 239
Anthony Jr. 55,
Trbrich, Tricia 11o, 170
Tempel, Tammberly 109, 224,
Tennant, Jeffrey 114, 22
Tennison, Bradley 54, 55, 199
Tewksbury, Bob 224
Standage, David 73, 224
t, Becky 119, 198
Squires, Michael 70, 105, 168
Stapley Administration 8-229
Stapley, izinaazi ,ox
Robert 90, 97, 168
Steele, Jeffery 224
Steffen. jackie 165
Steill, Kip 224
Stein, Eric 94, 95, 1111, 168
Stcmhoif, Michelle 98, 198
nder, Kimala 39, 168
Stcinwinder, Karen 168
Stenmarlr, Tom 92
Steven, Frank 198
Stephenson, Brian 168
Stephenson, Cheryl 99, 198
Stevanovic, Goran 2 24
Stevens, Todd 168
, Baird Ir. 99
Stevenson, Jay 224
Stewart, Bethany 65, 11o, 1o2, 198
, Christine 59, 1oo, 168
, john 198
Stewart, Ronald 114, 169
Stewart, Tracy 65, II7, 124, 169
Stirling, Lorrie 103, 169
Stock, Bill 239
Stockton, Jacqueline 224
, Richard 224
Stole, Shawn 169
Thomas, Craig 97, 170
Thomas, David 90, 111, 199
Thorn.-is, Gregory 18, 94, 17o
Thomas, Laura 111, 224
Thomas, Stacy II6, 224
Thomas, Michael 57
Thnmes, Robin 170
Thompson, loanne 225
Thompson, Michael 225
Thornell, William 225
Thorngrcn, Karl 62, 63, 110, 111, 17o
Tlmmlrill, Nonne 125, 239
Thornton, Michelle 170
Thorpe, Brady 110, 17o
Thuenen, Thomas 170
Tidwell, Tangi 9, 108, 199
Tilton, Kristi 43, 17o
Tilton, Traci 225
Timmons, Amy 225
Tippets, Shawn 17o
Titconbe, Rochelle 199
Tobin, Timothy 17o
Toinsen, Shaun 199
Top Ten 22-23
Toro Band 99
Torontali, Michael 199
Torres, Gina 100, 225
Townsend, Shane 54, 55, 199
Townsend, Tammie 199
Traclr Club 124
Trask, Arthur 75, 199
Travers, William 170, 247
Traverse, Debbie 199
Traylor, Goerge 199
Tremblay, Tammy 82, 111, 225
Trevizo, Cindy 99, 199
Tribby, Rochelle 33, 110, 170
Trimmer, Dawn 117, 121, 199
Tropio, Patrick 75, 90, 91. 92, 17o, 246, 268
Troumbley, Michele 94, 95, 199
Truesdell, Michelle 199, 239
Trujillo, Maria 65, 91, 92, 101, 105, 112, 124,
Tryon, Amie 82, 113, 116, 215
Tryon, James I1 98, 171
Tuccino, Gerald 171
Tucker, April 199
Tucker, Linda 90, 91, 92, 105, IIB, IIQ, l7l
Tucker, Stephen 171
Tucker, Tommy 199
Turley, Denise 117, 199
Turley, loEllen 99, 105, 119, 171
Turley, Kelly 171
Turner, Mark 225
Tuxhorn, Trenton 225
Tyler, Leslie 225
Tyndall, Charles 199
Tyron, Tracy 199
Tyree, Tamera 99, 199, 266
Tyson, Amy 199
Ulmer, Travis 199
Upchurch, Susan 225
Urban, joseph 199
Vaine, Barbara 239, 242
Vale, Wayne 239
Valdez, Anna 171
Valentine, Wendy 225
Valimaki, Eric 199
Valladares, Hector 54, 199
Vallelunga, Reginald 117, 171
Vallelunga, Robert 117, 225
Vallier, Joy 99, 199
Vance, Christine 171
VanderHaar, Holly 111, rzo, 199
Vangorder, Adrianne 99, 124, 199, 225
VanNorman, Andrea 109
VanNorman, Colette 46, 112, 199, 251
VanParys, Jacqueline 171
VanPa1'ys, James 63, 171
VanRoekel, Sheila 225
VanSlyke, Kelly 57, 225
