Mullen High School - Hoofbeats Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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HQQLFMEATS iQ ? 7'-X J.K. MULLEN HIGH SCHOOL 3601 SOUTH LOWELL BLVD. DENVER, COLORADO 80236 MMU .ll FN MFE Mullen encourages individual- ism, cooperation, technology and friendships. Q OPENING 'D' I - f . 'A 5 3 MULLEN HN AQTHCCDN Mullen students are involved in academic, athletic, social and spiritual activities. 4 OPENING x . N ' I Q xzxt 'rw' .455 ' ' I - 'Y ,, w f, , an 1, W A . L MM'b ., ,- M - - M f ""'J Wm '.ll 5 W mm M M1 .. .-', - " M1 f M mn , x Q :W . 5 1 xx' 1 ,W 1 Q' 11 1 . .Q ,Q I , I ,- 1. w I y'-Us ,, 'fl ffle-,gh ' , 'f'WuM, ' " W Wi' f Hmmm W., 2 f7l,fs,W" a,WW w M51 H M' 7 '41 Y A, v ?'e'if1 T"EK9"', , . at my 5 v ' ' vm. .,--- ,55 i Q . m x ,Wm A , , . , www A -,f-, HJ, rt ' Q-fy? v . 1 , . jgfi .1 QQ. A .4 A ,EA " -, 'H : , -:fE?f,1iS,Ef7ii2,f?g! . fmffggg ,4 .WIQ J Q -', ... - STR! Timm-A A wi gr, Qw- - ."i.?.v- A Q 577- i,,,vm,:v't M, , . ,. wr . nf' , .N Q-A ifbvfaffwh fre w 5 v fn: winds- H J , . 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Teachers also respected the current crop of seniors, and Troy Adamczyk Warren Baker Ted Battreall Mike Belitz Gavin Bortles David Bostic SENKDRS favorable comments were not uncommon. The Class of 1987 showed an intense degree of spir- it, and did not lose a cheering battle for the Gol- den Horseshoe Award. Seniors lament the fact that this is their last year. While planning for col- lege, Seniors realized that High Schoolland the Mullen experience was almost over, and for many, happiness was very evident. Scott Cosco- rella best summed it up when he said "l'll really miss the teachers, the atmosphere, and my friends." 'R' M' xv"- ..,- ,,,.y K... ' S.. Jbhn Bifadiey Jeffrey Brzozowski W AA Jon Buckheit Richard surviiofsky Kevin Camp Patrick Carlin Wiiiiam Chamberiin Damon Chavez Darryl Chavez Scott Cierpiai William Goiston Stephen Conneiiy SENIORS . Q 9- 15, 0 -W, Q U . .N y? 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I ,f :gf wi 4 -A 'Lam' ,, 'S NA x K . if Q N 4 Vw a w w , ug '9-64' R , zihgf M if , -ra ,Way ff Scott Treeoe David Valdez Douglas Vallejo Edward Vigil Michael Walllsch Brian Wyza Q uv I Y ., .Tv rv, TEL Pg' M will p 'A " 'fl if lil WJ! 'W V V il:- 716' .-: U Bt Jeffery Youel , 'fx I .lo w ir pr l ' if . gf Y, 1 M,-L., Trusting Kevin Connors lakes a flying leap. The Class of 1987 demonstrates proper school spirit: 4. . X N Q L K 'te Q Ti Y 5 Diane helps Tim Mara with chemistry. JUNICRS Juniors blaze on! On the horizon for the juniors lies senior fever and the privileges that are given to them as they reach senior status. However, this year they take their PSAT exams, work through chemistry, and try to improve mentally, spiritually, and physically. Juniors become closer as a class and develop stronger friendships. This year the juniors were dominant in athletics with talented team lead- ers like Jerry Dunn, David Arterberry, James Coffey,and Jahmall Cole- man. Mullen cannot losel The academic leaders are James Wu, Chris Pixler, Jon Briggs and Patrick Burgess. The Junior Class is a class of great potential. ., ........ f , ESQ :n.iI:f':?E: X K Chris Allen Curt Allen Winston Armani David Arterberry Tom Bade X ,,. t K 'Www X at Tom Baldwin -. tt., -' .f 4285 , Matt Borrillo Steve Boyd Dale Brabec Jon Briggs Max Brooks S . JUNIORS il I? Cleve Brown James Buchanan John Buffington Donald Buraglio Pat Burgess Mike Busse Patrick Byrne Frank Callahan Fred Carter Brian Chase Mike Claussen James Coffey Jahmall Coleman Dylan Cornwell Kevin Cronin Mark Defeo Patrick Demar- tine Toby Dickens Chris Dicus Kevin Dicus JUNIORS fakes! f iii ,, - - "-.- sais,-is - , .. ze: if yl.. J L - 1 5. 12. . Xi' 'rf ' 'il L Q L S: : My fr f - . +3 Jerry Dunn Clinton Fannell William Findly Steve Foss Paul Freeman Jeff Fulton Pat Gallegos Joe Glasman Bill Gleason George Gomer Carl Goodman Troy Gourdin Gerrald Greivel John Halepaska Blair Hanneman Donald Hansen Todd Heimel David Hillbrand Chris Hinds Thomas Hoffman JUNIORS Leigh Holden Paul James Mike Jerome Mike Kennedy William Keyes Mike Krueger Sean Kuhn Tom Kyle Rudy Lacovara Chris Lake Dean Lamanna Mike Laveo Jeff Lee Mark Lehnerz James Ludvik Paul Maestas Tim Mara Todd Marshall Paul Matthews David McDermott JUNIORS Q1-vi I '5- . X AQ, jf ,Q Paul McKenna Brian Milhone Mike Miller Bart Neu Tom O'MaIley Ted O'MalIey Neil Padden Mark Pelzel Mike Peny Steve Perruzza Chris Pixler Jason Randall Keith Fiecine Dave Fiicca Mike Rosenberger Juan Salazar Jeff Sample Greg Scheckenbach Matt Schempp Robert Seib JUNIORS Jeff Shepard Steve Spahn Torn Stephens Rod Surline Darren Swander Mike Thenell Doug Thompson Leroy Trombetta Richard Vanrensburg Mike Varga Ron Vigil Mike Voiles Richard Weber Luke Weith Q 2 JUNIORS QI Kevin Cronin gives a reading from the Bible at the Father-Son Breakfast while his father and Father Robert Poirier look on. Charles Whalen John Wheeler Bill Wilfley James Wu Joe Yun Greg Zallaps Tim Zigan .M W, 11 Junior George Gomer proves to be tough competition for Senior Jim Ftuble in the Homecoming Hotdog Race. Junior Tom Stephens puts the pressure on Coach Thenell. Junior Tom Bade shows Brian Harbick, a Se- nior, how to do his chemistry correctly. JUNIORS 2 3 SOPHCJIVICDRES The class of 1989 continues Mullen's high academic and sports standards. Dwayne Wilson, Russ Heath and Vance Ross are future candidates for All State in football. Other outstanding Mullen athletes are Todd RaPue, Mark Berven, Casey Mendenhall, Kevin Byrne, Jeff Kelly, Winston Folmar and Joey Martinez. Jeff Kelly, Ed Brady, Paul Beardsley, and Mike Cyran lead in academ- ics. This is the year for driver's licences, jobs, more freedom, and no longer being the low-man on the totem pole. So- phomores start thinking seriously about college, grades and sports. The required sophomore classes are Biolo- gy, U.S. History, English ll, Geometry, P.E., Theology and a foreign language. As this year's largest class, 138 students, sophomores will be the class to watch in 1989. Chris Adamek Kris Albright Pat Aluise David Anderson Eric Anger Todd Gervasini and Joe Timmer perform a biology lab experiment Mike Ankenbruck Paul Armstrong Matt Atencio Ryan Barker Mike Barry Brendan Bastable Paul Beardsley Mark Berven Brendan Blockowicz Drew Borries Ed Brady Doug Brewka J.R. Buchanan David Byrne John Byrne 3 l 2 4 SOPHOMORES -SQ X K Jeff Fitzgerald David Flierl Paul Foley Winston Folmar Byrne Kevin Don Cambell Jim Caulson Casey Christianson Trevor Clausen Tom Collings Dan Colston Joe Contreras Todd Cook Kevin Corley ClaylCrawley Mike Cyran Scott Davis Darren Deshazer Brian Dowling Dan Durkin Dan Egan Brendan Essary Pat Fallbach Jason Fisher Jeff Kelly, Frank Sweeney, and Kevin Byrne study in the library. Joel Stretz and Tim Niehus paint the rocks in the De La Salle Stadium. SOPHOMORES Q 5 l John Gallegos Ralph Garcia Keith Gardner Douglas Gemperline Todd Gervasini lan Gilbert Charles Gill William Gotchey Jeffrey Grogan Nathan Hackos Dustin Harcourt Michael Harriss Todd Hattenbach Russ Heath Craig Hendrickson Floger Hickman Tim Himstreet Matt Hoffman Eric Hurtado Anders Jacobson Mark Jaynes Andrew Kaczka Kyle Keane Jeff Kelly Kevin Kennedy Tom Kerwin Chip Knox Joseph Kosik John Kostro Brad Kristinik Q 6 SOPHOMOR ES Phil Lapchak Sean Larkin Todd LaSala Brian Maloney Doug Mannix Joseph Martinez Aaron Mason Tyler Mazotti Micheal McGurren ,q,migFl21f Gary Menardi Bill Miller, Brian Lambert, Mike Nolan, Bob Young, and Mrs Patricks pose for the Mike Nolan Look-a-Like contest at the pep rally for the Mullen-Regis footbal Brian Lambert. I game. The winner was A J -4 Q5 , 57+ 07" IQ2, ' dw Todd RaPue and Dan Egan get psyched for the Mullen Home coming game. ii ' - I x 'QW Casey Mendenhall Tom Mershon Spencer Mollerstuen Bill Montgomery SOPHOMOFKES Q 7 2 Mike Munden Dan Murphy David Neu Tim Niehus Mark Nolan James O'Meara Craig O'Rourke Lane Patterson John Paull Matt Presley Mark Prochaska Todd RaPue Joe Ratcliff J.R. Reed Rhett Reger Tim Ring Cory Robinson Mike Ryan Joe Schimmels Dan Schwarz l I I I I E SOPHOMORES Class of 1989 attack senior rocks. Matt Atencio and Chris Sheridan, figure out to do their biology. Brad Kristinik studies for his classes before school. Joey Mazotti picks up his books before class. 