Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

 - Class of 1985

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QSO! Q E XX X if Ways' 5V wgffmgj P Xa DP wg 59 V5 Gr! G' 6 fyyf X WfW, U. X f f M ww X N If if 0 yy? NN wg f Q, A O f gb , 635 f L 1 0 fi X6 L 259 Q y Q32 ,XPC ' 'TSX ,,LN,,k - 'E ' L Q6 , f X ffif Q?Q f Q f J' fx If Jfixy ixlgffx. K '4fQf:fi'f ,.,i,- , 1 'KA' If .ill V. 0 1" 5 all K7 b ' " 21 .pf A1' wc ,! ff fg g i5f7 fliQff ,Q! f-'1 Q Glendale Union High School District Governing Board. Dr. Craig Trueblood. Bill Stout, Jackie Carter, Anne Schulz, Richard Stapley. Board President Board Clerk Board Member Board Member Board Member The superintendent and his staff, hired by the governing board, are responsible for operating the schools according to governing board policy. Gerald E. George. Superintendent The five members of the governing board are elected by the community and legally charged with the responsibility of set- ting goals and establishing policies which will govern the opera- tion of the district. Gerald E. George, Ed. D. Superintendent of Schools Thunderbird High School Administration. - - f Above Left: Fred Skoglund, gl Principal: Left: Ginny Linhart, Principal Skoglund's secretary: Above Right: Stan Edelman, Assistant Principal for Student Services: Right: Irene Sanderman, Creden- N 'fx tials Secretary. N F. I wg: Above Left Bob Thrasher Assistant Principal for Stu dent Activities Left Bonnie Greene Secretary for Stu dent Services' Above Right: Maxine Daly, Dean o Students: Right: Bev Kucharek, Attendance Secretary. ' F I C, Administration 02B Seniors Seniors - "Class of '85" an Q53 Senior Student Council Standing: Lori Session: Secretary Mary Avensong Class President Scott Andersong Chief Justice Hanglng: Q ' N Dustin Young: School President Donna Zannoni: Vice President Tim Demmeg Treasurer , -. r 1. , . .51 K. sw Susan Abel er S fi Vicki Adams gg Anthony Aiello ... ..g rv vw il I 1 Q, C 6 Q V Dawn Aldridge f gi ' Troy Allen X Q- 'x Louie Allison i Lorraine Altieri Suzanne Ames joe Anderson Scott Anderson Carrie Cook Tim Anthonise Becky Aranyos, Angie Attewell Bill Attewell Buffi Austin Minna-Riitta Aatio Mary Avenson Heather Aycock Mindi Aycock Kevin Barclay Brian Barnett jeff Barnett ' john Barton Ensign Beesley Anthony Benicki Kelly Bialik Eileen Blohm Iohn Bondi Mike Bone Seniors O33 04B Kathryn Bowenkamp Ted Bowes Paul Boyd Steve Bracco Tom Brennan Danny Brinton Robby Britton Sara Brooks Shea Brock Gina Brown Brian Brurnfield Lori Bukowiecki jonathan Bullock Paul Bu'mmer Cheryl Burkhard Tom Burkhard Ioseph Cable Roy Cady Michelle Calderon Iennifer Campbell Matt Carlson Iaya Carroll john Carter Troy' Carter Seniors z .: ' . 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ITT.-If 'ON X115 'Vi- 1 X Chuck Fenton Karen Ferra Carol Flood Barbra-lean Floyd Ioe Fields Danielle Forcelli 'D Brian Foster Chris Franco Debbie F randsen Shereen Franklin Trisha Franklin Doug Freeman Maria Frew Andy Frus lay Frye Laurie Fyke Rhonda Gaffney Bret Garman Andrew George Gregg Gerber Scott Geyer Todd Gidlow Patrick Girand Mark Graf Seniors 07B julie Gray Mark Greenwalt Kelly Greenwell Carmen Grieger Dorene Graff Connie Graham Carolyn Gramza Amy Green K. C. Grim Carol Halsema Carey Hamrnon Cindy Hammon Amy Hannon Amy Hanson Iulynn Hargens Paul Harke Shane Harpet Pete Harris Dan Haugland Gregory Hawthorne Robert Hayton Christine Hedstrorn Samantha Helwig Shawn Henry OSB Seniors Q3 Y' X . Q, 1 i iLife 1- , rv 97 . 'if ,' R. Rf- YN-r NJ!! life A 1 in vqyh -6 in f mauv- 'Qual f , . fa- ,ik 1 5 is ' Q ar, 'sq ' 1 . sv'-sf 4 .2 F5 -PP Q 'O Qu. "'s. . 44" .ff ..- - , OG.. .fx ,q- rv: s. .J X. "7 Q9 'if CNY' Nikki Hensley Terri Higdon Linda Hill Monica Hill Kelly H oehne Scott Holdorf David Honkus Bobby H utchens Maryann lmmordino jennifer jackson Michelle jacobsen joseph jacooo Michelle jones Rick johnson Chuck Kalcich Suzy Kalcich Alicia Karnenca Michelle Kar Pat Kaus jeff Keeler Chissy Kelly Dawn Ketner Zubin Khubchandani Dave King Seniors 09B Shari Kitchen Karen Knutson Mary Koch Kirk Kokoska Todd Krajewski Heather Kuhl Cindy Kuzelka Kim LaRowe Mark Laubenstein Courtney Laurence George Leach Lorreine Lee I eff Lemieux Tony Lewis Nanci Leyrer lim Liddell Kevin Long Carrie Lundquist Gil Lyke Carol Mackrain Mike Marcell Dennis Marion Tom Martin Gary Maynard 10B Seniors I if 53 'gp' ,wa X f a, ei . A ,CYK '52, a T N if i , 41 Jzxxf fi- YZ:- K AVR L . e L fy- we .sn 96 4 at G 3 U' Q 1 if L' 'VL -we-er bv, ,S 'Qs 'r-,Q up C7-7 'D 46- f Q 'Lv' H0 "ix ill 05 QA . New LA- wwf' -lf L-ffl , i ex . Q-1 cl Q! , Wu., 416 '55 I .fix i""'1' Cheryl McClymont Tamara McDonald Iohn McDowell Steve McFarland Rochelle McGill Dan McGowan Scott Nicholson Shelly Medina Maryann Melillo Iarnes Meshay Renee Middleton Karlyn Milam Michael Miner Kurt Minko Mary Miranda Kevin Malmgren Dave Monkrnan john Moojen Cindy Moore Lee Moore Lori Mullins Cathy Murphy Kim Murphy jeff Myers Seniors 11B Scott N ebb Mindy Neighbors Missy Neighbors Allison Neel lim Nelson Tina Nelson Ken Northroup Kim Oberhansli Mike O'Connor Cecilia Ortiz Celia Ortiz Alberto Ottolenghz Michelle Ouellette Stephanie Oster jennifer Overland Ann Marie Parkin Robin Park Roger Penton Greg Perkins Shree Perkins Tanya Pierson Kelly Pittman Cheryl Pingleton Anthony Pipia 12B Seniors '. qv- cf ,, , f, 1 A W i, Wir! 1 a ,ar y A ' M Wi 1' 'A 45 iff I FH , ' Q A wa ' 1 X L. it . K ill iw. V, , s Nd 'T"'1i ! 5- fiw e 4. Q33- 45?-, CV! afui, mn 'wx dl N! Mike Plumley David Price Vikki Pursell Lauren Rapp Stuart Ratner Greg Reade Carolyn Riddiford Glenn Reed Don Regan Reginald Clay Mike Reilly Kirk Reznik Nancy Ridgway Gail Ritchie Susan Robert Peggy Robertson Leo Rochette, Ill Ellen Roedel Scott Roper jennifer Roth Denise Routery Tammy Rower Brian Russell Iennifer Sacks Seniors 13B David Saville Laila Sayegh Brian Schmatjen Tracy Schweitzer Sherri Scott Lori Session Linda Shannon Ieff Shelton Shannon Coatney Bobbie Shibler Lee Shore Teri Short Michael Shumaker Kerri Siefken lady Siggins Kendra Simmons Kathy Simpson Stan Slowikowski Stephanie Sikora Heather Smith Ken Smith William Smith Tony Srajer Lynda Staab 14B Seniors -S., 'N 'Cl' -A 1-rr X X it "Nm, 14' 'L' wr ,ki Zh SX "-'. 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Student Council would like the Class of '85 to remember that ten year reunions can be more fun than looking through a yearbook. Please get back in touch with the Thunderbird High School office in 1994 to help organize the 1995 Ten Year Reunion. 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Windy Kieborg Angie Kirk Mike Knowles Kris Knudson Sean Koontz Kelly Krauss Sydney Kroque Iulie Lamb David Lamberti Chris LaMont Tim Langford Tim Lawrence Keith Lee Laura Lee Roberta Leiby Mark Geske Lisa Levy Lisa Leyrer Robert Leyrer Mark Liveringhouse Todd Livermore Gary Loffman Chris Long Marchelle Lumpmouth Emily Mabry Susan MacDonald Brenda Mack Maria Magnifieo joe Malinconico Terri Marek David Martin Iereniy Martin Scott Masch Lorrie Mason Greg Mathison Debbie Matyskiel Guy Mauro Chuck Mawk Matt Maxie Bridget Maynard Tracy Maynard Chris McDaniel April McDonald Halina McFarland Sherry McLeod Chad Meier Natalie Mesa Kristen Mikkelsen Ieff Mikus Dawn Milam Angelica Mills Denise Miller Michelle Miller Trudy Miller Elizabeth Mitchell Karen Monaco Kim Molitor Michelle Montanez Craig Moore Kevin Moore Michelle Moore Elizabeth Morris Laura Morris james Mrazek Don Mucheck Newton Muehleisen Tom Mullaney joey Munday Ioy Munday Gene Munford Juniors 21B Cyndi Mustard Kent Narveson Mike Neal Susan Nelson Brian Newman Tracy Nilles Andre Noe Cindy Nordquist Lisa Ockenfels Ioel Olson Tricia Olson Sal Ongaro Victoria Orlando Karen Otis I. Rosemary Ouska Melissa Pacheco Troy Palmer Tammie Parker Bonnie Passage leanna Passero Andrea Pastbre Lisa Patterson Larry Pauwels Terri Payne Desiree Peak I enny Pearce Donna Pechan Kellie Pennypacker Felicia Pensiero Doug Percival Darrin Permenter Lisa Peterfreund Christine Petty Greg Pink Greg Polling Chris Poole Gary Porter Mark Preach Damon Premer Don Pruitt Lori Puckhaber Richard Radlauer Scott Rafidi Pam Rauschelbach Bob Ray loanie Resnick David Rice lason Robbe Kim Robillard Ioanna Rodopoulos jeannine Rogers Bobby Saiz Ryan Sanders jennifer Sandler Karen Scanlan Paul Schlink Carolyn Schwartz Iulie Schweitzer Iill Scott lulie Scott Missi Sebek Iulie Sedlmeier Matt Sedlmeier Debbie Serrano Kris Sgrillo Melissa Shelley Scott Shipley Mark Simmons Tricia Simpson Sheila Sims t ,Ar 'Z X! , i fly S i ,fs I7 XI K k A, , Aff . J . K W . ' r ' 5 K we,Q',vf f .4-re' il 1 X. I, f e an 11:1 L, I .1 . 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W 1-Q Qi!-Vzfrz ll 7 717 Christine Aaron Debbie Ackermann Lisa Adam Tricia A gersea Todd Aguaiyo jason Alexan er Kelly Altenbernd jennifer Anderson Monica Anderson David Archer Adam Arias jeni Armstrong Robin Arroyo Davinna Artibey Billy Ashby Kerry Ashby Luanne Ashb Steve Andradz Kevin Bacchus Matthew Ba 'an Terry Bail Matthew Balzer Mike Bane Heather Barr Brennan Bartsch Reid Behrendt Misty Bent jody Bergmann Steve Blecher Holly Blosser jason Blutter john Bognanno Kari Boldon Kristi Bolt Nancy Bone jennifer Bousard Lori Bowls Kim Boyd jeff Braeger Nora Bremser Charles Brennan Glenna Brookshire Arick Brown Shawn Brown David Bruce Amy Burger Traci Burris julie Busch Vikki Calderon Darren Caldwell Callen Carroll Kim Cannon je Cantin Tracy Cgposieno Larry Case Cheryl Casone Lesley Cates Howard Chait Mark Chang Shannon Chapman Zoe Chapman Laura Chapman William Chase Freshmen 33B Elisa Chernov Michele Cholewa Edward Christie Paul Ciardullo Tony Cipriano Chris Clark Kenneth Clark Kyle Clark Kim Collins Robby Colman Heather Conrad Erin Convery Richard Copeland Tanya Costa Sandy Cravalho Chris Creaney David Crosby Robert Crowley Rogelio Chavez Carrie Curtiss leff Cutler Brandon Cutrone Rhonda Dabrowski Kelly Daughtry lody Davenport Iennie Davidson Adam Davis Greg Davis Sandi Dean Maria DeCarlo lulie Decker Kristine DeCrosta Ioe DeMichael lohn Derego Kristine DePierro Michelle Dikes lay Dils Troy Dinin Dawn Dinunzio Ken Dixon Vannah Doan Amy Dodd jason Donaldson Robert Doran Drew Dorsey Mike Douglas Dana Duerr Rob Duggan Staci Danny 5 Glenn Dyke Angie Edelman Shane Elmore Wendy Emerson Kristi Erford David Ericson Ioe Escamillo Patty Espinosa Matt Essary Natalie Evans Anton Ewing Amie Felder Lisa Fenske Luke Ferrara Delise Fields Susan Finkelstein Mark Fischer Chrissy Fish lames Flesher lames Flink Michelle Fobar 34B Freshmen N . g A " if, 1 .4 " in c,, ,., - , ,, Vx 5 Q .n 4 1 1 ' K '- .ws V Url, H A r U, hr.r1,fff,,M,3m F rv-. M xg 1 XI 1: 4, G".-we --:L-L Mike Fobar Michelle Ford Paul Frandsen Dawn Franklin Roxanne Franklin Teresa Franklin julie Freed Kathleen Freeman Paul Freeman Kelly Fleming David F redericks Chris French Brian Frick Ron Friedman Bill Fry Robert Futrell Frank Gambino Richard Garcia Mike Geskc jennifer Gifford Annie Gilbertson Stacey Gilbertson Lance Goldsmith Karen Gonzales Angie Gorman Amy Gower Becky Green Doug Griffin Tracy Grimm Stasia Griskowitz Rick Grubert Shanna Gunter Randy Haarer Rachelle Hall Brandon Hamilton Kellie Hanrahan jason H arbeck Denise H arnois Mike Harrington jim Harrison Tracy Harrop Dawn Hart Kristine Hartwell Sue Hauglund jon Hawksworth Crystal Heck Diana Heck Carrie Hedstrom Patrick Henry Dori Hewitt Melony Hicks Michelle Hicks Shawn Hillard Mike Higgins Kenny Hightower Tricia Hoffman Kim Hornberger john Hamilton jennifer Hundley Shawn Hungate Sholette Hunsaker David Hunt Nancy Hunter Kori Hunter Natalia lbarra Kristi lngold Ann Marie lozzo Kim jackson Annette jemente Shelly jenkins Freshmen 35B Tammy lenkins Layne Iensen Wes lensen Kim lensik Chris Iohnson Eric Iohnson Michelle Iohnson Kevin Iohnson Ion lanes Christine lulien Leslie lung Wendy Kabel Greg K aliszak Anissa Kamenca Allan Kaplan Kathy Kar Randy Korg Sean Kaye Rusty Keagle Chad Kerr Freddy K hoshnau leff King Michelle King Paul King Anita Kirk leff Klinefelter David Knight Iohn Knutson Mari Kostelaz Ioe Kozak Kathleen Kozdra Michelle Krajewski Tricia Krauss Vanessa K retchmer Donald Kuhl Lorelei Kuhn Michelle Lamont Steven Lampert Lori Larocca Gina Loschiavo Grace Lawrenz Mary Leach Iill Leatherwood Anthony Lee Adina Lernberg Erika l.vvir1e lon Levine Tami Levine Sue Leyrer Brad Little Bryan Little Dawn Lloyd Ken Looney Pat Lord Rosemary Lostumo Denise Lucero Brad Lundquist Frank Luper Iennifer Luse Kurt Luther Terri Lyke Leslie MacA rther Mary Mackrain Samantha Madison Sam Mahoney Bonnie Martin Mark Martinez Laura Mast Maria Maxie Mike Mayhew 36B Freshmen y N1 X 'Ev f 2 K MQ it r 1 ' All nr If ' 1 , f -3. 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A W f ' 39' f ,N-A P Kim McArdle Paul McClendon Claudia McConnell Richard McDonald Troy McDonald jackie McKean jason McKinney julie McLeland Connie McLeod William Meekin Roger Mena Frank Meza jennifer Mills Teresa Millsap Vickie Mineo Allen Miranda Elena Miranda jon Mirmelli jennifer Misseijer Simon Montenegro Renee Maojen Ann Moore Brent Moore Brianna Moore Pamela Morris Mindy Morrison Susan Moser Hassy Mostofo Sharilyn Motley Fernando Moulinet Brian Muff Sean Nagy julie Naimo Tiffany Nash rian Neal Alex Nelson Mike Nelson Stacy Nelson Steve Nelson Tracy Nelson jason N esburg Quynh Chi Nguyen jodie Nichols Michael Nunez Yvette Nunez jennifer Nygard Paul Oken jason Olson Kris Olson Ricky Ortiz Peter Overland Marianna Owen Angie Pace Michelle Palmer jamie Pardy jonathan Parker Rusty Parker jennifer Parlet Amy Parr Dean Pascucci Cori Pashos Mike Pastore Ken Patarozzi Sean Pearson Mike Peed Courtney Penhall Tony Pensiero Henry Perez Alisa Petty Brooke Piatt Freshmen 37B Dawn Pickett David Piller Brad Pilon Shane Piper Tami Pizzi Roger Post jenny Preest Craig Pursell Mic ael Raccuia Derek Rankin Killy Rankin Annette Raymond Darin Robles Dena Recchia janet Regan Tina Rei er Scott Rex Heather Reznik Teresa Rhodes Cheryl Riccelli Alan Richardson Renee Rodreick Chris Rogers Pam Rogers Marci Romesburg Tom Rossignol Thomas Roth Alfie Safa john Sagasta james Sanders Renee Sandler Cindy Santa-Cruz Vincent Santamarina joel Schleifer Cari Schluter Wade Schott Tricia Schurtz Mary Schweitzer Suzann Scofield Brian Schroeder Robert Scudella jeff Serrano Clara Sezate Alexia Sgrillo Pete Scheibenreif Terri Shelton Lawna Shewmake Shauna Shurtleff Brandon Siefken Michelle Sigman jennifer Silva Traciy Sikora Dee ee Simpson Dan Simmelink Sabrina Sinatra Helen Siu Susan Siragusa Misty Skinner Denise Slater jacki Slavin Blaine Smith Missy Smith Scott Smith Brian Soldner, Karsten Solheim Nicole Spence Tyler Staddon je Stanle Agiber Steghens john Sticht 38B Freshmen MA as M -av it 'vw i af: ff A , any guy: iftt X,-I" ' . f W' fu U La M if g iii I it W W-if M5 x 5 lk ky l l X l X E 1 b Y 1 1' A -4 .M 'ii W ,- l l Qs, if 1 A 'I y ,J A Q I C 1.3 T 11 S lf ti , is 1 V C' 5 iiltt s l',, F '- 1 1- I V 'f 1' ' i. 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X :L -N rx -4 Q L '55, , LE ,L ,- L L T - fi 'L Q f .' it-'I X ' L fx, Wal 'YJ wi V6 vs A ts - a v in YJ B Steve Stinson Don Stoker Kristi Stoll Alesha Stoops Sean Storrs Curtis Strain Tammy Strome Larry Strong Angela Stroschein Iason Stutenroth Holly Sullivan Sutcheta K ulkarni Ie f Sweet Ioe Sgupiany Larry Teat Alicia Terry Stacey Terry Ken Teter Michelle Thibado Ieri Thomas Laura Thompson Kelly Tharp David Timm Iohn Tolmie Iennie Tress Kaye Trimble leff Trohan Mark Trombino Nate Vance Lisa VanHorn Nichole VanSpriell Dennise Viliborgi Marcy Visinho jennifer Voss Crista Waite Shannon Walker Darryl Warner Natascha Warren Iolynn Warren Iason Wasylyk Tom Watson Chris Weaver Mark Weaver Brian Weinbrandt Kim Wells Ronny Westover Keith Weyandt lean Whitcomb Wendy White Daniel Wickey Monique Wilcox Nicole Williams Kim Willman Dawn Wilson David Wiltgen obby Wojciechowsky Robert Wright Amy Young Iason Young Vickie Zampino Laurel Zapalac Christal Ziegler Brian Zeller Chris Zerlaut lennlyer Zito Ed y Zwar Freshmen 39B 0. Q Q 5 9 -x 5'-v ., W 40B Quad ,- iii b fe itfbr-sl 5 1.-. :Tfi '11 A311-15,329 f' "Jw -Nz, ,W-MQ s-. fi iW?9'jQ52,s?ig"-ewiiay. J Varsity Football Front Row: Darrin Permenter, Mark Geske, Kevin Long, Ron Arroyo, Jeff Lemieux, Todd Shuldap Row 2: Mr. Witter, Rory Toma, Mike Sweet, Matt Carlson, Bucky Mayhard, Don Wilson, Lee Shore, Brian Russell, Tony Atello, Fred Egererg Row 3: Mr. DeJanovich, Duane Criston, David Lane, Joe Domanico, Jason Foerster, Tony Benicki, Bobby Saiz. Robert Llanos, Garen Zoll, Jim Gipson, Er- nie Dorag Row 4: Jeff Meyers, Scott Geyer, Robby Britton, Hudson Johnston, Shea Brock, Jim Liddell, Jeff Cutler, Jeff Emer- son, Paul Schlink, Mike Walleng Row 5: Sean Vanspriell, Rodney Blum, Joe Carter, Brian Hollabaugh, Ernie Hart, Brian Webb. Phil Johnson, Kurt Minko, Billy Hintze. Junior Varstiy Football Front Row: Jeff Davis, John Jocovo, Coach Greg Keller, Tom Brager, Jeff Maholng Row 2: Luke Maze, Tim Langford, Trent Renfrow, Chris Kalkbrenner, Scott Kirk, Chris Boose, Tom Allenp Row 3: David Aguayo, Dan Cooper, Scott Rafitti, Mike Hintze, Mike Fischer, Joe Curling Row 4: Greg Mathison, Kelley Shore, Kim Cooper, Sean Harrell, Ryan Sanders, Clifton Hoyer, Don Pruitt. Freshmen Football Front Row: Jim Flecher, Jeff King, Jack Story, Steve Ogborne, Frank Mesa, Robert Fultreil, Jeff Seranog Row 2: Tom Rossignol, Mike Mayhew, Simon Montengro, Brad Singquist, Brian Soloner, Alan Dosley, Paul McCIendon, Jeff Sweet: Row 3: Greg Davis, Curtis Strain, John Sa- qasta, Reid Behrendt, Kevin Bacchus, Paul King, Row 4: Bill Chase, Alex Nelson, Will Merkin, Joe Szupiany, Robby Col- eman, Mike Pastore, Adam Davis, Jason Olson. g NOW NJ bQ',,NiE,v. '- Milfs, l'l'LU.r Football 41B il! W limi? igrinuiiiiniiip ifllflflfltg Varsity Volleyball Front Row: Cheryl Adams, Bonnie Bujitas, Jaylene Johnson, Kell Bialikg Row 2: Maria Frew, Cheri Vilcek, Renee Middleton, Veroni Flores: Row 3: Tammie Cox, Mrs. Neeley, Jenny Jackson. ' Junior Varsity Volleyball Front Row: Marcelle Lumpmouth, Nancy Trimble, Lorrie Marek: R1 2: Kristine Corson, Tricia Saville, Joanie Voss, Tamara Shurtleffg R4 3: Georganne Soberi, Karen Thiesse, Mindy Elmore, Julie Baab Danielle Price, Mr. Heck. Freshmen Volleyball Front Row: Sue Hoagland, Dee Dee Simpson, Stacey Nelson, Cori Hunter: Row 2: Michelle Keen, Jennifer Parlet, Michelle Ford, Monica Anderson, Robin Arroyo: Row 3: Kriste Bolt, Laura Khun, Jennifer Priest, Marcy Romesburg, Tricia Agersiag Row 4: Natalie Evans, Jennifer Luse, Susan Moser, Laurie Bowls, Tricia Hoffman: Row 5: Sholette Hunsaker, Susan MacDonald, Mrs. Gallegos, Kathy Turpin. 