Thornton High School - Retrospect Yearbook (Thornton, CO)

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Behind The Scene The scene unfolds at Thornton High: Groups of friends laugh and exchange gossip in the commons, pranksters race around causing mischief and the conscientious student rushes to class. But, what is the real scene? At THS so many activities are going on that no one realizes what keeps this perfect high school scene. Few people know that our custodians work around the clock, including Saturdays. There help is absolutely indispensable in keeping the school in order inside and out. Along with the custodians the THS cooks also deserve recognition. Our eight Trojan cooks prepare nutritious meals every day for hundreds of hungry students. A NEW SCENE This year even more changes are happening behind the Thornton doors. On the opening of the new high school, Horizon High, many students and teachers will be leaving . Within two years the attendance at Thomton will be cut in half. 'auf th-..l,. JEEEEEIEECIEEEIIIIIEEIEEIIEE W ll y t h Varsity player Bob Fiala breaks two Mall Shaw l21kCS 21 break yd gthflty tklf bttlg dgl ac es or a su s an ia ain. urin C HSS. bug 1,ri . 3 tr' ' ' ' . .Q F p - ' 1 in 3 Senior Willie'Lopez participa es favorite Passume' Thornton boys, Swi Warm m ICHHI mr aga. s up before 3 dual meet IHSI N01-thglenn. 1 s f ' A if 145.4 I f I 5 ,ooo fm' , lr r m L-ooo oooo ,.,. . o to ...,. N ' t l ill llll llll llllll llll Illl Il ' , f'?W" :lEl'Ill:lEllll"lI"ll"'ll-llTEETll-ll-ll'll"'lElIlL Kellianlw Wfighl ITWUSES Jazz musicians from around the state Amy Larson shows off the latest for the camera in h6f discuss the latest merchandise at the jewelry at Halloween. 4 Halloween costume. THS jazz Festival, One of the line groups, of the many in the music department, is the THS Jazz Combo. Pictured left to right are Rusty Peterson, Aimee Horst, Kyle Chandler, Serena Hampel, Don Davenport, Tim Linn, Martin Martinez and Michelle Sena. The music groups continue to be one of the forces behind the scene at Thornton. ammm j, ' , ' 1 1 My xi-' X A x ti S ' n U M ! 7,' , f f mill W1 5" . HCC A kg K ,- ZUQUM ble Q , we QA, , 2wQf PQWw M1 . 57204 kF,Q -1 765J?,PS9X SQMM 3 fxlx S MZ f"j S335 S 553 ig - si Q Q: il 1 we w ,Lf X , -0 t V- Q Gov nv Lim 'SV 1-- xxlxb 550 'iff .Plc C Nw rw .aff ff X 6 'YXC 'fx N - X . - 4464, xy :ig XC :Qc il lf"lL 5 O bbc CN ' YL, L 1. X, ti v The Seniors led the scene and demonstrated that the Class of '88 was united up front, yet behind the Lf, x1liXw2?Vff0f ,5 scenes each senior was 1 Lk. ' X i, . ,N ' 4 I , , ltwsci Q W ytfZLf,a their own unique person ciatal' f,j4fl , , Smith individual dreams. liijilfloil Uclixw -3 if 1 li My V- .Y ,DLXX - S vt 1' y V . NO 7 A li C ' 'Xv LJ L-I NX XD-QQQBNIX AVA ki fl Y' I ,,LlX,,,EXH C is YXLQ, ,SC iw R Xl tv U sl J, 'ss X K '. ix . N fe- S4 'X f if v XX NX ,f X K 1 ft! 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C LP 7 mb if Qui L-. 4, X K JD XNXJ A Jooelyne Abel Nick Charles Adams Ka yleen Adler Colette Albert Troy Michael Allen Jodi Ann Allendorf Shawn Ambrosio Johnna Anderson Kristine Anderson Leisha Marie Antione Elisa Aragon Maurice Robert Aranda 8, gui s s s Ml F' f " y -A 'Q ,ffm E . .Ni : . 5 1 1 5 E .5 1 W' J, Z 'el 4. WE Helena Ardholm Heather Arnspzger Lisa Auch Tracey Renee A vent Angela Babbitt Deborah Bacca Todd Bak Deborah Baker Robert Banks Dari Ann Bartholomew Larry Joe Barton Joseph Bashor 9 Michael Bass Michelle Begley Bradley Wade Bell Jimmie Bendt Dawn Rene Bennett Mark Bicknell Sheila Ann Bieseclcer Randy Black Shawna DeAnn Blank Mike Borgsmiller Jennifer Boucher Paul Boutan 10,5 t ,Si . N f':- . L Y 1. . - .fx , 11, svwp an-. M ,e f f I V ,YL if 2 H51 x Stacey Lee Boyd Denise Amy Brewer Rochonne Brito ' ,mf 5 ,443 if , , ff! if 5 if , Arn lrkygimv V .- .' it A A xr. .. 7' fi-fi.. V1 W, '1 'Fw' - 9? Russell Brix Ted Conrad Broeren Dave Brown O' Jason Alan Brown Sandra Brown Wendy Brown Thomas R. Burback Georgianna Burt Vicki Cannon we' ' Shaunalee Carlton Chris Carpenter Steve Carpio Kent Carroll M ylinda Carroll Edward Christopher Casas , ' -r ff r . X gm ,, AML, ,,, H ' Danette Casias Rhoda Casteel Trina Castleman .Aa IW' ,,.,4n. Janelle Marie Cepeda Tim Chambers Tina Chambers QW 4. XY' W i wk H W , 5 I 7 M Wg' J , Wi I as ' I 'Ang 2 " ,, f, 1 E 'fi f y ' ,f V i W' ,, "J ' Q so r r tr ' 4, i 'P x It J L G 'QL V, 48 ll' '9""-1 'JH ,Higgs 3 . fW3w "'-2:3 .Z I 'UW Q V jzvmn rn 'aff' nu S . 93 v' 1 sf mp . 5 it .t 'f-E W In f 5 In N 1' fy -I ' , XCQQ ,, ' A 4 . .xg 1 V , . x tr 5 " ,fri K gfL2wFi5 ffhtl Y fi, ' , Kyle Chandler Christe! Lynette Cha vez Vincent L. Chavez Chong Yol Choi Anna Mar1'e Cirbo Kayla Clapper Alex Clark Robert Clouse Kara Jean Collins Kenneth Scott Connely Da ve Conover Debi Ann Constable Patricia Lea Cordova Cheryl Ann Corley Cindy Cornett Stacey Lynn Corsentino Darlene Edith Corsino Suzanne Courter Debbie Coutre Anona Rae Cox Randy Crabtree Michelle Lee Crew Kathleen Crowfoot Shana Cunningham 14 WWW ITM T524 M ...di 5 f,,f .. ,,, fg , Wa li " Michael Curry Kimberly Curtis John Dadderio Douglas Allen Dalton Hailey M. Dam Greg Davidson Brad Da vis Jonathan Da vis Tammy Da vis Bill Davis Donna DeBeer Annette Del-Ierrera Angela DeJiacomo Leroy Delgado Darin Derlein Mario Joseph Dicino John Dick Heidi Lee Diehl Dawn Dieleman Tony Dietrich Connie Dill John Dillon Kristi Jo Dillon Bob Dinkel ' -r z""' 'KH fl will ,J Ykffix , ' M WW f' , HL' ff, Q, -in We 71? if A ,f ff lf E' 4 2 A w li 3 lf' If M M only in iiie ,jf J, :V i , A M fl! W ' Nm ww x"""-'un NN Clifford Michael Dinwiddie Melissa Dominguez Gregory R. Douglass Jeffrey Drew John Michael Drew, Tonyaogfiienee Andrea Dudash Wadeollluerksen CyntI1i3'Reizee e Duran o Scott Durland Jeanne M3fI'C Dye Latarsha Anette Gra y A M yy 1 , MM f 'ff 2 Mwzjgi I 'S . 5 ,f ,H f., 553 i ASK La Rick Edgar Trina Endes Christine Camille Engle Darin Patrick Erickson Kerry Douglas Ermold Tara Escher Melissa Esquibel Marcia Ferguson Roger Francis Fleck John Flood Ken Flood Michelle Fregeau 13,1 'Q-'W' K -is .Q f .QQ 3' . fi f .zzgiz Q S ac Q . "Q-. -, ,.pul"", Bmx 'nm A K Xafx , .,, X N? in E K it 2' .....:... l .-:Lf MQW' .H-le.. 'Defi' ai kay GN to E , Susan Fretthold Alohaa Fuller Desmond Fulton Tiffany R. Fushimi Amy Gallagher Donovan Gallardo Tom Gann Dawn Marie Garcia Mark Garcia Rod Garcia Aleece Ann Geer Tim Geist 19 Charles R. Geonetta Rob George Shelley Gessner Tammy Gillingham Christy Gilmer Philip William Ginder Michelle Marie Goeden Mark Goldman Dawn L. Goldsmith Claudia Gonzales April Gooden Stephen Mark Gordon 20 , 'Si ,- 5.. 4 :Huh Nh N F Q .5-83 , F K I K -gk ,D K 5 T is k x Q - gt tg S X ? gin " x . 190 Q we X ' X fx, X Q. + G Q K .t g, gr .IV if A.,g,1,-' ? ,fb X I w - L' . ,run " ,J ffl: Y 'D x Q1' ' 'I if 6 A g i k,,. , , 1 ,. ' .f r ' H K Ai in Stix! cg as 2 L2 ,""" " M1 .5 4:,,,355i,Q -W-as-us f 3 'H' , X 2. 'fa if , A 2 Q- 'mt , 2. gg fi 'S -'T mg 1 'nv WIQIEM M Y 'i '21 'F ' -"W Ei ,,"15,g4,lf:ti A -M f'n,., .aria 1 Katie Gray Michelle Jean Gray Michael L. Grover Traci Gujda Aaron Wayne Guthrie Tammy Gutierrez Troy I-lagaman Andy Hajek Shane A. Hall Timothy Troy Hamel Serena Hampel Larissa Hancock 21 F Charles Hardin Kevin Harford Charles G. Harrelson Mark Allen Harris Kathy Harvey Monica Heaston Richard Helbig Tim Helman Cheyney Lyle H enricks Roberta Lisa Hernandez Sylvia Maria Hernandez Marc Roland Herrera - YW 3 5 1. ! . s ga Roycee K. Hickman Roshawn Mari Hinton Stacey Hitzler Damon Hobson Timothy Hoffman Krista Hogue Carol Lynn HoliHe1d John S. Holmes Carrie A Holz Dave Hook Richard Hoskins Piper Lee Hurt Tammy Ihnen Robert E. Immell Lisa Marie Jackson 51'-59' J' '1'f"o'fV Tim Jacobson Sandy Janezie Kelly Janzen Trent John Mischelle Johnson Michael S. Jones Kevin Jay Kaczmarek Nils Kalve Melissa Renee Karlin 24 'M , fl" T , -4:n,.,, H Q 57 'f' 3 2 as i L in K K 1 1 X W fy ! aff ffffg ig , , xs , Y vi' + wif? A' E . iff, ' ff, 'ein ci wa-W M? 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Leonard Stephanie Leonard Mike Levesque Dennis Limmel Jennifer Linder Dawn Renee Line Tim Linn Dionne Lockert Steven John Loeffier ? q,..,,,,, f 5 gg X go- D f 1344 V 'g .,f 5 r yn , ,rrh My' pf-' ,Vg V .. V . x rlnwiq., Q, ith' 'W W.-' L' Catharine Eliza beth Lookingbill Eli Anthony Lopez Guadalupe L. Lopez Iona Lynn Lopez Alan Lovato Don Lovato James Lovato Hector E. Luna Serena Lundquist Mark Lynn Kaylene Lyons Ann Mattie Lysek '29 Leann Madden Regina Lee Maestas Daniel Christopher Manqueros Patricia Martin Anthony Abel Martinez Marlin Martinez Monica Ann Martinez Kim Matta Tia Matthews Kelly Donnell McCarter Darla McConnell Julia McCoy t iii r re N- - Q i . . S 1 it 3, I .- . -tis' 'V " - - sf i I . .k eii D Ns X 2 ,D ' Q e i- ii ,V re a lfa Q73 We-v' ,rw 'U' ,A , y if 21 1 z ii P' ,a .im ,r 4. N ,fr 5... 'ii aff "Q ,212 '1 if we ':i::i:. ,ii -' 'Q 'Kg Mike Allen McCracken Carlie Ann McGinn Stacey Elizabeth McGlothlen Christine Renee McKim Charlene Kay McLeod Jason Eric McMahill John Meier Allen Anderson Mewes Jeffrey Lee Miers Audra Christine Miller DeeA nn Miller John Miller '31 Keith Miller Ron W. Miller James Misztal Warren Mitchell Jason Mitchler JoAnn Molkie Rene Monarez Lisa M. Monroe Lloyd A. Montano jr. Rachel Ann Montano Robyn Montez Dona vin Lloyd Montoya az 1 A .UN ?am i ' YQQ' 4 F 5 A xv? 93, .5 3, 5' HM N r, N Q' Q-, WY ff' , Q x Xl' X ,, s. me wx ti N X x C 1 X 1' Nl.. I 1 rt. R Q 'CSE' Q AIG" , . N ,.. X. 335 11. . ' W 3 -M-V-Q .Q , , A Q iv--e Q Stephen Montoya Steve Mook Deana Moore Stacie Moore William C. Morehouse Ann Marie Morelli Lisa Marie Morelli Ken E. Morooney Laura Morrow Nichole Erin Mullin Vicky Murray Steve Musgrove M S33 X Tracy Musgrave Dax Alexander Nance Misty Nelson Cliff Dean Netuschil Jeff Lewis Neumann Michael L. Neumann Shelly Newell Trung Nguyen Lisa Marie Nieto Katrina Nilsson Shannon Michelle V Donals Niver Angela Noblitt V1 5 KH f AW QW 1- 7, ja r 'W 'Gig r 'ar Cristina Maria Novy Melissa Nuanes Steven Olson Scott Oja Linda Ortega Wendi Lea Osburn Becky Owens Bob Owens Scott Wayne Pachelo Sang Chun Pak Tammy Renee Palm Aaron Pantoya Tammy S. Paplow Cheryl Ann Parry Kirk Pencil Eric Perez Jamie C. Perry Beth Peterson Tonya Peterson Marcus Petty Ed Pfannenstiel Kerstine Marie Pfeifer Jeffrey C. Pfleiger Kelly Ann Piehl 'M a"""1 ANR' if ..,,d!3t-.1 SHN x'f'H:r Wi WM tin Xia J mwmnfwfy S f My I-"wwf f f : ' ' , f My r, , r ff ,lang Pola cek M1'chael7?J7?:j7n Renee Portner Cynthia A. Presley Robert Preston Robin Preston Toni Pugliese Anne Putnam Tanya Michelle Rains Paul Ramirez Vincent Ramirez Lawrence Randall Rose Ratliff Wes Dean Reddick Rhonda Fayne Reese Philip Richard Reeser Sheri Lynn Renz Jennifer Kathleen Ressler Scott Riley Erin Rimpley Mary Robards Boyden Roberge Jr. Marc Robins DeAnne Rodriguez ,"""-L'3:n- .ixrk diff M, .Ionquil Jackie Rodriguez Bradley Roe Tina M. Romero Tony Rosales Nicole Marie Rosenbach Gregory Roth Isa belle Rouet Denise Lisa Roybal Wa de Russell Robert Rynning Leo Ken Salazar Teresa Marie Sanders Sonja Raquel M Saville Wendy Lynn Schultz Melinda Scott Andrea L. Scruggs Alberta Michelle Sena Michelle Olivia Sena Shannon Renee Sena Matt Shaw Sean C. Shelton Da ve Showman Andrea Shreve Ricardo Silva Tm, x me Q if ,w 25 N' lla, 9-A W ,- ' v- Delicia Simpson Kim Simpson Ben Singh Kim Sisneros Patrick Anthony Sisneros Tim C. Skala Denise Skeels Da vid T. Slater Cherie Ann Slorf' Shawnda Renae Smette Christopher Lee Smith Robert Smith W tnt it ,41 West Smith Da wn Snider Raul Antonio Solis Patricia Stackhouse Brice Steele Michelle Lynn Stockley Robert R. Stokvis Kerri Stolz Angie Kristine Stone Stephen Strasshofer Heath Strawn Da ve Stremel 4? iiiio of A feng A ,, ff -fy ,xii WQWW4 ' km, Q ' an 1 WM? Adi" K. IV v Zi' Ah. L I W1 Q ,Q-ww' X .K. We she i as -N H9 xsium. WN Janine Renee Strother Kim Stuemky Deena Marie Suiter Kim Sunday Tom Sutton Edda Svaldi Stacey Swaithes Bobbie Swanson Amber Swartz Christine Marie Snyder Lisa Mae Tacoronte Dawn Tapp 44? Sheri Taylor Tina Dieu Tcheng Troy Tennal Ruben Tenorio Eric Thaut Tamm y Jean Thomas Tomi Tikkanen Aleksanda Tomcuk Erik A. Trefry Jane!! A. Truex M Mona Truitt Delbert Trujillo My '.,k I e iles X ' , xg lf? ,, at 2 'RZ fl ,asv -C.-. 1-'QW' ' ., in W ' ,M ff Q WZ f,,. , ,, ' W' ., b Lv , W, if he he ,4y,A , g 5 V"if E ,Vi W 'll-vnu-u-Q., ,M M, '0ll0vun.u...,,, aw' ..f1,, 'C Gary Trujillo Suzanne Tucker Tim Turner Bill Tygart Jeanette Unreinv Rebecca Kim Uttecht Fernando Valdez Michelle Yvonne Valdez Valerie Vargas Anthony J. Vigil Deanna Jeanette Vigil Greg G. Vigil Michael Paul Vigil Jill Denise Voncolln Dennis Wagster Kerri Walker Laurie Waiter Jana Walters Audia D. Wasick Tammi Jean Weber Amy Wedman Kimberly Ann D Whaples Christine Marie Whittemore Jennifer Lynn Wilbourn -vt?" J 5' 4 if we K' W, ea fe , vw. W X 1 , ,W ,V vf V anew' 'W w ,,,,,, 'TY li f 4 A VVV' aff? 1, in as X I , ,W 4 Vx vpn i ,M ffv,, 7 SQ .W if 5 f i ,,,A, an Q ' - aw 's ,V ,W if , M 77 7 f , iii is ':-, if ii , A y' A f V 6, 4 M A A a W' A 1 Shana Wilkinson April Yvettechantral Williams Kristi Williams TJ. Willis Sara Elizabeth Wilmot Andrew James Wilson Audra Linn Wilson Chad Wilson Joe Patrick Windsor Craig Wintersteller Michelle Theresa Witkowski Brian Dale Wood 47 David Eugene Wright Kellianne Wright Tracey Wright Dave Zaffore Rebecca Contreras Teene Valen Estrada Jr. John Gonzales Jerry Klimas Michael Macias Leslie Marquez Ramon Martinez Alan Mullica 48 Ch P R R h S R b Michael Ke M M w Ta Q55 778g Sefziaka CZSLQSXQQQLZQI- bugs x 1 X Gp Qejgrzemziva we glzad Zimezz- 5 SJ Q 9 0 -Z e faL17aZe 'a ea ,X ' -zfze Qafatiezz 4 N 35? Q95 W OR -we lang Zadka Q39 W -Zfze daagha X5 , -Zfze Zeafazz Q' ,Ry SS? X SDS -zfze dig deczlzziafw , Q my L and mazzz ag all Zfzai band ag gfaiefz Op slag' ea X Zfze 0280202160 ag Zfze fzazzz, pfeezzefzt, N A ' 'XX 0 I and 565261726 Zagetfwa-gafae17efz. ' gd? 5,9j 2vf72efaUZwaz'55 ' , 6 Q ok Q W X X ip V 'NSD Lyigiygffiiifi O5 Being A Senior Means... egtill hanging on to past memories-but wondering about your future-while trying to be happy in the present," commented Piper Hurt. "finally reaching the top instead of being an underdog," stated Jenny Ressler. "that we develop new ideas and make decisions that the juniors and sophomores will look up to,' expressed Anona Cox. "representing the best of THS because we are the product of the staffs' and our own efforts of three years of schooling," remarked Mario DiCino. "realizing your goals and realizing who you are," said Kara Collins. "A LOT of planning for the future," stated April Williams. "having a lot more responsibility," expressed Cliff Dinwiddie. "that the sophomores and juniors respect us," stated Paul Kowalis. 50 144 Q fi ' W i ' W f 1 . P: Fkix' -M ws: ' 'QA' 'A 'Mafia-A z , ,I 1 Q 'G ' 'RW .5 Q , 5 , , sg f . gm N-jsi, -rl f . 3 1,5 'i 5 ' nv js , '1. -'l , . A 1, f' f ' 1 Y , A .V Ai-Rival V 'V- ',f4T-Xffxwj, f D ,f , ' I -L, lf I, v r . 1 .f M,- A 'W S' ,M N .aku if W "wwf x Q P Z 1 . Y. f xg 'Feng ,i A kym ffeff A gj 1 1 fx i LC' F T hope . QQ ez? 502' Qa 0 Shooting a Senior by John Holmes One of the first signs of becoming a senior is the experience of being photographed by a professional photographer. The Retrospect went on location with Pam Davis, from the Portrait Gallery, and Thornton High senior Leo Salazar for a behind the scenes look at the taking of one senior's class picture. About one-fourth of the seniors at Thornton High School get their pictures taken at the Portrait Gallery. Gther popular area studios are Olan Mills and Evans Photography. No matter where a senior gets their pictures taken, there is always a large amount of cost involved. For an example, at the Portrait Gallery, the cost for one sitting and one photograph entry into the yearbook is 2515, and a double sitting, indoor and outdoor, is 525. The cost of buying senior pictures can range from S60 to 35250, but it depends on how much the senior wants to spend. Much planning and preparation goes into the photographing of a senior. The senior has to attend many appointments and has to make many decisions before the actual sitting. What Am I Going To Wear 7 How Will I Comb My Hair ? Should I Smile Or Be Serious ? The photographer plays the biggest part in making a senior look good by showing and telling the senior how to position their head, arms, and legs. The main goal for the photographer is to try to put the senior at ease so that their personality will shine through. Finally, after everything is said and done and the senior has had a chance to see their pictures, they have to pick one picture out of 20. The senior wants this photograph to be the best picture because this photo is how each senior 5 you lfvwe Lllefilullile 5sJmfY1'ZUf lun 1t.D?,,, ,go 'E 6 Roll Portrait Gallery photographer Pam Davis blocks the sunlight. 4 X' Pam Davis helps Leo Salazar with wants to be remembered in the yearbook, those last minute touch ups. Senior Lco Salazar strikes a serious pose. ig S41 , ies fe ss' E f W Pam Davis and Leo Salazar arrive on location to start shooting. ,-M? ti lt. Ss Q Q . rs., 'Hn Leo Salazar pays close attention to Pam Davis as she demonstrates a pose. W , . 'ASW' wif 1.9, V Season of Color Showing their true colors: Melissa Dominguez, Julie Cook, Andrea Gregg, Lisa Keith, Jami Bell, Mercedes Robles, Kristi Klein, Jenny Ed- wards, Becky Ahrens, Tracey Sogi, Carrie Mar- Entering the field of play with a flash of tinez, and Valerie Vargas. color is Donovan Gallardo. ,, ' if u. 4' A - .Qi KK. . ,Ju I ' HV. X e I Marianne Skrbina psyches her "4-4-fuss... opponent as Cindy Moya looks on. Tracey Musgrove, Jennifer Ko- chevar, Joanne Molkie and Chris Carpenter dance the night away at the 'Only in My Dreams' home- coming dance. 1 P if ., rt 'Q' , W if l Mit i s fl? ij ,eg . 'xxx-' J W' ,sm . 1,4 1 i J l , , MJ P Q if Kyle Chandler, John Holmes and Larry Barton pick up the pace as teammate Scott Kruger cheers them on. s . An approach shot to the green of the par 4 second hole JM K 'J' If? if of Hyland Hills golf course shows the form of golfer Kp. ,W Mat., ,wxiyy My xregfgfl Nl ',f.,t. W fzwfli' Q' . ,- x ri is .N . .mil J " H M Craig Johnson. wi .,. A, ,V V X 2 A I 'f , N ' ef-ff'-7 F - . f' Ox 11, CM .J ,a , 0x,gx ,.1""u . - ' Xyxf sn 0' 'J' lx'-IN . ev: Nz WJ! ,f Q- J w mg Q I' H lv' fQ1UjWwf l"4,x-kms' Y Q J' 1 ' 4 . ig- ,V 1l4.O'Q X, eh . Q IV o U .! . . , ,N , o, C1c:t3,b6,fVp'i E M3535-f sg'-um . .- Xt' . ? . NJ A . 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K The class of shows their en- thusiasm at a pep assembly. Seniors Jenny Ressler and Shannon Joanne Molkie and Sena participate as cheering specta- ,lermy Kochcvar are tors at a home game. ready to hit the beach. SCE ES of 88 Randy Black is in good company with his friend "Gumby". Seniors Tammy Paplow, Greg Kessler, Greg Davidson, John Miller, and Serena Hampel hang out in the 'senior hallf Charlie puckcr. Geonetta concentrates on perfecting his LIGHTS, ii CAMERA, ACTION 'S INTRODUCING THE 1988 SEXY LEGS SENIOR FAVORITES BY JOHN HOLMES BEST LOOKING CHARLIE GEONETTA MELISSA DOMINGUEZ TONY MARTINEZ KIM MATTA KEITH KOPPENHAVER ANGIE STONE MOST POPULAR TIM HOFFMAN EDDA SVALDI JASON MITCHLER KIM MAT'TAj IIMI MISZTALO ANGIE STONE NICE SMILE SCOTT DURLAND TAMMY PAPLOW RENEE MONAREZ EDDA SVALOI CHARLIE GEONEITA NICOLE ROSENBACH GREAT PERSONALITY JASON MCMAHILL - . STACY HITZLER RANDY BLACK TRACEY GUJDA SCOTT DURLAND 'KATIE GRAY K 60 JASON MITCHLER KRISTI KLIEN JOHN HOLMES VICKY SANCHEZ KEITH KOPPENHAVER TRINA ENDES 'QQ HOT WHEELS DONOVAN MONTOYA DEBI CONSTABLE DESMOND FULTON IEANE'I'I'E UNREIN DONOVAN GALLARDO0 CLAUDIA GONZALES .A N 4, I A A 'HH-m1wLff4g" 'i,,,L,,, S,,, ,,,ww?'2Wf' ' - " ' "" 1 1 A 5, V M A,i5 , A A K ,,.,, ,,, ,,, , ,,,,,, ,, m ,E 35, L X ' A ., 3 M A ,K ,, I. ,I .,,,,D,,,wQgggv'4,aW ,, A if ., f " "'-' I Q, 4 21. I 1 if V f QQAT WET I LTI TL E CUTEST COUPLE CHENEY HENDRICKS DEBI CONSTABLE DAVE BROWN NICOLE ROSENBACH RICH HELBIG KRISTI KONRAD MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED TIM LINN DENISE SKEELS PHIL OINDER MICHELLE SENA BRAD EELL PIPER HURT AMAZING PHYSIQUE KEITH KOPPENHAVER TRINA ENDES 1 I' ' RfPfIfII JASONMITCHLER EH TAMMYLEE 5 f RICKEDGAR I DE SIMPSON 2 BEST DRESSED f" ilz FERNANDO VALDEZ EM ,gg DEANNE RODRIGUEZ M' M3 CLIFFORD DINWITTEE 'I' L 21 EILI JENNY RESSLER an Q52 T.J. WILLIS 'I 'I 5 SUSAN KEEPER AEA2EEEE I L GORGEOUSEYES " A'fIIII AIIIII' ROBERT RYNNING ANGIE STONE SCOITDURLAND LISA JACKSON JASON MCMAHILL BOBBIE SWANSON ATHLETE CHAD WILSON CINDY CORNETT DELBERT TRUJILLO NIKKI MULLEN JOHN HOLMES DENISE ROYBAL BEAUTIFUL HAIR Q, JIMI MISZTALQ SHANNON SENA TONY MARTINEZ JENNY RESSLER JOHN MILLER MELISSA DOMINGUEZ 61 Gary Thornton, a new member of the marching band, is a source of inspiration to the entire group. .5 , A ' 5 K' '. 1 In-4 , g ix 1. , if , 9. 3 , X W It wir I 4 , Maw, Xylophonist, Rob Leonard, adds depth to the percussion section. liF""f..,.-W Drummers keep the beat during the homecoming half time routine 62 5,3 sg 8--f G TH SCENE I Q CHA N Dr. Curt Furness any-H, 1. Mc: 4 V f , .45 xbexs D00 P' swam Psdnfmksu MWC AS NX ai Wyse! Associate Principal vmdxvax Gr ASS-ani J Istan OhnS tp . tO11 rl 17 cipjl p-7 ,41 Al Kllecmex istani ptdminls tratwe ASS l:1r:1mLl'i1'l'1l Classes are not just classes anymore. That monotonous scene of an hour of taking notes, doing worksheets, and struggling over tests is fading. Many THS classes are turning to hands on learning. Everything from "mock weddings' to "mock trials" can be observed in the classrooms at Thornton. 1 I-IEII-IE'lF7Il:IlIl Bette - . C ' Imst . a'1Cat0 fat , we Ass- - Itmda Curry lSl'ant Administrative Assista nt ci? . ULLQIM J Richard Argys Monte Aspden George Bailey Julie Bank Mary Barstead CoraAnn Berryman Marcey Birenboim Pat Bird Janette Black Kate Blanas Dee Blount Rich Bluhm Julie Bohlender Dave Bollman Mary Boss Fred Bowers Merle Brenneman Richard Bress Val Brown Peggy Burns Greg Carroll Ellen Christensen Drew Clark Mary Conyers Clare Davis Lou Doran Maxine Ehrmann Harold Fink Tom Fitzpatrick Lynn Fleming Anne Frazier Ron Furth Shelly Gravos Elnore Grow Hellen Hagel Greg Hahn Margie Harris Karen Hartman Mark Hatchell Marta Hedde Jim Hillman Marilyn Hinga Gloria Hisamoto Marie Hyland f if K far t 4 , A 171, r f f 'fi f 'L Max Willsey, pitches in the facultyfsenior softball game. ia Q rf M fn 1 fi ffffi? 7 'un' ing: 'rr -1da1nn...2r1s.x fi 'SN- sm :Q ai 3 f wnfvwnw' af. , gp CW K - fa, ,W ' A 1 3,5 ,, , ,, ,M Wt r z 3 M y y i Af, ful, Z " W W ff b N24 n z jj f f l Af ' or W Z! ff wx jim W in J , fi . ..,,4 .f vt Y Q 411 B e ef 2 V952 lf? . ae if ff " ' , 3 " af, W Eli .im L I J . 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M Mike Imperi Steve Iona Bonnie Jackson Marjorie Jensen Marilyn Johnstone Ron Jones Lisa Joss Barb Joule Mary June-Roppo Nancy Kellett Bruce Knuth Dan Koenig David Korn Margie Krest Julie Lambert Nate Leaf Becky Lefebre Brian Lehmann Loren Lutz Nancy MacDonnell Stu Major Dick Marcy Gail Matheson Tom McCallister Marge McCandless Bob McCartney John McDermott Bill Miles Meg Morrow Kerry Moynihan Carol Mrzlikar Dee Mueller David Nasser Patty Nelson Dean Nusbaum Kathy Olsen Robert Olson Artha Ortiz Gary Paulson Mike Pfister Jeff Prowda Stevi Quate Dennis Rademacher Candy Realph Stuart Ritscher Barbara Robbins Laura Roberts John Rogers Lydia Romero Jan Rowen Jane Seibert Jay Seller Ray Sheehan Glenna Sherick Joanne Smith Peggy Smith Jerry Snodgrass Olin Sundberg Carolyn Sutton Joan Swanson Cindy Tardy Rachael Teixeira Reeda Thompson Paula Tutt Steve Urban Kathy Valentine Bridget Virkler Dan Von Hagen Tim Wagner Gina Ward Amy Waters l Fred Wells Barb Widener Kathy Williams Bill Webster airs-uf,ga . it . . - vssgg -- . s-was QQS Us F ,N t 5 S 'si fi . ,S .Q , t X . W From tithe T' ay Seller J who has ' worked as an interpreter for the deaf for the last six years and has added three hours of Business to his schedule this year. A willing listener to students who seek his help, Seller refers students with more difficult problems to a counselor. Seller is well versed in the area of computers and is continually helping students tackle jobs at the terminal. In addition, Seller has been actively involved with the Spirit Squad for the last four years because it is exciting and something a little different. "I try to treat students as equals," states Seller. This attitude makes Seller a real asset to Thomton High School. ,, ancy there are times when I have to either get MacDonnell additional help, like counseling and has taught times when there's nothing I can do, but English at listen," she explained. . il Thomton for two Ms. MacDonnell makes many other years. She describes contributions to the school. She has her teacherfstudent relationships as, "human to human, butl realize I am still the teacher and a role model." Ms. MacDonnell encourages students to come to her about their problems. "l will try and help with any problem the student might have, but been involved in coaching the girls softball team and girls basketball. She has also been involved in Knowledge Bowl, All-Stars, and in Athletic Leadership Training. She is involved in all of these things, "because I love kids" concluded MacDonnell. 