1lIl"i J-X Brian Milhone and Dan Murphy take ballots at The Great Pumpkin Speech Debate. -1 if Clark Seccombe David Shaughnessy Christopher Sheridan Robert Silva Tom Smeltz Chris Solheim Glenn Stelloh Jason Stevenson Joel Stretz Frank Sweeney Mike Thompson Joey Timmer Bill Van Buhler Tom Van Veen Mark Waggoner Joe Ward J.D. Wells John White Norm Wilson Chris Witherell x 'ta Robert Witwer David Wright Mike Yeager Bob Young Randy Zagyi SOPHOMORES Q Q FRESHIVIEN Freshmen enter Mullen from all parts of the Denver Metropolitan area. A random sample of schools in- cludes Goddard, Cherry Creek, St. Mary's Acad- emy, Most Precious Blood, O'Connell, Notre Dame, St. Marys, West Middle School, Isaac New- ton, Ken Caryl, Euclid, All Soui's, and St. Pious. lt is not easy to come to a new school. The com- mute may be long. Friends have gone to other schools or the academic standards may be higher. However, freshmen quickly adapt. One area of ex- cellence at Mullen is sports. Erik Lighthall, Robbie James Annunziata Jim Archibald Robert Armbruster David Armstrong Fiyan Barnes Stephen Bartz Peter Battreall David Beck Patrick Blandford Paul Boehm Garrett Bonin Joseph Brath Christopher Burbridge Justin Burt Gregory Caluori Awww Kevin Carroll Martin Clark Kevin Connell Michael Connell Mark Crews Johnson, Mark Crews, Scott Murphy, Kobie Tay- lor, and Brandon Cushman are the new Mullen tal- ent to watch during the next few years. Zeke Kirk- patrick, Jim Annunziata and Keith Smith show aca- demic promise. As freshmen, the 137-member class of 1990 is re- quired to take Algebra, World History, Speech, En- glish I, P.E., Theology and a Foreign Language. Their teachers, Mr. Garofalo, Mr. Thorton, Mrs. Epstein, Mr. Ftivard, Mr. Sferra and Coach Thenell expect best from the freshmen class. ri.- l U Q . , . 3 Q FRESHMEN in Steve Cunningham Brandon Cushman David D'Alessandro Scott Desimone Andrew Deutsch Jeffrey Diedrich James Dillon Jeffrey Dodds Micheal Dulin Joseph Eckstein Joel Faestel Mike Fallbach Brian Farrell Philip Faulkner Donovan Federico Kenneth Feist Drew Ford Kenneth Franc Darian Fulks Chris Gabriel Chris Harris and Hank Hasler take a break from Mike Barry poses with his two freshmen buddies Ed Leone and Mike Connell. classes. FRESHMEN 3 1 A X ...,.. A k . - Q? +,, .QQX f , A we J P siii as 5 L it 'A S H-6 'fi xi f -- '- J t. sq- 3: K- 1.9.1 9 Li - W L t,iA- - , A K Y ,kk. .. Ltb: N .ti :vr A Kgs: .,.. K ' ' , , 1 'X" A A ts . ' Mr. Garofalo teaches freshmen Theology. Paul Myskiw and Eric Shea play tough Andrew Gaizutis Anthony Gallegos Kenneth Giordano Joseph Grennan Jeffrey Grippe Mike Grote Scott Hacke Micheal Halladay Jamaal Halliburton Troy Halouska Micheal Harmsen Christopher Harris Henry Hasler Paul Heath Frank Heery Wind Henderson Cordale Johnson Robert Johnson Tyler Jones Collon Kennedy Paul King Zeke Kirkpatrick Andrew Lake John Lambert Skip Larson 3 2 FRESHMEN against Heritage. SSA. l X Q x Edward Leone Erik Lighthall Stephen Luckey lan MacLeod Greg Martinez Eric McClure Robert McDonald Sean McMillan Nathan Meier Steven Meiggs Eric Meyerhoffer Kurt Miles John Miller John Miret Micheal Monark Luke Monroe Michael Moore Matthew Morehead Scott Murphy Paul Myskiw Mark Niehus Paul Norman Patrick O'Malley Tim O'Malley John Padilla Tim Northern helps out at a freshmen retreat Rail Patton and John Padilla stop for a sec Ond to talk. FRESHMEN 3 3 Raiford Patton Stephen Paull Manuel Pellicer Philip Peny Richard Petoia Christopher Powers Daniel Predecki Chris Rappaport Robert Reddy Daniel Reichard Kiley Reynolds Troy Robinson Steve Rodz Derek Sandoval Jonathan Schimmels Erfan Shafi Eric Shea Edward Simms Norman Sitter Steve Sloan 'x 3 4 FRESHMEN The Freshmen Class of 1990 form a letter "M" during halftime at the Homecoming game John Padilla takes a Spanish test during Homecoming week. Class of 1990 attack senior class rocks NOT PICTURED Tom Miller Casey Reagan Jason Sabell Scott Weckbaugh Keith Smith James Sommers Jason Southall Chad Stedman 1 X 1 will Daniel Steeves Jeremy Stefanek Juan Tamez Kobie Taylor Tim Thenell William Thill John Thomas William Thorpe Matthew Tidd Eric Treece Scott Tuffield Kevin Tynan Christopher Vail Michael Vallejo Mark Weaver Daniel Weller Steven Woodhouse Richard Wylie Steven Ziegler FRESHMEN 3 5 STUD QT e as gee Our four years of High School were not centered solely around school T.V. shows, movies, cars, music, and girls also were important. For ex- ample, in 1986-87 the favorites were: T.V Shows Moonlighting, The Cosby Show, Family Ties, Night Court RADIO: KBPI, Y108, KPKE, KBCO FOOTBALL TEAMS: Denver Broncos, Mighty Mullen Mustangs, Los Angeles Raiders SPORTS: Football, Skiing, Lacrosse, Soccer, Baseball, Tennis MOVIES: Top Gun, Stand By Me, Aliens, Crocodile Dundee MUSIC GROUPS: Phil Collins, U2, AC-DC, Rush, INXS, Led Zepplin, Boston, Stray Cats SONGS: Stand by Me, Mullen Fight Song, Amanda, Pride ACTRESSES: Cybill Shepherd, Heather Thomas, Dr. Ruth CARS: Porsche, Lambourghini, BMW Steve Woodhouse, and Jeremy Stefa- nek debate during Mr. Thorton's 5th period class. ll! illnn .,. V. Mil , i mm:- Lfflf KA Il IUCN I , me Drew Borries, Dwayne Wilson, Rich Porreco and a former student compete for best Holioween costume. Freshmen strut their stuff during a Holloween pep rally. STUDENT LIFE 3 W OIVIECOMING 86- 8777 Every year, Mullen celebrates a special time known as Homecoming Week. Dur- ing this week, alumni are invited to "come back home" to Mullen. For stu- dents, Homecoming week is a week of special activities including a dress-down day,a dress-up day,and a day when ev- eryone wore blue and gold. This year's Homecoming theme was based on the rock song "THE FUTURE'S SO BRIGHT l GOTTA WEAR SHADES" by Timbuk 3. To emphasize the idea we wores sun- glasses all week long. Once again, a Mullen homecoming tradition was car- ried ong the ever popular freshmen been- ies! Homecoming week was concluded on Saturday, September 27, with the successfull Homecoming Dance. This year's court included Mike Magill, Lorln Creer, Mike Porter, Tom Horrigan, and Parker Ridgley was Homecoming King. Adding to the week's success was the football team's win over Rangeview. Sophomores play earthball. HOMECOMING TOP Br. Marvin presents flowers to Eden Bortles and Mike Porter. BOTTOM Joey Glasman practices his golf swing while cutting weeds. 1 i ,ji Q atr 1 M ,M W D S w 87777777 Ms. Tim Northern, Ms. Mark Gutrich, Ms. John Riess, and Ms. Mark Holzemer led MuIIen's pep rallys. " Kevin Connell washes a senior car. X api, 5 Shorts Day in the 200 hall MuIIen's float dressed with shades. HOMECOMING 3 Q .,,. , w,,...i,,..,i,,.,.,.. ,fn ., REAL INSPECTOR 'UND I I i Q DRAMA Mrs. Drudge tries to entice Simon into a game of cards. Simon, Felicity, Cynthia and Major Magnus create a mess for Mrs. Drudge. Mark Nolan nabs Tom Van Veen while Dawn Plunkert wonders what to do next. me L it Moon ........ ...... A aron Mason Birdboot ................... Leigh Holden Mrs. Drudge .............. Don Hansen Simon Gascoyne .... Tom Mershon Felicity ...................... Wendy Marin CAST Cynthia .................. Dawn Plunkert Director .. Major Magnus ....... Tom Van Veen Producer Bill Miller waits for instructions during rehearsal. Major Magnus wipes out Simon with his wheelchair. Theatre critics, Leigh Holden and Aaron Mason, debate life, pretty actresses and chocolates. Dan Hiester Peter Rivard Hound ............................. Bill Miller Stage Manager ........... Dan Reddy Assistant ....... ..... M ark Nolan Lights ..... Mike Belitz DRAMA OLLCJWEEN if 15-N Mr. Simms, Mrs. Patricks, Mrs. lDirty Old Many Duff, and Mrs. Epstein show their hidden per- l sonalities. Nate Hackos, Andy Kaczka, John White, a former student, Jim Vance, and Paul Arm- strong compete for Best Costume. HOLLOWEEN Lorin Creer doesn't settle for walking. Yes, Miss Br. Paul Liberty was all green li .f, 4? ip ag , fx L, . is Y-mi' EW'5WMiZ5i f 4 4 ,-, f f f -53.7 Tom Horrigan donates blood so others can live. Gavin Bortles displays his healing arm. Brad Hattenbach bravely gives blood at the Mullen Blood Drive. The Mullen Blood Drive was a suc- cessful venture again this year, with 52 participants. Over 41 pints were donated, insuring a lifeline of blood for ill persons who are in need of blood transfusions. Student leaders of the program were Pat Carlin, Matt Furman, Donald Buraglio, and Park- er Ridgley. Contrary to most expec- tations, Mr. Jumonville did not pass out while giving blood this year. LGCJD DRIVE BLOOEi EiFilVE 4 3 warfgl i 5'55X!iZ5fi9E'H'HIf X 1.5. L: NX X X'z,.. :fav -sen t.: 5.2529555223 'f5frf35':5i'X5f:ii'l sfz52XXX'zX ,a,.aX,XX5.,X: . tmffm-er:-"ef2:l3l.ai? X wg -4 XX... 12'Xffil1.::..s.i-I1 ., ,. ,V,,,: . ...A,,... X , 'QI' ': 5qi 5" 'ff'f 1'l?7?7 ' ' g igs ,XML igiwiw H Mx X KE i irgffaiiggg, QR: Xa M X ,,. , Q i , 5?ii3i X Qs -2 zidzef 'lf QMQWMMQE X,,-5.