42B Volleyball l ,, 'yy F, . 'is fi 3, i" Varsity Boys' Cross-Country Front Row: Dee Crosby, John Barton: Se- cond Row: Mark Piller, Paul Bummer, Chris Hernandez, Greg Cullison: Third Row: Mr. Doerrer, Tim Demme, Robert Hayton, Mr. Siwek. Girls' Cross-Country First Row: Jennifer Bousard, Emily Mabry. Sherri McLeod, Stephanie Pierce, Jenny Berry, Karen Knutson, Michelle Palmer: Second Row: Maureen Greenfield, Missy Smith, Connie McLeod, Liz Upton. J.V. and Frosh Cross-Country First Row: Bobby Wojciechowski: Second Row: Howard Hughes, David Piller, Lance Goldsmith, Bryan Little: Third Row: Roger Mena, Brad Little, Russel Brown, Don Mucheck. Sports 43B Golf Front Row: Chris Lecky, Kent Narveson. John Hovis, Dina Ammaccapanef CWS Rutter, Brandin Beck, Karsten Solheum. Brad Cannon: Row 21 GBVY -Porter' Greg Garbero, Kevin Barclay, Kirk Kokoska, Brian Eslinger, Jay Meshay' Scott Nicholson, Mr. Rivero. Swimming Front Row: Beth Wintermantle, Melissa Lynn, Cari Schlutter, Katia Van Hulle, Kristin Baron, Anita Kirk, Tracey Capo- sieno, Melissa Pacheco, Second Row: Tracy Nilles, Tiffany Addis, Sydney Krogue, Jennifer Sandler, Christine Perez, Amy Stiak, Jenny Tress, Chris DeCrosta, Diana Thompson, Mrs. Mayberry: Thlrd Row: Mr. Franovich, Ron Friedman, Chris Creany, Sharla Goetz, Danielle Forcelli, Stephanie Sikora, Gary Hukill, Brian Newman, Ken Northroupg Fourth Row: Joel Schleifer, Jeff Cantin, Charlie Nor- throup, Matt Dougall, Joe Anderson, Andy Frus, Scott Steele, Rob Vetter, Todd Blut- ter, Chris McDaniel, Tom Ketchman. Badminton Front Row: April Fredericks, Joanie Resnic, Julie Ridgway, Susan Abelef. Dawn Ketnerg Second Row: Karen Otis, Michelle Wendler, Lorraine Altieri, Tracie Steinweg. Kim Oberhanslig Thlrd Row: Carman Griegar, Jaya Carrol, Jacqueline Laverne. Chris Cederholm, Laurie Benickl, Becky Epsteing Fourth Row: Mrs. Waters, Ms. Gaston. 44B Sports .tow 1 . ' r9'?"y 0 Q Alf Y ui Varsity Basketball Front Row: Matt Maxie, Kevin Long, Joe Domanico, Brian Booker. Secon Row: Jason Foerster, Scott Hudson, Joe Carter, Troy Palmer, Coach Bob Noice, Assistant Coach Bob Evert, Jim Spencer, Dan Brin- ton, Joe Fields, Teddy Bowes. Front Row: Phil lzbell, Brandon Beck, Jim Tanner, Bob Hughes. Second Row: Jim Mostafo, David Rice, Paul Kaczorowski, Matt Sedelmeier, Coach Ron Martin, Pat Fredenberg, Ryan Sanders, Kelly Shore, Chris Pool. Freshman Basketball I'ronl Row: Jason Slulcnrolh, Jcll Swecl, Coach Gurule, Jonathon Parker, Doug Grillln, Daniel WIKQKCY. Second Row: Paul Okon, Joe Kolak, Hassy Moslolo, Slove Nelson, Robby Colman, Jell Canlin, Mike Nelson, Alex Nelson, Brian Soldncr, Chris Reiss. flbli H1 kr lb :ll Wrestling 46B Varsity Wrestling Front Row: Jeff Shelton, Tony Srajer, John Bognanno, Robert Llanos, Darrell Wallace, Row 2: Joe Jacovo, Bob Ray, Pat Williams, Burke Whipple, Allan Kaplan, Jeff Serrano. Row 3: Mike Sweet, Jeff Mikus, Andy Frus, Paul Schlink, Brad Smith, Bucky Maynard, Mr. Jepsen. J.V. Front Row: Richard Crowley, Bruce Bass, John Waters, Dean James, Brian Wilson: Row 2: Chris Husted, John Jacovo, Scott Carson, Curt Baumgarthg Row 3: David Vanhorn, Mike Dills, Clifton Hoyer, Mike Jones, James Click, Mr. Dora. Freshman Wrestling Front Row: Chris Clark, John Knutson, Todd Aguayo, Joe Escamillog Row 2: Simon Montenegro, Mike Higgins, John Sagasta, Jim Flesher, Mark Chang, Row 3: Dave Kelly, Henry Perez, Mike McDougal, Reid Behrendt, Richard Copeland, Mr. Gilsinger. X Varsity Softball Front Row: Kristi Bialik, Missy Neighbors., Second Row: Diana Dewakuku, Tammie. Parker, Anna Bivens, Jennifer Nygard, Denise Montague, Coach Ogborne. Third' Row: Loraine Altieri, Yvonne Uptown, Yvette Nunez, Veronica Flores, Maria Frew, Jeanne Varner, Tracie Steinweg. J.V. Softball Bottom Row: Nancy Tremble, Noelle Stolzfus. Second Row: Ms. Toopozian, Noelle Chestnut, April Olson, Lorrie Marek, Danielle Andreine, Mr. Siwek. Third Row: Joanie Voss, Tiffany Addis, George- anne Soberay, Mindi Elmore, Jackie Davenport, Debbie Perkins, Danielle Price. Freshman Softball Front Row: Dana Duerr, Kirn Jensik, Con- nie McLeod. Second Row: Ms. Topoozian, Jody Bergman, Jody Davenport, Jennifer Parlett, Kristi Erford, Mr. Burke. Third Row: Robin Arroyo, Lori Bowls, Tricia Hoff- man, Christine Aaron, Angie Gilbertson. Not there: Shawna Williams, Wendy Kabel. 47B Softball Varsity BasebaH Front Row: Coach Ogborne, Kevii Barclay, Mike Sweet, Greg Perkins, Todl Shulda, Joe Demanico, Jason Furrister Row 2: Don Pruitt, Jay Meshay, Derric Station, Joe Fields, Bil Hintze, Lee Moore Tony Benicki, Bobby Saiz, Coach Geames J.V. Baseball Front Row: Mike Hintze, Trevor Lee, Mike Nunez, Pat Chorpenning. Second Row: Mr. Gurule, Bill Hughes, Frank Elliot, Rick Rama, John Kaus. fApologies from Gregg Gerberj Frosh Baseball Front Row: Mr. Wolverton, Paul King, Mike Nelson, Tim Grauer, Kevin Bachus, Alex Nelson, Kurt Luther, Mike Pastore, Scott Smith. Second Row: Brad Pilon, Rusty Parker, Randy Haarer, Brian Soldner, Jeff King, Jeff Sweet, Bear Lundquist, Daniel Wickey. Baseball 48B ks-' Qin- r K 5 . S' Xl , hifi? T if - A Varsity Women's Basketball Front Row: Thia Swift, Susan Abeler. Se- cond Row: Bonnie Bujtas, Veronica Flores, Jeanne Varner, Renee Middleton, Cherl McClymont, Kristen Kello, Cathy Murphy. J.V. Women's Basketball Front Row: Willie Munoz, Nancy Trimble, Lorrie Marek, Tiffany Addis, Katie Hannon, Wendy Olsen. Row 2: Julie Baab, April Olsen, Geogeanna Soberay, Pam Rauschelbach, Karen Thiesse, Miss Topoozian. CApologies from Gregg Gerberb Freshman Women's Basketball Front Row: Mr. Dixon, Allison Graham, Robin Arroyo, Alexia Sgrillo, Dana Duerr, Crista Waite, Davinna Artibey. Row 2: Sharilyn Motley, Kendra Oldershaw, Amy Berger, Jennifer Nygard, Dianna Heck. Tracy Sikora, Natalie Evans. 49B Women s Basketball Men's Track Front Row: Howard Hughes, Bobby Wo- jciechowski, Killy Rankin, Mike Fobar. Row 2: Jeff Shelton, Jeff Davis, Dave Cosley. Jamie Gard, Don Muchek, Randy Karg. Row 3: Dennis Marion, John Barton, Chris Clark, Jason Alexander. Row 4: Tony Christie, David Piller, Mark Piller, Chris Hernandez, Brad Little, Bryan Little, Erick Smith. Row 5: Tom Allen, Cris Boos, Kelly Shore, Luke Maze, Ron Colwell, Steve Pro- kopek, Denny Kruse, Steve Sexton. Row 6: Todd Gildow, Jeff Cutler, Scott Geyer. Robby Britton, Paul Bummer, Ken Clark. Row 7: Rob Vetter, Jim Liddell, Dan Brin- ton, Rob Llanos, Don Wilson, Shea Brock. Tom Roth, Greg Pink, John Oxw, Andy Frus. Not Pictured: Paul Eagleston, Tim Bauer. ' Women's Track Front Row.' Jessica Mills, Tricia Saville, Missy Smith, Vicki Zampino, Karen Knut- son, Michelle Palmer, Misty Bent, Jennifer Parlet, Jody Davenport. Row 2: Cindy Nordquist, Tammy Cox, Kristin Stoll, Michelle Fobar, Kathy Turpin, Chris Syckes, Jenny Tress, Jenny Preest, Shawna Williams. Row 3: Danielle Forcelli, Amy Young, Lisa Leslie, Stephanie Pearce, Kara Tolmie, Cheri Vilcek, Montella Alston, Cheryl Adams, Dawn Aldridge, Courtney Penhall. Row 4: Lori Broadi, Dawn Pickett, Angi Gilbertson, Traci Burris, Kristin Pickett, Yvette Nunez, Maria Frew, Sherry McLeod. Not Pictured: Susan Patti, Jenny Bousard. Soccer Front Row: Dan Kelnhofer, Jason Moon, Mike Caplan, Louie Percic, Paul Ratner, Pat Chorpenning, Larry Pauwels. Row 2: Keith Taylor, Wayne Jones, Kent Narveson, Mark Ireland, Jeff Lemieux, Scott Currence, Jon Jones, Stuart Ratner. Row 3: Coach Johnson, Eric Johnson, Randy Karg, Brian Barnett, Casey Curtiss, Dave Hunt, Scott Haseman, Tawn Albright, Steve Prokopek, Max Jimenez, Tony Gilbertson, Coach Harkleroad. Men's Tennis Front Row: Chris Kalkbrenner. Dan Eastwood, John Tulley, Eric Robbins, Richard Zimmer, Frank Meza, Tom Braeger, Casey Curtis. Row 2: Coach Jef- fries, Russell Brown, Tawn Albright, Jim Clarke, Craig Moore, Alberto Ottolenghi, Johnny Hovis, Tony Gilbertson. Women's Tennis Front Row: Jennifer Sandler, Lynda Staab, Kristin Murphy, Jennifer Berry, Kerry Starkins, Beth Parke, Marley Fefer, Joanie Resnick. Row 2: Suzy Tritschler, Shannon Deerr, Melissa Lynn, Tricia Hoffman, Ron- da Kalis, Cathy Metzger, Kathy Staab. 51B Tennis Vocal Ensemble Left to Right: Dianne Martin, Newton Muehleisen, Kelly Haney, Todd Krajewski, Ellen Roedel, Allen McLaughlin, Samantha Helwig, Mary Voss, David Lamberti, Tegwin Tiffany, Michelle Moore, Paul Newcomb, Patrick Orr, Alicia Kamenca, Jeff Stroschein, Lisa Patterson. Concert Choir Flrst Row: Trudy Miller, Allison Clarke, Stephanie Oster, Denise Lee, Sean Storrs, Lisa Patterson, Kelly Hoenne, Tina Ad- dison, Shereen Franklin: Second Row: Sheila Sims, Christine Long, Adam Davis, Vicki Orlando, Jennifer Overland, Tom Visinho, Michelle Oullette, Newton Muehleisen, Janine Demme, Leslie Nelson, Diana Thompson, T.J. Kuhn, Leija Garcia, Karen Thiesse, Third Row: Laura Staley, Charlie Northrup, Minna-Riitt Autio, Denice Williams, David Lamberti, Cyndi Shepard, Louanna Backman, Allen McLaughlin, Kirstin Christensen, Daren Fairweather. Choraliers Front Row: Krista lngold, Terri Shelton, Stacy Nelson, Amie Felder, Heather Barr, Pam Morris: Second Row: Jennifer Voss, Dawn Pickett, Angie Duval, Theresa Millsap, Jenniter Luse, Sholette Hunsker, Natalie Evans, Kim Willman, Leslie McAr- thur, Kristine Depierro, Patty Espinosa. Band In .uv Ian snow .rail nn. lil All I III lfln 'Tl-1 "g "U :U 'll 117. 1 ll ul n 'IW on Ill Ill nun I 'W' zofln IITITI IYEITZ , llfl Ill ID' Ill I Ill I Front Row: Allison Neel: Row 2: Kyle Clark, Curtis Strain, Eric Johnson, Stacie Amabisca, Tricia Krauss, Mike Nunez, John Knutson, Bob Wayne, Scott Babcock, Trey Fry: Row 3: Minna-Riitt Autio, Michelle Besley, Michelle Cholewa, Nicole Spence, LuAnne Ashby, Robin Horowitz, Mari Kostelaz, Susan Scott, Penny Phipps, Greg Cerise. Alfie Safa, Michelle Johnson, Jason Nesburg, Jon Hawksworth, Dana Duerr, Christie Majors, Sheri Burrieg Row 4: Susan Nelson, Tracy Grimm, Becky Green, Michelle Wheeler, Susan Moser, Matt Bajan, Patrick Henry, Hank Seibel, David Archer, Diana Heck, Kevin Bacchus, Joe Safa, David Duarte, Sean Nagy, Kevin Cracolici, Amy Burger, Tom Watson: Row 5: Darren Waddell, Dee Crosby, Scott Jamison, Darrin Permenter, Charles Enouen, Mark Smith, Chris Wise, Tracy Hanson, Geoff Nass, Ken Collins, Tracy Israel, Cindy Porfilio, Patty Christie, Bill Jamison, Mary Miranda, Derek Amrein, Ted Christie, Peter Overland, Rodger Besley: Row 6: Mike Feltner, Michelle Charlebois, Christina Newhard, Elena Miran- da, Delise Fields, Dawn Pickett, Deidra Duerr, Suzy Tritschler, Richard Akin, Tracy Sikora, Chris Lowry, Bobbie Shibbler, Michele DeMichael, Bonnie Martin, Monique Wilcox, Vikki Calderon, Jody Nichols, Don Kuhl. 53B Band M V1 POI e 4' Clubs 54B N.H.S. Row 1: Dustin Young, Tim Demmeg Row 2: Ellen Roedel, Elizabeth Morris, Trisha Olson, Gayle Thunstedt, Donna Zannoni, Karen Knutson, Mary Avenson, Randy Warner, Jake Brenneiseg Row 3: Tracy Frazzini, Mary Voss, Alyssa Chait, Lori Ses- sion, Connie Graham, Kate Bowenkamp, Holly Dendy, Alicia Kamenca, Dawn Eberhartg Row 4: Eric Perkins, Karl Toepke, Rory Toma, Allison Neel, Patty Christie, Greg Reade, Greg Cullison, Leo Rochette. N.J.R.0.T.C. Front Row: Joe Beecher, Jack Thomas, Alan Miranda, Tammy Strothkamp, Zoe Chapman, Amy Burns, Samantha Madison: Row 2: Jim Liddell, Kenny Looney, Frank Luper, Mike Geraurd, Robin Boyd, Greg Davis, Mark Beaver, Chris Thomas: Row 3: Reggie Clay, Frank Meza, Mr. Holyfield. Guitar Club Row 1: Mike Harrington, Jeff Sweet, Phil Isbell, Rick Astone, James Flink, Chuck Fenton, Row 2: Chris French, Lee Oswald, Mike Breitling, Jason Donaldson, Mike Ed- wards: Row 3: Laura Falaschetti, Mike Nelson, Al Boyd, Bill Chase, Rick Rama, Henry Perez. Ambassadors Front Row: Mary Chang, Julie Ridgway. Angie Kirk, Jennifer Sandler: Row 2: Marie Corpe, Yvonne Venetz, Alicia Jackson, Jessica Mills: Row 3: Mrs. Wilson, Gregory Reade, Felicia Pensiero, Mrs. Waldrop. VP. Committee Front Row: Gregory Reade, Key Club and Thespians: Gayle Thunstedt, German Club: Donna Zannoni, Student Body: Lori Session, Senior Class: Paul Newcomb, Masque 8: Dagger: Row 2: Michael Burch, ROTC: Alyssa Chait, Chief Spirit: Jeff Braeger, Foster Child: Felicia Pensiero, Ambassador Club. Associated Students Front Row: Gayle Thunstedt, Donna Zan- noni, Jennifer Sandler, Alicia Jackson, Gerilynn Spitz: Row 2: Maria Frew, Alberto Ottolenghi, Julie Ridgway, Emily Mabry, Jessica Mills: Row 3: Dustin Young, Jeanne Varner, Tim Demme, Felicia Pensiero. J . . gg: I: If 'Y-f, 'rr jg . i l' , 'Ig , , if. " . ., ., , I 4 25? .":- : gnu A f -I' , K, 5 fs A J, A .-5 A .fi .MQ fx. .iw .c v Q' I 8 ag! ws L 7, 1 'Q' f ' ra.: 11" za fi 1 B Sf ,,,,:: Ax '---w-..,. 'ZA asm? I Clubs XXZX Xfty 9MB A.F.S. Front Row: Dustin Young, Alyssa Chait, Julie Schweiter, Nanci Leyrer, K.C. Grim: Row 2: Doug Freeman, Lori Leyrer, Alber- to Ottolenghi, Howard Chait, Jessica Mills, Row 3: Linda Hill, Mary Klingensmith, Alicia Jackson, Felicia Pensiero, Mrs. Henderson. Key Club Front Row: Patrick Grand, Greg Reade, Karen Monaco: Row 2: Katia Vanhulle, Elizabeth Morris, Jennifer Berry, Gerilynn Spitz, Row 3: Craig Moore, Alberto Ot- tolenghi, Lori Session, Dustin Young, Tim Demme. Model U.N. Front Row: Chris LaMont, Roger Post, Julie Lamb, Alicia Jackson, Todd Kra- jewskig Row 2: Nathan Lewis, Scott Ander- son, Peter Vrijenhoek, Mitch Ledford, Stephanie Sikora. Front Row: Cindy Moore, Shelli Elmore, Shelly Medina, Second Row: Sharon Tar- dif, Gina Maione, Lauren Rapp, Tanya Pier- son, Kendra Simmons, Barbra-Jean Floyd, Judy Siggins, Kerry Frizzellp Thlrd Row: Pat Kennedy, John Keenan, Paul Bohlman, Mark Mahl, Debbie Frandson, Jon Brice, Cathy Wolfe, Kirk Kokoska, Ann-Marie Parkin, James Elliott, Mindi Aycock, Kris Davis, Steve De Carlo. HERO. Front Row: Shereen Franklin, Jennifer Emhoff, Ronda Dolinich, Second Row: Cari Cook, Mrs. Smith, Gail Ritchie, Lori Fyke, Mary Koch, Carolyn Gramza, Lupe Brittan, Maryann Melillog Third Row: Sharon McGrath, Sherri Scott, Trisha Franklin, Gary Snee, Michelle Jacobsen, Eileen Blohm, Kyle Anderson, Troy Carter. C.0.E. Front Row: Michelle Charlebois, Laila Sayegh, Teri Frickiep Row 2: Carey Ham- mon, Sherry Wierman, Stephanie Oster, Susan Roberts, Rhonda Childs, Stephanie Valentine, Terry Short, Row 3: Mrs. Miller, Mindy Neighbors, Tammy Wallace, Cindy Walker, Vicki Purcel, April Lalor, Dawn Vollmer, Bill Venturini. 4, 9 .Y., 3 'uv GT? gt.-is ,. 0 sx ASQ Y 3 5, if E i i --ss: Clubs B Tumblers Stacey Clarke, Cricket Pappas, Danielle Forcelli. 'QQ ,. ,Q J.V. Cheer Penny Phipps, Kara Tomlie, Leigh Agee, Shera Fake, Julie Orchard F2 xc VX A ff 'C' X. I - I -- 'yu r r',ii . A wig 'U' f M , ' 'X X " . - - Q '- , xx ' X The experts in Chief Spirit. Varsity Cheer Julie Eagleston, Mary Avenson, Gayle Thunstedt, Sherri Kitchen, Kristen Chorpenning, Donna Zannoni, Kelly Greenwell, Tricia Simpson. Pom Heather Caviness, Monica Hill, Lori Broadie Chris Watkins, Tracy Schweitzer. Karen Ferra, Julynn Hargens, Kristen Foerster. Stephanie Taradash, Debbie Serrano. Car- rie Lundquist. 59B .A ,..s-,....-an-1 MM g Jim 1, - .....-san-fevfvw P ,,,.,.f......f1' LVL. V 3 French Club Front Row: Kim Robillard, Angie Kirk, Beth Bowman, Tracy Caposieno, Anita Kirk, Row 2: Laura Chapman, Alicia Jackson, Allison Clarke, Medea Karr, Row 3: Matt Pennypacker, Miss Ladenburg, - Sponsor. Challenge Staff' Front Row: Chris Sobel, Sam McGuffin, Shari Kitcheng Row 2: Lawrence Schuman, Melissa Satterfield, Beth Wintermantel, Kathy Donnell, Cari Leary. German Club First Row: Karen Knutson, Gayle Thunstedt, Kathy Kozdra, Kim McArdle, Peter Overland, John Knutson, Christal Zeigler, Laura Thompson, Second Row: Kirstin Christensen, Shannon Jordan, Sheri Wigal, Denise Harnois, Angie Stroschein, Scott Smith, Dan Simmelink, Dana Duerr, Susan Scott, Third Row: Ran- dy Warner, Darryl Warner, Alberto Ot- tolenghi, Dianna Cunningham, Joann Rodopoulos, Amy Burger, Heather Con- rad, Heather Barr, Renee Moojen, David Crosby, Stacy Nelson, Ann Despain, Kate Bowenkampg Fourth Row: Jennifer Sandler, Jake Brenneise, Howard Chait, Karl Toepke, Jolynn Warren, Renee Sandler, Paul Blanro, Mrs. Brackney, Dee Crosby, Paul Eaglestong Fifth Row: Patrick Anderson, Brian Eslinger, Rodney Blum, David Hunt, Susan Cottler, Bob West, Patrick Jennings, Sheri Burrie, Laura Lee. Masque 8: Dagger Front Row: Peter Overland, Jeff Braeger, Mark Trombino, Louanna Backman, Becky Davis, Jimmy Harsha, Nancy Ridgway, Mary Avenson, Ms. McSpadden, Paul Newcomb: Row 2: Tracy Grimm, Grace Lawrenz, Lisa Wilson, Minna Auttio, Pattie Christie, Julie Wilson, Allison Clarke, Julie Ridgway, Anissa Kamenca, Laura Chapman, Christine Long, Row 3: Zoe Chapman, Michelle Krajewski, Tracy Han- son, Robin Armstrong, Jeff Keeler, Scott Anderson, Gerilynn Spitz, Al Tieman, Rebecca Herbig, Carolyn Gramza, Janine Demmeg Row 4: Chris Lamont, Bob Wayne, Matt Dougall, T.J. Kuhn, Debby Corles, Greg Reade, Emily Mabry, Felicia Pensiero, Jessica Mills, Marla Baldree. Thespians Front Row: Marla Baldree. Paul Newcomb, Greg Reade - V.P., Patty Christie - Sec., Jane McSpadden - Sponsor, Emily Mabry - Pres., Gerilynn Spitz - Treas.g Row 2: Debby Corles, Louanna Backman, Becky Davis, Jim Harsha, John Anderson, Rebecca Herbigg Row 3: Julie Ridgeway, Jeff Keeler, Al Tieman, Nancy Ridgeway, Mary Avenson, Carolyn Gramza, Ellen Roedel. Dance Club Front Row: Crystal Chesnut, Heidi Early, Lisa Peterfreund, Cynthia Breslau: Row 2: Debbie Perkins, Jacque Davenport, Kristi Bacchus, Stephanie Taradash, Julie Eagleston, Jacque Reynolds: Row 3: Laurie Brown, Shera Fake, April McDonald. Y I. Mm fi .B MLM,,,,,,.g,......, ,...,..umr..