3 ' 3 Nunn-f 5 Seeaie.. ill Miles has been a ' social studie s teacher at Thornton for ten years. Miles t enjoys teaching. "I teach kids, I'm more student oriented. I try to make class fun,so they enjoy going to class, "stated Miles. Mr. Miles likes the idea of students coming and talking to him about their problems, and he feels qualified to listen and to help them. "The main thing is that students actually just want someone to listen and they feel free to talk to me," explained Miles. Mr. Miles has coached track ever since he's been here at Thornton. With twenty f ive years experience coaching softball, Miles was the new girls Softball team coach. Miles has also been involved in the T-Club for five years. Mr. Miles' attitude towards students, his sense of humor, and his caring ways makes Thomton proud to have a teacher like him. S T? A D . ' I ftsliifir li ..5iiT95:i?f'I5S .. zi. -,Q k:..- Night Custodians, Front row: Kelly Espinoza, Yolanda Cal- deron, Roberto Martinez back row: Kerry Sharp, Kent Mc- Donald, lead custodian Ernie Lavato, Craig Anderson, Carl Cordova. Barbara Armstromg Verneice Bainter Nonie Bate Genevieve Bayles Lisa Brown Dawn Buxton Debbie Cahill Yvonne Camara Joyce Conway Paula Cyphers Bill Foster Marion Fryer Jeanette Johnston Rubin Mariz June Martin Andrea Matt Rosemary Miller Shari Mitchell Anne Reed Betha Schmitz Karen Sheehan Patty Stegmueller Pat Thornton Sandra Van Houten Sandy Warner Carolyn Waters Betty Wittstruck Janine Wren Joni Zahtila Jennifer Chamberland Heidi Hessel Cafeteria Staff, Front row: Vivian Myers, Joan Heger Norma Ceballos, Winnie DeGroaf, Elsie Comfort, back row: Patti Kettrell, Geri Gruber, and head cook Sue Keefe Mr. Stuart Major assists confused Lisa Keith in Algebra II. The Academic Scene ""'11m- Z 'm 70 Adrian Matthews, Cheryl Silvey, and Kristi Coleman relax by reading magazines in the library. Troy Massey develops film for the yearbook. at Ta W '7-- W., 'J VW sf ww- ' ,. ..: A-f Xe cl A r ' .. X -, 5 'vmlumi 5' , - 'S Q ,E Q Q. k-- - k .- .Q K 5, ., .r . Ken Flood and Kendra Lopez spend their extra time in the library. o ' s ' ? 9 u I I I ,rr N E ii we 3 ilX+ K N X x 9 fx X XY WEN X .S X5 X :ww i 2 , D .... 'E X Skgiwi 1 ef S i fb K X R or A fa w, iik, K 3, X WR Ff ' K 15, e e e ' low' .ivy . Y 5 r i i if xii if Y Debbie Constable Ccenterj performs in a mock wedding ceremony for groom Kevin Kaczmarek and Becky Uttecht. Above right: Doug Dalton and Jannett Leggett feed each other wedding cake at the reception that followed the ceremony. Dee Simpson and Rene Monarez 72 play the mother and father of the mock bride, Angie Stone Qcenterj. PRO T OF THE ALT 1 All 93, yt , 9 Lf 'ff Q 1 f .mqm W, 44 ,S r .- A I is :. ', M .-r.- 1 - strr '- . K H .sk. :R 3 l ' ' fvf fl' 9 M 32,51 wx , S 41 , ,,.. A ,,, 7 Members of the jury, Angela Daily Andrea Furness, and Chris Petrick listen carefully in order to make a decision in the mock court case Mrs. Marilyn Jonhst0ne's class Aaron Willis humors the jury In an attempt to defend his client. WW i IQWMD Ever Wonder who... ...keeps your records in order? ...reads the announcement daily? ...pays school bills and expenses? Did you ever wonder who is behind the education scene at your school? Well, here's time to meet some of those unrecognized treasures that you appreciate but not necessarily know personally. They keep the school, faculty, and students on their toes. Thanks ladies! Without you we're lost! Jlillrs. Zahtila lllrs Zahtila works as the registrar technition at T.lI.S. She worked in the main office as a secretary for H years until she was promoted in January of '88. "Before I worked very little with the students, now I can sit down and help them." TWSQQWQ iililrs.. Iiillott lllrs. Illatt has been a secretary in the main offic for three years. lllatt enjoys the variety of work that she does and the fact that it is so busy that time goes by quickly. "The people I work with and the kids I talk with help me enjoy my job." IDDIQIQ.. artim lllrs. lllartin has been thu book keeper at T.l-I.S. for 14 years. She keeps all the records of financial spendings for all of the departments and she does i' very well. She enjoys her work but not when it all comes at once. "I like my job as well as the people I work-with." Eillrs.. ate lllrs. Bate is the principles secretary. She handles all of his calls and appointments. She also handles payroll and personell records for the school employees. She enjoys watching the distric improve through time. "T.l-I.S. is a nice place to work." fainter l'l'lrs. Bainter is the Data Entrg Clerk for T.l-l.S. She has worked here for ll gears. l-ler duties include, rearranging schedules, changing addresses of former students, and making sure all students have advisors. "I have never had ang had experiences." V. . mrs.. Bleed Illrs. Reed has run the Social Studies Resource Center as a secretarg to the staff and students for the past five gears. She reallg enjogs librarg and secretarial work. "I like the kids. I get along with them and reallg like helping them," sags Reed. Verneice Bainter, Anne Reed, Lisa Brown, Bar- bara Armstrong, Gene- vieve Bayles Jllillrs.. notion -I Il'lrs. Brown has been secretarg to the councelors for the part 21 gears. Due to her job duties, she gets to meet a lot of students. Brown has been dedicated to T.H.S. and we would like to commend her 21 gears of hard work. "lTlg longevitg in the district is due to the fact that l love mg job." lllllrs. lilragolsitromg mrs. Rrmstrong is Clerk for the Rrt Resource center. She does a lot of book work, and checks equiptment and books out to the students and teachers. She has been with T.H.S. for 13 gears. Rrmstrong likes the varietg of tasks her job requires. "I have met a great group of people." rs.. Eagles lllrs. Bagles has been with T.H.S. since 1972, but she just became a Records Clerk in September of'87. 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XX V i W I i V XY X Xl lxl X X 'Af Floats are given last minute touchups ' before they line up for the parade. 6 Q g Lkkf xfr l-I-l'II-lI.I-Ill in Homecoming week brings about l spirit and support of all Thornton fans. The week's activities - including the powder puff game, the parade, hippy day, blue and I white day, and surfer day were ' , based around the theme "Wipe Out ' . Westy". The week concluded with a resounding victory over the I Warriors to complete the wipe out. ,F ll II Il'Il ll Ill, Senior, Jeff Myers, displays his feminine form at the powder puff game. 1 , 1 xx V'Ii"Nf 81 1 X Lf' it X4 ', Mike Bush and Megan Hendley ride high to promote the homecoming dance. . I L N Qliilfzxi in ' so 'il it g i 'ffl fl Members of the various foriegn language clubs work to put the finishing touches on their second place winning float. 82 Seniors Katie Gray, Paul Kowalis, Scott Pachello, Tammy Paplow and Randy Black display their pride during the homecoming parade. The chant, "Wipe Out Westy" is the song of the day for Kristen Thomatos, Charity Conrad, David Beasly and Lee Bashore as they ride the sophomore class float. Q e H, ffgjyi, MX . "Ny Aim- .tvd Lii1D'l-5 1 Smile, lt' Spirit Week Katie Gray uses senior intimidation on under- classman Jossette Flood. Aaron Navarette,10,and John Robinson,ll, go "surfin' roundi' during spirit week. 11 y 22 41 if 'Hsin Q C 2 Tammy Paplow stands back to critique Bob Cooganis batting technique. Chris Carpenter, Brian Cordova, Don Nelson, and Jeff Myers flaunt their girlish figures during the Powder Puff game. N. '-15'h., on wwe exif Amber Schwartz pre- pares homecoming ban- ner during spirit week. 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Staff members crushed the council with some powerful hits that scattered members of the powder puff teams who were trying to get in some extra practice on the field before their big game. fr t.. ,. mlm WWQLI Class of '88' goes 2-O A strong senior powder puff football defense shut down the juniors to help lead the class of '85 team to a 22-0 victory over the juniors. With the throwing aims of Debb Kreutzer and Nikki Mullen at quarterback for the seniors and gre plays by Cindy Comett and Denise Roybal they kept their record at 2- in powder puff because of a victoii as juniors last year over the class o l87 I . 'Z ,ak 'ht Mala? ar ' 'i' 1 r Q ,, Anfon V all . , ' ',,, ga ' , 1 'H it M' I 'nga N . . . . .z,p,w.M,,.,4,, .,.t Junior Lisa Keith straight arms M mwyvxvpl p 2 I, y senior Annette DeHerrera, but to no 3 as avail. i W' Miss Nancy MacDonnell concentrates hard on Principal WiIsey's pitch. The result was her third of many strikes. H in Q annum.. d ., ! ,, ,,,,AA M .S AVF? ? i , ww e . I ' QQ ,Ai Seniors Jeff Myers, Don Nelson, Chris Carpenter, Brian Cordova, and Tim Hammel show both beauty and the beast. is ii.. C C an S ,K isfwk' ns Nw ar, A .agp Senior Annete DeHerera goes on an end around for a gain for the seniors. I , 4 Q4 W ff W" . "4 , if if i Vw' MZ.. ,Y at , ,V Q ,W A, 4 , Ing I yi flag aff , an M -- Vrr f -,Mita V- i,V,V Senior Kristi Klien tackles junior Pam Kellison for a big loss in the third quarter. 1-wwf 'Slay 354' fs IN, I M fe 1 'Mlm ,- VV Q' ' 2, Q X esty Winged- ut 28-3 Scott Durland 1771, and Dee Wall 1491, stuffs Westys running back. Scott Durland 1771, Rob Finn 1991, and Dee Wall 1491, stop Westys drive. Billy Gonzales 1261, runs for 20 yards after intercepting the ball. WIFE- UT By Janelle Cepeda The wave came October 9th, when the forceful Thornton Trojans wiped-out the wimpy Westy Warriors 28-3 during the Thornton homecoming game. Nick Adams 1421, ran for a two yard touchdown to give the Trojans a 7-O lead in the first quarter. In the third quarter, Chad Wilson 171, ran in the end zone with a quarterback sneak to give the Trojans a 14-3 lead. With 7:23 into the second half, Nick Adams caught a pass for a touchdown on a fourth down, to give the Trojans a 21-3 lead. Matt Shaw scored a 9- yard touchdown to give Thornton a 28-3 lead with 4:24 left in the fourth quarter. Although the wind slowed Thornton in the first half, the Trojans gained momentum and swept past Westminster bringing the victory to their homecoming fans. 91 Suzy Jackson and Pam Kellison congratulate newly crowned duchess, Ingrid Sundberg. Wind Cheers and Tear Homecoming Is Made Of These Billy Gonzales, 49926, runs back an No one gets past the Trogan defensive wall as interception for a considerable distance. they nail a Westy running back for a huge loss. 92 Both defensive ends, Scott Durland and Tim Hoffman, sack the Westy quarterback Poms, Julie Cook, Tracy Sogi and Jami Bell cheer the team to victory while trying to keep warm on the sidelines. 93 N S -,Sufi We 1 1' Q ,M www... L, "1-'vi af ,,. 1 Q-.- V W5 142-1 gg if Q Nfl x ,D 4 Maw , 7 A I If 55 Q Q iffy ' H z V: ,W ,,M, f V-Q'Q'Q4 Y il ' Y-Q? B71 ? " www f' " 1 all -- J Q, 6 ugxs J gf X 6? 1 gm A, K A .nw 65 wwf aa 355 fb ESCEN ' P is-Qfo af gff UF TH , ,W K M fi A X' whwfwwff f 'f ' H Lisa Lalono, Kim Saga , and Shawna Kendra Lopez, Vign enjoy their Xnnch hour ff!! ine commons. Q X x 5 .A 2355. . J -wage: if x C 0 8 ,S yBroosan T b k d D V p h t b through the classified ads for a used The juniors, in the middle of the scene, anticipate the recognition and respect they will encounter in their senior year. , ,K V ,7 i Vi' A Gift i xy! ' 'fri i X' if ! I Val Arbizu and Bob Arieta share a private joke. Rod Garcia and Renee Milner talk together in the commons after lunch. UNIOR HANGI G OUT Scott Lozano and Glenn Warden engage ln a conversation in the commons Pompon girls Mercedes Robles and Julie Cook support the basketball team at a home game. lu, muslim owl dl Your slill lrblldw 100' im Joiner catches a breath after wrestling iractice. kimee Sherette expresses herself with surpressed motion. aim Q,,IijQjf,if-5-W C X 1 E Becky Ahrens and Jenny Edwards enjoy some free time in the commons. 101 April Abeyta Eugene Acosta Rebecca Ahrens Sharla Ailes Michelle Alexander W Lee Ames Kimberly Andersen Corey Andersen Kasey Anderson Scott Anderson Andrea Anglada Thomas Apps Angela Aragon Valerie Arbizu Michael Archuleta Ann Armitage Christien Armstrong James Arroyo Shawn Arroyo Christopher Arscott Janet Asay John Asay Donna Ashbrook Corey Atkins Thomas Atwood Russell Austin Brina Avila Kelli .lea Axtman Food Frenzie "We're onl the junior class, not McDonalds." On the demands of the Croyvd it at the concession stand dunng home games. Miss Maty Conyers mwmmf 'QA W 4 4 -.. ,v f. I si F A X s ' 5 rg A . 5 ff I Darcy Babbel Rodney Bader Melaney Bak Jennifer Baker Leslie Baker Theresa Baker Kimberly Banks Richard Barela Keith Barker Debra Barney Glen Barnt Sherry Barr Monica Barragan Pete Bata Matthew Bates Michelle Batten Margaret Beal Debbie Le Beall Nancy Bean Mindi Bechard Mark Beckett Stephanie Beger Bruce Belich Jami Bell Crystal Berger Craig Berkmyre Rhonda Bethea Richard Bickford .EEN amrtsg 521145, NTUNS BOOL! " Scott Whitney as 'Gumby' Posed with Scott Whitney, as Gumby is Jamie Bell, and Lisa .r' David Bierwirth Frank Bird Darrin Black Elizabeth Black Tom Blackman Carol Blair Sherry Block Tina Bochert John Bojan Marcy Bollig Don Bonney Jean Bottomley Jerred Bours Joann Bowman Kimberly Boyers Bertha Bozworth Jeannine Bradley Dawna Brady Jonathan Brahmer Todd Branan Gayle Brandenburg Deena Brant Sheri Brewer Gavin Britton Donald Brooks Alan Todd Brothersen Alexis Brown Donna Brown Sherry Brown Gerald Browning f Debra Bruce Ronnie Brumley Natalie Bryn Candice Bucher Wendy Buck Scott Bulis Lori Burke Denise Burton Darrell Bush Kevin Bush Michael Bush Christopher Butler Tammy Buzard Derrick Bye Jeffrey Byers Tracy Cabana Susan Calhoun Xavier Calvillo Suzanne Camara Leann Campbell Neal Campbell Scott Campbell David Carabajal Roxanne Carpenean Traci Carpenter Jamie Carson e we X xv - " K - hge . Q ggi - , , , if 1 S K ,t,: Q' X Q , i ei X 2 N t A X Q C 'eff fi Qgiilii - l S iw QQ Ringing in theYear by Helena Ardholm Class rings have been sold annually in the commons by Balfour Inc. The sales representative stated that the selling is going well THS is an enthustiastic school and that he enjoys working here. He has been selling rings for 13 years and is very familiar with the market Their biggest enemy 1S Zales but he estimates Balfour to have 8022 of the high school market Class rings are a long honored tradition that seem to be in demand no matter the cost The average ring may range from S60-S300 I ll . 9 ll ll ' 'I ' 7 . . . . Tammy Casas Roman Castro Krista Causey Angie Chambers ' r ' Jeannie Chaves -A i James Chavez J L g Marlene Ching ff A Q Q as 4 T' I Q, X0 X . ., xx Qi ' 24 ,- -, 31 3 s Heather Childers Joshua Chopper Michelle Clayton Shanon Clevenger Wendy Coan Denise Codding Candice Coleman Cindie Collins Russell Conder Judy Dawn Conlon Robert Coogan Julie Cook Elizabeth Corbett Jerre Lyn Corbin ., Q N Denise Cordova ' Diane Corley i t 1 - + r. r'-: I Melinda Corwin Marlo Cosby Walter Coventry Mary Cowan N lrr M .T Shawna Cordova --.. . SNS -6 E Jason Cox ,X Jeff Cox L X Angella Crain X it Charles Craven , "N Carlo Crockom ga Charles Cronin :N,, I -- Laura Crosby X Robert Cruz --sf .Q 'Aff Jennifer Cullnan ' A . t K Craig Curry J in . , Q ' get Roxanne Custer W4 A Paul Cutsinger ., J- Benjamin Dahlmar S " J' . A ..ii Eric Daniels 'I Donald Davenport , Neil Davis Stacy Davis : William Day .ts ,A Denise Delgado f. i Catherine Dennis Sonja Dewey - A is it we ll t x C ik Q N .. ,, X X 1 Q s Theresa Dick Diane Dickey 'iiii T Thomas Dieatrick '- Amy Diesburg A w T. . , 'lx 'S Leonard Dittman f ' if b :D 5 if David Dietz ' A H . - f ik X I Yolanda Dock f Gettin It Together "Building our float was not only fun, but also brought us closer together" Juniors, Andrea Furniss I Tanesha Sullivan I The work crew of Tanesha Sullivan, Andrea Furniss, Tomi Tikkanen, Trent Harr, Jim Farris, Anthony Fernandez, and Chris Garcia lend a hand in building the junior float, or at least holding up the sign. I Q? 'S' use as s we Q H 2 526 553 XI ,,.,-,, 2 V+ :Wir ,,,, W sf 4 1, at X 1, t l Q 3 tt ix Q sq tg .4 , , r s s 9 X 'Y at xt + QMS X Q ' f sift t at ni D mm X f is it if f F N x it .t 'ii y Q' . is if F F -Qc is 5 Q - U .5 E I S ite , S X QE ' A as . 5 X . .,,. ..,L, X li 5.5- 9:2 1 :.et ' . Et- 5 A ss X ' as St V xo! 1 X as 3 5 v I if .1 J. -. S qw . fins. N.x5'5' Edward Domanski Melissa Drake Gretta Duba Robbie Duba Shannon Dueker Jason Duke Justin Duke Christina Duran Clifton Durlan Ken Earley Sarah Edleman Jennifer Edwards Martin Edwards Natalie Ekker Andrew Elmberger Karlyn Erner Frank Esposito Denise Estrada David Farnsworth Tawnya Fechner Teresa Fekany Jana Ferrari James Ferris Michael Fitch Joanne Flaherty Deborah Fleagle Heather Fleshman Scott Fletcher lrwin Fletcher Josette Flood Fidel Flores Shane Forbis Lori Ford Gregory Foster Richard Freiberg Desi Fresquez Douglas Fryer Wardell Fuller Andrea Furniss George Gallegos Lance Gallegos Manuel Gallegos Chemaine Garcia Christopher Garcia Melanie Garcia Scott Garcia Steven Garcia Veronica Gardunio Cindy Garrett Kim Garrett Stephanie Gaudian Jared Gehle Dolores George Kevin Glenn Franki Gomez Billy Gonzales Would You Leave Your Car Alone By Cindy Comctt Are the parking lots at Thomton good enough for your car? Many students have many different opinions. Some feel that the parking lots just aren't safe enough for their cars. When one enters the parking lots they tend to slow down so that the pot holes, which can't be missed, don't bend their wheels. "Pot holes are very expensive to get filled, and we don't exactly have a personal budget for the parking lot." stated Dean, Bette Caricato. Any student that wishes to park in any of the parking lots must have a parking sticker. The stickers cost 3.75 per car for the whole year, which doesn't leave too big of a budget for the parking lot. The stickers are used for David Gordon Nicholas Gotelaere Yvonne Gothard Ranee Grayson Sammie Green Sam Green Troy Greeno Andrea Gregg Angela Grewell Kent Grewell Mark Griego Daniel Hackbarth Tamera Haggerty David Hagin Jason Hammond Mary Harper Monica Haro Trent Harr J " Darrell Harrelson Adam Harris Wendy Harrold , . ' ' ' ,:s. :suit I , , , W Robert Hastings Maryanne Haupt Kymm Hayes Matthew Heater Lisa Heath Lisa Heckford Andrea Helfrich g . ,,-r. i many different reasons. One is so that' when a student leaves their headlights or parking lights on they can be notified much easier then if they didn't have a parking sticker. Another reason for the sticker is to keep juniors out of the senior parking lot, with the sticker it is easier to recognize whether or not a student is a junior or a senior. The stickers also cut down on some of the car thefts. It is easier to detect whether or not a person is from Thomton when they ,tiitllii lggk? M kk Q pull into the parking lot if they have z sticker, so people who are not suppose to be here such as thieves will not be permitted into the lot. When you think about it the parking lots are a privilege and shoul be treated like it. There are many schools that do not offer student parking, fortunately ours does. " It's a parking lot, and it's better than walking across the street." concluded junior, Chris Benjamin. , 5 1, 1 ,N , 52- t .lv , S Q xg N X X in X Y N Q X . ,. , f 4' To - , ag , . Q as mm a we'-" , , . . j st 5 5 r' E 3 ...ss ' + , we . Megan Hendley Barbara Hendrickson Christopher Herman Diedre Herman Russell Herman Darlene Herrara Deirtre Hiatt Jason Hilton Bradley Hoeben Shellie Hoff Joel Hoffman Sheila Hoffman Charly Hoge Kathleen Holt Scott Hooper Melissa Hoover Rhonda Hop Eric Hotaling Ronald Hruby Cassie Hubert Richard Huck Jodi Huelle William Huff Wayne Hughes Heather Humphrey Stephen Huth Brian lmmel Elizabeth Irwin Eric Jackson Justin Jackson Stephanie Jackson Susanne Jackson Connie James Rebecca J anzen Julie Jaramillo Philip Jaramillo Jeffrey Jasper Jeffrey Jenkins Jennifer Jenkins Lewis Johnsen Craig Johnson Michael Johnson Scott Johnson Timothy Joiner Rodney Jones Steven Jones Wendi Jones Sherri Juarez Patricia Kalvoda Jennifer Karr Melissa Kaupp Brian Keenan Lisa Keith Pamela Kellison Shannon Kempter Dana Kennedy Shane Kenny William Ketchem Marsha Kimmel Jeannette King Shane Kingsley Pamela Kion Bryan Kirby Kristy Klein Raymond Klumker ll Tim Knettle Kevin Koepp Tonya Konrath Wendee Kotz Amy Kowalis Kami Kozachenko Kevin Kralian Kacy Kralicek Michael Kramlich Scott Kruger Dante Kubischta David Labella Michael Lacey Larissa Laguardia Roger Lalonde Kimberly Lange Mary Larson Curtis Lewis Thomas Lindeman Tamara Lindsay Ron Linenberger Michael Lombardi Lydia Lomeli Catherine Lookingbill Amy Lopez Kendra Lopez Leandro Lopez Clint Losli Heather Louder Lisa Lozano Scott Lozano Denise Lucero Lance Lucero Tana Lucero Melissa Lundquist Crystal Lutgens James Lutter Karen Lynch Jaquelle Lynn Lisa Lyon Elizabeth MacDonald Rosa Isel Marquez Stephen Martin Tiffany Martin John Martindale Alfy Martinez Benjamin Martinez I w ff3Wg.,gt " A, .4 essu 3 Y 'S Q' 0 X, 64. ,ZZ s f EE? -S w,Q ' sf L - M f gf J - T .QM 'fttifiiw V' t . iiilff' 1 , . ,s.,:. ...Q r , ,I ..,- , his K ,Q ,- ,ggradstii Q H 4 T is kits S x 'Si 'Q 5 QNX is X X 7 1 rl QR 5 0 f Q 1 :fri-I,- tt: cu.: t -at k - .. : te -- 5e.51wN5t! ,:wws at K ,Lt .J i be its , -e - e fi . J .wr 1 qgffifr' :uw qgww-3,W S x , ,aa .r --w. L .r sv X m .gif V I : Wm , . .Nw .J. E 7? a t x Q 2 ' ' J K l . l i', 5 wk 5 l s k 5 ei Q Q li Q: 5 .p ..cE.f, L L if gfgii-Eifpiafi :iii QT Qi..k T FSE l' x S 1 S L if , S W - Show off or just Transportation By Larry Barton Students at Thornton High drive to school for a number of reasons. Whether it is to avoid the inconvenience and monotony of riding the bus or to show their friends what kind of car they have. Students either drive their own cars, or borrow their parents. In most cases they have their own because they have to drive to work or their parents want them to have one. At Thomton there are an assorted number of vehicles, ranging from pick- ups, musclecars, sportscars and the usual type of automobiles that the students drive. Some of the cars students have are bought by the parents,but the parents expect some sort of repayment,such as: good grades, to excel in a sport, or to take care of the car and pay for any damages that they cause to it. "It's nice to have your parents buy you a car, but they expect a heck of a lot in return,"stated junior Scott Kruger. 1' Most of the students buy their own car. They like the sense of ownership and the responsibility that goes with owning it. "I like having my own car. You can do what you want to do with it and you don't have to worry about asking your parents for money in order to dress it up,"said Senior Troy Hagaman. fl! 029,21 o el? K if E i are , ili xbfm 1 yi N S Y - . Q U -'1- A -- . -f - X .SQ 'S ali i X as S S Carrie Martinez Daniel Martinez Geno Martinez Gina Martinez John Martinez Lawarance Martinez Lisa Martinez Martin Martinez Michelle Martinez Nick Martinez Reyna Martinez Timothy Martinez Bernadett Mascarenas Kristina Mascaarenas Troy Massey Paula Matt Amy Mazzotti Meredith Mcbroom Melissa McDaniel T.J. McGrath Robert Mclntosh Robert McKee Jr. Paul McKinney Timmie McNabb Toby McNabb Grace McNeil Scott McPeak Roxann McVay by Rhonda Bcthca Yvonne Camara, campus supervisor, monitors the progress of 35 students at Thornton.These students have a history of attendance and academic problems. Her job as a shadow is to make sure these students attend their classes. "You'll never know when I'll be there." warns Camara. "But when I'm th re, you d better be there! Camara also stresses the importance of participating in class to these students. I realize that sometimes these kids will go to class and just take up space. admitted Camara. However, by having the students turn in progress reports they realize where they stand grade wise, and what they need to do to pass. Many students benefit from the shadow program others do not and have to withdraw But that s not the idea of the shadow program. The idea is to keep kids in class. stressed Camara. Maurice Means Lisa Mearsha Tracy Mercer Nikki Meredith Janelle Meyer Donna Milan Chris Millen Tina Miner ' Carol Milton - - Wayne Mitchell " ' Patricia Mohler rr-rtr - Renee Milner 0 'gifs 23? 'R I f' vs: K s R J Glenda Mondragon H Natlee Montoya Sheri Montoya Cynthia Moore Jeanne Moore -1 3 ,. :yy Brenda Morales Troy Morgan Mark Morganti 3 if Jeffrey Moore ri Sy X W it J if Ron Morris Jorja Morrison Cindi Moya Julie Mueller Jennifer Mulroy Dionne Murray Michael Narum ara s 3 AQ sr if Sex Q 1 r! X . .L M- jf - .. Rai 5 t ,p 4, gh, its . E W ' E B Y ik: J ESE 3" ff- X5 ,gr :EN .4 C. 4 if es v F 1 L 5. .f J, + i " Nw? task 35 -wx 4 of X -. PS. 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X sg as S Y " 7 Debra Neiswonger Brian Nelson Krista Neuendorf Christine Neuman Hien Ngo Brandy Nichols Sondra Noffsinger Kelly Norton Conrad Nuanes Dawn Olivas Michelle Olivieri Dawn Ontis Stacey Ortiz Jeffrey Osborn Cherisse Osenbaugh Ellyse Oster Heath Owens Jeffrey Paal Deann Pacheco April Padilla Robin Padilla Troy Padilla Amy Palmer Dawn Parker Penny Parker Richard Parker Scott Parker Eyvon Parsons James Pennetta Kyle Penunuri Felix Perea Mark Perry Patrick Peters Rusty Peterson Tracy Peterson Christine Petrick Garret Petty Bradley Pierce Tammy Pierce Kimberly Pierson Craig Piper Dawn Pokol Myko Polanycia Jacqelyn Popple Jamie Potts John Powers Michael Pratt Kim Prieto Jennifer Prosser Melinda Quinonez Tracy Quint Roman Rangel Dori Ratliff Kim Rawley Candace Reichow Audra Reid Dean Rhoadarmer Ray Rickstrew Scott Riedel Allen Rigaler Julia Rivera Renee Roberts Mercedes Robles Ana Rodriguez Raymond Rodriguez Troy Rodriguez Thomas Roller James Romero Janet Romero John Romero Teddy Romero Patsy Romo Jonathan Roth Chandra Rowland Lina Rumery Todd Rupple Deanne Rushing Kellee Ryan Rasha Sage William Saindon Joseph Salazar Douglas Salemi Tameka Salis Mary Sammon Darlene Sanchez Glenn Sanchez David Sanders Melvin Sandoval Steve Santogango Anthony Satriano Monique Sawyer Lisa Schafer Melissa Schilreff Kirk Schilthuis Theresa Schnapp Heather Schoenberger Misti Schutt Cheryl Scifres Jeffrey Scott Glenn Sell Jason Shaver Randy Sikkink Stacey Simpson Marianne Skribina Tracey Sogi Chad Soliz Daniel Sosa Carrie Spencer Brian Spracklin Desiree Stanley Jason Stanley Victor Stanley .t,. ,1-' i J .Q :SQ J J t, x so S sh t Q S K tg -. . gi:-, . - .