Tempe High School
1730 S. Mill Avenue
Tempe, Arizona 85281
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1986-87 Had Lots Of Spirit!!!
The 1986-87 year at Tempe High has been more than lntrqductign ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
simply a year of school books and term papers. It's taken
on a certain new and exciting twist on the THS campus.
Beginning this year, the spirit level rose a great deal and
never seemed to fall.
All Buffaloes are essentially Winners, because as a
union of students we excel. We're much like a chain of
students linked with the same ideas of school pride and
unity, but take one link out of the chain and it's never
quite the same. The moral of this phrase is simply that
we must maintain that positive attitude about Tempe
High even long after we've left it's hallowed halls.
Events .......... . .
Jgm on it!! THS students "j am out" at the Hawaiian Dance held after the Westwood game. Most of the dances had
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Eighty Seven, Eighty Seven .... ' !! The Class of '87 shows that seniors
have spirit too.
Ummmm... Senior Martrel Turner trys
to remember all of his homework assignments
for the day.
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Here's the plan!!! Seniors Matt Knutson Roy Olson Billy ms me S e an urmg one 0 the halftime
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Newman, Benji Rodriguez, and Robert Mercier devise a mean 4
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BUFF PRIDE made a comeback
this year. The spirit at Tempe
High could once again be seen on
and off campus, in class and out
of class, and at the sporting
The idea of being a True Blue
Buffalo was brought on by the
class officers. The students who
Went here during the 1986-1987
school year are living proof that
the spirit and pride at Tempe
High School will live forever.
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Go Buffs.'The Pep Club cheers the Buffs on as they attempt to defeat H2 ranked Westwood The Buffs fell short 19 7
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Hail to our fighting team!!! The cheerleaders and pomrnies dance to the fight song
during a pep rally.
Yeahhh!!! The THS Spirit Bunnies:Junior Ken Richardson, and seniors Flint Craig, Mike Schutz
Ken Orman, Shad Griffin, Bill Carrasco, Russell Oonk, Rick Cramer, and Jim Schinn
performed during the Westwood pep rally.
Not only was there pride at sporting events,
but there was also pride in the classroom.
Students, especially seniors, tried to get at
least a "C" average. Sometimes this was hard,
and next to the impossible, but We tried.
Tests!!! Students taking a test try to hurry and finish before
the bell rings.
What a friend!!! Seniors Chris Latam and Michelle Gomez show everybody that they are friends.
ZZZZZZZ!!! Seniors in Mr. Miller's English class found it impossible to stay awake during his lecture.
C'mon bell...ring!!! Senior Sonny Cannaigon waits
patiently for the bell to ring.
That was intense!!! Senior Raul Ruiz takes a moment
of silence after reading his English assignment.
Between classes and during lunch hours,
students could be found walking and chatting
with friends. Some students even went into
the quad area to study or catch up on a good
book. No matter how busy we were, or how
much homework we had, we always seemed
to find time to relax with our friends.
Where's my Teddy ??!! Senior Raul Ruiz wishes that
he was back at home in bed.
In trod uction
What??? Sophomore Steve Mendoza looks with disgust
at a freshmen.
WOWWWWWJ!! Seniors John Trejo, Eric Schuyler, Keith
ldso, and Nate Little cannot believe the girl that just walked
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everyone how cool he is, as he hangs out with
the rest of the studs in front of Unit 5.
Spirit.'.'!Junior Mike Dowhie, and seniors Ken Orman and Christy
Pitman promote the football game by wearing their uniforms to school. D
A round Tempe at night ...........
It's the weekend and the big ques-
tion is "What do we do?" Week-
nights aren't much of a problem.
We stay home and study. But on the
weekend? It's PARTYTIME!
Partying took many forms. There
were always the school activities
like games and dances. And some-
times the clubs had a special event.
But if left to ourselves, we would
have a party at a private home,
play at some sport, go to a movie,
try the game arcade, or just cruise
looking for something to happen.
Over to Alpha Drive. Some students found
old friends and made new ones at the many
Slurp, slurp, slurp..Mmmmmm, good!!! Juniors J aunett McCormick
Eva Shivers, and Stephanie Leonard enjoy
themselves after a 50's dance.
parties on Fraternity Row at ASU. Let's party, Dude! A group of guys "pig out" after the game at Peter
Piper Pizza across the street from the school.
Alone! As the saying goes, Two's company, three's a crowd.
Couples occassionally come here to be alone together.
'Fun' decided THS'fads and fashions'
During this Tempe High School year most
students were interested in dressing in the
latest Fads and Fashions for school. They
took pride in themselves and their clothes.
The styles were especially fun this year because
just about everything was in. You could put
together the most outrageous trendy outfits, to
the most conservative stylish outfits, and still
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Ha Ha Ha laughs senior Rod Ranks at a really
Being herself sophomore Hope Flores dresses in her
favorite color, black, everyday!
Fads and Fash ns
Careful! Sophomore Heather Spots carefully puts on her make-up.
Get out of my way. Sophomore Michelle
Bassett hurries to her next class.
Cute, huh? Staring at all
of the cute girls passing by
were Junior Vin-
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Wow! Great! Students enjoyed wearing a wide variety of shoes to school. Most were popular brand names
Fads and Fashions
The Buffaloes' Favorites ..........
The HOT one! Voted the hottest car on campus was Flint Craig's bright
College SDONS Hangout
ASU Football Unit 5
UCLA Basketball Unit 2
UMA Bwww mwwmm
USC Volleyball Cornerstone
BX-U Track Parties H
Sorry, Mac! The Number One fast food restuarant on the Tempe
High campus was the home of the delicious burger, Burger King.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
About Last Night
Clothes Brand yi
Esprit , . . . .
Lee They re the ones! Based on acampus-wide survey, it was definit
choose Reeboks for that cool, "in" look.
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Hilgers ayday. The most popular. work place for
Taysom Buff students who earn their extra cash at
Blue Jeans! Levis was among the favorite brands of clothes for
Buffaloes and the favorite place to buy them was Millers Outpost at
fast food outlets was the home ofthe Big Mac,
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were purchased widely. Among the favorite
stores was MGA located at Fiesta Mall.g
Frosh confused, lostg
soon grew, matured
When they first stepped on the campus, they were as
confused as all of the Freshmen classes who had preceded
them. They couldn't find where their classes were, they got
harrassed by upperclassmen, and some even bought elevator
passes. Probably one of the biggest problems was carrying all
of their books around all day until the new locker area was
finished and they could be issued lockers.
The world started looking brighter, however, after a few
weeks. The class elected officers and sponsored its first dance,
a rousing success.
They continued to grow into the spirit of Tempe High. Their
football team set new records. They attended pep rallies and
dances in greater numbers than was expected. They were
enthusiastic, eager and very capable.
Through the year the class held a variety of fund raisers,
hoping to finish with more money in the bank than other
As the year ground to an end, the class looked forward to no
longer being the newest group on campus. But they were proud
of the fact that they could look back and say, "Wow! We really
had a blast! We're good!
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The Freshmen Class Officers. Girls representative, Vanessa Gonzales,
Secretary! Treasurer, Terri Rickard, President,Carolina Ramos, Vice President,
Marisol Conchola, and Boys Representative, Richard Stevens.
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Achey Alcock Alday Alford
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Food! Food! Inventing as a new way of eating were Carrie
Ramirez and Jean Yates.
Deborah Wallace Bradley Lauralyn
Bastin Baugh Baughman Beattie
Tyrone Katherine Sharon Brian
Bennett Benton Berry Bertrand
Trinity Todd Ari Preston
Blackwell Blanc Blankstein Blanton
Bej arano Bell
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Chris Danae Julie Alan Luis Christopher Damon Ebony
Bown Boyd Brada Bradley Bradley Brewster Brown Brown
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Jennifer Melody Lori Robin Jenny Dawn Nichole Christel
Brown Bruguier Buie Bumpass Burdick Burley Byers Calvin
Bryan Corena Steve Gina Mike Carol Lemuel
Carbajal Carpenter Carr Carranza Carr Carter Carter
Adrian Jennifer Nathan Chester Elizabeth John Angela
Chaffins Charles Chavez Cheatham Chilimidos Christiansen Chupp
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Colletto Coums Greg Wagner. Paying no attention to him were Laura Spalding,
Is she for real? wonders Greg Yanez as he
realizes all that high school has to offer.
Michael Christopher James
Curtice Dahl Dahlstrom
Franc Brian Joseph
Del Fosse Diaz Dibble
Tracy Barbie Tom
Dyll Eggleston Eich
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Brian Richard David Bruce Stacy
Fisher Fisher Flick Flood Ford
Danny Daren Angel Leonora Roy
Frost Galindez Garcia Garcia Gatlin
Jerry Vanessa Alan Pete Aaron
Gollubier Gonzales Grawien Greenman Grim
Joe Kelly Lacy Ray David
Guzman Hamm Harkins Harlow Harris
Anthony Carlos Cindy Cristina Gabe Hurry Mom! pleads Sean Leduc as he
Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez waits for his ride home.
Jensen J iminez
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Brandi Sue Chelei
Hicks Hicks Hill
Help! Help! Leave it to Richard Stevens and
Jeremy Jacobs to get locked behind bars.
Jessica Lynn Ryan
Hoffman Hofmann Honyaktewa
Mike Robert Scott
Huddleston Hudson Hughes
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Kenneth Arotonka Elisha
Hyde Isaac Jackson
Douglas Gary Conni Eddie Lewis Isela
Janes J antz J amway J aramillo Jarrett J auregui
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Carmen Carolyn Chris Chuck Jamie Richard
Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson
Lisa What a babe! thinks Heather Colleho as she
Kinder sees a good looking "Buff '.
Jordan J urado
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Chad Mindi Dana David Susan Michael Mike Lisa
Kirby Kola sinski Kostuck Krammer Kriebel Kacques Kuimelski Lam born
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Jennifer Scott Gordon Gregory Jeremy Shannon Dawn Bobby
Lan gloi s La nquist Larkham Lcaszakovits Latam Laugen Law Leanio
Garrett J evon
Travis Christina June Jake Rebecca
Lindberg Lindsey Lindsey Logan Long
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Jessica Joe Lustin Rachel Kwabene Yeah! Showing off her school spirit along with
Lowenthal Lumaitre Lowenstein Mabrey Mack her "fave" rock group is Jennifer Wardell.
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Martinez Martinez Martinez Masiello Mathison
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Tina Jeff Angela Glen Ty
McConahay McDonald McGraw McKenzie McLean
Elaine Jamie Marci James J effrey Deborah Theresa
McReynolds McRoy McVaugh Meador Meadows Mecholsky Megee
Coleen Margarita Catina
Mendoza Mendoza Miller
J acquie Jason Eleanor
Mitchell Mohney Moloney
Melani Angelica Kenia
Mooney Morales Morales
Jerome Skye Souky
Moss Myers Ner
John Darla Bryan
Nunn Ockey Okvath
Rah! Getting into Tempe High spirit was Alicia Williams, Josie
Hudak, Brenda Davis, Jennifer Robertson and Beth White.
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Larry Latonia Salia Delano Troy Lyana Dawna Christopher
Ostendorf Owens Pack Palmer Patterson Pearson Penrose Perea
Wendy Christine Santos Danielle
Persely Peter Pineda Piwiwski
Abraham Steven Ullysses Kim
Polk Porter Portugal Post
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Tedisue Clayton Michelle Leonard
Prentice Prepsky Preston Price
Richard Timmy Carrie Octavio
Quintana Quintana Ramirez Ramirez
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Reed Reyneso Richards Richard
Jennifer Jennifer Edward John
Robinson Rocha Rodriguez Rodriguez
Oh Baby! Giving a girl
look is Patrick Gleason.
Dina Eugenil Scott
Rivas Rivera Roberts
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Patrick Paul Jayson
Rodriguez Rogenstein Rollins
Alex Michelle Shawna Tina
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Rue Ruiz Ruiz Rupe
Dahn Paul Kristie Scott
Schiffer Schlador Schnyder Scholtz
Heather Dawn Roger Eric
Schwindt Scott Sealey Serrano
Melissa Jennifer Kevin
Ryan Rynearsor Sanders
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Tina Jennifer Danny John
Shelton Shockley Sien Simmons
Amy Brian Duane Dyahndra Eugenia
Siquieros Smith Smith Smith Smith
Sharron Zack Jason Eric Canmdi
Smith Smoll Smyer Snelling Snyder
Laura Chris Jennifer
Spaulding Spring Springer
Richard Todd Jeff
Stevens Stokes Stone
Ken Brian J eromy
Swinehart Tageson Takin
Byron Gifford Jess
Thompson Thompson Thompson
Gilbert Dawn Le
Torres Triplett Tro
Alexis Matthew Bobbi
Springston Starcher Stennerson
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Anne Peter Jeffrey
Stopher Storch Stout
Bill Daniel Caroline Quincey
Tantana taplin taylor Taylor
Corinne Christine Larry Valerie Greg Misti
Verlander Vielma Vizcarra Waeschle Wagner Wallace
Ethan Brian Bernadette Leza
Washington Watkins Weaver Weeks
Sam Annette Elizabeth Marcus
Wheaton Wheeler White White
Alison Colette Jimale Larry
Williams Williams Williams Williams
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Sean Dean Corinna Lauarie
Wonderling Wood Wood Wooley
Andy Perla Priscilla Stephanie
Yost Zamarron Zamora Zogheib
Heath er Brandy Latonj a
Wenge Werth West
Hope Brad Ted
Whiteface Whitehead Wictor
Gregory Angela Jean
Yanez Yarbrough Yates
Sophomores on way to
top through spirit, pride
With a sigh of relief that could be heard almost to "T"
Butte, the sophomore class realized they were no longer
freshmen. It was most obvious on the first day of school
when they knew their way around!
It was a year of very hard work and learning for the class
officers as they guided the class through the sponsorship of a
major dance, Coronation. To make money for the dance, they
conducted many fund raisers including the sale of spirit
ribbons, candy and mugs. Their hard work is sure to pay off
when they begin working on the Prom next year.
At year's end, they were confident and looking forward to
next fall when they would be upperclassmen. But they are
still the same students and know their class will reach the top
through spirit and pride.
The Sophomore Class Council. Girls Representative Jeanette Morens, Boys Representa-
tive Rick Cramer, Secretary Andrea Cook, President Valerie Navarrette and Vice
President Christine Tucker.
Anders Chauntel Anthony
Aannestad Abram Acles
Jacob Tasha John
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Carol Gary Jay Travis Jenifer Beat the bell! Trying to finish her homework
Bishton Bitters Bixby Blaker Bleak before the tardy bell was Lisa Jacobs.
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Hope Michael Christie Steven Valelrie
Flores Flores Follett Fox Frescholtz
Julie Dennis Kathleen Kimberly Kristina Cindy Ralph Connie
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Judd Kearney Kelley Kemple
Earl Andy Brian That was good! Unusually pleased while hurrying to Rhonda Cara
Langenberg Lathrop Leduc his next class after eating lunch on campus is Shane Lee Lehmann
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Liles Lindholm Lindley Lipinski Longtin MacDonald Madsen Madvig
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Martinez Martinez Martinez Massa Maupin McCo1iahay McCorkle
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McCray McDonald McFarland McGinnis McGlasson McKay Mendez Mendoza
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Morean Moreno Mullins Myers Myers Myrow Natividad Natseway
Valerie Curtis Buffy Tomasa Dana
Navarette Neal Nelson Newton Oehlerich
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Overbey Owens Padilla Palmer
James Larry Manuel
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Brenda Kempton and Christine Myers. Quihus Radin Ramsey Ray Rebelo
Judith John Sarah Doris Shawn
Reed Reid Reynolds Richard Richards
Anthony Brian Melissa Michael Jermaine
Rodriguiez Roth Rudolph Rugg Rushing
Soledad Sara Jenny Pam Christina
Sanchez Sandstedt Santesteban Sawdy Scammell
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Schulte Schultz Scott Scott Sedlock
Karen Teresa Randy Nomi Amanda
Sever Sexton Shakespeare Sharan Sharp
Gunar Ernest Amy
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Spotts Stanley Staub Bigbee, Kim Stewart and Lorinda Stewart.
Dione Marvin Cheryl Lorinda Torn Michele
Stevenson Steward Stewart Stewart Stiltner Stokes
Bryan Shane Timothy
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Girl talk! Gossiping was a normal, everyday thing for Karen Anthony Melissa Denis Robert
Conner, Monica Craig and Cassandra Bass. Tarantino Templeton Thomas Thomas
Julie Lisa Rich Daniel Christine Manda John Dennis
Thompson Tilleiy Trout Trujillo Tucker Turley Ueland Urnna
Rochelle Benjamin Chad John Rayna Dana Elita
Walker Walters Wandler Ware Warnke Washington Washington
John Tim Jerome Hope Joseph Richard Mona Melainie
West Weston White Whiteface Wilcock Wilson Valenzuela Van Tilborg
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Vasquez Vellenga Vender Verdugo Villa Virdi Volquardsen Vonk
Tammy Stephanie Donna Courtney Mike Amy Steve Richard
Wilson Winstel Wolfe Wood Woods Wright Wydoff Zandlo
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Seeing double? Most people did a double take when they saw sisters Cheyana
and Destry Wozencraft together.
Check this out! Flexing his
What? He said that about me?', asked Valerie Navarrette.
Are you serious? Not believing what her
friends just said was Alicia Webber.
Wow! Just completing their scenic tour of THS were Melaine Van Tilborg and Jessica Lindley.
were top achievers
The mighty Junior class set goals for itself at the begin-
ning ofthe year, goals it gained. They scheduled a Hawaiian
Beach Party, the Talent Show, the Prom and MANY fund
raisers. And, the class gave a special gift to the Class of '87 at
the end of the year.
The class is composed of some of the most accomplished
students in Tempe. It has the distinction of being not only
united in spirit, but also in academics, athletics and the arts.
Under the strong leadership of its officers, the class
continually strove to make itself long remembered at Tempe
High as THE class. the Class of '88.
The Junior Class Council. Front row: Secretary!Treasurer Kenneth
Richardson, President Stephanie Leonard and Boys Representative
Frank Valenzuela. Back row: Girls Representative Nicole Saliba and
Vice President Eva Shivers.
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The Senior Class Officers. Andy Ortiz, President, Suzette Cowley, Crirl's
Representative, Flint Craig, Secretary!Treasureg Shad Griffin, Vice President,
Bill Carrasco, Boy's Representative.
When it comes time to describe the Class of '87, many words pop into
one's mind. Awesomef, Uniquei, Radicall, but definitely not "me1low".
It's not an understatement to say that the Class of '87 has been one of the
finest ever produced by Tempe High, and it's certain that this year's
Senior Class will long be remembered.
Our experiences as Tempe Buffaloes began four years ago, our
freshman year. All of us were still a bit self-conscious due to the fact that
many of the other Freshmen had attended a rival Junior High. However,
by the end of our Freshmen year, we had thrown our Junior High loyalties
by the wayside and we adopted the religion of "Buffaloism". This played
a key factor in the future of the Class of '87, and how unified we would
become. Now it is four years later, and we are finally the graduating
Senior Class of Tempe High. We are revered around campus due to our
unparalleled spirit and pride, and we had been awarded the honor of
Class of the Year" in 1985-86. That unity that had been sparked at the
outset of the 1983-84 school year had matured and had successfully made
the Class of '87...the all-time "True Blue Class!"
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Raul Ruiz and Elizabeth Boettcher
Karen Adamczyk Dionysus 12, Inter-
act 9, 10, Ski Club 11, Pep Club 12.
David Adem JV Band 9, 10, Fresh-
men Football 9.
Marirae Agee HERO 12, Key Club 9,
Flag Line 9.
Connie Allen Horizon 9, Matt Mates
Barbara Altergott Deca 11, 12, Chor-
ale 9, 10, Soccer Club 10, 1 1-secretary,
Varsity Soccer 10, 11, 12-manager,
Melanie Ankeney Swimming 9, 10,
Julie Arthurs French Club 11, Pep
Club 12, A Capell Choir 10, 11, Jazz-
min 11, JV Cheer 11, Varsity Cheer
Staci Ault HERO 12.
Lionel Austin Anytown Club 9,
Science Club 10-vice president, Nation-
al Honor Society 10, 11, 12-treasurer,
Altamira 12, Closeup 11-president.
Keith Auzenne JV Basketball 10.
Carmelita Babb HERO 12-vice presi-
dent, Buff-alo 1 1, 12.
Cindy Barker Drama Club 12, Deca
12, Chorale 9, JV Band 10, 11.
Kyle Barnet Tv Productions 12.
Paul Barnum Auto Buffs 12, Jazz-
min 9, Marching Band 9, Concert
Phillip Barton Cross Country 9, JV
Track 9, Varsity Track 11.
Jon Berry Freshmen Football 9, JV
Football 10, Varsity Football 12, JV
Sharonda Bess JV Volleyball 9,-
Cross Country 9, Varsity Track 9, 10.
Robyn Birkholz Altamera 9, Inter-
act 9, 10.
Mark Bjorem JV Band 9,10,11,12,
Freshmen Football 9, JV Football 10,
11, Varsity Football 12, Freshmen
Dru Blanc Science Club 10, 11, 12,
French Club 9, 10, 11-treasurer, 12-
president, Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Alta-
mira 11, 12, Orchestra 9-historian, 10-
treasurer, 11, 12, French NHS 10, 11,
12, NHS 11,12.
J inelle L. Borders Flagline 10, Year-
book 9, Anytown 12, HERO 12.
Patrick Bliss Science Club 1 1, Touch-
down Club 11, Freshmen Football 9,
Varsity Football 1 1, Varsity Soccer 9,
Dori Bowers Junior Class Girl's
Representative, Majorette 10, 11, 12,
A Capella Choir 9, Key Club 12, Thes-
pians 11, Drama 10-secretary, Pep
Club 12-secretary, TV Productions 12,
Varsity Track 11, 12, Mat Mates 11,
Adella Bracken Chorale 9, DECA
11, 12, BSU 12, Pep Club 12, NHS 9.
Rhonda Brown Frosh Homecoming
Attendant, JV Band 9, Interact 10.
Glenn Bryant JV Band 9, 10, 11,
Concert Band 11, 12, Marching Band
Ngoc Bui French Club 9, 10, 11, 12,
Science Club 10, 11, 12.
Sherry Bumpass Frosh Softball 9.
Shereen Burns Junior Class Repre-
sentative, Frosh Softball 9, Pom Line
10, 11-secretary, 12-captain.
David Bushman Concert Band 9,
Jazzmin 9, Science Club 11, NHS 11,
Kevin Butler JV Band 9, 10, Honor
Band 11, Marching Band 11, 12-vice-
president, Yearbook 11.
Tia ByrdLatin Club 9, JV Band 9,
Concert Band 10, 11, Marching Band
10, 11, COE 12.
John Calciano Varsity Football Man-
Susan Canterbury Spanish Club 9,
JV Volleyball 12.
Bill Carrasco Senior Class Boy's
Representative, MECHA 12-vicepres-
ident, Altamira 10, 12, Pep Club 12,
Touchdown Club 9, 10, French Club
12-vicepresident, Science Club 10, Inter-
act 10, 11, JV Track 9, Varsity Track
10, Varsity Soccer 9, Varsity Cheer
Deena Casey Band 9, COE 12.
Sonny Cassel JV Band 9, Science
Club 11, Varity Track 9, 10, 11, 12,
Frosh Football 9.