-.iv-1 ..-. ":':ff"u-u-'..,,,,, I 6 ?i J' f ,Mk if Clubs 62B Chess Club Front Row: Kevin Hall, Brian Venetz, Dave Mathis. Row 2: Mike Geraurd, Tom Martin, Mitch Ledford, Mr. Fischer. Mr. Kaye. Speech Club Front Row: Laura Collocia. Rachel Troup. Brent Feland. Row 2: Kevin Maxfield, Mrs. Regnier, sponsor: Eric Stoops. Randy Warner. Row 3: Stephanie Sikora, Alberto Ottolenghi. Portal Group Front Row: Sheela Kalangi, Tammy Rower, Katie Warren. Row 2: Robert Fisher. Jake Brenneise, Kate Bowenkamp, Erik Perkins, Diana Thompson, Carmen Grieger, Connie Graham, Mr. Forsman. 'F 1,5 Q" 5 -S we I ' ' I' ,av Ur WV' an- 4 Pubhcahons Front Row: Scott Rex, Kathy Donnell, Beth Wintermantel, Shari Kitchen, Melissa Satterfieldg Row 2: Anne Marie lozzo, Cin- dy Santa Cruz, Lorrie Marek, Tim Bauer, Michelle Margolies, Tess Franklin, Denise Miller, Row 3: Freddy Khoshnou, David Crosby, Sam McGuffin, Chris Sobel, Janet Regan. ChmfSmHt Front Row: Kara Tolmie, Apirl McDonald: Second Row: Jodene Feland, Elizabeth Morris, Lori Broadie, Debbie Serrano, Monica Hill, Heather Caviness, Debbie Perkins, Rachele Gregoryg Third Row: Cine dy Kuzelka, Christine Perez, Julie Eagleston, Kelly Greenwell, Alyssa Chait, Carrie Lundquist, Kim Oberhansli, Fourth Row: Paul Newcomb, Jennie Jackson, Julynn Hargens, Julie Schweitzer, Karen Ferra, Tracy Schweitzer, Angie Kirk, Anita Kirk, Ann Marie lozzog Fifth Row: Gayle Thunstedt, Shari Kitchen, Donna Zannoni, Penny Phipps, Shera Fake, Stephanie Taradash, Leigh Agee, Melissa Satterfield, Jennifer Sandler, Alicia Jackson, Julie Ridgway, Stacy Clark, Sixth Row: Laura Falaschetti, Joy Dunkelbarger, Marie Cor- pe, Jeff Braeger, Tim Demme, Randall Warner, Alberto Ottolenghi, Mary Aven- son, Dustin Young. SkHlub Front Row: Mr. Sue - Sponsor, Cindy Breslow, Tiffany Addis, Kristine Corson, Kathy Metzger, T.J. Kuhn, Steve Schmidt, Mike Pena, Row 2: Robin Park, Troy Hill- President, Jennifer Bousard, Davinna Ar- tibey, Wendy Emerson, Heather Resnik, Jackie Slavin, Renee Sandler, Marley Feferg Row 3: Mrs. Butout - Co sponsor, John Knutson, Todd Aguayo, Jenny Priest, Elizabeth Simchek, Denise Hernandez, Rachel Gregory, Kerri Starkins, Mindy Morrison, Jill Leatherwood, Allison Graham, Row 4: Joe Kozak, Dane Brown, Shari Mitchell, Robin Terry, Tracy Capo- sieno, Jamie Pardy, Debbie Ackerman, Karen Knutson, Beth Wintermantle, Dian- na Cunningham, Mike Edwards, Albert Boydg Row 5: Chris Zerlaut, Todd Skoro, Russell Brown, Adam Arias, Steve Sexton, Collin Baird, Rick Kostewa, Jim Harsha, Becky Davis, Debbie Corlesg Top Row: Ken Northroup, Tim Demme, Brian Hollabaugh, Chrissy Branham, Tawn Albright, Scott Rafidi, Jeff Braeger, Jim Ferroni, Tom Braeger, Audrey Genrich, Katie Orf. 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MVP 3. 4: Boys Basketball Stats 2, 3, 4: TRA 2. 3: "My high school years have been great at Thunderbird. especially my senior year! The Badminton team, Basketball team brought great times, times l'll never forget. My special friends are great! xoxo Susan ADAMS, VICKI "Graduation is the 'famous final scene' at which point we all 'turn the page.' Just memories in the mind and friends of time 'rock and roll never forgets' Best of luck!!! ADDISON. TINA Swimming 1: Band 2, 3: Choir 3, 4: "Kelly Hoenhe. You are my very best friend Bi always will be. l'll miss you when I move to Illinois. Best friends forever, Tina Addison." AIELLO, ANTHONY Football I. Vars. 4: Vars. Track 3. 4. AKIN, RICHARD. ALDRIDGE, Dawn Track 1, Vars. 2. 3. 4: Vars. Cross-Country 2. 3: Spanish Club 2. 3. 4: U of A President's award of excellence 3: NHS 3. 4: Senior Class Treas. 4. ALLEN, TROY. ALLISON, ARTHUR. ALTIERI, LORRAINE Ski Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Basket- ball 1. JV 2: Vars. Badminton 1, 2, Sth in Division, went to Slate 4: Softball 1. Vars. 4: Cheer JV 2, Vars. 3: Dance Club Activities Director 4: "Goodbye Thunderbird it's been real. Gooch Gooch Lorums ASU here we come! Baa Haa Mrear badminton rules. l'II always love young boys Suz! I love you Kristi and Lori! I love you too. Mark." AMES. SUZANNE. Track 1. 2: Band 1, 2, 3: S eech 3, 4: SADD 2. 3. ANDERSON, JOHN. ANDERSON. JOSEPH. ANDERSON, KYLE. ANTHONISE, TIM. ARANYOS, REBECCA. ATTEWELL, BILL. AUSTIN, BUFFI. AUTIO, MINNA-RIITTA Band 4: Mas- que 8i Dagger 4: Choir 4: "I will always remember my ear at Thunderbird High School and I will miss you in Einland. Thanks for making this gear such a great experience! Rakkaudella-Minnis."AVEN ON, MARY. AYCOCK, HEATHER. AYCOCK, MINDI Marching Band I, 2. 3: DECA Committee Chairman 4: "it's about time!" BALDREE, MARLA Masque and Dagger 1, 2, 3. 4: Writers Guild 2, VP 3, Pres. 4: National Thespians Society 3, 4: Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4. BARCLAY, KEVIN Golf 4: Baseball 4. BARNETT, BRIAN German Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Math Club 1: Soccer Team 3, 4: AFS 3, 4: NHS 4: "I think that Thunderbird High School is the best school around. The at- mosphere here is great. The only problem THS has is that the methods here are monotonous." BARNETT, JEFFREY. BARTON, JOHN Latin Club 1: Cross-Country 4: Track 4. BEESLEY, ENSIGN "America is full of financial oppor- tunities, 'find them."'BENlCKl, TONY Football 1, 3. 4, capt. 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4: "I would like to say thanks to all my friends for making it an enjoyable and 'rememberable' four years. And thanks, Mrs. DeLucia, for all you have done for me." BENNETT, BRIAN. BIALIK, KELLY TRA 1. 2: Softball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 2. 3, co-capt. 4. BIALIK, KRISTIE TRA 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 2: Softball 1, 2, 3. capt. 4. BLODGETT, SCOTT. BLOHM, EILEEN Track 1: TRA 1, 2, 4: Volleyball 3: HERO 4: "It was really nice going to this school. I had a lot of nice times with all my friends. Good luck to all of you that are graduating in '86.' Have a great year." BLUT- TER, TODD. BOHLMAN, PAUL Basketball 1: Football 1, 2. BONDI, JOHN tMichaeI Jackson! Spanish Club 4: " 'Y'aIl be cool' 'Michael Jackson rules'." BONE, MICHAEL Football 1: Ski Club 2, 3: "If in doubt bail out!" BOWENKAMP. KATHRYN Art Club Sec. 2: Honor Roll 2, 3: Writer's Guild Sec. 3. Treas. 4: German Club 3, 4: NHS 3. 4: Portal Research Group 4: "Thanks to all my friends fLamppost, Pum, Scuppy. and Conniej who helped me adjust to life here. Thanks to the super teachers. too!! Now, I'm off to doctor schooI!!" BOWES, TEDDY Football 1: Math Student of the Month 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: "If you died today where would you go? Look to the future with a goal in mind, but don't put off to tomorrow what you should do to- day. God bless you all. Ted. P.S. I Love SheI!!" BOYD, PAUL. BRACCO, STEVE Golf 2: "Sanger skiers - Ski radical, 8. Ski JOBE!!!" BRENNAN, THOMAS. BRICE, JON. BRINTON, DANNY. BRITTAN, KELLEY Choir JV 1, Vars. 2, 3. 4, Pres, 4: HERO VP 4, State Pubic Relations Officer 4: "Like they say . . . today is the beginning ofyour tomorrow. Good luck and God bless to everyone." BRI TON, ROBBY. BROCK, SHEA. BROOKS, SARA "My Fair Lady" 1: Spanish Club 1:,Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: "Deanna, Jennifer. Katia. and Beth. This year and the times in it have been great. You are good friends and you are there when I need you. Thanks. Love, Sara." BROWN, GINA. BROWN, JULIA German Club 1, 2: Thought Inc. 2: Writer's Guild 2, 4, Sec. 3: "Danke Schon Herr B. du bist sehr freundlich. Du hast mir viel geholfen. Duchy. I value your friendship very much. Snail - enjoy med. school." BROWN, MIKE. BROWN, RICHARD. BRUMFIELD, BRIAN German Club 1: War Gaming Club 2, Sec. 3, 4: Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4. BUKOWIECKI, LORI. BULLOCK, JONATHAN German Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Wargaming Assn. 1. 2. 3, 4, Pres.. VP, Sec.. Treas.: Latin Club 3: NHS 3, 4: National Merit Semi-Finalist 4: "High school isn't the greatest thing around, but it beats prison. See ya 'round Forz. and, Mrs. Obye, thanks for putting up with TWA for four years." BUMMER, PAUL Track 1, 2. 3, 4: Vars. Cross-Country 2, 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 4. BURKHARD, CHERYL Badminton 2, 3: "We finally made it: Thanks for the memories: especially to Kris, Kel, Laurie, and Nina. Good luck - you guys are great. Love, Cheryl" BURKHARD, THOMAS. CABLE, JOSEPH. CALDERON. MICHELLE. CALVO, TODD At Thunderbird you're always waiting for the weekends. Now that l'm a senior and about to graduate. I plan to live the rest of my life as one big weekend. Let's party and live life to its fullest." CAMPBELL, JENNIFER Track 1: Spanish Club 2: Yearbook 2, 3: Tennis 3, 4. CAMPBELL, REGINA. CARLSON, MATT Track 1: Football JV 2. Vars. 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: "It's been great these last four years. I hope to see some of the class of '85 in the future. We'll have a great reunion!" CAR- ROLL, JAYA Flag Corps 1, Capt. 2: Marching Band 1, 2, Squad Ldr.: TRA 1, 2, 3: Drama I. 2. 3. 4: Student Council Senator 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: NHS 3, VP 4: Badminton 4. CARTER, JOHN UOEJ Football 1. 4: Baseball 2, 3: Basket- ball 2, 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 3. 4: Track 4. CARTER TROY. CARVER, CHRIS. CASTALDI, NINA Hunter Jumper Show- ing 1, 3, 4. 2nd in State 2: Writer's Guild 3: Yearbook 4: Chief's Spirit 4: "Thanks to all my friends who were there for me. Good luck in everything you do." CECICH, JOEL Basketball 1: Basketball 2. CEDERHOLM. KRIS Spanish Club 2, 3: TRA 2. 3: Chief's Spirit 3: Badmin- ton 3. 4: "As a freshman you can't wait until your senior year. but as a senior you aren't ready to leave. High School is great. Enjoy it while you can." CERMAK, CONN E Softball 1: TRA 1. 2, Hist. 3: War Party Treas. 1: Ski Club 1, 2: Volleyball 2: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "Thanks for all of the crazy times, thanks for being there when I needed you, and thanks most for being the best friends I could ever possibly have! I love-you all very much. Connie." CHAIT, ALYSSA French Club 1. 2: TRA 1, 2. 3: Pom 2. 3: Chief's Spirit 3, VP 4: NHS 3. 4: Yearbook 4: AFS 4: "YO Julie. I love you babe. Monika, I love you too. Three musketeers rule!! Groovus! Hey Julynn and Kalen . . . Awesome Foursome Forever! Thanks Robin. Jennie, 8. Lori for being so special. Trogn - Lou always lovesTyou. l'll miss you all. Reese." CHA G, HAZEL. CHAPMAN, ED Football 1: "Thls school year was good. nice peogle, 'good teachers. lt's been interesting!" CHARLEB IS, ICHELLE Math Student of the Month 1: Flag Corps 4. Outstanding 2, Capt. 3. CHASE, SCOTT. CHAVEZ, ABEL. CHERNOV. SARAH. CHILDS, RONDA. CHRISTIE. PATRICIA Band 1. Sec. 2. VP 3, Pres. 4: Superior in Solo Ensemble 1. 2. 3. 4, Outstanding Band Stu- dent 2. 3. Louis Armstrong Jazz Award 3: Thespians 2. 3. Sec. 4: NHS 3. 4: Rotarian of the Month 4: Glendale's Jr. Miss 1985 4. CHURCHILL, MICHAEL. CIARDULLO, MICHAEL. CLARK, LYNDA NHS 3. 4: French Club 3.4: Kay Club 3. 4. CLARKE. CHARLES. CLAY, REGINALD. COATNE . SHANNON Band-Baton Twirler 1. 2: Drama 2: Swimming 3: Chief's Spirit 33 Spanish Club 3: "To all my friends -thanks for all the fun. And thanks for the help. Hey Heather -think fun in the sun, we made it!" COLE, KELLY Choir JV Letter 2: Key Club 3. 4. COLE, T. WAYNE "We FINALLY made it!! Or did we?! Suzy. I will ALWAYS bethere when you need me. and I love you with ALL of my heart!!" COLLINS, HOL- LY German Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2. 3: Language Stu- dent of the Month 3. COLLINS, TRACY Honor Roll 3: Chief's Spirit 4: "I will always remember my four years at Thunderbird. because of memories. teachers, friendships and the time spent there. Kees the spirit alive! - Tracy Col- lins." CDNLIN, BRIAN. CON OLLY, AMY. COOK, CARRIE. COPELAND, TRACY. CORDER. KELLY Wrestling 2. 3. 4. Outstanding JV Wrestler 3: 2nd in District Computer Contest 3. COSLEY, DAVID Track 3, 4: Cross-Country 4. COUDRIET, LISA "Good luck to all the seniors. and take care!" COV- INGTON, DAVID. CRISTION. DUANE. CRDUCH. KENNETH. CROWLEY, COLLEEN. CUNNINGHAM, DIANNA. CUTLER, JEFF Football 2. 3. 4: Track 2. 3. 4: "lt's been a great four years, l've learned a lot not just in school but in life. A special brawk! to my friends and to a special girl to me." DAVIS, KRISTINE. DEAN. JENNIFER. DECARLO, STEVE Football 1. 2: Track JV 1, Vars. 2, 3, 4: Guitar Club 3: DECA 4: "Well, it was real and it was cool, but it wasn't real cool. Actually, it was a blast! Take care everyone and keep in touch." DEMICHAEL, MICHELE. DEMME, TIM Cross- Country l, 2, 3, MVP Capt. 4: Track 1. 2. 4. MVP 3: NHS 3.4: Student Council Teas. 4: National Merit Semi-Finalist 4: "The whole purpose of life is not what you do but who you are and who you spend your time with." DENDY, HOLLY Writer's Guild 1. 2, 3, Pres. 4: Gymnastics I, 2, 3: "It's been a good four years but l'lI be glad to get out and move on to bigger and better things." DIRKS, CLARISSA. DOLINICH, RONDA. DOMINGUEZ, NORMAN. DORE, TROY. DUARTE, DAVID Cross-Country 1: Louis Armstrong Award 3: First Chiar ASU Honor Band 4: I. 2. 3. VP 4: Jazz Band 1, 2. 3.4. DUGGAN, JAMES. DUKES, SCOTT. DYKES, GEORGETTE. EAGLESTON, JULIE Student Council 1, 2: Ski Club 2: Key Club 2: Dance Club 4: Cheer Capt. 2. Vars. 3, 4: Chief Spirit Comm. Chairman 3. 4: Track 1: TRA 1. 2. 3: Masque and Dagger 1: "WE have had a fun four years together and we have the most outstanding class that T-Bird has ever had. I m going to miss everyone!" EBER, TAMARA. ECCLESTON, DEBRA. McGUFFIN, SAMMY. ELLIOT, JIM. ELMORE, MICHELE. EMERSON, JEFF Football I. 2. 3, 4: Chief Spirit 3. 4: "The past four years at Thunderbird have been a real party and I am proud to say I am part of the graduating class of 1985." EMHOFF, JENNIFER Masque and Dagger 1. 3:TRA 1: HERO 4: Mod. Dance Club 4: Spanish Club 2: Chief Spirit 3: "School doesn't last forever but friends do! That's what I learned during my four years here. l'd like to make a special thanks to Deanna. Sara, and Ann Marie. ENOCHS, DAVID. ESLINGER, BRIAN Masque and Dagger 1,2 2, 3: Thespians 2, 3: JV Baseball 2: Golf Team 3, 4: Ski Club 3: German Club 3. 4: Spring Play 1. FANSLER, RENEE Volleyball 1: French Society 1, VP 2. Pres. 3, 4: Science Club 1, Pres. 2, 3. 4: NHS 3, 4. FEIN, LAURA Base Bunnies 2. 3. 4: Chief Spirit 3, 4: TRA 2, 3: Publications Club 2: "I would like to thank my very best friend Carol Halsema for making these past 3 years the best. You are the best. You are very special to me and you will be forever." FELAND, BRENT Football 1, 4: Track 1, Var. 2, 3. 4: Wrestling 3, German Club 1, 2, 3: Chief Spirit 2: "To all of the years-to-come seniors: Do your homework. go skiing, and remember never to talk to your mother." FELAND, JODENE German Club 1. 2, Sec. 3: FBLA 3: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: Science Club: "Hey, Mrs. Pappas! You'll never have another better business class than first sem. 1984-S5 year, but have fun trying." FELTNER, MICHAEL. FENTON, CHARLES. FERRA, KAREN Band 1, 2: NHS 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Pom 3, 4: Chief Spirit 3, 4: "My four years at Thunderbird have been the best. Thanks for all the good times and the precious memories that go along, Awesome foursome forever. I love you pommies." FIELDS, JOSEPH Basketball Capt. 1, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 3. 4, FISHER, ROBERT. FLOOD, CAROL. FLOYD, BARBRA-JEAN. FORCELLI, DANIELLE Tumblers 3. 4: Div- ing 4: Ski Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Chief Spirit 3, 4: Track 4: "To all my friends. especially 'the scene' l'll never forget ya. You all take care and keep in touch and never forget the crazy times we had at T-Bird. This has been the best year ever! I love ya Jeff. Catch a later Mon. Love a, The limo- scene rules!" FOSTER, DAVID. FRANCO, CHRISTOPHER. FRANDSEN, DEBORAH. FRANKLIN, SHEREEN. FRANKLIN, TRISHA. FREEMAN, DOUGLAS Soccer 1: Chief's Spirit 4: AFS 4. FREW, MARIA Ski Club 1, 2: TRA 1, Council 2, 3: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3. 4: Track 1, 2, 3. 4: NHS 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3, Football Manager 4: Senior Class Senator 4: "Thanks for the memories. Good luck to all. Be happy always. Class of '85 rules forever! Bye Bye Love Ya." FRICKE, TERI, FRIEDL, ED. FRIZZELL, KERRI TRA 1: DECA 4: "When I was a freshman I thought I would never graduate. Now I am a Senior and it is great." FRUS, ANDY Wrestling 1. 2, 3, 4: Track 1. 2. 3, 4: SwimmingfDiving 2, 3, 4: "Bye Bye." FRYE, JAY. FYKE, LAURIE TRA 1: Mat Minders 2: Chief's Spirit 2, 3, 4: HERO 4. GARMAN, BRET. GEORGE, ANDREW. GEORGE, DEBORAH. GERBER, GREGG Yearbook 3, Editor 4: "I hope everyone makes it in Iife!" GEYER, SCOTT Football 1. 2, 3. Capt. 4: Track 1, 2, 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 4. GILDOW, TODD. GIPSON, JIM Football JV 2, Vars. 3. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: "To all my friends and teachers that have treated me well! I wish all them the best of luck. I will never for et ouI" GIRAN PATRICK. GRAF, MARK. GRAHAM, CENSTANCE Cros Country Vars. I, 2, 3, 4: Track JV 2. Vars. 1, 3: NHS 3, "Kates - O.K.! You're CHIEF! Holay-tick! tick! tick! Steph Hi Sweetie! Julie - NAU! D.P. - ake Care. . ,To all: Lan Sakes! Kee? in touch!!! Love. C Grams. GRAMZ CAROLYN rench Club 1, 2. 3: AFS 2.3: Masque Sl Dagge 2. 