VanWagenen, April 125
VanWagenen, Sherri 171
Varnes, Kristin 206
Vasquez, john 15, 215
Vaughan, Susanne roo, 105, 172
Vaughn, Aaron 99, 102, 172
Vaughn, Dennis 225
Vaughn, jodi 110, 225
Vela, Ralph 54, zoo
Vening, Greg 225
Vening, Michele 111, ZQ7
Veretto, john 57, 225
Vernacchio, Char 225
Vick, jonathan zoo
Virkman, Randy zoo
Vidourek, John 91, 172
Vigil, Reesha 210, 225
Vigliotti, Alexander zoo
Villanueva, Darlene 52, 102, 2
Vindhutst, Tracy 225
Voegtline, Karen IOZ, 172
Voirin, Jeanette 94
VonBehren, Tanya 24, 91, 112, zoo, 252
Volleyball, J.V. 68-69
Volleyball, Varsity 66-67
Votano, Linda 99, zoo
Vorb, Marjorie 239
Voth, Sheila 98, 99, 172
Vroman, Koi zoo
Waaramaa, Todd 73
Wager, Andrew 117
Wager, Debra zoo
Wagner, Lynn 172
Wahlin, Brett 99, zoo
Wakefield, Timothy 64, zoo
Waldon, Christopher 200
Waldrop, Roxann 124, 2oo
Walker, Christopher 92, 172
Walker, Donna zoo
Walker, Kimberly 94, 98, 114,
Walkcrm, Krishna 111, 200
Walker, Kristin 98, 116
Walker, Natalie 94, 95, 96, 98, 1
Walkowiak, Dean 2oo
Wallace, Chris zoo
Walsh, Rita 91, 97, 102, 172
Walter, Scott zoC
Wang, Jo-Wen 1oo, 105, 172
Warble, Kelli 99
Warhurst, Steve 172
lVi1mt't'ltt', Valerie 239
Warner, Nlichcle 61, 82, 200,
Warwick, Kenneth 172
Watkins, Bruce 2.79
Watkins, Garry 172
Vilatkins, Joanna 98
Watters, Catherine 226
Wcaghibgton, Allida 226
Wcaghington, Rosela 226
Weatherly, Gregory 120, 2:6
07, 119, 2oo
Weatherwalks, Thomas 226
Webber, Mike 172
Weber, John zoo
Weber, Julie 172
Websler,l Debra 239
Wehrman, William 226
Weifenbach, Michael zoo
Weifenbach, Shari 224, 226
Welch, Laurie 17o, 172
Welch, Tracy 7, 26, 108, 110, 185, zoo
Weldon, John 90, 200
Weldon, Lara 94, 226
Wells, Cynthia 98, 117, 118, 127, 172
Wells, Denise IIO, 172
Wells, Maria 97, 172
Wlende, Michelle 226
Wendt, Brenda 226
Wendt, Kimberly 2oo
Werle, Jeffrey 172
Werner, Heidi 98, III, zoo
Werner, Karen 96, 100, 107, zoo
XVerner, Sabine 61, 226
West, Paula 200
West, Peggy 80, 81, 201
West, Theresa 111, 173
Westberg, Cindi 103, 173
Westbrook, Kimberly 226
Westfall, Kerry 97, 99, 201
Westwood Assembly 18-19
Wharton, Monica 201
Wheat, Leanette 1
Wheeler, Kimberly 59, 173
Wheeler, Tiffany 201
Whitcomb, Susan 98, 216
White, Brenda 226
White, David 63, 99, 111, 201
White, Heather 59, 173
White, John C. 75, 173
White, John D. 96, 97
white, Paul 52
White, Roger 226
White, Wendy 82, 83
Whitiker, Lauren 59, 201
Whitlock. Arthur 226
Whitlock, Jared 94, 95, IOS, 173
Wlhitmore, Kevin 75, 96, 97, 173
XVl1ilm0f8, Lori 111, 124, 219, 226
Widder, Edward 120, 201
Wight, Erika 99, 1o1, 117, 226
Wilbrink, Sylvia 103, 173
Wilder, Renee 120, 201
Wiley, Bradley 53, 101, 123
Wilkes, Kyle 173
Willcutt, Stella 96, 222, 226
Williams, Cindi 127, 173
Williams, Jacqueline 99, 201