-Q . X5 fifwl MF, XX , . Kg KX ., it Q, .jf ,Q .. ..X ws me X i . X i JA," ff in :L ,XX -,Q H, Us ,X 553, liXfgiL5SX1i'E1XQXi,.4Qgf2?53?5,A,,!XXXiXX, 23'-35, X, Wk LtsfX?iXXf'f5 W --' X X . . 19.35, ggi, ,gk 5Xef,Xg5g2 S M, ng Us 50523 5 XXX KX ,9 nf! 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L Parker Ridgley and Jim Ruble with the Christ mas spirit Joel Fastel searches and finds Christmas ornaments. Manuel Pellicer and Garrett Bonin help decorate a Christ- mas tree. HHISTMAS -"WT PIRITUALITY . - .'.I lllllll' l Brother Paul directs a liturgy in the gym. Fr. Mark Matson accepts an offering from Mark Davis while Jeff Brzozowski looks on. -M , V. mgzmsfws Q, 'fit ,V , V " f'llfW?tf " L' aw'if-,1-wi, ,ii f 4 . J .WMM ,,,, ,, ,V Wah Qi'iQ Mullen, being a Christian Brothers school, has a strong religious background. Each year all classes go on retreats. Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors have one day retreats. Juniors go on a two day retreat to Singing River Ranch in Evergreen. These retreats provide time for the students to reflect, relax, and pray. Mullen has Mass on Holy Days of Obligation. These Masses are said by Fr. Mark Maston at Holy Name Church. The De LaSalle prayer room, which was established this year, is a place for students to retreat from a hectic school day. SPIRITUALITY l l Hi i ., - E -V, I , Jim Buchanan carries an Advent Banner at the beginning mass at Holy Name Church. i , .MA Juniors retreat to Singing River Ranch in Evergreen Brother Paul directs a freshmen retreat in the cafeteria. -lllnuqqw, ,,,,,,,t Steve Boyd, Gus Grievel and Jahmall Coleman listen to Brother PauI's instructions. A sick Gus Greivel tries to rest at a junior retreat SPIRITUALITY QL I? ,,,., 1 f,1'1'g',rWf5'11111l'.lWt111111111 1'1 1 , 1 1 1 111111111111111111l1111l1111mm11111sE1111 1 11" 1 V2 11y11w11-11111111 1111111t1t11 1,, 111 11-1111111'111111H'1 1,1.1ryi111111111111M11111111 1111111111 1111111111111111 21 11111m1111 111f1,Iv1t1111:,111n11 11m'111 11.1 111111, 1111111111111111111-1111111511111 1 1 1q1-1111111111111 1 111311111 11 , .. - ... -. .. - ... - .. ... 1 .. -. ' 11' 1 11.101111111111111E11r.1111?111111 '111 11' 113,41 1, 11115' .1111 111111 1- "111 ,,ue1111 1m1111r111,.1 1111111 11:11 1 ,1111411 111111. 1111511 1,,,.1,. 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Kiley Reynolds and Mary Zang dance to the music at the Homecoming Dance. Mark Heidrick slow dances with Ali- cia Boeme Mike Wallisch, Mark Heidrick and Dan P. Murphy dance the Train. Mark Gutrich, Tim Northern and Mike Riess dance to "That's What I Like About You" by the Romantics. David Arterberry demon- strates the proper steps. Eric Elges and Debby Kor- sik enjoy themselves at the Homecoming Dance. DANCES 4 Q S lzm, ,Q-ins ""W"""'iW i,"'T wwiir, CUP KITCHEN Todd Reagan, Joe Fling and Scott Cierpial help out by washing dishes. Mike Davis and Scott Cierpial serve salad and fruit to the hungry. :mx all : 'E- A ",,fw- D IQSQ' Wi ' 1',',!,.'Wiili,f JT, ' i KIT A graduation requirement for seniors was the comple- tion of 25 hours of community service. The Catholic Worker soup kitchen in Denver was one way students completed this requirement. Every Wednesday after- noon Brother Paul took three to six students to help. The students worked by serving food or drinks, wash- ing dishes and cleaning up. The soup kitchen, which is one of ten kitchens in Denver, can feed 300 people a night. This experience taught students humility and the harsh reality of living on the streets. CHEN U , . -ide if if W X iax ye Q is so ,. . NR X Tom Horrigan and Mike Wallisch take a break from serving coffee, tea or water. fm g ' A . Mike McDermott listens to Mr. Craig Bowman describe careers involving journalism. Mr. Bastable illustrates careers in landscaping to Mike and Phil Peny Mr. Diaz-Jimeno provides informa- tion on international business to Darryl Chavez center, while John Byrne and Kevin Corley wait in line. On February 17, 1987 Mullen held its second annual Career Fair. lt was a greater success than the first. About 120 students attend- ed. There were over 30 represen- tatives addressing a large spec- trum of careers. The students were able to browse and ask questions at their leisure. Many students were able to obtain valu- able information in their areas of interest. Follow up career coun- seling was offered by Br. Tom Kane through the guidance office. agts-1-X5 M X X X if Clinton Fannell discusses engineering A careers with Mr. Lake. AREER NIGHT CAH..P 51 ARDI GFRAS This year's Mardi Gras Ball was l held at the Sheraton Hotel on the 28th of February. Approxi- mately 20,000 dollars was raised. The money will go to- ward improving the computer lab and track field. Mrs. Maryann Gallagher and Brother Marvin crown David Hackos and Kim Rutledge the eve- ning's royalty. Joe Schimmels dances with his date Mindy Greivel. 1987 MardiGras Student Court: Kim Rutledge MARDI GRAS Hackos, Mike Porter, Jill Buckley, Chris Lugo Wicks, Don Hansen 19877777777 ,Ar-'Pg Q 0 I' X, 1 1 King David Hackos and Queen Kim Rutledge reign over Mardi Gras. Big Spender Winner Kevin Tynan and Amy Routzon enjoy the evening. Karen St. Louis and Mike Busse dance the the night away. Tv u use Karen St. Louis, Mike Busse, Mindy Greival, Joe Schim- Lynnette Markle, Russell Heath, Alison Creer, Eric Lighthall, Paula Motskyus, Jim Archibald ITIGIS MARDI GRAS 5 3 QM Q 5 Mark Lehnerz, Sean Kuhn, and Mike Ankenbruck wait for bowling scores Paul Myskiw, Paul King, Kiko Ta- mez and Eric Myerhoffer enjoy themselves on the ski bus. Gun club members, Jim Vance, Clay Crawley, and Drew Borries, try out for hall duty. Sean Kuhn shows his perfect bowling form for the Bowling club. CLUBS 55 CLOSE UP Eleven Juniors Travel to Washington, D.C. On Febuary 14-21 eleven, juniors traveled to the United States Capital in Washington D.C. During their stay the students attended seminars, visited congress delegates and senators. Seminars were on different national and local issues, such as South Africa's policies, hunger in Third World countries, and the U.S. government's foreign policy. Students were allowed to visit their home- town representative, and state senator. Stu- Brian Milhone stands in front of the gates at the White House. dents roomed with one friend, and two other stu- dents from another state. The Close Up curricu- lum consisted of disscusion workshops, monu- mentvisitations, and a model U.N. with individual countries. During the last day students were al- lowed to travel around the city on their own, and a banquet and a party were offered to all stu- dents. 5 XCLOSE UP Pat DeMartine and Chris Allen look at the thousands of names in the Vietnam Memori- al. Chris Allen, Mike Kennedy, Matt Borrillo, Pat Burgess, Pat 1 DeMartine, Brian Milhone, ' Frank Callahan, Steve Spahn - ,,,., and Akwasi Osei stop to talk with Congresswoman Pat Schroeder in her office. i f in Juan Salazar, Pat Burgess, Brian Milhone, Mark Defeo, Frank Callahan, Chris Allen, Pat DeMartine, Mike Kennedy, and Steve Spahn stand behind the desk of Congressman Dan Schaffer after speaking briefly about important issues. 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BOTTOM: Jason Stevenson designs a yearbook page. AEEQQQJCATIONS YEARBOOK MEMBERS: Paul Heath, Paul Foley, Rhett Reger, Ms. Theis and Juan Salazar, editor. will will wglahlwtilll iw ill l l ll Q V: 3,55 tw Q W rl-illicit eww if , ll izl l , l if l F 'aww' 'llwlizi' 1 'aflv vp Il li iw il vi fm 'fl ll 2' . ' fl ,ll i ,Jfftg get Al lllllllllllmw l wtMf5ejF2:ETf'?imEi5 lil , ' I F if l ' ""' 1 U l l l gee f, -,:i'Il"lZf , ig ,sf tulle il fill ll :gffff f 1 1 HSP A ggi ' lu-,lllkl.:ll.,,llillfls 3 QF l im ll K ff' :F W il it 14:12-ff' if KT ' T ul J Rs:f Wdtdewuamaar ' .www 'ffl -3.3-fi"".1, 'A' Roger Hickman and Todd Heimel discuss the details for the Regis game dance. Student council of 1986-87 President: Blair Hanneman Treasurer: Bill Chamberlin Secretary: Fred Carter Board of Advisors: Todd Heimel Moderator: Mr. Giarratano ,-ff' Student council and general assembly mem- ber hold a working lunch meeting. 