3, 4: Student of the Month - Social Studies 3: Key Club 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Thank You to everyone who has mad my time at Thunderbird enjoyable. I will always remembe the teachers and friends who encouraged me to reach fo my goal." GRAUER, JEFF "l enjoy life in the BIG CITY and hope you have too. lf school wasn't so hard it would be eas We used to be able to get away with anything now all I do i get BUSTED! Your Friend and Mine Jeff 'MADMAN' or ALFI Grauer." GRAY, JULIE Ambassador's Club: NHS 3. 4: "l hasn't been that bad. but l'm happy to be leaving. Hav some fun while you're at Thunderbird. it's your last chanc - don't let it pass you ug. GOOD LUCK!" GREEN, AM GREENWALT, MARK. G EENWELL, KELLY. GRIEGE CARMEN. GRIM, KENNETH fK.C.j German Club l. 2. Student Council Sen. I, 2, 3: Masque 8. Dagger I. 2. 4: The plans I. 2, 3. 4: AFS 2. Treas. 3, DASP 4: Yearbook "Believe me. I will never forget the last 764 school days. o our friendships. Both have been great. Life is too short so en jog all of it." GRISKOWI Z, ANTHONY. GROFF D RENE Speech Club 4. HALSEMA, CAROL. HAMMON, CAREY Spanish Club 1, 2, TRA 1. 2: Dance Club 2: COE Pres. 4: "These have been th best years of my life. They have gone by so fast. Thank go for being a part of my learning exgeriencesf' HAMM N CYNTHIA. HANNON, AMY. HARAB R, CHRIS. HARBEC DERRICK. HARGENS, JULYNN TRA 1. 2, 3: Key Club Pom 2. 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 3, Rec. Sec. 4: NHS 3, 4: J Homecoming Attendant 3: "lt's been a great 4 years! To th pommies - hang in there - l'll always love you all. Aryss - Awesome Foursome Forever! Class of '85 is the best Love. JuLynn." HARKE, PAUL. HARPET, SHANE. HARRIS PETE Baseball 1: Cross-Country 1: Baseball JV 2: Footba 3: "We could be the last in line, Bub, Tony, Scott are th rowdiest tribe. get together and jam - it's Cal - Samm take care of the Z-Tear it up," HAUGLAND, DAN Wrestlin 1, 2: NHS 3, 4. HAWTHORNE, GREGORY Latin Club 1, 2 German Club 2, 3, 4. HAYTON, ROBERT Track JV 1. Vars 2, 3. 4: Cross-Country JV 1. Vars. 2. 3, 4. HEDSTROM CHRISTIE. HEGEHOLZ, STEVEN Masque 81 Dagger 4 NJROTC 3. 4: "l, Steven Hegeholz. being of sound mind an body will my ability to get into trouble to Mike Reilly and t Vicki Orlando my ability to bug Mrs. 'Budro'." HELWI SAMANTHA French Society I, 2: Ambassadors 1, 2 Musicals 1, 2: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: TRA 1, 2, 3: Chief's Spirit 4 Key Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council Rep 2, Sec. 3, VP 3: "It' been real, it's been fun. but it hasn't been real fun." HENRY SHAWN. HENSLEY, NIKKI. HIGDON, TERRI Cross-Countr 1: Track 1, 2: Spanish Club 1. Sec. 2. Chief's Spirit 3 "Thanks to all my good friends for a funtastic four years Stevie bestest 'buds' live on . . . infinitely! Jay. how is TLC Goodwill? California here I come! Love ya' all! Tigger." HIL LINDA. HILL, MONICA Pom 2. 3, Sec. 4: Ski Club 2. 3, 4 Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "To the 'scene,' remember all our 'good and wild memories, l'll always love you. Monica," HILL TROY Football 1: JV 2: Vars. 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 4: Ski Clu Pres. 4. 153: "Thank You Thunderbird Staff. students an friends for the five funnest years of my life, Love Tro 'mellow' Hill. Poser. LouLou. and Waizy Let's go see the Zan Guys at the Purple Turtle. HOEHNE, KELLY. HOROWITZ WARREN. HUNT, STEPHEN Guitar Club 1, 3, 4: "This is th first year l've attended this school and it was the mos educational and exciting year. l'm glad I decided to atten this school. HUTCHENS, ROBERT. IMMORDINO, MARYANN JACKSON, JENNIE Volleyball 1, JV 2, 3, Vars. 4: Studen Council 1, 2: TRA 1. Track Manager 2, Pub. Manager 3: Soft ball 1, 2: Masque Gt Dagger 1. 2: Ski Club 1: War Party 1 Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "AIiza Shot- See ya at the beach! I'Il ge us a toaster. baby. Dear friends. tT'A'M'SJ. Be careful a school - l'll miss you all. Love, Jennie YlNG." JACOBSEN MICHELLE "Special thanks to Peggy Robertson for all th little things she has done for me, and the special friend she'l always be. Love ya Best Buds forever." JACOVO JOE Wrestling 1. 2, 3, 4: "Thanx to the teachers. Don' strike - it's not worth it, Set goals high. enjoy hgh scho while you can. Live fast, die young!" J HNSON RICKY Football 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2. 3: Baseball 1. 2, 3 "See you in five years Lori and JuLynn. Good Luck, aim high and hey, Let's be careful out there." JONES. CHANDRA JONES, MICHELLE Choir 1, Concert 2. 3: Key Club 3. KALCICH, CHARLES. KALCICH, SUZY Basketball 1. JV 2 KAMENCA, ALICIA Math Club Sec. 1. 2: Choir 2, 4: V Soph. Class 2: Foreign Exchange Student 3: NHS 4, KA MICHELLE. KAUS, PAT. KEELER, JEFF. KEENAN JOHN Baseball 1: Football 1: DECA 4: "Now that the part is over, it's off into the real worId." KELLY, CHRISSY Fla Corps 1. 2, Capt. Outstanding 3: Vars. Swimming 3, Wranglers All Star Band 2: Miss Photogenic in Miss TEE Pageant: "To my special friends who helped me laugh an smile my way through school, Mary, Lauren. and Paul - love you. What would I do without you . . . be bored!" KELL MICHAEL. KENNEDY, PAT. KETNER, DAWN TRA I, 2 Spanish Club 2, 3: Boys' Basketball Stats 2, 3, 4: Chief' Spirit 3, 4: Badminton 2, 3. Sec. 4: "Thunderbird has give me the best 4 years of high school life anyone could eve ask for. I wish the Senior class all the luck in the future Bomber Squad 4-ever!" KHUBCHANDANI, ZUBIN Scienc Student of the Month 1: Top 1004 - State Math Contest 1 2. 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2. 3.4: Perfect Attendance lst sem. 3. KING, DAVID JV Tennis 3: "To all the gang wh have survived the years - it's over, now we say hello to th real world. Goodbye and good luck - we'II all need it." "Kit chen, Shari." KLINGENSMITH, MARY Volleyball 1: Masqu 8- Dagger 2: AFS 2, Hist. 3, Pres. 4: Close-Up Pres. 3: Mat Club 3: "A word from the wise: Never work for fast foo unless you plan on remaining a bum the rest of your life.' KNUTSON, KAREN Student Council 1: Cross-Country 1. 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: TRA 2, 3: German Club 2, 3: NHS 3.4: "Tim sure flies! lt's been a GREAT 4 years. Now it's time to mov on and go our separate ways. Thanks for the memories John - Have a blast!!!" KOCH, MARY TRA 1: Spanish Clu 1, 2: Chief's Spirit 3: HERO 4: "Sharon, I'm glad I had thes four years of my life to become your friend. You're a grea person. Good luck always. Friends always, Mary." KOKOSKA IRK Golf 2, 3, 4, Most Improved 1: Baseball 1, 2: DECA rezgv 4. KRAJEWSKI, TODD. KUHL, HEATHER. KUZELKA, IN . LOR, APRIL. LANDEROS, JIM. LANE, DAVID. LAROWE, IMBERLY. LAUBENSTEIN, MARK French Club 1: DECA fficer Reporter 4: "Thunderbird holds many memories for I of us. From freshman chaos to senior spirit. We will all member the good times and friends we have met in high hoof. Good luck T-Bird." LEACH, GEORGE Key Club 1, 2, Hist. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Yearbook Photographer 3, 4: "I ve only attended Thunderbird for 2 years, I regret not hav- g spent all 4 years at such a great school," LE FORD, MIT- H Tri W 1: Chess 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4: Nodel U.N. 3, Pres. 4: oodbye." LEE, LORREINE Publish Poem 1: Student ouncil Justice 3: "lt's always hard to say goodbye to my lends: The rednecks of Mr. D 81 teachers who loved to ride e. l've had some great times here. Rednecks keep the bel flag flying! 'TAZ'." LEMBERG, HOWARD. LEMIEUX, JEF- EY Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Vars. Football 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: chool was great, but life is greater, so to you Thunderbird I y later! To all my friends, thanks for the good times pecially you, Danielle, for the best 2 years of my life. Adios Bird. Love ya, Pepe." LEWIS, TONY. LEYRER, NANCI. LID- EL, JIMMY. LLANOS, ROBERT.LONG, KEVIN Football 1, 4, MVP 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: Baseball 1, 2, 4, MVP LUCAS, EDDIE Pop Warner Football 2: "Mr, Fachet: anks for putting up with me for the past 2 years." LUND- UIST, CARRIE TRA 1, 2, 3: Pom 2, 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3, ist. 4: NCA Celebrity 3.4: "Tc the scene: These years have en great! They just wouldn't be the same without crazy, t good friends like you! Pommies, I Luv U all!! 'OFF THE ALL' xoxo Carrie." ACKRAIN, CAROL. MAGRAS, DAVID. MAHL, MARK DECA : "B e B e." MAIONE, GINA. MALMGREN, KEVIN. ARCEILL, IXIKE "You're goin' down a 4-lane highway in ur canoe and all 4 wheels fall off. How many pancakes es it take to fix your sister's do1g house? True or False?" ARION, DENNIS Football 1.2: rack 1. 2, 3. 4: Ski Club 3. ARTIN, DIANA Softball 1: Choir 2, 3, 4, Choir Awards 2, : "To those who have given part of their lives to Thunder- rd High School, here is a special thanks to those who made Bird some of the best years of growing up." MARTIN, M D810 Club 2: Vars. Chess I, 2, 3, 4. MASON, ROBERT. AXFIELD, KEVIN. MAYNARD, BUCKY. McCLYMONT. HERYL Softball 1, 2, 3, Honorable Mention: Basketball 1. ars. 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention Skyline Division, 2nd Team League, Defensive Player of the Year: "Later days, T-Bird! hanks Mom and Dad - Love ya bunches!! hank you aches. teachers, and friends - l'll miss you!" CDONALD, TAMARA TRA 1, 2, 3: Swim Team 2: Softball : Chief's Spirit 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: "Friends are tlje eatest, l'll love you forever, get a job Michael, It s che,Shone is great. Too much fun. I'm LDS. Look out orld, later days I'm gone, '85'." McDOWELL, JOHN Portal ip 4, McGILL, ROCHELLE Speech Club 1: TRA 1, Sec. 2.3: usiness Student of the Month 3: Chief's Spirit 3: Honor Roll 3 DECA 3, 4: "Thanks to all of my friends and teachers for aking my 4 years at Thunderbird the best, I wish all of my hoolmates great success in the gears to come. CHA-CHA. ' CGOWAN, DANIEL. McGRATH, HARON Spanish Club 1. : TRA 1, 2: Science Club I, 2, 3: Chief's Spirit 3: HERO 4: l've met a lot of people who are teachers and friends. lot of these people are very special to me. I was lucky to ave met each one of these 8eople." MCNUTT, JOAN. EDINA, MICHELLE. MELILL , MARYANN. MESHAY, AMES Baseball I, 2: Ski Club 1, 2. 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: olf 1. 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: NHS 4: "ln the future, look ack at Thunderbird and remember what dedication we all ut in. Enjoy it, life gets harder, also hard work brings on bet- r rewards." MIDDLETON, RENEE TRA 1, 2: Softball 1. 2, : Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish lub 4. MILAM, KARLYN. MINER, MICHAEL. MINKO, URT Wrestling 1: Football Outstanding Offensive Lineman . JV Outstanding Defensive Lineman, Vars. 3, Capt. 4: "l, urt Minko, being of sound mind and body, hereby leave my harm and hitting ability to Paul Schlink and Brian Webb. ' IRANDA, MAR Band 1, Regional Band 2, 3, All State and 2, 3. Louis Armstrong Award 3: ASU Honor Band 3, 43 ec. 4: Chief's Spirit 4. MONKMAN, DAVID Computer Club :Tennis 1: Golf 1.4: Spanish Club 2: Diving 2: Science Club P 3, Treas. 4: NHS 4: "FINALLY MOOJEN, JOHN. OORE, CINDY French Club 1: DECA 4: "These past 4 ears have gone by fast. I'm glad I'm out of school but l'll eall miss all my friends. l-lang in there and take it easy." OORE, LEE Latin Club 1: Ski Club 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: aseball 2, 3, 4, Mgr, 1. MORGAN, TRAVIS Soccer 2: Since '84 is dead and gone. '85 is partying on. When '85 is ead and gone '86 will keep it strong.' MORSE, JEFF. ULLINS, LORI Chief's Spirit 3: Ski Club 4: "To my little lt- y, I will always love you. To my Lorregano baby goochness. ou're my bestest friend in the whole world, ASU lookout! Hi anky! Loves to you. Me." MURPHY, CATHY Softball 1, 2, : Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2: NHS 3, 4: Spanish Club :"Hey, it's been fun! Good luck in the real world Bi the best f success with your new lives. Remember, be yinurself ecause it's your only way of being unique," YERS, EFF Basketball 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: "To all my friends: ake care and remember all the good times we have had. T- ird football rules 1985." EEL, ALLISON State Flute Competition Winner 1: Band 1, .3. Drum Major 4, Regionals 1, 2, 3, State 2, 3, ASU Honor and 2, 3: NHS 3. 4: "It seems as though I snapped my ngers the first day of my freshman year and here I am stening to the ring. Scattered in my memory lie special iends and events, but for some reason. I vividly remember ach and every one of my teachers," NEIGHBORS, ELISSA Softball 1, 2. 3, 4: French Society 1, 2. 3: Student ouncil Treas. 1: Track 2, 3, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4: "There is othing anyone can say. It is over. May you never have to ooky or go to the fair alone, Love and God Bless. xoxo." EIGHBORS, MINDY Softball 1: Student Council Pres. 1: rench Club 1, 2: Cross-Country 2: COE 4: Chief Spirit 4: The hassles are finally over. Thanks so much to all those ho made these years glide by in laughter and goodtimes, ay God be with you throughout your lives aIways." ELSON, GRACE. NELSON, PAUL. NELSON, TINA. EWCOMB, PAUL. NICHOLSON. SCOTT Ski Club 1, 2, 3: olf Team MVP 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Football 3, JV Football 2. ORTHROUP, KEN Football 1: Varsity Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: ki Club 4: Track 3: "fCoachl Franovich: this is for all the lling and laps you made me swim, Let's race someday, on't call me, l'll call you, Love, your til Backstroker." BERHANSLI, KIM Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, , 3, 4: Spirit Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Student Council 1, : Softball 2, 3: Basketball I: Badminton 2, 3, Captain 4. 'CONNER, MICHAEL. ORTIZ, CECILIA. ORTIZ, CELIA. OSTER, STEPHANIE Choir 1: Mat Minders 1, 2: Choir Leadership Award 2, Choir Sparkplug Award 3, Choir 4: COE 4: "I am glad I am out! To this school I leave my punky brothers and sister. You can have them. Good Luck!" OR- CHARD, DAVID Football 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Spirit Club 3, 4. OSTER, WARREN OTTOLENGHI, ALBERTO Chief Spirit 4: Ski Club 4: AFS 4: "Thanks for teaching me to play new games! Venitemi A Trouare in Italia! Ciao! PARK, ROBIN Spanish Club 1: Ski Club 1, 4: Sec. TRA 1, 2. 3: Chief's Spirit 4, Principal's List 3: "To tigger - Toto, l don't think we're in Kansas anymore -- Love Pooh. PARKIN, ANN-MARIE. PEARCE, MICHAEL. PEARY, BOB. PENHALL, SUSAN. PENTON, ROGER Ambassador Club 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3: Masque and Dagger 2, 3, 4: "Camelot" 3: "Wizard of OZ" 2. PERKINS, ERIK Rotarian of the Month 3: Baush and Lomb Science Award 3: AHA Heart Seminars 3: Science Stu- dent of the Month 3: Portal 4: Model UN 4: NHS 4: "lf it doesn't float, it's deadwood: L,A.B," PERKINS, GREG Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Chief Spirit 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4. PIERSON, TANYA TRA 1: War Party 1: Base Bunnies DECA 3, 4: Ski Club 4, PERRY, RONALD. PHIPPS, RUSSELL. PINGLETON, CHERYL TRA 1, 2.3: Badminton 2. 3: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, V.P: "What if there was a war and nobody showed W? Hang in there Gowensl To the never-ending weekend - emorial weekend! Here comes the sun! Nelson, Pead, Hill, Gowens xoxoxo. PINSKY, CYNTHIA. PIPIA, ANTHONY. PITT- MAN, KELLY. PLAIN, JOHN. PLUMLEY, MICHAEL. PRICE, DAVID. PURSELL, VIKKI. RAPP, LAUREN DECA 4: "Chrissy, Cindy, Beth, and Paul Boyd, Thanks for making my last year in high school the best, Thank you Chrissy for always being there! You're the best. Love a, Lauren." RATNER, STUART Soccer 2, 3, Capt. 4. REKDE, GREGORY Masque and Dagger 1, 2, 3, 4: Ambassadors 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, VP 4: Key Club 3, VP 4: NHS 3, Hist. 4: "Thunderbird '85 - Times were good, times were bad. People were happy, people were sad. Although some were good, and some were bad, it's still the best time we had. See you at the movies!!" REED, GLENN. REEVES, KEVIN. REGAN, DONALD. REILLY, JOHN Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2: "To everyone in the school, don't let the teachers put you in the 'LAST IN LlNE'." REILLY, MICHAEL. REZNIK, KIRK. RIDDIFORD, CAROLYN French Club 1, 2: TRA 1, 2: Softball 1, 2, 3: Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3: 4: NHS 3, 4. RIDGWAY, NANCY Choir 1, 2, 3: Masque and Dagger 1. 2, Treas. 3. 4: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, Treas. 2: NHS 3, 4: "Live life one day at a time and learn to love it, That is the most important learning of all. Thanks Mac. Break a Leg - class of 1985!" RITCHE, GAIL. ROBERT, SUSAN French Club 1: Spanish Club 3: COE 4: "I would like to thank all my teachers and staff for 4 years of putting knowledge in me for my future needs. It has been a great four years and I will miss it." ROBERTSON, PEGGY "lt's been real, it's been fun, but it hasn't been real fun! I want to thank Michelle Jacobsson especially! If it hadn't been for you, I wouldn't have graduated. Luv yal" ROBIDOUX, LINDA. ROCHETTE, LEO French Club 2: Swim Team Asst. 2: BETA Club Attendant 2, 3, 4: NHS 4: Prom Committee 4: Jr. Con- cessions 4: "Though my high school years have spanned four different high schools, I have spent the most significant here at Thunderbird. Within the boundaries of my high school education - the goals for the future appear within m reach. I shall succeed." ROEDEL, ELLEN. ROLLAND, CORKY. ROPER, SCOTT Baseball 1: Track 4. ROTH, JEN- NIFER Base Bunnies 4: "l've had fun my 3 years at Thunderbird. l'd like to say don't push it - life is too fast. Take the time to see your past and enjoy your future." ROUTERY, DENISE "After four years of homework. tests. and hard work, I finall made it!! Thanks to all who heged me through it. Class of 19y85 Rules!!" ROWER, TAMMY cience Club 1: AFS 2: French Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: Key Club 3, 4: Portal Club 4. RUBIN, MICHAEL. RUSSELL, BRIAN. SACKS, JENNIFER "Thunderbird was a blast, l'll miss it. And good luck to all the upcomin seniors." SAMPIERE, PATRICIA. SAVILLE, DAVID. SAYEEH, LAILA "Since '84 once was here, we watched it slowly disappear. In '85 we must go on, the future is tough, the past is gone. In '85 we will survive! Laila," SCHWEITZER, TRACY French Club 1, 2: TRA 1. 