-, , , X 5 H t ' 5 JS '27 'gf' , X X X Y . to lt fl - 1 , s,tt,-., -' -f 'D ' S 'at . - - ' 'D si ss lf .-.st ..: .. .., eQ::'::f,:.:.s g. 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Chris Garcia puts in his time Walling on his father during the Lori Starr William Steinberger Chad Stephen Trisha Stephens Christine Stepien Kimberly Stigall Jeffrey Stockley Tyde Stohler Robert Streeks Christopher Stuberg Tanesha Sullivan Ingrid Sundberg Kimberly Swart Allison Swope Michael Talbot Jennifer Tallman Tami Taylor Tammie Teater Nicholas Teti Patrick Thorne Ron Thorpe Calvin Thurman Christopher Tomloste Reshaun Tomsick Charles Torres Jennifer Trejo Dion Trujillo Pete Trujillo ra vera Trujillo J. J is . MM . .. 'WQMW ,, -- , .. ,,,,, -Wg """' 1 gf- YS1df0 Tflulllo f ' ,,rr:y I , ,, .,,gy, X if 7, , ,,,7, , my H ., , K WW i f Thomas Trumble ' ,,.' , H 'f ' , ' e ' ,, 1 ae ' fr ai ' 'fl -- vvvyy M 'J A '1" Q John Turner V . 2' gf Eg J ' 4 I ' , B ' T ' ff ' f J all - .J J , , ' , , gf 1 15 rian ustm 0 2 , , , I if J V , ,, .W .. Erik Tuttle ' ' L A 5' , , , f Douglas Tweedy , G I , A V ,,,..Z, V John Valdez ' V, E . gf -wg l f ' V l,,, - ' I U . 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' ' 'L , , f ' " H 5 f V ,- Z1 Q x fl? 1 x 2? N f J 1 ' ' Junior, Joshua Chopper puts on a happy face for the annual Halloween festivities. Q ! X X . NN X t i? , T3 5 X. r K, , s..f I 1 E- . 'i ' ..', 'LII . .i..: :q l f f' I .L:-, K , N .4 Qukl , Q. NQ' 2,2 Pi' i f .,., 'Q I it fl A sgialikhfigii fr l x ' 3- ' Q .. I ' . . x ' II 5 I? S +5 S 4 .:,: -2.-:: X -, N ,- i fi Lyle Wessel Karen Westin Brenda White James Widhalm Corinna Wilden Benjamin Williams Dan Williams Gary Williams Jennifer Williams Joseph Williams Aaron Willis Rudy Willrich Bo Willsey Jason Wilsey Donald Wiseman Laryce Witt Tami Wittich Sonja Wolanski Dana Wolverton April Wood Maylin Woods James Wyckoff David Yoshida Brian Yunker Lynne Zastrocky Lucinda Zerr Delfinia Zuniga 1 benefit from doing it. They would you. If we take the time to learn for Homework ' ratherube doingsomething better with an hour or two a day we are bettering what H Clneworkf? t2e1rt1r1Fe.hBut1f yiou think about it, ourselves. We become aware of what B Kathleen Cmwfom t ey on y ave so ong to learn, then we enjoy or dont enjoy. So if we Y they have to put what they ve leamed take the extra step to succeed we can to use. have a job we enjoy and can do our Where do students do their u Some of us will have good best. homework, how much time is spent IObS Of bad .l0bS, iI'S TCHHY UP IO on it? A Thomton High School student feels that the radio, T.V. or something on making noise helps her study. Kim Stigall junior stated, "When I study the T.V. and radio are both on. It helps me to study, because I can't concentrate when it's all quiet." In a general study Thornton High School students spend an hour or two on their homework a night, but very seldom more. Students go to school for seven hours, tive days a week, who wants to go home and do more? Students have better things to do like, "I would rather play sports and sleep than go home and do homework,"commented Kelli Cornett a sophomore. What the students don't realize is that they are the ones who s Homework creates laughter in Lisa Keith, Tracy Sogi, Julie Cook,and Andrea Gregg. Danny Abbott Jared Acker Gene Acosta Kimberly Anderson Angela Aragon Janet Asay Brina Avila John Baca Keith Barker Sherry Barr Jenny Beach Bruce Belich Christine Benjamin Shane Bergh Dawn Bienek Jerred Bours Deena Brant Don Brooks Shawn Brown Debra Bruce Natalie Bryn Candy Bucher Ron Bundy Denise Burton Derrick Bye Suzanne Camara Traci Carpenter Roman Castro L :M- Senror Shana Cunningham and Junior Elizabeth Black leave an FHA convention loaded down with new information. Laurie Walters, dressed in her Halloween attire. V' z Waits. Joshua Chopper Jeff Coriell Michelle Corley Melinda Corwin Angela Dailey Eric Daniels Neil Davis William Day Diane Dickey Amy Diesburg Gretta Duba Natalie Ekker Denise Esetrada Anthony Fernandez J : : . B' X , :A . ' Mike Fitch Scott Fletcher Sandra Fogel Shane Forbis Greg Foster Xavier Galvillo Chemaine Garcia Dianne Golbesky Billy Gonzales Sam Green Troy Greeno Andrea Gregg Bernadette Hamel W Chris Harrison Don Bonney exposes his legs to the photographer at the l987 Powder Puff game. Aaron Willis finds amusement in reading the teen publication ' "Seventeen," 119 Maryanne Haupt Barb Hendrickson Christopher Herman Lisa Hernandez Mary Higby Brad Hoeben Kathie Holt Richard Hunter Paul Hurtado Connie James Craig Johnson Paula Johnson Scott Johnson Rodney Jones Steven Jones Katrina Kauffman Shannon Kempter Wendee Kotz David Labella Jeff Larios Curtis Lewis Laura Lewis Lydia Lomeli Kendra Lopez Jacqueline Lovato Elizabeth Maldonado Tiffany Martin Carrie Martinez Lisa Martinez Kris Mascarenas Timmy McNabb Scott McPeak Cynthia Moore Wendy Moore Mark Morganti Michelle Newell Jeff Osborn Cher Osenbaugh Heath Owens Troy Padilla Michael Pearcy Dawn Pokol jamie Potts Cathy Quinn Kim Rawley Shane Reinert Scott Riedel John Robinson Mercedes Robles Ana Rodriguez Kellee Ryan Glenn Sanchez Anthony Satriano Heather Schoenberger J oe Shimpfky Aimee Shurette Craig Sisneros Marianne Skrbina Dawn Smith Kim Stigall Jennifer Swenson Jennifer Trejo Randall Trickler Brian Tustin Scott Van Sickle Jodi Vergith Shawna Vigil Steve Villaneuva Karen Vogt Dee Wall Samuel Ware Kathleen Watkins Dawn Weese Chris White David Yoshida Brian Yunker 4 , 1 5 W , W ,E ,Z Juniors Tim Joiner David LaBella Ricky Freiburg and Don Bonney perfect examples of the variety of faces at T.H.S V "W 2 ',," 5.,, , Hz-. Above: Billy Gonzales and Troy Padilla show off the result of their poise. lngrid Sundberg and John Daddario enjoy their conversation together in the commons area. 4350 359 Ann Lysek. Kim Boyers, Susan 122 Robinson, Sara Wilmot, and John LeFevre group together in the commons for the photographer. Q 69 ,- I 4 s Lb ,.Z: 1 J 13.353, s '--- I, I x N3 sp- - -W-'Nao' ..,,. use T .Qat-.xiii Y ii X l .: N-...,,, X . iw +A-X 'K Wig ef .,., ,,,, ' if l .4w""" A few of the boys gather for a friendly card game in the upper commons during u lunch break. .W f i a s e .Q- X x 3 ts. mix- .w 1 . ..., - Sara Edlcmun expresses her enthusiasm in studing her homework. Khalid Muhzimmud tukes Ll break from the books by pulling on his headset. 123 R Q sex s E N5 . S S N JN N42 BEGINNING T1HI3f3CHEPJEi Sm F ,LfLif,Q.jQJ EM 21? Na EQ' 052185, xl xx, Q15 53 5 2jQ3fSNiK 9 .QYRJ XEAY C0 Q3 fu Q RI Q6 0 S' ,YN iw H X O + QQ lxhx AxlIXf?YLAL5 V ,Wi W hw, ,, , fS J A, J Gllhf dJ Ri Qi' fvQ? ,? ,g4f LTI k h ., A .1 ' 'uf ' f h d h Q0 VERY? Q55 ,Mc L f J 3 F lwixig Mg X2 As the sophomores begin the scene at THS they start as followers, and have high hopes of becoming leaders in their returning years llll Illllflll T2 TQDQDU ED ME On the average, there A f A ' ' f A should be one set of twins B for every eighty births in ' ' ' the United States. At THS there are approxitmately ten sets of twins, which is slightly below the average. It is a popular thought that twins who go to the same school do not get along with one another, but this appears not to be true at THS. Cheerleaders Lisa and Ann Morelli have nothing against being together to cheer for the school. Teri and Sheri Skinner may be twins, but they obviously are different people. There are many sets of twins at THS, but all of them are unique in their own way. by Charly Hoge below Sheri and T ,HRX LN i l W oy Xi k , f R 'X Qi wifi? PX W N65 xi X345 QQ by by 0 ttt fr 126 tl as m 'Z' fr, 55 vs li W P L Paul Bernal, Deanne Rodriguez, Jennifer Lyons and Tanya McDonald laugh together in the commons. Z My 4. Q' 11 Q' 'W et, f- I , M if V if - 7, if . ' M ' ,L if G I L 'A , I ,gp K , Q, M f 7 f W, Hi :nnifer Tallmen, Ben Wilmot and Ann Lysek talk together utside before class. Tony Martinez and Desmond Fulton show off their new friend. Jason McMahill stares off while surrounded by friends. Gerald Adam Jeff Ainscough Steve Akita Rodney Alarid Sean Alexander Michelle Alexander Laurie Alloway Oscar Almeida Lanette Amen Louis Amitrano Jody Anderson Lon Anderson Kevin Anisimow Michael Ansley Athena Aragon Christopher Aragon Wanda Arbo Patrick Archuleta Robert Arrieta Jonathan Ashton Michelle Ayala Melissa Bacon Jeffrey Bailey Katherine Barker Aimee Barnes Heidi Bartholomew Matthew Barton Lee Bashore ' ff .,VVQ:,fzi.1,,'f W i f A A 1 f fv ,f 2? 12 W, . J. . 'fi " I Q' ,, ..,, 9? W X V vw w g: 9' 'MTI fi i,', 1 , I W, H ' ' f , ,. Wifi fy 'sa ,fy , - , f I If am , , 4 M ,, V,,V , ,f ., V 'i , VVVV ' ' , V fi ,,,,, ' ' " 5 f W 2 W -i 'Vi i ff 4' Z ' i f f , - Y 2 ,ini i . ' A, a A B ' W' l if iff. Q L' su? A 1 ' , . V A fVj,2yW ",' i it it :., V A , :.: is 1 is iiea I F -2 V - v- - f Q ' ' 2 ff V+ 1 I , 2 , If ,,Vf Sli ' Y f l 'wtf :Q , W f I W ct fs. fa. W, s , H Q tv 4, 8 , 4 QIOIWWIC' vw Av Q A H ,f ,y,, .IAAZ E Li ,V,V , """ , I V ,, .,, VVVV ., I J , , In .W A Q. , - f ll' H ,. 5, ,Q E ' ,4 i',, ' X, 'V X tt Q - Carried Wa ith S irit P Jeff Larios, one of the more decorative football fans in the stands. W 753 Q f J 1 I , M 12? 4- , Q Q 1 7 W ff i 2 W Z, W1 ' wg? 7 1 if fx Xa fx 1251 ' ef O. 5 42 "' 'KW I . es.r W ... " 39 . 'V C . ua- ,, W 11 "" V, . L , 5 " ' f- if 'A . ' nv ., Q :rf , - , ' - 'I 4 , , V,-,M H Q . 6 if , ' JN ' . 'ia .ski-I " 1:1 ht N ' 9 f ' .. , , f ' -. a t V , -EE , Kerri Bayens David Beasley Tammie Bendt Cecilia Bernal Scott Bertolotto Jeremy Bettis Vance Bicknell William Blackburn Jr Ann Blair Rachelle Blanchard Vanessa Blankis Michelle Blount Tonya Blue Kerri Bodle Robin Bogart Scott Boldra Dawn Bonds Arthur Botello Timothy Bowles Raymond Bowser Rhonda Brandt Charles Brannan Vernon Braswell Robert Brindle Corey Bruce Robert Bruno Brenda Bryant Michelle Bryn "Teacher, I Gotta Go" by Charly Hoge Don't be embarrassed, it happens to everyone. It happens in the classroom where you have already used the bathroom pass hundreds of times when you are not really going to the bathroom. The problem is . . . this time your excuse is real. It all begins with a subtle hint from your body, telling you plainly to go get the bathroom pass. Quickly that hint becomes a demand, and you look wildly around to find the teacher who can give you the much-needed pass. Of- course, however, the teacher is busy helping Suzi Creamcheese with her grade even though Suzi Creamcheese has an A+ in this class. So you wait patiently, and every second seems to become an hour. You desperately hope that nothing happens that you will regret for the rest of your life, but you know you are running out of time. Finally, the teacher is finished. Your near-eternal wait is over. You fly up to the desk and ask hopefully for the cherished bathroom pass. Of course, the pass is out of the room, with some schmuck who obviously understands none of your agony. You seem to wait for another several hundred years. Finally, the pass comes back, and the teacher hands it to you with a funny look. Freedom at last! You make a new land speed record to the bathroom. You have just been saved from an experience you know you could never live down. 2 Misty Burnett Shelby Burroughs Daniel Butler Chris Cahill Ileta Caraghar Samuel Cardillo April Carey Michael Carlson Melissa Carrizales Cody Case Steven Case Amy Cason Michael Castillo Steed Celio Shari Chalmers Rita Chavez Tia Christiansen Calter Clapham Crystal Cobb Brian Cogil Lisa Cogil Kristen Coleman Charity Conrad Christine Conway Summer Conwell Michael Cook Kimberly Corbin Lisa Cordova Kelli'Cornett Kim Cosby Randy Cosby Christi Cottrell Alisa Courts Heather Craig Donald Creason James Crochet Nathan Dahlman Gabe Davis Shannon Davis Daniel DeJiacomo Lori DeLong Jennifer Deshazer Vincent Desoto Gino Decino Heather Dickes Billy Dickhausen William Dickinson Robert Diesburg Dawn Donlon Christopher Douglas Danny Doyscher Michelle Drew Leslie Dudek Michelle Dyer Steven Edelen Shad Edwards 1- 9 'S E S' K v ' X y X 3 zr- ir N ik X X R F cyll if 9 Q 3 QQ ,X 5 if lin f , "l'm here 4 hours a day and I'm at s Eastlake 2. Thornton needs longer class periods like Eastlake in classes l1ke photograph so you can get more Work done Sophomore, Troy Moore Shannon Edwards Tami Eigenberg Wendy Engels Kelly Enyart Estee Eppinger .lose Espinoza 7 I I 7 H I X N xx E Q x ix S X o 2 ,E 4 ' ' if X f .J Q3 i i R l s y ,i ,kk. .K s X . . Q S i' Q f Sh k """ yl n . 1 . l .iz f as il A ,F ,il M .Q 'aiu' H . ' - l' Q Fr we-36 my i 5 Q 'A' 1 1' S i ' p -rg. 1 rear: Q - sae. f i X N. ' X K 1 . X , ,... N N. ., 2 , , F 6 k i K ,.. ni , 4 1 it at ,, Kurt Essebaggers 2 - 1 'A' ' Troy Fabrizio Paula Faris Charlotte Farris Shawntul Fay Todd Ferstle Robert Fiala Tammy Finger . ..e:.. - - -i --Si - t 'fi' ' f ii i iii We 1' F be 5 li Robert Finn Brian Fish John Fitzsimmons R eeee :srf P " ,se k X' ix Q Q 3 Q ..,. 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Taping wrists and providing ieepaeks. are part of my responsibilities. Thank God I dont have to Work with feet!" Sophomore, Lisa Cogil . - .J- f.- Aw' ,7 James Hiller Richard Hitzeman Christopher Hodges John Hoffman Melissa Hood Jennifer Hooker Brent Hooper 2 3 J Z its ., Kai 5 ' ' Christopher Hopkins Shelly Horning Aimee Horst Ken Houpt David Humphries Jennifer Hunter 2 Elmer HunterJr. I Jennifer Huntington . ,,ft1., 3 f-- '-:fg Amanda Hurtado Dana Ikenberry J Philip Irwin Q -'gf Shawn Irwin ' K. ' Tanisha Jackson I t W" Christopher Jacobsen 1 Q if , ,,, , 'bil' W ' Amy Johnson N ,IV i ,-'i -i In A AAA- in , "if' "-' Kristine Johnston Jennifer Kaczmarek My 43 Z f? " ' Sl Scott Kalvoda Tanya Kennedy Thom Kerns Q 2 x f . Q ' 5 1 Q . ' Q, f -ea., , ig Q ,- sl ' N S , N N .h . h A , x Q, so A ig t N- ... 9511? si 'U m E. as in o :s O V1 4 ig J i,i, i 1 x, A ,Q 4 Dressed 1n h1s best Surfer Day outfit durmg spirit week sophomore Mike Carlson expressed, The best part about high school 1S all the new freedoms offered Michael Kessman Christina Kimball Lori Klein Jeffrey Klosterman Bill Kouri Ronald Kreutzer film Q 'lr-C ev as , 4 5 Shea Kubischta Dennis Kuechenmeistr Kevin Kuehn Kimberly Kyle Brian Lafurney Carrie Lambrecht Desiree Lammers Chad Lamothe Heidi Lantz , James Laterra Douglas Law 1 V, William Leary 5 t Dong-U Lee ,V Geoffrey Legge Q We V Anita Lemmo ,-' ,WA, W ' Monica Leon iq Geoffrey Leopold Jana Lillis Jennifer Long L L k ee oo Arnold Lopez Joanna Lopez Ni. 'if' ug , 1 ,- ff , 21' it if , 1 f Rm Q 5 X J is . 3 ' Ilfflf' 'Q y I A , ., ,-' A J X N , , ... .4 ' YQXXXX H 5 5' is l M it f. to C' ' K -:Se as gr! 1 X X i Q 3 ' v J.. 'T ,. Q t r x .s ,X .Jmiq . 4, . 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Back to the Beach After appearing in this movie, many of the popular '60's stars in this "beach party reunion" may never go back to the beach. The films listed above are ranked in order from worst to near worst as voted in a random sampling taken October 23 of THS students. f"+--e..,----f' ' .S if fs P' as s V f 'iv my Don't Waste Your Money By Charly Hoge No one movie can be loved by everybody. In fact, almost everyone looks for sometheng different in what they would call a "decent movie." However, there are some movies that seem doomed to carry the title of "turkey". These turkeys never seem hard to come by, and it always appears that these are what we sink most of our movie money into. For an hour and a half we sit in a darkened theatre and think about how our five dollars could have been better spent. Maybe we should've skipped buying the ticket and gone straight to the concession stand, to spend five dollars on meager portions of popcorn. But now, you can be forewarned! The following is a list of the most recent top five "turkeys" as seen in the distinguished opinion of THS students. David Ramsay Trista Randolph Denise Rash Kathryn Rawson Tracie Read Stacey Reddick David Reed Carrie Reedy Lynnette Renz Russell Richardson Carla Ridgeley Rhonda Rimpley Andrew Rivera Rebecca Roach William Robards James Robb Keech Robles Maria Rodriguez Jason Rogers Daniel Rollman h I . , ,ks I . :X 1 ' emi Michael Romero pqlz Lee Romkee D - Matthew Roper . Thomas Rotar qliq -- fi?-1 Gina Roth ef , Q E , Adam Roybal 5 Shawn Ruiz 3 '2'..: Lewis Russell 137 Maurice Russell Monica Ruybal Michelle Ryan Richard Ryan Lisa Sage Henry Sailas Angel Salaz Colin Salmon :'1- I J ' .4 1' GWB Sanchez ,., ,,f., i i1' iii if H ' Scott Sanders ' ' Steven Sandoval I , Jeffrey Santomango f. .. f' ' " 'gtg V Angela Sauers ' , W ' VEZEZ ' , ' Antonio Sauers ' ' If isis, Jessica Sawa Lori Schafer Stephany Schaffner Stephanie Schlosser Rick Schneider Cindy Schoeninger Matthew Schroeder Paul Schultze Deborah Schwartz - ifiill ' Robin Scoggins Angie Scollard Timothy Seager George Seganakis .lon Segovia F - we l by Charly Hoge Homecoming Week actually starts out quite innocently, and very few of the sophomores can sense the evil flowing in the air. Soon, mysterious things begin to happen as strange, insulting war paint appears on sophomores' faces and the school bathrooms turn into cathedrals of terror and doom. All upperclassmen explode into unstoppable monsters fully armed with deadly cosmetic weapons. The blood-curdling sound of merciless swirlies echoes through the hideous, maze-like hallways. The sophomores have nowhere to run. Eventually, every bell becomes a war gong, summoning the sophomores to a terrifying hallway battle that they cannot win. The Administration looks on hopelessly, and tries in vain to end this senseless chaos. As this fateful week draws to a close, the sophomores gather their sanity and breathe a sigh of relief. Soon the terror will be over, and all will be normal. The very next Monday, all the upperclassmen appear to have returned to normality, and they act as if none of the horrifying scrubbings had never happened. Until next year .... '.', 'iii 5 -:Q ,, WH f ,i ii ' 2 ff f it if M at 1, , 'Z MZ i it Iii 5 ii '-"' " Wifi ? 'Q , ,, W , .S f, ., . ..,,. 0 viii r V Battle Scar Senior David Kunz terrorizes sophomores Lloyd Martine Chad Garcia in the traditional madness called scrubbing. f f far me " f... . EM ' s f 5 Zan Tammy Segovia Renee Seymoure David Sheehan James Sheridan Kimberly Siemering Cheryl Silvey April Simonton Sheri Skinner Teri Skinner Carey Smith Clayton Smith Sheila Smith Shelena Smith Dawn Snyder Candice Sporhase Holly Springer Melissa Stahlberg Jon Staley Shawn Stansbury Sabrina Steele Stan Stern Jamie Stidger Shellie Stoner Zakron Stoskopf Traci Strawn Ryan Strub Grace Stuart Amy Stuckey Melissa Studenroth Kelly Suedkamp Roxeann Sueling Clint Suiter Timothy Sullivan Todd Sullivan Michael Swanson Brenda Tangi Kurt Tani Christopher Taylor Cheryl Teater Jennifer Teply Karen Terry Kristen Thomatos Matthew Thompson Quana Thompson Gary Thornton Steven Thorpe Lana Thurston Melissa Timm Emma Tinkey James Tolvo David Torres John Torres Serina Torres Lanny Toso Randall Trickler Angelo Trujillo fs! X iwiiiisa - - eg - , S A 9. a Q .. N as , se Q Xi it 'Ss Yx J L Q n Q, 5- v X ,. ""'- ' :L James Trujillo ::, k." -',-. -P .," ' Joseph Trujillo 'rb ':' Samuel Trujillo ' S J tp .. 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Sophomores Jenny Deshazer and Bernadette Griego catch up on gossip, as well as their homework. 3 i tg at XX 'S I I ,Q ft, 1 vi., , , ,sr W,-"Hn f fi Q x fi I f E y r yyyl r t Wa 5 H ' p W. 4 if f W K it , at Y, Z E A0,1 af t ,il ' ' Brenda Wood V' Travis Weigel fl V-fx. Jacob Wdch Christopher Wells A I f,, V ' ii's Kathleen Welter f ' Y ' John West gf ga W , I f f AV , -144 C 17 ,, We if 1, 5 V f 5 , qw N' Jason Weyandt I V Scott Whitney 322 it J' Steven Widman Mark Wilcoxon I Stephen Wiles Tracy Wilkerson Kim Williams Benjamin Wilmot I Jodi Wilson Stephanie Wilson Steven Wilson Sarah Wirth James Wiseman Jarrod Witzke J Christopher Woerpel , nf' llvvzv ZS: f " V Michael Woods tv ""i A Kristina Worthington Q' i' Elizabeth Wurster 45" ,s z Q Larry Young f " 5 x v 'GP' V ' , Kim Youtsey V- Ift sg Paul Zancanelli lt nt' , , mr, Michelle Zimmerman X are all I Sculpture students in room 98 have editorialized about their announcement speaker with their art. "May I Have Your Attention Please?" by Charly Hoge It begins promptly at 10:25 every moming with the earth-shattering "thump" of the microphone being readied. Abruptly the voice starts, doing its best to sound alive as it rattles off a barely-audible collection of monotonous information. The announcements have begun. The announcements have been carefully prepared to inform students about the school and the events of the week. Instead, they seem to become a time for chaotic chatter, a chance to get two or three minutes of sleep, or a short period of boredom for many of those still awake. In the gym the announcements are broadcast through wonderful giant speakers which make them sound like some deep-toned medieval death chant in a bizarre alien language. Many of the faculty regard the announcements as noisy distractions and obnoxious wastes of time. Soon, after the sporting events and lunch menu is read, the droning grinds to a halt. The loud "thud" of the microphone being set down is heard. It is 10:30. 141 Jeff Aldridge Shelly Alexander Laurie Alloway Oscar Almeida Laura Andrews Jon Ashton Katherine Barker Matt Barton Lee Bashore Jacki Becker Scott Bertelotto Vance Bicknell Ann Blair Dawn Bonds Kakoli Boucheau Charles Boughman Jason Brigode Corey Bruce Daniel Butler April Carey Michtel Castillo Stephanie Castle Tia Christiansen Enming Chu Steve Clapham Lisa Cogil Kelli Cornett Paul Carrea 43? Sophomores sit patiently during the Christmas pep assembly. "YQ'i Jenni Evanson James Craig Rosemary Cruz Zulian Delau Lori Delong Heather Dickes Bill Dickinson Bobby Diesburg Z , I 1.., '-V,,." , Troy Dodson ?ii'Am3 Tonya Forsberg ' Z" Adam Fritzler Holly Garifi A Anastasia Gonzales - ' Debbie Gregg Bernadette Griego Susan Hamaker Sandi Hajek Natalie Herber Michelle Herbka Richard Hitzeman J. Huntington XF? Dana lkenberry Tanisha Jackson Shawnie Johnnie Tanya Kennedy Jeff Klosterman Kim Kyle .lim Laterra Sophs Tracey Wilkerson, Shari Mason and Leslie Dudek enjoy the new freedom of off-campus lunch. Candice Sporhase, Lori Delong, Shelly Aragon and Michelle Zimmerman cheer for the Trojans at an athletic event. April League Rimisa Likely Scott Long Kimberly Lopez Lynda Lopez Charlie Lopo Billie Jo Maldonado Tino Marquez Jeremy Martinez Lisa Martinez Nick Martinez Mark Mascarenas Bryan McKim Monica Medina yi' , Sean Mills Z ' Dionne Morales Corey Morris Buddy Mulroy Sondra Musgrove Jennifer Nemec Jeffrey Neumon Francie Pergande Raygene Peyton Amy Prieto Joseph Quinonez Rebecca Roach William Robards Jason Rogers To rl JOHN MEC g3tilTflG, S oph s 2 by Ingrid Sundberg High school is new and exciting for many sophomores. For others it is a very scary and uncomfortable situation, What ever the reaction, sophomores Gnd high school a completely different ball park than good ol' junior high. Here are some major differences they've discovered: More freedoms! Off campus lunch, class choice, less restrictions, activity opportunities More responsibilities! Attendance requirements Cchoice to ditch"j, large amount of homework More peer pressures! Parties, dressing cool, social cliques Hang in there sophs! You're catching on. Play the game right and you won't strike Out. Sophomore spirit shows through at the football games. Michael Romero Lewis Russell Michelle Ryan Colin Salmon Jeff Santomango Carol Santova Stephanie Schlosser George Seganakis Clay Smith Shelena Smith Craig St. Onge Krista Strasheim Traci Strawn Amy Stuckey Melissa Studenroth Roxeann Sueling Tim Sullivan Leslie Thompson Sean Umble Jamie Urban Raquel Valdez I Shelly Van Meter Leane Vasquez Alison Wells Tonya Williams David Winogrodzki Sarah Wirth Kirk Yoder 41 , , ,v ? Chris Hopkins shows the photographer his classic profile. Bob Arrieta picks at his hot dog on a warm fall afternoon. as Q W Q AYP, HE SCE CNET X003 RT we S-d, fr" E 5 i T 'fruit llll - 1 , A great part of the scene at Thomton High School is the clubs and activities that are available to participate in. Traditional groups such as Honor Society, "T" Club, and the Spanish Club are still going strong and are becoming even more involved in the school and the community. Meanwhile new groups have hit the scene, including Forensics and Amnesty International. f'1rir'1li1llil1 Senior Sarah Wilmot, prepares herself as Abby Brewster in A .Q the school production Arsenic and Old Lace. Students of Thornton joined together to collect over 2000 cans for the needy. All - Star t tp All - Star members, Jenny Ressler, Vicki Sanchez, Rhonda Bethea, Stephanie Jackson, Sonja Dewy, Michelle Harrelson, and Robert Banks act out a l'rap" skit about peer acceptance. ' . .W ii' 4 if Greg Roth joins in the fun I sharing hugs with all the girls. h , JA. . Ai, A f' -QSUWA f s All Stars floor: Kurt Tani, Stacey Hitzler, Tammy Paplow first row: John Martinez, Shannon Sena, Kristy Klein, Missy Hooper, Marsha Kimmel, Jeff Osborn, Andy Amitrano, Kerstine Pfiefer, Mindi Bechard, Stephanie Jackson, Tracey Peterson second row: Rod Bader, Robert Banks, Jenny Ressler, Vicky Sanchez, Kristi Coleman, Kim Corbin, Danielle Dejacimo, Alohaa Fuller, Michelle Freeman, Tracey Musgrove, Diertre Hiatt, Rhonda Bethea third row: Laura Lewis, Shawn Arroyo, Matt Martindale, Robin Padilla, Dori Ratliff, April Padilla, Audra Reid, Shannon Clevenger, Crystal Berger, Tammy Haggerty, Michelle Alexander, Jana Walters, Branda Morales fourth row: Brina Avila, Paul Matt, Megan Hendly, Chris Garcia, Tanisha Jackson, Mercedes Robles, Jose Espinoza, Don Vasquez, Lauri Morrow, Michelle Goeden, Donna Milan, Wayne Hughes back row left: Bonnie Jackson, Nancy McDonald, Bette Caricato, Carolyn Sutton Carolyn Sutton leads an activity at the All Star retreat that leaves everyone in smiles. J, at ff TDET GG' ..