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Chris Pixler presents his vlew at the Golden Speech meet. " 1 W ,, s..,,,m,,i .M- BACK ROW: Todd Hattenbach, Brad Hattenbach, Dylan Corn- well, James Wu, Paul Freeman, Chris Pixler, Mr. Thorton THIRD ROW: Mr. Sferra, Steve Spahn, Mark Davis, Brian Mil- hone, Leigh Holden SECOND ROW: Dan Murphy, Bill Van Buhler, Dave Shau- ghnessy FRONT ROW: Ryan Barnes, Scott Tuffield, Steve Paull, Bill Thorpe, Phill Faulkner, Brian Farrell J f ffi f in ' 4 1 'M fm-ara , .ef wa K , y Paul Freeman listens to a speaker at the Golden Speech Meet. The National Forensics League chapter at Mullen provides the intellectual challenge of competitive speaking in such diverse areas as debate, original oratory, dramatic and humorous interpretation, and extemporaneous speak- ' ing. Mullen boasts the league's president, Mr. Frank Sferra, and its share WEECH CLUB of sweepstake trophies. li? SKI Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Sandy Ep- stein, the ski club travelled to Arapahoe Ba- sin and Winter Park. The trips were orga- nized with St. Mary's Academy and 27.003 paid for the lift ticket and bus transportation. BACK Zeke Kirkpatrick, Phil Peny, Ken Feist, Dan Weller, Steve Ziegler FRONT: Peter Battreall, Steve Luckey, Eric Treece wait for lift tick- ests. km Peter Battreall mugs for the camera. Tom Miller, Mike Fall- bach and Jim Dillon wait for the lift. SKI CLUB SPO s ef? Q66 Mullen has been a leader in its league when it comes to athlet- ics, and we as a school are a force to be reckoned with. This year was no exception. ln foot- ball the Mustangs earned a place in the State semi-finals, with team leaders including Jerry Dunn, Tim Mara, David Ar- terberry and James Coffey. In basketball, Mullen was rank- ed 42 by a Denver Post poll ear- ly in the season, and promises a winning year with players Jah- mall Coleman, James Coffey, Eric Pille, David Cunningham, Tim Mara, and Greg Schecken- bach. Other sports the Mustangs were competitive in this year included tennis, soccer, cross country, wrestling, hockey, and swim- ming. The Mustangs were espe- cially successful in cross coun- try with their best season ever. Wrestling looked strong early in the season with Sean Steeves and Dan Murphy as team lead- ers. As Mullen continues to uphold its tradition of excellence throughout the Centennial League, it also provides a win- ning atmosphere for its athletes. Mike Peny demonstrates a perfect swing. Winston Armani led the Centennial league in pass receptions. SPORTS O 8-7 + . . + + ' VARSITY FOGTBALL The 1986 Mullen varsity football team exemplified spirit and courage by working its way to the semi-finals. Head Coach Pete Levine, who placed Mullen in the Centennial League last year, was nominated as favorite coach of the year. This excellent team was known by such distin- guished players as quarterback Jerry Dunn who led the state in passing, and wide receiver Vance Ross, a leader inthe state in yards receiving. Tim Mara, Winston Armani and defensive fullback David Arterberry were among Co- lorado's best athletes. It takes team effort to win and Mullen possesses this gift and talent. Tom Hoffman,1f35, and James Coffey, 086, put pressure on Pamona's offense. .... is F rrff A y W L Q A J U, x X Zg. , 1987 SEASON 1 ,L af August 30 Heritage 13-14 J ,X is -- Y , 4 "Lf A 5 seprembers Fairview 7-35 I 728' I t W t ' , y ' 'fli- September 12 overland 25-30 J , H , A . l V September 19 Aurora Gateway' 21- , , if P Q U- M, .N as Q H- N 13 , 4 ., ,S f K Q3 September 26 Rangeview' 22-10 5, X5 , ' A H ' , 0 U K A October3 Littleton' 12-6 --' f' fu J .,, ha. M Q W , i October 10 Regis' 14-7 I - A ' ' W T '37 2 'P 'P A " . 't' " tv October 17 Aurora Central' 20-19 ' U , 4 , - ,,,: Q October 24 Aurora Hinkley 48 38 . , 'Wg ri ' , 4" T' f X ' 2 V - Cherry Creek 0 38 T 'J Q if - Qi Arvada West+ Thorton + + Pomona+ + + 17 14 TOP ROW Joe Ring, 49 7 Conference Games Legue Championship State Preliminary State Quarter Finals + + + State Semifinals Chance Foreman, George Gomer, Matt Furman, James Coffey, Steve Foss, Chris Caulson, Dean Lamanna, Mark Berven 4tH ROW Jason Randall, Jim Ruble, Blair Hanneman, Jerry Dunn, Luke Weith, Russel Heath, David Arterberry, Todd Marshall, Tom Stephens 3rd ROW Stu Thompson, Ted Battreal, Coach Unrah, Coach Thenell, Coach Levine, Coach Han- cock, Coach Murray, Tom Hoffman, Todd Rapue 2nd ROW Dwayne Wilson, Toby Dickens, Chris Madril, Mike Magill, Casey Mendenhall, Rich Butvilofsky, Scott Treece, Steve Stone, Tim Mara 1st ROW Winston Armani, Pat Gallegos, Scott Coscarella, Vance Ross, Greg Zallaps, Clint Fan- nell, Dave Valdez, Scott Ludvik S- Brendan Essary dis- cusses the games with a teammate WE'VE GOT SPIRIT, YES WE DO, WE'VE .RI - X Q S ,, I Q iw? muy: gw ,' ask f i A 'F be Tom Hoffman chases Pomona's quarterback. Jerry Dunn scrambles out of trouble. VARSITY FOOTBALL GOT SPIRIT, HOW ABOUT YOU? 9 I IJ C537 918 9115 9122 9129 1016 SOPHOIVIOHE FOOTBALL Troy Darren, Vance Ross and David Arterberry at- tended the game against Pomona. Tim Himstreet is tackled after a spectacular run Mullen tackles Littleton JV SCHEDULE SOPHOMORE SCHEDULE Thorton 7-13 8128 Boulder 6-19 Northglenn 21-24 914 Heritage 30- 0 Overland 7-21 9111 Fairview 12- 6 Arvada West 7-13 9118 Overland 19-21 POMONA 0-28 9125 Gateway 14-28 1012 Rangeview 26-34 1019 Littleton 39- 0 10130 Hinkley 38-36 TOP ROW: Keith Gardner, Mike Thompson, Joel Stretz, Drew Borries, Joe Contreras, Mike H8I'l'lSS THIRD ROW: Brendan Essary, Joe Ward, Coach Ruybal, Coach Lowry, Coach Parman, Tim Niehus, Jason Fisher SECOND ROW: Mike Munden, Dave Anderson, Dan Colston, Pat Aluise, Mike McGurren, Gary Menardi, Brian Maloney, Casey Mendenhall FRONT ROW: Mike Ryan, Norm Wilson, Paul Armstrong, Tim Ring, Tim Himstreet 6 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL STANDING: Mike Wallisch, Marty Powers, John DePinto, Mike Rosenberger, Mark Defeo, Todd Heimel, Pat Demartine, Coach Dean Esmail KNEELING: James Wu, Lorin Creer, Kevin Byrne, Bruce McDonald, Clark Seccombe, Spence Mol- lertuen AWARDS Lorin Creer John De Pinto Pat Byrne Marty Powers John De Pinto John De Pinto Best Singles Player: Best Double Team: Captain: Outstanding Player: Mark Defeo sends a crushing serve while Mark Heidrick prepares to receive the return. Todd Heimel prepares a blistering back- hand. 8126 I 8128 912 914 919 I 9111 911 e 911 8 9123 9125 9129 Kevin Byrne receives his letter from Coach Esmail. VARSITY SCORES Aurora Central 6-1 Flangeview 2-5 Heritage 4-3 Cherry Creek 0-7 Overland 3-4 Arapahoe 3-4 Fairview 4-3 Aurora Hinkley 7-0 Flegis 5-2 Boulder 6-1 Englewood 6-1 Doubles: Second place in District and State: John DePinto and Pat Byrne Singles: Third Place in District: Lorin Creer TENNIS 6 Q F RESHIVIAN FGGTBALL BACK ROW: Wind Henderson, Steve Woodhouse, Manuel Pellicer, Eric Treece, Brandon Cushman, Erik Llghthall, John Thomas, Chris Gabriel FOURTH ROW: Cordale Johnson, Jim Sommers, Kevin Tynan, Norman Sitter, Garrett Bonin, Pete Battreall, Jim Archibald, Nathan Meier, Steve Luckey. THIRD ROW: Coach Keane, Matt Tidd, Eric Shea, John Padilla, Derek Sandoval, Kevin Carroll, Skip Larson, Steve Meiggs, David D'Alessandro, Coach Parman SECOND ROW: Collon Kennedy, Mark Niehus, Mike Grote, Scott Murphy, Chris Harris, Joe Grennan, Paul Myskiw FRONT ROW: Jamaal Halliburton, Mike Halladay, John Lambert, Tim Thenell, Mark Weaver, Donovan Federico, Jason Sabell Coach John Henderson and the freshman team watch with enthusiasm the match Mark Crews runs for a gain. against Heritage. WG FRESHMAN FOOTBALL W 9 3 920 927 O4 10111 Central 10118 Heritage 10l25 Cherry Creek 2119 2412 3617 3114 3010 4419 7 2 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 916 ' 28-7 11 ' - l ' - f - 1 ! - I 1 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL BACK ROW: glio, Gene Fiechtl, Brian Hein, Will Colston, Jeff Brzo- zowskl, Coa MIDDLE ROW: Harold Kiefer, Joe Schimmels, Matt Pres- Iey, Bill Chamberlin, Jon Briggs, Curt Allen, Brad Hatten- bach FRONT ROW: Tom Horrigan, Dave Bostic, Pat Carlin, Jeff Fulton, John Byrne, Eric Elges SOCCER Varsity Team Coach Jack Stone, Gavin Bortles, Don Bura- ch Mark Perdew 1986 SOCCER AWARDS VARSITY Mustang: Eric Elges Most Inspirational: Brian