Randy Cervantes Yearbook 10, 11,
12, Varsity Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12,
Frosh Basketball 9, Frosh Football 9,
Varsity Football 10.
Shaelin Charania Orchestra 9,
Boy's and Girl's State 11, Pep Club 12,
French Club 10, 1 1-class rep., 12-histor-
ian, Science Club 11, 12, Interact 11,
12-secretary, NHS 11, 12, Frosh Ten-
Christina Cicliot A Capella Choir 9,
10, DECA 12.
Karen Clark German Club 11, 12,
Drama 9, Key Club 11.
Trisha Clark HERO 12-vicepresi-
dent, Dionysus 12, Mat Mates 11-
Ken Collins Band 9, 10, 11, Ski Club
10, 11, 12, German Club 9, 10, 11,
Science Club 10, NHS 11, 12, Swim-
ming 11, 12.
Debbie Columbus DECA 12, BSU
10, 11, 12.
Michelle Comeaux Marching Band
11-council, 12-drum majorette, Jazz
Band 11, Newspaper 12.
Victor Cordts German Club 11, JV
Laura Cota DECA 11, 12.
Suzette Cowley Senior Class Girl's
Representative, Ski Club 12, Science
Club 9,10, Interact 9, 10, 11, 12, Frosh
Volleyball 9, Pom Line 10.
Colette Cox COE 12, Varsity Track
10, 11, 12, Frosh Softball 9.
Flint Craig Senior Class Secretary-
!Treasurer, Touchdown Club 9, 10,
11, Science Club 10, Interact 9, 10,
NHS 11, 12, Cross Country 9, 11, 12,
Varsity Track 10, 11, 12.
Heather Cranwell Concert Band 9,
10, Marching Band 9, 10, Anytown
Cynthia Creel Student Council 12,
Mecha 12, Key Club 12, SADD 10-
Secretary! Treasurer, Archery 9,
Mary Clayton JV Band 10, 11, Con-
cert Band 12, Marching Band 12,
French Club 9, 10, Science Club 10, 11,
Tracy Coleman JV Band 9, French
Club 9, Frosh Baseball Statistician 9,
Varsity Baseball Statistician 10, 11,
Swimming 10, 12, Pom Line 11, 12,
Frosh Cheer 9.
Jackie Court Chorale 9, HERO 12.
Julie Daniels DECA 11, 12.
Eric Darden Cross Country 9.
Marsha Dare Class Officer 9, 10, 113
Spanish Club 12? Altamira 11, 123
DECA 113 German Club 123 TV Pro-
ductions 10, 11, 123 Frosh Basketball
Tara Dass Latin Club 11, 123 Alta-
mira 123 German Club 11, 12, Science
Elizabeth Davis Orchestra 9g Pep
Club 123 Interact 1 1, 123 Frosh Cheerg
JV Cheer 10.
Dana DeFoe Ski Club 123 COE 12-sec-
Carisa DelFosse Yearbook 123
Drama 103 Interact 11, 12.
Tracey Denenberg Science Club 1 1.
Kris Dibbern Orchestra 9, 10, 1 1, 123
A Capella Choir 9g Altamira 10, 11-
editor, 12-editor3 Science Club 10, 113
NHS 11, 12.
Chris Dicken Orchestra 9, 10: French
Club 9, 10, 11, 12-president3 Key Club
11, 12, Interact 11.
Khoa Do Science Club 10, 113 Chess
Club 113 NHS 11, 12.
Lisa Davie Yearbook 123 DECA 12.
Toni DeDios Ski Club 11, 12.
Eric Denney JV Wrestling 11.
Susan Ditsworth Concert Band 9,
103 Marching Band 9, 103 Latin Club
123 NHS 9,10,11,12.
Kristie Dukepoo FFA 9, 10, 11, 12.
Vicky Duran Frosh Softball 93 Frosh
Ellie Evans Altamira 103 Varsity
Susan Ensworth Flagline 9, 103 Orch-
estra 93 Chorale 9, 103 HERO 12.
Caroline Esparza Pep Club 12.
Chung Fan Chess Club 10, 11g PIP
123 NHS 11, 123 JV Track 113 Swim-
Jana Forister Newspaper 9, 10-ad-
vertising manager, 11, 123 Pep Club
123 Key Club 11, 12-secretary3 JV
Track 103 Varsity 11, 123 Cross
Country 9, 10, 11.
Mark Frantzke JV Baseball 11.
Kristin Fisher Pep Club 123 JV
Track 113 Varsity Baseball Statistic-
ian 123 Mat Mates 12.
Tosha Foshie Newspaper 10, 11, 123
DECA 123 Pep Club 12-president3
Drama 93 Key Club 12.
Lisa Garcia HERO 123 Frosh Soft-
ball 93 JV Softball 10.
Angela Garduno Letterman Club
123 Yearbook 11, 123 Pep Club 123 Ski
Club 11, 123 Softball Club 123 Frosh
Softball 93 JV Softball 103 Varsity
Softball 11, 123 Frosh Basketball 93
Frosh Volleyball 9g JV Volleyball 103
Varsity Volleyball 11, 12.
Marni Glenn Yearbook 125 Ski Club
10, 11, 123 Letter Club 123 Softball
Club 123 Frosh Softball 93 JV Softball
103 Varsity Softball 1 13 Frosh Basket-
Melissa GoffDECA 11, 12, Pep Club
123 Key Club 123 Dionysus 123 Pom
Julie Gomez MECHA 123 Spanish
Club 11, 123 JV Band 103 Key Club 123
Frosh Softball 93 Frosh Baseball Statis-
tician 93 Varsity Baseball Stats 10.
Angelica Gonzalez COE 123 Frosh
Brandy Grantham Yearbook 123
DECA 123 Ski Club 11, 123 FFA 9,10Q
Varsity Track 123 Varsity Wrestling
123 Frosh Football 9.
Shad Griffin Senior Class Vice-presi-
dentg Pep Club 123 Ski Club 10, 11,
12-president3 Kings Club 1 1, 123 Inter-
act 10, 11, 12-vice presidentg NHS 123.
JV Track 103 Varsity Track 11, 12.
Don Grimsley Varsity Soccer 10, 1 1,
Ricky Gurule Frosh Track 93 Frosh
Basketball 93 JV Basketball 10.
Robert Greenan Close-up president
103 Foreign Exchange Student 113
German Club 123 PIP 123 NHS 12.
Anthony Hadley Ski Club 10, 1 1, 123
Science Club 10, 11.
Mike Hall German Club 11-treasur-
er3 Swimming 11.
Connie Harker Audio-Visual Club
113 Interact 10, 113 HERO 12.
Teri Hayward French Club 123
David Henson Frosh Baseball 93 JV
Baseball 103 Varsity Baseball 123 JV
Soccer 93 Varsity Soccer 11.
Heather Herald Close-up 113 Con-
cert Band 9, 10, 11, 12? Marching
Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Science Club 9,103
NHS 11, 12.
Armando Hernandez Touchdown
Club 11, 123 JV Baseball 103 Varsity
Baseball 123 JV Wrestling 103 Varsity
Wrestling 11, 123 Jv Football 10, 113
Varsity Football 12.
Virginia Hernandez MECHA 9g
Michael Higgins Concert Band 9,
10, 11, 123 Marching Band 11, 12-
council3 Varsity Soccer 9, 103 Cross
Brian Hatch Varsity Soccer 9, 10, 1 1,
123 Frosh Football 93 JV Football 10.
Geoffrey Hennings DECA 1 13 Frosh
T.J. Hill BSU 113 Key Club 113 Frosh
Track 9g JV Track 103 Varsity Track
1 1, 123 Frosh Football 9g Varsity Foot-
Pam Hoeburn DECA 123 Varsity
Soccer Statistician 9, 10.
Kirk Hoffman Ski Club 12.
Travis Holland Auto Buffs 123 Touch-
down Club 10, 11, 123 Frosh Baseball
93 Jv Baseball 10? Frosh Football 93
JV Football 103 Varsity Football 11,
Lara Holt Spanish Club 123 Pep
Club 123 Science Club 9, 10, 113 FBLA
9g Interact 11, 123 NHS 11, 123 JV
Tennis 9, 10, Varstiy Tennis 11, 123
Pom Line 11, 12-secretary.
Shelly Horton Orchestra 9, 103 Var-
sity Soccer Statistician 113 Varsity
Softball Statistician 12.
Patrick Houston Yearbook 123 Photo-
graphy Club 123 Ski CLub 10, 11.
Tami Hyde Latin Club 9, 10-secre-
taryg A Capella Choir 9, 103 Science
Club 113 Mime Troupe 113 Drama 11.
Keith Idso Varsity Soccer 9, 10, 11-
Lori Iverson DECA 123 Frosh Soft-
ball 9g Varsity Softball 113 Cross
Country 9g Frosh Cheer 9.
Maritza J ara Orchestra 9, 10, Frosh
Softball 93 Frosh Basketball 9.
Tammy Jackson Audio-Visual Club
1 13 HERO 12.
Antonette James HERO 123 Mat
Mates 10, 11, 12.
Doug Jennings Chess Club 10, 11,
Dwight Johnson Varsity Track 123
Varsity Football 12.
Jennifer Johnson A Capella Choir
9, 103 JV Softball 103 Varsity Softball
113 Swimming 9, 10.
Lisa Johnson Chorale 9, 103 JV
Soccer Statistician 103 Varsity Soccer
Debby Johnston Yearbook 11, 123
FFA 12, Frosh Cheer 93 Pom Line 10,
Fred Jones Frosh Basketball 93 Var-
sity Basketball 10, 11.
Sharla Joy ROTC 123 French Club
1 lg Science Club 1 13 Mime Troupe 10,
113 Drama 9, 10, 11-president, 12, Thes-
pians 9, 10, 11-secretary, 12.
Lisa Kennemer Mat Mates 12.
Richard Kerr Chess Club 9, 10, 11,
123 Varsity Track 123 Frosh Baseball
93 JV Baseball 103 Varsity Baseball
113 Frosh Basketball 93 Cross Count-
ry 9, l0, 11, 123 Frosh Football 93 JV
Matt Knutson Auto Buffs 123 Touch-
down Club 11, 123 Frosh Track 93 JV
Track 10, Frosh Wrestling 93 Varsity
Wrestling 10, 11, 123 Frosh Football 93
Football 10, Varsity Football 11, 12.
Holly Krecklo Dionysus 10, 11, 12.
Andy Kusche Jazz Band 103 Concert
Band 9, 103 Marching Band 9, 103
DECA 113 Ski Club 10, 11, 123 JV
Track 10. 3
Lynn KumelskiAltamira ll, Photo-
graphy Club 123 Pep Club 12.
Natasha Larimar Latin Club 10, 1 1,
123 Altamira 11, 123 NHS 11,12.
Hinh Le Altamira 123 Pep Club 123
French Club 123 Key Club 113 JV
Tennis 10, Varsity Tennis 11.
Kristine Lee A Capella Choir 9, 10,
Truong Duy Le Nguyen MECHA
123 Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 123 French
Club 10, 11.
Lisa Lennon Key Club 10, 11, 12.
Nate Little Auto Buffs 12, Frosh
Baseball 93 JV Baseball 10, 113 Var-
sity Baseball 123 Varsity Soccer 11,
Lori Long HERO 12.
Jay Lister DECA 10, 113 BSU 113
Touchdown Club 10, 1 li Science Club
113 Key Club 113 Frosh Track 93 JV
Track 103 Varsity Track 11, 123 Frosh
Basketball 93 JV Basketball 103 Var-
sity Basketball 11, 123 Frosh Football
93 Varsity Football 10, 11, 12.
Rob Little DECA 11, 123 Ski Club 113
Touchdown Club 11, 123 Kings Club
123 Frosh Track 93 JV Track 113 Var-
sity Track 123 Frosh Football 93 JV
Football 103 Varsity Football 11.
Mathew Lyons FFA 10, 11, 123 Var-
sity Tennis 12.
Michelle Loucks JV Band 93 Ski
Club 123 Science Club 11g Dionysus
10, 11, 123 JV Track 103 Pom Line 11.
Rebecca MacKinnon Orchestra 9,
10, 11, 123 Altamira 10, 11, 12-editor3
French Club 9, 10, 11-secretary, 123
NHS 10, 11, 12.
Blaine McCauley Junior Class Boy's
Representative3 Spanish Club 12, Jazz-
min 10,11, 123A Capella Choir 10,11,
123 Science Club 123 Mime Troupe 11,
12, Drama 10, 11, 12g Thespians 10,
Jacque McGoldrick DECA 123
French Club 9, 103 NHS 9.
Paula McWhirter Jazzmin 9, 10, 11,
123 A Capella Choir 9, 10, '11, 123
Science Club 113 Drama 113 Thes-
pians 113 Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12.
Moira MacLean Frosh Volleyball 93
Frosh Basketball 93 Frosh Softball 9.
Jim Mahony Frosh Baseball 93 JV
Baseball 103 Varsity Baseball 11, 12.
John Mason BSU 11, 123 Frosh Bas-
ketball 93 Varsity Soccer 11, 12.
Sally May Mat Mates 10, 11, 12, JV
Susan May Pep Club 123 Mat Mates
10, 11, 12g JV Track 11.
Gina Medina MECHA 123 Dionysus
123 Frosh Basketball 93 Frosh Volley-
ball 9g JV Softball 10.
Loretta Mendez Concert Band 12.
Blakely Miller Science Club 123 Dion-
ysus 10, 11, 12.
Chris Mooney JV Track 1 13 JV Bas-
ketball 10, 123 JV Football 9.
Kimberly More Altamira 113 Year-
book 1 13 Newspaper 113 BSU 9,10,11,
Michelle Moore Science Club 113
NHS 11, 12, Swimming 9g Varsity
Badminton 11, 12.
Hui Mun Marching Band 93 Science
CLub 10, 11.
Jennifer Morehart Junior Class
Council3 Concert Band 9, 103 March-
ing Band 9, 103 Pep Club 123 Ski Club
1 1, 123 Science Club 9, 103 Key Club 123
Anytown 10, 123 Dionysus 10, 11, 12,
NHS 11-, 12.
Khuong Ngo HERO 12.
Marlena Numkena Varsity Soft-
ball Statistician 103 Frosh Basketball
9g JV Basketball 10.
Keith Olbricht Newspaper 11, 12-
editor3 Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 123 French
Club Il, Key Club 11, 12-vice pres-
ident3 Anytown 11, 122 Interact 9, 11,
123 Frosh Baseball 9.
Robert Oliver Letterman's Club 123
Pep Band 113 JV Band 10, 113 Touch-
down Club 123 Science Club 113 JV
Baseball 10, JV Football 10, 113 Var-
sity Footbal 12.
Greta Olson JV Tennis 103 Swim-
ming 9, 10, 11, 12.
Shawn O'Neill Frosh Tennis 93 Vars-
ity Tennis 11, 12, Cross Country 9.
Ken Orman Senior Class Business
Manager3 Concert Band 113 March-
ing Band 10, Pep Club 123 Drama 11,
123 Thespians 11, 12 Frosh Baseball
93 JV Baseball 103 Varsity Cheer 123
Frosh Football 9.
Andrew Ortiz Frosh Class Represen-
tativeg Sophomore Vice President3 Jun-
ior Class Presidentg Senior Class Presi-
dent3 Boy's State 123 Pep Club 123
Kings Club 10, 113 Science Club 9, 10,
11, 123 Key Club 11,123Anytown113
Interact 11, 12.
Daphne Pallas Pep Club 12, Mime
Troupe 11, 123 Drama 11, 123 Thes-
pians 11, 123 Key Club 103 Interact 9,
103 JV Badminton 9, 10.
Jeff Parke JV Band 93 Auto Buffs
10, 123 Frosh Football 9.
Renee Parkhurst Drama 93 HERO
12? JV Track 103 JV Basketball 10.
Julie Payne Flagline 103 A Capella
Choir 93 Altamira 11, 12, Pep Club 123
Science Club 123 Mime Troupe 123
Drama 12, Interact 11, 123 Forensics
11, 123 TV Productions 11, 12.
Lisa Pence Yearbook 123 Newspaper
10, 11, 123 Photography Club 12.
Cindy Peterson Newspaper 123 Pep
Club 123 Key Club 12.
Minh Pham Science Club 9, 10, 113
Debbie Pinter Yearbook 10, 11, 12-
editor3 Pep Club 12-treasurer3 Ger-
man Club 9, 10-secretary3 Softball
Club 12-vice president3 Varsity Track
9, 10, 11, 123 Frosh Softball 93 Jv
Softball 103 Varsity Softball 11, 123
JV Volleyball 103 Varsity Volleyball
11, 12, JV Cheer 103 Varsity Cheer
Lara Pipho JV Band 9g Newspaper
93 TV Productions 10, 11.
Christy Pitman Senior Class Girlls
Representative, Frosh Cheer 9, Var-
sity Cheer 10, 11, 12.
Don Platt Letterman Club 9, 10, 11
12, Touchdown Club 9, 10, 11, 12'
Kings Club 11, 12, Varsity Soccer 9,
10, 11, 12, Swimming 9, Frosh Foot-
ball 9, JV Football 10, Varsity Foot-
Steve Poore FFA 9, 10, 11, 12-vice
president, Frosh Track 9, Swimming
9, 10, 11, 12.
Mikele PowellJV Band 10, DECA
11, 12, BSU 11, 12, JV Basketball 10,
Frosh Volleyball 9.
Mike Preston Touchdown Club 11,
Frosh Track 9, JV Track 10, Varsity
Track 11, 12, Frosh Football 9.
Mike Quihuis Auto Buffs 12, Varsity
Track 11, 12.
Lisa Rawls BSU 9, 10, 11, 12, COE
Gina Robles Softball Club 12-vice
president, Varsity Softball 10, 11, 12,
JV Basketball 9, Varsity Basketball
10, 11, 12, Varsity Volleyball 9, 10, 11,
Benji Rodriguez JV Band 9, 10,
Chess Club 9, 10, Frosh Wrestling 9,
JV Wrestling 10, Varsity Wrestling
Mary Margaret RosalesOrchestra
9, 10, 11, 12, Girl's State, Pep Club 12,
Science Club 11, Key Club 11, 12,
Interact 9, 10, 11, Varsity Tennis 11,
12-captain, JV Softball 10.
Jacob Rothenburg Student Council
11, 12, PIP 12, DECA 11, Ski Club 11,
Frosh Basketball 9, JV Basketball 10,
Cross Country 12.
Steven Rugg A Capella Choir 9, 10,
11, 12, Science Club 11, 12, PIP 12,
NHS 11,12,Swiming 9,12.
Charles Ruiz Key Club 11, Interact
Raul Ruiz Sophomore Homecoming
Attendant, Key Club 11, Frosh Base-
ball 9, JV Baseball 10, Varsity Base-
ball 11, 12, Frosh Basketball 9, JV
Basketball 10, Varsity Basketball 11,
Frosh Football 9, JV Football 10,
Varsity Football 11, 12.
Yvonne Ruiz Spanish Club 9, 10, Ski
Club 9, 10, Key Club 9, 10.
imberly Sanders DECA 12.
ohn Sanders DECA 12.
lizabeth Schall Marching Band 9,
0, 11, 12.
Tammy Schlador Spanish Club 11,
Ski Club 12, French Club 12, Key Club
Jennifer Schrack Spanish Club 10,
11, Pep Club 12, Ski CLub 10, 11, 12,
Science Club 11, Anytown 12, NHS
11, 12, Varsity Track 10,11,12,Frosh
Basketball 9, Frosh Volleyball 9, Var-
sity Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Varsity
Cheer 10. 11,12.
Karla Schumann Outstanding Ath-
lete Of Class 9, 10, Pep Club 12,
Softball Club 12-president, Frosh Soft-
ball 9, JV Softball 10, Varsity Softball
11, 12, Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12, JV
Basketball 9, Varsity Basketball 10,
Michel Schutz Pep Club 12, Science
Club 12, Foreign Exchange Student
from Luxemburg 12.
Donald Scott FFA 9, 10, 11, 12.
Jayne Scott Yearbook 12, FFA 9, 10,
Robert Scott Ski Club 12, Science
Club 11, JV Track 9.
Wayne Scott FFA 9, 10, 11, 12.
Robert Sever Varsity Wrestling 10,
Frosh Football 9, JV Football 10,
Varsity Football 11, 12.
Tom Sheppard Auto Buffs 12, TV
Productions 11, Frosh Baseball 9,
Frosh Football 9.
Leia Sherinian Student Council 12,
Pep Club 12, Ski CLub 12, Swimming
Jim Shinn Junior Class Boy's Rep-
resentative, Student Body President
12, BSU 12-president, Pep Club 12,
Touchdown CLub 11, 12, Kings Club
12, Key Club 12, Varsity Track 9, 10,
11, 12, Frosh Football 9, JV Football
10, Varsity Footall 11, 12.
Diane Simon A Capella Choir 9, 10,
11, 12, PIP 12.
Jon Slusser Marching Band 9, Auto
Jeffrey Smith ROTC 10, 11, 12, Ski
Club 10, 11, JV Wrestling 10.
Keith Smith Touchdown Club 1 1,
12, Kings Club 11, JV Track 11, Var-
sity Soccer 9, 12, JV Basketball 10,
Varsity Basketball 1 1, Frosh Football
9, JV Football 10, Varsity Football 11,
Nichole Smith BSU 12, HERO 11,
12-secretary, Frosh Volleyball -9.
Jon Spotts DECA 12-vice president.
Robert Smith Touchdown Club 11,
BSU 11, 12, Marching Band 11, SADD
10, HERO 12, JV Track 10, 11, Varsity
Track 12, Frosh Basketball 9, JV
Debbie Stakebake Student Council
11, Science Club 11, 12, Pep Club 12,
Interact 11, 12, Pom Line 11. 12.
Tod Stewart Science Club 9, 10, JV
Wrestling 9, 10, JV Tennis 9, Varsity
Tim Stiltner Varsity Track 9, 10, 11,
12, Cross Country 10, 11, 12.
Tracey Stokes HERO 12, PIP 10,12,
FBLA 10, 11-secretary.
Carol Strauss Varsity Track 9, 10,
11, Frosh Softball 9, JV Softball 10,
Varsity Softball 11, Volleyball 9, JV
Volleyball 10, 11.
Carl Strempke Frosh Wrestling 9,
JV Football 10, Varsity Football 11,
Stephen Thomas Science CLub 11,
12, Ski Club 12, NHS 11,12.
Martha Thompson Marching Band
9, 10, 11, 12, Mc Donalds National
Honor Band 12.
Andrew Trelease Science Club 10,
11, Frosh Baseball 9, JV Baseball 10,
Frosh Basketball 9, Basketball Man-
Amy Trowbridge NHS 11, 12, Pom
Eve Tuhey Student Council 11,
French Club 10, Ski Club 12, Pep Club
12, Yearbook 12, Interact 10, JV Track
10, Varsity Track 11, 12, Frosh Cheer
9, JV Cheer 11, Varsity Cheer 12.
Martel Turner COE 12, Science Club
10, 11, 12, Interact 12, Frosh Baseball
Jennifer Wilhite Marching Band 9,
10, Concert Band 9, 10.
Kimberly Wood Anytown 9, 10, Key
Club 9, 10, Science Club 9, 10, 11,
French Club 10, 11, Pep Club 12,
Orchestra 9, 10, NHS 11, 12, Interact
9, 10, 11, 12, PIP 12, Pom Line 11,
12-captain, Frosh Basketball 9, JV
Basketball 10, Varsity Basketball 11,
Derek Wozencraft Student Council
9,10,11, 12, Key Club 11, Kings Club
11, 12-president, Ski Club 9, 11, 12,
Pep Club 12, Yearbook 12, Interact 11,
Varstiy Track 12.