-tx S t 'Q - , J ' QQ " K N K f' 1 X Sv- H' - :s few .'f: :', " -N Q ' 5 F IST ,J e W , M, , -as . -1, -, s -Q . ,M fi A LLWL A LVALZ at ,-k. kkrk A Katy Gray enjoys making posters for the promotion of Cupid's Connection. 150 , fs. 4 wang, ,.M.m.3t,,,, ,,,,, N Student Gov't: Piper Hurt, Denise Skeels, Stacey Swaithes, Katy Gray, Stacy Hitzler, Kris Stonehocker, Janet Polacek, Jason McMahill, Jason Mitchler, Anthony Fernandez, Trent Harr, Tameka Salis, Angie Chambers, Bo Willsey, Pam Kellison, Chris Garcia, Andrea Furness, Tanesha Sullivan, Mary Conyers, Jose Espinoza, Mary Jo Ulibarri, Shannon Edwards, Jennifer Lyons, Charity Conrad, Kristi Marshall, David Beasley, Adam Mathews, Vanessa Navarro. V, ,K eww ll! lt I Jose' Espinoza and Jason Mitchell create posters for the "Cupid's Conection" Valentines dance. Margaret King and her date James Martin get their picture taken at the photo booth sponsored by student government. bi Q Bobby Swanson pretends to read Conrad Fuller's palm at the Valentine dance. Tom Sutton dances with his date at the Valentine Day dance. Mary Conyers and Denise Skeels count the student government profit made at the dance. 151 SQ Pom Ponsz fback rowj Jenny Edwards, Becky Ahrens, Lisa Keith, Carrie J N Martinez, Ingrid Sundberg, Jami Bell, Tameka Salis, Kim Sunday, Andrea Gregg, Kristi Klein, Rhonda Bethea, Angie Stone, Julie Cook, Tracey Cook, Cindi Duran, Mercedes Robles Varsity: tbaek rowj Pam Kellison, Susie Jackson, Lisa Morelli, Jay Seller, Ann Morelli, Tammy Lindsey, Candi Bucher, Nicole Rosenbach, Deena Suiter, Reshawn Tomsick, Valerie Arbizu, Angie Chambers, Jacqueline Lovato JV: fback rowj Sandy O'Connell, Brandi Pecosky, Francie Pergande, Kim Hawkins, Shannon Quinlan, Kim Lyle, Natalie Herber, Dana lkenberry, Tia Christiansen, Jay Seller, Miehell t Dyer, Denise Rash, Bernadette Griego, Rhonda Rimpley, Jennifer Deshazer J s. Q in, P Pon Tameka Sal g t u d rtise for the week's activ es. i ies Hin NIH!! 'E' 'E P m Pons Julie Cook, Susan Keefer d Tameka Salis kick to the beat of ' Th B k t a pep assembly. pplies to I 0 t d PCIVI PONS pgnfvi bf a 5llY0LVI?ff,l my by af !Ka.ff7f1f'f fomefwrf MJ FM fh' 'I Gspewfg MW IW' 6. 3 -sa A M Ik z UU fe all we 7332! 4, 'VV4 I OIG fl +04 mm zmbfe , af Ili m Pons battle the winds vavhile dancing to "Wipe out" during the halftime of llglag Haifa 0LQfU,L,i fdllwfn ecoming game agams es y. , ,B i Q, Q5 M 50 oi XQK N' UJYX6 WSG ' 'V if igaiwievyx QOMXO we 0555 Q5 M geefio' M 50 O6 QICB xoli OX X01 0, V99 Q, Q LONNL Qf 50,81 000596 NUR SUJXQJQQLX ifooelw 'Bidi XO EeWZgwiQ'f'X3Wxf' 55 W bps? S- we XG' 0 l . 53 5b b JD yy ' i wwwlw we is fi W M ya THE FGRE G I'1o5otro5 qulcrcmog, Cl bclllclr con clmlgog, Cl Icl5 Flc5tcl5 Amxi lil Nl 'S' ASH Spanish Club back row left: Andrea Anglada, Serena Lundquist, Ron Lopezi Shana Wilkinson Darla McDonnell Amy Palmer Amy Larson Tir J 5 Glenn Sanchez front rovsi: Gina Maestas, Denise Skeels, ,Audra Miller: Sonja Dewey, Kara Collins, Matt Lampe 999193 C95 gl rf 59? Sq nw NP Un, deus, trois, t it x tx - N . Q ' i wx -, J ' J or " - ,tty X- A- 5 L' -is 1' ,J ' l J X X4 ' ,Q it J m9 fs .A J, I 5 hx Q Q, Q52 xl I les petits soldatsg Quatre, cinq, six, qui font l' exercise, Sept, huit, neuf, qui font la maneurvre' Dix, onze, douze, lls ont le nez rouge. 9 A French counting rhyme l 1 154 French Club third row left: Tammy Haggerty, Kim Boyers, Mike Talbot, Mindi Bechard, Justin Duke, Misty McDonald, Paula Johnson, Missy McDaniel, Rance Grayson, Corinna Wilden second row: Isabelle Rouet, Paul Stubbs, Stacey McGlothlen, Gus Romero, Tracey Reed, Theresa Gray, Mrs. Kate Blanas front row left: Laurie Walters, Jocelyn Abel, Helena Ardholm, Katarina Nilsson, Ben Wilmot, Katy Wedig, Hien Ngo SCENE German Club front row left: Mr. Bill Webster, Beth Peterson, Janet Polacek, Cheryl Corley, Amy Kowalis, Brent Hooper. Bo Willsey, T Blackman, Christine Garrett, Dawn Bonds, Kim Rawley, Dee Murray, Kevin Kralian, Deirtre Hiatt Russian Club 21l'l21 front row left: Amy Mazzotti, Kim Boyers, Ron Hruby, I ic ae Talbot second row left: Jeff McPeuk, C ris ' J k Sh D k M' h ll Ge ffgzqjv ihojierj ffrlz fhjtzjii ffijche, frfljche fhohe fhcjii fhclierj fftiz. Fisher's Fritz fishes for fresh fish. German tougue twister 00881447 l. l3Tb cn rna t Ae--r May there always be friendship. J F M h I h W holz, Rick Freiberg.Sus1e uc son, annon ue er, ic e eCrew, Ann 55 Lysek Abby Brewster serves tea to her sister Martha and nephew Mortlmer Brewster. we kk Q if it Ne N x 9 . Q 3 li 345 ' X t fry eg 4 'Wt tif' Teddy Brewster insists that Dr. Einstein accompany him to the cellar to see the Panama locks, Jonathan looks on in amazement. Elaine, tries to convince Mortimer that he's not going crazy. in Order of Appearance Abby Brewster ............. ............ S ara Wilmot The Rev. Dr. Harper ....... ..... D avid Sheehan Teddy Brewster ..... Off-l'C6f Brophy ...... ........David Zaffore ....... Don Coogan Officer Klein ......... ........... Mik e Bush Martha Brewster ,...... ..,.. S tephanie Leonard Elaine Harper .......... .......... J amie Urban Mortimer Brewster ....... ....... M arc Robins Mr. Gibbs .........,.... Jonathan Brewster ....... Dr. Einstein ........... ..... Steve Peterson Mike Wilson ...... Thom Trumble Ojjficer O'Hara ............. ...... D avid Willman Lieutenant Rooney ......... ......... M ike Curry Mr. Witherspoon ......... ...... B rian Nelson -1 Dave Zaffore portrays Teddy Brewster in the play, Arsenic and Old Lace. 157 Highlites back row left: Kyle Chandler, Sara Wilmot, Mi- chael Sheehan, Scott Lozano, Roger Fleck, Kristi Dillon, Mike Carlson middle row: Bobby Owens, Sue Robinson, Ingrid Sundberg, Michelle Sena, Megan Hendley, Janel Truex, Don Nelson front row left: Susan Fretthold, Thom Trumble, Scott Hooper, Jana Ferrari Starlights: members Phaedra Anderson, Aimee Barnes, Dawn Bennett, Deborah Fleagle, Sandy Fogel, Melissa Kaup, Amy Larson, Stephanie Martin, Darla McConnell, Raygene Peyton, Kerstine Pfeifer, Lisa Romero, Tammy Sagovia, Laurie Walter, Corinna Wilden, Kellianne, Wright. i""'xs-" The Dukes back row left: Matt Bates, Mike Bush, Michael Sheehan, Roger Fleck, Ben Wilmot, Don Nelson, Rob Stokvis, Scott Hooper middle row: Thom Trumble, David Sheehan, Rusty Peterson, Jon Ashton, David Zaffore, Sean Olson front row left: Bobby Owens, Jeff Miers, Scott Lo- zano JOI l 9 2 2 GICES The choral group, Highlites, dazzles the audience in their first performance of the year. Far left: A mass choir combination of Thornton choral groups and junior high groups in the district join together for the 1987 Christmas concert. Starlights exit proudly after a sensational performance. G , F- v Q Chamber Choir back row left: Matt Heater, Jana Ferrari, Corinna Wilden, Roger Fleck, Mike Bush, Megan Hendley. Darla McConnell, Susan Fretthold, Janell Truex, Kendra Pfenning, Deidre Cowling, Lisa Romero, Thom Trumble, Bobby Owens, Phaedra Andersen, Debbie Fleagle, Sean Olson middle row: Kyle Chandler, Rob Stokvis, Dawn Ben- nett, Kristi Dillon, Sara Wilmot, Laurie Walter, Sue Rob- inson, Renee Abel, Don Nelson, Mike Curry front row left: Dawn Goldsmith, Amy Larson, Melissa Kaupp Concert Choir back row left: Kerstine Pfeifer, Geoff Leo- pold, Roxanne Sueling, Scott Lozano, Denise Delgado, Ben Wilmot, Scott Simmons, Steve Schoenauer, Rob Stokvis, David Sheehan, Kim Cosby, Jamie Urban middle row: Raygene Peyton, .lodi Wilson, Kelly Suedkamp, Katherine McGill, Amy Stuckey, Daphne Roberson, April Simonton, Francie Pergande, Kellianne Wright, Sarah Edleman, Kim Minnich, Shaunalee Carlton, Audi Wasick, Melissa Mar- tinez, Felix Perea front row left: Dawn Goldsmith, Patsy Romo, Naomi Miyagi, Karen Vogt, Stephanie Martin, Ro- shawn Hinton, Tammy Segovia, Tammy McDonald, Steph- anie Wilson, Michelle Ayala, Chris Armstrong, Natalie Ekker Deca Club first row: Kristi Klien, Shannon Sena, Margaret I King, Kara Collins second row: Amy Weber, Carrie Holz, Suzanne Tucker, Tim Turner, Kymm Hayes third row: Stacey McGlothlen, Mona Truitt, Renee League, Fernando Valdez, Kevin Harford, Chuck Harrelson fourth row: Don- ald Nelson, Andy Elmberger, Wayne Hughes, Mike Pratt, Karen Vogt THEM 53' gaze ' ,'f'. . t A K ,yry it , T , 2 ' fa fftf t ,, f ' 'N W--WW? x . ? :Daze F5 ,iris 5 1 TSS? DECA X. ,sg Q sg-ul , ,SW se' Kergi Stoltz and Margaret King count the day's profits at 4 z,, 1, T 1 DE A' t a 2 i , . - f- V t , :Qld X fi L K Tim Turner, Kevin Harford, Kris Klein, and Shannon Sena wa for customers at the DECA store. , ,K -A QI N ,, C -, , , V K ' as 'tQ3mBYgzka, 'A X N 9e t QNX Q EQCLG Ligizti L,LU,'t3t Q CpbJ:.UxkQiCxU Qgqngbggx xstlugt LMQJ QLXQQ CCUUW ut t,,itoeiUt L5 T A itz wesgxztlto CSCCM: i N +- , -V N i, lffrx x ' Y JQ'1f7 , wtsitwta ww fr i Jaw time X Xl ffil btaxgsfi it Top to bottom, left to right: Stacey Ortiz, Steve Kennedy, Kim Garrett, Mike Kennedy, Dave Hagin, Chris Weston middle left: Tonya Williams, Coach Bridget Virkler bottom left: Jeff Scott, Tom Matchett, Jeff War, assistant Tracy Musgrove not pictured: Coach Jeff Prowda, Coach Cynthia Tardy, Craig Berkmyre Spigxt OLY P ICS C. B. E. F. B. L. A. Cooperative Business Education first row left: Sheri Taylor, Jenny Kochevar, Janine Strother, Edda Svaldi, Alberta Sena, Deanne Rodriguez, Denise Roybal, Marcia Ferguson, Sheri Renz second row: Tanya Rains, Joann Molkie, Dari Bartholomew, Andrea Dudash, Cheryl Corley, Michelle Goeden, Laura Mor- row, Claudia Gonzales, Raul Giles third row: Jeanette Unrein, Kaylene Lyons, Jamie Perry, John Davis, Anthony Lopez, Mar- cus Petty, Raul Solis, Anona Cox, Rose Ratliff, Cherie Slorf, Craig Berkmyer back row left: Amy Wedman, Vicky Murray, Brad Roe, Rhonda Reese, Dawn Laas, Sandy Janezic, Dawn Tapp, Darren Larsen, Patsy Cordova, Deborah Baker, Roshawn Hinton, Janelle Cepeda Future Business Leaders of America First row, Darcy Babbel, Jill VonCollon, Melinda Corwin, Kim Sunday, Edda Svaldi, Dari Bartholomew, Alberta Sena, Stephanie Gaudian, Kim Whaples second row, Deena Brant, Brina Avila, Traci Carpenter, Danette Casias, Cheryl Corley, Michelle Goeden, Laura Morrow, Deb- orah Baker, Janine Strother, Lisa Auch third row, Valentino Estrada, Wayne Hughes, Kaylene Lyons, Carlie McGinn, An- drea Dudash, Lisa Jackson, Adrian Hampson, Laura Lewis, Dar- rell Harrielson forth row, Sheri Renz, Vicky Murray, Amy Wed- man, Rhonda Reese, Keith McDonald, Marcia Ferguson. L, Deanne Rodriguez files student cards in the counseling office. Her job was provided by CBE. 9R0BLEMS,Q ESTIO S, ANSWER Martial Arts Club first row left: Jeff Miers second row: Leane Vasquez, Amy Kowalis, Kellianne Wright, Shana Wiliknson third row left: Mark Lynn, Chong Choi, Vinh Dam, John Mar- tinez, Don Nelson, Mike Swanson, Val Brown Problem Solvers first row: Tim Linn, Serena Hampel, Kyle I Chandler, Mario Dicino, Tracey Wright ... . . .I Forensics Front row left: Katherine Barker, Jennifer Lyons, Annette Wagner, Tameka Salis, Stephanie Jackson, Kelly Norton, Heather Dickes, Tammy Paplow, Roycee Hickman, Peggy Burns second row: Denise Codding, Sara Worth, Mi- chelle Sena, Debra Nieswonger, Michelle Herbka, Karlyn Erner, Don Coogan, Greg Davidson, Jackie Flores, Diertre I Hiatt, Mike lmperi, Heather Garifi, Estee Eppinger, Don Nelson third row left: Jeff Miers, Brenda Walker, Chris Gar- cia, Stacey Boyd, Bo Willsey, Michelle Crew, Donna Milan back row left: Corey Anderson, Benjamin Beeby, Aaron Rim- pley, Lon Anderson, Chris Wayland, George Passantino, Brent Hooper, Stephen Montoya, Chris Kukkonen, Linh Ngo -I Chong Choi demonstrates an offensive kick on Don Nelson. Vinh Dam assists John Martinez in his punching techniques. is L ,. t if ,f" :Behind the Honor ,, l T-Club Officers Brad Bell, Larry Barton, John Holmes, Deanne Rodriguez Honor Society members, seniors: Dari Bartholemew, Dawn Bennett, Stacey Boyd, Kyle Chandler, Chong Choi, Alexander Clark, Kara Collins, Mario DiCino,. Robert Dinkel, Andrea Dudash, Philip Ginder, Mark Goldman, Serena Hampel,l Larissa Hancock, Tim Linn, Patricia Martin, Carlie McGinn, Christine McKim, Charlene McLeod, Nichole Mullin, Shelley Newell, Trung Nguyen, Robert Owens, Tammy Paplow, Tammy Palm, Beth Peterson, Elizabeth Pryor, Sheri Renz, Jenny Ressler, Boyden Roberge, Wendy Schultz, Michelle Sena, Michael Shee- han, Denise Skeels, Christine Snyder, Kimberly Sunday, Edda Svaldi, Janell Truex, Amy Wedman, Shana Wilkinson, juniors: Corey Anderson, Andrea Ang-l lada, Ann Armitage, Shawn Arroya, Thomas Atwood, Kim Banks, F. Keithi Barker, Mindi Bechard, Crystal Berger, Rhonda Bethea, Elizabeth Black, Tomi Blackman, Sherry Block, Tina Bochert, Gayle Brandenburg, Wendy Buck, Mi-1 chael Bush, Neil Campbell, Angie Chambers, Marlene Ching, Diane Corley, Maryl Cowan, Charlie Cronin, Laura Crosby, Roxanne Custer, Leonard Dittman, Deb- orah Fleagle, Michelle Flores, Wardell C. Fuller, George Gallegos, Scott Garcia! Megan Hendley, Diertre Hiatt, Charly Hoge, Scott Hooper, Ron Hruby, Lisa Keith, Dante Kubischta, Richard Klumker, Amy Larson, Tom Lindeman, James Lutter, Lisa Lyon, Bernadette Mascarenas, Tiffany Martin, Donna Milan, Patricia Mohler, Natlee Montoya, Cindi Moya, Debra Neiswonger, Hien Ngo, Amy Palm- er, Robin Peterson, Tammy Pierce, Jennifer Prosser, Kim Rawley, Audra Reid, John Romero, Meri Sammon, Glenn Sanchez, Craig Sisneros, Tracey Sogi, Chad Soliz, William Stelnberger, Ingrid Sundberg, Tami Taylor, Thom Trumble, Annette Wagner, Brenda Walker, Rudy Willrich, Bo Willsey, Laryce Witt, Lynne Zastrocky Officers Denise Skeels and Tim Linn pose before entering the honor society meeting. f4?"f"2iW,W gif PEER CGUNCILI G AM ESTY Peer Counseling first row: Denene Kuretich, Mark Amnesty International first rowg Philip Ginder, Sara Bicknell, Troy Hagaman, Aaron Guthrie, Piper Hurt Wilmot, Tim Wagner second rowg Susan Robinson, Ben second row: Rene Monarez, Lori Morrow, Latarsha Gray, Wilmot, Deborah Baker, Ileta Caraghaf- Debbie Kreutzer, Tim Linn third row: Jean Seibert, Dean Nusbaum. Y Y PAP Amnesty . International r r v EK if .. i f Q at I members Jana Ferrari and Charly Hoge compose a letter to the South African government. Peer counselors attempt to twist their bodies in the knot game. Troy Hagaman leads Piper Hurt in a trust walk activity at the Peer Counseling retreat. 165 FCA HERG FHA Hero members Roycee Hickman, Gene Acker and Carol Holifield join in on the fun at Broomfield days. Fellowship of Christian Atheletes first row left: Valentino Estrada, Tammy Paplow, Ruben Tenoroio, Tami Taylor, Jason Brown, Amy Gallagher second row: Sam Cardillo, Mau- ry Barela, Anthony Fernandez, Mr. Stuart Ritscher, Pete Chavez ' Home Economics Related Occupations first row left: Mrs. Bon- nie Jackson, Gene Acker, Kerstine Pfeifer, Mary Pumphery, Tonya Peterson, Shawnda Smette, Sherry Tafoya, Kristine Ston- ehocker, Heather Arnspiger second row: Kayla Clapper, Donna DeBeer, Shane Hall, Gus Romero, Rebecca Contreras, Jill Von Collin, Angie Noblitt, Rochonne Brito, Latarsha Gray, Tammy Gillingham, Julie Burghardt third row: Carol Holifield, Roycee Hickman, Andrea Shreve, Heather Kotz, Chris Carpenter, An- gela Dejiacomo, Charles Hardin, Elliot Donaldson, Christy Gimer back row left: Keith McDonald, Susuan Keefer, Lisa Auch, Sandra Brown, Robin Preston, Tara Escher, Denny Len- hausen, Jennifer Wilbourn, Tammy Davis, Patricia Stackhouse, Kimberly Curtis, Julie Lambert 166 as , ,,,,, , ' t A Future Homemakers of America first row left: Renee League, Mona Truitt, Toni Pugliese, Stacey McGlothlen, Suzanne Tucker, Darla McConnell, Shana Cunningham, Krista Hogue, Denise Codding second row: Kim Sunday, Chad Wilson, Scott Durland, Rochonne Brito, Melinda Corwin, Jill Von Collin, Tami Wittich, Patrick Peters, Amy Gallagher, Kelli Axtman third row: Becky Light, Amy Mazzotti, Brian Spracklin, Donte Kubischta, Kevin Kralian, Rhonda Polk, Melinda Quinonez, Michelle Gettman, Charlie Lopo, Heidi Lantz, Va- lentino Estrada, Suzanne Camara, Patsy Romo fourth row left: Dawn Parker, T.J. Willis, Don Coogan, Kevin Kacz- marek, Greg Davidson, Rob Smith, Jenny Wilbourn, Lisa Auch, Andy Amitrano, Kevin Anisimow WW Computer Club first row: Linh Ngo, John Martinez, Erik Trefry second row: Tom Blackman, Craig Berkmyer, Peggy Smith, Tawnya Fechner, Kevin Kralian, Dante Kubischta, Stephen Huth, Wayne Hughes, Valentino Estrada yr aa a, ' . i a sus. kim? K ., 'S 2 E Y Q V .. 8163 ig I Ji 0 I -...- f A Science Club first row: Tom Blackman, C.D. Thurman, Jeff Miers, Stacey Boyd, Michelle Sena second row: Kevin Kra- lian, Jason Wilsey, Keith Barker, Carlie McGinn Stephen Huth spends most of his time at the keyboard of any computer he can get his hands on. X ,,,,,,.,,.....a-n-H" 4"YD ' ff ,,,, ' WJ C y,,,, ,Q 2 167 Z 772 6626 Za I fzzdeczae .... . by Helena Ardholm The 6th annual talent show try-out was held in the auditorium February 2 under the supervision of ' Mrs.Johnstone, Mrs.Williams and Ms.Baca. The auditorium was one big kettle of emotions, talk and laughter. The subjects varied from their act to the coming Valentines-dance. Before the show started, Mrs. Johnstone and Mrs. Williams went through the rules and there were a lot of questions postedg too many to .answer them all. "Whatever you're trying out with has to do" as Mrs. Williams finished, and John Davis, on his bike, started the try-out. I asked him how he felt about the talent show and if he was nervous and he answered: " Actually I'm feeling pretty good. I've been in a lot of shows and I want to please the crowds with my number The next day the results were posted outside the auditorium. The day of the talent show, the 4th, came up. The show was held 3rd and 4th hours before a sold out auditorium. The show started out with the hard rock band Ariah, consisting of Damon Lord, Wally Emerson, Dwayne Guerrerro and Derrick Bye who's number was greatly appriciated but not very well performed. Mr. Sellers and Ms. Cyphus, Ms. Conyers and Ms. Doran sang "My Girl", a song dedicated to Mrs. Williams, the director of the talent show. The three background singers' dance was very popular. Arron Rimpley played the piano in candle light. He played "Toccata in D-Minor". His act represented the classical genre and was very well performed. 1 I - Q Close-up:Ann Armitage, Amy Stucky, Matt Martindale, Jason Gollhofer, Lewis Russell, Kathy Williams, Roycee Hickman The closing number was the band Sulah Makahn that played "Funky Town", which was the most outstanding number, the ovation went on several minutes. One thing I have to say about this years talent show, is that it was a big variety and high standard. I give the participants an eloge. The audience on the other hand acted really bad, a big disappointment. As everybody left, The Blues Brothers and Sisters played " Mood Musicians Everybody did a really good job, and the Master of Ceremonies, Phil Ginder, was satisfied too, been doing a greatjob. ,,,,i-Egg'-J Aaron Rimhply concentrates on every note as he x, plays the piano during the talent show. John Ashton, Mike Carlson, and Fontaine Burnett hang out backstage after their performance of "Funky Town". THE CLASS GF CGLGRADO Jazz Ensemble I: fbottom rowj Kyle Chandler, Rusty Peterson, Terry Pugliese, Kevin Gomez, Mark Harris, Michelle Sena, Erik Trefry, Don Davenport, Aimee Horst, Greg Carroll, Jim Walker, Eric Holmes, Cindi Pressley, Serena Hampel, Tim Linn, Martin Martinez, Matt Bates Wind Ensemble: fbottom rowj Melissa Carrizales, Wendy Eng- els, Laura Crosby, Michelle Ryan, Diane Corley, Mary Robards, Wendy Shultz, Michelle Sena, Cindy Moore, Kristen Vollmer, Vicki Cannon, Heather Francis, Kim Gannon, Dante Kubischta, Jodi Huelle, Christine Whittemore, Donna Milan, Kyle Miller, Scott Gimer, Vance Bicknell, Matt Bates, Becky Steinke, Craig Sisneros, Terry Pugliese, Rusty Peterson, Ron Hruby, Cody Case, Lydia Lomeli, Martin Martinez, Tim Sullivan, Tracey Wright, Marlim Martinez, Lee Look, Robert Brindle, Eric Holmes, Don Davenport, Brian Nelson, Aimee Horst Orchestra: Qbottom rowj Heather Humphrey, Estee Eppinger, Carol Minton, Kim Hawkins, Nathan Dahlman, Vieng Vongsa- koun, Alex Hernandez, Michael Sheehan, Andrea Helfrich, Deb- bie Schwartz, Sherri Juarez, John West, Melissa Studenroth, Dennis Kuechenmeister, Patty Nelson, Fontaine Burnett, Mi- chelle Sena, Wendy Schultz, Laura Crosby, Jodi Huelle, Kim Gannon, Aimee Horst, Cindi Presslet, Lydia Lomeli, Cody Case, Donna Milan, Matt Bates, Bo Willsey, Frank Ramirez, Derrick Bye, Christine Whittemore, Don Davenport, Robert Brindle .hz z Jazz Ensemble Il: fbottom rowj Manuel Yamada, Steve Gar- cia, Chris Whittemore, Cindy Moore, Michael Kramlich, Tonya Blue, Laura Crosby, Rudy Willrich, Lee Look, Bill Tygart, Tim Gurule, Bill Robards, Mike Pearcy, Fontaine Burnett, Tim Sullivan, Vance Bicknell, Scott Gimer Symphonic Band: fbottom rowj Gary Thornton, Dana Kenne- dy, Laura Andrews, Kellee Ryan, April Carey, Dawn Pokol, Angie Babbitt, Katie Barker, Lanette Amen, Alison Wells, Stephanie Gaudian, Renee Seymoure, Michelle Olivieri, Me- lissa Bacon, Bernadette Mascarernas, Rhonda Brandt, Shan- non Davis, Shawna Blank, Kristine Johnston, Michelle Free- man, Liz George, Shelly Horning, Mary Cowan, Jenny Pen- nington, Carrie Reedy, Michael Carlson, Glenn Sell, Chandra Hayes, Nick Martinez, Kim Minnick, Tami Taylor, Michael Kramlich, Jim Crochet, Tonya Blue, Nicole Betts, Cody Case, Lydia Lomeli, Andy Elmberger, Steve Schoenauer, Hector Luna, Rudy Willrich, Steve Garcia, Todd Branan, Erik Trefry, Michael Pearcy, Bill Robards, Corey Anderson, Wade Beeby, Ed Mora, Chris Arscott Hank Sailas masters the high rope course at outdoor education. GUTDCJGR EDUCATIO t ' ' if gg W ' W my , 5 5 M, 79, Q was This outdoor education leader scrambles on hands and knees to come out of quinzee. Mike Jones puts on his snow shoes. CL - l EQ. AL. Bike Club front rowgTodd Brannan, Brenda Morales, Bernadette Mascarenas, Aaron Guthrie, Shane Reinert Cheryl Parry, Andrea Helfrich, Chris Millen, Matthew Heater, Kevin Kralian, Dante' Kubischta, Valentino Estrada. Donald Nelson. and Ms. Kathy Valentine. BEHI D THE PRESS ,fa-x Yearbook back row left: Charles Hoge, Anna Cirbo, Kathleen Crowfoot, Cindy Cornett, Janelle Cepeda, Helena Ardholm, Kevin Harford, Larry Barton, Troy Massey, Ingrid Sundberg, Rhonda Bethea, John Holmes ,xff raw f Newspaper back row left: Dave Kunz, Brian Yunker, Thom Trumble, Ron Lopezi, Bobby Owens, Shana Wilkinson, Debbie Kreutzer, Mary Robards, Ann Lysek, Steve Musgrove sitting left: Kim Rawley, Heather Louder, Alohaa Fuller, Deena Suiter, Jim Walker, Marta Hedde xx Bobby Owens, Heather Louder and Kim Rawley review a feature story. Art editor Charlie Hoge in his usual position glued to the computer, typing copy. 1 563 'Y 5 3 me s soma vxwsixwa "ing ,- sffwligfl ell and the rest ofthe pack I THS Sports had a change of scenery, as lesser known teams moved up as some league champs went down. However, all teams showed excellence during the 87-88 season. I II II ll Il ll'll I Endes displays Continental grace. John Holmes leads Brad B as he sets a blistering pace. t,,i,f rs Amy Gallagher gets ready to do a handstand Jamie Stidger demonstrates a stag Val Arbizu doesahandstand during her during her beam performance. headstand during her floor routine. Hoof performance. at as 'ae' rrr a e GIRL'S 174 Jamie Stidger demonstrates the grace, and use of line seen in the floor exercise. Trina Endes does a back flip on the beam, while Ms. Ehrmann spots her is 3 ,f Brighton 1 19 65 Rocky Mountain 132 85 Pondcros1Atr Academy THS Ponderosa Air Ac td BroomGcld Invitation Poudre 127 30 Fort Lupton Invit tuonal Littleton 132 70 Northglcnn 131 65 League at North g,1cnn Districts at Thornton State GIRL S GYMNASTICS VARSITY .IUNIUR VARSITY OPP TIIS 122 1 15050 'it s YL 4th Pltce 1 1 5 13010 1stPl1cc 16410 13410 133 55 2nd Pltce 13 5 1stPltce 131 75 10th Place Hi3,hl ind Fort Lupton Poudre Fort Lupton Northf lcnn OPP Inv TIIS 94 00 74 65 83 05 137 70 3rd Pl ice 105 02 46 45 66 60 80 50 119 35 1 Y 'r . 22.01 " t . - . - .-1 - - f .2 1 . . . S' . A.. ' :z . 3 1 , 1 Fort Collins 125.45 126.85 Littleton 82.55 81.60 " ' ' t ' Lg 1 ., 1 . . 