Hein Leadership: Pat Carlin, Tom Horrigan Most Improved: Jeff Fulton Great Competitor: Gavin Bortles JUNIOR VARSITY Mustang: Brian Dowling, Mike Yeager Most Inspirational: Kevin Corley Most Improved: Trevor Clausen FRESHMAN Mustang: Jeff Diedrich Most Inspirational: Jeff Grippe Most Improved: Eric Meyerhoffer Leadership: Eric Bartz I I VARSITY J.V. SOCCER SOCCER 8129 Denver North 8-0 I 914 Heritage 1-5 1-0 919 Fairview 2-5 1-5 9111 Central 1-O 5-0 9116 Regis 3-2 2-1 9118 Cherry Creek 1-3 0-1 9123 Arapahoe 0-1 1-2 9125 Hinkly 7-0 8-1 9130 Gateway 1-5 5-1 1012 Rangeview 2-1 4-2 I 1017 Boulder 1-1 0-0 1019 Smokey Hill 0-3 4-2 10114 Overland 0-1 2-0 10116 Littleton 2-1 1-0 I7 Q SOCCER I TOP: Ron Vigil kicks the ball while Brian Dowling looks on. Don Buraglio goes for a punt as Gavin Bortles and Pat Carlin look on Junior Varsity Team BACK ROW: Ron Vigil, Mark Nolan, Craig Hendrickson, Glenn Stelloh, Brian Dowling, Jeff Lee, Mike Anken- bruck, Ryan Barker, Neil Padden, Coach Fred McDon- ald. MIDDLE ROW: Jeff Fitzgerald, Cory Robinson, Trevor Clausen, Rob Silva, Brian Chase, Frank Sweeney, Sean Larkin, David McDermott, Mike Yeager FRONT ROW: Mike Cyran, David Shaughnessy, Brian Milhone, Kevin Corley, Paul Beardsley Freshman Team BACK ROW: Coach Hein, Tom Miller, Andy Deutsch, Casey Reagan, Chris Powers, Rick Wylie, Bobby Arm- bruster, Greg Caluori, Mike Dulin, Jeff Grippe, Eric Meyerhoffer, Mike Vallejo, Frank Heery, Eric Bartz, Coach Peter Rivard MlDDLE ROW: Troy Robinson, Jim Annunziata, Drew Ford, Zeke Kirkpatrick, Bob Reddy, Scott Desimone, Billy Thorpe, Jeff Diedrich FRONT ROW: Mike Fallbach, Brian Farrell Av'-wvsw I Fnesi-:MAN soccen Ron Vigil and Mike Cyran set up a play. Ryan Barker chest traps the ball. SOCCER 7 3 918 Overland 3-2 9115 Cherry Creek 3 5 9117 Smokey Hill 1-O I 9122 Regis 1-2 1016 Overland 1-4 1018 Smokey Hill 2-4 10113 Cherry Creek 0 1 10115 Regis 5-3 CRGSS KNEELING: Joel Faestel, Phil Faulkner, David Armstrong, Keith Smith STANDING: Mike Muhr, Mr. Abell, Brendan Bastable, Nath- an Hackos, Tom Van Veen, Mark Pelzel, Chris Murdy, John Buffington, Leigh Holden, Fred Carter, Steve Spahn, J.D. Wells, Mike Thenell, Pat Burgess, David Hackos, Todd Tay- lor This year the Cross Country team finished tenth out of fourteen teams in the Centen- nial league championship, their best showing ever. Highlights include MulIen's defeat over Regis for the first time and Fred Carter's second place rank in the Dis- trict meet. Although the seniors had more experience and were not as likely to crack under pressure, the strong runners were the underclassmen. Freshmen runners Joel Faestel and Phil Faulkner showed great potential. Sophomore runners J.D. Wells and Brendan Bastable ran very well also. Coach Abell with his strong, young team hopes to improve next year. EVENT Fairview Invitational Cherry Creek Invitation M8tM Invitational Mustang Invitational Spring Invitational Boulder Valley Challenge Bear Creek Invitational Englewood Invitational 0 4 Boulder Valley Invltat 0 7 Northglenn Invitational O 8 Trailblazer Invitational 10117 Centennial League Meet 10125 State Meet 8129 915 916 9112 9119 9 20 9 27 PLACE 3rd out of 6 7th out of 9 3rd out of 7 4th out of 9 17th out of 30 18th out of 33 1st out of 10 n 4th out of 6 3rd out of 4 4th out of 9 10th out of 14 Fred Carter 20th 1 f .. 1011 " 2d 11 '. 11 " 11 ' " CDUNTRY Fred Carter races at the State meet in Pueblo. ,,,,- Wi' J.D. Wells races at the M8tM meet. M 11. .av Chris Murdy, Mike Thenell, Brendan Bastable, Fred Carter, J.D. Wells, Steve Spahn and Pat Burgess cele- brate their team's first place win at the Bear Creek Invi- tational. 1 4 4' Q 5 i,u.iS . -'ii Brendan Bastable leads in the 5 km. race at Cherry Creek. Fred Carter speeds by at the district meet. J.D. Wells, center, sprints up a hill at the Boulder Valley Challenge. CROSS-COUNTRY I? 5 GULF A trapped ball? Pat Blandford aims for a hole-in-one. Doug Brewka demonstrates a controlled swing. Evergreen Invitational Fort Collins Invitational Varsity Tournaments Boulder Aurora South Surburban Meadow Hills I District at Meadow Hills I? 6 GOLF Place 6th 4th 2nd 1st 7th 3rd 4th Score 334 325 309 300 343 325 341 2595.-5 ,, - Y W ,J .. N ' M- .M ,LL- K - News .,,m, .. ggi my K MR X V We xfs: B .P t. X K f -- Q as 3 4 W, K -iz-fi ,kk ls. . . . give, V .Sw ,R S A R Yi wives-vrgtyas . , ,st i V 9 t- . s-' A- ge- 'Q . .vp ,ik-we - av A eg Q Q' ,ix jk, -:iff .gi ' F512 5 Esiagatgieli t Bill Wilfley looks down the fairway. Mike Peny was voted Most Improved Player. Doug Brewka, Mike Peny, Steve Cunningham, Charlie Whalen Kiley Reynolds TEAM MEMBERS 1986 David Cunningham Scott Mannix Ed Vigil Tim Northern Joey Glasman Mike Peny Charlie Whalen Bill Wilfley Tim O'Malley Ed Brady Doug Brewka J.R. Buchanan Brendan Blockowicz Jim Caulson Jeff Grogan Doug Mannix Kiley Reynolds Pat Blandford GOLF ? 7 WRESTLING i , Q Rudy Lacovara goes for control of the wrist. Dan P. Murphy pulls a grape vine on Jim Buchanan. John Lambert is about to tie up. A Small Team with Pride and Spirit The Mullen wrestling team and head coach Bob Andrews showed high effort and Mullen pride this year. The team was small, but possessed important players such as seniors Dan Murphy and Sean Steeves. The underclassman players who also showed team pride were juniors George Gomer, Rudy Lacovara, and freshman Joe Eckstein. 1987 was not a great year, but the team won some important individual matches. Couch Andrews reports they are a promising young team who will combine talent as well as ambition to bring victories in the tough matches ahead. AWARDS OUTSTANDING WRESTLER: Sean Steeves MOST IMPROVED: Joe Eckstein 7 WRESTLING 124 126 29 12119 12120 115 1117 1122 1124 1130 1131 216 WRESTLING Cherry Creek Fairview Invt Sheridan Gateway Quadrangular Fairview Regis Boulder Littleton Alameda Invt. Rangeview Central Overland Quadrangular Smokey Hill Heritage Hinkley Arapahoe 6 64 8th out of 8 24 42 11 57 6 59 6 53 5 52 12 58 7th out of 8 3-63 won by forfeit 0-66 8-60 6-60 24-41 0-71 ,. MWm..m,,,.t- -wmww - 'w'w"Rm'f...i' ..f ,,,,,,,1f"' awww., ,.-.- ff ...WesamA,..,,w,,.aQ2:'i'fIS,,M,.MWs-wI-'S-4w552325saem1M pf.S9,2.:'x,:m'1i::.:'L15,...N.AQ Brian Lambert carries out an ankle ride on an opponent from Aurora John Lambert sets up a refree position at the half. Central. my fa, ?Ei, ' , iflii QQW fi Derek Sandoval thinks of a move to get himself FRONT: Mike Krueger, Jim Annunziata, Pat Blandford, Jason Sabeil, Donovan Frederico CENTER: Ed McDonnell, Mike Ryan, Matt Tidd, John Lambert, Derek Sandoval STANDING: Coach Rob McReynoIds, Sean Steeves, Dan P. Murphy, Brian Lambert, Jim Buchanan, Rudy Lacovara, Coach Bob An- drews WRESTLING W Q CENTENNIAL CHAMPIONS! Erik Pille goes for a loose ball while Jahmall Coleman looks David Cunningham prepares to pass to a team- OD. ITIBIS. LEAGUE One of the most exciting games of the season was Mullen's rematch with Aurora Central during the subdistrict tournaments. The Trojans was the only team to have mastered the Mustangs during the regular season. At the start of the third quarter Aurora Central led by 7 points but Mullen quickly picked up the missing points and remained neck to neck with the visitors. The excitement came in the last minute of the game. With a 68- 63 lead by the Trojans Coffey tossed in a jumper at :26. The Trojans were unable to inbound the ball allowing Coleman to score the winning basket with 16 seconds left in the game. Fans and friends streamed onto the court with joy. I VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE I 1212 Evergreen 102-61 1131 Rangeview 64-59 12110 Regis 54-39 216 Gateway 66-51 ' 12112 Boulder 69-65 217 Littleton 72-67 gfilil 116 Northglenn 87-67 2113 Fairview 75.57 119 Grand Junction 82-72 2114 Arapahoe 79.57 1110 Overland 80-55 2120 Aurora Hinkley 46-37 gif? 1116 Heritage 94-70 2121 Cherry Creek 73-72 1117 Boulder 80-69 2125 Subdistrict1Boulder 38-75 1123 Regis 68-58 2126 Subdistrict1A. Central 69-68 1124 Smoky Hill 68-57 2128 Subdistrict1Littleton 73-60 I 1130 Aurora Central 92-98 217 District1Manual 72-75 ...- I ...f V .,. ... --.. V l..