2: Dance Club 2, 3, 4: Pom 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "After attending Thunderbird four years, I'm going to have a hard time saying goodbye, l'll never forget my friends, ex- periences, or parties that made life excitin SCOTT, SHERRI Yearbook classes 2, 3, 4: HERO Sec. SESSION, LORI French Club 1, 2: TRA 1, 2, 3: Vars. Diving 1, 2: Publications Club Sec. 2: Vars, Track 2, 3, 4: Newspaper Sports Editor 2. 3: JV Volleyball 3: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Jr. Class Treas. 3: Student Body Sec, 4: Big Chief Mascot 4: "lt's been 4 long years. We've proved we all can survive, and the school can never forget the awesome class of '85. Good luck and have a great life!" SHAFFER, DAVID. SHAFFER, ERIC. SHANNON, L NDA French Club l, 2: Ke Club 2, 3: NHS 3, 4. SHELTON, JEFF Wrestling 1, 2, 3. Track 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: "Thanks for a great senior year. teachers. You have done a great job teaching. And to all my friends who haven't graduated - 'Good Luck.' Amber: 'I LOVE YOU very much'." SHEPPARD, CYN- THIA French Club 3: Choir 4, SHERWOOD, JEFFREY. SHIBLER, BOBBIE Band 4: Flag Corps 4: "My first and last year at THS was great. Make the best of your Sr. year, it's the only Sr. year you have." SHORE, LEE Track 1: Football I, 2, 3.4: "lt's been a great four years, I'm going to miss all the people. but life goes on. The years seem like they just whizzed by. lt's been real. Later on!" SHORT, TERI Speech Team Treas. 1, 2, VP 2: Latin Club 2, Treas. 3:COE Treas. 4. SHULDA, TODD Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: "To all of my good friends are these words, 'friends are friends forever if the lords the lord of them, and a friend will not sa? never cause the welcome will not end'." SHUMAKER, M CHAEL. SIEFKEN, KERRI. SIGGINS, JUDITH. SIKORA, STEPHANIE. SIMMONS, KENDRA. SIMONDS, TIM. SIMP- SON, KATHRYN. SKOUSEN, BILL. SLEVIN, STACEY TRA 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech Club 3: Chief's Spirit 4: "Hey Catiwo, Tanya Pic, Sher Bear, Niger, Carey, and the Frick, it's been a wild year. Remember to always stay wild and crazy women. Know more K. wron forever. Fritz." SLOWIKOWSKI, STANLEY. SLUSKI, KFMBERLY. SMITH, CAMI. SMITH, HEATHER Drama Club 1: Marching Band 1: Baton Twirler 2: Sganish Club 3, 4: "Later Much!! Bye Ali!" SMITH, JENNIFE . SMITH, KENNETH. SMITH, PAUL. SMITH, WILLIAM. SNEE, GARY HERO Hist. 4. SRAJER, TONY Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 4: "Good-B e." STAAB, LYN- DA Language Student of the Month 1: 'lkennis 1, Capt. 2, 3, 4: Science Student of the Month 2: NHS 4: "Thanks - Vikki, Mary - You're the best." STATON, DEREK Soccer 1.2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: "I hope everyone will live a good life after high school. The '85' class will be the best Thunderbird has ever put out." STEINPORT, AMY. STEINWEG, TRACIE Ski Club 1, 2, 3: TRA 1, 2. 3: Badminton 1, 2, 3. Capt, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, Capt, 4: Track 1, 2, 4: Chief's Spirit 4: "T-Bird has given me the best 4 years. Thanks everyone for makingnit great. I love you C.S. Good luck D.P. BfF4A - Pen uin, rears and Bomber Squad Forever S IAK, AMQ STOOPS, ERIK. STREICH, JACK. SUSSEX, ALFRED. SUTTON, CHRISTINA Competitive Ice Skating 1, 2: Thought Inc. 1, 2, 3, Treas.: Writers Guild 1, 2, 3. V :Chief's Spirit 3, 4: Key Club 4: Phoenix Honors Cotillion 4: "Thanks for all the things you've taught me about life. Lori - Thanks for being there no matter what. lt has been more than fun!! P.S. Jim - Te amo!" SWEET, MIKE Vars. Football 3, 4: Vars. Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Vars. Baseball 3, 4: Wrestling Div. Champ, McClintock Champ, 3rd in Peoria, Valuable Wrestler 3: "Thank You all teachers for the care that you all put in the past 4 years. And a special Thank You to my favorite person in the world, Coach Dora. who taught me how to respect the people around you," SWIFT, JEFFREY. TANNER, VANESSA. TARDIF, SHARON French Club 1: Journalism fAward for the Most Imaginative Writerl 3: Newspaper 3: DECA 4: "Hey, bud, later days!" TEEL, CYN- THIA. TELLEZ, JOHN. THIESSE, JAMES. THOMAS, DAVID. THOMPSON, CRAIG. THUNSTEDT, GAYLE German Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Student Council Sec. 1, Senator 4:Track 1, 4: Cheer JV 2, Vars. Co-Capt. 3, 4: NHS 3, Sec. 4: Optimist of the Month 4. TIFFANY, TEGWIN. TRENHEISER, LORI Volleyball 1: Latin Club 1, 2: TRA 1, 2: Ski Club 2: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: HOC 4. TRICHILO, CARL. VALENTINE, STEPHANIE Softball 1: Spanish Club 2: Key Club 3: "T-Bird High was a definite experience! I learned how to communicate with people and better accept people who were different from me and had different ideas, I learned, and at the same time I grew." VANSPRIELL, SEAN Basket- ball 1: Track 1, 4: Football JV 2, Vars. 4: "tDadI Dejanovich - I would want to come back to school just to play football for ou tthe best year of my high school yearsl. Sean Vangpriell rt7O," VARNER, MIKE Football 1: Wrestling 3. VENETZ, BRIAN Wilderners 1: Math Student of the Month 1: Chess 3, 4, Silver Medal at State Chess Tournament 3: "Nuke the Ftussiansl" VENTURINI, WILLIAM. VISCONTI, LISA. VOLLMER, DAWN Mat Maids 3: COE 4: "Conan Cary. Have a great year. Don't let the air get away from you or else there won't be an thinaleft. Ha!! Can'you believe I'm gone? LYLAS, Dawn." vdss, ARY. VRIJEN OEK, PETER. Foreign exchange student from Sweden. WADDELL, DARREN Photo Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 4: Year- book 2: "For the past three years I kept saying, 'I can't wait to get out of high schooI,' but now it's sort of sad to see it end, but we seniors must go on in our lives and strive for ex- cellence as we have in high school. Good luck to all and enjoy life." WAGNER, LARRY Basketball 1, 2: Guitar I, 2, 3, 4. WALKER, CINDY. WALKER. JAMES. WALKER, LARRY. WALLACE, TAMI. WALLEN, MIKE Football Capt, 4: "Keep on with what you're doing, except the 'dead meat' people. Coach Dora, take it slower from the New Year Boy. And keep up with those gui shots." WARNER, RANDALL German Club 1. 2, 4: NH 4: Speech Club 3, 4: "l came here 4 long years ago, young and scared and new: And finally it's time to go - o long hunderbird, Adeiu! Thanx for everything!" WARREN, KATIE Mas ue and Da er 3, 4: Ski Club 3: NHS 4. WAYNE, ROBERT Choir 1, Zggand 1. 2, 4, Louis Arm- stronlg Award 3: Masque and Dagger 4: Chief's Spirit 4. WEA ER, WENDE. WEBSTER, SUSI "Remember: The cold knocked us out to it, whatfl M.F. tl know he's trying to kill meth me 8: Steph in all that trouble, Jailed for Van Halen eek a bug, bobbeee a bug! all those birthday wknds, right Steph? Young boy scam agaree with L.A. tickle hill forever." WELCH, JIMMY. WELLS, ALAN "Think big and don't wait to do something that you could do right now because you might not be around long enou h to do it." WERMES, ROBE T. WEYANDT. DAWN TRA 2: French Club 3, 4, Publicity Manager 2: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "l've enjoyed Thunderbird. I thank all the teachers who have helped me, Because of their enthusiasm, l'll be an enthusiastic teacher too." WHIPPLE, MICHAEL Boys' State 3: Wrestling 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4, Pres.. State VP: NHS 4. WHITE, MICHAEL. WIER, KEN Football 2: "Good luck in the future to all my friends. Thanks to J.M. for trying to make me more civilized. Now if I could ony gret him to like Hank J.R." WIERMAN, SHERRI. WILLIAMS, A RICK. WILMOTH, JAMIE. WILSON, BRIAN. WILSON, DAVID. WILSON, DONALD German Club 1: Ski Club I, 3: Track 1, 2, 4: Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "l'd like to thank everyone at Thunderbird for 4 great years and give special thanks to Mr. Kissel for the wood skills which I will use for a lifetime." WINGHAM, ALICE French Club 1, 2, 3: Key Club 2: AFS 2: Swimming 2: "Hey T-Bird! Keep it live! Mr. Biology - you are a true winner! l'd like to say "Movin Yeah! Groovin. . . Yeah" to my bestest budd -nal Heather! See you at NAU. Always a friend, Ali." WI KLER, MICHELLE. WINTER, ANNE Basketball 1: TRA 1, 2, Treas. 3: Volleyball I. 2, 3.4: Chief's Spirit 3, Treas. 4: NHS 3.4: Spanish Club 4: "Dearest Candi 8. Barbi - The gruesome threesome will forever be remembered, l'll always love you guys - Bunni P.S. See ya at the beach AND beware of lizzard Iws seeking boylriends." WINTERMANTEL, BETH restling Cheerleader 1, 2: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Newspaper 3. Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Ambassadors Club 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Key Club 4: Chief's Spirit 4: "We finally made it! Now life real- ly begins! Thanks to all my friends who have helped me when I reallyjneeded them. Good luck in the future, I love ya!" WOLFE, CATHLENE "Hey Buds! We've been through a lot. sharing, caring, partying, dating, and fighting. Some pretty wild times. Tanya, Sherri, Stacey. Teri, and Carey e I love ya all! Sincerely, Cathy Wolfe." WOMACK, CHRIS Math Stu- dent of the Month 2: Music Student of the Month 2: "We should leave with good feelings towards classmates and teachers, remembering that all we have met in the last four years helped to make us the person we are." WOODS, PHILLIP. YACKS, STEVEN. YATES, DAVID. YOUNG, DUSTIN Track I. 2, 3: Student Council 2. Jr. Class Pres. 3, Student Body Pres. 4: Swimming 3: NHS 3.4: Big Chief Mascot 4: Exchange Stu- dent to Switzerland After Graduation: "The door closes on four wonderful years we shall always remember. But with this we face an open door, behind which lies innumerable years of even greater prosperity and enjoyment." ZANNONI, DONNA TRA 1. 2: Dance Manager 3: Vars. Track I, 4: Student Council 1, 2, Jr. Class VP 3, Student Body VP 4: Cheer JV 2, Vars. Treas. 3, Capt. 4: Most Outstanding Leader 3: NHS 3. Treas. 4: Chief's Spirit 3, Sec. 4: Optimist of the Month 4: "lt's been great! Lots of luck and happiness in your future years Love, Donna - 'the spaz' - Z." Senior Activities 70B 59 SV' I if ,MSX V 55 0903 5 57 if 4933, Iyiplksggfc iw W In Loving Memory of Jon Brice September 5, 1967 - March 27, 1985 Do not stanJ at my grave 6-' weepg I am not there - I Jo not sleep. I am a thousanJ winJs that hlowg I am the JiamonJ glints on snow. I am the sunlight on enJless seas, 6-' the spring rain through tears you see. When you awahen in the morning's hushg I am the swift uplifting rush of quiet hirJs in circleJ flightg I 'm the hrightest star at night. Do not stanJ at my grave anJ cryg I am not there - I JiJ not Jie. Z hoyish grin - a wave of his hanJg showeJ jon was a sensitive, caring young man. gall in stature - somewhat shyg all who hnew him still ash why? He chose to hurJen himself insteaJ of his frienJs,' while inwarJly wrestling with hecoming a man. .7l Jangerous age - mis-unJerstooJg we all feel the pain 6-' mayhe we shoulJ - ' Of worJs left unsaiJ, a phone call not placeJg a praise ' a promise or a love coulJ erase. go Jill a voiJ, unloch a minJ - hring his soul out of the rain 6-' huy more time. I-le wasn't a star hut neeJeJ to shine - we may never know what thunJereJ through his minJ on that Jayg or what prohlems came to hear that swept his lf: away . . . But the music playeJ, 6-' the lights grew Jim 6-' the powerful shot hollereJ out for him. It maJe people thinh - It maJe people cry - It hrought people together 6-' maJe frienJs try - Without worJs jon helpeJ others in this way. I-lis spirit is alive frrever we pray. Written hy .Couie .7lllison Jon D. Brice, 17, a senior at Thunderbird High School, died March 27, 1985, at his Phoenix residence. Mr. Brice was born in Phoenix. He was a member of the DECA program at the high school. Survivors include his parents, Betty and Davidg a brotherg and three grandparents. In Memory of Dianna Thompson Born Cedar Rapids, Iowa May 10, 1968 Died Phoenix, Arizona March 22, 1985 Psalm 116:15 "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His Saints" - LOVE - Love is an echo, an imprisoning future of tender feelings. May '81 Dianna Marie Thompson ,QwfamaLAMf!HQpmaffaw!amQa. QVZJ Mdaifmwbamwymamaamfmw M4400 nwM maaafmafwyywgja. 5204255 N . XQQgg3ibD, i . . r X nw 335955 F vwfgfww WWW NEW ffffjf KM Nj WWW 5450 Wwggf dw ' N9 aff J 4' jx qw ff M6 PL LP A -H vm! xg Nfiig 2 M, fyppq ,U cf +P ,F Ww1j1w' ' ' ? fb -I '4f,L,,4 ,VI Z ' 5 fWEQ- 'Www S , 4 I fl ,PTPA 4f?7L W 43 "MMV PQX5 V72? ww if f prim Qfo W ' ' we ff' MA gif 3 , I U 1 's 4 I sz 0 ex.. i ,R ,zhlrlql Q..t'+-T X Clockwise From Above: Princess Diana gave birth to Prince Harry in late 1984. The photo shows Prince Charles and his son, two-year old Prince William. After years of civil war, elections were held in El Salvador in 1984. Jose Napoleon Duarte was elected President in what international observers called the most open and free election in that country in 50 years. The photo shows a soldier reading a newspaper at the Rio Lempa checkpoint near El Salvador, the headline was "There is Faith in the Electoral Process." The United States Marines arrived in Beirut in 1982. Lebanon was torn by Civil war and foreign invasion, In 1984 when the Marines left, more 260 Marines were dead, Lebanon was still at war with most of its territory occupied by foreign troups and its government tottering. The price of President Reagan's commitment was too high and the Marines left Beirut. -4- 4 .W fx' 54,5- 535223294 5'-eg fm X ,v-if ," T49 o 136 Current Events 'Q t . Q, 0 ,Q v ,,,.,,,: f MQW ' .Nil Q 1 ., 1 ' , 2 Q f 'I' . -1 ' 1 "' ,, ' A '25, ' w 'f W f 4:2 f. it ,Q 'gg,,y- . 3 . it mai' iw. , Q: ,CW mu. 'A , Q 1 is 3 jg ff cl V' L rx e X .50 ' V' '. i-, x 'wffhf ua Wm A 'iffi 1 e If , .1 5 - 5 I I 1. l 7 1 -fl in L f 1984 .f-f-1:-:'.'.. QUXNS ll!! LAY fx The World Series in 1984 saw the Detroit Tigers beat the San Diego Padres four games to one, The Chicago Cubs came close to getting into the series but the Padres won. In the American League, the Kansas City Royals lost in the playoffs to the Tigers. The photo shows Kirk Gibson of Detroit jumping for joy after scoring in game five. Darrell Evans is the on-deck hitter. l Id d four silver medals, Scott Hamilton won a gold in the men's figure skating and Steve Mahre won Winter Olympics in Yugoslavia saw the United States win our go an gold medal in the Giant Slalom skiing event. Q A 2 ., 133 Chicago Bears' Walter Payton eyes New Orleans Saints' Whitney Paul as he car- ries the ball on his way to setting the record for rushing. He broke the record of 12,312 held by Jim Brown. The United States did very well in the Summer Olympics, winning 83 gold medals, 61 silver and 30 bronze. Carl Lewis won four gold medals -the 100 meters, the 20 A. P. Photos kLki.:f.z in K ww--Q.. The U.S. Men's gymnastic team took many gold medals home in the '84' Summe Olympics. meters, the four 100 meter relay and the long jump. Mary Lou Retton won the all-round gold medal and led the gymnastic team to a silver medal: she also won bronze medals for the floor exercise and the uneven parallel bars and took a silver medal for the vault. The-Soviet Union and other Communist countries boycotted the Summe Olympics. l -are X.. K . fe ,P it Q N. . . . , K S .ss .. ' kwa ' ij .S X t , .yt ac., ,Xt 35132 sir ' Ji' l3?ss5.e:-ar-:fi . - 1 . t -.site-,f,Q..f-. 4 .st-'lf -1 iw 31' Q"".1i97i'3-T-'-'HI xl. .fzffi V 5-35 F ,well Cdl A 5. SHG' .Mi cms 'lay Most Humorous: Jay Frye and Donna Zannoni. Illia' L -1 -' , Biggest Partier: Troy Hill. KAII Photos by A. Chaitj Senior Best 131 130 Senior Best ,5 r Cutest Couple: Danielle Forcelli and Jeff Lemieux. Most Spirited: Donna Zannoni and Dustin Young 'J Prettiest Smile: Julie Eagleston and Robby Britton, CAII Photos by A. Chaity ff - 4 r frmw-at " tg - it Best Student: Jaya Carroll and Tim Demme. Best Athlete: Tracie Steinweg and Kevin Long. nf We V251 A 3 .wma a , ,fi N B . ., 3 x iw. Best Body: Danielle Forceili and Robby Britton. Most Fiirtatious: Kurt Minko and Kelly Greenwell. CAII Photo by A. Chaitb Senior Best 129 Best Dressed: Mike Rubin and Kelly Greenwell X aw' ' --. M, uw i gf 'Ir " 128 Senior Best Most Likely to Succeed: Dustin Young and Donna Zannoni. Best Personality: Scott Geyer and Kim Oberhansli. 'X ff Rf i R 'ex Q QW' QW HAR 1 y 1 Q y Q -1- ff i an 1 D -111 f Ii... is-gs wayfffir Zi .nr ,..