Michelle Ybarra Mat Mates 9, 10,
11, 12-vice president.
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It was a season of close ones, many of
which " got away." The won-lost record
was not what the team had hoped for
but they never stopped trying. Each
game lost was a result of a few close
calls, a missed block or two, or a drop-
The entire team "worked hard and
played tough." According to Senior Jim
Shinn, "We had a lot of team spirit and
Among the outstanding players men- ,
tioned by the coaches were Seniors Gary
Ostendorf, Carl Strempke, Jay Lister.
Travis Holland and Jim Shinng and
Juniors Dave Robson, T.C. Wright, Todd
Houck and Luke Schenzil.
A.ll the way! Carrying the ball for a touchdown against Mesa was
J lm Shinn.
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The Varsity Football Team. Front row: Eric Neal, Paul
Ruiz, Travis Holland, Armando Hernandez, Mike Mosley,
Jon Ferris and Mike Dowhie. Second row: Don Platt, Carl
Strempke, Robert Oliver, T.C. Wright, Jason Kirby, Derek
Sanders, Gary Ostendorff and Scott Jordan. Third row:
Dwight Johnson, Keith Smith, Dave Robson, Coach Glen
Alford, Coach Norm LaBarge, Coach Ed Yeager, Todd
Houck, Jay Lister and Robert Sever. Back row: Luke
Schinzel, Matt Billingsley, Rob Little, Dan Haver, Sean
Scow, John Trejo, Kevin Sotomayor, Jim Shinn and John
Ready Buff fans ? Sophomore running
Psych.'Sophmorerunningback 'robywright fakesouttwodefensive back Knew? Jackson 100145 down the
players and trys to gain more yardage. field with intentions of going all the
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Oh baby,wacah0uus0p11m0renmningback Tobywright 'mo Buffalo Teffltofy-
is ready to go all the way with the help of Sophmore line
backer Don Cox with his nice coverage.
Losine season doesn't daunt JU Football
Despite the work of some talented individuals, R0 Qffflch Shanfwn Radford, the team Ilerffnmed
the JV Football team ended with a losing season. fan' and he Clted Sophomofes Joe Qulhfus and
Their lack of Wins, however, did not Stop the Nacho Hernandez as the team's outstanding hnemen.
team's efforts. The lack of a strong passing game The defenswe leaders were Sophomofes Dfmny
was offset by the rushing talents of Toby Wright COX and Jumor Karl Klum'
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Monacchio, Karl Krum, Kevin Jackson, Mario C. Hernandez, Rick
Lorenzo, David Davidson, Marvin Steward, Danny Martinez, Dennis
Gallagher and Ray Huerta. Second row: Enice Hooks, John Henson,
Jerome White, Steve Randall, Daniel Trujillo, Gunar Schnizel, Raul
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Quihuis. Back row: Mike Montanez, Steve Mendoza, John Ware, Don
Cox, Toland Black, George Davis, Joe Estrada, Nacho Hernandez, Jason
Stout, Shane Christenson and Shannon Radford.
Freshmen Football showed true Buff skill
It was an outstanding year for Freshman foot-
ball with the team heading toward an undefeated
season. The team's abilities and accomplishments
drew many excited Buff fans and parents to their
games, a rarity for underclass athletics.
According to the coaches, all of the players
demonstrated remarkably good skills but four
were particularly outstanding. They were running
back Ty Armstead, linebacker Steven Douglas,
guard Steve Carr and lineman Blaine Comeaux.
Head Coach Curtis Cook said, "This is the best
freshman team Ilve seen. When these guys get to
the Varsity, they'll be awesome. Look for a champ-
ionship from them."
That's Two down ..... Runningback Ty Armstead 1221
easily escapes some would be tacklers while Adrian Chaf-
fins 1671 runs to block.
Watch out! Fullback
Steven Douglas 1301
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Let's Go! Slot back Brian
Watkins 1231 pulls away from
an opponent's grasp.
player at the L20 yard line! 1 I
Here he comes! Running back Ty Armstead 1221,
heads for some yardage as teamates Larry Ostendorf
1111, Steve Carr 1501 and Mario Extrada 1771 clear the
We can play rough too! Noseguard Brad Baughman
1821, Ty Armstead 1221 and Mike Conway 1431 stick it
to the ball carrier as defensive end Blaine Comeaux 1801
ang linebacker Steven Douglas 1301 run to get in on the
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Slam! With all her power Junior Trina Gary spikes the ball.
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Let's Go Buffs! The Buffs get psyched by giving high fives before the
game and Semor Gina Robles leads the way!
In your face! A block by Trina Gary
results in a point for the Buffaloes.
Ughhh .... ' Getting both hands on the
ball, Senior Jenny Schrack makes an
ace block with Sophomore Elita Wash-
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Stewart, Dyanne Jackson, Elita Washington, Trina Debbie Pinter and Angela Gafdllne-
Gary and Leanna Malone. Back row: Carrie O'Breen,
Returning players from
last year's JV Volleyball
team helped with their
experience. Although the
team was made up of rela-
tively young talent, it
showed showed promise
for the future. Every
member of the team im-
proved throughout the
season and showed they
were winners at heart.
players key to JV Volleyball
The Junior Varsity Volleyball Team. Front row: Katy Gallagher, Elvira Valenzuela,
Sue Contebury, Kim Stewart, Karen Olson and Amy Sabari. Back row: Coach Jenda
Trowbridge, Tracy King, Tina Brent, Toni Escalante, Kim Douglass, Tracy Engleby and
Manager Machelle Davis.
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I got it! All concentration, Sophomore Kim
Douglass bumps the ball for a set play.
No Sweat-' Said Jl1f1i01' JOY Bell as She Hurry Up! Waiting patiently for Which way did it go? Watching the
smacked the birdie OVGI' the Het- her opponent to serve is Senior ball go over the net is Senior Michelle
Heather Schiffer. Moore.
The JV Badminton Team. Front row: Tedisue Prentice, Lisa Tillery and Jill Beatty. Back row:
Valerie Parevez, Lisa Winters, Rose Ann Amaya and Kimber Kelley.
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The Boys Varsity Swim Team gave
tremendous effort to make the team
the best. Although they lost some,
they make great strides in lowering
their individual times. They gained
great experience and practiced hard.
According to Coach Bill Graham,
the team had difficulty in competing
against schools with USS swimmers
who were allowed to practice several
hours a day all year long.
Splash! Showing a little less than perfect
form was Junior Casey Wickland.
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Bonow, Matt Lyons, Steve Poore, Robert Mainier, John Ueland Jodal Vannoy, Mike Kearney, David Snodgrass and Scott
and Ken Follett. Back row: Coach Bill Graham, Ali Sekou, Daren Hodges.
Girls Swim Team has successful year
According to Coach Jim Vicich, the
girls swim team, had some success.
He said, "The key to team success this
year was the ability of our number
two and three swimmers to improve
throughout the year."
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Senior Melanie Ankeny.
Uhhhh! Coming up for a deep breath was Karen Smith.
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tine Tucker, Tina Scammel, Andrea Cook, Karen Smith and kowsky, Melanie Ankeny, Karla Sennrnanny Ken-1 Feder-ehak
Corena Carpenter. Second row: Christine Follett, Anne Longtin, and Greta Olson'
J uliann Hardy, Cecilia Platt, Kris Moore, Amy Jeffery and Angie
The Bows Varsity Cross Country Team
The Boys Cross Country
Teann kd by Sophonuwe
Steve Kindt, was invited to
the Doug Conley Invitation-
al, the most presitgious cross
country run in Arizona. The
team was among the most
successfulin recent years
Said Senior Flint Craig, "We
ovve all of out success to
Coach Jim Wehrman. He real-
ly believed that we were go-
ing to win, and when we start-
ed to win, the enthusiasm
Senior Richard Kerr said,
"Last year we were individ-
uals running against each
other. This year we were more
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big lead was Junior Tom
The Boys Varsity Cross Country Team. Front row: Flint Craig, Richard
Kerr and Torn Gustafson. Back row: Coach Jim Wehrrnan, Steve Kindt, Garry
Bitters and Chris Burns.
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JU Cross Country was vastly improved
Mostly underclassmen, the JV Cross
Country Team was really a team. It was
a vast improvement over recent years
and the boys each improved his running
abilities by a large margin.
Most runners gave credit for their
improvements to their coach. They
Were, in the words of one fan, "A real
credit to Tempe High and the Buffalo
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Girls Cross Country worked to improve
A hard three to four mile run was the
daily practice stint for the Girls Cross
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the girls worked hard to improve indi-
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Boys tennis expected outstandine season
"It's going to be a great
year," promised Boys Tennis
Coach Nick Bartoni. He said
that the team has been build-
ing for the past two years and
that work has begun to pay
"We have a well rounded
team with lots of depth," the
coach said. He expected the
season to end with the team
at the State finals for the first
time in many years.
"There's been a lot of work
done at the feeder junior high
schools which is beginning
to pay off for us. We'll be very
strong,"the coach promised.
Got him! Firing a forehand with
authority was Junior Ben Marcus.
Cominfat ya'.'Junior David Take that! Top ranked Sophomore Andy Lath-
Sharan hits a backhand. rop fires a bullet back across the net for the point.
That's it! Senior Shawn
works works close to the net to
the point and take the set.
The Boys Varsity Tennis Team. First row: David Sharan, Ai Nguyen, Hinh Le and Ian Pettycrew
Back row: Coach Nick Bartoni, Andy Lathrop, Eric Soll, Ben Marcus and Shawn O'Neill.
The Boys JV Tennis Team. First row: Ari Blankstein, Greg Ugenstein,
Chris Rees, Ben Walters and Coach Nick Bartoni. Second row: Rob
Mainieri, Alex Shivers, Nick Alcock, Shawn Hartley, Matt Wagner and
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to hold a tennis racket. But
with concentrated effort on
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ley Hamilton had a group of
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when some of the close calls
meant losing a match. At sea-
son's end, three of the girls
opted for the varsity team in
Yeah! The graceful' moves of Katie
Benton score another team point.
Where 's the ball? Searching the air
after using her trickiest serve was Rach-
The Freshmen Girls Tennis Team: Front row: Lisa Kinder, Rachel Gundy and Katie Benton.
Back row: Coach Lesley Hamilton, Brenda Davis, Dawn Buley, Seres Sosnowski and Lisa Mainieri.
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Bam! "Another perfect serve" Peter Storch hits the ball to Doug Jaynes scores the winning
David Flick thinks to himself. the other court. point.
he Freshman Boys Tennis Team: Front row: David Flick, Peter Storch, Doug James, Nick Alcock, Garrett Lewis
ack row: Jonah Firestone, Ari Blankstein, Adrian Kindred, Greg Laszakovits.
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Golfers make history sehine new records
The Buffalo Golf Team made history this year. The team
broke all of the school's golf records, including those that they
set last year. Responsible for the feat were the team's top five,
Junior Rob Mangini, Senior Russel Oonk, Senior Andrew
Hershberger, Sophomore Steve Fox and Sophomore James
"This is definitely the best team that I've ever coached here
at Tempe HIgh," said Coach John Pauley. "These guys have
real Buff pride and individual ability. And they are willing to
go that extra mile in practice to insure that they're ready for the
Coach Pauley was also pleased that there were only two
seniors among the top five golfers on the team. "That means
things will continue to look up for the Buffs next year. We're
going to have people at State, I'm sure."
This year's team was also graced by its first girl golfer, Stacy
Nakamura, who was a high spirited junior. According to her
teamates, "She adds a whole side to golfing which this team
has never seen. She's great, fits in easily, and is really part of
Here we go! Sophomore James
Pauley gets ready to smash the
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There it goes!Junior Rob Mangini
That's it! Junior Stacy Nakamura
prepares for a hole in one.
Watch Out! Sophmore Steve Fox
keeps his eye on the ball as he skillfully
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Derek Burks, Bruce Flood, Stacy Nakamura, Ken Rowlett, Roger Sealy, Russell Oonk and Coach John Pauley
Watch Out! Senior Andrew Heshberger
can really putt that ball.
Here it comes!Senior Russell Oonk tips
the ball with ease.
Varsity basketball has successful seaso
It was another up and down year
for the Varsity Basketball team as
they strove to meet their team goal of
making it to the State playoffs.
The consistency desired by both the
coaches and the players seemed to be
lacking for most of the season. A
night when the team was "hot,' might
just as easily be followed by one when
they couldn't buy a basket.
But through constant strivin g, Work-
ing hard and keeping their spirit and
pride alive, the team managed to com-
plete what must be called a successful
Hur rv! Senior Dave
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centrfat 1s on sc f.
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Pep talk! Coach Gerhard Schreur uses a time out called by the other team to tell
the Buffs to keep up the good work.
The Varsity Basketball Team
The Varsity Basketball Team. Front row: Steve Ford, Troy Turley, Drew Anderson, Jeff Genant, Yul Barrs
Chris Meadows, Dave Robson, Jay Lister and Rob Man- Coach Richard Trujillo and Assistant Coach Leo Gil
gini. Back row: Coach Gerhard Schreur, Keith Campbell, martin-
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Marlon Riley. Back row: John Alvarez, Brian Fisher, R1chardTruJ1u0'
The Freshman Basketball Team
The Freshmen Basketball Team. Front row: Dave Harris, Lee T0u9fS011y Grady Price, Jake Logan, Damon BTOW11 and Tom
Schrack, Larry Ostendorf, Steve Douglas, John Christiansen and 21011113011-
Ethan Washington. Back row: Coach Bill Lee, Scott Roberts, Brian
The Freshman Wrestling Team. Front row: Ulysses POITUEHI, L21l'1'y ViZC81'I'H and Brian
Huddleston, Richard Hussgy, Kif- B9I'tI'21I'1d. BE1Ck FOWI MaTl0 EStI'21dZ1, RlCh8I'd
by, Nathan Chavez and Brian Watkins, Mid- Mavis, Coach Shannon Radford, Todd Stokes
dle row: Scott Lonquist, Tony Hernandez, and Patrick ESDHYZ3-
runch! Making it difficult for his opponent to
ove is Freshman Brian Bertrand.
Wheel yells Freshman Mike Huddlest0n's opponent as he is
about to be thrown to the floor.
Uarsitv Softball considered 'competitive
The Varsity Softball Team was con-
sidered among the best because of the
great depth in experience. They had
six seniors who had been playing
together for several years. Five of the
six were starters.
Each of the players Worked hard to
make it to the playoffs and to reach
both their individual goals and the
teamis goals. It was a tough battle all
season long but, as stated by Coach
Tony Occhiuzzi, "The team was very
competitive and fought for every
Here's the plan. Coach Mike Grimaldi instructs the team for their
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lante, Carrie O'Brien, Sheila Christensen, Debbie 1iamS,Trina Gry,Kar1a 501111111311 and COHCI1 Mik
Pinter, Isadora Schriebenreif, Gina Robles and An- Grimaldi.
H gela Garduno. Back row: Coach Tony Occhiuzzi,
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The season for the JV softball
team turned out to be a good one.
The team was competitive and
gained much needed experience
with each game. They had some
tough competition on their sched-
ule but pulled through with flying
The team had some real talent
and determination. As stated by
Coach Scott Greenhalgh, "All of
this will pay off next season."
The Junior Varsity Softball Team. Front row: Dori Bowers, Rozanne Norris,
Maryann Ballesteros, Tracie Burton, Veronica Bentley, Mich-
elle Martin, Tracy King, Anita Cruz, Amy Sabari and Robin Snyder. Back
row: Coach Scott Greenhalgh, LeighAnn Navarrette, Becky Christensen,
Andrea Cook, Rhonda Blier, Julie Celaya, Beth Collins, Tasha Altheide,
Tracy Engelby and Valerie Navarrette,
I've got it! Making an awesome catch to get the
out for the Buffaloes was Junior Amy Sabari Igot you! Making the tag for the out to put the Buffs ahead was
backed by Junior Veronica Bently. Sophomore Becky Christensen.
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The Freshman Softball Team. Front row: Tanya Warren, Latoya Heather Wenge, Karen Olson, Bedrnadette Miranda, Skye Myers
Dancy, Belinda Tomasi, Dawn Triplett, Irene Hovey, and Lori Buie. and Coach Mark Madsen.
Experienced seniors strenethened tea
The Varsity Soccer team matured to
an experienced "senior heavy" group.
All season, the team refined its effort
going "to-to-toe" with the toughest
teams in the state.
Memories will remain in each players
mind of the long practices, the indoor
games, the red cards, the black eyes, the
broken noses, the spirit boxes and the
It will always be rememberd as a
competetive team with a sense of unity
and Buff pride.
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the field was Senior Ty McGraw.
Yo! Telling Senior Brian Hatch where to punt the ball was Senio-
I'Ue got it! Senior Don Platt tries to get the ball before the opy
player beats him to it.
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d Schinzel and Coach Pete Trowbridge.
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Palmef, Larson LiHdh0lm, Dfwe Shiirfm, Peter St0I'Ch, Rocha, Shawn Sorrels, Manager Brian Ingersoll, Anders
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The Varsity Baseball Team started their season in March.
According to Coach Jim Foster, this year's team was Hvery
young and inexperienced."
Foster commented that the team's lack of experience is a
result of not enough returning Varsity players. "This team
had to start from scratch and we worked our way up," he
There were eight returning lettermen including Seniors
Randy Cervantes, Raul Ruiz, Jim Mahoney, and Ty McGrawg
and Juniors Rick Oliphant, Eric Alexander and Dave
Will I make it? Junior Eric Alexander hopes that Sophomore Shane
McGinnis doesn't make the tag.
You're ou!! Sophomore Brian Ingersoll covers the hug well as Senior
Ty McGraw attempts to make zi homerun for the Tempe Buf'f'aloes.'l'y
was one ofthe returning lettvrmon this yr-ar.
Watch out.' I'm going to get you this
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throw the runner out at first.
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The Varsity Baseball Team. Front row: Coach Eddie Yeager, Mike Robson, Jon Ferris, John Campbell and Jim Mahoney. Back row: Eric
Mosley, Raul Ruiz, Brian Ingersoll, Paul Chamberlain, Alfonso Ozuna Alexander, Randy Cervantes, Ty McGraw, J ole Schiffer, Mark Ward
and Coach Jim Foster. Second row: Shane McGinnis, Jon Berry, Dave and Rick Oliphant.
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Estrada, Jeff McDonald, Brian Bertrand and Gilbert Torres. Second Chuck J ohnson, Octavio Ramirez, Tim Quintana and Coach Derek
row: Joe LeMaitre, Eddie Cruz, Steve Randall, Tom Johnson, Richard Hoffland.
Quintana, Blaine Corneaux and Adrian Chaffins. Back row: Chris '
The Junior Varsity Baseball Team
The Junior Varsity Baseball Team. Front row: Mike Maupin, Chris Bobby Brugh, Matt Edmondson, Alfred Huiza, Eddie Moore, Mark
Kelley, Jamie Natividad and Paul Scheibenreif. Second row: Derek Bailey, Richard McGlasson and Coach Norm LaBarge.
Jones, Steve Johnson, Don Cox, Eric Horne and Mark Joya. Back row:
The Girls Track Team
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Nunez, Latonja West, Twoi Bigbee, LaShawn Colbert, Rosa Rodriguez,
Kelley Kropp, Katie Conant, Lori Buie and Coach J enda Trowebridge.
Second row: Debbie Pinter, Jacque McGoldrick, Jenny Schrack, Marv
Salcido, Corinne Verlander, Belinda Tomasi, Terri Rickard, Christel
Calvin and Jana Forister. Back row: Eve Tuhey, Dyanne Jackson,
Ashli Oliver, Kristin Alford, Tracy Northcutt, Dori Bowers, Destry
Wozencraft, Nicole Saliba and Christy Pittman.
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achieve set eoals
A four-day camp at NAU during the
summer set tone and major activity of the
Pom line during the year. At the camp,
they received a Superior rating and a
special trophy. The rating enabled them
to participate in a regional competition in
California over Christmas break. Thus,
most of their money raising activities
were aimed at getting to the West Coast
In a return to past practices, the Pom
line once again participated fully with the
Buff Band, competing in both the NAU
and the ASU band Clays. At both competi- We did it ..... Senior Debbie Stakebake, Junior Jane Hovey, Senior
tions, they earned the top rating. Kim Wood, and Senior Melissa Goff all show off their Buff spirit.
The Pom Line becomes part of the flag line at halftime.
The Pommies strut their stuff.
The Pom Captains: Lara Holt, Deena Lipinski, Kim Wood, Jane
Hovey and Shereen Burns.
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practices a cheer during a break.
Hey Hey!Senior Christy Pitman takes a shaky walk
for the fans.
Hard work, Pl:idB,
Varsity Cheer Line
Being a Varsity cheerleader means hard
work, having pride in yourself and being
proud of your school. This year's line had the
nedded pride and certainly put in the hard
What made the line unique for Tempe High
was the presence of two guys who added a
completely new dimension to the cheers and
The hard work started early each morning
as the squad met to work out routines, mounts
and cheers. They were at football and basket-
ball games throughout the season to keep the
rowdy Buff fans cheering and yelling for the
players during the Homecoming game against -M
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Pitman and Eve Tuhey. Middle row: Julie Authors, Eva Shivers, Carrasco.
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helps support Buffs
Enthusiasm and spirit were the hallmarks of
the JV cheer line. They were always busy during
their early morning practices. They had many
ideas for helping to promote spirit for the JV
The Junior Varsity Cheer Line. Front row: Linda J askow-
ski. Second row: Valerie Navarrette and Christine Tucker.
Third row: Tracy Stearns and Twoi Bigbee. Standing:
football and basketball teams.
Captain Valerie Navarrette said that she was
"very pleased with the attitudes and pride that
this line displayed all year." All of the girls are
looking forward to trying out for the cheer line to
urge the Buffs to victory next year.
Frosh Cheer was hard work but worth it
Cheering on the outstanding Freshman teams kept
the Frosh Cheer Line more than busy. Meeting early
each morning to devise and practice routines and cheers,
the girls quickly found out that they had taken on a big
job when they volunteered to try out for the line.
The tryouts themselves were scary and exciting.
Though the judges said all the individuals who tried to
make the line were good, they had to limit the number
and picked what they considered to be an outstanding
The judges appeared to be right as the girls even went
to away games to lead the excited Buff fans in cheers,
chants and yells.
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The Freshman Cheer Line Bottom row: Melani
Mooney. Second rowt Chelei Illll and Tracy Cei-
aya. Back row: Kim Post. Shannon McCormack
and Tracy Dyll. Standing: Vanessa Gonzales.
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During wrestling season, one of the
busiest and most visible clubs on campus
is the Matmates. Dressed in their blue and
white uniforms, the girls work at all the
wrestling matches keeping scores for the
Becoming a Matmate is not just a mat-
ter of wanting to. The girls are required to
study the rules of wrestling and then pass
a test on both the rules and the signals
passed by the referees. Then they are
interviewed by a group of members and
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The Matmate Officers. Sally May, Michelle Ybarra, Trisha Clark,
Sue May and Dori Bowers.