3 .2, 1.1 GYMNASTICS Row one: Kim Butler, Coach Maxine Ehrmann, Row Two: Tracy Guida, Tammy Lee, Dee Simpson, Daniel Delia- coma, Trina Endes, Amy Gallagher Row Three: Stacey Simpson, Wendy Moore, Laurie Alloway, Andrea Dudash- ,Misty Burnett, Candy Bucher, Jamie Stidger, Myko Polanycia, and Val Arbizu Dave Sanders tees off on the third hole of Hy- Lenny Gallegos concentrates on the land Hills Golf Course. ball after teeing off. Rob Rynning putts for a birdie on the second hole of Hyland Hills. ,,: ,.,,L V: I few, I , fl-xlql 2M,Ti '15Y'7.wZJ33.f'7i mnlwww 4 V, GoLF Front row: Anthony Satrina, Dave Sanders, and Coach Ron Acre Second row: Chad Garcia and Lenny Gallegos Not pictured: Rob Rynning, Mike Fountain, Chris Douglas, John Hoffman, Craig Johnson, and David Prather. 176 GOLF Place 4? of Teams Estes Park 16th 24 Rocky Mountain 3rd 6 Estes Park J.V. 11th 14 Northglenn 5th 6 Poudre 4th 6 Loveland 16th 24 Westminster 5th 6 Ft. Morgan lst 18 Ft. Collins 6th 6 District 6th 11 Brighton J.V. 2nd 15 State Qualifier- Robert Rynnin g Nikki Mullins backs away from a ball pitch. fm ,J W ,wr y fa Q . y , ,Q ,,, gf, ,wr M 3 Darlene Sanchez sets up in position awaiting the ball. it ' 'fc ' S V . X e-l- ,wall 'gi ,-:. K ., , sew ty"5'N .,. , J- s if GFTB LL W 1 Bill Miles, Josette Flood, Krista Strasheim, Nikki Mullin, Darlene Sanchez, Jennifer Jenkins, Cindi Moya, Crystal Berger, Audra Miller, Christy Berger, and Assistant Coach Nancy McDonald Second Row: Meredith McBroom, Monica Roybal, Denise Roybal, Katheleen Crowfoot, Gina Maestas, Dawn Olinas, Shannon Clevenger, Tawnya Fechner, and Marianne Skribina. A7 'ffif QW U ,, ,, 4.3094 fi 177 Tomi Tikkanen concentrates on the ball, while setting up for a backhand. Jim Ferris backhands the ball during tennis practice. . , My ww I we A! ,W -aka yn Af ' if 41 as . ma X if M we W 2 , el tt' ,,,,, 1 1 V WMV! V A311134 2 My M , ' l l r f if fill .lieii M r B B leli B ' w C 44" ' 2 . , t 11213125 ff' w wff fifat 3 if t B B ff f We .i tr ff iillil ' V ' an B W .V M fy f I . Q - y Q 12 L r fr ,,,i,,' it it lllil r , a ,X ,fy Sf' 'WV ' 'l g if ' ,, W XJ ,fi ,,,,Li,V,,i.i,'ggf M, 51 want ,www 'V ,, I I fi' I ' ,I r , 2? W , Wa. , Q yi V, nh ,L f fa, x' t . an S A A W - Ai', , fy V V,r, , ,, Mi gr . 2 ,. , g we W TENN S :tt in First Row: Coach Stu Ritscher, Scott Hooper, Bill Ketchem, Jim Ferris, Bo Willsey, Lanny Toso, Coach Cindy Tardy 178 Second Row: Jason Brown, Brent Hooper, Jareed Gehle, Bob Hare, Linh Ngo, and Dave Ramsey Third Row: Steve Loeffler, Tomi Tikkanen, Andy Waite, Glenn Sanchez, and George Gallegos Juniors Chris Petrick and Tina Bochert dispute a call with the net judge. M nf ....v',l4, J 43.wfy:, 1 J.V. A D SOPHO o-...fa '- First Row: Jen Lyons, Leslie Dudek, Cheryl Silvey Second Row: Christine Kimball, Katie Webster, Jennie Kaczmarek, Angel O'Brien Third Row: Coach Jenni Black, Quana Thompson, Sabrina Steele, Shannon Davis, Katherine Barker, Jennifer Teply. J.V. Volleyball 13-1 Sophomores 2-9 Brighton at Longmont Alameda Toumament J.V. only Ranum CParent Nightj Northglenn at Pt. Collins at Westminster Rocky Mountian J.V. only at Poudre at Northglenn Ft. Collins J.V. only Westminster at Rocky Mountain at Thompson Valley J.V. only Poudre J.V. only Sub-district J.V. only District CRE OLLEYBALL it Q.- sv - Y W - - ,,. - 1 ,hrx ,,.,,. First Row: Lisa Martinez, Tina Bochert, Tina Duran, Sondra Noffsinger, Lucinda Zerr Second Row: Carrie Spencer, Terri Skinner, Kellie Coronett, Lisa Mearsha, Jodi Vergith, Sheri Skinner, Third Row: Leslie Baker, Chris Petrick, Lynn Zastrocky, Melissa Hoover, Karen Vogt and Coach Jennifer Satur. First Row: Kayla Clapper, Debbie Kreutzer, Cindy Cornett, Deanne Rodriguez Second Row: Tammy Paplow, Stacy Hitzler, Anna Cirbo, Vicky Murray Third Row:Katie Gray, Coach Barbara Robbins, and Annette Wagner Debbie Kreutzer gets ready to e . 1. .. g - tr 1 Lg it ng? nf K X - he K 7 f X ,,,, f.,, I ff 2 ., Za , ,,11 up r W I ARSITY - :az s K K .5335 gi-K. --5i,.- K K5 f. L Y at 4 see' e M e -W-fgr S S - L .V it t Debbie Kreutzer, Tammy Paplow, Anna Cirbo, Shannon Sena, Stacy Hitzler, and Coach Robbins celebrate after capturing League Champion- ship. 180 Annette Wagner sets up Katie Gray. spiketheballoverthenet. The Girls Volleyball team had an outstanding season. Being League Champions for the second year in a row. With the help of MVP senior Anna Cirbo, the team advanced to the state playoffs. The girls played 4.. Wheatridge for the first game, but the -va.. nationally ranked -Mfvrfa-Q-f-ffiawm-4'-2f1"" team proved too tough for the Lady Trojans. VOLLEYBALL VARSITY VOLLEYBALL AT LONGMONT ALAMEDA TOURNAMENT RANUM NORTHGLENN AT FORT COLLINS WESTMINISTER ROCKY MOUNTAIN AT POUDRE AT NORTHGLENN FORT COLLINS WESTMINSTER AT ROCKY MOUNTAIN AT THOMPSON VALLEY POUDRE SUB-DISTRICTS AT FORT COLLINS DISTRICTS STATE 15 9 BRIGHTON A Annette Wagner scrimmages with team mates to hone their skills at the net. I 181 Danny Martinez is blocking the pass to his opponent. nr-, I 182 ,Kaya I ,, whim' I 7. Y aw- 1 G2 ,,f, ,WW ,.,, f ,W W7 - f , V Wg. , .W f, ,... , ,, , ,ai I Hi, 7 ,Q .., H E I I R km V, W W My so M? gi 4 gg. mf A ,dwg ,, A , ' A- 'ff' W, ,. ,, , ,f ,.,, f' V, ' -, f fy 3 I I ., If , f- . ' ,rw -W. fag" Af " ' 'f ' - , nns,o 5 I - 4 I , ii A fwfr If I sosn.nss g I snsn I J EW I W gr. E, ,, wi, , , V, LY, ,V . .t sw MW Nl, , ,nf BOYS SOCCER AIR ACADEMY WESTMINSTER SKYLINE NIWOT C REELEY CENTRAL IJONC MONT NORTHCLENN THOMPSON VALLEY BERTHOUD POUDRE C REELEY WEST FORT COLLINS LOVELAND ROC KY MOUNTAIN LEAC UE PLAY-OFFS OPP. TI-IS 0 - 4 0 - 6 1 - 7 0 - 0 1 2 2 I 0 I 1 O 4 . I 3 0 3 l 0 1 0 2 0 5 0 0 5 I ww 'f ff, ffl" " Wf',? ,vzwmwtrw f' 'waz ft Wir -I ,J be , Q Soccer, Varsity top row: Coach Fred Wells, Wade Russell, Coach Nate Leaf, Coach Carl Bridge second row: Lewis Russell, Dax Nance, John Miller, Neal Campbell, Jacob Welch, Robert Galvan, Chad Soliz third row: Roxy Custer, Chris Hodges, Jeff Osborn, Bill Leary, Richard Hitzeman, Rich Hoskins, Marlene Ching bottom row left: Todd Rupple, Marc Herrara, Rene Monarez, Fernando Valdez, Andy Amitrano, Troy King A reverse teck dive is executed by April Carey in a home meet. . GIRL'S SWI Beth Peterson has had an outstanding three years as a swimmer at Thornton High School. Beth broke all the individual swimming recordsat Thornton and qualified for state all three years she has attended. Her senior year, was capped off by being a captain and placing 5th in the lOO free style. MI Girl's Swimming front row: Coach Carolyn Sutton, Brandy Nichols, Amy McClellan, mgr. Kris Worthington, Tanisha Jackson, Beth Peterson, Stephanie Jackson, Coach Shelly Gravos. top row: Lori Ford, April Carey, Debbie Schwartz, Wendy Coan, Mona Truitt, Andrea Helfrich, Raygene Peyton, Traci Strawn. 183 The JV team proved to be forceful among all teams as the went undefeated this year. A high level of moral and spirit among team members proved to be the factor of making the team 9-0. The team, Coached by Bob McCartney, Tom LV. Football McCallister, shows a good chance of making next years varsity team a promising one. 184 The Undefeated Season Opp THS Longmont Greeley West F urview Mullen Westminster Poudre Northglenn Rocky Mountain 14 7 13 0 6 2' ' 2 20 26 33 Ft. Collins 22 34 ' 6 32 7 36 Y 14 26 ' ' 14 Tom Atwood, dodges Fairview's de fense. g J.V. FOOTB LL I A ' 'Q anim. ,MQ 'Q was we .,,, A M-, ma 'f,,4'tl,, 'f ff, -as 'emits Q -.. First row: Tim Jointer, Tim Murphy, Adam Roybal, Jim Laterra, Bryan McKim, John Romero, Dwayne Hararld, Art Botello Second Row: Mike Archuletta, Travis Weigel, Greg Sanchez, Steed Celio, Doug Wiseman, Adam Fritzler, David Reed, Hank Salis, Jason Vigil, Nick Martinez, Aaron Willis Third Row: Coach Bob McCartney, Managers, Lisa Cogul and Traci Carpenter, Chris Aragon, David Humphries, Robin Scoggins, Conrad Fuller, Richard Klumker, John Staley, Adrian Hampson, Craig Nicholson, Antonio Savers, Manager Brina Avila, Coach Tom McCallister Fourth Row:Scott Coley, Lloyd Martinez, Jason Hilton, Ron Kreutzer, Josh Chopper, Chris Hayes, Gene Martinez, Kyle Penunuri, Paul Martinez, Steve Thorpe. not pictured- Todd Ferstle Geoffrey Leopold receives a pass from the goalie to clear Thorn- ton's end and turn back Westy's scoring opportunity. Jaggn CQX, goes 0ne-0n-0ne with Wesiyg goalie , is I j -ar- Q it .::, an S K Qk :Fl :kk iff! S 1 KS Q i if , Ns , ,se . if ,V 5, .K K . . CCER Junior Varsity OPP THS Air Academy O 1 Westminster O 1 Niwot O 6 Greeley Central 1 5 Northglenn O O Poudre 1 3 Col. Academy O 5 Ft. Collins O 3 Broomfield O 5 i Rocky Mountain 1 4 Sophomores Col. Academy 2 1 Westminster 2 9 Greeley Central O 1 Westminster 1 5 y Q-tg ,N ,Q Berthoud 1 4 First Row: Jeff Poal, Mario DeCino, Hitoshi Kinjo, Jason Cox, Coach Fred Wells, Carlos Luna, Coach Nate Leaf, Second Row: Shane Reinert, Trent Oncy, Jeffrey Closterman, Corey Bruce, Tim Seager, Myron Wagner, Scott VanSickle, and Sean Umble Third Row: Manager, Marlene Ching, Chris Ghylin, Steve Huth, Geoffrey Leopole, Matt Barton, Brian lmmell, Manager Roxanne Custer Fourth Row: Charlie Cronin, Brad Hoeben, Danny Martinez, and Joyce Conway The Varsity Football team experienced an up and down season, not qualifying for the first time in four years to making the play offs. The loss to Northglenn sealed the teams fate of not making the play offs The teams performance and their individual efforts did win Junior Billy Gonzales made first-team all- state and Senior Chad Wilson received honorable mentions. Gene Martinez makes a sharp cut back to break from Northglennis defenders. AR ITY FOOTBALL :T 01 v 'rwigffiil li ii First Row: Dave Carabajal, Troy Rodriguez, Kerry Ermold, Nick Adams, James Lovato, Billy Gonzales, Pete Chavez, Rob Finn, Steve Gordon, Mike Jones, Rubin Tenorio, T.J. Willis Second Row: Leroy Martinez, Rick Mertdieta, Rob Smith, Donavan Gallardo, Boogie Martinez, Tim Geist, Rick Edgar, Andy Wilson, Scott Johnson, Jason Mitchler, Charlie Geonetta Third Row: Elliot Donaldson, Dee Wall, Greg Roth, Ed Jones, Chris Arscott, Ryan Strub, Tom Atwood, Bill Steinberger, Bob Coogan, Scott Reidel, Rodney Alasid, Charles Torres Fourth Row: Troy Padilla, Tracy Wright, Jim Widhalm, Keith Miller, Desmond Fulton, Tim Hoffman, Matt Shaw, Bob Fiala, C.C. Losli, Bob Dinkle, Don Williams, Rich Helbig Fifth Row: Pete Bata, Todd Botherson, Josh Chopper, Martin Edwards, Chad Wilson, Scott Durland, Isaac Lopez, Willie Lopez, Keith McDonald, Ben Compston, Kent Pederson Sixth Row: Traci Carpenter, Rod Bater, Paula Cyphers, Mark Murphy, assistant coaches, Monte Aspden, Bob McCartney, coach Al Knetchal, assistant coaches, Gary Paulson, Bob Tatton, and Mike Tackett, Tom McCallister, Piper Hurt, Stacey Swaithes, Lisa Cogil, Brina Avila Dee Wall, and Des mond Fulton, stop Westys offensive stride for a first down VARSITY FOOTBALL OPP. Tns 3-is BROOMFIELD 14 26 of CORONADO 7 21 .lg i on ,..,. .. S 11' 6 3 1 M , lll WIDEFIELD 26 - 40 I lQ L i 1 U Q F PUEBLO SOUTH 24 - 12 H J' HOMECOMING l2 WESTMINISTER 3 - 28 1 or POUDRE 30 14 ,, .,, - 112 f - 1 b e 1 NORTHOLENN 14 13 '3 2 - N -' if 331 3 3312 3 2223 1. ROCKY MOUNTAIN 18 15 -::'L- .,k. , . .. :.,: if 3 if Qf Q95 .""" ' 3 :.. Q Q .- K .. 1 A 'lr J S, 33111 1 113 3. 111 f33 3 Defensive Tackle Tim Hoffman, downs Westys running back. John Holmes makes that last step as he eyes the finish line. Brad Bell strides along in the state meet. ll f-.wuz 2 bf.:-'xiais .1-Q1 , , ROSS Cross Country Schedule Thornton Inv. Denver Public Inv. Fort Morgan Inv. Boulder CC Challenge Loveland Inv. Pueblo Inv. I Englewood Inv. Greeley Districts State I lst Team All-Conference Brad Bell 2nd Team All-Conference Melaney Bak Maury Barela 188 Front row: Coach Bonnie Jackson, Aaron Guthrie, John Pomponio, Scott Kruger, Jason Wehus. Middle row: Paul Zancanelli, Heather Louder, Melaney Bak, Amy Lopez, Karen Lynch, Donna Milan, Tino Marquez. Top row: Larry Barton, Maury Barela, Bryan Kirby, Charly Hoge, John Holmes, Hien Ngo, Brad Bell, Kyle Chandler, Coach Dennis Rademacher. Barela demonstrates his good running form. Mm An exhausted Tammy Haggerty and Melaney Bak finish a grueling run. I 1 P 1 1 'QQ A Qi 4' Mum f ff :g , Q fa 5 A W K 4 k X ,f -'lldfluilg-, OU mi: -555611 . H -y'-e Barry Barton stays one step ahead of the competition. ffl--anna. ""'n'-vu-any --"U-"-I- -lllullluuqg K si 1, gig? t , Y gg Y X if TRY 5g,..... WQQQ.. N g Captains: Brad Bell, John is 'Rss 'aii Holmes and Tamm Ha ert Lisa Sage stops the Lobos offense by stealing the ball. X it 'f a s-eff -ff A g- f -- Junior Varsity top Row: Christy Conway, Tina Bouchert, and Misti Schut Middle Row: Jennifer Jenkins, Chris Petrick, Cindi Moya, Coach Greg Hahn Josette Flood, Wendy Buck, and Lucinda Zurr Sitting First Row: Terri Skinner Sherri Skinner, and Darlene Sanchez wW,,,w,,M,,,,a,.a 1.... . .. 2 S 190 ,...,....-. in-encwhk GIRLS J.V. AND SOPHGMORE BASKETBALL 1 1' LW Sophomore back row: Sheri Skinner, Kelli Cornett, Shari Mason, Coach Nancy MacDonnell, Krista Strashein, Sheri Skinner, Lisa Sage. Front row: Leane Vasquez, Kim Lopez, Tracy Gue, and Christy Kimball. Sophomore Basketball Top Row: Manager Christy Gimer, Coach Richard Argys, Troy Fabrizio, Ronnie Kreutzer, Mike Ansley, and Jason Wehus Middle Row: Joe Gruber, Sean Mills, Dave Prather. Joe Trujillo, and Angelo Trujillo. Bottom Row: Geoff Leopold, Myron Wagner, Chris Ghylin. Jeremy Lowe, and Butch Hunter. Not Pictured: Scoreboard Roycee Hickman, Eric Kite, Kevin Anisimow, Miguel Gutierrez, John Hanna, and Matt Schroeder. BOYS SOPHOMORE OPP. THS NIWOT 69 - 55 MJNGMONT 62 - 64 FAIRVIEW 5 6 - 34 REGUS 54 - 44 CENTAURUS 28 - 47 FORT COLLINS 4 3 - 5 0 POUDRE 9 6 - 45 NORTHGLENN 5 7 - 41 ROCKY MOUNTAIN 6 8 - 40 XVESTINUNSTER 44 - 4 8 FORT COLLINS 8 3 - 7 9 POUDRE 5 5 - 5 2 V QA , NORTHGLENN 6 8 - 6 O ROCKY MOUNTAIN 8 8 - 5 9 WESTMINSTER 7 7 - 60 -BOY'S J.V. AND SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL JV Basketball Top Row: Ben Dahlman, Charles Torres, Bill Day, Maurice Means, Ben Compston, Bob Fiala, Neal Campbell, Carlo Crockom, Scott Johnson, Dave Sanders, and Jared Witzkc. Bottom Row: Manager Missy Hoover. Sylvia Hernandez sets up for bonus shot. The crowd watches as Tammy lhnen 1 I 2 i Q , yvjijj. M' W W 'aw ...W GIRL S VA ITY OPP. THS Whcatridgc 35 68 Grand Junction 42 50 Hinkley 29 43 C.S. Mitchell 35 52 Fairview 35 62 Chcrry Crcck 36 73 Boulder 54 59 ij: it C.S. Doherty 40 48 Q? wcsiy 37 68 wgtff Fort Collins 36 59 ' Poudrc 43 71 s f Northglcnn 47 57 'N--" in X , Rocky Mountain 32 80 U-f-'92 Wcsly 51 82 Fort Collins 46 63 Poudrc 29 56 , Northglcnn 47 33 , I Rocky Mountain 31 47 Nr:"""" Sub Districts A - - - District nna Cirbo sets off from a pick, as teammates help in slam defense. 192 Assistant Coach Nancy McDonald, Debbie Kreutzer, Amy Diesberg, Sylvia Hernandez Coach Dan Koenig, Cindy Cornett, Lynn Zastrocky, Anna Cirbo, and Assistant Coach S to make a pass to an Open teammate- Greg Hahn Second Row: Nikki Mullin, Katrina Nelson, Tammy Ihner, and Annette DeHerrara Third Row: Annette Wagner, Manager Karen Lynch, and Denise Roybal A re: e 1 tt .LL, . f t t, I . 'F i t " t ' Yip ' 5 Q if e R 'A -K " . .4 .fri .. .4 sq is ,Q , .il , we at 9' . wr X - S , Z NFL, t ee e ' ' ti ' ,A t S ' -'M a 'X QF ' W! v 'Q it t -5 i fan S ,Q N X '- i ser Q - ,Ei x Q ""' an 1' s ft and 'S ASKETBALL like Sylvia Hernandez was the winner of the Dr Pepper MVP Week Award. 'bv Cindy Cornett drives up against Northglenn defenders and positions herself for a lay-up. Rob Rynning puts up bonus shot, Isaac Lopez blocks an opponent's shot. ,png i ssso it sooo 'll i , Lf In ,MWM ,, I , A s ft R s !i if .4 -Vq 1, at ' vvll A , ew we BOYS VARSITY Scott Johnson, Neal Campbell, Trent Oney, Chad Wilson, Mark Goldman, ff Q 4 i , f 0 . 'W 'Q as f - Issac lopez, Steve Thorpe, Rob Rynning, Dave Sanders Bottom Row: Joel Q5 4- "fs W Voss, Tom Atwood, and Billy Gonzales Mark Goldman attempts a 20 footer in the game against Rocky Mountain. Mark Goodman, Rob Rynning, and Trent Oney tries to steal the ball Joel Voss grabs rebound, as teammates stand by on defense. from a Lobo player, 22" 4 r 'Ns..-r',, 'f-MW I A tsse- - , ,V f ,VME ff. ,A ,,,, WM , 2- ,tff Amana 'J 'YA A, 55 My are WW, ,,lt I BA KETB LL BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL NIWOT IDNGMONT REGIS FAIRVIEW BOULDER C.S. DOH ERTY GRAND JUNCTION AURORA CENTRAL FORT COLLINS POUDRE NORTHGLENN ROC KY MOUNTAIN WESTMINSTER FORT COLLINS POUDRE NORTHGLHXJN ROCKY MOUNTAIN WESTMINSTER SUB-DISTRICT DISTRICT STATE OPP THS 61 - 57 65 - 76 63 - 73 69 - 83 74 - 92 58 - 60 70 - 81 91 - 79 67 - 89 63 - 65 68 - 75 55 - 62 91 - 79 67 - 89 'W ' gif, ,, . I if sf n -mt ,- Rob Rynning tries to reach for the lose ball. I I ' I I We be .. Q 6 ..- W e,,, 5 Q 0 9, . B 5 8 - 6 9 69 - 70 6 5 - 6 2 5 6 5 7 2 m n-...le , Q I95 196 BOYS WRESTLING As Coach Hillman stated, "We haven't won state for 23 years," and thanks for the gift from Manual, Chris Perez was able to beat his opponent who was undefeated and beat Chris before. Chris said, "All I wanted to do was kill him!" Determined to get back M,-N for losing to him in past competition, Perez made an f .-N excellent effort, resulting in his first place finish. f Coming up just short was Delbert Trujillo who took second and had an outstanding 29-3 season. Both of our seniors placed in state their sophomore, and junior year, and made their best showing this year. BQYS Xp- XW " D37 X111 xx mrtw First row left: Janine Wren, Coach Ron Furth, Coach Jim Hillman, Coach Mike St. Onge second row left: Steve Akita, Scott Long, Matt Barton, Chris Perez, Rod Garcia, Delbert Trujillo, Tom Roller, Sam Trujillo, Tim Joiner, Mark Wilcoxon third row: Chris Taylor, Bob Arrieta, John Asay, Vieng Vourgiskang, Glenn Sanchez, Reuben Tenorio, Dave Carbajal, Roman Castro, Troy Rodriguez, Chad Garcia, Sam Cardillo fourth row: Glenn Sanchez, Don Vasquez, Scott Fletcher, Adam Harris, Trent Harr, Chad Soliz, Jon Powers, Corey Morris, Hitoshi Kinjo, Robert Torrez last row left: Angie Scollard, Renee League, Aaron Pantoya, Steve Clapham, Scott Ridel, Jason Mitchler, Rob Finn, Kent Carroll, Maury Barela, Steed Celio, Regina Harden, and Jenny Myers Jason Mitchlcr tries to pin down his oppenent. WFCSUCVS W3fm'UP for meet against Fort Collins l W' X' WRES TLING OPP. THS FORT LUPTON INV. 2nd AURORA CENTRAL 1 5 - 4 2 1 'NGMONT INV. 3rd MAPLETON INV. 1 S1 EORT COLLINS 1 8 - 3 1s SKYLUNJE 23 - 3 0 POUDRE 21 - 34 ARVADA WEST INV. 5 th NORTHGLENN 1 6 - 34 WESTMINSTER 2 9 - 25 T11oRNr0Nl1Nv. 151 ROCKY MOUNTAIN 1 5 - 4 5 1.v. LEAGUE MEET lst DISTRICT 21111 STATE C11R1s PEREZ FIRST PLACE, AND DELBERT TRUJILUO SECOND PLACE Stale winners Chris Perez, and Delbert Trujillo. Don Bonney perfects his form in a reverse forward dive. Kevin Hartford backstrokes his way to a win at the Northglenn match. BOYS SWIMMING Aurora Central 102 - 47 Ranum 109 - 63 Rocky Mountain 91 - 77 N Northglenn 89 - 79 League Relays 6th place Poudre 101 - 65 Westy 82 - 90 Rangeview 97 - 75 Port Collins 105 - 64 League 6Lh place Bottom Row: Jason Brown, Don Bonney, Scott Meszaros, and Manager Beth Peterson Middle Row: Jason McMahill, Ben Wilmot, Robert Banks, Lynn Koglin, Kevin Hartford, Paul Kowalis, Larry Barton, Phil Ginder, and Coach Shelly Gravos Top Row: Jeff Klosterman, Linh Ngo, Chris Aragon, Dennis Limmel, Scott Pachelo, Bill Ketchem, Ray Rickstrew, and Coach Tom McCaIIister Not Pictured: Paul Hurtado, Rick Freiberg, and Tom Blackman N9 0 Qs 0 Jf J 601-cg: ,ix 6 ,SO SQ. Q5 GGQ Od-,JZ Oo GI' 01- f ,O Q,-.0 K Running back Matt Shaw outruns a Northglenn de- 0 fender. 'tk Qin i. .Ax .N .Qmk Hvglf- Taking state at 105 division is Chris Perez XS QQ o5?JEa if v 6, TQ, Q -3 Henry Sallas enjoys a square meal on a round bun at .l1m s Burger Haven popular eatery of Th 3 OTIIIOII 1 . . H as 4 - s s The community which serves as a foundation to our school is noted for its support of all school ex ents l The local merchants, families and THS fans support the students by attending games, participating in activities or buying advertisements in the yearbook. They are all greatly appreciated. l i 'T L rv' -, -fa ' 'E ,, "" tri rirgigrfiiefsntiiimfis iict'iiif':T in i llgll lli it ll fl l -In li W YV l 1 "i ,obert Banks and Leo Salazar enjoy a izza lunch at Little Ceasar's. l.. ,Urn in an ll Ill 1- 1 i I CD61 0 'iff V 4 , 'I J 1 Il, 1 ,lo i' i wlf I' l'i'f ,,,, of J , C 'ff 1 2 ' 'af ff Z x by f vvpp s X Cl ,tiff C l M- T li ,,:t: C 5 ' 1 f"-1 :" 1,t ' tl ,s,y ii C it T ipyti i I f X4 If T we 'T 'fes it A ' 1' ' ' i ii. W ' Q , X l P. g 7' L Q l in ., Q , A X A -sq ,- fa' - ii ' ,l M A b g 4 ' V: 3 , Zvi Vas',,,aa at it if s-11a1iiiiiiti V, ytty if . , , We W ,, ,,.,,, , , ,, 'hornton's Civic Center in the heart of 'hornton. The City has been a strong upporter of schools and programs. 1 Q.- 201 Malley Heights Shopping Center 476 E. Malley Drive Northglenn, Colorado 80233 awmdrf A SUPPORTING sPoNsoR MERVYNS TASTE T. YoU'LL ovE T' OR OOD NORTHGLENN MALL -7 I ii ini' Dur Degrees Work 'Our degrees work for you, the high school graduate. Consider the Associate Degree as a low-cost, high quality option. The A.A. Degree is the employ-able degree in technical fields OR is transferable to four-year colleges. ln May 1987, Front Flange Community College awarded over 500 Associate Degrees and Certificates. Last year over 5,000 students attended our college to enter a major of their choice OR to explore before making a career decision. Let our expert career! employment counselors help you with that crucial decision. Nationally, 55"!a of all freshmen taking college credit courses are enrolled at .o , N ,, ,ycpmmunity colleges. They are taking ithe Associate Degree option. . 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The City of Thornton congratulates the Class of 1988 ana' wishes you continued success mdwhmm QQQ Q QQQQQ? Q Q Q QQ Q Q Q Q Q Q QQ QQQ QQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ Q,QQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQFQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ o PURTPLAITS 7290 N. Federal Blvd. La Come Shopping Ccnlc Westminster, CO 80030 427-1243 To AJ Vigil To our first son. A wonderful son that made the both of us proud. You are a great example to Trimi Manny 8 Leila. We love you for all you gave us. Love Mom 8 Dad Kelloggs Tonya 8 Sweaters l know we ll all go our different ways next year but it was fun wnile for the good times. Love Shana J J 7 7 ii ni 7 I 7 1 7 Q. 5 Joe Thank you for the unselfish love you ve given Monica. We son . Reach for the stars and always believe in yourself. Love Mom 8 Dad Heaston Thank you to everyone who helped me while l was in Denmark. Especially Mom, Dad, Melissa, Joe, Beth, Andrea, and Mr. Shull. l will always love you guys. Monica Heaston proudly call you our sfgt I Wo .ica osi. . 