-. .,.. "f' ':i'l Jahmall Coleman looks for a pass during the game against Regis. STANDING: Coach Hochever, Luke Weith, Greg Scheckenbach, ,Jahmall Coleman, Jeff Kelly, James Coffey, Coach Stan Dodds KNEELING: Keith Recine, manager, Winston Ar- mani, David Cunningham, Erik Pille, Jerry Dunn, Tim Mara, Andy Gill, manager Tim Mara dunks one in. James Coffey goes for a hook shot. Jahmall Coleman tries to avoid a fallen Regis Raider. The Denver Post: Best of the Rockies recognition to Jahmall Coleman, Top Five Basketball Players in the State of Colorado. Average 31.3 points a game. Dr. Pepper Award to Jahmall Coleman. Weekly winner for scor- ing 47 points and 22 rebounds in the game against Aurora Cen- ffal. VARSITY BASKETBALL 1 J.V. BASKETBALL Kobie Taylor goes for a lay-up. Finishing 12-6 the Mustang J.V. basketball team had a great season. Regis, who they beat twice, is their biggest rival. The player with the most points was Blair Hanneman. He also has the memorable shot from half court to put the team into over- time with another rival Cherry Creek. Coach Ulmer said "We are a whole different crew from the rest of the city. Our aca- demic standards make us different. The harder you work in school the better the performance on the court. You get more both ways." Guard Winston Folmar said "The team did not play up to its potential all season until facing Cherry Creek. But I still feel it was a successful season." J.V. Basketball Schedule 1212 Evergreen 76-56 1124 Smokey Hill 54-80 12110 Regis 53-52 1130 Aurora Central 88-43 12112 Boulder 61-58 1131 Rangeview 86-69 116 Northglenn 77-72 116 Gateway 68-76 119 Grand Junction 66-52 117 Littleton 59-77 1110 Overland 54-39 2113 Fairview 60-59 1116 Heritage 67-65 2114 Arapahoe 50-65 1117 Boulder 68-62 2120 Aurora Hinkley 59-55 1123 Regis 52-53 2121 Cherry Creek 65-61 Q J.V. BASKETBALL Joey Glasman breaks through the line. ati gif, David Wright, Anders Jacobson and Tom Smeltz fight for the board during the game with Regis. A I 5 f K ,4 as x K x x 5 ,- Coach Ulmer sets up a play during the game with Regis. STANDING: Scott Weckbaugh manager, Steve Foss, Anders Jac obson, Tom Baldwin, Keith Ftecine manager, Coach Ulmer KNEELING: Joey Glasman, Winston Folmar, Blair Hanneman Carl Goodman, Andy Gill, manager Joe Schimmels drives to the hoop. Winston Folmar calls for the outlet pass. J.V. BASKETBALL 3 SOPHOIVIDBE BASKETBALL Trent Dodds steals the ball from a Littleton player. Kyle Keane puts one up. 1216 12110 12113 12117 12120 117 1110 1114 1117 1121 1124 1128 1131 214 215 41 Boulder 69-55 Fairview 56-46 Cherry Creek 72-46 Heritage 75-56 Gateway 73-62 Littleton 50-59' Hinkley 73-46 Overland 95-57 Flangeview 79-69 Smokey Hill 82-59 Regis 75-59 Arapahoe 44-63 Central 96-56 Rangeview' 75-60 Boulder" 69-64 'Quarter finals "Semifinals SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SOPHOMORE TEAM STANDING: Kiley Reynolds, Erik Light- hall, Kyle Keane, Matt Morehead, Scott Weckbaugh, manager KNEELING: Trent Dodds, Marty Clark, Mike Barry, Joey Martinez Not Pictured: Coach Dwight McCIendon l. Robbie Johnson Coach Theneil KNEELING: Tim Theneli, Ted Si Zeke Kirkpatrick FRESHMAN "A" TEAM FRESHMAN "B" TEAM Hank Hasler Jeremy Stefanek Steve Rodz Kiko Tamez STANDING: John Miller, Skip Larson, Tim O'MaIIey, STANDING: Coach Prouse, Jon Schimmels, Steve Woodhouse, ' m . . ' . ' . I ms, Jeff Diedrich, KNEELING: Mike Monark, Sean McMillan, Mike Harmsen, Bobby Armbruster, Bob Reddy . . A. , HB., 64-40 48-62 70-81 38-61 64-49 44-41 48-76 32-63 78-75 57-64 1121 1124 1128 1131 214 217 Nathan Meier tries for the big two-0. Robbie Johnson t tempts a power lay up HA., 66-52 64-67 86-77 71 -76 59-58 76-78 ..B,. 40-61 39-79 44-59 38-68 31 -1 6 38-57 FRESH MAN BASKETBALL i Y" HOCKEY is fz.si,1ii'i5ffz1s51- JM. 128' . y . X Q 21 . - , x .MvfM,zz:p:wz.-1' ffr' 1 , "rr ff-' - " ' , ---- A . . ,ss sig ' .R C az. 5 e 'fx L ,.,, Matt Hoffman races for the puck. 5 GM v- . ai 'li Nd' T I- W. f f ' .M U W TOP ROW: Steve Boyd, Scott Porta, Tony Gow, Matt Hoffman, Darrell Gonzales, M., -we - Joni McKibbon. MIDDLE ROW: Damian Carpio, Gus Grievel, Lee Trombetta, Rob Silva, Glenn Hives, Mike Gilbert, Tim Putz ' "W f' .CM ,, FRONT ROW: lan MacLeod, Coach Alan Moles,Kenny Sheoch,Tim Himstreet, lan Gilbert, Coach Mike Sesko, Rich Solomon T NOT PICTURED: Chris Adamek T MW Mullen lines up for the face-off 6 HOCKEY Mullen breaks out of the zone. Team members wait in the box. ,g ,L ,af f, 'I sg. Matt Hoffman chases his opponent "' W ak' ,, ,, ..,.. A . ,whwwwwtma SQ ...7 X 118 11113 11115 11122 24 29 12111 12114 12118 12121 114 119 1111 1115 1117 1123 Littleton Northglenn Arapahoe Heritage Arvada Pomona Arvada West Douglas1Ponderosa Heritage Cherry Creek Littleton Smokey1Overland Arapahoe Cherry Creek Regis Douglas1Ponderosa W1 1 Gus Greivel wins the face-off. l Mullen's hockey team suffered through late night practices and a difficult schedule in their second year. The young, inexperienced pucksters found the year frustrating and challenging in their efforts against more es- tablished teams. Even though they lost to powerful Cherry Creek, Chris Adamek felt they had played an excellent game. Team leaders this year were Gus Grievel, captain, Tim Himstreet, Matt Hoffman and Steve Boyd. HOCKEY W SWIMMING SWIMMING A TEAM SPIRIT The Mullen Varsity swimming team, under the direction of Coach Jeff Shaw, was noted for its team spirit. It was that team spirit which qualified Chad Stedman and Dale Brabec for state competition, as well as the 400 Free Style relay team of James Wu, Jeff Shepard, Dale Brabec and Chad Stedman. The swimmming team did not only involve swim meets, but diving competitions as well. Mike Yeager and Will Gotchey were two strong diving competitors. l ,I ,,,, ' - JE? nw , I Q,,f,b. VV rn, , fm A , :Wil is , 9 ,, , 4 ,, X , fx ii? A I . rf tw . ff Drew Borries butterflies at practice I 4 I ' H at Wa- 1 is ,l, w',l15:,,'lz 'lll " 9 r if "W nm all 'Qu ' lx,-1 ar' BACK: Coach Jeff Shaw, David Hillbrand, Bill Thill, Dale Brabec, Todd Heimel, Jeff Lee, Jeff Shepard, James Wu CENTER: John Bradley, Darren Swander, Tom Collings, Will Gotchey, Drew Borries, Don Buraglio, Don Campbell, Rhett Reger, Mike Yeager FRONT: Collon Kennedy, Scott Murphy, Chad Stedman, David Beck, Jeff Grippe, Luke Monroe, Joe Grennan, Ken Franc Todd Heimel swims the 500 free style at Arap- ahoe. lrll slll ,a nf ' 'W,,,'m:J' 'nf Mini, ' f I " ' f f ,- f , -kafM5gaf4is WWW' I rrrr ,v-U ' N ' MWC gif ,.., , ga V. , A ' ' ." I I ' if i FI I' ' ' Q ,. -- F M , I. ,J Q fi . I wtf? , Will Gotchey, center, keeps track of the laps for along distance swimmer. 12111 12112 12118 12120 10 115 22 24 2 210 Aurora Central Ranum Gateway High School Inv. Littleton Arapahoe Relays Heritage Aurora Hinkley Jeffco Invitational Arapahoe Overland Cherry Creek SWIMMING SCHEDULE 75-96 94-76 88-83 76-95 7th out of 14 82-89 98-72 3rd out of 16 52-120 61-1 1 1 60-109 2114 "B" League Meet John Bradley Jeff Lee Joe Grennan Donny Buraglio Joe Gren- nan Jett Lee John Bradley 2121 A League Meet James Wu Dale BI'ab6C James Wu Chad Stedman Jeff Shepard Dale Brabec 5th 400 Free Relay 1st 100 Free Style 3rd 50 Free Style 3rd 200 I.M. 5th 100 Breast St. 3rd 200 Medley Relay 11th 200 Free 12th 100 Breast 5th 400 Free Relay 118 11 . I . , 11 11 " " 11 9 213 1 , . State qualifiers: Dale Brabec 200 I.M.: Chad Stedman 500 Freeg 400 Free Relay Mike Yeager throws a 1 112 pike somersault at Littleton High School. W . If . I It 4 . ,,, ,l, .W . 96 t K Ji i,f Q wi .'il': ,,f myklgfy? 