- ' W mf 1' iiilfqg Mya, il ly remaining staff member from the 1984 yearbook Gregg worked hard o get the book and the staff put together l-le had to work with a small taff which was very difficult Gregg was not only our boss but our friend. ood luck Gregg . ,. W f i ' ' 2 i W air, , i A . it 'fr' i i 'L 3 'X 71 'lfsr' 5, RWM ryg. we Q, ,f. A ' ',Qki'.fW r E fL':f .r,, -,-f-.M- in. " '.1.'m-M' V- , M- '4 f f ' , ' "" The "Off the Wall" editor, Gregg Gerber, a senior this year, was the on- h ' ' ' . I ...v--..,,?,.,.w, ,.W...4:..,. .4 '4"S2q f N ,1"' Closing 127 zfsre-JW, "Off the Wall" right to left: Advisor Richard Gross, Photo Editor: Todd Krajewski: Copy Staff, Alissa Clarke: Cecilia Castro: Copy and Photo Staff, Alyssa Chait, Julie Schweitzer: Photo Staff, Bill Thayer: Photo Staff and Sports Editor, Andy George: Photo Staff, Tawn Albright: Copy Editor, Robin Wolff: Layout Editor and Photo Staff, Michelle Moore: Assistant Editor, Kristen Mikkelsen: Business Manager, Katia VanHulle: Photo Staff Leslie Ter- rell, Michelle Bagly: Copy and Photo Staff, Margaret Plumely: Copy Staff, Janine Demme: Photo Staff, Kelly Pennypacker and George Leach: Business Manager, Lee Jacobs. Not Pictured: Photo Staff, K. C. Grim. 126 Closing "Off the Wall," inspired by an undersized volunteei staff, was put together through sheer devotion anc school spirit. Without a sponsor until the summer of '84 the yearbook staff could not be finalized until the first o' the school year. Driven by sponsor Richard Gross, we spent long hours meeting several deadlines until its com pletion on February 22, 1985. We, the staff, assistants and photographers, worked very hard to distribute yearbook of which to be proud and remember for years to come. We sincerely hope you enjoy "Off the Wall." 3 Miki? Nb! O 'ww "if Make R. G. a dull boy! k 3133, - +2 'X W N ff Af,. AQ qgggzff, A - 1 J X, 7 f 52' f ,, 4' mv, ff Q-gg ' A, "fQ1.mf,im? f -197' WJ iw! i Mx 71 KJV Q All work and no play Our adviser, Mr. Richard Gross, saved the yearbook this year by of- fering to be sponsor. He carried us through our most difficult problems, he supported us, and even yelled at us when we truly needed it. We are grateful for everything he has done and hope that we may somehow pay him back. Here is a look at Mr. Gross being alittle "Offthe Wall." Thank-you "Ooh," From your 1985 staff. 124 Ooh Gross he puzzles! 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U . xx 9' N5 A l A Y xy J, fy as " - 4 Wo' ., 118 Puzzle .JL What? wi xg as MMR 3 O av a-nomar f 1-.af I t M, 2 " 'ii S T35 Q, s at In V: 'I' " H 22- " 11 xv v t' v R if 'U x F02 CURF ? -'-f-'una Whose W .,--fm f- .mmfp,,,w,.QMvL9wf1KfJi!'1-wif' La' f'"'14.Mfg"W"ia'f?W?f"'1'W"""'w' 'L' 4' V ' , DONT LAUGH SW Y . - ww . , , Q ' W ' Q NW 'Q N I S PAI F0 Preseason rankings plac- ed varsity wrestling at 6th in he state, but they beat that rediction taking 4th place t the State Wrestling Tour- ament Feb. 15-16. Bucky Maynard, senior, ook first place in the 181 lb. eight class after a 5-1 over- ime victory against Cor- nado. Bucky went ndefeated this year. Others wrestlers who laced in finals included Paul chlink, junior, who took nd place after a disputed -2 overtime tie in the eavyweight division and ike Sweet, senior, who ook 3rd in the 156 weight lass. . f .ifwfrv 1 0 ' r gg' v' if Senior Paul Schlink. iPhoto: K. C. Grimy All-State Wrestlers M5 civgul 'X Senior Mike Sweet iPhoto: K. C. Grimj Senior Bucky Maynard, All-State Champion. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj All-State Wrestlers 115 114 Soccer Soccer ranked 5th in State Coaches Johnson 84 Harkleroad receive Skyline Coaches of the Year awards: 8 players also receive awards. f"'x Stuart Ratner strides toward the oncoming ball during state tourna- ment play. t.,tt tsse if f at out-mW! Casey Curtiss sets to pass to forward Mark Ireland: T-Bird lost 2-1 in the State semiafinals to Salpoint, eventual State champs. Front Row: M. Caplan CAII B-League Honorable Mentionb, S. Ratner B-League Honorable Mentionj, J. Moon tAll Divisionalb, M. Ireland Divisionalj. Back Row: B. Barnett tAll B-Leagueb, D. Hunt CAII Honorable Mentionj, L. Percic CAI! B-League Honorable Mentionj. Pictured: K. Narveson CAII B-League Honorable Mentionj, Kent Narveson heads the ball up field against Salpointe in Tucson Chiefs finished second in League and second in Divisionals. Steve Prokopek speeds past Salpointe defender for T-Bird's goal. Photos by: A. Georgej f Q , Teach ers iiii 3 r e people JEOO. teacher Mrs. Boudreaux speaks to yunior Becky Davis during 4th CPhoto: M. Mooreh Learning Skills teacher, Miss Gaston, relaxes for a few minutes during a busy day. Writing for college teacher. Miss Carlos, attacks her student, senior Gregg Gerber, after school. iPhoto: M. Moorej 1 in 4 ff' ? 5255? ww.. Q 751 :sp ,fx . , MIS ' ' ci'X33y If Wi I ,.s,.X. . NN ' ,..4,, ,Ax 1 Q x - ff' , Q I ,l ,fn I fl x ,Lyn-1' ' xl. .SQ xvxj Av 1. - W , fi fp: . - V W W .J-'X x, . mis' . .,' s K, x y K s 471 ,X ,E - 1 S J 'V 3 A, ,-.. f fir i Aff , is W 1 '- .A , ,2-f1g,fwe.,k . 6 L, a :ry , f,,.,,x,.f , ug , . N " 'N - 'S ' QW' hi" 'QE,..?iY ,. ., -.. 'L W 'K'-NWN-'A,Q,v . ' V Q...-ff. Q1 ' L 1 ,gg 1 J 1 ' s A , x 5 .4 N. -3 1 L VW- fx 1 K ff, 1'4"-s '1 . 'nn 3 f ff ,, NX xx B Sophomore Alicia Jackson displays her A.S.U. sweatshirt for college day. iPhoto: M. Bagleyy ...Q Second lunch students work their way to the finish line during the wheelbarrow race. iPhoto: G. Leachj Spirit Week 111 . Qw r 4' xt? 1 1 1 ,. i. , .f Q pu .' ' rw' f V, I A Members of the pom and cheer were auctioned oft as slaves on col- I U N A Iegefslave day. iPhoto: G. Leachj is R " 1 A 110 Spirit Week "So which college is this anyway?" iPhoto: M The students of second lunch compete in the three-legged race. iPhoto: G. Spring Spirit Week. x V.- . .,,, . "Hey are they cool or what?" Junior Dave Price, Seniors Doug Freeman and Jay Meshay show off Pom girl Chris Watkins tries her hand at their ski attire. iPhoto: G. Leachj cheeringlduring the pom and cheer "switch" at the spirit assembly. iPhoto: G. Leachb Yr: Albright and Russell Brown smile proudly about their ac- "Ski pants on a sunny day in Phoenix?" Mr. Sue models on the slopes. iPhoto: M. Moorey his ski pants. CPhoto: M. Bagleyj Tawn Spirit Week 109 State competitions motivate aaa X if Senior Donna Zannoni prepares to auction off junior At the spirit assembly senior Danielle Forcelli portrayed the homecoming queen during the Kristan Chorpenning for slave day. iPhoto: G. Leach? pom and cheer presentation of "The Homecoming Queen s Got a Gun' By Julie Brown 108 Spirit Week iPhoto: G. Leachj Students at second lunch participated in the three legged race. iPhoto: G. Leachb teaiem. Q. :saw it Si WX it 3:1 wasvw' .K , if , mn-we Q , it e rw I,-X 4 -was ,te .ll N at ..:....t 5- af 21: .. : in-Q , . .. .-,-- sg 5 te, yt Q .Q -5, , 5. se ,se ,I -5 - Ja it Nw-. 'A - rf wt :f 5 41 S Y- v 1 ze- Q - .fy -t.et-,., ,, KSXA , E, fi' .!Y'f"TJ W . fi-f T ' we Qty.-42111-.V - get get Q? 5 SS N2 nf' Q ' V .Q elf ra 3. 1?-,is1s2efiE' we FUN. X A X Education teachers Mrs. Marcum and Ms. Gallegos get ready -'U f 'N T ii ia.. Mr. Jeffries, English teacher, helps Frank Gambino with his assignment iPhoto: A. Gambinoj Mr. Harkleroad is assisting a student while repairing Mr. Johnson's -- truck. iPhoto: G. Leachj ' .5 K' "'r'f'F5FW rwma s 9 un Z 7 G7 c 1 E SD E 3' rn 1 Q. V7 N4 o C 7 cr m cn' X4 'NJ and more teachers. French teacher Miss Ladenburg brings French culture to Phoenix from her podium. iPhoto: P. Williamsb 106 Teachers Mr, Noice prepares a health film for first hour. iPhoto: A. Chaitb ll' Journalism teacher Mrs. Franovich grades papers during class. iPhoto L. Terrellj -qi I . Yi' Mrs. Darling types out a computer program. iPhoto: T. Albrightb e teacher Mr. Brown records grades after school. iPhoto: K. C. World History teacher Mr. Dickson "attacks" one of his students, Sharla Goetz. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj asa? 'l 1 Q ,LL . sf. .if il. """'0 Mr. Perkins, World History teacher, spends some time after school readinga magazine. iPhoto: K. Foglej - we .Sl United States History teacher Mr. Heaps organizes his overheads. iPhoto: K. Foglej Teachers 105 Teachers... Q - Q, .W gal, , it rg.-iam. P Q 4 5 -- MESS Q , , .21Qf?- 'ki if-f ixxllifffkk ' 0 R W i. - 03 'X Learning skills teacher Mrs, Haines looks over her lesson plan after school. iPhoto: G. Leachj General Business teacher Mrs. Pappas prepares her notes for class. 104 Teachers Business and math teacher Mr. Burke lectures his Basic Algebra class. CPhoto: J. Dugganl A c...-or 'N'-7 'V' United States History teacher Mrs. Adams takes a break to smile for the camera. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj Q' Kristine Carson looks through a drawing book for some iPhoto by: L. Terrellj 'gf fm ilwav Junior Tawn Albright in a fit of anger flings his face against an unsuspec- ting windshield. Danielle Price sits down to read a good book. iPhoto by: T. Albrightj I af f yr' , 'Xa January 103 After school is a perfect time for sophomores Cindy Beeson and Alicia Jackson to "Shoot the breeze." CPhoto by: J. Dugganb ur' r rr , rrrr -n ,,ror l N N Q. . .3 t 'X , s r fw --,, Q-. Going to the lockers, Kathy Staab gets ready to load up on books for the night's work. Wt., lff 45 iPhoto by: J. Dugganb F M041 T 4, y ,kj .tiff x M Mr. Doerrer puts his favorite puzzle together on a quiet afternoon. "You "Jeff Meyers and Ken Weir, your outfits match. Did you call each can do it, Mr. Doerrer!" iPhoto by: K. Foglej Other?" 102 January M Goung up for a lay-up is Brian Booker, sophomore. During an assembly, J , . 1 Pulling up for a jump shot, Joe Carter made two points for Thunderbird. V Ch ' P ole takes the ball up court. im Palmer tries a hook shot. iPhoto: K. O. Grimj Sunnyslope vs. Thunderbirds J , ns o Basketball 101 Basketball highlights. 3- . PA . xg Q 5 iw , y Q rp A ,I U ifhgli xi' fi, Q t . M . , Washington going for a jump shot. ln the end, Thunderbird walking away with the victory. iPhoto: T. Krajewskiy Varsity basketball player, 335 Joe Carter, goes for a jump shot at Christmas Tournament. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerb In the basketball game against Washington, Danny Brinton goes for a free throw. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij .gli-ll-15 ll -U3 Viv! -V' V F . 52, if 1- hi l.- i 1ior Tim Demme conditions himself for his long distance runs. will ,-am.+em it f Eagleston vaults to new heights. anim. or Joe Fields warms up his pitching arm during practice. Rob Llanos reconsiders his track commitment after a haro workout. Spring Sports 99 g Spring sports in action. 98 Spring Sports I gl'- Q l . F or l - : i Fr' ' ., U 8 f . Senior Jay Meshay swings at the pitch. CPhoto: G. Gerber! The Chiefs display excellent skill on the Track season started out with daily afternoon practices. This high jumper gets ready for the upcoming vt 'N-13-V!! x -Vg M A i' I A X , xr Ar'2W'5 J -5 1 1 pafecfwf, 4 I -' 'ff223:kfiLA'f.! X 1-'TY iG5i."kz',kf A 1 ..-lf I 5fi"2iA 1 fi ff Q 'f 1' 1 ruth iv! 'is A 5' Q 5 1 I Q 1 S awww' Varsity softball coach Mr. Steve Ogborne comes in off the field. iPhoto: K' pennypacken Did it realLv help? Even after the gates to Burger King and the were closed litter is still a problem on Thunderbird's campus. Mrs. Pappas points out answers to problems for Tim Anthonise and Ken Crouch. 96 January Q Senior Andy Frus tries to get a grip on his opponent during a heated match. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj Malntalmng control over has opponent Andy Frus goes for a victory. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj Junior Brad Smith reaches for his leg in an effort to gain an advantage. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj Wrestling 95 Demonstrating wrestling techniques. at the winter assembly is Bucky Maynard Trying for a take down, Darrell Wallace gains two points, while the referee gets into the act. iPhoto K and Mike Sweet. iPhoto: G. Leachy Grim, Wrestler's win dual meet. The varsity wrestling team, coached by Ron Jepsen, won the Skyline Division Dual Meet Team Championship. The 13 team members competed against 12 other teams. The team defeated Prescott and Deer Valley in the semi-finals, and won over Moon Valley for the championship. Er- nie Dora and Bill Gilsinger assist with varsity coaching duties. 94 Wrestling Fighting for an advantage, Joe Safa Con topj twists his opponent during practice 4 0-.'4""l!""""'-'M - . is E -was-. Mrs. Schonaerts confronts a student. NW iPhoto: L. Terrellj Some teenagers just can't stay off the telephone! Senior Pat Kennedy makes a phone call during Mrs. Sweet's class. iPhoto: J. Dugganj ,xg Q' IL his X UU Smoke Out Day was celebrated November 15th by Mr. Thrasher's secretary, Bonnie Greene, makes her way through a nicotineless day. iPhoto: R. Grossj January 93 92 January I 3 5 . 1- g 4, K, .-im. J.. ' Q,-Q ei if .ai 'inf - L X -- -x..' .K-.. .. K I E 1 S- Head of the counseling department, Mrs. Fritsche works hard to com- s plete freshman four year plans before winter break. iPhoto: L. Terrellj E 5 E x "a 1 .-Q. ,A sv. 1 'IJ fp, ' A group of friends show that sharing is still alive at Thunderbird. .Mum in -Q-. - L!! JPY W, j V 1 1 f2?v'3s"' A few quiet moments on campus. I 3. f Q i, 2 vi 4.5 Q . . ' Q 1 , i , I f 2 1 i. . 4 st E , - i I W 4' J '.ek 1? 1 5 Q ' ' Y 5 N1 I ir l ' l . . , l Y - 3 , 5 - ff? 4--.4 HA. 4 fe l A quiet morning, while waiting for classes to start, gives a great oppor tunity to talk of the days' plans. QPhoto: M. Bagleyj 90 January Q-+ "Getting Comfortable," Mary Avenson taking a snooze before class. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj Taking time out before class, Paul Bummer finishes his homework his 3rd hour Algebra class. iPhoto: T. Albrightb I Mark Trombino plays the role of Thomas Michael Cornelius Banks Ill at 1st assembly. iPhoto: G. Leachj ,Nh gift-wrapped locker shows that holiday spirit is on Thunderbird's Cam- Santa's little elves visit Thunderbird's campus to bring holiday cheer, us again. iPhoto: R. Grossj Pictured are Kurt Minko, Amy Greene, and Kelly Pittman. ff". The band plays a few Christmas tunes at the first Assembly. iPhoto: G. Leachb December 89 Holiday assemblies prepare students for winter break. Advanced drama students K. C. Grim, Mary Avenson, and Becky Davis, perform plays for the Freshmen English classes, before the winter break. iPhoto K. Pennypackerj 88 December Vocal Ensemble and Concert Choir, sing the songs of Christmas, during the Christmas assembly Drama Students add visual effects to the choralaires version of The Twelve Days of Christmas. 1- .,......,,.', .1 l. t s,' g, af' if f Y f' A I U v Along with being Student Government Advisor, leadership teacher Mr. the help of her computers, Mrs. Nancy Volz produces the five week Shone also has peer tutoring responsibilities. iPhoto: K. C. Grlmb reports. iPhoto: P. Williamsb Eh, .....--- 'ig Like clockwork, Mr. P and Mr. D plan one of their famous simulations. iPhoto: J. Duggan! Statesman that he is, Mr. Purdy strikes a patriotic pose. iPhoto: J. Dugganj 0'- November 87 Teachers, our fountain of knowledge. W5 Our famous Freshman Science teacher, Practicing what he preaches, Mr. Dora "Maxes Out" during his prep period. iPhoto: P. Williamsj Mr. Storey, studies a worksheet. QPhoto: P. Williamsj 86 November ""'-N. ' New to Thunderbird this year Mr. Fisher quickly adapts to computer printing and scheduling headaches. CPhoto: L. Walkerj First base keeps Tracy Steinweg on her toes. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj Helping softball achieve a high win season, Jennifer Nygard winds up against Greenway. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj X Softball 85 84 Softball Nothing but homeruns for this year's softball teams. I--uncut!-11 mol wiv IIN , ev . ,Ln At home plate Anna Bivins watches out for Thunderbird. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerl Softball gets underway and Kristi Bialik shows off veteran form Greenway. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj Pre-game conference for varsity softball sees coach Ogborne conducting a strategy session. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerb ,wr Giving a surprised look, Mr. Fachet works with Tim Welch, Becky Detweiler' and Sean Vansprien' cphoto: P' Williams, Government teacher Mr. Purdy challenges Greg Reade to work out his problem. iPhoto: K. C. Grimb YW' 15243 5 T --.. . .1 , if ,ii Friends forever. Seniors Kelly Greenwell and Carrie Lundquist show their camaraderie during lunch. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj December 83 Ready and waiting for the next fire drill, Aristotle stands quietly in the corner of Mr. Prochnau's science room. iPhoto: A. Chaitj 82 December 3 mi Eight is not enough because it takes nine guys to fill the picture during a fall fire drill. iPhoto: T. Albrighty Student David Benzing looks intently at cells during a lab in Mr. Prochnau's class. iPhoto: P. Williamst Teacher Mrs. Obye, enjoys teachin students the fin 8 ' t f - puters. iPhoto: P. Williamsj e Dom S O Com Couldjunior Kristan Chorpening be a star? She had a good start while in Chief Spirit, This picture has it ally students, pride, and Thunderbird High. iPhoto by: J. Dugganj Good teaching and cooperative students make learning easier. . ,ff M... . "iv 7 My Taking time out during her prep hour, Mrs. Emmons enjoys a little snack. 80 December ,,.-J Senior Doug Freeman gets "creamed" while practicing for freshman Christmas program. QPhoto: A. Georgeh AKEZQK, "Mr. AtIas," Corky Rolland shows off his muscles during class. iPhoto: J. Landerosj -. wa fu-I K-...,... , W V PM ' -.,iL'f'7f..f':3,?'f13'J" J' 4' 4 - -fmsxfinb.-9',w, --3... .av - .,-.,, 1. ... A., ,Ja ., ...fur 'UMW U hr ,ji is mtwlffvv 'nf " 24n,owv-prsg -f gt: H, A6 .W KL 1 'gi 43. , YN field. iPhoto: A. au. 4,-6 'v ff- Zf.5.',,,',:v ,- hvydl-.-an If 4 - starter Brian Barnett clears the ball from the defensive half of Georgej 4: K: ii. f.. .. .Ai . .. N . .St , Q ..,,,s .5 Soooer's best season in 4 year history. k V N .- M apku-.5 ...ex ' --Q 1 ffl. . SL, wQ'?f..f ,JSR . v.,.rq..-. wg' veil Steve Prokopek goes for loose ball against Cortez. iPhoto: A. Georgej ! sswwi 1, r ' W 1 . diy f x .. . . 7'yAM,,n.,.Hx fww, I M, "'a ' ,..,w.s..,t- , , . 4 3 P Lew' A 7 xg-5 1 J . 'WLM . lg C in K LCE' -www-nga K Aga. now-us... ...Vi in 'ln .0 w -. , . Q -Q.--...Y-..-Q-W. . ,. , vw? 4... ,.,:g,,,..f3,.g,. ,, ,,,, MY? Fwlffsi-Q. . Q 5 Q at rwfs'.41fiwsssQ-4 .Qaida-wwf . 'J ,Q .-4 M. mwwxi ' as ,W Junior co-captain Casey Curtiss dribbles and shoots against Cortez. CPhoto: A. Georgeb . , ,HM 9. ,, f 54.54-N ..', E t ' N 4 x. .4 sim, .L sei-ff-wiv vw -Q ' Y.. Soccer 79 5 Q 78 Soccer :Via I Q ff? , -rf. 1."'f A333-44 3 ...,.,,. - M .A .,..,... ,f.1.,,, ...