Williams, Paul 105, 173
Williams, Rick 226
Williams, William 97, 173
Williamson, Danny 201
Williamson, Richard 201
Willis, Chad 117, 174
Willis, Connie 201
Willis, Kimberley 2o1
Wilson, Andra 226
Wilson, Barbara 239
Wilson, James 226
Wilson, Jason 226
Wilson, Kimberly 107, 174
Wilson, Lesli 226
Wilson, Marilyn 229
Wing, David 2o1
Winkler, Scott 227
Winters, Barry 174
Winters, Julie 99, 1o1, 212, 227
Wipf, Shelley 127, 201
Wiseman, Deanna 114, 116, 227
Wisniewski, James 117, 227
Withee, Gregory 2o1
Witkin, Brad 79, 201
Wittenburg, Mark 174
Wolfe, Dawnie 98, 99, 101, 101
Wolfe, Jacqueline 227
Wolff, Dephane 227
Wolfswinkel, Jason 227
Wollett, Michelle 116, 227
Wood, Erie 174
Wood, Mari J0 98, 2o1
Woodard, Jim 174
Woodhall, John 99, 114, 2o1
Woodhall, Tava 47, 107, 174
Woods, Daniel ll, 33, 96, 243, 174
Woods, Dennis 201
Woods, Karen E. 201
Woods, Karen L. 91, 92, 96, 98, 118, 174, 246
Woodward, Anne 227
Woodward, Kenneth 75, 174
Woolsey, Robert 201
Wooters, Daniel 47, 178, 201, 267
World News 250-251
Wormop, William 239
Wozniak, Connie 301
Wrestling, J.V. 76-77
Wrestling, Varisty 74-75
Wrestling and Soccer Assembly 46-47
Wright, Rhonda 201
Wright, Vonda 97, 174
WrigleyfHoward, Kristin 65
Wyatt, Kelly 227
Wyatt, Ron 174
Yahnke, Christine 114, 227
York, Stacey 49, 81, 1o5, 201
You Can't Take It With You 40-41
Jack 12o, 174
Mark 79, 174
Young, Robert 121, 227
Zack, Carol 80, 81, 127, I74
Zack, John 57, 227
Dr. james 228
Christopher 63, 105, 1
Melissa 223, 227
Zavala, Edgar 174
Zzwacki, Jill 109, 209, 227
Zawacki, Robert 121, 227
Zettel, Chris 174
Zielxll, Marti 91, 92, 11o, 175
Zimmerman, lrarlne 127, 239
Zinn, James 117, 227
Zirker, Connie 94, 98, 111, 201
Zitlow, Daniel 101
Arnelliz 100, 239
Zollinger, Jennifer 103, 175
Zollinger, Todd IGI
Zunn, James Sl
Marybeth 127, 227
Saying Goodbye To r Y..
A Year 0 . . .
ow that another year has gone,
we can proudly say we did not sit
hack and watch it go by. From the very first
of the year we made our goals and set our
harder, everytime. All the competition we
saw and were involved in helped us become
bigger and stronger Toros.
It made no difference if you were a
standardsg and then strived to meet every Sophomore or a Senior, you knew when it
one. Whether it was in Academics, Clubs, came down to it that we were all one as a
or Sports we set out to be iii. whole. Supporting each other through the
At the times when we did not reach the highs and the lows just confirmed . . .
top we would come back fighting even
In the seven minutes between
classes many students still take a few
fnlnults K0 Vlsll Wllh fflfnds.
Lonely junior Paul Phoenix won-
ders what life would be like to be a
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