'i y to not ever makQng surf ce judgements makes me very proud. You .no e than 'ny daugh e youre my f. Qend. Love Mom Theresa To the best friend lve ever had. Thanks for everything. l love you lots! l sure am going to miss you when l go to college. Friends Forever Janell T i P , Y i r abilit see people from the heart 1 a 're nc r th . i it r ' Yl , , Best Wishes Class of 88 JIM S BURGER HAVEN A Square Meal On A Round Bun 6 Burger 1!41b Ground Beef Malts Shakes Fries Salads 595 E 88th Ave Phone Orders 430 8021 Jocelyn Abel "Renee', Jo" Tech Crew Plays 11 French club 11,12 Nick Adams Football 10,ll,l2 Wrestling 10,11 Baseball l0,1l,12 Jodi Allendorf .jon CBE 12 Soccer 10 Gymnastics 10 Trojan Processing Heather Arnspiger "Heathcliff" HERO 12 Lisa Auch "Lis" Gymnastics 11 HERO tTreasurerJ 12 Angela Babbitt "Angie" Concert Band 10,l1,12 Marching Band 10,1 1,12 Drama Club 11 FCA ll Deborah Baker ea DCKS Treasurer, Amnesty lnternational 12 CBE 12 FBLA 12 Robert Banks "Banzai" Swimming 10,1l,12 Athletic All-Stars 11,12 Track 10 General Assembly 10 Student Government ll, Dari Bartholomew Tennis 10,11 FBLA 11,12 Honor Society 11,12 Larry Barton "Big L" Cross-Country 11,12 Swimming l0,1l,l2 Track 10,11,12 German Club 10,11 T-Club 12 DECA 12 State Conference 12 Yearbook 12 Michael Bass bLMike1S Pottery 10,1 1,12 Kimberly Rae Benish "Kymber1i Rae" Mark Bicknell Peer Counseling 12 DECA 12 Randall Keith Black "Randy" Jazz Band 10,11 Marching Band 10 Concert Band 10 Stacey Boyd Forensics 12 Honor Society 10,1 1,12 Science Club 10 Secretary 11 President 12 Young Republicans 12 Tennis 10,11 Humana Hospital Program Vice President ll President 12 Denise Brewer "Wheezer", "Wheez" Jason Brown "Jay", "Jasc" Tennis 11,12 Swimming 11,12 Baseball 10,11 "Camelot" 12 FCA 12 French Club 10 Tim Butler "Bubba" Christopher Bradley Carpenter Chris "Carp" Football ll Lunch Detention 10,1 1,12 HERO 12 Student Aid 10,11,12 Kent Carroll "Red" Wrestling 11,12 Ski Club 10,11 Mylinda Carroll "Lynn" HERO 12 Mock Weddings 12 Janelle Cepeda Sitlayi! Sports Editor, Yearbook 12 CBE 12 Pete Chavez "Slider" Football 10,12 Baseball ll Track 12 Vince Chavez "Vinnie Testaverde" Boberino" Football 10 Basketball 10 Baseball 10,12 Ski Club 10,11 General Assembly ll Chong Yol Choi 6GCh0ng59 Gymnastics 11,12 or "Vinnie Martial Arts Club 11,12 Honor Society 11,12 Anna Cirbo "Turbo,' Volleyball 10,1l,12 Basketball 10,1l,12 Soccer 10,ll,l2 Yearbook 12 Kayla Clapper Volleyball l0,11,12 Tennis 10,1l,l2 Student Government HERO 12 Alex Clark Junior Achievement Top Salesman 10 Tennis Warsityj 11 Track ll Honor Society ll French Club ll Boys' State ll Junior Achievement V.P. Marketing ll Junior Achievement President 12 Honor Society 12 10,11 Debi Constable "Deb1es,' Cheryl Corley 'iCheryl" German Club 10,1 1,12 Swimming 10 FBLA 12 Cindy Lou Cornett Volleyball 10,11,12 Basketball l0,11,12 Soccer l0,11,12 Yearbook 12 Susan Courter Swimming 10,11 JA Secretary 10,11 Debbie Couture 6LDeb35 Anona Rae Cox "No No" or 'gNonie" Clown in Homecoming Parade 10 FHA 10 Peddlers Club 11 FBLA 11 CBE 12 Ramses ll field trip 12 Kathleen Crowfoot "Kath" Basketball 10 Soccer l0,ll,l2 Softball tcaptainj 12 Yearbook 12 Shana Cunningham FHA tDistrict Officer 8c Pres.J 11,12 Ski Club ll Kimberly Lynn Curtis "Kimmie Sue" DECA fashion show ll DECA 11 HERO 12 Doug Dalton "Spiker" Track 10,12 Baseball ll Vinh Dam "Manh" Martial Arts 12 Greg Davidson "Davidson" "Pin" Track 10 Wrestling 1 1 Bradley Davis "P.C." "Prince Charming" Science Field Trip Rocky Mtn. Nat'1 Park 12 Johnathan Davis John "Bad Boy" Davis Talent Show 11,12 CBE 12 Donna DeBeer "Don" "D.D." Marching Band 10,11 Tennis 11,12 HERO 12 Mock Wedding 12 Annette Delrlerrera "Pole" Basketball 10,11,12 Softball 12 Angela DeJiacomo "Angie" Varsity Soccer fgirlsl 10 German Club 10,11 Student Athletic Trainer 11,12 Outdoor Ed. Leader 12 HERO 12 Heidi Diehl Spanish Club 10,11,12 Softball 12 A11 Stars 11 Kristi Dillon "Kris" Outdoor Education 11,12 Starlight 10 l-lighlites 11,12 Chamber Choir 11,12 Concert Choir 10 Drama 11,12 Robert Dinkel 4'Dink" Plays 8: Musicals l0,ll,12 Honor Society 10,1 1,12 Tennis 11 Football 12 Outdoor Ed. 12 Gregory Douglass Golf 10,1 1,12 Andrea Dudash "Nah" "Nadia1' Gymnastics 10,1 1,12 Gymnastics captain 12 Honor Society 11,12 FBLA 12 Scott Durland GlTay5'l Football 10,l1,12 T Club 10,1l,12 Basketball 10 Baseball l0,1l,12 FCA 10,11 FHA 12 General Assembly 10,11 Richard D. Edgar "Ricky D" Football 11,12 Track 12 Christine Engle "Chris,' Future Problem Solving Team 1 All-Stars 11 Spanish Club 11 Youth and Government 10,11 Mock Trial Competition 10 Outdoor Education 11,12 Big Sister-Little Sister Program Ski Club 11 ' F.L.E.E.T. tteaching Spanish to elementary studentsj 11 Fashion Club 12 Powder Puff Football 11,12 Kerry Ermold "Kermold" Football 10,11,12 Basketball 10 Track 10 Gymnastics 11,12 Holly Jo Estes "Ho1', Student Government 11 French Club 10 Marcia Ann Ferguson "M 8L M" FBLA 10,l1,12 Treasurer for FBLA 11 Roger F. Fleck ..R0g,, Dukes 12 Tri M 12 0,1 12 Alohaa V. Fuller ggAl0e Vera77 6SL0hie7! CLI-,077 "Alohahaha" Newspaper lexchange editorl 12 All-Stars Community Involvement 12 Varsity Cheerleader 11 DECA 11 "Who's Who Among Amercian High School Students" ll Junior Varsity Cheerleader 10 Desmond Fulton "Howie" Football 10,11,12 Track 11,12 Ski Club 11,12 FCA 11,12 Amy Gallagher "Amy Lou" Gymnastics 1O,1l,12 Manager of Boys' Gymnastics 10,11,12 FCA 12 Qonovan GallardoE "Smooth" Football 1O,11,l2 Freach Club ll Ski Club 10,11 Power Lifting ll Tim Geist "Locks" "Tim" "Geistor" Football l0,1l,12 Weightlifting 10,ll,12 Charlie Geonetta "Cherry" Football 10,11,l2 Basketball 10 T-Club 10,1l,12 ALT 11,12 Shelley Gessner "Spanky" Band 10,11 Colorguard 10,11 Christy L. Gimer "Auntie Tea" All Stars 10,11 HERO tstate competitionl 12 Boys' Basketball manager 12 Homecoming Parade - "our float" 12 Mock Weddings 12 Michelle Goeden ssshelv ssMiCh9H GGMM French Club 10 FHA 10 Varsity Cheerleader 11 All-Stars 11,12 Volunteer for Humana Hospital 12 COE 12 Mark Goldman Q4GOld99 Basketball l0,l1,l2 Honor Society 10,1 1,12 Fashion Club 12 Thornton Jazz Combo 12 All State Jazz Band 12 Tri-M 12 Larissa M. Hancock "Lares" National Honor Society 10,1 Volleyball 10 J.V. Baseball Manager 10 Outdoor Education 11 fefdfff -A Stephen Gordon f Dean "Gordo" "Wl1ite7' o1f" Football l0,ll,l2 X Basketball 10,11 Kevin Harford Latarsha Anette Gray "SharkM "Tarsh" Honor Society 10 HERO 12 Peer Counseling 12 Traci Gujda "Tra" Gymnastics 10,11,12 Track 10,11,l2 Honor Society 10,11 Aaron Guthrie Cross Country 10,1 1,12 Baseball 10,11,l2 Peer Counseling 12 Bike Club 12 Troy Hagaman "Troy Boy" J.V. Baseball 10 Baseball 11,12 Soccer 11,12 Peer Counseling 12 Shane Hall "Opie" Soccer 10,l1,l2 Swimming ll HERO 12 Student Council 10,11 Serena Hampel Future Problem Solving 10,1 1,12 Youth in Government 10,1 1,12 Jazz Band 10,l1,l2 National Honor Society 11,12 Outdoor Education 11,12 Ski Club 10,11 Powder Puff Football 11,12 Band Council 12 Girls' State 11 Soccer 10,11 Swimming 10,ll,12 Baseball 10,11 Track 12 DECA 11,12 State Conference 12 Yearbook Co-Editor 12 Monica Heaston Honor Society 10,11 French 10,11 Man Who Came to Dinner' "Fiddler on the Roof" 10 "Annie" 11 "Harvey" ll "Bye, Bye Birdie" ll ss ss Up the Down Staircase" ll Foreign Exchange Student in Denmark 12 Roycee Hickman "Auntie Roo" Yearbook 11 HERO 12 Amnesty lnternational Vice President 12 Junior Achievment 11,12 Senior Float 12 Boys Basketball Manager 12 Theatre School for Youth 10 Colorado Close-Up ll Girl's State 11 National Close-Up 12 Forensics 12 Homecoming Clown ll Stacy Hitzler "Stace" Outdoor Education 10,11 All Stars 12 Girls' State 11 Youth in Government 10,1 1,1 Volleyball 11,12 Basketball 10,11 Soccer 10,ll,12 Future Problem Solving 10,11 Tim Hoffman "Hoff" "Tom" Football 10,12 Track 10 All Stars 10,11 Baseball 10,12 Power Lifting 10,12 Krista Hogue FHA ftreasurerl 11,12 Ski Club 11 John Holmes "Sherlock" 'ilonathonl' "Juan" Varsity Track 10,1 1,12 Head Captain 12 All Conference 11,12 District Champion 11,12 State Qualifier 11,12 Cross Country 11,12 Captain 12 T-Club 11,12 Spanish Club 10 "Who's Who Among America School Students" 12 Yearbook Senior Editor 12 Sports Hall of Fame 12 Carrie Holz 6SCare99 DECA 1 1,12 Sandy Janezie uDingy1s HCJJQ Marching Band Lisa Jackson GSI-4iS5, Tennis 10 FBLA 12 Kelly .lanzen "Kel" DECA ll Spanish Club 11 Kevin Kaesmarek "Woody" Wrestling 10 Football ll Baseball 11,12 FHA 12 Nils Kalve n High "Tissetassen', DECA 12 Michelle Kamorowski "Shel" JV Cheerleading 10 Concert Choir 10,11 Starlights ll DECA 12 Susan Michelle Keefer K6Sue!9 Girls Soccer 10,12 Outdoor Education Leader 10,11 Pom Pon 11,12 Captain 12 HERO 12 President 12 Shawdra Renae Smette Keen "Mrs Keen" District Parliamentarian X FHA 10,11 HERO State Officer Parliamentarian f Senator 11,12 All Stars 12 FHA State-Gold medal in Job Applications and Interview ll Bryan Keith "Special K" Basketball 10,11 Ski Club 10 German Club 10,11 CSU Math Team 10,12 Krist Lee Klein "Kris" "Legs" Ski Club 10 Tennis f.l.V., Varsityl 10,11 Volleyball fsophomorel 10 Poms 11,12 All Stars 12 DECA 12 State Convention 12 Margaret King "Margol' Cheerleader 10,11 Trojan Mascot 12 DECA 11,12 Hitoshi Kinjo Soccer 12 Wrestling 12 Martial Arts 12 Troy King S5Bing37 Basketball 10 Soccer 11,12 Jaraslaw T. Klimas S6YOd37 VICA11,12 Jennifer Marie Kochevar "Jen" 'Zlenny' CBE 12 FHA 12 Lynn Koglin "Kogl' "Lennie" Baseball 10 . Basketball 10,11 Swimming 12 Track 11,12 Keith Koppenhaven "Flex" Football 10,11 Powerlifting 10,1l,12 Body Building 11,12 Paul Kowalis "P.K." "Je1lybean" ".l.B.,' Basketball 10 Swimming 11,12 Baseball l0,11,12 Debbie Kreutzer "Deb" Volleyball l0,l1,12 Basketball l0,ll,12 Soccer l0,l1,l2 Peer Counseling 12 Newspaper Sports Editor 12 David Kunz "Traitor" Cross Country Manager 11 Yearbook 11,12 Newspaper 12 Track 12 Denene Kathryn Kuretich "Neners" DECA President 11,12 DECA Store Manager 11,12 Marketing Education Outstanding Student Cof the yearj 11 District 81 State Competition ll 12 Peer Counselor 12 Soccer 10 Soccer team Manager ll Swim Team 10,11 All Stars ll Art in the School 10,11 General Assembly Representative 11,12 Robert Leonard Wind Ensemble l0,11,l2 Jazz II l0,ll,12 Pit Orchestra 10,1 1,12 DECA 11,12 Orchestra 10,l1,12 Wrestling 10 Pep Band 10,1l,12 Stephanie Leonard "Stebanie" Plays: "Fiddler on the Roof' 10 "Annie" 10 "Bye Bye Birdien 11 Up the Down Staircase" 11 "O1iver,' ll "Arsenic and Old Lacei' 12 "Camelot" 12 Concert Choir as Dawn Line "Dawnerbee" FBLA Junior Rep. 10,11 Colorado Close-Up 11 Outdoor Education Leader 10 Colorado Mock Trial Competition 11 Boys Basketball Manager ll All Stars 11 Steven Loeffler "Lumpy', Ski Club 10 Honor Society 10,11 Tennis 12 "Arsenic and Old Lacei' Tech Crew 12 "Camelot" Tech Crew 12 .Iona Lynn Lopez ".Iona" Boys Varsity Manager ll, 12 Ron Lopezi "Radar" "The Man Who Came To Dinner" 10 "Fiddler on the Roof' 10 Harvey"-Student Director 11 "Bye-Bye Birdie" ll Up The Down Staircase" 11 Shakespeare: Lovers and Fools" ll Newspaper 10, 11, 12 Newspaper-Managing Editor 12 Spanish Club 10, 11, 12 Spanish Club Vice-President 12 Teen-Democrats 12 Amnesty international Club 11 Whois Who in American High School ss as cc Students ll Don Lovato "Donnie" Wrestling 12 Baseball 12 Alan Lovato "Slammer" Weightlifting 10,11,12 Hector Luna "He'cter" Soccer 10,1 1 Serena Lundquist HWEE-WEEB and "Ren" Honor Society 10,11 Spanish Club 12 Science Club 12 General Assembly 12 Kaylene Lyons bkKay19 Deca I ll CBE 12 FBLA 12 Marlin Martinez "Mars" Baseball 10,11,12 Football 10 Wind Ensemble l0,ll,l2 Kelly McCarter 1'Ke1" DECA 1 1,12 Keith McDonald "Kamala" Football 10,11,12 Wrestling 10 Track 12 Hero 12 Carlie McGinn "Chuck" Latin Club l0,1l,l2 Soccer 10,12 Boys Basketball Manager 11,12 FBLA 12 Honor Society 11,12 Science Club 12 All Stars ll Knowledge Bowl Team 11,12 Art Student of the Month 12 Art Student of the Quarter 12 T-Club 11,12 Stacey McGloth1en "Space" Marching Band 10,11,12 Color Guard tsolo dancerl 12 DECA 11,12 French Club 11,12 FHA 12 Christine Renee McKim "Chris" Varsity Soccer 10,11,12 Latin Club 10 Spanish Club 10 Honor Society 10,1 1,12 Charlene McLeod "Char" Soccer 10,11 Honor Society 11,12 1 Jason McMahil1 "Cricket" Cross Country 10,11 Swimming 10,1 1,12 tCaptain Junior Class Treasurer Senior Class Vice-President Ski Club 10,11 FHA 12 Rick Mendieta 66 Rich Baseball 11,12 Football 12 Deeann Miller Hero 12 Jason Mitchler 11,121 Wrestling 10,11,12 tCaptain 121 Football 10,l1,12 Vice-President 10 Vice-President 11 President 12 Ski Club 10 FHA 12 Stephen Montoya "The Beast" Forensics 12 Track 11 Martial Arts ll Lisa Morelli "Lips" Cheerleading 12 French Club 10 fft.,,,f,1.-1 gain ,es 1 Laura Morrow "Lor" All Star 11,12 Peer Counseling 12 CBE 12 French Club 10 FHAIO Nichole Erin Mullin "Nikki, Vern" Basketball 10,11,12 Tennis 10 Softball 12 Honor Society l0,11,12 Steven Musgrave "Steve" Newspaper 12 Tracy Musgrave Track 10,11 DECA ll Positive PE Aide 11,12 All-Stars 12 Cliff Netuschil 'Cliffn Jv Soccer 10 .IV Wrestling 11 Ski Club 11 DECA 11 Shelley J. Newell "Blondie" Honor Society 11,12 General Assemble 12 Angie Noblitt "Ang or Sami, Powder Puff ll Hero 12 Cristina Novy GGCHSSS Foreign Exchange Student, South Africa 12 Outdoor Education Counselor 10,11 Diving tCo-Captainj 11 Boyis Swim Team Manager 10 German Club 10 Wind Ensemble 10 Student Government Community Social Work Assistant 11 Honor Society 1 1 Who's Who Among American High School Students ll Robert Owens tt Highlites 11,12 Chamber Choir 12 Dukes 12 Newspaper fNews Editorj Honor Society 11,12 Tri-M 12 Concert Choir 10,11 French Club 10 Scott Pachello Swimming 10,11,12 Aaron Pantoya Baseball 10 Wrestling 11,12 Ski CLub 10 Tammy Paplow "Eden" Honor Society 10,1 1,12 Secretary 12 F.C.A.10,1l,12 Varsity Volleyball 10,1 1,12 Forensics 12 All Stars 10,1l,12 Jamie Perry CBE 12 Elizabeth Ann Peterson "Beth, Fish" Student Council 10,11 Junior Class President Varsity Swimming 10,1 1,12 Captain 10,11,l2 All-Conference 10,1 1,12 Statel0,11,l2 Manager Boy's Swimming 10,1 1,12 Honor Society 10,ll,12 All Stars 10,11 Outdoor Education Leader Drama Club 10 Future Problem Solving 10 German Club 10,1 1,12 President 12 Powder puff 11,12 Jazz Band 10 Who's Who Among American High School Students 11,12 T-Club l0,11,12 Tonya Peterson HEO 12 Kerstine Marie Pfeifer "Krisi' Concert Choir 10,1 1,12 Starlights 12 All Stars l0,11,l2 "The Man Who Came to Dinner Stage Crew 10 Lights for Talent Show 11,12 Hero 12 Janet Polacek "Wanet" Soccer 10,1 1,12 German Club tVice-Presidentl 11 12 General Assembly Representative 11 Student Government 1 1,12 Senior Class Secretary fTreasurer 12 Mary Pumprey "Mar-Mar" Choir Concert 10 Science Club 11 All Stars 11 Hero 12 David Raines SSDaVe37 Varsity Soccer 10,1 1,12 Marketing Education 11 Rhonda Reese Soccer 10 Marching Band 1O,l1,l2 CBE 12 Sheri Renz German Club 11 National Honor Society 10 ll 12 FBLA 12 Jennifer Reesler "Jen" Cheerieading 10 Track 10 Cross Country 11 Honor Society 11,12 All Stars 10,11,12 French Club 10 Aaron Rimpley Marching Band 10,11 "Bye Bye Birdie" Ski Club 10,11 Tennis Team 12 Talent Show 10,1l,l2 Boyden Roberge Jr. 66BOyd39 Tennis 10 Honor Society 10,1 1,12 Ski Club ll Aaron Rockefeller "Aaron" Outdoor Education 11,12 Basketball 10 Deanne Rodriguez "Deen Volleyball 10,l1,12 Basketball 10,11 Track 10,11,12 FCA 10,11 T-Club 12 French Club 10 Bradley Roe t'Roe" Football 10 Ski Club 10,11 Nichole Rosenbach JV Cheerleader 10 Homecoming Attendant 10 Varsity Cheerleader 11 Prom Princess 11 Jazz Band 11 Varsity Cheerleader CCaptainJ 12 Gregory E. Roth "Greg" Football 10,11,12 Baseball l0,1l,12 All Stars lO,ll,12 Powerlifting and Bodybuilding 11 Isabelle Rouet National Honor Society 12 French Club 12 Track 12 Denise Roybal Basketball l0,ll,12 Soccer 10,1l,l2 Softball 12 Mike Ruseetta Auto Mech 10 Auto Mech ll ll Wade Russell Soccer 10,1 1,12 Thornton High Republicans 12 Robert Rynning "Tree Man" Football 10 Golf 11,12 Basketball l0,1l,12 All Star Athletes ll Leo Salazar 6QRaZ19 Wendy Schultze "Geek" Marching Band ll University of Colorado Honor Band 11 Honor Society 11,12 Western State Honor Band 12 Alberta Sena '1Berta" Volleyball 10 FBLA - senior rep. 12 Shannon Sena "Shan" Volleyball fsoph.1 10 Basketball tsophj 10 Varsity Tennis 10,1 1,12 Varsity Volleyball 11,12 JV Basketball 11 All Stars Matt Shaw "Mattchew" Football 11,12 Baseball 11 Delecia Simpson MDE57 Gymnastics 10,11,12 Captain 12 Track 10,11,12 Athletic All-Stars Denise Skeels "Nisers" Student Council 10,1 1,12 Honor Society 10,1 1,12 Spanish Club 10,1 1,12 Ski Club 10,11 Close Up 10 Cherie Ann Slorf "Chen, Volleyball Team Csophomorel 10 All-Stars 11,12 FBLA 12 Patricia Stackhouse "Trish" HEO 12 HERO 12 Rob Stokvis "P-BOB" Concert Choir 11,12 Chamber Choir 12 Dukes 12 Kerri Stolz "Kerrance" DECA Member 12 Store manager 12 State Conference 12 Church Youth Group 10,1 1,12 Kristine Denise Stonehocker Cross Country 10 "Fiddle on the Roof' 10 General Assembly 10,11 FHA 11 HERO Secretary Elect 12 Student Government 12 Ski Club 12 Dennis Heath Strawn "Heath" Baseball 10 Power Lifting 10,1 1,12 Deena Suiter "Deen JV Cheerleading 10 Varsity Cheerleading 1 1,12 co-captain 11,12 "Bye Bye Birdie" 11 Newspaper Staff- in-depth ed. 12 Mock Trial Team 11 Kimberly Sunday "Kimmers'1 "Karm" Honor Society 10,11,12 Pom Poms 11,12 Tennis 10 French Club I0 All-Stars ll Edda Svaldi "Edna" Honor Society 10,1 1,12 .IV Cheerleading 10 Varsity Cheerleader 11 JV Tennis 10 Varsity Tennis ll FBLA President 12 French Club 10 Bobbie Swanson "Bob" "Norse" Ski Club 10,11 DECA 11 director, DECA fashion show 11 FHA 10 Boys' Basketball. manager 10,11 HERO, public relation officer 12 General Assembly 11,12 Varsity Cheerleading 11 Pep Club 10,11 Tina Tcheng 66Dieu19 CBE 12 FBLA 12 Trojan Processing 12 Tomi Tikkanen Tennis 12 Baseball 12 Ski Club 12 .lanell Truex Concert Choir 10 Chamber Choir 11,12 Starlights 11 Highlites 12 Honor Society 11,12 FBLA 12 Spanish Club 11,12 Tri-M 12 Delbert Trujillo "Deli', Football 10 Wrestling 10,11,12 co-captain 11 captain 12 state placer 5th place 10 4th place 11 Tim Turner "Tony Montana" Marketing I 11 DECA 11,12 store manager 11,12 Marketing II 12 Fernando Valdez "Nando" JV Soccer 10 Varsity Soccer 11,12 DECA 11,12 Greg Gene Vigil "Vigil" Baseball 12 Wrestling 11,12 Potters' Club 12 Janalisa Irene Walters All-Stars 12 Student Council 10,1 1,12 Gymnastics 10,11 Sophomore Class Secreta FHA 12 Kimberly Ann Whaples 1' ssKimvs,ssKimrnyvv,ssKimb01s DECA 11 Ski Club 10 Powder Puff 11,12 Christine Whittemore "Tris" Gymnastics 10 Track 10 Pit Orchestra 11,12 Orchestra 10,1l,12 Latin Club Cvice pres.l 1 Jennifer Lynn Wilbourn "Jen", "Jennie" Outdoor Ed. 11,12 Ski Club 10 HERO President 12 Shana Wilkinson "Curly" Newspaper 11,12 copy editor 11 editor 12 Honor Society 10,1 1,12 1,1 Teen Democrats CP.R. managerj 12 Spanish Club 12 Martial Arts Club 12 Knowledge Bowl team 12 "Who's Who in American High Schools?" 12 Kristi Williams Marching Band 10,11 Softball, manager 12 Symphonic Band 12 "Big Sister" at Thornton Elementary 12 FHA 12 HOSA 11 Teen Democrats 11 Carmen Willis "Karma" Track 12 Mock Trial team 11 Spanish Club 10 Audra Wilson "And" Powder Puff 12 HERO 12 German Club 11 G. Michael Wilson II Thornton Theatre Productions 12 T.J. Willis "Sparky", "GOP Football 10,l1,12 FHA 12 Ski Club 10,11 General Assembly 10,11,l2 Outdoor Ed. 11,12 Joe Windsor "Tree Man" Basketball 10,11 Craig Wintersteller "Chonga" DECA 11,12 Super Student 10,1 1,12 Brian D. Wood Gymnastics 10,1l,12 Kellianne Wright "Kel1oggs" Concert Choir 11,12 Starlights 12 Martial Arts Club 12 Boys, 8a Girls' Soccer m Corey Woods "Fresh,' Basketball 11 DECA 11,12 Cross Country 12 Track 11,12 David Zaffore "Dave Zee" Thornton Theatre Produ "The Man Who Came anager 10,1 1 ctions to Dinner" 10 "Fiddler on the Roofn 10 "HarveyH ll "Bye Bye Birdie" 11 Arsenic and Old Lace" "Camelot" 12 Student Director 12 at 12 School District 12 productions "Annie" 10 "Oliver" 1 1 Advanced Drama productions 1'Up the Down Staircase" 11 "Shakespeare: Lovers and Fools" 11 Talent Show 12 Mens' Choir "The Dukes" 12 Thespian Convention 11,12 Ailes, Sharla 11 102 NDEX-NDEX- NDEX A Abbott, Danny 11 118 Abel, Jocelyne 12 8, 1 Abel, Renee 159 Abeyta, April 11 102 Acker, Gene 11 166 Acker, Jared 11 118 Acosta, Eugene 11 102, 118 Acre, Ron 176 Adam, Gerald 10 128 Adams, Nick Charles 12 8, 186, 210 Adler, Kayleen 12 8, 10 Ahrens, Rebecca 11 54, 101, 102, 152 Ainscough, Jeff 10 128 Akita, Steve 10 128, 196 Alarid, Rodney 10 128, 186 Albers, Don 64 Albert, Colette 12 8, 10 Aldridge, Jeff io 142 Alexander, Michelle 10 102, 128, 149 Alexander, Sean 10 128 Alexander, Shelly 10 142 Allen, Troy Michael 12 8 Allendorf, Jodi Ann 12 8, 210 Alloway, Laurie 10 128, 142, 175 Almeida, Oscar 10 128, 142 Ambrosio, Shawn 12 8, 10 Amen, Lanette 10 128, 169 Ames, W Lee 11 102 0, 154, 210 Argys, Richard 66, 191 Armitage, Ann 11 102, 164, 168 Armstromg, Barbara 69 Armstrong, Barbara 75 Armstrong, Chris 159 Armstrong, Christien 11 102 Arnspiger, Heather 12 9, 166, 210 Arrieta, Robert 10 100, 128, 145, 196 Arroyo, James 11 102 Arroyo, Shawn 11 102, 149, 164 Arscott, Christopher 11 102, 169, 186 Asay, Janet 11 102, 118 Asay, John 11 102, 196 Ashbrook, Donna 11 102 Ashton, Jonathan 10 128, 142, 158, 168 Amitrano, Louis 10 128, 149, 166, 182 Andersen, Corey 11 102 Andersen, Kimberly 11 102 Andersen, Phaedra 11 159 Anderson Corey 11 163, 164, Anderson Craig 69 Anderson Jody 10 128 Anderson Anderson Anderson Johnna 12 8,10 Kasey 11 102 Kimberly 11 118 Anderson Kristine 12 8, 10 Anderson, Lon 10 128, 163 Anderson, Scott 11 102 Andrews, Laura 10 142, 169 Aspden, Monte 66, 186 Atkins, Corey 11 102 Atwood, Thomas 11 102, 164, 184, 186, 194 Auch, Lisa 12 9, 97, 162, 166, 210 Austin, Russell 11 102 Avent, Tracey Renee 12 9 Avila, Brina 11 102, 118, 149, 162, 184, 186 Axtman, Kelli Jean 11 102, 166 Ayala, Michelle 10 128, 159 B Babbel, Darcy 11 103, 162 Babbitt, Angela 12 9, 169, 210 Baca, John 11 118 Bacca, Deborah 12 9 Bacon, Melissa 10 128, 169 Bader, Rodney 11 103, 149 Bailey, George 66 Bailey Jeffrey 10 128 Bainter, Verneice 69, 75 Bak, Melaney 11 103, 188, 189 Bak, Todd 12 9 Baker, Deborah 12 9, 162, 165, 170 210 Baker, Jennifer 11 103 Baker, Leslie 11 103, 179 Anglada, Andrea 11 102, 154, 164 Anisimow, Kevin 10 125, 128, 166, 191 Ansley, Michael 10 128, 191 Antione, Leisha Marie 12 8 Apps, Thomas 11 102 Aragon Angela 11 102, 118 Aragon, Athena 10 128 Aragon, Christopher 10 128, 184, 198 Aragon Elisa 12 8 Aragon, Shelly 143 Aranda, Maurice Robert 12 8 Arbizu, Valerie 11 100, 102, 152 174, 175 Arbo, Wanda 10 128 Archuleta, Michael 11 102, Archuleta, Patrick 10 128 Ardholm, Helena 12 9, 154, 224 216 184 171, Baker, Theresa 11 103 Bank, Julie 66 Banks, Kimberly 11 103, 164 Banks, Robert 12 9, 148, 149, 198, 203, 210 Barela, Richard Maury 11 103, 166, 188, 189, 196 Barker, Katherine 10 128, 142, 163, 169, 179 Barker, Keith 11 103, 118, 164, 167 Barnes, Aimee 10 128 Barney, Debra 11 103 Barnt, Glen 11 103 Barr, Sherry 11 103, 118 Barragan, Monica 11 103 Barstead, Mary 66 Bartholomew, Dari Ann 12 9, 79, 162, 164, 210 Bartholomew, Heidi 10 128 Barton, Larry 12 9, 55, 164, 171, 188, 189, 198,210,224 Barton, Matt 10 142, 185, 196 Barton, Matthew 10 128 Bashor, Joseph 12 9 Bashore, Lee 10 83, 128, 142 Bass, Michael 12 10, 210 Bata, Pete 11 103, 186 Bate, Nonie 69, 74 Bates, Matthew 11 103, 158, 169, 186 Batten, Michelle 11 103 Bayens, Kerri 10 129 Bayles, Genevieve 69, 75 Beach, Jenny 11 118 Beal, Margaret 11 103 Beall, Debbie Le 11 103 Bean, Nancy 11 103 Beasley, David 10 83, 129, 150 Bechard, Mindi 11 103, 149, 154, 164 Becker, Jacki 10 142 Beckett, Mark 11 103 Beeby, Benjamin 163 Beeby, Wade 169 Beger, Stephanie 11 103 Begley, Michelle 12 10 Belich, Bruce 11 103, 118 Bell, Brad 12 10, 61, 164, 173, 188, 189 Bell, Jami 11 54, 93, 103, 152 Bendt, Jimmie 12 10 Bendt, Tammie 10 129 Benish, Kimberly Rae 12 210 Benjamin, Christine 11 118 Bennett, Dawn Rene 12 10, 159, 164 Berger, Crystal Il 103, 149, 164, 177 Bergh, Shane 11 118 Berkmyre, Craig 11 103, 161, 162, 167 Bernal, Cecilia 10 129 Bernal, Paul 11 127 Berryman, CoraAnn 66 Bertelotto, Scott 10 142 Bertolotto, Scott 10 129 Bethea, Rhonda 11 103, 148, 149, 152, 164, 171,224 Bettis, Jeremy 10 129 Betts, Nicole 169 Bickford, Richard 11 103 Bicknell, Mark 12 10, 165, 210 Bicknell, Vance 10 129, 142, 169 Bienek, Dawn 11 118 Bierwirth, David 11 104 Biesecker, Sheila Ann 12 10 Bird, Frank 11 104 Bird, Pat 66 Birenboim, Marcey 66 Black, Darrin 11 104 Black, Elizabeth 11 104, 118, 164 Black, Janette 66, 179 Black, Randy 12 10, 59, 60, 83, 210 Blackburn, William 10 129 Blackman, Tom 11 104, 155, 164, 167, 198 Blair, Ann 10 129, 142 Blair, Carol 11 104 Blanas, Kate 66, 154 Blanchard, Rachelle 10 129 Blank, Shawna DeAnn 12 10, 169 Blankis, Vanessa 10 129 Block, Sherry 11 104, 164 Blount, Dee 66 Blount, Michelle 10 129 Blue, Tonya 10 129, 169 Bluhm, Rich 66 Bochert, Tina 11 104, 164, 179 Bodle, Kerri 10 129 Bogart, Robin 10 129 Bohlender, Julie 66 Bojan, John 11 104 Boldra, Scott 10 129 Bollig, Marcy 11 104 Bollman, Dave 66 Bonds, Dawn 10 129, 142, 155 Bonney, Don 11 104,119,121, 198 Borgsmiller, Mike 12 10 Boss, Mary 66 Botello, Arthur 10 129, 184 Botherson, Todd 186 Bottomley, Jean 11 104 Boucheau, Kakoli 10 142 Boucher, Jennifer 12 10 Bouchert. Tina 11 190 Boughman, Charles 10 142 Bours, Jerred 11 104, 118 Boutan, Paul 12 10 Bowers, Fred 66 Bowles, Timothy 10 129 Bowman, Joann 11 104 Bowser, Raymond 10 129 Boyd, Stacey 12 11, 163, 164, 167, 210 Boyers, Kimberly 11 02, 104, 122, 154, 155 Bozworth, Bertha 11 104 Bradley, Jeannine ll 104 Brady, Dawna 11 104 Brahmer, Jonathan 11 104 Branan, Todd 11 104, 169 Brandenburg, Gayle 11 104, 164 Brandt, Rhonda 10 129, 169 Brannan, Charles 10 129 Brannan, Todd 11 170 Brant, Deena 11 104, 118, 162 Braswell, Vernon 10 129 Brenneman, Merle 66 Bress, Richard 66 Brewer, Denise Amy 12 11, 210 Brewer, Sheri 11 104 Bridge, Carl 182 Brigode, Jason 10 142 Brindle, Robert 10 129, 169 Brito, Rochonne 12 11, 166 Britton, Gavin 11 104 Brix, Russell 12 11 Broeren, Ted Conrad 12 11 Brooks, Donald 11 99, 104, 118 Brothersen, Alan Todd 11 104 Brown, Alexis 11 104 Brown, Dave 12 11, 61 Brown, Donna 11 104 Brown, Jason 12 11, 166, 178, 198, 210 Brown, Lisa 69, 75 Brown, Sandra 12 11, 166 Brown, Shawn ll 118 Brown, Sherry 11 104 Brown, Val 66, 163 Brown, Wendy 12 11 Browning, Gerald 11 104 Bruce, Corey 10 129, 142, 185 Bruce, Debra 11 104, 118 Brumley, Ronnie 11 104 Bruno, Robert 10 129 Bryant, Brenda 10 129 Bryn, Michelle 10 129 Bryn, Natalie 11 104, 118 Bucher, Candice 11 104, 152 Bucher, Candy 11 118, 175 Buck, Wendy 11 104, 164, 190 Bulis, Scott 11 104 Bundy, Ron ll 118 Burback, Thomas R. 12 11 Burghardt, Julie 166 Burke, Lori 11 104, 224 Burnett, Fontaine 10 168, 169 Burnett, Misty 10 130, 175 Burns, Peggy 66, 163 Burroughs, Shelby 10 130 Burt, Georgianna 12 11 Burton, Denise 11 104, 118 Bush, Darrell 11 104 Bush, Kevin 11 104 Bush, Michael 11 82, 104, 159164 Butler, Christopher 11 104 Butler, Daniel 10 130, 142 Butler, Tim 175, 210 Buxton, Dawn 69 Buzard, Tammy ll 104 Bye, Derrick 11 104, 118, 169 Byers, Jeffrey 11 104 C Cabana, Tracy 11 104 Cahill, Chris 10 130 Cahill, Debbie 69 Calderon, Yolanda 69 Calhoun, Susan 11 104 Calvillo, Xavier 11 104 Camara, Suzanne 11 104, 118, 166 Camara, Yvonne 69 Campbell, Leann 11 104 Campbell, Neal I1 104, 164, 182, 191, 194 Campbell, Scott 11 104 Cannon, Vicki 12 11, 169 Carabajal, David ll 104, 186, 196 Caraghar, lleta 10 130, 165 Cardillo, Samuel 10 130, 166, 196 Carey, April 10 130, 142, 169, 182 183 Caricato, Bette 65. 