- Q... fa KWCQS Q Xa' 9J'lvllJJ15 ....-qvofu.---1 ae-, T Steve Prokopek passes up field in Thunderbird's 3-1 win over Brophy iPhoto: A. Georgej r - ,R "1-. gf ' - W . A ll ff!-E I - 'i ifw A t Eff . 17' A Qeo.e 13 3 . . .,-, . at fs 2 'xx "" . "4 5 I A, 1 is -it " ' .ts r ' f gf U. , ,' . ' . K W - i r.. o.,y , . K Q ,,,i:,..:.,1 A -N Senior Co-Captain Stuart Ratner controls the midfield against Mark Ireland, a key player in Thunderbird Soccer's balanced attack. fPh0f01A-Geofeeb iPhoto: A. Georgej In soccer's 4-1 drubbing of Cortez, Mark ireland and Steve Prokopek follow the score by senior Derek Staton. iPhoto: A. Georgej v dl"" "ls this a new fashion trend?" Hungry for candy, John Humphrey goes Stacy Dixon's purse during his 7th hour English class. iPhoto: Pennypackerj o D 1 ' - , M egg- was ,. in g T ,... 'Q t ' 'S ,J 9 , K ,qi "i f g? ' K. we "' f ' XV' L 1 on chemistry?" Sophomore Penny Phipps has other about her 7th hour class with Mr. Aylward. iPhoto: M. Plumleyj 'ew fb Giving blood seems to have put Tina Nelson in a different state of mind. iPhoto: A. Chaitj Giving a grin, Senior Shea Brock very proudly displays his marshmallow man after school. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj 013 a Qs: F Fifi' ex "Aren't things getting carried away!" Melissa Lynn, and Robin Te give Jim Landeros a lift between classes. . ' .""w, - . I., . In Government class, 7th hour, teacher Mr. Dougherty helps Doug Freeman on class work. CPhoto: J. Dugganj X 76 December In an English class, Donnie Pruett practices writing paragraphs future use. CPhoto: T. Albrighty Thunderbird. 'gf .lg I 1- -Hn awful? ' v.-'V . 'ylilq 'fs Q . , AisvwP5" 1. '41, -nr: at In W ' xg' ,QMQVS1 fm..Wat.,.,,L. MN . ' ynlf iiri' f. k .W .,,, " 44 I H 2. 'WT' .E F A!!! t .31,,4..i W " 4nq'i'gpwM'5' ' ' Y J ""5' ' " 1-'ff V, mf' ,M .1 , 'eiugqhw 'A 1"'7, - MQT-, 'MQW .. A ' . ?ix.:..n.l'T,,,,,f5l1,v-Q. " f,,,'?1.f. its .K wL,,c',' Vi i - X V w v w-50, K 4 .A +1 ' 'Lu 1 f . 9 Y3ff'fv'x' -S if Q4 ' - 'MV . n ' ' . N sc' v ' ,. V , ' 'U 'Q ' Kg lr l W I. ,- ig P '- . Y-'auth .e v-M, 1, up by "B" lockers, Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Emmons contribute time. iPhoto: T, Albrightj M. Gambinoj or Q. M 3 ie. nw W gig ,N..i.,'u,.aq,,'i,, 2. in '. Another Trashbuster, Beth Macaluso, works hard after school to make our parking lot look greal. CPhoto: L. Benickiy "Who you gonna call? Trashbusters!" "High noon and all is welI?!" Lockers added their share to the litter problem on campus. iPhoto: A. Trashbusters 75 "Trashbusters" clean up ' Q w-lv N' ' ' 4.3 . K 4 .I 'Q . .W 1., .Ia - ' L in " V 4' " ' -'SKY MW' , w i 4 Sponsor of the Trashbusters, Mr. Shone, inspects the quad area. Trashbusters was organized to keep the campus clean and promote a good attitude toward campus and community beautification. CPhoto: L. Benickij 74 Trashbusters pf' ' I .5 fl' it K I Q -' iq M A Q fr 'A 4 if 1 gow -Z f Q K ,, . ., ..'b'f'Vf L 1 at ' f Y v " . I . . i iz , 'tk' y .-H: ' ' .4 I ,. W it V. ' l' 'W rv 3 ' X 'fs MQ' .9 'mf , t"'1'ar'5f: ml I . t Q ,qv 0... Q Q 'QT' . I ff xy 'ff P -+. ,, -R,,f,,,xg?,?'.-X ' . ' ' ., El Troy Allen cleans up the 19th Avenue entrance after school. iPhoto: L. Benickij serious side. college night gives Thunderbird students a chance to learn sums it all up. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj wi handsome smile has been seen on Thunderbird's campus for three years. We hope that our principal Mr. Fred Skoglund will tay with us for the future years. iPhoto: T. Albrightj Uf1ivefSifieSa"0veffhe C0Unffv-4Ph0f01K- Pennypackeo What are seventh hour classes like at Thunderbird? Kevin Hambicki December 73 Thunderbird the A ,rn English teacher Mrs. Schonaerts lectures her 3-4 class. iPhoto: P. Williamsj . rj ,gg Nice days Grossj 72 December ei fe bring student and faculty outdoors. Mr. Kissel gives notes to a morning woods class. iPhoto: Nloliere. ,xr 2 ea uti arria Angelica, played by Felicia Pensiero, disappointed to hear the proposal from Thomas, played byJim Harsha. In "The Imaginery Invalid," this year's fall play, Emily Mabry, as the maid, fools Monsieur Argon by pretending to be a doctor. CPhoto: T. Krajewskij Monsieur Argon, played by Keith Armstrong, is inducted as a doctor by the rest of the cast. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij Fall Play 71 70 Fall Play Fall comedy by Young Thomas, played by Jim Harsha, is being advised by his father, Dr. ff Diophous, played by Scott Anderson. l l . , 5 , - " ag, Monsieur Argon, played by Keith Armstrong, is afraid his daughter Louise, played by Gerilynn Spitz, has died. I Placing names with faces, one of the many jobs for yearbook, copy editor Robin Wolff. CPhoto: G. Leechb body president, Dustin Young changes the marquee, one of s numerous jobs. iPhoto: K.C. Grimj English teacher, Mrs. Henderson smiles even with an hour's work ahead of her. iPhoto: P. Williamsb . Y A N :F,s.,,,, Qty, ra i , f. E5 ,, s. r .L .,x,,,: hmffax- 4 314' ai Q wi l."r" , rf'-EP . :jr Lac Keeping his pace, Cross-Country runner Lance Goldsmith, attempts to out distance his opponents from Shadow Mountain. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij November 69 Faces ofthe 8O's. In the center of a circle of students, Mr. Keller teaches English 3-4. A . v .. 8 NK , . I K if s . si prime situation for attack. CPhoto: P. Williamsb 68 November Flower baby watched by Donna Zannoni and mother Shari Kitchen two sisters, this kid must really be bad. iPhoto: K.C. Grimb QSM Abnormal behavior by Darrin Permenter and Hudson Johnston. Could this be a secret scientific ex iPhoto: M. Moorej ct? if g po slziiixi' r . 2 O f Practicing for the freshmen Christmas assembly, Shree Perkins, Linda Shannon and Michelle Jones demonstrate How the Grinch Stole Christmas. iPhoto: R. Grossj if with the desk provided by the school Deidra Duerr uses her in Mr. Perkins' history class. iPhoto: L. Terrellj Studying hard during Mr. Perkins' class is Jeff Lemieux. November 67 Eskimo kissing in Arizona? Long-time couple David Monkman and Renee Fansler try it out. iPhoto: J. Dugganj K Mittens can do more than just warm hands these days. Here Cyndy Breslau and Kris Corson demonstrate one of their many uses while in English class. iPhoto: M. Bagleyj 66 November 3 ii .:s,"". -A ssl "Are you sure we voted for the right guy?" Dustin Young, student president, fishing with a can of tuna in the T-Bird pond. iPhoto: K Grimj a pencil is easy? Kenny Latin doesn't think so, especially in Sargent's class. iPhoto: K. C. Grimy 's the motor? Junior Julie Schweitzer has found a new way to get QPhoto: A. Chaitj - ,ag fx - -M ' 'W-ss- ' Q, Y ' Q-vm.. X ls grading papers Mrs. Schoeben's favorite pastime? Judging by her smile, maybe not. iPhoto: P. WilliamsQ Thunderbird's reading department teaches many skills. Clark Kent, alias Mike Miner tries out his new found x-ray vision in Mr. Jeffries' class. iPhoto: J. Dugganj November 65 A-3 in 'V' V ..-nl In the child development classes, students have a play school for children between the age of 3 to 5 years. One of the children, Courtney, shops in General Store. iPhoto: M. Montonezb i iz" , ff Q L", for 3 ' M In Mrs. Gadus' class, David Price copies notes off the board. iPhoto: K. Ferraj 64 November 'Fran z-:u....,-N ,,l'4 WM . "George's Bear" shows plenty of enthusiasm as it stands watching over a pile of homework. iPhoto: L. Terrellj W. ystematic conditioning, a strenuous, iceps Busters! iPhoto: J. Landerosj Yi fx and time consuming sport. But the final results can be a devastatingly strong body as Andy Frus presents November 63 gh Q 1 Q2 5? 62 November ,Ji Q e ' Ms, if it -. her famous badminton serve for the camera is Lorraine iPhoto: R. Dietrichj -,S her exciting Monday" said Julynn Hargens as she was caught by amera before entering the Chief Spirit meeting. iPhoto: J. morning band practice can be tiring. Mike Fetter. Richard Akin, nd Don Kuhl take time out on the bleachers to catch their breath. Photo: R. Grossb , k' x 9 i Padlocks and bars seem to fit Larry Walker to a "T." iPhoto: J. Dugganj N. to 1,., :R A 1 .S Q . .... A - -Ri . P 1 Life at Thunderbird never ends... Hide-za ww W xi fs 5: Posing for a portrait are Chrissy Kelly and David, her flour bag baby. Juniors and seniors taking Child Development carried homemade babies around campus in November to find out what having a child is really like. iPhoto: A. Chaitj 60 November ,.q, .,,.v,,, 'Ii' 1 I' A. 'Ms' ' ' ' J' 2 1' is " 'A' 155'- l- -,GI '--i if if , L: 1. ' . , -' Q' -I1 ,R '-" J 5V "" f' ' ff f' ' , ' ff" 'fy if: ' A 1' - " r A 5 1 '- f ' 'ef "' 'sn- - Ea- . as ' ff f ' - '- 24 1 . ' 'I 'ml' F ' V' ' K V .. ,M W V. v .H 5 J. ' I n 9. , , I M - .,4 I' ,. . I Q, - J. , uftfg. "rf .l ' ' ' , w , ji,-1-3 . ,. -ing 1 ' . . V ,, .- , 'H' w.,.,,,,"'," ,, Lx N., ' Yr gps -.1 New 4 . - "1- - . - . . F' 'A . At Dobson Ranch, senior Kirk Kokoska golfs for the divisionals. T. Krajewskij Ll . The Marshmallow man on the Thunderbird's campus? Football playe Shea Brock receives a present from his guardian angel. iPhoto: A Chaitj Spirit! A' um' P 8 5 X p I X . Thunderbird's cheering section is dedicated to supporting the many school functions. iPhoto: L. Jacobsj -1- , was shown. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij 'Q 'eff in player Becky Epstein prepares for a return shot, during the at Moon Valley. iPhoto: L. Benickij At the Homecoming halftime, a large firework display of a chief's head November 59 i -- , mkg "Chief spirit," the whole story. iPhoto: K. Crouchb ..-I fwf- A T .. w l Aiming with accuracy is very important for golfers. Gary Porter displays this talent during the Golf Divisionals. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij 58 November Chiefs, Sports, 'YR . . '- .M -.j',:: Af 5, la-F fx -3 Cross-country runner Connie McLeod with a steady pace at one of the Fountain Hills meets. This is Connie's first year on the team. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj Strength and endurance is a major factor for Cross-Country Brad Little. iPhoto: T. Krajewskib ,M fight: , At the Shavedown party for the swim divisionals are Charlie Northroup and Jeff Cantin. Shaving cream on your neck, Jeff? iPhoto: R. Vetterj editing the yearbook hazardous to your health? Judging from the antics, Kristen Mikkelsen and Michelle Moore think editor Gregg has passed the point of no return. iPhoto: R. Grossj R.O.T.C. students Tim Pore and Mike Burch practice squad routines dai- ly. fPhoto:'G. Leachj Chemist Pat Chorpenning, or is it Pat Hyde? iPhoto: M. Plumleyj Swimming Divisionals prove to be fu n and ---' A g, successful ' Y' f sw., if . wh. get ' .Wh ... . . . . ' , V, Q. VE:,'. 5 .i.i T The boys' swim team proved they could be good sports ing to shave their legs, C.H.l.E.F.S. iPhoto: R. Vetterj 56 November lg M-. . while' " spite of hav- Mf 1 any 'E+ Some of Thunderbirds best singers take a brief moment out from their daily rehearsals to have fun. iPhoto: D. Cunninghaml The wild attacker, Mr. Witter, preys on his victim, Mrs. Crowell, fourth hour in the language arts room. CPhoto: P. Williamsb ea- 4C'f , KN, .2 I ,, f., ' W .4 A L A birthday finds Steve DeCarIo celebrating in the cafeteria. iPhoto: R. Grossj "Qn... A fav. nik 'Kai y'- ug isn't hard to come by at Thunderbird, Melissa Lynn and Mark prove it. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj K Freshmen Jennifer Parlet and Sue Haugland share their friendship. iPhoto: M. Plumleyy ' i i0Pf""' 'X I "3 'THNNA -'Liv A Qkvui-Q. Q X xtycxotbj bxvtkdug ing H ' J f "l'W" ' W H it ' Birthday cakes found their way into classrooms and offices to make special days more festive. Ms. Daly was honored with this artistic masterpiece. iPhoto: L. Nelsony 54 November Ellen Rodel in her excuse for a toga. iPhoto: M. Moorey -f'- - -- Sam McCuffin "hanging around campus'." iPhoto M. Moore! 0 G ' ,.......-ual "Photo Sniper" Todd Krajewski shoots cover photos for this year's yearbook from the top of the gym. iPhoto: R. Grossj looks confused after school. ShouIdn't that be during Ernie Hart and Shea Brock are the first to crash through the run-thru g p y D s g C J .CPhoto. P. Wnlllamsj Looman, En Iish teacher, tries des eratel not to ex Iode in BiIISkousen"kicks back"to read durin his En lish class. Photo: P. Williams V . . . November 53 "The force of his own merit makes his way." -Shakespeare 'Juv'-Ll .1 x K, I ,A --in Q f -1 am A typical lunch at Thunderbird High. No, really these students taking the C.A.T. tests which are held in the cafeteria. CPhoto: A, y Franklinp Q ffme f--'il L ' -9 .l i L. it 'fly J as 5971 Scottie Geyer and Danielle Forcelli, Homecoming king and are paraded around the track in a special float, made by seniors especially for the occasion. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij Swim Team gets rowdy at Road Runner Pool during place events for Divisional. iPhoto: G. Leachj 52 November l r I Emily Mabry, neck 'n neck with a Deer Valley runner at the Thunderbird Bfeflda Bakefi an English 5'6 feachefi asks f0" the homework assign' lnvitational. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij ment f"0m the day before- Ifxvz Q, Iii X ?'f"x.V'fb.n0 Cathy Murphy, Donna Zannoni, Kathy Simpson, and Jennifer Sachs, in Mrs. DeIucia's room, working on the Prescott dummy. iPhoto: A. Chaitl November 51 With every day, comes something new iv EN. 6' "SmiIe Scottie you're on Candid Camera." Scottie Geyer, this year's Homecoming king. lPhoto: K. C. Grimj S 5 5 ay A1 rX ' . g ' ' T55 i Mrs. Anserson checks attendance at the beginning of class. fPhoto: P. Williamsj 50 November Q I -M English teacher, Mr. Siwek points out important notes for the students -Jwmm N 'X six Mike Rubin and Tamera McDonald looking over papers in the dance office. C Photo: P. Williamsj V 'ff 'fe 5 I! 'gl ' , f pl al f I v A ,f ,f .in of ,ff 1' ,,,, asf, 40 ft '1 wa-wh, ' G A jfwfvm, . V: , 3 g. ,. I , , Q, - , 4 'ev-3 M225 fly! Q gk.nMH, --' f ,149 ,M ,z 4, 59- ii? Wy'-HL ,, eg . ..,, lv V aw 'ig ,jf .xAv s 4 o W vc f , V: fy jf. h U. 4 tg we 3 f 1. gg, 532 y , 5 K fu M t F ,LIL L' 7 ' N 5 Q If ' - A -'Q . IQ ,gm M W 1, I Q . 4 .. R. A 4 . 1 - Rnf.-i --.x Qu- ,A , vm, , Football, Thunderbird Pride. gg.: V? ig. Thunderbird's awesome defense against Prescott at the Homecoming game. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij 48 Football The Chiefs line up to face the Prescott Badgers. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij Nl K f Ars-' K if Q we . A - An intense defensive play against the Paradise Valley Trojans M. Bagleyh 95 -A L...- A-:'..::' Clarke laughs at the homework just given to her. iPhoto K. C. Rochelle McGill and Laura Fein sing a song from the Greek top 40. iPhoto K. Pennypackerj Day Chris Watkins, Connie Cermak, Carrie Lundquist, Jeff Lemieux, Monica Hill, Kober, Robert Llanos, Tina Nelson, Julie and Bobby Saiz. iPhoto: W. Weaverj Scottie Geyer takes credit for being the center of attention in this crowd. "Scottie you Ham" October 47 Three more S's of T-birdg study, stunts and swimming Burke Whipple and Cindy Kuzelka work on their homework before School in the lt's a bird. it's a plane, it's super Andy! Andy Frus practices his dives for the swim team. iPhoto: cafeteria. Campbell, 46 October ,JS . Wy. W as If ,fs ,jjir ' 1 . . Mrs. McSpadden gets "T.P.ed" by Penny Phipps and Mary Miranda. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj 'I K Cheerleaders eating ice cream? No, eating paint brushes. CPhoto: T. Krajewokij xx X Tim Anthonise ponders a critical writing assignment near the end of the 1st quarter. iPhoto: R. Grossj Troy Palmer's remote controlled Bug attracted much attention at the Football games. fPhoto: G. Leachj October 45 44 October Efforts to create happiness Washington, like Thunderbird, dropped their last year's Homecoming attendants off from a helicopter. iPhoto: G. Leachj Qu. 4. Vg, I 1 A ' N'-Q, ' L Q FJ r .ig ' - V - . 1 ff 'ff ff 4' gb 98314 xx -1. N A I ,A ,,j'g Q X A . 532 "1 4' 14' ' x ga. 135-5 Y 6, K A lr ,c V.. I ' . ' NX 4 4 'ff ,fb ... , 1 . . ,I - , 1 ' , , Q W N ll , ez 4' - . X 'rv-1"'u, I W " +- , , A .QV 'fV3w.'j,','Z5 . V W7"1'-, ' 1. , ,. , " . ., "' fmlf' ' 5, " ""- I Q!! ,. 1,--x.y,Y-f'A'ilM.3.-t. if V " ' -- we ' - 5 " .2 ' 1 A . " I, N' -tr..- Tammy McDonald, Shannon Coatney, Diana Cunningham, Cheryl Burkhard, and Jennifer Emhoff, Toga! Toga! Toga! iPhoto: M. Moore Alberto Ottolenghi, our Italian Foreign-exchange student, reads the an nouncements in his interesting dialect. Q i "Which way to muscle beach?" - Tim Demme iPhoto: G. Gerberj 1,3-. 'ri ' , ?3f,fw'v: " f 4 4,,,.V, , , V. Ax: .zffgfifjzi Ia. '4x.'5'F'hs-V ,+. , ga -7 V y , 5 Y' ,Vw Q I M5 WW Eh,-'Q ' ' ,.-ww.. , ,K "H ,Q 'fs W A ,. W , ff , to 'fb' 'Q' r " n , , , i f"i"W' 1 w A ai .pw f 1' f-Avflfwi ty i t V 5 A e r 5 A Avy If K., , nl fn? -. 23. s M' , . 'ii A if it in ,,,,,.,f,ft , , ' is f my - 1. i f f o -' Q, A Milf. .-' 6 1. I v K M W' fx -.v - i . ,W Y ' f+ It x , ' x y w, nf.. . an iw f, y in y .af A ww A A W ' CL Q y .4 b . - g- -. , ,.Hat.5aaz3'qMd, , sg., N' W. 'Vw'-Ah' mtun. ' 'N'5"""c5V,'5 Q, ' 'M .f'g'T'sq?8 'wv' ' ' gr nv . W , . F-'nigga 'b I 6' " M' ' GX., "Y if " .- ' " . f.,.. ' 1 W, 7, ,Q , . . 5 ru V L M, I A ,, u W fi A i it ,.,,: H Q 15' ' ' L M 'X C4-1, ' . AA vi ' ' .ug . V N 4, V A I., t 4 . 'ivf-f ' 'x 4.z,A,Iw K wr' in 1- , Q '- . -' .xg i. :bf'fi'fE:E'Q A ' r J- Q ' F s 1 , -. 9 ,4Ne., 'tgp 52 A Randy Warner casually converses with friends at lunch. His unique style of toga was prevalent. iPhoto: L. Leej f ...aff- ls this the Roman Senate? No, it's just Dr. Sargent's AP English class. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj October 43 42 October Life has its many advantages. N 0 I' ,. . s , V 4 A 4, . I Q ., A ' - f r A 'A 2- fe", N 2 e , ,X f . ' 4 Q 3 1 ' .f.,V"'g - V ' v. V 1 1- a t 'R 5 ' V ,J I 5 , ,M ,M g .Q Nfl, if ' .1 , . fgiagf 4 fi A12 ' K1 sv, m.4fpf, ,q , - " ' -, w g X .. 