The Matmates. Front row: Dori Bowers, Stephanie Reed, Kim Jackson, Trisha Clark, Perla
Zammeron and Tina Scammell. Middle row: Sue May, Lisa Kennemer, Anne Stevens,
Manda Turley, Dana Defoe, Lisa Tillery, Michelle Martin and Jill Beatty. Back row: Sherri
Bowser, Tami Hammond, Sally May, Toni James, Dina Sedlock. Michelle Ybarra, Kris
Otterstedt and Machelle Davis.
another ankle before practice.
Sore, hurt athletes
mended bv trainer
Now that we've seen all the glorious mom-
ents in sports, let's take a look 'behind the
scenesi, a look in the training room. Whenever
an athlete was injured, a coach would say,
"Go see Mrs. Beermanf' Mrs. Beerman is the
hero who kept all of the athletes taped together
and helped get them back in the game as soon
Mrs. Beerman had student train-
ers this year. They are student athletes who
learned how to tape and helped her out. Shane
McGinnis, Julie Celaya and Debbie Pinter are
three of them. Quite a few athletes were even
found helping out on busy days by pre-Wrapp-
ing for her.
Beautiful feet! Trainers aid Junior Julie Celaya tapes
1 ' Name please? Equipement Manager Steve Kempton
issues out uniforms to all athletes.
Hurry up! Trainers aid Senior Gary Ostendorf prewraps
before he tapes a football players ankle.
Just soak it? Trainers aid Sophomore Shane McGinnis puts
Junior Eric Neal's foot in some soapy water.
Concentrate! Senior Dwight Johnson rides Its hot!Senior Gary Ostendorf sits under the heating
the bicycle for rehabilitation. machine to loosen a muscle.
Same rountine! Trainer Renee Beerman wraps Sophomore Toby Wright's
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The Greenhands. Bottom row: Johna Wiedoff, Annette Wheeler,
Debby Johnston and Caroline Taylor. Top row: Jerry Gollubier, Blaine
Mathison and Brian Okvath
but still alive
Though small in numbers based on
the standards of a few years ago, the
FFA was still going strong despite rapid
urbanization of this one time farming
area. Throughout the year the club par-
ticipated in a wide variety of activities
ranging from their annual Bar-B-Cue to
judging livestock at the Arizona State
Fair. They also judged cotton at the
University of Arizona and participated
in a public speaking contest. The group
continued to develop leadership, cooper-
ation and citizenship in its members.
The FFA Chapter Officers. President, Jayne
Scott, Sentinel, David Jensen, Reporter, Matt
Lyonsg Treasurer, Wade Jordang Secretary,
The FFA Chapter. Bottom row:
Annette Wheeler, Deita Thornton,
Jayne Scott and Caroline Taylor.
Middle row: Advisor Mr. Gail
Deal, Debby J ohnston, Jerry Gollubier,
Brian Okvath and Wayne Scott.
Top row: Vince Bertelson, David
Jensen, Matt Lyons, WadeJordan,
Ski club has two spectarulat trips'
The purpose of the Ski Club is
for students of Tempe High
School to have an opportunity
to ski at a reduced cost. Two
educational trips were taken,
one in Colorado and the other
in Utah. "The Colorado trip
was totally radicalll' said Sen-
ior member Marni Glenn. Sen-
iors Derek Wozencraft and Bran-
dy Grantham agreed that the
Utah trip was the best Ski Club
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In an effort to promote the
softball teams, backers of the
sport have formed one of the
school's newest clubs, the Soft-
ball Club. The club held fund-
raising events and painted
signs to promote spirit.
Said club President Karla
Schuman, "We were very
successful. We were able to
buy sweatshirts for game
days which added to team
The Ski Club. Front row: Nicol Saliba, Shad Griffin and Gary Ostendorf. Second
row: Jacob Rothenberg, Kristen Alford, Jason Maverick, Dennis Tomas and Lori
Buie. Third row: Katie Benton, Dina Giacoletti, Bobbye Fraser, Christy Griffen,
Ray Richardson and Kenneth Richardson. Fourth row: Belinda Tomasi, Scott
Smith, Steve Rugg, Mike Kumelski, Chucky Johnson, Mike Hunt and Tom
Gustafson. Fifth row: Brandon Grantham, Bodick Huston, Jeff Whitley, Beth
White, Mike Rugg, Pernell Thomas and Anton Pridonoff. Sixth row: Mr. Tim
McBurney, Andy Kusche, Debby Stakebake, Kirk Hoffman, Laura Holt, Sherri
Bowser, Susette Cowley, Karen Adamczyk, Missy Grischkowsky and Eddie
The Softball Club. Front row: Carrie O'Brien, Toni Escalante, Andrea Cook,
Angela Garduno and Mary Salcido. Second row: Karla Schuman, Clir1Sty Wlulamsl
Felicia Costello, Katrina Gary, Debbie Pinter and Izzy Scheibenreif.
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The Science Club Officers. Mike Sauer, Julie Christoph,
Kenneth Richardson and Ray Richardson.
by Science Club
Designed to spur interest in science and
technology, the Science Club tried to give
interested students experiences in those areas
that were not readily available in the normal
classroom offerings. The club, one of the
largest in the school, tried to accomplish these
goals through numerous field trips to nearby
scientific establishments and listening to a
variety of experts in various scientific fields.
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The Football and Track Boosters Club. Front row: Keith Smith, Jason Kirby, Mike Mosley, Raul
Ruiz, Jay Lister, Armondo Hernandez, Derek Sanders, Jon Berry, Robert Oliver and Coach Norm
Labarge. Second row: T.C. Wright, Dwight Johnson, Jon Ferris, Matt Billingsley, Dave Robson, Don
Platt, Travis Holland, Luke Schinzel, Jon Trejo and Mike Dowie. Back row: Coach Tim McBurney,
Gary Ostendorff, Mark Bjorem, Scott Jordan, Jeff Scow, Bob Sever, Kevin Sotomeyer and Coach
Club promotes athletic interests
A support organization for athletes of two of levels of participatign.
Tempe Highis major sP01'13s, the F00tbal1 and The club sponsored a dance to earn money to
Tfaek Beestefis Club boasted membership Of help achieve their goals. They were also active
most members Of the two sP01't,s varsity teams- in promoting other sports besides their own.
Their goal was to get new members from other
Club wants good sportsmanship
Composed of all athletes
who have earned a letter at
Tempe High, the Letter Club
set as its primary goal the
promotion of good sportsman-
ship both on and off the field
The club has about equal
numbers of girls and boys
and its activities included go-
ing to games and meets of
sports other than their own
to help promote interest in
Felicia Costello Marni Glenn Angela Garduno and Gina Robles Middle ro
Ford, Troy Turley, Karla Schuman, Katrina Gary, Kristy Williams, Carrie
and Jeff Janette. Back row: Keith Campbell, Fred Jones, Drew Anderson,
Auzenne, Chris Meadows, John Mathison, Rob Mangini and Scott Wotuliwitz.
The lsetter Club. Front row: Kim Wood, Toshia Paschal, lsadora
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Kings Club honorary service club
The Kings Club Officers. Sergeant at Arms, Steve Pochiro,
Second Sergeant at Arms, Dwight J ohnsong Treasurer, Jacob
Rothenberg, President, Derek Wozencraftg Secretary, Kirk
Hoffman, Vice President, Jeff Whitley.
The Kings Club. Front row: Andy Ortiz, Steve Pochiro, Shad Griffin,
Russel Oonk, Jacob Rothenberg, Kirk Hoffman and J eff Whitley. Back
row: Sean Rozelle, Brandon Gratham, Dwight Johnson, Paul Fredrick,
Ken Orman, Flint Craig, Derek Wozencraft and Randy Cervantes.
The Kings Club is an honorary service club
affiliated with the Lions Club. The service
projects adopted by the club are primarily
conservative. Donations are given to worthy
charities based upon earnings from club spon-
Senior Brandon Grantham said, "It's the
best club I've ever been in." Senior and club
secretary Jacob Rothenberg said, "The Kings
Club is a club I can really get involved in."
of Key Club
The Key Club is an honorary ser-
vice club and a chapter of the inter-
national Kiwanis club. Among the
activities it sponsored during the year
were two very successful blood drives.
They also worked in other community
projects representing the school.
The Key Club. Front row:
Brent Weech, Mark Du-
plissis, Nora Schmidt
Valerie Frescholtz, Jen-
ny Hochstrasser, Anita
Verdugo and Ken Richard-
son. Back row: Mr. Bill
Graham, Sandi Murray,
Keith Olbricht, Jana For-
x fl' ister, Laurie Troupa, La-
' tonia Owens, Teresa Over-
S 1 bey, Mary Hisle and Ar-
l lene Martinez. F
Latin dead languagepclub is not
Latin may be a dead lang-
uage but this year's club was
far from ready for the grave-
Spurred to new life by a
seemingly resurgent interest
in the language, the club tri-
ed to relive some of the experi-
ences of ancient Rome with a
Roman banquet and Olym-
pic games. They also had pic-
nics and held a car wash to
The Latin Club. Front row: Natasha Larimer, Jennifer Ciolek, Susan Sharkey
Heather Shiffer. Second row: Tina Scammell, Laura Pratt, Su Cho,
-If Hochstrasser, Melissa Rudolph, Tara Dass and Mrs. Judith Starkson.. Third
.' Brian Sealey, Jill Lipinski, Sandi Murray, Shereen Burns, Mark Duplissis, T-
if Farber and Lacy Harkins. Fourth row: Kevin Hall, Anders Aannestad, Mike Br
' A K Dan Clark, Sean Sorrels, Katie Benton, John Veland and Cecilia Stevens. F
KJ ' Dfw" il , row: Jeff Wester, Abe Polk, Lisa Bohn, Jennifer Brown and Hui Mun.
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i"THiClub Francais lives it up
The French Club. Front row:
Katherine Storms, Rosa Rod-
riguez, Diem Ha, Shaelin Char-
ania, Souky Ner, Sharon
Berry, Kelly McCray, Steph-
anie Leonard and Eva Shi-
vers. Second row: Mika Webb,
Brooke Davis, Leah Blum,
Heidi Vellenga, Katie Radin,
Christine Gibson, Bill Caras-
co, Rebecca McKinnon, Heath-
er Herald, Christie Follet,
Amy Bakes and Andy Yost.
Third row: Alexis Springston,
T.D. LeNguyen, David Barba,
Dru Blanc, James Pauly,
Daanon DeCook, Bert Herald,
Chris Dicken, Hinh Le, Tim
Takeuchi, Todd Blanc and Ms.
The French club decided to live a bit of French life in Arizona, as far
possible. Their goal was to learn about French culture and the langu
through activities and events that allowed them to "be French."
Among the most productive of their endeavors, as far as being Frei
was concerned, was a cheese-tasting party, a luncheon at Cafe Cm'
and the producing of a play. They also became involved in candy sales
a fund raising activity.
New ECI-Ill club In
he MECHA Club. Front row: Angela Salazar, Carrie O'Brian, Rose Amaya, Renee
ader and Cindy Creel. Back row: Mr. Mario Garcia, Yolanda Ramirez, Chuck Ruiz, T.D.
enguyen, Andy Ortiz, Mark Montenegro and Patty Soto.
ad active year
The MECHA club got.
together again after be-
ing inactive for a few-
years. The purpose of the
club was to promote His-
panic culture and tradi-
tions. They did this by
sponsoring various activ-
ities such as softball
games, a Mardi Gras
dance, carwash, a swap
meet sale and a play for
the elderly during Christ-
Spanish club profits go to nee 9
Spanish Club. First row: Teri Overbey, Pippa Cox, Elisha Jackson, Melissa Ryan,
Edmondson, Shannon Aldridge, Steve Duplissis, Rachael Johnson, Becky Chavez
Judy Dixie. Second row: Connie Garcia, Perla Zamarron, Dahn Schiffer, Therese
ickard, Lopa Misra, Paul Platt, Laurie Troupa, Melissa Templeton, Erin Haefer,
ammy Knoll and Ivana Vendor. Third row: Julie Christoph, Renee Fader, Kim Dukes,
laiane MacCawley, Ken Richardson, David Barba, Rob Oliver, Butch Carranza,
ourtney Woode, and Ray Richardson.
The large number of
Spanish classes reorgan-
ized a dormant Spanish
club with enthusiasm
and a concern for the wel-
fare of their fellow man.
The club's activities in-
cluded candy sales and
calendar sales to raise
funds. But unlike most
clubs, the members decid-
ed to donate all earned
money to fill Christmas
baskets for the needy in
Other activities were de-
signed to help the mem-
bers understand more a-
bout the culture and cus-
toms of Spanish speak-
BSU promoting black awareness
The primary purpose of the Black Stud-
ent Union was to promote awareness of .
black heritage and black accomplish-
ments among all students at Tempe High.
Club members ranged from freshmen to
Among the club's major activities was
supporting observation of Black Aware-
ness Week and attending the Career Day
sponsored by the Black Student Unions at
the District's four high schools. Career
Day was held at Corono del Sol this year.
BSU. Front row: Franchelle Frazier, Dana Washington, Twoi
Bigbee and Margo McKenzie. Back row: Roshi Smith, Art Coles,
Cassandra Bass, Chenita Dix and Monica Craig.
Study of German culture club ai
The purpose of the Ger-
man Club was to learn ab- x
out German speaking count-
ries, promote German and,
of course, have fun. This
years club was very active
and participated in many
activities. Among them
were the Oktoberfest at
Squaw Peak, a delicious eat-
out at a german restaurant,
hosting German students
foreign exchange program
and taking the exchange
students to an exciting trip
The German Club. Front row: Mike Kearney, Venessa Lewis, Billy Comstock, Tara
Dass, Karen Clark and Jon Chaudhuri. Back row: Time Calder, Tom Payne Scott
Lanquist, Jeff Casey, Chris Burns, Wendy DeBano and Mrs. Fullerton.
Big auto club needs two sections
Designed to provide an-
other outlet for students in-
terested in the repair and main-
tenance of automobiles, the
Auto Buffs expanded to en-
compass two classes last
year. Both groups joined in
money raising efforts to buy
T-shirts bearing the Auto
Buffs logo and they became
involved in a project to help
the Tempe community.
The Auto Buffs fThird Hourj. Front row: Jerry Diaz, Jon Slusser, Terry Blila,
Tom Sheppard, David Aden, Travis Holland and Carl Strempke. Back row:
Mike Sylvester, Nate Little, David Henson, Paul Barnum, Matt Knutson, Andy
Kusche and Mr. Ben Elkins.
The Auto Buffs CSecond Hourb. Front row: Brent Acton, Back IOWI Danny Garcia, Drennen Alin, Greg Agan,
Danny Needham, Steve Jaskowski, Rob Tutrone, Jim RobertSever, Don Platt,Matt Morton,Mark Ward,Joseph
Russell, Tom Birt, Tim Dosenberry and Steve Quihuis. Estrada, Tim Caserta and Mr. Ben Elkins.
nteract works with Getz school
The Interact Club is an in-
dependent service organization
that performs whatever useful
services they can find a need
for in the community. Among
their annual activities are spec-
ial dances for the students at
Getz School. Among their pro-
jects to earn money was sponsor-
ship of the annual Christmas
dance, the Mistletoe Ball.
The Interact Club. Front row: Shaelin Charania, Rhonda Daggett, Shannon
Aldridge, Polly Pinder, Michelle Cherry and Lindi Evans. Second row: Julie
Goldstein, Suzette Cowley, Cindi Creel, Michelle Gomez, Stephanie Vonk, Su
Cho, Dina Giacoletti and Laura Pratt. Top row: Ray Richardson, Andy Ortiz,
Ken Richardson, Richard Stevens, Buddy Early, Dawn Winans, Sean Newton
and Caroline Taylor.
Zltt club tries to earn scholarship
The Art Club is a group
that gets together and vis-
its museums and art clubs.
They also had professional
artists come in and talk to
them. The club's major
goal was to raise money for
a scholarship for a senior.
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The Art Club. Front row: Joe Williamson, Zack Smoll, Anthony Norrise, Shawn
Groves, Danny Santos, Eddie Jamison and Tammy Wilson. Back row: Deborah
Cook, Cindy Peterson, Andrew Hershberger, Ken Collins, Paul Frederick, Mike
H Angulo, Tim Perry, Nick Kanios and Ellie Evans.
Group promotes drama at school
Promoting an interest
in drama among Tempe
High students Was the
main goal of the Drama
club. Members held fund
raisers to earn money to
help put on plays which
helped make the produc-
tions more professional.
Many new members add-
ed new life to the club
The Drama Club. Front row: Mika Webb, Brooke Davis, Debbie Bastin, Katie Benton,
Dawn Winans, Carole Bishton, Lara Pratt and Russell Barnes. Back row: Mr. Mario
Garcia Blaine McCauley, Danny Santos, Jason True, Arusha Baker, David Barba, Dan
Clark, Paul DeCock, Janet Stumpff and John Hyatt.
T espians is elite theater group
The Thespians is
an elite group open
only to students who
have earned at least
10 points for partici-
pation in the theater
arts. They can be earn-
ed either on stage or
True said, "This year
we attended more
plays and became
more involved with
The Thespians. Front row: Janet Stumpff, Russell Barnes, Mika Webb, Brooke Davis and
Danny Santos. Back row: Mr. Mario Garcia, Blaine McCauley, Arusha Baker, Dawn Winans,
Jason True, David Barba, Dan Clark and John Hyatt.
The Altamira Staff. Front I-OW: Marsha Darg, neth Richardson, Dru Blanc,BillCarrasco,l5tebec-
Heather Herald, Natasha Larimer, Julie Payne, ca MCKiDH0H, ChI'iS Dibbern, Jennifer C1018k,
Mika Webb, Brooke Davis, Wendy DeBano and Brian Sealy and MS- Karen Phafes-
Julie Christoph. Back row: Doug Dibbern, Ken-
Cooperation key to staffs success
Working together, the staff of the
school's literary magazine, The Alta-
mira, again published an outstanding
collection of poetry, short stories, draw-
ings and photographs. Meeting each
Friday after school, the completely vol-
untary group judged, graded and finally
selected the best of the work of the
Tempe High community.
Selected staff members then got into
the business of designing the pages,
setting the type and pasting the correct-
ed copy on the pages so they could be
sent to the printer "camera ready."
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Altamira editors and officers were Wendy DeBano, Chris Dibbern
Rebecca McKinnon and Julie Payne.
Rated one of the best teams , ,
in the state, the THS Chess
Club took first at the Regional
Tournament and headed to the
The club's purpose is to stim-
ulate interest in the ancient
game of chess as well as to give
members practice against play-
ers from all over Arizona.
takes first at Regional
The Chess Club. Bottom row: Michael Carrier, Jack Donahoe, Bryan
Strickland and Eddie Bell. Top row: Justin Lewenstein, Mike Volquard
sen, Jon Chaudri, Doug Jennings, Daniel Barnhart and Bill Craigo.
The National Honor Society. Front row: Monique Bui,
Heather Drake, Barbara Palais, Zhen Fan, Tara Dass,
Stephanie Leonard, Suzette Cowley, Kim Wood, Jill
Lipinski, Lara Holt, Debbie Stakebake, Natasha Lari-
mer and Drew Trelease. Middle row: Shaelin Charnia,
Joy Bell, Jennifer Ciolek, Katherine Storms, Arusha
Baker, Sarah Wictor, Tracy Dennenberg, Sandy Mur-
ray, Eva Shivers, Amy Trowbridge, Lori Lopez, Cindy
Peralta, Bill Carrasco, Jen Morehart, Rebecca McKin-
The National Honor Society started the
year a bit shaky and slow according to some
members. "This club seems so unorganizedf'
said NHS member Jenny Schrack. But, work-
ing together, the club improved. They organiz-
ed some activities and began having a great
The purpose of the NHS is to encourage and
facilitate four areas of emphasis at Tempe
High, scholarships, leadership, service and
character. The c1ub's area of emphasis this
year was helping students who were in need of
non, Julie Christoph, Heather Herald, Paula McWhir-
ter, and Steven Thomas. Back row: Judy Dutson, Mr.
Clyde Starks, Deena Casey, Wendy DeBano, Susan
Ditsworth, Keith Smith, Richard Kerr, Flint Craig,
Robert Greenan, Scott Wojtulewicz, Derek Sanders,
John Matheson, Chun Fan, Jason True, Shad Griffin,
Jacob Rothenberg, Gary Ostendorff, David Bushman,
Ken Richardson, Chris Dibbern, Steve Rugg, Dru
Blanc, Diane Simon and Ray Richardson.
Society had slow
start, got better
The newest and apparently
largest club on campus was the
Pep Club. Organized to regener-
ate spirit and pride in the school
and its teams, the club was
hugely successful. There was
an obvious change in student
attitude and attendance at
games quickly increased. The
noise level stayed high even
though the teams were not al-
The club sold Buffalo sweat-
shirts to raise money and spent
most of it to paint spirit signs
and otherwise raise school
Hurray! Pep Club members cheer when the Buffaloes make a touchdown.
The Pep Club Officers. Treasurer, Debbie Pinterg
what is he trying to SCly?P9P Club members try Vice President, Ken Ormang President, Tosha
to follow the lead of another member as he leads Foshieg Secretary, Dori Bowers
them in a cheer.
AQDWOQK CHAQACTEQISTIC OF COE STUDEN
COE QCooperative Office Educationh
was for the college-bound or Career-
intent high school senior interested
in acquiring business experiencej
Students selected for the program
had one period of classroom instruc-
tion and two periods assigned toon-
the-job training. Students work a
minimum of 15 hours per week and
receive pay as well as school credit.
The COE program is a cooperative
partnership between the school and
business community. Students
work at a local business or public
agency and receive supervision and
training from the employer who
works closely with the student's
high school coordinator.
COE Officers. Deana Casey, Becky Valenzuela, Dana DeFoe,.
Bess, Martrell Turner, Wayne Hardy, Lisa Rawls, Michele Virgo
Hernandez and Helica Gonzalez.
COE. First row: Connie Allen, Stephanie Stimson, Kris Colette Cox, Deana Casey, Dana Defoe, Robin
Otterstedt, Becky.Valenzuela, Tina Hayes, Lisa Rawls, Sharonda Bess, Tanya Sharp, Gina Hernandez
Mrs. Marianne Mitchell, Tia Byrd, Helicia Gonzales and Wayne Hardy.
Linda Worth. Second row: Martell Turner, Michele Virgo,
DECA MEMBEQS SET CAQEEQ GOALS, VALUES
ECA Officers. Adella Bracken, Cindy Barker, Jay Lister, Jon Spotts, Lo
verson and Pam Hoeborn.
The purpose of DECA fDistribu-
tive Education Clubs of Americal is
to help its members develop career
goals and values. DECA also devel-
ops skills and aptitudes in the mar-
keting and distribution areas of
A vocational organization, its mem-
bers attend school in the morning
and workin the afternoon, gaining
an understanding of the profess-
ional World of marketing and mer-
DECA. First row: Jay Lister, Cindy Barker, Adella Brack- gott, Pam Hoeborn, Lori Iverson, Debbie Columbus, Kim
en, Jon Spotts, Tehira Strong, Julie Daniels, Lisa Davie Sanders, Laura Cora and Mr., Dave Maltby.
and Rob Little. Second row: Deirdre Powell, Barb Alter-
FBLA AIMS FOQ FUTUQE BUSINESS SUCCESSES
FBLA QFuture Business Leaders
of Americaj is a national organ-
ization for secondary school stud-
ents participating in business and
office programs. The purpose of
the club is to promote business
activities to young adults and
also to teach business skills.