149 Carlson, Michael 10 130, 158, 168, 169 Carlton, Shaunalee 12 12, 159 Carpenean, Roxanne ll 104 Carpenter, Chris 12 12, 55, 84, 89, 166, 210 Carpenter, Traci 11 104, 118, 162, 184, 186 Carpio, Steve 12 12 Carrea. Paul 10 142 Carrizales, Melissa 10 130, 169 Carroll, Greg 66, 169 Carroll, Kent 12 12, 196, 210 Carroll, Mylinda 12 12, 210 Carson, Jamie 11 104 Casas, Edward Christopher 12 12 Casas, Tammy ll 105 Case, Cody 10 130, 169 Case, Steven 10 130 Casias, Danette I2 12, 162 Cason, Amy 10 130 Casteel, Rhoda 12 12 Castillo, Michael 10 130, 142 Castle, Stephanie 10 142 Castleman, Trina 12 12 Castro, Roman 11 105, 118, 196 Causey, Krista 11 105 Ceballos, Norma 69 Celio, Steed 10 130, 184, 196 Cepeda, Janelle 12 12, 162, 171, 210, 224 Chalmers, Shari 10 130 Chamberland, Jennifer 69 Chambers, Angie 11 105, 150, 152, 164 Chambers, Tim 12 12 Chambers, Tina 12 12 Cook, Julie 11 54, 93, 100, 105, 117 152, 153 Cook, Michael 10 130 Cook, Tracey 152 Corbett, Elizabeth 11 105 Corbin, Jerre Lyn I1 105 Corbin, Kimberly 10 130, 149 Cordova, Brian 12 84, 89 Cordova, Carl 69 Cordova, Denise ll 105 Cordova, Lisa 10 130 Cordova, Patricia Lea 12 14, 162 Cordova, Shawna 11 105 Coriell, Jeff 11 119 Corley, Cheryl 12 14, 155, 162, 210 Corley, Diane 11 02, 105, 164, 169 Corley, Michelle 11 119 Cornett, Cindy 12 14, 61, 79, 171, 180,193, 211,224 Daniels, Eric 11 106, 119 Davenport, Donald 11 5, 106, 169 Davidson, Greg 12 15, 59, 163, 166, 21 1 Davis, Bill 12 15 Davis, Brad 12 15, 211 Davis, Clare 66 Davis, Gabe 10 130 Davis, Johnathan 12 15, 162, 211 Davis Neil 11 106, 119 Davis, Pam 52, 53 Davis, Shannon 10 130, 169, 179 Davis, Stacy ll 106 Davis, Tammy 12 15, 166 Day, William 11 106, 119, 191 DeBeer, Donna 12 15, 166, 211 DeCino, Gino 10 130 DeGroaf, Winnie 69 DeHerrera, Annette 12 15, 88, 89, Chandler, Kyle 12 5, 13, 55, 158, 159, 163, 164, 169, 188 Chaves, Jeannie 11 105 Chavez, Chavez, Christel Lynette 12 13 James I1 105 Chavez, Pete 12 166, 186 Chavez, Rita 10 130 Chavez, Vince 210 Chavez, Vincent L. 12 13 Childers, Heather ll 105 Ching, Marlene 11 105, 164, 182, 185 Choi, Chong Yol 12 13, 163, 164, 210 Chopper, Joshua I1 105, 116, 119, 184, 186 Christensen, Ellen 66 Christiansen, Tia 10 130, 142, 152 Chu, Enming 10 142 Cirbo, Anna 12 13.171, 180, 192, 193, 210, 224 Clapham, Calter 10 130 Clapham, Steve 10 142, 196 Clapper, Kayla 12 13, 166, 180, 210 Clark, Alex 12 13, 164210 Clark, Drew 66 Clayton, Michelle 11 105 Clevenger, Shannon 11 105, 149, 177 Closterman, Jeffrey 185 Clouse, Robert 12 13 Coan, Wendy 11 105, 182, 183 Cobb, Crystal 10 130 Codding, Denise ll 105, 163, 166 Cogil, Brian 10 130 Cogil, Lisa 10 130, 142, 184, 186 Cornett, Kelli 10 130, 142, 179, 190 Corsentino, Stacey Lynn 12 14 Corsino, Darlene Edith 12 14 Corwin, Melinda ll 105, 119, 162. 166 Cosby, Kim 10 130, 159 Cosby, Marlo ll 105 Cosby, Randy 10 130 Cottrell, Christi 10 130 Courter, Suzanne 12 14, 211 Courts, Alisa 10 130 Couture, Debbie 12 14, 211 Coventry, Walter 11 105 Cowan, Mary 11 105, 164, 169 Cowling, Deidre 12 159 Cox, Anona Rae 12 14, 50, 162, 211 Cox, Jason ll 106, 185 Cox, Jeff 11 106 Crabtree, Randy 12 14 Craig, Heather 10 130 Craig, James 10 143 Crain, Angella 11 106 Craven, Charles 11 106 Creason, Donald 10 130 Crew, Michelle Lee 12 14, 155, 163 Crochet, James 10 130, 169 Crockom, Carlo 11 106, 191 Cronin, Charles ll 106, 164, 185 Crosby, Laura 11 106, 164, 169 Crowfoot, Kathleen 12 14, 171, 177, 211, 224 Cruz, Robert ll 106 Cruz, Rosemary 10 143 Cullnan, Jennifer 11 106 Cunningham, Shana 12 14, 118, 166 193, 21 1 DeJiacomo, Angela 12 16, 166, 211 DeJiacomo, Daniel 10 130, 149, 175 Delau, Zulian 10 143 Delgado, Denise 11 106, 159 Delgado, Leroy 12 16 Delong, Lori 10 130, 143 Dennis, Catherine 11 106 Derlein, Darin 12 16 Deshazer, Jennifer 10 130, 140, 152 Desoto, Vincent 10 130 Dewey, Sonja 11 106, 148, 154 DiCino, Mario 12 16, 50, 163, 164. 185 Dick, John 12 16 Dick, Theresa 11 106 Dickes, Heather 10 130, 143, 163 Dickey, Diane ll 106, 119 Dickhausen, Billy 10 130 Dickinson, Bill 10 143 Dickinson, William 10 130 Dieatrick, Thomas 11 106 Diehl, Heidi Lee 12 16, 211 Dieleman, Dawn 12 16 Diesburg, Amy 11 106, 119, 193 Diesburg, Bobby 10 143 Diesburg, Robert 10 130 Dietrich, Tony 12 16 Dietz, David 11 106 Dill, Connie 12 16 Dillon, John 12 16 Dillon, Kristi Jo 12 16, 158, 159. 21 1 Dinkel, Robert 12 16, 164, 186, 211 Dinwiddie, Clifford Michael 12 17, Coleman, Candice 11 105 Coleman, Kristen 10 70, 130, 149 Coley, Scott 10 184 Collins, Cindie I1 105 Collins, Kara 12 13, 50, 154, 160, 164 Comfort, Elsie 69 Compston, Ben 11 186, 191 Conder, Russell 11 105 Conlon, Judy Dawn 11 105 Connely, Kenneth Scott 12 13 Conover, Dave 12 I3 Conrad, Charity 10 83, 130, 150 Constable, Debi Ann 12 13, 60, 61, 72, 210 Contreras, Rebecca 12 48, 166 211 Curry, Craig ll 106 Curry, Linda 65 Curry, Michael 12 15, 159 Curtis, Kimberly Lynn 12 I5, 166, 21 1 Custer, Roxanne ll 106, 164, 182, 185 Cutsinger, Paul 11 106 Cyphers, Paula 69, 85, 186 D Dadderio, John 12 15, 122 50, 61 Dittman, Leonard ll 106, 164 Dock, Yolanda ll 106 Dodson, Troy 10 143 Domanski, Edward ll 107 Dominguez, Melissa 12 17, 54, 60, 61 Donaldson, Elliot 12 166. 186 Donlon, Dawn 10 130 Doran, Lou 66 Douglas, Christopher 10 130, 176 Douglass, Gregory R. 12 17, 211 Doyscher, Danny 10 130 Drake, Melissa 11 107 Drew Drew Drew Jeffrey 12 17 John Michael I2 I7 Michelle 10 130 Conway, Christine 10 130, 190 Conway Joyce 69, 185 Conwell Summer 10 130 Conyers, Mary 66, 150, 151 Coogan, Don 163, 166 Coogan, Robert 11 84, 99, 105, 186 Dahlman, Benjamin 11 106, 191 Dahlman, Nathan 10 130, 169 Dailey, Angela 11 73, 119 Dalton, Douglas Allen 12 15, 72, 211 Dam, Hailey M. 12 15 Dam. Vinh 12 163,211 Duba, Gretta 11 107. 119 Duba, Robbie 11 107 Dubry, Tonya Renee 12 17 Dudash, Andrea 12 17, 162. 164, 175. 21 1 217 Garili, Dudek, Leslie 10 130, 143, 179 Dueker, Shannon ll 107, 155 Duerksen, Wade 12 17 Duke, Jason ll 107 Duke, Justin 11 107, 154 Duran, Christina 11 107 Duran, Cynthia Renee 12 17. 152 Duran. Tina 179 Durlan, Clifton 11 107 Durland. Scott 12 17, 60, 61, 91, 93, 97, 166. 186. 211 Dye, Jeanne Marie 12 17 Dyer, Michelle 10 130, 152 E Earley, Ken 11 107 Edelen, Steven 10 130 Edgar, Rick 12 18, 61, 186, 211 Fitch, Michael ll 107 Fitch, Mike 11 119 Fitzpatrick, Tom 66 Fitzsimmons, John 10 131 Flaherty, Joanne 11 107 Fleagle, Deborah 11 107, 159, 164 Fleck, Roger Francis 12 18, 158, 159, 211 Fleming, Lynn 66 Fleshman, Heather ll 107 Fletcher, Irwin 11 107 Fletcher, Scott 11 107, 119, 196 Flood, John 12 18 Flood, Josette 11 84, 107, 177, 190 Flood, Ken 12 18, 71 115,149, 150, 163 Garcia, Dawn Marie 12 19 Garcia, Mark 12 19 Garcia, Melanie 11 107 Garcia, Rod 12 19, 100, 196 Garcia, Scott 11 107, 164 Garcia, Steven 11 107, 169 Gardunio, Veronica 11 107 Heather 10 132, 163 Flores, Fidel 11 107 Flores, Jackie 12 125, 163 Flores, Michelle 11 164 Fogel, Sandra 11 119 Forbis, Shane 11 107, 119 Ford, Lori 11 107, 182, 183 Edleman. Sarah 11 107, 123, 159 Edwards, Jennifer 11 54, 101, 107, 152 Edwards. Martin 11 107, 186 Edwards, Shad 10 130 Edwards, Shannon 10 131, 150 Ehrmann, Maxine 66, 175 Forsberg, Tonya 10 143 Forssberg, Tonyia 10 131 Foster, Bill 69 Foster, Greg 11 119 Foster, Gregory 11 107 Fountain, Michael 10 131, 176 Fox, Ryan 10 131 Eigenberg, Tami 10 131 Ekker, Natalie 11 107, 119, 159 Elmberger, Andrew 11 107, 160, 169 Endes, Trina 12 18, 60, 61, 173, 175 Engels, Wendy 10 131, 169 Engle, Christine Camille 12 18, 211 Enyart, Kelly 10 131 Eppinger, Estee 10 131, 163, 169 Erickson. Darin Patrick 12 18 Ermold, Kerry 12 18, 97, 186, 211 Erner, Karlyn 11 107, 163 Escher, Tara 12 18, 166 Francis, Heather 10 131, 169 Frazier, Anne 66 Frederick, Kathleen 10 131 Freeman, Julie 10 131 Freeman, Michelle 10 131, 149, 169 Fregeau, Freiberg, 198 Fresquez, Fresquez, Michelle 12 18 Richard 11 107, 121, 155, Dana 10131 Desi 11 107 Fretthold, Susan 12 19, 158, 159 Fritzler, Adam 10 131, 143, 184 Esetrada, Denise 11 119 Espinoza, Espinoza, Esposito, Esquibel, Jose10131,149,150, 151 Kelly 69 Frank 11 107 Melissa 12 18 Essebaggers, Kurt 10 131 Estes, Holly Jo 12 211 Estrada, Denise 11 107 Estrada, Valentino 12 48, 162, 166, 167, 170 Evanson, Jenni 10 143 F Harris, Fabrizio, Troy 10 131, 191 Faris, Paula 10 131 Farnsworth, David 11 107 Farris, Charlotte 10 131 Fay, Shawntul 10 131 Fechner, Tawnya 11 107, 167, 177 Fekany, Teresa 11 107 Ferguson, Marcia 12 18, 162 Ferguson, Marcia Ann 211 Fernandez, Anthony 11 106, 119, 150, 166 Ferrari, Jana 11 107, 155, 158, 159, 165 Ferris, James 11 106, 107, 178 Ferstle, Todd 10 131, 184 Fiala, Robert 10 3, 131, 186, 191 Finger, Tammy 10 131 Fink, Harold 66 Finn, Robert 10 91,131,186,196 Fish, Brian 10 131 C9 u.n25!2tM J.. Fruhling, Gary 10 131 Fryer, Douglas 11 107 Fryer, Marion 69 Fuller, Alohaa 12 19, 149, 171, 211 Fuller, Conrad 11 151, 184 Fuller, Mark 10 131 Fuller, Wardell 11 107, 164 Fulton, Desmond 12 19, 60, 87, 127, 186, 187, 212 Furness, Curt 64 Furniss, Andrea 11 73, 106, 107, 150 Furth, Ron 66, 196 Fushimi, Tiffany R. 12 19 G Gahagen, Kelly 10 132 Gailey, David 10 132 Gallagher, Amy 10 132 Gallagher, Amy 12 19, 132, 166, 174, 175, 212 Gallardo, Donovan 12 19, 54, 60, 186, 212 Gallegos, George 11 107, 164, 178 Gallegos, Lance 11 107, 176 Gallegos, Manuel 11 107 Galvan, Robert 10 132, 182 Galvillo, Xavier 11 119 Gann, Tom 12 19 Gannon, Kimberly 10 132, 169 Gant, Shelly 10 132 Garcia, Chad 10 132, 138, 176, 196 Garcia, Chemaine 11 107, 119 Garcia, Christopher 11 106, 107, Garifi, Holly 10 132, 143 Garrett, Christine 10 132, 155 Garrett, Cindy 11 107 Garrett, Kim 11 107, 161 Garth, Timothy 10 132 Gaudian, Stephanie 11 107, 162, 169 Geer, Aleece Ann 12 19 Gehle, Jared 11 107, 179 Geist, Tim 19, 186, 212 Gentry, Dawn 10 132 Geonetta, Charles 12 20, 59, 60, 79, 186, 212 George, Dolores 11 107 George, Elizabeth 10 132, 169 George, Holly 10 132 George, Rob 12 20 Germanso, Norman 10 132 Gessner, Shelley 12 20, 212 Gettman, Michelle 11 166 Ghylin, Christopher 10 132, 185, 191 Giles, Raul 12 162 Gillingham, Tammy 12 20, 166 Gimer, Christy L. 12 20, 166, 191, 212 Gimer, David 10 132, 169 Ginder, Philip William 12 20, 61. 164, 165, 170, 198 Glasmann, Damon 10 132 Glenn, Kevin 11 107 Gobin, Brian 10 132 Goeden, Michelle Marie 12 20, 149, 162, 212 Golbesky, Dianne 11 119 Golden, Rebecca 10 132 Goldman, Mark 12 20, 164, 194, 212 Goldsmith, Dawn L. 12 20, 159 Gollhofer, Jason 10 124, 132, 168 Gomez, Franki 11 107 Gomez, Kevin 12 169 Gonzales, Anastasia 10 143 Gonzales, Billy 11 86, 91, 92, 94, 97, 107, 119,122, 186, 194 Gonzales, Claudia 12 20, 60, 162 Gonzales, John 12 48 Gonzales, Joseph 10 132 Gooden, April 12 20 Goodman, Mark 12 195 Greeno, Troy 11 108, 119 Gregg, Andrea 11 54, 108, 117, 119 152 Gregg, Debbie 10 143 Gregg, Debra 10 132 Grewell, Angela 11 108 Grewell, Kent 11 108 Griego, Bernadette 10 132, 140, 143 152 v Griego, Danny 10 132 Griego, Mark 11 108 Grosch, Justin 10 132 Grover Michael L. 12 21 Grow, Elnore 66 Gruber, Geri 69 Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon , David 11 108 , Duane 10 132 , Shawn 10 132 , Shawndra 10 132 Gordon, Stephen Mark 12 20, 186, Gruber, Joseph 10 132, 191 Gue, Tracey 10 132 Guerrero, Duane 10 132 Gujda, Traci 12 21, 60, 175,212 Gurule, Tim 12 169 Guthrie, Aaron W. 12 21, 165, 170, 188, 212 Gutierrez, Miguel 10 132, 191 Gutierrez, Tammy 12 21 H Hackbarth, Daniel 11 108 Hagaman, Troy 12 21, 165, 212 Hagel, Hellen 66 Haggerty, Tamera 11 108, 149, 154, 189 Hagin, David 11 108, 161 Hahn, Greg 66, 193 Hajek, Andy 12 21 Hajek, Sandra 10 132 Hall, Craig 10 132 Hall, Shane A. 12 21,166,212 Hamaker, Susan 10 132, 143 Hamel, Bernadette 11 119 Hamel, Timothy Troy 12 21, 89 Hammond, Jason 11 108 Hampel, Serena 12 5, 21, 59, 77, 163, 164, 169,212 Hampson, Adrian 10 132, 162, 184 Hancock, Larissa 12 21, 164, 212 Hanna, John 10 132, 191 Hararld, Dwayne 10 184 Hardin, Charles 12 22, 166, 212 Hardin, Regina 10 132, 196 Hare, Robert 10 132, 178 Harford, Kevin 12 22, 160, 171, 198 212, 224 Haro, Monica 11 108 Haro, Roxanne 10 132 Harper, Mary 11 108 Harr, Trent 11 106, 108, 150, 196 Harrald, Dwayne 10 132 212 Gotelaere, Heather 10 132 Gotelaere, Nicholas ll 108 Gothard, Yvonne 11 108 Grant, Jessica 10 132 Gravos, Shelly 66, 182, 183, 198 Gray, Katie 12 21, 60, 83, 84, 150, 180 Gray, Latarsha Anette 12 17, 165, 166, 212 Gray, Michelle Jean 12 21 Gray, Theresa 10 132, 154 Grayson, Ranee 11 108, 154 Green, Sam 11 108, 119 Green, Sammie 11 108 Harrelson, Charles G. 12 22, 160 Harrelson, Darrell 11 108, 162 Harrelson, Michelle 10 148 Harris, Adam 11 108, 196 Harris, Margie 66 Harris, Mark Allen 12 22, 169 Tammy 10 132 Harrison, Chris 11 119 Harrold, Wendy 11 108 Hartman, Karen 66 Harvey, Kathy 12 22 Hasek, Sandi 10 143 Hastings, Robert 11 108 Hatchell, Mark 66 Haubert, Cory 10 132 Haupt, Maryanne 10 108, 120 Hawkins, Kimberly 10 132, 152, 169 Hayes, Chandra 169 Hayes, Christopher 10 132, 184 Hayes, Kymm 11 108, 160 Heaston, Monica 12 22, 212 Heater, Matthew 11 108, 159, 170 Heath, Lisa 11 108 Heckford, Lisa 11 108 Hedde, Marta 66, 171 Heger, Joan 69 Helbig, Richard 12 22, 61, 186 Helfrich, Andrea 11 108, 169, 170, 182, 183 Helman, Tim 12 22 Hemphill, Jamie 10 132 Hendley, Megan 11 82, 109, 149, 158, 159, 164 Hendrickson, Barb 10 120 Kennedy, Hendrickson, Barbara 11 109 Henricks, Cheyney Lyle 12 22, 61 Herber, Natalie 10 132, 143, 152 Herbka, Michelle 10 132, 143, 163 Herman, Christopher 10 109, 120 Herman, Diedre 11 109 Herman, Russell 11 109 Hernandez, Alex 10 132, 169 Hernandez, Frankie 10 132 Hernandez, Lisa 10 120 Hernandez, Roberta Lisa 12 22 Hernandez, Sylvia Maria 12 22, 192, 193 Herrara, Darlene 11 109 Herrera, Marc Roland 12 22, 182 Hessel, Heidi 69 Hexum, Angela 10 132 Hiatt, Deirtre 11 109, 149, 155, 163, 164 Hickman, Roycee 23, 163, 166, 168, 191, 212 Higby, Mary 10 120 Hiller, James 10 66, 133, 196 Hilton, Jason 11 109, 184 Hinga, Marilyn 66 Hinton, Roshawn Mari 12 23, 159, 162 Hisamoto, Gloria 66 Hitzeman, Richard 10 133, 143, 182 Hitzler, Stacey 12 23, 60, 79, 149, 150, 180, 212 H obson Damon 12 23 Hodges: chris 182 Hodges, Christopher 10 133 Hoeben, Hoeben, Brad 10 120 Bradley 11 109 Hoff, Shellie 11 109 Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman ,Joel 11 109 ,John 10 133, 176 , Sheila 11 109 , Timothy 12 23, 60, 93, 94, 95, 186, 187,212 Hoge, Charly 11 109, 164, 165, 171, 188, 224 Hogue, Krista 12 23, 166, 213 Holifield, Carol Lynn 12 23, 166 Holmes, Eric 11 169 Holmes, John 12 23, 55, 60, 61, 78, 164,171,173, 188,18 9, 213, 224 Holt, Kathie 10 120 Holt, Kathleen 11 109 Holz, Carrie A. 12 23, 160, 213 Hood, Melissa 10 133 Hook, Dave 12 23 Hooker, Jennifer 10 133 Hooper, Brent 10 133, 155, 163, 178 Hooper, Scott 11 109, 158, 164, 178 Hoover, Melissa 11 109, 149, 179, 191 Hop, Rhonda 11 109 Hopkins, Christopher 10 133, 145 Horning, Shelly 10 133, 169 Horst, Aimee 10 5, 133, 169 Hoskins, Rich 182 Hoskins, Richard 12 23, 182 Hotaling, Eric 11 109 Houpt, Ken 10 133 Hruby, Ronald 11 109, 155, 164, 169 Hubert, Cassie 11 109 Huck, Richard 11 109 Huelle, Jodi 11 109, 169 Huff, William 11 109 Hughes, Wayne 11 109, 149, 160, 162, 167 Humphrey, Heather 11 109, 169 Humphries, David 10 133, 184 Hunter, Elmer 10 133, 191 Hunter, Jennifer 10 133 Hunter, Richard 10 120 Huntington, J. 10 143 Huntington, Jennifer 10 133 Hurt, Piper Lee 12 23, 50, 61, 76, 150, 165, 186 Hurtado, Amanda 10 133 Hurtado, Paul 10 120, 198 Huth, Stephen 11 109, 167, 185 Hyland, Marie 66 I lhnen, Tammy 12 24, 192, 193 lkenberry, Dana 10 133, 143, 152 lmmel, Brian 11 109, 185 lmmell, Robert E. 12 24 lmperi, Mike 03, 67, 163 lona, Steve 67 Irwin, Elizabeth 11 109 lrwin, Philip 10 133 lrwin, Shawn 10 133 J Jackson, Bonnie 67, 149, 166, 188 Jackson, Eric 11 109 Jackson, Justin 11 109 Jackson, Lisa Marie 12 24, 61, 162, 213 Jackson, Stephanie 11 109, 148, 149, 163, 182, 183 Jackson, Susanne 11 92, 109, 152, 155 Jackson, Tanisha 10 133, 143, 149, 182, 183 Jacobsen, Christopher 10 133 Jacobson, Tim 12 24 James, Connie 10 109, 120 Janezic, Sandy 12 24, 162, 213 Janzen, Kelly 12 24, 213 Janzen, Rebecca 11 109 Jaramillo, Julie 11 109 Jaramillo, Philip I1 109 Jasper, Jeffrey ll 109 Jenkins, Jeffrey 11 109 Jenkins, Jennifer 11 109, 177, 190 Jensen, Marjorie 67 John, Trent 12 24 Johnnie, Shawnie 10 143 Johnsen, Lewis ll 109 Johnson, Amy 10 133 Craig 10 55, 109, 120, 176 Johnson, Johnson, Michael 11 109 Johnson, Mischelle 12 24 Johnson, Paula 10 120, 154 Johnson, Scott 10 109, 120, 186, 191, 194 Johnston, Jeanette 69 Johnston, Kristine 10 133, 169 Johnstone, Grant 64 Johnstone, Marilyn 67, 73, 85 Joiner, Timothy 11 101, 109, 121, 184, 196 Jones, Michael S. 12 24, 170, 186 Jones, Paula 10 133 Jones, Rodney 11 109, 120, 186 Jones, Ron 67 Jones, Steven 10 109, 120 Jones, Wendi ll 109 Joss, Lisa 67 Joule, Barb 67 Juarez, Sherri 11 109, 169 June-Roppo, Mary 67 K Kaczmarek, Jennifer 10 133, 179, Kaczmarek, Kevin Jay 12 24, 72, 166, 213 Kalve, Nils 12 24, 213 Kalvoda, Patricia 11 109 Kalvoda, Scott 10 133 Kamorowski, Michelle 12 213 Karlin, Melissa Renee 12 24 Karlin, Richard Lee 12 25 Karr, Jennifer 11 109 Kauffman, Katrina 10 120 Kaupp, Melissa 12 25, 109, 159 Kaus, Tammy 12 25 Kawolis, Paul 12 50 Keefe, Sue 69 Keefer, Susan Michelle 12 25, 61, 153, 166, 213 Keen, Shawdra Renae Smette 213 Keenan, Brian 11 109 Keith, Bryan David 12 25, 213 Keith, Lisa 11 54, 70, 88, 103, 109. 117, 152, 164 Kellett, Nancy 67 Kellison, Pamela 11 89, 92, 109, 150, 152 Kelly, Barbara Renee I2 25 Kempter, Shannon 10 109, 120 Kennedy, Dana 11 109, 169 Kennedy, Mike 12 161 Kennedy, Steve 11 161 Tanya 10 133, 143 Kenny, Shane 11 110 Kerns, Thom 10 133 Kessler, Greg 12 25, 59 Kessman, Michael 10 134 Ketchem, William ll 110, 178, 198 Kettrell, Patti 69 Kimball, Christina 10 134, 179, 190 Kimball, Daniel Scott 12 25 Kimmel, Marsha 11 110, 149 King, Jeannette 11 110 King, Margaret Kay 12 25, 151, 160, 213 King, Troy 12 25, 182,213 King, Vernon 12 25 Kingsley, Shane 11 110 Kinjo, Hitoshi 12 25, 185, 196, 213 Kion, Pamela 11 110 Kirby, Bryan ll 110, 188 Kirkland, Lara Kay 12 26 Kite, Eric 191 Klein, Kristi 12 02, 26, 54, 60, 61. 89, l60,1l0, 149,15 2,160, 213 Klein, Lori 10 134 Klimas, Jaraslaw 12 48, 213 Klosterman, Jeffrey 10 134, 143, 198 Klumker lll, Raymond 11 110 Klumker, Richard 164, 184 Knechtel, A1 65, 186 Knettle, Tim 11 110 Knight, Brian 12 26 Knuth, Bruce 67, 224 Kochevar, Jennifer Marie 12 26, 55, 58, 162, 213 Koehler, Brenda 12 26 Koenig, Dan 67, 193 Koepp, Kevin 11 110 Koglin, Lynn Christopher 12 26, 198, 213 Komorowski, Michelle Ann 12 26 Konrad, Kristen 12 26, 61 Konrath, Tonya 11 110 Koppenhaver, Keith A. 12 26, 60, 61213 Korn, David 67 Kosovich, Tammy 12 26 Kotz, Heather 12 26, 166 Kotz, Wendee 10 110, 120 Kouri, Bill 10 134 Kowalis, Amy 11 110, 155, 163 Kowalis, Paul 12 26, 198, 213 Kozachenko, Kami 11 110 Kralian, Kevin 11 110, 155, 166, 167, 170 Kralicek, Kacy 11 110 Kramlich, Michael 11 110, 169 Krest, Margie 67 Kreutzer, Debbie 12 27, 165, 171, 180. 181, 193, 213 Kreutzer, Ronald 10 134, 184, 191 Kruger, Scott 11 55, 110, 188 Kualis, Paul 83 Kubischta, Dante 11 110, 164, 166, 167, 169, 170 Kubischta, Shea 10 134 Kuechenmeistr, Dennis 10 134, 169 Kuehn, Kevin 10 134 Kukkonen, Chris 163 Kunz, David 12 27, 138, 171, 213. 224 Kuretich, Denene Kathryn 12 27, 165, 213 Kyle, Kimberly 10 134, 143 Laas, Dawn 12 27, 162 LaBe1la, David 10 110, 120, 121 Lacey. Michael 11 85, 110 Lafurney, Brian 10 134 Laguardia, Larissa 11 5, 110 Lalonde, Roger ll 110 Lambert, Julie 67, 166 Lambrecht, Carrie 10 134 Lammers, Desiree 10 134 Lamothe, Chad 10 134 Lampe, Matt 12 154 Lang, Nang 12 27 Lange, Kimberly 11 110 Lantz, Heidi 10 134. 166 Larios, Jeff 10 120, 128 Larsen, Darren 12 27, 162 Larsen, Dean 12 27 219 Martinez, MacDonald, Elizabeth ll 110 Mills, Sean 10 135, 144, 191 Larson, Amy ll 4, 154, 159, 164 Larson. Mary ll 110 Laterra. James 10 134 Laterra, Jim 10 143, 184 Lavato. Ernie 69 Law, Douglas 10 134 Laydon, Kimberly 12 27 Le Fevre, John 2, 122 Leaf, Nate 67, 182, 185 League, April 10 144 League, Renee 12 27, 160, 166, 196 Leary, William 10 134, 182 Ledford, Brandie 12 27 Lee. Dong-U 10 134 Lee, Junmo 12 27, 97 Lee, Tammy 12 27, 61, 175 Lefebre, Becky 67 Legge, Geoffrey 10 134 Leggett, Jannett 12 28, 72 Lehmann, Brian 67 Leitner, David 12 28 Lemmo, Anita 10 134 Lenhausen, Denny 12 28, 166 Leon, Monica 10 134 Leonard, Robert W. 12 28, 62, 213 Leonard, Stephanie 12 28, 214 Leopold, Geoffrey 10 134, 159, 185, 191 Levesque, Mike 12 28 Lewis, Curtis 10 110, 120 Lewis, Laura 10 120, 149, 162 Light, Becky 11 166 Likely, Rimisa 10 144 Lillis, Jana 10 124, 134 Limmel, Dennis 12 28, 198 Lindeman, Thomas ll 110, 164 Linder, Jennifer 12 28 Lindsay, Tamara 11 110, 152 Line, Dawn Renee 12 28, 214 Linenberger, Ron ll 110 Linn, Tim 12 5, 28, 61, 79, 163, 164, Lovejoy, Del 10 135 Lowe, Jeremy 10 135, 191 Lozano, Lisa ll 110 Lozano, Scott 11 100, 110, 158, 159 Lucero, Denise 11 110 Lucero, Lance 11 110 Lucero, Rosemary 10 135 Lucero, Tana 11 110 Lujan, Jaimie 10 135 Luna, Carlos 10 135, 185 Luna, Hector E. 12 29, 169, 214 Lundquist, Melissa 11 110 Lundquist, Serena 12 29, 154, 214 Lunn, Sean 10 135 Luque, Tommy 10 135 Lutgens, Crystal 11 110 Lutter, James 11 110, 164 Lutz, Loren 67 Martinez, Joseph 10 135 Martinez, Lawarance 11 111 Martinez, Leroy 11 86, 87, 90, 172, 186 Martinez, Lisa 10 111, 120, 144, 179 Martinez, Lloyd 10 135, 138, 184 Martinez, Marlin 12 30, 214, 169 Martinez, Martin ll 5, 111, 169 Martinez, Melissa 10 159 Martinez, Michelle ll 111 Martinez, Monica Ann 12 30 Martinez, Nicholas 10 135 Martinez, Nick 10 111, 135, 144, 169, 184 Martinez, Paul 10 135, 184 Martinez, Ramon 12 48 Martinez, Reyna 11 111 Robert 10 135 150, 198, 214 McNabb, Timmie 11 111 McNabb, Timmy 10 120 McNabb, Toby 11 111 McNeil, Grace 11 111 McPeak, Jeff 155 McPeak, Scott 10 111, 120 McVay, Roxann 11 111 Means, Maurice 11 112, 191 Mearsha, Lisa 11 112, 179 Medina, Gerald 10 135 Medina, Monica 10 144 Meier, John 12 31 Mendieta, Rick 12 186, 214 Mercer, Tracy 11 112 Meredith, Nikki 11 112 Meszaros, Scott 10 135, 198 Mewes, Allen Anderson 12 31 Lyle, Kim 152 Lynch, Karen 11 110, 188, 193 Lynn, Jaquelle 11 110 Lynn, Mark 12 29, 146, 163 Lyon, Lisa ll 110, 164 Lyons, Jennifer 10 127, 135, 150, 163, 179 Lyons, Kaylene 12 29, 162, 214 Lysek, Ann Martie 12 29, 122, 127, 155, 171 MacDonne1l, Nancy 67, 88 McCarter, 165. 169 Lockert, Dionne 12 28 Macias, Michael 12 48 Madden, Leann 12 30 Maestas, Maestas, Maestas, Gina 154, 177 Michelle 10 135 Regina Lee 12 30 Major, Stuart 67, 70 Malara, Shawn 10 135 Maldonado, Billie Jo 10 135, 144 Martinez, Robert S 10 135 Martinez, Roberto 69 Martinez, Timothy 11 111 Mascaarenas, Kristina 11 111 Mascarenas, Bernadette 11 64, 111, 169, 170 Mascarenas, Kris 10 120 Mascarenas, Mark 10 135, 144 Mason, Shari 10 135, 143 Massey, Troy 11 5, 70, 111, 171, 224 Matchett, Thomas 10 135, 161 Matheson, Gail 67 Mathews, Adam 10 135, 150 Mathews, Adrian 10 135 Matt, Andrea 69, 74 Matt, Paula 11 111, 149 Matta, Kim 12 30, 60, 96, 97 Matthews, Adrian 10 70 Matthews, Tia 12 30 Mazzotti, Amy ll 111, 155, 166 Mazzotti, Joseph 10 135 McBroom, Meredith 11 111, 177 McCallister, Tom 67, 184, 186, 198 Meyer, Janelle 11 112 Miers, Jeffrey Lee 12 31, 158, 163, 167 Milan, Donna 11 112, 149, 163, 164 169, 188 Miles, Bill 67, 177 Millen, Chris 11 112, 170 Miller, Audra Christine 12 31, 154, 177 Miller, Deeann 12 31, 214 Miller, John 12 31, 59, 61, 182 Miller, Keith 12 32, 186 Miller, Kyle 10 135, 169 Miller, Ron W. 12 32 Miller, Rosemary 69 Miller, Tina ll 112 Milner, Renee 11 100, 112 Milton, Carol 11 112 Minnich, Kimberli 10 135, 159, 169 Minton, Carol 169 Mischel, Eric 10 135 Misztal, James 12 32, 60, 61, 96, 97 McCand1ess, Marge 67 Kelly Donnell 12 30, 214 Mitchell, Mitchell, Jason 151 Shari 69 Loefller, Steven John 12 28, 178, 214 Lombardi, Michael 11 110 Lomeli, Lydia 10 62, 110, 120, 169 Long, Jennifer 10 134 Long, Scott 10 144, 196 Look, Lee 10 134, 169 Maldonado, Elizabeth 10 120 Manqueros, Daniel Christopher 12 30 Marcy, Dick 67 Mariz, Rubin 69 Lookingbill, Catharine Elizabeth 12 29 Lookingbill, Catherine 11 110 Lopez, Lopez, Amy 11 110, 188 Arnold 10134 Lopez, Eli Anthony 12 29, 162 Lopez, Guadalupe L. 12 29 Lopez, Isaac 186, 194 Lopez, Lopez, Lopez, Lopez, Joanna 10 134 Jona Lynn 12 29,214 Kendra 10 71, 98, 110, 120 Kimberly 10 135, 144, 190 Lopez, Leandro ll 110 Lopez, Lynda 10 135, 144 Lopez, Stephen 10 135 Lopez, Lopezi, Willie 12 4, 186 Ron 12 79, 154, 171, 214 Lopo, Charlie 10 135, 144, 166 Lord, Damon 10 135 Losli, Clint ll 110, 186 Marquez, Leslie 12 48 Marquez, Rosa lsel 11 110 Marquez, Tino 10 135, 144, 188 Marshall, Kristi 10 135, 150 Martin, James 151 Martin, Jason 10 135 Martin, June 69, 74 Martin, Patricia 12 30, 164 Martin, Stephanie 10 135, 159 Martin, Martin, Stephen ll 110 Teresa 10 135 Martin, Tiffany 10 110, 120. 