11. as-'kwa BACK: Joe Grennan, Collon Kennedy, Scott Murphy, Drew Borries FRONT: Dale Brabec, Tom Collings, con verse during a meet with Arapahoe. Joe Grennan swims the breast stroke during practice. SWIMMING Q LACRCDSSE STANDING: Scott Mannix, Lorin Creer, Mike Mas- see, Kevin Connors, Mike Gilbert, Marty Powers, R.J. Nicholson, Alex Mercer, Tom Stephens, Joe Fazio KNEELING: David Finch, Leroy Trombetta, Bart Neu, Mike Busse, Mike Penney, Jon Briggs, Matt Schempp Scott Mannix works out with leg lifts during practice. Mike Gilbert does a hurdlers stretch. Lacrosse Schedule 3123 Englewood ' 3126 Heritage 416 Fountain Valley Prep 4113 Colorado Springs gg 4116 Columbine 4120 Littleton .gjg 4123 Ponderosa 3 "'--"' 4127 Fairview 'f-- 3 517 Wheatridge '21, Q Q LACROSSE STANDING, Rob Witwer, David Neu, Craig Hendrickson, lan Gilbert, Mike Ryan, Eric Hurtado, Spencer Mollerstuen, Bob Lee, Mike McGurren, Frank Sweeney, Tim Nie- hus, Doug Mannix KNEELING: Erik Lighthall, Paul Myskiw, Bruce McDonald, Paul Heath, Skip Larson SITTING: Rich Petoia, Steve Cunningham, Mark Niehus, Joe Grennan, lan MacLeod, Andy Deutsch, Phil Peny v BASEBALL 3 All is I Joey Timmer catches a fast ball during indoor prac- tice. VARSITY SCHEDULE .wi ,, M L,.mta"' . ff: ' 'r 5 414 Littleton 417 Gateway 419 Hinkley 4111 Fairview 4114 Cherry Creek 4116 Smokey Hill 4118 Arapahoe 4121 Boulder 4123 Flegis 4125 Rangeview 4128 Central 4130 Overland 5, 512 Heritage gi 1 1 KNEELING: Joey Timmer, Tom Smeltz, Gary Menardi, Todd Hattenbach, Tim Himstreet, Dan Egan, Clark Seccombe, Mike Munden, Todd Fiapue, Chris Adamek, Jeff Grogan, Dan Schwarz STANDING: Tom Hoffman, Stu Thompson, Jeff Youel, Fluss Flhinehart, Toby Dickens, Mike Riess, Mike McGill, Scott Coscarella, Greg Zal- laps, John Kostro, Mike Cyran, Pat Aluise, Steve Faust, Mike Flosenberger, Tom Baldwin, Ed Brady, Glenn Stelloh, Keith Gardner, Jamie O'Meara, Brian Maloney, Brendan Essary Gary Menardi works on improv- ing his swing. Dan Schwarz and Jeff Grogan f practice quick hands. ' ,M f iitL 4 1 A A 049 fi f i5'4f A OO ,,,, lll 'i"i 4 , 1 Q49-iii f ,gf i l 1 l'i 1 g ,,1 1 ,,d g BASEBALL ACA QYWQQ PQ Q l its --md! Mark Holzemar, Scott Coscarella and Steve Kossik learn how to melt rocks in Geology. Mk' Tim Thenell prepares to hang a Christmas tree ornament. Scott Hardin and Kevin Cronin study diligently . . . and then take a break. Mullen has had a long tradition of academic excellence. Nine- ty-eight percent of all Mullen students go on to college. This year, Mullen continues in its tradition of academic excel- lence. With classes ranging from physical education to ad- vanced placement physics, Mullen offers a wide variety of college prep courses. With the way things are going now, Mullen will be turning out students who are ready for the world for many years to come. ACADEMICS Q 3 Chad Stedman discusses proper disciplinary actions with Mr. Gree Sr. Brendan Jordan and her cowbell led Mullen in school spirit. Mullen administration for the 1986-1987 school year consisted of Br. Marvin Richter, who served as Principal, Sr. Brenden Jordan, Assistant Princi- pal of academics, and Mr. Mike Greek, who served as Assistant Principal in charge of dicipline. Stu- dents went to Sr. Brenden with schedule prob- lems, and to Mr. Greek, abeit involuntarily, for re- primands and detentions for tardies, minor offens- es, and an occasional forgiveness. Br. Marvin in- sured continuity and excellence at the school. Q 4 ADMINISTRATION 1--x .1 Brother Marvin signs paychecks. k. 5 Mrs. Zagyi rests after a long day with the computer Mrs. Sandra Zagyi is our Business Manager. She is responsible for maintaining students' tuition ac- counts, payroll, and other financial aspects of the school. Mullen's Fle- ceptionist and Secretary to the Prin- cipal is Mrs. Rosemary Pepping. Mrs. Pepping handles all calls com- ing into the front office, malls report cards, photocopies, and handles the hundreds of questions we may have in a single day. The person who lis- tens to our many excuses is Mrs. Jane Duff. Mrs. Duff is the school's secretary and attendance officer. Her tasks includes locating absent students, keeping lost and found ar- ticles and issuing tardy passes. it We if . r r r t . x gf tr 5 ffl? Mrs. Duff types the names ofabsent students into the unforgiving com- Mrs. Pepping runs off a million worksheets for Ms, Theis. puter STAFF Q 5 - .5 Mr. Simms points out lines with arrows to his Math Analysis class. Mrs. Epstein helps Robbie Johnson and Scott Murphy. M M: "i 'S i'4rsv- f.t.t,.,t, ivtt , ..., .. .. ,. U igik WM , ti if .4 Mrs. Sample worked as a nurse in Vietnam and teaches geometry to Sophomores. MATH Mr. Baker instructs his geometry class and a wide awake Todd Cook. NN'-We we kv... - 1,fA 41. T Chris Crosby and Darryl Chavez type in a program. .,.."'fadl .J Y if ,., i V 1' 3 John Husmann takes a break from the computer. Mr. Opsahl enjoys a joke. COMPUTER Q 7 Chris Harris wonders why a camera is in front of his face. Mr. Kloosterman prepares a lecture. Mr. Schmeckpeper demonstrates a "Grinder" on Bob Reddy. Mr. Abell ponders a question. Social Studies is required course for three years at Mullen. Mr. Abell is the department head and he is responsible for the curriculum. Freshmen study World History under Mr. Schmeckpeper and participate in a model United Nations. Sophomores are required to take two semesters of U.S. History, while jun- iors study U.S. Goverment and Practical Law. Seniors may take one semester of Internation- al Law. Sr. Brendan, Mr. Hofer, and Mr. Flivard all teach in the department. Q SOCIAL STUDIES T mmfkfi sion. . f I ff' 5 Q 5 5 h""r--.l..,t nan. I mink. The Mullen Speech Department, under the direction of Mr. Frank Sferra, is ranked highly among Colorado high schools. Speech is required for freshmen and new sophomores. Mr. Frank Sferra and Mr. Tim Thorton offer their classes a variety of activites such as debate, speeches and student congress. Students who enjoy speech can take Advanced Speech and be part of the Speech club. SPEECH Q Q Paul Norman, Chris Vail Paul Myskiw, Ted Simms, Tim O Mal S X ley and Jim Archibald debate during a student congress ses , Mr. Thorton knows it is cold in the 200 'S Mr. Sferra challenges Phil Faulkner Sean McMillan and Steve Paull to Mrs. Fodrea teaches reading skills to fresh- men. Mrs. Halladay plans this week's puzzle. Sr. Meta Creadon heads up the English department this year. Joining her is Mr. Caputo, Brother Paul, Mr. Rivard, and Mr. Sullivan, who retired at the end of the first semester this year. Taking Mr. Sullivan's place this semester is Mrs. Halladay. The English classes concentrate on grammer and literature. Freshman study the fundamentals of grammer. Sophmores study American literature and grammer. Juniors study En- glish literature and contemporary novels. Seniors study World literature and complete a senior research paper. il CQ C3 ENGLISH President Thorton campaigns with Chad Stedman ff xfk fi, Mr. Flivard passes out papers to his freshmen English class. Sr. Meta expounds the finer points of grammar. Mr. Sullivan lectures while Tom Smeltz, Bob Lee and Joey Ward take notes. ENGLISH 1 Q 1 The Theology Department at Mullen, under the direction of Br. Paul Fitzgerald, emphasizes the strict doctrine of our Christian faith. ln our school curriculum a full semester of theology is required for each class level. The freshman study the Christian faith, sophmores study the as- pects of religions, juniors study aspects of morality and bible writings, and finally the seniors study religion in the everyday life. The under classmen theology teachers are Mr. Jumonville and Mr. Garofalo. Br. Bill Giddings and Br. Paul teach juniors and seniors. ln addition, Mullen offers school and class level liturgies, and the new school prayer room. X . A Q Q S K QE " 5 K w,,,,t .,.. t m igifftgfx R 5 1 Essex by S3555 55 Brother Paul Fitzgerald emphasizes an idea in his senior theology class. Tom Baldwin reacts to the long arm of a Brother. i is X t 31 i p - 1 f Mr. Jumonville shares a joke. Mr. Garafalo takes a coffee break .ff E Paul Heath, Skip Larson and David Armstrong help Mrs. Emily Patricks sort letters. Brother Bernard Kinneavy, Director of Development, is known for his generosity and fine singing voice. The development office, under the direc- tion of Br. Bernard Kinneavy and Mrs. Emily Patricks, is in charge of student fund raisers, alumni contacts, Parent's Club, and several other school fuctions. This year's fund raiser was called "Mustang Madness" with all proceeds being distrib- uted among the numerous school activi- ties, such as the academic department and the athletic department. The Mullen Devel- opment Office is truly a credit to our school. Br. Bill Giddings uses Tom Horrigan as an unwilling example in his senior theology class. DEVELOPMENT OFFICE il CCD 3 Coach Tom Thenell plots strategy with the freshman A team. Dan Durkin dribbles to the basket while Spence Mol- Ierstuen and Frank Sweeny look on. il Q 4 PHYSICAL EDUCATION manumvnmm Brother Marvin presents Coach Pete Levine with the Centennial League-Frontier Division Championship. Coach Stan Dodds and the varsity team form a spirit huddie. Mike McGurren builds his biceps. Mike Varga helps Mike Peny lift 115 pounds. Coach Joe Giarratano teaches senior PE and is Director of Student Activities. PHYSICAL EDUCATION il Q 5 - f fn W 2.1121 hi 1--ll nun" .. t?i":ii'iiEiiges '23 hai: ,.. ,. . ,iz ..,.,..,. , Mrs. Lois Boyce answers all of our questions and provides motherly love. Mr. Gary Hofer takes a coffee break. The guidance program has been a vital force in the personal life of Mullen students. Providing personal and academic support, the guidance department was comprised of Dr. Harold Rob- erts, Mr. Gary Hofer, and Mrs. Lois Boyce. The office also provided transcripts and information on universities and colleges. Peer Support was a program most available to Mullen students. Established by Mr. Hofer, it provided a chance for younger students to learn form the experience of older students who acted as facilitators. W4 ri "xii .'