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l "" """"" ' ':i"" V Elisha Jackson and Susan Cantebury.
The FBLA. Mrs. Dolores Christensen, Mary Christensen, ica Morales, Kimberly Dukes, Susan Canterbury, Elisha
Laura Stanley, Robin Birkholtz, Tina McConahay, Anjel- Jackson, Tony Tasante and Mr. Dave Maltby.
HERO AMONG MOST ACT VE CAMPUS GQOUPS
HERO CHome Economic Related
Occupationsb is an organization for
senior students aimed at helping
them develop a sense otci vic respon-
sibilities and social awareness. Stud-
ents become involved in school and
community activities and they work
to test their interest in home
economics related careers
HERO also sponsors many activ-
ities throughout the year, Advisor
Ms. Marilyn Van Denmark said-
about this year's HERO class,
"They have more enthusiam and
involvement than last year."
ERO Flrstrow Carmehta Babb Conn1eHarlsen Cindy worth Alice Bess, Cid Barajas, Lorie Long and Kimber
olfe Tammy Jackson Mary Fitchie Trisha Clark Llsa Neuffer Third row: Kwong Van Ngo, Renee Parkhurst,
arcla and Nicole Smith Second row Mercy Villa Sean Cartwright Robert L. Smith, Laurie Rocz, Angel
ntolnette James Jackie Court Lisa Brant Susan Ens D-M1191 T1'3Cy St0k9S and Teri Hayward. X
OV, IQL TATEQS LEAQN ABOUT POLITICS
Aimed at teaching citizenship and
a better understanding of the Amer-
ican system of government, the sum-
mer camps of Boys and Girls State
found six Buffaloes in attendance
last year. The three boys went north
to NAU while the girls traveled to
Tucson and the U of A.
At both camps, the participants
from high schools throughout Ari-
zona divided themselves into politi-
cal parties and organized and ran a
miniature state. It was a unique but
impressive way to learn how poli-
tics really work in the real world.
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OQEIGN STUDENT ENJOYSLIVING IN TEMPE
The only foreign exchange student at Tempe
High was Michel Shutz from the tiny country
of Luxembourg in Europe. Michel said that he
very much enjoyed living in the United States
and particularly Arizona. "I like the great
variety of countryside, from deserts to mount-
ains, that are here," he said.
Michel particularly enjoyed the great var-
iety of classes that were available to him at
THS. He said that in his country the courses
were set and everybody had to take them.
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Chasing interviews, writing
in a noisy room under pressure,
and trying to meet both the
typesetting and the pasteup
deadlines were all chores faced
by the staff ofthe student news-
paper, The Buffalo, each two
It was one of the few high
school newspapers in the Val-
ley to come out so frequently in
an eight page tabloid format.
Mr. Chuck Newton, advisor,
said, "l'm really proud of their
accomplishments. They do it
all from beginning to end and
send the copy to the printer
camera ready. That's asking
more than the ordinary from a
class that meets one hour a
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Is that right? Copy Editor Michelle It's not ready! Ad Manager M
Comeaux checks a story for accuracy. Pierce pastes up an advertisement
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worked many hours each issue checking to see that ii V
all was in its propgr placgl Editor-ln-Chief Keith 0lbTiCht
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TAFF STQUGGLE5, LEAQNS7 DEADL. NES MET
The largest yearbook staff in
years struggled to meet their first
two deadlines, barely succeeding. lt
was touch and go as the many new
staffers tried to 'learn while doing'
and the old hands explained and
tried to remember exactly how it
was to be done.
But they did learn and the two
periods met their deadlines, finish-
ing the pages early enough to
impress even the printing plant.
It was also the largest book ever
produced at Tempe High and con tain-
ed more full color pages than ever
Advisor Mr. Chuck Newton said,
"I was hard on the staff. The first
semester was a real difficult time.
But after that, it was a piece of
Editor-in-Chief Debbie Pinter
Should we use this one?.Select-
ing pictures from the contact book
were beginning staffers Freshmen
Barbara Geller, Anne Stopher, T
Coleen Bliss and Monica Leon.
I say that way! Discussing the senior section layout are Seniors Derek
Wozencraft, Jayne Scott, Debbie Johnston, Marni Glenn, Eve
Tuhey and Brandon Grantham.
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This can go there...Working on faculty and underclass layouts were
veteran staffers Sophomore Paul Bedewi and Seniors Robin Nelson and
It's focussed! according to staff photo-
grapher Senior Lynn Kumelski working on
the enlarger in the darkroom.
don't believe it! A laughing Junior Rosa
checks a picture while a more
Freshman Jenny Burdick offers a
He's one! Looking for freshmen a-
mong the contacts were Freshmen
Debbie Tsosie, Corena Carpenter
and Heather Schwindt.
All I do is type! Second
period staff typesetter Fresh-
Paste it here! Pasting up their pages man Wendy Persely sets
were Junior Sherri Bowser and Senior cutlines and copy for the
Jake Rothenberg. Staff-
I'm showing them! Beginning staffers Freshmen Shan-
non Laugen and Belinda Tomasi are shown how to check a
layout by veteran staffer Sophomore Katy Gallagher.
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QC!-TESTQA QEQUIQES AUDITIONS, TALENT
To be in Tempe High's Concert Orchestra,
students had to audition to demonstrate their
ability to play their instrument and to read
music. Those who qualified could also audition
for the Regional Orchestra and fewer still for the
Under a new director, the Orchestra headed to
San Diego, California, in the Spring to perform
in the Heritage Festival.
In December, the Orchestra combined forces
with the school's A Capella and Chorale singing
groups to provide a Christmas festival for the
community in conjunction with similar groups
from the other three schools in the District.
The Orchestra. Standing: Dean Wood and Sean Newton. Dru Blanc, Danille Piwinski, Thanh Duy Lenguyen,
Frontrow: Helen Kokaliares, Erin Haefer,WendyDebano Katie Radiny Mary.Mm-gret Rogales, Kris Ijibbern,
and Naiuma Ali- Middle TOW1 LHCY H31'kiUS, T-'5Sh3 Stephanie Leonard, Aimee Zupicich, Edwin Bell and
Altheide and Natasha Larimer. Back row: Jason Rollins, Delbert Harold.
D ONYSUS .....
N QUE STYLE
The purpose of Dionysus is to
promote the art form of modern
dance at Tempe High and to
explore the many areas avail-
able to a modern dancer choreo-
The group's money-raising
activities this year included the
flea market and candy Buff
The fall concert, Inner Rhy-
thms of Dance, was November
25 and was well recieved as was
their spring concert.
Dionysus also supported the
Morp Dance on December 6.
Dionysus. Front row: Laura Stanley, Holly Krecklow, Vikki Kennedy, Blakely
Miller, Melissa Goff, LaSean Solomon and Liz Boettcher. Middle row: Susan
Sharky, Anna Stevens, Arosha Baker and Kim Porter. Back row: Gina Medina
Karen Adamczyk, Jenn Morhart, Lisa Tillery, Jane Hovey, Chris Mun and Trisha
The Buffalo Marching Band. First row: Rhonda
Daggett, Kristin Desnoyer, Terri Overbey,
Laura Spaulding, Jennifer Rocha, Cecilia Stev-
ens, Jeannette Cannon, Dee Sorgen, Marcie
McVaugh, Michelle Comeaux, Mary Clayton,
Karen Giacobbi, Heidi Vellenga, Nora Schmidt,
Jeanne Brown, Buffy Nelson and Cindy McKay.
Second row: Christine Peter, Todd Blanc, Andy
Lathrop, Brad Meyers, Rick Cramer, Alan Brad-
ley, Christrine Follet, Frank Valenzuela, Raul
Monreal, Butch Carranza, Jill Lipinski, Julie
Christoph, Racheal Barke, Marisol Canchola
and Lisa Mainieri. Third row: Ray Richardson,
David Bushman, Kevin Butler, Steve Riggins,
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son, Julie Thompson, Valerie Frescholtz, Matt
Wagner, Kenneth Richardson, Robert Mainieri,
Alex Shivers and Glenn Bryant. Fourth row:
Richard Wilson, Sean Smith, Joy Bell, Paul
Salinas, Tom Johnson, Andy Martinez, Mike
Higgins, Matt Helmstadter, Bryan Lesko, Shane
McGinnis, Dante Davis and Shane Gardner.
Fifth row: Debra Smith, Gail Kessler, Darla
Ockey, Lee Ann Spaulding, Rabe Arthurs and
Jeff Shephard. Flag Line: Cheryl Stewart, Lor-
etta Mendez, Carmella Mendez, Letonia Owens,
Mary Hisle, Anita Verdugo, Arlene Martinez
and Jenny Hochstrasser.
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ents had to audition for membership.
They sang locally only. Many Chor-
ale members also auditioned for the
In the spring, the A Capella Choir
traveled to San Diego, California, to
perform at the Heritage Festival.
A Capella is the concert choir, the
top choir in the school. To be in A
Capella, a student had to audition.
Most also auditioned for Regional
Choir and All-State.
The Chorale is an intermediate ch-
oir. Like the A Capella Choir, stud-
The A Capella Choir. Front row: Kelly Myrow, Ashli Oliver, Lisa Vasquez, Scott Smith, Bill
Starcher, Shawn Goldstein, Christina Burd, Lin Hoffman and Ericka Center. Middle row:
Jessica Lowenthawl, Shawna Pomeroy, Bret Cutler, Jim Chandler, Steve Hanlock, Diane
Simon, Paula McWhirter and Mrs. Wedington-Clark. Back row: Sonia Watson, Jennifer Craft,
Mary Christensen, Julie Arthurs, Ryan Spencer, Tadd Huey, Steve Rugg, Jacob Alsbrook,
Phillip King and Scott Tageson.
The Chorale. Front row: Melody Bruguier, nandez, Stephanie Zogheib,JeffStone, Dan-
Lauralyn Beattie, Tina Roof, Tasha Dardon, ny Mills, Richard Johnson, Ms. Wedding-
Lori Gatlin, Sarah Doe, Sharon Berry and tonfClark,Dedra White, Dawn Penrose,Mel-
Jennifer Rynearson. Back row: Jeanette Her- issa Hochstedler and Tina Hendricks.
! EH ND THE SCENES ' WITH TV PQGDUCT ON
Quiet on the set!-Juniors Valerie Paredes
and Davis Mattson get ready to film, while
Sophomore Cynthia Brooks and Freshman
Porsha Jones talk.
"Cue talent! Camera one! Action!" Those were nearly
daily commands in the TV Productions class as the
budding cameramen and directors worked on a visual
yearbook of the year at Tempe High for presentation
over the local lcable channel.
Problems were many with equipment, learning new
techniques, writing scripts, and editing the raw footage
into a professional show which could be offered for
Goodjob!Juniors Valerie Peredes, David Mattson and Sophomore
Cynthia Brooks take a break after working with the cameras.
Concentrating hard. Sophomore Cynthia Brooks works with the
camera while Junior Devid Mattson sits and watches .
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Homecoming '86 had a'Touch of Class'
"A Touch of Class" was the theme
for Homecoming '86 and class was
what was exhibited throughout the
The festivities were kicked off by
a Thursday night bonfire out on the
field. Bill Mosley, a Channel 3 sports-
caster and THS alumnus, announc-
ed the class attendants as selected
by the students.
The Homecoming pep rally was
highlighted by the Senior Walk, a
time when seniors who excell academ-
ically or in extra-curricular activ-
ities, can walk across the gym let-
ting everyone know their accomplish-
ments. A senior boy escorted a sen-
ior girl down a marked pathway
while they heard their scholastic
accomplishments read by Masters
of Ceremonies Bill Mosley and-
Linda Turley, the latter from Chan-
The football game began with a
US Army helicopter bringing in the
game ball. The game was exciting
even though it ended in a 21-21 tie
with Brophy. At halftime, Seniors
Jim Shinn and Jenny Schrack were
named Homecoming king and
The festivities were capped with
a beautifully decorated dance in the
gym Staurday night. The outstand-
ing decorations and the formally
dressed students who attended the
dance gave a fitting end to the
Homecoming that indeed had "A
Touch of Class."
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Give me a light!The festive fireworks display burns at the Homecoming game.
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and Queen, Gary Tutrone and Aileen Balizado, passes her Crown to Jenny Schrack.
return to pass their crowns to this year's royalty.
Ready, kick! The Pom line in their Halloween
performs at the halftime ceremonies of the game.
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Let's see, that's H-O-M-E ..... ' A large Homecoming banner is constructed
by Senior Bill Carrasco and Freshmen Terry Rickard and Marisola
Oooh, Pretty! Hundreds of streamers are spread out across the gym by
Junior Lindy Evans, Sophomore Christine Tucker and Junior Steph-
eady, blow! Blowing up the balloons for the dance were Sophomore
heyana Wozencraft, Freshman Carolina Ramos and Senior Shad
Quit shaking the ladder! Hanging stream-
ers was Sophomore Andrea Cook.
May I have this dance? A large group of students enjoyed the music and dancing at Homecoming '86.
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dance together were Seniors Jenny
Schrack and Jim Shinn.
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MICHELLE VIRGO and JOHN MASON
YUL BARRS and CHRISTINE TUCKER
PATRICK ESPARZA and CAROLINA RAMOS
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RICHARD KERR and CHRISTY PITMAN
KEN ORMAN and CINDY PETERSON
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SONNY CASSEL and MARY ROSALES
JIM SHINN and JENNY SCHRACK
Homecoming King and Queen
Pep Rallies provided new spirit to THS
Pep rallies are important events. They gather
everyone together to promote school spirit. Each
class tries to show it has "Buff Pride." After a few
rallies, the freshmen class finally catches on that
they are in "Buffalo Country."
The pep rallies are organized and run by the
Student Council but the most obvious hard workers
at each rally are the cheer lines, the pommies and the
band. Cooperation by all results in a rowdy and
exciting pep rally full of students united and proud
of Tempe High.
Ta Da! Finishing a great routine at one of the Pep Rallies
was Senior Dori Bowers.
Where's the beef? After tasting a Big Mac at the Mac
Day pep rally, Senior Paul Frederick looks dis-
ROWDIE!The Junior class shows loud, raucous spirit.
We're good! Senior Flint Craig smiles broadly as he introduces
the Boys Cross Country team during a pep rally.
True Blue! The sophomore and junior sections were always showing the "Buff Pride" known at THS.
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pep rally was sophomore Shane McGinnis.
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Dances were Number I on Friday night
Dances occupied the Friday nights of a
good number of Tempe High students.
And most of those dances were held in the
school gymnasium. In the fall, it was after
the football games. In the winter, they
followed basketball games and wrestling
matches. But during the spring, they were
the only thing going at night.
Students lined up outside the gym early
on dance nights, ID cards in hand. No one
could get in without that precious ID!
Each dance was sponsored by a differ-
ent club or activity and most had specific
themes for which the gym had been decor-
ated. It was amazing what a bit of paper,
streamers and an imagination could do to
Aloha! Juniors Eva Shivers and Jaunette
McCormick show Freshman Richard Stevens
and Sophomore Mike Venell how to hula.
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Sherene Burns and Tracey Coleman.
Get down.'Rock Lobster by the B 52's was a popular number at the
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Jam on it! Students really enjoy the THS dances.
How. cute! Sharing a slow dance together
are Senior Daphne Pallas and Junior
Let's dance! It looks like everyone at Tempe High enjoys
Gym transformed for Coronation Ball
Sadly, it's all over. The pink and burgandy
streamers have been swept up and thrown away.
However, the memory of Coronation, the annual
girl-ask-guy semi-formal ball, lingers on.
A pink and burgandy streamer canopy hung
from the gym ceiling, completely transforming
its appearance. Balloons lay on the floor and
candles lit the tables. A small silver fountain
held the punch.
Couples danced not only to the theme song,
My Love for You by Glenn Maderos, but to many
other popular numbers. "About 100 to 150 people
came," said Freshman Julie Brada. "It was a
very nice crowdf'
The atmosphere was particularly pleasing to
most students. "There were a lot of little extras
that they usually don't have at most of the
dances which made it very nice," said Junior
As couples entered, they were treated to large
pictures of the royalty nominees and given
ballots to vote for their choice. Richard Kerr and
Christy Pitman were chosen as king and queen.
The dance was sponsored by the sophomore
classwho made a profit of 95600 with which they
were "very satisfied" according to class presi-
dent Sophomore Valerie Navarrette.
Look at all the money! Waiting for couples to lineup
for pictures are Juniors Nicole Saliba, Dyanne Jack-
son, Annie Montanez and Missy Pierce.
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Queen Seniors Richard Kerr and Christy Pitman and
Attendents Seniors Jay Lister and Cindy Peterson, and
Steven Thomas and Melissa Goff.
I couldn 't take this standing up! Decorating the gym i
preparation for the big dance is Freshman Merisol Lan
Get with it! Decorating for the ce usinl-I UW
colorful streamers were Freshman Terri Rickard,
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How special! Couples show their love for each other dancing to qophomfm ewan
the Coronation Ball's theme song, My Love for You. Opcnshaw'
Lift it up! Getting ready to raise the streamers to the Ceiling A H019 Cl0S9I'! Getting posed fm' tlwif f'0I'm21l
are Sophomore Chayana Wozencraft and Senior Suzette picture are Junior Brian Shaw and his date Senior
Cowley. Tammy Fields. Explaining how they should stand
is Senior Lisa Pence. '
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Melissa Goff and Andy Ortiz
Coronation Klng and Queen
Richard Kerr and Christy Pitman
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Fall pIay,'The Odd Couplefquite a show
The fall play was "The Odd Couple"
by Neil Simon, performed October
23,24 and 25. The lead roles of Felix
Ungar and Oscar Madison were play-
ed by Junior Russ Barnes and Senior
Ken Orman. The "Poker Buddies"
were Juniors David Barba as "Vin-
nie", Dan Clark as "Murray", Jason
True as "Roy", and Sophomore
Buddy Early as "Speed". The Pigeon
sisters were two Britsh ladies who
lived upstairs. "Gwendolyn", the
oldest, was played by Junior Mika
Webb, and "Cecily" was played by
Junior Arusha Baker. Anticipating
the final result, Russ commented,
"The cast is wonderful, so expect a
great show!" He was right. The actors
were enthusiastic about being in this
production, as expressed by Arusha
Trying to console an ailing "Felix"played by Junior Russ Barnes, were
Senior Ken Orman, Juniors Jason True and David Barba,
Sophomore Buddy Early, and Junior Dan Clark.
when she said,"Jolly good show!"
Buddy simply said,"I've seen this on
"Oscar" and the "Poker Buddiesi' listen
sympathetically at the door to "Felix's"
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"Uon't call Francis!" screams Russ, frantically clutching Ken's
shirt as he refers to his character's wife.
Cool cast created black family comedy
I don' know! Trying not to reveal her best friend's secret, Senior
Sharonda Bess is protected by Freshman Decazlyn Strange as
Senior Mikele Powell and Sophomore Jacob Alsbrook try to get all
Now what? Senior Mikele Powell, Sophomore Jacob Alsbrook
and Freshman Decazlyn Strange ponder their lives which have been
drastically changed because of a large amount of money.
The second of the schoolfs drama
offerings was Livin' Fat with an all-
black cast. Written by Judi Ann Mason,
it was the story of the black Cooper
family. The father, Calvin or Daddy,
was played by Sophomore Jacob Als-
brook. He worked two jobs to try to
support his family. Senior Mikele Pow-
ell played Mama who was a revivalist
and also worked as a cleaning lady. The
grandmother, Big Mama, was played
by Freshman Decazlyn Strange. Two
daughters, Candy and Davina Lee, were
played by Sophomore Dana Washing-
ton and Freshman Chenita Dix. Da-
vina's friend, Boo, played by Senior
Sharonda Bess, rounded out the six
Money, honey! Freshman Chenita Dix tells
her boyfriend she's sending him some "extra
moneyu to help pay for an engagement ring.
MURP was back after 3 year absence
Brought back after a three year ab-
sence, MORP, which is PROM spelled
backwards, was just that, the opposite
of the formal spring Prom.
In the first place, the girls asked the
guys. Next, rather than dinner at one of
the Valley's finer restuarants, most
guys were lucky to get a burger and fries
from such outstanding nightspots as
McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy's,
Taco Bell or Peter Piper Pizza.
The decorations in the gym were min-
imal and meant to provide a relaxed,
informal atmosphere. The dance was
We brought ours! Contributing to the Salvation Army's canned food
Sponsored by Dionysus- drive for the holiday season were Seniors Richard Kerr and Christy
How cute! Dressing in traditional MORP style were
Sophmore Valerie Parades and Tom Barnes from
Socks, too! "Did you remember to bring our
I 'm just at prisioner of MORP.' sings Junior Vikki
Kennedy from inside the ticket booth at the dance.
Boogie!.' Freshman Mary Hisle and junior
Heather Collins 'boogie' with Santa Claus
at the anual Mistle Toe Dance.
This is great.'Freshmen Kina Kessel and
Scott Lanquist take a break from dancing and
sit on santa's lap.
mistle toe dance
Santa visits THS!
The Mistle Toe Dance is
a semi-formal dance that is
held every year on the last
Friday night before Christmas
vacation. Students gather
to see each other one more
time before break, and to
get their last minute wishes
into Santa Claus. There is
always plenty of mistle toe
hung around the gym and
lots of green and red
The Dance has a Mistle
Toe Queen, but not a King.
The nominees for the queen
are selected through
interviews, not by a student
body vote. This year's queen
was senior Debbie Stakebake.
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H0-H0-Ho! The 1986 Mistle Toe Queen, senior Debbie Stakebake
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Getting to school
"How am I getting to school?"
The question seemed to be asked
every morning in a student's house.
The answers varied widely. Some
walked, some pedaled and some
bummed rides from friends. And
there were a few who used more
exotic modes of transportation.
But the old reliable for those liv-
ing within three miles of school was
Mom and the family car. Especially
when it rained. For those outside
the three mile limit, it was the bus.
The old reliable yellow monster
was always there. It was used norm-
ally by underclassmen and hated
by upperclassmen. After all, a sen-
ior was supposed to at least have
access to wheels.
We made it! Freshman Tim and Richard Not ln front of school'Freshrnan Jason Mahoney gOt to School
Quintana relied OH the good Old bl1S to get the easy way by getting a ride
them to school.
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Move it!The only problem with driving a car to school was the
massive traffic jam in the parking lot when school let out.
Zoom! A fun way of getting to school was on a skate
board like Freshmen Mikey Kumelski and Chuckie
Slow and steady. A rather popular way for those who lived 'X
close to school was a leisurely walk as these students are doing. lx
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Quad was place
to meet friends
The Quad was THE place to
meet on campus. It was where
you could find nearly everybody
at sometime during the day.
The brown baggers and snack
bar users were sprawled through-
out the area during both lunches
most of the year. The only prob-
lem came when they irrigated.
Conversation was the primary
commodity of the Quad. Socializ-
ing, talking with friends, making
new friends, relaxing, feeling free
from the classroom for just a few
minutes .... that was what the
Quad was all about.
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about a party Saturday night while Senior Erich Schulyer looks on.
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Thank goodness! Soph- Watch out! Freshman hunks Mike Huddleston, Johnny Nunez, and Ty
omore Shane McGinnis express their thoughts about freshman life.
is happy to hear the bell
ring for lunch.
Check it out! Sophmores Billy Comstock, David Barnett, Sonia Schultz, and Karen Clark
sit talking about the way they're going to wear their hair tomorrow.