1 . n , ,,., .. Kwik Danny Britton "eats the floor" after having spun 15 times around the bat during the Homecoming assembly homeroom relay race. iPhoto: R. Grossb . is i 4 I 5 IT. , ., vt , , ..,',. V- 1 ,-., , "' -' 1 e ,M V . If 'f . ,g f., gf , .QQ Q '. hit ' W.,-azglj A. ' ' .Q f islet! i4 in I., , , .., . , l Q , . .. ., , g its TE. Melissa Lynn dressed as an Indian on Halloween. iPhoto: K. C. Grimh pt' I U , ,Mi ' f ' Y' '. Y v w , ' 4 . '.'fQf.'fffI3, y,'ffffPfs."4-, ' V r,-, . ,- L., ff.-.V . . , ,, ',f,,'.'.ff'ff:-1-:':.f:f: ,, A , . . , , , i ,QW 4 , t ,fa i. "Who ordered the pizza?" Bucky Maynard ends up with a catered pie at the Homecoming assembly. ,sw -v QE: Z- MTZW' - .5 .wt " " ' ' l X kN' sl nw' Q- -H I 'V 1 'il 3 N.-an - ag. ya Danielle Forcelli jitterbugs right into Jeff Lemieux's arms. iPhoto A. Chaitj i3L!:1ics,:gg -R r- -3- 4-.14.tf.::':t.L l 1 'N ' Bobby Siaz is being tailed by a miniature V.W. iPhoto: A. Chaitb Senior Kevin Maxfield gives his all for his homeroom, during the dizzy relay race at Homecoming Assembly. iPhoto: R. Grossj . iff, 4 . ,. . f ,:' 4 p , -I . , 4, W i Q, 'mdk T .l 1 Ji Surfing in gym, why not? T-birds football team can do anything! C Photo: R. Grossj October 41 S 2: i t Y 1-W" . V ' , , , .- V X -' Tig: F Q Hx.. 5.:sw'-i:S dl- A k A xt f sgz . 1' Y t f if Jay Meshay decked out in his favorite nerd outfit. "Milk and cookie fime?"CPh0f01G-Gefbefb "A match made in heaven." Renee Sandler and Tim Demme modeling their outfits for 50's and nerd day. iPhoto: L. Jacobs? 40 October The P.S.A.T. tests caused some headaches, but scores were worth the pain. iPhoto: L. Nelsonj Y M, 1, ,nl.,, - .init . 'vig f , 221: 'ff t 470 Zfww 'L "ny z itz, ie it 1 +L , I i 1 .. inf 1 ,f ' , , , Q f f . i ' f fQ"" - C S -at ,N , .E 2 ' , .mf . ,, ' Mrs. Brackney, German and Latin teacher. Mr. Sue. Social Studies teacher. If '07 if sungiass wearing in class is now forbidden,Tim Anthonise and Kevin Moor S e keep theirs on in the Ulla ' 1 ...-ai October 39 38 October When all else fails, smile! A Y Mike Rubin gives his sophisticated look as he ponders his thoughts. iPhoto: A. Chaitb a xis ' 1 ' ' ,... 3 , , I if 2. 6 3 is . ..,..--- ...- S ss.s S ,sl M l is Q X B Donna Zannoni and Shari Kitchen giggling at the suggestions of cafeteria foods during 2nd lunch. iPhoto: G. Gerberb The crowd waits for the chiefs to romp the runthrough. They went on to beat the Rams 17-14. iPhoto: G. Leachb Mrs. Smith okays a pass for George Bernier. Survival for Singles a popular elective along with Child Development. iPhoto: R. Grossj Mrs. Tahch, readlng teacher, grades papers during her lunch hour. fPhOt4 K. Pennypackerj Greg Reade masters the art of bubble blowing. CPhoto: K. C. Grimy Becky Crop dressed in her best for 50's Day. iPhoto: T. Krajewskiy Rodney Blum and Paul Schlink enjoy healthy, good old-fashioned food from our cafeteria. iPhoto: B. Maynardj October 37 Promise is most given when the least is I K ,V ,fq-, I a c is-w,.:1.bl A Senior Danielle Forcelli prepares to enter the water after successfully completing a dive. CPhoto: J. Campbellj Above right, Renee Middleton and Cathy Murphy, nerds, and proud of it. iPhoto: G. Gerberj 36 October said xx- 47. 'sf 5, is f e v ,..-.-.o-v""""' I Connie Cermack thinks 50's day is "swell," ,O ex, A hard day at school can be exhausting. Rob Vetter and Tim Thomas Catch up on then' S'eeP-fPhOfO1J-SChWe'f2efP Tom Braeger returns to the game. iPhoto: T. Albrightj wt... ..,.. . ....w,.......-.N-Mm' .. 5 Caught in the act! John Shipp takes a sneak peek at his hands during typing. iPhoto: G. Gerberj 1 1 October 35 34 October Lunchtime, Siesta, Fiesta! Tracy Frazzini flashes a smile between bites at lunch. iPhoto: J. Schweitzerj se,:c. Dave Rice gives a devilish look. QPhoto: G. Gerber! ri V v Q . ,.. ,X 4106 ,,--qv Amy Staik, Connie Graham and Karen Knutson, seniors, dissect owl pellets in advanced Biology. iPhoto: A. Chaity . stfsimvt-3 Mrs. Miller, teacher of typing and stenoscript. iPhoto: K. Siejkenb Vicki Keeler and Tracia Olson, best friends forever. iPhoto: G. Gerberj October 33 32 October Greg Gerber in his "Peter Pan" to a talks to Mr. Gross earbook s on- S V Y P sor. iPhoto: B. Maynardj s Q.- 4 I 5. Brenda Mack making campus alittle brighter. iPhoto: A. Chaitj Jane Walker and Katie Hirak, best friends. Possibly Katie is thinking over twice. iPhoto: M. Moorej An organized locker means an organized mind. "Books, yes but jeans"? iPhoto: K. C. Grimj ' ,.r,':..wu-n F ' i ix A. . xy: rx" - s 3 ff . , f -uv-' Shari Kitchen and Donna Zannoni lie out in the sun and "go Hawaiian." iPhoto: G. Leachb 1 if '5 Schlink, Rodney Blum, Kris Davis, Robet Llanos, and Mark Geske get a little crazy on orange and blueftoga day. iPhoto: B. Maynardj 1!'f' W ., x Q RY M 5' 4 p xx.-X pun: "Y, Y like ' , 5.4. October 31 30 October Silent mouths that say so much lt These girls belong in the 5O's! iPhoto: M. Plumleyj Q I 1 P l M,-,fy-if 9? 'fr wt A lik -. ox, sr . ,, 'V 4 1 i . 'W mum - I 'J' Q - 4 . 'rw 'NH r 2 . n x' ' 'QQM AQ ,M ."L ., lv". A Q Jima. ' 5 "' 1 lzkgl? ,J A 'EXW ,Q L 1 . Q' f- 'R 2' i EH i tyi- 1 " -- fo N... J' xxx Q +.a""' .t -' ' " V it ' V 5 .A.al.'f--Lk-1 . , ..!"' 1.0 ,. - QS - Y ..- 2 . .-. -. Brian Bennet, Randy Warner, Darryl Warner, and Howard Chait having fun on Safari day. iPhoto: G. Leachj Mr. Forsman and Chris Sutton having a teacher-student talk, ly interrupted. iPhoto: R. Grossj Q 1 . s, . hi "Q were rud TK Mark Greenwaer shows extreme excitement in the media center and is almost thrown out. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj ' ' 1933539 """' ' ' I t' In wi. r I I evil: ' V gg X '2 .n"'f' ,M If Ja Underclassmen display their talents in many ways. Karrie Kovalcheck is a perfect example. iPhoto: L. Terrellj Pat Williams whips up a small snack for himself. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj "Which way to the beach?" Everyone gets in the spirit on safari day. CPhoto: J. Schweitzerj October 29 5 2 if A I'c'S all in the books gi? 'wwf Rita W P' A' ' 6-5 s X 4 Q 1, yd 1 .fn - xiii 1 1- Sqft si, Q !,! 1. .F , Q itivrigbaifw? V! . . f 48115 ikyj, J, . x I X fl , 4? ff 25 rf 'YW 1 A 28 October f x-if Mr. Gonzales, U.S. History teacher. iPhoto: M. Moorej Jeff Lemieux, senior, tries to persuade government students to vote for him for president in a national convention simulation. iPhoto: A. Chaitj ,,.,- -Y' 4.1 Mr. Forsman in the early stages of mummification. f t 1 ' 1 5 1 l l i i i Q i Z 1 2 1 Gail Thunsted contributing her time in the preparation of football ban- ners. QPhoto: T. Krajewskij 'xx -45" fx ' Zannoni, sewing the feet together for their Prescott dummy. Forcelli, Kathy Simpson, Cathy Murphy, Stephanie Valentine, gm! Li 7'r'5keisQ1 Matt Carlson and Anne Winter painting the shirt for their dummy for the bonfire. The great bonfire held the day before Homecoming where the Prescott dummy was torched. iPhoto: L. Jacobsj Q f- Homecoming activities brighten the day 'R li 'YT X M-F .AQ Alum l Mrs. Adams stresses her point in English class. Let's go on a Surfin' Safari! iPhoto: J. Schweitzerj 26 October Hey Larry, what are you looking for? CPhoto: Jgchweifzery 15355 4- NX lxyjx 'xkiubg ' sj.,"'j' ' 1. mi ig 'Z' v E ' 'Z-f hard week of work. Two girls have fun after school playing volleyball. iPhoto: M. Montanezj The tense moment before the gun . . . iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj October 25 Thunderbird High -- let the good times roll! 24 October 'll-. Kevin Long struts his stuff on his skateboard. iPhoto: A. Chaitl The yearbook staff take time to celebrate Lunch is a good time for close friends like Beth Wintermantel, Diana Cunningham, Nina Castaldi, and Julie Sedlmeir to get together. iPhoto: M. Moorej .w f . we V, f V Y Qi'1lx...... 4, ... x Wi,-visa . V... , , 'W Can you guess which one is the real nerd? iPhoto: G. Gerberb ricia Olson decides to stop torturing everyone and put her shoes back n. QPhoto: G. Gerberj 'vii 1 A ' V W ju 1 we ' 1 f .-. -M 42 ,, 1' X... Q Scott Steele performs his specialty, the butterflyg at a swim meet. iPhoto: J. Campbellj October 23 ww num! Q ww Q titers.-..-1:1 tetanus giggle ofgkglti o WUNN annum: 5 1 2 f s Mary Avenson claims her place at the top of the hill at lunch. iPhoto: G. Gerberj 714 H Q3 1 Shawn Storrus after school, gives a sigh of relief. iPhoto: J. Schweitzerj 22 October Friendly faces! in-rm, it ,sl- "Hey Dr. Sargent, take the gum off your shoe before you throw it away!" iPhoto: L. Terrelll "Don't laugh, I made it into the yearbook didn't I?" - Janine Demme CPhoto: M. Plumleyj 14 f fix -, ', . . 'Q O I ,, 'N W-1 .f- ' 1 .,......... Minko tries really hard to look like Cyndi Lauper, but Jennifer thinks he might have to try just a little harder. iPhoto: G. jk. big?-I' . 'I 5 Q r -I' Y ,ff John Jacovo intercepts the ball from the Sunnyslope quarterback. qphom: T. Albrightj .3-,uv . at ,ff K. MM M -"H :ir ' 'WZ-...4.,, QV ,, WM? f"v'.. , A 4 L 'vf s "1 7' ' ,. I' K f,g,3,si"by . .jr ' L ? 'ri 4,4,fgfi5?lf-ir?'ffs,'-'.,i7" 4 ,v 1 X ,,. 3-fff. S' ' 1. ' f '19 A , P , , , jingf. z lb., I'-.g-r., ax, , ,, - V' 'N-fi 12' ' .vfyfw i rt., . Q .'F,5q,M5g V, . A - , .ln r . . ' kk . ,. . P ' " ' . if J r r W ,-v-4 . . -' s. of 'gaudy T "1 L 4 Q . I . we 4 . 'D 'Z 5- 1 rs.. ...Lux Xmjegf 435+ ' 'gm ,c,y.1"'-' A . , ,. fi. n. rf. . - At' " Sophomore Gary Hukil pushes for a big finish against Agua Fria. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj October 21 Thunderbird breeds heroes. I , Troy Carter and Eillen Bloom have a hard time deciding which didate they want to choose for president at the HERO State convention iPhoto: G. Gerberj 4' il! ,vit puddles and pools that appeared during the school year s first big rain. Thunderbird waterfalls stream off the canopies as students jump the ' it-f' iPhoto: R. Grossj V MS- Regnief. Speech and English TGSCNGF. Smiles for The camera. Chemistry can be fun! Just ask Mrs. Coit, chemistry teacher. iPhoto: I CPhoto: P. Williams, WilIiamSJ 20 Qctober lair! Ernie Hart and Armando Aros pause for a moment during lunch. iPhoto: G. Gerberj awavll"" Gary Hukil "jams" in the 200 freestyle. iPhoto: G. Leachj Connie McLeod and Bobby Wojciechowski, freshmen attendants, are driven around the field. CPhoto: T. Krajewskij Mr. Maison takes time off from a lab to show us his profile. iPhoto: L. Leeb October 19 Three "Sus of Thunderbird, socials, 18 October Brian Conlin cools off after a hard night of dancing. iPhoto: L. Nelson science and sports ,V ah., " I' YVQWQ-2 Mr. Prochnau and his idea of an elephant. Maybe he should consider switching from biology to art! CPhoto: A. Chaitj WX ,, . .xlgdf Monica Hill, Danielle Forcelli, and Alyssa Chait unexpectedly wore similar shirts on the same day. iPhoto: J. Lemieuxj 0'-4... 4 Bucky Maynard, Robby Britton, Kevin Long, Ron Arroyo, Rodney Blum, and Scott Geyer demonstrate a football play, this year's winning of- fense. fPhoto: R. Grossj SS Mr. Johnson widely known as Col. Lipid, eating as usual. iPhoto: M. Bagleyb Hey Joe! You got a haircut! Hairstyles have changed over theucenturies, but nothing like this. iPhoto: A. Chaitb Kelly Pennypacker obtains microfilm for a student. iPhoto: R. McGiID Thunderbirds J.V. player John Jocovo tackles Sunnyslope runner, September 27. CPhoto: T. Albrightj October 17 16 October Pictures seem to capture true personalities ii.. Q. hier A -s 5 1 -4' s ,- 1 . v -, .xs"f.2A4K2. Jenny Campbell tiptoes across a large puddle of water on the first rainy day of the school year. iPhoto: T. Albrightj 1 fifi M X k Q ... yr W. tm 4 ii'x' E .txt i i 1 I 5 I -i N " 3 Alicia Jackson and Cindy Beeson, building a salad at the cafeteria second lunch. iPhoto: R. Grossj L-f,.f -W W... The varsity football players are eager to begin the season as seen at the first Pep assembly. iPhoto: G. Leachj . 5' """'w-,W Do you know this man? Chris Sobel tries desperately to look like some kind of lizard creature. iPhoto: M. Moorej October 15 14 October Thunderbird students shine beyond th classroom Q! D' ,foam ...e ,W , af it.-M Ar Tom Braeger at a Thunderbird J.V. game against Sunnyslope. iPhoto: T. Albrightj l Tammy Rower improves the appearance of Mr. Forsman's car school on the lst day of Homecoming. iPhoto: R. Grossj y Hudson Johnston poses with his new friend, a foil balloon from a dian angel. CPhoto: M. Moorel 'KWH Samantha Helwig and Ellen Roedel in proper nerd attire. iPhoto: M. Moorej rv .-ww 'erm Cheerleaders Mary Avenson and Gayle Thunstedt paint a run-thru for the football game. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij il. . . , L October 13 12 October Participation and accomplishment build Thunderbird's pride , c c Ms 'V I . X :ll-W X-av' 4"'rh,+ Shari Kitchen paints a football banner for the Moon Valley game. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij . ,..,Zt, .:,t. .. ,mat . Nt ..fw..X X lm -K Si S An editor's work is never done. iPhoto: J. Schweitzerj Nbanw., School seems to be wracking Michelle Moore's brain. iPhoto: Maynardj I 1 Julie Eagleston contracts Troy Hill for a ride in his V.W. CPhoto: A Chaitb S, Say Cheese! Lunch on campus can be fun, as demonstrated by this group of friends. iPhoto: L. DeYoungJ ,f 5x October 11 Today we follow, tomorrow we lead. 10 October Dance club members perform at a club party. iPhoto: L. Jacaobsb Mike, the custodian, fixes the drainage gutter. - 2 N Q vQKW W -- .i 8 .., . . , it bk 's sw .0 '- .o ...- -.. X -Q . . g53'A fr E f lift Q? iv lf fii P 45, .J X , .V- 4. . , Q .r'..,.aa-w- ' ...."'f, x -,gary . ..-v-I " ' ... hm. ' WC! v . . .. , , ,f -f 5 - l -,wi 'img 5 5 . ,L .. , at A Y if - ' MT sir , . Thunderbird's Varsity volleyball plays a tough match against Xavier. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj Mr. Sue discusses fund raising plans at a ski club meeting. iPhoto: M. Montanezj l A Felicia Pensiero and Al Tieman rehearse for the fall play, The Imaginary lnvalid. Leslie Terrell a part of Mr. Aylward's odd scientific experiment. The Mad Scientist strikes again. iPhoto: M. Bagleyb Don Sullivan in his Ford truck. on his way home. iPhoto: L. DeYoungj ij ,,., S :xiii . fe' Q iiil il. e..,,. .,.. . c., . ,. October 9 Teachers and students, we're all a ww V ,W j"',el .gave ' 'W' t!!!J......' During a match at the Moon Valley Country Club against Horizon and Apollo, Greg Garbero exhibits excellent form. CPhoto: G. Leachj little crazy at times , f i 5 S s Spiderman and his faithful companion, but where are the tights? iPhoto: A. Chaitj een, ' Mr. Perkins goes over questions in history class. iPhoto: L. Terrellj "Every day, in every way I'm getting DGTJEGV and better? Emile Cove 1926 Mx -fo lift 4 'ff .M LQ.. A 'h :Am 4' 6 when you talk to him partner! Mark Trambino dresses up for an fashioned portrait in photography 1-2. iPhoto: R. Grossj L w J rw 14, ,X Girl swimmers and timers show their spirit at a meet. Thunderbird's Aciuawomen. iPhoto: G. Leach ...ssl Tracy Israel "giving her alI" at 6:45 a.m. for band practice. CPhoto: L. Leej October 7 6 October l L And wouldyou believe he has webbed feet? iPhoto: G. Gerberj 4 .l-.N "FF"-41 3'!."1.'k'w . is K 5 wk 'x' QOOC1 Xxx S Todd Shulda gets ready to "chow down" on a cake he received from his guardian angel. iPhoto: G. Gerberj ff' Lgjgieq5h E .gif '!"f2i.wv"'f..:" 55-12. eg - ' 1 few ' R ni r :ni -' ,X x Art teacher, Mr. Urdahl, works hard to make an outstanding art depart- ment here at Thunderbird. fPhoto: K. Siefkenj ,K J R Scott Steele, considered by some to be a champion swimmer, shows off his talent at practice. C Photo: J. Campbellj ,,,,-ga!!! 3--, 5 r . .. . Students often get together after school to talk about the day's events. iPhoto: G. Leachj fall! wks 'I' ol I 5 M3329 K 3 V! Af t, ,'.,..,.. , 5 ', if :knif e 5 Y , ,"'. , x A' x 2 " 1 , - A. 'w tjjdtffl 4 if 2 , ' ,555 '.,Qf5f,t'f?,g,i fa-AQ J F iff 1' 5 1 , f 552- 2 ' if 'iff M ' For the first time in Thunderbird's history, there was a homecoming bonfire. Here is the winning dummy created by Mrs. Brackney's class. iPhoto: G. Gerberj a part of Thunderbird life. uw .f,. pry i Mr. Gross gets a surprise instead of peanut brittle. iPhoto: L. Terrellj TN- ' jr f-' L -. ' A N Mrs. Scott shows spirit for her winning team, The Detroit Tigers, who defeated the San Diego Padres in the 1984 World Series. iPhoto: G. Gerberj October 5 4 October L. xx. Joe Curlin gets sacked in a J.V. game against The Sunnyslope Vikings. iPhoto: T. Albrightl Recreation and relaxation gif 2 , , K g . to , t ai Wt 5-N' ' J. 5 , V- .lf ,,i, - . w. :Ja liiilwy V. ' 'fl . -if 'PL If K, K if f- 5-. .5-wg, -+5.12 i"- Y 5 1 ,A . . - ' X 13,113-L xl we ., I4 Q3l- - Greg Howard "catches rays" during a quiet moment on campus. iPhoto: R. Grossj Kicking Back. Junior, Nathalie Vance relaxes at the end of class. iPhoto: Siefkenj Y yv IW' 4 3 ami' 3. r 3, XY . f 1 Nb-Rx Students frustrated from the long wait for a schedule change during the first Week of Whoo" cphoto: L' Nason, Jeff Emerson, starry-eyed from the gift he received from his guardian angel. iPhoto: G. Gerberj NN. A Mrs. Cook tries to make the best of a bad situation. Business as usual with everything under plastic. CPhoto: R. Grossj October 3 2 October Summer's over! Back to the books. fx-X Q if 2-VM Freshman Mark Trambino finds a new way to approach the locker pro- blem. fPhoto: G. Gerberj Talking to friends between classes helps relieve the tension and refresh minds before the next class iPhoto: B. Maynardb to za 1935 '74mw.dM Weadisame :u,uw12WM4fm4.,4.,.e'4mam, Q.wnda44dwe,aaaaea:4a,7u44uqnwa4,fma4 kIM006000ldll460tl4l6it40K6dff.H0flf46w4xH70 9 ouettledeauwd4oft6e4tadast4,wepaau4wodeA m4ua:qamr4aKo46:44nwaA'4au.74uc44a- :aadyzmdn64ao.u,wm,'aa4a4wa4Sm4a4 Aga. 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