.'.. K. .5 ..... iii Q 6 GUIDANCE Dr. Harold Roberts consoles John DePinto over his bro- ken ankle. A l . Q L S C' If ' ! Brother Charles Miller takes a break 5 from the library. +0 Jeff Johnston promotes Terrible Towels. Mrs. Billie Middleton returns a test to her 5th period accounting class. LIBRARY 8 BUSINESS il Q I? , 1 ' 1 This year's exchange students were Andres Cachon, and Javier Lopez, from Orizaba, Veracruz, MGXlCO. Society initiation. W.. sf' it 2. .. 3 t wwm Mmm f Spanish Honor Society lnitiates 12 New Members. The Spanish Honor Society was established for stu- dents with a talent in Spanish. The program encour- ages students to pursue the study of Spanish, and make it a part of their daily lives. Mullen received her chapter in 1985 due to the efforts of Mrs. Irma Bolt- man. The chapter is named after San Miguel Febres Cordero who was an Ecuadorian Brother famous for his many books on the Spanish language. This year the Mullen chapter received twelve new members. They are Donald Buraglio, Patrick Burgess, Fred Carter, Michel Claussen, Mark Defeo, Jerry Dunn, Michael Jerome, Michael Kennedy, Sean Kuhn, Da- vid Neu, Mark Pelzel, and John Wheeler. Rick Butvilofsky, Tom Horrigan, Brad Hattenbach, and Gavin Bortles close this years Spanish Honor Society initiation. FOREIGN LANGUAGE f.. ..fml.v 1- Wi. Ulf. . Su f.. it If S kV....... . ,. .Wg ,... t,a,M ,X , . . X 3 s S, x 5 se--s- . b Fred Carter lights a candle at the beginning of a Spanish Honor .es-H' N. A A A 'TY N it Ax 5 ,gulf .41 Marta Aigermissen Helve Arro Irma Boltman Marge Smith 'Ile 11, Ms. Smith instructs her German Ill class. Mr. Bob Scheck substitutes for Mrs. Boltman. Mrs. AIgermissen's Spanish I class studies during Homecoming Week. FOREIGN LANGUAGE 1 ,jawn .f.-M" -'L' 'P - " """""' 'WE M'-'-W.. Sr. Diane Davidson explains the nature of electricty in water to her Chemistry class. The Science department provides an array of demanding and exciting classes. Sr. Diane teaches six clas- ses of Chemistry, one of which is a honors course. Mr. Thomas and Mr. Walsh offer the seniors courses in Physics, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, and Geology. While Ms. Theis teaches five classes of Biology to sophomores. "Gentlemen, this is a rock," proclaims Mr. Tho- m8S. Mr. Walsh and Damian Carpio work on a geology problem. Ms. Theis talks with an interested David Wright. 1 1 QD SCIENCE V Q W Mike Harriss, Robbie Johnson and Ms. Caton rehearse for a concert. hour. Andy Gaizutis rehearses durung 4th I Ms. Karen Caton takes a rest during practice. BAND Students often see Mr. Chhun Heap working in the Mr. Samon Touch and Mr. El Sam take a break Mr. Satha Choub inspects a room in the 200 cafeteria. from work. hail. ,,,t.,.---' :QQ NM.- K 'S 'Q A . .f,r',4,.y,..f5 ..,,2z,f,,'r,aazsz " Supervisor Mr. Duane Junk fixes the microwave oven in the Teacher's Mrs. Doris Rask and Mrs. Bernadette Haas provide much needed help room. in the cafeteria. in il Q CAFETERIA 81 MAINTENANCE HIMSTREET, PLAYER 84 CO. Congratulations Mustangs You Had A Super Year. Keep The Good Work Up! Your Smiles Are Great! Dr. Robert E. Brewka Highline Orthodontics 113 'iiii Congrat ulations Class of '87 from our family . . . H, H HN MHS ,V1.1,-.:-A,1v .2 1. - ' A 1-f-14 --- .....,, ,1m,,,. , 'gala V , .,... X ' tr Y U -f ., ..a- t-,M A avmmm J "" f mums N . - X - ' - X V -"'A" - - tp wb 152- Q , H -, 1' H 0 ...,, A---P :ff 1 - V I -tit to your family! 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Brother Marvin Richter Sister Meta Creadon Brother Bernard Kinneavy Mr. Tim Thenell Mr. Charles Jumnoville Mrs. Billie Middleton Brother Paul Fitzgerald Color Sports Photos Mr. Roger Baker Brother Bill Giddings Mrs. Sandra Epstein Mrs. Vance Sample Mrs. Marge Smith Mr. Tim Thorton Mrs. Lois Boyce Mrs. Emily Patricks Zemi Photos Mr. Jack Stone Mr. Frank Sferra Mr. Gary Hofer Mr. Dave Abell Mr. 81 Mrs. Bastable Mr. 81 Mrs. Timmer Mr. 81 Mrs. Wells Will Skow Photography The Faestel Family The Flierl Family Seniors, we will remember you in a special way and will be praying that God's blessing will surround you always John and Mary Bostic Parents, get behind and support all Mullen activities. John Diedrich, a 1966 graduate, and Viann Diedrich congratulate all Mullen students for a successful year May God Bless the Mullen Class of 1987 today and always! Best of Luck to the Class of '87. The Johnston's Good Luck Class of '87. The Mara's Congratulations Class of 1987. Bob, Lynda and Stuart Thompson There is no Failure except in no longer trying. Congratulations Mustangs. Keep up those smiles! Jamall you have done your best! Grandma May our Lord gently guide each student through his life. Best of luck, class of '87 from Mr. 81 Mrs. William E. Miller. SPONSORS Mr. 81 Mrs. Allen, Mr. 81 Mrs. Beardsley, Mr. 81 Mrs. Cunningham, Mr. 81 Mrs. De Lauro, Mr. 81 Mrs. Gleason Mr 81 Mrs. Helten, Mr. 81 Mrs. James, Mr. 81 Mrs. Leete, Wilfley Family. THANK YOU ABELL, MR. DAVE 74, 98 ADAMCZYK, TROY 8 ADAMEK, CHRIS 24, 86, 91 ALBRIGI-IT, KRIS 24 ALGERMISSEN, MRS. MARTA 109 ALLEN. CHRIS 17, 56, 57 ALLEN, CURT 17, 72 ALUISE, PAT 24, 68, 91 ANDERSON, DAVID 24 ANDREWS, COACH BOB 79 ANGER, ERIC 24 ANKENBRUCK, MIKE 24, 54, 58, 73 ANNUNZIATA, JIM 30, 62, 73, 79 ARCHIBALD, JIM 30, 53, 70, 99 ARMANI, WINSTON 17, 65, 66, 81 ARMBRUSTER, BOBBY 30, 73, 85 ARMSTRONG, DAVID 30, 74, 103 ARMSTRONG, PAUL 24, 42, 68 ARRO, MRS. HELVE 109 ARTERBERRY, DAVID 17, 49, 66, 68 ATENCIO, MATT 24, 28 BADE, TOM 17, 23, 58 BAKER, MR. ROGER 96 BAKER, WARREN 8 BALDWIN, TOM 17, 83, 91, 102 BARKER, RYAN 24, 73 BARNES, RYAN 30, 62 BARRY, MIKE 24, 31, 84 BARTZ, ERIC 30, 72, 73 BASTABLE, BRENDAN 24, 74, 75 BATTREALL, PETER 30, 63, 70 BATTREALL, TED 8, 61, 66 BEARDSLEY, PAUL 24, 73 BECK, DAVID 30 BELITZ, MIKE 8, 41, 44 BERVEN, MARK 24, 66 BLANDFORD, PAT 30, 76, 79 BLOCKOWICZ, BRENDAN 24 BOEHM, PAUL 30 BOLTMAN, MRS. IRMA 109 BONIN, GARRETT 30, 45, 70 BORRIES, DREW 24, 37, 55. 59, 68, 88. BORRILLO, MATT 17, 56 BORTLES, GAVIN 8, 43, 72, 108 BOSTIC, DAVE 8, 72 BOYCE, MRS. LOIS 106 BOYD, STEVE 17, 47. 86, 87 BRABEC, DALE 17, 88, 89 BRADLEY, JOHN 9 BRADY, ED 24, 91 BRATH, JOSEPH 30 BREWKA, DOUG 24, 76, 77 BRIGGS, JON 17, 60, 72, 90 BROOKS, MAX 17 BROWN, CLEVE 18 BRZOZOWSKI, JEFF 9, 46, 60, 72 BUCHANAN, J.R. 24 BUCHANAN, JIM 18, 45, 78, 79 BUCKHEIT, JON 9 BUFFINGTON, JOHN 18, 74 BUHLER, BILL VAN 62 BURAGLIO, DONALD 18, 43, 72, 108 BURBRIDGE, CHRISTOPHER 30 BURGESS, PAT 17, 56, 57, 74, 75, 108 BURT, JUSTIN 30 BUSSE, MIKE 18, 53, 90 BUTVILOFSKY, RICHARD 9, 66, 108 BYRNE, DAVID 24, 58 BYRNE, JOHN 24, 51, 72 BYRNE, KEVIN 24, 25, 69 BYRNE, PATRICK 18 89 ...gym CACHON, ANDRES 108 CALLAHAN, FRANK 18, 56, 57 CALUORI, GREG 30, 73 CAMBELL, DON 25 CAMP, KEVIN 9 CAPUTO, MR. JIM 99, 100 CARLIN, PAT 9, 43, 72 CARPIO, DAMIAN 86, 110 CARROLL, KEVIN 30, 70 CARTER, FRED 18, 74, 75, 108 CATON, MS. KAREN 111 CAULSON, CHRIS 66 CAULSON, JIM 25 CHAMBERLIN, BILL 9, 61, 72 CHASE, BRIAN 18, 73 CHAVEZ, DAMON 9 CHAVEZ, DARRYL 9, 51, 97 CHOUB, MR. SATHA 112 CHRISTIANSON, CASEY 25 CIERPIAL, SCOTT 9, 50, 58 CLARK, MARTY 30, 84 CLAUSEN, TREVOR 25, 72, 73 CLAUSSEN, MIKE 18, 108 COFFEY, JAMES 17, 18, 64, 66, 81 COLEMAN, JAHMALL 17, 18, 47, 64, 80, 81 COLLINGS, TOM 25, 89 COLSTON, DAN 25, 68 COLSTON, WILL 9, 72 CONNELL, KEVIN 30, 39 CONNELL, MIKE 30, 31 CONNELLY, STEPHEN 9 CONNORS, KEVIN 10, 16, 90 CONTRERAS, JOE 25, 68 COOK, TODD 25, 96 CORLEY, KEVIN 25, 51, 72, 73 DICUS, KEVIN 18 DIEDRICH, JEFF 31, 72, 73, 85 DILLON, JAMES 31 , 63 DOBBS, CHRIS 10, 58 DODDS, COACH STAN 81, 105 DODDS, JEFFREY 31 DODDS, TRENT 84 DOWLING, BRIAN 25, 72, 73 DUFF, MRS. JANE 42, 95 DULIN, MIKE 31, 73 DUNN, JERRY 17, 19, 66, 67, 81, 108 DURKIN, DAN 25, 58, 104 ECKSTEIN, JOSEPH 31 EGAN, DAN 25, 27, 91 ELGES, ERIC 10, 49, 72 EPSTEIN, MRS. 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