Come and join! A good hackey sack game is played by
Seniors Jay Hamm, Chris Nelson, Kenny Richardson, Mmm good-' S0Ph0m01'eS Valerie FI'eSCh01tZ,
Larry Leach, David Aden, Kevin Sotomayer, and Rick Creimef, Andy Lathrop, and Anders
Ray Gambfla- Arnnestad, having a friendly discussion over
Girl talk!Sophomores Karen Conners, Monica Crieg and Casandra Bass
talk about the boys in their life while walking to lunch.
Politics, fBI'l'0l'lSm d0lTllh3IB 9B3l"S BBW
Politics at home and wars, inter-
national crises and terrorism over-
seas were the daily news staples for
THS students during the year.
Probably the biggest story with
the most lasting impact was the
Iranian arms scandal which involv-
ed President Ronald Reagan and
his National Security Council. It
was named the Watergate of the
80's. A special counsel was appoint-
ed to investigate independently
while special House and Senate
committees investigated the appar-
ently illegal sale of arms to Iran
and the funneling of the profits to
the Nicarauga Contras.
A summit or pre-summit in Octob-
er between the US and the USSR
was held at Reykjavik, Iceland. The
results were an icy standoff as Presi-
dent Reagan refused to give up on
the Strategic Defense Initiative as
demanded by Soviet leader Mikhail
In the US, a realization of the
wide spread use of drugs struck
home as two oustanding athletes,
Len Bias and Don Rogers, died
from overdoses. The government's
response was varied. President Rea-
gan sent Army helicopters to Boliv-
ia to help stamp out cocaine factor-
ies and some congressmen called
for full use of the Army and Navy to
fight the drug traffic. Efforts were
made to tighten border security .
In Arizona, the top story was
political as maverick conservative
Republican Evan Mecham defeated
the establishment candidate in the
primaries, and went on to defeat the
favored Democrat in a three way
race for governor. At the same time,
retiring senator Barry Goldwater's
seat was won by Tempe's Represent-
ative John McCain.
Rockets glare. . .A restored Statue of Liberty celebrates her 100th birthday.
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Curriculum chalngesqwere few but import
Tempe High were few but sig-
nificant in terms of their im-
pact on the students in the new
The major curriculum change
in the year was the addition of
the Army Junior Reserve Offi-
cers Training Corps CJROTCD
classes at the school. Previous-
ly offered only at Marcos de
Niza High School in the Dist-
rict, sufficient interest at Tempe
caused one class to be arranged
using the Marcos faculty. The
program emphasized leader-
ship, self discipline, teamwork
Emphsis in the Home Econ-
omics Department continued to
shift away from the traditional
'housewife' jobs and to move
more toward preparing stud-
ents for a wide variety of roles
in life. Among the new offer-
ings was a Fashion Merchandi-
sing class. Highlighting the
year was a fashion show where
the class worked with local
merchants to organize the pre-
sentation, select clothes design-
ed to make a specific fashion
statement, and to select models
from a large number of student
The Industrial Arts Depart-
ment continued to modernize
with more and more "high tech"
equipment. A stress analyzer
coupled with a computer helped
students to build specially de-
signed bicycles for a District
wide contest. Drafting classes
also called upon the computer
to assist them in quickly chang-
ing designs. The complexity of
modern cars meant auto stud-
ents had to master a myriad of
Students in business classes
were called upon to learn to
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Omore Dana Oehlerich works with ahcomputer. Only a few years ago, the
Bed on design and speed. electric typewriter was the most modern office machine.
It's granite! Juniors Leigh Ann Navarrette and Tasha Paschal and Senior Sara Colli classify rocks in a
science lab. All students were required to take two years of science to graduate from Tempe High.
Except for the fact that this year was the
first year for ten teachers at Tempe High, the
faculty remained relatively stable with few
changes from last year. The new teachers
were generally excited about working at
Tempe. The reason for most of the new teach-
ers was the increase in the number of students.
Mrs. Pat Neathery, who works in attendance,
said, "We had about 300 more students this
year than last. The work was the same. We
just had more of it."
Mr. Jim Murphy, Driver Education teacher,
thought that there was an improvement in the
overall discipline and concern by the students
about their education. He also believed that
Tempe High was better than most other high
schools in the district in that respect.
Ms. Maureen Buffington, Foreign Language
and English teacher, said about the attitude of
her students, "Generally, I found kids this
year were more enthusiastic and conscien-
tious than in past years." She also comment-
ed, "I love my job. Where else can a frustrated
actress have a captive audience?"
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Tempe Police Liaison
Physical Education! Trainer
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Aiming at continuing the excel-
lent level of teaching and learning
in the District, the TUHS Govern-
ing Board emphasized a common
curriculum among the four high
schools and continued teacher im-
provement through in service work-
shops and college courses.
A fifth high school was approved,
named and design and building
were underway at year's end. En-
largement of the District offices
There was, in fact, no major
change. There was only continued
DR. THOMAS PARKER MAR FRANCIS LEWIS
ROBERT KEMPTON VIRGINIA TINSLEY
DR. PHIL COOK JIM PHILLIPS
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sey - 86, 162, 166
ssel - 199
tricone - 223
aleri - 113, 166
'vender - 182
nwlez - 76
a - 56,116,154,182
ter - 92, 166
antes - 182
lrvantes - 101, 155, 156, 201
'nberlain - 113, 157, 166
nampagne - 166
andler - 92
andler - 56, 73, 74, 92, 223
pman - 182
arania - 75, 76, 83, 97, 199
les - 166
huri - 87, 128, 130, 166
vez - 166
vez - 182
herry - 182
stensen - 83, 92
'stensen - 149, 154, 166
stensen - 167
'stensen - 149, 182
stiansen - 20, 83, 219
'stianson - 113, 167
ristianson - 96, 223, 252
toph - 76, 88, 90, 97, 182
ch - 146,167,171,176
h - 224
iciliot - 66, 199
nfuegos - 172
RonalH'Coleman - 19, 76, 90, 95, 97, 121, 130,
131, 224, 262
Tracey Coleman - 27, 80, 81, 199
Art Coles - 86
Sara Colli - 4, 115, 149, 159, 199
Chris Collier - 155, 156, 224, 250
Bill Collins - 167
Heather Collins - 90, 182
John Collins - 224
Ken Collins - 87, 89, 90, 97, 121, 199
Debbie Columbus - 199
Artie Colvin - 199
Brian Colvin - 29, 69, 182
Michelle Comeaux - 3, 88, 89, 90, 91, 101, 199
Tammy Compton - 167
Katie Conant - 167
Scott Conant - 66, 85, 102, 109, 141, 161, 162,
Sophie Conant- 167
Todd Conant -15,19,27,85,108,109, 141, 143,
Karen Conner - 167
Sonny Cononigo - 161, 162
Tony Conquist - 144, 145, 182
Steve Contreras - 199
Babydoll Conway - 182
Desiree Conway - 149
Andrea Cook - 91, 123, 149, 167
Brian Cook - 182
Debbie Cook - 199, 215
Ricarda Cooney - 115
Sonja Cooney - 182
Marie Cooper - 182
Stephanie Coppock - 167
Terry Corbitt - 167
Vic Cordts - 199
Rolando Corella - 199
Jenny Cortez - 167
Felicia Costello - 116, 152, 153, 182
Laura Cota - 199
Sandra Cota - 149, 182
Jackie Court - 199
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olek - 76, 119, 182 Chris Cowles - 88, 89, 90, 225
- 224 Suzette Cowley - 83, 199, 205
lark Colette Cox - L99
Anita Cruz -
Victor Cruz -
K. K. Culler -
Bret Cutler - 9
Chris Dass - 1
Tara Dass - 2
Lisa Davie - 9
Dante Davis -
Janet Davis -Zl
Tanya Davis -
Virgil Davis - l
Mary Day - 96
Varsity 168, 169
Basketball - Boys
Varsity 148, 149, 150
JV 151, 152
Basketball - Girls
Varsity 164, 165
Cross Country - Boys
Boys! Girls State 208
The Buffalo 210, 211
Buffalo Marching Band 216, 217, 218,
Art Club 196
Auto Buffs 195
Black Student Union 194
Cheer 178, 179, 180
Chess Club 199
Drama Club 197
French Club 192
Ronald Ahlrich 266
Glen Alford 121, 190, 266
Vera Alt 277
David Annala 278
Anne Baccasini 277
George Barrientos 266
Greg Battle 277
Renee Beerman 183, 266
Don Benjamin 226
Barbara Bennett 266
Earl Blades 266
Roberta Bookhout 266
Lowell Brown 267
Maureen Buffington 267
Cross Country - Girls
Golf 146, 147
Varsity 158. 159
Boys 132, 133
Girls 134, 135
Concert Band 220
Foreign Exchange 209
German Club 194
Key Club 191
Kings Club 191
Latin Club 192
Letter Club 190
Pep Club 200, 201
Tennis - Boys
Tennis - Girls
Boys 174 175
Girls 172, 173
Varsity 126. 127
Varsity 154, 155
Horizon 212, 213, 214
JV Band 221
Sister City 209
TV Productions 223
Pom Pon 176, 177
Science Club 189
Ski Club 188
Softball Club 188
Spanish Club 193
Student Council 186
Touchdown Club 190
Faculty 8 Administration
Diane Boyd 267
Bob Burkhardt 267
Richard Campbell 267
Yolanda Careaga 277
Ted Carlson 267
Mattie Carpenter 267
J uley Cassell 275
Georgiana Cave 267
Cindy Chavez 275
Bill Childers 267
Charlene Chitwood 277
Clyde Christensen 267
Delores Christensen 267
Curtis Cook 125, 154, 267
Phil Cook 279
Sue Cullumber 129, 268
Mary Bryan Curd 268
Claudia Davis 275
Pamela Davis 268
Theron Davis 277
Betty Deal 275
Gail Deal 187, 268
Janet Deever 268
Danny Dirosa 277
Judy Dutson 268
Diane Eisenheim 268
Ben Elkins 195, 268
Rise Enders 268
Robert Erickson 277
Steve Escalante 277
Adele Ferrini 268
Larry Figueroa 277
A.C. Flanagan 268
Patricia Foley 268
Jim Foster 269
Theresa Froehlich 269
Judy Fullerton 194, 269
Mario Garcia 193, 197, 269
Jim Gentrup 269
Thurman Gilbert 269
Suzanne Goldstein 275
Lillian Gomez 269
Mary Gonzalez 277
William Graham 133, 191, 269
Scott Greenhalgh 160, 269
Gerald Guerrera 277
Betty Joan Hager 275
Gary Hall 269
Leslie Hamilton 144, 269
Carl Harris 269
Nancy Harris 276
Karen Haynes 275
Darby Heath 270
Sara Heiser 270
Kim Hilgers 270
Sandra Hinkle-Tusa 27 0
Derek Hofiland 125, 270
Jeanette Howell 270
Sheila Keene 277
Cathy Kenny 270
Jo Ann Kempton 277
Robert Kempton 279
Maria Kudrzycki 276
Norm Labarge 121, 190, 270
Shirley Lacy 277
Marge Larson 270
Mary Francis Lewis 279
Nancy Lipinski 270
Anders Aannestead 32, 163, 192, 255
Brian Abalutzk 18
Chauntel Abram 32
Clint Acedo 18, 214
Angelica Achey 18, 214
Elias Achey 18, 125
Anthony Acles 32
Brent Acton 46, 195
Karen Adamczyk 66, 112, 100, 188,
Michael Adamczyk 32
David Aden 66, 112, 195, 255
Greg Agan 46, 195
Marirae Agee 66, 112
Mark Madsen 161 271
Chuck Malpede 271
Olas Lunt 270
Dave Maltby 205, 206, 271
Tim McBurney 156, 188, 1 0, 271
Maryeileen McKersie 271
John Melis 271
Dan Miller 7, 271
Harry Mitchell 271
Marianne Mitchell 204, 271
Debra Moore 271
Gary Mossman 271
Jim Murphy 271
Pat Neathery 276
Susan Negley 192, 272
Cari Jo Neimer 272
Chuck Newton 272
Richard Nix 272
Tony Occhiuzzi 158, 272
Linda Oradat 277
Thomas Parker 279
Cathy Pauley 276
John Pauley 147, 272
Peggy Payne 278
Mary Pearce 272
Katie Phalen 272
Min Huu Pham 277
Karen Phares 198, 272
Donna Pisciotta 272
Ron Popko 272
Linda Price 218, 272
Cecil Prior 273
Shannon Radford 123, 157, 273
Jim Rafter 273
Jim Randall 278
Dave Rasley 273
Lucille Reed 273
Manny Reyes 278
Dennis Aquirre 32
Walter Aguiree 46
J eromy Akin
Nicholas Alcock 46, 145
Frances Alday 18
Shannon Aldridge 46, 193, 196
Eric Alexander 46, 59
Kristin Alford 18, 130, 188
Najuma Ali 18, 211, 215
Sekou Ali 32
Drennon Alin 195
Christopher Allen 32
Connie Allen 66, 112, 204
Jason Allen 46
Sharon Rutkoski 273
Frances Rygiel 277
Gerhard Schreue 149, 150, 273
Alana Schrenk 273
Gary Shahan 273
Steve Shively 273
Jackie Smith 273
Karen Soliere 276
Becky Soto 276
Mary Southall 273
Lisa Spresser 274
Clyde Starks 199, 274
Judy Starkston 192, 274
J oye Sterrett 274
Doug Taysom 274
Janet Taysom 276
Virginia Tinsley 279
Richard Torrez 274
J enda Trowbridge 128, 274
Pete Trowbridge 163, 274
Felix Trujillo 277
Richard Trujillo 150, 152, 274
Dora Valenzuela 277
Marilyn Vandemark 274
Jim Vicich 135, 274
Veronica Villa 276
Bertha Vital 277
Barbara Vogelsang 274
Dene Wallace 275
Louise Walsh 277
Steve Walters 275
Barbara Washington 276
Darlene Weddington-Clark 222
Paula Wheat 277
Sheldon Wion 275
Leo Wood 275
Marjorie Wood 277
Dan Zavaleta 275
Sherri Allen 32
Tonya Allen 18
Jacob Alsbrook 32, 222, 245
Barbara Altergott 66, 1 12, 205
Tasha Altheide 32, 160, 215
John Alvarez 32, 152
Rose Amaya 66, 131, 193
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Derek Anderson 18
Anthony Anderson 46
Drew Anderson 150, 190
Russell Anderson 32
Shaun Andreas 18 125
Trisha Andreas 18, 139
Michael Angulo 46, 196
Melanie Ankeney 66, 102, 112
Nicole Apodaca 46, 135
William Appeldorn 32
David Arbizu 32
Thomas Ardwin 66
Sammy Armijo 32
Jarrod Armstead 18
Ty Armstead 124, 125, 254
J owel Armstrong
Robbie Arnold 18, 214
Stephanie Arnold 32, 34
John Arthurs 18
Julie Arthurs 67, 112, 179, 222
Rabe Arthurs 217
Staci Ault 67 , 112
Cynthia Aungst 46
John Austin 32
Lionel Austin 67, 112
Keith Auzenne 112, 190
Kristie Avina 46, 62
Rudy Ayala 18
Lon Ayers 32
Carmelita Babb 67, 112, 207, 211
Amy Backes 192
Vidula Bal 46
Jack Baldwin Marlene Ball 32
Teri Ballard 46
Tina Ballard 32
Arturo Ballesterous 18, 221
Maryann Ballesterous 46, 160
Christopher Ballow 18
Cid Barajas 207
David Barba 67, 192, 193, 197,
Racheal Barke 46, 216
Cynthia Barker 67 , 211, 205
Russell Barnes 46, 197
David Barnett 32, 255
Kyle Barnett 67 , 112
Daniel Barnhart 18, 199
Paul Barnum 67, 112, 195
Michelle Barrett 67
Michelle Barron 32
Danyell Barrs 46
Yul Barrs 32, 150,231
Phillip Barton 67, 112
Cassandra Bass 41, 194, 255
Michelle Bassett 13, 32, 33
Deborah Bastin 18, 197
Janet Batt 46
Steven Batt 32, 221
Thomas Bauer 46
Wallace Baugh 18
Bradley Baughman 18, 124, 125
Lauralyn Beattie 18, 211, 222
Jill Beatty 32, 131, 181, 214
Kenneth Beckman 67, 156
Paul Bedewi 32,212, 214
Tracy Beeching 32
Shelley Beeson 46
Carlos Bejarano 18
Edwin Bell 18, 199, 215
Joy Bell 46, 130, 131, 199, 217, 22
John Benit 18
Marcus Benitez 18, 221
Tyrone Bennett 18
Veronica Bentley 46, 160
Katherine Benton 18, 144, 188, 192,
Yvonne Bergudo 67
Tami Bernard 46
Lawerence Bernestine 32
Johnathon Berry 68, 112, 121, 190
Sharon Berry 18, 192, 222
Lacey Bertelsen 32
William Bertelsen 47
Vince Bertelsen 13, 187, 156
Brian Bertrand 18, 157
Alice Bess 207
Melodie Bess 47
Ritho Bess 47
Sheronda Bess 68, 1 12, 139, 204, 245
Reed Bessert 18
Jesse Bier 18
Twoi Bigbee 32, 40, 180, 194
Matthew Billingsley 47, 121, 190
Daniel Bingham 18, 221
Andria Birchard 32
Melissa Bird 47
Robyn Birkholz 68, 112 206
Tommy Birt 47, 195
Carol Bishton 32, 197
Stephanie Bishton 18, 221
Gary Bitters 32
Jay Erik Bixby 32
Mark Bjorem 62, 112, 190
James Black 68
Jerry Black 47
Toland Black 123, 151, 152
Jim Blackmore 68
Trinity Blackwell 18
Travis Blaker 32
Dru Blanc 68, 112, 192, 198,199,215
Todd Blanc 18, 192, 216, 220
Ari Blankstein 18, 145
Preston Blanton 18
Jenifer Bleak 32
Lisa Blier 47, 62, 177
Rhonda Blier 33, 138, 139, 160
Terry Blila 68, 195
Coleen Bliss 18, 212, 214
Pat Bliss 68, 112
Leah Blum 33, 192
Russell Bocks 33
Elizabeth Boettcher 68, 111, 215
Theresa Boettcher 47
Lisa Bohn 18, 129, 192
Daniel Bonow 47, 133
Jinelle Borders 68, 112
Tammy Borders 33
Deana Boucher 47
Dori Bowers 68, 101, 107, 108 112,
160, 181, 200, 234
Dorinda Bowers 33
Annika Bowie 47
Chris Bown 19
Sherri Bowser 47, 48, 188, 213, 214
Danae Boyd 19, 214
Adella Bracken 69, 104, 112, 205,
Anita Bracken 47
Julie Brada 19, 211
Alan Bradley 19, 216, 220
Luis Bradley 19
Peter Bradley 33
Jeffery Bradshaw 33
Lisa Brant 69, 207
Tina Brent 33, 128
Christopher Brewster 19
Steven Briggs 69
Cathy Bringsplenty 33
Michael Brock 33, 192, 221
Cynthia Brooks 33
Julia Brooks 47
Damon Brown 19, 153
Ebony Brown 19
Jeanne Brown 33, 216, 220
Jennifer Brown 19, 192
Larry Brown 33
Rhonda Brown 69, 112
Joey Brugh 69
Robert Brugh 47
Melody Bruguier 19, 222
Glenn Bryant 69, 112, 217, 220
Marc Buchanan 47
Kim Chou Bui 47
Monique Bui 199
Ngoc Bui 69, 112
Lori Buie 19, 161, 188
Dawn Buley 144
Robin Bumpass 19
Sherry Bumpass 69, 112
Michael Burch 69
Jenny Burdick 19, 213, 214
Christina Buri 33, 222
Jennifer Buri 47
Derek Burks 33, 147
Dawn Burley 19
Chris Burns 47, 136, 194
Shereen Burns 70, 112, 176, 177,
Tracie Burton 47, 160
David Bushman 70, 112, 199, 216
John Bushman 33
Kevin Butler 70, 112, 216, 219, 220
Michael Button 33
Angela Byers 46, 47
Nichole Byers 19
Candice Byrd 70
Tia Byrd 70, 112, 204
John Calciano 112
Tim Calder 33, 194
Christel Calvin 19, 139
John Cambell 33
Keith Cambell 47, 150, 190
Marisol Canchola 19, 216, 220, 229
Sonny Cannaigon 7
Jeannette Cannon 47, 216
Suan Canterbury 70, 112, 206
Crishelle Cantley 33
Bryan Carbajal 19
Joanne Carfagna 48
Lani Carfagna 70, 261
Curtis Carolina 48
Corena Carpenter 19, 135, 213, 214
Michael Carr 221
Steve Carr 19, 124, 125
Gilbert Carranza 33
Gina Carranza 19
Ralph Carranza 156, 193, 216, 220
William Carrasco 5, 64, 70, 105, 112,
179, 192, 198, 199, 229, 232
Donal Carroll 33
Carol Carter 19, 221
Lemuel Carter III 19
Sean Cartwright 207
Timothy Caserta 195
Deana Casey 70, 112, 199, 204
Jeffrey Casey 33, 137, 194
Sonny Cassel 70, 112, 232
Jennifer Cavender 48
Julie Celaya 48, 127, 160, 182
Tracy Celaya 19, 180
Ericka Center 33, 222
Randy Cervantes 112, 191, 211
Adrian Chafiins 19, 124, 125
Paul Chamberlain 33
Bobbie Champagne 33
James Chandler 48, 222
Shaelin Charania 70, 112, 192, 196,
Jennifer Charles 19
Scott Charles 33
Barbara Chase 48
Jon Chaudhuri 33, 194, 199
Nathan Chavez 19, 125, 157
Rebecca Chavez 33, 193
Chester Cheatham,Jr 19
Michelle Cherry 48, 196
Elizabeth Chilimidos 19
Alexander Chin 48
Su Cho 33, 192, 196
Dolores Christensen 206
John Christensen 221
Mary Christensen 33, 206, 222
Rebecca Christensen 33, 160
Sheila Christensen 48, 158
John Christianson 19, 153
Shane Christianson 33, 123
Julie Christoph 48, 189, 193, 198, 199,
Angela Chupp 19
Christina Ciciliot 70, 112
Beatrice Cienfuegos 19
Jennifer Ciolek 48, 130, 192, 198, 199
Brenda Clark 19
Daniel Clark 48, 192, 197, 244
Elizabeth Clark 48
Karen Clark 71, 112, 194, 255
Trisha Clark 71, 112, 181, 207, 215
Mary Clayton 71, 112, 216, 220
Edward Coburn 48
Dustin Cochran 33
La Shawn Colbert 19
Taura Colbert 48
Brian Coleman 33
Lashawnna Coleman 48
Marta Coleman 33, 130, 177
Tracy Coleman 71, 106, 112, 177, 236
Arthur Coles 48, 194
April Collay l
Heather Colletto 19, 23
Sara Colli 71, 127, 227, 263
Beth Collins 33, 160
Bill Collins 33, 133
Heather Collins 48, 247
Kenneth Collins 71, 107, 112, 132,
Lori Collins 19
Debbie Columbus 71, 112, 205
Mark Colvin 48
Blain Comeaux 20, 124, 125, 221
Michelle Comeaux 71, 112, 210, 211,
216, 218, 219, 220
Billy Comstock 194, 255
Katie Conant 33
Sophie Conant 33
Marisol Conchola 16
Karen Conner 33, 41, 255
Anthony Conquist 48
Sue Contebury 128
Steve Contreras 71
Suzanne Contreras 20
Mike Conway 20, 124, 125
Andrea Cook 30, 33, 135, 160, 188, 229
Deborah Cook 71, 196
Jon Cook 20
Desiree Corbin 34
Victorio Cordts 71, 112
Rolando Corella 71
Michael Corriere 20
Felicia Costello 48, 63, 188, 190
Laura Cota 74, 112, 205
Sandra Cota 48
Todd Couch 20
Jacqueline Court 74, 112, 207
James Court 48
Suzette Cowley 64, 74, 112, 188, 196,
Colette Cox 74, 112, 204, 263
Donald Cox 34, 122, 123
Marissa Cox 20, 129
Pippa Cox 20, 193
Jennifer Craft 20, 222
Flint Craig 5, 64, 74, 112, 136, 191,
Monica Craig 34, 41, 194
Bill Craigo 20, 199
Rick Cramer 5, 30, 216, 220
David Crammer 74
Heather Cranwell 74, 112
Cynthia Creel 74, 112, 193, 196
Donald Creel 20
Rick Creimer 255
Monica Creig 255
Sarah Cronin 48
Keeny Cross 20
Whitford Cross 34
Edwar ruz 20
Francie Cunningham 214
Sheila Cunningham 20
Michael Curtice 20
Anthony Cutler 49
Bret Cutler 222
Ronda Daggett 49, 196, 216, 220
Christopher Dahl 20
James Dahlstrom 20
Thomas Dahlstrom 34
Latoya Dancy 20, 129, 161
Angel Daniel 207
Julie Daniels 74, 112, 205
Robert Dansby 49
Natasha Darden 49, 222
Marsha Dare 74, 113, 198
Tara Dass 113, 192, 194, 199
Rene Daughtry 20, 221
Shani Daughtry 20
David Davidson 34, 123
Lisa Davie 74, 113, 205
Brenda Davis 20, 25, 144
Brooke Davis 49, 192, 197, 198
Dante Davis 49, 217, 220
Dewarn Davis 34
Elizabeth Davis 74, 102, 113
George Davis 34, 123
Janet Davis 75, 97, 177
Kathy Davis 34
Kevin Davis 34
Machelle Davis 34, 128, 181
Tammy Davis 34
Tanya Davis 34
Theron Davis 20
Virgil Davis 34
Wendy Debano 49, 194, 198, 199, 215
Daanon Decock 49, 192, 197
Anthony Dedios 75, 113
Dana Defoe 75, 113, 181, 204
Franc Del Fosse 20
Yolanda Delavega 34
Carisa Delfosse 75, 113, 214
Jennifer Demaine 34
Tracy Denenberg 75, 113, 199
Eric Denney 75, 113
Frank Desanna 49
Jimmy Desmith 49
Kristen Desnoyer 34, 216
Julie Dewitt 49
Brian Diaz 20
Jerry Diaz 195
Doug Dibbern 34, 198
Kristan Dibbern 75, 113, 198, 199
Joseph Dibble 20
Christopher Dicken 75, 113, 192
Dean Dicken 20
Joanne Dickman 49
Susan Ditsworth 76, 113, 199
Chenita Dix 20, 194, 245
Doug Dixie 20, 137
Judith Dixie 34
Sean Dixon 34, 211
Khoa Do 113
David Dodge 34
Sarah Doe 222
Andrew Doekes 34
Ruben Dominguez 49
Omar Dominquez 49
Jack Donahoe 49, 199
Traci Donahoe 34
Susan Donnells 34
Patrick Donovon 49
Steven Douglas 20, 124, 125, 153
Kimberly Douglass 34, 128
Tod Dovi 76
Michael Dowhie 9, 49, 121, 190
Heather Drake 49, 199 Scott Draper
Chandra Drennen 214
Patricia Driscoll 20
Jason Duckwall 34
Kelcey Duerst 49
Kirstie Dukepoo 76, 113
Kimberly Dukes 193, 206
Dana Dunlap 34
Mark Duplissis 49, 63, 191, 192
Steven Duplissis 34, 193
Vicki Duran 76, 113
Tara Dyer 214
Michael Dyll 34, 147
Tracy Dyll 20, 180
Buddy Early 34, 196, 211, 214
Matthew Edmondson 49, 193
Cindy Edwards 47, 49
Barbie Eggleston 20
Tom Eich 20
Gregg Elkin 76
Jason Elliott 20
Laura Ellis 34
Shana Ellis 50
Michael Elsberry 34
Jennifer Emminger 34, 36
Tracy Engelby 50, 128, 160
Jennifer Engelen 20
Stacey Ennefer 50
Susan Ensworth 76, 113, 207
Jonah Firestone 21, 145
Kristin Fischer 76
Richard Fish 35
Brian Fisher 21, 152
Kristin Fisher 113
Richard Fisher 21
Mary Fitchie 76, 207
Jerry Fitzpatrick 35
John Flannery 50
Daniel Fletcher 35
Angela Flick 76
David Flick 21, 145
Bruce Flood 21, 147
Carla Flores 77
Hope Flores 12, 135
Julie Eppinger 34 Michael Flores 35, 163 . I
Vincent Ervin 156 Y' ' -pusy '
Antoinette Escalante 128, 158, 159,
Mercy Escalante 20
Greg Escandon 50
Caroline Esparza 76
Patrick Esparza 20, 125, 157, 231
Jose Estrada 123, 195
Lori Estrada 34
Mario Estrada 20, 124, 125, 157
Ellie Evans 75, 76, 113, 196
Linda Evans 50, 196, 229
enee Fader 50, 193
hun Fan 76, 113, 199
hen Fan 50, 199
lbert Fanniel 261
anya Farber 192
ngel Farley 34
ade Farnsworth 21, 125
ames Faulkner 21
odi Fedorchak 50
erri Fedorchak 135
nnette Fergusson 34
laine Fernandez 34
on Ferris 50, 121, 190
nthony Fetz 50
ark Fielder 50
aime Figueroa 35
homas Finlay 35, 214
Christine Follett 35, 135, 192, 216
Kenneth Follett 50, 133
Stacy Ford 21,
Steven Ford 50, 57, 150, 190
Jana Forister 77, 113, 191, 210, 211
Chinesa Forshee 21
Robert Forshee 156
Tosha Foshie 77, 113, 200, 211
Steven Fox 35, 146, 147
Mark Frantzke 77, 113
Bobbye Fraser 50, 188, 242. 243
Franchelle Frazier 50, 194
Kerri Frazier .