164 McCartney, Bob 67, 184, 186 McClellan, Amy 10 135, 182, 183 McC1uskey, Heather 10 135 McConnell, Darla 12 30, 159, 166 McCoy, Julia 12 30 McCracken, Mike Allen 12 31 McCullough, Stacey 10 135 McDaniel, Melissa 11 111, 154 Mitchell, Warren 12 32 Mitchell, Wayne 11 112 Mitchler, Jason 12 32, 60, 61, 79, 150, l86,196,197, 214 Miyagi, Naomi 12 159 McDermott, John 67 McDonald, Keith 12 162, 166, 186, 214 McDonald, Kent 69 McDonald, Misty 154 McDonald, Nancy 149, 177, 193 McDonald, Tammy 10 135, 159 McDonald, Tanya 127 McDonnell, Darla 154 Mohler, Patricia 11 112, 164 Molkie, Joann 12 32, 55, 58162 Monarez, Rene 12 32, 60, 72, 165, 182 Mondragon, Glenda 11 112 Monroe, Lisa M. 12 32 Montano jr., Lloyd A, 12 32 Montano, Rachel Ann 12 32 Montez, Robyn 12 32 Montoya, Montoya, Montoya, Benjamin 10 135 Donavan Lloyd 12 32, 60 Natlee 11 112, 164 Martindale, John 11 110 Martindale, Matt 149, 168 Martinez, Alfy ll 110 Martinez, Anthony Abel 12 30, 60, McGill, Katherine 10 135, 159 McGinn, Carlie Ann 12 31, 162, 164, 167, 214 McGlothlen, Stacey Elizabeth 12 31, Montoya, Sheri 11 94, 112 Montoya, Stephen 12 33, 163, 214 Mook, Moore, Steve 12 33 Cynthia 10 112, 120, 169 154, 160,166,214 McGrath, Mclntosh, T.J.1l11l Robertll 111 Moore, Deana 12 33 Moore, Gabriel 10 135 Moore, Jeanne 11 112 61, 127 Martinez, Benjamin ll 110 Martinez, Brian Lee 11 111 Martinez, Carrie 10 54, 111, 120, 152 Martinez, Daniel 11 97, 111, 185 Louder, Heather ll 110, 171, 188 Lovato Alan 12 29,214 Lovato: Cadrini 10 135 Lovato Lovato, Lovato, 220 Don 12 29, 214 Jacqueline 10 120, 152 James 12 29, 186 Martinez, Geno 11 lll, 184, 186 Martinez, Gina ll 111 Martinez, Jeremy 10 135, 144 McKee Jr., Robert 11 111 McKim, Bryan 10 135, 144, 184 McKim, Christine Renee 12 31, 164, 214 McKinney, Paul 11 111 Moore, Moore, Moore, Jeffrey ll 112 Kevin 10 135 Stacie 12 33 McKinney, Todd 10 135 Moore, Wendy 10 120, 175 Mora, Edward 10 135, 169 Morales, Brenda 11 112, 125, 149, Martinez, Jerry "Boogie" 12 186 Martinez, John 11 111, 149, 163, 167 McLeod, Charlene Kay 12 31, 164, 214 McMahi1l, Jason 12 31, 60, 61, 127, 170 Morales, Dionne 10 135, 144 Morehouse, William C. 12 33 Morelli, Ann Marie 12 33, 126, 152 Morelli, Lisa Marie 12 33, 126, 152, 214 Morgan, Troy 11 112 Morganti, Mark 10 112, 120 Morooney, Ken E. 12 33 Morris, Corey 10 135, 144, 196 Morris, Ron 11 112 Morrison, Jorja 11 112 Morrow, Laura 12 33, 149, 162, 165 214 Morrow, Meg 67 Moss, Christina 10 135 Moya, Cindi 11 55, 112, 164, 177 Moynihan, Kerry 67 Mrzlikar, Carol 67 Mueller, Dee 67 Mueller, Julie 11 112 Muhammad, Khalid 12 123 Mullica, Alan 12 48 Mullin, Nichole Erin 12 33, 61, 79, 164,177,l93,199, 21 5 Mulroy, Buddy 10 144 Mulroy, Jennifer 11 112 Mulroy, William 10 136 Murphy, Mark 186 Murphy, Timothy 10 136, 184 Murray, Dionne 11 112, 155 Murray, Vicky 12 33, 162, 180 Musgrove, Sondra 10 136, 144 Musgrove, Steve 12 33, 171, 215 Musgrove, Tracy 12 34, 55, 149, 161, 215 Myers, Jeff 12 81, 84, 89 Myers, Jennifer 10 136, 196 Myers, Vivian 69 N Nance, Dax Alexander 12 34, 182 Narum, Michael ll 112 Nasser, David 67 Navarette, Aaron 10 84, 136 Navarro, Juanita 10 136 Navarro, Vanessa 10 136, 150 Neiswonger, Debra 11 113, 163, 164 Nelson, Brian ll 113, 169 Nelson, Don 12 84, 89, 158, 159, Nilsson, Katrina 12 2, 34, 154 Niver, Shannon Michelle Donals 12 34 Noblitt, Angela 12 34, 166, 215 Noffsinger, Sondra 11 113, 179 Nolan, John 10 136 Norris, Jennifer 10 136 Norton, Kelly ll 113, 163 Novy, Cristina Maria 12 35, 215 y Nuane Nuane Nusba s, Conrad 11 113 s, Melissa 12 35 um, Dean 67, 165 O O'Brien, Angela 10 136, 179 Oconnell, Sandra 10 136, 152 Oilsaver, Brian 10 136 Oja, Scott 12 35 Olivas, Dawn 11 113, 177 Olivieri, Michelle 11 113, 169 Olsen, Kathy 67 Olson, Robert 67 Olson, Sean 158, 159 Olson, Steven 12 35 Oney, Trent 10 136, 185, 194, 195 Ontis, Dawn 11 113 Oray, Cynthia 10 136 Ortega, Linda 12 35 Ortiz, Artha 67 Ortiz, Gloria 10 136 Ortiz, Patrick 10 136 Ortiz, Sean 10 136 Ortiz, Stacey 11 113, 161 Osborn, Jeff 10 120, 149, 182 Osborn, Jeffrey 11 113 Osburn, Wendi Lea 12 35 Osenbaugh, Cherisse 11 113, 120 Oster, Ellyse 11 113 Overman, Kimberly 10 136 Owens, Becky 12 35 Owens, Heath 10 113, 120 Owens, Robert 12 35, 158, 159, 164, 171,215 P Jennifer 10 136, 144 160, 163, 170 Nelson Katrina 193 Nelson Misty 12 34 Nelson Patty 67, 169 Nelson Raymond 10 136 Nemec, Netuschil, Cliff Dean 12 34, 215 Neuendorf, Krista 11 113 Neuman, Christine 11 113 Neuman, Jeffrey 10 136 Neumann, Jeff Lewis 12 34 Neumann, Michael L. 12 34 Neumon, Jeffrey 10 144 Newell, Michele 10 136 Newell, Michelle 10 120 Newell, Shelley J. 12 34, 164, 215 Newton, Brian 10 136 Ngo, Hien ll 113, 154, 164, 188 Ngo, Linh 163, 167, 178, 198 Nguyen, Huynh Mai 10 136 Nguyen, Trung 12 34, 164 Nichols, Brandy 11 113, 182, 183 Nichols, Stefanie 10 136 Nicholson, Craig 10 136, 184 Nicodemus, Candy 10 136 Nieto, Lisa Marie 12 34 Paal, J effrey 11 113, 185 Pacheco, Deann 11 113 Pachelo, Scott Wayne 12 35, 83, 198, 215 Padilla, April 11 113, 149 Padilla Padilla Padilla , Kristie 10 136 , Robin 11 113,149 . Troy 10 113, 120, 122, 186 Pak, Sang Chun 12 35 Pak, Sang Hyon 10 136 Palm, Tammy Renee 12 35, 164 Palmer, Amy 11 113, 154, 164 Palmer, Andrea 10 136 Pantoya, Aaron 12 35, 196, 215 Paplow, Tammy 12 36, 59, 60, 79, 83, 84, 149, 163, 164, 16 6, 180. 215 Parker, Dawn ll 113, 166 Parker, Penny 11 113 Parker, Richard 11 113 Parker Parry, , Scott 11 113 Cheryl Ann 12 36, 170 Parsons, Eyvon 11 113 Passan Passan ante, Lisa 10 136 tino, George 10 136, 163 Pattay, Tanya 10 136 Paulson, Gary 67, 87, 186 Pearcy, Michael 10 120, 169 Pearson, Anthony 10 136 Peavy, Aaron 10 136 Pecosky, Brandi 10 136, 152 Pedersen, Kent 10 136, 186 Pelletier, Dena 10 136 Pena, Jimmy 10 136 Pencil, Kirk 12 36 Pennetta, James 11 113 Pennington, Jennifer 10 136, 169 Penunuri, Kyle 11 113, 184 Perea, Felix 11 113, 159 Perez, Chris 12 49, 196, 197, 199 Perez, Eric 12 36 Pergande, Frances 10 136 Pergande, Francie 10 144, 152, 159 Perry, Jamie C. 12 36, 162, 215 Perry, Jennifer 10 136 Perry, Mark 11 113 Peters, Patrick 11 113, 166 Peterson, Elizabeth Ann 12 36, 77, l55,164, 182, 183,198,215 Peterson, Rusty 11 5, 113. 158, 164, 169 Peterson, Tonya 12 36, 166, 215 Peterson, Tracy 11 113, 149 Petrick, Christine 11 73, 97, 113, 179 Petty, Garret 11 113 Petty, Marcus 12 36, 162 Peyton, Raygene 10 136, 144, 159, 182, 183 Pfannenstiel, Ed 12 36 Pfeifer, Kerstine Marie 12 36, 149, 159, 166, 215 Pfenning, Kendra 159 Pfinning, Kendra 10 136 Pfister, Mike 67 Pfleiger, Jeffrey C. 12 36 Phares, Shanna 10 136 Piehl, Kelly Ann 12 36 Pierce, Bradley 11 113 Pierce, Tammy 11 113, 164 Pierson, Kimberly 11 113 Piper, Craig 11 113 Pokol, Dawn 10 113, 120, 169 Polacek, Janet 12 37, 150, 155, 215 Polanycia, Myko 11 113, 175 Polcyn, Michael 12 37 Polcyn, Raymond 10 136 Polk, Rhonda 12 166 Pomering, Chad 10 136 Pomponio, John 10 136, 188 Popple, Jacqelyn 11 113 Portner, Renee 12 37 Potts, Jamie 10 113, 120 Powers, John 11 113, 196 Prather, David 10 136, 176, 191 Pratt, Michael 11 113, 160 Pressley, Cynthia A. 12 37, 169 Preston, Robert 12 37 Preston, Robin 12 37, 166 Prieto, Amy 10 136, 144 Prieto, Kim 11 113 Prosser, Jennifer 11 113, 164 Protsman, .ludith 10 136 Prowda, Jeff 67, 161 Pryor, Elizabeth 164 Pugliese, Terri 10 136, 169 Pugliese, Toni 12 37, 166 Pumphrey, Mary 166, 215 Putnam, Anne 12 37 Pyle, Bob 10 136 Quate. Stcvi 67 Quinlan, Shannon 10 136. 152 Quinn, Cathy 10 120 Quinonez, Joseph 10 136, 144 Quinonez, Melinda 11 113, 166 Quint, Tracy 11 113 R Rademacher, Dennis 67, 188 Raines, David 12 215 Rains, Tanya Michelle 12 37, 162 Rains, William 10 136 Ramirez, Frank 11 5, 169 Ramirez, Paul 12 37 Ramirez, Vincent 12 37 Ramsay, David 10 137, 178 Randall, Lawrence 12 37 Randolph, Trista 10 137 Rangel, Roman 11 113 Rash, Denise 10 137, 152 Ratliff, Dori 11 113, 149 Ratliff, Rose 12 38, 162 Rawley, Kim 10 113, 120, 155, 164. 171 Rawson, Kathryn 10 137 Read, Tracey 10 154 Read, Tracie 10 97, 137 Realph, Candy 67 Reddick, Stacey 10 137 Reddick, Wes Dean 12 38 Reed, Anne 69, 75 Reed, David 10 137, 184 Reedy, Carrie 10 137, 169 Reese, Rhonda Fayne 12 38, 162, 215 Reeser, Philip Richard 12 38 Reichow, Candace 11 113 Reid, Audra 11 113, 149, 164 Reidel, Scott 11 114, 120, 186, 196 Reinert, Shane 10 120, 170, 185 Reisch, Ron 12 49 Renz, Lynnette 10 137 Renz, Sheri Lynn 12 38, 162, 164, 215 Ressler, Jennifer Kathleen 12 38, 50, 58,61,148, 149,16 4,215 Rhoadarmer, Dean 11 114 Richardson, Russell 10 137 Rickstrew, Ray 11 114, 198 Ridgeley, Carla 10 137 Rigaler, Allen 11 114 Riley, Scott 12 38 Rimpley, Aaron 12 38, 163, 168, 215 Rimpley, Rhonda 10 137, 152 Ritscher, Stuart 67, 166, 178 Rivera, Andrew 10 137 Rivera, Julia 11 114 Roach, Rebecca 10 137, 144 Robards, Mary 12 38, 169, 171 Robards, William 10 137, 144, 169 Robb, James 10 137 Robbins, Barbara 67, 180 Roberge Jr., Boyden 12 38, 164, 215 Roberson, Daphne 159 Roberts, Renee 11 114 Robins, Marc 12 38 Robinson, John 10 84, 120 Robinson, Susan 12 02, 49, 122, 158, 159, 165, 170 221 Robles, Keech 10 137 Robles, Mercedes 10 54, 100, 114, 120, 149, 152 Rockefeller, Aaron 12 215 Rodriguez, Ana 10 114, 120 Rodriguez, Deanne 12 38, 61, 127, 162, 164, 180, 215 Rodriguez, Jonquil Jackie 12 39 Rodriguez, Maria 10 137 Rodriguez, Raymond 11 114 Rodriguez, Troy 11 114, 186, 196 Roe, Bradley 12 39, 162, 215 Rogers, Jason 10 137, 144 Rogers, John 67 Roller, Thomas 11 114, 196 Rollman, Romero, Daniel 10 137 Gus 12 154, 166 Romero, James 11 114 Romero, Janet 11 114 Romero, John 11 114, 164, 184 Romero, Lisa 159 Romero, Lydia 67 Romero, Michael 10 137, 145 Romero, Romero, Romkee Teddy 11 114 Tina M. 12 39 Lee 10 137 Romo, Patsy 11 114, 159, 166 Roper, Matthew 10 137 Rosales, Tony 12 39 Rosenbach, Nichole 216 Rosenbach, Nicole Marie 12 39, 60, 61, 152 Rotar, Thomas 10 137 Roth, Gina 10 137 Roth, Gregory 12 39, 148, 186, 216 Roth, Jonathan 11 114 Rouet, Isabelle 12 39, 154, 216 Rowen, Jan 67 Rowland, Chandra 11 114 Roybal, Adam 10 137, 184 Roybal, Denise Lisa 12 39, 61, 162, 177, 193, 216 Roybal, Monica 11 138, 177 Ruiz, Shawn 10 137 Rumery, Lina ll 114 Rupple, Todd 11 114, 182 Ruscetta, Mike 216 Rushing, Deanne 11 114 Russell, Lewis 10 137, 145, 168, 182 Russell, Maurice 11 138 Russell, Wade 12 39, 182, 216 Ryan, Kellee 10 114, 120, 169 Ryan, Michelle 10 138, 145, 169 Ryan, Richard ll 138 Rynning, Rob 12 39, 61, 176, 194, 195, 216 S Sage, Lisa 11 138 Sage, Rasha 11 114 Sailas, Henry 11 138, 170, 184, 202 Saindon, William 11 114 Salaz, Angel 11 138 Salazar, Joseph 11 114 Salazar, Leo Ken 12 39, 52, 53, 97, 203, 216 Salemi, Douglas 11 114 Salis, Tameka 11 114, 150, 152, 153, 163 Salmon, Colin 10 138, 145 Sammon, Meri 11 114, 164 Sanchez, Darlene 11 114, 177 Sanchez, Glenn 11 114, 120, 154, 5222 164, 178, 196 Sanchez, Greg 10 138, 184 Sanchez, Vicky 12 60, 148, 149 Sanders, David 11 114, 176, 191, 194 Sanders, Scott 11 138 Sanders, Teresa Marie 12 39 Sandoval, Melvin ll 114 Sandoval, Steven 11 138 Santomango, Jeff 10 138, 145 Santomango, Steve 11 114 Santova, Carol 10 145 Satriano, Anthony 11 114, 120, 176 Satur, Jennifer 179 Sauers, Angela 10 138 Sauers, Antonio 10 138, 184 Saville, Sonja Raquel 12 40 Sawa, Jessica ll 138 Sawyer, Monique 11 114 Schafer, Lisa ll 114 Schafer, Lori 10 138 Schaffner, Stephany 11 138 Schilreff, Melissa 11 114 Schilthuis, Kirk 11 114 Schlosser, Stephanie 10 138, 145 Schmitz, Betha 69 Schnapp, Theresa 11 114 Schneider, Rick 11 138 Schoenauer, Steve 10 159, 169 Schoenberger, Heather 11 114, 120 Schoeninger, Cindy 11 138 Schroeder, Matt 10 138, 191 Schultz, Wendy Lynn 12 40, 164, 169, 216 Schultze, Paul 11 138 Schutt, Misti 11 114 Schwartz, Debbie 10 138, 169, 182, 183 Scifres, Cheryl 11 114 Scoggins, Robin 10 138, 184 Scollard, Angie 11 138, 196 Scott, Jeffrey 11 114, 161 Scott, Melinda 12 40 Scruggs, Andrea L. 12 40 Seager, Timothy 11 138, 185 Seganakis, George 10 138, 145 Segovia, Jon 11 138 Segovia, Tammy 10 139, 159 Seibert, Jane 67, 165 Sell, Glenn 11 114, 169 Seller, Jay 67, 152 Sena, Alberta Michelle 12 40, 162, 216 Sena, Michelle Olivia I2 5, 40, 61, 78,158,163, 164,167,169 Sena, Shannon Renee 12 02, 40, 58, 149, 160, 180, 216 Seymoure, Renee 10 139, 169 Sharp, Kerry 69 Shaver, Jason 11 114 Shaw, Matt 12 03, 40, 186, 216 Sheehan, David 10 125, 139, 158, 159 Sheehan, Karen 69 Sheehan, Michael Kevin 12 49, 79, 158, 164, 169 Sheehan, Ray 67 Sheldon, Sean C. 12 40 Sherick, Glenna 67 Sheridan, James 10 139 Shimpfky, Joe 10 120 Showman, Dave 12 40 Shreve, Andrea 12 40, 166 Shultz, Wendy 169 Shurette, Aimee 10 101, 120 Siemering, Kimberly 10 139 Sikkink, Randy 11 114 Silva, Ricardo 12 40 Silvey, Cheryl 10 70, 139, 179 Simmons, Scott 159 Simonton, April 10 139, 159 Simpson, Delicia 12 41, 61, 72, 175, 216 Simpson, Kim 12 41 Simpson, Stacey 11 114, 175 Singh, Ben 12 41 Sisneros, Craig 11 121, 164, 169 Sisneros, Kim 12 41 Sisneros, Patrick Anthony 12 41 Skala, Tim C. 12 41 Skeels, Denise 12 41, 61, 76, 150, 151, 154,164,216 Skinner, Sheri 10 126, 139, 179 Skinner, Teri 10 126, 139, 179 Skrbina, Marianne 11 55, 114, 121, 177 Slater, David T. 12 41 Slorf, Cherie Ann 12 41, 162, 216 Smette, Shawnda Renae 12 41, 166 Smith, Carey 10 139 Smith, Christopher Lee 12 41 Smith, Clayton 10 139, 145 Smith, Dawn ll 121 Smith, Joanne 67 Smith, Peggy 67, 167 Smith, Smith, Robert 12 41, 166, 186 Sheila 10 139 Shelena 10 139, 145 Smith, Smith, West 12 42 Snider, Dawn 12 42 Snodgrass, Jerry 68 Snyder, Christine Marie 12 43, 164 Snyder, Dawn 10 139 Sogi, Tracey 11 54, 93, 114, 117, 164 Solis, Raul Antonio 12 42, 162 Soliz, Chad ll 114, 164, 182, 196 Sosa, Daniel 11 114 Spencer, Carrie 11 114, 179 Spoden, James 12 49 Sporhase, Candice 10 139, 143 Spracklin, Brian 11 114, 166 Springer, Holly 10 139 St.Onge, Craig 10 145 St.Onge, Mike 196 Stackhouse, Patricia 12 42, 166, 216 Stahlberg, Melissa 10 139 Staley, Jon 10 139, 184 Stanley, Desiree 11 114 Stanley, Jason 11 114 Stanley, Victor 11 114 Stansbury, Shawn 10 139 Starr, Lori 11 115 Steele, Brice 12 42 Steele, Sabrina 10 139, 179 Stegmueller, Patty 69 Steinberger, William 11 115, 164, 186 Steinke, Becky 169 Stephen, Chad 11 115 Stephens, Trisha 11 115 Stepien, Christine 11 115 Stern, Stan 10 139 Stidger, Jamie 10 139, 174, 175 Stigall, Kim 11 98, 121 Stigall, Kimberly 11 115 Stockley, Jeffrey 11 115 Stockley, Michelle Lynn 12 42 Stohler, Tyde 11 115 Stokvis, Robert R. 12 42, 158, 159, 216 Stolz, Kerri 12 42, 160, 216 Stone, Angie Kristine 12 42, 60, 61, 72, 152 Stonehocker, Kristine Denise 12 49, 150. 166, 216 Stoner, Shellie 10 139 Stoskopf, Zakron 10 139 Strasheim, Krista 10 I45, 177 Strasshofer, Stephen 12 42 Strawn, Dennis Heath 12 42, 216 Strawn, Traci 10 139, 145, 182, 183 Streeks, Robert 11 115 Stremel, Dave 12 42 Strother, Janine Renee 12 43, 162 Strub, Ryan 10 139, 186 Stuart, Grace 10 139 Stubbs, Paul 12 154 Stuberg, Christopher 11 115 Stuckey, Amy 10 139, 145, 159, 168 Studenroth, Melissa 10 139, 145, 169 Stuemky, Kim 12 43 Suedkamp, Kelly 10 139, 159 Sueling, Roxeann 10 139, 145, 159 Suiter, Clint 10 139 Suiter, Deena Marie 12 43, 152, 171, 216 Sullivan, Tanesha 11 106, 115, 150 Sullivan, Tim 10 145, 139, 169 Sullivan, Todd 10 139 Sunday, Kimberly 12 43, 152, 162, 164, 166, 216 Sundberg, lngrid 11 92, 94, 97, 115, 122,152,158,164,171,224 Sundberg, Olin 68 Sutton, Carolyn 68, 149, 182, 183 Sutton, Tom 12 43, 151 Svaldi, Edda 12 43, 60, 78, 94, 95, 162, 164, 216 Swaithes, Stacey 12 43, 150, 186 Swanson, Bobbie 12 43, 61, 151, 216 Swanson, Joan 68 Swanson, Michael 10 139, 163 Swart, Kimberly 11 115 Swartz, Amber 12 43 Swartz, Amber 12 85 Swenson, Jennifer 11 121 Swope, Allison 11 115 T Tackett, Mike 186 Tacoronte, Lisa Mae 12 43 Tafoya, Sherry 166 Talbot, Michael 11 115, 154, 155 Tallman, Jennifer 11 115, 127 Tangi, Brenda 10 139 Tani, Kurt 10 125, 139, 149 Tapp, Dawn 12 43, 162 Tardy, Cindy 68, 161, 178 Tatton, Bob 5, 186 Taylor, Christopher 10 139, 196 Taylor, Sheri 12 44, 162 Taylor, Tami 11 115, 164, 166, 169 Tcheng, Tina Dieu 12 44, 216 Teater, Cheryl 10 139 Teater, Tammie 11 115 Teixeira, Rachael 68 Tennal, Troy 12 44 Tenorio, Ruben 12 44, 166, 186, 196 Teply, Jennifer 10 139, 179 Terry, Karen 10 139 Teti, Nicholas 11 115 Thaut, Eric 12 44 Thomas, Tammy Jean 12 44 Thomatos, Kristen 10 83, 139 Thompson, Leslie 10 145 Thompson, Matthew 10 139 Thompson, Quana 10 139, 179 Thompson, Reeda 68 Thorne, Patrick 11 115 Thornton, Gary 10 62, 139, 169 Thornton, Pat 69 Thorpe, Ron 11 115 Thorpe, Steven 10 139, 184, 194 Thurman, Calvin 11 115, 167 Thurston, Lana 10 139 Tikkanen, Tomi 12 44, 106, 178, 216 Timm, Melissa 10 139 Tinkey, Emma 10 139 Tolvo, James 10 139 Tomcuk, Aleksanda 12 44 Tomloste, Christopher 11 115 Tomsick, Reshaun 11 115, 152 Torres, Charles 11 115, 186, 191 Torres, David 10 139 Torres, John 10 139 Torres, Serina 10 139 iTorrez, Robert 5, 196 lToso, Lanny 10 139, 178 Trefry, Erik A. 12 44, 167, 169 Trejo, Jennifer 11 115, 121 ,Trickler, Randall 11 121, 139 lTruex, Janell A. 12 44, 79, 158, 159, 1 164, 217 lriiiiu, Mona 12 44, 160, 166, 182, 183 Trujillo, Angelo 10 139, 191 Trujillo, Delbert 12 44, 61, 196, 197, 217 Trujillo, Dion 11 115 Trujillo, Gary 12 45 Trujillo, James 10 140 Trujillo, Joseph 10 140, 191 Pete 11 115 Trujillo, Trujillo, Samuel 10 140, 196 Trujillo, Vera 11 116 Ysidro 11 116 Trujillo, Trumble, Thomas 11 116, 158, 159, 164, 171 Tucker, Suzanne 12 45, 160, 166 Turner, John 11 116 Turner, Tim 12 45, 160, 217 Tustin, Brian 11 116, 121 Tutt, Paula 68 Tuttle, Erik 11 116 Tweedy, Douglas 11 116 Tygart, Bill 12 45, 169 U Ubarczyk, Lorraing 10 140 Ulibari, Mary 10 140 Ulibarri, Mary Jo 150 Umble, Sean 10 140, 145, 185 Underwood, Deonne 10 140 Unrein, Jeanette 12 45, 60, 162 Upton, James 10 140 Urban, Jamie 10 140, 145, 159 Urban, Steve 68 Uttecht, Rebecca Kim 12 45, 72 V Valdez, Fernando 12 45, 61, 160, 182, 217 Valdez, John 11 116 Valdez, Michelle Yvonne 12 45 Valdez, Raquel 10 145 Valentine, Kathy 68, 170 Van Houten, Sandra 69 Van Meter, Amy 11 116 Van Meter, Shelly 10 145 Van Sickle, Brian 10 140 Van Sickle, Scott 11 116, 121, 185 Vargas, Valerie 12 45, 54 Vasquez, Vasquez, Vasquez, Danald 10 140 Don 149, 196 Leane 10 140, 145, 163 Velandia, Brain 11 116 Velasquez, Regina 10 140 Velasquez, Stephanie 10 140 Vergith, Jodi 11 116, 121,179 Vestal, Elizabeth 10 140 Vigil, Anthony J. 12 45 Vigil, Deanna Jeanette 12 45 Vigil, Greg Gene 12 45, 217 vigii Jason 10 140, 184 Vigil: Michael Pain 12 46 Vigil, Vigil, Sh Nestor 11 116 awna1198,116,121 Vigi1,Trini 11 116 Vigil, vicki 10 140 Villaneuva, Steve 11 121 Vipaheatra, Dana 11 99 Virgil, Crystal 10 140 Virkler, Bridget 68, 161 Vogt, Karen 11 116, 121, 159, 160, 179 Vollmer, Kristin 11 116, 169 Voncolln, Jill Denise 12 46, 162, 166 Vongsakoun, Lamngan 11 116 Vongsakoun, Viengkham ll 116, 169 Voss, Joel 11 116, 194, 195 Vourgiskang, Vieng 196 W Wagner, Annette 11 116, 163, 164, 180, 181, 193 Wagner, Myron 10 140, 185, 191 Wagner, Tim 68, 165 Wagster, Dennis 12 46 Waite, Andrew 11 116, 178 Walker, Brenda 11 116, 163, 164 Walker, Jim 12 169, 171 Walker, Kari 10 140 Walker, Kenneth 10 140 Walker, Kerri 12 46 Ronald '11 116 Walker Weber, Tammi Jean 12 46 Webster, Bill 68, 155 Webster, Katie 179 Wedge, Leanne 11 116 Wedig, Katherine 11 116 Wedig, Katy 154 Wedman, Amy 12 46, 162, 164 Wedman, Barbara 10 140 Weese, Dawn 11 116, 121 Wehus, Michael J. 10 140, 188, 191 Weigel, Travis 10 141, 184 Welch, Jacob 10 97, 141, 182 Wells, Alison 10 145, 169 Wells, Christopher 10 141 Wells, Fred 68, 182, 185 Wells, Paula 11 116 Welter, Kathleen 10 141 Wenholz, Christopher 11 116, 155 Wessel, Lyle 11 117 West, John 10 141, 169 Westin, Karen 11 117 Weston, Chris 10 161 Weyandt, Jason 10 141 Whaples, Kimberly Ann 12 46, 162, 217 White, Brenda 11 117 White, Chris 11 121 Whitney, Scott 10 103, 141 Whittemore, Christine Marie 12 46, 169, 217 Widener, Barb 68 Widhalm, James 11 117, 186 Widman, Steven 10 141 Wilbourn, Jennifer Lynn 12 46, 166 217 Wilcoxon, Mark 10 141, 196 Wilden, Corinna 11 117, 154, 159 Wiles, Stephen 10 141 Wilkerson, Tracy 10 141, 143 Wilkinson, Shana 12 47, 79, 154, 163, 164,171,217 Williams, April Yvettechantral 12 47, 50 Williams, Benjamin ll 117 Williams Dan 11 117, 186 Williams, Gary 11 117 Williams, Jennifer 11 117 Williams, Joseph 11 117 Williams, Kathy 68, 85, 168 Williams, Kim 10 141 Williams, Kristi 12 47, 217 Williams Tonya 10 145, 161 Willis, Aaron 11 73, 117, 119, 184 Wall, Angela 11 116 Wall, Dee 11 87, 91, 116, 121, 186, 187 Walter, Laurie 12 46, 118, 154, 159 Walters, Janalisa Irene 12 46, 159, 217 Walukewicz, Marcia 10 140 Wanser, Michelle 11 116 Ward, Effie 11 116 Ward, Gina 68 Willis, Carmen 12 217 Willis, T.J. 12 47, 61,166,186, 217 Willrich, Rudy 11 117, 164, 169 Willsey, Bo 11 117, 150, 155, 163, 164, 169, 178 Willsey, Max 3, 64, 66 Wilmot, Benjamin 10 127, 141, 154, 158, 159, 165, 170, 198 Wilmot, Sara Elizabeth 12 47, 122, 147, 158, 159, 165, 170 Ward, T Warden, ina 10 140 Glenn 11 100,116 Ware, Catherine 10 140 Ware, Samuel 11 116, 121 Warner, Sandy 69 Warr, Jeff 10 140, 161 Wasick, Audia D. 12 46, 159 Waters, Amy 68 Waters, Carolyn 69 Watkins, Kathleen 11 121 Wayland, Chris 12 163 Webb, Diana 10 140 Weber, Amy 11 116, 160 Wilsey, Jason 11 117, 167 Wilson ll, G. Michael 12 217 Wilson, Andrew James 12 47, 186 Wilson, Audra Linn 12 47, 217 Wilson, Chad 12 47, 61, 77, 166, 186, 194 Wilson, Jodi 10 141, 159 Wilson, Stephanie 10 141. 159 Wilson, Steven 10 141 Windsor, Joe Patrick 12 47, 217 Winogrodzki, David 10 145 Wintersteller, Craig 12 47, 217 Wirth, Sarah 10 141, 145 Wiseman, Donald Doug 11 117. 184 Wiseman, James 10 141 Witkowski, Michelle Theresa 12 47 Witt, Laryce 11.117, 164 Wittich, Tami 11 117, 166 Wittstruck, Betty 69 Witzke, Jarrod 10141, 191 Woerpel, Christopher 10 141 Wolanski, Sonja 11 117 Wolverton, Dana 11 117 Wood, April 11 117 Wood, Brenda 10 141 Wood, Brian Dale 12 47, 217 Woods, Corey 12 217 Woods, Maylin ll 117 Woods, Michael 10 141 Worth, Sara 163 Worthington, Kristina 10 141, 182. 183 Wren, Janine 69, 196 Wright, David Eugene 12 48 Wright, Kellianne 12 04, 48, 159, 163, 217 Wright, Tracey 12 48, 163, 169, 186 Wurster, Elizabeth 10 141 Wyckoff, James 11 117 Y Yamada, Manuel 169 Yoder, Kirk 10 145 Yoshida, David 11 117, 121 Young, Larry 10 141 Youtsey, Kim 10 141 Yunker, Brian 11 117,121,171 Z Zaffore, Dave 12 48, 157, 158. 217 Zahtila, Joni 69, 74 Zancanelli, Paul 10 141, 188 Zastrocky, Lynne 11 117, 164, 179, 193 Zerr, Lucinda 11 117, 179 Zimmerman, Michelle 10 141, 143 Zuniga, Delfinia 11 117 223 FI IUGRFIPHS In order to serve you better and make the close of this year the most efficient and convenient one yet, the Retrospect is providing this instant signing page. Use it wisely. Dear X ' N A , l'll never forget the times we had in Qigj SP',tQ'- iQ class last year, and I know you'llInever forgetcithe time5we4Qtigh3d . Mrmi.w . Remember me always fx- 'A X ' D kg '-' 1 What a year, This one we'll remember forever. Great being in the best class, The Class of E88 . 89 if I 9 0 Never forget ya, 1 , please print clearly Retrospect Co-Editors .... .... R honda Bethea Kevin Harford Photo Editor ..... . . . Troy Massey Sports Editor ........ .... J anelle Cepeda Asst. Sports Editor . . . . . . Larry Barton Art Editor ............. Charly Hoge Senior Section Editor John Holmes Sophomorellunior and Clubs Editor ....... Ingrid Sundberg Copy writers and Proof readers .......... Anna Cirbo Cindy Comett Kathleen Crowfoot Photographers .... ...... L ori Burke David Kunz Helena Ardholm Advisor .... . . . . .... Mr. Bruce Knuth Gibson, Dear , Great knowin' ya. Have a good Check One Onl Summer JZILife Senior year Repeat year lQ'Other l'll remember ya, C heck One Only Cl Always lj Forever Z Maybe till next fall Your friendg Colophon Jostens American Yearbook Company of Topeka, Kansas, 66601, printed the 1100 copies of the 1988 Retrospect. A staff of 14 compiled the 224 page book. The paper stock used is a gloss 8041? 191 with a trim size of 8 l!2" by 11" The Retrospect used a Smythe-sewn binding and silkscreen printed, custom stamped cover with blue foil accent. The cover was then laminated for dutibility. The movie camera graphic was provided by Charly Hoge, title script by Carlie McGinn. A variety of type styles were used throughout the book. The photo captions are 10pt Times, set by the printing plant. All other type was generated on a Macintosh Il computer and printed on an Apple Laserwriter printer. Other word processing and indexing was done with the aid of Jostens Micro Grafix Series Auto Copy I program. Our representative from Jostens American Yearbook Company was Jack Eckart. A"lAf1lE hmm 'slow Mlghbof. blmuttt KG? pax- i l I I A l l 1 1 l 1 I 'l xfi. rf K-Q F fal- ,ff ,-fr ,L- ? 5 Z 0 C fb Q59 N WEE, Q2 Qjfgw F5 QQEFQEEM EM ,Mfg Eg EZQ? Qgqiphg Hg X jWx5gog4?QgJ!gE-' ,E 3,5 39,sg.?jQQW1, Q ?iQf2igigfi? NLSEQBEQ 555 1 gf? 25353 g 964, Of of -.2 VF- C0 iw mg ,E .Q +04EgSi'5gg?igV?g 553955535532 QV' MV 5 5 if 94' gb - QQQWT S gy .2 QU y fig kfx igjisf? 5 502525 E SLU Q1 F? D I I I 2 I Q L Q The lady trojans express their joy upon KE TE 50-39 Romp Over Pomona Thornton Trojans won the Class 4A state girls basketball champion- ship with a 50-39 victory over Pomona at the University of Colorado Events Center. The win gave Thornton a 23-2 record and the teams second title since 1980. Second-ranked Thomton controlled the game by closing the door on Pomona's strong inside game. Thornton's talented backcourt, including Sylvia Hernandez, Amy Diesburg, and Cindy Cornett, combined for 34 points. Comett led with 13, Diesburg scored 12. This trio also built a 14-9 first-quarter lead. Cornett led the way with six points. While Hernandez and Diesburg scored four each. Thomton established a 25-17 half time lead on baskets by Diesburg and Tammy Ihnen and a free throw by Hemandez. Pomona finished the first half shooting 26'Za. Thornton, more selective and successful from the outside, shot 42'Zp. It appeared Pomoma's shooting would heat up in the third period. The Panther's out scored Thornton 5-2 in the first two minutes to trail by only three baskets. But over the next three minutes Pomona went cold. With Pomona's offense on ice Thomton took command building a 35-25 lead with 1:30 left in the quarter. A Pomona cold spell in the fourth quarter ended any hopes the No. 6-rated Panther's had. Channel 4 Marsha Nevell presents the team with a trophy. 994 vi Cindy Cornett puts all her effort into another point toward her game high 13. receiving the state trophy, finally declaring them number one. V E. it in g ia. 1 ilhvp 7 A Q 4, K W 1 I t 1 ,- "' ..- 7 f is no S we .. -, ,-0, ,f -LL'...."'.'5 L ln their moment of triumph, the lady trojans net. !"""5h iw is jx celebrate by cutting down the Denise Roybal dribbles the ball down court on one of her many breaks. 'si I Coach Dan Koenig introduces, Coach Greg Hahn, and Coach Nancy MacDonnell declaring "we have three coaches, not just one." . Coach Koenig takes a time out to as the team huddles to discuss their next strategy. QV" C 1-M il at gay' -K V, sf' L Vit I 5:0-,"',


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