Tamara Freand 77
Paul Frederick 77, 97, 234, 191, 196
Eric French 77
Valerie Frescholtz 35, 191, 217, 255,
Duane Frey 21
Georgia Friedrich 21
Danny Frost 21
Julie Fuller 35
Gaylord Gaines 221
Daren Galindez 21, 133
Dennis Gallagher 35, 123
Katy Gallagher 85, 213, 214
Kelly Gallagher 128
Michael Gallagher 50
Kimberly Gallegos 35
Shelley Galloway 50
Kristina Gambill 35
Cindy Gamboa 35
Ralph Gamboa 35
Raymond Gamboa 50, 255
Angel Garcia 21
Connie Garcia 35, 193
Daniel Garcia 77 , 195
Frank Garcia 50
Leonora Garcia 21
Lisa Garcia 113, 207
Monica Garcia 35
Ramona Garcia 77
Shane Gardner 50, 217 , 220
Angela Garduno 77, 105, 113
158, 188, 190, 212, 214
Rose Garland 35
Katrina Gary 50, 188, 190
Lori Gatlin 222
Roy Gatlin 21
Heath Geerson 35
Barbara Geller 21, 212, 214
Jeffrey Genant 150
Allen Gerace 50
Steve Gettman 35
Karen Giacobbi 35, 216, 220
Dina Giacoletti 50, 188, 196
Christine Gibson 50, 192, 211
Heidi Gier 21
Patrick Gleason 21, 26
Marni Glenn 77, 110, 113, 190 212
Brett Goff 50
Melissa Goff 77, 113, 190, 212 214
Celia Golden 51, 211
Julie Goldstein 196
Sean Goldstein 35, 222
Regina Golleher 51
Jerry Gollubier 21, 187
Julie Gomez 113
Michelle Gomez 6, 78, 196
Angelica Gonzalez 78, 113
Helicia Gonzalez 204
Vanessa Gonzales 16, 21, 180
Margo Goudeau 35
Robert Gowans 51
Brandon Grantham 78, 106, 113,
Jesse Graves 51
Alan Grawien 21
Tanya Gray 34, 35
Randy Green 35, 151, 152
Robert Greenan 78, 118, 199
Pete Greenman 21
Christy Griffin 188
Elmo Griffin 51
Shad Griffin 5, 64, 78, 98, 113, 188
191, 199, 299
Sheli Griffin 35
Aaron Grim 21
Steve Grim 21
Keisha Grimes 21, 214
Donald Grimsleyg78, 118
Melissa Grischkowsky 51, 134, 135
Shawn Groves 51, 196
Rachael Gundy 21, 144, 250
Ricky Gurule 78, 113
Victoria Gurule 35
Thomas Gustafson 51, 136, 188
Joe Guzman 21
Diem Ha 35, 192
Matthew Haapala 35
Anthony Hadley 78, 113
Erin Haefer 35, 193, 215
Wendy Halbert 51
Kevin Hall 35, 192
Michael Hall 78, 113
Emilie Halladay 51
Jay Hamm 78, 255
Kelly Hamm 21
Michelle Hamm 35
Tami Hammond 51, 181
Stephen Hancock 35, 222
Juliann Hardy 35, 51, 135
Wayne Hardy 78, 79, 106, 204
Connie Harker 78, 79, 113
Lacy Harkins 19, 21, 192, 215
Ray Harlow 21
James Harrington 35
David Harris 21, 153
Marshall Harshman 21
Shawn Hartley 35
Brian Hatch 78, 79, 118, 162, 163
Derek Hatch 21
Gary Hauwert 51
Ron Hauwert 21
Daniel Haver 51, 121, 154, 155
Tina Hayes 78, 79, 204
Teri Hayward 78, 79, 113, 207
Edward Helland 35
Matthew Helmstadter 35, 217, 220
Dionne Henderson 55
Charles Hendrix 35, 42
Tina Hendrix 222
Geoffrey Hennings 78, 79, 118
Carole Hennix 21
Sharon Hensley 51
David Henson 78, 79, 118, 195
John Henson 123, 156
Heather Herald 78, 79, 113,192, 198,
Delbert Herald III 21, 192
Anthony Hernandez 21
Armando Hernandez 113, 121, 154,
Betty Hernandez 36
Carlos Hernandez 21
Cindy Hernandez 21
Gabe Hernandez 21
Gina Hernandez 204
Ignacio Hernandez 36
Jeanette Hernandez 222
Mario A. Hernandez 36, 123, 156
Mario C. Hernandez 86, 123, 156
Nacho Hernandez 123
Peter Hernandez 22
Sally Hernandez 22
Virginia Hernandez 78, 79, 118
Andrew Hershberger 78, 79, 147,
Michelle Heywood 36
Brandi Hicks 22
Derek Hicks 36
Layle Hicks 78, 79
Lina Hicks 36
Sue Hicks 22
Eric Higgins 36
Michael Higgins 113, 217, 219, 220
David Higham 36
Heather Hight 86
Celei Hill 22, 180
Stephanie Hill 36
T.J. Hill 78, 79, 118
Tonya Hinkle 36
Mary Hisle 22, 191, 217, 247
Melissa Hochstedler 22, 222
Jennifer Hochstrasser 36, 191,
Etta hodge 51
William Hodge 22
John Hodges 22, 253
Scott Hodges 22, 138
Pamela Hoeborn 80, 113, 205
Jessica Hoffman 22, 130
Kirk Hoffman 80, 113, 188, 191
Charles Hofmann 51, 163
Jessica Hofmann 22, 130
Zachary Hogan 86
Travis Holland 66, 80, 95, 98, 113
121, 190, 195
Odid Holloway 80
Lara Holt 62, so, 109, 110, 118, 176
177, 188, 199
Nichelle Holt 80
Ryan Honyaktewa 22
Enice Hooks 36, 123, 214
Jane Horey 177
Eric Horne 86
Shelly Horton 80, 113
Todd Houck 63, 120, 121
Irene Hovey 22, 129, 161
Jane Hovey 51, 176, 215
Kimberly Howe 36
Tamara Hoyle 36
Josephine Hudak 22, 25, 129, 161
Mike Huddleston 22, 125, 157, 254
Robert Hudson 22
Mari Huerta 36
Ray Huerta51, 123, 156
Todd Huey 36, 222
Billy Huff Jr.
Craig Hughes 80, 254
Scott Hughes 22
Alfred Huizar 51, 152
Mike Hunt 188
Corey Hunter 36
Richard Hussey 22, 157
Andy Hust 22
Bodick Huston 188
Patrick Huston 80, 113, 214
Ngoc Suong Huynh
John Hyatt 197
Kenneth Hyde 22
Tami Hyde 80, 113
Craig Idso 51, 163
Keith Idso 9, 80, 103, 113, 163
Darla Imhoff 80, 98, 104
Brian Ingersoll 36, 163
Arotonka Isaac 22, 125
Lori Iverson 81, 113, 205
Derek Jackson 36
Diane Jackson 63
Dyanne Jackson 51, 127
Elisha Jackson 22, 193, 206
John Jackson 36
Kevin Jackson 36, 122, 123
Kimberly Jackson 36, 181, 214
Mindy Jackson 22
Sharnell Jackson 51
Tammy Jackson 81, 113, 207
Jeremy Jacobs 22
Lisa Jacobs 32, 36
Michael Jacques 22, 125
Theresa J acubetz 36
Antoinette James 1 13, 207
Danny James 36
Toni James 181
Eddie Jamison 196
John Jamison 81
Douglas Janes 22, 145
Edward Janes 51, 188
Gary J antz 22, 221
Conni J anway
Maritza Jara 78, 81, 113
Eddie J aramillo 22
Lewis Jarrett 22
Linda J askowski 36, 180
Steve J askowski 51, 195
Isela J auregui 22, 221
Justin J aurigui 81
Amy Jeffery 36, 135
Douglas Jennings 81, 113, 199
David Jensen 187
Jennifer Jensen 22, 129
Paul Jenson 51
Angela Jimenez 22
Irlena John 52
Carmen Johnson 22
Carolyn Johnson 22
Carrie Johnson 52
Christopher Johnson 22
Chuck Johnson 22, 188, 253
Deborah Johnson 81
Dwight Johnson 99, 113, 120, 121,
183, 190, 191, 227
J acory Johnson
Jamie Johnson 22
Jennifer Johnson 81, 105, 113
Lisa Johnson 81, 113, 163
Rachel Johnson 52, 193
Richard Johnson 22, 222
Robert Johnson 23
Shannon Johnson 23
Steve Johnson 36
Tom Johnson 23, 153, 217, 220
William Johnson 52
Deborah Johnston 114, 187, 212,
Carolyn Jones 52
David Jones 23
Derek Jones 36
Fred Jones 114, 190
Porsha Jones 23, 223
Tara Jones 52, 63
Tawni Jones 23, 52
Scott Jordan 119, 121, 154, 190
Toye Jordon 36, 187
Wade Jordon 23
Sharla Joy 114
Mark J oya 52
Jaime Joyce 36
Bethann Judd 36
Lorraine J urdo 23
Julie Justice 52
Michael Kacques 23
Steve Kafton 23
Eric Kallstedt 23, 214
Nicholas Kanios 52, 196
Yolanda Kast 81
Darren Kaye 28, 262
Mike Kearney 36, 132, 133, 194
Karen Keith 52
Christa Keithley 23
Christopher Kelley 36, 163
Kimberly Kelley 23, 131
Mike Kelley 23, 211
Daniel Kelly 23
Richard Kelly 23
Stacy Kemp 52
James Kemple 36
Brenda Kempton 37, 39
Bryant Kennedy 37, 151, 152
Vicki Kennedy 52, 58, 178, 179,
Lisa Kennemer 81, 114, 181
Seng Keoviengsay 37
James Kerr 37, 137
Richard Kerr 82, 114, 136, 199, 232
Kina Kessel 23, 247
Gail Kessler 23, 217, 220
Raymond Kettel 37
John Kidwell 52
Matt Killeen 23, 163
La Tassia Kinard
Lisa Kinder 23, 144
Sherri Kinder 52, 261
Adrian Kindred 23, 145
Lester Kindt 23
Steven Kindt 37
Deanna King 52
Philip King 52, 222
Tanishya King 214
Tracy King 37, 128, 160
Renea Kinley 52
Masayuki Kinoshita 52
Toby Kins 23
Victoria Kinsley 37
Chad Kirby 23, 157
Jason Kirby 52, 121, 154, 190
Carlos Kirksey 52
Paul Kittrick 52
Ron Kitts 52, 54
Tammy Knoll 37, 193
Debra Knudsen 52
Matt Knutson 114, 154, 195
Helena Kokaliares 37, 158, 215
Mindi Kolasinski 23
Dana Kostuck 23
David Krammer 23
Holly Krecklow 82, 114, 215, 242,
243, 261 e
Chris Kriebel 53
Susan Kriebel 23
Kelley Kropp 53, 177
Karl Krum 53, 123, 154
Lynn Kumelski 82, 114, 213, 214,
Mike Kumelski 23, 188, 253
Andrew Kusche 82, 114, 188, 195
Benjamin Laforce Jr.
Lias Lamborn 23
Pamela Lane 53
Tony Lane 156
Earl Langenberg 37
Jennifer Langlois 23, 221
Scott Lanquist 23, 194, 247
Natasha Larimer 82, 114, 192, 198,
Gordon Larkham 23, 221
Michael Larson 53
'Gregory Laszakovits 23, 145
Christopher Latam 6, 82
Jeremy Latam 23
Andy Lathrop 37, 216, 219, 220, 255
Shannon Laugen 23, 213, 214
Dawn Law 23, 221
Hinh Le 82, 114, 192
Glen Leach 53
Larry Leach 82, 255, 262
William Leadbetter 53
Bobby Leanio 23
Carmen Leanio 53
Brian Leduc 37
Sean Leduc 21, 24
Kristine Lee 82, 114
Rhoda. Lee 37, 251
Valerie Lee 251
Yong-J un Lee
Cara Lehmann 37
Lee Lemons 24
Thanh Duy Lenguyen
Thruong Duy Lenguyen 82, 192,
Elise Lennon 114
Monica Leon 19, 24, 212, 214, 221
Stephanie Leonard 10, 44, 53, 192,
199, 215, 229
Bryan Lesko 53, 217, 219, 220
Christina Lessard 53
Justin Levenstein 199
Erin Lewis 53
Garrett Lewis 24, 145
J evon Lewis 24
Reginald Lewis 82
Venessa Lewis 53, 194
Scott Liles 37, 156
Travis Lindberg 24
Larson Lindholm 37, 163
Jessica Lindley 37, 43
Christina Lindsey 24
June Lindsey 24
Deena Lipinski 37, 176, 177
Jill Lipinski 53, 62, 192, 199, 216, 220
Bishop Lister 82
Jay Lister 101, 114, 119, 121, 150,
Nate Little 9, 83, 114, 195
Robert Little 83, 110
Jake Logan 24, 153
Lorie Long 114
Rebecca Long 24
Anne Longtin 37, 153
Scott Lonquist 157 '
Tony Lonquist 156
Lori Lopez 53, 199
Ricky Lorenzo 9, 53, 123, 163
Michelle Loucks 83, 114
Jeff Love 83
Laura Loverde 53
Justin Lowenstein 24
Jessica Lowenthal 24, 222
Mark Lowery 53
Joe Lumaitre 24
Melissa Luna 53
Trent Lynch 83
Matthew Lyons 83, 114, 133, 187
Racheal Mabrey 24
Blaiane MacCawley 193
Shelly MacDonald 37
Kwabene Mack 24, 125
Rebecca MacKinnon 83, 114
Moira MacLean 83, 114
John Madsen 163
Michelle Madsen 37
Jason Madvig 37, 163
Jason Mahoney 252
Jim Mahoney 83, 114
Glenda Mahurin 53
Lisa Mainieri 24, 144,
Robert Mainieri 53, 133, 217
Althea Makil 53
Chris Makil 24
Kathy Mallet 37
Leanna Malone 37, 127
Devonda Manghane 53
Robert Mangini 53, 146,
Geno Mangino 37
Robert Manning 24
Benjamin Marcus 53
Chris Mares 37 -
Yvonne Marquez 83
Irene Marsh 53
Warren Marsh 37
Jennifer Martin 83
Lawerence Martin 84
147, 148, 15
Michelle Martin 37, 160, 181
Steve Martin 163
Tina Martin 37
Andres Marinez 24
Andy Martinez 217, 220
Arlene Martinez 37, 191, 217
Danny Martinez 37, 38, 123
Joann Martinez 24, 214
Joanna Martinez 37
Julie Martinez 37
Pete Martinez 24, 125
Shane Martinez 37, 214
Yvonne Martinez 84
Catherine Masiello 54
Christopher Masiello 24
John Mason 84, 114, 163, 231
Corey Massa 37
John Matheson 54, 152, 190, 199
Blaine Mathison 24, 187
David Mattson 54, 223
Micheal Maupin 37
Jason Maverick 188
Richard Mavis 24, 125, 157
Sally May 84, 114, 181
Susan May 84, 114, 181
Wayne McBride 54
Blaine McCauley 84, 114, 197
William McClory 24
Chris McClure 24
Neil McConhay 37
Tina McConhay 24, 206
Melissa McCorkle 37
J aunett McCormack 54, 179, 236
Shannon McCormack 180
Kelly McCray 38, 192, 180
Jeff McDonald 24, 125
Thomas McDonald 38
Huston McFarland, Jr.
Karen McFarland 38
Shane McGinnis 37, 38, 182, 217, 220,
Richard McGlasson 38, 123
Jacque McGoldrick 84, 114
Angie McGraw 24, 135
Ty McGraw 84, 162, 163
Cindy McKay 216, 220
Lucinda McKay 38
Glen McKenzie 24
Margaret McKenzie 54, 194
Brett McKinnon 54
Rebecca McKinnon 192, 199
Ty McLean 24
Terry McPherson 24
Elaine McReynolds 24
Jamie McRoy 24, 129
Renee McTier 54
Marci McVaugh 24, 216
Paula McWhirter 84, 114, 199, 222
James Meador 24
Chris Meadows 149, 150, 190
Jeff Meadows 24, 152
Deborah Mecholsky 24
Regina Medina 84, 114, 215
Shawn Medina 54
Launa Meeks 54
Theresa Megee 24
Carmela Mendez 38, 217
Loretta Mendez 84, 114, 217
Andres Mendoza 25
Andy Mendoze 125
Bernadette Mendoza 38
Coleen Mendoza 25
Margarita Mendoza 25
Steve Mendoza 9, 38, 123
Robert Mercier 84
Samara Meyers 38, 138, 139
Bradley Meyers 38, 216, 220, 221
Elaine Michaud 85
Nathan Miechle 38
Blakely Miller 85, 114, 215, 243
Carina Miller 25
Michelle Miller 25
Rhonda Miller 85
Stephanie Miller 54
Cy Milligan 25, 214, 253
Daniel Mills 25, 222
Bernadette Miranda 25, 161
Denise Miranda 38
Jeff Mirocha 54
Lopa Misra 54, 193
J acquie Mitchell 25, 221
Jason Mohney 25, 125
Eleanor Moloney 25
Dominic Monacchio 54, 123
Raul Monreal 38, 123, 216
Sonnet Monson 38
Ann Montanez 54
Buddy Montanez 25
Mark Montenegro 54, 193
Chris Mooney 85, 114
Melani Mooney 25, 180
Kimberly Moore 85
Kristina Moore 38, 135
Michelle Moore 85, 114, 130, 131
Angelica Morales 25, 206
Kenia Morales 25
Kimberly More 114
Camille Morean 38
Jenn Morehart 85, 114, 199, 215,243
Janette Moreno 30, 38
Mike Moreno 156
Jeremy Morris 25
Julia Morrow 54
Stephanie Morrow 25
Matthew Morton 54, 195
Michael Mosley 53, 121, 190
Jerome Moss 25, 125
Nellie Mullins 38
Hui Mun 85, 114, 192
Kris Mun 54, 177, 215, 242, 243,
Brian Munroe 54
Linda Murillo 251
Jennifer Murray 85
Sandra Murray 54, 186, 191, 192, 199
Christine Myers 38, 39
Skye Myers 25, 161
Kellie Myrow 38, 139 222
Stacy Nakamura 54, 146, 147
Jamie Natividad 38
Virginia Natseway 38
Leigh Navarrette 54, 61, 160, 177, 263
Valerie Navarrette 30, 38, 43, 160, 178,
Curtis Neal 38
Eric Neal 54, 121, 182
Daniel Needham 54, 195
Buffy Nelson 38, 216, 220
Chris Nelson 255
Elizabeth Nelson 55
Gina Nelson 85
Kim Nelson 55
Robin Nelson 85, 212, 214
Souky Ner 25, 192
Troy Nesbitt 163
Kimber Neuffer 85, 207
Jim Newman 25
Thomas Newman 55
William Newman 86, 154, 155
Letish Newton 86
Sean Newton 25, 125, 196, 215
Tomasa Newton 38
Khuong Ngo 86, 114
Kwon Van Ngo 207
Ai Hoang Nguyen 55
Truong Duy Nguyen 114
Vu H Nguyen 86
Nicole Nichols 55
Pam Nielsen 25
Jeff Nienaber 86
Donna Nolan 86
Gabriel Noriega 25
Rozanne Norris 55, 160
Antoine Norrise 55, 196
Maurice Norrise 55
Tracy Northcutt 55, 62, 177
Marlena Numkena 86, 114
Johnny Nunez 25, 125, 254
Rina Dee Nunez 246
John Nunn 25
Carrie Obrien55, 127, 158, 188, 190,
Darla Ockey 25, 217, 220
Duane Ockey 86
Tamara Odell 55, 58
Dana Oehlerich 38, 263
Brian Okvath 25, 187
Keith Olbricht 86, 114, 191, 210, 211
Richard Oliphant 55
Ashli Oliver 25, 222
Robert Oliver 86, 101,102,121, 190,
Julia Oliveri 86
Greta Olson 106, 114, 135
Karen Olson 25, 128, 161
Steven Olson 25
Oonk Russell 5, 103, 147, 186, 191,
Kolbie Openshaw 101, 186
Elena Oradat 55, 251
Elizabeth Ordat 25, 161
Kenneth Orman 5, 9, 107, 108, 114
179, 186, 191, 200, 227, 232, 244
Alex Ortiz 55
Andrew Ortiz 64,104,114,191,193
Gary Ostendorf 66, 121, 154, 182,
183, 188, 190, 199, 208
Larry Ostendorf 25, 124, 125, 153
Kristina Otterstedt 181, 204
Teresa Overbey 38, 191, 193, 216
Rio Owen 88
Kendra Owens 38, 177
Latonia Owens 25, 191, 217, 221
Ernest Pacheco 55
Salia Pack 25
Tony Padilla 38
Barbara Palais 55, 138, 139, 199
Daphne Pallas 88, 114, 237
Matthew Pallas 55
Delano Palmer 25, 221
Marilyn Palmer 38
Valerie Paredes 131, 223, 246
Jeffrey Parke 114
Christopher Parker 38
Renee Parkhurst 88, 99, 114, 207
Damian Parkinson 55
Jeffrey Parks 88
Marcia Paschal 55
Tasha Paschal 190, 263
Troy Patterson 25
James Pauley 38, 146, 147, 192
Joanna Pawlak 88
Julie Payne 88, 114, 198
Thomas Payne 55, 194
Lyana Pearson 25
Elisabeth Pence 88, 114, 211
Dawna Penrose 25, 211, 222
Larry Penrose 38
Cynthia Peralta 55, 199
Christopher Perea 25
Cassandra Perez 26
Manuel Perez 38
Richard Perez 88
Samara Perfect 56
Shane Perfect 38
Jason Pergakis 56
William Perling 88
Tim Perry 196
Wendy Persely 19, 26, 213
Johnathan Peshlakai 39
Christine Peter 26, 216, 220
Cindy Petterson 88, 114, 196, 232,
Ian Pettycrew 39
Duc Pham 39
Minh T Pham 88, 114
Ray Phillips 88
Brian Pickrell 56
Missy Pierce 56, 63, 210, 211
Polly Pinder 56, 177, 196
Santos Pineda 26, 221
Debby Pinter 89, 100, 108, 109, 114,
127, 158, 159, 178, 179, 188, 200, 212
Lara Pipho 89, 114
April Pitchford 39
Jason Pitchford 39
Christina Pitman 9, 89, 103, 115,
178, 179, 232, 246
Danielle Pivviwski 26, 215
Cecilia Platt 26, 135, 221
Donald Platt 89, 100, 115, 121 162
163, 190, 195
Paul Platt 39, 193
Gregory Pleasants 89
Steve Pochiro 56, 191
Cheryl Poe 56
Jennifer Poe 39, 221
David Pohlmann 89, 133
Abraham Polk 26, 192
Shawnna Pomeroy 222
Steve Poore 89, 115, 133
Kim Porter 215
Steven Porter 125
Ullysses Portugal 26, 125, 157
Kim Post 26, 180
Deirdre Powell 89, 205
Katrina Powell 55
Marla Powell 26
Mikele Powell 115, 245
Laura Pratt 39, 192, 196, 197
Tedisue Prentice 26, 131
Clayton Prepsky 26
Michael Preston 89
Michelle Preston 26
Grady Price 153
Leonard Price 26
Anton Pridonoff 56, 188
Gene Pruitt 39
Travis Quader 26
Joseph Quihius 39, 123
Michael Quihuis 89, 115
Steve Quihuis 195
Richard Quintana 26, 252
Timmy Quintana 26, 252
Katharine Radin 39, 192, 215
Reza Rajabian 56
Carrie Ramirez 18, 26, 251
Octavio Ramirez 26, 125
Steve Ramirez 26
Yolanda Ramirez 56, 193
Carolina Ramos 16, 26, 29, 229 231
Jason Ramsey 39
Stephen Randall 26, 123, 163
Delaino Rangel 26
Rodney Ranks 12
Michael Rasmussen 56
Lisa Rawls 115, 204
Lewis Ray 39
Barbara Razo 56
Joey Rebelo 39
Judith Reed 39
Stephanie Reed 26, 181
Luke Rees 56
John Reid 39, 152
Russell Reisinger 56
Sarah Reynolds 39
Robert Reynoso 26
Doris Richard 39
Raymond Richards 56
Jimi Richards 26
Shawn Richards 35, 39, 152
Kenneth Richardson 5, 44, 56, 188,
189, 191, 193, 196, 198, 199, 217, 220,
Ray Richardson 89, 110, 188, 189,
193, 196, 199, 216, 220
Therese Rickard 16, 26, 193, 229
Todd Ricki 56
Alice Rietham 39, 177
Spencer Riffle 39
Stephan Riggins 216, 219, 220
Marlon Riley 56, 152
Eric Ritchie 89
Dina Rivas 26, 221
Eugenio Rivera 26
Veronica Rivera 56
Jason Roach 56, 156
John Roach 56
Scott Roberts 26, 153
Jennifer Robertson 25
Micheal Robertson 26
Jennifer Robinson 26
Gil Robles 56
Gina Robles 89, 115, 126, 127, 158,
Patricia Robles 39, 158
David Robson 56, 118, 121,
Jennifer Rocha 26, 216, 220
Raymond Rocha 56, 163
Laurie Rocz 89, 90, 207
Anthony Rodriguez 39
Carlos Rodriguez 56, 154
Edward Rodriguez 26
John Rodriguez 26
Patrick Rodriguez 26
Rosa Rodriguez 192, 213
Paul Rogenstein 26
Jason Rogers 56
Tamala Rolland 57
Jayson Rollins 26, 215
Shawna Romerly 27
Alex Romero 27
Michelle Romero 27
Duane Rommey 90
Tina Roof 27, 222
Mary Rosales 89, 90, 115, 209, 215,
Jessica Rose 27
Laurie Roseberry 57
Loree Rosecrans 57
Brian Roth 39
Jacob Rothenberg 90, 115, 188, 191,
Shanna Rothenberg 49, 57
Rachel Rotolante 52, 57
Michael Rouse 27
Thomas Rouse 57
Sean Rouselle 57, 61
Ken Rowlett 27, 147
Phillip Rowlson 27
Ken Rowlett 27, 147
Phillip Rowlson 27
Sean Rozelle 191
Mellisa Rudolph 39, 192
Christina Rue 27
Richard Ruelas 57
Paul Rugenstein 125
Michael Rugg 39, 163, 188
Steven Rugg 89, 90, 115, 188, 199,
Charles Ruiz 89, 90, 115, 193
Christina Ruiz 27
Martha Ruiz 27
Paul Ruiz 121
Raul Ruiz 7, 8, 89, 90, 111, 115, 120,
Yvonne Ruiz 89, 90, 115
Steven Rupe 27
Eric Rupnow 89, 90
Richard Rusch 27, 125
Jermaine Rushing 39, 152
James Russell 195
Melissa Ryan 27, 193
Jennifer Rynearson 27, 222
Amy Sabari 57, 128, 160
Cindy Sage 39, 177
Angela Salazar 39, 193
Mary Salcido 57, 179, 188
Nicol Saliba 44, 57, 62, 135, 188
Paul Salinas 39, 217
Soledad Sanchez 39
Derek Sanders 11, 57, 121, 156, 190,
Kevin Sanders 27
Kimberly Sanders 89, 90, 115, 205
John Sander89, 90
Sara Sandstedt 39
Jenny Santesteban 39
Daniel Santos 57 , 196, 197
Mark Sauer 51, 189
Chistina Scammell 39, 135, 181, 192
Elizabeth Schall 115
Isadora Scheibenreif 89, 90, 158
Paul Scheibenreif 39, 262
Dahn Schiffer 27, 193
J ole Schiffer 57, 123
Gunar Schinzel40, 123, 163
Luke Schinzel 57, 118, 121, 162, 163,
Paul Schlador 27
Tammy Schlador 91, 115
Nora Schmidt 39, 191, 216, 219, 220
Ian Schmoel 39
Kristie Schnyder 27
Scott Scholtz 27, 40
Malia Schooler 57, 60
Gary Schrack 27, 125, 153
Jennifer Schrack91, 115, 126, 127,
179, 227, 228, 230, 233
Kirk Schreier 91
Tammi Schreier 27
Brian Schroeder 27
Erwin Schubert 91
Darren Schuck 57
Amy Schulte 27
Grant Schulte 91
Jane Schulte 40
Eric Schultz 40
Tonia Schultz 57, 255
Karla Schumann 91, 99, 115, 135
158, 159, 188, 190
Michel Schutz 5, 91, 115, 209
Eric Schuyler 9, 91
Heather Schwindt27, 213
James Scooler 57
Dawn Scott 27
Donald Scott 115
Jason Scott 40
Jayne Scott 92, 115, 187, 212
Richard Scott 92
Robert Scott 92, 115
Tammy Scott 40
Wayne Scott 92, 115, 187
Jeff Scow 190
Sean Scow 57, 63, 121
Brian Sealey 57, 192, 198, 250
Roger Sealey 27, 147
Dina Sedlock 40, 181
Ali Sekou 133
Davina Sena 40
Noah Sensibar 40
Celia Sereno 40
Eric Serrano 27
Karen Sever 40
Robert Sever 92, 115, 121, 190, 195
David Sexton 57
Teresa Sexton 40
Randy Shakespeare 40
David Sharan 57
Nomi Sharan 40
Susan Sharkey 57, 192, 215
Dave Sharon 163
Amanda Sharp 40
Tonya Sharp92, 204
Fawn Sharpe 34
Brian Shaw 57
Tina Shelton 27
Jeffrey Sheppard 40 217
Tom Sheppard 92, 115, 195
Denise Sheridan 40, 138, 139
Leia Sherinian 92, 115
Heather Shiffer 57
James Shinn 5, 92, 102, 109, 115, 118,
120, 121, 186, 230, 233
Alex Shivers 58, 217, 220
Eva Shivers 10, 44, 49, 58, 179, 192,
Ernest Shmidl 40
Jennifer Shockley 27
Tanya Siddens 58
Danny Sien 27
Sylvia Silberger 58
John Simmons 27
Diane Simon 11, 92, 115, 199, 222
Amy Siquieros 27, 40
Jon Slusser 92, 105, 115, 195
Bryan Smalley 92
Brian Smith 27
Debra Smith 58, 217, 219, 220, 221
Duanne Smith 27, 217, 219, 220
Dyahndra Smith 27
Eugenia Smith 27
J acquilyn Smith 27
Jeff Smith 93, 115
Karen Smith 27 , 134, 135
Keith Smith 93, 109, 115, 121, 162,
163, 190, 199
Kendra Smith 40
Kimberly Smith 58
Louis Smith 27
Nancy Smith 93
Nicole Smith 93, 115, 207
Robert Smith 93, 115, 207
Roshi Smith 58
Ray Smith 58
Scott Smith 40, 188, 222
Sean Smith 40, 133, 137, 217, 220
Sharron Smith 27
Steven Smith 58
Sylvia Smith 129
Zack Smoll 27, 196
Jason Smyer 27
Eric Snelling 27
David Snodgrass 40, 133,156
Candi Snyder 27
Robin Snyder 40, 160
Thomas Soles 27
Jon Soll 58
Audra Solomon 242
LaSean Solomon 242
Dee Sorgen 27, 216, 220
Tiffany Sorgen 93
Sean Sorrels 163
Seres Sosnowski 27, 144
Patty Soto 93, 193
Kevin Sotomeyer 121, 190
Keith Sowden 40
Laura Spaulding 19, 28, 216
Lee Ann Spaulding 40, 217
Ryan Spencer 58, 222
Heather Spotts 13, 40
Jon Spotts 93, 115, 205
Chris Spring 28
Jennifer Springer 28, 211
Alexis Springston 28, 192
Steven Stahl 58
Deborah Stakebake 93, 1 6
177, 188, 199, 247
Laura Stanley 40, 17 7, 206, 215
Matthew Stanley 58
Matthew Starcher 28
William Starcher 58, 222
Dan Starchman 58
Karen Staub 93
Mark Staub 40
Tracy Stearns 40, 81
Steven Stegall 125
Bobbi Stennerson 28
Holly Stennerson 58
Alex Stephens 40
Amy Stephens 28
Daniel Stephens 58
Anna Stevens 58, 215, 243
Anne Stevens 58, 181, 211
Cecilia Stevens 28, 192, 216
Danny Stevens 250
Richard Stevens 16, 22, 28, 196 236
Dione Stevenson 40
Marvin Steward 40, 123
Aaron Stewart 58
Cheryl Stewart 40, 217
Kim Stewart 40, 128
Lorinda Steward 40, 127
Tod Stewart 115
Tim Stiltner 93, 115, 137
John Stiltner 40
Stephanie Stimson 93, 204
Spencer Stingley 58
Richard Stockwell 58
Michele Stokes 40
Todd Stokes 28, 125, 157
Tracey Stokes 94 115 207
Larry Stoops 58
Anne Stopher 28 212
D' JeffStone 28, 221, 222 ' I
Peter Storch 28, 145, 163
Katherine Storms 58, 192, 199
Jason Stout 40, 123, 156
Jeffrey Stout 28, 125
Mark Stower 59
Decazlyn Strange 28, 245
Carol Strauss 94, 115
Richard Strauss 59
Lester Strayhand 40
Carl Strempke 94, 99, 115, 12
Bryan Strickland 41, 199
Dennis Strieter 59
Tehira Strong 94, 97, 205
Shane Stuler 41
Edgar Stumpff 28
Janet Stumpff 59, 197
Patricia Swartz 94, 221
Ken Swinehart 28, 125
Michael Sylvester 28, 125
Brian Tageson 28
Scott Tageson 59, 222
Timothy Takeuchi 41, 156, 192
J eromy Takin 28
Bill Tantana 28
Steve Tantana 41
Daniel Taplin 28, 125
Anthony Tarantino 41
Tony Tasante 206
Bryan Taylor 59
Caroline Taylor 28, 187, 196
Delos Taylor 59
Quincey Taylor 28, 125
Steven Taylor 94
Aurora Tellez 59
Larry Tellis 28
Melissa Templeton 41, 193
Jennifer Tether 94
Denis Thomas 41
Heather Thomas 59
Robert Thomas 41
Stephen Thomas 94, 115, 199
Byron Thompson 28
Gifford Thompson 28
Glenn Thompson 59
Jess Thompson 28. 217, 220
Julie Thompson 41, 217, 220, 262
Martha Thompson 94, 115, 217, 219,
Scott Thompson 94
Jacqueline Thorn 59
Jennifer Thornsberry 59
Deita Thornton 59, 139
Terri Tickard 139
Jesse Tillery 28
Lisa Tillery 41, 131, 181, 215
Gary Tipton 28
Brian Tollefson 28, 125, 153, 221
Denis Tomas 188
Belinda Tomasi 28, 161, 188, 213
Pernell Tomasi 163
J oesph Tong 28
Gilbert Torres 28
Eric Toscano 59
John Trejo 9, 104, 121, 190, 254
Andrew Trelease 94, 115, 199
Dawn Triplett 28, 161
Le Tro 28
Laurie Troupa 59, 191, 193
Richard Trout 41
Amy Trowbridge 95, 115, 199
Jason True 59, 197, 199, 244
Billy Truex 28
Daniel Trujillo 41, 123
Debbie Tsosie 28, 213
Christine Tucker 30, 41, 135, 180, 229,
Paul Tucker 59, 154
Eve Tuhey 95, 115, 179, 212
Manda Turley 41, 181 '
Troy Turley 59, 150, 190
Martell Turner 95, 115, 204
Michael Turner 59
Robert Tutrone 59, 156, 195, 262
John Ueland 41, 133
Urnna Dennis 41
Elvira Valenzuela 204
Frankie Valenzuela 44, 59, 62, 216
Marcela Valenzuela 59
Mona Valenzuela 41 .
Rebecca Valenzuela 95, 204
Yensenia Valenzuela 28, 129
Dawn Vallee 28
Melanie Van Tilborg 41, 43
J odal Vannoy 60, 133
Shane Vanorder 28
Maria Alicia Vasquez 95, 222
Pete Vasquez 41
John Veland 192
Heidi Vellenga 41, 192, 216, 218
Ivana ,Vender 41, 193
Michael Venell 236
Anita Verdugo 41, 191, 217
David Verdugo 60
Richard Vergara 60
Corinne Verlander 28, 161
Lori Vesely 95
Christine Vielma 28
Frances Villa 41
Mercy Villa 207
J agdev Virdi 41
Michele Virgo 95, 98, 178, 179
Lorenzo Vizcarra 28, 157
Melanie Volquardsen 41
Michael Volquardsen 199
Stephanie Vonk41, 196
Dennis Waddell 95
Nicole Wade 60
Valerie Waeschle 28
Greg Wagner 19, 28
Matthew Wagner 60, 217, 220
Rochelle Walker 41
Shannon Walker 60
Misti Wallace 28
Benjamin Walters 41, 163
Mike Walters 60
Chad Wandler 41
Mark Ward 60, 195
Jennifer Wardell24, 28
Sonny Wardell 254
John Ware 41,123
Dean Wareing 60
Natalie Warina 60
Norman Warner 60
Rayna Warnke 41
Chelle Warrell 28
Tanya Warren 29, 129, 161
Dana Washington 41, 194
Elita Washington 41, 126, 127
Ethan Washington 29, 125, 153
Kathy Wass 60
Amy Waters 60
Brian Watkins 29, 124, 125, 157
Tracy Watkins 60
Dee Dee Watson
J acquelyn Watson
Sonja Watson 60, 222
Bernadette Weaver 29
Mika Webb 60, 192, 197, 198
Alicia Webber 43, 221
Brent Weech 60, 191
Leza Weeks 29
Dotti Weinel 95
Greg Welch 60
Shannon Wells 41, 139
Heather Wenge 29, 129, 161
Brandy Werth 29
Lonnie Werth 95
John West 41
Latona West 29
Jeffrey Wester 60, 192
Tim Weston 41
Sherri Wheatley 29
Sam Wheaton 29
Annette Wheeler 29, 187
Kerry Wheeler 60
Steven Wheeler 96
Deidra White 222
Elizabeth White 25, 29, 188
Jerome White 41, 123
Marcus White 29, 125
Hope Whiteface 29, 41
Brad Whitehead 29
Anita Whitely 60
Jeffrey Whitley 60, 188, 191
Casey Wickland 60, 132, 133, 156
Sarah Wictor 96, 199
Ted Wictor 29
J ohna Wiedoff 29, 187
Joseph Wilcock 41
Robin Wilcock 96. 204
Jennifer Wilhite 96, 115
Alicia Williams 25
Alison Williams 29
Christine Williams 60, 158, 188
Colette Williams 29
Jimale Williams 29
Larry Williams 29
Joseph Williamson 196
Chris Wilsie 29
Mary Wilson 60
Richard Wilson 41, 217
Tammy Wilson 42, 196
Dawn Winans 60, 196, 197, 261
Faith Winn 29, 211
Stephanie Winstel 42
Melissa Winters 131
Christine Wohl 29, 221
Scott Wojtulewicz 61, 152, 190, 199
Cynthia Wolfe 207
Donna Wolfe 42
Sean Wonderling 29
Alisa Wood 50, 61
Corinna Wood 29
Courtney Wood 42, 193
Derek Wozencraft 96, 97, 100, 115,
Destry Wozencraft 42
Amy Wright 42
Melinda Wright 61
T.C. Wright 61, 118, 120,121,
Toby Wright 122, 123, 183
J arek Wrobel 163
Stevie Wydoff 42
David Wylie 96
J inger Wyrick 61
Gregory Yanez 20, 29
Angela Yarbrough 29
Jean Yates 18, 29, 221, 251
Mary Ybarra 96
Elyna Yin 61
Sokhamala Yin 29
Andy Yost 29, 192
Andrea Young 61
Navid Zamani 96
Perla Zamarron 29, 193
Priscilla Zamora 29
Carrie Zandlo 61
Richard Zandlo 42
Claudia Zarate 42
Stephanie Zogheib 29
Aimee Zuplicich 215
Dean Wood 29, 215
Kimberely Wood 96, 103, 115, 176,
177, 190, 199
Alicia Woodard 96
Michael Woods 42
Laurie Wooley 29
Stephanie Works 61
Linda Worth 96, 204
Cheyana Wozencraft 42, 299
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All praise to Tempe High School
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